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Compost plant meeting date set By DAN FERGUSON Aldergrove Star
A three-hour public information meeting will be held on a proposed composting facility east of Fort Langley. The company that wants to build the plant, Glenval Organics Ltd., has booked the event for Wednesday, Jan. 16 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Thompson Room at the Fort Langley Golf Course at 9782 McKinnon Cres. The meeting is not a formal public hearing, only an information session, according to Ray Robb, the Metro air quality district director who has the authority to issue an air quality permit for the plant. The Glenval Organics Ltd. application to locate the plant on a 12.32 hectare property 25330 88 Ave. has drawn complaints from area residents and at least one member of Langley Township council, who say there hasn’t been enough public consultation. Langley Township Councillor Charlie Fox said the proposal will make Langley the “dumping site” for all the green waste from all the other municipalities in Metro Vancouver. Fox said the whole area is a flood plain and sensitive peat bog. Fox was not satisfied with the operator’s promise to restrict the type of waste to limit odours, saying that could change down the road. Glenval promises the facility will not smell bad because it will only use yard waste but nearby residents like Katherine Kinman, who is renovating a nearby farm house, are not reassured. She is concerned the plant will drive down property values and says she and her neighbours are “outraged” and intend to fight the planned development. Glenval Organics spokesperson Scott Temreck describes the site as a “former fill and gravel pit” that is properly zoned for composting. Temreck said the company intends to become the first yard waste compost facility in the Metro Vancouver region to receive an air quality permit and promised the plant will “meet or exceed all environmental regulations that apply to the composting industry.” He predicted traffic will be “minimally increased” along 88 Avenue, adding a maximum of 16 trucks a day to the 2,500 to 5,000 vehicles that travel the route every day.
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Kurt Pregler, left, of the WCAGFC Thunder chases the ball as Jeff Lively of Aldergrove United falls to the ground during a Masters division 1 game at Hammond Stadium on Sunday afternoon. See sports, page 13.
More bus links to Valley By KURT LANGMANN Aldergrove Star
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The Aldergrove Connector #21 provides a commuter link between Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley at the 272 Street stop in Aldergrove.
Central Fraser Valley Transit’s popular Aldergrove Connector #21 has expanded service to include Sundays, effective Jan. 6. There are now six return trips between Aldergrove and
Abbotsford on Sundays as well as on Saturdays, along with an expansion to 11 return trips daily, Mondays through Fridays. In addition there is no longer a “top-up” fee or two zones for travel to the Langley side of Aldergrove, where passengers
can connect to the TransLink bus system to Langley city and Metro Vancouver. However, passengers must pay fares and cannot use transfers if continuing to travel on either system, as the two systems are separately operated.
For further information on the Central Fraser Valley Transit system see their website www.bctransit.com or call 604-854-3232. For further information on TransLink’s system see their website www.translink.ca or call 604953-3333.
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In response to nine vehiclerelated fatalities in the community last year, the Abbotsford Police Department has launched a roadsafety campaign. The campaign began Monday with the release of a poster titled “What shape are you in while driving?” The poster depicts the “circle of awareness,” where safe driving occurs, and the “square of oblivi-
on,” where it does not. “Exercise your road sense. Stay alert. Slow down. Think safe,” the poster states. Const. Ian MacDonald points out that the circle relates to things going on outside a vehicle – such as stop signs and school zones – while the square references activities that people do while driving, such as eating and applying makeup. He said the idea is to remind drivers that “there’s a world going
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Three recipients applaud gun-toting-Santa card By VIKKI HOPES Aldergrove Star
Three recipients of the Christmas cards sent to gangsters by the Abbotsford Police Department have responded to say the initiative was a good idea. Const. Ian MacDonald said the APD did not receive any negative comments from the 70 recipients. “Operation Resolution” involved cards being sent to prolific offenders, property offenders and people known for drug and gang activity in Abbotsford. The front of the card featured Police Chief Bob Rich dressed in a Santa costume, decked out in tactical gear and carrying an assault rifle. The inside encouraged the recipient to “choose a new and better life” in 2013. A phone number was provided that would lead callers to a recorded greeting, encouraging them to leave their contact information so that someone from the APD could follow up with them. MacDonald said the three respondents included one man who sent a
card back to the department with this message: “Thank you for the card. Best wishes to all of you and have a happy new year.” Another person had a phone conversation to say he had a criminal and drug past and wanted to thank the APD for sending out the card. The third response was an email from a wife of one of the card recipients. She said she and her husband applauded the department for its innovative idea, and her husband wished that he had someone in his life years ago who would have encouraged him to make better choices. MacDonald said the response from the public was also mainly favorable, with about 85 per cent voicing positive comments. The two main criticisms were the depiction of Santa toting a gun and the cost to taxpayers. MacDonald said the department knew the image might grab some attention, which was the whole idea. “The image was always intended for adult respondents. We weren’t doing the cover of a children’s book.” He said the total cost was $325.
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The standard bred horse races at Cloverdale will get a major boost this year, as the B.C. government has announced an increase in the take from slot machines to the racing horse industry. The funding increase, announced Dec. 20, will be effective through the 2013 racing season will up the current 15.5 per cent to a full 25 per cent. The total funding amount is estimated to be $10 million and will go to ensuring that purse amounts are commensurate with industry standards and provide support for the continued success of the industry.
Accused man in Langley murder appears in court By DAN FERGUSON Aldergrove Star
A man found dead in a Langley Township house on Monday morning and the man charged with his murder were friends, a police spokesperson said Wednesday. The victim has been identified as 40-year-old Cloverdale resident Cole Adam Manning. The suspect, 24-year-old Jason Terrence Brewer, has been charged with second degree murder. He is said to be known to police. The accused made a brief appearance before a Surrey Provincial Court judge Wednesday afternoon and was ordered held in custody until Jan. 16. Brewer, an athletic-looking, cleanshaven man with short dark hair, was wearing a white long-sleeved dress shirt rather than the usual red prison garb when he was brought into court by a Sheriffs’ officer. He appeared to smile and wave in the direction of a young woman sit-
ting by herself in the public seating area of the courtroom near the back. The woman, who appeared upset and agitated, walked out of the chamber immediately once Brewer was escorted back into custody, roughly five minutes after he entered. A small group of people sitting together also left the courtroom after Brewer was ordered held in custody. One of them, a woman, appeared to be in tears. “The victim and suspect are believed to be friends,” said Sgt. Jennifer Pound, speaking for the regional Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT). The motive for the murder is still under investigation, Pound added, but police have ruled out gang involvement. Langley RCMP were called about a body in a basement of a house in the 19800 block of 69 Avenue around 7:30 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 31. Police said a suspect was quickly
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RCMP investigators blocked off a section of 264 Street on New Year’s Eve after a murder suspect was forced off the road by police. identified and an alert was issued. A man was arrested on 264 Street near 48 Avenue in Aldergrove less than two hours later by police from Abbotsford and RCMP from Langley.
