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A veteran of Canada’s Afghanistan mission continues his healing journey By Jennifer Lang of the towering Canadian First World War memorial. For the second year in a row, retired CaLowe and a half-dozen other veterans are nadian veteran John Lowe is headed to the leading 158 cyclists – civilians who will reprebattlefields of France to cycle hundreds of sent and honour each Canadian soldier killed kilometers on a trip that sounds as physically in Afghanistan. punishing as it will be therapeutic. Lowe, 28, grew up in Cloverdale and now And if the thought of riding his bike over lives in Abbotsford. Last year, he cobblestones, around hairpin rode from Paris to London, a 563turns, and up huge hills wasn’t km journey with other combat enough to keep him home, then “It turned out to veterans on the Battlefield Bike the spectre of puncturing a bike Ride, a U.K. initiative. be really kind of tire twice in half an hour – thanks He was sponsored by Wounded to shards of flint that lie in wait on liberating. ” Warriors Canada, an organization those bucolic country roadways – that helps Canadian forces memwasn’t about to faze him. bers and reservists who have been Of course, the allure of fresh- John Lowe injured or wounded, with a focus baked croissants in the morning on mental health. and sharing a cold beer at the end As the only rider from B.C., of a long day’s ride with other likeLowe and five Canadian comrades joined 300 minded participants might have also played a British, American and European combat vetrole. erans on a ride across France and England. The group will be cycling approximately He’d initially been apprehensive; as he 100 km/day for eight days – a 700 km jourtrained for the ride, he didn’t know how he’d ney through the battlefields and cemeteries fit in with the other veterans. of the First and Second World Wars as part “You think that your experience is quite of the inaugural Wounded Warriors Canada unique,” said Lowe, who served with the Battlefield Ride. Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry’s The tour will take in the sights at Juno First Battalion in Afghanistan as part of Beach this Friday, June 6 – the 70th anniversary of D-Day, the Allied invasion of See PROUD / Page 5 Normandy, and wind up at Vimy Ridge, site

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Barn fire devastates horse racing community By Jennifer Lang A barn fire in Langley that killed 18 horses over the weekend is an unprecedented loss for the B.C. racing community, the general manager of Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino said Monday. The June 1 barn fire at 224 Street near 40 Avenue in Langley resulted in the death of 17 race horses belonging to JJJ Stables and one family horse. Fraser Downs general manager Ken Stratton offered condolences, adding both Fraser Downs and casino operator Great Canadian Gaming Corp. are “deeply saddened by this calamity.”

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JJJ Stables is owned by Rick Mowles and managed by Bill Davis, a driver and trainer at Fraser Downs. Both have played an important role in the racing operations at Fraser Downs and in the provincial racing industry, Stratton said. “We would like to express our deepest sympathies and condolences to Rick Mowles, the entire Davis family and all those impacted by the fire,” Stratton said in a statement. “This is the first time in our recollection that such an incident occurred causing unprecedented loss for the B.C. racing community.” In the days to come, Great Canadian Gaming Corporation and Fraser Downs will be looking at ways to help JJJ Stables in their recovery process, he added.

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Jackson Wittup, executive director of Harness Racing B.C., said seven of the horses were two-year-olds who hadn’t yet started their careers at Fraser Downs, six were three-yearolds getting ready for the fall season, and four were resting up from the spring meet that just concluded. Together, they were valued between $700,000 and $1 million, representing an extreme loss financially, and emotionally for the stable, because most had been bred and raised since they were foals, he said. Meanwhile, efforts are already underway to help Bill and Laurie Davis, who lost their entire livelihood in the fire, from harnesses to racing colours and helmets.

