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June 16, 2010
Serving Surrey and North Delta

Pay too slow, pay much more

Toll surcharges on new Port Mann Bridge slammed by NDP
by Jeff Nagel

MOTORISTS WHO use the new Port Mann Bridge and arent careful about
paying the bill fast will be charged sharply higher tolls.
The concession agreement governing the new toll bridge shows those who
dont pay within two full days of crossing may be charged $5.15 each way,
rather than the $2.85 base toll for those who pay quickly, pre-pay or have a
Opposition New Democrats, who
released the agreement obtained
under Freedom of Information, say
Many people will be
the government misled motorists paying $5.15 compared
by repeatedly promising Port Mann to the $3 they thought
tolls of $3 for regular vehicles.
Many people will be paying $5.15 it would be.
compared to the $3 they thought it
would be, NDP transportation critic Harry Bains
Harry Bains said. And we havent
seen the improvement in public
transit they promised.
He said its unreasonable to jack the price for those who dont pay within
two days.
You wont even get the bill within 48 hours in order to pay, he said.
Bains noted the video processing surcharge for those without transpon-
ders who dont pay promptly is significantly more than the equivalent extra
fee at the tolled Golden Ears Bridge.
ILLUSTRATION SUBMITTED It charges $2.75 for cars with transponders, $3.30 for those that are
Drivers who dont pay the toll for crossing the new Port Mann Bridge within two days stand to
pay nearly double, according to a concession agreement obtained by the New Democrats See MINISTER / Page 4

Breathalyzer evidence
allowed in Middelaer case
Mechanic and undercover ofcer also testify
by Tracy Holmes part of the police investigation. Berner is charged with
four counts impaired driving causing death, impaired
THE JUDGE in the case against a Delta woman accused driving causing bodily harm, dangerous driving causing
of impaired driving in the death of four-year-old Alexa death and dangerous driving causing bodily harm.
Middelaer has allowed breathalyzer evidence to be Judge Peder Gulbransen agreed to admit results of a
considered. roadside blood-alcohol screening device obtained from
The court also heard Monday from the mechanic Berner in May 2008 at the scene of the crash. LEADER FILE PHOTO
who inspected Carol Berners car after the crash, and Berners lawyer, David Tarnow, argued last week that Defendant Carol Berner, anked by defence counsel David
an undercover officer who befriended the accused as
See BERNER / Page 4 and Jason Tarnow.

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The charming killer

A Surrey con man is convicted of four murders in Delta, Richmond and Vancouver
by Dan Ferguson Yeung was pulled from the Fraser River near Vancouver International
Airport in 2005.
HE WOULD LEAN back slightly in the witness box as the prosecutor chal- Yeungs biological mother, Richmonds Margaret Kembo was reported
lenged his version of events, an occasional flash of irritation disrupting his missing in October of 2002. Her body has never been found.
calm demeanour. Mahs body was found in a hockey bag dumped at the foot of a Richmond
Surrey resident Charles Kembo is an admitted con man with a con mans slough near the Massey tunnel in 2004.
inflated belief in his ability to talk people into believing his stories. In a court, Kembo was up against veteran Crown Prosecutor Hank Reiner,
The 42-year-old represented himself to his victims as a rich, successful a methodical, patient questioner who made Kembo explain his improbable
businessman who drove an expensive Land Rover and dressed well, but it was stories over and over.
all a lie, funded with money from insurance scams and credit card fraud. Among other things, Kembo claimed his stepdaughter had been kid-
So when the Surrey resident took the stand in his own defence at his mur- napped by some mysterious men before her body was found and his ex-wife
der trial, all his tactics and techniques were there to see. had gone back to Hong Kong to be a nun.
With a relaxed manner, a faint smile and slightly superior attitude, Kembo Charles Kembo Kembo said when he appeared to confess to some of the murders while
attempted to suggest the criminal charges were no big deal, the result of talking to police who arrested him, he was distracted because he was more
bumbling by police and prosecutors who were just not smart enough to concerned about being charged with incest for having sex with his 21-year-
understand what really happened. old stepdaughter than he was about allegedly killing her.
But ultimately Kembo was unable to explain away the deaths of his stepdaughter, 21-year- He was not convincing.
old Rita Yeung of Richmond, his wife, 44-year-old Margaret Kembo of Richmond, 55-year- On Friday (June 11), a B.C, Supreme Court jury brought the lengthy trial to an end by
old Elvie Ma of Ladner, his mistress, and his business partner and friend Arden Samuel, 38, convicting Kembo of four counts of first degree murder, a verdict that carries an automatic
of Vancouver. sentence of life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years.
Samuel was found strangled to death in a Vancouver park in 2003. His lawyer is said to be considering an appeal.

Puckering up
to her pony
Alyssa Kennedy kisses
her two-year-old female
miniature horse Indy prior
to competing at the BC
Miniature Horse Clubs
2010 Spring Classic Show
at the Cloverdale Agriplex
on Saturday.

Surrey Liberals hold firm on HST

Despite colleagues stance, local MLAs still back the tax but say its introduction was a failure
by Kevin Diakiw and Alex Browne But Hogg said he continues to have issues with
the way the HST was introduced to the public,
ALL OF SURREYS Liberal MLAs are holding firm in even though he believes the new tax is a fait
their support of the controversial Harmonized Sales accompli that will serve the province well in the
Tax (HST) after one of their members quit last week long run.
over the issue. Hogg added that he supports, as a matter of
Blair Lekstrom, the Liberal MLA for Peace River democratic principle, the petition process anti-
South quit his position as provincial mining minis- HST campaigners are using in an attempt to
ter and the Liberal caucus over the HST. overthrow the tax.
Surrey area Liberal MLAs remain unwavering in Falcon Hayer Cadieux Hogg I appreciate the angst people have had over it,
their support of the tax. Hogg said, noting he has received many calls and
Kevin Falcon, Liberal MLA for Surrey-Clover- ports the HST because its the right decision. had many in-person meetings with constituents
dale, said he completely backs the HST. I still support it because I think its going to create who have not been shy in expressing their views. A lot
I do that acknowledging I cant imagine how we as jobs, Hayer said. I think its going to be good for the of people end up agreeing that this is probably a good
a government could have screwed up the roll out in the economy. On the other hand, we have done a very poor thing for the province, but the way it was done is wrong.
announcement of what we were doing any worse. job communicating that to the public. The announcement of the HST which came after
Falcon said the province has no ability to reverse the Gordon Hogg (Surrey-White Rock) and Stephanie election statements by Premier Gordon Campbell that it
HST decision, pointing out that its federal legislation. Cadieux (Surrey-Panorama) have also confirmed they
Dave Hayer, (Surrey-Tynehead) said he also still sup- still back the controversial tax. See LEKSTROM / Page 5
4 Wednesday June 16 2010 Surrey North Delta Leader
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Minister: Surcharges undetermined
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lowest New Office payment, and $3.90 for those who are unregistered other methods to pay as well, such as by cellphone.
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201-15135 101 Ave and are billed by mail. The agreement also indicates large trucks will
T: 604.586.3747 F: 604.584.4741 The rate structure in the Port Mann agreement pay half rate if they cross the Port Mann at night, an shows similar step-up rates for late payers with other encouragement to move cargo at off-peak times.
METROTOWN location only! 604.432-9552 DAVE S. HAYER MLA vehicle types $8.10 (versus $5.70 base toll) for small A 25 per cent discount will also apply to vehicles in
(Located underneath Shoppers Drug Mart) SURREY-TYNEHEAD the HOV lane.
trucks, $10.85 (versus $8.55 base) for large trucks and
$3.75 (versus $1.45 base) for motorcycles. Taxis, people with disabilities and registered car
Bains noted those prices are in 2009 dollars and are pool vehicles will all be exempt from tolls, Bond said.
likely to be higher when the bridge opens in 2013. Tolls on the Port Mann would rise by 2.5 per cent
Transportation minister Shirley Bond accused the each year, according to the agreement. A transponder
NDP of spreading misinformation and said the for the Golden Ears Bridge is also supposed to work
PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE surcharge rates listed in the agreement are maximum for the Port Mann, and vice-versa. Regular users
levels the actual surcharges are yet to be determined. would also be subject to a $1.25 monthly account fee.
We havent made a decision about what that The $2.4-billion project includes doubling the
additional cost will be, she said, calling extra fees nec- number of lanes throughout the Highway 1 corridor
AN INVITATION TO A essary to recoup the costs of billing some users. We from Vancouver to Langley. Its being financed entirely
have two years in which to have a discussion about by the provincial government, which will recoup the
PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE FOR A what is required for cost recovery. costs through tolls.
You are invited to a public open house to provide input on three possible
Berner: Befriended by undercover cop
locations for a childrens bike park that is to be located in the South From page 1 ment. Based on Berners test results, ting close to Berner, to determine
Newton community. The three parks under consideration are Panorama Image estimated her blood-alcohol if there was any criminal culpabil-
Village Park, Bob Rutledge Park and Goldstone Park. Const. Sarah Swallow, the first level at the time of the crash at ity with respect to the accident
officer at the scene, did not have between 73 and 107 mg/ml. involving Alexa.
The purpose of this Open House is to provide you with an opportunity to reasonable suspicion to carry out Mechanic Don Kirkpatrick testi- Between Oct. 10 and Dec. 10,
review and give input on three preliminary locations the City has been a blood-alcohol breath test at the fied he found significant damage 2008, a total of 16 Project Angel
reviewing in partnership with motivated children and youth from the scene. to Berners Oldsmobile, but no scenarios were carried out, involv-
South Newton community. Staff will be on hand to receive community In Mondays ruling, Gulbransen mechanical explanation for the ing multiple undercover officers.
feedback and priorities. This information will help us determine a said given that Berner told Swallow fatal crash. He conceded he was At the testifying officers first
preferred location for the proposed facility. she had consumed alcohol prior to not aware of a recall notice that meeting with Berner on Oct. 22,
the accident, it was certainly rea- indicated weld defects in nearly 2008, the accused disclosed every-
The Event will be held: sonable for the officer to suspect 4,000 of the cars that if the weld thing from how her son was getting
Date: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Berner had alcohol in her body. fails, loss of steering could result, married to how she once fantasized
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Alexa died after she was struck possibly in a vehicle crash. On about killing herself by stepping
by Berners vehicle May 17, 2008 re-examination, Kirkpatrick said he in front of a train, the officer said.
Location: Panorama Village Park saw no evidence of the weld failing. The latter was shared en route to
while feeding a horse at the side of
14899 57 Avenue, Surrey, BC a Ladner road. Her aunt, Daphne The court also heard from a Berners home when the officer and
If you have any questions, please call 604 501-5050. We look forward to Johanson, was seriously injured. female undercover officer who Berner were waiting for a train to
working closely with the neighbourhood to review potential locations for Tarnow said he was disap- befriended Berner as part of the pass. Berner was very open, and
pointed with the breathalyzer investigation. The officer who also spoke of raising three sons as
a bike park in the South Newton Community.
decision, but pointed to testimony cannot be identified by court order a single parent, and of a previous
from forensic alcohol specialist testified the Delta woman was abusive relationship.
Brian Image. Image told the court quick to share personal informa- The officer said Berner had a
people with a blood-alcohol level tion after they met at a pub. half-litre of red wine at the pub that between 30-100 mg/100 ml may The officers mission dubbed night, and two more glasses of wine
not show outward signs of impair- Project Angel was aimed at get- at her home. The trial continues.

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Lekstrom: Peace River MLA quit

Liberal caucus over HST debate
From page 3 the federal government Like Cadieux, Hogg Calvins Fresh Choice
legislation is there, and said he remains con- SWEET

our ability to stop it is vinced the HST will be GREEN SEEDLESS

would not be adopted


left many without gone, and was gone as of long-term benefit. HE
crucial information far back as when the Im not an expert on AL
about the benefits of a federal legislation was economics, but all the
voted on in November, information we have We Support
harmonized sales tax, Local Farmers
Hogg said. Hogg explained. received has said its a

Cadieux said she good thing, and all of
The perception that
people had been lied to fully understood Lek- the experts say it is, he HAPPY
has been a very difficult
thing to overcome, he
stroms position.
Blairs got to do what
I think thats why FATHER'S lb.
said, adding he believes
many Liberal MLAs Blair Lekstrom
he feels is right. He was
a great colleague and
its in effect in most
provinces except DAY
would echo his com- I respect his decision. Alberta, Saskatchewan
Blair thought the HST and Manitoba, and I Calvins Fresh Choice Calvins Fresh Choice
ments. caucus to serve as an SWEET LARGE FRESH SUPER SWEET
Cadieux said she, independent MLA. was the right decision believe it will soon be
too, has heard the Lekstrom, originally before, and then he everywhere. NEW ZEALAND
objections of anti-HST
campaigners in her
a supporter of the HST, changed his mind. But
Im still behind it 100
said it was clear his
constituents dont want per cent.
Hogg, who referred YOU DESERVE IT! CARROTS
I believe the HST is it and that the govern-
the right thing to do, ment has been unable to Lekstrom as a good
Cadieux said. The HST and close friend said

$ $
3 2
to sell the concept to
is really different, and the public. he appreciated that
with difference comes Last week, he urged many of the MLAs
angst. But its going to
benefit jobs, which is
going to benefit the
the government to
delay implementing
the HST for six months
supporters in Peace
River oppose the HST
because they own car
10 foforr 3 foforr
province in the longer dealerships that sell PLUS MANY MORE IN-STORE SPECIALS
to a year so that voters
term. could be consulted. a lot of vehicles to Prices in effect June 16-20, 2010 while quantities last. Sorry, no rainchecks.
The local MLAs Alberta, where the tax
This option was
JT Mann
comments followed
Lekstroms announce-
rejected by Campbell,
who said the HST is
is not in effect.
But even Blair said,
latterly, that this could
Great service is my promise! CALVINS FARM MARKET
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Wednesday June 16 2010


Crude thirst the

root of the problem
he images of oil-covered pelicans flopping around on deserted Louisiana
beaches are heartbreaking.
The numbers surrounding the oil rig disaster in the Gulf of Mexico are
frightening; tens of millions of gallons of thick, poisonous crude gushing
unfettered into fishing beds and holiday beaches since April 20, hundreds of thou-
sands of metres of absorbent booms deployed to try to contain the slick, millions
of litres of toxic dispersant chemicals poured into the water to try to break up the
viscous goo.
And anyone including those who call Surrey or Delta home who believes they
wont be affected or shouldnt shoulder some of the blame for this environmental
catastrophe is fooling themselves.
Government officials and oil executives talk bravely about the amount of money
theyre willing to spend to make it right. But the toll of the disaster defies the debit
column on a ledger sheet.
How do you put a price on the death of sea life? How do you quantify the tourists
who wont vacation on Gulf beaches? How do you accurately account for the lost
livelihoods from fisheries that will likely be closed for years to come?
Its easy to blame British Petroleum, whose rig blew up. Its easy to cast a stink eye
to regulators who often succumb to industry pressure they can police themselves.
Its easy to denounce governments so hungry for huge tax revenues generated by oil
exploration and drilling they often ignore the warnings of environmentalists.
But we must all shoulder some of the blame. For the ongoing disaster in the Gulf
of Mexico. For the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska in 1989. Even for the mysterious
leak that sullied a stretch of the Burrard Inlet shore below the Chevron refinery in
North Americans are responsible for one-quarter of the worlds daily oil con-
sumption. And despite years of warnings that this finite resource is running out, our
consumption continues to increase by two per cent a year.
Until we come to grips with those numbers, and work seriously to reverse them,
well continue to compel oil companies to put our environment at risk to sate our
thirst for crude.