There was what IHIT Insp. Amrik Virk called a “short” pursuit that ended with police vehicles forcing the suspect’s vehicle off the road. At least one cruiser, an RCMP vehicle, was damaged, Virk said.
Virk said police would like to thank members of the general public who offered to use their personal airplanes to assist with locating the suspect. “We called the Langley airport and we asked for any aircraft or helicopters that were in the air that could assist us,” Virk told reporters. “We had a number of calls from owners of private aircraft ready to take off and ready to assist us and we had a helicopter that was doing some surveying work very close to the area that assisted, that did spot the incident unfolding.” “(We had) people waiting actually at the airport with their own fuel, their own aircraft saying ‘we’re ready to take off, what do you want us to do?’” The house where the body was discovered is located in a newer neighbourhood of recently-built homes. At least one neighbour said it was a shared house.
Blueberry cannon issue goes to Langley public meeting By DAN FERGUSON Aldergrove Star
A Langley Township task force has been meeting with different groups involved in the debate over blueberry cannons to prepare for a January public meeting on the issue. The propane-fired cannons are used by blueberry farmers to scare off birds that might otherwise munch their crops. The cannons can be fired from 7 a.m. to noon, and from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. during the summer. The noise has drawn complains from homeowners who say the loud bangs are annoying and from horse owners who say the sound spooks their animals.
A town-hall style meeting has the words used by the councillor who been set for Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7 proposed the ban, Kim Richter. p.m. in the main council chambers on While the municipality does not the fourth floor of Langley have the power to directTownship city hall. ly regulate the cannons A second “overflow” under existing right-today has been booked for farm regulations, Richter Jan. 24 in case more than said it could lobby the one day is needed to get Provincial Ministry of through the speakers’ list. Agriculture to impose a The Propane Cannon ban. Task Force was created On Sept. 10, counin September after council sent the matter to the cil put off a decision on municipal Agricultural changes to Township noise Megan Dykeman Advisory Committee to bylaws and the creation of a farming investigate and report back. bylaw to forbid the cannons as “excesThe committee established the sive, intrusive, and inhumane” to use task force during its Sept. 19 meeting
and assigned it to meet with the berry farmers who use the propane cannons and the people who complain about them, as well as government agencies and experts. A written record of the Agricultural Committee meeting shows the task force was assigned to “explore ways to address the use of propane cannons in the Township” by researching the current situation, then make recommendations. “It’s challenging,” task force chairperson Megan Dykeman said. Dykeman told Black Press the task force has heard from a number of individuals and last month met with a representative from Horse Council
British Columbia. The B.C. Sport Horse and Sport Pony Breeders Group also filed a written statement, she said. “We’ve received a lot of submissions from the horse community about the noise,” Dykeman said. On Jan. 11, the task force will meet with a representative of the British Columbia Blueberry Council, which represents over 800 growers. It also plans to hear from an expert on starlings, the berry-munching birds the cannons are aimed at. Anyone interested in speaking at the town hall meeting on Jan. 17 should call 604-533-6154 to register in advance.
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You may have noticed them grazing inside Opus Framing and Art Supplies or standing near the cash registers at Shoppers Drug Mart in Brookswood. Now the life-sized horse statues are galloping into Willowbrook Mall. From Jan. 14 to Feb. 3 the Langley Arts Council’s Horsing Around Langley Exhibit will be set up along the “Horseshoe Trail” at Willowbrook Shopping Centre. The exhibit features eight life-sized horse sculptures that have been transformed from plain white structures into colourful works of art. It is all part of a yearlong public art initiative to raise awareness and funds for the arts in Langley. “What’s neat about all of them is that every single one of them is unique,” said LAC president Rosemary Wallace, who co-painted a colt with Lalita Hamill for the project. “When we first got them they were just white horses, but now that they’re painted, they are
Colour Me Beautiful, by artist Louise Swan, is among the pieces that will be on display at Willowbrook Shopping Centre until Feb. 3, as part of the Horsing Around Langley exhibit. The Otter Coop has provided $5,000 toward the sculpture, but the Langley Arts Council is still seeking another $5,000 in sponsorship funding. pretty cool,” said Wallace. By blending the agricultural, arts and cultural communities of Langley, the project is meant to reflect Langley’s heritage and its role as the Horse Capital of B.C. Each horse requires a sponsorship of $10,000 to complete, and the Langley Arts Council is
still seeking sponsors, Wallace added. A few of the horses have only been partly funded so far. “For the other artists it was a challenge for them because it wasn’t painting on a canvas, so the curves of the horse had to lend itself to the painting,” Wallace said. “I think they were frustrated
at the beginning, but they were excited with the end result.” While the exhibit is at Willowbrook, there are also several equine activities shoppers can participate in. As part of the Horsing Around contest, shoppers can enter to win a $1,000 Horsing Around Langley activity package which includes horse riding lessons, dining, entertainment and shopping. On Jan. 19, the mall is hosting a Horsing Around Kid’s Party from 1 to 4 p.m. for kids ages 3 to 13. It is a free party with horse games, crafts, activities and entertainment. Attendance is limited, so advanced registration is recommended by calling 604-530-4492 or visiting Willowbrook’s Customer Service. Then on Jan. 26 and Feb. 2 from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. the public is invited to meet the Horsing Around Langley artists: Marilyn Dryer Siedel, Vivian Harder, Felicity Holmes, Glenda Mantle, Jeanie Shilton, Louise Swan, Becky Wallace, and Rosemary Wallace. For more information, visit www.langleyarts.org
Appeal dismissed on drug conviction Aldergrove Star
An appeal has been dismissed for an Abbotsford man who was convicted last year of trying to smuggle 50 kg of cocaine from the U.S. into Canada. Ajitpal Singh Sekhon, 36, was convicted of possession for the purpose of trafficking and importing a controlled substance, and was sen-
tenced to a 10-year jail term. In a ruling on Dec. 19, a B.C. Court of Appeal panel denied him another trial. Sekhon was the lone driver of a pickup truck that arrived at the Aldergrove border crossing on Jan. 25, 2005. A customs officer noted that Sekhon appeared tense and nervous, and a search of his vehicle
was conducted. Fifty bricks of cocaine were found in a hidden compartment of the truck, but Sekhon denied having any knowledge of the drugs. Sekhon was acquitted following his first trial in 2007, but the Crown appealed the ruling, and a new trial was ordered. Sekhon was then convicted in November 2011.
