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KPU INKS $300K DEAL WITH PIPELINE FIRM ▼ KWANTLEN STUDENT ASSOCIATION BLASTS AGREEMENT WITH KINDER MORGAN JEFF NAGEL

Kwantlen Polytechnic University Academic Vice-Ppresident Salvador Ferreras said he had no ethical qualms about signing a benefits agreement with Kinder Morgan that will bring $300,000 to the institution over 20 years if the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is approved. “None at all,” he said, adding the decision was about putting the interests of students first. “We as a university do not have a position on the Trans Mountain pipeline at all.” The agreement unveiled last Tuesday at KPU’s Langley campus is the latest in Trans Mountain’s efforts to conclude benefit deals with local cities and post-secondary institutions in the name of delivering “legacies” with the project but also demonstrating local support.

▶ SUMMER BY THE SEA Jason Dragan, 2, gets a close look at a Dungeness crab caught by his dad Steve off the Crescent Beach Pier last Wednesday afternoon.

H2O RESTRICTIONS LOOM ▶ WATER CONSERVATION ON THE RADAR IN THE REGION AS RESERVOIR LEVELS FALL AND TEMPERATURES RISE

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Drinking water reservoir levels have fallen rapidly in Metro Vancouver and tougher water use restrictions are a conservation option. A move to stage 2 restrictions could, if nec-

essary, be directed by the regional district’s water commissioner, according to Metro utilities committee chair Darrell Mussatto. He said he wouldn’t be surprised if that happened by July 3, but Metro water services general manager Tim Jervis said Thursday his department does not yet anticipate a need to go that far. “We had a record dry May, June is very dry and we’ve got hot weather coming up,” said Mussatto, mayor of North Vancouver City. “We need either some rain to fall in significant amounts to get the reservoirs back up or we’re going to have to look at curtailing use.” Under Metro’s Water Shortage Response

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Photos released of men police believe were shooting targets ▼ SURREY RCMP HOPING TO IDENTIFY A PAIR THEY THINK WERE SHOT AT OUTSIDE A RESTAURANT ON JUNE 8 SHEILA REYNOLDS

Surrey RCMP is looking for the public’s help in identifying two men they believe were the intended targets of a shooting near a restaurant on the Surrey-Delta border in early June. On June 8, just after 9 p.m., shots were fired in a parking lot near 72 Avenue and 120 Street. Two males who police say were eating at a nearby restaurant are thought to be the intended targets of the shooting, but fled the area in a blue vehicle before police arrived. Witnesses said the shots may have come from a silver SUV which also immediately fled. Mounties say to date, neither intended victim has been identified or come forward to file a police report. While police believe they know who one of the targets is, that person denies any involvement. On Monday (June 30), Surrey RCMP released still images taken from security cameras in hopes the two men might be positively identified. “We were hoping that the victims, at the Surrey RCMP have released this very least, video image of two men believed would to be the intended victims of a have come shooting in Newton on June 8. forward,” SURREY RCMP said Sgt. Dale Carr. “Without the cooperation of these two victims it makes our job that much harder in identifying the suspects. We are doing everything we can to solve these shootings but we need the help of the victims and any witnesses to further the investigation.” Police ask anyone with information on this or any of the recent shootings to call the tip line at 604-915-6566 or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800222-TIPS or online at www.solvecrime.ca

▶ LIFE’S A BEACH Kids pack Crescent Beach in a bid to beat the heat. Record-smashing temperatures occured over the weekend and the hot, dry weather is expected to continue into next week. EVAN SEAL

More language programs coming to Surrey schools ▼ NEW CLASSES TO START AT COUGAR CREEK ELEMENTARY AND POSSIBLY T.E. SCOTT SHEILA REYNOLDS

