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Maple leaf now world famous Would-be challengers vie for maple leaf supremacy, but competitors have yet to measure up

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by Matthew Hoekstra Staff Reporter Hugh McRoberts classmates delivered the news to Arzoo Tanwar last week. Her family, well, it was famous. Her Grade 8 chums made the discovery while leafing through a fresh copy of Guinness World Records 2014. Inside is the Richmond family and its record-breaking icon of Canada: a maple leaf broad enough to be named largest in the world. The family of five officially set the record in 2010 after enduring a rigorous verification process that included the support of Richmond East MLA Linda Reid. Once the certificate arrived from the Guinness organization, it found a home below the framed maple leaf in the Tanwar family room. The “Largest Maple Leaf” record first appeared on the Guinness website but, until now, never in the famed hardcover book. Mom Ekta Tanwar said with so many records being set, the family figured the foliage feat wasn’t destined for print. “We were just happy when we got the certificate,” she said. “It was quite a fun thing for us and our kids.” Learning last Friday the

Matthew Hoekstra photo Jai, 4, Radha, 8, and Arzoo, 13, in their Richmond home with the family’s record-setting maple leaf.

landmark leaf made it to print proved good timing. Just hours after daughter Arzoo told her family, another maple leaf made the six o’clock news. A Victoria woman was claiming to have found one bigger. Not so, as it turns out. The Tanwar leaf is 53 centimetres (20.86 inches) wide and 52.2 centimetres (20.55 inches) long. The stem itself measures 32.5 centimetres (12.79

inches)—a measurement the Victoria woman included in her length calculation. Plenty of other would-be record breakers have surfaced since the Tanwar family’s feat. But so far, none have measured up—or gone through the required rigorous review. Yet it was another claim of maple leaf mastery that originally prompted the Tanwar family to pursue the world

record. Vikas had found the leaf near Spanish Banks in Vancouver in 2009. After reading a newspaper story about a boy’s claim of having the largest leaf, the landscape designer pulled out a ruler. The Tanwar family leaf was much larger, putting the official Guinness record in sight. Will the record ever be broken? “Well of course. Records are

made to be broken. But it is not us that decides that,” said Ekta. “I’m sure there must be some leaf out there bigger than this, but the question is, has it been found?” The record is one of two Guinness records set in Richmond. The other, “Most people in a nursery rhyme singing relay,” was achieved just last summer at the Richmond Maritime Festival.

A Delta man is now facing 16 criminal charges, a number that may still grow, in connection with Sunday’s violent crime spree across three cities that began in Richmond. Jonathon Gerald Leblanc, 30, is charged with robbery, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon in connection to a stabbing and carjacking at a home on Deerfield Crescent. The victim of the stabbing remains in hospital, in serious but stable condition, according to a resident of the home who saw him for a few minutes on Wednesday. The homeowner answered a knock at the front door around 6:45 p.m. Sunday, and was overpowered by a man who held a screwdriver to his neck until a family member handed over a key to a Honda Accord parked outside. The homeowner was repeatedly stabbed by the home invader, with at least one of the injuries piercing his heart, necessitating open-heart surgery Sunday. Provincial crown spokesperson Neil Mackenzie said Leblanc is also charged with: •robbery, assault causing bodily harm, and assault with a weapon against a second victim; See Page 3

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Beam me up, Cambie Students to chat with astronauts on the International Space Station by Martin van den Hemel Staff Reporter

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chance to chat with astronauts aboard the International Space Station doesn’t come along very often.

But a handful of students at H.J. Cambie Secondary hope to do precisely that this March, as the satellite whizzes by more than 300 kilometres overhead at speeds approaching 28,000 kilometres per hour—almost eight kilometres per second—for a brief six-minute communication window. The opportunity comes courtesy teacher Cambie science teacher Karen Ibbott—who made the successful application to the ARISS (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station) program—and the technical expertise of the Richmond Amateur Radio Club, which is throwing its support, equipment and manpower behind the effort. The local hobbyist radio club’s members were busy Wednesday camped outside Cambie’s brick walls, braving the downpour as they ran through the first of several mock exercises they plan for the coming weeks, setting up the antennas, rolling out cables, and connecting amplifiers with radios, computers and generators. They want to work out all the bugs long before the big show, which is happening at a still-unconfirmed date in the first two weeks of March. Wednesday’s exercise buoyed their confidence, though they did identify a couple of areas that could be improved, said Kishore Nair, a 10-year member of the club and an electronics technician with Seaspan Marine who does radio communication as both a profession and a hobby. The March long-distance call to outer space will be near the culmination of a school-wide effort to make this an unforgettable teaching moment. Cambie vice-principal Erica Schmidt said it presents a chance for students to become uniquely engaged in learning. “It’s really a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity...It’s become a real crosscurricular experience for our school.” Home economics, math, French, music and science teachers have come together to come up with ways to engage students well in advance of the event, she said. In Karen Ibbott’s science class, talk-

Martin van den Hemel photo Richmond Amateur Radio Club’s Kishore Nair (left), holding an egg beater-style antenna, is part of the team that will try to patch local students through to astronauts flying as much as 400 kilometres overhead on the International Space Station. Nair is joined by fellow club members Steven Uy, Charles Cohen, Jim Lavery, and Brian Summers, along with H.J. Cambie science teacher Karen Ibbott, Cambie student Janice Callangan, and vice-principal Erica Schmidt.

ing about radio waves and the electro magnetic spectrum might normally get many eyes to glaze over. But making those fundamental physics concepts real in the context of both space exploration and students’ everyday lives—like the science behind cellular phone and radio communication—will help make March’s event special. The goal of the ARISS radio program is to spark an interest among students in the sciences, technology, engineering and math, which providing an educational opportunity for students, teachers and the general public. Kishore Nair explained a few students will speak directly to at least one astronaut, through a radio that’s operated by a licensed local amateur operator, and connected to an antenna that will be set up by the local radio club’s members on Cambie Secondary’s roof. Guided by a computer and powered by a motor, the antennae will track the space station as it swiftly moves across the sky, from horizon to horizon, providing a direct means of communication. Nair will have four computers lined

up, side by side, each with its own operator, in the event a problem— such as the computer crashing at an inopportune time—is encountered. A secondary antenna, known as an egg beater, will also serve as a backup to the main tracking antenna. While Cambie students will be exclusively chatting with the astronauts through a secure uplink, anybody who’s dialed in to the right frequency will be able to listen in on the astronaut’s responses as they are transmitted back down to earth. Two gymnasiums will be set up in the school to allow the entire student body at Cambie to listen in. It’s still unclear whether students will get to see the astronauts as well as hear them via a video feed that could accompany the radio communication, Nair said. Organizers at Cambie are eager to share their good fortune with the rest of the community, including other schools that may want to participate in some fashion, perhaps even have it simulcast in other schools or venues. Richmond-based high-tech firm MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates has already jumped on board, and

will be providing the keynote speech on the big day. Also participating is Vancouverbased firm UrtheCast Corp., which is developing the world’s first near-live high-definition video feed of Earth from space in a joint initiative with Russia and the United Kingdom. It hopes to have two high-def cameras installed on the International Space Station later this month, according to a press release issued Tuesday. Schmidt said that as the scope of the March event grows, so do the costs involved, including for the audio-visual component which carries a ticket price north of $10,000. “We would love to see this event be something...that our whole community can participate in,” she said. From the perspective of the amateur radio club members, putting their hobby knowledge into action presents an amazing and