Biker Lekstrom runs for the hills

ne of the more memorable As we used to say in Dawson Creek, a strong economy and competitive tax Bill Bennett was quickly promoted to the
scenes of the B.C. Liberal era was well, duh. Its hardly surprising that Taylor regimes, government cannot afford to meet suddenly vacant energy portfolio.
the glamorous former finance recognizes this nefarious ideology, since she their continued demands for increased When reporters crowded into Campbells
minister Carole Taylor riding espoused it for four years in the investment in health care, office Friday morning, he was clearly shaken

around the legislature grounds on an old Campbell government. education, social services and by the latest twist in the HST saga. Asked
Harley driven by its proud owner, Peace Riv- One of her last moves as all other programs British about another new party rising in B.C., he
er South MLA Blair Lekstrom. finance minister was to phase Columbians enjoy, Lekstrom noted that anti-HST organizer Chris Dela-
Since rising from the mayors office in out the corporate capital tax. wrote. ney has had three runs at that. The most
Dawson Creek to provincial politics in 2001, Critics on the left portrayed her Right you are, Blair. Carole recent was the B.C. Conservatives, the only
Lekstrom has enjoyed his image as a tough, as a Gucci-shod aristocrat who Taylor couldnt have said party in 2009 to endorse the HST.
independent biker. His latest turn, before handed a $100 million gift from it better. This must be why Lekstroms latest brainwave, presented at
last weeks sudden exit from the B.C. Liberal taxpayers to the banks, then you supported the HST in last weeks cabinet meeting as his price for
caucus, was to grumble about new safety retired to a lucrative directorship the cabinet, the B.C. Liberal staying on, was a six-month time-out for the
legislation that outlaws those stupid little at the TD Bank. And of course caucus and then in a series of HST. Again, duh. The federal deal is done.
beanie helmets favoured by scientifically she looked splendid in green,
challenged Harley riders. implementing North Americas Tom Fletcher votes in the house.
Alas, Lekstrom writes, I
The PST is gone. The moneys spent. Where
would we find the billion dollars, Blair?
Now Lekstrom and Taylor have each first carbon tax, with key exemp- have reached the point where One Vancouver paper played up Lek-
taken their turn as media stars for their tions for big industrial emitters. my beliefs and values no stroms maverick image, with the obligatory
supposedly tough stance on the harmonized And now we have Lekstrom, who perhaps longer align with my government. Which Harley photo and a headline proclaiming
sales tax. should have protected his skull better dur- beliefs would those be, Blair? The ones on him Rebel With a Cause.
Taylor spoke three sentences on a CTV ing his wild years. He seems a bit dazed the record or the ones recently developed I think Tom Petty was closer. A rebel
panel show a few weeks ago that have been and confused about the HST, still vaguely in the coffee shops and car dealerships of without a clue.
spun ever since into a damnation of her praising it in his letter of resignation to Dawson Creek? Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and col-
former boss Gordon Campbell. She even Campbell. Its no secret that the HST is a daunting umnist for Black Press and
called the HST gasp! ideological in its I firmly believe that British Columbians prospect for regions that border Alberta.
tax shift from business to consumers. must be realistic and recognize that without Its no coincidence that East Kootenay MLA


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Apply Energy alternative to oil is needed

tolls fairly THE HORROR and feeling of powerless-
ness Ive felt while watching the Gulf of
Mexico oil spill disaster is something Im
to electric cars in that country will
just be replacing one fossil fuel with
another because half of the electricity
I FEEL IT IS outrageous that some sure many others share. But none of our in the United States is produced from
bridges will be tolled while others hands are clean in this matter since we burning coal.
will not. all rely so heavily on petroleum products A solution must nevertheless be
Tolls should be applied equally, like gasoline. found, and if that means places where
fairly, and universally throughout One answer suggested by many is clean electricity can be produced eas-
Metro Vancouver or eliminated alto- to turn to electric cars in urban areas. ily, such as British Columbia, are to
gether. Why should some bridges This could possibly work well in Brit- supply places that cannot, then this
be 100 per cent subsidized by the ish Columbia where more than 90 must surely be preferable to the night-
government while citizens have to percent of our electricity is produced mare that has unfolded in the Gulf of
pay costly tolls for others? from clean hydroelectric sources. Mexico.
I am concerned that poor and However, until the United States
working class areas south of the A letter writer says the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico can find an alternative to burning coal Yolanda Lora Vilchis
Fraser will be paying too much. should prompt changes to cleaner energy sources. to produce its electricity, any move Surrey
I guess taxing people a premium

Seniors need better transportation

for using the Lions Gate Bridge is
out of the question since this bridge
is used by many people who can
actually afford to pay tolls and vote
for the provincial government.
Sorry, my mistake, there are no AT UNITED WAY of the Lower fewer social, family and religious their needs. A few communities Both have drivers that assist pas-
tolls on the Lions Gate Bridge. The Mainland, the regions seniors have trips. In other words, seniors who have made some real headway sengers on and off the vehicle,
government has decided to give the told us that accessible and afford- stop driving miss out on life. the North Shore Seniors Go- offer flexible routes and ones
relatively wealthy a toll break. able transportation simply get- What seniors want is transpor- Bus is a great example, so is the designed for seniors.
They have a better plan. ting around is the most critical tation services that accommodate Seniors Shoppers Bus in Mission. United Way, together with part-
Tax the people of Whalley and issue they face. ners like BCAAs Traffic Safety
North Surrey instead for crossing Why? Existing transportation Council, TransLink, the Ministry
the Patullo and provide piece meal systems are simply not age- of Healthy Living & Sport,
public transportation south of the friendly. The fear of falling on a and seniors on the community
Fraser. bus is widespread. planning tables we support are
Seems like Surrey is getting roy- Estimates suggest there may be working to make getting around
ally screwed over twice by the BC more than 30,000 older adults in for older adults, after the drivers
government. the Lower Mainland/Sea to Sky license is retired, a whole lot
Alex Sangha, Delta Corridor who stay home because easier.
they dont drive and dont have One in four people in the

access (or believe they have no region are going to be seniors in
access) to other forms of trans- just 20 years.
portation. We need to start investing in

force not
Studies show that, on average, age-friendly transportation so we
men can expect to live six years can all continue to get around.
and women can expect to live a Talk to your local councillor to
full 10 years without a drivers make sure seniors mobility and

license. the high quality of life that goes
Compared to older people who with it is on their mind.
drive, older non-drivers make 15
percent fewer trips to the doctor, FILE PHOTO / THE LEADER Beverley Pitman, PhD
RE: SURREY MOUNTIES Sued, The 59 percent fewer shopping and Existing transportation systems are not adequate for a growing Seniors Planner
Leader, June 9. restaurant trips, and 65 percent seniors population, argues a spokesperson for the United Way. United Way of the Lower Mainland
Constable Imran Saed of the
RCMP is facing criminal charges on
two accounts of assault stemming

HST went against an election promise

from an incident last year, and one
count of assault arising from an
incident in February of this year.
Another officer identified as only
John Doe is also charged in the RE: BLAIR LEKSTROM resignation. Is the HST likely a good tax? My only member of the B.C. legis- low MLAs who have long served
same February, 2010 incident. Governments are elected to personal belief is there are likely lature who seems to get it. The the province well. His legacy will
On the whole, I believe our police represent the people. longer term benefits to making people of this province do not not be any of the many good
forces are doing an admirable job in Having said that, it is foolish to this change. want this tax. As he identified decisions and projects completed
light of the difficulties they face each believe every decision they make But sometimes decisions made, when he resigned, it is not the during his several terms.
day. I understand that mistakes are will be popular, even with those regardless of their merits, must HST per se voters are objecting to, It will be the HST and the fact it
made where some situations esca- who voted them into power. There be reconsidered when the will of rather the manner in which this cost the Liberals the next election.
late. are times when governments the people is so clearly against an has been mishandled. I cannot and will not support a
However, there is no place for must make hard decisions and issue. Mr. Campbell may not stand for government who so clearly fails to
police officers who use excessive sometimes those decisions may To date, Mr. Lekstrom is the re-election, as may many of his fel- represent me as a taxpayer.
force, and bring disrepute to their cost an MLA re-election. For this While I will never cast a ballot
Brian Batke
reason, at least in my observation,
such decisions are usually made
in the early part of a governments
Resignation applauded in favor of the NDP, my decision
not to vote Liberal in the next
election may ultimately result in
their defeat and election of an
Write to us The B.C. Liberal party, which
should be clear to any thinking
KUDOS TO FORMER B.C. Energy Minister Blair Lekstrom for putting his
morals, character, accountability and constituents ahead of his political
NDP government.
To me, that is a truly unfortu-
newsroom@ person, reversed its position party. Finally a man in politics worth leading our great province. Premier nate but acceptable alternative to on the HST within weeks of re- Gordon Campbell and Finance Minister Colin Hansen should take heed the manner in which the Liberal
election. of this courageous act and follow suit. party are conducting themselves.
Call it what you may, but an British Columbians do not want the HST. We cannot afford to be taxed Thank you Mr. Lekstrom for
Letters to the editor must
election promise was broken. any further especially in the midst of the unstable economic environ- having the courage of your con-
identify writers by proper
Reports are some 80 per cent of ment. We have voted in strength and numbers undeniable. victions and not only listening,
name, and provide address
the electorate are against this new You have misspent our money for the last time, Premier Campbell, and but hearing the people of this
and phone numbers for
tax. In fact, more people have our wallets will no longer be a resource for your financial incompetence. province.
verification. The Leader
signed the HST petition than Blair Lekstrom for Premier. RW Davies
reserves the right to edit for
voted in the last election. Jeff Leggat, Maple Bay Surrey
brevity, clarity and legality.
8 Wednesday June 16 2010 Surrey North Delta Leader

An artists rendering
released by
government shows
S U R R EY M U S E U M interior of new-
style modular
classroom. The
NEW picture notes that
EXHIBIT Rendering is not
the nal design. For
illustrative purposes

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New portable classrooms
patch and come on board for
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of villainy, plunder, and buried treasure. for all-day kindergarten
LEGO creations built by the Vancouver
LEGO Club showcase the world of pirates, Surrey and Delta to get updated modulars
from their ships, treasures, famous battles
Black Press Chimney Hill Elementary (four classrooms)
and weapons to their dress, possessions, Hillcrest Elementary (four classrooms)
grub and legends. NEW ALL-DAY kindergarten classes will be housed A.J. McLellan Elementary (eight classrooms)
in new-look modular classrooms that repre- T.E. Scott Elementary (eight classrooms)
On display May 22-August 28, 2010 sent an improvement over the spartan portable Hazelgrove Elementary (four classrooms)
classrooms of the past, the provincial government The modular classrooms were designed by a
announced Monday. committee that included educators and a represen-
Hours: Tuesday-Friday: 9:30am-5:30pm, Saturday: 10am-5pm Premier Gordon Campbell and Education Min- tative from the Surrey school district, a government
Admission: Adults: $5, Seniors & Students: $3.75, Child & Youth: $2.50, 5 and Under: Free ister Margaret MacDiarmid unveiled the details of press release said.
the kindergarten program Monday at an elemen- Naturally lit and energy-efficient, the modular
17710 56A Avenue, Surrey, "#s   tary school in Surrey. classrooms will provide a permanent, versatile solu-
Provincewide, the plans call for 133 modular tion with the same life span as a standard school
classrooms that can be dismantled and moved from classroom, said the statement.
district to district as needed, as well as additions to The expansion of kindergarten from half days to
existing schools. full days begins this fall is expected to be completed
In Surrey, the province will install 26 modulars for the 2011 school year.
at 20 schools and build six school additions, while The $144.5-million plan covers school additions,
Delta will get two modulars at two schools. renovations, modular classrooms, new school space The six Surrey schools scheduled to receive addi- and approximately $10 million to furnish and equip
tions to support full-day kindergarten are: classrooms, including the conversion of existing
Cambridge Elementary (four classrooms) space.


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maintains there is absolutely no reason for a student to fail answer. Many students need individualized instruction to (again) to the same curriculum they couldnt master in
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To Centree Potters Western Fence & Gate
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said after trustees speciality and clerical By law, B.C. school
passed the 2010-11 teachers staff, as well districts must sub-
operating budget
worthy nearly a
half-billion dollars
wont be
replaced for
as adminis-
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fall will be made up at 67,580 students extended spring 11% - operations
by shifting specialty an increase of 1,248 break to two weeks and maintenance
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Spill closes Surrey park Murder confirmed

Ministry of Environment shuts down Hi-Knoll Park
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THE PROVINCE shut down a
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Body found in bushes last week
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from a toxic spill into McLel- where kids play. Team (IHIT). Investigators are
lan Creek. McLellan Creek is home to THE WOMAN found dead in Whal- working to confirm the identity and
The Ministry of Environ- chum salmon, the official said, ley last week was murdered, police then notify the next of kin.
ment posted signs closing Hi- adding there is no evidence of now say. The woman is described as a
Knoll Park, at 54 Avenue and damage to the fishery. The body was found in the mulatto woman in her early 40s.
Colebrook Road Friday after The diesel could present a 13600-block of 104A Avenue early Details of the death are not being
concerns that toxic chemicals threat, but ministry officials last Wednesday (June 11). Police released by police at this time.
may have washed from ABC Concern about a possible are confident its not a signifi- have yet to confirm her identity. Anyone with information is asked
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Transit U-Pass unveiled for students

Doubts linger over viability in areas with poor bus service
by Jeff Nagel tional campuses that sign on. drives up use of the transit The original U-Pass serv-
But students in areas system. ing UBC has been credited
ALL POST-SECONDARY stu- underserved by transit are If it costs considerably with spurring a huge surge
dents in Metro Vancouver wondering if theyll be left more than TransLink will get in ridership allowing the
are being promised a $30 behind. Kwantlen Polytechnic from Victoria and from the university to rip up and
U-Pass giving them unlim- University students in Rich- pass fees, the system could redevelop parking lots but
ited transit access. mond, Surrey and Langley struggle to meet the demand it has also been blamed for
The announcement by see big problems in the new of new U-Pass holders and driving TransLink costs up
Premier Gordon Campbell arrangement. existing users. faster than fare revenue could
last Wednesday was hailed A lot of our students dont Thats maybe the $20-mil- keep up.
as a victory by some students live on a bus route, so were lion question, said Langley Most student groups
who for years had demanded concerned we could have a City Mayor Peter Fassbender, applauded the announce-
their university or college lot of students paying for a chair of the mayors council ment.
campuses get the same deal as service they simply cannot that oversees TransLink. The U-Pass is an invest-
UBC and SFU students, who use, said Matthew Todd, FILE PHOTO / THE LEADER But Fassbender said he is ment in the next generation,
have long had the heavily external affairs director for Students at all post-secondary institutions can now hopeful a warming relation- in the economy and the
discounted U-Pass. the Kwantlen Student Asso- pay a monthly fee for unlimited transit access. ship between area mayors, environment, said Nimmi
Students at institutions ciation. TransLink and the province Takkar, the B.C. chair of
that vote to adopt the U-Pass Unless TransLink increases will help forge a new funding the Canadian Federation of
would be required to pay for services to those areas or Thats my fear, Todd said. would have to be in or out of formula to finance a major Students.
it the extra $30 per month allows some students to opt We would have thousands of U-Pass they would not vote expansion of the transit sys- U-Pass prices will fall to
would be added to student out, he fears Kwantlen might students in Richmond paying individually. tem to serve all users. $30 at some existing institu-
fees but it would be much vote down a $30 U-Pass offer. $81 a month when they only TransLink officials had I believe the U-Pass is the tions where students cur-
cheaper than an $81 monthly That would be unfortunate, need to be paying $30. Or else no answers as to how much right decision at this time, rently pay more for the pass.
transit pass. he noted, because the pass we have students in Langley existing fare revenue might he said. There are still issues UBC and SFU keep their
The province is pledging would be fabulous for paying $30 per month for be lost when students shift to we need to address moving lower rates (UBC students
$20 million over three years students near the Richmond something they cant really the U-Pass or how costly it forward. It isnt just about stu- pay $25) until September of
to help TransLink cover the campus, where transit service use. Were in a no-win situ- will be to provide increased dents its about seniors and 2011, after which they will
increased costs of providing is better, especially with the ation. service to new campuses once everybody else who needs rise to $30.
more transit service to addi- opening of the Canada Line. All of Kwantlens campuses the U-Pass takes effect and access to transit.

