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Person of interest in hit-and-run questioned by police By Gary McKenna THE TRI-CITY NEWS
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Orthopedic surgeons Dr. Bob McCormack, left, and Dr. Dory Boyer of Port Moody’s Eagle Ridge Hospital will be heading to Sochi Jan. 29 where they will look after the health needs of Canadian athletes at the Olympic Winter Games. Both are experienced sports physicians working in multi-sport games: Dr. Boyer has worked at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and the World University Games this past summer in Russia, and Dr. McCormack has worked at several Olympic Games and will be the chief medical health officer at these Games. For details, SEE PAGE 9.
No arrests have been made but police have impounded a vehicle and spoken with a person of interest in last week’s deadly hit-and-run collision in Coquitlam. The incident, which occurred along Austin Avenue between Schoolhouse and Decaire Street shortly before 2 p.m. on Thursday, left an 88-yearold woman dead. Initially, the victim was taken to Royal Columbian Hospital in critical condition, however within an hour police announced that she had succumbed to her injuries. A neighbour told CTV News he tried to administer CPR to the woman before emergency crews arrived. Trevor Stewart said he heard a scream and looked over to see a car backing up in the home’s driveway before hearing another scream. see COQUITLAM, page 6
Belkorp wants garbage-sorting plant in Coq. Firm says technology would undercut incineration By Jeff Nagel BLACK PRESS
The firm that runs the Cache Creek landfill wants to build a $30-million highly mechanized plant in Coquitlam to pull recyclables from garbage before it’s dumped or incinerated. And on Monday night,
Coquitlam city council said it would back its proposal, voting to send a letter to Metro Vancouver to call for action. Coquitlam city manager Peter Steblin said the new plant would maximize recycling and reuse of material and help meet Metro’s waste diversion targets at no extra cost to residents. The plant would be built on 16 acres of industrial land Belkorp owns on United
Boulevard. It would create 80 new green jobs and use technology increasingly in use in California. But Belkorp Environmental Services is squaring off against Metro, saying it will only build the plant if the regional district backs down on imposing restrictions on how material recovery facilities operate. Its announcement is the latest shot by private industry across the bow of Metro’s strategy
to burn more garbage in waste-to-energy plants instead of dumping it in landfills. Belkorp vice-president Russ Black said the proposed plant could process 260,000 tonnes of garbage per year — more than a quarter of Metro’s waste stream. He estimates residual garbage in the region — even after intensive efforts to recycle — still consists of 36% recyclable material, much of it paper and plastics. Belkorp and other pro-
ponents of material recovery facilities (MRFs) say advancing technology to sort garbage holds much promise to pull out more usable material. Black said Metro’s bylaw 280, passed in October but is still awaiting provincial government approval, restricts MRFs too tightly and must be rejected by the province or revised by the regional board for Belkorp’s plant to go ahead. see COMPANY, page 7
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Few changes to councillor disclosure statements By Janis Warren The Tri-CiTy News
Public papers revealing what Tri-City politicians own and owe were released by the three municipalities last week. And two new names were added to financial disclosure documents, resulting from last fall’s byelection in Coquitlam. Under the Financial Disclosure Act, elected city officials’ assets, liabilities and sources of income must be released on Jan. 15. Still, they don’t offer a whole lot of insight into their personal dealings: Mortgages or money borrowed for household and living expenses need not be listed on the provincial forms, for example. And they aren’t required to disclose what land they own outside of the community unless they’re seeking provincial office. Like last year, the 2014 forms indicate the three Tri-Cities’ mayors have external jobs besides their city, Metro Vancouver and TransLink gigs: Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart is the proprietor of Stewart Communications; Port Coquitlam Mayor Greg Moore, who also chairs the Metro board, is the owner of Livable Region Consulting Inc.; and Port Moody Mayor Mike Clay works for Tero Consulting and owns TTS Automation Inc., a computer consulting business. As for the two new Coquitlam city councillors, Chris Wilson pulls a salary from Chris Wilson Enterprises, of which he’s the owner and sole proprietor, and as executive
director of KidSport. The former Olympian also owns the property beside his residence (he built both homes) and lists 47 companies — mostly in mining and energy — in which he’s a shareholder. And newly elected Coun. Bonita Zarrillo has assets in six companies and draws an income from BZ3 Flexible Assets, a job placement firm she owns. Other items of note: • Coquitlam Coun. Lou Sekora is the president of a shell company that has no land or creditors; he also has assets in the Westside Preparatory Society, Jade Mine (Dease Lake) and KCM Energy Inc.; • Coquitlam Coun. Terry O’Neill is the writer, editor and corporate secretary of Eureka Resources Inc., of which he’s a shareholder; and is a writer and editor with O’Neill Hotel and Resorts; • Coquitlam Coun. Brent Asmundson, a bus driver with the Coast Mountain Bus Co., owns two properties on Burke Mountain, including his own residence; • and Port Moody Coun. Rick Glumac owns shares in 26 corporations (including Dreamworks Animation SKG, which he worked for on Shrek 2, Madagascar and Over the Hedge). The 2014 financial disclosures are not posted online, which is not a requirement under the provincial act; however, the statements are available for public viewing on weekdays at the city clerk’s offices. firstname.lastname@example.org
Incorrect information was published in The Tri-City News Jan. 17, 2014 “Board votes to sell lands.” The board did not vote to swap Victoria Park land with Coquitlam but to “work with the City of Coquitlam to reach an agreement regarding the nine lots.”