A new early French immersion (FI) program will start at Cougar Creek Elementary in the fall, and trustees hope to establish another Punjabi language program in Surrey in the coming school year. The addition of the French program is, in part, in response to long waiting lists for parents wishing to enrol their children in FI in kindergarten. The Cougar Creek program, located at 12236 70A Ave., will mean seven of Surrey’s 101 elementary schools now offer early French immersion. Parents with kids on existing wait lists will be contacted first for possible registration. The program addition is one of several recommendations made in a Surrey School District staff report recently endorsed by Surrey Board of Education trustees. The Long Range Facilities and Education Plan, available to view at http://bit. ly/1dmdel3, contains more than 40 wide-ranging proposals regarding the district’s future direction and program and facility priorities. Extensive public consultations on choice programs earlier this year showed a public desire to expand so-called “choice” ▶ “Our board program expansion, particularly French Immersion. heard loud and “Our board heard loud and clear our parents clear our parents value the quality and variety of our value the quality programs of choice, and they and variety of want more,” said board chairperson Shawn Wilson. “While our programs of we continue to be challenged choice...” for space because of ongoing growth, trustees support staff ’s SHAWN WILSON recommendations to find ways

to meet the widespread desire for these programs.” Subject to community consultations, trustees also hope to give the go-ahead to a new Punjabi language program at T.E. Scott Elementary (7079 148 St.) that would begin in September. A recent survey of Grade 4 parents at 10 Surrey elementary schools with the highest proportion of Punjabi-speaking families indicated more than 30 families would register their child for a Punjabi language class in Grade 5 if one was available. Punjabi is already offered at three elementary schools (Beaver Creek, Newton and Strawberry Hill) and two high schools (Princess Margaret and Tamanawis). Trustees have also requested district staff review policies regarding programs of choice and consult parents about whether registration priority for siblings should be modified. Currently, children on wait lists with siblings already in programs get priority over others. As an example of how that could affect the registration process, the district said of the 250 on the wait list for Fine Arts program, most of the new spaces available each year are filled by siblings. Trustees already altered the registration process for some programs this year, changing it from a one-day, first-comefirst-served, phone-in session to a three-week online application process where applicants are chosen by random draw. Another change on the horizon is the possibility of moving a couple of current French immersion programs that are at crowded schools. District staff say that when the new high school in the North Clayton area opens – hopefully sometime in 20172018 – approximately 600 students will need to be relocated from overflowing Lord Tweedsmuir (LT) Secondary, which has 2,000 students and has been on an double-bell schedule for five years. One option would be to move the French Immersion program at LT to the new high school. The district hopes to consult with the school community during the coming year to explore options. The district will also examine the possibility of relocating the FI program that’s presently at Woodward Hill Elementary. Because the Sullivan area is growing rapidly, schools in the area are pressed for space, with the biggest impact felt at Woodward Hill.


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Chafer beetle worsens woes An invasive species is getting part of the blame for rising water demand in Metro Vancouver. European chafer beetles have infested a much wider area over the winter and regional district officials expect an upswing in water demand as homeowners reseed and water damaged lawn areas. It’s yet another factor adding to the impetus to impose stringent water use rules. “We’re asking people to hold off and not to replant their lawns until the fall,” said Metro utilities committee chair Darrell Mussatto, adding infested turf should be removed and destroyed. Lawns infested by the beetles typically get destroyed by predators such as raccoons, skunks and crows that dig into the grass to feast on the beetle grubs. Many homeowners combat the beetles with nematodes – microscopic roundworms that devour the beetle larvae. That strategy requires moist soil conditions to work and more sprinkling as a result. Some cities give blanket approval for watering of nematode-treated lawns outside the allowed times, while others require a shortterm exemption permit. They’re expected to adopt a common approach of allowing frequent watering of treated lawns for up to two weeks between 4 and 9 a.m. Chafer beetles were first spotted in New Westminster in 2001 but have spread as far as UBC, the North Shore, the Tri Cities, Surrey, Richmond and Delta. The best defence against the arrival of the beetles is a healthy lawn, according to Metro, and mowing at a height of six to nine centimetres can help.


