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Gord Hobbis (left), owner of Cap’s Bicycles, helps Brek Boughton load a bike into a storage container, bound for Africa.
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The two-ton truck is overflowing with bicycles of all shapes and sizes, some ready to ride, others in parts. They’ve all lived long lives, but they’re about to embark on their longest journey, someplace where they’ll have a much better fate than being banished to a landfill or buried in a backyard junk pile. For the past year Cap’s Bicycles in Sapperton has been gathering used
bikes. Last Friday, they packed up the last lot of them and took them to a warehouse in Port Coquitlam. There they will join others already collected to fill a container of more than 400 bikes to be shipped to South Africa thanks to a big helping hand from the New Westminster and Port Moody Rotary clubs. When the container gets there the Bicycle Empowerment Network will turn it into a bicycle shop. The top will be cut for ventilation, doors and windows put in, and a chain-link fence put up around it. The bikes will go on the roof and, poof, the
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“Cycling is important to me. It can solve a lot of our problems in the developed world and the undeveloped world.” Bicycles reduce greenhouse gases and help people improve their health, both here and in third world countries, he points out. “In that part of the world you get a lot more bang for your buck. You can do a lot more for cheaper than you can do here.” When Cap’s owner Gord Hobbis gazes over all the bikes stacked in the truck it surprises him a little. Please see ARCTIC, A3
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After saying so long to the summer season the Royal City Farmers Market is moving ahead to beefing up its winter fare. The market recently completed its fifth year of selling celery, strawberries and squash—and much, much more—every Thursday afternoon for the last four months. The past two years, RCFM has also offered a winter market the first Saturday (11 a.m.) of every month. But this year, it will double that by holding markets on the first and third Saturday of every month starting Nov. 3. While the best thing about the summer market was it being outdoors in the sunshine, the best thing about the winter market is it will be inside, away from the rain, snow and cold at the River Market. RCFM operations manager Jodi Appleton said last year’s winter market, the first to be held at the Quay location, created a demand to increase the offerings. “It’s more of a regular shopping trip for those at the market rather than a special trip once a month,” said Appleton. see ‘WE JUST’, A5
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NEW WESTMINSTER FIRE & RESCUE SERVICES 2012 OPEN HOUSE
CITYPAGE 2012 SENIORS’ & FAMILY FESTIVAL Saturday, October 13th, 11am-3pm at Royal City Centre. This City event celebrates families and seniors and offers an opportunity for individuals to meet organizations who serve our residents to participate. Enjoy live performances, family friendly activities and visit the 30+ community organizations information tables.
Saturday, October 13, 2012 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at Glenbrook Fire Hall, 1 East Sixth Ave parking available at Canada Games Pool Free admission! This is an exciting opportunity for the residents of New Westminster to learn about your emergency services, your community safety agencies, and fire safety. There will be live demos, equipment displays, a fire safety house, Sparky the fire dog and the New West Firefighters’ Charitable BBQ by donation. Please call 604-519-1000 or email email@example.com for more information.
Monday, October 15 3:00 pm Committee of the Whole Council Chamber 7:00 pm Regular Council Council Chamber Please note that council meetings are now video streamed online. Committee meeting schedules can be found on our website.
Some highlights include: • Emcee: John Ashbridge • Youth Entertainers: Myles Murphy & Colton Fleet • Steve Elliott: Elvis Impersonator • Youth Entertainers: Endless Couch • Opportunity to have a family portrait • Kids Zone includes: Coco The Clown, Facepainting, Arts & Crafts and more For more information, please contact Ruby Campbell at 604-519-1023.
PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS FOR 2013 PROPERTY TAX PERMISSIVE EXEMPTION Section 227 of the Community Charter requires Council to give notice of a proposed bylaw regarding permissive tax exemptions, identifying the property, the proposed exemptions, the number of years that the exemption may be provided and an estimate of the amount of exempt taxes for the year of the exemption and the two following years. The proposed Bylaw No. 7543, 2012 is for a one year term. FOLIO #
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1932 Eighth Avenue 601 Eighth Avenue 850 Queens Avenue 236 Ross Drive 811 Royal Avenue
318 Keary Street
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Public Worship Public Worship New Westminster School District - On-site Childcare Kolumbia Inn Daycare Society - On-site Childcare Day Programs/Resource Development Simon Fraser Society for Community Living Meeting Hall for Pensioners Sapperton Old Age Pensioners’ Assoc. The Fraser River Discovery Centre Exhibition and Education Honour House Society - Respite facility for injured Cdn Armed Forces and local First Responders Greater Vancouver Water District Water Reservoir Tennis Courts Lawn Bowling - New Westminster Lawn Bowling Club Amateur Radio Club New Westminster Amateur Radio Club Tennis Courts/Club House Facility New Westminster Tennis Club Amateur Community Theatre Productions Vagabond Players Air Cadets Training - Royal Canadian Air Cadets 513 Hornet Squadron Amateur Boxing Club - Queensborough Boxing Club Civic Group - Arts Council of New Westminster Queen’s Park - On-site Preschool Childcare Curling Rink - Royal City Curling Club
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Section 224 of the Community Charter does not require notice of exemptions provided under section 224(2)(f) [buildings for public worship] and section 224(2)(h) [seniors’ homes, hospitals or private schools]. For information about the proposed bylaw, please call the Finance and Information Technology Department at 604-527-4606 CITYPAGE CONTINUED ON PAGE 4
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Robert Goodrick is New Westminster’s secret butcher. Behind an unmarked black door on Clarkson Street, in a warren of rooms and coolers above Sherlock’s The British Store, Goodrick grinds out 700 pounds of sausage a week, dry cures 300 to 400 pounds of bacon, prepares meat pies and carves up sides of pork and quarters of beef for clients like independent meat shops, restaurants, pubs and private clubs. But with fear stalking the supermarket meat counters because of the ever-expanding recall of beef products suspected of e-coli contamination, Goodrick isn’t sure how much longer he can operate in relative anonymity as consumers look for MArIO BArteL/neWsLeADer Robert Goodrick is New Westminster’s secret butcher, cutting meat, dry-curing bacon and making sausages for a variety alternate sources for their meat, of clients in a warren of rooms and coolers above Sherlock’s The British Store. ones they can trust. Goodrick is an old-school British butcher, schooled and trained England for a stretch. That’s when he met his in the European method of cutting and wife, a Canadian. preparing meat. With his hands, and After running successful shops in natural ingredients that don’t include fillers, Kerrisdale and North Vancouver, he became chemicals and cultures. disenchanted with the business aspect. All It’s hard, slow work. He wears a chain the paperwork took him away from the pork. mail glove on his left hand to protect it from He took a job in a smokehouse in Langley his razor-sharp blades. His thick, gnarled to re-forge his connection with the meat fingers can peel the hide off a pork quarter. but it wasn’t an ideal match for his talents. Curing that pork into bacon takes salt, So when an opportunity presented itself to spices, cold air and time—up to three or work the knives and blocks again without four weeks compared to the 24 hours a the day-to-day worries of a storefront, he commercial meat processor can take to seized it. create bacon using a rote list of chemicals That was almost three years ago. and additives. Many of his old clients have stuck by him. “It’s the old way of doing things,” says Others find him based on his reputation Goodrick. “If only things slowed down alone, and a product menu that includes TH and were done properly, there’d be no e-coli such specialty items as Guinness sausage, 1 1 . t c hursday,THO 12 bundnerfleisch, landjaeger, tongue loaf, head T problem.” t c e ff e in Prices been . 17 he, 2e0s last.cheese and stuffed pillow o’ pork. Goodrick’s carving Octsince y,meat a d s e n antiti d e while quan toatW d, served strated. left school 13 years He contamination from poorly handled meat. e state rwisold. ctly as illu “What I do is a dying art,” says Goodrick. e th xa o e e ss b le t n o U n y a m e apprenticeship, studied for three years And because of mass production where “We create our own problems,” says is d n a h rc e dm Sale pricecertified to become as an inspector, then speed and profit trump safety, consumers are Goodrick. “If we get back to basics, we worked on ships out of Southampton, becoming more susceptible to disease and alleviate a lot of the problems.”