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Mayor Ralph Drew said many residents of the village of Belcarra, a neighbour of the Kinder Morgan terminal, have concerns about increased noise and lights that could potentially come from additional container traffic.
Belcarra seeks intervenor status for Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion By Diane Strandberg The Tri-CiTy News
The village of Belcarra will be applying for intervenor status in the federal review of the $5.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, the village council decided last week. Mayor Ralph Drew said the village is a neighbour to the Kinder Morgan terminal and,
theref o r e , would be affected by lights a n d n o i s e from additional
tankers. Residents are also concerned about the impact an oil spill would have on marine life in the sensitive habitat of Central Burrard Inlet,
Drew said. He plans to raise concerns about the need for a site-specific spill response plan to deal with oil leakage at the expanded Westridge Marine Terminal to protect three parks and three habitat areas, including Belcarra Regional Park. He wants pre-staged oil booms as well as a rapid response and containment plan to ensure
that oil is cleaned up before it destroys the ecosystem, and recreation and economic uses of the waterway. “There are 12 issues that the [National Energy Board] hearings will be focusing on. I easily identified five different things that are applicable to us,” Drew said. Belcarra has until Feb. 12 to file the application.
An area of Coquitlam that has long been a “dead zone” for a wireless company will soon have better reception. And the deal with Rogers Communications will generate $26,000 a year for the city and its optical network corporation. Last week, council approved an agreement with Rogers for two “Nova” towers on the west side of Como Lake Avenue and Mariner Way. The antenna towers will stand on the north and south corners and will hold street lights; they will also be twice the circumference of a regular street light, according to a report. The company will pay the city $7,000 annually for each pole plus $1,000 a month to QNet to lease the city’s underground cables. QNet GM Rick Adams said because the poles are under 15 m tall, public consultation isn’t required. The Rogers poles are the first to be negotiated under a new wireless protocol adopted by council in 2012 whose aim is to increase coverage as well as raise cash for the municipality. Recently, Rogers announced its plans to place telecommunications equipment inside the new bell tower at St. Andrew’s United Church in Port Moody. jwarren@ tricitynews.com
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Four years for prolific offender nabbed after sports store robbery 37-year-old Tyson Wagner of PoCo pled guilty last week By Gary McKenna The Tri-CiTy NeWs
A man arrested in 2013 following a breakin at Blue Line Outdoor Sports in Port Coquitlam, in which an undisclosed number of weapons were stolen, has received four years in prison. Tyson Wagner was already deemed a prolific offender when police ar-
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News that the provincial government is selling 584 acres of land on Burke Mountain to pay off some bills may come as a shock to many people. Judging by comments on a recent Tri-City News story, many feel there’s already enough development creeping up the mountain into bear and wildlife habitat, while others think selling off Crown assets is a poor way to manage the budget. But is there enough of a protest to get the B.C. government to change their minds on selling this potentially valuable property? In Port Moody, residents fought off the sale of Neighbourhoods 3 and 4 and, after a referendum, land that was slated for housing was turned into the 138acre Bert Flynn Park. Could that kind of a protest be mounted today? It would be a tough slog, indeed. Premier Christy Clark was voted in on a jobs and balanced budget mandate and those assets are apparently necessary to meet her goals. As for Coquitlam, it will soon be considering the northwest Burke Mountain development area — much of which the province owns — and envisions it supporting 8,000 people in the future. If turning the bus around is not an option, Coquitlam residents must keep their foot on the gas pedal. They must be vigilant in ensuring that this undeveloped area is properly planned, with wildlife values kept in place and scrupulous attention to communicating these values. It cannot be “business as usual” on slopes this steep, so high into bear and cougar country. Council must not be swayed by short-term market conditions. If that land is to be properly developed, erosion control must be stringent and monitored, land for schools and other infrastructure must be in place, garbage must be tightly controlled, and parking and other measures built with low-impact on the land. We trust the city has learned from its past mistakes on Burke and will ensure that if this land has to be developed it will be with the highest of environmental, community and social values in place.
