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David Sarraf isn’t quite the King of Columbia Street yet. But he’s working on it. Sarraf recently acquired his fifth building on Downtown New Westminster’s main drag, making him one of the strip’s most prolific landlords. His holdings include the building housing The British Store; the block of two buildings,

including the Paramount, between He also owns other buildings Mckenzie Street and the new Trapp in the city, including a law office & Holbrook development; as well on Carnarvon beside the Supreme as the building Court and a couple kitty-corner from of houses further it across Columbia Uptown that are that houses a DNA David Sarraf also zoned for you should not have losers testing lab, a cigar commercial use. store and pizza shop as tenants. if you bring bad All of the tenants, you are shooting amongst its myriad buildings are older, yourself in the foot. tenants. and much to the Sarraf’s latest delight of the city’s property is at the southeast corner heritage planner Julie Schueck, of Sixth and Columbia, directly Sarraf is committed to restoring across from the police station. and maintaining much of their


historic characteristics. “He’s really giving those buildings back their lives,” said Schueck. “He’s putting commercial uses back into them. We can’t make every building a museum.” Sarraf, as affable and gregarious as the King of Kensington neighbourhood patriarch portrayed by actor Al Waxman on Canadian television for five years, loves New West’s old buildings. Three years ago he didn’t even know how to get to the city. please see ‘It’S A SNOWbALL effect’, A4

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Uptown Live is unplugging its partnership with the Hyack Festival Association. But Bart Slotman, the vice president of Uptown Property Group (UPG), the major commercial sponsor of the twoyear-old live music event that showcases local independent and up-and-coming bands, is determined to keep it going. Slotman said the ongoing squabble between some members of Hyack’s board of directors and its executive director, Douglas Smith—who was fired, reinstated and has now left again and is pursuing legal action for wrongful dismissal—made it impossible to move forward with planning for next year’s event. “I have no choice but to react,” said Slotman, who advised Hyack of his decision in a letter earlier this week. “We’re going to look for a Plan B.” That plan will include writing a business proposal for an independently organized music festival and possibly hiring an event planner to put it together. please see hyAck, A3

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Doctors speak out against coal terminal Concerns about significant health impacts cited Mario Bartel

A group of doctors is speaking out against a proposal to ship thermal coal mined in Montana and Wyoming through B.C. ports to markets in Asia. The Canadian Association for Physicians for the Environment says the shipping of that coal by rail through B.C. communities, then transferred to barges at Fraser Surrey Docks for transport to Texada Island where it will be loaded onto ocean-going ships “may bring serious health effects from diesel particulate matter and coal dust.” Those health effects could include an increased risk of cancer, chronic bronchitis, emphysema as well as more severe and frequent asthma attacks in children, said the group’s executive director Gideon Forman, in an open letter. “Our doctors’ organization strongly opposes these coal shipments,” he added. Plans announced last week by Fraser Surrey Docks (FSD) to minimize the chances for coal dust to blow around,

including the elimination of coal stockpiles awaiting shipment and the addition of topping and binding agents to the coal to suppress dust as its moved by rail or transferred to the barges haven’t eased critics’ concerns about the proposal. “Finally… Canadian doctors are ready to call a spade a spade and speak out,” said Paula Williams, the co-founder of Communities and Coal, a group opposed to the construction of the coal transfer facility. Last week, New Westminster city council directed staff to gather more information about FSD’s additional proposals to see if they addressed residents’ concerns about coal dust from the facility, which will be located about 2,000 metres across the Fraser River from the city’s waterfront. FSD has also been tasked by Port Metro Vancouver to submit an environmental assessment of the transfer facility. That assessment, to be conducted by consulting firm SNC-Lavalin, is expected to be completed by the end of September. Port Metro Vancouver said it will give local governments, health authorities and First Nations groups a chance to comment on the assessment’s findings.


Fraser Surrey Docks is hoping to open a coal facility that could transfer four million tonnes of coal annually to barges. That amount could ramp up to eight million tonnes over time.

Hyack looking at ‘legalities’ of Uptown withdrawl In response to UPG’s decision, Slotman couldn’t say whether Hyack president Gavin Palmer Uptown Live would continue said his organization is looking to run in conjunction with the “at the legalities” of Uptown’s Hyack parade. withdrawal. “The parade is an “This is something insurance policy, you have he (Slotman) has done that built-in audience unilaterally,” said Palmer. already there,” said In his letter to Hyack, Slotman. “The event has Slotman advised the to have enough name association to remove all recognition to be able to references to Uptown PALMER stand on its own.” Live and the new Uptown He’s confident he’s got Unplugged weekly that. showcase of local musicians that “People loved Uptown Live,” was introduced this past summer said Slotman. “It’s got great from its website and promotional music, great stages, fantastic materials. As of Tuesday, the talent.” Uptown Live logo and links

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to the event’s website were still featured on Hyack’s website. Slotman said his company owns “all the intellectual property associated with the Uptown Live and Uptown Unplugged events. We own the websites and have developed and paid for all graphic design and materials.” Palmer said Uptown’s decision is as much about business as it is about Hyack’s own internal politics. “Uptown do it as a commercial entity, we do things not as a commercial entity,” said Palmer. “Hyack has a stellar reputation in the community for well over 40 years. We’ve been doing things for

the betterment of the community and we’ve accomplished our tasks quite proficiently.” Slotman said that commercial component is vital to securing the resources needed to stage exciting events that engage the community. “If you want to cut reliance on public funding, you’ve got to get companies to buy in,” said Slotman. “You’ve got to provide a roster of events that the corporate community sees a benefit in participating in.” Slotman said last year’s event cost $70,000 to produce and attracted 25-30,000 people who listened to bands like Good for

Grapes and The Boom Booms on three stages scattered throughout Uptown. Other components included a bicycle skills show and a family fun zone where the City of New West was able to show off some of its equipment like fire and recycling trucks in interactive displays. Palmer said he’s hopeful Hyack will be able to maintain a presence in the city’s Uptown, with or without the help of Slotman’s company. “For years Hyack has put on an Uptown street fair,” said Palmer. “We changed the name to refresh the event.”