“This is high on the cool factor.” — Charles Cohen

fun challenge. “This is high on the cool factor,” said five-year club member Charles Cohen. All are keen on the idea of kindling a broader interest in the amateur radio club (www.rarclub.ca), which has about 40 members. There are some 400 licenced amateur radio operators in Richmond, with equipment capable of reaching other people around the world. During major natural disasters, the first communication often involves amateur radio operators, who play a critical role in ferrying information outside the region and to the rest of the world. Said fellow club member Jim Lavery: “When the big one hits and the power goes off, all I need is a 12-volt battery and a piece of wire, and I’m in business.” For those interested in participating in the International Space Station project, call Cambie Secondary at 604-668-6430. Anybody with technical radio questions, or who want to listen in, can e-mail the radio club at ve7rar@rac.ca for more information.

Other charges are possible in multi-city crime rampage From Page 1 • robbery, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon against a third victim; • assault with a weapon against a fourth victim; • robbery of a fifth victim; • assault with a weapon against a sixth victim;

• dangerous driving, mischief and failing to remain at an accident scene in relation to an incident that occurred in Vancouver; • failing to stop a motor vehicle being pursued by police in Surrey. Leblanc’s next court appearance is scheduled

for Jan. 16, for a bail hearing in Vancouver provincial court. Mackenzie said the Crown may receive additional investigative material, and since this is an ongoing police investigation, other charges are possible.

None of the charges involve the initial crash on Highway 99, near Highway 91, in which Leblanc is suspected of driving his vehicle into the back of another vehicle, and then fleeing the scene, which is close to the Deerfield property where the homeowner was attacked.


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Notice of Public Hearing Monday, January 20, 2014 – 7 p.m. Council Chambers, Richmond City Hall 6911 No. 3 Rd. Richmond BC V6Y 2C1 | Tel: 604-276-4000 Fax: 604-278-5139

TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the City of Richmond will hold a Public Hearing as noted above, on the following items: 1.

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RICHMOND ZONING BYLAW 8500, AMENDMENT BYLAW 9082 (RZ 13-645313) Location/s: 7491 Lindsay Road Applicant/s: 0868256 BC Ltd. Purpose: To rezone the subject property from “Single Detached (RS1/E)” to “Single Detached (RS2/B)”, to permit the property to be subdivided to create two (2) lots. City Contact: Cynthia Lussier 604.276.4108 Planning and Development Department BYLAW 9082

RICHMOND ZONING BYLAW 8500, AMENDMENT BYLAW 9087 (RZ 11-589989) Location/s: 9051 and 9055 Dayton Avenue Applicant/s: Yamamoto Architecture Inc. Purpose of Official Community Plan Bylaw 9000, Amendment Bylaw 9085: To redesignate 9051 Dayton Avenue from “Community Institutional” to “Neighbourhood Residential” in the Specific Richmond Neighbourhoods Policy and in Attachment 1 to Schedule 1 (City of Richmond 2041 OCP Land Use Map). Purpose of Official Community Plan Bylaw 7100, Amendment Bylaw 9086: To redesignate 9051 Dayton Avenue from “Public, Institutional & Open Space” to “Low Density Residential” in Schedule 2.6A (Ash Street Sub-Area Plan). Purpose of Richmond Zoning Bylaw 8500, Amendment Bylaw 9087: To rezone the subject location from the “Assembly (ASY)” zone and “Land Use Contract 165” to “Low Density Townhouses (RTL2)”, to permit development of a 25-unit townhouse development. City Contact: Sara Badyal 604.276.4282 Planning and Development Department BYLAWS 9085, 9086 AND 9087

RICHMOND ZONING BYLAW 8500, AMENDMENT BYLAW 9083 (ZT 13-630050) Location/s: 11580 Cambie Road Applicant/s: Pacific Land Group Purpose: To amend the “Community Commercial (CC)” zone to permit a type 2 retail liquor store at the subject location in unit 185 of the 11700 Cambie Road building. City Contact: Sara Badyal 604.276.4282 Planning and Development Department BYLAW 9083

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OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN BYLAW 9000, AMENDMENT BYLAW 9085; OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN BYLAW 7100, AMENDMENT BYLAW 9086; AND

RICHMOND ZONING BYLAW 8500, AMENDMENT BYLAW 9088 (RZ 13-645746) Location/s: 8951 Heather Street Applicant/s: Kulwinder Pooni Purpose: To rezone the subject property from “Single Detached (RS1/B)” to “Single Detached (RS2/A)”, to permit the property to be subdivided to create two (2) lots. City Contact: Cynthia Lussier 604.276.4108 Planning and Development Department

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RICHMOND ZONING BYLAW 8500, AMENDMENT BYLAW 9089 (ZT 13-636744) Location/s: 16540 River Road Applicant/s: Virdi Pacific Holdings Ltd. Purpose: To amend the “Light Industrial (IL)” zoning district to allow outdoor storage as a permitted use on the property located at 16540 River Road. City Contact: Kevin Eng 604.247.4626 Planning and Development Department BYLAW 9089

How to obtain further information: • By Phone: If you have questions or concerns, please call the CITY CONTACT shown above. • On the City Website: Public Hearing Agendas, including staff reports and the proposed bylaws, are available on the City Website at http://www.richmond.ca/cityhall/council/ agendas/hearings/2014.htm • At City Hall: Copies of the proposed bylaw, supporting staff and Committee reports and other background material, are also available for inspection at the Planning & Development Department at City Hall, between the hours of 8:15 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday, except statutory holidays, commencing January 10, 2014 and ending January 20, 2014, or upon the conclusion of the hearing • By Fax or Mail: Staff reports and the proposed

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Richmond MLA leads apology charge Teresa Wat says education is key by Matthew Hoekstra and Tom Fletcher Black Press A Richmond MLA is urging all British Columbians to have a say in a planned apology to the Chinese community. “All British Columbians need to be a part of this important process if it is to have the currency it needs to be truly meaningful,” said Teresa Wat, Richmond Centre MLA and minister responsible for trade and multiculturalism, in an opinion piece released Thursday. Wat said she wanted to make it clear everyone is welcome to attend a series of forums being held throughout B.C. to prepare for the formal apology, expected during the spring legislature session. The consultations will help determine the wording and delivery of the apology for historical wrongs, but no further financial compensation is being considered. “We can’t undo the past but we can move forward and leave a legacy for future generations by educating them about the past,” said Wat, adding the apology must receive

Black Press photo Teresa Wat is planning a formal apology to the province’s Chinese community in the B.C. legislature this spring.