Pipeline debate: Old man take a look at your facts BC VIEWS Tom Fletcher VICTORIA eilYoung’s anti-oilsands concert tour was the perfect distillation of the American enviro-assault on its dependent northern neighbour that’s been going on for a decade or more. After touring Fort McMurray in his electric car with actor-turned-protester Daryl Hannah, the 68-year-old Young covered all the big propaganda hits and added his own fantasy facts. It looks like a war zone up there! Hiroshima! If it keeps going it will be like the Moon! There’s no reclamation! Tar sands oil is all going to China, and that’s why their air is so bad! All of those statements are false. And then Young dropped his own nuclear bomb, claiming cancer rates in Fort Chipewyan are 30% higher than, well, somewhere else. Chief Allan Adam of the
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation has cited a discredited study by former community doctor John O’Connor to press the same claim. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta reviewed O’Connor’s claims in 2009. It concluded that “Dr. O’Connor made a number of inaccurate or untruthful claims” about cancer patients, and then refused to provide patient information after his claims made international news. Retired professor David Schindler toured with Young and continued to push the health scare, referring darkly to newer research showing increased mercury and PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon) contamination. When you peel back the propaganda and journalistic hype, these studies mainly reveal that such toxins are on the rise, but are found in much higher concentrations around large cities where fuel is consumed. The cancer claims were then debunked by a Royal Society of Canada expert panel in 2010. This cancer scare is the most damaging and dishonest part of the selective attack on Alberta. The oil industry, politicians and most of the
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media seem unwilling to examine it critically. Climate scientist-turned-politician Andrew Weaver was at Young’s Toronto news conference. He says there were no questions for him, Adam or Young’s other validator, David Suzuki, who previously worked with Schindler on a slanted oilsands documentary for the CBC. Weaver calculates that Young’s claim about greenhouse gas emissions is substantially correct, if you include emissions from the finished fuels. Weaver refused any comment on the cancer claims. Young included the obligatory sneering comparison between Stephen Harper and George W. Bush, which is another sign he’s lived in California too long. He seemed unaware that the NDP’s Thomas Mulcair and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau support continued oilsands development. As for moonscapes, Young could have driven his famous electric Lincoln from his Redwood City mansion on a hill to nearby Bakersfield, to view the greasy expanses of closely packed pumpjacks reaching to the
horizon, still expanding due to hydraulic fracturing. Young could have visited North Dakota, where the second shale oil train explosion luckily didn’t kill anyone. It seems there will be no remake of Young’s classic Kent State lament dedicated to 47 Dead in Old Quebec. That’s American oil, so no protests. Chief Adam was frank in an interview on CTV about using the “Honour the Treaties” tour to strengthen his legal position. Young’s concert tour put $75,000 in his fund to pay lawyers. Oil isn’t the only thing being extracted here. By the end of the tour Sunday, Young and Adam conceded they weren’t trying to shut the Athabasca oilsands down, just start a dialogue. Thanks to uncritical media coverage, there will no doubt be discussions at dinner tables and in classrooms all over the world about the terrible Alberta tar sands and the cancer they don’t actually cause. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press. Twitter: @tomfletcherbc Email: email@example.com.
