by Dan Ferguson

THE MAN in the white van pulled up while Merle Goertz was repairing
the small memorial near the place where police found Teri-Lyn Williams.
Someone had removed Teri-Lyn’s photo from the small cross Goertz
made and taken some of the potted dafodils he lef on on the north side
of 104A Avenue of Whalley Boulevard.
Te van driver said he was the passer-by who called police about some-
one lying in the bushes early in the morning of June 9.
“Was there blood?” Goertz asked, hesitantly.
“I couldn’t see any,” the man in the van said.
“But I didn’t go in [for a close look]. She was lying on her back. It
looked like she was sleeping.”
Goertz thanked him and explained that he used to know Teri-Lyn.
It had been 12 years since he’d seen or heard from her.
He was shocked by her haggard appearance in a police-issued photo
released shortly afer her murder.
“Tat’s not how I remember her,” Goertz said.
“She was the most beautiful, sweet, charming girl.”
Tey met more than 20 years ago in Edmonton.
She was 19, working as an exotic dancer at a club where Goertz was
friends with two other dancers.
He was outside having a cigarette when she walked by, smiled a bril-
liant smile and said “hi.”
Tey were friends for about a year-and-a-half before the relationship
became romantic.
She told him about being a street prostitute and drug abuser before he
met her.
Friends of Surrey murder victim share memories of a ‘charming’ girl
Teri-Lyn remembered
by Kevin Diakiw
SHE DIED because a caregiver at
CareLife Fleetwood neglected to
plug in her respirator.
And because of a law imported
from Britain more than 150 years
ago, her family has no legal remedy.
Abbottsford’s Judith Jarabek-
Gray, 61, was admitted to Surrey’s
CareLife on Jan. 5 of this year, when
her Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
(ALS) required her to be placed on a
ventilator.
Two weeks later, a nurse acciden-
tally lef Jarabek-Gray’s ventilator on
a battery pack rather than plugging
it into a wall, where it would have
had continuous power. Instead, the
six-hour battery ran out and Jabarak-
Gray died.
On May 4,
Fraser Health
Authority’s
Program Director
for Residential
and Assisted Liv-
ing Marg Fraser
wrote to the fam-
ily apologizing for
the error.
“While the care
staf inserted the
correct number
of cords into the wall outlet, in fact,
the cord that ensured continuous
power was not plugged in,” Fraser
wrote in the letter. “We are currently
developing mandatory education
sessions for all staf led by the Bio-
Medical Team.”
Daughter Melissa Jarabek was
stunned to learn that CareLife can’t
be held accountable civilly for caus-
No legal
remedy
for death
Woman dies after
ventilator fails
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Carol Berner
by Dan Ferguson
THE TRIAL of Carol Berner will continue,
a Surrey Provincial Court judge ruled
Wednesday.
Tere was a ripple of applause through
the courtroom when Judge Peder Gul-
bransen dismissed a defence application
for a stay of proceedings in the case of the
woman charged in the May 2008 death of
four-year-old Alexa Middelaer in Delta.
Berner’s lawyer argued his clients right
to a fair trial was violated because her car
was destroyed, making it impossible for the
defence to carry out their own inspection.
Te defence said that made it impossible
to establish whether the car, an Oldsmobile,
had defective steering and brakes, which
was a possibility because a manufacturer’s
recall notice had been issued that warned of
a possible failure of steering and brakes.
Te other issue was the absence of a
police of cer currently on medical leave
who had carried out measurements at the
crash scene.
Gulbransen said the car was destroyed
because Berner agreed to let ICBC dispose
of it afer the police returned it to her.
He noted that a Delta Police of cer sent
Berner a letter with a “broad hint” that she
might want to have the car inspected, some-
thing they were not legally required to do.
Under the law, police must return evi-
dence to the owner afer three months.
As for the absent of cer, Gulbransen said
the prosecutor in the case has no control
over the man’s state of health, did not plan
to call him as a witness and had admitted
to a “fundamental error” in the of cer’s
measurements.
Following the ruling, defence lawyer
David Tarnow said he had no witnesses to
call, meaning Berner will not be taking the
stand in her own defence.
Te judge began hearing closing argu-
ments Wednesday.
Son facing murder charges
AS THE trial of Carol Berner in the 2008
death of a four-year-old girl in Delta was
drawing to a close, preparations were
Berner trial will continue, judge rules
Surrey North Delta Leader Friday June 25 2010 3
ing her mother’s death.
“Don’t you think that if Fraser
Health knew people could sue them,
they would spend the money ensur-
ing that they had proper procedures
and equipment in their facilities?”
Jarabek said Wednesday.
She points specifcally to the bat-
teries on the portable respirators,
which have now been replaced with
new ones that have louder alarms.
Jarabek said she’s getting several
emails from other people with
similar stories throughout the health
region.
“Te negligence is astounding,”
she said.
She wonders if the province
and health authority could be held
accountable in civil court if it’s found
more lives could have been saved.
“Everything was preventable that
happened,” she said.
Te health authority will not be
subject to punitive damages in court
because of a law that has remained
unchanged since it was pulled from
Britain in 1846.
It essen-
tially states
that there
is no civil
remedy for
negligent
death if the
deceased
had no
dependents.
Tat includes
children, those without income,
or people who are infrm, such as
Jarabek-Grey.
All other provinces in Canada
have ammended the law except for
British Columbia. It is currently
being reviewed by B.C.’s attorney
general.
Don Renaud, an injury case law-
yer, said that the situation as it stands
is not acceptable.
“She has a right to sue, but a right
without a remedy isn’t a right at
all,” Renaud said. “Tere’s virtually
nothing that’s permissible under
the combination of the Family
Compensation Act and the Estate
Administration Act.”
He has facilitated a grassroots
group of about 150 families looking
to change the law.
B.C. law:
Changes
sought
From page 1
“The
negligence is
astounding”
Melissa
Jarabek
The provincial government is no longer considering offering variable toll rates on the new Port Mann in a bid to reduce congestion.
No of-peak discount for
cars on tolled Port Mann
by Jef Nagel
THE NEW Port Mann Bridge won’t ofer reduced tolls to regular motorists to
encourage them to cross at of-peak hours.
Te provincial government had originally promised to consider variable
rate tolls on the bridge, potentially allowing diferent rates at diferent times of
day to help combat congestion.
It’s a strategy TransLink is now considering to boost
lacklustre traf c on the tolled Golden Ears Bridge.
But government of cials now say variable tolls on the
Port Mann will be limited.
Heavy trucks crossing the bridge overnight will get a 50
per cent discount on the basis they have more fexibility to
travel at of hours.
And registered HOV lane users will get a 25-per-cent
discount when they cross the bridge in the HOV lane dur-
ing peak periods, as long as they carry the minimum two
occupants. (Anyone can register as an HOV lane user, even if they rarely carry
passengers. HOV cheaters will be denied the discount for a year).
Transportation ministry spokesperson Baljinder Jacques said an overnight
discount for motorists other than trucks would do little to reduce congestion
at peak times and the lost revenue would mean keeping the tolls in place lon-
ger than the planned 40 years.
“Research showed us that the best way to reduce congestion at peak times
was to encourage carpooling because commuters have little choice on when
they travel,” Jacques said.
SFU transportation expert Warren Gill says the decision against broader
variable tolls may be a missed opportunity.
And he scofed at continued government claims the tolls will eventually be
removed from the Port Mann once the bridge is paid of in 2053.
“What we’ll have in the long run is tolls everywhere,” Gill
predicts.
He argues tolls should never come of the Port Mann –
even afer the new bridge is paid of – but should instead be
used to fnance transit or other transportation upgrades.
“It’s not just about paying of the bridge,” Gill said. “It’s
about making the best use of the investment.”
Te Sea-to-Sky Highway should also have been tolled, he
said, and added the current trend of tolling some but not
all crossings of the Fraser River will create inef cient traf c
patterns as drivers divert far out of their way to avoid paying.
Gill also said the plan to tear down the existing Port Mann Bridge is a
“dumb strategy.”
Te tolls will be collected by the Transportation Investment Corp., the
government’s Crown corporation that is also overseeing the construction with
private builders. Te bridge is to open in late 2012.
Only truckers, HOV lane users will be offered reduced rates
“What we’ll have in
the long run is tolls
everywhere.”
Warren Gill
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A pimp inficted the scar that
ran along the right side of her
jaw.
She was an adopted child who
knew nothing about her birth
parents except that one of them
was likely dark-skinned.
Her birth mother was prob-
ably drinking through the
pregnancy because Teri-Lyn had
all the symptoms of fetal alcohol
syndrome, Goertz said.
But she seemed to have over-
come her troubled past.
She was a superbly ft amateur
bodybuilder and a hard worker
who ran her own one-woman
cleaning company.
Still, there were ups and
downs.
Without warning, Teri-Lyn’s
moods could suddenly shif
from warm and loving into a
wild anger at everything, even
the man she loved.
Te relationship with Goertz
ended badly, with harsh words
and hurt feelings, but Goertz
never moved out of building
they shared in Vancouver’s West
End. Part of him, he said, always
hoped that she would come
back.
Goertz now knows that Teri-
Lyn returned to Alberta, where
she built a life with another sup-
portive friend, Calgary resident
Dan Swainston.
In a telephone interview with
Te Leader, Swainston said he
never crossed the line from a
friendship to a romantic rela-
tionship with Teri-Lyn.
He remembers her as a warm,
hardworking woman who could
be moody, but otherwise was
doing fne.
But when she turned 40,
Teri-Lyn started to fall apart,
Swainston said.
She walked away from her
business, drifing into debt and
back into drug use and street
prostitution.
A grieving Swainston said he
did everything he could to help,
but it wasn’t enough.
“I could always pull a rabbit
out of the hat for her [with loans
of money and other assistance],
but not this time.”
Te last time he heard from
her was June 2, when she
phoned asking for money to
help with her rent.
Swainston didn’t have the
money to give, and she got
angry.
Sawnston said he was “devas-
tated” to learn about her murder
and he wants people to know
that his friend was more than a
mere street prostitute.
“She wasn’t a nobody.”
Her adoptive father, Edmon-
ton resident Mel Williams, sus-
pected his daughter’s emotional
problems were the result of drug
or alcohol abuse by her birth
mother, who a social worker
told him was a hooker on
Edmonton’s infamous stroll.
Williams feared for Teri-Lyn’s
life afer learning she had gone
back to the street.
“Unfortunately, I’d been kind
of expecting something like this
...but nothing prepares you.”
He prefers to remember the
ofen-happy child who did
cartwheels down the halls of
her home and would ask her
father to sing “Delta Dawn” all
the time.
“It was her song” he said.
Te other day, he heard it
playing.
It was the part about “she’s
41 and her daddy still calls her
baby,” and it hurt to hear it.
Anyone with information
about Teri-Lyn’s movements
before her death is asked to call
the IHIT TIP Line at 1-877-
551-IHIT or Crime Stoppers at
1-800-222-TIPS.
Surrey North Delta Leader Friday June 25 2010 5
Police: Appealing to public for information
Stabbing: Young father died
From page 3
From page 1
underway for the trial of her son on
an unrelated charge of second-degree
murder.
Joshua David Berner, 26, was to
appear in a Vancouver courtroom on
Friday for a pre-trial conference to
set the schedule for his B.C. Supreme
Court trial in the February 2009 stab-
bing death of 23-year-old Ben Warland
of Richmond.
Warland was stabbed to death fol-
lowing a confrontation aboard a transit
bus. Berner was allegedly one of two
men aboard a Coast Mountain transit
bus who got into an altercation with
Warland before the stabbing.
A short time later, after Warland
got off the bus, another altercation
transpired, and Warland, a 23-year-old
father of a young boy, was found lying
in the front yard of a house.
Warland was rushed to hospital,
where he was pronounced dead.
Richmond RCMP arrested two men
at the scene of the early morning stab-
bing, both in their mid-20s.
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OPINION Friday June 25 2010 6
S
urrey Mayor Dianne
Watts is among 25
mayors from around
the world in the run-
ning for the 2010 World
Mayor Prize.
“Te World Mayor
Project aims to raise the
profle of mayors worldwide
and honour those who have
served their communities
well and who have made
contributions to the well-
being of cities nationally
and internationally,” contest
organizers state. It is run
by an organization called
City Mayors, which was
established in 2003 and has
given out this award on
three previous
occasions.
Te most
recent winner
was Mayor
Helen Zille of
Cape Town,
South Africa,
who won the
award in 2008.
Watts was
among 840
mayors nomi-
nated in the
initial round. Tis number
has now been reduced to
25 fnalists. People can vote
at www.worldmayor.com.
She is one of two Canadian
mayors in the fnal round,
the other being Calgary
Mayor Dave Bronconnier.
Watts was selected as a
fnalist by City Mayors at
least in part because of her
aggressive promotion of
economic development.
Watts, who has now been
mayor for almost fve years,
has brought a diferent
approach to the of ce. She
has embraced a number
of economic development
initiatives, notably the
promotion of Surrey City
Centre.
She and her council did
an incredible job in promot-
ing Surrey at the 2010 Win-
ter Olympics, and the civic
site at Holland Park (which
was an of cial Olympic site)
was a huge success – not just
with Surrey residents, but
with visitors.
Watts has certainly raised
the profle of the city since
becoming mayor. In part,
this is because her approach
has been more collabora-
tive than most past Surrey
mayors.
A number of her admir-
ers outside Surrey, and the
general public in a poll, have
suggested she would be a
good candidate for premier
of B.C. when Gordon
Campbell leaves.
Watts has not completely
ruled out the idea of pro-
vincial of ce, but it appears
her main interest continues
to be promoting Surrey and
making it a better place to
live and work. While she is
a provincial Liberal, she has
not always agreed with the
provincial government and
has stayed at arm’s length –
which all successful mayors
should do.
Tose who
admire her
approach
should take
the time to
visit the web-
site and cast
their vote. Te
winner will be
determined
not just by
votes, but also
by the com-
ments made.
One of the comments
already posted about
Watts is worth repeating. It
comes from Peter Simpson,
president and CEO of the
Greater Vancouver Home
Builders Association (based
in Surrey), who has a repu-
tation of calling things as he
sees them.
“Mayor Watts is a bold,
no-nonsense visionary who
works diligently to satisfy
the diverse demands of a
growing city. From my van-
tage point as a Surrey resi-
dent and a business leader,
I am always impressed by
how the mayor gives equal
and caring attention to
pressing issues such as eco-
nomic growth and home-
lessness,” Simpson said.
Tat is a very astute
observation. Watts believes
in economic growth, but not
at the expense of ignoring
social issues like homeless-
ness. A good city will take
care of the least of its citizens
with as much care and
attention as it pays to those
with means.
It will be interesting to see
just how Watts fares in the
next phase of this competi-
tion. She has certainly taken
her of ce to a new level.
A winning
mayor?
More than just a trophy
DIANNE WATTS
Do you think Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts is the best
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LAST WEEK WE ASKED:
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I
’ve had many nicknames during my 46 years
and while most have come and gone, I remem-
ber the frst one that had any staying power.
It was given to me by my brother when I
was about fve years old. Being he was my older
brother, it wasn’t meant as a form of fattery. Like
most older brothers, Shaun took some pleasure
in tormenting his younger sibling. Te name he
christened me with, which was perfectly acceptable
in the late 1960s but politically incorrect now, was
gimp.
It was never used as a name per se, but rather
as a way of concluding an order, and was always
preceded with “ya.” Much of my early
interaction with Shaun ended with
comments like “Shut up, ya gimp,” or
“Get away from me, ya gimp.”
But the nickname, which lasted
throughout elementary school, wasn’t
the biggest curse placed on me by my
brother. A far longer, more emotionally
draining af iction was thrust upon me
when I was six.
Like most Canadian kids, we both
loved hockey, and spent hours playing
in the basement or driveway. Since
Shaun was 11 and I was six, I had to
be in net, as he fred tennis balls at me at bruising
speed. Not that I bruised at all. One hundred shots
meant 99 goals for Shaun and one that hit the post.
I couldn’t stop anything. Tat’s when out of frustra-
tion he told me to fall on my knees and cover the
bottom of the net with my legs – at least then I
might stop the low shots.
It wasn’t graceful, but it worked. I started thwart-
ing my older brother’s eforts to score. Ten he said
it. Te words that changed my life forever. “You
look like Tony Esposito fopping around like that.”
Tony who? Tony Esposito – goaltender for the
Chicago Blackhawks, one of the “Original Six”
teams in the NHL. He was unorthodox; he didn’t
follow the accepted stand-up style for goaltenders,
he fell to the ice and kicked up his legs. He was
strange and he became my hero, and with that, the
Blackhawks became my team.
It was the beginning of a lifelong relationship.
However, the Blackhawks were not an easy team to
vote for. You see, the gimpy kid had latched on to a
gimpy team.
Te Blackhawks were the laughing stock of
the NHL from the 1940s to the 1960s. It was a
common threat to other players that if they didn’t
perform, they’d be traded to Chicago. It was like
being sent to Siberia – all the losers and dissidents
ended up there.
Compare Chicago to some of the other Original
Six squads and you’ll understand. Te Montreal
Canadiens have 23 Stanley Cup NHL champion-
ships, the Toronto Maple Leafs have 13 and the
Detroit Red Wings have 11. And
then there’s Chicago, with three in 84
years.
Te last time they won the Stanley
Cup was in 1961; I hadn’t been born
yet. I’ve spent more than 40 years
believing in a bunch of losers that
hold many of the league’s futility
records.
Despite decades of disappoint-
ment, I never changed allegiance. It’s
easy to cheer for a winner; it takes
dedication to support a squad that
never seems to have a chance. In my
long journey as a fan, like the team itself, I’ve been
ridiculed, laughed at and threatened.
Two weeks ago, the Blackhawks won their fourth
Stanley Cup. I was in my basement, in the shrine of
Blackhawks memorabilia I’ve collected; and for the
frst time, I saw my loser team win.
Te Blackhawks won more than just a trophy.
It was a win that justifed decades of dedication. It
was a win that confrmed if you try long enough,
believe hard enough, and refuse to listen to the
mocking, eventually losers can be winners. Te
laughing stock can prevail. It was a win for faith,
for sacrifce. It was a win for believing in some-
thing – a win for the losers, the underdogs and the
nobodies.
It was a win for the gimps.
Kevin Mills is a reporter with the Abbotsford
News, a sister paper to Te Leader.
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RE: “BIKER Lekstrom heads for hills,” (B.C. Views, June 16).
Just to set the record straight, the B.C. Conservative Party has never
endorsed the HST. Te B.C. Conservative Party only said they would
investigate it. Te B.C. Conservative Party did, and found the B.C. Lib-
eral HST plan fawed.
Only one candidate in the B.C. Conservative Party ran in 2009
supporting the HST and that was Mark Tompson. It was from Mr.
Tompson’s urging that the party investigate the HST and its possible
benefts.
Te party did an investigation and found the following results.
See investigation link: http://www.conservativesbc.com/downloads/
BCCP_Tax_Plan_20090908.pdf
Blake MacKenzie
Director at Large, B.C. Conservative Party
RE: “ROXXXY’S sex shop owner
calls it quits.”
A fair and explanatory article
featured in Te Leader on June 4
indicated that we had given up the
fght to keep the Roxxxy Teatre
open.
Unfortunately some people
though we were closing our main
store here at 10740 King George
Blvd.
To clarify this and make it very
clear to everyone: Surrey’s Adult
Entertainment Store has been
open for 23 years, 24 hours a day,
seven days a week and will con-
tinue to do so.
We will continue to provide
excellent customer service for
many years to come and I hope
this explains that our store is not
closing.
T. Perry
‘Dreaded’
tax not a
done deal
FIRSTLY, LET me say that I have
served on both boards of my MLA
Dave Hayer and MP Nina Grewal
and I am very disappointed that
both the provincial Liberals and
the federal Conservatives have
decided to implement more taxes
on us via the HST.
We run a small business and
anything I have read or been told
about this tax has not convinced
me that it is good for small busi-
ness. Te provincial website under
“Facts About the HST – What’s
Taxable and What’s Not” lists 206
items under various categories
from clothing, footwear and acces-
sories, all the way to professional
services. Out of these 206 items,
67 have increased tax with HST,
and in a lot of the cases where
there is no additional tax, they
clarify it with “remains at 12%,” as
they are already getting the maxi-
mum taxes out of the item.
Te Real Estate Board of
Greater Vancouver has calculated
HST brings higher costs for
Greater Vancouver new home
buyers, for example, by a whop-
ping increase of $25,191 per
home in Richmond.
Te B.C. Liberals have raised
licensing and service fees, cut rev-
enues to services, and took funds
from ICBC – approximately $800
million – and put it into general
revenue .
Te NDP don’t seem to have
any better understanding of how
to control the mounting debt.
Tey were right there voting in
an enormous wage increase for
themselves and a pension plan
that has be likened to winning the
lottery.
Paying down the enormous
Olympic debt never seems to be
mentioned anymore ... I guess the
HST will take care of that for the
next 20 years .
Why would we want to have
Ottawa control of our PST, when
Ottawa’s control of our fuel taxes
has given us upgrades to our
roads and transportation systems
10 years too late and with tolls?
We are told the HST is a “fait
accompli,” but with enough grass-
roots push, this dreaded tax can
be stopped.
We can do it.
Darlene Bowyer
Surrey
RE: OTTAWA’S new RCMP “watchdog.”
It’s hard to imagine anything more cyni-
cal than an RCMP oversight agency that
can only make recommendations that the
Mounties and feds are free to ignore.
While further details are scarce, it looks
like police will continue to investigate
police. The new agency’s investigative pow-
ers seem limited to secondary interviews
with witnesses and reviewing evidence that
the police submit.
We don’t know who will staff the agency.
Will they be specially trained civilians, free
of conflicting loyalties? Or will they be ex-
cops and political hacks?
Will the agency itself be accountable?
This is a key point because it took ongoing
vigilance from activists, opposition politi-
cians, media and an especially tenacious
ombudsman to keep Ontario’s Special Inves-
tigations Unit from becoming an apologist
for the police.
The SIU isn’t perfect, but it’s Canada’s
best example of a police oversight agency.
The Conservatives have fallen far short of
that model. So have the provincial Liberals
and NDP. Last October, they unanimously
approved minor Police Act amendments
that preserved a seriously flawed complaints
system for B.C.’s municipal cops.
Greg Klein
Vancouver
THE CITY of Surrey has sunk to
a new low. In a quest for added
revenues, Surrey has targeted its
churches.
Until now, and rightly so,
churches have enjoyed status as
charities and have been exempt
from property taxes. That has
been so since Surrey’s first resi-
dent of record, Abraham Huck,
donated the land Christ Church
stands on.
Christ Church now enjoys
Heritage Building designation
and, as Surrey’s first church, has
been an integral part of Surrey’s
history. It still operates the only
existing church-run cemetery
left in Surrey and Surrey’s earli-
est settlers are buried there.
In 1990, the parish undertook
to build a newer, more modern
building across the street from
Christ Church. It is this part of
the church property that came
into question.
A year or so ago, city employ-
ees Google-Mapped Surrey’s
churches looking for property
which could be deemed tax-
able. A back corner of Christ
the Redeemer’s property was so
deemed. With no further inves-
tigation, the church suddenly
incurred a property tax bill in
excess of $7,000 – an 825-per-
cent increase over the previous
year.
An investigation would have
brought light to the fact that the
corner in question was actu-
ally the septic field for the new
church building. While parish-
ioners in 1882 may not have
balked at using an outhouse, I
somehow doubt 2010’s attendees
would wish to.
In 2010, churches struggle
and survive due to the largesse
of their members. Many, includ-
ing Christ the Redeemer, work
with the poorer residents in
our city, whether it’s the youth
group putting together hampers
at Christmas or other groups
within the church working with
women’s shelters, etc.
Although Christ the Redeem-
er’s $7,000 bill has been some-
what reduced, it is still a big pill
to swallow.
It is shameful for Surrey to be
looking to its churches in such a
manner for revenue.
Just as Christ Church has
been part of Surrey’s past, I
hope Christ the Redeemer will
be part of its future.
C.A. Archibald
Parishioner
Christ Church/Christ the
Redeemer
Losing faith in City of Surrey
Who’s watching the RCMP watchdog?
HST not endorsed
EVAN SEAL / THE LEADER