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have been coming in from across the country. “The family is very humbled and appreciative of the generosity and the outreach from the community,” Pearson said. “It is overwhelming and amazing.” Friend and fellow horseman Walter Slopianka is reaching out for donations of any kind. Email wbslopianka@gmail.com. – Black Press

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By Dan Ferguson A family has lost everything as a result of Sunday’s fire in Langley that killed 18 horses, most of them Standardbred racers. Bill and Laurie Davis were described as a “prominent horse racing family” in Langley with over 35 years of experience by Tanis Pearson. “They are leaders in the racing industry and pioneers in their exceptional horsemanship,” said Pearson, a family friend who is acting as spokesperson for the Davises. “They’re such a phenomenal family. They’re a household name.” The fire – which broke out at the All Seasons mushroom farm on 224 Street near 40 Avenue in Langley Township, was first reported shortly after 2 p.m. At the height of the fight, up to 14 fire trucks and 60 firefighters were on scene. It took about two hours to get under control. Firefighters had to load water from hydrants down the street and transport it to the blaze. The stable was completely destroyed. In addition to the loss of 17 horses, plus a miniature horse, the fire destroyed about $100,000 worth of gear, Pearson said. “This is such a huge tragedy.” A trust fund has been set up to help the family rebuild. Donations can be made to “The Davis Family Trust” at any Aldergrove Credit Union.  Money or E-transfers can be sent to billdavisfamilytrust@ gmail.com with the password being mornasbigboy.  A pub night fundraiser is planned for June 18 at the Town Hall pub in Langley at 19640 64 Avenue. Tickets can be purchased at A & T Equestrian in Cloverdale at

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tudents across the province missed a day of school last week, and missed another day this week thanks to a rotating strike by teachers, as the contract dispute with the provincial government continues. This is unacceptable for everyone involved: students, parents, teachers, administrators, school districts and the provincial government. Teachers have legitimate concerns about the makeup of their classes and the extra demands being placed on them by continuing shifts in education policy. The government, for its part, has significant budgeting challenges, and teachers need to modify their wage demands – currently reported as being a 21.5 per cent increase over four years – significantly. Most importantly, both sides need to really focus on students, and not just pay lip service to the concept. The BC Public School Employers’ Association response to the job action is  to lock out teachers

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and cut salaries by 10 per cent. This has done nothing to move the situation closer to a resolution. Strikes or lockouts – whether for a week, a day or even for a few calculated moments at a time – impact education. The B.C. Teachers’ Federation has said there will be other rotating strikes; this is simply unac-

ceptable. The province agrees that depriving students of an education can not be condoned but is prepared, through the employers’ association, to lock out teachers at the end of the school year; equally unacceptable. The association has issued a directive that limits student-

teacher contact. This is no better. Education is as essential as it has ever been. The global nature of the economy means that B.C. students will be competing with students from all parts of the world as they leave the school system. They will be competing for spaces in post-secondary institutions and for employment opportunities. Holding up their progress, for weeks or even months, due to a labour dispute will do immeasurable damage to their prospects. It might mean a difference in career opportunities and choices, restricting their future and ours. Regardless of the issues being negotiated, representatives from both sides need to compromise far more than they have thus far. Instead, it’s as if both sides are waging a popularity contest and only listening to their own yes-people, leaving our future leaders at risk.