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TransLink revenue is up, costs go down

Budget decit to shrink to $46 million
by Jeff Nagel Olympics were over Ears Bridge isnt attract- possible toll reductions, this year to generate running deficits and tions to translate to the
was still 19 per cent ing as many motorists to attract more traffic. an extra $130 mil- drawing down its bottom line and for a
A SURGE in transit rid- higher than the same as expected, and Although higher fuel lion, spokesman Ken reserves until 2012. restructuring of bus
ership that began with month of 2009. TransLink is consider- and parking taxes and Hardie said TransLink He said it will take service to start generat-
the 2010 Olympics and The tolled Golden ing options, including a fare hike took effect is expected to continue time for cost reduc- ing more revenue.
aggressive cost cutting
are helping TransLink
rein in its budget deficit.
Officials say the
transportation author-
ity is on track to cut
its annual deficit more
than 40 per cent, from
an estimated $79.3 mil-
lion for 2010 to $46.3
TransLink reported
revenues were $7.5
million higher than
planned in the first
quarter, while operating
expenses were nearly
$26 million lower.
For the quarter, an
expected $10 million
deficit turned into a $24
million surplus.
We intend to main-
tain that momentum
by taking every oppor-
tunity to control costs
and generate further
efficiencies, TransLink
CEO Ian Jarvis said.
Over the past two
years, TransLink has ter-
minated several senior
executives, left empty
positions vacant and
restructured some of its
operations shedding at
least 100 jobs in all.
Lower fuel prices, far
more passengers than
even expected during
the Olympics and a
trend of continuing
higher post-Games rid-
ership have all helped.
TransLink carried
51 per cent more
passengers during
February compared to a
year earlier and March
ridership after the

Black Press

IN A JOINT effort,
RCMP officers in Lang-
ley, Abbotsford and Sur-
rey discovered multiple
grow operations after
executing searches of five
properties spanning all
three municipalities.
Seven people were
arrested at the various
properties and mul-
tiple charges will be laid
ranging from theft of
electricity, production of
a controlled substance,
and possession for the
purpose of trafficking.
Over 1,800 marijuana
plants and in excess of 15
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The Municipal Council of The Corporation of Delta will Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 in single family homes; and that secondary suites are not
hold a Public Hearing, in accordance with the Local Amendment Bylaw No. 6837 included in the density regulations under the SFR and ISF
Government Act, to consider the following proposed To amend the Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 by land use designations.
projects and related applications: rezoning a portion of the subject property (Rem. Lot 2) Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977
Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2010 from RS4 Single Family (610 m2) Residential to RS8 Single Amendment Bylaw No. 6852
Time: 7:00 p.m. Family (390 m2) Residential in order to permit a 2-lot sub- This amendment would permit secondary suites in single
Place: Council Chamber division and to retain an existing dwelling. family dwellings in the RS1, RS1-A, RS2, RS3, RS4, RS5, RS6,
Delta Municipal Hall Development Variance Permit LU005834 RS7, RS8, RD1, RD2, RM1, RM5, and RM6 Zones and would
4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent include the following text amendments:
Delta, BC V4K 3E2 To vary Section 305(a) of the Delta Zoning Bylaw No.
A Council meeting is scheduled to immediately follow this 2750, 1977 by waiving the front yard averaging re- (i) permit a maximum of one secondary suite for single
Public Hearing in the event Council wishes to give further quirement of 8.8 m for Lot A to allow a 6.5 m front yard family dwellings only;
consideration to any projects at that time. setback for a principal structure. (ii) limit the oor area of a secondary suite to no more
Project No. 1 Application for Rezoning and Development Staff Contact: Alex Cauduro 604.952.3163 than 40 percent of the total oor area of the building and
Variance Permit (File No. Web Location: Regular Meeting: May 17, 2010 E02 to a maximum of 90 m2;
LU005925) (iii) require that the oor area of a secondary suite is no
Project No. 3 Application for Rezoning and Development
Location: 5263 Central Variance Permit (File No. LU005897) less than 33 m2;
Avenue, Delta as shown (iv) require that all secondary suites meet the BC Building
outlined in bold on MAP Location: 5093 45 Avenue as shown outlined in bold on
MAP NO. 3 Code;
NO. 1
Applicant: Howard Smid Applicant: T.E. Andres (v) require one additional off-street parking space for a
Telephone: 604-946-1726 Homebuilding Ltd. secondary suite;
Proposal: Application for Telephone: 604.946.8876 (vi) prohibit a secondary suite in a single family dwelling
Rezoning and Development Proposal: Application for which is occupied by one or more boarders;
Variance Permit to allow a Rezoning and Develop- (vii) limit home occupations for the principal dwelling
2-lot single family subdivi- ment Variance Permit to unit and secondary suite to certain businesses that do not
sion, retention of an exist- allow a 3-lot subdivision. generate trafc;
ing dwelling on proposed MAP NO. 1 Delta Zoning Bylaw No. (viii) require permission in writing from the property
Lot 2, and construction of FILE NO. LU005925 2750, 1977 owner(s) to operate a home occupation in a secondary
a garage at the front of Amendment Bylaw No. suite; and
proposed Lot 2, and a new dwelling on proposed Lot 1. 6850 (ix) establish new denitions for the terms Cooking Facili-
Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 To amend the Delta ties and Secondary Suite and revise the denition of the
Amendment Bylaw No. 6860 Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, MAP NO. 3 terms Dwelling Unit and Dwelling, Single Family.
FILE NO. LU005897
To amend the Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 by re- 1977 by rezoning the Municipal Ticketing Information Bylaw No. 6639, 2007
zoning the subject property from RS2 Single Family (0.40 subject property from RM1
ha) Residential to RS7 Single Family (335 m2) Residential. Multiple Family (Duplex) Residential to RS7 Single Family Amendment Bylaw No. 6853
Development Variance Permit LU005925 (335 m2) Residential. This amendment would introduce a ne of $200.00 per
Development Variance Permit LU005897 day for property owners who are found to have:
To vary the Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 as fol-
lows: To vary the Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 as fol- (i) more than one secondary suite in a single family dwell-
lows: ing;
(i) Section 305(a) by waiving the front yard averaging
regulation and establishing a front setback of 7.4 m for (i) Section 632D by reducing the minimum rear yard (ii) a secondary suite that does not comply with the BC
proposed Lot 1; setback from 9 m to 8.27 m and the minimum side setback Building Code; or
(ii) Section 607.4(b)(iii) by increasing the maximum permit- on a anking street from 3.5 m to 2.9 m for the principal (iii) insufcient off-street parking.
ted horizontal distance between the front-most part of structure on proposed Lot 3; and
Staff Contact: John Hopkins 604.952.3155
an attached garage and the rear-most point of the front (ii) Section 636D by reducing the minimum average lot
elevation of the dwelling from 3 m to 3.76 m for pro- depth for subdivision from 30 m to 28.86 m for proposed Web Location: Regular Meeting: June 7, 2010 E06
posed Lot 1; Lots 1, 2 and 3. Additional information, copies of the bylaws, supporting
(iii) Section 607.5 by reducing the minimum permitted Staff Contact: Lisa King 604.952.3164 staff reports and any relevant background documentation
horizontal separation between the principal building and may be inspected until June 22, 2010.
Web Location: Regular Meeting: May 10, 2010 E04
an accessory structure (a detached garage) at the front Municipal Hall: Community Planning and
from 1.5 m to 0.96 m for proposed Lot 2; and Project No. 4 Application for amendments to The Corpo- Development Department
ration of Delta Ofcial Community Plan Bylaw No. 3950, Website:
(iv) Section 632D by reducing the minimum front setback 1985, the Delta Zoning Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 and the
for an accessory structure (a detached garage) from 12 Email:
Municipal Ticketing Information Bylaw No. 6639, 2007 Phone: 604.946.3380
m to 7.4 m, and the minimum side (northeast) setback for to permit secondary suites in single family dwellings.
the existing dwelling from 1.5 m to 1.3 m for proposed Hours: 8:00 am to 4:45 pm Monday, Tuesday,
(File No. LU005941) Wednesday, and Friday
Lot 2. Location: All lands zoned as RS1, RS1-A, RS2, RS3, RS4, RS5, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Thursday
To vary Section 5.2 of the Delta Subdivision and Develop- RS6, RS7, RS8, RD1, RD2, RM1, RM5, and RM6 Zones in
ment Standards Bylaw No. 5100, 1994 to accept cash- Delta Anyone who believes that their interest in property will
in-lieu of installation of ornamental street lighting and be affected by the proposed projects shall be given an
Applicant: The Corporation of Delta opportunity to be heard at the Public Hearing on matters
concrete sidewalk. Telephone: 604.946.3380 contained in the bylaws and/or proposed by the applica-
Staff Contact: Tanya Mitchner 604.952.3472 Proposal: To amend The Corporation of Delta Ofcial tions.
Web Location: Regular Meeting: June 7, 2010 E04 Community Plan Bylaw No. 3950, 1985, the Delta Zon- Should you have any concerns or comments you wish to
Project No. 2 Application ing Bylaw No. 2750, 1977 and the Municipal Ticketing communicate to Council in advance of the Public Hearing,
for Rezoning and Develop- Information Bylaw No. 6639, 2007 in order to permit you can write to:
ment Variance Permit (File secondary suites in single family dwellings.
Mayor and Council
No. LU005834) The Corporation of Delta Ofcial Community Plan Bylaw 4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent
Location: 5135 Central No. 3950, 1985 Delta, BC V4K 3E2
Avenue, Delta as shown in Amendment Bylaw No. 6851 Fax: 604.946.3390
bold on MAP NO. 2 This amendment would: Email:
Applicant: Frank Buonanno (i) include secondary suites in the description of the One To be considered, correspondence must be received by the
Telephone: 604-946-9308 and Two Unit Residential (R) land use designation in Sec- Ofce of the Municipal Clerk no later than 4:30 p.m. on
tion 1.9.1; and June 22, 2010
Proposal: Application for
Rezoning and Development (ii) indicate in Section 1.9.2 that zoning within the Single Please note that Council may not receive further submis-
Variance Permit to allow a Family Residential (SFR) and Inll Single Family Residential sions from the public or interested persons concerning
2-lot subdivision. MAP NO. 2 (ISF) land use designations may permit secondary suites any project after the Public Hearing has concluded.
FILE NO. LU005834

The Corporation of Delta

4500 Clarence Taylor Crescent
Delta BC V4K 3E2
Surrey North Delta Leader Wednesday June 16 2010 17

This years headliner:

Pancake Breakfast
at 9:30am
by donation

Activities for Everyone!

Kids Zone Youth Zone
Sunrise Seniors

Central City Saturday,

Plaza June 19
13450-102 Avenue 11:00am - 6pm

Central City Welcomes the Community

on June 19th For the Whalley Festival

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In a Class of Their Own

Written by Melanie Shim, DSBIA Student Intern

Theyre an icon on the Canadian

music scene with an amazing
list of hit songs. On Saturday,
June 19th Chilliwack will bring
their eclectic brand of rock n
roll to the 12th Annual Whalley
A CA M P U S FO R T H E F U T U R E Community Festival.
SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY Starting off with The Collectors,
Bill Henderson and gang changed
their name to parallel the change
in the bands personnel. The
word Chilliwack, meaning valley
of many streams, eventually
became their name and reected
REGISTER ONLINE the different directions the bands
music took. From Gregorian So, warm up your vocal chords
FOR SUMMER chants to native west coast music, because you will want to sing along
CAMPS NOW Chilliwack is musically innovative. when Chilliwack performs at the 12th
Annual Whalley Community Festival on
Experienced community festival
Saturday June 19th.
organizers know that music is a
wonderful catalyst to help bring people
together and have fun. Chilliwack is the
perfect group to perform
for the biggest one-day
community festival in
Games & Animation
Games Master I didnt know much about
Movie & Special Effects Camp [the Festival], admits lead
Experience University songwriter, vocalist and
Science AL!VE - Surrey guitarist Bill Henderson,
someone just wanted us
250, 102 Avenue, Surrey, BC, Canada V3T 0A3 - Tel: 778.782.7400 Fax: 778.782.7403 passionate about musics
ability to move people.
I think music is healthy
for people... music makes
people feel good and you
need to be in a positive
frame of mind to do well in life.

Have fun celebrating together Henderson hopes to continue

providing music for loyal and new fans
alike. Currently he is producing a live
with friends and family! concert DVD of a recent
Chilliwack concert where
the band celebrated the
40th anniversary of its rst
record release. Henderson
also wants to document
the bands entire history,
including what the band
did, where it came from
and what happened over
those 44 years.