A parishioner at Christ Church/Christ the Redeemer argues that levying property taxes on places
of worship causes undue hardship for organizations that are already struggling financially.
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ABOUT TO begin a one-
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of the Surrey Board of
Trade, Nigel Watkinson
isn’t planning on mak-
ing any changes.
“You’ve only got a year,
and you can’t change
the world in a year,” said
the South Surrey-based
fnancial planner. “You’re
working with the board
of directors anyhow, so
what I have to do is build
on what the previous
president has done.”
Watkinson began his
term as president last
night (Tursday), tak-
ing over from outgoing
president James Stewart
following the board’s
annual general meeting.
He joined what was then
the Surrey Chamber of
Commerce 11 years ago,
and has served on the
board for “around eight
years.”
“Kathleen Casprowitz,
the president of the day,
asked me to join the gov-
ernance committee,” said
Watkinson. “Eventually
I became the committee
chair. So I was on the
volunteer turnstile, and
that was it.”
And it’s the large group
of active volunteers – not
just the president – that
makes the Board of
Trade an efective advo-
cate of Surrey business.
“A lot of what we do
isn’t seen by the public,”
Watkinson explained.
“Tey see a lot of
networking events, like
galas, dinners and awards
nights. But behind the
scenes, we have some-
thing like 14 diferent
committees. And seven
or eight of them are
working on important
advocacy issues that
could have something to
do with the environment,
the economy, fnance or
taxation, transportation.”
Or the HST (Harmo-
nized Sales Tax).
Te controversial new
tax – which takes efect
July 1 by combining the
existing GST and PST
– has been targeted in a
province-wide petition,
which its organizers say
has enough signatures
to force Victoria to re-
examine implementation
of the tax.
Watkinson said most
of the opposition is
because the provincial
government has done a
poor job of explaining
the rationale and benefts
of the new tax.
“But that shouldn’t be
the issue,” Watkinson
continued. “Te HST
enables our businesses
to become more com-
petitive than they are.
We support the HST, we
believe it will be good for
businesses, we believe it
will be good for creating
employment opportuni-
ties and helping busi-
nesses grow.”
Watkinson does have
three areas of focus he
will be concentrating on
over the next 12 months,
one of which is boost-
ing the membership of
medium and large busi-
nesses.
“We don’t have enough
of those businesses in our
membership, particularly
in manufacturing” he
said. “Tey have their
own groups and associa-
tions, but we want to be
the go-to group for all
businesses in Surrey.”
Continued co-oper-
ation with the city, and
promoting it internation-
ally, are two other goals.
Watkinson notes the city
has developed a Surrey
Economic Development
Plan and has a “very
forward-looking mayor
and council... strongly
business oriented.”
And by working with
consul generals from
other countries, and
building contacts with
chambers of commerce
overseas, the Surrey
Board of Trade can help
discover business oppor-
tunities for its members.
“We are a good orga-
nization for Surrey busi-
nesses to export overseas
to our network of con-
tacts in other countries,”
said Watkinson.
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Financial planner to build on past success
EVAN SEAL / THE LEADERT
South Surrey-based financial planner Nigel Watkinson has taken the
helm at the Surrey Board of Trade.
Surrey North Delta Leader Friday June 25 2010 9
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DIANNE WATTS has been nominated
as the world’s best mayor.
Watts is one of four North Ameri-
can mayors vying for the title of
World Mayor 2010, and is competing
against 24 others
worldwide.
Other North Amer-
ican mayors include
Dave Bronconnier
(Calgary), Cory
Booker (Newark,
New Jersey) and Mick
Cornett (Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma).
Te World Mayor
website says that as
the frst female mayor
of Surrey, she has
created innovative
investment plans, a
crime reduction strat-
egy and an aggressive
city infrastructure
investment.
Her nomination quotes Watts
as saying: “Great cities are always
a work in progress and require a
commitment from every citizen. I
am optimistic about our future and l
really do believe that if there is a city
and a province capable of weather-
ing the storm and coming out even
stronger when it passes, it is Surrey
and British Columbia.”
World Mayor is an award put for-
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Established in 2003,
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and sustainable solu-
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citizens.
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for your favourite mayor, go to www.
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Surrey mayor the
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10 Friday June 25 2010 Surrey North Delta Leader
Dianne Watts nominated for World Mayor
BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
Officers honoured
Const. Tyler Ennis receives one of two awards from Chief Supt. Fraser
MacRae during the Surrey RCMP’s Officer in Charge (OIC) Awards
ceremony at the Surrey Arts Centre on Saturday. Ennis received an
OIC Commendation and an OIC Certificate of Appreciation for his
work on duty. For a full list of the awards given out, visit
www.surreyleader.com
Dianne Watts is among 25
shortlisted for the title of
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11 p.m.
Surrey RCMP said
afer the man was taken
into custody without
incident, “he began
to exhibit symptoms
of medical distress.”
Immediate frst aid inter-
vention was provided
by the of cers on the
scene, which was then
taken over by Emergency
Health Services, the
RCMP statement said.
Te man was rushed
to hospital for treatment
where he was pro-
nounced dead.
In cases involving a
death while in RCMP
custody, an outside police
agency is automatically
called in to perform an
independent review.
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Black Press
A 14-YEAR-OLD cyclist
was hit while riding his
bicycle westbound on
Barnston Drive at around
182A Street in Surrey on
Monday, June 14 around
4:40 p.m.
Surrey RCMP said the
cyclist was then struck
from behind by what he
believes to be a vehicle.
Te driver of the
vehicle did not remain at
the scene of the collision.
A man stopped to
render assistance to the
injured cyclist but did
not provide his contact
information, police said.
Te cyclist sufered
non-life threatening inju-
ries but has no recollec-
tion of the events leading
up to his crash.
If you have any infor-
mation about this inci-
dent, contact the Surrey
RCMP at 604-599-0502.
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HERBALEX CANADA on
King George Boulevard
in Surrey has been selling
a product that contains
sildenafl, a prescription
medication used to treat
erectile dysfunction and
which is the primary
ingredient in Viagra.
Te product is banned
in Canada.
Health Canada says
the medication “may
pose serious and poten-
tially life-threatening
health risks, particularly
to people with heart
problems.”
Te Surrey store’s
owner is out of town and
his grandson said he did
not know anything about
the circumstances sur-
rounding the seizure of
the pills, which are sold
as “Vigoft” or “Once
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by Dan Ferguson
THE FAMILY of Surrey
crash victim Sanjeeve
Sharma is planning to
move.
Tere are too many
painful memories for
them to remain in the
house where Sanjeeve
once lived, so they are
building a new one.
Te 15-year old Surrey
resident died on June 29,
2009 when the car he
was riding in hit a traf c
island near the intersec-
tion of 128 Street and 82
Avenue, then sideswiped
a second vehicle before
it collided with a lamp
standard.
Father Sanjay Sharma
said the last time he saw
his oldest son, Sanjeeve
was sanding on the patio
deck, smiling.
He can’t even look
through the window at
the patio now.
“Its a great view with
mountains and all,”
Sharma said. “But I can’t
go on the deck. I can’t do
barbecues.”
He said the new house,
when it completed this
fall, will have a room for
the good memories.
Sanjeeve will have
a bedroom in the new
house, and everything in
it will be just the way it
was in the old house, all
the furniture including
his beat-up computer
chair.
Tose memories are
happy ones.
Sharma remembers
the tall teenager would
be hunched over his
computer keyboard, try-
ing to focus on his online
chats, when Dad would
tease him and try to
break his concentration
by bouncing on the bed
to bug him.
On Tuesday, June 29,
the family and friends
of Sanjeeve Sharma will
mark the frst anniversary
of his death by visiting
the location of the crash
that claimed his life. Tey
will go to the intersection
between 8:30 p.m. and
10:05 p.m. and place a
memorial at the scene.
Tere will also be a
new memorial video
posted on sanjeeves-
harma.com.
Anyone who wants
more information about
the event can visit the
website or email sanjfx@
shaw.ca.
No criminal charges
have been laid yet in the
case, but the family has
fled a lawsuit against
the teenage driver of the
Chevy Malibu who gave
a ride Sanjeeve Sharma .
It also names the driver
of a BMW SUV involved
in the collision that
caused Sharma’s death
and accuses them both
of driving contrary to
the restrictions on their
licences.
It accuses both drivers
of speeding, failing to use
adequate lights, brakes
or the car horns, driving
without due care, failing
to obey traf c controls,
failing to heed weather
conditions and driving
contrary to restrictions
on their drivers licences.
Te lawsuit also names
the owners of the two
vehicles who were not at
the wheel when the crash
occurred.
Since his son died,
Sanjay Sharma has
become an outspoken
campaigner for tougher
regulation of new drivers.
He wants better
enforcement of driving
rules that require new
drivers to have an adult
supervisor sitting beside
them who is at least 25
years old and has a valid
driver’s licence.
Tose regulations
would have applied to the
then-16-year-old who
was driving the Malibu
Sanjeeve was riding in.
dferguson@surreyleader.com
One-year anniversary
of fatal car crash
14 Friday June 25 2010 Surrey North Delta Leader
Family and friends of teen victim plan memorial at scene
Sanjeeve Sharma
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LOWER INCOME families in B.C. will
actually pay less overall tax once the
harmonized sales tax takes efect,
according to a study released by the
right-leaning Fraser Institute.
Te conservative think tank says
reduced personal income taxes and
introduction of a new BC HST credit
make the change to an HST a net
positive for many families, particularly
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Te report estimates families earning
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their higher sales tax payments are of-
set by lowered income tax, while house-
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$100,000, $117 at $100,000 to $120,000
and $167 at $120,000 to $140,000.
Veldhuis confrmed the calculations
assume businesses will fow through
most of the savings they will enjoy from
the HST in the form of
lower prices.
Provincial sales tax is
paid on supplies and ser-
vices used by businesses
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– they’re not passing on the decrease.”
Public policy analyst David Schreck
dismissed the report as “the usual spin”
from HST supporters.
He said it’s likely true those in the
lowest income brackets will pay less tax
because of the HST credit and because
they spend much of their money on
groceries and shelter, on
which no direct HST
applies.
“If you’re in abject
poverty, you’re not part of
the group that’s going to
pay the $2 billion,” Schreck
said. “Well, guess what?
Te rest of us are.”
Te report estimates
B.C. will collect $5.4 billion
in tax on its share of the
HST in the frst full year, about $400
million more than it would have raised
had the PST instead stayed in place.
But the tax as a whole is to be
revenue-neutral for government – the
new money coming in will go back out
in the form of lower personal income
taxes and the BC HST credit of up to
$230 per family member.
Schreck noted impacts on businesses
vary wildly by sector.
He said restaurants will be among the
hardest sectors hit because there’s virtu-
ally no embedded PST on their labour
and food costs and therefore not much
post-switch savings to reduce prices
and ofset the higher tax to patrons.
A Harris/Decima survey released
Monday shows B.C. business owners
are evenly split on whether the HST will
be positive or negative.
Te 12 per cent HST, replacing the
seven per cent PST and fve per cent
GST, takes efect July 1.
A citizens’ initiative aimed at forcing
the government to back down has
collected more than 650,000 signatures
and is expected to become the frst such
petition in B.C. to be declared success-
ful.
Te Fraser Institute says the HST
won’t change when “Tax Freedom Day”
arrives, the date on which the average
family earns enough to pay all taxes
for the year – expected to be June 8 for
2011.
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Critics point to flaws in Fraser Institute findings
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GIVING ALL post-secondary students
universal transit access may stretch
TransLink’s resources too far and
reduce transit service to other users,
some Metro Vancouver mayors fear.
Te U-Pass program that started at
UBC and SFU is to expand to every
college and university student, giving
them all unlimited transit use for $30
a month.
Te provincial government, which
announced the expansion June 9,
gave TransLink $20 million over three
years to assist with the change.
But there are growing questions
over whether that will be enough
to cover lost fare revenue – many
students will pay less than previously
– or to increase transit service to
cover an expected surge in student
demand.
“Te fact is your buses are abso-
lutely jammed,” Richmond Mayor
Malcolm Brodie told TransLink
executives at a June 16 meeting of the
Metro mayors’ council on transporta-
tion.
“You are expanding and something
is going to have to give as a result,” he
said.
Brodie said he
sees no indication
TransLink is pre-
pared for the astro-
nomical growth
in transit use that
could come – as
happened when
the original U-Pass
came to UBC.
Extra pressure
on the system once U-Passes extend
to all campuses may leave TransLink
severely underfunded again, other
mayors said, and the resulting
squeeze may push TransLink to raise
more money from taxes and fares.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robert-
son said it’s troubling provincial aid
isn’t expected to continue past 2013.
TransLink is already in the midst
of deciding how to “rationalize” by
reducing service on runs or at certain
times of day with few passengers
and increasing it at times and places
where there’s more demand.
Te aim is to carry more passengers
and collect more fare revenue with
the same level of service.
“It requires some signifcant trade-
ofs we’ll have to make,” said planning
vice-president Michael Shifer, admit-
ting there will be winners and losers
among transit riders.
“I’m really worried ‘service ratio-
nalization’ means service reductions
in places like Coquitlam,” responded
Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart,
adding the U-Pass expansion could
trigger a “storm of change” for the
system.
He said outlying cities are trying to
make neighbourhoods more transit-
friendly and need to know service
will improve there and not leave resi-
dents car-bound for decades to come.
Asked why TransLink didn’t simply
say no to the province’s plan for the
expanded U-Pass, or negotiate harder,
CEO Ian Jarvis said the transporta-
tion authority decided the best course
of action was to work cooperatively
with Victoria to implement the policy,
which was promised during the last
election.
Te impacts of the broadened
U-Pass are far from clear.
Of cials note it might not extend to
all institutions because students could
still vote it down.
U-Passes are compulsory at partici-
pating institutions – all students pay
for them along with their student fees
– but only afer a referendum passes.
Tere are already rumblings it
could be rejected at Kwantlen Poly-
technic University, where reps say
many students in Surrey and Langley
don’t live close enough to frequent
bus routes for the pass to be worth-
while.
Parking tax a question
mark
HOW MUCH money TransLink gets
in parking sales tax still isn’t known
even though the collection system is
to change next month.
Te provincial government will
no longer collect the 21 per cent tax
on pay parking (which tripled from
seven per cent in January) once the
HST takes efect and TransLink will
begin levying it directly from parking
lot operators.
Te change means TransLink will
now have to shoulder the estimated
$1 million a year in administration
costs.
It’s estimated the tax will generate
$47 million a year, but that could
go up or down signifcantly afer
an audit is completed, according to
TransLink staf.
“It falls to us to open this surprise
package and see if we’ve won or lost,”
said Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan.
Te 12 per cent HST will be stacked
on top of the parking sales tax, so
drivers using pay parking lots will pay
compounded taxes of 35.5 per cent
starting July 1.
Politicians, start your
engines
THE REGIONAL mayors council on
transportation has tweaked the rules
that govern the election of its chair
and vice-chair.
Te change stems from a dustup in
February, when Surrey Mayor Dianne
Watts, the outgoing chair, suddenly
resigned and Langley City Mayor
Peter Fassbender won the ensuing
election for chair.
Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan
accused Watts of orchestrating the
handover to Fassbender by giving
him the heads up in advance that she
was leaving but not telling other may-
ors who might want to rally support
to challenge him.
Te rule change now says a chair
or vice-chair that intends to step
down should give one month advance
notice.
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More students will ride, but can buses cope?
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have prevented the tragedy.
He called it a story of “shameful conduct by a few
of cers” that should not refect badly on the RCMP
or police as a whole.
Police had been summoned to the
international arrivals area Oct. 14, 2007
in response to reports a drunk man was
throwing furniture around.
Dziekanski, 40, had failed to con-
nect with his mother and roamed the
international arrivals area for more than
fve hours unaided, afer a 20-hour fight
from Poland, before growing distraught.
Soon afer arriving, the four Rich-
mond Mounties began tasering Dzieka-
nski, testifying during the inquiry they
believed he posed a threat because he
was combative and armed with a stapler.
Braidwood rejected their claims he
was poised to attack, declaring them
“patently unbelievable afer-the-fact
rationalizations” and other statements
they wrestled him to the ground “delib-
erate misrepresentations.”
Of cers weren’t justifed in tasering
Dziekanski the frst time, Braidwood
found, nor for subsequent jolts.
Braidwood found the fve Taser
deployments played “a prominent role”
in his death by cardiac arrest, coupled
with the physical struggle with the
of cers and his already stressed, agitated
state.
Dziekanski died within two minutes
of the fnal tasering.
“Despite their training, the of cers approached
the incident as if responding to a barroom brawl and
failed to shif gears when they found they were deal-
ing with an obviously distraught traveller,” Braidwood
said. “Mr. Dziekanski in no way brought this on
himself.”
He also found the of cers did not make any
advance plan to use the Taser and that in the initial
moments of contact made “well-intentioned”
attempts to communicate.
Conficting orders issued by the senior of cer, Cpl.
Monty Robinson, confused Dziekanski, who then
raised his arms.
While of cers later met and discussed the incident
prior to being interviewed by IHIT investigators,
Braidwood found they did not collude to fabricate a
consistent story.
Te commissioner would not answer when asked
if prosecutors should reconsider charging the of cers
involved.
Asked why he did not make fndings of miscon-
duct, he said: “I think I was blunt enough... those
reading it can draw their own conclusions.”
Te inquiry found the police response was just
one of many missed opportunities to avoid the
tragedy.
Te Canada Border Services
Agency (CBSA) failed to ensure
Dziekanski, afer clearing an initial
customs line, made it out to the public
waiting area.
“I was frankly appalled that a pas-
senger could disappear within the
CBSA secure customs hall for more
than fve hours,” Braidwood said, add-
ing that “regrettably” the agency has
made no signifcant policy or proce-
dure changes since the death.
Among Braidwood’s recommenda-
tions:
• Improved measures by CBSA to
ensure passengers clear customs and
secure areas.
• Installation of digital passenger
information board outside the cus-
toms hall where greeters can place
their names to alert arriving pas-
sengers. CBSA would have a duty to
ensure they connect.
• Provision of interpreter service.
• Creation of a civilian body to
oversee investigations of police of -
cers, something senior B.C. Mounties
say they welcome.
Te RCMP have already accepted
Braidwood’s previous recommenda-
tions on the use of Tasers and have
revised their use-of-force policies a
number of times.
Dziekanski’s mother, Zofa Cisowski, also spoke
out Friday.
“I will always be thinking of my son and the
manner of his death,” she said. “But I am satisfed
that the Braidwood Commission conducted a full
review of what happened to my son.”
Te RCMP have also reached an out-of-court
settlement with Cisowski, the terms of which
have not been disclosed.
Braidwood report
criticizes ‘shameful’
conduct of Mounties
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Recommendations released last Friday
Zofia Cisowski
Robert Dziekanski
Als see CHARGES AGAINST... / Page 19
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CRIMINAL CHARGES against the RCMP of cers
involved in the death of Robert Dziekanski will be
reconsidered, B.C. Attorney General Mike de Jong
said last Friday.
He said a special prosecutor will be given “wide-
ranging authority” to make recommendations to the
Crown.
Crown prosecutors had previously decided against
charging the of cers.
“It is not just warranted but essential
that a reconsideration of that decision
take place,” de Jong said.
Te Polish embassy had called for
reopening of the criminal investigation.
Although the Braidwood Inquiry did
not make specifc fndings of miscon-
duct, de Jong did not shy away from the
word.
“Tere was misconduct here and that
refects badly,” he said. “Te response
here was out of proportion to what the
circumstances warranted.
“Te human dimensions of this are
staggering that someone would be lost
within an airport, separated by a glass
door from their loved ones.”
De Jong said B.C. will within a year
create a civilian-led body to investigate
all municipal police and RCMP-related deaths and
serious incidents.
RCMP Commissioner William Elliott issued an
unconditional apology for the RCMP’s role in Dzieka-
nski’s death and ofered “sincere condolences” to his
mother.
He said the force will review Braidwood’s fndings
before making any further decisions on of cer disci-
pline.
Cpl. Benjamin “Monty” Robinson is suspended
pending trial on charges of attempting to obstruct
justice in relation to a 2008 crash in which his vehicle
killed a motorcyclist. Te other three of cers in the
YVR incident remain with the force but not on opera-
tional duties.
RCMP handling of the incident “failed at many lev-
els,” Elliott said, citing defcient policies and training,
the insuf cient time of cers took to de-escalate the
situation and the inadequate care to protect him.
“It is important we learn from this terrible event,”
he said. “We have already done so and we
will continue to do so.”
SFU criminologist Rob Gordon said
he believes the special prosecutor may
fnd grounds for charges of perjury, if it’s
determined the of cers lied under oath
before Braidwood.
He said the case will be remembered
as one that went far beyond the of cers
directly involved or that put the brakes on
undisciplined Taser use.
“What remains is the image of the
RCMP as an incompetent and out-of-
control organization that has circled the
wagons on this and other issues,” Gordon
said. “And that will not acknowledge in a
genuine heartfelt way that it’s in trouble
and that it needs to go through radical
reconstruction.”
Gordon noted Braidwood’s fndings come on top
of another inquiry that found RCMP’s mishandling of
the Air India bombings investigation.
Together, he said, they suggest an organization
incapable of changing that perhaps should not get a
renewed B.C. policing contract due to be renegotiated
by 2012.
jnagel@surreyleader.com
Surrey North Delta Leader Friday June 25 2010 19
Charges against of cers will
be reconsidered, AG says
“What remains
is the image of
the RCMP as
an incompetent
and out-
of-control
organization...”
Rob Gordon
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$599,000
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$479,000
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$659,000
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by Nick Greenizan
B
y the time Canada’s national women’s
fastpitch team arrives in Surrey next
month, players should be on top of
their game, afer taking on the world’s
best in Venezuela.
And as has been the case in recent sum-
mers, plenty of local talent dots the national
squad, which plays its frst game at the ISF
Women’s World Championships in Caracas
today (Friday) against Cuba. Te tournament
wraps up July 2.
Canada’s roster for worlds, which was
announced earlier this month, includes
Surrey outfelder Melanie Matthews, as well
as Langley natives Danielle Lawrie and Cor-
rine Doornberg, both of whom are former
members of the White Rock Renegades. One
other local native, North Delta’s Jennifer Yee,
is also on the squad.
Lawrie, who just wrapped up her career
at the University of
Washington as one
of the most deco-
rated sofball players
in NCAA history,
has been Canada’s
top pitcher for the
past few seasons.
Conversely, Doorn-
berg, a 19-year-old
utility player, is a
newcomer to the
senior women’s
squad afer a few
years with Canada’s
development teams. She plays collegiately at
the University of Mississippi.
“Since I was little, it has been my goal to be
a part of the national team,” said Doornberg
earlier this month, before leaving with the
team for Caracas.
“I am excited to travel and see Venezuela