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That changed following a conversation with city administrator Lisa Spitale as he shopped around for opportunities after scaling back his chain of kitchenware shops. “She was so enthusiastic and excited,� recalled Sarraf. “I thought ‘Oh my god!’� As a businessman Sarraf saw an opportunity to get into the city as it was on the rise. Commercial properties could be had for less money than other areas of the Lower Mainland but still benefitted from ready access to the entire region. They just needed a little care and attention. “If the building makes sense, I can fix them up,� said Sarraf. In fact, he does most of the work himself, his tools, brushes, buckets


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and ladders piled into leasable, so people an old van. want to go in,� said “Keeping heritage Schueck. is harder, but it’s more A case in point is 631 fun,� said Sarraf. Columbia St., between That’s music to the massage school and Schueck’s ears. McKenzie Street. A “It’s every heritage seemingly nondescript planner’s dream,� modern brick building, she said. “You want it’s actually the old people realizing Holmes Block, owning heritage designed in is an advantage, 1899 by Fred it gives you D. Bauer. It a marketing then became advantage.� known as the Sarraf is the Collister Block SPITALE first to admit when it housed he’s not in the Collister W.S. property game to lose & Co., a dry goods money. But a little care, and millinery store. In a lot of elbow grease 1960 it was converted and a positive attitude to a Fields department can go a long way to store and then a revitalizing a building, grocery store. attracting new tenants, The building’s bringing renewed life original upper bay to an area. windows are still “You should attract somewhere behind the good people to the modern brick facade, neighbourhood,� said said Schueck. Sarraf. “You should And while Sarraf not have losers as said restoring those tenants. If you bring would be a big project bad tenants, you are for down the road, he shooting yourself in did pull up a lot of the foot.� drywall to expose the “He’s making them original brick interior

walls in hallways and some of the office spaces. He restored a mysterious brick alcove and turned it into a quiet reading area. He saved a giant safe and displayed other artifacts he found in the building’s basement and storage areas, like an antique ladder, a vintage stretcher and an old cash register. Sarraf’s latest acquisition will need a lot of attention. The roof and windows are in rough shape. The brick in the back alley was painted an ugly yellow years ago. The detritus of previous tenants is still scattered in offices and storage spaces. But, said Sarraf, he’s ready to get to work. That’s good for Columbia Street, Schueck says. “It’s a snowball effect,� she said. “If this building or this building looks great, then more people get interested in the street.�

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to solve the issues we have.” Palmer said the dispute comes down to a difference in philosophies. “We have two sides, one wants to change everything and one that doesn’t want to make dramatic changes,” he said. “We need to make some changes, but also respect history and the past.” Since joining Hyack, Smith initiated a number of changes to the program of festivals and events the association organizes, including the introduction of Uptown Live, a music festival centered around Sixth Avenue and Sixth Street. He also shortened the annual Hyack International Parade that concludes the week-long Hyack Festival in May and canceled the Easter antique car parade. Palmer conceded some of those changes were necessary. “Hyack has been doing the same thing for a long time and sometimes an organization gets a little comfortable in what they’re doing,” said Palmer. “You do need fresh ideas and changes, especially when you’re in the entertainment business.” —With files from Chris Bryan

The Hyack Festival Association is looking for a new executive director. Douglas Smith, who held the job for almost two years before he was dismissed by an executive committee of Hyack’s board of directors on July 31, said Tuesday he’s no longer working for Hyack as of last Thursday. Smith had disputed his dismissal as he and some members of the board contested the committee’s authority to fire him. In August, Smith was reinstated as Hyack ironed out its internal politics. At the time Smith said he’d give the board a month to sort things out. But as his selfimposed deadline passed and those concerns “hadn’t been addressed whatsoever,” Smith pulled the plug. “I wish it hadn’t come to this,” said Smith, who’s started a wrongful dismissal action against Hyack. The association has yet to respond, he said. Gavin Palmer, the president of Hyack, said the board of directors is “working internally

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Hyack serving a chummy club Hyack Festival Association is not operating in the best interest of the city and its residents. This week, Douglas Smith left his job as executive director, for the second time in as many months, because Hyack failed to sort out its internal issues. Those being the fact that the president and two other executives on the board who hounded Smith out of a job needed to quit. But they’re fighting it. And the question is, for what purpose? Hyack hasn’t operated well for many years. Ask any major organization in New West, and most folks in City Hall too, and they’ll tell you Hyack is a misfit. It’s a chummy old-boys club, in need of a complete overhaul. If Hyack had any allies a few months ago, it’s almost alone now. The few people who supported Smith’s dismissal did nothing more than shoot the ailing Hyack horse just as it might finally pull itself out of the mud. Why did they fire Smith? A big part of it comes down to the fact that Smith questioned