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Two men are in hospital after another shooting in North Surrey. At about 1 a.m. Friday, police received calls of shots fired in the 12300-block of Iona Place in North Surrey. Police arrived to find two men suffering from gunshot wounds. One, a man in his 20s, suffered serious injuries but is expected to survive. The second victim, also in his early 20s,

received only minor wounds. Neighbours reported hearing multiple shots. Suspects in the shooting have not been identified yet. “Surrey RCMP is investigating this matter thoroughly with the Serious Crime Unit and Forensic Identification Services still on scene,” said Cpl. Scotty Schumann. “Officers will be combing the area to identify more witnesses and any evidence. This appears to have been a targeted shooting and police don’t believe there is any further risk to the public.” It is Surrey’s 38th shooting in the last

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Beach bonfires lead to tickets and arrest ▶ RCMP TO STEP UP FOOT AND BIKE PATROLS OF POPULAR AREAS IN SURREY BLACK PRESS

Surrey RCMP wrote dozens of violation tickets last weekend in Crescent Beach in response to local residents’ concerns about “unlawful bonfires” and groups congregating on the beach. During foot patrols of the area on Friday and Saturday evenings, officers from the RCMP’s Crime Response Unit issued tickets for bonfires – some of which were left unattended, and for which Surrey Fire Services were called in to extinguish – and also issued $230 violation tickets for consuming alcohol in public. A number of vehicles were also checked during nearby roadblocks, and tickets for speeding and not wearing seat belts were also issued. As well, a small amount of marijuana was seized from one vehicle, RCMP said in a release. In the same vehicle, one passenger was also found to be the subject of an out-ofprovince arrest warrant. “As the summer season heats up, our Cpl. Scotty officers will be conductSchumann ing foot and bike patrols along with traffic enforcement in some of the more popular areas of our city to congregate,” Surrey RCMP Corp. Scotty Schumann said in a news release. “These high visibility patrols are meant to help keep the peace and control any potentially unsafe situations. Surrey RCMP wants to ensure that Surrey residents have a fun and safe summer.” To report any illegal activities at Surrey’s beaches, parks or other areas please contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or make a report online.

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Keep Alexa in mind It has been seven years since four-year-old Alexa Middelaer was killed by an alcohol-impaired driver, while feeding horses along the side of the road with her aunt. In that time the police, her family and their many supporters have worked tirelessly to make B.C.’s roads safer for everyone through Alexa’s Team – which was created in 2008 and honours police officers dedicated to removing drunk drivers from our streets. In recent years, drunk driving rules – and penalties for those who break them – have been tightened across the province, which is, of course, commendable. Recently, Alexa’s Bus – a mobile safety unit that travels throughout B.C. – has been on a blitz through the province, nominating RCMP officers to Alexa’s Team along the way. To all who are nominated, the accolades are well-de-

served, but at the same time, it is sad that their work is still necessary, when the deadly consequences of impaired driving are so well-known. The work of Alexa’s team – and all who promote safe driving and work to eradicate drunk driving from our society – is always brought into stark relief during the summer months, as people hit the road for summer vacation. And whether those vacations include camping trips, music festivals or simply gathering with friends for an afternoon barbecue, the chances of making the poor decision to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol looms. And just like seven years ago when Alexa – who attended preschool in Crescent Beach – was killed, each summer brings us more impaired-driving crashes, and provides more sobering

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reminders that there is still much work to be done. The solutions to keeping our roads safe are, of course, relatively simple ones, rooted in common sense. If you know your activities will involve alcohol, plan ahead, and arrange for a designated driver. If your plans change midway to involve alcohol, then call a taxi or take public transit. And if, for some reason, none of those options are feasible, call a friend, a family member, walk home or crash on somebody’s couch for the night. They may not be ideal solutions, but anything is better than choosing to get behind the wheel in that situation. Do your part to keep the roads safe. We do not need any more fatalities or serious-injury crashes to remind us of the perils of drinking and driving.