and I am stoked to play with the girls at the
international level.”
Canada is among the medal contenders
at the World Championships, although the
last seven tournaments have been won by
the U.S. Japan is the defending Olympic
champion.
Te Canadian team will be in Surrey in
a few weeks – afer worlds wrap up – for a
week-long exhibition series during the Cana-
dian Open Championships.
Beginning July 5, Canada will play a three-
game set against the Washington Absolute
Blast, one of the best club teams in the U.S.,
and will follow that with four games against
the American national team, culminating
with an afernoon contest Sunday, July 11.
Te Canadian Open replaces the Canada
Cup this year, afer the women’s division
– which includes national teams from around
the world – was scrapped due to a schedul-
ing confict with the World Championships.
Tere is only three days between the two
events, which caused most clubs to pull out.
Te Canadian Open will feature Futures
(under-19) and Showcase (under-16) tour-
naments, and is hosted by the Renegades
association. Games will be played at Sofball
City and Cloverdale Athletic Park.
Seven local teams have entered the
20-team Futures tournament, including the
Renegades ’91, ’92 and ’93 teams. Te Delta
Heat ’91 and ’93 teams as well as the Surrey
Storm ’92 and ’93 squads will also be playing
against competition from Saskatoon, Califor-
nia, Texas, Washington and Colorado.
In the Showcase division, the Renegades
and Heat clubs each have two teams entered.
For more information, and a full schedule
of events, visit www.canadianopenfastpitch.
com
- with files from Pieter Uni
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FILE PHOTO / THE LEADER
Surrey Storm ‘94 catcher Haillee Renkers makes a tag at home against a Richmond Islanders baserunner during last year’s Canada
Cup Futures tournament at Cloverdale Athletic Park. The Storm association has entered two teams in the 2010 tournament, which
gets underway July 5.
by Rick Kupchuk
THE SURREY Rebels couldn’t fnish what
they started, and managed to earn just a tie
from a pair of West Coast Junior B Lacrosse
League games this week.
The Rebels led 6-1 over the Burnaby
Lakers Monday night at the Cloverdale
Arena, but had to settle for a 7-7 tie.
Playing away from home one night later,
a 2-1 advantage after 20 minutes eventu-
ally became a 6-3 loss to the Richmond
Roadrunners.
Surrey’s record fell to 5-8-2 (won-lost-
tied), and the seventh-place Rebels led the
Roadrunners and Ridge Meadows Bur-
rards by two points in a three-team race
for the last two playoff positions.
The Rebels were outshot 16-7 in the
opening period Tuesday night, but a pair
of powerplay goals from Zack Peach had
the visitors leading by a goal going into
the second period.
Richmond again had a huge edge in
shots on goal, and outscored Surrey 4-0
for a 5-2 lead after 40 minutes. The two
teams traded third period tallies, with
Max Richards netting the goal for the
Rebels.
Jeff Geyer had a strong game in goal,
stopping 44 of 50 shots. Surrey struggled
on the powerplay, failing to score on six
extra-man situations, and giving up two
shorthanded goals to the Roadrunners.
Against the fifth-place Lakers Monday
night in Cloverdale, the Rebels allowed
Burnaby to score just 28 seconds into the
game then reel off six in a row before the
opening period was over.
The offensive production dried up in
the second period, and Burnaby took
advantage, dominating play and cutting
the difference to 6-5.
Tyler Voisey’s second goal of the contest
upped the difference to two goals, but
Burnaby battled back with two goals in
the last eight minutes of play to earn the
tie.
Brad Olson with two goals and a pair of
assists was Surrey’s top scorer in the game.
Voisey, who added one assist, Peach
with two goals and an assist, and Inter-
mediate B callup James Main with three
helpers, all had three-point games.
Harrison Mortimore with one goal,
his second of the season, completed the
scoring.
The Rebels were outshot 47-37 with
Geyer making 40 saves in the Surrey net.
The Port Moody Thunder, in second
place in the 11-team league with a 10-2-1
record, visit the Cloverdale Arena Mon-
day for an 8 p.m. game against the Rebels.
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Team Canada to play in Surrey
Rebels can’t hold on to frst period leads
Junior B lacrosse teamloses one, ties another
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annual number of fatalities
from crashes had kept
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fatalities dropped from
5,933 to 2,875 or roughly
fifty percent—the US total
would have been 25,500.
Instead, in 2004 in the US,
42,836 people were killed
in crashes and since then,
the annual total has hovered
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of ‘summer road trip season’, The New York
Times asked eleven traffic safety experts to
blog about “the one thing that could be done to
reduce highway deaths.”
Most did not offer (or, indeed, could
not find) a “silver bullet” response. Most
offered ‘answers’ about what one blogger
called the classically known “three E’s”:
enforcement, engineering, and education. “E”
for epidemiology also emerged as a category
of answers. In short, the collective response
proposed a four-pronged approach.
Enforcement that focuses on the existing
laws to control speeding, to encourage wearing
seat belts, and to discourage impaired driving
has saved lives and will continue to do so. Tried
and tested regulatory schemes that work—like
graduated licensing—should be enacted
nationally. Even schemes with inconclusive
effectiveness, like restricting cellphone usage
while driving, can “help to raise awareness
about the dangers of distracted driving and may
help to keep it from happening.” “Novel risky
technologies” and “new risky behaviors” call
for better and newer rules and regulations and,
accordingly, innovative enforcement measures.
A corollary of this is the need for more highly
skilled regulators.
Engineering communities as “livable places
that accommodate all users—cars, transit,
walkers and cyclists,” in short, designing streets
for everyone to use, creates safer streets. Other
engineering solutions included developing
“better and more diverse
public transport options,”
and shipping more freight
by rail to remove dangerous
truck traffic.
One call “for the
American auto industry
to become once again the
leader in traffic safety by
hiring engineers to build
safer cars rather than
hiring lawyers and former
government officials to build
better loopholes for unsafe cars” contrasts with
another blogger’s warning about “the growing
consumer and political interest in smaller, less
crash-worthy vehicles.” Calling this a worrisome
long-term trend, this blogger notes that, “The
last time America witnessed a significant
downsizing of vehicles (1975 to 1985), the
unintended result was about 2,000 additional
traffic fatalities per year.”
Better education would “bring American
driver training practices up to the standards
practiced in many European countries…better
understanding of the principles of car control,
more hands-on demonstrations of accident
avoidance techniques and preferred emergency
conduct along with more stringent licensing
rules.”
“Epidemiology” answers propose a new
way of thinking about traffic death, “not as a
collection of “accidents” but as a public health
crisis. This means investing in highway safety as
if it were a public health issue and insisting on
evidence-based solutions—laws and programs
that work and that aren’t just ‘feel good’. A
“holistic solution” envisions safer drivers—
people who highly value and rigorously pursue
traffic safety—in safer cars on safer roads,
covered with enhanced emergency medical
services.
All are valid comments on a very big issue.
…by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor
with regular weekly contributions from
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by Nick Greenizan
THE SIGN PLACED in the pro
shop at Peace Portal Golf Course
was a polite one, kindly asking
Monday golfers to allow John
Burns and Jodi Reimer to play-
through.
And to get a sense of just how
fast the duo was moving through
the 18 scenic holes near the
Canada/U.S. border, one only
need to ask the very golfers who
were moving aside to let them by.
“Tey’re really moving, man…
way too fast for me.”
“Tey’re up there, ahead on
the green… or at least they were.
Looks like they’re gone already.”
“It’s crazy. I mean, could you do
100 holes in a day?”
On the surface, it does seem
slightly crazy, the idea of playing
100 holes of golf in a single day,
but that was exactly what Burns,
a pastor at Relate Church, in
Surrey, and Reimer, a golf pro at
Riverway Golf Course in Burnaby,
were attempting Monday, on the
longest day of the year.
Last year, Burns – who can fn-
ish a round on his own in about
two hours – accomplished the
100-hole feat alone, but this year
he brought Reimer, a member of
Burns’ church, along for the ride.
Te duo were raising money for
Mercy Ministries, with the goal set
at $50,000. Last year, Burns raised
$35,000.
Te pair teed of at 4:30 a.m.,
and managed to sneak in a full
round – at nearly a full sprint –
before many other golfers hit the
6,103-yard course. By 9:45 a.m.,
they were just fnishing up their
fourth round, with entourage in
tow. A few helpers – providing
water and PowerBars – were
traipsing along the hilly Peace Por-
tal layout with Burns and Reimer,
as was an of cial scorekeeper, and
a gaggle of photographers and
videographers.
In order to save time and
energy, the pair – who were carry-
ing their own bags and not using
carts – were not taking many, if
any, practice swings, ofen teed
of at the same time – etiquette
be damned – and never spent too
much time admiring, or admon-
ishing, their shots. Instead, they
went with something of a “run,
swing, run again” approach.
Tey weren’t talking much
either, save for a little friendly
trash talk or few words of encour-
agement, and a quick word to
onlookers as they zipped past.
“Great day for 100 holes of
golf – perfect weather,” Burns said
of the slightly overcast skies, afer
teeing of on the 17th hole for the
fourth time that morning.
“But this hole has already taken
three of my balls… this one gets
me every time.”
Te twosome wrapped up their
100-hole golf-a-thon – about
5½ rounds – by mid-afernoon
Monday.
For more information on
Monday’s golf-a-thon, or to fnd
out how to donate, visit www.
relatechurch.ca or www.mer-
cyministries.ca
A hundred holes in a day
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Surrey pastor raises funds for Mercy Ministries
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Surrey pastor John Burns (above) and golf pro Jodi Reimer played 100 holes of golf Monday
at Peace Portal Golf Course top raise funds for Mercy Ministries.
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A MERCY-RULE win
over the Abbotsford
Cardinals has kept the
North Delta Blue Jays
in front of the Langley
Blaze in the B.C. Pre-
mier Baseball League’s
pennant race.
Te Jays blanked
Abbotsford 10-0 Tuesday
night at Mackie Park,
and allowed them to stay
a game up on the Blaze,
5-0 winners at home
over the North Shore
Twins.
North Delta got a
complete-game shutout
from Cam Challand,
who held Cardinals
batters to just four hits
and a pair of walks in six
innings. Te 17-year-old
lef-hander from Ladner
struck out nine of the 24
batters he faced.
Te game ended in
the bottom of the sixth
inning when three Blue
Jays runs upped the
diference to 10 runs,
ending the game on the
mercy rule. C.J. Pentland
batted in Reed Lavallee
and Tyson Popof with
a one-out triple, then
scored on a double from
Trevor Hodgins–- his
second of the game – to
end the game.
Lavallee, Popof, Pent-
land, Hodgins and Stefan
McKee all had a pair
of hits, with Pentland
fnishing the game with
three RBIs.
North Delta improved
to 26-9 (won-lost) on the
season, a game ahead of
the 21-6 Blaze.
Te Blue Jays are
at home for a pair of
double headers this
weekend, hosting the
11-18 Parksville Royals
for two games Saturday.
Te 19-13 Coquitlam
Reds are the visitors Sun-
day. Both double headers
are at noon.
■ Te Junior Blue Jays
lost a close 6-5 decision
to the Abbotsford Cardi-
nals Monday night.
Abbotsford scored
four times in the top
of the ffh inning to
erase a 5-2 North Delta
advantage.
Nathan Goodwin and
Declan Murphy each
had a pair of hits for the
Jays.
North Delta split a
double header at home
against the Victoria
Eagles Saturday, losing
the frst game 3-0 before
winning the second 9-5.
Te 16-17 Blue Jays
are in ffh place in the
B.C. Premier Junior
Baseball League, 10
games back of the league
leading Langley Blaze.
Another victory for Blue Jays
North Delta maintains league lead
Surrey North Delta Leader Friday June 25 2010 33
BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
Nolan Ramsden of the North Delta Junior Blue Jays is tagged out at
home by Victoria Eagles pitcher Brett Hull at Mackie Park Saturday.
The Jays split the B.C. Premier Junior Baseball League double header.
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by Sheila Reynolds
S
ome of the songs they cover are nearly four
decades older than they are. But that doesn’t
make any diference to members of the band
Orbit.
Tey just want to play good music – and play it
well – whether it’s Te Who’s “My Generation” or
“I Gotta Feeling” by the Black Eyed Peas.
Te quintet of teens and pre-teens of cially
formed last summer and is comprised of lead
singer Sam Hobeyn, lead guitarist Ashleigh
George, bass guitarist Matthew Gray, rhythm
guitarist Gavin Ackerman and drummer Matt
Stockwell.
Te group was started by George and Gray, who
were previously in a band called Te What. Afer
leaving that group, they collected Ackerman, who
takes guitar lessons at the same studio. He was
thrilled to be asked to join afer being spotted at a
year-end recital.
“I was really excited,” says Ackerman, who also
sings backup. “I love music – music is my passion.
My whole family loves it.”
Tey then found Stockwell, who would readily
take the place of their fll-in drummer, and early
this year, afer parting ways with their original
singer, took on Hobeyn to lead the group vocally.
Like many of the band’s members Hobeyn, a
Grade 8 student at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary,
has been performing as long as he can remember.
“I always entertained the family with little per-
formances,” he recalls.
Stockwell admits he was more into hockey than
his drums when the notion of joining a band arose,
but thought he’d try something diferent. And so
far, he hasn’t regretted a thing.
“It’s a really good experience for the future
because I’m working on my stage presence,” says
Stockwell, 14. “I think I’m playing better now and
I’m a lot more confdent.”
Fourteen-year-old Gray, in Grade 8 at Fleetwood
Park Secondary with Stockwell, is pleased with the
current ensemble.
“Tey’re all great players and great performers,”
he says. “We all click very well, even of the stage.”
And though it hasn’t even been
a year since they formed their
“permanent” lineup, Orbit’s gigs
are coming in fast.
Tey’ve played pre-teen dances
and birthday parties, as well as
special events and fundraisers.
Just this spring, Orbit competed
in Surrey City Jam 2010, where
they were fnalists in the pre-teen
category. And more recently,
the group performed at Cyclebetes, a fundraiser
for juvenile diabetes that was held at Elgin Park
Secondary, where the crowd of 200 was four times
larger than expected.
Te kids, however, say bring it on – the more the
better.
“It’s really awesome to get all the feedback from
the audience – knowing they really like you,” says
George, a Grade 6 student at Langley’s Belmont
Elementary. “It makes me and the band play bet-
ter.”
“It just feels great,” adds Gray. “Every time you
get on stage you feel at home.
“It’s really great when you can get out and per-
form, but to be able to do something good, that’s
great, too.”
Hobeyn has been surprised by the speed of the
band’s quick rise in popularity and really didn’t
expect to be playing for such large crowds.
But Orbit hasn’t seen anything yet.
Next week, on June 30, they’re scheduled for a
pre-Canada Day event in Langley that’s expected to
draw thousands.
Ackerman, who’s just fnishing Grade 7 at Ocean
Clif Elementary, has never had that many people
watch and says he’s been known
to have some initial nerves at
performances.
“But then you lose yourself in
the music,” he says, adding the
interaction with the crowd is his
favourite part.
Right now, the young band
is doing cover songs only, but
will soon focus on writing and
performing original material.
“If you think about it, all the bands started doing
covers,” reasons Hobeyn, 13.
Adds Stockwell: “We’re all trying to think about
writing our own songs. I’m looking forward to it.”
Tey’ll likely stick with the straight-up rock
sound they’ve become known for. And then, who
knows? Tey might just be an established band to
watch for.
For the sake of Hobeyn’s future, it better work
out.
“I want to do this long term,” he laughs. “I hon-
estly have nothing else in mind for a career.”
To learn more about Orbit, check http://orbit-
rockband.spaces.live.com or search the band on
Facebook.
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“It’s really awesome
to get all the
feedback from the
audience.”
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DURING THE Vancouver-Whistler 2010 Olympics,
Just Beginnings founder June Strandberg was feld-
ing questions from people from all over the world.
Reporters covering the Winter Games were
fascinated by the story of a small Surrey fower
shop that trained troubled women as forists and
how it won the contract to provide all the victory
bouquets for medal winners.
And most of the reports they fled mentioned
that the program started in a prison.
Strandberg had become used to explaining how
a parole of cer had contacted her years ago about
training female prisoners.
Te prison program eventually shut down, but
a version of it was revived in Surrey at the Just
Beginnings fower shop, which helps train former
prostitutes, recovering addicts and women feeing
violence.
Te women learn the trade in classrooms operat-
ing below the storefront location at 13686 96A Ave.,
across the street from Surrey Memorial Hospital.
Ten came a call Strandberg didn’t expect.
Te warden of a women’s prison in New Mexico
had seen one of the stories and gone to the trouble
to track her down.
He went to the Just Beginnings website to check
them out, then picked up the phone to ask Strand-
berg, a veteran forist, about the Canadian prison
program
“He just kept calling back,” Strandberg said.
During the last conversation they had, the war-
den said he was preparing to pitch the program to
his superiors.
“I really would love to see that program go [to
the U.S.]” an upbeat Strandberg says.
She’s ofered to go to the American jail at no
charge to help them set up a forist training pro-
gram.
During the Winter Olympics and Paralympic
Games, the student forists at Just Beginnings were
responsible for making 1,800 bouquets, as many as
150 a day.
A total of 27 people worked on the bouquets,
with eight to 10 working every day with four
designers, three fower care handlers and two lead
designers.
“It went like clockwork,” Strandberg says.
If you don’t count a few times when the delivery
trucks were running late.
Because the forists always worked a day ahead,
she says the delivery delays didn’t keep any bou-
quets from being ready for podium presentations.
Strandberg began working with troubled women
more than 20 years ago.
At the time, the third-generation forist was run-
ning two retail stores and operating a trade school
for forists.
A parole of cer contacted Strandberg and asked
if she would be willing to train two women who
had recently been released from prison.
Tat led to the creation of the frst Beginnings
program that opened in 1991 at the Burnaby Cor-
rectional Centre for Women.
Afer the Burnaby prison closed in 2003, the
foral training program found a new home at Te
Phoenix Centre for integrated addiction services.
dferguson@surreyleader.com
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training for prisoners
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Olympic coverage of Just Beginnings led to inquiry
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Society celebrates its
24th anniversary with
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lobby along this Avenue
of Art which features
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who got together to
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education in art, and to
participate in art related
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munity. In twenty years,
the membership has
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who work in a variety
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Take a stroll down an Avenue of Art
Exhibit celebrates two dozen years of Surrey Artswest Society
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An acrylic painting by Art Giddings called The Beginning – one of
many works by members of the Surrey Artswest Society now on
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Hansel and Grrretel
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Dodi Barillec (left) plays Grrretel and Julia Fox
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TECH-SAVVY STUDENTS were at their entrepreneurial best
at Simon Fraser University’s inaugural Concept Connection
competition held at the Surrey campus.
Te winning concept is a mobile application called Quik-
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for feedback on potential purchases and other decisions.
Runner-up QuakeAware is an app that enables users to
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ceries, emerged as the winner.
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industry judges. Te winner and runner-up teams share
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or Douglas College valedictorian Julia Collin, the sky is
the limit in more ways than one.
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embarking on my new career and work-
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Surrey resident, who graduated June 3 with a
Post-Degree Diploma in Marketing.
Collin came to Douglas College with a degree
in Ancient and Medieval History from the Uni-
versity of Calgary and a taste for marketing
from her time working in sales as a student.
Afer four years at university, Collin was
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Collin is already well on her way:
She is already settling in as marketing
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passionate about learning, a trait that runs
in the family.
“My mom, Marion, is a very strong woman who suc-
cessfully raised three children and went back to school
at the age of 44 and got her CGA designation at the age
of 49,” said Collin. “She showed me just how impor-
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achieve your dreams.”
Collin says that she may eventually consider
going for her MBA. But whatever fightpath she
chooses, Collin says her main goals are to be
happy be the best she can be.
“I want to be able to look back on my life
and say “Veni Vidi Vici” which is Latin for
“I came, I saw, I conquered.”
Douglas College is one of the largest
colleges in British Columbia, providing a
variety of bachelor’s degrees, university
transfer, career and developmental
programs for over 20,000 students each
year.
Te College is celebrating its 40th
anniversary this year.
For more information, visit www.
douglascollege.ca
Grad’s career takes fight
Lunch with Feenie
Chef Rob Feenie recently paid a visit to North Surrey Secondary School, answering questions and conducting
a cooking demonstration: Lemon-garlic prawn pasta.
Surrey North Delta Leader Friday June 25 2010 39
A wealth of knowledge
Eleven students from Cougar Canyon Elementary
School received bursaries from the Tzu Chi
Foundation recently. In the past school year, nearly
100 Delta students received at total of $13,000 in
bursaries from Tzu Chi to attend summer and winter
camps and spring break activities.
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A poster for Terry
Terry Fox’s parents selected the submission of
Mountainview Montessori student Joshua Kwak
as the winner in a Terry Fox Foundation poster
competition that ran in schools throughout B.C. and
the Yukon. The contest was open to students from
kindergarten to Grade 12. To mark this September’s
30th anniversary of the Terry Fox Run, the winning
poster will be distributed in the fall to every school
in B.C. and the Yukon registered to hold a Terry Fox
run. About 1,450 schools are registered, with each
school receiving an average of three posters.
Akriti Kochher
IN THE heat of mid-
summer, we’re all looking
to add a little extra punch
to our gardens, and there
is one family of plants
that has so much to ofer
but really doesn’t get the
attention it deserves.
Canna lilies have been
around for a long time,
but with interesting new
foliage colours and blos-
soms, they’re experienc-
ing a huge resurgence.
Canna leaves that
resemble
those of
bananas
and fowers
that look
like ginger
lilies add a
refreshing
tropical
touch
to any
container
or garden
bed. Te
problem is we don’t use
enough of them!
I love cannas for their
incredibly easy care, but
they really shouldn’t be
set out in the garden
until it gets warm.
Cannas love not only
the heat of summer but
also, like dahlias, will
carry your garden well
into November.
From a single tuberous
root, they will develop
into huge clumps,
making a magnifcent
display. Tey also come
in low (18 inches or
45cm), medium (three
feet or 90 cm) and tall
(six feet or 180cm) sizes.
Cannas can be used as
foreground plantings
or as giant background
specimens.
We’re all getting a little
tired of the green dra-
caena palm focal points.
Cannas add drama.
Not only do they have
dramatic foliage, but
their various leaf colours
and variegations also
create an opportunity
for some fabulous colour
combinations.
Te yellow and
green striped leaves of
C. Bengal Tiger or the
rich peach fowers with
amazing red, pink and
burgundy stripes of C.
Tropicana
are just a few
of the poten-
tial “wow”
colour com-
binations.
Tere
are dozens
and dozens
of canna
varieties,
but there
are a few
I’m really
excited about.
Black is still where
it’s at, and there are a
number of dark-foliaged
varieties. Te master of
black, however, is Austra-
lia. Tis rather slender
and elegant grower has
almost black leaves with
brilliant orange-red fow-
ers. It’s defnitely a “wow”
plant in my book!
Tere’s one variety that
I’ve had my eye on for
some time now, and it’s
called ‘Constitution’. Its
immense peach coloured
fowers open above rich
light bronze-veined foli-
age. It’s a class act and