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EXHIBITIONS KIDS CELEBRATE! This lively exhibition for kids of all ages explores the diversity of cultural celebrations in Canada. Discover 13 celebrations through the seasons with hands-on activities and artifacts. Music, dance, food, decoration, costume and games show that the tradition of celebrating is something everyone shares. From the Canadian Museum of History. On display June 7 to September 6   KOMAGATA MARU: 100 YEARS LATER Personalized through image, sound and video, this exhibit tells the social story of the Komagata Maru–a steamship carrying 376 passengers from Punjab, India that was refused entry into British Columbia by Canadian immigration officers in 1914. On display to July 12.   PROGRAMS MAKE BELIEVE BIRTHDAY PARTIES Celebrate your birthday with the Surrey Museum! Invite your friends then choose one of our fun themes: Trains, Pirates, Ancient Egypt, Classic Greek Mythology, or Medieval Europe. Must pre-book at 604-592-6956. Saturdays from 2:00pm-4:00pm, $13.50 per child, birthday child is free.   DISCOVERY SATURDAY: DOORS OPEN The Surrey Museum is yours to explore! Listen to live fiddle music from 11am to 12noon, watch fibre arts demonstrations, explore the exhibit galleries, tour the Museum’s collection storage with the curator, watch performances by The Re-Enactors heritage re-enactment troupe, make pioneer crafts, and enjoy old-fashioned refreshments. Saturday, June 21, 11:00am4:00pm, all ages, by donation.   DOORS OPEN: BEHIND THE SCENES TOUR The doors are open on Surrey’s collections! Join our curator for a fascinating behind-the-scenes tour of collections storage. Hear the stories behind the objects, learn how staff care for collections, and find out how you can view them on our database. Sign up at the Museum front desk is required. Saturday, June 21. Tours at 12 p.m. & 2:30 p.m. Length: 30 minutes. For ages 16yrs+, by donation.   REGISTER FOR SUMMER DAY CAMPS! Museum summer day camps invite kids to explore the world, experiment with science, and learn about history, all while having fun! Themes include Greek mythology, technology, space, and world celebrations. Please call 604-5926956 for info and to register. Tuesdays to Thursdays, July and August.    AT HISTORIC STEWART FARM FATHER’S DAY OPEN HOUSE Float your boat and get on track! See real large scale trains from the Greater Vancouver Garden Railway Club and discover the boating world of Surrey today and long ago. Make a train or boat craft and relax on the verandah with coffee and lemonade. Sunday, June 15, 12noon-3:00pm, all ages, by donation.   STRAWBERRY TEA Book your group, family, or bring a friend to enjoy tea, local strawberries and hand-churned  ice cream served on the verandah of the heritage farmhouse. Must pre-register at 604-592-6956. 1 session $15 (6yrs+), Wed., June 18 and Sat., June 21, 1:00pm-2:00pm.   REGISTER FOR FARM SUMMER DAY CAMPS! Spend your summer at the farm! Kids unplug from phones and devices and explore oldfashioned farm chores, boats and rivers, early settlers, or Victorian parties. Call 604-592-6956 to register. Tues-Fri July & August.

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reconstruction team Task Force 309 in 2009/2010. “But the biggest thing is learning that all of our experiences are very similar.” On the 2013 ride, he met other veterans who had served in Iraq as well as Afghanistan, and even Bosnia and Kosovo. Meeting and talking with other veterans made him realize they shared much in common, even though some spent their deployment in headquarters and not necessarily as an infantry soldier on the front lines, like he did. “My experience [with post traumatic stress] is from being there and seeing it happen to people,” he told The Reporter earlier this week. “But for them, it was the helplessness they felt.” Riding through the battlefields and First and Second World War cemeteries was cathartic.

“At the beginning of the trip, the leaders said, ‘You’re going to laugh. You’re going to cry, and all these emotions are going to happen. It turned out to be really kind of liberating to be in all these places along the way.” He and the other riders were grounded in the knowledge that they were traveling through battlefields where many of their grandfathers had fought. Lowe couldn’t help but wonder if one day future generations will ride through Afghanistan in the same way. “Probably not,” he said. Lowe has now reached the point where he’s comfortable sharing his stories and helping others to learn, and to heal. He credits the support of Wounded Warriors Canada. This time around, the riders will conclude their bike journey at the Canadian memorial at Vimy Ridge, where there will be a ceremony; 2014 marks the 100th anni-

versary of the start of the First World War. Last year, Lowe laid a wreath on the memorial before the start of the ride. “That’s a part of Canadian soil right there,” he said. “It makes me proud.” No matter what the critics will say in 15 years about Canada’s role in Afghanistan, Lowe will know he’s a part of the lineage of soldiers who have served their country. “This trip is about realizing you’re not by yourself,” he said. “Spending time in those places you realize, wow, that experience is shared and has been shared for decades. It makes me proud to be part of that story.” Participants in the Wounded Warriors Canada Battlefield Ride 2014 are raising awareness and funds in support of Canada’s ill and injured armed forces members and their families. – To lend support or follow the team, visit www. bbr14.ca.