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“It’s been amazing how many bikes are out there in the system that people obviously don’t want,” says Hobbis. “It’s great bikes can be reused and recycled, but there’s part of me that says we sure create a lot here in North America that takes up space. It is good to see bikes not end up in the landfill.” Boughton is also preparing to resume his northern journey which he abandoned late last January. He left last November and made it all the way to Jakes Corner on the Alaska Highway, about 80 kilometres south of Whitehorse. However, having to propel 450 pounds, including his six-foot-four frame, through ice and snow took its toll on his knees, and his toes suffered some frostbite. “The last day I was in agony,” says Boughton. “My plan is to work it harder leading up to that point so the muscles are ready to go.” In early December, he’ll head over to Vancouver Island and ride up to Port Hardy to catch a ferry to Prince Rupert, and then another to Skagway, Alaska. From there he’ll ride 150 kilometres over the White Pass, the route Klondike Gold Rush miners took in 1897, into Jakes Corner to resume his trek to Tuktoyaktuk on the shores of the Arctic Ocean. Boughton has made some tweaks to his bike and his gear. He’s built a stronger rim for his back wheel which cracked from the cold weather and he’s taking a warmer sleeping bag. He intends to wear bigger boots because last winter his toes were numb from his heavily-insulated boots being too tight, which is why he didn’t realize frostbite had also set in.
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OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD/ NOTICE OF PROPOSAL TO ISSUE TEMPORARY USE PERMIT Monday, October 22, 2012 - 6:00 p.m.
Council Chamber, City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. V3L 1H9 TEMPORARY USE PERMIT NO. TUP00009 Location: 28 Sixth Street (shown hatched on accompanying sketch)
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Monday, October 22, 2012 - 6:00 p.m. Council Chamber, City Hall 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B. C. V3L 1H9 Sign Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 7548, 2012 Purpose:
The purpose of Sign Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 7548, 2012, is to amend Sign Bylaw No. 6625. 2000, in order to permit the placement of digital billboards on City owned property. Specifically, it is proposed to amend the Sign Bylaw by adding the following new paragraph i. to section 4.2. This Bylaw does not apply to:
“digital billboard signs on City owned property, if the digital billboard has dimming capabilities.” City Contact: Development Services Department at 604-527-4532. Inspection of Documents: A copy of the proposed bylaws may be inspected at Legislative Services. Details and materials may be inspected at the Development Services Department (Planning), City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, British Columbia during normal office hours being 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday inclusive (except Statutory Holidays) from Tuesday, October 2, 2012 to Monday, October 22, 2012. Public Participation: At the hearing, the public shall be allowed to make representations to the Council respecting matters contained in the proposed bylaw. All persons who believe their interest in the property is affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard, or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the bylaw. Written submissions can be submitted to the Corporate Officer until the close of the Public Hearing. All persons who prefer to have their submissions available to Council members in advance as part of the Public Hearing agenda package, should deliver their submissions to Legislative Services, City Hall 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. V3L 1H9 (Fax # 604-527-4594 or firstname.lastname@example.org), by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Please be advised that submissions received will be published on the City of New Westminster website, with other associated information. No further submissions can be considered by Council after the conclusion of the Public Hearing. Rick Page, Corporate Officer This meeting will be broadcast over the internet and/or television.
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Proposal: The applicant, Lookout Emergency Aid Society, is proposing to operate an Extreme Weather Response Program shelter at 28 Sixth Street (Cliff Block) for a three-year period ending on October 31, 2015. This program will provide shelter to homeless persons during extreme weather events. The property is zoned Columbia Street Historic Comprehensive Development Districts (C-8). Purpose: In general terms, the Local Government Act authorizes municipalities to issue a Temporary Use Permit to allow uses at a specific location, which would not normally be permitted, to operate on a temporary basis. City Contact: Development Services (Planning Division) at 604–527-4532. Inspection of Documents: A copy of the proposed temporary use permit, supporting staff reports and relevant background documentation may be inspected at Development Services Department, City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue during normal office hours being 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday inclusive (except statutory holidays) from Tuesday, September 11, 2012 to Monday, October 22, 2012. Public Participation: At the meeting, the public shall be allowed to make representations to the Council respecting matters contained in the proposed temporary use permit. All persons who believe their interest in property is affected by the proposed permit shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard, or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the permit. Written submissions can be submitted to the Corporate Officer up to the close of the Opportunity to be Heard. All persons who prefer to have their submissions available to Council members in advance as part of the meeting agenda package, must deliver their submissions to Legislative Services, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. V3L 1H9 (Fax # 604-527-4594), by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Please be advised that submissions received will be published on the City of New Westminster website, with other associated information. No further submissions can be considered by Council after the conclusion of the Opportunity to be Heard. Rick Page, Corporate Officer This meeting will be broadcast over the internet and/or television.
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City to sell Queensborough lots The City of New Westminster’s coffers should be getting a $600,000 boost in the near future with the sale of two vacant lots in Queensborough. City council will be asked on Monday to approve the sale of 635 and 641 Ewen Avenue for $315,000 each. In May, council approved putting out requests for offers on several properties it owns throughout the city that are considered surplus to the city’s needs. A report to Monday’s meeting said the Ewen Avenue lots were appraised in May for $320,000 each, but the $315,000 offers received by the city fell within the two per cent of appraised value considered acceptable. The report noted the New Westminster’s housing price index has been on a slight downward trend since April. The report estimated servicing and legal costs to the city for the sale to be $25,000, and
also concluded the sale would help facilitate development and contribute to the economic development and livability of the city.