would be quite at home
surrounded by dwarf
echinacea.
Perhaps the most stun-
ning of all cannas are the
yellow and green variet-
ies which, by the way, are
all very similar. Striped
‘Bengal Tiger’, with its
rich orange fowers, was
one of the very frst of
the intense yellow and
green striped varieties.
‘Pretoria’ looks almost
identical with melon
orange blooms and
leaves similar to ‘Bengal
Tiger’ but with a tiny red
margin on the outside of
its leaves.
Speaking of stripes,
one of the most popular
of all the striped varieties
is ‘Pink Sunburst’. It has
intense green, orange
and red striped foliage
that changes intensity
with the temperature and
maturity of the leaves. Its
salmon fowers are a true
compliment to its leaf
colour. It’s just a great
plant!
Sometimes we
simply get caught up
in the foliage colours
of cannas and overlook
their exquisite blos-
soms. Today there are a
whole series of designer
colours such as peach,
apricot and pink shaded
varieties that blend in
with our current colour
schemes.
Remember: cannas
are well suited to both
container and garden
bed planting. Tey add
both depth and vibrancy
to any garden, but most
of all, they can instantly
add a magical touch of
the tropics.
Brian Minter is a
master gardener who
operates Minter Gardens
in Chilliwack.
Canna lilies add the
‘wow’ factor to gardens
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Sign up for Summer Reading Club
HEY KIDS: Join the 2010
“Reading Rocks” Sum-
mer Reading Club at
any of the Surrey Public
Libraries. By promoting
good reading habits,
the Summer Reading
Club can help children
improve reading and
literacy skills. Te club
is open to children of all
ages and runs until Aug.
31. To earn a medal, kids
must read for 49 days.
All readers will receive a
bookmark and a reading
log that is their season
pass to plenty of fun,
stickers and great prizes.
Children can take
part in stories, activities,
computer clubs, book
clubs, contests and other
great programs.
All programs are free.
For details on this year’s
line-up of free programs,
visit any Surrey Public
Library or www.spl.sur-
rey.bc.ca.
Registration is now
underway at the librar-
ies.
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Notice of Intent
Proposed Road Closure
Jeffrey Moore, Senior District Development Technician
Lower Mainland District
1065 Columbia Street, Suite 200
Fax: 604 660-8371 Phone: 604 6660-8304
Jeffrey.Moore@gov.bc.ca
File: 2010-00777
Notice is given pursuant to Section 60(2) of the Transportation Act
that the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has received
an application from the Semiahmoo First Nation to permanently
close Beach Road, located south of 8th Avenue on the west side of
Highway 99 within the City of Surrey and that such closed road be
vested pursuant to Section 60 of the Transportation Act.
Beach Road was originally acquired by the Province from the
Semiahmoo Reserve, as shown on Plan 4797 CLSR B.C. Should the
closure proceed, the road will be returned to the Government of
Canada for inclusion in general reserve lands.
The plan showing the proposed road closure can be viewed
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Ministry of Transportation and
Infrastructure Lower Mainland District ofce at the address below.
Any persons wanting to provide comments of support or objection to
this application for road closure should do so in writing no later than
July 23, 2010, to the following ministry contact:
BUSINESS
Self-employed? Does
your business need a
makeover? We are looking
for professionals to join
our chapter. We will help
critique your business
with creative ideas from
the “Business Boosters.”
This is your opportunity
to network with other
professionals, exchange
business cards and give
your business a boost. We
meet every Wednesday at
Ricky’s Restaurant, 8958
152 St. from 11:45-1:15
p.m. Visit www.trbn.com for
more details.
CHILDREN
Hillside Boys and Girls
Club’s Daycamp and Youth
Escape, which will run July
5 to Aug. 27, will provide
a fun-filled, active and
supervised experience
for children, who have
completed kindergarten to
those 12 years old. A wide
variety of programs will be
offered: Sports, cooking,
crafts and trips all over the
Lower Mainland. Your child
has the option to attend
for one week or the whole
summer. The cost is $125
per week for ages 6-9 and
$140 per week for ages
10-12. Call 604-596-9595
for more information.
Play Xbox 360 games on
a big screen at the library.
Games include: FIFA 2010,
Soul Calibur IV, Skate, UFC
Undisputed, Rock Band
1 & 2 and more. Or bring
your favourite game and
teach others how to play.
Four controllers available.
It’s free and registration
is not required. Just drop-
in. Event dates are July 7
from 12:30–2:30 pm at the
Whalley Library (Grades 6+)
and Aug. 3 from 2–4 p.m. at
Semiahmoo Library (Grades
6+). For more information,
visit www.spl.surrey.bc.ca
Bobs and Lolo Children’s
Concert, a fundraiser for
Semiahmoo Family Place,
takes place Aug. 20 from
1-5 p.m. at #13, 15515 24
Ave. Tickets available at
the door or online at www.
semiahmoofamilyplace.com
CLUBS
The Valley Active Singles
Social Club (for singles
45-plus) meets Wednesday
evenings from 7-8:30 p.m.
for info nights and ideas for
activities. Men and women
are welcome. Club members
go to plays, for walks,
bike riding, social dinners
and more. Activities take
place year-round. For more
information, call Kathryn at
604-514-9778 weekdays
from 9 .m. to 5 p.m. or visit
www.valleyactivesingles.ca
to find out about the next
meeting date.
Surrey beekeepers meet
on the third Wednesday of
each month at 7:30 p.m. At
the Honeybee Centre, Fraser
Highway and 176 St.
Are interested in Wood
Carving? The Cloverdale
Wood Carvers Club meets
every Tuesday night from
6:30 pm to 8:45 pm at Lord
Tweedsmuir Secondary
School (6151 180 St.) in
the woodworking class
at the back of the school.
The club meets from
September to June, but
you can join anytime. For
more information, call Alan
Bennet at 604-888-9212,
Ron Langevin at 604-576-
6806 or Don Hammond at
604-589-8800.
The Surrey & White Rock
writers club meets on the
third Wednesday of each
month with exception
of June or July. For more
information call 604-501-
0934 or e-mail ca2003@
shaw.ca
Love to walk, dine, golf,
party or socialize? The
Singles Social and Walking
Club is seeking new
members for exercise and
fun. Call Christine at 604-
575-1248 or Dorothy at
604-594-1260.
Surrey Trekkers Volkssport
Walking Club is for adults
of all ages. Whether you
walk five or 10 kilometres,
slow or fast, we invite you
to join us on trails for fun,
fitness and friendship. For
more information, call Anne
at 604-525-2151 or visit
www.surreytrekkers.com
Borderline Cycling Club,
based in South Surrey/
White Rock welcomes new
members. If you are an avid
road cyclist, but nervous
about joining just any group
ride, our club might be just
what you need. Borderline
Cycling Club is a registered
non-profit society. We are
a group of spirited road
cyclists who love to ride
the country roads in the
Fraser Valley area. Club
applications are available
via South Surrey Cycles at
604-531-5004 or online at
http://members.shaw.ca/
borderlinecycling/
COMMUNITY
The White Rock Community
Arts Council (#90 1959
152 St.) is looking for
local authors to kick off
the next Literary Series.
Four writers will be invited
to participate as readers
during the September
event and have the
opportunity to sell their
books. To be considered,
submit a copy of the book
you’d like to read from and
a cover letter that tells
us a bit about yourself
and your work to the
Community Arts Council’s
office in Windsor Square.
The office is open from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday
through Friday and on
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. If you wish to phone
ahead, call 604-536-8333.
Materials will be accepted
until closing time on July 6.
A committee will consider
all works submitted and
will make a decision
by early August. Books
submitted for adjudication
will be available for pickup
by their respective owners
no later than September
2010.
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DATEBOOK
The Corporation of Delta
4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent
Delta, BC V4K 3E2
(604) 946-4141
www.corp.delta.bc.ca
Cllr. Heather King, Mayor Lois E. Jackson, Cllr. Anne Peterson
Cllrs. Scott Hamilton, Robert Campbell, Bruce McDonald
North Delta Lions Family Day
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Celebrate North Delta Lions Club Family Day at the parade and picnic
North Delta Community Park, 112
th
Street & 84
th
Avenue
We hope to see you there!
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FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
James & Patti Price of Ladner
along with Igor and Natalia
Kravtsov of Richmond are
pleased to announce the
marriage of their children
Laura & Vadim on Thursday,
June 10, 2010 at the Gran
Bahia Principe Resort on the
Riviera Maya, Mexico.
A great beginning for a truly
deserving couple - we wish
you many wonderful years to-
gether!
Jessie, Peaches and Mika raise
their paws in celebration!
6 IN MEMORIAM GIFTS
Tribute gifts
are a meaningful
way to honour
someone special
whether they are made
in someone’s memory or
given to honour a
special occasion like a
retirement, birthday
or anniversary
For more
information call:
604-535-4520
or give online at
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42 LOST AND FOUND
FOUND: CHILDS prescription
glasses, (blue case). Vic. Alder-
wood. Call 604-596-9070.
LOST: BLACK DRESS - Fell or slid
off hanger btwn noon-2pm on June
17th. Somewhere btwn 64th/132nd
and 70th/King George or at/near
Bank of Novia Scotia on 72nd.
*REWARD* Pls call 604-594-2936
TRAVEL
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GULF ISLAND RETREAT
Charming 2 bdrm cottage on
romantic Protection Island near
Nanaimo. Check out the website at
www.paigecottage.com for
pictures and rates.
Email: paigecottage@gmail.com
CHILDREN
83 CHILDCARE AVAILABLE
A Licensed Family Daycare, TYNE-
HEAD CHILDREN’’S CENTRE is
clean, well planned in a quiet area.
Preschool program, ECE teach-
ers. 8434-165 Street, Fleetwood.
604-833-4856
BOUNDARY PARK - SURREY
Providing childcare for toddlers &
preschoolers in a safe, inviting
and thoughtfully organized
environment for play & learning.
*Plenty of toys & indoor activities
*Large fenced yard w/play center,
incls covered outdoor play area
*Arts & Crafts *First Aid Certified
Phone 604-599-3664
For more information.
DAYCARE in Newton, 72/130th St.
Over 20 yrs exp. Early mornings
welcome. Exc refs! 604-597-1964.
SURREY, 67/127th. Little Monkey’s
Family Care has FT-PT spaces
avail. 6am - 6 pm. 778-991-5740.
SUSAN’S NANNY AGENCY
accepting resumes for
Childcare, Housekeeping,
Elderly care
5 F/T nannies w/cars looking for
work, avail now. F/T L/O. Special
needs: F/T L/O, 3 children; P/T 3
days/wk. Avail 3 L/I Filipino & 2
L/I European. Male care aide
looking for live-in position.
Fax 604-538-2636/Ph 538-2624
86 CHILDCARE WANTED
LIVE IN CAREGIVER for 4 kids
plus extra household chores. Call
Joyce 604-418-3887
89 DAYCARE CENTERS
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FOR SEPTEMBER
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Fleetwood, Surrey 152/88.
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Call: (778)394-6540
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Surrey has F/T spaces available.
778-228-8453 or 604-592-2526
Located at
Harold Bishop Elem.
15670-104th Ave, Surrey
Accepting registrations
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• ECE & Montessori qual. staff
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for the position of Coordinator for a one year period – August
1, 2010 to July 31, 2011 with a total of 728 hours at a rate of
$30 per hour.
The Surrey Seniors Community Planning Table is a group of
community members, service organizations, and agencies
who have come together to facilitate seniors’ mobilization,
leadership, and involvement in our community.
The successful candidate will:
• Identify and engage with community members and service
organizations to encourage cross-sectoral involvement to
build a viable and effective network of communication,
support, inclusion, and action related to seniors;
• Identify additional sources of financial support for planning
table activities, assist with applications for support, or solicit
in-kind and cash support to continue the planning table’s
work; and record, maintain and provide regular progress
reports for the Surrey Seniors Community Planning Table
as necessary.
The coordinator is expected to provide the following:
• Home office or access to office space with phone, internet,
and use of a computer
• Ability to travel and work flexible hours as required;
• Valid BC Driver’s License and use of their own vehicle.
If you are interested in this position, please send a cover letter
and resume by Friday, July 2, 2010 to:
Please note that only shortlisted candidates
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115 EDUCATION
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
108 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
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109 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Service Route Account
Representative
* Delivery and manage document
shredding???
* Strong communications
and customer service
* Valid drivers license
class 5 (air brakes preferred)
Management Trainee
* Operations, Finance,
Sales Development Program
* University Degree/College
Diploma
* Excellent verbal & written
communication skills
These positions include:
* Competitive salary
* Medical & dental benefits
* Financial success
and career growth
Please apply to:
info@bestshredding.ca
114 DRIVERS/COURIER/
TRUCKING
CLASS 3 and CLASS 1 TRUCK
DRIVERS NEEDED ASAP. Please
fax: 604-599-8994. Or phone: 604-
728-8110 & 604-771-5334.
115 EDUCATION
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EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
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98 PRE-SCHOOLS
Surrey North Delta Leader • Classifieds 604-575-5555 • Circulation 604-575-5344 Friday June 25 2010 43
Full details at www.ufv.ca/careers
2240-ES
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UFV is a growing, exciting, and welcoming workplace. Come
join 11,000 students and 1,000 employees in our innovative
and comprehensive learning environment.
6-10F_UFV25
Responsibilities
Under the general direction of the Manager, Safety & Security,
the Coordinator, Safety & Security conducts the day-to-day
operations of the security and parking departments, and
works with the Supervisor to help design and implement
the security and parking programs for the University.
Responsibilities include:
• Operating all campus security alarm systems and Digital
Voice Access Channel (DVAC) accounts by trouble
shooting problems, proposing solutions with vendors,
providing technical assistance, calling for services, and
maintaining related systems.
• Coordinating after hour access for contracted services as
required
• Developing, coordinating, and supervising the keying
schedule and locksmith work for all buildings
• Managing key record databases for all buildings
• Ensuring that key control and key issuance is consistent
with UFV policies and procedures
• Executing the assigned security and parking plan for
the University, including special events, and for the
Abbotsford Sports and Entertainment Centre (ASEC)
• Providing on-call support for emergency situations and
after hours security, advising Supervisor of sensitive
situations
• Managing the operation of the evening safety patrol and
the SafeWalk programs
• Assisting with annual fire drills at all campuses and
employee Fire Warden training and education
• Providing day-to-day supervision and coordination of
contracted security services, daytime parking staff, work
study employees, and evening student patrollers
• Assisting with fire inspections with the municipal fire
department; assisting with risk and threat assessments
• Responding to incidents on campus and providing
information and guidance to employees and students as
required
The work schedule for this position includes shift work. Day
shift and evening shift will be within the rotation. Hours of
work are Day shift 8 am – 4 pm and Evening shift 3 pm to 11
pm.
Qualifications
The successful candidate will have a post secondary diploma
in a related field from a recognized institution. Certificate
in a government approved security program. Minimum two
(2) years related experience in field required. An equivalent
combination of education and experience in an institutional
setting is preferred. Experience working with alarm, access
and surveillance equipment and supervising security and
patrol staff is necessary. The successful candidate must have
the ability to work with computers and various Microsoft
Office software applications. Strong interpersonal and
communication skill and the ability to provide leadership
under pressure are necessary assets.
Coordinator,
Safety & Security
BCIT is integral to BC’s prosperity. Our faculty and staff are catalysts in supporting
the growth of future generations. Advance your career with our generous and
competitive benefits packages and career growth opportunities. Because it’s not
just what you do, but what you do it for.
HVAC MECHANIC, BCIT FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
BECAUSE MATTERS.
it
It’s your career.
Get it right.
As part of the Facilities Management team, the HVAC Mechanic will install and
service HVAC systems and carry out planned and emergency maintenance. Ideal
candidates will have a strong understanding of Building Automation, Mechanical
Control Systems, and DDC systems.
bcit.ca/jobs
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
114 DRIVERS/COURIER/
TRUCKING
DRIVERS, 5, needed for long
haul, Class 1, Canada - US East
Coast. 2 years exp, clean
Abstract, mountain winter exp.
Fax resumes to: 778-565-1075.
DRIVERS for 5 ton req’d, designat-
ed routes. Mon-Fri. Email resume,
criminal checked, drivers abstract
to: Wmcintosh@inter-urban.com
or call 1-778-808-9576, atn Warren
DRIVERS for auto dealerships
deliveries. Suit semi-retired or
retired persons. Please fax drivers
abstract/resume 604-596-1262.
DRIVERS: Power sweeping and
water truck. Must be hard working
with good attitude. Nights possible.
Class 5 with air or Class 3. Good
driving record req’d. Exp. beneficial
but will train. Email info@atlasg.net
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS wanted
with experience. (Pup & Transfer).
Fax resumes to: 604-856-9172 or
for info call: 604-807-4040.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER w/Class 1,
air, good experience, clean driver’s
abstract. Wages negot. 1-250-870-
1006. Fax resume 1-250-717-5841
HARLENS TRUCKING Ltd. req’s
LONG HAUL TRUCK DRIVERS
Class 1 Driver’s lic with min 3 years
exp req’d. Able to maintain equip-
ment, keep log book, inspection re-
ports, etc. $22.50/hr, 50hrs/week.
Send resumes: 10716 Scott Rd.
Surrey BC, V3V 4G6,
Fax: 604-957-5265,
email: harlenstrucking@gmail.com
MANDER BROS Ent. Ltd. requires
LONG HAUL TRUCK DRIVERS.
Class 1 Drivers lic with min 3 years
exp req’d. Able to maintain equip-
ment, keep log book, inspection re-
ports, etc. $22.50/hr, 50hrs/week.
Send resumes: 8509 132 St. Surrey
BC V3W 4N8, Fax: 604-599-4051
email:manderbrothers@gmail.com
O/O with 3/4 cargo or 1 ton vans
req’d. Exp. an asset. Please fax re-
sume and drivers abstract attn
Keith 604-579-9981
RAHUL GLASS Ltd. in Surrey is hir-
ing a f/t delivery driver to drive vans
& light trucks to pick up & deliver
goods in the lower mainland. Must
have class 5 driver’s licence with 2
years exp. Person should be physi-
cally fit to load & unload goods,
able to perform pre-trip inspection
and use maps. Salary for this posi-
tion would be $15/hr with 40 hours
per week + other benefits. Interest-
ed applicants may email resumes
to: jobs.rahulglass@yahoo.com
115 EDUCATION
Become a Psychiatric Nurse - train
locally via distance education, local
and/or regional clinical placements,
and some regional classroom deliv-
ery. Wages start at $29/hour. This
23 month program is recognized by
the CRPNBC. Gov’t funding may be
available.
Toll-free: 1-87-STENBERG
www.stenbergcollege.com
DGS CANADA
2 DAY
FORKLIFT
WEEKEND
COURSE
No Reservations Needed
Report to 19358 - 96 Ave., #215
Surrey, Saturday 8:30am
www.dgscanada.com
604-888-3008
“Preferred by Canadian
Employers”
Find a job
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Do you have a disability or
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Call or email us today
for more info about
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The EDGE Program
IAM CARES Society
604-580-2226, email:
christinek@iamcares.ca
INTERIOR Heavy Equipment Op-
erator School Train on full-size Ex-
cavators, Dozers, Graders,Loaders.
Includes safety tickets. Provincially
certified instructors. Government
accredited. Job placement assis-
tance. www.iheschool.com 1-866-
399-3853
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EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
115 EDUCATION
REAL SMART Real Estate Classes, 5/wks. www.realsmartonline.net
121 ESTHETICIANS
Experienced Esthetican/Nail
Tech needed at busy salon.
#102-2000 Enterprise Way.
Kelowna,250-762-6833. Kali
email:klayne813@gmail.com
124 FARM WORKERS
25 FARM LABOURER required, 5
or 6 days/week, $9.14/hr. Farm
work such as planting, cultivate, irri-
gate, harvest blue berry crop. An-
ticipate start date July 1, 2010. Fax
resume to 604-575-9207 or email to
canpacific.vinod@yahoo.ca or call
604-575-9350 or mail to: Can-
Pacific Farms Inc., 4586-176 Street,
Surrey, BC. V3S 0L5
125 FOSTER/SOCIAL CARE
Some great kids aged 12 to 18
who need a stable, caring
home for a few months.
Are you looking for the
opportunity to do meaningful,
fulfilling work?
Qualified applicants receive
training, support and
remuneration.
Funding is available for
modifications to better equip
your home. A child at risk is
waiting for an open door.
Make it yours.
Call 604-708-2628
www.plea.bc.ca
127 HAIRCARE
PROFESSIONALS
B.C. QUALIFIED HAIR DRESS-
ERS avail. to work in Surrey, Ab-
botsford, Langley with Sr. Care-
homes, as vacation/emergency
relief throughout the year. Commis-
sion 604-420-9339
HAIR STYLIST, f/t or p/t. Drop off
resume to: #111 - 6820 188 St. or
call Amy @ (778)574-0708.
STYLIST & ASST
MANAGER OPPORTUNITY
$10 + per hour for
qualified applicants.
If you enjoy team work, a fun
environment and being in a busy
salon, GREAT CLIPS is now
hiring for our busy Surrey and
Cloverdale locations.
Call Keith
778-908-2136
or drop off resume at:
17725 - 64 Ave.
(Cloverdale Crossing)
or 6350 - 120 St
(Boundary Park Plaza)
130 HELP WANTED
Adult Floaters
Required to deliver the
Leader newspaper door-
to-door in the North Delta
area. A reliable vehicle
and a fair knowledge of
the area is a must. Pls
call 604-575-5342 for
more information.
ATTENTION!!
Registration work
$14-18 hr/avg+
No experience needed
Full Industry training provided
STUDENTS WELCOME (18+)
Scholarship programs available
Experience HUGE growth
Call Today
1-866-301-6829
CASCADIA WINDOWS
Requires 5 positions:
1. Production Line Glazier
2. Window Frame Assembler
3. Painter
4. Packager
5. Service Technician (US
citizenship an asset).
Window manufacturing exp. req.
Day & afternoon shifts. Fax
resume to 604 857 4606 or email
to hr@cascadiawindows.com.
Note job applied for in subject
line.
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
130 HELP WANTED
COME JOIN our passionate
and caring team in Duncan at
Sunridge Place, a State of the
Art Complex Care Facility in
the beautiful Cowichan Valley.
We provide quality care in a
true home environment.
To apply please send your
resume to:
join.us@sunridgeplace.ca
Make a Difference in the Lives
of Seniors!
Staff Positions: LPN’s;
RCA’s; Cook; clerical; RN;
Mgr. Rec Therapist (Diploma
Required); Food Service
Worker; Housekeeper; Staffing
clerk; Contract Positions: Pas-
toral Care (10 hours a week);
Occupational Therapist; Reg-
istered Dietitian.
DRYWALL FINISHER, Experi-
enced. Wanted for busy renovation
company. MUST have own reliable
vehicle. Please call (604)535-1632
FLAGGERS NEEDED
If not certified, training available for
a fee. Call 604-575-3944
F/T CHRISTIAN FIELD WORKER.
N. American Mission for First Na-
tions Society (Delta). 3-5 yrs exp.
Grad. $15.66/hr. Fax 604-598-8289
HOLBROOK DYSON Logging
Ltd. has vacancies in the fol-
lowing jobs.
1) Heavy Duty Mechanic
Details can be seen at
http://hdlogging.com/ Fax re-
sumes to 250-287-9259
LABOURER
position available at Industrial
Equipment Manufacturing Ltd.
Industrial Equipment Mfg. Ltd.
designs and manufactures bulk
materials handling equip. typically
used in mining, forestry and tar
sands. The business has been in
operation since 1955 & is located
in the Port Kells area of Surrey.
The successful candidate will
have a valid forklift certification, a
knowledge of shipping and
receiving & material handling in
a steel fabrication shop.
To apply submit resume by
Email to rspeers@iem.ca
or fax to 604-513-9905
LABOURERS & ROOFERS, F/T
for PLANET ROOFING serving the
Lower Mainland. Experience pre-
ferred. Gurmukh 778-863-5044
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
130 HELP WANTED
LEMARE LAKE Logging Ltd., is ac-
cepting resumes for Off-Hwy Log-
ging Truck Drivers, Buckers, Chas-
ers, Grapple Yarder Operators,
Hooktenders, Processor Operators,
Line Machine Operators & ticketed
Driller/Blasters. Level 3 First Aid an
asset. Fax 250-956-4888 or Email:
office@lemare.ca
LIVE-IN CAREGIVER, F/T w/exp to
look after kids; supervision of kid’s
activities; taking care of general hy-
giene; preparing & providing meals.
Sal: $11/hr Knowledge of English,
Punjabi is an asset. Contact Rajesh
Fax: 604-589-0410. Loc: Surrey,
BC. Email: mehanrajesh@yahoo.ca
Local development company is
looking to hire; Labourers
$19/hr. F/T to prepare sites by
setting up material, scaffolding,
ramps & barricades. Assist trade
persons by mixing & applying
material & cleaning up; Site Su-
pervisors $26/hr. F/T for sched-
uling, ensuring deadlines are
met, ensuring material & supplies
are on site in time & the training
of new staff. Send resume to:
CSM Link II Developments Ltd.
204–15955 Fraser Hwy. Surrey,
BC V3S 2W7. Fax 604-591-1490
bmann@ambrossliving.com
MATERIAL HANDLERS req’d. Sal:
$16.50/hr Duties: Load, unload &
move products & materials by ma-
terial handling equipment, Count,
weigh, sort, pack & unpack prod-
ucts. Basic English reqd. Punjabi an
asset. Contact Mr. Pardeep @ Fax:
604-591-1223. Loc. Surrey. Email:
canadiankidswear@yahoo.ca
THERAPY ASSISTANTS, F/T
Assist patients by putting on/off
equip. $17/hr. Send resume to Low-
er Mainland Car Accident Rehabili-
tation Ltd. 102-13805 104 Ave.,
Surrey B.C. V3T1W7. Fax 604-639-
5746. oivancv@carrehab.ca.