Police looking for wanted man in home B&E Aldergrove Star
Langley RCMP have put out an arrest warrant for 18-year-old Charles Ball, wanted in connection to a July home break-in. It is alleged Ball broke into a home in the 20700-block of Douglas Crescent on July 20, taking an iPad2, a Dewalt
palm sander and a women’s mountain bike. Langley RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Holly Marks said Ball was identified as a possible suspect after a thorough investigation. Attempts to locate Ball have not been successful and police are now seeking the
assistance of the public. He is Caucasian, 5’11”, weighs 160 lbs., with short brown hair and brown eyes. If you have information call Langley RCMP. Should you need to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222TIPS.
spitting on the driver or throwing coffee at them because it might land them in jail.” On Feb. 18, Fayant got on a bus near 76 Avenue and King George Blvd. and told the driver he didn’t have enough for the fare. The bus was full. Not long afterwards, the onboard bus security video recorded Fayant lunging at the driver and grabbing him around the throat. The driver suffered a small nick to his neck, likely from a fingernail. Fayant fled the scene. He later told a psychiatrist that he tried to choke the driver because he didn’t like the way the man was driving the bus. On Feb. 21, Fayant stabbed a 41-year-old man in the back after both men got off a Coast Mountain bus near Aldergrove Centre Mall. The injured man suffered a lacerated kidney and was unable to work for three months. Fayant told the psychiatrist he believed two men sitting near him on the bus were laughing at him and were somehow connected to an 2010 incident where he was abducted and beaten over a drug debt. In fact the victim had just moved to B.C. from Ontario and was talking with his brother. Neither knew Fayant. The psychiatric assessment rated Fayant as a high to high-tomoderate risk for violent behavior.
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Home-grown philanthropist Dave Holmberg made a $100,000 gift to the BC Cancer Foundation in support of cutting-edge radiation therapy equipment at the BC Cancer Agency Abbotsford Centre. Cancer has deeply impacted the Holmberg family. A year-and-a-half after losing his eldest son, David Jr., to brain cancer, Holmberg received a diagnosis of multiple myeloma—a cancer of the plasma cells. After 27 rounds of radiation therapy from BC Cancer Agency specialists, whom Holmberg describes as highly skilled and compassionate, he has now completed his treatment. Having been a community leader in the agricultural equipment business for 45 years, Holmberg said, “I know how important it is
to have the best equipment,” which motivated him to make a gift that will advance life-saving radiation therapy in Abbotsford. He also recognizes the worldleading advancements in cancer knowledge and care happening in B.C. and believes in the value of research. A clinical trial gave David Jr. 17 months of added time with his family until he passed away at age 48. “I have no doubt that the clinical trial treatments gave David extra time,” said Holmberg, adding, “Anything we can do as a public to help move research forward is truly important.” Over 1,000 patients are treated with radiation therapy at the Abbotsford Centre each year. “Radiation therapy is a critical component in cancer care, which is ever-advancing,” said Dr. Nisar
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In front of a large contingent of bus drivers along with his parents, Steven Fayant was sentenced to 22 months in jail and three years probation in a Surrey courtroom on Tuesday. He was given the jail sentence for stabbing an innocent man who was getting off a transit bus in Aldergrove last February. Fayant was also sentenced to time served plus a day in jail for choking a bus driver a few days earlier in Surrey. He was given three years probation and numerous strict conditions after his release, including a ban on riding public transit. Last year, the 20-year-old crack cocaine addict pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and assault. The Crown was asking for three years in jail and his defense lawyer asked for 14 months. Judge Paul Dohm sentenced Fayant to 33 months but brought it down to 22 months for time served. “This sends a message to the accused that random attacks on unsuspecting individuals will not be tolerated,” said Dohm. The gaunt looking Fayant said nothing in the court where the bus driver he choked was present. Upon Fayant’s release from jail he isn’t to have any contact with his victims and is not allowed to be in
Langley City or in Aldergrove. The judge said that if Fayant refuses to take prescribed medication he will be forced to report to his probation officer daily. In his judgement, Dohm told of Fayant, who grew up in a dysfunctional family setting but became “unmanageable” by age 13. His dad kicked him out by 13 when he was already using drugs and alcohol. He went from foster care homes to couch surfing and living on the streets. He quit school before 16 and has no vocational skills. The psychologist who assessed him said he has little interest in getting therapy and it’s unlikely he would benefit from counselling. He has been to five recovery houses and kicked out for not living by house rules. The bus driver Fayant choked suffered emotionally and feared going back to work. Outside the courtroom, Coast Mountain bus driver union representative Gavin Davies said the sentence was a “step in the right direction.” “It’s good the courts are taking these cases seriously,” said Davies. Davies said bus drivers don’t want to put up shields to protect them. “The best way to deal with this is stiffer penalties,” Davies said. “So the next time a rider is upset a bus is late, they will think twice about
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VICTORIA – The centuryold plight of Canada’s aboriginal people is back in the public eye, thanks to protests dubbed Idle No More. As with Occupy protests last year, the demands are vague. One of the claims, repeated in media coverage of protests, is that the federal government is moving to end the historic Indian Act restriction against selling reserve land. A look at the federal legislation, Bill C-45, shows this is not the case. Amendments ease restrictive provisions for leasing reserve land, which remains property of the Crown held in perpetuity for the aboriginal community. This change was initiated by B.C. aboriginal leaders so they can follow the trail blazed by one of the most entrepreneurial chiefs in Canadian history. His name is Ron Derrickson, and he served six terms as chief of the Westbank First Nation near Kelowna. One of my first big reporting assignments was covering a Royal Commission into his administration’s business affairs in the mid-1980s. There had been an astonishing 17 federal investigations before that, stemming from local claims that Derrickson was just too successful. He drove a big black Mercedes, wore expensive
A real hero for aboriginal people
suits, and established a bunch of enterprises, including Canada’s first water slide. The commission was chaired by John Hall, then known as the Crown prosecutor who put serial killer Clifford Olson away, and now an appeal court judge. Derrickson’s suit jacket had a conspicuous bulge as he took the stand each day. He was packing a semi-automatic pistol, having demanded and received a carry permit after a brutal attempt on his life. The hit man, an ex-cop, was hired by people who didn’t like the bottom-line way Derrickson ran Westbank’s lease-hold mobile home parks. He showed up at Derrickson’s home one day and tried to beat him to death with a metal bar. Badly injured, Derrickson made it to his gun cabinet and shot his assailant, who survived to go to prison. Derrickson testified that his approach to the Indian Affairs bureaucracy was simple. He did business, and if they didn’t like it, they could tell him. Reserve land can’t be sold, so he leased it, offering people a low-cost way to enjoy the sunny Okanagan. His business plan was also simple. Drive to California and see what they’re doing. Drive back and do it in B.C. A 2007 profile of Derrickson by Greg Fjetland in Canadian Business magazine describes how he came
