Experience Fraser project progressing.

p3
B.C. Views
HST debate heats up
as vote nears. p6
Maple Ridge was the only mu-
nicipality in Metro Vancouver
where the number of homeless
people increased in the past
three years.
One hundred and two people
were found to be homeless in
Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows
during the 2011 Greater Van-
couver Homeless Count con-
ducted in March, according to
a census released Tuesday by
Metro Vancouver.
That is up from 90 in 2008.
Of the 102 – 40 were housed
in emergency shelter facilities,
while one person was listed as
having no fixed address.
The municipalities were the
only places in Metro Vancou-
ver where the number of street
homeless rose – to 61 from 40.
The biggest drops in street
homeless were found in Vancou-
ver (down to
145 from 815),
Surrey (down
to 231 from
307), the Tri-
Cities (down
to 27 from
76) and New
Westminster
(down to 39
from 72).
The results
of the cen-
sus didn’t
surprise staff at the Salvation
Army’s Caring Place shelter in
Maple Ridge.
“We knew there had been an
increase, but it’s always shock-
ing to see it on paper,” said ex-
ecutive director Kathie Chiu.
The shelter has seen a steady
increase in demand for its meal
services in the past year and
now serves an average of 10,000
meals per month, up by 1,000
since the beginning of fall.
Maple Ridge has also lost sev-
eral “single room occupancy”
facilities since the last home-
less count.
Only municipality in Metro
where number rose
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Homeless count up in MR
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May long weekend
Aidan Knutsen (left), 5, his sister Breanna, 8, and friend Hailey Chuka, 7, stoke a campfire in Golden Ears park Sunday evening. See more park photos, p4.
Girl sexually
assaulted in
Pitt Meadows
staff reporter
Police are warning the public about
a sexual assault that took place ear-
ly Thursday in Pitt Meadows.
The alleged incident occurred be-
tween 3 and 4 a.m. on Thursday, May
19, near a 7-Eleven store on Harris
Road, according to Ridge Meadows
RCMP’s Serious Crimes Unit.
A teenage girl got separated from
a friend and met up with a man she
did not know. They walked a short
distance away, where the man sexu-
ally assaulted her.
The suspect is described as a His-
panic-looking male, 25 to 35 years
old, with a stocky build, long dark
hair, and some facial hair.
Investigators and a police dog
searched the area, but were unable
to locate a suspect.
“I want to alert our citizens to this
event, both for their safety and in
an attempt to identify the suspect,”
Supt. Dave Walsh said.
See Count, p13
Opinion 6
Tom Fletcher 6
Looking Back 17
Arts&life 27
Community Calendar 30
Sports 33
Classifeds 36
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B
.C.’s new premier liked the idea of
stitching together 300 kilometres of
trail along the Fraser River from Hope
to Vancouver.
Christy Clark got an update Friday about
the Experience the Fraser project, which
dreams of a multi-use trail on both sides of
the river, joining culture, recreation, tourism
and exercise.
“We’re hoping to make this an interna-
tional tourist sight,” comparable in impact to
the Seine River in Paris, or the Rhine River
in Germany, but mostly benefiting the local
population, said MLA Marc Dalton.
The group, included Langley Coun. Gayle
Martin, Mission Mayor James Atebe and
Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley Regional
District representatives reviewed progress so
far, including two demo projects, one in Mis-
sion, the other in Langley.
Dalton is on the Experience the Fraser team
and said the premier was “excited about the
whole project and sees it as a real legacy for
future generations.
“She was very much taken with the whole
project.”
Experience the Fraser was launched two
years ago with $2.5 million in seed money.
Two million of that was for developing a con-
cept plan, most of which has been done, in-
cluding two brainstorming sessions to ensure
input from all sides.
The remainder went to the Langley dem-
onstration project, a trail that opens in July
connecting Fort Langley to Derby Reach Re-
gional Park and Golden Ears Bridge; and for
building a Spirit Square on the Mission river
front.
Dalton said the basic framework is now in
place with buy-in from about 20 agencies.
Most of Phase 1 of the plan, consulting with
the agencies, has been done, allowing for the
more practical task of implementing the proj-
ect over several years.
“The plan is there. We are still finalizing
different things. Part of that is community
outreach.”
A map has been created to identify the vari-
ous tourist attractions for the first 160 kilome-
tres.
“We have done the preliminary work and
now we’re moving forward.”
Much of the system is already in place, such
as the trails along the Fraser and Pitt river
dikes, Dalton pointed out. The existing Trans-
Canada Trail also composes a large of the
network.
“But we’re trying to link everything and
provide a long-term vision for both sides of
the Fraser River.”
In Maple Ridge, Experience the Fraser will
likely hook up with Kanaka Creek Regional
Park and could see connecting trails that head
north and east to Mission. The east and west
end points of the project will connect with the
B.C. Interior, places such as the Kettle Valley
railway trail and the Sea to Sky corridor.
It’s going to take awhile to connect every-
thing, but it’s not an endless project, Dalton
said.
It’s a long-term vision, one that has to be
considered as development proceeds.
Dalton noted the Fraser group made the
same pitch to the Liberal government caucus
two weeks ago, so all the MLAs know what’s
going on.
“Things are moving forward. There proba-
bly will be some gaps, but we’ll work through
those as time progresses.”
Experience the Fraser in Maple Ridge re-
mains a work in progress. Much of the route
in western Maple Ridge could be composed of
existing bike paths or sidewalks, said Bruce
McLeod, manager of parks and open space.
But the challenge would be continuing east
of Port Haney train station. The district even-
tually wants to buy river front between Port
Haney and Kanaka Creek Regional Park,
where a log sort yard sits now.
Doing so would allow a waterfront path as
far as Albion Industrial Area, but moving
eastward beyond that would be more diffi-
cult. A pathway through the Albion Industrial
Area would have to circumvent industry that
needs access to the river.
Building a riverfront route east of 240th
Street to Mission would be even more diffi-
cult because right of ways would have to be
acquired.
McLeod wanted to wait until council gets
an update of the project before giving more
details.
Experience Fraser project progressing
At some point it will stay sunny for a while
– so get that camera ready and start captur-
ing the beauty of Maple Ridge.
Then enter them in the “A Year in the Life
of Alouette Valley” contest, organized by the
Alouette Valley Association.
People can enter in four categories – na-
ture, wildlife, activities and youth – and they
have until Nov. 15 to get in their photos.
The Alouette Valley Association is spon-
soring the competition and inviting Maple
Ridge residents to submit photos in the four
categories as a means of raising interest and
awareness in the area around the North and
South Alouette rivers. So far, 54 photos have
been entered, one them featuring a bobcat,
another showing coyote pups.
Bruce Hobbs, with the AVA, expects that
number to increase once the good weather
arrives. And he’s not expecting Robert Bate-
man-type images either, pointing out it’s an
amateur contest.
The event is co-sponsored by The News and
Wildplay Elements Park and top photos will
win prizes from local businesses.
Anybody can enter any number of photos
but the challenge is to take the photos in
what’s considered the Alouette Valley. A
map showing the area is on the AVA’s web-
site, avalley.ca. The street boundaries for
the area consist of anywhere north of 128th
Avenue, west as far as Neaves Road and east
to Golden Ears Provincial Park.
Hobbs said a recent story about out-of-town
realtors being impressed with Maple Ridge’s
rural nature is gratifying, particularly the
mention of 132nd Avenue, which the Alou-
ette Valley Association wants to turn into a
“recreational roadway” by reducing speed
limits and making it safer for pedestrians,
cyclists and horses.
The group also plans to attend the opening
of the North Alouette Greenway Bridge this
summer that will allow people and horses
to cross the river at 136th Avenue, north of
the Maple Ridge Equi Sports Centre, without
disturbing fish habitat.
“It’s going to open the whole thing up for
recreation.”
That will allow horseback riders, walkers
and cyclists to make circular loops in the
area and give residents in the Silver Valley
subdivisions access to the Pitt Meadows dike
trails without having to use 132nd Avenue.
Contributed
The framework is in place for one trail connecting Vancouver to Hope. However, property would have to be acquired between Maple Ridge and Mission.
Group wants river to do for local
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VICTORIA – My
feedback on the har-
monized sales tax
debate is running
hotter as taxpayers
await Premier Chris-
ty Clark’s “bold”
changes to the tax,
due to be revealed
any day.
In response to sev-
eral angry readers,
I will restate what I
had hoped was obvi-
ous by now. All but
the poorest consum-
ers (myself included) are paying more
tax under the HST than they were
under the old provincial sales tax. The
richest pay by far the most.
The “embedded” PST has been
removed from many products, but evi-
dence isn’t yet clear that this is being
passed on to consumers, as economists
predict. What is clear is that busi-
nesses are benefiting. What is still in
dispute is what businesses are helped
most.
Doug Donaldson, the NDP MLA for
Stikine, objected to my statement last
week that he was wrong about the
HST beneficiaries being “Liberal donor
corporations.” So again I will state the
obvious, that forest, mining and other
resource companies donate to the B.C.
Liberals. (The NDP is on record as
wanting to increase corporate income
and capital taxes.)
Donaldson goes wrong when he speci-
fies “corporations” rather than small
business. Consider the forest industry.
Over the past 20 years the entire B.C.
industry contracted out its harvesting
operations, based on the well-tested
principle that independent contrac-
tors are more efficient than inflexible,
strike-prone major forest operators.
That has been a painful process, not
just economically but in terms of
worker safety. But it’s exactly the kind
of global-market shift that is being
imposed on B.C.
As mentioned last week, you may
not like that, but you shouldn’t believe
those who try to pretend it’s not hap-
pening. And those big “corporations”
had their major machinery and equip-
ment exempted from sales tax long be-
fore the HST. It’s the small contractors
who are now getting the benefit.
NDP finance critic Bruce Ralston
notes that anyone can incorporate for
tax purposes. It’s common for doctors,
dentists and lawyers such as Ralston.
But is it practical to expect the owner-
operator of a logging truck to do that?
The independent truck drivers I’ve
met are more concerned about paying
their next fuel bill than hiring a lawyer
to incorporate them. Increasingly it is
immigrants who drive trucks, out-
working the resident population to get
ahead as immigrants have always had
to do.
Speaking of immigrants, the situa-
tion in Vancouver real estate is worth
noting. One of the things HST was sup-
posed to severely depress was high-end
new housing, now subject to the seven-
per-cent provincial portion of HST once
the prices exceeds $525,000.
What has happened? Offshore buyers
are pushing costs out of the reach of
B.C. residents who aspire to an ocean
view. In many cases these are “satel-
lite families,” taking advantage of our
clean, stable, safe jurisdiction on the
Pacific Rim. Mum may drive the kids
to private school in a Range Rover,
but the family reports little or no
Canadian income. The only way these
residents will pay a share is through
consumption taxes.
I have also argued that migration of
retirees will dominate B.C.’s population
growth in the coming years. This is
another group that reports less income
but has significant consumption.
A recent B.C. Stats study shows that I
overstated the impact of retirees. Since
1961, only seven per cent of migrants to
B.C. have been 65 or older.
Younger people are coming here to
work, and increasingly they will be
self-employed or in small business.
The NDP supports lowering small
business income tax to zero. They
should also support the HST.
Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter
and columnist for Black Press
and BCLocalnews.com
(tfletcher@blackpress.ca
twitter.com/tomfletcherbc).
HST debate heats up as vote nears
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EDITOR, THE NEWS:
Re: God doesn’t want you
to get lost eternally (Acts of
Faith, May 20).
Les Warriner and I both ap-
preciate freedom of speech,
but I don’t agree on is: Rita
Chretien’s survival was due
mostly to her faith, be it in
her husband, God, the pow-
er of trail mix, or all three.
The way the article is writ-
ten and its obvious intent
pains me. Mr. Warriner
implies that because Mrs.
Chretien read her bible
plenty, God decided to save
her. I guess God decided her
husband’s love for his wife
over his bible ought to cost
him his life. All his years of
bible study and pew filling
were in vain. Fickle love?
Spiteful love?
Also, he wrote: “with God
all things are possible. And
he is a God who takes plea-
sure in rescue missions.”
When Mrs. Chretien was
found, there was no rescue
mission going on. Just some
God fearin’, good ol’ boys
with guns, mucking about
on their ATVs. However, af-
ter she was found, a search
team was assembled for her
husband.
What kind of God would
“take pleasure in” a rescue
mission that only prolongs
false hope and, ultimately,
disappointment. Sadistic
love?
I assume Mr. Warriner
was brought up in a good
home and was taught to
never tell a lie. And I sus-
pect that he believes that he
wouldn’t ever tell a lie. How-
ever, when he presumes to
know the mind of God and,
furthermore, implies to the
masses that we have just
witnessed a divine interven-
tion, I wonder if he realizes
that he is dancing on a thin
line.
If he wants us to have faith
in his opinions and preach-
ing, I would recommend
more conviction and less
suggestion.
GRANT BAKER
MAPLE RIDGE
EDITOR, THE NEWS:
Re: Haney Place Mall presents new
plans (The News, May 6).
Having again read the good news
about the coming facelift of our down-
town mall, I am very concerned that
major expansions of parking lots are
planned.
We must understand that such huge
concrete surfaces contribute to global
warming and the poor air quality we
have here in Maple Ridge.
Every time I check the Greater Van-
couver air quality, I see with appre-
hension that Maple Ridge is the worst
in carbon dioxide (could be a result of
farming?).
However, I understand that it is neces-
sary to plant shade trees in the parking
lots to minimize the concrete heat pro-
duction.
Already the downtown area has seen
loss of trees, green space and the plant-
ing of spindly trees that give no shade
what-so-ever. Let’s not do that, Maple
Ridge. Let’s plant many, many shade
trees and keep this community green,
even at the loss of a few parking spots.
HELGA URIA
MAPLE RIDGE
EDITOR, THE NEWS:
Re: Realtors treated like royalty by Ridge (The News, May
18).
After having read last Wednesday’s front page article, I
am now fully able to understand my latest outrageous tax
bill. As you can imagine, I am bubbling over with happiness
that the famed realtor/developer bus tour went off without
a hitch. I only wish my home had been on the route. I would
have liked to have seen their dollar-sign eyeballs steaming
up the bus windows as they rounded the corner into my
neighborhood. Panic would surly have ensued as the tour
guides noticed the RVs proudly parked in their driveways.
And like the Grinch who stole Christmas, they would have to
think up a distraction and think it up quick, so as not to spoil
the affects of their much toiled over beautification tricks.