Want to advance your career?
Drillers Assistants (labour)

Entry level positions
Job entails:
Lift 25-100lbs, repetitive manual
labor, working outdoors, long
hours, travel in BC, strong work
ethic, team player, multitasking,
self-motivated. Ability to take
direction, valid BC drivers
license, clean abstract, reliable
transportation. Mechanically
inclined an asset.
Provide resume and drivers
abstract to:
careers@mudbaydrilling.com
or fax to 604-888-4206.
No phone calls.
WILD & CRAZY,
CAN’T BE LAZY
Up to $20 per hr, 40 hrs per
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No experience? No problem!
Call today, Start tomorrow !
Call Lori 604-777-2195
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
BURNABY AREA Rest. looking for
exp. Tandoori chef. Must have min.
3yrs related exp and be able to
supervise staff. Salary starting at 19
dollars per hr and is negotiable.
Please contact Miss Kapoor at
778 995 1537.
FOOD COUNTER ATTENDANT
Required for Little Caesars Pizza at
the following locations: Delta, Maple
Ridge,Surrey, Langley & Richmond.
$10.31/hr.
Fax resume 604.541.7199 or
e-mail: gengroupjobs@hotmail.com
130 HELP WANTED
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
LINE COOKS
Required F/T & P/T by busy
Tsawwassen pub. Experience
preferred. Excellent benefits &
wages. Drop off resume to:
1203 - 56 St., S. Delta or
Fax: 604-943-7466 or email:
Shelleylynn2002@msn.com
PASTA COOK needed with exp. for
White Rock Restaurant. Free prk. 4
day/wk approx. 30 hrs. $13/hr. Call
Pierre after 1:30pm. (604)531-6261.
135 INCOME OPPORTUNITY
ACHIEVE YOUR POTENTIAL. We
empower people to achieve their
dreams. At Primerica Financial
Services we show people how to
build their own business by helping
families solve their financial prob-
lems. Fax resume: 1-877-881-9296
139 MEDICAL/DENTAL
BUSY ORAL surgeon in Langley
requires p/t CDA-3 days per week
for mat.leave beginning August.
Fax resumes to:604-532-9687
142 OFFICE SUPPORT/CLERKS

Customer Service
Reps

The most employee and
customer focused plumbing
service company in the Fraser
Valley has openings for a
CSR at our Langley Head
Office. Superior customer
relations skills, computer skills,
and excellent verbal/written
skills are all essential.
Previous phone sales
experience necessary.
If you want a job where you
can make a difference
everyday, and have fun doing
it, send your resume to:

lewismechanical@shaw.ca
OFFICE
ADMINISTRATOR
Overseas Career & Consulting
Services LTD located in Surrey,
BC requires an Office Adminis-
trator for their office. Wages
$20.75 hourly, 40 hrs/week +
other benefits. Main duties: Over-
see & co-ordinate Office Admin
Procedures. Prepare work
reports etc. Apply by Fax: 604-
572-6767 or by email:
info@overseas
immigration.com
OFFICE ASSISTANT F/T required
for high end cabinet doors finishing
plant in Cloverdale. Must have ex-
perience in Microsoft office and
data entry. Wages start at $10.50
per hour. Must be able to work
independently. Please fax your
resume to 778-571-1813.
130 HELP WANTED
Advertise across the lower
mainland in the 17 best-read
community newspapers.
ON THE WEB: bcclassified.com
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
142 OFFICE SUPPORT/CLERKS
RECEPTIONIST
Required immediately, 3 months
minimum, building supply compa-
ny seeking a receptionist with
experience on multi-line switch-
board. Duties include A/R Data
entry, mailing, filing, correspon-
dence etc. Send resume to:
Pacific West Systems
Supply Ltd.
20109 Logan Ave.,
Langley, BC V3A 4L5
or fax 604-534-8062
or email
ssweetman@pacwest
systems. com
130 HELP WANTED
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
156 SALES
6877265 CANADA Inc. Skin Care
retailer is seeking 4 energetic Retail
Sales Reps. for our locations in
Guildford. $12.50/hr. Please email
resume: drwguildford@gmail.com
130 HELP WANTED
44 Friday June 25 2010 Classifieds 604-575-5555 • Circulation 604-575-5344 • Surrey North Delta Leader
Calling All Successful
InSide Sales
Representatives!
We are seeking a successful
inside telephone salesper-
son who is passionate about
selling and servicing busi-
ness customers. Our sales
representatives contact ex-
isting and new business cus-
tomers, outbound selling
(B2B); multiple daily orders,
and a short sales cy-
cle. Intensive outbound
sales is the focus with some
inbound cross-selling and
upselling. This is a great op-
portunity with outstanding
earning potential. We are an
established business with
2,000 employees with a
brand following throughout
the province. Check out our
website at:
www.blackpress.ca
We offer:
• Outstanding earning poten-
tial. Base plus commission.
• Two weeks paid holidays
• Excellent benefits (medical,
dental)
* Pension plan
Qualifications:
• 1 year successful sales ex-
perience preferred (B2B
telephone experience pre-
ferred)
• Outstanding sales skills
• Excellent communication
and interpersonal skills
• Computer and time man-
agement skills
• Advertising, media experi-
ence a plus
Email:
ggreen@blackpress.ca
DRILL MECHANIC Cabo Drilling
Corp. Surrey, B.C. Cabo Drilling
Corp, one of Canada’s larger miner-
al drilling services companies, is
searching for a Full-time Mechanic
for its Surrey, B.C. location. Report-
ing to the Shop Supervisor at this
location, the Drill Mechanic will
work with shop and field operations
in the troubleshooting, repair and
maintenance of diamond drill and
heavy mobile equipment. Your
ability to diagnosis, troubleshoot
and repair hydraulic and diesel
equipment, is complemented by
several years of experience in a
heavy equipment environment.
Familiarity with Atlas Copco Explo-
ration Drills such as Christensen
and JKS Boyles will be considered
an asset. This position also requires
regular travel to projects. This posi-
tion will offer a competitive base
salary, bonus, group RRSP, and
the opportunity to be involved with a
growing company with operations
across Canada and internationally.
Please forward resume in
confidence to: gregg@cabo.ca
Thank you to all those who send in
their resumes. Only those selected
for an interview will be contacted.
Experienced
Fabricator
Industrial Equipment
Manufacturing Ltd.
Industrial Equipment
Manufacturing Ltd. designs and
manufactures bulk materials
handling equip. typically used in
mining, forestry and tar sands.
The business has been in
operation since 1955 & is located
in the Port Kells area in Surrey.
The successful candidate will
have at least 10 yrs fabricating
experience and at least 5 yrs of
CWB certification using
metalcore wire for structural
steel fabrication.
To apply submit resume by
Email to rspeers@iem.ca or
fax to 604-513-9905
EXPERIENCED PAINTER
Capable of quality work. Must have
own transportation. 604-241-0785
Experienced Re-enforcing
Steel Installers Required.
If you are tired of long commutes,
we are now hiring for the new
RCMP Headquarters in Green
Timbers, Central Surrey. Rate
$18-$30 per hour depending on
experience. Medical Benefits.
Please send resume to:
lmsplaces@gmail.com
FLAT ROOFERS
Metro Roofing based in Langley
B.C. requires exp. Flat Roofers,
BUR, torch, single ply (TPO &
PVC). Commercial and Industrial
Projects.
LABOURERS
Also required. Apprenticeship
opportunity available.
Good Wages & Benefits.
Call: 604.888.4856
Fax: 604.888.4827 E-mail:
metroroofing@shaw.ca
www.metroroofinggroup.com
Serious Enquiries Only!
JOURNEYMAN
FABRICATOR
We are looking for dependable
personnel to add to our
production team on a F/T
basis. You must be able to
read blueprints, have a min. of
5 yrs. fabricating exp., and
have exp. in both stainless and
mild steel. You must be able to
work day or afternoon shift.
Please send your resume to:
Knelson at
careers@knelson.com
or fax: 604-888-4013
Attn: Production Manager
SERVICE PLUMBERS
GASFITTERS REQ.