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Fab Fourever to conquer Clova The first of two concerts in Cloverdale is a sell-out; tickets still available for tonight

By Jennifer Lang Six months after they conquered America, the Beatles made their first – and only – appearance in Vancouver. It was Aug. 22, 1964, and Beatlemania was in full throttle; the screaming girls, the fainting fans, and the threat of a riot forced the band off the stage at Empire Stadium. We’ve been waiting for an encore ever since. Tonight and tomorrow, the Clova Cinema plays host to the premiere Beatles tribute band – The Fab Fourever, a group of self-confessed Beatles “Super fans� Jody Tenant (Paul), Kevin Davey (John), Jean-Luc Perron (George), Paul Kaszonyi (Ringo) and Blake Mackay (keyboards/ sound effects). They’ll sing all of the Beatles’ memorable live hits, complete with costume changes and without overdubs or pre-recorded music, from She Loves You, I Want to Hold Your Hand, and A Hard Day’s Night to Yellow Submarine, Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields Forever, A Day in the Life, and Hey Jude.

Friday’s performance at the Clova in Cloverdale is a sellout, but there are still tickets available for tonight’s (June 5) show. Whether your favourite was John, Paul, George or Ringo, you’ll want to grab a seat and sing and scream along. The Fab Four Forever is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles historic concert at Empire Stadium Vancouver by playing the entire Vancouver set, from start to finish. The band’s first set takes fans on a journey from the Beatles’ performance on the Ed Sullivan Show to their screamfilled appearance in Vancouver. The second set includes selections from their studio albums, such as Magical Mystery Tour, Sgt. Pepper, the White Album, Let it Be and Abbey Road. The show starts at 7 p.m., doors open 6:30 p.m. Adults: $26, kids 12 and under: $15. Tickets are available only at the box office, when it’s open. The Clova Cinema is located at 5732 176 Street. Or call 778-808-7178 for more information.

Women are invited to a fashion show fundraiser benefiting a Surrey-based organization dedicated to providing support for women and exploited youth. The Women of Value Fashion Show will be held June 8 at West Coast Gardens at 1420 172 Street, from 5 to 8 p.m., and will benefit Servants Anonymous Society in Surrey, a which provides safe homes, education, addiction prevention programs and more to exploited female youth and women. Hosted by Cloverdale’s Malary’s Fashion Network, all proceeds from the evening will go to SAS. There will be appetizers, refreshments, vendor tables as well as the fashion show. Tickets are $45, and can be purchased at Malary’s at 5755 176 Street, West Coast Gardens, on online at http://sasurrey.ca/ events/women-of-value-fashion-show-fundraiser. – Cloverdale Reporter

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PRACTICE POSITIVE WORKSHOP Do you struggle with stress and negativity? Join author and columnist Dawn Carson June 17 (7 p.m.) and June 26 (11 a.m.) at the Cloverdale Library to learn simple tools for a positive mindset. Registration at dawncarson. com. Tickets are $20. AUDITION NOTICE The Royal Canadian Theatre Company is holding auditions for its Christmas panto, Sleeping Beauty. Auditions are June 22 from 1:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Newtown Cultural Centre, 13530 72 Ave., Surrey. Call backs July 6. We need singers, dancers, actors. Show runs Dec. 19 to 28 at Surrey Arts Centre and Jan.

FUNDRAISER FOR JAKOB A fundraiser for Jakob Chambers, Sunday, June 22, at 7 p.m. Special acoustic performance by Country star Dallas Smith. Silent auction, door prizes, circus performers, carnival food and more! All proceeds towards travel and medical expenses for Jakob. Tickets $15. Ages 12 and up. Dallas Smith