by his approach to Ottawa. He grew up “dirt poor, living in a tar paper shack.” His family name was Tousawasket, until the local Indian Agent drew an Anglo name out of a hat. He and his brother were the first aboriginal kids to attend public school in Kelowna. Racist bullying drove his parents to move him to a residential school in Washington State. He dropped out in Grade 9, toiled on farms, learned to weld, and worked his way into ranching, real estate and politics. He never gave up or backed down, ever. The Hall commission and all previous government probes concluded that he did nothing wrong. Derrickson sued his local accusers and won, and Ottawa began to change its racist, paternalistic ways. Which brings us back to today. Derrickson’s pioneering work is still changing the Indian Act for the better. This effort is under dishonest attack from people whose legacy is mainly incompetence and failure. Protesters demand more unearned public subsidy, and a petulant soup-only strike is celebrated as an act of bravery. Choose your own hero. I’ve chosen mine. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor: Re: Glenval Organics Composting Facility Notice for Glen Valley in Langley, B.C. I am writing as a five term elected member of Langley Township Council and a 27 year resident of Langley Township to express my deep concern about the proposed Glenval Organics Composting Facility, and the Metro Vancouver application process used for relevant permits pertaining to this proposed composting facility. In my opinion, there has been a completely inadequate information and communication process around this proposed facility. No information or formal notification has been given to Langley Township Council by either the proponent or by Metro Vancouver, nor has any council decision been taken on it. No public meeting or public open house has been held on the proposed facility by either the proponent or Metro Vancouver. The public has not been sufficiently informed about this proposed facility nor has there been a robust and complete public information package, including an environmental impact assessment study made available to all interested and concerned members of the community. The facility is proposed to be located in Glen Valley next to an environmentally sensitive piece of old growth land that Langley Township Council just recently decided not to sell due to environmental and historical First Nations value, and at the request of many area residents. There are other areas in the Township which I think are far better suited to such a composting facility, particularly the current Metro Vancouver Waste Transfer station on 272 Street in south Aldergrove. Was this option even considered? I do not support this application for a variety of reasons, including the lack of environmental impact/assessment studies, the lack of Council and full public consultation, and the lack of complete and transparent public information on the proposed facility. Councillor Kim Richter, Langley
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Editor: I am appalled at the idea that Abbotsford is proposing to fund the proposed YMCA. The deal is horrible. Have we learned nothing from the deal with the Abbotsford Heat? The taxpayers will be paying half the up front costs, but receiving no income for 40 years. We already have several private fitness centres (Apollo, Valley Racquet club, and the fitness centre on Gladwin Road etc.) plus the MAC and the fitness centre at Old Yale, which we already fund. We fund walking trails. It seems strange to me that the city could not find $1 million to repair the swimming pool in Matsqui village, but can find $17.5 million plus half the development costs for a yuppie fitness centre. I agree that the YMCA is a worthy organisation, but I totally disagree that the city should borrow money to support what is essentially a commercial venture. We would have no security, and no return on the money for 40 years, so as well as the money up front we will be paying the interest on the money borrowed. It seems that the city has difficulty sorting out our wants as opposed to our needs. The YMCA is definitely a want, that we cannot afford. Yvonne Holden, Abbotsford
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Sultan shares ‘life’ with seniors By DAN FERGUSON Aldergrove Star
At 79, Ralph Sultan is still living in the North Shore home he used to share with his late wife Shirley, who passed away suddenly in 1999. A woman comes in once a month to help with the cleaning, but Sultan says he knows there will come a time when he will have to downsize and leave more than 40 years of memories behind. “At some time I’ve got to face up to leaving,” Sultan, the recently-appointed Minister of State for Seniors, told an audience of about 30 people at the Langley Seniors Centre last month. The former Harvard professor, father of four and grandfather of four, was making a point about his own understanding of seniors’ issues. He went on to describe how his increasingly frail sister Doris recently had to be transferred from her four-bedroom home with its sunken living room to a less physically challenging special care facility. And he joked about his own occasional absent-mindedness as he nears his 80th birthday.
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Minister of State for seniors Ralph Sultan, 79, speaks at the Langley Seniors Centre. “I couldn’t find my keys the other day,” Sultan said. “How did that happen?” Sultan, the Liberal MLA for West Vancouver-Capilano, appeared at the centre with Langley MLA Mary Polak, the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, to speak about Liberal government initiatives designed to help improve
the lives of seniors in British Columbia. He talked about the “better at home” policy that provides athome support for seniors. “The government strategy is to keep them at home as long as possible,” Sultan said. While some seniors like himself are able to consider downsizing to something like a town-
house at some point, that option isn’t available to all, Sultan noted. “Housing of that sort is in very short supply and often very expensive,” Sultan said. He defended the Liberal record on seniors’ issues, saying the government has created six times as many beds for seniors who require institutional care than the previous government. The minister of state referred to plans to create a B.C. seniors’ advocate without giving many details other than saying the office would be created early in the new years. And he promised he would function as an advocate himself. “I intend to do my best to push these issues forward,” Sultan said. Since his September 5 appointment to cabinet, Sultan has been talking about seniors issues at public appearances throughout the province. Earlier this month, Sultan and Kootenay East MLA Bill Bennett visited seniors’ facilities in the Elk Valley, attending the Fernie Seniors’ Centre, Sparwood’s Lilac Terrace and Elkford Community Centre. — with files from Black Press
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CALENDAR Knitting Circle - at Aldergrove Library. Feeling at loose ends? Why not gather up your materials and join other adult knitters who are open to learning and sharing ideas. Bring your current needlecraft project with you. Aldergrove Library is located at 26770 - 29 Ave., Aldergrove, call for info: 604-856-6415. Jim Byrnes - with special guest Babe Gurr on Friday, Feb. 1, 8 p.m. in the Cascades Casino Summit Theatre, 20393 Fraser Highway, Langley (604-5302211). Tickets $37.50 (plus facility fee and service charge) available from Casino Guest Services. Charge by phone 604530-2211 or online at www.ticketweb.ca Memory and Aging - Council of Senior Citizens Organizations of B.C. (COSCO) presentation on Friday, Jan. 18, 2 p.m. at the Murrayville Library. Find out how memory functions and how it changes as we age. Learn tips for maintaining and improving your memory, and how to know when to seek professional help. Phone the library to reserve a seat for this free program: 604533-0339.