Blockbuster site could rebuild It may not be a blockbuster of a development, but the former Blockbuster building could soon be going down. The city has received an application for a development permit to replace the current structure that formerly housed the Blockbuster video store, on Sixth Street at Seventh Avenue. City staff have advised council the property’s owner, Marco Investments of Vancouver, proposes to demolish the existing one-storey commercial building constructed in 1974. It would be replaced by a two-storey building with more than 10,000 square feet of floor space.
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RCFM food vendors will be downstairs at the River Market while the upstairs will be more of an artisan market. The winter session will go until May 4 with the 2013 summer season starting on June 6. Appleton spent the summer learning the ropes from her predecessor Jen Arbo. She said the market had new vendors come on board and the coupon program in conjunction with the province allowed new mothers,
she doesn’t expect to be able to increase the amount of vendors beyond the 35 to 40 that show up each week. She is, however, looking to make some changes for next year including finding a way to incorporate food education with the kids activities and crafts. Appleton, who rode her bicycle from Kitsilano to the market, also wants to provide a place for cyclists to lock up their bikes instead of just leaving them at the information booth.
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Beef recall worries Like a nasty computer virus, the XL Foods meat recall is casting a wider net and creating more problems as each day dawns. From the initial recall of beef processed by the Alberta plant between Aug. 24 and Sept. 5, the beef recall has now extended to thousands of stores. Hundreds of products from ground beef to prepared kebabs are on the do-not-eat (or cook-’til-charred) list, even though more than a month has passed since problems were first detected. As many as 10 E. coli cases in Alberta, Quebec and Newfoundland were linked to beef products from the XL Foods plant, where E. coli was initially detected on Sept. 4, and now a B.C. man has been identified as recovering from the illness caused by eating beef processed at XL Foods. This makes the XL Foods beef recall a national issue requiring a thorough investigation if confidence in the Canadian food system is to be restored. Many questions remain about who knew what and when — and what was done about it. The laxity of procedures at the plant and the length of time it took to identify the meat products affected could have put people’s lives in jeopardy. Initial stock-taking suggests some rigorous analysis of checks and re-checks of food processing systems at XL Foods is required. Other meat processing plants should be subject to review as well. This isn’t unnecessary redtape and regulation; rather, it’s important for the industry to be able to guarantee that beef processed at plants is safe to eat. But questions also remain about the three-day lag between the time that Canadian Food Inspection Agency knew of problems of meat imported to the U.S. and when it began alerting the Canadian public. Could more have been done sooner? Let’s hope we find out. – Black Press
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Big storm made big impression British Columbia is known to have more than its share of windbags but the biggest wind to blow through these parts had nothing to do with politics. Her name was Freda, and it has been half a century since the nasty girl stormed through these parts leaving tons of debris in her wake. Typhoon Freda was a tropical storm that started in the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean near the equator, eventually making a beeline for the Pacific Northwest. She hit our shores on the evening of Oct. 12, 1962, and boy did she make an entrance. Freda ripped through Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland taking down trees and much more in her wake. I was six years old when Freda came calling. My parents had chosen that weekend for a respite from raising four boys—which they fully deserved considering I was the oldest and the youngest was three. They had hired a babysitter so they could head south to see
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the 1962 World’s Fair in Seattle before it wrapped up. According to reports, Freda came packing winds of 90 kilometres an hour gusting up to 145 km/h. She reduced tall trees to matchsticks all over the city. Our matronly babysitter huddled us in our modest South Burnaby home, but with the windows rattling and thunder rolling we wanted to watch the show. While we did, she scurried around the house looking for buckets to place around the house to gather the rain where the roof was leaking. The lightning provided the only light we had because Freda had knocked out the power all the way to Hope. An account on the BC Hydro website said some
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were without electricity for up to a week, Newscaster John Ashbridge, a New Westminster resident, told me Freda helped put CKNW on the regional radio map because it had just purchased a power unit from the air force. That meant it could keep broadcasting when few stations up and down the coast could. I don’t recall being scared, although I should have been considering Freda took seven lives. She is considered the strongest storm to ever be recorded in the area. My most vivid memory is of the next day. Once the ill-natured Freda left town, the skies cleared and the morning after dawned a bright and sunny fall day. I woke up to look out our front window and see shingles strewn everywhere. Lawns up and down the street were littered with them. The roads and backyards were too. Burnaby had turned into Shingle City. Tree branches were all over the place. Of course, there were lots of trees for Freda to wreak
havoc on since most homeowners in that era didn’t make a habit of cutting down trees on their property. These days, that’s an activity that has as much remorse as slicing a banana into a cereal bowl. In a story about Freda on its website, Hydro said the damage in today’s dollars would be about $600 million. Roofing companies, naturally, profited the most. My parents beat a hasty retreat from Seattle, abandoning their Space Needle plans. It was the first time they had spent a night in the Emerald City. Bizarrely enough, the second was May 2, 1996. They had accompanied me to a Seattle Mariners game when a 5.6 magnitude earthquake shook the Kingdome during the sixth inning. Although we stayed the night, my mother and father vowed to never to book a motel room in Seattle again for fear of another natural disaster.
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Social spaces bring streets to life Re: Bring on the crazy dreamers (Column, NewsLeader, Oct. 3) Are we done with the topic of retail on 12th Street? It was sounding to me like a chicken-and-egg situation: which comes first? If we get more residents living locally and walking on the street, 12th Street stores will thrive. Or maybe if we get stores that are more appealing, interesting or quirky, then shoppers will be attracted to the street and the stores will thrive. I don’t think many people walk on 12th Street more frequently than I do. I chat with the merchants and participate in 12th Street events, but I seldom shop on 12th Street. I’m drawn to Sixth and Sixth. What draws me there are 1) the library, and 2) Century House. While I’m in that vicinity, I shop. It’s primarily the appeal of the gathering place, the social space, that attracts me, and 12th Street lacks such places. There’s no pocket park, no plaza, no community space, no library, no neighbourhood hub or non-commercial gathering place where a person can just hang out, socialize, and (perhaps) experience a sense of local community. Check out a few of the “retail” streets that we envy and chances are you’ll find there’s at least one community space contributing to life on that street. Mary Wilson New Westminster
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Monday, October 22, 2012 - 6:00 p.m. Council Chamber, City Hall 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B.C. V3L 1H9 ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 7550, 2012
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A copy of the proposed bylaw, supporting staff reports and relevant background documentation may be inspected at the Development Services Department (Planning), City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue, Monday to Friday (except statutory holidays) between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from Tuesday, October 2, 2012 to Monday, October 22, 2012.
The purpose of the proposed bylaw is to amend text in Zoning Bylaw No. 6680, 2001 regarding floor space calculation for older homes in the West End, Connaught Heights and Moody Park neighbourhoods.
At the meeting all persons who believe their interest is affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the bylaw prior to the close of the Public Hearing.