SUSAN WEBB
MAPLE RIDGE
EDITOR, THE NEWS:
Re: ‘Keep green space in public
hands’ (The News, May 18).
I have promoted the improvement of
the core area for many years, hoping
that condo buildings and small busi-
ness would take over and make the ac-
cepted downtown viable and exciting.
Just as these things begin to take
precedence, with a real life planning
council, along comes a backward step
proposal by some that either a mu-
seum take a present green spot in Me-
morial peace Park, or worse yet, that it
stay grass.
The museum makes sense if this was
Fort Langley, which has made its en-
tire main street a peek at the past.
Leaving the downtown lot empty
would be a boon to the homeless.
Levelheadedness is needed when
planning, not emotional ideology.
LORNE RIDING
MAPLE RIDGE
We have to protect,
enhance our assets
Stay levelheaded about park
Tax shift designed to beneft society as a whole
EDITOR, THE NEWS:
Re: Stop with the throw-
ing good money after bad
(Letters, May 20).
I’d like to thank you for
the free dinner I had this
evening. You see, I had a
wager with a friend that
Wayne Clark would have
one of his melancholic
rants published again (as
he seems to have every
week).
The narcissistic tone of
his letter today strikes me
as both ignorant and rife
with anti-HST propagan-
da.
The tax shift is designed
to benefit our society as a
whole.
Consequently, there will
be winners and there will
be losers.
Unfortunately, for the
proletariat of British Co-
lumbia, it is the bourgeois
who create employment,
so the occasional tax break
isn’t beyond reason.
I’m sorry, Mr. Clark, not
everything is about you.
The reality is abundantly
clear: without the HST,
British Columbia becomes
seven per cent more ex-
pensive to invest in.
Telus should book the
moving trucks to take their
non-location-specific op-
erations back to Alberta;
Shaw, you, too.
NICHOLAS SMITH
MAPLE RIDGE
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What was it, Les, God or the power of trail mix?
EDITOR, THE NEWS:
Re: Realtors treated like royalty by Ridge (The News, May
18).
I read with pleasure in last Wednesday’s News that on
its recent tour to Maple Ridge, the Real Estate Investor
Network immediately understood what a wonderful place
Maple Ride is to live.
On 132nd Ave, a few short minutes from the downtown
core, realtors were able to see that Maple Ridge is about
natural beauty, recreation and lifestyle. Development need
not destroy these key assets – but it will, unless we begin to
recognize and protect what we have.
Development should not take place in isolation but must
be part of a larger picture that seeks to preserve our most
precious assets. The benefits are abundantly clear – a great
place to live and a great place to invest.
For several years, the Alouette Valley Association has
been proposing that we upgrade 132nd Ave. and 224th Street
for a recreational roadway. The objective is to safely service
both the recreational needs of existing residents and the in-
creasing numbers of new people moving into the area, as
well as help protect the abundant wildlife that we have in
the area. The area is already used extensively by cyclists,
horse riders, runners and hikers. But as traffic increases, it
is becoming less and less safe to use.
As was obvious to the visiting realtors, the road provides
important links to the dikes and major parks of Maple
Ridge, and is amazingly close to downtown.
The new multi-use North Alouette Greenway Bridge be-
ing built at the end of 136th Street completes the loop and
further enhances the concept.
We hope that the visiting realtors have provided the inspi-
ration required to move this much-needed project forward.
BRUCE HOBBS
MAPLE RIDGE
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Re: Extrafundingfor SDNo. 42 (TheNews, May 20).
For asmall school of 150students, this $15per-student increaseamounts to
$2,250, or theequivalent of twonewcomputers. Notethat primary students
arenormally charged$25-$35inthefall tocover extraart supplies, suchas that
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Be aware
“The investigation
into the sex assault is
just starting, and we
will make all attempts
at identifying, and
charging, the person
responsible.
“In the meantime, I
want all our citizens,
in particular females,
to be aware of their
surroundings.
“If you encounter a
situation you feel is
not safe, please feel
free to contact us,
and a police officer
will attend to investi-
gate. The main goal of
Ridge Meadows RCMP
is the safety of our
citizens.”
He added that RCMP
were forced to delay
releasing information
about the sexual as-
sault because the vic-
tim was traumatized.
• Anyone with any
information about this
crime is asked to con-
tact Ridge Meadows
RCMP at 604-463-6251.
A man accused of deal-
ing drugs from an apart-
ment in Pitt Meadows
was cleared of criminal
charges Friday because
his father laid claim to
the illegal stash.
Justice Murray Block
found Christopher Leigh
Harmes not guilty on
several weapons and
drug possession charges,
although he had doubts
about the evidence given
by the man’s father, Earl
Harmes.
A 9 mm handgun, a M1
carbine assault rifle, am-
munition for both, as well
as marijuana, cocaine,
crack cocaine, heroin,
methamphetamine and
money allegedly associ-
ated with drug traffick-
ing were found by police
on Dec. 17, 2009 after of-
ficers executed a search
warrant at an apartment
on Ford Road.
Christopher Harmes,
who was on probation at
the time, was taken into
custody and eventually
faced 11 charges, includ-
ing six related to fire-
arms and four counts
of possession for the
purpose of trafficking a
controlled substance.
Following his 27-year-
old son’s arrest, Earl
Harmes denied knowl-
edge of the guns or
drugs in his apartment.
But his testimony
changed when he took
the stand as a witness
for Crown.
Earl Harmes told the
court that the guns were
bought by him from
“some guy” for $900 be-
cause “he feared for his
life.”
He claimed the drugs,
found stashed in the
bathroom, bedroom
closet and freezer out-
side, were also his.
The father said he
was using crystal meth
at the time, and known
as “Earl, the squirrel”
because of his propen-
sity to hide things every-
where.
He said the large
amount of cash found in
his home was from the
sale of drugs.
Crown pointed to a
plastic box found in the
same bag as the guns
that contained a score
sheet, weighing scale
and letter from Christo-
pher Harmes’ girlfriend,
as evidence that it was
the son who was in-
volved in trafficking.
Police, however, were
unable to forensically
link the son to the drugs
or guns found in the
apartment.
There are reasons
to be skeptical of Earl
Harmes’ evidence, said
Justice Blok, and one of
those is the change in
his story.
“He gave evidence that
provides a possible ex-
planation for the plastic
container in the same
bags as the guns. More-
over, he testified he took
active steps to conceal
the drugs from his son,”
Blok said.
“Although I view the
evidence with some
skepticism, I am unable
to say that it is utterly
unbelievable.”
Witnesses who give
evidence in court can-
not have their testimony
used against them in
other proceedings.
Earl Harmes faces no
criminal charges as a
result.
Christopher Harmes
currently faces similar
charges for drug traf-
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last week, Frederiction
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it will be up to the prime
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Kamp served the last
two terms as parliamen-
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fisheries minister Gail
Shea.
“We’re expecting to
hear in the next short
while,” Kamp said
Thursday.
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the prime minister.”
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Harper’s new cabinet
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dations, so there are fewer places
for us to find homes for people in
the community,” said Chiu.
The shelter is also seeing an
increase in people from out-
side Maple Ridge, some drifting
through town from as far away
as Calgary and Nova Scotia.
This year’s count also identi-
fied a growing homeless youth
population, one that was tallied
at 29 this year, up by 22 from
2008.
Chiu said the growing youth
population shows there is a need
for a low-barried youth shelter in
Maple Ridge.
“These are the next genera-
tion of kids coming out of foster
care,” said Chiu.
Putting a dent in the homeless
numbers will mean increasing
the availability of affordable
housing locally.
“But at the same time, nobody
wants to build public housing
because they think they create
ghettos,” she said.
The continued rise in the home-
less population doesn’t sit well
with Maple Ridge mayor Ernie
Daykin.
He doesn’t see as many people
on the street when he is down-
town and he’s stopped receiving
weekly phone calls from resi-
dents complaining about home-
less camps.
He wants to find out what
methods were used by census
volunteers to tally the homeless
this year.
“If the numbers are borne out,
we will work with them,” said
Daykin.
“It doesn’t seem right given
the fact that everyone else had
their numbers go down. It seems
at odds with my own sense of
what’s out there.”
When Metro Vancouver con-
ducted its last count in 2008, the
number of homeless people in
Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows
more than doubled from the pre-
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found to be with no roof over
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The total number of homeless people
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this year’s count:
• Vancouver – 1,605 (up from 1,547
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• Surrey – 388 (down from 402);
• Tri-Cities – 47 (down from 94);
• Burnaby – 73 (down from 86);
• Langley – 60 (down from 86);
• New Westminster – 124 (no change);
• North Shore – 117 (down from 123);
• Maple Ridge – 102 (up from 90);
• Richmond – 48 (down from 56);
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It’s in the mail so don’t
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ing a postal strike.
The District of Maple
Ridge mailed out its
property tax notices
May 18, earlier than
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five-per-cent penalty
added to the amount
owing and a further
five per cent on Sept. 2.
People can also apply
online for their home-
owner grants. There
are also hardship tax-
deferral program and
a low-income grant
supplement. Go to ma-
pleridge.ca for more
information.
Taxpayers will be
paying on average five-
per-cent more in taxes
this year compared to
last.
Maple Ridge tax bills already in mail
They’ve had their
chat with the MLA
Marc Dalton, but Wilf
McIntyre and Renee
Tyson still don’t agree
with the local Liberal
on taxes and petitions.
Tyson wanted to
meet with the MLA
a few weeks ago and
tell him she opposed
his plans to look at the
names of those who
signed the recall peti-
tion against him, but
a scheduling mix-up
prevented that.
But on Friday, the
two spent an hour
with the MLA in his
constituency office on
Dewdney Trunk Road.
“I did go and I did
see him. What I would
like truly is if he would
apologize to the people
[who signed the peti-
tion.] Whether he will
or not … we’ll see,”
said Tyson.
Dalton, MLA for
Maple Ridge-Mission,
said later that he
wouldn’t look at the
petition sheets.
Earlier this year,
about 2,500 people in
the riding signed the
petition organized by
the Done With Dalton
campaign because of
the Liberal MLA’s sup-
port of the HST.
Organizers stopped
collecting names after
Premier Christy Clark
announced a mail-in
referendum on the
Harmonized Sales Tax
in June and July. Or-
ganizers would have
had to collect more
than 14,000 names in
order to force Dalton
to resign and call a
byelection.
M c I n t y r e
also asked
Dalton to
apologize to
petition sign-
ers for consid-
ering looking
at the names,
but said Dal-
ton repeated
the govern-
ment position
that the HST
would be good
for the province. “He
just defended the gov-
ernment’s position.
So we went around in
circles.”
He also challenged
Dalton’s claim that a
significant number of
people were confused
when they were sign-
ing the recall petition,
thinking it was an an-
ti-HST petition.
Mc I n t y r e
said Dalton
couldn’t give
any numbers.
“We can get
him in the
next election.
He’ll have to
answer to the
people in two
years,” McIn-
tyre said.
Mc I nt y r e ,
who helped
in the recall
petition, said he and
other supporters will
work with the Fight
HST campaign against
the HST in the leadup
to the mail in referen-
dum on the tax next
month.
“Hopefully we can
win the HST vote.”
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family on trail near
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continued walking in the
opposite direction of the
family.
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with a grey goatee and
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I
magine Maple
Ridge around 1900
without Lougheed
Highway and without
motorcars. People
were living in isolated
communities, walk-
ing for miles, carrying
loads, some riding
on horseback, others
occasionally driving
carts or wagons, all us-
ing the unpaved roads,
muddy in winter, dusty
in summer.
For most, the Fraser
River was still the highway,
and the train, available for the
15 years then, was growing in
popularity to reach the new city
of Vancouver.
Stretches of River Road con-
nected only some of the com-
munities on the Fraser River.
Dewdney Trunk Road, when
it came in 1906, connected the
hinterland communities.
“Whonnock and Ruskin,
although not more than three
miles apart, are as effectively
isolated as if on separate
islands,” writes Mr. Beckett,
Clerk Municipal Council to Mr.
Devlin, Indian Agent.
The letter written by Mr.
Beckett concerned a plan to
move the Correction Line road
(96th Avenue) down from the
upper part of the Whonnock
Indian Reserve. The present
road crossed Whonnock Creek
at an “extensive ravine” with
steep grades on both sides of
the creek that made it
“a steep pull for a team
of horses,” and “quite
impracticable.” A
proper bridge could be
built at that spot, but
the cost, estimated at
$2,000, was considered
prohibitive.
By building an
alternative road with
a crossing of the creek
at a better spot, money
could be saved. The
municipality therefore
endorsed a proposal by
Charles Wetham of Ruskin to
construct a new road through
the Indian Reserve.
The deviation would start
from 96th Avenue in the
northwest corner of the reserve
going down to the railroad,
where the road would follow the
tracks for a short distance and
cross Whonnock Creek over
a simple trestle bridge. Then
the proposed road would climb
up again to meet to the 96th
Avenue in the northeast corner
of the reserve.
It was assumed by the plan-
ners that such a road would
be as beneficial to the people
on the reserve as it would be
to the white people. In real-
ity, Chief Fidelle’s people
would have less use for it than
suggested, and the new road
would encroach on the lives of
the residents of the reserve as
it would run straight through
the centre of the village and
pass their church and a few of
their houses by within a few
feet. Then there would be the
required fencing.
The new road would also take
away from what little land Chief
Fidelle’s people had left that
could be used for growing crops.
Taking for granted the con-
sent of Chief Fidelle and his
people and without making a
formal request to the Indian
Agent, arrangements were
made to survey the road.
Civil Engineer Hill and an
assistant arrived by train at
Whonnock from New Westmin-
ster. Accompanied by Messrs.
Whetham and Spilsbury, they
entered the reserve and started
work. Everything went all right
until they reached the houses
and the church and started driv-
ing stakes in the ground.
As an article in the Colum-
bian put it: “This the Indians
objected to. They [the survey-
ors] were ordered to desist, and
finally the Indian women pulled
up the stakes and assumed such
a threatening attitude, that the
surveyor and those who accom-
panied him, were forced to leave
the reserve.”
After hearing Chief Fidelle’s
people, the Indian Agent
recommended and Indian Af-
fairs agreed that this plan be
dropped, its only object being
some money savings for Maple
Ridge at the detriment of the
residents of the Reserve.
Building a bridge over Whonnock Creek
Looking Back
Fred Braches
See Look, p19
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A few years later, the
people of Ruskin and
Whonnock did get the
desired improvement of
the road connecting the
two villages, although
not the new road
promoted by council
in 1901 and rejected by
Chief Fidelle’s people.