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The Editor, I a p p l a u d M ayo r Greg Moore, council and all those staff people who worked on creating the comprehensive flyer on the proposed 2014 Budget at a Glance. This flyer was handed out to all present at the Jan. 13 PoCo council meeting. I liked the diagram with the pie chart where it shows where our tax dollars are spent. It is a great visual aid. I found it amazing that current property taxes are expected to decrease by 0.34%. I am even more impressed to see that PoCo is engaging and asking the citizens for feedback on a
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A draft Port Coquitlam budget is calling for a 0.34% property tax decrease. However, if residents choose, a 1 to 1.5% increase will be added to go toward the replacement of the PoCo Recreation Complex. proposed property tax increase, as well as asking how we want our tax dollars spent. In my opinion, asking
for an increase of approximately $25, or 1 to 1.5% on property taxes, doesn’t seem like an unreasonable amount
to be seeking. I believe money destined to be spent on replacing the well-used, aging PoCo recreation complex and seniors centre is money well spent. Countless families in the community will benefit from this enhancement. I can also think of a couple of other places I would like to see my tax dollars spent. I have expressed these by filling in the survey and submitting it online. Please consider having your voice heard by Jan. 31 by providing your feedback to the city. This concept of asking for public input is democratically the right thing to do. Nancy McCurrach Port Coquitlam
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A group of high school students who used to spend more time out of the classroom than in say a welcoming environment and a learn-atyour-pace style of teaching that incorporates Aboriginal culture is keeping them on track to graduate. The students in Grade 6 to 12 attending School District 43’s new Suwa’lkh School in the former Millside elementary in Coquitlam said they look forward to a day of learning where they used to avoid it. JJ Jay, whose heritage is Metis, had sketchy attendance at Gleneagle secondary where he still plays rugby. The structure of his old school didn’t suit him, nor did the rules, and the feeling that he could never measure up. “I didn’t like it,” Jay says of his old school where he sometimes felt labeled as That Kid. At Suwa’lkh, Jay said he feels valued, a sentiment shared by many of his peers who said they sometimes felt lost at the bigger schools but feel like part of a family at the smaller school. There are only 45 students attending school at Suwa’lkh, although principal Laurie Ebenal hopes to enrol up to 100 in the coming years. She said Suwa’lkh has made great strides in attracting students from other schools because it offers a full-range of academics as well as electives such as PE, music and art. “It’s a school of choice,”
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Faith Adams, a Grade 8 student, takes part in a “smudging” ceremony at Suwa’lkh school in which sacred sweetgrass, cedar, sage and tobacco are burned and the smoke is wafted onto another person, using the feather, to drive out bad spirits, feelings or influences. Ebenal explained. “They make the choice to come. I don’t take a kid until they choose to come.” The difference between Suwa’lkh and a typical high school or middle school is noticeable as soon as you walk in to the second-floor classrooms.You can smell lasagna cooking — the students plan, shop and cook for the school — there are cedar boughs in the band room, native art on the wall and large dream catchers hanging from the ceiling. Downstairs, First Nations carver Rick Harry is showing a group of students how to measure up a yellow cedar log to carve a totem pole
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or dozens of Tri-City art students, Sunday will be the first time they’ll showcase their skills in a public setting. It’s a concept some view with trepidation but, for others, they welcome the opportunity to build their portfolios as they prepare for post-secondary institutions. Take Jensen Tung, for example. He’s a Heritage Woods secondary student in Port Moody who had three of his short films accepted into the third annual Emerging Talent Festival, which runs Sunday afternoon at Coquitlam’s Evergreen Cultural Centre (1205 Pinetree Way). Tung directed, wrote and edited all three, acted in two (Catch The Girl and Iron Fist: The Arrival) and, during the production of From Me To You, he took on the role as camera operator as well. “Having my films shown at the Evergreen Emerging Talent Festival is very important to me as it is a great
opportunity for my work to be noticed by the public,” Tung told The Tri-City News. “Film is meant to be shown and enjoyed by an audience so this festival is a great way to do just that.” For the curated film event, judges Fred Ewanuik (Corner Gas, Dan For Mayor), Matthew Clarke (Convos With My 2-Year-Old) and Matthew Kowalchuk (Lawrence & Holloman) will be audience and will award prizes for best film, director, editor, cinematographer, performer and screen playwright. As well, the crowd will get a chance to pick their favourite of the 11 shorts screened in the studio theatre. Still, it won’t just be film under the limelight at Emerging Talent. The fest will also serve as the official opening for Emerging Talent 17, a Grade 12 art exhibit juried by retired art teachers Jerry Pietrasko, Eunice Hodge and Keith Levang plus Tri-City artist Mandara Lebovitz. The show runs until Feb. 27 and patrons can vote on the People’s
• 2 pm: Emerging Talent 17 opening reception • 2:45 pm: Julia Montgomery • 3:30 pm: Emerging Talent 17 opening remarks • 3:45 pm: Tati Adry • 4:30 pm: Emerging Talent Film Festival • 5:15 pm: Teens@Evergreen • 5:30 pm: Film awards
Choice Award (the winner will be announced in early March). Dr. Charles Best secondary’s Harper Eskuri, 18, has two pieces on the gallery walls: My Younger Brother (watercolour) and My Beating Heart (acrylic). The former is a painting of her 15-year-old brother when he was a baby. “I wanted to show how similar the two versions of him are — yet how much one can change from a baby to adulthood,” said Eskuri, who has been creating since childhood.