By Fraser Valley
Service Company.

DMust have service
experience.
DMust be neat in appearance.

DMust be willing to learn.

DMust be looking for a great
wage.
DMust want to work with great
people.

If you think of yourself as a
Professional and not just a
plumber - respond today, and
change your life for the better.

Send your resume to
lewismechanical@shaw.ca
or fax to 604-514-1141.
SHEET METAL
APPLICATORS
Metro Roofing (Langley) requires
experienced Sheet Metal
Applicators. Must have min. of 5
years experience installing roof
flashings. All work to RCABC
Standards & Specifications. Vaild
Class 5 D.L. and attention to
detail work a must. Commercial
and industrial projects.
Good wages and benefits.
Call:604-888-4856 E-mail:
metroroofing@shaw.ca
Fax: 604.888.4827
Serious Enquiries Only!
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
BEST HANDS IN TOWN.
Good Rates. Hot Oil. 10077 -
Whalley Ring Blvd. 604-719-5628
MING SPA, Spring Special. $40/1
hr. Perfect body massage, effective
for fatigue, stress & after exercise
or work. 15932-96 Ave, Surrey.
9am-9pm. 604-580-8830.
NEW
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th
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◆ Face / Bikini $65 ea
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236 CLEANING SERVICES
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SERVICE. Professionally trained
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3 hrs. Chris 604-575-1736.
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242 CONCRETE & PLACING
BONNIECRETE Const Ltd
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Ross 604-535-0124
3 Yr Warranty 15 yrs exp
STAMPED CONCRETE
FPatios FPool Decks FSidewalks
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FFinishing FRe & Re
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30yrs exp. Quality workmanship
Fully Insured
Danny 604 - 307 - 7722
UNIQUE CONCRETE
DESIGN
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778-231-9675, 778-231-9147
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257 DRYWALL
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Expert work. Call Dean @
604-543-5566 or 778-228-7662
260 ELECTRICAL
#1 QUALITY WORK,
Big or sm. Exp. Electrician avail.
Reas.rates.604-773-0341. Lic#9902
ALL JOBS Big or Small. Panels,
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Guaranteed work. 604-539-0708
Cell 604-537-1773 Lic. 26110
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Putting the customer first.
Lic# 103993 ~ 604-616-3134
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778-668-0188 wu_alpha@yahoo.ca
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263 EXCAVATING & DRAINAGE
AFFORDABLE Excavating, Mini,
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grading, ditches. 604-841-6644.
281 GARDENING
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
263 EXCAVATING & DRAINAGE
DRAINROCK INDUSTRIES - Drain
Cleaning, Video Inspection, Drain
tile replacement and repairs. Call
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G.L.G Services Ltd.
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Exp. in Comm & Res.
Free estimates!
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cell# 604-249-6934
269 FENCING
1-A1 BRAR CEDAR FENCING,
chain link & landscaping. #1 quality
work and reasonable rates. Harry
604-719-1212 or 604-306-1714
6 FOOT HIGH CEDAR FENCE.
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6 FT FENCING, Retaining Walls,
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PHIL’S FENCING: Custom blt cedar
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& stairs, 604-591-1173, 351-1163
281 GARDENING
#1 QUALITY GARDEN SOIL DEL.
3 to 6 yards delivered.
Visa & Mastercard Accepted.
Call Loren at (604)834-3090
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Insured, WCB Free Est
Arborist Reports
Andrew 604-657-6985
$ Best Rates $
AAA Lawn
A CLEAN CUT Lawn Care, Land-
scape, Mini Excavating, Retaining
Walls 604-220-9097, 604-856-1558
FENCING, pressure washing, land-
scaping, mowing, yard cleanup,
trimming. Free est. 604-502-9198.
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ming, yard clean-up, tree topping
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Raking and Aerating.
Tom 778-895-9030
or 604-582-1875
EB Gardening Complete property
maint. Landscaping, garden, press.
wash. 778-893-1634 604-710-1726.
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fertilizing, hedging, pruning, Rub-
bish Removal. 604-230-0627
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bish Removal. 604-230-0627
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local for all your lawncare mainte-
nance. Call Tars @ 604-614-0565
JAPANESE YARDMAN Triming.
Clean-up. Weeding. Maint. Power
Wash. No BST. Kris 604-617-5561
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
281 GARDENING
COUNTRY WEST
LANDSCAPING & LAWNCARE
• Res / Comm
• Guaranteed Work
• Lic. bonded & Insured
• Reasonable Rates/Free Est.
• Trimming
• Lawncut
• Weeding/Aerating
• Pruning Edging
• Power Raking
• Re-Seeding/Gutter
Cleaning
• Steam Pressure Washing
604-825-0154 or 604-625-8686
countrywestlawn-
care@gmail.com
Milano Landscapers &
Garden Services
Spend more time with FAMILY
or GOING ON VACATION
WE WILL do your YARDWORK
DBark Mulch DAll Soil Blends
DGarden Bed Maintenance
DHedge Trimming DFertilization
DLawn Cutting DPruning
DPower Raking DPower Washing
Ask about our weekly
Maintenance Programs &
other services we offer.
Dan 604-374-2283
MINH GARDENING. Power raking,
Lawn mowing, Hedge trimming,
Lawn Maint. Free estimate. 604-
588-2698 or 604-868-0363
MUSHROOM MANURE
Pick up or delivery. Covered
storage. Call 604-644-1878
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
Small Haul help & yard maint.
Randy at Small Haul. 604-202-3363
or email small-haul@hotmail.com
Soil, bark, Sand, Gravel etc. $25/yd
+ $50 del. Also, Property Maint.
Services avail.Simon 604-230-0627
SPRING CLEAN-UP Pruning,
trimming, power raking, lawn cutting
& clean up. Free est’s. Reas rates.
Andre (604) 773-0544 or 930-2480
SUNNY DAY LANDSCAPING
Spring clean up power rake aera-
tion mowing pruning hedge trim
weeding fertilizing seeding Fencing,
rubbish removal Jay 778-862-2400
287 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
281 GARDENING
WEED FREE MUSHROOM
Manure 15 yds - $110 or Well
Rotted 10yds - $125 Free delivery
in Surrey. (604)856-8877
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
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
Professional with Gutter & Window
cleaning, Pressure Wash. WCB.
FULLARMOURHS.com Jeremy
Testimonials on site. 778-384-3855
▲ Joes External Roof Cleaning
Roof Washing Specialist.
Gutter & Window Cleaning.
* Fully Insured * Licensed * Bonded
21 yrs. exp. Joe 778-773-5730
287 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
A-1 CONTRACTING
Renos. Bsmt stes, kitchens, baths,
custom cabinets, tiling, plumbing,
sundecks. Dhillon 604-782-1936.
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Framing, drywall, painting, plumb-
ing, elec, finishing, concrete form,
free estim. 604-916-7806, 551-8047
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
DECKS - R - US. Sundecks by exp.
European craftsman. Interior home
Renos. Kitchen/bath/bsmt. Insured.
Ivan 778-549-6858
DRYWALL, PATCHING & TAPING
Small renovation jobs welcome!
Call Jatinder, 604-614-3480
Good Quality, Good Serv. & Good
Prices. Reno’s, Repairs, Additions.
Int/Ext. Martin 778-858-0773.
SUNDECK’S & PATIO’S
Vinyl or wood. Stairs, Railings, etc.
40 Yrs exp call Don (604)596-0652
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287 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
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
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
RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIAL
Turf Installation / Seeding
Retaining Walls S Power Raking
Aeration S Pruning S Shaping
Weed / Moss S Fertilizing
Complete Lawn Care / Gardening
Programs. Fully Insured.
604-878-1410
“Building yards for over 10 years”
FREE ESTIMATES
BOOK NOW while there’s space!
Landscape Design, Paving Stone
Patios, Paths & Fire Pits, Retain-
ing Walls, Sod Install & Remove,
Flowerbeds & Gardens, Hauling,
Dumping, Excavation, Bobcat,
and Wooden Fence, Deck, Rail.
BBB, Bonded, Insured and ICPI
2 year guarantee
604-53-BRICK (27425)
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LAWNCARE, YARD CLEAN-UP,
fencing cedar, bobcat service.
Call 604-314-0096.
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.com
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
A Honest Man Moving & Delivery.
Packing, cleaning & carpets. Han-
dyman Services etc. 604-782-3044
SPARTAN Moving Ltd.
Fast & Reliable. Insured
Competitive rates. Wknd Specials.
Call Frank: (604) 435-8240
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
320 MOVING & STORAGE
ABO MOVING
All Moves Big & Small
gets 3 ton truck & 2 men
Friendly, Reliable Service.
Reasonable Rates.

Call:604-512-3587
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
329 PAINTING & DECORATING

ABOVE THE REST “
Int. & Ext., Excellent Prices,
Res/Comm. Free Est.
Written Guarantee. No Hassle,
Quick Work, Insured, WCB.
Call (778)997-9582
AJM
PAINTING
Ticketed Painter
BBB accredited
Free Estimates
Cell 604-837-6699
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
Danny’s Painting.
Interior & Exterior, Free Estimates,
Written Guarantee, full issued WCB
cover. Danny 778-385-5549
INTERVAN PAINTING
* Painting Contractor
* Residential / Commercial
* New construction
* Re-paint Interior / Exterior
We provide the hi-end quality.
WCB, Insured, Free Est’s!
Call Henry 778-288-4560
intervanpainting@hotmail.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
RED SQUARE PAINTING
Top QualityS20 yrs exp.SRef’s
S Interior/Ext., Res./Comm.
S Drywall Repairs
S Kitch & bath cabinet refacing
S Warranty, Seniors Discount
** Competitive Pricing **
604-773-1811, 604-951-3046
~ 10% OFF with this ad ~
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PAINTING
R Interior/Exterior
R Quality Work
R Residential
R Free Estimates!
604-585-4167
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329 PAINTING & DECORATING
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
1 Call Does it All - 2 OLD GUYS
PLUMBING & HEATING, Repairs,
Reno’’s, H/W Tanks. 604-525-6662.
# 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.
ABDUL Plumbing. All repairs, low
rates, same day service, guar’’d
qual work. 24/7. Zeb 604-596-2626
AT PANORAMA PLUMBING,
HEATING & GAS SERVICES. Jobs
Small-Big, Res/Com 604-818-7801
www.panoramaplumbing.com
~ Certified Plumber ~
ON CALL 24 HOURS/DAY

Reno’s and Repairs
Furnace, Boilers, Hot Water Heat
Plumbing Jobs ~ Reas rates
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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
341 PRESSURE WASHING
ACE PRESSURE WASHING
*House Ext *Gutters *Driveways,
*Trucks *Equip. Res./Comm. Free
est. WCB Ins.Ph Bob 778-846-2212
GUTTER cleaning, roof/window
cleaning, hedge trimming, aerating,
Victor 604-589-0356
LOW Pressure SOFT Wash
Mobile homes, T/H
Residential Homes (2 lv) $149.95
Window, Gutter, Cement cleaning
(Insured) 604-513-9543
POWER WASHING
GUTTER CLEANING
Same day service avail. 604-724-6373
353 ROOFING & SKYLIGHTS
ALL TYPES OF ROOFING. Est. 20
yrs Asphalt, Shingles, Cedar. Clean
gutters $80. Gurpal 604-240-5362
AT NORTHWEST ROOFING
Re-roofing, Repair & New Roof
Specialists. Work Guar. BBB. WCB
10% Sen. Disc. Jag 778-892-1530
B & B DUROID ROOFING
Free Est,re-roofing & Repairs. WCB
& Insured. Brad 604-603-2527
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
COMPLETE ReRoofing/Repairs Ltd.
Asphalt, Shingles, Cedar, Flat Roof.
Guart’’d, WCB, BBB. 604-725-0106
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
353 ROOFING & SKYLIGHTS
EAST WEST ROOFING & SIDING
CO. Roofs & re-roofs. BBB &
WCB. 10% Discount, Insured.
Call 604-812-9721, 604-783-6437
J.J. ROOFING. New Roofs / Re-
Roofs / Repairs. Free Est. Ref’s.
WCB Insured. 10% off competitor’s
written quote. Jas @ 604-726-6345
K & K ROOFING LTD.
Re-Roofing & Repair Specialists
WCB Insured.
Conversion from cedar to
ashphalt shingles.
Torch-On & Cedar Shakes.
Free Estimates. 10% Discount
Jag - 604-537-3841
SAVE ON ROOFING
New Roofs, re-roof,
repairs. Free Est. Refs.
* WCB * Fully Insured
We will beat any
competitors quote by 10%
778-892-1266
356 RUBBISH REMOVAL
RECYCLE-IT!
#1 RUBBISH REMOVAL
Make us your first call, we do it all!
Reasonable Rates. Fast,
Friendly & Reliable Service.
604.587.5865
www.recycle-it-now.com
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Remove: concrete / drywall / stucco
trees/junk *Best Deal* 604-773-9479
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Almost for free! Dave
(778)997-5757, (604)587-5991
GARBAGE & JUNK REMOVAL.
Anything and everything. Free Est.
Call Sanjay 778-227-0041 anytime.
YARD & RUBBISH REMOVAL.
Small deliveries, reasonable rates.
Bruce (604) 762-4660 or 596-9991
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
373B TILING
TILE REMOVAL
Free Est’s. Mike (604)862-8772.
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
373B TILING
AN EXPERIENCED TILE SETTER
Interior / Exterior
Call BRUCE @ 604-583-4090
We always advertise with
“THE LEADER”
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 $
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
AMERICAN BULLDOG pups, p/b,
eye patches, 5 wks, ready to go
July 14. $550. (604)819-7958
Aviary Sellout: Opalines & Peach-
face Lovebirds. Breeding pairs,
hndfed babies. $50+.604.536.0288
BICHON FRISE. P/B CKC reg’d
white pups. Tattooed vet ✔
health guar. $750+ Delivery pos-
sible. 604-823-0021 Chwk
BOSTON Terrier P/B pups. Shots
dewormed, parents to view. 8 wks
July 5 $1500. 604-374-0049 aft5pm
CATS GALORE, TLC has for adop-
tion spayed & neutered adult cats.
For info 604-309-5388 / 856-4866
CHIHUAHUA CROSS PUPPIES,
11 weeks, ready to go. Call 604-
596-7642.
Doodles, mini, vet check, born apr
18, blonde, brown, blk, low to non-
shed, $600-$1000, (604)858-3810
English Mastiff pups. Female, reg,
vet ✓. Beautiful brindle. 8 wks old.
$1200-$1500. 604-858-6779
FILA/ MASTIFF Guard Dogs Own-
ers best friend,intruders worst night-
mare. All shots. Call 604-817-5957.
FREE CAT to GOOD family home:
black, 3 yrs old, fixed, with all shots.
Call 604-323-4147.
GERMAN SHEPHERDS: One F, 2
Puppies, 1M, 1F, 1st shots, de-
wormed. $550. 778-863-6332.
Golden Retrievers, 2 female pups,
3mos, 1 blonde, 1 red, adorable,
great w/kids. $750. (604)701-1893
Jack Russell/Mini Schnauzer X
pups. 8wk. 1st shots, vet check, de-
wormed. $300. 604-858-6731
Koi Pond Fish: Assorted colours
& sizes. Call (604)823-6782.
LABRADOODLE pups. Ready to go
1st shots, dewormed. Family raised
Great w/kids $800. 604-857-1254
MALTESE PUPS, (white) born May
4 & 7, paper trained 4F, 3M. $800.
Ready June 30. 604 464-5077.
MALTI-POOS Miniature 4-5 lbs
blk/tan, non shed, hypo-allergenic,
1st shots, deworming, crate trained,
Fam. raised. $875. 604-341-1445
MIN Schnauzer 1 female, tails
docked, 1st shots, dewormed,
hypo-allergic. $550. (604) 761-1994
PETS
477 PETS
Grandview Petland
#10 – 2215 160 St, Surrey
604-541-2329
Pug Type
Pomeranian Type
Shih-Tzu X Bichon
Siamese Type Kittens
Persian Type Kittens
All Petland puppies are vet
inspected & come w/vaccina-
tions up to date, a spay /
neuter incentive, health
guar., training DVD & more!
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.
PANDA KITTENS, adorable, black/
white, 7 wks old, litter trnd, dewrmd,
F & M, $75. Call 1-604-823-2191
PERSIAN KITTENS, reg. Assort-
ment of white, silver & blues. $600.
Health guar. 604-538-1446
Pitt Bull, Blue Nose F, 1.5 yrs old,
friendly; cropped ears, nice mark-
ings. Moving. $800. 604-209-7142
PUG PUPPIES. Very light fawn. 1
M and 1 F. Vet X. 1st. shots, de-
wormed. Pad trained. Social. Home
raised. 9 wks. $600. 604-588-9095
SEALPOINT SIAMESE Kittens
$250. (604)465-3106 Pitt Meadows
SHIH TZU. 12 wks P/B male. Vet ✓,
1st shots. Very friendly & healthy.
$450. 604-250-4360; 604-856-7975
SHIH TZU pups, bk/w, br/w. Home
raised, by exp breeder w/TLC, vet
✔, shots. $595-$645. 604-888-7675
TOY MULTIPOO Puppies, 2 black
males, 1st vac. vet ✓ dewormed
ken. trained $750ea 604-826-8189
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
503 ANTIQUES & VINTAGE
ANTIQUE & Collectible Auction-
Monday June 28 7PM Container of
furniture from England, Westcoast
indian baskets, old paintings &
prints, much more.
CENTRAL AUCTION 604-534-8322
506 APPLIANCES
A-1 Condition. Newer appliances.
1 year warranty. 14651 108 Ave.
Surrey. Delivery (604)588-1925
AT A CLICK of a mouse,
www.BCLocalBiz.com is your
local source to over 300,000
businesses!
524 UNDER $200
MAPLE TABLE & 4 Chairs.
Beautiful, in excellent shape!
First $125 takes. 604-596-7282.
526 UNDER $400
LIV/RM: lrg floral sofa, 2 royal blue
loveseats, 1 coffee table & 2 end ta-
bles. $400/all. (604)572-8344
530 FARM EQUIPMENT
05 MASSEY FERGUSON 1428V
28H.P. $10,000. (604)780-8736.
542 FRUIT & VEGETABLES
FRESH LOCAL Strawberries $9.99
flat. Picked / U-Pick. 5180 152nd.
SURREY FARMS ~ 604-574-1390
WE’RE ON THE WEB
www.bcclassified.com
604-575-5555 toll-free 1-866-575-5777
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
542 FRUIT & VEGETABLES
STRAWBERRIES
Greenvale Farms
Already Picked & U-Pick
6030 248th St.
(take 264 St exit-off Hwy #1
& follow yellow signs)
OPEN M-F 8-8, Sat./Sun. 8-7.
604-856-3626 / 604-855-9351
548 FURNITURE
SOFA and LOVESEAT, very com-
fortable, great for suite, rec room or
cabin. Both for $400. 604-828-
3877.
SOFA SET: Black, 3/str & 2 love
seats, soft fabric, great cond. $650.
obo. SECTIONAL SOFA: Gold,
U-shaped, exc cond: $800. obo.
Call for info: (604)763-1521.
MOVING SALE: Maple dining rm.
table & 6 chairs, buffet/hutch,
$900. Maytag W/D, $150. Single
bed, $50. Phone (604)591-9726.
560 MISC. FOR SALE
AT A CLICK of a mouse,
www.BCLocalBiz.com is your
local source to over 300,000
businesses!
HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best
price. Best quality. All shapes &
colours available. 1-866-652-6837
www.thecoverguy.com
SCOOTER; new Shoprider deluxe
scooter with topper, used 2 months.
$2200 obo. Call 604-574-3667
566 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
COLLECTORS SAXOPHONES
Soprano Buecher Silver 80 yrs old,
excellent condition $2900. Alto su-
per King model all original, good
shape $3500. Baritone Saxophone
1926 Silver CM Conn Ltd, all origi-
nal $4000. Call 604-534-2997
Pianos, upright, 1910 Weber &
1934 Gourlay both include bench-
es. Best offer. (604)795-2406 Chwk
REAL ESTATE
609 APARTMENT/CONDOS
AT A CLICK of a mouse,
www.BCLocalBiz.com is your
local source to over 300,000
businesses!
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
628 INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES
KOOTENAY Lakefront Property.
Multiple cabins $1.6M (250) 608-
7246 www.camplourdes.com
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.
RFR lot 560 square
metres- $360,000: can
accom. 3700 sf home
with basement, prime
subdivision lot w/south
facing backyard, 50 ft frnt
604-599-1646
or 604-538-3237
CLOVERDALE moving sale.
18998-58 Ave. June 26 & 27,
10am-5pm. Rain or shine.
DELTA
MULTI FAMILY
GARAGE SALE
SAT. JUNE 26, 10-4
10574 DUNLOP RD.
Furniture, moving all
must go!
FLEETWOOD: Springfield Gardens
Complex Garage Sale, Sat June
26th, 9am-3pm. 8717 - 159 St.
GUILDFORD
17th ANNUAL
Complex Wide Garage Sale
Glenwood Village on the Park
10584 - 153rd Street
Sat. June 26. 9am - 3pm.
Rain or Shine !
FLEETWOOD
Townhouse Complex
GARAGE SALE
16080 82nd Ave.
Saturday, June 26, 9am-2pm
Lots of Great Items!
Rain or Shine
Multi Family - No Toys. Furn,
household, clothing etc. 8078 King
George Blvd. (behind Kalamar
Rest). Sunday, June 27 - 1 to 4:30.
N. Delta
Don’t Miss THIS!
Huge Complex
Garage Sale
Sat. June 26,
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Arland Mews Co-op
11865 - 80
th
Ave.,
Lots of Great Items
NEWTON: Cougar Creek Complex
Garage Sale, Sat June 26th, 9am-
4pm. 6950 120 ST. Rain or Shine.
SURREY Cntrl. Twnhouse complex
sale: Sat,June26,9am-3pm. No ear-
ly birds. 13302 to 13338 102A Ave.
Surrey
HUGE COMPLEX
GARAGE SALE
Sat. June 26
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Glenwood Village Hts.
6875 - 121 St.
SURREY
MULTI-UNIT
MOBILE HOME PARK
GARAGE SALE
Sat, June 26th, 9am-3pm
6280 King George Blvd.
Household Items, Furniture,
and Lots More!
Surrey
YARD SALE
Sat. & Sun.
June 26 & 27
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
12546 - 96th Ave.
Flowers & shrubs in cedar
patio planters also tomatoes &
herbs.
46 Friday June 25 2010 Classifieds 604-575-5555 • Circulation 604-575-5344 • Surrey North Delta Leader
REAL ESTATE
639 REAL ESTATE SERVICES
All Mortgage, Real Estate Services.
new buyer, one income, retired,
bad/no credit, refinance, consoli-
date, private lending & more 604-
727-6050 No downpymnt mortgage
BUYERS MARKET: All my clients
made profit. Call Rod McRae
604-575-5262. H/L Benchmark
CHEAPER THAN RENT! You can
own 1 br suite w/700 sq.ft.@118
St/88 Ave. N. Delta with $6,450
down & $412/mo (oac). Call David
Royal Lepage 604-781-0969
640 RECREATIONAL
Sunshine Valley
Developments
Camping cabins starting
at $199,000 to lock-up
604-599-3861 or
778-888-4574
660 LANGLEY/ALDERGROVE
HOMES FOR SALE-SUPER BUYS
www.dannyevans.ca
Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. Langley
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
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
CENTRAL SURREY
1 bdrm $770 & 1 bdrm/den $810
suites avail. High security, highrise
bldg. Skytrn. Hot tub/gym/lndry.
NS/NP. Avail now. (604) 439-8848
City Point, 1/bdrm, insuite laundry,
sec prkng. $950/mo. TJ@ Sutton
Proact (604)728-5460
City Point, 21st floor, 2/bdrms,
2/bthrms, sec prkng. $1300/mo.
TJ@ Sutton Proact (604)728-5460
CLOVERDALE 174/57 Ave. 2 bdrm
townhouse $870/mo. Quiet family
complex, no pets, 604-576-9969.
CLOVERDALE 1 br $650+utils, 2
br $825 + utils, available now, 4
appls, n/s, n/p, near all amens.
604-270-4824
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. BRAND NEW CONDOS
7445 Scott Rd. 1 bdrm. & 1 bdrm +
den $950 - $1150/mo. Balconies,
secure u/g parking. NP/NS.
Available now. www.trendliving.ca
604-616-5799 or 604-551-5050
DELTA NORTH
SHANNON GARDENS