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Local band opens for Chilliwack June 19th at

the Whalley Community Festival!
Written by Sarah St. John, DSBIA Student Intern

All About Jack is a local band with ve out of their six

members from Surrey and is not your average cover band.
The group has been together for almost 10 years, they have a
diverse musical repertoire.
June 2010 Take a good look.
Keyboard player Bruce Hayne says the band tries to pick
music that is recognizable and fun to dance to, but also a ITS FEST SEASON IN
little different than what most cover bands play and musically DOWNTOWN SURREY
challenging for the band. Their play list ranges from Journey to We all got in the partying mood during the Olympics.
Joe Cocker to Alanis Morissette to Elton John. Hayne says that With Holland Park, the venue of the only Celebration Site
music is what [they] love to do and that each member of the South of the Fraser, we were able to party close to home.
band has always had music in their lives. If fourteen days of activities and First-Class entertainment
left you wanting more, have no fear the festival season
Hayne says the band enjoys playing at community events
is here.
because it is a unique way of giving back to the community
and that the band is looking forward to playing for everyone at Starting off the season is the 12th Annual Whalley
the festival. Community Festival on Saturday, June 19th. The day
of fun and entertainment for all ages starts with a North
All About Jack is excited to perform on the main stage at the Surrey Lions Club Pancake Breakfast at 9:30 am and ends
Whalley Community Festival June 19th at 3:00pm before with the band Chilliwack from 4:30- 6 pm.
Chilliwack takes the stage at 4:30pm.
This year the festival is moving to a new location, Central
The Whalley Community Festival will take place on June 19th City Plaza on 102 Avenue and the front parking lot of the
from 11:00am-6:00pm at Central City Plaza, 13450 102 Avenue North Surrey Rec Centre, a move made necessary with the
and in the parking lot of the North Surrey Recreation Centre. construction of the new City Centre Library.
For more information about the band visit
We are very excited about our new location, says
For more information on the festival visit Lucie Matich, co-chair of the event. Its high prole
and easy to get to. Its a great venue to host our headliner,
Two new festivals in early July include the Fijian Festival
on July 3 and the Pride Festival on July 11, both at Holland

Whalleys Steve Gidora plays at the Whalley In mid-July, we can look forward to the 3rd annual Fusion
Fest, a two-day event focusing on food and music from

Community Guitarist and mandolin player Steve Gidora started his musical
career in Whalley at the Oak Avenue United Church Coffee
cultures around the world. Last year, over 60,000 people
attended the event and with the spectacular plans for 2010,
that record is sure to be broken. Mark your calendar for
Festival on House. Those who have been in the area for a while may know
him through his earlier bands the Wayside Singers or Bargain at Half
the Price.
July 17th & 18th so you will remember to attend this
Holland Park event.

June 19 He now plays with The Wheat in the Barley, a band whose cultural
background, Ukrainian, Celtic and Canadian, is reected in their
The Jamaican Festival will again be staged at Holland
Park on Sunday, August 1st and promises to be a fun
experience for the whole family.
Written by
Sarah St. John, DSBIA Student Intern
name. The band is made up of a wind specialist, percussion
The Downtown Surrey BIAs Movies Under the Stars
specialist, ddler, guitar and mandolin player, electric bass player, and
presented by Prospera returns to Holland Park. Four family-
accordion player. While the group can play a variety of historical friendly movies will be shown every Saturday in August.
and traditional songs, they have a very contemporary feel their This movie series has been gaining popularity since
music has been described as celtic blues in gypsy shoes. Their 2005. It brings people from all over Surrey and beyond
repertoire in the last few years has even included music written by to participate in the pre-movie fun and enjoy watching a
Gidora. movie under the stars.
The Wheat in the Barley is well known throughout BCs schools for The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement
their captivating educational performances. They recently returned Association is proud to sponsor events that attract people
from an extensive tour of schools in Northern BC. Through music, to the downtown core. As the mainstage sponsor for the
The Wheat in the Barley teach students about Canadian History Whalley Festival, the Kids Zone sponsor for Fusion Fest
and Canadas rich multicultural legacy. and the organizing sponsor of Movies Under the Stars, the
DSBIA is committed to a vibrant, innovative and livable
The band is looking forward to performing at this year Whalley downtown.
Community Festival. Gidora mentioned that last time they were
at the festival it was great to run into old friends. For more Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association
information about the band visit For
more information on the festival visit

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Learn More about your Community at the

Whalley Community Festival!
Written by Sarah St. John, DSBIA Student Intern

With over seventy exhibitors, the Whalley Community as a discovery of self-motivation, understanding, also celebrating the wonderful diversity immigrants
Festival will be a great opportunity to learn more responsibility, commitment and inclusiveness. This bring to Surrey.
about the wide variety of organizations and programs year they are looking forward to promoting their new
that contribute to the vibrant community of Surrey. Strong Start program for preschool students. This is just a small sample of the groups attending
the 12th annual festival, so join your friends and
Jean Logan, Principal of Discovery Elementary School Other groups at this years festival include neighbours on June 19th from 11:00am-6:00pm at
sees the festival as a great opportunity for the SportAbility and DIVERSEcity Community Resources Central City Plaza, 13450 102 Avenue and in the
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Trans Link Police
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Kla-how-eya Aboriginal Centre of SACS
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Entertainment Schedule
Main Stage
11 am Phoenix Red Shirts Youth Zone NSRC - Arena Two
11:30 am Sun Hang Do Martial Arts

Last Beat Standing Itinerary
12 noon Marion Torres
(subject to change)
12:15 pm Collabocall Productions featuring Praise Team,
Heavy Hittaz, Next Episode Saturday, June 19, 2010

1 pm Wheat in the Barley 12:00-12:30 Sign Up
2 pm Welcome 12:30-1:00 Showcase (wait for dancers

2:15 pm Central City Youth Talent Search Winners: performing at Main Stage)
Nhemy, Mathew, Nicole, Jugpreet 1:00-1:10 Cypher - Judges pair up crews
3 pm All About Jack 1:10-1:30 First Round
4:30 pm Chilliwack 1:30-1:40 Cypher - Judges eliminate crews
Plaza Stage 1:40-2:00 Second Round
2:00-2:30 Hip Hop Showcase / Popping Locking
12 noon Nicole Whitney Showcase / Judges Showcase
12:30 pm Yvonne Walters Country Dancers 2:30-2:45 Final Round
1:15 pm Classic Steps Dance Studio
2:30 pm Hawaiian Sunset Dancers
Kids Zone
12 noon- Storytelling presented by
2:30 pm Surrey Public Library
2:30- 3:30 pm Cinemazoo
Plus face painters and balloon artists.

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Come to Central City Shopping Centre to find the

prefect gift for Fathers Day that your Dad will
actually love! We have floating beverage coolers,
restaurant and coffee gift cards, GPS systems, golf
bag organizers, BBQ 18-piece tool sets, ihome
speaker systems, remote control caddys, designer
Let The Chips Fall Where
suits, casual and dress shoes (dont forget the ties),
They May electric razors, big screen tvs, movies, sports jerseys,
The Whalley Community Festival welcomes World Cup T-shirts, and more. We even have
all chocolate lovers to come and indulge
themselves in what should be a spectacular engraving on site for that special personalized gift. So
start to an eventful day. look no longer. We have the answers. Central City
For the past eleven years, the North Surrey Shopping Centre has gift ideas so great you will most
Lions Club has kicked off festival day by likely buy something for yourself while you are here.
putting on a pancake breakfast. This year,
with chocolate chips donated by Charlies
Chocolate Factory, the Lions Club will be Central City. Get Real. Go Shopping.
introducing chocolate chip pancakes to their
breakfast menu.
So come early and add a little sweetness to
the start of your Whalley Festival Day.

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The Whalley Community Association The Downtown Surrey Business
would like to thank the many people Improvement Association Summer
involved in the festival that contribute to Interns (Marie Cheung, Melanie Shim,
its success: Sarah St. John) for their enthusiasm and
A big thank you The planning committee including Lucie hard work.
Matich (Festival Co-Chair), Jane Anne Mayor Dianne Watts and Council for
to the sponsors and volunteers of our Anderson, Shelly Baxter, Roger Bose, their continued support of the Whalley
12th and
Annual Whalley Thank
ThankYouYou to
to our
Festival. Alan Champion, Tracey Gravel, Michelle
Mackay, Karen McGregor, Meagan
Community Festival.
Blackwood Partners for the use of
Community and Thank
Leaders You to our
See you Leaders
there! Sarnowski, Shaun Scott, Kerri Van Eaton the Central City Plaza and the City of
Community Leaderss and Anne Van Rhyn, who spent months Surrey for the use of the North Surrey
organizing the event. Rec Centre.
The volunteers who help on the day And our sponsors, for their continued
DONA CADMAN of the festival to insure everything runs nancial support that enables the festival
Member of Parliament smoothly. We would especially Phoenix to happen every year.
Drug & Alcohol Centre for their
Surrey North volunteer support. Thank-you for showing your support to
our community. Community spirit thrives
The City of Surrey Staff members in Whalley.
307-9808 King George Highway who assist during the planning process
Surrey, BC V3T 2V6 through to the clean-up on event day. Bonnie Burnside
Tel: (604) 586-2441 / Fax: (604) 586-2445 President, Whalley Community Association
The Whalley Community Festival Committee sponsors


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Calling all youth to bust a move June 19th

at the Whalley Community Festival!
Community Written by Sarah St. John, DSBIA Student Intern

At this years Whalley Community Festival there will be There will also be information about different programs
some mad dance crews in the house. Crews of four will and organizations in the community including Mobile Youth

show off their best break dancing moves and compete Outreach, Pacic Community Resources, RCMP, Options
in the B-Boy Battle. Some dancers wont be competing - and more!
just performing to showcase their best hip-hop, popping
and locking, and B-Boy moves. Showcases will include Besides adding spunk to the festival, the youth zone is a
performances from the judges Savage, Muggy Mugs, and great part of Whalley Community Festival that recognizes
Art. To sign up for the B-Boy Battle or to showcase your the important role teens play in the community.
moves email The youth zone will take place from 12:00pm-4:00pm at
If dancing is not your thing - no worries - there will many the North Surrey Recreation Centre, 10275 City Parkway.
other activities to take part in. In the youth zone there will For more information on other activities at the Whalley
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Chiefs unbeaten in Whalley

Perfect play
at home
by Rick Kupchuk season, and Jordan McComb
with two RBIs were the offensive
A WEEK AFTER losing all four leaders.
games on a road trip to Vancouver Chris Fischer tossed a complete
Island, the Fraser Valley Chiefs game four-hitter in the first game
ended the losing streak with three Sunday, a 3-0 victory against Vic-
wins last weekend at Whalley Ball toria, improving his record to 5-2.
Park. He walked just three batters while
The Chiefs took advantage of striking out eight.
some stingy pitching to defeat Brandon Bufton supplied much
the North Shore Twins 4-0 Friday of the offence, belting a double
night, and sweep the visiting Vic- and a triple, driving in one run.
toria Eagles in a double header Dunbar was the winning
Sunday afternoon. pitcher in game two, giv-
The perfect weekend ing up an earned run on
vaulted Fraser Valley six hits in four innings
back into fifth place pitched in a 6-1 triumph.
in the 13-team B.C. The Chiefs nursed a
Premier Baseball League. 2-1 lead into the sixth
The Chiefs are now inning before scoring
15-12 on the season, four times to put the
locked in a three-way tie game out of reach. Mitch
with the Coquitlam Reds Dornblut drove in two
and Vancouver Cannons, runs with a based-loaded
five and a half games out Mitch Dornblut single, then scored
of first place. himself on a sacrifice fly
North Shore managed just two from Adam Quan.
hits and three walks of Chiefs The Chiefs will host the Okana-
starter Caleb Lefebvre Friday gan Athletics of Kelowna for two
night, as the Fraser Heights games Saturday, the first getting
Secondary student picked up his underway at 1 p.m. at Whalley
second win of the season. Stadium.
Justin Pilgrim and Alex Dunbar WILD PITCHES: Bufton sits
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retiring the Twins in order in ted in with 22, two behind leader BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
each frame. Scott Jones of the Victoria Mari- Chris Fischer of the Fraser Valley Chiefs delivers a pitch during Sundays game against the Victoria
Justin Atkinson with two hits, ners. Bufton is tops in the league Eagles. Fischer threw a four-hitter in a 3-0 victory.
including his third double of the in home runs with three.

Blue Jays continue to chase first place

B.C. Premier League team wins three of four on the road
by Rick Kupchuk just a half game back of the 20-6 all were doubles off the bats of Popoff each had a pair of hits, with
Langley Blaze. Tyson Popoff, Hodgins and Alec Lavallee hitting a double and driv-
A HEARTBREAKING loss their only North Delta took a 3-0 lead after Manierka. Cam Challand had ing in two runs.
defeat of the weekend is all that three innings in Saturdays first a strong outing on the mound, Cam Frick got the win while
separates the North Delta Blue Jays game, and hung on for a 3-2 win with the two earned runs coming pitching in relief. Blue
from first place in the B.C. Premier despite managing just two hits in off eight hits and a pair of walks. Game two was not contest, as
Baseball League. the game. Challand struck out eight North Delta pounded out 12 hits Jays
The Jays won three of four One was a second- Cannons batters. in an 8-2 victory.
games, the lone loss coming in inning double by Trevor Having just five hits in Popoff led the offence with three Q Improved
the second of two contests with Hodgins, who scored two games Saturday, the hits, all singles, while Pentland won-lost record
the Vancouver Cannons Saturday later in the inning on a Blue Jays doubled that batted in three runs and smacked to 22-9
afternoon at Queens Park Sta- Cannons error. total in an 8-7 win in his first home run of the season.
dium. Two Jays pitchers the first half of Sundays Manierka also collected three hits, Q Currently
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North Delta scored two out runs hits. Quinn Allen got lam. and two RBIs. back of the
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Saturdays split and two wins a pair of batters in two innings of Three Blue Jays runs in the top again next weekend, hosting the
Sunday in Coquitlam over the relief. of the seventh lifted them to the 6-15 Victoria Eagles for a double
fifth-place Reds improved the In the second game, the Jays victory. header at Mackie Park. The first
Blue Jays won-lost record to 22-9, managed just three hits, but Reed Lavallee, Pentland and game is at noon.
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Moving up at Ogopogo meet

Surrey gymnasts compete in Kelowna
by Rick Kupchuk second on pommel horse and and beam.
fourth on rings. Clarissa Rempel, 12, won an
IN WHAT WAS the last competi- Mikaela Noble, 14, topped the all around silver medal in the
tion of the current season, all around standings in the Level 4 Level 2 Tyro group, earning a first
members of the Surrey Gymnas- Open group, winning gold on bars place score on beam and placing
tic Society (SGS) prepared for and beam and placing fifth on fourth on vault and bars. RayAnne
next year by participating in the vault and floor. Quinn, 12, was one position
Ogopogo Invitational in Kelowna Hiroka Takeuchi, 12, moved up behind in the all around stand-
June 4-6. the Level 4 Novice category, and ings, placing third. She was first on
More than 500 gymnasts from earned a fourth place score on bars and second on floor.
B.C. and Alberta participated. bars. In Level 1 Argo, Sage Bishop-
This final competition gave This was a good outing for Beaurone, 9, was second all
many of our athletes the chance to Takeuchi, who moved up to this around after winning a gold
move up to the next level and test level for the first time, said Car- medal on beam, placing second
the waters for next year, said SGS roll. on bars and floor, and fifth on
head coach John Carroll. Many Emily Carroll also moved up, vault. Madison Plug, 10, won gold
of the kids had good results even competing in Level 3 Novice medals on bars and beam to place
with the bigger challenge. where she earned a fifth place fourth all around. Isabelle Louise,
Aidan Wilson, a 12-year-old score on bars. 10, won a silver medal on beam
from North Delta, won the all Salena Kropp, 12, used a second with Alexandria Godlewski, 10,
around gold medal in the boys place finish on floor and fifth was fifth on beam.
Level 3 category. He also won two place scores on bars and beam Chantal Palmer, 11, was third
event gold medals on vault and to win an all around silver medal on beam in Level 1 Tyro, while
parallel bars, and added silver in Level 3 Tyro. In the same 12-year-old Jessica Wood won
medals on rings and high bar category, Shanya Dhindsa won a silver medal on bars in Level 2
and a third place result on floor. the all around bronze medal, with Novice.
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FATHERS DAY Sunday, June 20 2010

n the weeks leading up to this third Sunday in June,
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present for Dad. But what do you get for the man who
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laptop or an electronic personal
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No matter how big they get, all men still have a little boy
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Surrey North Delta Leader Wednesday June 16 2010 29

Fathers Day - an important family tradition.

or 58 years now, Canadians have set aside a special day each year to
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Peter Bonell, an L.A. Matheson shop teacher and cancer survivor, will cycle from Kelowna to Delta in the Ride2Survive fundraiser on June 19.