“In painting the portrait, I saw details of his face that had carried on to adolescence that I had not noticed before, such as the curves of his nose or the shape of his chin.” By contrast, Stephanie Nguyen — an 18-year-old student at Gleneagle secondary — only took up the paint brush last summer. Nguyen has three works on display for Emerging Talent 17: Louder Than Words (a triptych acrylic on canvas that was featured on The News’ Things To Do page last Friday); Nature or Nurture? (a ceramic bust); and What Happened to the Roses? (a mixed media sculpture). Nguyen attributes her growth as an artist to her Gleneagle teachers, Mike McElgunn and Melanie Stokes, and to Don Portelance, a retired Centennial art teacher who now instructs gifted students at Place des Arts. Besides visual art and film, attendees of the Emerging Talent Festival will also hear songs from Port Moody secondary’s Julia Montgomery and Tati Adry, a musical duo.
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Port Coquitlam’s second artist-in-residence started last week at Leigh Square Community Arts Village. Va n c o u v e r- b a s e d Bernadine Fox will be creating paintings until March 18 as well as leading an assemblage workshop on March 4. She will also speak about her work on March 8 for International Women’s Day. To follow Fox’s progress, visit her weekly blog at bernadinesblog.blogspot.ca.
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A Port Coquitlam art group that hosts monthly demonstrations for the public will hear from Lalitta Hamill next Wednesday. A member of the Canadian Federation of Artists, Hamill will show her compositional skills of light and dark to achieve colourful, representational paintings. The Jan. 29 event is free and starts at 7 p.m. in the Outlet at Leigh Square Community Arts Village (behind PoCo city hall).
Artists have until Jan. 29 to apply for new installations in and around Evergreen Line stations in Coquitlam. The city has issued the call for public artworks at four stations. Pieces may be standalone or enhance walls and plazas like benches and bike racks, tiling or paving. Visit coquitlam.ca/bidopportunities for more information. email@example.com
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A new theatre manager for Fox Terry Fox Theatre has a new manager. And he’s looking for volunteers to give him a hand to run the Port Coquitlam venue that’s attached to the high school on Riverwood Gate. Maple Ridge resident Rick Rinder, who started on the job last November, said he’s starting from scratch and would like ushers, front-of-house staff and technical and web support from the community. To help, email foxtheatre@gmail. com. A Banff School of Arts-trained performing stage manager for 35 years — including at the Vancouver Playhouse and at various arts centres around Western Canada — Rinder replaces the Port Coquitlam Theatre Society (formerly known as the
Theatre Advisory Group, or TAG), a non-profit group that had a rocky relationship with School District 43 and bowed out of its operating agreement last June. Rinder said his vision is to create a balance between the school’s needs and community bookings for the 336seat theatre. And he has has some big plans in mind for partnerships with the school such as launching a state-of-the-art stagecraft program. “We have such a beautiful theatre here and it’s a shame the school doesn’t have a course that teaches youth how to design and build sets,” he said.“They can use that experience as they go on for further education such as Capilano University.” firstname.lastname@example.org
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Gleneagle secondary music students are getting ready for the Coquitlam high school’s sixth annual jazz dinner next month. The gala includes an Italian meal by chefs Frank Abbinante and Roberto Arciaga and students in their culinary program. Among the guest professional performers are Alan Matheson (trumpet and piano), David Branter (saxophone) and Rob McKenzie (trombone). Proceeds from the semi-formal night on Feb. 28 will support the school’s culinary arts and music departments. Tickets at $40 are now on sale via gleneagle.org (click on “Jazz Gala Tickets”) or at the school, located at 1195 Lansdowne Dr. Pictured from left to right: Sepehr Rashidi, Sina Maloufi, Ashley Ashrafian, Clayton Dowdell, Ronald Nazal (on drums), Cassidy Stahr, Lexi Burgess and Nicholas Chew.