Live Rust - tribute to Neil Young, Friday, Jan. 25 at Cascades Casino Summit Theatre, Langley. Tickets $25 (plus facility fee and service charges) from Casino Guest Services. Charge by phone 604-530-2211 or online at www.ticketweb.ca
Valley Concert Society - presents Cecilia String Quartet at the Matsqui Centennial Auditorium on Friday, Jan. 11. Tickets are still available for only $25. Phone Mabel Paetkau at 604-859-5192 to reserve tickets. Housing Workshop - on the property tax assessment Process, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 1:302:30 p.m. at Langley Seniors Resource and Recreation Centre, 20605 - 51B Ave. Pre-register by calling 604-530-3020. Drop-ins welcome. Open to the public, free of charge. Icelandic Evening - Scandinavian Club of the Fraser Valley meet at 6 p.m., Monday, Jan. 14, at Masonic Hall, 33860 Pine St., Abbotsford. Potluck dinner with an Icelandic theme. Guests and potential new members are welcome. Info: Len 604-857-2740 or Eigil 604-870-8601. Family Storytimes - Children ages 2-6 and their caregivers are invited to join library staff for a half- hour program of stories, songs, puppets and rhymes. At Murrayville Library, Wednesdays, Jan. 16 – Feb. 13, 10:30 - 11 a.m. or at Brookswood Library, Wednesdays, Jan. 23 – Feb. 27, 10:30 - 11 a.m. Babytime - Bring your baby (023 months) to the library for fingerplays, songs and rhymes. Learn about great library resources for new parents. At Walnut Grove Library, Wednesdays, Jan. 9 – Jan. 30, 9:30 – 10 a.m. or at Aldergrove Library, Wednesday,
Jan. 16, 10:30 - 11 a.m. Pajama Storytime - an evening program of stories, rhymes and songs for children age two and up and their caregivers. Children are welcome to come in pajamas and bring a soft toy on Monday, Jan. 14 at Aldergrove Library, 6:30-7 p.m. Travel Smart for Seniors - Saturday, Jan. 12, 2-3:30 p.m. at City of Langley Library. Join a representative from TransLink to learn about transit safety and the accessibility features of buses, as well as riders’ rights. Call 604-514-2855 or visit at 20399 Douglas Crescent in Langley to let the library know you are coming to this program. Conversation Circles - Fort Langley Library, Tuesday, Jan. 15 – Feb. 12, 1:15-2:15 p.m. Practice your English in a fun and friendly environment. You will improve your conversation skills and make new friends at the same time. Refreshments are provided. Registration is appreciated. Stone Soup and Other Winter Tales - Fort Langley Library, Wednesdays, Jan. 9 and 16, 1:30-2 p.m. Come for a halfhour of stories to warm you of the winter chills. Suitable for children
ages 2 to 6 years. Registration appreciated. Vive les Voyageurs Winter Festival - Jan. 26-27, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada, 23433 Mavis Ave. Experience the rich French-Canadian culture that made Fort Langley so vibrant. Taste French-Canadian food, try finger-weaving, sing a voyageur song, and participate in other cultural activities. Regular admission applies; free for annual pass holders. Info: 604-513-4777, website: www.parkscanada. gc.ca/fortlangley Annie Lou - original string band music with her CD release tour to the Harrison Memorial Hall, Saturday, Jan. 26, 8 p.m. Tickets are $22 and can be purchased by phone at 604-796-3664, online at www.harrisonfestival.com Aldergrove Toastmasters meets every Monday, 7 p.m. at Aldergrove Community Secondary School in room 125. Boost your self confidence; become a better speaker and have fun. Info: Murray Burgum at 604856-5483 or email mgbergum@ gmail.com Mom’s Morning Out - at Aldergrove Alliance Church on Tuesday mornings from 9 to 11 a.m. We will be discussing your concerns and challenges, making crafts, and learning new do-it-yourself skills. Coffee, refreshments, and free childcare for your nurseryand preschool-aged children. Info: aldergrovealliance.org or call 604-856-3447. Aldergrove ESL Classes - Free English as Second Language classes every Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Dunstans Anglican Church, 3025 - 264 Street, Aldergrove. All are welcome. Classics Book Club - Join the lively discussion at this new book club and get acquainted with the great books of world literature. Meets on the first Wednesday of
every month, 7 p.m. at Murrayville Library. Coffee provided. Fort Langley Library Knitting Circle - Wednesdays, 1-4 p.m. Drop-in. Bring your knitting to the library and enjoy the companionship of working with others on your project. Beginners welcome. Info: www.fvrl.bc.ca Fraser Health Crisis Line - recruiting volunteers to provide assistance to people who are experiencing emotional distress. No previous experience is needed as extensive training and ongoing support is provided. Visit website www.options.bc.ca and follow the link for the Crisis Line. TOPS – Take Off Pounds Sensibly, a non profit weight loss support group, meets Monday nights in Aldergrove. Info: Susan at 604856-1138. Langley Amateur Radio Association — meets first Thursday of month at 7 p.m. at Brookswood Firehall #5, 20355 32nd Ave., Langley. Coffee and sweets provided. Info, email: Don dondee@ shaw.ca
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Township Page For the week of January 10, 2013
Notice of Proposed Disposition of Township Lands Notice is hereby given of the intention of the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Langley, pursuant to Sections 26 and 94 of the Community Charter S.B.C. 2003, c. 26, to sell Township owned land, the particulars of which are as follows:
Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley V2Y 3J1 604.534.3211 | tol.ca
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Jan 11 vs. University of Alberta 6pm women’s 8pm men’s Sat Jan 12 vs. University of Saskatchewan 6pm women’s 8pm men’s
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The Langley Events Centre is located at 7888 - 200 Street For ticket information, contact Langley Events Centre 604.882.8800 • langleyeventscentre.com
public notice Online Schedule of 2013 Township of Langley Council Meetings According to the Community Charter under Section 127 (1) a Council must: (a) make available to the public a schedule of the date, time, and place of Regular Council meetings, and (b) give notice of the availability of the schedule in accordance with section 94 (public notice) at least once a year. Township of Langley Regular Evening Council meetings are held at 7pm at the Civic Facility, Fraser River Presentation Theatre, 4th Floor, 20338 - 65 Avenue, unless otherwise noted. For a complete schedule of 2013 Council meetings or to view Council meeting agendas, visit our web site at tol.ca. Susan Palmer Deputy Township Clerk Legislative Services Department 604.533.6032
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Lot 22 DL 306 Gp 2 NWD Plan 16771 Except Plan BCP48867 PID: 010-245-693 CIVIC ADDRESS: Lot 22 - 56 Avenue/213A Street PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This property is a 0.6 acre lot located in the south east corner of 21277 56 Avenue. The lot is being transferred to the owner of 21277 – 56 Avenue, Christian Life Assembly, under a land exchange agreement whereby the Township will receive land for road along 56 Avenue, a statutory right of way for a sanitary lift station, and park conservation lands. PURCHASER: Christian Life Assembly NATURE OF DISPOSITION: Fee Simple Scott Thompson, Manager, Property Management 604.533.6138