full support in the Legislature and be “completely non-partisan.” One of seven forums is planned for Richmond on Jan. 28 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport. At a news conference in Vancouver Wednesday, the B.C. NDP released its own history of B.C.’s official efforts at racial discrimination, from denying the vote to Chinese and Indian immigrants in 1872 to efforts to restrict Asian immigration in the 1930s. NDP leader Adrian Dix said the dossier of racist actions by B.C. legislators is intended to accompany an apology to people of Chinese

descent that the provincial government plans to deliver in the legislature this spring. “I think it’s important that we take this work seriously, and that it not be just a one-day apology, but that it leads to reconciliation,” he said. The NDP package mostly duplicates material posted by the B.C. government on a dedicated website, www.embracebc.ca. The NDP records are at www.bcndpcaucus.ca. Dix said the documents will be used for an educational event with B.C. students in February, to get their suggestions on how the modern provincial government should respond. Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a formal apology to Chinese Canadians in 2006, and the federal government paid $20,000 each to families of immigrants who paid the “head tax” that was designed to deter Chinese immigration to Canada. An apology to residents of Chinese descent was postponed last year after a document from Premier Christy Clark’s staff was leaked, describing a plan to use that and other ethnic appeals to build support for the B.C. Liberal Party. Clark’s government issued a formal apology for the World War II-era internment of Japanese residents in May 2012.

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Notice of Public Hearing Monday, January 20, 2014 – 7 p.m. Council Chambers, Richmond City Hall 6911 No. 3 Rd. Richmond BC V6Y 2C1 | Tel: 604-276-4000 Fax: 604-278-5139

Notice of Public Hearing continued bylaws may also be obtained by FAX or by standard mail, by calling 604.276.4007 between the hours of 8:15 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday, except statutory holidays, commencing January 10, 2014 and ending January 20, 2014. Participating in the Public Hearing process: • The Public Hearing is open to all members of the public. If you believe that you are affected by the proposed bylaw, you may make a presentation or

submit written comments at the Public Hearing. If you are unable to attend, you may send your written comments to the City Clerk’s Office by 4 pm on the date of the Public Hearing as follows: • By E-mail: using the on-line form at http://www. richmond.ca/cityhall/council/hearings/about.htm • By Standard Mail: 6911 No. 3 Road, Richmond, BC, V6Y 2C1, Attention: Director, City Clerk’s Office • By Fax: 604.278.5139, Attention: Director, City Clerk’s Office • Public Hearing Rules: For information on public

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and require a larger recruitment effort. “Also we always seek to hire a high calibre of employees, and attracting the best quality candidates often requires a more proactive approach as opposed to simply passively posting job opportunities on our website.” Townsend also noted the city is not unlike other large organizations—with a large number of baby boomers, many approaching retirement. The result is an increase in staff turnover. “That also contributes to increased competition for qualified, experienced candidates as many other organizations are facing the same challenges, which further fuels the need for proactive recruitment efforts.”

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sued Tuesday. The contract is scheduled to be awarded next month. “The city’s preferred advertising medium for its recruitment needs is online, whether this be through: traditional job board postings, niche websites, association eblasts, creating an online recruitment presence/forum to engage candidates,” the proposal document states, adding the city may require print advertising “on an as needed and requested basis.” Richmond employs over 1,800 people at city hall, the works yard, recreation facilities, RCMP headquarters and fire halls. City spokesperson Ted Townsend said the city posts an average of 200 jobs each year. He said some positions are more difficult to fill

Highway 99 commuters in Richmond got an unexpected show mid-afternoon Tuesday, when Mounties performed a Code 5, guns-drawn takedown on a blue sedan near Cambie Road. RCMP Cpl. Robert McDonald, of the Lower Mainland District Traffic Services, told The Richmond Review Wednesday that police received a report of a suspicious incident at or near the border along with a vehicle description. A Deas Island Freeway Patrol cruiser spotted the vehicle along the highway as it neared the Oak Street Bridge

around 3 p.m. The vehicle pulled over to the side of the road, and two people were arrested, including the male driver, McDonald said. Several bags with suspected narcotics were seized, and tests to determine the type of narcotic were going to be performed. The arrest took a matter of minutes, and went off without incident, McDonald said. McDonald said he believes the suspicious occurrence took place along Zero Avenue, between two border crossings, likely the Peace Arch Crossing and the truck crossing.

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EDITORIAL: Assault a crime in any forest

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f a tree falls in a forest, and nobody is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

In the hockey world, this philosophical question about observation/reality creates an interesting debate when it comes to crime. If a player punches an official in a hockey rink, and nobody reports it to police, is it a criminal code offence? The answer, according to Richmond Mounties, is no. Unless somebody calls police, which would trigger an investigation, it’s as if nothing happened, according to a senior local Mountie.

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Well, no, according to the Richmond RCMP. And if the Richmond RCMP weren’t called to investigate, it’s as if it never happened. The idea that teenagers are taught that strapping on skates exempts them from the laws of the land, is ludicrous. No, this isn’t about fighting between players, which is a different debate. This is about hockey player violence in general, which in this case reportedly required the hockey official to be taken to hospital. A fight between consenting

adults or teenagers is one thing. When a referee is the victim, it’s time for a complete re-examination, as this teenager clearly crossed the line. Relying on the hockey associations involved in the incident to mete out justice, is folly. One phone call to the police about that incident would not just get them involved, but it would uncover the truth that the public deserves to know, and send a crystal clear message to the teen and his family, one from an objective perspective that’s not influenced by those invested in Canada favourite pastime.

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And therein lies the problem, which has nothing to do with police, and everything to do with hockey’s misguided culture that encompasses players, coaches, parents and fans. Two weeks ago, during the Richmond International Midget International Hockey Tournament, a hockey player reportedly lost his cool and vented his frustration on an official. But did a single person observing this apparent assault—if you believe a hockey coach who described the unusual scene to a TV news cameraman the following day—call the police?

appppyNewwwwYearrrrr fills the entire room and what little gray matter I have left between my ears. All three hands on the clock incriminate 12 as the reason for all the hoopla.

The start of a new year, the chance to start anew. January the oneth. Two minutes later I break my wife’s new years resolution (for me) as I trace a line with my belt buckle all around the first three inches of the midnight buffet. She decided one of my new year’s resolutions was to cut down on my calorie intake. Lose 30 pounds (if you speak metric it's like getting in the car and doing 50 km/h which is 30 mph then just switch it to weight) she decided it would be one of my resolution for this year. I countered by promising never to eat more than I can lift at any one time, which my plate, at his very point in time is challenging me with. Plate piled high, but moveable, veins in my forearms and forehead protruding, I carefully navigate toward a feeding area and trip over a sleeping grand kid. Second new year resolution breaks as I attempt to stay upright and verbally express my disappointment and shock as my first broken resolution, and grandmas, now broken, country estate pattern hit the floor. And then, the once sleeping angelic cherub, turns on me and announces that another loonie was to occupy the potty mouth jar. In my defence, it wasn’t an adult swear word. I just happened to mention an immovable object that holds back water as my, not one, but three chins and midnight snack were hitting the floor. But, it’s a word the grand kids had started to use as an adjective a little too often. Sometimes three to a sentence. So it came to be that loonies would suffer in an airtight jar at the top of the shelf every time that word and certain other words were used.