MacLean scores Annie role A young Port Moody singer will be playing the part of Annie in the Royal City Musical Theatre’s 25th anniversary show this spring. Julia MacLean won the lead role in the production, which runs at the Massey Theatre from April 10
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While some Coquitlam businesses aren’t faring well with the Evergreen Line construction, a few are capitalizing on the chaos. Driving Miss Daisy, a transportation service for seniors, will be offering the elderly a ride to the play with the same name — a production by the Arts Club Theatre On Tour that’s putting its drama/comedy into gear at the Evergreen Cultural Centre next week. With the parking lot torn up at the Coquitlam venue for the terminus station, the service teamed up with Evergreen Cultural Centre to get older patrons to the show safely. In turn, the facility will have discounted tickets to any new customers of Driving Miss Daisy who book a ride. But, Evergreen staff warn, reservations must be done fast as some shows are almost sold out. Currently playing at the Surrey Arts Centre, Driving Miss Daisy stars Nicola
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Streaking Express torch Smoke Eaters By Dan Ebenal The Tri-CiTy News
Things are beginning to click for the Coquitlam Express. The Express turned in a dominating performance in a 7-2 rout over the Trail Smoke Eaters during a Sunday matinee at Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex. Jeremy McNeil staked the Smokeys to a 1-0 lead two minutes into the game but from there it was all Express. Corey Mackin pulled Coquitlam even a minute later and Canon Pieper put the Express on top just two minutes after that. Express coach Barry Wolff said the flu is going through the Trail lineup and they looked tired playing their third game in three days. “They got a couple APs [affiliated players] in the lineup. As much as our guys worked hard to get the win, sometimes you take advantage of your opponent,” said Wolff, whose Express took a 5-1 lead into the third period and outshot Trail 35-30. Mackin notched a pair for Coquitlam while Joey Santucci supplied a goal and two assists. Marc Biega and Zach Hodder each had a goal and an assist, with singles going to Daniell Lange and Canon Pieper. Adam Rockwood and Cody Boyd each netted a pair of assists.
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Coquitlam defenceman Marc Biega ties up Trail’s Scott Davidson as forward Corey Mackin slides into goalie Gordie Defiel in the Express’ 7-2 win over the Smoke Eaters Sunday afternoon. “We played four lines the whole night and all four lines were going,” said Bo Pieper, who assisted on brother Canon’s goal. “I think all four lines added in a goal so that’s always good. It always helps out when all four are going.” The win was the fourth straight for the Express, their longest streak of the season. The Express doubled
the Chiefs 6-3 Saturday night in Chilliwack, a day after they stopped the Chiefs 4-2 in Coquitlam. “We’ve got a little streak and sometimes it’s all confidence,” said Wolff, who thinks the team has become stronger with the addition of defencemen J.D. Cotroneo and Mark Whiteley at the trading deadline earlier this month.
“We’re just eliminating mistakes and we’re learning. Some of the personnel that we shipped out just hurt us at times, with bad goals against just cause of simple turnovers. Now we’re moving the puck and eliminating those mistakes.” Canon Pieper, Cody Boyd, Nicholas Rasovic and Jace Hennig did the damage for the Express Friday. Canon Pieper
had two goals and two assists against the Chiefs Saturday while brother Bo also chipped in a pair of goals. Hennig and Cameron Marks also scored for the Express, who got two assists from Boyd. The wins came without Express captain Ryan Rosenthal, who was injured in Coquitlam’s 7-3 win over the Surrey Eagles last Wednesday.