public meeting Town Hall Meeting: Propane Cannons In September 2012, Council’s Agricultural Advisory Committee created a Task Force to address the use of bird scare devices (propane cannons) in the Township of Langley. Stakeholder consultation is a key component of the work. The Propane Cannon Task Force will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting to collect comments from stakeholders in the community. Members of the public, particularly those who live and work in the Township of Langley, are encouraged to provide comments on the use of propane cannons. Date: Thursday, January 17 Time: 7 - 9 pm Location: Township of Langley Civic Facility Fraser River Presentation Theatre Address: 20338 – 65 Avenue A speakers list is being established to help manage the event. Speakers will present on a first come, first served basis. The speakers list is open for registration until the end of the entire Town Hall Meeting. Please call the phone number below to register. Each speaker will have a maximum of five minutes to provide comments and will have only one chance to present. PowerPoint presentations are permitted as long as they are provided at least four hours prior to the Town Hall Meeting. A comment sheet is available for those who prefer to provide written comments and those who wish to provide comments beyond the five-minute speaking limit. The Propane Cannon Task Force will not ask any questions or provide answers to speakers at the Town Hall Meeting. Any necessary followup would be done at a later date. A second meeting has been tentatively scheduled for January 24, 2013 to accommodate additional speakers, if necessary. Community Development Division 604.533.6154
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The Township of Langley is holding two open houses to present information gathered from the Brookswood/Fernridge Community Plan Public Consultation Workshops held in October. Property owners, business owners, and residents of the community are encouraged to attend one of the open houses (each will cover the same material) and provide input. They are being held in conjunction with open houses for the Anderson Creek Integrated Stormwater Management Plan. Date: Time: Place: Address:
Tuesday, January 15 3:30pm – 8:00pm Brookswood Secondary School (small gymnasium) 20902 – 37A Avenue
Date: Time: Place: Address:
Saturday, January 19 10:00am – 2:00pm Brookswood Secondary School (small gymnasium) 20902 – 37A Avenue
Information about the updating of the Brookswood/Fernridge Community Plan is available at tol.ca/brooks-fernplan. Community Development Division 604.533.6034 email@example.com
Anderson Creek Integrated Stormwater Management Plan The Township of Langley is developing an Integrated Stormwater Management Plan for the Anderson Creek watershed. It will guide municipal decision making in the watershed as it outlines how to integrate land use, stormwater runoff, and environmental values. The Township is holding two open houses to present information and receive input for the study. For a detailed map of the catchment area, please visit tol.ca/Anderson. Property owners, business owners, and residents of the community are encouraged to attend one of the open houses (each will cover the same material) and provide input. They are being held in conjunction with open houses for the Brookswood/Fernridge Community Plan. Date: Time: Place: Address:
Tuesday, January 15 3:30pm – 8:00pm Brookswood Secondary School (small gymnasium) 20902 – 37A Avenue
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Saturday, January 19 10:00am – 2:00pm Brookswood Secondary School (small gymnasium) 20902 – 37A Avenue
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Lifestyle change helps rediscover passion By GARY AHUJA Aldergrove Star
New Year’s is a time many people make resolutions in an effort to better their lives. But for Jeffrey HansenCarlson, it wasn’t a New Years resolution which turned his life around. Like most kids growing up, Hansen-Carlson loved riding his bike. The son of an RCMP officer, he says his mom used to have to call the local detachment because he would be gone all day long. Hansen-Carlson gained weight through his teenage years and his 20s. And then a few years back, not having ridden a bike in years, he decided to purchase one and went for a spin. Unfortunately, he did not find the experience as enjoyable as he remembered. “It was the worse experience of my life; it was so uncomfortable,” he described. “I was so out of shape. “I hated every pedal stroke. “I went on that one bike ride and then sold the bike.” “I knew I was a fat guy but I never really had the desire to change,” he added. He described the next six months as a dark time, and he turned to fast food to cope with his frustrations. “I just ate and ate and ate,” he said. “For six months, I lost control.
“I realized I had let myself go for way too many years. I didn’t know what to do. “As far as self esteem goes, this was an all-time low for me.” He resigned himself to be obese. A few months later (August 2008) on his wedding day, Hansen-Carlson struggled getting into his tuxedo. “I was embarrassed,” he admitted. But he realized something: the problem was not exercise, it was his diet. Hansen-Carlson spent the next 12 months trying to make the necessary changes in his life, but was unsuccessful. So one year later, HansenCarlson went to see a nutritionist. For the next 18 months, he ate only what he was supposed to. “I was entirely committed to learning the nuances of a perfect diet,” he explained. “I didn’t sway, I didn’t have a mint, I didn’t have anything that wasn’t explicitly allowed.” This change in diet allowed Hansen-Carlson to drop 120 pounds. The 30-year-old now weighs 180 pounds, a weight he hasn’t been at since he was in his late teens. And as part of his new lifestyle, Hansen-Carlson decided to get back on the bike.
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Jeffrey Hansen-Carlson and his wife Alison. Jeffrey weighed 295 pounds a few years ago but has since dropped close to 120 pounds. With the help of Bicycle Sports Pacific and its store manager Kevin Billingsley, HansenCarlson found a road bike and was introduced to a bike club and all the caveats of the sports. “Without Kevin’s excitement for the sport, I would not have rediscovered how important the simple pleasure of riding a bike was to me,” Hansen-Carlson said. Riding became a staple of Hansen-Carlson’s life. In 2011 alone, he rode more than 20,000 km. Not even being hit by a car on two separate occasions could slow him down.
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Kodiaks on hot streak with 9 wins By KURT LANGMANN Aldergrove Star
The Aldergrove Kodiaks took their ninth straight victory on Jan. 4 by defeating the top team in the Harold Brittain conference, in a 1-0 blanking of the Abbotsford Pilots. The game’s sole goal was scored by Kodiak Scott McHaffie at the
17:12 mark of the second period. Assists were by Joshua Cronin and Ryan Veillet. McHaffie earned the game’s first star, while Kodiak keeper Mark Menicucci got third star for the shutout. Second star went to Pilot Brett Kolins. The Pilots outshot the Kodiaks
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Aldergrove Kodiaks’ Ryan Veillet takes a shot on Abbotsford Pilots’ goalie Aaron Oakley in a 1-0 Kodiaks victory at MSA Arena, Jan. 4.