City Contact: Development Services Department, Planning Office 604-527-4532 Inspection of Documents: A copy of the proposed bylaw, supporting staff reports and relevant background documentation may be inspected at the Development Services Department (Planning), City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue, Monday to Friday (except statutory holidays) between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from Tuesday, October 2, 2012 to Monday, October 22, 2012. Public Participation: At the meeting all persons who believe their interest is affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the bylaw prior to the close of the Public Hearing. Persons who prefer to have their submissions available to Council members in advance as part of the Public Hearing agenda package should deliver their submissions to the Legislative Services Department, City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue (fax # 604-527-4594, email email@example.com) by 12:00 noon on Tuesday October 16, 2012. Please be advised that submissions received will be published on the City of New Westminster website, with other associated information. No further information can be considered by Council after the conclusion of the Public Hearing
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Monday, October 22, 2012 - 6:00 p.m. Council Chamber, City Hall 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B. C. V3L 1H9 Street Traffic Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 7549, 2012 Purpose: The purpose of Street Traffic Bylaw Amendment Bylaw No. 7549, 2012 is to amend Street Traffic Bylaw No. 6027, 1991, in order to permit the placement of digital billboards on City owned property. Specifically, it is proposed to amend the Street Traffic Bylaw by adding the following new section 514.5: “The City Engineer may not approve an application for a street occupancy permit for a matter prohibited under Section 512.1 unless the council of the City has granted a written licence authorizing the occupation or encroachment pursuant to section 35(11) of the Community Charter.” City Contact: Development Services Department at 604-527-4532. Inspection of Documents: A copy of the proposed bylaws may be inspected at Legislative Services. Details and materials may be inspected at the Development Services Department (Planning), City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, British Columbia during normal office hours being 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday inclusive (except Statutory Holidays) from Tuesday, October 2, 2012 to Monday, October 22, 2012. Public Participation: At the hearing, the public shall be allowed to make representations to the Council respecting matters contained in the proposed bylaw. All persons who believe their interest in the property is affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard, or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the bylaw.
Chasing Ice hot at Doc Fest Grant Granger
When the inaugural New West Doc Fest wrapped up last October organizers were excited about the audience response. They collected more than 35 surveys and nobody ranked the festival lower than four out of five, and most ticked the 5-box. This year they’ve raised the bar on the films, thanks to a connection
to the Toronto Film Festival, with the hopes of raising attendance. “There were lots of challenges,” said Andrew Murray, a festival organizer, of the 2011 edition. “There was a high degree of satisfaction with the quality of the event. Attendance for a first year event was OK, but we certainly need an uptick this year. We’re pretty confident we’re going
to get that.” New Westminster Environmental Partners, along with the Green Ideas Network and Douglas College got together to create the festival. This year’s New West Doc Fest will run Oct. 19-20 at the Laura Muir Theatre on the college’s New Westminster campus. “Documentaries for the last 20 years have been getting a lot
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more attention, they’re running in first-run theatres, and people have been discovering documentaries are an entertaining way to spend an evening,” said Murray. This year, the Arts Council of New Westminster hooked up organizers with the Toronto Film Festival to acquire high-level films, and not just ones with an environmental bent. “If you want to grow your audience numbers we feel you need to offer a more diverse group of films, and we think we’ve accomplished that,” Murray said. This year’s marquee showing, however, is about the environment. Chasing Ice has recently been screened at the Hot Docs festival in Toronto as well as Tribeca in New York and Sundance in Utah. It has yet to be released for major distribution, said Murray. It’s about a National Geographic photographer who journeys to a remote part of Greenland to set up time-lapse cameras for the winter to demonstrate the rapid melting of the ice cap. When he returns the next year he finds the computer systems in the cameras have failed. So the next winter he makes the difficult trip all over again, even though he’s suffering from a knee injury. This time they work. Please see FIVE, A9
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which documents “the “The photography incredible efforts” the is amazing. It’s the Dole Corporation story of one man’s went to in order to quest to prove climate suppress a previous change is very real, documentary about it’s happening and the the pesticide poisoning evidence he gathers of farm workers, said provides the impetus Murray. to kick start action Speaking at the on it, especially in this final screening will be country,” Murray said. Burnaby-Edmonds Chasing Ice will be NDP MLA Raj NEWSLEADER FILE shown on Oct. 19 at Sustainable energy economist Mark Jaccard, a New Chouhan, former Westminster resident, will lead a discussion on climate head of the Canadian 8 p.m., and will be change following the screening of Chasing Ice. followed by Simon Farmworkers Union. Fraser University Murray said for the sustainable energy last 10 months the economist Mark festival has been doing Jaccard, a New Westminster which looks into the Alberta a lot of networking within the resident, leading a discussion on Tarsands. Filmmaker David college to increase its visibility, climate change. Lavalee will be at the screening. and also worked out a deal with The feature films in the Indie Game – The Movie the student union to provide second day lineup start with (5 p.m.), features video game free admission to Douglas The World Before Her (1 developers in their pursuit of students. p.m.), which is about what 20 getting their product, into which Passes for the festival, which young women from India go they have put many hours, sweat also includes music, visual through while competing for and tears, to market. and performing arts, are $20. the Miss India contest, and the “It’s very tense and emotional Individual showings cost $7 for controversies surrounding it. for them,” said Murray. adults and $5 for seniors and That’s followed by White The festival wraps with Big students. For more information: Water Black Gold (3 p.m.), Boys Gone Bananas (7 p.m.) www.newwestdocfest.ca.
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NWPD launch blog New Westminster police have launched a blog to provide insight into the frontline work of the department. View from the Street will be mainly written by Const. Jeff Scott of the traffic unit, but the department is also planning to use guest writers from other units.
“Our goal with View from the Street is to give the public inside access to the day-to-day experiences of our members straight from their own mouths,” said Chief Const. Dave Jones in a press release. “We’re excited to see how the blog evolves over time as we take public engagement to a new level.” The blog can be found at www.viewfromthestreet.ca. New posts will be announced through the department’s Twitter (@newwestpd) and Facebook (newwestpolice) accounts.
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An exciting day as a river watcher
confess! I’m a river watcher.
I love watching as the autumn full moon casts her bright spotlight across the river’s smooth black waters, the bobbing head of a seal as it breaks the water’s surface, or the fog that rolls across in the morning. But then again, who doesn’t? With this extension of summer, people are flocking to the boardwalk to enjoy the sights and last rays of Cindy warmth before the coolness of winter begins to settle in. From racing kids to strolling seniors there is one thing that makes them all stop—a working marine vessel on the Fraser. A few weeks back, due to a malfunction with the New Westminster Rail Bridge, the Seaspan King towing the selfloading, self-dumping log barge Seaspan Phoenix patiently waited on the south shoreline of the Fraser to continue her journey upriver. Passersby stopped, pointed and photographed this massive barge loaded with 15,000 cubic metres of Hemlock from Quatsino Sound. The staff at the Fraser River Discovery Centre got a surprising
invitation to go out and watch this log barge unload at a log sorting facility on the Coquitlam waterfront. Hanging out the “gone fishing” sign, grabbing the jackets and deckworthy shoes we headed down to Sapperton Landing to catch our ride. A short ride upriver, with the aid of two other tugs, the Phoenix was getting into Sale position with a small army of boom boats and tugboats waiting for her hull to slowly take on water to make her unbalanced to create the necessary tilt to dump her precious cargo. Before we knew it logs were sliding off the deck into the depths of the Fraser, causing the barge to lunge away. The tugboats quickly flew into action corralling the logs as the buoyant boom boats pushed them further into the corral or chased the escaped logs as they floated down river with the current. What a fabulous field trip. Not only did we get to enjoy an afternoon out on the river, we witnessed firsthand why the Fraser is a valuable economic resource for
Tugs and boom boats in action as the Seaspan Phoenix tips its load.