Two new year’s resolutions down and the hands in the clock were closer together than my thumb and index finger. How many more resolutions would end on this night? How many were there? She had made me a list but I had left it at home. That in itself could be a violation of a resolution. I have come to believe that new year’s resolutions are a women’s thing. Let's face it ladies if it were up to us guys we would just keep going wayward in all our bad habits. We could be 30 pounds (again refer to my driving analogy) overweight, walk naked past a full length mirror, suck in our gut and with two fingers pointed at our reflection, like the bartender from The Love Boat, make a clicking sound between our teeth and gums and pity the poor woman who could refuse this. If a guy ever starts to feel like he might be getting a bit too excessive in any one bad habit we just look for an example worse than ourselves and find comfort that we aren’t as bad as “that guy.” And it doesn’t even have to be the same fault! When a woman perceives herself overweight she is always jealous of skinnier women and will set goals to loose weight. With guys if, let’s say, he’s 30 pounds (you’ve figured it out by now) overweight and might somehow feel less than perfect, he doesn’t look at a healthier male as a goal but rather finds fault in his choice of vehicles to better his self image. “Phffft the guy drives a 64 split window Corvette. Thing has a huge blind spot!” So what if you've gone from eye candy to eye broccoli! Happy happy happy is the couple where the wife has dropped that girlfriend promise they all make to each other. “I’m going to change him.” You know that promise all you women make when you announce to your friends of your intended betrothed. “If he asks me to marry I'll say yes. Oh I know he's always kidding around, he’’s overweight, has no sense of style and his hair is a disaster but I promise you once were married I’ll change him into

Bob Niles caroon If a guy ever starts to feel like he might be getting a bit too excessive in any one bad habit we just look for an example worse than ourselves and find comfort that we aren’t as bad as “that guy.”

the man I've always wanted.” And with the start of each new year you revisit that challenge you’ve placed on yourself by encouraging him to look inward and make a resolution to do better. Or you take a more proactive approach and make him a list. It seems like the only day of the year it's appropriate. Oh sure you think a change is needed every time you look at him as he watches his Scooby-Doo cartoons. All in his sweat pants finery, with his matching ripped t-shirt. That once crazy head of hair now all wispy and thin as it clings on, fights the good fight to remain on his head. And it's not like he can’t grow hair cause now his back, ears and nose all support some sort of exotic growth. Well at least he doesn’t laugh so much anymore. Life sorta solved that problem. So ladies as you enter your “Stop-n-Start” season, we on the sidelines wish you well. As you stop the many things you perceive in your life as wrong or bad, and

start to do better in mind, body and soul go forth knowing we are somewhere behind you. We might notice your hair is cut different, or you’ve lost a few pounds or you've adopted a favorite frock rather than buy a new one. We might.....Then again, we might not. But please forgive us we're men. This is a rough season for us as you go about trying to better with your life and us along with it. You go girl! Do your thing! But we're happy minding the small things that somehow take up our time. Men take comfort as you watch the wife and her girlfriend power walk out of the driveway. They and many women like them all walking and jogging around the neighborhood while you with coffee and doughnut in hand survey their struggles from the comfort of your domain. To us January the oneth is college football, not a day to get all excited about changing things all around. Relax. Turn up the thermostat...oh poop! It's metric. Excuse me I’ve got to go to the car.


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Oil producers need to meet B.C.’s demands Editor: There is a largely overlooked background issue with regard to the proposed Vancouver Airport Fuel Facilities Corporation fuel delivery project that also needs to be considered. VAFFC argues that the Chevron refinery in Burnaby cannot meet its needs. While most of the discussion revolves around the viability of the existing Burnaby to YVR jet fuel pipeline, the elephant in the room getting little or no mention is that the Chevron refinery is unable to operate at full capacity. This is because more and more of the synthetic crude arriving from Alberta via the current Kinder Morgan pipeline is being diverted away from the refinery to be shipped to higher paying offshore customers via tankers through Vancouver harbour. Chevron has speculated that it may even have to shut the Burnaby refinery down if it does not get enough of the synthetic crude coming from Alberta. The existing Burnaby-to-YVR jet fuel pipeline is also operated by Kinder Morgan. Given that less jet fuel runs through the line, Kinder Morgan has indicated that it may have to shut it down and is demanding higher rates to keep it operating at less than optimal capacity driving jet fuel prices up. This uncertainty is a major contributor to VAFFC’s quest for other sources of jet fuel. It’s not so much that the Chevron refinery in Burnaby isn't capable of producing more jet fuel, it cannot as its crude supply is being choked off in favour of offshore customers. In other words this, to a large extent is an artificial problem. The National Energy Board denied a “priority destination designation” for the Burnaby refinery in July. Alberta-based oil producers shipping their product through the Kinder Morgan crude pipeline understandably want to sell to the highest bidders. Unfortunately domestic refiners are typically not the highest bidders so they’d rather sell to offshore customers without regard to B.C.’s (Lower Mainland) strategic interests. It’s about time that the federal government introduced regulations that ensures oil producers meet domestic (B.C. refinery) demand if the National Energy Board remains blind to B.C.’s needs. The irony is that if they do not, Lower Mainland fuel costs will increase even more and there will be a lot more trucks laden with Alberta and Washington State refined gasoline on our highways than jet fuel trucks from Cherry Point to YVR. Frank Suto Richmond

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news Richmond real estate is both up and down What’s the state of the local real estate market? Well, that answer depends on if you’re looking at it monthover-month versus year-over-year. According to the latest figures from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, December sales of single detached houses and townhomes were down from the month prior. House sales were down 18.3 per cent in December 2013 compared to November, though the median selling price was up more than 17 per cent. Townhouse sales fell sharply, down 35 per cent in that same span, with the median selling price falling more than nine per cent. Condo sales rose slightly, month-over-month, up 6.7 per cent, though the median price dropped a little more than four per cent. But from a year-over-year perspective, December of 2013 was downright rosy. House and condo sales more than doubled compared to December of 2012, with selling prices also edging higher, up 7.4 per cent and 3.8 per cent. Townhouse sales were also up more than 22 per cent, though the median selling prices slipped three per cent. “Home sales quietly improved last year compared to 2012, although the volume of activity didn’t compare to some of the record-breaking years we experienced over the last decade,” said board president Sandra Wyant. “It was a year of stability for the Greater Vancouver housing market. Balanced conditions allowed home prices in the region to remain steady, with just a modest increase over the last 12 months.” Last year’s home sale total ranked as the third-lowest annual total in the region in the last decade. —Martin van den Hemel