Chris Bryan the exclusivity tied to the Hyack brand, an elitism enjoyed by a select group of people. When Hyack got its start over 40 years ago, it was no doubt a well-run, effective organization. Each year since, it has had a president who has gone on to become a past-president, an honorary role that never expires. Many of these folks come out to parades and events here in New West and many still travel to the events in Washington state and get wined and dined as VIPs and sport their red jackets. Over the years this group has grown. They have no defined role, but they exert enormous influence on the organization. And when Smith questioned the wisdom of spending taxpayer dollars to send the Hyack float to small-town U.S. so this exclusive

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club could continue schmoozing as “representatives” of New Westminster, the knives came out. Bye bye Douglas. Shouldn’t we be asking ourselves what Hyack is for? Smith said Hyack’s job should be to focus its energy on topnotch, inclusive festival offerings that not only thrill New West residents, but draw people from neighbouring cities. Not Leavenworth. We’re talking Burnaby, Coquitlam. A classic example of the pastpresident influence on Hyack was an email that found its way into my inbox this week. In the recent turmoil, the Hyack board of directors had voted to suspend the rest of the year’s U.S. visits. The email from a recent pastpresident asks people to make donations so that Hyack can send the float to Leavenworth and Issaquah to “fulfill our commitment to Northwest Festival Hosting.” Who’s in charge? At Hyack, the tail is wagging the dog. And frankly, it’s reached a point where the organization will











cease to exist if saner heads don’t prevail. Past presidents shouldn’t be calling the shots. Even board members need to back off. In a properly run, staffed non profit, the executive director runs the show, and reports to the board. Ask people in the know what they think about Hyack and they refer to its old-boys-club nature. Its tired event lineup. The lack of professionalism (see: tail/dog). Smith came to Hyack and said let’s make this a professional event organization. Let’s define our roles. Let’s open the books to the city, our primary funder. Let’s redefine what we are. Recently, current president Gavin Palmer raised concerns about respecting history and the past as Hyack moves forward. That’s a red herring. There will always be May Day, there will always be the Anvil Battery Salute. But there may not always be chummy, red-jacket fun in Astoria. And that’s a day I look forward to.

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Why take the coal the U.S. rejects? Re: Coal integral to B.C. economy (Letters, NewsLeader, Sept. 20) I’d like to point out some inconvenient truths that Allan Fryer of the Coal Alliance would rather not discuss. First of all, this is American thermal coal that is being proposed for the Fraser Surrey Dock project. Coal that Americans themselves have rejected and won’t allow within their city limits. Secondly, SNC Lavalin is hardly an independent third party. It has had a long-term relationship with the coal industry and has recently been described as corrupt by the World Bank. A new development appeared this week in the Vancouver Sun. Information obtained through Freedom of Information requests reveal the Coal Alliance and Port Metro Vancouver—which is supposed to be a neutral federal authority—are acting in collusion to thwart citizens’ groups who are challenging the legitimacy of this poorly conceived plan. These are desperate times for the thermal coal industry and it is clear they and the PMV will stoop to any level in order to find a market for a commodity that is responsible for so much

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PROTECTING DOMAIN FROM HYACK TURMOIL Re: Who is master of the festivals domain? (Letters, NewsLeader, Sept. 20) It has been interesting to read the ongoing barrage of letters-to-the-editor from the James Crosty/Paul Thompson/ Ted Eddy P.R. machine, most of them full of misinformation, and none of them disclosing the fact that Mr. Thompson’s public relations firm was engaged by the four “rogue” Hyack board members. Perhaps some disclosure would be in order, so that the readers of this newspaper can put Mr. Thompson’s spindoctoring into context. As for my own interest in Hyack, I am primarily concerned about the continuity of Uptown Live, which

my company sponsors and co-presents. This live music event was started two years ago by the former executive director Douglas Smith, who was recently dismissed by this same small group of board members that operated outside the authority of the full Hyack board. I am not interested in seeing Uptown Live become a casualty of the ongoing Hyack saga. Uptown Live is a prime example of the modern, inclusive and New Westfocussed vision for Hyack that Mr. Smith pursued, and which Hyack should continue to pursue, but which was abruptly abandoned when the “rogue four,” with the backing of a select few past presidents, decided it was better to get rid of Mr. Smith so that the organization could turn back the clock and continue to focus on their out-of-town travels at taxpayers’ expense. As for the web domain names and dot com, yes I personally registered these domains. My sole objective in doing so was to protect these domains from being used in the power struggle that is ongoing at Hyack. Please see SLOTMAN, A8








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It is interesting to note that the Hyack board voted in January 2013 to rebrand the organization to Festivals New West, but this rebranding initiative was hijacked by the same individuals that fired Mr. Smith, and thus was never implemented. Let me make clear that I have no interest in owning these domains long term, and will gladly give these domains (at no cost, Mr. Thompson) to the next organization that will take on the mandate of organizing first-rate events in New Westminster, for New Westminster. Bart Slotman, New Westminster

Re: Domains registered to protect them from Hyack turmoil (letters, www. There’s an old adage: “... if you shout loud enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” This seems to be behind Bart Slotman’s endeavours to further his employer’s interests and those of his friends and employees within the Hyack organization, which I assume he would categorize as