this province and the thousands of people whose lives depend on the river. We were smack in the middle of Mother Nature’s natural highway and although large, with the Phoenix sitting in the middle it created a marine traffic jam like morning rush
hour on the Port Mann. So the next time you are by the river take a moment to watch the working river “work.” Until then, if you want to see a self-loading, selfdumping log barge unload her previous cargo, check out the video and many more
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Fix tunnel gridlock with tolls, not new bridge: Expert Transit advocates push alternatives to Massey rebuild Jeff Nagel Black Press
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Transportation expert Todd Litman has a radical proposal to quickly solve congestion at the Massey Tunnel – one that doesn’t involve waiting a decade for a new bridge or borrowing billions of dollars. He would slap tolls on the Highway 99 crossing immediately. Litman argues small tolls charged now and only during peak periods would decongest the corridor and allow a free flow of traffic through the tube. The money collected could fund better bus service on the corridor and connecting routes, he said, providing a more viable transit alternative for drivers who don’t need to use their own vehicles. “You prevent the congestion from getting severe,” Litman said. “It’s the efficient, rational solution that could actually start providing benefits in a year.” Premier Christy Clark last
month vowed the province will for a concept called ‘peak car’ begin planning to build a new – where a trend towards people Deas crossing over the next 10 driving less than in the past may years. mean it’s time to reconsider Litman, head of the Victoria how fast road capacity needs to Transportation Policy Institute, expand. said charging low tolls now “I think it is important would at the very least ease to start questioning those gridlock and build assumptions.” acceptance of higher Other transportation eventual tolls on the observers in the region corridor ahead of a see the province’s promise replacement. of a new crossing as one He said that’s smarter that’s likely to devour than building a new funding that could litmaN crossing first and otherwise go to needed gambling – as with transit upgrades. the Golden Ears Bridge and “I think there will be a new Port Mann Bridge – that revolt if they continue to drivers’ willingness to pay will neglect transit and continue to cover the costs on schedule. pour billions of dollars into “People complain about highways like this tunnel,” said traffic congestion,” he said. transportation consultant and “But if you ask if they’re willing freeway expansion opponent to pay extra in taxes or tolls to Eric Doherty. finance it, a lot of the demand He noted bus/HOV lanes on disappears.” Highway 99 are already in place At best, Litman said, it to speed buses past congestion may turn out the demandapproaching the tunnel. dampening effect of Highway “TransLink has buses that 99 tolls along with better transit can be put on the road if we could avoid the need for the had the funding,” Doherty project altogether. said. “Rather than something He’s one of the observers decades away, it could be weeks who sees growing evidence away.”
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Craig Bowlsby thought he was spending $20 on an antique map. He bought a bit of a mystery instead. The Vancouver historian, who has authored two books about the early days of ice hockey in British Columbia, was mining eBay for interesting artifacts when an old yellowing map from 1858 caught his eye. The map, which accompanied an article from a newspaper back east, depicts “Vancouver Island and Washington Territory, showing San Juan Island the disputed territory.” But along the Fraser River, where New Westminster should be, is the name Albert. The anomaly was hard to miss; other than Fort Langley, there were hardly any named settlements in B.C. at the time. Even Vancouver hadn’t yet been named. “When I saw this, I figured someone must know why this was the case,” said Bowlsby. He called the archives but staff there could find no references to Albert prior to the city being granted its New Westminster moniker by Queen Victoria in 1859, after her favorite part of London. Albert was, of course, the Queen’s husband whom she’d married in 1840 and his name was eventually attached to an elite residential district in the city and a park on
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the bluff above the Fraser, where residents gathered for Victoria Day celebrations beginning in 1868. Bowlsby was mystified. “The cartography isn’t exact,” said Bowlsby. “A lot of territory had names given to it by various different factions.” It turns out, though, the Albert name isn’t so mysterious after all, said Dale Miller, of A Sense of History Research Services. “People get very excited when they see something old about something familiar.” According to a book by Derek Hayes called Historical Atlas of Vancouver and the Lower Fraser Valley, the site that would become New Westminster had been proposed for a town even before the arrival of the Royal Engineers. That site appeared as Albert Town on a goldfields map by Victoria merchant Alfred Waddington and dated May 1858. Another, slightly newer, map showed the site as Prince Albert. As late as 1868, maps were being created that showed New Westminster as Albert City. It’s likely the newspaper’s artist was referencing one of those maps, said Miller. A mystery no longer, New Westminster’s previous identity is still interesting. And Bowlsby isn’t discouraged by his modest investment in a curious artifact. “To me, it’s worth a lot,” he said.
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boat should carry his name and honour his memory.” The department will hold a ceremony to rename the vessel on Friday, Oct. 12 at 11 a.m. at the Westminster Quay where the boat is based.
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Nikkei Fall Harvest Fair: A celebration of autumn showcasing various Nikkei Centre programs (including martial arts, healing arts, sushi class and more), farmers market selling hard-to-find Japanese produce, and lots of delicious Japanese food, exciting entertainment, kids’ activities and more. Free admission. When: Saturday, Oct. 13, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (farmers market 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Where: Nikkei Centre, 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby (corner of Kingsway & Sperling). Free underground and street parking. Info: 604-7777000 or www.nikkeiplace.org.
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West Coast Symphony: Recently returned from a successful concert tour of Albania and Macedonia, the West Coast Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Principal Conductor Bujar Llapaj opens regular concert season with guest soloist, Carl Petersson, performing Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor. Also on the program, Tchaikovsky’s the Pathetique and Rossini’s Overture to Semiramide. When: Sunday, Oct. 14, 7 p.m. Where: Queens Avenue United Church, 529 Queens Avenue, New Westminster. Admission by donation. Info: 778-994-6425 or www. westcoastsymphony.ca.
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Led Zepagain: Tribute band replicates the Led Zeppelin experience, from the high energy electric classics to the beautiful acoustic works. When: Sunday, Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m. Where: Michael J Fox Theatre, 7373 MacPherson Ave., Burnaby. Tickets: $32.50 (plus service charges) at Ticketmaster.ca or 1-855-985-5000.
Opera preview: The UBC Opera Ensemble under the direction of Nancy Hermiston, and accompanied by Richard Epp presents a preview of the operas to be featured in the UBC Opera School’s 2012/13 season. When: Sunday, Oct. 14, 2 p.m. Where: Room 103, Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 6450 Deer Lake Ave., Burnaby.