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by Tom Fletcher Black Press Supplies of influenza vaccine are still available to B.C. residents, despite high demand as the H1N1 strain of the virus has returned, provincial health officials say. Cases since the current flu season began in December have shown a shift towards people aged 20 to 69, rather than the very young and the elderly who are typically most vulnerable. There have been severe cases involving healthy, younger people and two deaths have been confirmed, one in the Okanagan and one on Vancouver Island. The main strain of influenza to emerge this winter is a descendent of the H1N1 that prompted the largest vaccination in Canadian history in 2009-10, when the illness was declared a global pandemic. Provincial health officer Dr. Perry Kendall said the B.C. health ministry purchased a record 1.4 million doses of the current vaccine, which offers immunity to H1N1 and other strains. Some doctors’ offices and pharmacies have run out as demand has been higher than last year. “We have supplies currently available, but it’s conceivable that if demand continues to be high, we’ll use up all of those 1.4 million doses,” Kendall said Wednesday. “So I wouldn’t call it a vaccine shortage, I’d call it an unusually high demand.” The Health Ministry has a website for information on influenza and other vaccinations, with a guide to finding local flu clinics, at www.immunizebc.ca. Flu season typically runs from December to April.

Black Press files Influenza shots are in high demand with the return of the H1N1.

Kendall said in an average year, between 10 and 20 per cent of B.C. residents contract the virus, with about 2,000 sick enough to be hospitalized and 500 deaths, mostly people with underlying conditions. Seasonal influenza is mainly a respiratory illness, with symptoms of coughing, fever, headache and muscle ache that typically last from seven to 10 days. It can be complicated by pneumonia and worsen underlying conditions such as heart disease. Kendall said confirmation of North America’s first case of H5N1 “bird flu” is not a cause for public concern, because that strain is typically caught from poultry and rarely transmitted from person to person. A traveller returning from China to Edmonton via Vancouver International Airport during the Christmas season became ill and died Jan. 3.

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A Richmond RCMP officer who was involved in a hit-and-run collision on Highway 17 in Delta two years ago, won’t have his name appear on a public database because he was handed a conditional discharge. RCMP Cpl. Tony Bernard, whose full name is Antonious Alexander Bernard, received a conditional discharge, a one-year driving ban, a one-year term of probation and a $1,500 victim surcharge after pleading guilty to one count of dangerous driving. The other charges against him—impaired driving, refusing to provide a breath sample and failing to stop at an accident scene—were stayed. A curious reader of The Richmond Review questioned late last month why there’d been no follow-up to the original story, and a search of Court Services Online’s website, a public database of criminal and traffic court cases, came up empty. On Monday, The Richmond Review received an explanation from CSO Support. “The principles governing access policy balance the right of the public to transparency in the administration of justice with the right of the individual to privacy. In keeping with the legislative and policy requirements, the following criminal court records do not appear on the Court Services Online site: youth matters, convictions resulting in a pardon or record suspension, charges resulting in a stay or discharge, files sealed by order of the court,” CSO Support wrote in an e-mail. “The application of the legislative, court rule and judicial policy requirements directed by the judiciary is applied at a system level on Court Services Online and not applied at an individual case level.” Bernard was stopped by a Delta police officer after a complaint from a driver who’d been sideswiped on Sept. 15, 2011. The complainant managed to jot down the car’s licence plate and follow it until police arrived. —Martin van den Hemel


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concurrently. Images highlighted the immeasurable contrast between the beauty of the child and the serenity of the rural setting, and the horrible aftermath. According to the report, the parents of the child resolved to memorialize their daughter by dedicating themselves to working to change the culture around drinking and driving. Ultimately, we are told, they concluded, along with other lobbyists (Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), for one) that legislative changes were the best way to achieve their goal. The resulting legislative program is summarized focusing particularly on the new lower .05 BAC level, and the police powers to impose immediate consequences including on-the-spot impoundment, license suspension, fines and penalties. Enforcement of the new program, the report goes on to say, began in late 2010 and it caused “an uproar.” We are told about the civil libertarian objections to the program and the practical difficulties and losses it caused for the bars and restaurants throughout the province. But then we are shown graphs of the results—the dramatic plunge in fatalities in Year 1 and Year 2 resulting in a net decline of over 50% in drunk driving caused fatalities. Why this legislative program has worked so well is analyzed by academics from the University of Victoria and this is echoed by statements by the dead child’s mother: the severity of the consequences, the suddenness of their imposition, the high level of enforcement and the fact that all of these elements were well-publicized. The report mentions the legal challenges to the program including the functioning of the roadside testing machines and the adequacy of the appeals process, but concludes by saying that the heart of it remains intact. …by Cedric Hughes, Barrister & Solicitor with regular weekly contributions from Leslie McGuffin, LL.B.

Personal Injury Law, ICBC Claims “Experienced representation for serious injuries” Paul Duchart file photo Irene Frith was the winner of last year’s Ethel Tibbits Pioneer Award.

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Alzheimer Society’s Walk for Memories returns to BCIT Aerospace campus by Matthew Hoekstra Staff Reporter A fundraising walk for the Alzheimer Society of B.C. is set for Sunday, Jan. 26 at the BCIT Aerospace Technology Campus. The Investors Group Walk for Memories in Richmond-South Delta is dedicated to Elizabeth Stewart. A 66-year-old native of Scotland, Stewart started her journey with Alzheimer’s disease as a caregiver to her parents. At age 60, Stewart herself started to show signs of the disease. Three years later the Delta mother of three was diagnosed. She continues to live with the disease today, with support from the Alzheimer Society of B.C. According to the society, 70,000 British Columbians are living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. Age is the greatest known risk factor—the risk doubles

Amanda Oye file photo The Investors Group Walk for Memories is set for Sunday, Jan. 26 at the BCIT campus on Sea Island. Michael Tham, seen here with his family Andrew, Patrick and Susa, was honoured at last year’s walk in Richmond.

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Guided walks set to stroll to Steveston Garry Point Park, Railway Greenway among two locations in Richmond’s 2014 winter/spring walking series The city’s 2014 winter/spring walking series makes its way to Steveston later this month. On Saturday, Jan. 18 at 10 a.m., a free, fun and safe-guided walk takes place along the Railway Greenway trail. People of all ages are invited to explore this new multi-use pathway that meanders through several neighbourhoods and connects the Fraser River Middle Arm and Steveston waterfront. The meeting place is at the Branscombe House, 4900 Steveston Hwy., at Railway Avenue. Another walk is scheduled for Saturday, Feb.