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and what is not. The only machine that seems to be active is the one in which NewsLeader editor Chris Bryan is a major cog, having freely expressed his editorial views on Hyack branding and related issues and his unbridled support for particular proponents. If there is a powerful P.R. machine it consists of Bryan, Slotman and Smith. As to misinformation, perhaps Mr. Slotman can provide a list of “misinformations” attributable to me. In closing, I spent my own money when I went with Hyack and the Westies to the Tacoma Salute to Military Service parade and neither sought nor would I accept any recompense for my doing something for my domain—which at that time was New Westminster. It was a positive “good news” story which the NewsLeader chose not to cover, opting instead for the titillating imbroglio salaciously fueled by loose lips on the Hyack board. E.C. “Ted” Eddy New Westminster


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MLAs work on financial disclosure Tom Fletcher Black Press

VICTORIA – MLAs’ constituency assistants from across B.C. crowded into the idle B.C. legislative chamber Wednesday to get up to speed on new financial reporting requirements for their office expenses. Provincial politicians have been working to open up their expense reporting since a 2012 report by former Auditor General John Doyle exposed “pervasive deficiencies” in that and other areas of the legislature’s $70 million operating budget. The first steps after that report were to begin disclosing MLA expense totals on a quarterly basis, and to begin holding meetings of the long-secret Legislative Assembly Management Committee in public. That committee met Tuesday and agreed to extend the deadline to begin detailed expense disclosure from constituency offices from Jan. 1 to April 1. In addition to base pay of more than $101,000 a year and an expense account for travel and accommodation, MLAs

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2012 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible


2013 GMC Yukon AWD Ultimate Luxury SUV.

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2012 GMC Acadia

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New 2013 Chevy Spark 160,000 KMs




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2013 GMC Yukon 4WD Luxury, Leather, Loaded, 5.3L, Alloys. #5067



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Dealer Group Buys Hundreds of Vehicles at Well Below Market Value!!!! SAVE THOUSANDS THIS WEEKEND

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2013 Mazda 6

26,988 OR $172 BW

2012 Nissan Altima






2013 Nissan Murano AWD








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2011 Chev Camaro SS Conv

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18,995 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 .......#8321 $19,995 2009 Pontiac Vibe .......................#4933 $7,995 2009 Pontiac G3 .......................... #4839 $6,995 2007 Pontiac G5 .......................... #4983 $3,995 .................................................................#4947



2012 Dodge Grand Caravans

2013 Volkswagen Passat

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2011 Mazda CX-7, leather

2013 Chrysler Town & Country

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29,995 2012 Infiniti M37 .................... #4999 $39,995 2011 VW Routan .....................#4787 $15,995 2011 Toyota Camry .............. #4363 $13,995 ................................................................ #4781

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2012 Hyundai Sonata


2012 Ford Mustang Convertible




2012 Dodge Journey RT AWD

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2012 Chevy Tahoe 4WD




2012 Chevy Impala

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2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4WD

2013 Hyundai Genesis

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2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder



2012 Nissan Pathfinder .. #4681 $25,995

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2013 Nissan Maxima

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Eighty volunteers come to clean shoreline Last Sunday morning, 80 people participated in the 2013 South Dyke Road Riverfront Cleanup in New Westminster, launching the start of RiverFest, an art and environmental festival inspired by the Fraser River. “When I saw the rain in the morning, my heart sank,” said cleanup coordinator and New Westminster Environmental Partners member Karla Olson. “But

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removed an oil drum, two TVs, a toilet, a small mattress, a tire, a garden pot, gardening tools, more than 10 plastic buckets, large blocks of Styrofoam, plastic and glass bottles, cans, building materials, plastics from food containers, cigarette butts, plastic bags and food wrappers—and a pair of hip waders. “It was really fantastic to see some new faces as well as volunteers who have taken part in previous cleanups.” said Olson. Of particular concern for this area is the dumping of yard waste that is occurring, Olson said. “Nearby residents may see it only as organic material, but what they don’t realize is that they are introducing nonnative species into the habitat and adding nutrients that create an imbalance to this ecosystem.” Participants pulled bamboo, English ivy, holly, Lamium, and morning glory. Blackberry, another invasive plant, was also removed as much as possible. “What also happens is that in addition to yard waste, whether on purpose or accidentally, other things get dumped,” said Olson. On Saturday some of the garbage will be on display at the New Westminster Environmental Partners table at RiverFest. “Visitors to the NWEP table can learn how to make their own kitchen organic bin liners from their local newspapers like the New Westminster NewsLeader—after they have read it, of course,” said Olson, “and find out more about other NWEP activities, such as the upcoming New West Doc Fest in October.”

Friday, September 27, 2013 NewsLeader A17

UBCM rejects lower default speed limit Jeff Nagel

hour – it’s not going to help,” said Thompson-Nicola Regional District director Ken Gillis. He said B.C. cities need a different way to ticket traffic violators without using costly and highly trained police officers. Comox Mayor Paul Ives said it was “wishful thinking” to believe the province would pay for sign change costs and said the shift to a 40 km/h default would confuse drivers.