SFU Philosophers Cafe: Moderator Mano Daniel of Douglas College leads discussion on “open secrets: intelligence and information overload.” Everyone welcome, no experience needed. Free. When: Oct. 17, 7 p.m. Where: Heritage Grill, 447 Columbia St., New Westminster. Info: 778-782-5215 or www. philosopherscafe.net.
Sunday Afternoon Dances for 55+: Live music each week – come join us. When: Sundays, 12:45 – 3:45 p.m. Where: Century House, 620-Eighth St., New Westminster. Admission: $5 members and $6 non-members. Includes refreshments at intermission. Info: 604-519-1066.
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Miss New Westminster Ambassador Programme: Hyack Festival Association seeks young New Westminster women to enter pageant. Provides opportunities for professional instruction in etiquette and public speaking. Title holder and her ambassadors represent the City of New Westminster throughout the year at various events, major festivals and parades throughout BC and the US Pacific Northwest. Interested candidates must be 16-19 years of age, single, a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant and be a resident of New Westminster for 6 months prior to Oct. 1, 2012. Application deadline: Oct. 19. Info: Lynn Radbourne, 604-524-5675; Hyack Festival Association Office, 604-522-6894; or www.hyack. bc.ca. Music at Queens: The 15th season starts with the West Coast Symphony playing music of Rossini, Tchaikovsky and Griegs Piano Concerto. Bujar Llapaj is the conductor and Carl Peterson on piano. Admittance by donation. Wheelchair accessible. When: Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. Where: Queens Avenue United Church, 529 Queens Avenue, New Westminster. Info: 604-522-1606.
Crime rate drops on transit system Chief says force will still be relevant after fare gates Jeff Nagel Black Press
Crime against passengers and staff on TransLink’s transit system fell 17 per cent in the first half of the year, according to Transit Police. The change reflects a drop in reports of theft, assaults and sexual assaults. Property crime on the system, including vandalism, dropped four per cent from 2011. Chief Neil Dubord acknowledged crime rates are generally falling in North America, but called the drop in reported crime significant and noted it was accompanied by a 10 per cent improvement in surveyed passengers’ perception of safety on the system. Transit Police investigations led to more than 500 charge recommendations to Crown counsel in the first six months of 2012. Officers also arrested 530 fugitives wanted in other jurisdictions on outstanding
The drop in crime during the first half of the year also coincided with a 10 per cent improvement in passengers’ perception of safety, says Transit Police Chief Neil Dubord.
warrants. The force conducted 1.4 million fare checks in the first nine months of 2012 as TransLink stepped up efforts to reduce fare evasion. Dubord rejected suggestions that the 167-officer force – whose budget is about $29 million – will have much less to do once fare gates now being installed at SkyTrain stations are activated next year.
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“Once fare gates go in our goal is to continue to protect our passengers,” he said, adding that will likely mean more time patrolling buses. Officers will still need to conduct fare checks on SkyTrain inside the gated areas, he added, because some some fare evaders will come through the gates two or three at a time or crawl under or over the paddle turnstiles. He rejected suggestions from critics that the force could be dismantled and its duties handled jointly by existing RCMP and municipal police forces. He said the original case for a standalone force remains valid – that shared coverage by other forces would end up being spotty and public safety would suffer. Dubord said the force has redoubled its efforts to control costs. Improved scheduling has halved overtime costs, he said, adding that’s expected to save $300,000 to $400,000 this year.
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D TEbook EVENTS Vagabond Players: Latest production is Ned Durango Comes to Big Oak, a comedy by Norm Foster, directed by Dale Kelly. Things don’t go as planned when the town of Big Oak, in serious financial trouble, hires an aging TV and musical star as the grand marshal of its annual tomato festival. When: Oct. 4 to 27, 8 p.m. Thursday to Saturday, 2 p.m. S u n d ay m a t i n e e s . Where: Bernie Legge Theatre, Queens Park, N ew We s t m i n s t e r. Tickets: $15.00, Seniors/Students: $13. Reservations: 604-5210412 or reservations@ vagabondplayers.ca.
arTS & CulTurE Jim Walsh: Colours of the Season: Jim Walsh is a local New West artist with a career spanning over 30 years including such diverse media as painting, photography, and graphic design. Born and raised in New York City, he draws influence from diversity and from the natural world around him. When: runs to Oct. 31 (meet the artist Saturday, Sept. 29, 1 to 5 p.m.) Where: Van Dop Gallery, 421 Richmond St., New Westminster. Info and viewing appointments: 604521-7887 or www. vandopgallery.com.
Uptown Artists’ Drop-In: We have no instructor but enjoy sharing our work and trying new forms of art with the many supplies that have been donated. If you are 50 or older, want to try drawing, or painting before committing yourself to a class, this is the place for you. When: First and third Thursdays of the month, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Where: Spruce Room, Century House, 620 Eighth St., New Westminster (in Moody Park). The Heritage Life Drawing Society is at a new location, 50 Lorne St., just below Douglas College in N ew We s t m i n s t e r. The society offers
artists of all levels and backgrounds the opportunity to practice the art of life drawing with a professional model. Bring own supplies, including easels. When: Every Sunday, 6 to 9 p.m. Cost: $11 members, $14 non-members; Info: herirtagelifedrawing. com or Gillian 604-5240638.
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Heritage Uke Club: Organized by Gord Smithers (Guitarist for Deadcats, Swank, ReBeat Generation & Wichita Trip), learn to play the ukulele, beginners welcome. When: Mondays, 6-8 p.m. Where: Heritage Grill, 447 Columbia St., New Westminster. Cost: suggested $5 donation. Info: http:// tinyurl.com/6uy9h4h.
World Poetry New Westminster Night Out: Featured poets, open mike, free raffle and refreshments. Everyone welcome. When: Fourth We d n e s d ay of each month, 6:30 p.m. Where: New Westminster Public Library, 716 6th Ave., New Westminster. Info: 604-526-4729 or www. worldpoetry.ca.
Write From the Heart: Vancouver’s Ruth Kozak has been teaching writing classes since 1994 including travel, novel, creative writing and memoirs. Cost: $5 drop-in fee. When: Mondays, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Where: Waves Coffee Shop, Back Room, 715 Columbia St., New Westminster.