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arts & entertainment Learn about board game programming Richmond Public Library will be offering free workshops on board game programming. Presenter Grant Castillou will be demonstrating the basics of how computer software facilitates online board games via

visual aid computer programs. An understanding of chess or checkers would be helpful. The programs are happening on: •Jan. 21 at Ironwood, 4 – 5 p.m. for children, ages 7 and up •Jan. 23 at Brighouse, Commu-

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The cup holder is large and the centre armrest has a massive storage area inside; this is thanks to the removal of the stowaway seat that used to hide under the centre armrest. Now in the second row of seats there are three permanent seats or two captain’s chairs in the top Limited model. The previous hideaway idea was simple but not so comfortable. The biggest change takes place in the third row of seats, where three people can sit rather than just two. In addition,

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there is 100L of cargo space behind the third row of seats offering much better functionality. It has all the interior amenities that one expects in a modern three-row crossover, even a system that allows the driver’s voice to be amplified through the stereo for easier conversations with passengers in the very back, but there seems to be a lack of sophistication compared to its competition. Drive The previous Highlander was available with a 4-cylinder engine and front wheel drive (FWD). It’s with a standard 3.5L V6 with 270hp, matched to a 6-speed automatic transmission, also with FWD. The starting price stays at $31,680; factoring in the backup camera there is good value here. When it arrives later this month, the base LE with all wheel drive (AWD) starts at $34,180. I think most people will opt for the LE with convenience package that includes 8-way power driver’s seat, heated front seats, three-zone climate control, satellite radio and leather steering wheel to name a few. This brings the price up to $34,480 for the FWD and $36,980 for the AWD. On the road, the AWD system sends power to just the front wheels as often as possible with only 10 per cent of the torque shifting when cornering. The system has the ability to shift or lock up to 50 per cent of the power for better traction but limiting it to times

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arts & entertainment New year brings new Richmond comedy show Four comedians will take to a Richmond stage on Saturday for the Vancity Winter Comedy Extravaganza. Set for Jan. 11 from 8 to 10 p.m., the show at River Rock Show Theatre will feature comics Dino Archie, Ivan Decker, Graham Clark and Amir Kamyab (aka Amir K). Archie is a Los Angeles native residing in Vancouver, which is also the home of Clark, who has appeared at Just for Laughs and is a winner of the Yuk Yuk’s Great Canadian Laugh Off. Decker has appeared at the Montreal and Toronto Just for Laughs festivals and has a half-hour CTV comedy special under his belt. L.A.based Amir K is set to star in a new MTV “unhidden” camera prank series Jerks With Cameras. Tickets start at $19.50, and are available at ticketmaster.ca or 1-855-985-5000.

Stephanie Vacher photo via Flickr Vancouver’s Graham Clark is one of four comics performing Jan. 11 in a show in Richmond.

RICHMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT #38 2014-15 SCHOOL TRANSFERS & REGISTRATIONS When and where should I register my child? If you are new to the district, you must register first. All new Kindergarten registrations for the 2014-15 school year will take place at the English catchment schools from January 13 - 31, 2014. After January 31, 2014 all new Kindergarten registrations for the 2014-15 school year will be taken at the Central Registration Office at the Richmond School Board Office. All grade 1-12 students should register at the Central Registration Office. Parents/ legal guardians must personally register their children by presenting the following legal documentation: proof of Richmond residency (one of the following legal documents: current property tax notice, formal rental or lease agreement, signed contract of purchase of sale with possession date and subjects removed, Confirmation of Residency Form); proof of status in Canada (the student’s original birth certificate(translated by a Notary Public if not in English), Canadian citizenship or Landed/Permanent Resident card for the parent/legal guardian and child) and the student’s immunization records. If registered by June 13, 2014 the student will be guaranteed a space in their English catchment school for the 2014-15 school year. If registered after that date, the student will be placed at a nearby school by the school district if space and resources are not available in the student’s catchment school. The application timeline for new Early French Immersion, Late French Immersion and Montessori applications is January 13-31. 2014. Application forms are available at the current school or on-line and once completed can be dropped off at the Central Registration Office at the Richmond School Board. Access to these programs will be through a district-wide draw process, with sibling priority. Late applications including siblings will go to the bottom of the wait list generated by the draw.

What should I do if I want my child to transfer to a non-catchment school? The parent/legal guardian of a student who is not attending a Richmond SD 38 school and wishes to transfer to a non-catchment school must first register at the Central Registration Office and after doing so, may obtain a Transfer Application Form [RSB SA 23] and submit it to the requested school. Commencing Monday, January 20, 2014 at 8:00 a.m., transfer applications for students wishing to attend a non-catchment school will be received at the requested school. Students currently attending a Richmond public school, do not need to re-register. The parent/legal guardian of a student who wishes to transfer to a non-catchment school should obtain a Transfer Application Form for Richmond Residents [RSB SA 23] from their catchment school, have it initialed by the catchment school and then submit it to the requested school no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2014. If the application is received at the requested school by February 28, 2014, and space and resources are available, students will be approved to attend in accordance with the priorities listed in Regulation 501.8-R, paragraph 5.a. [1st: catchment 2nd: Richmond resident transfer students and 3rd: Non Richmond resident transfer students], on a “first come, first served” basis. Richmond resident transfer students have priority over non-Richmond resident transfer students for transfer requests submitted by February 28, 2014. Schools will mail letters to the parents/legal guardians of transfer applicants on March 14, 2014, advising them of the status of their child’s application. If a late transfer application is received after March 3-June 13, 2014 then the request may be considered in accordance with the criteria set forth in district Regulation 501.8-R, paragraph 5.f. (4) [See Group 3 Student Priority Chart] NOTE: Parents/legal guardians should be aware that schools designated as “full” by the school district will not be able to approve first time transfer applicants due to a lack of available space and resources.

What if my child already attends a non-catchment school? Richmond Residents: Richmond resident students who are currently attending a non-catchment school, and wish to continue at that school for the 2014-15 school year, are not required to submit a transfer request. Such students will automatically be enrolled at the school unless they withdraw or transfer out of the school. Please let the school know if you are leaving. Out of District Residents: All students who reside outside of Richmond and are currently attending a Richmond school, and wish to continue at their school, must complete “An Intent To Attend” form at their current school. Students transitioning from elementary to secondary school must submit a Transfer Application Form for NonRichmond Residents [Form RSB SA 73], which is available from the attending school, by February 28, 2014. To access Regulation 501.8-R, go to the Richmond School District, Student Registration website at: http://www.sd38.bc.ca/schools/student_Registration Secondary & elementary school boundary maps and descriptions are also available at the website by using the links: http://www.sd38.bc.ca/schools/Elem_Boundaries or http://www.sd38.bc.ca/Schools/Secondary_Boundaries

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arts & entertainment B.C. Registered Music Teachers Association students stage recital recital on Sunday, Jan. 19. Performing are students who achieved high marks in the

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Poets featured at library Poets Alan Hill and Candice James will read from their new books on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at Richmond Public Library’s Brighouse branch. Hill, author of The Broken Word, is also the cultural diversity co-ordinator for the City of Richmond. James, author of Shorelines is in her second three-year term as Poet Laureate of New Westminster. She is also president of the Royal City Literary Arts Society. Readings take place from 7 to 8 p.m. in the living room of the Brighouse library, 7700 Minoru Gate. A poetry open mic follows, from 8 to 9 p.m. Admission to the drop-in event—part of the library’s Authors in Our Midst series—is free. For more information call 604-231-6413.