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B.C. communities won’t push to lower the default speed limit to 40 kilometres per hour on residential streets. Victoria councillors argued that pedestrian safety is paramount, but delegates at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention defeated their motion Friday. Cities can still vary local speed limits from the 50 km/h default on a streetby-street basis, but proponents of the lower John Ranta, mayor of Cache Creek If you take it to extreme, if we keep going limit also hoped the slower and slower and slower in the name of province would cover safety, eventually we will all grind to a halt. the cost of changing signs. “We don’t want this. I’m sure Advocates had warned that unless many other municipalities don’t cities sign every alley and laneway at want this,” Cache Creek Mayor John lower speeds, drivers can legally roar Ranta said. through them at 50 km/h. “If you take it to extreme, if Opponents said enforcement is the we keep going slower and slower real problem. and slower in the name of safety, “You can reduce the municipal eventually we will all grind to a speed limit to 10 kilometres per halt.”


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Friday, September 27, 2013 NewsLeader A19

Impressive crew auditions for Seniors Have Talent!


Organizers of the upcoming Seniors Have Talent! event were thrilled by the calibre of the 30 performers who came out to a recent audition for the event. Of the 30 acts, judges whittled things down to 14 dancers, singers, musicians and more to compete in the finals being held Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Sapperton Pensioners’ Hall. “At our auditions, the contestants didn’t compete, they jammed together after the auditions were over and we all came away feeling uplifted,” said Vic Leach, Sapperton Old Age Pensioners Association NEWSLEADER FILE PHOTO Eighty-eight-year-old Quayside resident Chuck Johnston (right) is performing an Elvis coordinator. The event is being put on by the pensioners and the impression as part of Seniors Have Talent! on Oct. 5. New Westminster Lions Club. Shadow” with her border collie the other Elvis was in the U.S. Event judges were New Twinkle Toes. Other performers military, and was lucky enough Westminster Police Chief Const. included Dan Minor, who to meet him when they served in David Jones, Dolores Kirkwood delivered Showboat’s “Ole Man Germany at the same base. (artistic director emeritus of River” as if you were at the Sapperton Pensioners’ Hall is Royal City Youth Ballet), and musical. located at 318 Keary St., New Lions Club past district governor And one great story comes West. The show starts at 1:30 p.m. Tom Tait. from Chuck Johnston, an 88-yearTickets are $16 for adults, $12 The field of performers were old Elvis impersonator who lives for seniors/ students and children all 55 years +, and included such at the Quay. 5 and under free. impressive talent as Liza Lou, Even though he uses a walker For more information who performed an authentic to get around, Johnston left his call 604-522-0280 or visit Chinese dance in handmade frailties behind as he took to costumes, and Joyce Johnstone, the stage. The Canadian Army newwestminsterlionsclubca. who danced to “Me & My veteran served at the same time


RiverFest: Celebrate BC and World Rivers Day on the Fraser with a free family event including displays by art, artisan, environmental and river-related conservation groups, live entertainment, the work boat parade and a salmon chowder cook off at River Market. When: Friday, Sept. 27, 4 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 28, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Where: B o a r dw a l k , We s t m i n s t e r Q u ay, N ew We s t m i n s t e r. I n f o : w w w. f a c eb o o k . c o m / RiverFestNewWest Wo r k s h o p o n I n t e r v i ew Ski l l s : Free employment workshop hosted by MOSAIC, a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing settlement issues that affect immigrants and refugees. When: Thursday, Sept. 26, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Where: Bob Prittie Metrotown library branch, 6100 Willingdon Ave., Burnaby. Info and register: 604-436-5400.

Setting U p Yo u r Own Small Business in BC: Free workshop hosted by MOSAIC, a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing settlement issues that affect immigrants and refugees. When: Monday, Sept. 30, 5:30 p.m. Where: Tommy Douglas Burnaby Public Library, 7311 Kingsway, Burnaby. Info: 604-254-9626.

Retail Job Fair: Open to job seekers looking for parttime, full-time, entry-level, or managerial positions at more than 25 retailers which are looking to fill up to 500 positions for the upcoming holiday season. Candidates are encouraged to bring several résumés, make a list ahead of time of the retailers they are interested in visiting and dress appropriately for potential on-the-spot job interviews. When: Saturday, Sept. 28, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Where: Metropolis at Metrotown mall, Atrium & Grand Courts, Burnaby. Info: www.metropolis@metrotown. com. Ukrainian Perogy Supper: When: Friday, Sept. 27, 5 to 8 p.m. (Perogy sales 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Where: Holy Eucharist Church Hall, 4th Ave. and 5th Street, New Westminster. Info: 604-526-0988 or Hall 604-5227711. Mushtari Begum Festival of Indian Classical Music & Dance: Four of the finest Canadian and Indian artists will showcase their explosive talents including New Westminster’s Cassius Khan singing Ghazals while playing the tabla, Kathak dancer Amika Kushwaha, vocalist Kamaljeet Gill and Bharatanatyam dancer LaxmiNarayan Ganesan. When: Saturday, Sept. 28, 6:30 p.m. Where: Massey Theatre, corner of 8th and 8th, New Westminster. Info and tickets:


FESTIVAL Saturday, October 5 11:00 am – 3:00 pm | Century House, 620 Eighth St Free parking also available at New Westminster Secondary School (835 Eighth Street) parking lot with shuttle bus service to Century House

Entertain, Educate & Engage!