B.C. still the Wild West for elections BC VIEWS ▼ Tom Fletcher

The man behind “HarperPAC” says it lived and died in a few days to make a point about third-party advertising in Canadian politics. When it launched, I wondered why he would choose such a deliberately provocative name. No, not “Harper,” but the acronym for “Political Action Committee,” which has come to symbolize the financial excesses of U.S. politics. HarperPAC ran one radio ad, accusing Liberal leader Justin Trudeau of blaming voters for his declining popularity, and suggesting that Trudeau’s “months of mistakes” are a likelier cause. No kidding. HarperPAC spokesman Stephen Taylor, who like Stephen Harper before him has worked for the National Citizens’ Coalition, announced the end of the project last week. “We have contributed to a new discussion about political financing in a fixed election era that is critical to our democracy,” Taylor said. “We note that this discussion only occurred once a right-wing analog of the left’s PAC-style

efforts emerged on the scene.” Indeed, it was when HarperPAC emerged that muttering began about “dark money” in Canadian politics. Unifor, Anti-Conservative front LeadNow and the many faces of the Tides Foundation somehow failed to ignite much discussion in the Canadian media. Taylor launched the bid in response to the emergence of “Engage Canada,” a union-financed action committee that he said was part of a broader effort by the left to oust the Conservatives. Engage Canada portrays itself as a brave alternative to shadowy right-wing groups such as Working Canadians, which has also run pro-Conservative ads. Engage Canada’s latest ad plays on the union movement’s cherished “inequality” theme, selecting statistics to portray the wealthy as making out far better than the rest of us in Harper’s Canada. (The notion that “inequality” can and should be fixed by ever-higher taxes on “the rich” staggers on, zombie-like, as if capitalism was the cause of poverty.) Two recent developments have led to

all this. Scheduled elections every four years have finally taken effect at the federal level, after a series of minority governments. And courts have repeatedly struck down efforts to restrict third-party spending in the so-called “pre-campaign” period as an unwarranted restriction on free speech. The B.C. Liberal government tried and failed several times to restrict third party spending, largely in response to the million-dollar tirades of the teachers’ union. Former attorney general Wally Oppal used to warn about American-style influence by wealthy interest groups targeting scheduled elections. Their strategy was not so much to keep corporate money out of B.C. politics as to keep it flowing through the B.C. Liberal Party. This spring the B.C. Liberal majority passed Bill 20, the Election Amendment Act. Not only did this recognize the freedom of outsiders to weigh in on elections, it also did away with pre-cam-

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paign restrictions on registered political parties and candidates. NDP MLA Leonard Krog warned that this sets the stage for “some mad Wild West show,” with politicians so desperate to raise money they start looking for the B.C. equivalent of renting out the Lincoln bedroom in the White House. The big difference between the pre-campaign ads for this fall’s federal election and the next provincial vote in 2017 is that corporate and union donations to parties and candidates have been eliminated at the federal level. That means more money available for third-party campaigns, but it seems to be fairly well distributed between the two sides, the Conservatives and everybody else. Here in the Wild West, nothing’s going to change as long as the B.C. Liberals are in the saddle. Tom Fletcher is legislature reporter and columnist for Black Press.

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INBOX ▼ REZONING PROPOSAL IN SINGLE-FAMILY NEIGHBOURHOOD PUTS ROBSON PARK AT RISK Re: Rezoning application for 12658 100 St. from single family to assembly. Last year, the applicant for this rezoning held a public information session. The packed church saw those attending vociferously voicing their concern for Robson Park. Bearing in mind that the subdivision north of the proposed rezoning is one where mega-houses cannot be built, rezoning to shorten set-backs and build an assembly hall with underground parking in this single-family residential area is ludicrous. Underground parking is a commercial venture, not one for a single-family neighbourhood, especially one where housing size is protected. The request for reduced front and east side setbacks, as well as reduced landscaping requirements, will further leave the single-family neighbourhood with less oxygen-producing flora. Furthermore, Robson Park has a resident beaver and the stream is a salmon-bearing one. The proposed rezoning is