From the beginning,
Councillor T.J. Hodgson
had voiced his objection
to Mr. Wetham’s plan.
He had proposed only a
slight deviation mainly
away from the steep
ravine, thus reducing
the grades and allowing
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smaller bridge. Coun-
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bridge is long gone.
Fred Braches is a lo-
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in Whonnock.
Bridge now long gone
Contributed
Two proposed deviations of 96th Avenue in the Whon-
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mently rejected Mr. Whetham’s proposal, but accepted
Mr. Hodgson adjustments of the road.
Look from p17
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F
or Manon Laviolette, it was a dream
job.
Six days a week shovelling hay,
cleaning stalls, feeding and grooming 49
horses.
“I smelled like a horse the whole time,”
says Laviolette, seemingly proud of the
odour she acquired while working with
Cavalia, an equine extravaganza that
wrapped up performances in Vancouver
last month.
Featuring acrobatics, dance, aerial art-
istry, live music and dozens of magnifi-
cent steeds, Cavalia is a tribute to horses
and a celebration of the relationship that
humans and horses have shared togeth-
er.
For Laviolette, who runs a horse riding
camp in east Maple Ridge, it was every-
thing she could wish for.
She snagged the job because she hap-
pened to be in the right place at the right
time.
In March while attending an annual
horse bazaar in Langley, Laviolette sad-
dled up to the Cavalia booth and began
chatting with a man behind the desk.
By the end of the conversation, he en-
couraged her to apply for a job at the
show, which boast a mostly French-
speaking cast.
Two days later, Laviolette was at Caval-
ia’s temporary stables in False Creek car-
ing for Percherons, Mustangs, a Comtois
and Pure Spanish Breeds.
“I didn’t even ask my husband if I could
take the job,” she says.
“I packed my bags on Monday morning
before the interview.”
To understand what the job meant to
Laviolette, you need to delve into her his-
tory.
She got married on a horse. Her beloved
horse Kamana, a Mustang Percheron,
was her wedding present.
She and her husband Larry St. Onge
would spend summers near Pemberton
with the wild horses, she completed a 25-
mile ride when she was six months preg-
nant and only stopped riding two weeks
before her daughter Amanda was born.
If she could, Laviolette would be with
horses all day.
“I’m a compulsive horse nut,” she says
with a laugh.
On the first day at the Cavalia stables,
Laviolette noticed many of the horses had
their ears “pinned”, a signal that told her
they were not happy.
“I just massaged their foreheads and got
them to calm down,” says Laviolette, who
greeted every horse with a kiss when she
started her day.
Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
(From front) Amanda St. Onge with her Mustang quarter horse Ruby, Pétit Prince , her mom Manon Laviolette and Kamana, a Mustang-Percheron.
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Being ‘horse whisperer’ pays of
by Moni s ha Mar t i ns
staff repor ter
Manon Laviolette worked with the
horses who starred in Cavalia
Contributed
Horses perform ‘Carrousel’ in Cavalia.
See Horses, p28
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Joe Robinsmith will sign copies of his
first poetry book Heartsongs – From A
Cowboy’s Soul at Black Bond Books
this week.
The book is a compilation of poetry
and song lyrics written over the past
seven years, including three poems
written by Robinsmith’s 16-year-old
son Colton.
While Joe Robinsmith’s poetry deals
with love, life and relation-
ships, his son’s tackles world
issues such as homelessness,
soldiers in Afghanistan and
Iraq, world peace and world
hunger.
Born in Burnaby, Joe Rob-
insmith grew up on an iso-
lated ranch in Lytton.
The hard knock days of his
youth helped to shape him.
He says speaking his soul
has helped him to exorcise
the demons within, while at the same
time helped others realize that they
are not alone.
The Maple Ridge resident is cur-
rently working on an “international
collaboration on light and dark.”
The project entails collaborating
with more than 20 poets from around
the world to compile a book
that explores both the darker
side of humanity and life
and the light and beauty that
saves a person from those
dark places.
He is set to release a second
poetry book – Heartsongs II –
in November.
Heartsongs – From A Cow-
boy’s Soul is available through
Amazon.com and locally at
Black Bond Books in Haney
Place Mall as well as at Waves Coffee
at 207th and Lougheed Highway.
• Joe Robinsmith and his son Colton
will be signing books at Black Bond
Books on Saturday, May 28 at noon.
Arts&Life
Songs from a cowboy’s soul
Songwriter Joe Robinsmith
publishes his frst book
of poetry
Musician auditions
The Bergthorson Academy of Musical Arts is looking for a
talented troupe of musicians for the comic opera Iolanthe, set to
play the ACT next year.
Bergthorson is currently accepting applications from musicians
with at least three years experience. The instruments needed: 1st
violin, 2nd violin, viola, cello, bass, trumpet, trombone, French
horn, fute, 1st and 2nd clarinets, oboe and percussion.
Auditions will be held on June 20 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Ap-
plication deadline is June 6. Rehearsals for Iolanthe will begin in
September. The cost of the program is $5 per week to cover the
expense of the rehearsal facility and the conductor Josh Dean.
Info: Bergthorson Academy of Musical Arts at 604-467-6613.
Contributed
Joe Robinsmith and his children.
Ridge actress in Eurydice
Maple Ridge actress Tirra Dent
plays the “Big stone” in Eurydice,
which opens in Vancouver this week.
Eurydice is a modern version of the
Greek myth about Orpheus and his
wife Eurydice.
This adaptation, written by Sarah
Ruhl, focuses on Eurydice and her de-
cent into the underworld, where she
finds her father.
The creatures that inhabit this
world are a Nasty Interesting Man, a
Chorus of Stones, and, of course, the
Lord of the Underworld, who makes
his entrance on a tricycle and later
grows 10 feet tall.
Eurydice is played by up-and-com-
ing actress Joey Bothwell.
Bothwell can be seen in a support-
ing lead role alongside Halle Berry in
the feature Frankie and Alice, which
was shot in Vancouver.
Directed By Missy Cross, this Se-
cretly Women Production plays at
Studio 16,1555 West 7th Avenue (at
Granville) at 8 p.m. from Wednesday,
May 25 to June 3.
• Tickets: ticketstonight.ca
Modern retelling of the Greek
myth of Orpheus
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Stave Falls Spillway Gates Reliability Project
and Completion of Gantry Crane Installation
The Stave Falls Spillway Gates Reliability Project
has begun. The project involves the replacement
of the four existing radial spillway gates and the
existing radial gate hoists. To operate the gates,
BC Hydro installed a new crane in 2010. This crane
is required to lift and lower the gates and is moved
into position on a rail that is embedded in the
roadway. BC Hydro will be replacing these rails
starting mid-May, 2011. A one lane closure of
Dewdney Trunk Road for six to eight weeks is
required to complete this work. Priority access will
be given to emergency vehicles and the school bus.
Periodic road closures of Dewdney Trunk Road will continue to be required over the next two years to
facilitate the replacement of the spillway gates. In general, these will be short-term (10–15 minutes)
or single lane closures. To install the new gates, a full road closure of approximately three days will
be required four times during the two-year project.
Loop Trail will be closed over Blind Slough Dam during construction. BC Hydro will re-open road
and pedestrian access over the dam when construction schedules allow (e.g. primarily evenings
and weekends).
HAYWARD LAKE RESERVOIR LOWER WATER LEVELS AND
HAYWARD STREET ROAD CLOSURE
Reservoir Drawdown: May 24–June 24
Road Closure: May 30–June 24
Starting May 24, 2011 the Hayward Lake reservoir water level will be lowered to accommodate
annual maintenance on the Ruskin Dam spillway gates. Lowering of the reservoir will begin on
Tuesday, May 24 to reach the elevation of approximately 34.5 metres in four days. Hayward Street over
Ruskin Dam will also be closed Monday to Saturday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. from May 30 to June 24.
Lower than average water levels will expose steep shorelines and slippery slopes along Hayward
Beach and the entire reservoir shore. The beach can be used with caution, but the water will not
be accessible. The Hayward boat launch and dog beach will be closed. The picnic grounds will remain
open and available for public use. Trails will remain open; however hikers will be unable to complete
the Railway/Reservoir Trail loop due to the closure of both Ruskin Dam and the Floating Bridge at
Hairsine Creek.
An environmental management plan has been developed to protect fish and wildlife during the
lower water levels.
The water will begin rising again on Friday, June 24, 2011. Normal operating levels will return well
before Canada Day, July 1.
For more information on these projects, visit bchydro.com
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By the time the Cavalia caravan
packed up and left, Laviolette’s work
mates referred to her as “the horse
whisperer.”
She says she has an affinity for hors-
es, enjoys their company, their grace
and unconditional love.
She’s like to eventually trade in her
cleaning business for one that deals
with everything equine.
“They are calm and understand
you,” says Laviolette. “When I feel sad
or angry, I go see them and they calm
me down. They just listen, never talk
back.”
• Manon Laviolette hosts an open
house on Sunday, June 12 at Amanda’s
Horse Camp, 10288-264th Street in Ma-
ple Ridge. There will be trail rides for $5
and everyone who attends will receive
a gift certificate valid for six months for
rides or lessons. Info: 778-999-6952 or
visit www.amandashorsecamp.ca.
Arts&Life
Open house at horse camp
Horses from p27
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Wednesday, May 25
• Hammond Elementary
School (11520 203rd Street,
Maple Ridge) is hosting a
Medieval Carnival from 4
to 8 p.m. The fun includes
carnival games, cake walk,
jousting match, pie-eating
contest, costume contest
and more. Contact the PAC at
hammondPAC@gmail.com for
more info.
• First Yennadon Scout
Group will be having
their early registration for
2011/2012 for Beavers (ages
fve to seven), Cubs (ages eight
to 10), Scouts (ages 11 to 13),
Venturers (ages 14 to 17), and
Rovers (ages 18 and up) from
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles’
Hall at 23461 Fern Crescent
adjacent to the Maple Ridge
Campgrounds.
Friday, May 27
• Hominum Fraser Valley
Chapter meets at 7:30 p.m.
The group is an informal
discussion and support group
to help gay, bi-sexual and
questioning men with the
challenges of being married,
separated or single. For infor-
mation and meeting location,
call Art at 604-462-9813, or
Don at 604-329-9860.
Saturday, May 28
• The Maple Ridge
Antiques Road Show will
be visiting the Maple Ridge
Public Library from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Scour your attics, search
your basements, dig out your
granny’s trinkets and bring
your treasures to the Maple
Ridge Public Library to have
them evaluated by certifed ap-
praisers. For more information,
please call the Maple Ridge
Public Library at 604-467-7417.
• Rhododendron Day at
Whonnock Lake Garden
from 1 to 4 p.m. Participate in a
hands on mini-workshop about
rhododendrons. For more infor-
mation contact Scot Henney at
604-464-7979.
• The Haney Farmers
Market welcomes the Maple
Ridge Museum and Community
Archives to the Market on Satur-
day, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Salad
greens, baby spinach and herbs
are arriving. There will also be
a salad dressing demonstra-
tion and tasting at 10:30 a.m.
Storytime is at 10 and 11:30
a.m. Graham and Carly enter-
tain. The market takes place at
Memorial Peace Park on 224th
in downtown Maple Ridge. For
more information, visit www.
haneyfarmersmarket.org
• 583 Coronation Squad-
ron, Royal Canadian Air
Cadets, are having their 57th
Annual Ceremonial Review at
the Golden Ears Winter Club
from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Family,
friends and anyone interested in
the Air Cadet program are wel-
come to attend and learn about
cadets. For more information on
the cadet youth program (ages
12 to 18) please call 604-462-
9388.
Sunday, May 29
• The Alouette Field
Naturalists travel to the
Othello Tunnels east of Hope
for spring fowers. Meet at 9
a.m. on 228th Street between
Lougheed and Dewdney to car-
pool. Call Duanne at 604-463-
8743 for more information.
• The Ridge Meadows
Hospice Society is holding
the 14th annual Vistas Run in
Whonnock. Registration avail-
able at the Running Room. Visit
www.ridgemeadowshospiceso-
ciety.com for more information.
• A walk to raise money
for Cystic Fibrosis research
takes place at 10 a.m. at the
south end of Harris Road in
Pitt Meadows at 10 a.m. at the
end south end of Harris Road,
by the airport. The 2 km will
be along the Pitt Meadows
dyke. Refreshments and prizes
available. Bring a donation
or just come out and walk to
show your support. For more
information, visit http://bit.
ly/iXoLvl
Monday, May 30
• Local student, Saman-
tha Stanley, is holding a
fundraising dinner from 5:30 to
8 p.m. at the Roast Bistro, 102
- 22456 Lougheed Highway to
help fund her volunteer work
experience to Kenya this sum-
mer, where she will be building
a school and teaching English
to local children. This event
features dinner, music, videos,
a toonie toss, silent auction,
door prizes, and caricatures.
Tickets are $15 each. To
purchase email samie@shaw.ca
or call Terry at 604-339-2492.
For more information www.
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Monday, May 30
• Come learn about prize
winning rhodo fower
trusses at the monthly Fraser
Valley Rhodo club meeting
at 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew’s
Heritage Hall, 22279-116th
Ave, of the Haney By-Pass. All
are welcome to attend.
Tuesday, May 31
• Family members who
have a child with autism are
invited to attend a presenta-
tion called Navigating the
Maze of Autism Intervention
at Ridge Meadows Association
for Community Living, 11641
224th Street, Maple Ridge from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The presenter
is Dennis Tal of ABA Learn-
ing Center (abacentre.ca) For
more information or to RSVP
please contact Tracy Hewgill,
Family Support Worker at
604-467-8700 ext. 119 or tracy.
hewgill@rmacl.org.
• The Downtown Maple
Ridge Business Improve-
ment Association is present-
ing its free monthly business-
to-business event, hosted
by Cythera Unique Boutique,
22362 Lougheed Highway from
5:30 to 7 p.m. Discussion topics
will be 2011 Summer and Fall
promotion. Bring your sugges-
tions and any topics of member
interest concerning Downtown.
All BIA members and interested
guests welcome to attend this
informal meet and greet.
Refreshments provided. Please
call 604-467-2420 or inquiries@
downtownmapleridge.ca and
RSVP today.
Wednesday, June 1
• The Maple Ridge/Pitt
Meadows Chapter of the
Vancouver Area Cycling
Coalition is celebrating Bike
to Work week by setting up
bike commuter stations from
4 to 6:30 p.m. at the Maple
Meadows West Coast Express
station park and ride. Drop by
on your way home from work
for snacks, a chat and prizes.