“ H e ’ s g o t a p a rtial collapsed lung,” s a i d Wo l f f, a d d i n g Rosenthal had surgery on Saturday and hopes to have a better idea on how long he will be out of the lineup after he sees the doctor again this week. R os e n t h a l s c or e d twice in the win over the Eagles, with Canon Pieper and Mackin also netting a pair. Hennig had the other Express
goal while Rockwood had four assists and Hodder and Bo Pieper both recorded a pair of helpers. The Express host the Merritt Centennials Friday at 7 p.m., their last contest at the Po i r i e r S p o r t a n d Leisure Complex for more than two weeks as they head out on an eight-game swing on the road. email@example.com
Panthers scratch out pair of wins heading into stretch drive Th e Po r t M o o dy Panthers are getting hot at the right time. The Panthers have reeled off a pair of wins as the Pacific Junior Hockey League heads into the final three weeks of the regular season. The Panthers stopped the North Delta Devils 5-2 in Port Moody. That win came on the heels of a 4-2 victory over
the visiting Grandview Steelers Saturday night. Adam Rota had a goal and two assists in Saturday’s win while Rayne Schwinghammer added a goal and an assist and Nicco Marconato and Kurt Sonne chipped in singles. Christian Plain was strong in the Panthers’ net, turning aside 29 shots as the Steelers out-
shot Port Moody 31-21. Rota, Schwinghammer, Marconato, Wolfgang Schoenefuhs and Sammy Zeinab supplied the offence Monday. The Panthers travel to Aldergrove Wednesday to take on the first-place Kodiaks. Port Moody now has 20 points in 38 games, one point back of the fourth-place Mission
City Outlaws. A possible playoff berth could be on the line when the Panthers host the Outlaws Saturday at 7:45 p.m. “We’ve started to make some progress now and that’s going to be our home run game,” said Panthers coach and GM Jamie Jackson. “We’re going to have to put a couple more
wins together but that will be a big one for us.” But the Panthers will be without their leader on the blue-line for the stretch drive. Daniel Delbianco has signed with the Chilliwack Chiefs of the B.C. Hockey League. Delbianco, a 19-yearold Coquitlam product, led the Panthers in scoring with 19 goals and
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Valley Bulldogs. “Daniel’s signing with Chilliwack leaves a void on our roster no doubt, but at the end of the day, moving players up to a higher level is our ultimate goal,” said Jackson. “We wish Daniel nothing but the best with the Chiefs and thank him for everything he’s done for the Panthers this season.”
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Cadets take aim at biathlon championship Three Tri-City skiers have a shot at the provincial biathlon championship. Kimberley Buller of Port Coquitlam, Andrei Secu of Coquitlam and Lucas Morissette of Port Moody brought home medals from the cadet biathlon championship at Whistler Olympic Park earlier this month. They will now advance to the provincial championships at Mount Washington Feb. 1. Buller struck gold in the female youth competition with a finale time of 28:35 while Secu was golden in the junior male competition with a finale time of 29:51. Morissette won silver in the senior male competition with a finale time of 23:37 and also earned a share of
Andrei SeCu the Dennis Burt Trophy for Top Cadet Biathlon Marksman. The three are members of the Port Moody Royal Canadian Air Cadet 754 Squadron. More than 100 athletes attended the cadet championship event, with each participant skiing 4.5 kilometers and shooting 10 rounds at a 50-metre distance.
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Strong performances will have a pair of TriCity skiers making tracks for the B.C. Winter Games. Port Moody’s Katrina Voss won a silver and bronze medal as well as fourth-place ribbon at a Coast Zone qualifier in Whistler earlier this month. Voss be joined by her Hemlock Ski Team teammate Lena Liljedahl of Port Moody in representing the Coast Zone at the B.C. Winter Games set for February in Mission. The skiing events will take place at their home hill of Hemlock. Voss finished second in the U14 giant slalom and turned in third and fourth-place finishes in the two slalom events. Her sister Kelsey placed eighth in slalom for U16-18 and 15th in giant slalom. Liljedahl was 22nd in giant slalom in the U14 age group and finished 19th and 22nd in the two slalom events.