The Place to Live in North
Delta. Park Like setting. Quiet
building. References required.
Heat, H/W, F/S, D/W, F/P, in-
suite storage, & U/G Parking.
Heated indoor pool. Crime Free
Program in effect.
Call 604-841-4870
Website: www.apt.rentals.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.

~FREE Rent~

Where do over 300 seniors,
singles, parents & children from
countries all over the world live in
peace & respect?
Survey says:

Kennedy Apt Adult
Ridon Apt-Family
N. Delta (604) 596-9588

“We Got a Good Thing Goin On”

CROSSROADS Enterprises
GATEWAY, 1/bdrm condo with bal-
cony, 3rd floor, clean, 5/appli, u/g
pkng, storage, gym. Nr mall, SFU,
SkyTrain. July 1. $875/mo + util.
N/S, N/P. (778)883-8717
GUILDFORD: 100/150 St. Forest
Manor. Reno’d 2/bdrm; balc/w/view.
N/P, N/S. $850/mo. 778-317-5778.
GUILDFORD, Riverpointe. Exec. 1
bdrn condo. 5 appls. f/p storage ja-
cuzzi, sauna, sec u/g prkg. N/S
N/P. $1,000. July 1. 604-951-8286.
NEWTON 1 bdrm +den. Quiet adult
bldg. Heat, h/water, sec parking. Nr
amens, ns/np. Now. 604-596-9910
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
GUILDFORD - Apartment
- 2 Bdrm apt with 2 appli’s.
- $790/mo.
NEWTON - Townhouses
- 2 Bdrm Units available
- 5 applis.,
- from $1025
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
3 bdrm 1150 sq. ft. from $900.
Quiet family complex with gar-
den-like courtyard, bordering Hol-
ly 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
LANGLEY
CLAYMORE APARTMENTS
1 & 2 Bdrm Apts Avail
$200 Move-In Bonus!
Close to shopping & schools.
Seasonal Swimming pool, and
tennis court. 3 appliances
(fridge, stove dishwasher),
blinds hot water and parking
included. Carpeted throughout.
Some pets welcome.
5374 - 203rd St, Langley
Call 604-533-9780
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
SULLIVAN HEIGHTS - new - 1
bdrm/1 bath coach house. In-suite
ldry, 1 prkg. spot and strg. Ref./cr.
check required. No pets/no smoking
Avail. Imm. $700.00 p.m. Call
Vince, 604-644-0117.
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
Refreshingly Clean
Meticulously Maintained
Quiet Neighborhood
Resident Clubhouse
& other amenities
Crime-Free Certified
Surrey Gardens
Apartments
Adjacent to Grocery Store
www.greatapartments.ca
Owner Managed
Sorry, No pets
Call to view!
604-589-7040
SURREY 2 Bed 2 Bath apt. for rent
starting July 1st; small pets allowed,
on 137th and 76th, Asking $1050
call 778-386-7892 or 604-306-9897
SURREY 66/Scott. New 2 bdrm &
den, 6 appls u/g prkg ament bldg
np/ns avl now $1150. 604-306-4135
Surrey 92/120. 3Bdr 2000sf PENT-
HOUSE modern 2baths 5appls, u/g
prkg $1825 A/C 604-951-7992
SURREY “CityPoint” Nr Gateway
Stn. 1 bdrm. + den corner unit. Np/
ns. $950 + util. Now. 604-727-7228
SURREY
CUMBERLAND PARK
2 Bedrooms Available
New Paint
Call The Manager
@ 604-589-1167
709 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
2720’ COMMERCIAL space. Triple
Net, utilities included. Sprinkled,
heated. Compressor air access.
Chilliwack. $3500. 604-991-4302.
NEWTON CONVENIENT location,
8145 130th St., Surrey, 3,000 -
5,000 sq ft. Call at Danielle
604-628-5613.
PORT KELLS/ Langley/ Newton
Quality Warehouses 1000 - 6,600
sq ft. Call Danielle 604-628-5613.
PORT KELLS OFFICE, 3,000 -
6,000 sq ft. 19358 96th Ave.
Surrey. $7.50 per sq ft NNN.
Call Danielle 604-628-5613
715 DUPLEXES/4PLEXES
GUILDFORD 10529 144 St. 3 Bdrm
1000 sq.ft., 3 appls + w/d, 2 car
prkg, $1000 + utils. July 1. 4 Bdrm
1500 sq.ft., 3 appls + w/d, 2 car
prkg, $1500 + utils. July 15 / Aug. 1.
N/P. Ph: (604)588-1445
733 MOBILE HOMES & PADS
NEWTON MOBILE HOME PARK.
Has 2 large lots available for your
mobile. Call 604-597-4787.
736 HOMES FOR RENT
ALDERGROVE, newer 2 bdrm sin-
gle wide, on shared acreage. Priv.
fully fenced with deck. Incl. shed,
f,s, w/d. N/S N/P. $895 mo. Avail.
immed. Can be contacted Mon-Fri.
9:30-5:30. 604-856-3571
Cloverdale, 18351 Appaloosa
Pl. Nice family home, 5 bdrms,
2 1/2 baths. Lrg deck/yd. July 15.
N/S. N/P. $1700.
Surrey, 7926-145 St. Lrg execu-
tive family home, 4 bdrms, den,
2 1/2 baths. Green Timbers area.
N/S. N/P. Aug. 1. $2300.
Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
view pictures at:
www.croftagencies.com
CLOVERDALE - 3bed room base-
ment house for rent, big yard
available from July 1, 2010. Asking
$1350/month. call Naresh Judge at
604-312-6016.
CLOVERDALE: 58A/174 2/bdrm,
huge front yard. Avail July 1 $1300
+ utils. W/D. (604)719-3195.
FLEETWOOD 94/152. 5 Bdr 2 sto-
rey house,3600s/f,big games rm,2.5
bath, hottub,a/c, beaut landscaping,
nr all amens, ns/np, refs req, $2100
+utils. avail July 1st. 604-729-4381
GUILDFORD 3 BDRM RANCHER,
liv/rm, fam/rm, garage, fncd yard,
storage, backlane. Nr schls. Avail
July 1. $1350+ utils. 604-722-0234
GUILDFORD NEW AD 3 Bedroom
rancher 1bath, ldry, carport, near all
amen. Avail. July 1. 604-506-7825
LARGE 3 BD, 2 1/2 bath + util.,
fenced yard, garage, appl., fire pl.,
close to everyth. N/S, N/P.
Ref./credit check req. 604-881-7117
RENTALS
736 HOMES FOR RENT
N. DELTA. 3 bdrm rancher, 1 bath.
$1100/mo+utils. Huge yd. July 1. Nr
all amen. 604-771-8100, 710-5920
N.DELTA Kennedy Hts, 3 Bd ranch-
er, quiet area nr schools, bus, shop-
ping ctr, avail July 1. 604-780-2125.
NEWTON 3 bdrm. rancher, 2 full
baths, fenced yard, nr. Superstore.
July 1. $1150 mo. 604-825-7778
NEWTON. 3 bdrms. 2 full baths.
Garage. Avail. June 15. N/S N/P.
$1300/mo. + utils. 778-895-1416.
NEWTON, 72/141 St. 4 Bdrm split
level, clean house. Avail July 1st.
$1350/mo. NP/NS. (604)329-8991
SURREY, 106/132A. 3 bdrm ranch-
er. N/P. $1400. Credit check & refs.
req. 604-828-2977, 604-587-5800
or 604-828-2977.
SURREY - 4 BDRM HOUSE WITH
LARGE PRIVATE YARD. CLOSE
TO MORTHRIDGE ELEMENTARY
AT 135th AND 62nd AVE.
$1400/MO REF’S REQUIRED.
AVAIL AUGUST 1. SUSAN
(604)805-0579
SURREY 84/KGH. 3 bdrm. upper, 1
bdrm down, dbl garage, 2 ba, appl.
$1300 + util. Np/ns 1-250-870-1006
SURREY W. NEWTON, elegant 5
bdrm. house, 3 baths, double spiral
staircase, extra lge. liv. rm. Close to
all amens. Quiet c-d-s. N/S N/P.
Aug. 1. $1600 mo. + utils. 604-790-
8076
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
746 ROOMS FOR RENT
SURREY: 128 & 105 Ave. ROOMS
for rent, $375/mo. Avail immed.
N/S, N/P. 604-719-3195 aft 5pm.
748 SHARED ACCOMMODATION
CEDAR HILLS. Furn. room, on bus
route, $500-$600/mo. incl lndry &
utils. 604-585-6926, 778-808-6573.
GUILDFORD area. Furn’d room in
house. Suitable for lady Nd/Nd.
Avail. now, $375. 778-388-5039.
Guildford/Fleetwood/Newton. Furn
/unfurn rooms in new exec home.
$375-$400 incl utils/cbl/ph/lndry.
Avail July 1. (778)889-8676
GUILDFORD: Fully furn. room. Incl
util, cble, internet. $450. Now. 604-
726-1892; 604-580-0844 aft 5pm
SURREY New furn. rooms
available in luxury home. Near
SKYTRAIN / SFU $400-$475 incl.
utils 604-349-9501
SURREY, STRAWBERRY HILLS
Avail July 1st. Furnished or unfur-
nished room available in new 2
bdrm T/H. Priv. bath, shared ktchn
& L/R, laundry avail. House has
been freshly painted, hrdwd flrs
throughout. Close to transit, shop-
ping acrss St. $550 + utils, incl
cable/internet. Smokers are ok.
Must like dogs. Call 778-317-5436.
750 SUITES, LOWER
2 br- all ammen close by. all util
incl. N/S N/P 778-549-7829. Avail
now.
80/124, Bachelor suite, g/l, de-
tached bldg. Pkg/util/cbl incl. NO
SMOKING/PETS. For responsible
person. $500. 604-507-1907.
ALDERGROVE. Avail. July 1. 1
bdrm 600 sq.ft. New lam floors/lino.
Sep. ent. Shared W/D. Incl hydro &
gas $675/mo. 604-857-0059.
BEAR Creek 88/132 huge 1 bd, f/p,
vry clean, nr bus/shops. Cul-de-sac
loc. Ns/Np. Aft. 3pm 604-572-9463
BEAR CREEK. 91/138. Big beauti-
ful ground level 2 bdrm suite. Near
hospital. Incl. utilities. $650 mo.
N/P. N/S. 778-222-5438
BOLIVER HGTS. 114/142 St.
Brand new, Lrg 1 bdrm + den, liv
rm, kitc, full bath. Nr amen. Clean,
bright, quiet, nice furn. Ready to
move in. N/s, $680. 778-316-8298
BOUNDARY PARK (Surrey)
Deluxe lrg 2 bdrm ste. Inste lndry.
$850 total. July 1. 604-626-5680.
CEDAR HILLS. 129/97. Brand new
spacious 2 bdrm. N/P. N/S. Avail
immed. $800/mo incls utils, cable &
laundry. Refs. 604-805-4795
CEDAR HILLS, spacious 2 bdrm,
approx 1,000 sf, $680 incl utils.
Avail now. Phone (604) 710-3108.
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 1 & 2 bdrm
stes. N/P. Incls utils. Nr all amens.
Avail July 1. 778-862-0104
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 1 bdrm.
bsmt. suite in quiet area. No pets.
Avail. July 1st. $525/mo. incl. utils.
No laundry. Call 604-761-3112
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 1 bdrm g/l ste
Incl utils. $550 Avail now NP/NS No
lndry. Ref 604-591-8654, 594-5881
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS 73/148 Lrg 1
bdrm. No lndry, NP/NS $500/mo.
July 1st. 604-537-4455
Chimney Heights brand new lge 2
bdrm ste, avail July 1. NP/NS. $800
incl utils. No cbl/ldry 778-899-2200
RENTALS
750 SUITES, LOWER
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS, 76/152 St.
Newer 2 bdrm suite. N/S, N/P.
$700/mo all utils incl. Avail now/July
1. 604-572-8591 or 604-716-3762.
CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. New 2 bdrm
grd lvl. Pri. ent. Alarm & A/C. $750.
N/S. N/P. Call 604-597-4149.
CHIMNEY HILL 1bdrm gr/lvl, nr all
amens,July1, ns/np, $575 incl hydro
&cble.604-782-2016, 604-507-8864
CHIMNEY HILL. 1 bdrm suite. Avail
July 1. N/S. N/P. $600/mo. Call
604-613-6060
CHIMNEY HILL. LRG 2 BDRM grd
lvl suite. N/S N/P. Avail July 1.
$675/mo. incl utils. 778-549-9141.
CHIMNEY HTS 2 bdm g/l on green-
belt. Avail now. Ns/np, 1 person on-
ly. $590 incl util/cbl. 604-599-5632
CHIMNEY HTS. New 1/bdrm suite.
$550/mo incl util. Avail now. Large.
N/S, N/P. Call 778-891-5083
CHIMNEY RIDGE: 1 Bdrm, new
appls, lam flrs thruout. Sat TV/int
neg. $550. Immed. (604)317-7862
CLAYTON HGTS. Brand New 1
bdrm. $750/mo + utils. N/s, n/p.
Private ldry. July 1st. 604-649-5296
CLAYTON HTS - BEAUTIFUL
BSMT SUITE 880sqft, 2 bdrm &
kitchen (inc W/D), Parking pad -
$895, ns/np (inc utilities & cable)
6756 193 St, tel 778-908-4050
CLOVERDALE, 165/63, 2 bdrm,
wood flrs, d/w, alarm, net, suits 1
person,$750 incl.utils.604-576-6130
CLOVERDALE 181/60A 1 bdrm
ste. Nr all amens, priv lndry. N/P.
Avail now. $575/mo. 604-897-3814
CLOVERDALE. 1 bdrm bsmt suite.
$550 incl utils. No laundry, N/P.
N/S. Avail July 1. 778-317-6590.
CLOVERDALE. 1 bdrm g/l suite. Nr
all amenits. N/P. N/S. $600/mo. incl
utils. July 1. 604-575-3224.
ENVER CREEK. July 1st. Clean. 1
bdrm. $550/mo. Near schools. N/s,
n/p. 778-998-0778; 604-598-9806
FLEETWOOD. 148/88. 2 bdrm.
np/ns. Avail July 1. $700/mo incls
utils. Nr all amens. 604-585-3710
FLEETWOOD. 150/88. 1 bdrm.
np/ns. Nr amens. Immed. $600/mo
incls utils, net. 604-583-8863
FLEETWOOD. 153/81. 1 bdrm grnd
lvl. Avail July 1. N/P. N/S. $525/mo
incls utils. 604-306-3500
Fleetwood. 154/86B Ave. 2 suites-
2 bdrm, $650+ utils. Also 2 bdrm,
upper, 750 + util.No dogs. Nr
amens.604-590-1462/604.644.6221
FLEETWOOD: 156 & 80: 1/Bdrm
a/grd, cov’d patio. NS/NP $550/mo
incl util & cbl. July 1. 604-543-2738
FLEETWOOD, 156/80th. Newer 1
bdrm suite. no lndry. NS/NP. Avail.
now. $550 incl. utils. Suite mature
prof. person. 604-781-8176.
FLEETWOOD 156/81, newer 2
bdrm g/l, 4 appls, f/bath f/yd, cls to
ament, NS/NP, Now 604-507-4807
FLEETWOOD 156A/81A Avail July
15. Newer 1 bdrm. with extra room,
incl. util. cbl & ldry. Ns/np. $700.
604-501-4900
FLEETWOOD 159/88 Ave. 2 bdrm,
spac bsmt ste, $700 incl util. July
15th. NS/NP no lndy. 604-374-6286
FLEETWOOD 159/91A. 2bdr bsmt,
sep ent & alrm,nr amens, Immed.
ns/np, n/laundry, $725 incl utils.
778-886-3438
FLEETWOOD 162/92 Ave. 1 Bdrm,
lrg bsmt. $600 incl utils/cble. Avail
July 1. NS/NP. (604)760-5413
FLEETWOOD. 2 bdrm g/l priv yard.
$700 incl utils. Np/ns. No laundry.
604-572-0982 or 604-488-9247.
FLEETWOOD 2 bdrm no laundry
$950.00 month Call now 604-828-
5624
FLEETWOOD. 2 bedroom suite.
$800/mo. includes utils. Available
July 1st. Ns/np. 604-789-5185
FLEETWOOD 80/168. 1br. bsmnt
suite. $650 incl utilities. n/s. n/p. n/l.
Avail July 1. Call 778-895-4395.
FLEETWOOD. 85/149A. 1 bdrm.
np/ns Avail July 1. $500/mo incls
utils. 604-635-6048, 778-322-6508
FLEETWOOD 85/156, 1 bdrm ste
Nr ament. $580 incl util H/W flr. No
pets. 604-572-9467, 604-317-7543
FLEETWOOD, lrg 1 bdrm, above
grnd, on cul-de-sac, full bath, priv
prk, nr schl/bus, $650 incl utils. Avl
July 1. NS/NP. (604) 599-5550.
FLEETWOOD newer 1 & 2 bdrm, nr
amens. $650 & $800 incl utils/cble.
ns/np, refs, July1st. 604-306-8731.
FRASER HEIGHTS: Lrg 1 bdrm
liv/rm & kitc, sep entry w/patio. Utils
incl. NP/NS. $700. (604)584-9111
FRASER HTS. 104/168, gr/lvl 1 or
2 bdrms. $600 or $650/mo. June
15. ns/np. Nr amen. (778)395-8540
FRASER HTS Lrg bright 2 BR bsmt
ste. Avail Aug. 1. W/D, DW, BIVac,
Alrm, Utils incl. NS/NP, Tim/June
604-581-6725
GATEWAY STN. 1 bdrm suite in
new house. N/S. N/P. Nr school &
bus. $475 + hydro. Ref’s. req. Avail
immed. 604-951-3747.
GREEN TIMBERS: 2 Bdrm, full bth.
NS/NP, pref sgl or cpl, ref’s. $650
incl utils. July 1st. 604-688-8176
GUILDFORD. 2 bdrm. bsmt. suite.
Nr schools & mall. Ns/np. $700/mo.
incl. utils. (604)583-3281 aft 4 pm
GUILDFORD 2 bdrm gr lvl suite, nr
schls/mall, n/p, July1, $675 incl utils
/cble. 604-588-7236, 778-858-2608.
N. DELTA 82/114. 1 bdrm g/l suite.
$500/mo. N/S, N/P, no parties.
Ref’s. required. 604-590-4919
N.DELTA, 9530 119A St. 2 bdrm
suite, lrg bath, students welcome.
N/pets.July15. $650. 604-581-3677.
NEWTON. 1 & 2 bdrm stes. $550 &
$750/mo incls utils. np/ns. Avail
July 1. Call Kim 604-339-8729
NEWTON. 151/71. 1 bdrm. suite.
$525/mo. incl. util. & satellite. Avail
July 1st. N/P. N/S. 604-598-0587
RENTALS
750 SUITES, LOWER
NEW, FRESHLY renovated 2 br
ground level suite in Bear Creek
area. New paint, new laminate
flooring and new blinds on 7 yr old
house. Clean, quiet area. $800 mo.
includes cable and utilities. n/s
Avail. July Contact 604-726-3946
or 694-838-9145
NEWTON: 128/67A: Close to
Kwantlen College. Renovated 1
bdrm suite. N/S, N/P. Incl. util &
cable. Avail immed. 604-543-9611
NEWTON: 2 Bdrm bsmt, 2 yr old
house, near schl/bus. NS/NP. Avail
now. 604-543-8626, 778-863-0463
NEWTON, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, grnd lvl,
over 1500 sf, NS/NP, rent negot,
incl. utils. Jul.15. (604) 594-5276.
NEWTON. 3 bdrm walk-out bsmt
suite. N/S. Cat ok. Avail July 1.
604-374-1799.
NEWTON. 62/142. Brand new 2
bdrm. $750/mo, no laundry. Avail
July 1st. N/P, N/S. 778-237-7874
NEWTON 67A/147B st. Newer 1
bdrm spacious bsmt suite. Avail
July 1st. NP/NS. $550 incl util. Nr
all amen + school. 778-565-1202
Newton: 78A/134 St: 2 bdrm ste,
suit small quiet family. N/P N/S, no
lndry. $650mo incl utils 604-543-
0253
NEWTON. 92/Scott Rd. Large 2
bdrm. suite in new house. Inside
parking. 1 day laundry. Near all
schools, bus & shops. N/s, pet ok.
$850/mo. July 1st. 604-957-1116;
604-807-5020
PANORAMA. 1 bdrm suite. N/S.
N/P. Avail July 1. $500/mo. Call
604-543-7109.
PANORAMA. 2 bdrm. $600/mo
incls utils. np/ns. Nr bus/school.
Now. 604-507-1885, 778-227-8627
PANORAMA 2 bdrm covered deck
cls to bus & schl, NS/NP Avail July
1. $680/mo incl utils. 604-644-3099
PANORAMA. Large, spac., bright 2
bdrm gr lvl, avail. immed., incl utils,
np/ns.604-542-8788, 599-8030
PANORAMA PARK, 139/58. 3
bdrms, 2 full baths, bsmt suite. July
1. $900/mo. incl util. 604-590-6456.
PANORAMA RIDGE, 139/58th. 3
bdrm suite. $980/mo. incl utils/
cable. Call 604-506-3640.
PANORAMA Ridge. Newer 1 bdrm.
suite. $600 incl. all utils., net, alarm,
cable & ldry. Np/ns. 604-649-0660
South Surrey - Beautiful treed set-
ting, 1 bdrm. pri. ent. n/s, $600 Incls
heat & hydro. Refs. 604-599-6820.
SULLIVAN 14699 62 Ave. 1 bdrm
ste. Np/ns $550 incl utils/cbl/int. Nr
amen 604-596-2064, 778-228-6191
SULLIVAN, 150/68 Ave. 3 Bdrm ste
1200 sq.ft.. $950 incl utils. No lndry,
N/S, N/P. Avail July 1st. Call:
(778)317-5374 or (604)597-4387.
SULLIVAN HEIGHTS. Newer 1
bdrm grnd lvl suite, incl utils. Np/ns.
Avail now. Call 778-895-8389
SULLIVAN HGTS. 1 bdrm in newer
home, priv. entry, bath, $500 incl
util/net/cbl. N/P. Now 604-340-8104
Sullivan Hts. 146/62 Ave. Reno’d
1/bdrm suite. Avail July 1. Suitable
for a Single Person Only, N/S, N/P.
$550/mo. incl heat/hydro. Call and
lve mess 604-507-7527
SURREY, 121/95, 2 bdrm, newly
reno’d, $750 incl utils. Cls to bus,
schls, mall. Jul. 1. (604) 582-1095.
SURREY 122B/90A. Huge 2 bdrm
bsmt suite in cul-de-sac, walk to
Walmart, near all amens & bus.
Ns/np, no laundry, avail immed,
$650-$700 incl utils/cable. 604-597-
0981, 604-347-5187, 604-338-1357
SURREY. 132/72nd Ave. 2 bdrm.
suite. $650/mo. incl. hydro. N/p, n/s.
Avail. July 1st. 604-594-7493
SURREY 13277-96 Ave. 2 bdrm.
Liv rm, shrd w/d, $800 incl utils. Cls
to aments.No dogs. 604-951-3802
SURREY 13442 98A AVE. 2 bdrm.,
$650 + utils. Avail. now. N/S N/P.
604-841-6816
SURREY 141A/90th 2 bdrm, no
lndrym avail now $700 incl hydro.
N/Pet. 604-588-1948 604-782-1948
Surrey, 14459-76th Ave. Large
2 bdrm, 1 bath. 2 appls. Lots of
closets. $800 incl hydro. Avail
now. N/S. N/P.
Surrey, 9323-140th Like new 2
bdrms, 1 bath. $900 incl utils.
Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
view pictures at:
www.croftagencies.com
SURREY. 14467 - 78th Ave. 1 & 2
bdrm. suites for rent. NP/NS. Avail.
immed. Call Andrew 604-594-2120.
SURREY, 149/69 Ave., newer 2
bdrm, priv. entr & prking. $700 incl
utils cable. Close to amenities &
Seek Temple. Phone 778-385-4024
SURREY. 149/71. Brand new 1
bdrm bsmt suite, NS/NP, all utils
incl. $650. Immed. (604)351-6730
SURREY. 152/70th. 2 bdrm suite.
NS/NP. Available now. $700/mo
incl cable/hydro. Ph 604-825-9256.
SURREY: 170/80 Ave: Brand new 2
bdrm. Avail now. NP/NS. No lndry
$600/mo incld utils. 604-574-6161.
SURREY, 176/68A. New 1 bed-
room suite. $700 incl. utilities, cable
& internet. 778-242-5852.
SURREY 750$ only!! 2br walkout
bsmt from july 1st 145/61A Ave in 2
yr old hse. includes utilities. quiet
area close to school, laundry,
grocery. call 778-829-3305 now.
SURREY 94/127A St. 1 Bdrm bun-
galow w/use of bkyrd. July 1. $650
incl utils. NS/NP. 604-779-2441.
SURREY - Bachelor Suite for rent
near King George Skytrain
Heat/Light incl. 1 parking $500 Call
604-812-3695 NS/NP
WILLOUGHBY: 2 bdrm 1250 sf ste,
new home $1100 utils/cble incl. NS,
sm pet ok. July 1. 604-626-6114
RENTALS
750 SUITES, LOWER
SURREY Lge 850 sqf 2 bed. Fully
loaded Bell satellite TV, Movie Mag-
ic and B4U, ATN Sony TV, internet.
Suite controlled heat. Park 2 cars in
driveway. Laundry. 7 mins walk to 2
elementary schools. Available from
16 July. $850.00 obo inc utilities.
Ph. Arvind 778 865 0009.
SURREY. Near Central City. Reno-
vated 3 bdrm., 1.5 baths. Np/ns.
Available now. $1050/mo. incl. util.
604-543-3166 or 778-552-2586
SURREY NEWTON, 66/124 St. 2
bdrm. bsmnt suite. Full bathroom,
N/P. Now. $600 mo. utils. incl. No
ldry. 604-596-4237
WHALLEY. KGH/88th. 2 bdrm.
bsmt. suite. Close to bus & school.
Avail. immed. Ns/np. 604-572-8447
or 604-616-4576
WHITE ROCK. New 1 bdrm, priv
entry & patio, 1 blk to beach, all in-
clusive, NS, senior pref. July 1.
$900/mo. 778-292-0630
751 SUITES, UPPER
CEDAR HILL,123/98. 2 bdrm upper
lvl. in new home. Nr bus. N/P. N/S.
$750 utils incl. 604-581-6682.
CEDAR HILL 128/96 Ave. 9391
Wallace Court. 3 bdrm. 1 bath,
$1100 mo. + 1/3 utils. N/P N/S.
Avail. now. 778-565-2073, after
12pm 604-723-2382, 604-507-3156
CHIMNEY HIGHTS LRG. 1 BDRM
SUITE NEW HOUSE $600 N/P N/S
AVAIL NOW CALL 604-583-6532
Green Timbers 9325-140th St.
Newly reno’d, N/S, cat OK.
Upper 3 bdrms, 1 bath.
$1200 incl utils