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GVHBA ready for exciting, busy year ahead By Kerry Vital

As 2014 begins, the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association is looking forward to some exciting events. On Feb. 5, the GVHBA will hold its Legends of Housing event in Burnaby, featuring Morningstar Homes Partner Dale Barron, Bosa Development Vice-President of Development Eric Martin and former President and Director of British Pacific Properties Ltd. Jim McLean. It will be moderated by

Ledingham McAllister President Ward McAllister. The BC Home + Garden Show will take place Feb. 19 to 23, and will feature the GVHBA Renovation Gallery, a 1,000-square-foot space featuring before-and-after photos of professionally renovated projects as well as free consultations with RenoMark renovators, designers, subtrades and suppliers. You’ll also find the HGTV Main Stage, with appearances from experts such as Bryan Baeumler, Mike Holmes Jr. and Sherry Holmes and Janette Ewen.

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March will bring the 20th annual First-Time Home Buyers Seminar, taking place at the Bell Performing Arts Centre in Surrey. “Our experts will help first-time buyers consider all available options and important issues before they take that critical first step onto the property ladder,” says GVHBA CEO Bob de Wit. “Real estate continues to be a hot topic in this region, so seminar attendance is expected to be as many or greater than the 750 young people who attended last year’s event.” A panel of experts will discuss a variety of topics, including the best location, what home type is best matched to wants, needs and financial resources, and legal considerations. Exhibitors will also be available beforehand to answer any questions and provide information to attendees. Pre-registration is required; you can register online or call 778-565-4288 Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Attendees are asked to bring a food item for the Surrey Food Bank. For more information and for a full calendar of events, visit www.gvhba.org.

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The views from Coquitlam’s Burke Mountain are truly spectacular, below, and Morningstar Homes is taking advantage of this with their view homes at Partington. With all the gorgeous features of Partington plus the amazing scenery, the homes are second-to-none.

Taking in the view on Burke Mountain By Kerry Vital

Morningstar Homes continues to impress with their latest release of amazing View Homes, an extension of Partington on Burke Mountain that combine beautiful homes and a view that’s second-to-none. “This is a really special offering,” says Deborah Calahan, vice-president of sales and marketing for Morningstar. “There is a limited quantity of view homes available on Burke Mountain and they are in high demand.” The spectacular homes include all of the

gorgeous features of Partington, while also including some of the most beautiful views in the Lower Mainland. “It’s like being on top of the world,” says Calahan. “Our Partington homes were designed with incredible views in mind by making the windows the focal point of each home. We could not pass up the opportunity to show them off.” The four-bedroom homes at Partington are available in three different open-plan floorplans, ranging from 3,700 to 3,900 square feet. All of them include an unfinished basement and a large private yard with patio or deck. The kitchens are truly huge, with granite islands, stainless-steel appliances and tons of counter space. Hardwood flooring throughout the main living areas complements the 19-foot vaulted ceiling and floor-to-ceiling linear fireplace. “These homes are very well laid-out” Calahan says. “There’s a sense of grandeur here. People are noting the ‘wow’ of the house; it takes your breath away.”

Partington is perfectly located for homeowners to live the Burke Mountain lifestyle. The neighbourhood has been growing over the years and now includes schools, parks and trails. It is also just a short drive to Coquitlam Town Centre for shopping, dining and transit. You can also find leisure and recreation activities nearby. Partington joins Morningstar’s seven previous projects on Burke Mountain, including Belmont, Avondale and Kingston. “We always strive to be innovative and offer our purchasers the best,” says Calahan. “We never tire of trying to better our designs, with each new project being given its own consideration.” Morningstar was the first developer on Burke Mountain, and Calahan says that they’ve been welcomed with every project they build. She has increasingly seen friends and family members of other Morningstar buyers looking to purchase their own home. Every home at Partington has been selling well, with Calahan noting she is releasing

more lots for sale this weekend. “Demand is high for a quality product by a trustworthy builder with an outstanding view. We’re selling them faster than I can release them!” she adds with pride “The Morningstar brand is becoming a household word on Burke.” View Homes at Partington start at $1.2 million. For more information, check out www.mstarhomes.com, call 604-942-6370 or visit the sales office at 1508 Dayton Street, Coquitlam, open daily (except Friday) between noon and 6 p.m.


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4,050 sq. ft. of living space. High quality finishing and construction throughout. Stone and Hardi board exterior. Open floor plan, vaulted living room and dining room with total of 6 bedrooms, 6 baths, 3 kitchens, 2 fireplaces and family room. Upstairs has 2 Master bedrooms, one with 5pc bath including jetted bathtub. Deluxe kitchen with island and wok/spice kitchen, quartz countertops and crown moldings throughout. Basement features large 2 bedroom legal suite with full kitchen and separate entry. Also, there is a recreation room with a wet bar and full washroom in basement for upstairs use. Close to USA border, Morgan Crossing shops and short walk to Peace Arch Park and Beach. 2-5-10 New Home Warranty, appliance package, blinds, security, rough-in air conditioning and garage door opener included. Priced at just $839,900 including GST (5%) and BCTT (2%).

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SALMON (nee Jessop), Josephine Marie It is with great sadness we mourn the passing of our beloved Mom, wife and grandmother, Josephine Marie Salmon (nee Jessop) on January 2nd 2014. Josie was born in Spalding Saskatchewan in 1927. She met and married Fred Jessop in Saskatchewan and they moved to Vancouver BC where she worked as a hairdresser and a tireless wife and mother raising two sons. After Fred’s passing in 1984, Josie moved to Langley BC and was fortunate to meet and marry Howard Salmon in 1999. He has been a loving husband and they were able to spend 14 wonderful years together. Josie will be remembered as being a loving mother and wife. Josie is predeceased by her first husband Fred Jessop and her brothers Henry and Gene Didier. She will be lovingly remembered

by her husband Howard Salmon, her two sons, Darrell and Gordon Jessop and their wives, Karen and Arlene, her brother, Jerry Didier and grandchildren, Nicolas, Rhys and Taryn. By Josie’s request, there will not be a service. The family will be having a private celebration of life. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to either the Alzheimer Society of BC or the BC Cancer Society. The family would like to extend their warmest thanks to the staff and Doctors at the Langley Memorial Hospital and the Rosewood Extended Care Facility in Langley.