encapsulated in Robson Park. At last year’s information session, the applicant attendees were unaware of the stream’s importance; they didn’t seem aware of the millions spent on the park’s upgrading nor the millions spent on sewer upgrading in the park; they didn’t seem interested in the Streamkeepers’ concerns; and they didn’t know about a beaver. Proponents of the rezoning want to avail themselves of a location to be open every single day of the year. They’ll be driving and parking in the proposed underground parking. They’ll pollute the air with their cars and leave the polluted air for the neighbouring single-family residents to breathe.  Increased traffic will endanger the children whose playground is next to this single-family lot. This rezoning application should not be passed. Let your voice be heard – email your concerns to clerks@surrey.ca   Annie Kaps Surrey

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Have a safe summer ▼ CITY OF SURREY BYLAW OFFICERS STEP UP PATROLS FOR THE SEASON

With the summer season and hot, sunny weather upon us, here are few simple tips to ensure everyone has a safe and fun summer in the City of Surrey: • The temperature in a parked car, even in the shade with the windows partly open, can rapidly reach a level that will seriously harm or even kill your pet. • Please be aware of the summer sprinkling regulations and be mindful to conserve water. • Open burning is not permitted anywhere in the city, this includes outdoor fireplaces, chimney’s and campfires, unless they are propane or gas supplied. • Charcoal barbecues are not permitted in city parks or on city beaches. • Smoking is prohibited in all parks, including athletic parks, recreational facilities and parking lots. Do not dispose of

Tove Jorgensen enjoys the sand and sun with her grandson Hayden, 5, on Crescent Beach. EVAN SEAL cigarettes on grass, in parks or out of car windows. • The warm weather and longer days bring more people outdoors. With more social gatherings in backyards, please be courteous to your neighbours. City of Surrey bylaw officers are on patrol seven days a week

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Legislature back July 13 for LNG ▶ GOVERNMENT TO DEBATE FIRST MAJOR LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS INVESTMENT TOM FLETCHER

The B.C. legislature is being recalled July 13 to examine and approve a 25-year tax and royalty agreement for B.C.’s first major liquefied natural gas (LNG) investment. Finance Minister Mike de Jong said last Tuesday a project development agreement for Pacific Northwest LNG’s pipeline and export terminal near Prince Rupert has been approved by the energy companies proposing the investment of up to $36 billion. The project still needs federal environmental approval and an agreement with Coast Tsimshian and other First Nations in whose traditional territories the

pipeline and shipping facilities would be built. Members of the Lax Kw’alaams Band voted down an offer from Pacific Northwest LNG in May, citing concern about the terminal’s impact on salmon habitat in the Skeena River estuary, despite a design change to build a bridge for the pipeline above the area known as Flora Bank. The province revealed the general outlines of the project agreement in May. It provides minimum gas royalty revenues for B.C., with increased revenue to the investors if the spread between North American and Asian prices increases during the term. It also provides for compensation to the investors if future governments impose “discriminatory” increases to carbon tax or greenhouse gas regulations on LNG plants during the next 25 years. NDP leader John Horgan said he is concerned that the B.C.

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Campfire ban in effect for most of B.C. ▶ FIRE DANGER IS EXTREME ACROSS THE SOUTHWESTERN AREA OF THE PROVINCE JEFF NAGEL