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B.C. yet to join Kinder Morgan pipeline hearings Jeff Nagel Black Press
The provincial government must decide soon if it wants to have a say at an initial pair of hearings into Kinder Morgan’s plan to twin its Trans Mountain crude oil pipeline through the Lower Mainland. The province has already missed an August deadline to apply for intervenor status in one National Energy Board (NEB) hearing starting Jan. 15 in Calgary, where Chevron Canada will argue its Burnaby refinery should get priority access to oil flowing through the pipeline in order to keep operating. And another deadline is looming Oct. 15 for potential intervenors in a separate NEB hearing starting Feb. 13 into the rates Kinder
Morgan would charge an environmental its pipeline customers. assessment and a Environment third round of NEB Minister Terry hearings that Lake said in July will be the main the province arena for project would consider scrutiny. taking part in the The $4-billion early regulatory expansion would hearings. more than Stewart It’s been double Trans suggested Mountain’s B.C. could argue capacity to 750,000 at the commercial barrels per day and rates hearing for bring 300 tankers the imposition of a per year to Burrard per-barrel levy on Inlet to take on oil for oil flowing through export, with more of it the pipeline to help expected to be diluted fund an improved bitumen from Alberta’s spill prevention and response system. But a ministry spokesperson said no decision has been made on whether to apply as an intervenor in the February hearing. “We are reviewing the application now to determine how it might affect B.C.’s interest,” he said. Officials note Kinder Morgan’s formal project application to twin the pipeline is not expected until 2014, launching
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Turris signs Martin’s men do it again deal to play in Finland
Olympic gold medallist Kevin Martin came and conquered again at the Westcoast Curling Classic at the Royal City Curling Club over the Thanksgiving weekend. Martin won his seventh Classic crown and third consecutive title by outlasting Andrew Bilesky 8-6 in Monday’s final. Martin took a 5-2 lead after three ends, but Bilesky, who skips a Premium Curling League team at Royal City, battled back to go ahead 6-5 after the sixth end. But Martin’s Alberta team of third John Morris, second Marc Kennedy and lead Ben Hebert scored two in the seventh and stole another in the eighth to MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER collect the $14,000 top prize. Skip Kevin Martin eyes his shot as second Marc Kennedy and lead Ben Hebert prepare to sweep in an early-round The 2010 Olympic match at the West Coast Curling Classic, Saturday at the Royal City Curling Club. Martin went on to defend his champions advanced to title by defeating Andrew Bilesky 8-6 in Monday’s final. the final by downing New Westminster’s Brent Pierce 5-2 in the Sean Geall of Royal City 7-1, Pierce C at 4-1. semifinals. The victory avenged a 9-2 nipped Brendan Bottcher of Edmonton • Martin also won $1,000 in the skins pounding Pierce put on them in the 5-4 while Bilesky downed three-time game against Cotter, who collected $200, opening draw of the round-robin. B.C. champion Jim Cotter of Vernon last Thursday. Bilesky, who won $9,000, pulled off 6-2, and Koe downed William Lyburn of • Tyler Klymchuk of Surrey defeated an upset of his own in the semifinals by Winnipeg 7-5. Delta’s Shawna Jensen 10-5 in the edging 2010 world champion Kevin Koe During the round robin, Martin, inaugural junior final. Klymchuk’s squad of Calgary 6-5. Pierce and Koe collected Pierce and Lyburn all finished 4-1 in took home $2,000 while Jensen’s won $6,500. Pool A. Koe and Bottcher topped Pool B $1,200. firstname.lastname@example.org In the quarter-finals, Martin defeated at 4-1 while Bilesky finished first in Pool
Kyle Turris has decided to occupy his time during the NHL lockout by playing in Finland for Oulun Karpat. The 23-year-old New Westminster native was expected to suit up for the Finnish Elite League squad this week. “I’m excited to play,” said Turris in a press release put out on Oulun Karpat’s website. “We’re glad that things (worked out) quickly.” MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER FILE According New Westminster’s Kyle Turris will play in Finland during NHL lockout. to reports, Turris was signed because Carolina Hurricane’s centre Jussi Jokinen, who had been under contract to Oulun, returned to North America. Turris does have an out-clause that allows him to return to the Ottawa Senators if the NHL lifts its lockout. Oulun Karpat’s roster also includes San Jose Sharks defenceman Jason Demers. In 2011-12, Turris scored 12 goals and 29 points in 49 games after being traded to the Senators by the Phoenix Coyotes. Last offseason he was an unrestricted free agent and asked to be dealt, but the Coyotes wouldn’t oblige until he signed a two-year, $2.8 million deal with the Coyotes on Nov. 22, 2011. He did not score a point in six games with Phoenix before he was sent to the Senators on Dec. 17 for defenceman David Rundblad and a secondround pick. In late August, he signed a five-year $17.5 million contract extension with Ottawa.
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Before his New Westminster Hyacks took on the Centennial Centaurs at Mercer Stadium last Friday, head coach Farhan Lalji was fearful of Centennial running back Nathan Lund. His fears were well founded. Lund scored six touchdowns reaching the end zone on runs of 13, 68, 63 and 43 yards, and catch and runs of 27 and 72 yards. The performance overshadowed a spectacular game by New West running back Aldrin Asuncion who racked up 309 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 36, 39, five and 35 yards. Centennial had a 35-20 halftime lead, but the Hyacks actually managed to rebound to go ahead 40-35 late in the third quarter. “Normally I have no use for moral victories, but I’m very proud of the resilience we showed to ALAN WARDLE/HYACKS continuously come back,” said Lalji New Westminster Hyacks quarterback Tommy Robertson straight-arms a in an email. “Last week (a 48-7 loss Centennial Centaurs defender during the Coquitlam school’s 54-40 win at Mercer Stadium last Friday. to Surrey’s Lord Tweedsmuir) we threw in the towel early, this time our kids showed a lot of character and that’s offence of 485 yards, including 428 along the something we can build on.” ground, and ran 74 offensive plays to Centennial’s Asuncion’s 309 yards on 35 carries beat the 45. previous school record of 301 yards by Vivie “It was a very helpless feeling watching Lund Bojilov set in 2009. The Hyacks racked up a total run around like that,” said Lalji. “He is an exceptional player, but one player should never beat you like that. “We still wore them down and had a great chance to win, but two holding penalties and two fumbles really hurt us in the fourth quarter.” Other New West touchdowns came on a 23-yard run by Julian Ramirez and a 26-yard toss from quarterback Tommy Robertson to Tristan Sands. Eric Teng picked off two Centennial passes, and Jordan Chin was the top tackler with eight. While the Hyacks are 3-3 overall, they are 0-2 in the B.C. AAA Western Conference standings. The Hyacks will face the Notre Dame Jugglers, who are also 0-2 at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex West on Friday (Oct. 12) at 7:30 p.m. • The Hyacks junior varsity squad took a 45-13 lead in the fourth quarter before cruising to a 45-35 victory over Centennial last Thursday to improve to 5-1.
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Pendulum shifts to a buyer’s market The summer of 2012 drew to a close in September with home sale activity well below historical averages in the Greater Vancouver housing market. Residential property sales of detached, attached and apartment properties reached 1,516 in September, a 32.5 per cent decline compared to the 2,246 sales in September 2011 and an 8.1 per cent decline compared to the 1,649 sales
in August 2012, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver. September sales were 41.6 per cent below the 10-year September sales average of 2,597. “There’s been a clear reduction in buyer demand in the three months since the federal government eliminated the availability of a 30-year amortization on government-insured mortgages,” Eugen Klein, REBGV president said.