CENTRE STAGE · 11:30 am – 12:00 pm: Century House Singers · 12:00 pm: Greetings from New Westminster Mayor & Council and dignitaries · 12:30 - 1:30 pm: Ralph Shaw-King of the Ukulele · 1:30 - 2:00 pm: Tara Stevens, Youth Artist performing 60s & 70s music · 12:30 - 2:30 pm: Rod Boss-Roving Magician energetic and entertaining

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Featuring a range of DROP-IN classes, workshops and presentations designed to entertain, educate and engage older adults aged 50+ and IMBY Information Fair (In My Back Yard) with representatives from not-for-profit seniors’ service providers. IMBY is presented in part by Thornebridge Gardens and the United Way of the Lower Mainland.

For more information please call 604.519.1066 or visit

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SOLO District soars above Burnaby with Altus By Kerry Vital

Appia Developments is reinforcing its reputation for amazing homes with Altus, the second phase in its SOLO District neighbourhood. Altus will be the tallest building in Burnaby at the equivalent of 55 storeys tall, with office space on the first 14 floors and residential from 200 feet up. “The views start from the bottom (residential) floor,” says Appia Sales and Marketing Manager Lisa Murrell.

With condominium homes ranging from approximately 516 to about 1,700 square feet in a variety of floorplans, it won’t be hard to find your perfect home. Something that sets Altus apart are the choices it offers for three-bedroom units, which is something buyers have been asking for and Appia is happy to be able to provide in the newest phase of SOLO District. Part of the appeal is the huge amenity space that Appia is calling Club 55 with a barbecue area, full kitchen, media area and billiards and ping-pong tables and generous outdoor deck


space for residents of Altus, to be located on the top floor of the tower. The office tower will include a gym that residents have access to as well, and a multi-sport court on the third floor. SOLO District will eventually be comprised of four residential towers and over 1,400 homes. The community will also include Burnaby’s first Whole Foods, commercial opportunities, office space and tons of green space. “There are several other exciting anchor tenants to be announced,” says Murrell. “This is a very, very cool community.” Walkability was one of the more important aspects, Murrell says. “There’s everything you could possibly need here,” she notes. “It’s been really well-received by the community.” SOLO District is perfectly situated for transit, shopping, education and leisure activities. The Brentwood Skytrain station is just steps away, along with Brentwood Town Centre. Golf courses, parks and fitness facilities are also nearby. Homes at SOLO District start at $293,900. For more information about Altus and SOLO District, visit www. or call 604-298-8800.

Rob Newell photos

North Burnaby is a vibrant place full of things to do, from rowing on Burnaby Lake, above, to shopping at Brentwood Town Centre, right. If it’s higher education you’re after, Simon Fraser University, above right, has been rated as one of the top universities in Canada.

North Burnaby a thriving neighbourhood By Kerry Vital

North Burnaby is a rapidly growing region, with plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, education and recreation, from golf courses to rowing to swimming. The area is an exciting place to live and is becoming a major urban centre in its own right. Never boring and always busy, North Burnaby is becoming the place to be. North Burnaby, also known as the Brentwood area, is about 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver via SkyTrain, and about 30 minutes from the Vancouver International

Airport. This contributes to the popularity of the neighbourhood with young professionals; about 39 per cent of the population in the area is between the ages of 20 and 44. Among the notable developers who are building in North Burnaby are Appia Developments, Ledingham McAllister, Bosa Development and Embassy Developments. It is hard to be bored in North Burnaby, with its selection of parks, art galleries, museums and theatres. If it’s a bit of culture you’re looking for, you can start up on Burnaby Mountain at the Simon Fraser University Art Gallery. It’s open to the public free of charge and the displays change every few months. Simon Fraser also houses the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, which showcases artifacts from around the world. There are several parks in Burnaby, so outdoor activity is never far away. Burnaby Lake Regional Nature Park surrounds the lake. The park includes a dog off-leash area, the Burnaby Sports Complex,

the Burnaby Equestrian Centre and several walking and cycling trails. However, its biggest draw is the lake itself, which has a rowing course for canoeing, kayaking and rowing training. Confederation Park is also an activity hub, with walking trails, a skate park, a lacrosse box, a running track, a community centre, several picnic sites and playgrounds, baseball diamonds and other playing fields. It’s also home to the McGill branch of the Burnaby Public Library and the Eileen Dailly Leisure Pool and Fitness Centre. North Burnaby is also full of opportunities for all levels of education. The largest institution is Simon Fraser University, just a few minutes from the centre of North Burnaby on Burnaby Mountain. The British Columbia Institute of Technology also has its main campus in Burnaby. North Burnaby is a well-connected city, with several options for public transportation, walking or cycling if you feel like leaving your

car behind. Because it’s nearly the centre of the Metro Vancouver area, it is easy to get on your way, whatever way you choose. Food is a necessity of life, and it’s highly likely that shopping is as well. Luckily, North Burnaby has many options for both. Your first stop for some retail therapy is Brentwood Town Centre, located right in the centre of North Burnaby and well-served by transit, including its own SkyTrain station. With department stores and smaller shops all in one place, you’ll be able to do much of your shopping in one spot. North Burnaby is a chef ’s dream, with stores such as Bosa Foods, famous for amazing Italian imports, and Cioffi’s Meat Market and Deli, which offers an array of fresh cheeses, dried pastas, olive oils, premium meats and homemade sausages, among other products. Grocery stores such as Safeway and Save-On Foods are also in the area. If you’re looking for a night out, there are many options for casual or fine dining as well.