ANNOUNCEMENTS GRIEFSHARE RECOVERY SEMINAR AND SUPPORT GROUP Meets Thursdays May 1–June 26, 7–9 p.m. in the Fireside Room at Willoughby Church, 20525 – 72 Avenue in Langley. GriefShare features nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. Seminar sessions include: The Journey of Grief, The Effects of Grief, When Your Spouse Dies, Your Family and Grief, Why? Stuck in Grief, and more. Each session is self-contained so you may join at any time. $20 fee includes workbook. To register contact Willoughby Church 604-530-5959 or email info@willoughbychurch.com. CLUBS/GROUPS CLOVERDALE HORSESHOE CLUB Cloverdale Horseshoe Club Pitching Season is April 1 to Sept. 31 with practice nights at 7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 17886 64 Ave., Cloverdale. Pitching shoes is a healthy activity for all ages. And great family fun, for more information check out our web page at www.cloverdalehorseshoeclub.com also call Jim at 604 585.6831 or Cheryl at 604.593.8193. Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a non-profit weight loss support group. In the Cloverdale area, TOPS meets in the Cloverdale Library Wednesday Nights at 6 p.m. Phone Lynda at 604-856-8014 for more information.

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The trick is to mix it up! if you can be with them then get outside with them! The beach, parks, hiking, , scavenger hunts, bike rides and dog walks are all inexpensive things to do locally. Don’t forget to pack water for everyone, including the dog! If you have to work or the kids want something different, weeklong day camps offer up variety! KidZrock has summer camp care as well as daycare, with a weekly or even daily rate with non stop fun activities and field trips! For a change, how about a learn to skate or hockey camp? Langley Twin Rinks has week long day camps with extended hours by KidZrock. Keep cool, keep skating, and off ice play games, outdoor sports and fun competitions where everyone is a winner! s an extension of what they learn inside the home and daycare. At KidZrock we believe that having the time, space and opportunity to play freely and regularly outdoors is one of the defining characteristics of a happy Childhood!

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15.49m. Ingvaldson also had a pair of fourth-place finishes, missing out on a medal in two throwing events by a combined distance of less than 10m. He was 2.64m shy of the bronze medal in discus with a best throw of 42.17m, while in the hammer throw his top effort of 46.08m was 6.59 shy of third place. Sullivan Heights’ Gill ran to a bronze medal in the girls 800m race with a time of 2:13.99, and added a fourth place finish in the 400m sprint in 58.22. After a seventh-place finish at the provincial meet last season, Nijjar (QE) won a bronze medal in the girls shot put with a throw of 11.20, almost a full metre better than her best throw a year ago. Covington (LFA) took the bronze medal in the girls discus, with a throw of 37.67m. She was also sixth in the hammer throw at 47.37m.

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Cloverdale team takes silver at national volleyball championships, displaying grace and determination under pressure

Cloverdaleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rain City Rebels returned from Edmonton with a shining silver medal in the U18 girls division at the Canadian National Volleyball Championships May 16-18. The team finished with eight wins and one loss, against Winnipegâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vision Elite Volleyball Club in the final. The tournament drew 32 teams from across Canada. Rain City went three and 0 to win their pool May 16, defeating Albertaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Edson Rain 2-0 (25-20, 25-5), Potential from NWT 2-0 (25-8, 25-15), and the Cochrane Jaguars (AB), 2-1 (25-18, 23-25, 1511) in a tough battle. The Rebels were up against other first and second-place teams on May 17, defeating Fort St. John Ice 2-0 (259, 25-12) in their first match, and then the Junior Broncos of Red Deer, AB, in the second, also 2-0 (25-18, 25-21), and finally the Markham Stingers from Ontario â&#x20AC;&#x201C; also undefeated. Rain City fell 25-20 in the first game, but won the second 25-18, and third 15-7 to take the set, putting them in the tier 1 playoff position. May 18, the team faced KVA the Pack from Kamloops in a sudden-death quarter final. After leading game one most of the way, the Rebels lost 21-25. In game two, the team was one point away from elimination numerous

City winning 26-24. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The girls showed unbelievable heart and determination to come back from that far in game two,â&#x20AC;? Rebels coach Gord Houchen said. The Rebels faced Vision Elite VC in the finals. Both teams came with 8-0 records in the tournament.