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BAIRD, Jean (nee McRae) passed away suddenly January 13, 2014 at the age of 70. Survived by her husband, William (Bill) Baird, daughters, Karen Maconachie (Sheldon Seager) & Alison Hampton (Scott), and grandchildren, Michael Hampton Aidan Maconachie, Aylee Maconachie and Jonathan Hampton as well as many other friends and family. Jean was born in Glasgow, Scotland, the youngest of 3 and attended the Glasgow High School for Girls on a full scholarship. She then attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, studying both voice and piano. Jean taught music in primary schools before her children were born and piano from home afterward. After immigrating to Canada, she worked in real estate eventually managing a large Realty World office. When the girls were young she began working with Girl Guides of Canada and continued this work for many years, she was proud to be awarded the Silver Merit Award in 1999. Jean participated in square and round dancing and also travelled extensively throughout the world on vacation. A busy member of the Dogwood Seniors Centre, Jean was well known as the director of the Dogwood Songsters who will miss her leadership. Celebration of life will be held Friday, January 24th, 2014 at 2pm, Burkeview Chapel, 1340 Dominion Avenue, Port Coquitlam. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
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PREFONTAINE, Roy Dec., 1942 - Jan., 2014 Roy passed away peacefully in his sleep in his 71st year. He is survived by his wife, Nadine, his three children, Angela (Bruce) Laurie (Peter) and Michael. Step-children Christine (Graeme) and David (Cristine), six grandchildren and sister, Vonnie (Les). Special thank you to B.L.C.C. for their excellent level of care and to Dr. D. Shu. Gone, but not forgotten... Roy will be missed.
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PERSONAL SERVICES 175 CATERING/PARTY RENTALS
HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES 242
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Junior Shift Supervisor/ Material Mixer Reporting to the Plant Manager this position is a combination role of Junior Supervisor and Material Mixer. On weekends your primary role is to supervise the running of one or two machines and employees. On weekdays your primary role is Material Mixer in which you will be responsible for resin and color preparation used in production. Training will be provided but you should be mechanically inclined. Your weekly shifts include two weekend twelve hours shifts (midnightnoon) and two weekday eight hour shifts on Monday and Tuesday (8am-4pm). Compensation will be based on experience. Please send resumes to Human Resources Manager by email at: ofﬁce@phmolds.com or by mail to: PH Molds Ltd, 19423 Fraser Way, Pitt Meadows, BC, V3Y 2V4
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PERSONAL SERVICES 171
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NORTHERN VANCOUVER island scaling company is seeking Coastal Log Scalers for camp/local positions. KLM Inventory Ltd. is based out of Port McNeill, BC. KLM will accept candidates who have just recently acquired their scaling license; the company will provide training. Competitive wages, plus full benefits. Please send resumes by fax to 250-956-4888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you require any additional information please call Jamie MacGregor at 250-230-0025.
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Notice is Hereby Given that Creditors and others, having claims against the Estate of Beatrice Elinor Floden, also known as Beatrice E. Floden, also known as Bea Floden, formerly of 847 Seymour Drive, Coquitlam, British Columbia, Deceased, are hereby required to send the particulars thereof to the undersigned Executors, c/o Spagnuolo & Company Real Estate Lawyers, 300-906 Roderick Avenue, Coquitlam, BC, V3K 1R1, on or before March 3, 2014, after which date the estateâ€™s assets will be distributed, having regard only to the claims that have been received.
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Eric Robert Floden and Barbara May Floden, Executors.
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Please take notice that on February 4, 2014 and thereafter, the contents of the following storage lockers at Imperial Self Storage will be sold at auction, or otherwise disposed of, to cover outstanding costs of storage and all fees.
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Date of Death: July 16, 2013 Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of the late Anne Susan Bond aka Ann Susan Bond, formerly of Coquitlam, British Columbia, are hereby notified under Section 38 of the Trustee Act (British Columbia) that particulars of their claims must be sent to the undersigned Executor, c/o Baker Newby LLP, 9259 Main Street, Box 390, Chilliwack, BC V2P 6K2 to the attention of Todd C. Harvey, Lawyer, on or before Feb 21, 2014, after which date the Executor will distribute the said Estate amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he then has notice. Karen Elizabeth Lockyer, Executor c/o Baker Newby LLP, Lawyers 9259 Main Street, Box 390 Chilliwack, BC V2P 6K2
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NOTICE is hereby given that creditors and others having claims against the Estate of Lucienne Augustine Maria Carson also know as Lucienne M. Carson, Deceased, who died on February 8, 2013, are hereby required to send them to the undersigned Executor, c/o Cascade Law Corporation, Box 438, Agassiz, British Columbia, V0M 1A0, before February 21, 2014, after which date the Executor will distribute the said Estate among the parties entitled thereto, having regard to the claims of which he has notice. James Happer, Executor.
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