“This makes homes less affordable for the people of the region.” New listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Greater Vancouver totalled 5,321 in September. This represents a 6.3 per cent decline compared to September 2011 when 5,680 properties were listed for sale on the MLS and a 31.6 per cent increase compared to the 4,044 new listings in August 2012.
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30.4 per cent compared to the 971 sales in September 2010. The benchmark price of an apartment property decreased 0.7 per cent from September 2011 to $368,600. Attached property sales in September 2012 totalled 246, a 33 per cent decrease compared to the 367 sales in September 2011, and a 35.8 per cent decrease from the 383 attached properties sold in September 2010. The benchmark price of an attached unit decreased 2.7 per cent between September 2011 and 2012 to $458,600.
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Living a green life at Bloom Parkside living is blooming at Springbank Development Corp.’s Bloom, right on the border of Burnaby and West Coquitlam. The 79 apartments and townhomes are spacious and family-friendly, with durable laminate flooring throughout the main living areas and oversized windows that flood the homes with natural light. Stainless-steel appliances and quartz countertops in the kitchen are chic and modern. But it’s the location that is the most amazing feature of the homes. Right across Burquitlam Park from shopping, dining and a future stop on the SkyTrain Evergreen Line, homeowners
won’t need to go far to find what they need. Education and recreation is just minutes away on Burnaby Mountain at Simon Fraser University. “A walk to the store is a walk in the park. Literally,” says Director of Sales Vanessa Miller. Outdoor space is plentiful at Bloom, with its large outdoor patios and balconies perfect for entertaining or even some gardening. “Every home at Bloom has its own private garden entrance so you literally walk out your front door,” says Miller. Homes start at $263,800. For more information, visit www.liveatbloom. com or call 604-939-8808.
Restaurants and shopping at Brentwood Town Centre are right across the street, as well as Burnaby’s first Whole Foods market. Parks, recreation and schools are also all in the vicinity. The Brentwood Millennium Line Station is nearby as well, so downtown Vancouver is just minutes away. Your home at Vantage includes a concierge service for residents, a large lounge for you to host parties and other
gatherings with a kitchen, bar, billiards table and ample seating, You also can’t forget a fitness studio with a steam room and sauna. Owners are also able to take advantage of a residents-only exterior terrace with a fire pit, children’s play area and gorgeous landscaping. Embassy is helmed by Ryan Bosa, who grew up in the area and also has his offices in Brentwood. “Being along the Millennium SkyTrain Line, we knew there would be demand for product in this area,” he says. “It’s very central to the Lower Mainland, has highway access and is 20 minutes from downtown.” Homes at Vantage start at $463,900. The premium collection homes start at $599,900. For more information, visit www.vantagebyembassy or call 604294-3339.
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Embassy Developments is bringing modern style to Burnaby with Vantage, which promises to be an elegant addition to the city skyline. Embassy is well-known for its approach to customer service and amazing homes, so it’s easy to see why the homes at Vantage are proving so popular. “Vantage was really designed with homeowners in mind,” says sales and marketing manager Lisa Murrell. “These homes are well thought-out and appeal to a wide range of people.” With 181 condo units and four townhouses, Vantage truly does have something for everyone. The high-rise building features a variety of floorplans to suit every taste, and for the first time, Embassy is offering its premium collection homes for sale, which are located on floor 23 and higher. Featuring different floorplans than those on the lower floors, these homes give you some amazing views as well as all the superior interior finishings that come standard at Vantage. The penthouse suites on the 33rd floor also include all the gorgeous features of the other homes, but also showcase ten-foot ceilings, gas fireplaces that are perfect for curling up next to with a book, and a huge outdoor space with a built-in barbecue, fireplace and food prep area. You’ll feel just as luxurious in the other Vantage units, with their nine-foot ceilings, huge windows to allow the light to pour in and chic
laminate wood flooring in the main living areas. The large balconies are perfect for entertaining, while the open floorplans are inviting and spacious. Buyers are able to choose between two colour schemes at Vantage, the Classic and the Contemporary, so it is easy to customize your home to suit your preferences. The kitchens are beautiful, with stainless-steel appliances and a fullheight stone backplash. The Classic scheme includes granite countertops and horizontal wood grain cabinets in Wenge veneer, while the Contemporary scheme features polished quartzite countertops and Rift white oak veneer lower cabinets and white lacquered uppers. If you’re in need of some relaxation, the bathrooms will be perfect. The deep soaker tubs are luxurious, so you’ll have no trouble whiling away your time with a glass of wine while you soak the stress away. Chrome hardware and frameless clear tempered glass shower doors are modern and chic, while the porcelain tile flooring and ensuite shower surround makes for a spa-like feel. Located in the thriving Brentwood neighbourhood, Vantage is the perfect place for buyers who want to find everything they could possibly need right on their doorstep.
Vantage was really designed with homeowners in mind,” says sales and marketing manager Lisa Murrell.
The kitchens at Vantage, above, include stainless-steel appliances and plenty of counter and cabinet space, while the bedrooms, top, are an oasis of calm. Buyers will be able to take possession of their new home in the spring of 2013.
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NOONS CREEK Housing Co-op Orientation Meeting, Sat. Oct 20th at 1pm in the common room located at #58-675 Noons Creek Dr. Port Moody. We are accepting applications for 2 - 3 bdrms. Subsidy wait list avail. Share purchase from $1400-$1800. $15 Non-refundable application fee required. Applications available at orientation Please call 604-469-9763
NEW WEST 621 Colburne; asap or or Oct 1, quiet & clean 1 bdrm, 1 blk to Queens Park & Canada Games pool. No pets, $725. 604-454-4540
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SOUTH BURNABY 2 bdrm. share w/d, N/S N/P. $1000 mo. + 40% utils. 604-539-1959, 604-612-1960
748 SHARED ACCOMMODATION NEW WESTMINSTER
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FREE TOWING 7 days/wk. We pay Up To $500 CA$H Rick Goodchild 604.551.9022 The Scrapper
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847 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES
1995 SUBURBAN 2WD, 7 pass. 2500 Stunning, toy hauler, 454 V8 power $4900 Jim 604-839-4535 D6706
1999 Chev Blazer 4wd, just 168K sparkly clean, nicely equipped, $3500 Jim 604-839-4535 DLR6706
2001 Expedition Ed Bauer 4 Wd. Leather, loaded, local, Very nice $4900 Jim 604-839-4535 D6705
NEW WESTMINSTER STATION
PRESENTATION CENTRE: 668 Columbia St. New Westminster Open Daily 12-5pm, Closed Fridays or by Appointment
*Based on Trapp + Holbrook mortgage payment subsidy program. See a sales representative for full details. Developer reserves the right to make modifications to the information contained herein without prior notice. Building rendering & photography are approximate only.
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OWN FROM $629 PER MONTH! *
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CONSTRUCTION STARTING SOON!
A32 NewsLeader Friday, October 12, 2012