Before you renovate your home, talk to the pros! at the Vancouver Home and Design Show



Need inspiration for your home renovation? Visit the GVHBA Ask a Pro Renovation + Design Centre and book a free consultation with a renovation or design professional.  While you’re there, stroll through the Renovation Gallery to see before-and-after photos of stunning renovated homes, many of which are award winners. If you like awardwinning homes, GVHBA is also featuring the 2013 Ovation Awards winner at the booth!


Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 4:00 PM to Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 6:00 PM BC Place Stadium 777 Pacific Blvd., Vancouver Do you know what day and time you are heading down to the show? If so, you can pre-book your 20 minute complimentary appointment with a renovation professional at the GVHBA Ask a Pro Renovation + Design Centre during the show.  Email GVHBA at to reserve your spot or book a time when you arrive at the exhibit. 

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RE/MAX Advantage Realty 102-321 6th Street New Westminster



222 8th Ave • $749,900 Spacious 5 bdrm, 2 bath character home on a large lot. Lots of character, fir & oak floors throughout. Main floor offers large dngrm, lvgrm w/ gas F/P, 1 bdrm, den, full bath & an updated kitchen featuring maple cabinets & gas stove. 2 bdrms above, w/ sink (potential for 2nd bathroom). 2 bdrm registered suite below could rent for $1,000/mo. Huge backyard has it all, 2 year old large deck, above ground pool, room to play & garden. Close to great schools, easy access to transit & walk to shopping.

7238 11th Ave, BBY • $819,900 ATTENTION BUILDERS. Rare R12 zoning allows for semi-detached or front & back duplex, totalling 3,567 sq ft. Value in land only, but home is in clean, livable condition, with some finishing required. Build now or hold until later. Adjacent Southgate Neighbourhood Concept will transform the area into a pedestrian friendly community to play, learn, shop & connect to Edmonds Town Centre.

1031 Cornwall St • $669,900

#108-38 7th Ave • $289,900

#103-12 K de K Ct • $424,900

Family friendly neighbourhood offering a great family house. 4 bdrms above ground PLUS 2 bdrm secondary accommodation below (currently occupied by family). Large living room and kitchen. Lots of space to play and/or garden in the fully fenced back yard. Recently updated windows, furnace and hot water tank. Fantastic central location close to all levels of schools, parks and transit.

1 bdrm & den (easily a 2nd bdrm) w/ 1 bathroom in the highly desirable Glenbrooke area. Very well maintained from top to bottom. Open concept with 9’ ceilings. Every room looks out to the private patio. Spacious mbdrm plus walk in closet. Relax in privacy on the large patio, with your own patch of grass, & landscaped gardens. 1 parking & storage locker. Pet friendly building. Great location close to Queen’s Park, shopping, parks, excellent schools & easy access to transit.

Wow! Lovely 2 bdrm & den unit w/ unobstructed Fraser River views. Situated right on the Boardwalk at the New West Quay, this unit features an open & bright floor plan, large mbdrm, 2 full bathrooms, & insuite laundry. The kitchen has updated appliances & many pullout shelves, as well as a pantry. Watch the tug boats & ships go by from your large covered patio space. Walk to transit, shopping, restaurants & more. 2 pets ok.

#318-12 K De K Ct • $324,900 Move-in ready, 1,082 sq ft 2 bdrm, 2 bath. Functional floor plan w/ satellite bdrms, dngrm opening up to lvgrm overlooking the balcony & treed courtyard below. Large kitchen features new stainless fridge & stove, offers plenty of room to work. Spacious mbdrm includes W/I closet & full ensuite. All flooring updated including laminate in the living area, carpet in the bdrms & modern 12X24 tile in the bathrooms & kitchen. Quiet location, but extremely close to amenities. 2 min walk to River Market & a short walk to New Westminster SkyTrain & all the surrounding shops & services.

#214-611 Blackford St • $159,900

#143-600 Park Cr • $269,900

Bright 2 bedroom unit in a great uptown location. Features good size rooms, functional layout and newer paint. The balcony outlook is to a large evergreen and provides lovely shade on warm summer afternoons. Well run building with live in caretaker. Shared laundry on each floor. Walk to all amenities.

Desirable Glenbrooke North location. You’ll find a great sense of community surrounds this spacious 1 bdrm townhouse. Direct access to your front door through your large patio. 9 foot ceilings show off the open concept living. Large living room offers gas F/P. Bonus built in office space off the kitchen. Mbdrm offers ample closet space on the way to the cheater ensuite bathroom. Pet friendly building with a well-run strata. Only steps to Queen’s Park & a short walk to transit & shopping at Royal Square Mall.

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Before buying compare space & water heating costs When you’re house-hunting, choosing a home with natural gas for space and water heating can save you money. Believe it at *These are approximate savings based on the difference between annual natural gas and electricity costs for space and water heating of a 2,300 square-foot house with average insulation and four occupants in the FortisBC Lower Mainland service area. Calculation compared standard-efficiency natural gas furnace and large storage tank water heater with electric furnace and equivalent water heater and is based on FortisBC natural gas rates as of May 2013 ($9.35/GJ) and electricity rates in the service area identified (Tier 1 and 2: $0.071 and $0.109 per kWh). Actual savings may vary. Savings do not include potential rebates and/or incentives.