For more information, check
out www.mapleridgepittmead-
owscyclist.blogspot.com/
Friday, June 3
• The Maple Ridge/Pitt
Meadows Chapter of the
Vancouver Area Cycling
Coalition is celebrating Bike
to Work week by setting up
bike commuter stations from
4 to 6:30 p.m. at Memorial
Peace Park. Drop by on your
way home from work for
snacks, a chat and prizes. For
more information, check out
www.mapleridgepittmead-
owscyclist.blogspot.com/
Saturday, June 4
• Artists from the Garib-
aldi Art Club will display and
sell their work at the Haney
Farmers Market on from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come and
meet the artists and view a
variety of original paintings,
prints, and cards.
Ongoing
• Ridge Meadows
Hospice Society is looking
for volunteers to help with the
14th Annual Vistas Run to be
held Sunday, May 29th. If you
can volunteer a few hours in
the morning please call the
of ce at 604-463-7722
• Pitt Meadows Secondary
School hosts it 50th birthday
open house on Sept. 30. If you
graduated from the school or
have a child who attends or has
graduated from PMSS, contact
Gerri (Laseur) Willms (PMSS
grad 1969) at 604-465-7141,
ext. 265 or email gwillms@
sd42.ca.
• The Pitt Meadows Day
Society is recruiting volunteers
to assist with organizing and
running the celebration. Vol-
unteers should contact Lianne
Shaw at lianneshaw_@hotmail.
ca or call 604-465-3398. Groups
that would like to know more
about participating in the Pa-
rade should contact gcoghlan@
shaw.ca or call 604-460-2812.
To reserve a space in the parade,
a Parade Application form can
be found on the City’s website at
www.pittmeadows.bc.ca.
Community Calendar
V i s i t u s a t w w w . S E N I O R S T A R . c a
Call for Entries
12275 224th St. Maple Ridge BC
Call 604-466-8602
If you are a talented singer or musician, over age 65, call
to find out about our Seniors Star national competition!
Call any one of our residences for more details, to pick
up your registration form, or book your audition time.
REGIONAL COMPETITION:
JUNE 15th • 1:30-3:30 PM
Ridge Meadows Senior Center
12150 224th St. Maple Ridge BC
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Joel Dalgarno and Randy
Daly each registered hat
tricks as the Maple Ridge
Burrards thrilled a packed
house at Planet Ice’s Cam
Neely Arena Sunday night,
earning a 9-6 win over the
Langley Thunder in their
opening game of the West-
ern Lacrosse Association
2011 season.
“I don’t remember the last
time we won a home opener,
so that was real nice to get
for the fans,” said Burrards
head coach Daren Fridge.
Dalgarno got the Burrards
on the board just 33 seconds
into the game with what
would be the first of five
unanswered goals by Maple
Ridge. Sam Cook, Daly and
Dalgarno each registered
powerplay goals later in the
opening frame, while Curtis
Dickson scored early in the
second to put the Burrards
ahead 5-0.
Patrick Saunders got the
Thunder on the board two
minutes into the second
period off a pass by Maple
Ridge’s own Jarrett Toll,
who registered his first WLA
point with Langley.
Daly scored his second
of the night a minute later,
prompting the Thunder to
pull rookie goaltender Bro-
die MacDonald. The move
sparked the Thunder, as
they scored a pair of short-
handed goals just minutes
later.
One of those goals came
from Toll’s stick, as he regis-
tered his first WLA goal.
Langley continued to chip
away at the Burrards lead,
drawing as close as 7-5, but
were plagued by penalties.
Thunder players Rob Van
Beek and goaltender Joe
Bell were each assessed mi-
nor penalties with five min-
utes to play, effectively kill-
ing what would have been
a Langley powerplay after
Burrards forward Pete Tellis
received minor penalties for
goaltender interference and
unsportsmanlike conduct.
That prompted an outburst
from Thunder coach Rod
Jensen, who was ejected
from the game and assessed
a bench minor for unsports-
manlike conduct.
Goals by Curtis Dickson
and Dalgarno on the ensu-
ing power play put the game
out of reach for Langley,
which potted its sixth goal
of the night with less than a
minute left to play.
Fridge said he was happy
with how his team went to
work.
“I thought we played me-
thodically, we chipped away
and we remained disci-
plined,” he said. “They have
a lot of new players on their
team this year, so I expect
them to gel better by the
next time we see them.”
Rookie goaltender Chris
Seidel made the most of his
first start in net for the Bur-
rards with 2010 WLA goalie
of the year Ron Schibild
unavailable for the game.
Seidel allowed just six goals
on 41 shots for his first win,
and was named the Bur-
rards’ player of the game.
“He definitely rose to
the occasion,” said Fridge.
“They only got six by him,
and they had to earn every
one of those goals.
Fridge said the team’s de-
fence also did a good job of
keeping Langley’s shoot-
ers to the outside, enabling
Seidel to see his shots.
The Burrards made the
most of their many power
play opportunities, scoring
six goals on 11 chances. Lan-
gley, meanwhile, scored on
two of their six power play
opportunities.
Dalgarno finished with a
game-high five points, while
Dickson and Daly each had
four points. Derek Lowe,
Creighton Reid, Tellis, and
Jeff Sauve each had assists.
The Burrards are on the
road this week as they pay
the Coquitlam Adanacs a
visit Saturday night before
returning home to host the
2010 WLA champions New
Westminster Salmonbellies
at Planet Ice on Sunday, May
29. Game time is 6:45 p.m.
Thunder pair suspended
after fracas with fans
A pair of Langley players
were suspended for their part
in a dust-up with Burrards
fans in the second period of
Sunday’s home opener.
WLA commissioner Ernie
Truant said a pair of possibly
intoxicated fans were harass-
ing Langley Thunder players
Steve Van Beek and Steve
Hay while they were sitting
in the penalty box.
That prompted Van Beek
to reach over the penalty box
glass and swing his stick at
the fans, while Hay left the
penalty box through its side
door and confronted them
directly.
“A fan has a right to say
what they want, as long as
they don’t enter the playing
area,” said Truant. “A player
doesn’t have a right to leave
the arena and engage the
fans like that.”
Hay was given a four game
suspension by the WLA on
Monday, while Van Beek was
handed a two game suspen-
sion. Langley Thunder coach
Rod Jensen, meanwhile, was
assessed a $150 fine.
“The players overreacted,”
said Truant. “That’s not
something we want to see.”
Burrards seventh in
national rankings
The Maple Ridge Burrards
are back in seventh place on
the LacrosseTalk weekly na-
tional senior mens lacrosse
rankings.
The Burrards fell out of the
rankings last week prior to
their first game of the sea-
son, but returned to seventh
place with their 9-6 win over
the Langley Thunder on Sun-
day.
The Burrards are the
fourth-ranked team from
the Western Lacrosse As-
sociation on the list, behind
the New Westminster Salmo-
nbellies (No. 2, 0-0-1), Coquit-
lam Adanacs (No. 4, 1-0-0),
and the Victoria Shamrocks
(No. 5, 0-0-1).
THE NEWS/sports
Sectioncoordinator:
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604-467-1122ext. 216
sports@mapleridgenews.com
Colleen Flanagan/THE NEWS
Above: Tyler Miotto of the
Burrards slaps hands with
screaming fans as he steps
out onto the rink at Planet Ice
for the season home opener
against the Langley Thunder
Sunday evening.
Left: Miotto of the Burrards
manages to get around
a member of the Langley
Thunder.
Burrards open season with win over Thunder
The Pitt Meadows Marauders AA
senior girls’ soccer team is off to the
B.C. high school championships next
week after finishing in the top three
at the Fraser Valley finals last week.
The Marauders lost 1-0 to 2010 pro-
vincial champions Burnsview Grif-
fins of Delta in the final game of the
Fraser Valley championships last
Wednesday. Coach Mike Oldridge
said the Delta team provided difficult
competition for his squad.
“They beat us 4-0 last year in the
Fraser Valleys, so this was an im-
provement,” he said. “They are a
very strong team, they did not give
us a lot of chances.”
The Marauders will enter the
provincial tournament as the No. 2
Fraser Valley seed, which will mean
the team will likely get an easier
draw than last year, when they were
the No. 3 seed from the Fraser Valley.
The Marauders ultimately finished
in seventh place last year at the 16-
team tournament.
“We’d like to improve on last year’s
result,” said Oldridge. “I don’t think
making the top four is out of reach
for us.”
The provincial finals take place
June 2 to 4 at the Burnaby Lake
Sports Complex in Burnaby.
The Pitt Meadows Marauders se-
nior girls’ soccer team is made up
of Nikki Stanley, Melanie Manson,
Lindsay Macdermid, Becky Jenkins,
Chanel Naiker, Linnea Foster, Me-
lissa Knebelow, Briana Morrison,
Lexi Turner, Amanda Ward, Kelsey
Acaster, Nicole Foster, Tam Reiss,
Steph Patricelli, Emily Gresham,
Alysha Rasmussen, Alex Lewis, and
Payge Pena.
Maple Ridge treats
crowd with 9-6 win
by Rober t Mangel s dor f
staff repor ter
Pitt girls
going to
B.C. finals
by Rober t Mangel s dor f
staff repor ter
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Sports
Royals undefeated at Cloverdale tourney
The Ridge Meadows Royals won
the annual Cloverdale Rodeo ban-
tam AA baseball tournament this
past weekend.
The Royals went undefeated
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against. The team received great
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ly home run in the semi-finals and
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The final was anti-climatic as
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of Matt Cameron, Devon Draper,
Ryan Lipscombe, and Randolph
Ocampo provided the offence for
the Royals to coast through the
championship game with Ryley
Leoppky providing the defence
behind the plate, picking off three
runners attempting to steal sec-
ond in the final game alone.
With the five wins at the tour-
nament, the Royals stretch their
unbeaten streak to 12 games with
league action continuing Wednes-
day night at Pitt Meadows Ath-
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Strikers take Surrey tourney
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www.mapleridgenews.com - THE NEWS -- Wednesday, May 25, 2011 -- A37
FULL TIME
AD Control/
Administrative
Sales Support
The North Shore Outlook has an immediate
opening for a full time Ad Controller/
Marketing Assistant/Of ce Administration/
Receptionist position.
The position requires a highly organized
individual with an ability to multi-task in a fast-
paced team environment. Strong written and
verbal communication skills, a ‘can-do’ attitude
and high degree of comfort with Excel, Word,
Power Point and changing technology are
required for success in this position.
Responsibilities include booking and
traf cking ROP advertising and fyer
distribution, dummying the newspaper, as
well administrative support for display sales
representatives. You will be at the centre of
the action contributing to a team of dynamic
sales, marketing and creative professionals. It is
best suited to those who are strongly service-
driven and can contribute with a sales-oriented
mindset. The position also includes day-to-day
reception and of ce administration duties
Black Press is Canada’s largest independent
newspaper company, with more than 170
community, daily and urban newspapers in BC,
Alberta, Washington State, Ohio and Hawaii,
and extensive online operations with over
250 websites. Black Press is also the leading
commercial printer with 14 printing plants
Those interested should submit a resume to:
Advertising Manager. North Shore Outlook
admanager@northshoreoutlook.com
#104-980 West 1st Street
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7P 3N4
Deadline for applications is:
May 31st 2011
Division of Black Press
The Langley Times is seeking a student for a paid
reporter internship position.
The successful applicant will have good writing and
photography skills, a practical knowledge of Adobe
InDesign and Photoshop and knowledge of and
interest in the online side of the community news
business, including video.
This position will involve two to three days work per
week from June through early September, with one
of those days on weekends. Pay will be at the rate
outlined in the CEP collective agreement.
Applications and attached clippings can be e-mailed
to Frank Bucholtz, editor, Langley Times by 5 p.m. on
Thursday, May 26.
Intern Reporter
www.blackpress.ca
Division of Black Press
Advertising
Sales Consultant
www.blackpress.ca
The Langley Times, a twice-weekly award-winning
newspaper has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time
sales person.
The successful candidate will have a university or
college education or two years of sales experience –
preferably in the advertising or retail industry. The ability to
build relationships with clients and offer superior customer
service is a must. The winning candidate will be a team
player and will also be called upon to grow the account
list with an aggressive cold calling mandate. The ability
to work in a an extremely fast paced environment with a
positive attitude is a must.
We offer a great working environment with a
competitive base salary and commission plan coupled with
a strong benefit package.
Black Press has over 170 community newspapers across
Canada and the United States and for the proven candidate
the opportunities are endless.
Please submit your resume with a cover letter
by Friday, June 3, 2011 to:
Jean Hincks, Advertising Director
The Langley Times,
#102-20258 Fraser Highway, Langley, B.C. V3A 4R3
or email to admanager@langleytimes.com
No phone calls please.
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
115 EDUCATION
124 FARM WORKERS
AUJLAS’ FARMS LTD
FARM LABOURERS required
5 or 6 Days/Week
40 or 50 Hours/Week $9.28/Hour
Horticultural work such as:
Planting, pruning, spacing and
harvesting the crop.
Employment starts early July’11
Submit your application to:
604-789-5695
or by Fax:604-465-9340 or
by mail:12554 Woolridge Rd.,
Pitt Meadows, B.C.
V3Y 1Z1
LOCAL greenhouse in Maple Ridge
looking or p/t-f/t seasonal workers.
Starting wage $9.50 Reply to Box
668, c/o Maple Ridge News, 22328-
119 Ave. Maple Ridge. V2X 2Z3.
130 HELP WANTED
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
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?
PLEA Community Services is
looking for qualified applicants
who can provide care for youth in
their home on a full-time basis or
on weekends for respite.
Training, support and
remuneration are provided.
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
HAIRSTYLIST(S) and RECEP-
TIONIST wanted for salon opening
in Haney Place Mall. Please contact
Louise at 778 227 2909
130 HELP WANTED
Amazing Opportunities!
$9 - $20 per hr!
Expanding advertising company
is looking for 10 people to start
right away. We offer: Paid Train-
ing, travel, advancement, &
benefits. Must work well in a
team atmosphere. F/T 18+
Call today, start tomorrow!
Erica 604-777-2196
BRABY MOTORS SALMON ARM
has two great employment opportu-
nities. Business Manager and Con-
troller. Long term stability with ca-
reer advancement opportunities.