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ATLAS POWER SWEEP DRIVERS Power sweeping,power scrubbing and pressure washing. Must be hard working with a good attitude. Burnaby based. Must be available to work nights and weekends. Good driving record & abstract required. Experience and Air Ticket beneficial. Email: jobs@atlasg.net or Fax: 604-294-5988

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EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION 114

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RICHMOND. Sparkling priv. 2 bdrm F/P, 4 appls, lndry, carport, fnced, N/P. $1095. Feb 1. 604-833-2103

CATS OF ALL DESCRIPTION in need of caring homes! All cats are spayed, neutered, vaccinated and dewormed. Visit us at fraservalleyhumanesociety.com or call 1 (604)820-2977

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• Hot water tanks • Furnaces • Broilers • Plugged Drains 778-862-0560

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Yorkshire Terrier, 9 wks old female Shots & dewormed. Vet checked Black & tan. $900. 604-828-2806

10% OFF if you Mention this AD! *Plumbing *Heating *Reno’s *More Lic.gas fitter. Aman: 778-895-2005

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

353 ROOFING & SKYLIGHTS

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JUNK REMOVAL By RECYCLE-IT! 604.587.5865 www.recycleitcanada.ca

SUITES, UPPER

RICHMOND: 3 Bdrm upper flr duplex, 1.5 bths, f/p. fenced backyard. $1200/m. (604)214-2957

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HOMES WANTED We Buy Homes BC • All Prices • All Situations • • All Conditions • www.webuyhomesbc.com (604) 657-9422

NEED A GOOD HOME for a good dog or a good dog for a good home? We adopt dogs! Call 604856-3647 or www.856-dogs.com

#1 IN RATES & SERVICE. Lic’d/Ins. LOCAL Plumber. Plugged drains, renos etc. Chad 1-877-861-2423

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LADYSMITH HANDYMAN Special. 3bdrms up, 1bdrm suite down. Owner carries $1200 month (250)753-0160.

GERMAN Shepherd pups blk & tan, shots, defleaed & dewormed. Parents to view. $550 (604)625-0082

CRESCENT Plumbing & Heating Licensed Residential 24hr. Service

GL ROOFING. Cedar/Asphalt, Flat roofs, WCB Clean Gutters - $80. 604-240-5362. info@glroofing.ca

RICHMOND bright spacious 2 bdrm suite with priv ent, laundry, near all amens, transp, skytrain. Suit mature tenants. NS/NP, ref’s req. Avail now. $1050 incl utils. 604-202-5079

PETS

PLUMBING

MIN. EXPRESS PAGING SYSTEM Reasonable Rates 604-270-6338

604-802-9033

HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper?

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TOWNHOUSES

RICHMOND QUEENSGATE GARDENS Conveniently Located Close to schools & public transportation. Spacious 2 & 3 bdrm townhouses. 6 Appl’s., balcony, 2 car garage, 2 full baths, gas f/p. 1 Year lease required. No Pets. Professionally Managed by Colliers International Call (604) 841-2665

• DIFFICULTY SELLING? •

DifďŹ culty Making Payments? No Equity? Penalty? Expired Listing? We Buy Homes! No Fees! No Risk! www.GVCPS.ca / 604-786-4663

TRANSPORTATION

GARAGE SALES

MOVING SALE: Richmond 6451 Minoru Blvd. Unit # 206, Sat. & Sun. Jan. 11 & 12th. 10am - 3pm. Moving Sale: Sat. Jan.11, 1pm-4pm at #203-8500 General Currie Rd. Buzz # 615. Household & furniture.

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RENTALS 706

AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Minimum $150 cash for full size vehicles, any cond. 604-518-3673 #1 FREE SCRAP VEHICLE REMOVAL ASK ABOUT $500 CREDIT $$$ PAID FOR SOME 604.683.2200

AUTO FINANCING

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Auto Financing 1.800.910.6402

By virtue of the Warehouseman’s Lien Act and on behalf of Shelter Island Marina we will dispose of goods, namely: (1) 27’ Sail Boat, HIN#XDM0338M60 debtor “Ryan Clare� to recover $5,100.34 plus accruing storage and any/all other expenses related. This unit will be made available for sale after January 24, 2014. Unit is currently being stored at Shelter Island Marina, BC. Contact 604-434-2448 for further information.

APARTMENT/CONDO

Richmond #3/Williams 1 Bdrm apt comp. reno’d, h/w flrs $900 incl heat/htwtr & prkg. 778-713-1970.

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HOMES FOR RENT

Brad’s Bin Service 604.220.5865

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PATTAR ROOFING LTD. All types of Roofing. Over 35 years in business. 604.588.0833

FIVE STAR ROOFING All kinds of re-roofing & repairs. Free est. Reasonable rates. 778-998-7505 or 604-961-7505

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Fully Furnished & Equipped Like New Townhouse. Only 3 years old. Immaculate Deluxe, 2 bdrm. + Rec. Room/Office + 2 Full Bath T/House. Flr. to ceiling storage + storage rm. in garage. 6 s/s appli. d/w, w/d, Garburator. Crown Mouldings, 9ft. ceilings, H/W laminate flooring and slate tile. Gas F/P & Alarm. 1 car garage parking. Covered patio lower & outdoor patio upper. Amenities room incls. full gym, outdoor hot tub & pool. Walk to Morgan Heights shopping. NO Smoking inside & NO Pets! $2350/month. Available March 1.

604-572-3733 www.tkhaulaway.com

PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT Under the Liquor Control & Licensing Act An application has been received by the Liquor Control & Licensing Branch and by the City of Richmond from:

Need A Vehicle! Guaranteed Auto Loan. Apply Now, 1.877.680.1231 www.UapplyUdrive.ca

Goodluck International Enterprises Ltd. D.B.A. Bushuair Restaurant 121-4600 No. 3 Road Richmond, B.C., V6X 2C2 The intent of the application is to change the operating hours of operation of Food Primary liquor license #303133.

604.488.9161 736

HOMES FOR RENT

WEST RICHMOND. Spac. 4 bdrm upper w/priv 1 bdrm ste down. W/W, 6 appls, garage, fenced. Avail Nov 1. N/P. $1795. 604-833-2103

City of Richmond

736

HOMES FOR RENT

City Board

FOR RENT Well-kept older 4 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom house available for rent in Steveston area. 2 storey plus basement and large yard. Approximately 1,500 square feet. Rent is $1,850.00 per month, plus utilities. Minimum one-year lease. No pets. Available January 15, 2014. Enquiries may be directed via email to realestateservicesdivision@richmond.ca City of Richmond | 6911 No. 3 Rd. Richmond BC V6Y 2C1 | Tel: 604-276-4000

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The proposed operating hours will be: Monday to Thursday: 9AM – 2AM Friday & Saturday: 9AM – 2AM Sunday: 9AM – 2AM Residents and owners of businesses may comment on this application by writing to: City of Richmond Business Licence Division Liquor Licence Applications 6911 No. 3 Road Richmond, B.C., V6Y 2C1 To ensure the consideration of your reviews, your written comments must be received on or before February 10, 2014. Your name, address and phone number must be included with your comments. Please note that your comments may be made available to the Applicant and Local Government officials where disclosure is necessary to administer the licensing process.


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Amanda Oye photo Timothy and Colin Cameron were among the 100 people who ran in the Running Room’s annual 5-km for Brita Resolution Run last week.

Bob Stradling photo On Sunday, Dec. 22, Richmond Food Bank executive director Margaret Hewlett accepted a cheque for $7,000 from the Army, Navy and Air Force Unit 284 club in Steveston. The money—destined for the Cedarbridge Way food bank—came from proceeds of a meat draw held Fridays and Saturdays at the club. From left: Dave Gurney, meat draw chairman; Hewlett; and Chuck McDonald, president of Unit 284.

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