Call Sheri M
604-535-8080
Croft Agencies Ltd.
view pictures at:
www.croftagencies.com
GUILDFORD ~ Birdland: 3/Bdrm
hse. 1,450 sq/ft, nr school & transit.
$1450/mo incld utils. N/P, N/S. July
1st. 604-589-7981 ~ 604-771-7981.
N. DELTA. 116/87. Quiet 3 bdrm, 1
bath. Nr all amens. $900/mo+utils.
July 15. 604-771-8100, 710-5920
N. DELTA, 75/117
th
3 bdrm mn flr. 2
kit’s, l/rm, f/rm, lndry rm. July 1.
$1200. N/S. N/P. 604-880-6270.
NEWTON. 1/2 duplex. Upper 3
bdrm., 1.5 ba. Small family pref.
$1000. Np/ns. Aug 1. 604-590-8543
SULLIVAN HEIGHTS, beautiful
bright 1 bdrm. suite, 5 yrs. old, new
appl., $550 mo. Avail. now. 604-
543-7878 604-724-9608
Surrey-60th 3 bdrm. 1.5 bath, wood
burning F/P, shr’d lndry. 1 car gar-
age. Rent nego. July 604-506-3825
Surrey. 6289 King George Blvd. Lrg
lot. 4 bdrm + 2 lrg l/rms. Avail now.
N/S. N/P. $1350. 604-590-8123.
SURREY NORTH, Lrg 3bdrm upper
flr, 2 baths. Avail July. $1100 incl
laundry. Lrg balcony. 604-328-2996
752 TOWNHOUSES
Guildford. 2 bdrm t/h, 1½ baths. 5
appls. N/S. N/P. July 1. Hottub,
swimmingpool $800. 604-591-7986.
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
SURREY
MOVE IN NOW!!
Don’t pay until July 1st
3 Bedrooms $1350/mo.
Only 1 left! Family Complex
conveniently located close to
schools, bus, skytrain &
shopping.
5 appliances, gas fireplace,
backyard.
Call 604-830-2501
Website: www.aptrentals.net
SURREY WEST
MOVE IN NOW!
Don’t pay until July 1st!
Only 1 left - large 3 bdrm town-
homes with inste storage or
den. $1300/mo. 5 Appl’s, 1.5
baths, gas fireplace to relax
by. Close to schools, shopping
& transit. Located at Scott
Road & 82nd Ave.
Come visit our park-like
setting
Call NOW 604-591-1600
Website: www.aptrentals.net
TRANSPORTATION
806 ANTIQUES/CLASSICS
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2005
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2009
TRANSPORTATION
809 AUTO ACCESSORIES/
PARTS
ALUMINUM WINCH BUMPER &
skid plate. 4” lift, from 1988 Toyota,
$600. Phone 604-855-7699.
TIRES - four 20” BOSS Motorsport
chrome rim Toyo Tires, 2 weeks
old, $1800. Call 604-531-6319.
810 AUTO FINANCING
TRANSPORTATION
810 AUTO FINANCING
818 CARS - DOMESTIC
1985 MUSTANG convert., red, 5L,
auto, exc. cond. Arizona car. (Col-
lector) $5500. 604-594-9461
1991 NEW YORKER. 5th Ave. SE.
Loaded out, garage kept, mint
cond. Nicest kept car in BC! An eye
stopper! 90,000 miles. Aircared.
Recently spent $3000 on brakes,
tires, tuneup. $4500. 604-541-0018
1993 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE. Dbl
muffler, fully loaded, 4 door, auto,
Aircared. $950. 604-832-8944
1995 MERCURY SABLE, very
clean, good running condition.
$1200 obo. Call 604-888-4669
1998 Cadillac Catera, V6-Air Cared,
4dr, fully loaded 120kms must see.
$3,595 o.b.o. Call 604-534-0923
1999 CHRYSLER CIRRUS LX- 4
cyl. auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW, PDL,
mint. $2250 Langley 604.309.3135
1999 FORD Expedition Eddie
Bauer model, exc cond, very clean
$6500 obo. 604-542-6114
TRANSPORTATION
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1986 JETTA DIESEL, clean, good
running condition 343,000 km,
$1100. obo. Call 604-888-4669
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cond. local $1995 (604)328-1883
1991 BMW 525i, 239,000 kms.
$2250: Rebuilt engine. (604)538-
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1993 HONDA ACCORD, EXR, au-
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brakes $1800. 778-848-7621
1994 Honda Civic LX, spec edit.
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$6000. 604-576-9658
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mic. air. $6000obo. 604-530-7203
1992 26’ OAKLAND 5th WHEEL.
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1995 FORD WINDSTAR LX, 3.8L,
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126k, mint. cond. no accidents,
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2007 GMC SIERRA 1500, ext. cab,
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ACROSS
1. Spoken
5. Auto-finance option
10. Smoldering piece
15. Bedouin
19. Corporate emblem
20. Kind of legend
21. -- da gamba
22. Cod relative
23. Beef cut
24. Monopoly
25. Early stages
26. Blue flag
27. Start of a quip by
Fran Lebowitz: 7
wds.
31. Diviner
32. Stench
33. Roman goddess
34. Longbowman
37. "Don't -- on me"
39. Wild
44. Wobbled
45. Impregnable place
46. NFL player
47. Abbr. in an address
48. Bombard
49. One of the Brady
Bunch
50. -- Alejandro Castro
Ruz
51. Barge
52. Sorry
53. Just wonderful
54. Lists of choices
55. Coral island
56. Port in Israel
58. Jots
59. Profoundly
60. Part 2 of quip: 6
wds.
64. Peculiarities
65. Prevailed uncon-
trolled
66. Dispatch boat
67. Rugged
68. "Taras Bulba" author
69. Merchandise
71. Mil. abbr.
74. Baptism, for
example
75. French painter
76. Rabbit in "Water-
ship Down"
77. Reed and Rawls
78. Apply
79. Recluse
80. Enciphered
81. Cocktails contain-
ing lemon juice
82. Brought about
84. Cleaner
85. Peak in the Cas-
cades
86. Football's Umeny-
iora
87. "-- Well that Ends
Well"
88. Uncork
89. End of the quip: 6
wds.
99. Jai --
100. Caribbean island
101. Holmes or Couric
102. European capital
103. Italia's capital
104. Prongs
105. Wear down
106. Lifetime TV sitcom
107. Acute
108. -- nous
109. Old Roman name
110. Small drink
DOWN
1. Earthenware vessel
2. Crucifix
3. Exchange fee
4. Unlikely winner: 2
wds.
5. Burbank or Vandross
6. Miscue
7. Be next to
8. Casement
9. In all respects
10. Conjured
11. City in Belarus
12. Nonsense!
13. Gen. Robert -- --
14. Sound of mind
15. Buddhist doctrine
of nonviolence
16. -- avis
17. Like
18. Truman or Myerson
28. Hebdomad
29. Unmixed
30. Kind of doctor
34. Reptilians
35. One of the Titans
36. Pitiless
37. Lockup
38. Megaphone
crooner -- Vallee
39. A Gorgon
40. Lines of rotation
41. Harsh-sounding
42. NASA program
43. Base
45. Clergyman
46. Fey and Louise
49. Puts in restraints
50. Malodorous
51. Cook's creations
53. Song
54. Archetype
55. Shield used by Zeus
57. Audible whisper
58. Metal mold
59. Delaware AFB
60. Cook a particular
way
61. Pressed
62. Anxious
63. Was brave enough
64. Strum idly
68. Departed
69. Fully open
70. State with confi-
dence
72. Short
73. Greek mountain
75. Impel
76. Abandoned
77. Foreign term in
popular use
79. To beam light
80. -- of personality
81. Former Big Apple
stadium
83. Ancient Greek
84. Delight
85. Body organ
87. Yellow
88. Cuprite or hematite,
e.g.
89. Listen!
90. Succulent plant
91. Idem
92. "-- go bragh!"
93. Smallest piglet
94. Cocoyam
95. Corpuscle
96. River in Belgium
97. Exile's isle
98. Range
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