Work with a dynamic management
team with a 46 year established
client base. Email resume
derrick@brabymotors.com fax 1-
250-832-4545 or apply in person
1250 TCH. Salmon Arm
COLLEGE/UNIV
STUDENTS
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EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
130 HELP WANTED
Busy Port Coquitlam wholesale
company specializing in General
Gift, Souvenir & Drug Store prod-
ucts is looking for full time
Sales/Administrative Assistant.
Must be able to work both inde-
pendently and in a team environ-
ment, be personable, have good
communication skills and a
flexible schedule. Computer skills
and some sales background is
also a requirement.
Please email resume to:
ert@telus.net
Or fax to: 604 944-8853
CARRIERS NEEDED
The following routes are now
available to deliver the NEWS
in Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows
40017 - 240 St, 243 St, Cameron
Crt, 113A Ave, 112 Ave,
110 Ave
40045 - McClure Ave, 107 Ave,
106 Ave, Zeron Ave, 239
St, 238A St,238 St
40069 - Jackson Rd, McEarchern
St, 104 Ave, 103B Ave,
103A Ave, 103 Ave,
40074 - McClure Dr, 106B Ave
40103 - 116 Ave, 224 St
40109 - Lougheed Hwy, Harrison
St, Olund Cres, Gillis Pl,
113 Ave
40113 - Lougheed Hwy, River
Rd, Carshill St, 221 St,
Cliff Ave
40131 - 116 Ave, 225 St, 227 St,
Brickwood Close
40211 - 128 Ave, 225 St, 227 St,
Brickwood Close
40212 - 128 Ave, 228 St, 228A
St, Barnsdale, 230 St
40223 - Eagle Ave, 122 Ave,
121A Ave, Peach Tree
Crt, 231 St, Blossom St
40301 - Darby St, Holly St, 216
St, 117 Ave, Berry Ave,
River Rd
40304 - Dewdney Trunk Rd,
Hood St, 214 St, Ashbury
Crt
40307 - 217 St, 113 Ave, Lorne
Ave, 114 Ave
40327 - Patterson Ave, 118 Ave,
Walnut Cres, 203 St
40353 - Thornton Ave, 126 Ave,
Douglas Ave, Laity St,
Hardy St, 214 St,
Thornton Pl
40369 - 122 Ave, 121B Ave,
Dewdney Trunk Rd,
230 St
40370 - Davenport Dr, 201 St,
McIvor Ave, 202 St, 203
St, Chatwin Ave, 123 Ave
40373 - Lindsay Ave, 121 Ave,
Makinson St, Lindsay Pl,
Irving St
40375 - 122B Ave, 122 Ave,
Tyner Ave, 205B St,
206 St
40377 - Powell Ave, 125 Ave,
124 Ave, 203 St, 202B St,
202A St
40378 - Brooks Ave, Powell Ave,
204 St, 205 St
40384 - 125 Ave, Meadow Pl,
124 Ave, Blanshard St,
209 St
40432 - Docksteader Circ,
Docksteader Loop,
Foreman Dr, 229 St,
229B St, 230 St,
139A Ave
40434 - Foreman Dr, Vista Ridge
Cres, 232 St
41056 - 118B Ave, Mitchell Dr,
189A St, 189B St, 190
St, 191A St, Harris Rd
If you live on or near one of
these routes and you are
interested in delivering papers
please call circulation @
604-466-6397 and quote
the Route number.
FLAGGERS NEEDED
If not certified, training available for
a fee. Call 604-575-3944
FULL TIME Green House workers
$10/hour. Apply in person 13460
Rippington Rd., Pitt Meadows.
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
130 HELP WANTED
Well Established Church based
Daycare requires a fun loving,
kid friendly, individual for out
of school care position. Job
requires class 4 license. Will
assist in obtaining. Suitable
position for empty nester or p/t
student. Hourly wage 15.00/hr.,
flexible hrs.
Email resume to:
harmonydaycare@
mapleridgecrc.com
or mail to:
Harmony Daycare
c/o Maple Ridge CRC
20245 Dewdney Trunk Rd.
Maple Ridge, BC, V2X3C9
134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
FOOD SERVICES
COOKS
The Vancouver Golf Club
We have FT & PT positions open
for qualified 1st & 2nd cooks.
PLEASE EMAIL RESUMES TO:
chef@vancouvergolfclub.com
or fax resumes to:
(604)936-4653 attn: Chef
High volume restaurant
requires a
Sous Chef
with minimum
5 years experience
Apply in person at:
Bella Vita
22471 Lougheed Hwy,
Maple Ridge.
138 LABOURERS
QUALIFIED welders & fabricators
for M/Ridge company. Resumes to
mike@emmfg.com.
139 MEDICAL/DENTAL
CDA & DENTAL RECEPTIONIST
Busy Maple Ridge office requires
CDA & a Dental receptionist. F/T,
evenings & Sat. Apply by email:
kgbrar@hotmail.com
MODEL/TALENT AGENCIES
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CALL 604-558-2278
142 OFFICE SUPPORT/CLERKS
OUR company is currently accept-
ing applications for the position of
an Administrative Assistant.Send
resumes to cpcpt@hotmail.com.
156 SALES
PROFESSIONAL SALES
ASSOCIATES
Interested in SALES?
Outgoing? Motivated?
Gregg distributors (BC) Ltd. is
looking for individuals to fill
entry level sales positions. We
offer excellent growth &
compensation possibilities.
Knowledge of the Industrial &
H.D industries are an asset .
Training will be provided to
help achieve you full potential.
Please fax resumes to
604-888-4688 or visit
employment opportunities at
www.greggdistributors.ca
SECURITY GUARD TRAINING
Classes in Abbotsford.
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160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
CRANE OPERATORS
Required immediately for our
twenty seven year old well estab-
lished Lower Mainland Company
with a large fleet of cranes and
boom trucks. You MUST have a
ticket and be experienced with a
class 1 driver’s license. We offer
a great work environment and the
opportunity to succeed.
If you would like to join our
team, please e-mail:
eamon@megacranes.com
or fax: 604-599-5250
No calls please.
Diesel Engine Mechanics
CULLEN DIESEL POWER LTD.
Surrey B.C. requires experienced
Diesel Engine mechanics with
overhaul and repair experiences
for the Surrey Truck Engine shop.
Preference given to applicants
with DDC & MBE engine exp.
E-mail resume:
sep@cullendiesel.com
or Fax to 604 888-4749
EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION
160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
ENTERPRISE Steel Fabricators, a
quality driven pressure vessel and
process skid manufacturer, head-
quartered in the Okanagan valley,
is currently recruiting for the follow-
ing positions: Journeyman Pressure
Vessel and Pipe Welders. Must be
competent in using a variety of pro-
cesses and fillers in Carbon Steel &
Stainless Steel. Must have experi-
ence in preparation and welding
work as instructed or indicated on
drawings. Required to have a thor-
ough understanding of and experi-
ence with SMAW and GMAW tech-
niques. Experienced Vessel /Pipe
Fitters. Must be able to read, follow
drawings and complete work accu-
rately. Experience in vessel inter-
nals, nozzles and pipe spooling.
Strong industry knowledge of ves-
sel fitting/welding requirements.
Must be organized and possess
good communication skills. Mini-
mum 3 years of vessel fitting expe-
rience. Successful candidates will
be self motivated team players ca-
pable of working in a shop environ-
ment. Please email your resume to
hrgroup@entsf.ca
ISLAND MANUFACTURING
and metal fabricating shop
needing a qualified Metal De-
signer. Must have Auto Cad
experience. Mechanically in-
clined with knowledge of the
Transportation industry. Email:
reception@profabmanufactur-
ing.net
WELDERS - seeking welders for
custom manufacturing environment.
Competitive wages, Benefits,
RRSP’s & Apprenticeship opportu-
nities. Apply to: Do All Metal Fabri-
cating, Estevan, SK. Email: jho-
ward@doallmetal.com Fax: 306-
634-8389”
PERSONAL SERVICES
171 ALTERNATIVE HEALTH
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180 EDUCATION/TUTORING
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130 HELP WANTED
160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
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180 EDUCATION/TUTORING
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dog trainer. Government accredited
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www.wonderdogs.bc.ca/career/ 1-
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130 HELP WANTED
160 TRADES, TECHNICAL
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180 EDUCATION/TUTORING
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242 CONCRETE & PLACING
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257 DRYWALL
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260 ELECTRICAL
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260 ELECTRICAL
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269 FENCING
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604.639.6626 Cedar, Chain Link,
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275 FLOOR REFINISHING/
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281 GARDENING
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HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
283 GUTTERS & DOWNSPOUTS
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287 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
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W Sidewalks and driveways
W Gutters
W General yard cleanup
W Painting
W Any little job....
Let MDG Home Services
do the work for you...
Just pick up the phone
and give us a call!!!
(604)999-5454
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
287 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
288 HOME REPAIRS
If I can’t
do it .....
it can’t
be done!
Exp’d in over 30 lines of work.
For positive results call Robert.
604-941-1618 OR 604-844-4222
SERVICE CALLS WELCOME
Repairs, Maintenance, Renovation
Guaranteed work, Free Estimate.
Cell: 604-618-6401. Marcel.
RETIRED carpenter wants to keep
busy. Looking for small carpentry
jobs. Will repair or build new. Will
also do small painting & plumbing
jobs. Call Ken 604-460-7803.
300 LANDSCAPING
All aspects of Landscaping
and Landscaping Maintenance
Strata, Commercial, Residential
Pavers, Patios & Retaining walls
Spring clean ups
Fully INSURED
Call (604)763-8795

D Garden Blend Soil
D Lawn Blend Soil
D Custom Blends avail.
D Composted Mushroom
Manure
NO Wood byproducts used

When QUALITY Matters
all soils are tested for Optimum
growing requirements
17607 FORD ROAD,
PITT MEADOWS
PICK-UP ...... OR .... DELIVERY
604-465-3189
DUTCH TOUCH
Green Services Ltd
Landscape Construction
Renovations W Maintenance
604-463-3644
604-861-1490
Ed’s ROTOTILLING
& LANDSCAPING
*Rototilling *Levelling
*Gardens *Loader Work
*Brush Cutter
~ Free Estimates ~
604-941-2263 / 604-725-7246
JAGUAR LANDSCAPING
Lawn & Garden Service. Design,
Pruning, Lawns, Cleanups,
Comm/Res. (604)462-1369
SAWDUST
Hemlock, Fir & Cedar
Available for Delivery
Call for pricing
604-465-5193 or 604-465-5197
www.augustinesoilandmulch.com
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
300 LANDSCAPING
Instant
Grassifacation!
16897 Windsor Road
Pitt Meadows
(Turn right 1st road
East of Pitt River Bridge from
Vancouver)
604-465-9812
1-800-663-5847
317 MISC SERVICES
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only $395 a week - only $3.22 per
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✶Dump Site Now Open✶
SBroken Concrete RocksS
$22.00 Per Metric Ton
SMud Dirt Sod ClayS
$22.00 Per metric Ton
GrassSBranchesSLeavesSWeeds
$59.00 Per Ton
Meadows Landscape Supply
604-465-1311
320 MOVING & STORAGE
1PRO MOVING & SHIPPING.
We move - We ship - We recycle.
Senior- Student Discount available.
604-721-4555 or 604-800-9488.
AFFORDABLE MOVING
Local & Long Distance
From $45/Hr
1, 3, 5, 7,10 Ton Trucks
Licenced ~ Reliable ~ 1 to 3 Men
Free estimate/Seniors discount
Residential~Commercial~Pianos
604-537-4140
SPARTAN Moving Ltd.
Fast & Reliable. Insured
Competitive rates. Wknd Specials.
Call Frank: (604) 435-8240
329 PAINTING & DECORATING
AAA PRECISION PAINTING. Quality work. 778-881-6096.
# 1 PAY-LESS Painting
Ext./Int. SPRING Special
LOOK for our YARD SIGNS
D Free estimates D Insured
Licensed D References
Residential D Pressure Washing
Serving Tri City 31 Yrs.
Call 24 Hrs/7 Days
paylesspainting.multiply.com
Scott 604-891-9967
2 HUNGRY PAINTERS & Power
Washing. Low prices. Int/Ext. Man
& wife 75 years combined exp.
604.467.2532 twohungrypainters.ca
A-1 EXTERIOR/ INTERIOR. Quality
job, senior rates, free est, residen-
tial, commercial. Refs. 15 yrs exp.
No job too small.Call 604-476-0766

ABOVE THE REST “
Int. & Ext., Unbeatable Prices,
Professional Crew. Free Est.
Written Guarantee. No Hassle,
Quick Work, Insured, WCB.
Call (778)997-9582
Affordable Professional Painting
pwrwashing. New const. Int/Ext No
Job’s too small Free Est 466-8165
MILANO PAINTING. Int./Ext. Prof.
Painters. Free Est. Written Guar.
Bonded & Insured. 604-551-6510
SEASIDE PAINTING
& Decking 604-462-8528, 218-9618
Stardust Painting Commercial & Residential Service, Interior & Exterior. Member of BBB since 1975 Call John (604)889-8424
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
332 PAVING/SEAL COATING
ALLAN Const. & Asphalt. Brick,
conc, drainage, found. & membrane
repair. 604-618-2304; 820-2187.
338 PLUMBING
✔ ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS
Call Niko Plumbing Ltd. 24/7.
Res/Com, plugged drains. h/w
tanks. ★15 yrs exp. 604-837-6640
$69/HR. Lic., Insured. Experienced
& friendly service. Clogged drains,
garburators, leaks & more. Sm jobs
OK. Call anytime 604-805-2488.
NEED PLUMBING?
Dan’s Your Man! Lic’d & Insured.
Free Est. Dan @ 604.418.6941
341 PRESSURE WASHING
POWER WASHING
GUTTER CLEANING
SAME DAY SERVICE AVAILABLE
Call Ian 604-724-6373
353 ROOFING & SKYLIGHTS
RIDGE MEADOWS ROOFING.
Res Re-roofing & repairs WCB BBB
A+ rating Free est. 604-377-5401
356 RUBBISH REMOVAL
RECYCLE-IT!
JUNK REMOVAL
EARTH FRIENDLY
On Time, As Promised,
Service Guaranteed!
604.587.5865
www.recycle-it-now.com
A-1 RUBBISH REMOVAL. House-
hold & Yard Waste. Up to 100% re-
cycle. Reasonable. 604-786-2948
GOT JUNK?