25-17 that night at MSA Arena. The Kodiaks were unable to score on any of six power plays, and the Pilots were scoreless in three power plays. The result improves the Kodiaks to 39 points after 31 games (19-111-0). The Pilots have 46 points after 32 games, while Ridge Meadows trails at 26 points, Mission follows at 15 points and Port Moody sits in the basement at 11 points. Kodiaks keeper Menicucci is the league’s second best goalie with a 1.99 goals against average after 20 games. The Kodiaks host Grandview Steelers Jan. 9, travel to North Vancouver Wolf Pack on Saturday, Jan. 12, host the Port Moody Panthers on Wednesday, Jan. 16 and travel to Mission City Outlaws on Thursday, Jan. 17. The Kodiaks will also be well represented in the 2013 PJHL All Star game on Monday, Jan. 14 at Burnaby Winter Club. Mark Menicucci will be one of the goalies, Stefan Gonzales will play defence for the Harold Brittain side, and forwards include Kodiaks Scott McHaffie, Adam Callegari, Spencer McHaffie, Daniel Higgs, Stephen Ryan and Kenny Prato. KODIAKS DOWN WOLF PACK The Kodiaks took their eighth victory in their first game of the new year, Jan. 2 at Aldergrove Arena. The Kodiaks scored one goal in
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Aldergrove Kodiaks Stefan Gonzales and Wolf Pack’s Spencer Quon battle for the puck in the junior B hockey game Jan. 2 at Aldergrove Arena. The Kodiaks took a 2-1 win that night. each of the first two periods to take a 2-1 win over the visiting North Vancouver Wolf Pack. The Wolf Pack pulled out all the stops in the final frame and were rewarded with a goal halfway through but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Kodiaks’ lead. Scoring for Aldergrove were Roshen Jaswal at 14:20 in the first, assisted by Scott McHaffie and Ryan Veillet, and Ryan Simpson at 5:07 in
the second, assisted by Stephen Ryan and captain Daniel Higgs. Scoring for the Wolf Pack was Taylor Tanti, unassisted. The Kodiaks outshot the Wolf Pack 36-35, and neither team scored on their power plays (two for the Kodiaks and six for the Wolf Pack). Game stars were Kodiaks keeper Mark Menicucci for first, Wolf Pack’s Braden Krogfuoss for second and Kodiaks Ryan Simpson for third.
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Aldergrove Bantam C2 Bruins with their gold medals after placing first out of 18 teams in the Cloverdale Bantam C Tournament at the Surrey Sports & Leisure Centre. The photo was taken Sunday, Dec. 30 after the final game against Cloverdale C3 team. Aldergrove won the tournament 8-5 over Cloverdale C3 and Cloverdale C2 came in third with a 5-3 win over Burnaby.
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Cloverdale’s goalie stops a shot by Aldergrove’s Tegpal Khaira in the Aldergrove Bantam Hockey Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 5 at Aldergrove Arena. Cloverdale won this Bantam C1 game, 6-5. Eighteen teams played in the annual tournament, Jan. 4-6.
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More travel coming for champs By GARY AHUJA Aldergrove Star
A long distance relationship has paid off. All season, the curling quartet of skip Tyler Klymchuk and lead Rhys Gamache — who are both out of the Langley Curling Club — and Victoria Curling Club’s Corey Chester and Sanjay Bowry, the team’s third and second, respectively, have ferried back and forth between the Lower Mainland and Victoria. They are coached by Victoria’s Todd Troyer. Chester and Bowry would typically come over on Wednesdays so the team could play their league matches out in New Westminster. And on Sundays, it would be Klymchuk and Gamache’s turn to visit Victoria, catching an early ferry, training all day, and then returning home. But it all paid off as
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The team of Tyler Klymchuk (right to left), Corey Chester, Sanjay Bowry, Rhys Gamache and coach Todd Troyer were crowned champs at the Tim Horton’s B.C. junior curling provincial championships. the quartet captured a bunch of wins.” will now spend the next the Tim Horton’s junior In the provincial three weeks preparing men’s provincial champi- finals on Sunday night, for the junior national onships. the team faced Langley curling championships, The event, for curlers Curling Club’s Tardi rink, which will be held Feb. 20 years old and younger, which is made up of skip 2 to Feb. 10 in Fort was held Jan. 1 to Jan. 6 Tyler Tardi, third Jordan McMurray, Alta. at the Coquitlam Curling Tardi, second Nicholas “We will keep doing Club. Meister and lead Zachary our practices, tweaking a “That was definitely Umbach. They are few things, making minor one of the goals that coached by Paul Tardi. adjustments and just we set for ourselves at The Klymchuk rink make sure we are ready the start of the year,” scored four in the second to go when February rolls Klymchuk said. end and never looked around,” Klymchuk said. “We have put in a back, prevailing 9-4. This will be the seclot of hard work, a lot of “Corey (Chester) ond time he has repreferry trips, and it definite- made a real key triple in sented B.C. at the junior ly feels good to win.” the second end to leave us nationals, having also The Klymchuk rink lying four in the house,” attended in 2010 with a went 7-0 in the round Klymchuk described. different rink. They went robin. “That gave us quite the 6-6 that year to finish in “We just went into edge to the game.” the middle of the pack. each game with a game The Tardi rink was “It will be nice to go plan and tried to execute 5-2 and in third place back and get a second it as best we could,” after the round robin, but crack and do better than Klymchuk said. defeated the second-place last time,” he said. “We were fortunate Henderson rink 13-6. “It is going to be cold, enough to come out with The Klymchuk rink but we are very excited.”
Miller named interim Men’s National Coach
coach in place before then, Miller will The Canadian Soccer Association coach the squad during the tournament. Miller was born in Scotland and have given current FC Edmonton head coach, and former UFV Cascades played for the Canadian national team 61 times during his coach Colin Miller the interim international career. The head coach job of the Men’s Abbotsford, BC resident has National Soccer team. The been an assistant coach with CSA will continue the search the Canadian national team for the full time head coach before. He has also spent while Miller will lead the time as an assistant with team in a January, 2013 prethe Vancouver Whitecaps season camp. The squad will FC. Miller served as UFV also play two friendlies against Cascades women’s soccer Denmark in Tucson on Jan. 26 coach 2008-2010 and as and against the USA on Jan. 29 Colin Miller Assistant coach of the men’s in Houston. The January matches mark the begin- soccer program this past year 2012-13. ning of Canada’s preparations for the Currently, Miller will begin his first seaCONCACAF Gold Cup, slated for July son as head coach of FC Edmonton of in the U.S., should Canada not have a the NASL. Aldergrove Star
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Aldergrove’s Taylor Thorley #14 shoots on Surrey’s goal in the Aldergrove Bantam Hockey Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 5 at Aldergrove Arena. Aldergrove won this Bantam C2 game, 7-5. Eighteen teams played in the annual tournament, Jan. 4-6.