Cycling for survival

A prostate cancer survivor is getting on his bike for a one-day, 400-kilometre trek
by Boaz Joseph The following year, after a stressful wait, he under- Bonell participated in last year.
went a successful surgery. Hell likely be cleared after I wanted to challenge myself, he explains. It

eter Bonells mother collapsed one day in 2002 seven years have passed, hes told. allows me to push my limits.
while hanging up the wash in her backyard in Im feeling good and fit, he says. The 388.4-kilometre ride will go west along
South Wales. Good enough for Bonell to cycle nearly 400 hilly Highway 97C from Kelowna to Merritt, southwest to
It was thought to be a heart attack, but it kilometres in a single day later this month for an Hope, then will wind along north of the Fraser River
I wanted turned out that the long-time smoker had developed
a large tumour that collapsed one of her lungs.
annual cancer fundraiser.
Bonell, an avid cyclist ever since he
to the Golden Ears Bridge. The last leg will wind
through Langley and Surrey and
to challenge She was given nine weeks to live, but survived for was 13 years old in the UK, will par- will finish late evening in North
two-and-a-half years. ticipate in Canadian Cancer Societys Delta at Caps South Shore Cycle,
myself. It Bonell, a Surrey high school shop teacher, flew Ride2Survive on June 19, a ride from video-online] 7917 120 St.
allows me back home four times while his mother struggled. Kelowna to Delta. Itll be about 14 hours in the
Under sedation, she slept through most of his first Some of the credit for his physical saddle, plus some time to rest, eat
to push my visit. fitness goes to three years of Bikram and repair.
limits. Every time, we thought we were going to lose
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It wouldnt be the last time that the 59-year-old fitness of a former triathlete and bike commuter. year, organizers are hoping for a 3 a.m. start and an
Peter Bonell would deal with cancer. He cycles almost daily to his job at L.A. Matheson arrival before 10 p.m., assuming there are no major
An emergency appendectomy in the fall 2006 Secondary School, and has been training extra hard crashes or mechanical breakdowns along the way.
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Volunteers needed for Canada Day long weekend cancer fundraiser
LOOKING to do worlds leaders in cancer with the disease. during Surreys Canada at 176 Street and 64 the event, or to find an
something fun and research and greatly The Surrey Great Day Celebration at the Avenue. event in your area, visit
rewarding this Canada improve survival rates Canadian Hair Do Cloverdale Millennium For more informa- or call
Day long weekend? for those diagnosed event will be held July 1 Amphitheatre, located tion, to volunteer at 1-888-836-9786.
Volunteering at The
Terry Fox Foundations
newest fundraising
event The Great Cana-
dian Hair Do taking
place in Surrey may
just offer the kind of
hair-raising fun you are
looking for.
The Great Canadian Vikram Bubber
Hair Do, which is
Foundations Great control, volunteers will
Canadian Head Shave play an essential role
event that has taken and help to ensure the
place in previous years, event is as fun and suc-
is a unique event that cessful as possible.
offers participants a This year marks the

variety of ways to take 30th anniversary of
part. when Terry began The
From head shaving Marathon of Hope,

dying and wig wearing, forever change cancer PREVIOUS CIVIC TREASURES RECIPIENTS

Civic Who will be the next

the event has something research in this country
for everyone, whether and peoples perception
you are willing to go of what is possible.
bald or not. Although he was not
able to complete his

Surrey Civic Treasure?

mission, the thousands
of participants, volun-
teers and organizers
who take part in Terry
will play an Fox events each year are
able to carry on where
essential role. he left off and keep CA L L F O R 2 0 1 0 N O M I N AT I O N S
Terrys legacy alive.
Vikram Bubber As one of the most In 2008 Surrey was designated a Cultural Capital of Canada and one of the new programs funded
fiscally responsible by this award was the Surrey Civic Treasures program. This program recognizes and celebrates
charity organizations,
The Terry Fox Founda- Surreys highest achievers in the cultural sector, demonstrating that Surrey values arts and
All you need is a little tion prides itself in its heritage and those people who dedicate their lives and achieve success in these elds.
courage, a good sense of commitment to donat-
ing 87 cents of every Its time to launch the 2010 nomination process.
humor and a desire to
make a difference. dollar raised to cancer
research. Nominees should meet the following criteria: To submit a nomination:
Participants are
encouraged to seek According to Donna Be a Surrey resident, born in Surrey or have Provide a written submission of
pledges from friends, White, provincial direc- a strong connection to the City of Surrey. approximately 300 words to describe
family and co-workers, tor of The Foundations the nominee and outline their
B.C./Yukon Division, Demonstrate excellence and contribute
with funds raised accomplishments and contributions to
going to The Terry Fox this would not be signicantly to the appreciation and
possible without the development of culture in Surrey. the development and promotion of arts,
Foundation to aid in heritage, cultural industries, cultural
its mission of carrying numerous volunteers Reect the unique character and history
who generously donate tourism, multiculturalism or related
out Terrys dream for a of the City. advocacy and philanthropy in Surrey.
world free of cancer. their time to help out in
Vikram Bubber, the the office and at various Represent a signicant achievement in Please provide references to other
volunteer organizer for events. With only three the arts, heritage, cultural industries, individuals who may be able to provide
The Great Canadian full-time staff in our cultural tourism, multiculturalism or further support to this nomination.
Hair Do event, is office, the commitment related advocacy and philanthropy.
of our volunteers allows Provide the name, address and contact
a two-time cancer
survivor himself and a us to keep our adminis- information for the nominee and include
Terrys Team member. tration costs down, and your name and contact information.
There are a variety maximize the amount
of money that goes to
of tasks for volunteers,
the cause. Nominations must
who are needed from 9
a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on the To date, The Terry be submitted by: Please send these materials to:
day of the event, Bub- Fox Foundation has Monday, June 21st, 2010 Attention: 2010 Surrey Civic Treasures Award
ber says. From set-up raised more than $500
million for cancer Surrey Arts Centre
and take-down, to help- For further information please contact: 13750 88th Ave., Surrey, B.C. V3W 3L1
ing with registration, research. Manager, Arts Services at (604) 501-5566
This has helped to Or e-mail to:
the selling of merchan-
dise and even crowd make Canada one of the

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Cree poet Sky Dancer /
Louise B. Halfe will visit
Fraser Valley artists will
White Rock for a reading
from her works on June
hold the second-annual
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June 19, 2010 the Run from 8:30 p.m. to
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Three recipes to help steer you away from iceberg
Chicken Pecan dressing. Toss. Serve balsamic vinegar, brown Method: size bowl and place again. Top with the
Salad chefin your kitchen on chilled plates with sugar, and the oil. in the lettuce leaves. croutons. Approximate
sourdough bread slices. In a large bowl toss Select a large fry- Drizzle on the olive oil recipe cost for 6 por-
2 tbsp hot pepper sauce Approximate recipe cost together the almonds ing pan and fry the and toss to coat. tions: $7.
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2/3 cup brown sugar strawberries, and the golden brown. Set aside. pepper to taste, the Send your questions
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1 pound of romaine let- stirring often and 1/2 cup good olive oil cut into 1/2 inch pieces
tuce torn, washed, and watching carefully 1 head of Romaine let- Garlic flavoured olive
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mustard cooked exactly one
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Preheat oven to 350F. olive oil. olive oil
In a salad bowl, toss browned. Remove from
In a bowl mix together heat and set aside. Juice of one lemon
the pepper sauce, butter, together the Romaine 1/2 tsp Worcestershire
In a bowl, prepare
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lettuce chicken strips,
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& MAKE-UP ARTIST your home. A child at risk is an experienced, permanent full tact Navjot Fax: 904-590-3681. established business with
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S Diploma or Certication System
Loc: 103-14666-64th Ave, Sry, BC brand following throughout
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S Experienced in installing Net-
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We offer:
Outstanding earning poten-
S Strong understanding of net- Job entails: tial. Base plus commission.
Microsoft Office Specialist look when they want to Adult Floaters working protocols & concepts. Two weeks paid holidays
Talented team members are Lift 25-100lbs, repetitive manual Excellent benets (medical,
travel... Required to deliver the competitively compensated with labor, working outdoors, long dental)
Universal E/I Supported Training Leader newspaper door- opportunities to share in the hours, travel in BC, strong work
Learning * Pension plan
Financial assistance may be to-door in the North Delta Companys nancial success. ethic, team player, multitasking,
Institute available to those who qualify. area. A reliable vehicle Start salary $22. - 28/hr depend- self-motivated. Ability to take
1 year successful sales ex-
ing upon experience and work direction, valid BC drivers
Surrey Campus: #203-10252 135 St. and a fair knowledge of knowledge. Interested applicant license, clean abstract, reliable perience preferred (B2B
the area is a must. Pls send resumes to: transportation. Mechanically telephone experience pre-
604-248-1242 (at the Central City Skytrain station) 115 EDUCATION call 604-575-5342 for inclined an asset. ferred)
abbywirelessworld Provide resume and drivers Outstanding sales skills
more information. abstract to:
Excellent communication
Become a Psychiatric Nurse
or fax: 778-395-6161 or fax to 604-888-4206. and interpersonal skills
ATTENTION!! No phone calls. Computer and time man-
Registration work HOLBROOK DYSON Logging agement skills
in your own community $14-18 hr/avg+
Ltd. has vacancies in the fol-
lowing jobs. 134 HOTEL, RESTAURANT,
Advertising, media experi-
No experience needed ence a plus
Full Industry training provided 1) Heavy Duty Mechanic FOOD SERVICES Email:
STUDENTS WELCOME (18+) Details can be seen at
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Sal $10/hr Duties: Look after and Pierre after 1:30pm. (604)531-6261.
Nurses (RPN), particularly outside the urban areas of the 1-866-301-6829 supervision of Childs activities, Per- Professional
province. And with the workforce aging the average age of form household duties like prepar-
ing meal etc. Language: English
PIZZA COOKS Trail Appliances, the leader in
with Hindi/Arabic an asset. Loca- the appliance business, is looking
a Registered Psychiatric Nurse in BC is 47 years the number BEST WESTERN
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dian 2 for 1 requires PIZZA
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graduates. Entry-level earnings start at $29/hour. full-time position to join
Maintenance Manager hrs/week. Mail Resume to: Unit
our dynamic team. R Previous experience in a
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Train Locally The only program of its kind in BC, students V3R 8X8. R Exceptional customer service
can learn within their local communities via distance education, DESK AGENT R Enjoy meeting new people on a
local and/or regional clinical placements, and some regional Apply in person at: 138 LABOURERS
daily basis
R Established as a Sales
classroom delivery. This 23 month program is recognized 5978 Glover Road
R Understands the sales
Inc., located in Surrey requires F/T
Donalds Fine Foods currently
seeks a Maintenance Manager to
quired. F/T. $12 per hour. Duties
include: planting trees, soil installa-
relationship cycle
general farm workers to start in lead a mechanical and electrical tion, preparing grounds to install If you are interesting in a long
Government funding may be available. Jun/2010. Accommodation avail. maintenance team. paving stones, retaining walls. May term career as a Sales
Wage $9.14/hour. Must be in good work on weekends. Apply by email Professional, we would like to
physical shape. Training provided. Requirements; hear from you. Paid product
Heavy lifting reqd. Please fax Responsible for capital and knowledge training is provided.
resume to: 604-574-5773 labour budgets, maintenance Please send your resume to
inventories and stafng 142 OFFICE SUPPORT/CLERKS
Knowledge of preventative and
predictive techniques ADMINISTRATOR/ BOOKKEEPER
Experience in establishing for equipment leasing and nance
effective maintenance company located in South Surrey. 159 TEACHERS
Toll Free: 1-87-STENBERG practices & systems
5-7 years exp. in prior team
Banking/nance experience and
prociency in Simply Accounting leadership or management required. Duties include lease ac- LITTLE READERS
preferable in food processing counting procedures, month end PRESCHOOL TEACHER
Refrigeration exp. an asset nancial statements, receivables,
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demands, shifting work statement reconciliation. Flexible full-time preschool teacher to
priorities, adversity & change hours, competitive salary and teach 3 - 5 year old students how
benets. Email resume to to read.
Apply with resume and
salary expectations A great candidate for this
Fax: 604.533.0896 OFFICE position will possess:
or e-mail: careers@ Strong English language
ADMINISTRATOR written and oral communication
Is Coming to Langley! skills French will be an added
Overseas Career & Consulting
Services LTD located in Surrey, asset
Professional hairstylist needed: Ability to organize and multi-
Studio One Aveda concept salon on BC requires an Ofce Adminis-
For more than a century Carters OshKosh has committed to offering quality trator for their ofce. Wages task, work independently and
beautiful Salt Spring Is- take initiative
land. Amazing community, extend- $20.75 hourly, 40 hrs/week +
stylish childrens clothing and accessories. Carters OshKosh Babies and Kids is other benets. Main duties: Over- Professionalism, creative and
ed medical, education opportu- eager to learn
nities! see & co-ordinate Ofce Admin
excited to announce the opening of its newest location at 20202 66th Ave., Employment or ownership! Email Procedures. Prepare work Love working with pre-school
reports etc. Apply by Fax: 604- children
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cover letter:
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level, benet package will be includ- board and clerical work. Mon-Fri, and Langley Campuses
Carters OshKosh ed. Must have own transportation
(full time position) please send
9am-5pm. Fast, accurate data entry
& superior communication skills,
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Criminal record check a must
Attention Patricia Re: Langley resume to (Port Kells
both written & verbal are essential.
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2 year commitment
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lines. Bring resume stating salary
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from 1:00 - 3:30 pm. Please send
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June 18th between 9am-12noon. resumes and cover letters to:
No phone calls please. South Surrey Oxford Learning
Attn: Nazir Fazal #205-15149
Hwy. 10 Surrey, BC V3S 9A5

We Believe in You.
E-mail: ssurrey@
MANAGEMENT Fax: 604-575-1496

Receptionist/Administrator 160 TRADES, TECHNICAL

Busy and growing Property Man-
Sprott-Shaw Community College has been agement/Real Estate ofce in im-
mediate need of an charismatic,
Commercial Transport MECHANIC
with CVI ticket & ISX engine exp
wanted for Port Kells truck shop.
independent, professional indi-
training students in BC for over 107 years. vidual. Yardi experience pre- Fax resume to 604-513-8004