Vision Elite won game one 25-20. Game two, excellent team defense and strong settling by Connolly put the Rebels up 16-10, but momentum shifted and the Elite closed the gap to 17-20. Strong hitting by Manitoba pushed the Elite to 25-22, a hard-

fought, 2-0 victory. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The girls played with a lot of heart all season and continued to improve every time out,â&#x20AC;? Houchen said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Taking silver at nationals was awesome and I am very proud of our team.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Cloverdale Reporter

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gap between two of our attitudes or behaviors can make us uncomfortable. Social psychologists call this gap “cognitive dissonance.” One of the ways that we cope with cognitive dissonance is by trivializing the gap. We tell ourselves that the inconsistency isn’t really that important. You may have a sense that your thoughts or behaviors have been offensive to the holy God who created you. Perhaps you’ve noticed that trivializing your bad Neighbourhood feelings hasn’t removed the objective reality of Bible Studies your guilt. Wednesdays 7-9 (both locations) The Bible doesn’t Wired Monk at 16811 60th Ave pretend guilt away. South Surrey Bible Study Every crime must Contact: bible.doontoon.com be punished in full; ——————— otherwise, God would Join us on facebook

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‘Walkey hockey’ tournament part of Surrey’s Doors Open festival Organizers of a unique ball hockey tournament are looking for teams to take part in the family-friendly event. Dubbed the Walkey Hockey Tournament, the all-ages competition runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 21 at Brick Yard Station, the shopping plaza at the northwest corner Highway 10 and Highway 15. No one can run or jog (unless

they’re children under the age of 12), and teams are limited to just one male over the age of 12 and under 50. Teams can consist of three players – three women, three men over 50, or a man, woman and child under 12, or a man, and two women. The games last 10 minutes and each team plays three games, not including a possible playoff

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JR. MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Needed Immediately! Monday - Friday No graveyards! No travel!

Reporting to the Maintenance Mgr/Engineer you will carry out a variety of general/preventative maintenance activities throughout our plant & equipment & monitor our waste water treatment facility. Mon.-Fri. operation with early morning & afternoon shifts. The occasional Sat. may be required. Minimum class 4 boiler ticket req. with basic maint. knowledge; hydraulic, electric, pneumatic skills. We provide great training, benefits, and a fun family atmosphere! If you possess the skills, and have a desire to grow and develop, submit your resume to Francis Ho: francis_ho@unifirst.com

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FINANCIAL SERVICES

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES 329 PAINTING & DECORATING

Unfiled Tax Returns? Unreported Income? Avoid Prosecution and Penalties. Call a Tax Attorney First! 855-668-8089 (Mon-Fri 9-6 ET)

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283 GUTTERS & DOWNSPOUTS

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MARKETPLACE VENDORS NEEDED DO you have a product that you would like to sell? BOOK space at our Langley Canada Day Celebration.

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338 PERSONAL SERVICES

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(Ceiling & Trim extra) Price incls Cloverdale Premium quality paint. NO PAYMENT until Job is completed. Ask us about our Laminate Flooring & Maid Services.

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CATS GALORE, TLC has for adoption spayed & neutered adult cats. 604-309-5388 / 604-856-4866 Collie Doodle Puppies (Collie x Poodle) Born Feb 26. Mom is a Rough Collie (45 lbs) and Dad is a small Standard Poodle (50 lbs). Both have health clearances (eyes, hips, elbows). 2 very curly black females avail. We have bred this litter special to create the perfect family companion (intelligent, gentle, easy to train, always willing to please, happy indoors and outdoors, good with children and animals, low to no shed). These puppies will not need a heavy hand to train. They are sweet, kind and sensitive puppies. They will be very similar in looks and in nature to the Golden Doodle only smaller, calmer and will mature sooner. We are a 4H (agility, obedience, showmanship) family and our dogs are a part of our home and life and we wish the same for our puppies. Please consider the time and commitment needed to raise a dog and you will have our support and guidance for life. Pups will have shots and deworming. Reduced to $850. 604820-4827 Golden Retriever pups, M/F, $700 each. Call (604)997-0024. No Sunday calls. 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

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