The Selkirk College Men’s Hockey program has announced its first playing commitment for the 2013/14 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season, as Aldergrove Kodiaks defenceman Stefan Gonzales of Surrey has signed on to join the Saints in September. Gonzales is a veteran of three seasons in the British Columbia Hockey League, where he played his first two years with the Coquitlam Express (2009/10) and Quesnel Millionaires (2010/11). He split last season between the Chilliwack Chiefs and the Victoria Grizzlies, where he was recognized with the team’s Fan Favourite and Citizenship awards. Overall, the 20-year old has logged 168 games in Junior A, scoring once, picking up 25 assists and adding 158 minutes in penalties. In September, the Grizzlies dealt Gonzales to the Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Oakville Blades, but the 20-year old chose to remain in B.C. and play close to home with the PJHL’s Aldergrove Kodiaks. He has shown off the offensive side of his game since joining the Kodiaks, scoring seven goals and totaling 26 points in 27 games while logging big minutes on the Aldergrove blueline. “Adding a player of Stefan’s experience and ability is a great way to kick off our recruiting for the 2013/14 season,” says Saints
Former BCHL defenceman Stefan Gonzales, currently with the Aldergrove Kodiaks, has signed with the Selkirk Saints for next season. head coach Jeff Dubois. “He’s proven himself as a very solid defenceman in the BCHL where he spent lots of time playing against the opposition’s top lines.” “Stefan profiles as a high-end player in our league and we’re very happy that he made the decision to commit to Selkirk relatively early in the season. He had the chance to visit Castlegar and experience firsthand what the college and team are all about, and he obviously liked
what he saw.” Gonzales plans to enroll in Selkirk’s Business Administration program. “I’m excited to be coming to Selkirk because of the great buzz surrounding the program,” he says. “The team has been able to accomplish some special things so far this season and I’m looking forward to being a part of that. I want to contribute immediately and help the team pick up next year where they are now. Off the ice, I hope to achieve strong grades and successfully adjust to the college environment.” Gonzales describes himself as a good skating, puck-moving defenceman who is responsible in his own zone but has the ability to contribute on offence. “My skating has always been the strength of my game, as it allows me to get the puck out of trouble in my own end or jump into the play when attacking,” he says. Gonzales is the first player to commit to the Saints for the 2013/14 season, but Dubois expects a number of impact signings to follow. “One of the benefits to our great start has been the level of interest we’ve been seeing from potential recruits,” says Dubois. “Selkirk is quickly growing a reputation for our on-ice performance and style of play, which adds to the attraction of being able to study and compete in a great community.”
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CLARK FREIGHTWAYS F/T Certiﬁed Commercial Transport Mechanic We are a growing, progressive and well respected carrier specializing in the transportation of perishable and dry freight, since 1957. Currently looking for a Full-time Certiﬁed Commercial Transport Mechanic. Must be physically fit and fluent in English. Ownership of basic tools required. We offer an attractive compensation package which includes a competitive wage commensurate with experience and group health benefits. Please forward your resume and cover letter to: email@example.com or fax to 604-472-2136.
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ABBOTSFORD Upstairs Suite for Rent! Christian Landlords. 1,000s.f. 2 BR, 1 Bath. Patio entrance/carport. Hydro. W/D. Stove/Oven/Fridge. NO Pets/NO Smkg. Ideal for newly-weds. Downes Rd, near Abb Auto Mall. Available Feb 1. $800 + Gas. Chris 604-308-4292
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Do not pass up this beauty. This 4 bedroom 3 bathroom beauty has what you need. From the huge kitchen and living room to large windows that will bring in the natural light and beauty of the surroundings including a million dollar mountain view. You will love the size and privacy of the lot as well as the landscaping plus enjoy it when the summers here with the included airconditioning. And there is room for the inlaws. Call Verne Stel today and book 30551 Northridge Way, Abbotsford $ your private showing, 604-857-1100 487,000
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Call the Aldergrove specialist... Ready to move, when you are.
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4953 - 272ND STREET
INSTANT BUSINESS HERE! Over 30,000 plants ready to be sold on 17.45 acres with a 3000 sq ft 5 bedroom home on it could be suited this is a very interesting idea as the value is in land and building the cash flow from the nursery stock is the bonus have a look and check it out.
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Dan Flokstra $214,000
Over 45 years young here, 3 levels, 3 bedrooms, stainless appliances and a great Mount Baker view. Loads of storage and quick possession possible. Almost 2,000 sq. ft and private yard.
#163 - 27456 32ND AVENUE $239,900
37 ACRES – HOME PLUS LARGE BARNS Check this out, it’s all here! A large 3,700 sq ft home on a beautiful property. Large dairy barn’s plus tons of hay storage 80’x180’ clear span main barn, square piece of property with fantastic building site. Spring is coming, take a look here - property has a slight southern slope.
4200 LEFEUVRE ROAD
5 ACRES WITH SHOP
Take a look here all the privacy in the southern exposed back yard very clean very neat and very private in this complex 3 bedrooms up and new windows new fireplace extra long driveway for extra cars. Nothing to do but move in here. Take a look and make your offer.
Check out this 5 acre property with a 40 x 44 shop and very clean 2 bedroom mobile home in a great location. Everything is spotless and ready for you to either farm it or build on it. Take a look here and make your offer and your dreams can come true… close to everything.
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2 bedroom A frame cottage style home on quiet no thru street on 4.72 acres in south Aldergrove close to town. Great 7 stall barn plus 2 bay shop with roll up doors. Property fenced and cross fenced. You will love this place when you see it, have a look and you will know where home is.
Very well kept and mostly updated 1400 sq ft on the main floor with a finished bsmt on a private 5 fully fenced acres located on a no through street. Also has huge shop for the car enthusiast and Circular driveway for the trucker in the family, home has new well, newer septic, newer roof new bathrooms new interior doors you get the picture, close to everything
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27053 - 27 AVENUE
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#2654 - 30A AVENUE $489,900 1/4 ACRE LOT WITH HEATED SHOP
1950 sq ft rancher on ¼ acre lot plus 37 x 24 heated shop updated and ready for you to enjoy 4 bedrooms and large family room plus super deck and hot tub. On a corner lot you gotta see this one that is for sure. Make an appointment today.
21786 - 45 AVENUE
ALL YOU WANT IS HERE IN MURRAYVILLE ¼ acre lot R.V. parking heated shop 2 story with air conditioning loads of parking hardwood floors and an amazing ensuite. All this on a crawl space for nice warm floors and a super quiet street, this is not a drive by so check it out…remember ¼ acre lot.
#92 - 27044 - 32ND AVENUE
FIRST TIME BUYERS ALERT Have a look here, very private back patio. Lovely wood fireplace, very neat and clean. This unit qualifies for all the first time home buyers perks. So call today and Let’s make a move happen.
26641 FRASER HWY, ALDERGROVE • 604-857-1100 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Flokstra 604-857-1100 RE/MAX ALDERGROVE
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