Rubbish Removal
1-800-468-5865
www.1800gotjunk.com
Redeem this ad & Save $23
359 SAND, GRAVEL & TOPSOIL
TOPSOIL
• SCREENED TOPSOIL
• MUSHROOM MANURE
• BARK MULCH
604-467-3003
372 SUNDECKS
Aluminum patio cover, sunroom,
railing, gates. 604-521-2688
www.PatioCoverVancouver.com
The DECK Guys
D Sundeck / Patio Construction
D Re-build/Extend Existing Decks
D Authorized vinyl deck installers
D Aluminum, glass, wood railings
D Sundeck & Vinyl Repairs
D 5 Year Warranty on Vinyl
*Work Guaranteed *References
*Over 20 Years Experience.
Free estimates 604-418-8340
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 $
A.C.
TREE SERVICE
30 years experience
Bob Fitz-James
604-467-0333
.
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES
374 TREE SERVICES
Get your trees or tree removal
done NOW
✓ Tree & Stump Removal
✓ Certified Arborists
✓ 20 yrs exp. 60’ bucket truck
✓ Crown reduction
✓ Spiral pruning
✓ Fully insured. Best Rates
604-787-5915, 604-291-7778
Info: www.treeworksonline.ca
info@treeworksonline.ca
10% OFF with this AD
TRI CITY TREE SERVICE
All Tree Services -- Fully Insured --
24 Hrs 604-462-0865
Your LOCAL
Tree Service,
For Honest Prices &
Quality Work
Call Scott at
604-618-0333
Certified
Arborist
Free Estimates *
Fully Insured
PETS
477 PETS
Beautiful Golden Retriever Pups-1st
shots. Dewormed. Farm Raised.
Avail June 4th. $575: 604-463-9841
CATS GALORE, TLC has for
adoption spayed & neutered adult
cats. 604-309-5388 / 604-856-4866
CATS OF ALL DESCRIPTION in
need of caring homes! Visit us at
fraservalleyhumanesociety.com
or call 1 (604)820-2977
GERMAN Shepherd pups, 1st
shots, males & females. view par-
ents. Exc bloodline. (604)997-2404
GERMAN Shepherd pups, ckc reg.
parents German bloodlines with no
slope, exc temperament. $750.
(604)796-3026. No sun calls
GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, family
raised, cute, adorable, black/tan,
dewormed. $600. 778-378-6151.
GERMAN Shepherd pups & young
adults. Quality German & Czech
bloodlines Reg/Guar. 604-856-8161
LAB RETRIEVER PUPS, yellow &
black, $500. Vet check, quality line-
age, dew claws, 1st shots, de-
wormed. (604)702-0217
MULTI POM puppies, 2 M, 1 F, 8
wks old. Ready to go. All shots.
$350 obo. Phone (604)825-2271.
NEED A GOOD HOME for a good
dog or a good dog for a good
home? We adopt dogs! Call 604-
856-3647 or www.856-dogs.com
PRESA CANARIO pups, $700-
$1200. Black, fawn & brindle. Dad
150lbs, Mom 120lbs. 778-552-1525
PUG PUPS, 11 weeks old. 1st
shots. 3 females, $800 each. Call
778-808-5445.
Purebred Westie puppies, $1200
Ready June 6, 1st shots, de-
wormed. Vet check, 604-316-8691
ROTTI PUPPIES, Male & Female.
All shots and declawed. $500 each.
Ready June 3rd. 604-767-4793
SHELTIE PUPPIES sable, price
lowered, vet checked, 1st shots, de-
wormed (604)826-6311
TOY POM 4 mo old, black $850.
Two Med. Poms, 1.5 yrs old $650
obo. All males. 778-839-8007 aft 6
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
509 AUCTIONS
AUCTION company seeks estate,
antiques & collectibles. Pick up &
storage www.westcoastauctions.ca
604-818-9473
HUGE RESTAURANT Deli & Food
Services Equipment Auction.
Consignment now being accepted.
June 4, 11am at Dodds Auction,
3311 - 28 Ave Vernon. View photos
at doddsauction.com 250-545-3259
518 BUILDING SUPPLIES
BUILDING SALE... “Rock Bottom
Prices!”. 25x40 $7995. 30x40
$9840. 35x50 $12,995. 40x80
$22,600. 47x100 $35,690. Ends in-
cluded. Many others. Pioneer Steel
Manufacturers since 1980. Call 1-
800-668-5422.
DO-IT-YOURSELF STEEL BUILD-
INGS Priced to Clear - Make an Of-
fer! Ask About Free Delivery, most
areas! Call for Quick Quote and
Free Brochure - 1-800-668-5111
SAWMILLS - Band/Chainsaw -
SPRING SALE - Cut lumber any di-
mension, anytime. MAKE MONEY
and SAVE MONEY In stock ready
to ship. Starting at $1,195.00.
h t t p : / / w w w. N o r w o o d S a w -
mills.com/400OT 1-800-566-6899
Ext.400OT
523 UNDER $100
CHEST of 4 drawers: arborite
brown top, light oak front & sides,
$30. 604-463-7223
EXERCISE BIKE can be set
for resistance gauge, $30. Good
condition. 604-463-7223
SMALL 30” round kitchen table,
center leg, shiny light oak colour,
$30. 604-463-7223
SOFA & CHAIR dark mauve with
grey diamond shapes, light oak
woodwork, $50. 604-463-7223
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MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
548 FURNITURE
#1 Cash Buyer
“Since 1987”
$$CASH $$ for your furniture,
tools, electronics, antiques,
appliances, computers
& collectibles.
WW ANYTHING OF VALUE WW
Single items to entire
households
463-4449 or
209-6583
552 GARDEN EQUIPMENT
DEER PROBLEMS? Problem
solved! Bobbex Deer repellent
available in Canada. Easy,
economical, safe. Available at
local garden centres. Dealer
inquiries welcome. Ask for
BOBBEX. www.bobbex.ca
559 MEDICAL SUPPLIES
CAN’T GET UP YOUR Stairs?
Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn
Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and
get 10% off your new Stairlift. Call
1-866-981-6591.
560 MISC. FOR SALE
A FREE TELEPHONE SERVICE -
Get Your First Month Free. Bad
Credit, Don’t Sweat It. No Deposits.
No Credit Checks. Call Freedom
Phone Lines Today Toll-Free 1-
866-884-7464.
Can’t Get Up Your Stairs? Acorn
Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stair-
lifts now! Mention this ad and get
10% off your new Stairlift! Call 1-
866-981-5991
HOT TUB COVERS & Accessories.
Lowest price, highest quality. All
sizes and colours available. Call 1-
888-611-7660.
www.spasuppliesonline.ca
566 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
PIANO Sherlock Manning upright
piano. Good cond. Beaut sound.
$1000: (604)460-8618
572 PLANTS/NURSERY STOCK
COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE, 2
year old: $1.49/each for a box of
150 ($223.50). Full range of trees,
shrubs, cherries & berries. Free
shipping. 1-866-873-3846 or
treetime.ca
REAL ESTATE
609 APARTMENT/CONDOS
Maple Ridge
Peaceful & secure retirement living
$221,000 ~ 12148 224
th
St
1 Bedroom and solarium,
large rooms, full tub with grab-bars.
Retirement community.
Pool tables, workshop, hairdresser,
Rec Centre
Quick possession available
Brookside Realty ~ Dave
604.240.3523
REAL ESTATE
625 FOR SALE BY OWNER
PORT COQUITLAM. 2 floor T/H, 3
bdrms, 2 washrms. Carport Reas.
price. Clear title. 604-941-7132.
626 HOUSES FOR SALE
EXQUISITE SANCTUARY
Fabulous 2.26 private acres
with creek in beautiful Alberni
Valley on Vancouver Island.
Enchanting 3600 sq.ft. 4 bed-
room, 4 bathroom custom built
1995 home. Outstanding
57x40 shop with own bath-
room, lots of parking. Features
hardwood, tile throughout,
custom cabinetry. Gas fire-
places, stove, heat and hot
water; ensuite with soaker tub.
Thinking of a life style
change? Move to Vancouver
Island. Even better, move to
Port Alberni, the Salmon Capi-
tal of the World!
Visit www.albernihomes4u.ca
for more information on this
“one of a kind” property.
Asking $649,000
RE/MAX Mid Island Realty
Port Alberni, B.C.
John Stilinovic
250-724-4725
Toll Free 1-877-723-5660
630 LOTS
LAND LIQUIDATION 20 Acres $0
Down, $99/mo. ONLY $12,900
Near Growing El Paso, Texas (2nd
safest U.S. City) Owner Financing,
NO CREDIT CHECKS! Money
Back Guarantee FREE Color Bro-
chure 800-755-8953
www.sunsetranches.com
633 MOBILE HOMES & PARKS
WHOLESALE FACTORY DIRECT.
Manufactured, Modular & Park
models. Tremendous savings.
Luxurious 1512 sq ft home
including delivery and installation
only US $109,950. Many other
plans available. The Home Boys
877-976-3737, 509-481-9830 or
www.hbmodular.com We will beat
ANYONE’S price!!
636 MORTGAGES
Mortgage Help! Beat bank rates
for purchases and refinances, im-
mediate debt consolidation, foreclo-
sure relief, and equity loans. Free,
fast, friendly, private consultations.
Call 1-888-685-6181
www.mountaincitymortgage.ca
640 RECREATIONAL
50% CO-OWNER SOUGHT for
professionally managed late model
Meridian 391 luxury motor yacht
with prime moorage downtown Van-
couver. Skippering/training
available. 604-669-2248.
www.one4yacht.com
PARADISE FOUND: water-
front property on beautiful Jim
Lake, 0.83-acre with 360 sq ft
insulated cabin, located near
Green Lake/Watch Lake. Rare
privacy, only three lots on the
lake, good fishing for rainbows
to 10 lbs, nice swimming, sur-
rounded by crown land. Great
trails for hiking, ATV and
snowmobile. Seasonal 10-km
back road access in 4x4 or
pick-up. FSBO. $260,000.
250-395-0599. (Please see
bchomesforsale.com/view/70-
mile/frank)
660 LANGLEY/ALDERGROVE
HOMES FOR SALE-SUPER BUYS
www.dannyevans.ca
Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. Langley
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
COQUITLAM
5 min walk to
Skytrain and Mall
1 & 2 Bdrm units w/view
Heat/hot water, inste
storage, 4 appl’s
Call 604-931-2024
www.aptrentals.net
MAPLE INN
11695 -224th St

Maple Ridge 1 bdrm
$500-$550 includes hot water
Certified Crime Free Building
Mature adult oriented.
Close to uptown
604-463-4131 for appointment
(9am-5pm)
MAPLE RIDGE - Condo Suite
11671 Fraser St. Large 2 BR
Reno’d! 1 Bath; 800 sf; $850 NOW
Peak Property Mgmt 604-931-8666
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
MAPLE RIDGE,
11672 ~ 224th St.
1 Bdrm suite. $650/mo. incl.
heat, h/w, 1 1/2 blocks from
Haney Place Mall,
2 blocks from WC Express.
Avail. immed.
Call Cole 778.828.8219
MAPLE RIDGE
1 & 2 Bdrs from $750/
mo
GREAT LOCATION
Queen Anne Apts.
* Renovated Suites *
Clean, very quiet, large,
INCLUDES: HEAT,
HOT WATER & HYDRO
Near Shopping & Amenities.
604-463-7450
604-463-2236
12186-224 St, Maple Ridge
Certified Crime Free Buildings
Maple Ridge
22450-121st Street
2 Bedroom Apt $820/mo
3 Bedroom Apt $950/mo
Attractive modern unit, in a safe,
all ages community in beautiful
Maple Ridge. Amenities include
community gardens, playground,
amenity rooms, on site laundry
facilities & secure parking in a
certified Crime Free Multi Hous-
ing complex. Pet friendly (some
exceptions apply). The tenant
and other occupants must
demonstrate they meet eligibility
criteria related to income, number
of occupants, and other similar
criteria. Please note that fully
subsidized, or Rent Geared to
Income (RGI) units are filled via a
waiting list called The BC
Housing Central Registry
(www.bchousing.org/applicants).
No RGI subsidy available at this
time.
Call 604-451-6075 to view.
Metro Vancouver
Housing Corp.
MAPLE RIDGE
AVAILABLE NOW
1 Bedroom
Heat, hot water & parking.
Close to stores & schools.
SUNRISE APARTMENT
22292 - 122nd Ave
604-319-9341
MAPLE RIDGE
AVAILABLE NOW
1 Bedroom
Heat, hot water & parking.
Close to stores & schools.
SUNRISE APARTMENT
22292 - 122nd Ave
604-319-9341
MAPLE RIDGE
BRIGHT 1 BDRM
2ND FLOOR.
In town. Off street prkg.
$650/mo. incl heat.
604-219-0267
MAPLE RIDGE Ctrl adult building.
Large 1 Bdrm $750/mo incls heat/
hot water, ref’s, N/P (604)467-2606
Maple Ridge
Glenwood Manor
Apartments
1 & 2 Bdrms from $670 & $835
Clean, Spacious
Includes cable, heat,
hot water & parking
Seniors discount
21387 Dewdney Trunk Rd
(604)466-5799
Maple Ridge
Swan Court Apartments
Large 1 & 2 Bedrooms.
Hardwood floors, adult oriented,
heat, h/w & cable incl’d, f/p, n/pets.
Criminal Record check may be reqd
Resident Manager Onsite
Now with
SENIORS DISCOUNT
604.477.9189
MAPLE RIDGE W. New quiet bldg.
1 bdrm. condo. 3rd flr. 5 appl., gas
f/p, u/g prking. $800/mo. Avail. now.
604-467-4450 or 604-833-4450.
PITT MEADOWS
CHELSEA PARK APTS
1 & 2 Bdrms Apts, Also
3 Bdrm T/Homes Avail
Conveniently located. Nice,
bright & large suites. No pets.
Call 604-465-8088
RENTALS
706 APARTMENT/CONDO
PITT MEADOWS
The Meadows
Gated underground parking,
heated outdoor pool. Heat, hot
water & 3 appliances included.
2 min. walk to Westcoast
Express.
Large 1, 2 & 3 Bdrm Suites
Available
Call: 778-882-8894
604-465-0008 or 604-465-5818
PORT COQUITLAM
1 Bdrm Top flr apt. $775
2 Bdrm Corner apt. $925
S Incl heat/hot wtr, wndw cvrngs
S Close to bus stop
S Walk to shpng/medical/WCE
S Across from park w/Mtn views
S Gated parking and Elevator
S Adult oriented building
S References required
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
604-464-3550
709 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
PORT COQUITLAM, 2043 sq ft.