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583-1004 and references to Box 124, C/O
Langley Times, 20258 Fraser
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Metro Roong based in Langley
B.C. requires exp. Flat Roofers,
BUR, torch, single ply (TPO &

Get In.
In Get Out. Get Working. 156 SALES
PVC). Commercial and Industrial
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JOURNEYMAN with the IEWP online course. Seasonal specials. Truck mount
steam cleaning. 778-885-9695.
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personnel to add to our 1-800-267-1829. 281 GARDENING
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Attn: Production Manager
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1 FRAMING CARPENTER reqd in Semi-Retired Do-it-Yourselfer
TO 70% Of Your Debt. One af- EB Gardening Complete property 296 KITCHEN CABINETS
Surrey, BC; completion of high sch;
fordable monthly payment, interest maint. Landscaping, garden, press. *Repairs *Renovations
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with excellent computer & com-
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ALL ACCOUNTING 257 DRYWALL Yard Clean-Up S Gardening
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D Payroll & Government Filings
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ALL JOBS Big or Small. Panels,
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PLUMBING. Res. & Com. Mainte-
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chain link & landscaping. #1 quality B.C.s Premier Full Service Home B.C.s Premier Full Service Home
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young adults. Black & tan and
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novels, lots of barbie, clothes, 2 bdrms. from $775
dolls & acessories, misc & more
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New Carpets available
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604.587.5865 Grandview Petland
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Pomeranian Type
Int. & Ext., Excellent Prices,
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Guartd, WCB, BBB. 604-725-0106 4 males left, vet check, shots, de- 28H.P. $10,000. (604)780-8736. bus route. Seasonal swimming
wormed. $399. (604)819-7958 55+ TOWNHOUSE Guildford 2 lvls Spacious Units, great park-like pool & tennis court. Some pets
WOLF PLUMBING EAST WEST ROOFING & SIDING 1550 s/f, 2 BDRS, 2.5 BATHS, dbl setting nr shops & bus. No pets. welcome.
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Ready July 1. $850 (604)793-7937
1 bdrm down, unnished bsmt,
ABDUL Plumbing. All repairs, low
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only. Please call 604-807-8463.
DELTA WEST 1 & 2 Bdrm Apts Avail
rates, same day service, guard
qual work. 24/7. Zeb 604-596-2626 EXTRA tion spayed & neutered adult cats.
Greenvale Farms SUNBURY PK. Exc cond S/L CDS 4895 - 55B St, Ladner $200 Move-In Bonus!
Close to shopping & schools.
For info 604-309-5388 / 856-4866 3 bdrm 2 bth. f/rm. dble gar.
FITTER Very neat work & honest. CHEAP CHIHUAHUA Puppies~3, rare Blue.
vet check Parents on site 1 teacup,
Opening Soon! wkshp. Nr. park. Lovely backyd.
$525,000. By appt. 604-855-2777.
1 & 2 Bdrms Available.
Spacious suites, balconies,
Seasonal Swimming pool, and
tennis court. 3 appliances
27 yrs exp. Refs. Reas. rates. Already Picked & u-Pick rent incl heat & h/w. (fridge, stove dishwasher),
Free est. 24 hrs. 604-220-4956 male. $800. & up (604)460-0445
RUBBISH Take 264 St exit off Hwy #1 & Prkg avail. Refs reqd, N/P blinds hot water and parking
~ Certied Plumber ~
CHIHUAHUAS, very tiny Teacup 627 HOMES WANTED Call 604.946.1094 included. Carpeted throughout.
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Plumbing Jobs ~ Reas rates (604)435-5555 r & 15th r) $900/ea. 778-862-
German Shepherd/Blk Lab x pups,
vet check, rst shots, dewormed. Classieds WE BUY HOUSES
2361 or 604-782-6047. NEWTON 1 bdrm +den. Quiet adult
bldg. Heat, h/water, sec parking. Nr
~ 604-597-3758 ~ 7 Days A Week! (604)807-0198 $400. (604)823-6952. No Sun calls
GATEWAY, 1/bdrm condo with bal-
amens, ns/np. Now. 604-596-9910
work hard! Older Home? Damaged Home?
Need Repairs? Behind on
cony, 3rd oor, clean, 5/appli, u/g
pkng, storage, gym. Nr mall, SFU, SURREY 66/Scott. New 2 bdrm &
H/W Tanks, Renos, Boilers, Furns. Remove: concrete / drywall / stucco tan, long-haired, shots & vet chkd, Payments? Quick CASH! SkyTrain. July 1. $875/mo + util. den, 6 appls u/g prkg ament bldg
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38 Wednesday June 16 2010 Classifieds 604-575-5555 Circulation 604-575-5344 Surrey North Delta Leader