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FORECAST: SUNNY BLUE SKIES DAILY Arizona Vacation Real Estate Info Sessions! This winter spend your time golfing, swimming, and exploring the desert southwest in a new luxury home at Encanterra Country Club. Learn how easy it is to own a vacation home at our Vancouver info sessions September 30th and October 1st. At these free sessions you’ll learn: • Why we’ve got the #1 selling resort in Arizona • How SheaXero No Electric Bill Solar Homes save you $$ • Why 59 of your fellow British Columbia friends bought here • What our Try Before You Buy program offers • Keats Connelly’s guide to buying US property



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Charge Number Date Time Judgment BP98803 2000-05-01 12:59 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to the interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed by BT131133 Judgment BT131130 2002-04-23 10:37 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewed of BP98801 As to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton

Taxation Authority: City of Burnaby Description of Land: Parcel Identifier: 010-806-466 Lot 7 Block 3 District Lot 29 Group 1 New Westminster District Plan 3035 Legal Notations: None Charges, Liens and Interests: Nature of charge Charge Number Date Time Judgment BH148500 1994-04-28 14:02 Registered Owner Of Charge Charlein Booty Remarks: As to an undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed By BK117770 Renewed By BM112974

Judgment BK117770 1996-04-24 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewal of BH148500 Rec’d 1994/04/28 @14:02 as to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed By BM112974


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Judgment BT131131 2002-04-23 10:37 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewed of BP98800 As to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Judgment BT131132 2002-04-23 10:37 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewed of BP98802 As to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Judgment BT131133 2002-04-23 10:37 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewed of BP98803 As to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed by BW160467

09:15 Judgment BW160467 2004-04-22 11:13 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewal of BT131133, See BP98803 As to an undivided ½ interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton

Judgment BJ372929 1995-12-04 13:27 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed By BL409131

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Judgment BJ15047 1995-01-18 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to Gordon Stanford Hutton’s Undivided One Third Interest Renewed By BL5661


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COURT BAILIFF SALE OF LAND In the Supreme Court of British Columbia and in the matter of Royal Bank of Canada/Banque Royale Du Canada (Petitioner) and Allen Gordon Hutton (Respondent). By virtue of an Order issued out of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, dated the 19th day of March, 2013, Vancouver Registry S113927 and made by Honourable Justice Russell, I will sell by sealed tender all right, title and interest of the Respondent: Allen Gordon Hutton, in and to the following lands and premises more particularly known and described as:


Judgment BL5661 1997-01-07 14:39 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewal of BJ15047 Rec’d. 1995-01-18 @09:15 As to Gordon Stanford Hutton’s Undivided 1/3 interest. Judgment BL409131 1997-12-04 10:27 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewal of BJ1372929 As to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton

Judgment BW504793 2004-11-22 13:02 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to the interest of Allen Gordon Hutton Judgment BX310256 2005-02-15 13:52 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to the undivided 1/3 interest of Allen Gordon Hutton Judgment BB1718568 2010-11-05 11:10 Registered Owner of Charge: Royal Bank of Canada Remarks: As to the interest of Allen Gordon Hutton Renewed By CA2751469 Certificate of Pending Litigation BB1960225 2011-06-13 Registered Owner of Charge: Royal Bank of Canada Judgment CA2751469 2012-09-04 Registered Owner of Charge: Royal Bank of Canada Remarks: Renewal of BB1718568 As to the interest of Allen Gordon Hutton



Judgment BM112974 1998-04-21 14:40 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewal of BH148500 (See also BK117770) Rec’d 1994/04/28 @ 14:02 as to the undivided 1/3 interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed By BP89114

“CAUTION – Charges may not appear in order of priority. See Section 28 L.T.A.”

Judgment BP89114 2000-04-19 13:37 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: Renewal of BH148500 (See BK117770 and BM112974)

Condition of Sale: Sealed tenders marked “HUTTON” will be accepted at the office of J. Milton, Senior Court Bailiff, 4508 Beedie Street, Burnaby, BC V5J 5L2 until October 11th, 2013 at 2:00 pm

Judgment BP98800 2005-05-01 12:58 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to the interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed by BT131131 Judgment BP98801 2000-05-01 12:58 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to the interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed by BT131130 Judgment BP98802 2000-05-01 12:59 Registered Owner of Charge: Charlein Booty Remarks: As to the interest of Gordon Stanford Hutton Renewed by BT131132

Duplicate Indefeasible Title: None outstanding Transfers: None Pending Applications: None

Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque drawn in favour of Consolidated Civil Enforcement BC Inc. - Court Bailiff Division for a minimum of 10% of the total bid. The successful bidder shall pay the balance of the bid within ten (10) days of the Notice of Acceptance from the Court Bailiff. Time is of the essence. If the balance is not paid, the bidder will forfeit his/her deposit. The highest cash offer will be accepted unless the offer fails to meet a sufficiency of price in the Court Bailiff ’s opinion, in which case the Court Bailiff reserves the right to adjourn the sale. Such sale is subject to Court approval. Potential bidders are advised that before bidding on this sale, they should obtain information concerning encumbrances registered against the property, transfer of the Title, etc., either personally or through their solicitor from the Land Title Office, New Westminster, B.C. J. Milton, Senior Court Bailiff

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