Ground floor, dance/fitness area.
Facing onto city park. 1 blk from
Lougheed/Shaughnessy intersec-
tion. 604-464-3550.
733 MOBILE HOMES & PADS
MAPLE RIDGE Avail Immediately
2 Bdrm trailer, 232nd area,
$900/mo. hydro/cable not included.
Newly reno’d inside, f/s, w/d No
Smoking (604)467-5248 aft 5:30pm.
736 HOMES FOR RENT
MAPLE RIDGE, 3 bdrm, f/s, w/d,
d/w, on farm. 21617-128 Ave Avail
now. $1500+utils. 604-722-5609
MAPLE RIDGE. 3 bdrm rancher on
1/4 acre. Nr amens. 6 appls, 2 large
sheds, ample prk. np/ns, avail now.
$1450/mo. Call 604-941-3259.
Maple Ridge - Beautiful maintained
3000sf. 4 bdrm. 4 bath, 2 storey +
basement, Kanaka elementary
area, double garage, quiet family
street, A/C, fenc’d yrd. $2250/mo.
no pets. June 1, Rick 604.790.7425
Maple Ridge
Clean & well maintained 3 Bdrm
Family home, double garage,
RV parking, private back yard
with greenbelt. Family Only.
Avail June 1
st
or sooner
$1780/mo.
Brookside Realty ~ Dave
(604)240-3523
741 OFFICE/RETAIL
MAPLE RIDGE - Attractive office
space for lease. Nr downtown core.
Avail. June. $900/mo. 720 sf facility
(meeting room, offices, kitchen,
bathroom, utils & services. Parking
& incentives. Elaine (604)467-2111
MAPLE RIDGE
OFFICE
& RETAIL SPACE
Various downtown locations.
Avail. Now! Updated and well
maintained. Various sizes 320sf.
- 2000sf. Starting at $495/month.
Call: Rick Medhurst,
Royal LePage
6 0 4 - 4 6 3 - 3 0 0 0
RETAIL/OFFICE SPACE
Approx. 600 sq.ft. Off 224th
Maple Ridge, close to Royal
bank. June 1. Incl heat & taxes.
Store front exposure & pos-
sible incentives.
604-219-0267
743 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
MAPLE RIDGE
West ~ East
1 & 2 bedroom suites,
$695-$850 all inclusive.
Call Maria @
Ridge Meadows
Property Management
(604)466-2838
Mon ~ Fri 9am ~ 5pm
www.ridgemeadows
propertymanagement.com
746 ROOMS FOR RENT
$75 OFF 1
ST
MONTH
Rooms from $435/mo. Fully Furn,
weekly maid service, cable TV,
private bath, on bus route, 5/min
walk to commuter rail.
Haney Motor Hotel
22222 Lougheed Hwy.,
Maple Ridge
Inquire in person between
9am - 3pm or
Call 604-467-3944
ANNOUNCEMENTS: Did you, or someone
you know just have a baby? How about a
Birthday or Anniversary? Advertise your special
occassions with us bcclassified.com
RENTALS
747B SENIOR ASSISTED LIVING
POCO DOWNTOWN
All-Inclusive
Seniors Residence
1 Bdrm. Apartment
Rent incls. freshly prepared
meals, cable, housekeeping,
emergency response & activities.
www.rjkent.com
2675 Shaughnessy St.
Call: 778-285-5554
748 SHARED ACCOMMODATION
MAPLE RIDGE West, lovely Town-
house fully furnished, incls all util’s
$500mo avail immed 604-467-9921
750 SUITES, LOWER
COQUITLAM, New paint Quiet 1
bdrm; f. yard. W/D. $700/mo incld
utils. G/L, priv entry (604)941-4166
COQUITLAM North, 2 bdrm grnd lvl
suite with storage, 1.5 baths, priv
entry, large patio, w/d, 5 appli’s.
N/S, N/P, $1080/mo incl utils/cable.
Avail June 15th. 604-552-3307.
MAPLE RIDGE 1 bdrm bsmt suite,
sep entry, 5 appl. ns/np. Refs.
June 1st. $850/mo. 604-790-1410.
Maple Ridge, 2 bdrm clean 900sf
above grnd, full bath, dble ceiling, 2
car prkg ns/np $850. 604-466-3235
MAPLE RIDGE, Bright new 1000 sf
gl suite in exec area. 2/bdrm,
5/appli, shared W/D, gas f/p, heated
flrs, priv cov patio. $995/mo + util.
Immed. N/S, no pets. 604-612-4110
MAPLE RIDGE CENTRAL
Bright, spacious 2 bdrm, 2 bath,
newly decorated, sep W/D, 5
new appl’s, gas f/p, built in vac.,
private entry, covered patio,
parking, N/S, N/P avail July 1st,
ref’s req’d $1050/mo incl’s util’s,
cable, internet, garbage pick-up
ETC... (604)463-4484
MAPLE RIDGE, Central. Newer
home, grd lvl bright 2 bdrm, sep
ent, own W/D. Lrg patio & yard.
$950/mo. incl utils. N/S. Ref’s req.
Call 604-476-1617.
Maple Ridge east, 240th. 1 bdrm
700 s/f, full kit/bath. N/S. N/P. $825
incl utils. June 15. 604-614-0433.
Maple Ridge East - reno’d like new
1 bdrm. f/bath, n/p, n/s, shr’d lndry.
pri. ent. cls. to amens./bus, Now,
$725 incls. cbl./utils. 604-783-8492
MAPLE RIDGE, spacious newer 1
Bdrm bachelorette suite on quiet
acreage, min. to downtown util’s incl
n/s, n/p, $650/mo 604-462-0836.
MAPLE RIDGE WEST. 1 bdrm grd
lvl suite. Priv. entry. Shared w/d.
n/s, n/p, mature sgl. Ref’s. Avail.
now. $550/mo. Call 604-338-9004.
MAPLE RIDGE West, 1 bdrm, util’s
& cable incl’d, share W/D, N/S, no
party, on bus route, mature person,
ref’s req’d $700/mo (604)466-2186
751 SUITES, UPPER
2 BR,1bath,1Pk,laundry rm,Nearby
Albion, SRT schools. June 1,
2011,CD$ 950+ Utility 1/3,Cell
phone; 778-899-2418
752 TOWNHOUSES
PITT MEADOWS: 2 - 3 bdrm co-op
T/H $1005/mo - $1089/mo. Shares
req’d. No subsidy available. Orien-
tation 2nd & 4th Sun. 2 pm & 3rd
Tues. 7 pm each mo. 19225 119th
Ave., Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2B2.
Leave msg 604-465-1938
TRANSPORTATION
806 ANTIQUES/CLASSICS
1979 Cadi Eldo Biarritz, one ow-
enr, collector, continental kit, gar.
kept. 204 K. $3,500. 604-535-5777
810 AUTO FINANCING
TRANSPORTATION
810 AUTO FINANCING
$0 DOWN & we make your 1st pay-
ment at auto credit fast. Need a ve-
hicle? Good or Bad credit call
Stephanie 1-877-792-0599.
www.autocreditfast.ca. DLN 30309
INSTANT AUTO CREDIT Buying a
used car is hard enough without
having to worry about financing!
Get APPROVED for your car loan
in minutes: www.NanaimoCars.com
WANT A VEHICLE But Stressed
About Your Credit? We Fund Your
Future Not Your Past. Want a Visa?
Any Credit, All Accepted. 1-888-
593-6095
818 CARS - DOMESTIC
1990 CADILLAC Allante convertible
white, “rare”, 2 seater, 155,000 kms
Must sell. $6,900. 604-309-4001
1998 Audi A4 quattro, V6,
5spd, 317KM. $3000 obo.
250-307-1215.
2000 BUICK Century, burgundy, 4
dr, beige inside, elec seats. Air
cared Sept. 2 years. V6. 54,000
kms. $5900/obo. 604-541-8607.
2000 CHRYSLER Neon LX,
4 door, silver , 183kms, A/C,
CD/Tape, mag wheels anti theft,
1 owner .$2100 (604)476-2547
2009 CADILLAC DTS, black, grey
leather, loaded, showroom cond,
47K. $31,000 obo. 604-805-4545
821 CARS - SPORTS & IMPORTS
1992 HONDA ACCORD 4/dr auto,
aircared, blue, a/c, p/windows, runs
great! $1300. Call 604-767-3469.
2001 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 4/dr,
auto, sunroof, aircared, air cond,
p/windows, heated seats, very
clean! $4500/obo. 604-716-4452.
2004 CROSSFIRE new perf. tires,
59K, like new, garage kept. All op-
tions. $16,000obo 778-232-3578
2005 HONDA Civic, auto, 2dr, No
accidents, great cond. 235kms,
lady driven. $5995. (778)855-6037
2010 TOYOTA MATRIX, red, 2000
km, 4 dr, auto, alloy whls, $13,780.
Call 778-895-7570 or 604-836-5931
827 VEHICLES WANTED
838 RECREATIONAL/SALE
2004 Adventurer 220RB
Create A Breeze, Awning, Dual
pane windows, DSI Hot Water,
A/C. $ 26,995 (Stk. 21779B)
www.fraserwayrv.com
1-800-806-1976 DL #30644
2007 TRIPLE E EMBASSY
Class A, preowned, exceptional
value, loaded, a/c, sleeps 4,
gas, auto, 33, 320km, 30GB
Stk. 1860,
MeridianRV.com
1-877-213-5243
2009 DUTCHMEN DENALI
Preowned, exceptional value,
loaded, a/c, triple slide, artic
pkg. dual pane windows, fire-
place, TV/DVD ent. Stk.#1908
MeridianRV.com
1-877-213-5243
TRANSPORTATION
838 RECREATIONAL/SALE
2009 FLEETWOOD PROWLER
Preowned, exceptional value,
loaded, a/c, rear kitchen, s.s.
appli. dinette slide, enclosed
underbelly, LCD TV. Stk.#1488
MeridianRV.com
1-877-213-5243
2010 STARCRAFT 1020
booth dinette, 20lb propane
bottle, electric brakes, 3-way
refrigerator & more.
$12,495 (Stk. 30868)
www.fraserwayrv.com
1-800-806-1976 DL #30644
845 SCRAP CAR REMOVAL
CA$H for CAR$ No Wheels -No Problem! Servicing the Fraser Valley 604-746-2855
#1 FREE SCRAP VEHICLE
REMOVAL
ASK ABOUT $500 CREDIT
$$$ PAID FOR SOME
604.683.2200
AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL
Minimum $150 cash for full size
vehicles, any cond. 604-518-3673

Autos • Trucks
• Equipment Removal
FREE TOWING 7 days/wk.
We pay Up To $500 CA$H
Rick Goodchild 604.551.9022
SCRAP BATTERIES WANTED We
buy scrap batteries from cars,
trucks & heavy equip. $4.00 each.
Free pick-up anywhere in BC, Min.
10. Toll Free Call:1.877.334.2288
SCRAP BATTERIES WANTED We
buy scrap batteries from cars,
trucks & heavy equip. $4.00 each.
Free pick-up anywhere in BC, Min.
10. Toll Free Call:1.877.334.2288
The Scrapper
847 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES
2006 LAND ROVER LR3 SE,
dark blue, 40K MLS/64K KMS, no
accid, lady driven, new tires, batt &
brakes, immaculate @ $24,900.
604-943-0210.
851 TRUCKS & VANS
1980 CHEV crane truck, 8 ton lift,
$7000 obo. Call Doug @ 604-750-
0194
1991 Ford E50 Van, Sidewinder
Conversion 7 seater with captain’s
seat. Hitch, air-cared. Great cond.
No acc. $1500: (604)465-7109
1997 RANGER XLT super cab,
4 X 2, 1 owner, loaded, extras.
$3,500 obo. Phone (604)463-2507
2001 MAZDA MPV ES, lther, sun-
roof, dual a/c, fog lights, gold, beige
int., 192K. $5450. (604)825-2393
2008 DODGE RAM 3500 Laramie,
diesel, auto, 4 X 4, L. box, dealer
insp. $28,900. Call 778-895-7570.
551 GARAGE SALES
22557 - 123rd Ave, Maple Ridge
Sat. May 28, 8am-12pm. Girl
clothes & toys 0-24 mos. Plus misc.
items.
G. sale 24045 109 ave maple ridge.
cameras, lenses, computer stuff,
electronics, dvds, books, air hock-
ey, tools, ladies clothes (6-8),
household goods, lots lots more.
Saturday 8 - 2 May 21
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• • • INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED • CUSTOM EMBROIDERY CENTRE ON PREMISES • • •
MONDAY - FRIDAY 9 AM - 9 PM • SATURDAY 9 AM - 6 PM • SUNDAY 10 AM - 5 PM
22722 Lougheed Hwy., Maple Ridge • 604-463-7277
®
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Store Only
Shop Local!
Everybody Wins!
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THE RACE IS ON!
BUY A DUCK TICKET AT MARK’S!
RACE DAY: JULY 31, 2011
OVER $35,000 IN PRIZES • $10 FOR A DUCK
PROCEEDS GO TO KIDSPORT
& LOCAL YOUTH GROUPS.
BC Gaming Event License #33210. Applicable Taxes included. Ticket purchasers must be 19 years of age or older. Winners consent to release their names by license. Holders of winning tickets not required to be present to claim prizes. Know your limit, play within it.
Ladies Dress
Chocolate/Ivory/Sand
$
55
99
Cargo Shorts
Stretch cotton
$
48
00
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Womens Wedge Sandals
• Soft neoprene upper
• Thong style, 2 1/4 inch lightweight foam wedge heel
• Soft fabric lining
• Cushioned and textured sculpted foam footbed
• Super lightweight 3/4 inch shock absorbing foam midsole
• Flexible traction outsole
Women’s Rumblers - Long Stems
• Shiny patent synthetic and stretch fabric upper in a wedge
heeled dressy slingback strappy sandal with stitching accents.
• Stretch lightweight fabric upper
• Cushioned footbed with textured top
• Shock absorbing 1/2 inch midsole
• Flexible traction outsole
Women’s Cyclers - Gleamers
Wedge Sandals
• Soft, flexible neoprene fabric upper with stretch
• Single broad strap crosses two slim straps
• Cushioned textured foam comfort footbed
• Footbed with gel heel pad
• Flexible rubber traction outsole
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Shorts
Dark Indigo
$
59
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Ladies Top
Lemongrass
$
36
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Ladies T-Shirt
Soft, Rayon
$
49
00
www.mapleridgenews.com - THE NEWS -- Wednesday, May 25, 2011 -- 21 20 -- Wednesday, May 25, 2011 -- THE NEWS - www.mapleridgenews.com
TOYOTA
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All prices and payments plus taxes and fees. All financing on approved credit.