CEDAR HILLS. 129/97. Brand new FRASER HGTS. 2 bdrm bsmt suite. SURREY 108/144 lrg 3 bdrm gr.r 1995 CORSICA. 250K, 45K/gallon,
SURREY spacious 2 bdrm. N/P. N/S. Avail $850/mo incld utils. Nr elem school. nr Skytrain/shps/schls. WD, pet OK, auto, 4 dr, 4 brand new tires, good
CUMBERLAND PARK immed. $850/mo incls utils, cable, W/D. Avail immed. N/S, N/P. Call $1295 av.July or Aug 604-537-4140 work car. $1250. 604-951-3704
net & laundry. Refs. 604-805-4795 604-727-1876 or 604-957-0168.
1995 OLDS ACHIEVA S, white/red,
2 Bedrooms Available CEDAR HILLS. 1 bdrm ste. grd lvl. FRASER HTS. Large 1 bdrm. 5 752 TOWNHOUSES full power, AirCrd to 2011. reblt
New Paint 4 yrs old. Nr all amenits. N/P. N/S. appls incl private laundry. $700/mo. trans. $1900. Call (604)594-5161.
Call The Manager June 30. $575. 604-728-8661. N/S. N/P. Tony 604-617-7270.
GUILDFORD - 2 bdrm,1 bth, 3 lvl 1998 Cadillac Catera, V6-Air Cared,
@ 604-589-1167 CEDAR HILLS, 90/123. 1 Bdrm G/L Grandview/Morgan area 168/32, 2 T/H, In-Suite Ldry, N/S,N/P, $1050 4dr, fully loaded 120kms must see.
stes $550. Close to amens. Suit bdrm on priv acreage, util incl June 15th Refs Please 604-888- $3,595 o.b.o. Call 604-534-0923
mature N/Smokers, N/P, no prkg. NS/NP $950 Immed 604-531-5023 4970 or
604-501-2427 1999 CHRYSLER CIRRUS LX- 4
GUILDFORD, 1 bdrm suite, close GUILDFORD GLEN 14860 101 cyl. auto, air, tilt, cruise, PW, PDL,
CEDAR HILLS 98/127A, spacious 3 to schls & mall. Avail. immed. $625 A Ave. 3 bdrm T/H. Avail. NOW mint. $2450 Langley 604.309.3135
bdrm, 4 appls, $980/mo + utils. clse incl hydro & cable. 778-822-1371.
to all ament NS/NP avail July 1. $985 Near amens 604-451-6676 2000 INTREPID- exc. cond. Well
GUILDFORD 2 bdrm. bsmnt. suite, maint. Pwr windows, locks, & seats.
SURREY / LANGLEY: 778-395-4797, 604-787-0417 N/P N/S. No ldry. $650 incl. cable & LANGLEY Air/c, cruise control / fog lights.
New Condo near Willowbrook CEDAR HILLS: Bachelor ste. Avail hydro. Avail. now. 604-585-7015 180,000km. $4500 (604)888-0268
Mall & Frs Hwy. In-ste laundry, June 15th. $450/mo incl utils.
N/S, N/P. U/g prkg & storage. N. DELTA, Renod 5/bdrms, 2.5 NS/NP. (604)584-8242
GUILDFORD. 2 bdrm. bsmt. suite. RIVERSIDE GARDENS 2004 CHEVY Cavalier, auto, 90K, 4
Nr schools & mall. Ns/np. $700/mo. FAMILY COMPLEX dr, alum wheels, new tires, all pow-
Amens room including gym. 1 bthrms, 4/appli. July 1. N/S, N/P, CEDAR HILLS, Newer 2 bdrm, incl. utils. (604)583-3281 aft 4 pm
Bdrm, 1/bath: $900. 2/Bdrm, 2 $1650/mo. Nr amen. (604)501-1574 $680 incl hydro & cable. NS/NP. 2 & 3 Bdrm T/Homes er, a/c, spoiler, like new red. $6500
bath: $1100/mo. Available now. LANGLEY - 2 bdrm suite for rent. Move-In Allowance!! Keyless alarm 604-502-9912
NEWTON. 3 bdrms. 2 full baths. Avail June 15th. (778) 395-3445. Clean and spacious. Close to
Rent-to-Own Avail: Ask how! Garage. Avail. June 15. N/S N/P. CHIMNEY HEIGHTS, 148/67A Ave schools and willowbrook mall. 2006 PT CRUISER, 59,000 kms,
Fridge, stove, dishwasher auto, no acc, garage kept, senior
Pls call 604-613-5998. $1300/mo. + utils. 778-895-1416. Lrg 2 bdrm ste. $725 incl hydro/sat. In-suite laundry. n/s. $875 mth incl (in most), drapes. Outdoor pool.
N SURREY: 10928 128A St. 3 Avail now. NP/NS. 778-837-6135. utilities. 604-817-6291. driven, $7800. (604)539-2040. Some pets welcome. Resident
bdrm rancher, 2 baths, laundry. July CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 14959-68A. 2 N. Delta, Scott Rd. Lrg 2 bdrm. Nr Manager. Close to bus, shopping,
VISTA GREEN 7575 140 St. $850 1st. $1050/mo + util. N/p. 604-930- bdrm spac suite. Lam r. $650 incl schools and parks.
& up. 2 Bdrm, 3 appls, f/p, no pets. Jarvis schl. $800 incl hydro/cble.
5840 or 604-306-5025. utils. np/ns. Immed. 604-572-0396. N/S. N/P. July 1. 604-562-4995. #36 - 5210 - 203 Street, Langley
1010 sf., 1 prkg spot/storage. Avail PORT KELLS: 3 Bdrm, 2 baths, on Call 604-532-2036
June 15 or July 1. 604-594-8534 or CHIMNEY Heights 151/76A. 2 bdrm NEWTON 12721 67B. 2 bdrm bsmt
park-like acreage, clean, $2000/mo, f/s, h/w rs, no lndry. ns/np. $700 Hardwood rs, new paint. N/S, N/P.
604-583-6844. avail now. Call (604)581-0099 N. DELTA. Cougar Canyon Co-op
incl utils/sat. Immed 604-590-9288. $650/mo. Avail now. 604-671-5009
WHITE ROCK: 1 Bdrm apt, remod is accepting applications for 2 bdrm
S,SURREY, 139/34th Ave, House CHIMNEY HEIGHTS 1 bdrm, f/bath NEWTON, 140/79, New 2/bdrm T/Hs. Nr schools, shops. Priv yds,
bldg, 1 blk fr Semiahmoo. U/G prkg. with acreage & 6800sf living space
$880/mo incl heat. N/P, N/S. priv, greenbelt, $500 incl utils & Sat. bsmt suite, grnd level. N/S, N/P. pet ok. $1900 share purchase.
w/pool, $3500/mo. 604-328-2826 TV. No lndry. NP/NS. 604-488-9809 Incl util. July 1. (604)502-9198 Send S.A.S.E. or P/U application at
Avail July 1st. 604-533-2023.
S. SURREY. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, nice CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 1 bdrm g/l ste NEWTON 140A. 2 Bdrm grnd lvl. 6838 Nicholson Rd. V4E 3G5 or
area near park/beach/bus. New car- Incl utils. $550 Avail now NP/NS No Incl utils. Nr all amens. Avail now.
715 DUPLEXES/4PLEXES pets & kitchen, lge yard w/big patio. lndry. Ref 604-591-8654, 594-5881 N/P, no lndry. $650. (604)543-2810
SKYLINE APTS. Ns/np. $1775. July 1. 604-319-5901
GUILDFORD 10529 144 St. 3 Bdrm NEWTON, 151A/71 Ave. New 1
WHITE ROCK SURREY - Own with $3300 Down $500/mo. N/S. N/P. Avail. NOW.
15321 Russell Ave
1000 sq.ft., 3 appls + w/d, 2 car
prkg, $1000 + utils. June 15/July 1.
Updated 3bdrm townhomes in Sur- Phone 778-565-1879.
1/bdrm suite. $600/mo incl cable.
N/P, N/S. Avail now.
rey w/ fenced yards, pets ok. Dont pay until July 1st
1 MONTH FREE RENT!! 4 Bdrm 1500 sq.ft., 3 appls + w/d, 2 $1256/mo mortgage plus $220/mo CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 2 bdrm, incl (604)786-9860, 778-578-1879
CALL FOR DETAILS car prkg, $1500 + utils. July 1/15. for maint fees & taxes OAC. Mort- utils, NS/NP, $700/mo. Avail now. NEWTON, 1/bdrm grnd oor suite.
Nice quiet building. 1 & 2 bdrm N/P. Ph: (604)588-1445 Near bus stop. 604-593-3522 Avail July 1. $475/mo incl util. N/S, 3 Bedrooms $1350/mo.
gage of only $1028/mo plus $220
suites. Includes: Hot water, cable, Guildford. Upper 2 bdrm 4plex tax and maint with a $14,300 CHIMNEY HEIGHTS. 78/147A. 2 N/P. (604)591-6429 Only 1 left! Family Complex
underground parking, video view/lrg yd/storage. w/d n/s. n/p. downpayment. Combd income of bdrm. or 3 bdrm suite. Good area, NEWTON. 1 bdrm. N/S. N/P. $550. conveniently located close to
surveillance. NO PETS adults. $850 heatincl.604-576-1746. $43,300/yr & good credit (680 Np/ns. Ample prkg. 604-594-9548 incl utils & lndry. Call 604-593-1314 schools, bus, skytrain &
CALL 604-536-8499 SURREY, N. River Rd 1200 s/f 3 beacon) to qualify. Call Jodi Chimney Heights brand new lge 2 or 604-771-2547. shopping.
bdrms, 1.5. baths, w/d, July 1. Steeves from Re/Max Panorama @ bdrm ste, avail July 1. NP/NS. $800 5 appliances, gas replace,
604-833-5634 for more details. NEWTON 2 bdrm, fam/rm, cls to
Quiet/Responsible. NO pets/party. incl utils. No cbl/ldry 778-899-2200 schls, bus @ door. Quiet, NS/NP. backyard.
NO drinking/drugs. 604-951-8950 CHIMNEY HILLS. 78/147A. 2 bdrm. Avail now. $675. (604)780-4900.
SUNCREEK ESTATES N/P. N/S. Incls utils, net. Avail
immed. Call 604-572-9957
NEWTON. 3 bdrm walk-out bsmt Call 604-830-2501
* Large 2 & 3 bdrm apartments 730 MISC. FOR RENT suite. N/S. Cat ok. Avail July 1. Website:
* Insuite w/d, stove, fridge, d/w CHIMNEY HTS. 146/79 2 bdrm 604-374-1799.
* 3 oor levels inside suite SELL/RENT YOUR TIMESHARE suite. $650/mo incl utils. Immed. No NEWTON. 62/142. Brand new 2 SURREY, Scott/80th. 3 bdrm T/H.
* Wood burning replace FOR CASH!!! Our Guaranteed Ser- laundry. N/P, N/S. 778-668-7645. bdrm. $750/mo, no laundry. Avail Newly renov. New appls. June 15.
* Private roof top patio vices will Sell/ Rent Your Unused Chimney Hts: 3 Bd bsmt 2 full bths, July 1st. N/P, N/S. 778-237-7874 Small pet ok. $1400. 604-507-3976.
* Walk to shops, nr park, pool, Timeshare for CASH! Over $78 Mil- Visit: 2 liv/rms, almost new nice patio NEWTON 67A/147B st. Newer 1
playground lion Dollars offered in 2009! $1100 incl all util. np/ns, no lndry SURREY WEST
* Elementary school on block WWW. July 15. 604-598-1111, 780-0000
bdrm spacious bsmt suite. Avail
July 1st. NP/NS. $550 incl util. Nr
* Party room, tennis court
* On site security, Sorry no pets
(877) 624-6889 CHIMNEY HTS. Large 3/bdrm all amen + school. 778-565-1202 MOVE IN NOW!
suite, 2/bthrm, Sep l/r, fam rm, kit NEWTON. 80/134 Brand new 2 Dont pay until July 1st! 821 CARS - SPORTS & IMPORTS
Ofce: 7121 - 133B St. 733 MOBILE HOMES & PADS $1100mo. incl util. June 15. N/S, bdrm. bsmt. suite. Near schools &
Surrey WANTED N/P (604)592-1117, 778-881-0621 shops. Ns/np. Avail immed. Incl. Only 1 left - large 3 bdrm town-
NEWTON MOBILE HOME PARK. Houses, Townhomes, CHIMNEY HTS, newer 2 bdrm, cls util. 604-889-9291 homes with inste storage or
604-596-0916 Has 2 large lots available for your 120K on new motor, wolfsburg edi-
Condos & Suites! to park/shcl, avail. immed. Own NEWTON. 92/Scott Rd. Large 2 den. $1300/mo. 5 Appls, 1.5 tion, auto, leather, new top, exc.
mobile. Call 604-597-4787. W/D, cbl & utils incl. (778)881-7081. baths, gas replace to relax
bdrm. suite in new house. Inside cond. local $1995 (604)328-1883
SURREY. 13938 102nd. Ave. New- CLAYTON HTS - BEAUTIFUL parking. 1 day laundry. Near all by. Close to schools, shopping
Serving 1994 Honda Civic LX, spec edit.
er bldg. near City skytrain. Lge 736 HOMES FOR RENT BSMT SUITE 880sqft, 2 bdrm & schools, bus & shops. N/s, pet ok. & transit. Located at Scott
260km, A/C, rmt strt, new frt brks,
suites; 1 bdrm & den, 2 bdrm & White Rock / S. Surrey, kitchen (inc W/D), Parking pad - $850/mo. July 1st. 604-957-1116; Road & 82nd Ave. well mant. $2000obo.604-716-0595
den, 3 bdrm., 2 ba. Adult oriented. ALDERGROVE, newer 2 bdrm sin- Surrey, Langley, Delta, $895, ns/np (inc utilities & cable) 604-807-5020
All appl, d/w, secure, gated on 2 6756 193 St, tel 778-908-4050 Come visit our park-like 1996 HONDA ACCORD EXR - 4 dr.
gle wide, on shared acreage. Priv. PANORAMA: 142/62: Brand new: 2
acres 604-582-7970; 604-731-4131 fully fenced with deck. Incl. shed, Ladner, Tsawwassen, CLOVERDALE 172/64 A Ave,
setting sedan, 4 cyl. loaded, local, Air/C.
or 3/Bdrm gr/lvl; nr bus, schools, all Call NOW 604-591-1600 green, low k, $3495 (604)613-5989
f,s, w/d. N/S N/P. $895 mo. Avail. Steveston, New West & 1/bdrm $625/mo. 2 bdrm $850/mo. amens; mature person; ns/np. $800
SURREY 9655 King George Hwy. 2 immed. Can be contacted Mon-Fri. Website:
bdrm., July 1. Close to Surrey Place Coquitlam. stes in new house, avail now or $900 inclds utils (no cable). Call 1998 VOLVO S70
9:30-5:30. 604-856-3571 NP/NS. Incl util. 778-574-8187 778-885-0376 & lve a msg. Leather int. Mint cond. $3888:
Mall, hospital, schools, parks, bus.
$1250 + strata fee. 778-558-7646 Cedar Hills: 133A/94: 3 bdrm ranch- CLOVERDALE. 1 bdrm bsmt ste, nr PANORAMA PARK, 139/58. 3 TRANSPORTATION (604)507-7167
er, very cln, cls to amen. NP/NS. Call Now! 604-536-0220 schools/bus, ns/np, $550/mo incl all
or email info: bdrms, 2 full baths, bsmt suite. July 2003 NISSAN MURANO SL
SURREY CENTRAL CITY. Largest June 15. $1250m. 604-671-9736. utils. Avail now. 778-889-6609 1. $900/mo. incl util. 604-590-6456. 132,000km. Black. One owner, no
penthouse ste. 35th r. 2 bdr, 2 CENTRAL SURREY. 105/138A. 3
ba, computer/rm, 2 patios, 4 prkg. bdrm rancher w/gar. Fenced yrd. Nr
Cloverdale. 1 modern bdrm, s/s ap-
plis, sep ent. $675 inclds utils, net,
PANORAMA PARK, 1/bdrm + den, 810 AUTO FINANCING accidents. $15,000. 604-516-9227
Facing Vanc. (oceanview), ns/np, very sunny, util. $700/mo. N/D, N/P, 2006 Honda Civic 2 dr coup. Gal-
amens. $1150/mo. (604)589-0490 laundry fac. Avl now. 604.999.7933. N/S. Nr bus stop. (778)565-4997
avail ASAP. $1850. 604-339-7034.
739 MOTELS, HOTELS CLOVERDALE bachelor suite, suit
$0 DOWN & we make your 1st pay- axy gray. Auto, p/w, 104kms. Not a
ROYAL HTS. 116/98th. 2 bdrm ment at auto credit fast. Need a ve- rebuild. Dealer maintd at Surrey
er house, huge kit & fam/rm, cls to LINDA VISTA Motel Luxury Rooms quiet person, near bus & amen. suite, fully airconditioned. Avail hicle? Good or Bad credit call Honda $9700. 604-613-4223
SURREY CENTRAL /GUILDFORD school, Must see! NS/NP. Avail July $550/mo. Ns/np. 778-574-2071 aft5 June 15. N/S. N/P. 604-338-2797. Stephanie 1-877-792-0599.
w/cable, a/c & kitchens. 6498 King 2007 TOYOTA YARIS, 5 dr, H/B,
15th. $1650/mo. Ph: (778)863-8464 George Hwy. Mthly, Wkly & Daily DLN 30309.
DONCASTER & FRASER HEIGHTS $1250/3br - 4 Specials. 604-591-1171. Canadian
CLOVERDALE: brand new house.
2 Bdrm bsmt $900 + 1/3 utils.
ROYAL HTS. 1/bdrm suite. Cl to silver, auto., A/C, am/fm/CD, exc
96/114 St. Avail now. $550/mo + cond., $13,300 obo. (604)881-4477.
BURNSIDE yrs old bsmt suite for rent, close to Inn 6528 K.G.Hwy. 604-594-0010 Coachroom $800 + 1/4 utils. N/P util. Nr bus stop Jim 604-786-7977 2008 HONDA FIT H/B, 42,000 kms.
skytrain, mall, T & T, etc. Avail. Avail now. 778-558-2142
APARTMENTS June, 2010. (604)219-8899 ROYAL HTS., New 2/bdrm suite. 4dr, std, grey. Reduced to $9,800.
Fraser Hts. 2 storey house, 3 bdrms
clean ste, $650/mo incl util/cbl
$675/mo incl util & cable. Avail no accidemts. 604-596-1591
Close to shopping, transit and Immed. N/P, N/S. (604)951-7290
2008 MAZDA SEDAN, 35 km, nice
schools. Quiet, spacious 1 & 2 & den, games rm. Nr schl & amen- FLEETWOOD. Furn. room for rent, NP/NS no ldry July 1 604-512-0568
its. July 1. $2100. 604-765-1030. S.SURREY. 2 bdrm in new house, family car, $12,500 obo. Phone
bdrm units. Some with wood $475 cbl/hydro incl. Preferred prof FLEETWOOD 15018-88A. Brand net/utils incl, culdesac, bright, open, 604-588-2405 or 604-719-2046.
oors, f/p, skylights. Heat, hot GUILDFORD, 10487-154th St. 3 male. Call to inquiry 604-319-7482, new 1bdrm g/lvl w/aircond. Abso- patio, fenced yrd, granite cnters, in-
water and parking. N/P. bdrm unnished bsmt on 3/4 acre. day til 3pm, 604-507-8186, 6-9pm lutely N/S, N/P. $599 incl utils/cble. ste lndry $1200 July 1 604-536-3606 200O HONDA PRELUDE auto, sil-
Avail now. $2000m. 778-862-3500 GUILDFORD, 96/148. 1 bdrm. Pri. 604-588-3240, 604-807-8463. ver, 145K no accidents, aircared for
SURREY, 105 / 128th, brand new 2 yrs. Xcond. $7400. 778-889-3573
604-834-0535 bath & living, shared kit. N/P. N/S. FLEETWOOD: 156 & 80: 1/Bdrm house, 2 bdrm suite, NS/NP. $800 706 APARTMENT/CONDO Sec prkg. rec. facility, $650 Avail.
now. 604-657-4147, 604-585-8169.
a/grd, covd patio. NS/NP $550/mo
incl util & cbl. July 1. 604-543-2738
incl lndry, cable, hydro. Avail July 2010 NISSAN VERSA, auto, 4dr
hatchback, red, options, low kms,
1st. Phone (604)616-6552.
GUILDFORD area. Furnd room in FLEETWOOD 156/81, newer 2 $9500 rm. 604-538-4883
SURREY, 149 / 68, 1 bdrm, bright,
Refreshingly Clean Meticulously Maintained house. Suitable for lady Nd/Nd.
Avail. now, $375. 778-388-5039.
bdrm g/l, 4 appls, f/bath f/yd, cls to
ament, NS/NP, Now 604-507-4807
spacious, Cl to school, bus stop &
market. Avail. June 15. $500 incl.
AT A CLICK of a mouse, is your
GUILDFORD: Fully furn. room. Incl FLEETWOOD 159/88 Ave. 1 bdrm, utils. 604-782-4832 / 604-572-1354 local source to over 300,000
Surrey Gardens Apartments util, cble, internet. $450. Now. 604-
726-1892; 604-580-0844 aft 5pm
spac bsmt ste, $600 incl util Avail
now NS/NP no lndy (604)374-6286
SURREY. 149/71. Brand new 1
bdrm bsmt suite, NS/NP, all utils

for your new one bedroom home SURREY, STRAWBERRY HILLS

Avail July 1st. Furnished or unfur-
FLEETWOOD, 167/78th Ave.
bdrm grd lvl ste. F/S, W/D. Carport
1 incl. $650. Immed. (604)351-6730
SURREY. 1 bdrm. suite. No pets.
$610/mo. incl utils. July 1. Call Ben nished room available in new 2
bdrm T/H. Priv. bath, shared ktchn 604-910-3002 or 604-869-0607.
Smoke outside. Available now.
$600/mo. Call 604-507-9104. 2001 HONDA SHADOW, 1100,
& L/R, laundry avail. House has Sabre, 8500 km. Perfect condi-
time Owner Managed been freshly painted, hrdwd rs
FLEETWOOD 1 bdrm bsmt suite,
across fr. Fleetwood gardens. Suits
SURREY, 68/152. 1 bdrm bsmt. tion. $5,500. Call 591-9740.
Avail now. N/S. N/P. $550 incl utils.
discover Sorry, No Pets throughout. Close to transit, shop- one. Ns/Np $525/mo. 778-822-2433 2001 HONDA Shadow 600 black
1MONTH ping acrss St. $550 + utils, incl 778-565-7983 or 778-878-0772.
FLEETWOOD 2bdr bsmt, sep ent & w/black saddlebags, 2,600 org rural

cable/internet. Smokers are ok. SURREY 84/128, 2 bdrm bsmt ste miles. $4700. 604-220-5005.
alrm,nr amens, July1, ns/np, n/laun-
Call for details! 604-589-7040 Must like dogs. Call 778-317-5436.
dry, $750 incl utils. 778-886-3438
FLEETWOOD: 2 Bdrm bsmt. N/S,
clse to all ament, $695 incl hydro &
cable. Coin laundry NS/NP. 778- 2003 Honda Shadow 750 Ace,
blk/chrome, windshield, saddle
750 SUITES, LOWER N/P. Cls to amens. June 15th. $650 SURREY 94/160 St. 2 Bdrm, July 1
bags, Cobra pipes, 12,000k, $4950

util incl. no ldry. (604)562-5022. obo. (604)793-5454 (Chilliwack)
BEAR CREAK brand new 2 bdrm. $675/mo incl util/cable. NS/NP, no
FLEETWOOD. 80/168. Large 1 lndry. 604-581-4184, 778-928-9153 2005 GSW 50CC SCOOTER,
suite, new appl. N/S N/P. Near all windshield, gear kit, exc condition,
amens, new appl. Very spacious. bdrm ste. np/ns. $600/mo incls SURREY, 9914 126 St. New Two
utils/cable/net. Now. 604-575-9093 $2250. Call: (604)535-8659
Avail. July 1. $750 mo. incl. utils. 2/bdrm suites. Avail July 1. Cl to
604-597-3857 604-722-3857 FLEETWOOD, 81/170 St. 1 Bdrm bus & park. $700/mo ea. incl hydro. HARLEY Fatboy Softail -New 2009,
HUGE SAVINGS ON BEAR CREEK 2 bdrm. bsmnt. Ldry.
& utils. incl. Ample prkg. Close to
newer gr/lvl, July 1, $585 incl cable,
utils & net. NS/NP. (604)760-3534
FLEETWOOD. Brand new 2 bdrm
N/P, N/S. More info. (778)558-7646
SURREY. Near Central City. Reno-
Only 9kms! Upgraded wheels, sec.
system, custom paint. Harley war-
ranty. $18,995.Laura 778-918-1055
park, N/S N/P. $700 mo. Avail. now. vated 3 bdrm., 1.5 baths. Np/ns.
YOUR FIRST YEAR!!! 604-593-0074 after 6pm
BOLIVER HGTS. 114/142 St.
ste. Over 900 s/f. Nr amenits. June
15. N/S. N/P. $925. 604-649-0570.
Fleetwood: Lrg, clean, 1 bdrm, gr lvl
Available now. $1050/mo. incl. util.
604-543-3166 or 778-552-2586

Saturday & Sunday Brand new, Lrg 1 bdrm/den, liv rm,

kitc, full bath. Nr amen. Clean,
bright, quiet, nice furn. Ready to
Priv ent. Suits one. ns/np. Utils/net
incl. Avail Now $650. 604-585-0300
SURREY new 2 bdrm bsmt suite,
Strictly NP/NS. $675 incl hydro/sat-
ellite. Avail now. 604-590-9323 or
June 19th & 20th move in. N/s, $680. 778-316-8298
BOUNDARY PARK: 1 Bdrm g/l. Nr
FLEETWOOD newer 1 & 2 bdrm, nr
amens. $650 & $800 incl utils/cble.

ns/np, refs, July1st. 604-306-8731.

from 10am until 5pm schl/bus/Hwy 10. NP/NS, no lndry.
$550 incl util. Jun 30. 604-805-3018 FRASER HEIGHT 2 bdrm., full
BOUNDARY PARK 64/Scott 1 Bdr bath, incl. cable & utils. $600 mo. BEAR CREEK. 92/KGH. Spacious
N/Smoking. N/Pets $600 incl utils. N/S. Avail. immed. 778-838-8557 1 bdrm. side suite,cov patio, $585.
Imperial Parkside Near amens. Immed. 604-619-9686 FRASER HEIGHTS 1 bdrm ste incl util. Clean. 1 prk in driveway,
NS/NP. Phone 604-710-4692.
CEDAR HILLS, 100/122 St. Very new appls, alarm, utils. ns/np, $700
9555 128th Street, Surrey large 1 bdrm suite. Near school & Avail. July 1. 604-951-3511 CEDAR HILL,123/98. 2 bdrm upper
bus. F/P. No lndry, no pets. Suit FRASER HEIGHTS: 2 Bdrm bsmt. lvl. in new home. Nr bus. N/P. N/S.
778.835.9481 778.228.7978 quiet person. $650/mo incl. heat/ $775 incl utils. N/P, N/S. Lndry opt. $750 utils incl. 604-581-6682.
hydro. Avail now. (604) 951-6766. Avail Now. Call (604)581-0099 CEDARHILL 98/126. 2 bdrm. + of- WANT A VEHICLE BUT
CEDAR HILLS 121/98A Ave, 2 FRASER HEIGHTS: Lrg 1 bdrm ce, garage, d/w, ldry., N/P N/S. STRESSED ABOUT YOUR
Modern and spacious 1 & 2 Bedrooms. bdrm g/l ste, $750m Suit sngle/cple. liv/rm & kitc, sep entry w/patio. Utils July 1. $1050 mo. 604-581-7178 CREDIT? Last week 6 out of 10
NP/NS. July 1. 604-951-7351 incl. NP/NS. $700. (604)584-9111
Laminate/ceramic tile ooring. CEDAR HILLS, 128/96 Ave. Private Fraser Hts. 2 bdrm, w/o bsmt.
N.DELTA 117/90th. Totally renod
lrg 3bd upper, 1.5ba, w/d, walk to
applications approved! We fund
your future not your past. Any Cred- newer 1 bdrm. $600 incl utils. N/S.
July 1. 778-241-5785 aft 2:30 pm.
Alarm, Nr bus/schl. ns/np. $850 incl
utils/sh ldry. Immed. 604-582-8826
schls/bus/shops, ns/np, refs, lease
$1300/mo incl utils. 604-277-5666.
it. or
Surrey North Delta Leader Classifieds 604-575-5555 Circulation 604-575-5344 Wednesday June 16 2010 39

1990 Golden Falcon, 26.5 5th 2001 FORD WINDSTAR LTD.
wheel, clean, ns, new tires, awning, F/loaded, tan, auto, 158K, very
mic. air. $6000obo. 604-530-7203 good cond. $4600. 604-951-3704
1994 Fleetwood 19ft Yukon Wilder-
ness 5th wheel exc cond 1 owner,
new fridge $6500. 604-576-9658
2001 MAZDA MVP - DX, 7 pass.
2.5L, no accid. loaded, local, Air/C,
low K, $4295 teal grn 604-613-5989
U-Haul Moving Center
Claims a Landlords Contrac-
tual Lien against the following
persons goods in storage at:
The Scrapper
13425 King George Hwy
Surrey, BC,
Tel: 604-585-4511
Pest Management Plan # 34401710/15
2006 Forest River 22 ft. Lexington,
Class B, 8,000 miles. $36,500. Call
604-575-1365 or cell 604-724-5051.
2002 DODGE RAM SLT 1500. 4
dr, 4x4, 195K, V8, Auto, Full load
118-19 John North Southern Railway of British Columbia Limited
#107 - 14684 105A Ave.,
2009 R-Pod 151 only 2000lbs Stk options, leather seats, New truck
tires, Rad & water pump, Bed lin- Surrey, BC Southern Railway of British Columbia Limited, 2102 River Drive, New
#29278 fully contained trailer. Hot
water, shower, laminated berglass er. Good condition. $9250. Call 135 Corrie McCorkle
& aluminum construction Only 778-571-0484 (after 6pm) #308 - 70 Donwood, Westminster, B.C., V3M 6S3, Telephone 604-527-6307, Fax 604-526-0914.
$13,990. Travelhome 604-533-1566 Winnipeg, MB
2005 Ford 350 super duty diesel,
2010 Wildwood 18XLT Stk #28161 dully, loaded, remote start long box 215 Donna Verschaer Southern Railway of British Columbia Limited is developing a Pest
Fully contained & only 3400lbs, FREE Scrap Vehicle Removal 136,000k. $24,500. 778-833-3536. #114 - 13958 108 Ave.,
sleeps 4, fridge, furnace, hot water Up To $200 CA$H Today Surrey, BC Management Plan and will submit the plan for registration under the
& Patio awning. Only $12,990. Call
Travelhome 604-533-1566
Fast Service. JJ 604-728-1965 234 Mabelle Fonseca Integrated Pest Management Act. This plan will describe a vegetation
2010 Wildwood 27 Bunk House Stk 17477 64th Ave., management and wood preservative programs using Integrated Pest
#29374. Loaded with Air, super Surrey, BC
slide out, queen island bed, awning, 238 Ron Bruce Management, including the use of herbicides and pesticides to control
sleeps 6. Only $19,893. Call Travel- 3901 Carrigan Crt., pests and wood decay. The purpose is to control vegetation on the right of
home 604-533-1566
way ballast section, to address sight-line related safety issues and to control
We Pay Up to $300 CA$H AND OTHERS 247 Shake NTile Steel
Cars, Trucks & Machinery 13274 113B Ave., wood decay in the timber trestles. Pesticide treatment applications using
Rick Goodchild Re: The Estate of Mary Surrey, BC Telar (chlorsulfuron) on 35 ha, Karmex DF (diuron) on 61.9 ha and Vantage/
Delphine Bell also known as
604-551-9022 7 days/wk. Delphine Mary Bell also known 310 Natalie Philip Weed-Master Glyphosate 41 (glyphosate) on 94.81 ha, to be made using
as Delphine Bell, Deceased, PO Box 207, Port truck mounted spray boom, power hose/nozzle and back pack sprayer. Non-
formerly of 1032 Falcon Road, Edward, BC
847 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES Quesnel, BC. pesticide treatment methods are mechanical brush cutting, manual brush
339 Mark Karpenko
Bigfoot Camper: 9.5 ft - ts all yr 1992 NISSAN PATHFINDER 4x4 1501 Bann St. Merritt, cutting, ballast cleaning, ballast reconstruction and surfacing between New
trucks. Sell with or w/o custom Creditors and others having
aircared 2 years, 80% tires, exc claims against the estate of Mary BC
trailer. A-1 condition ready to cond, $2299/obo. 604-721-5211. Delphine Bell, also known as Westminster and Chilliwack; Trapp Railway Yard in New Westminster and
go! Phn: 604-319-6656. $7300. 347 Bruce Tedesco
1999 NISSAN PATHFINDER, 152 Delphine Mary Bell also known
14067 Antrim Rd, Burnaby; Sixteenth (16th) Street Railway Yard in New Westminster, Queensboro,
MONTANA 34ft 5th wheel, Key- km, fully loaded, $10,500 obo. 604- as Delphine Bell are hereby no-
stone. Excellent cond. with 3 slides. 588-2405 or 604-719-2046. tied under section 38 of the Surrey, BC New Westminster and Annacis Island, Delta, annually commencing October 1,
3yr warr transferable 604-312-1021 Trustee Act that particulars of 463 Shelley Assu
2002 Ford Escape XLS, 4 cyl, 5spd,
their claims should be sent to 14033 82 Ave., Surrey,
2010 with completion on September 30, 2015. Wood preservative pesticide
225K. Aircared. Good runner. Great
845 SCRAP CAR REMOVAL on gas. $3800obo: 604-531-9889 Culos & Company, 3006 32nd
Avenue, Vernon BC V1T 2L7 on
BC treatment applications using Timber Fume (chloropicrin) and CU-89-RTU
2002 MAZDA Tribute, 4 dr, auto, or before July 9, 2010, after 498 Shake NTile Steel (copper naphthenate) by internal insertion/injection into drilled holes in the
green, am/fm, cd, 4 snow tires, which date the executer will 13274 113B Ave.,
loaded, 175K $7,500 604-543-5089 distribute the estate among the Surrey, BC affected members that will be tightly plugged to ensure that the pesticide
2005 MAZDA TRIBUTE, 1 owner, parties entitled to it, having
regard to the claims of which the
does not enter into a body of water or other environmentally sensitive area.
beige, 90,000kms, $12,000. Great A sale will take place at the
condition. (604)533-2429 executor then has notice. storage location on Friday,
D NO Wheels - NO Problem
June 18, 2010. Viewing 10:00 A copy of the Pest Management Plan Application and maps of the proposed
851 TRUCKS & VANS Public Notice AM - 12:00 PM. Sealed bids
D CASH FOR SOME CARS will be opened at 12:30 PM. treatment areas may be viewed at Southern Railway of British Columbia
D SERVICING Greater Vancouver
Notice is hereby given: Room contents are personal
/ household goods unless
Limited ofces at 2102 River Drive, New Westminster, B. C. or 34520 Vye Road
7 pass. alloy whls. p/w, pdl, c/d, To recover our charges, under
Larry Powell - 778-552-6359 126k, mint. cond. no accidents, noted otherwise. Bids will be Abbotsford, B. C. during normal working hours.
the provisions of the Warehouse
beige, $2695 (604)328-1883 Lien Act, total contents of the fol- for entire contents of each
1998 TOYOTA SIENNA, green, lowing storage unit(s) will be sold locker unit.
164kms, A/C, no accidents. on or after: A person wishing to contribute information about a proposed treatment site,
$4,900. Good cond. (604)728-0390 June 30th 2010
The person(s) who appear in the
relevant to the development of the pest management plan, may send copies
ed, AirCared, 7 pass, 196K, key- following list, are liable to us for of the information to the applicant at the address above within 30 days of the
less. $7500 obo. 604-812-1278 outstanding charges.
publication of this notice.
EXTRA INCOME Christopher K. MacPherson
Classified ads are a direct line to Contents of unit = 2-22 I
Tanya Noakes
extra income. Look around your Contents of units = 2-28 I
home. You're sure to find items you
no longer want or need. All goods will be sold at Bridge-
Somewhere there is a buyer for view Self Storage, #103, 11125 -
them. Call to 124th Street, Surrey, B.C., or by
place your ad. 604 575 5555 auction.


vehicles, any cond. 604-518-3673



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m e n t s
40 Wednesday June 16 2010

No P ay SOLD D o or
s Stock #B15215. Stock #B15251. Stock #2328. Stock #P2256. Stock #P2257.
th Stock #B15152.
on 31,000 kms! Low kms. Fully loaded Very well Popularly
Black. $
for 6 m $
27,995 41,995 $
13,995 29,000 kms.
38,988 equipped.
16,888 equipped.
Sale Price
16,888 Cra s h e r s !
2007 GMC Acadia SLT 2 2007 Chevy Equinox AWD 2006 Chevy Aveo 2006 Mini Cooper Classic 2007 VW Eos 2008 Ford Mustang
t Stock #P2259. Stock #204187A. Stock #P2265 1999 FORD F-150 XLT
n Th e Sp o Stock #P2307A.
Triton V8 One of a
65,000 kms,
Financing Stock #B15322. Stock #B15340. Stock #4005111. unbelievable Fully loaded, 4x4 Crew Cab,
AWD, low kms, $ Nicely equipped, $ Auto, air, power $ value & handling. $ leather & Sunroof. $ auto, air, cruise. $
dual sunroof, DVD. 34,980 AWD, alloys, CD. 17,888 group, alloys. 7,880 Only 16,888 Only 27,988 Only 16,888 $
2008 Hyundai Elantra 2006 Chevy HHR 2007 Ford F150 S/C 2008 Dodge Ram 2500 2008 Nissan 350Z Convt 2007 Chev Silverado
Quad Cab Power
n Wagon Crew Cab 2005 HONDA CRV
ve r 3 m illio Stock #P2290.
Four wheel drive,
O auto, low km.

Stock #9B15261. Stock #B151551. Stock #B15327. Stock #P2230. Stock #P2263. Stock #P2284.
35kms. $ Low kms, auto, $ Leather, alloys, $ 3/4 ton, $ Contact us $ Ready to $
11,995 air, alloys. 10,895 sunroof, loaded. 20,980 low kms. Only 32,995 for details.Only 29,998 tow. Only 32,888 $
dollars iny
inventor 2005 GMC Canyon Crew Cab 2007 Corvette Z06 2006 Chevy Equinox LT 2007 Chev Silverado 2007 Ford F-150 Ext Cab 1999 Dodge Dakota
Stock #B15390.
All Wheel Drive,
new tires, beautiful
Stock #2283. Stock #16287A. Stock #148314A.
Stock #B12345.
Stock #B15359. Stock #B15339. Fully loaded, Only 52,000 kms, Local, 1 owner,
Brilliant Yellow, extra clean This is a must see! only 54,000 kms.
have arr 4x4, crew with $ low kms, Navi, $ AWD, leather, $ $ $ $ $
matching canopy. 18,880 chromes. 57,888 roof, alloys. 15,986 Only 31,888 Sale Price 19,888 Sale Price 8,988 6,888
e s 2009 Cadillac SRX 2007 Hyundai Entourage GLS 2009 Pontiac Montanas 2008 Chev Trailblazer 2008 Sebring Ltd Convt. 2001 Chrysler 300M 2008 PONTIAC G5
Fr es h tra d Stock #15132.

e d Stock #2329. Stock 2331. Stock #148314.

t o ck Stock #B15341. Stock #104396A. 6 to choose. Perfect for the Very rare car. Readyy Only 55,000 kms. $
All wheel drive.
O v er s $
29,995 Only 19,000 kms!
Pwr sliding door.
19,780 EXT model,
DVD, alloys.
18,885 holiday getaway
23,988 for summer
23,888 A must see.
7,988 9,888
 150-Plus Point Inspection  Manufacturers Warranty
 24-Hour Roadside Assistance  30 Day/2500 km No-Hassle Exchange Privilege



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