1-866-910-1579
19950 Lougheed Hwy., Pitt Meadows
westcoastautogroup.com
DL 7662
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ANY MAKE OR MODEL
ALL VEHICLES ARE
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BUYER PROTECTION
GUARANTEE
• Rigorous 127-point Quality Assurance
Inspection.
• Minimum 12 months/20,000 kms Powertain
warranty honoured at over 1,500 Toyota
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• 24 Hour Roadside Assistance.
• Extensive mechanical and appearance
reconditioning process
• 7 days/ 1,500 kms exchange privilege.
• Complimentary tank of gas.
• First oil/ filter change at no charge
• Grad Program
• Certified Claims Report included
ONCE A TOYOTA, ALWAYS A TOYOTA
143 POINT INSPECTION
Visual & Performance Inspection
FREE Membership for 1 Year,
Roadside Assistance included.
3 DAY/300KM Money Back Guarantee
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Minimum 90 DAY/5000km Powertrain Warranty
ICBC Collision DamageCheck
Local Toyota Certified-factory warranty,
up to date servicing & special Toyota finance
rates(OAC), power group, auto. #Stk UC206867
$
13,995
2010 Toyota
Corolla
Local Toyota
certified vehicle, up to
date servicing. Stk# UC092557
$
19,995
2010 Toyota
Camry
1 Local Owner, Toyota Certified Rates start at
1.9%APR(OAC), Fully Equipped, Auto,
No Accident Claims. Stk# UC298607
$
13,995
2009 Toyota
Yaris CE Sedan
Fully equipped incl power roof and
leather, 7 passenger seating, BCAA
143 point inspection. Stk# UT047069
$
19,995
2006 Ford Explorer
Limited 4x4
1 owner, 6 passenger seating, fully
equipped including power moonroof,
Mazda warranty. Stk# UT300671
$
17,995
2008
Mazda 5
Local vehicle, fully loaded sport
sedan, factory warranty, V6.
Stk# UC276223
$
13,995
2008 Pontiac
G6 GT
1 local owner, fully equipped,
auto, Factory warranty.
Stk# UT634930
$
27,995
2009 Toyota Tacoma
Access Cab SR5
Local Toyota certified vehicle,
new all season tires.
Stk# UC665792
$
9995
2006 Toyota
Corolla SE
Local Toyota
Certified Vehicle.
Stk# UT511129
$
20,995
2006 Toyota Sienna
LE Minivan
20000 Lougheed Hwy. Pitt Meadows
1-866-334-2119
TOLL FREE
www.westcoastautogroup.com
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A Better Place to Buy A Car!
2008 NISSAN ROGUE
$
143
$
0 DOWN
Local, one owner compact SUV
with sunroof
UT019407
Bi-weekly
(1)
2010 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
CASH PRICE CASH PRICE
$
27,950
$
17,750 $
198
$
0 DOWN
Bi-weekly
(2)
All-wheel drive with low kms and
Bluetooth
UT399526
2010 GMC SIERRA 1500 SLT
Crew Cab
5.3L Vortec, 4x4, 20” wheels UT216882
Bi-weekly
$
252
(3)
$0 DOWN
NOW$
35,750 WAS $
37,995
1999 MAZDA MIATA
Fun in the sun with low kms and
5 speed manual
UC121169
2006 MAZDASPEED 6
6-speed manual, All-wheel drive, 2.3L DISI
UT179647
Bi-weekly
$
175
(6)
$0 DOWN
2008 MAZDA CX-9 GT
Local 7 passenger crossover with leather, sunroof and
BOSE audio. UT153992
Bi-weekly
$
261
(7)
$0 DOWN
CASH PRICE $
32,750
2008 MAZDA CX-7 GS
AWD, Moonroof, 18” Alloy Wheels
UT210728
Bi-weekly
$
205
(8)
$0 DOWN
CASH PRICE $
22,750
2006 AUDI A4
Quattro All-wheel drive with Leather, Sunroof and very
low KMS,
UC103061
Bi-weekly
$
203
(4)
$0 DOWN
CASH PRICE $
21,750
sales@westcoastmazda.com
$
9,670
NOW$
18,750 WAS $
22,995
We accept Visa, Mastercard & American Express
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EMPLOYEE PRICING IS BACK!!!
On all used in stock SAVE THOUSANDS on hundreds of vehicles in stock.
Hundreds of GREAT DEALS plus more VEHICLES arriving EVERY DAY!
7 passenger loaded 4WD
Was
$37,991
Stock#
UT027100
2010 Eddie Bauer
Explorer
sale
$
29,984 only
$
249 bi-weekly****
save
$
8007
save
$
9007
Fully loaded truck
2007 Harley
Davidson F150
sale
$
26,984 only
$
309 bi-weekly**
Was
$35,991
Stock#
UT038458
save
$
6007
4 cyl clean car low kms
Was
$16,991
Stock#
UC168802
sale
$
10,984 only
$
169 bi-weekly*
2006 Fusion SE
save
$
5288
Crew Cab Lariat, Loaded
Was
$39,981
Stock#
UT078548
sale
$
34,693 only $379bi-weekly**
2007 F350 Diesel Dually
save
$
3999
Only 69,000 kms
Was
$15,991
Stock#
UC384562
now only
$
11,992 only
$
149 bi-weekly**
2007 NISSAN VERSA
HATCHBACK
save
$
4007
5.4L V8, loaded, navigation.
Was
$31,991
Stock#
UT054756
sale
$
27,984 only
$
319 bi-weekly**
2007 F150 Supercrew
King Ranch 4X4
save
$
8007
loaded
Was
$32,991
Stock#
UC289356
sale
$
24,984 only
$
219 bi-weekly****
2010 Fusion SEL AWD
save
$
5999
4.2L V6 ,4-speed auto
Was
$12,991
Stock#
UC008821
sale
$
6992
2005 Freestar
UT000172 11 EDGE LIMITED
AWD 9859 kms, BLACK
was $48,709 SAVE $1,000
SALE $47,709
UC136745 11 FIESTA4DR SDN
SE 15430 kms, GREY
was $20,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $17,991
UT001986 11 LINCOLN MKX
AWD W/ NAV 13174 kms, BLACK
was $57,400 SAVE $1,442
SALE $55,958
UC105007 11 MUSTANG GT
CONVERTIBLE 3425 kms, BLACK
was $42,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $39,991
UT052067 10 ESCAPE 4X4 XLT
4CYL LOADED, 19132 kms, GREY
was $30,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $27,991
UT013959 10 ESCAPE 4X4 XLT
V6 W/SYNC, 18076 kms, GREY
was $29,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $26,991
UT089511 10 ESCAPE 4X4 XLT
4CYL, 28386 kms, BLUE
was $28,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $25,991
UT014572 10 F150 SUPERCREW
XTR 4X4 6556 kms, GRAY
was $39,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $36,991
UT045986 10 F-150 4WD
SUPERCREW 32661 kms, WHITE
was $32,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $29,991
UT000022 10 FLEX LIMITED
AWD LOADED 21586 kms, GREY
was $37,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $34,991
UC158756 10 FOCUS 4 DOOR SE
SEDAN 21832 kms, SILVER
was $18,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $15,991
UC379992 10 FUSION 4DR SDN
SPORT AWD 15485 kms, BLACK
was $32,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $29,991
UC105401 10 FUSION SE SEDAN
I4 FWD 55975 kms, BLUE was
$20,991 SAVE $5,997
SALE $14,994
UC114440 10 MUSTANG 2DR
CONV PREMIUM
43047 kms, BLACK
was $32,991SAVE $3,000
SALE $29,991
UT027571 10 RANGER SUPER-
CAB SPORT 2WD
31035 kms, BLACK
was $19,995 SAVE $3,000
SALE $16,995
UT007959 10 SPORT TRAC
ADRENALIN AWD V8
41952 kms, GRAY
was $38,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $35,991
UC39467A 9 FOCUS 4 DOOR
SES LOADED
36383 kms, SILVER
was $19,991SAVE $3,000
SALE $16,991
UT003342 9 SPORT TRAC XLT
4X4 V656468 kms, SILVER
was $31,991SAVE $3,999
SALE $27,992
UT000188 9 SPORT TRAC XLT
4X4 V6 W/ROOF
37000 kms, BLACK
was $32,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $29,991
UC301231 9 TOYOTA YARIS
SEDAN, 80294 kms, GREY
was $14,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $11,991
UT683046 8 DODGEGRAND
CARAVAN SE
88834 kms, GRAY
was $18,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $15,991
UT093236 8 E250 CARGO VAN
65887 kms, WHITE
was $22,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $19,991
UT000774 8 ESCAPE XLT V6
4X4 68282 kms, BLACK PEARL
was $25,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $22,991
UT84250A 8 ESCAPE 4X4 XLT
V6 W/LEATHER 61227 kms, GRAY
was $25,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $22,991
UT41079A 8 ESCAPE 4DR 4WD
XLT 88409 kms, GRAY
was $23,991 SAVE $2,000
SALE $21,991
UT019565 8 ESCAPE XLT V6
FWD 89934 kms, BLACK PEARL
was $19,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $16,991
UT034811 8 EXPLORER XLT 4X4
V8 87514 kms, BROWN
was $28,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE$25,991
UT04478A 8 F150 SUPERCREW
XTR 4X4 60943 kms, GRAY
was $29,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $26,991
UT057946 8 F150 SUPERCREW
XLT 4X4 62793 kms, BROWN
was $29,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $26,991
UT0853418 F150 SUPERCREW
XTR 4X4 66395 kms, GRAY
was $29,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $26,991
UT0585318 F150 SUPERCREW
FX4 CANOPY 50781 kms, SILVER
was $31,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $28,991
UT027345 8 F150 SUPERCAB
XLT 4X4 53081kms, WHITE
was $27,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $24,991
UT047921 8 F150 SUPERCREW
XLT 4X4 73623 kms, WHITE
was $28,991 SAVE $ 3,000
SALE $25,991
UT026087 8 F150 SUPERCAB
XTR 4X4 34449 kms, BROWN
was $28,991SAVE $3,000
SALE $25,991
UT079110 8 F350 C CAB 4X4 S
93497 kms, BLACK
was $40,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $37,991
UC277129 8 FOCUS 4 DOOR S
SEDAN 66634 kms, GRAY
was $14,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $11,991
UC023510 8 HONDA CIVIC 4
DOOR 33664 kms, GREY
was $18,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $15,991
UT605267 8 JEEP WRANGLER
UNLIMITED X 84615 kms,
YELLOW
was $21,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $18,991
UT510042 8 ODYSSEY 5DR LX
AT 18000 kms, GRAY
was $26,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $23,991
UT043360 8 RANGER
SUPERCAB SPORT 2WD 19000
kms, BLACK
was $19,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $16,991
UT50790B 8 RANGER R/C 2WD
4CYL AUTO 42624 kms, GRAY
was $14,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $11,991
UT547242 7 DODGE RAM 1500
4X4 93564 kms, BLACK was
$23,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $20,991
UC766296 7 DODGE MAGNUM
WAGON 60364 kms, RED
was $18,991 SAVE $4,000
SALE $14,991
UC121721 7 DODGE CALIBER
SXT 52296 kms, RED
was $15,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $12,991
UT030951 7 EDGE SEL+ AWD
LOADED 60574 kms, ALLOY
was $29,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $26,991
UT19717B 7 SPORT TRAC
LIMITED 4X4 V6
89588 kms, STONE
was $27,991SAVE $ 3,000
SALE $24,991
UT049485 7 F150 SUPERCREW
XTR 4X4 72064 kms, BLACK
was $25,991 SAVE $2,999
SALE $22,992
UT040603 7 F150 LWB SUPER-
CAB XLT 4X4 114275 kms, GRAY
was $19,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $16,991
UT058887 7 F150 LWB SUPER-
CAB XLT 4X4
115761 kms, SILVER
was $19,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $16,991
UC304555 7 FOCUS ZX3
COUPE SE
92000 kms, SILVER
was $14,991 SAVE $4,998
SALE $9,993
UT035540 7 FREESTAR SE
WAGON 97630 kms, SILVER
was $12,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $9,991
UC306570 7 MUSTANG 2DR
CONV 51441 kms, BLACK
was $28,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $25,991
UT070792 7 RANGER SUPERCAB
SPORT 2WD 107533 kms, GRAY
was $15,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $12,991
UC712973 7 TOYOTA
COROLLA CE
64143 kms, SILVER
was $14,991 SAVE $3,499
SALE $11,492
UT062194 6 ESCAPE 4X4 XLT V6
W/LEATHER 80357 kms, BLUE
was $21,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $18,991
UT070246 6 ESCAPE LIMITED
V6 4X4 82468 kms, BLACK
was $22,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $19,991
UT73369A 6 F150 LWB
SUPERCAB XL 4X4
109099 kms, BROWN
was $17,991 SAVE $ 3,000
SALE $14,991
UT017647 6 F350 KING RANCH
DIESEL 115544 kms, BLACK
was $37,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $34,991
UC02233A 6 FOCUS 4 DOOR SES
SEDAN 121998 kms, WHITE
was $12,991 SAVE $4,000
SALE $8,991
UC271302 5 CHEVROLET
IMPALA
78883 kms, RED
was $14,991 SAVE $ 3,000
SALE $11,991
UT149047 5 DODGE DAKOTA
QUAD CAB 2WD 121232 kms,
BLUE
was $12,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $9,991
UT434113 5 NISSAN FRONTIER
85239 kms, SILVER
was $13,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $10,991
UT47757A 4 EXCURSION 4X4
LIMITED 180550 kms, BLACK
was $29,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $26,991
UT050164 4 F350 SUPERCAB
4X4 DIESEL 156000 kms, SILVER
was $25,991 SAVE $8,008
SALE $17,983
UC142862 4 TAURUS SEL SEDAN
V6 122039 kms, GREEN
was $12,991 SAVE $4,999
SALE $7,992
UC158542 2 SEBRING 4 DOOR
SEDAN 117642 kms, GRAY
was $10,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $7,991
UT646242 99 DODGE RAM
2500 150471 kms, GREEN
was $13,991 SAVE $3,500
SALE $10,491
UT098999 99 TOYOTA SIENNA
LE LOADED 196954 kms, GREEN
was $9,991 SAVE $3,000
SALE $6,991
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