The rising threat of wildfires has led to a campfire ban across much of southwestern B.C. The ban declared by the Coastal Fire Centre took effect at noon on Saturday and covers the entire Lower Mainland – except where fires are allowed by local municipalities – and all but the northernmost part of Vancouver Island. The fire danger rating is high across the Lower Mainland and there’s a pocket of extreme fire risk in the region on the east side of Harrison Lake, said Fire Information Officer Donna MacPherson. She said the extreme-risk area is expected to expand because there’s no significant precipitation in

the forecast, while a heat wave this weekendbrought temperatures to 29 degrees Celsuis near the water and the low 30s inland, further drying the fuels in the forest. “We’re a little concerned that people don’t understand how dry it is,” MacPherson said. “We’re seeing dryness that normally occurs in late July or August, instead of at this time of the year. June is typically our wet month.” Long grasses that are tinder dry can easily be sparked by thrown cigarette or an ATV that drives through, she said. The main fire still burning in B.C. is the 568-hectare Elaho Valley fire west of Pemberton. It’s 40 per cent contained. More than 530 fires have already been ignited across B.C. this year, and more than 63,000 hectares have burned.

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tal protection technology students would be working on these types of projects anyway. This is one of their career paths. We feel we should be giving the opportunity to those students who need those chances.” He said KPU is willing to organize a formal dialogue about the issue if students or faculty are upset about the agreement. Trans Mountain project officials said the KPU money is primarily a benefits legacy, but add it’s conceivable some students benefitting from scholarships could go through a program there in time to work on

the project. But student leaders have blasted the university’s decision to accept the contribution. The Kwantlen Student Association said it opposes the agreement that would see the pipeline company give about $15,000 a year in scholarships for trades and technology students. “KPU’s acceptance of this money amounts to a tacit endorsement of the pipeline project,” said KSA Vice-President Alex McGowan, adding the pipeline poses “unacceptable risks” and would contribute to the acceleration of climate change. Students say they weren’t consulted and the move makes a mockery of the university’s commitment to sustainability and the aboriginal group for which it is named. “KPU students want nothing to do with this project,” added KSA President Allison Gonzalez. “We are shocked at this agreement.” Alumni are also speaking out. “I have never been so embarrassed to be a Kwantlen grad,” said Justine Nelson. “Many consider this

type of ‘generosity’ to be an agreement in April a bribe,” she said. “While for $500,000 in contrithe university states it butions. has no stance on the Parsons Bell confirmed pipeline, it has a duty to Trans Mountain has had consider the effects this “conversations” with expansion will have, and officials at the University not succumb to Kinder of the Fraser Valley and Morgan’s attempts to Simon Fraser University, buy support of local but could not provide communities.” the status of any talks. Kinder Morgan Talks are also unspokesperson Lizette derway and in varying Parsons Bell degrees of defended progress ▶ “It’s just the KPU with Lower another way partnership Mainland when asked cities along to provide if it could the pipeline legacies be seen as route – co-opting Chilliwack, for those the school Abbotsford, communities or its stuLangley dents. Township, in which you She Surrey and operate.” noted Trans Coquitlam Mountain – with the LIZETTE PARSONS has worked exception BELL with UBC’s of Burnaby, engineering which has department refused to for more than 15 years. talk to the company. “Businesses have partThe most advanced nered with educational was Chilliwack, where institutions for probably city council last month as long as educational voted to defer signing institutions have been off on a deal that would around,” Parsons Bell have seen Trans Mounsaid. tain contribute $800,000 “It’s just another way for a pedestrian walkto provide legacies for way. Council there now those communities in intends to wait for a final which you operate.” recommendation on the Thompson Rivers pipeline twinning from University also signed the National Energy Board (NEB). Critics had argued that offer had the appearance of a “bribe” because Chilliwack had not yet filed its comments on the project to the NEB. Here’s your chance to win the... Kinder Morgan has benefit deals worth $5 million with 18 other municipalities along the pipeline route from OF THE Hope to northern Alberta. Money promised would go to various local VOTED # PROMOTED improvements, such as EVENT IN NORTH AMERICA! parks, trails and water system upgrades. We are seeking B.C.'s best amateur The agreements are all contingent on the photographers to send in their project getting NEB favourite photos of an event, a approval. sport, a family image, and/or action Parsons Bell denied the company is pressing shot within the last 12 months. for early agreements to help neuter public oppoSubmit up to sition to the pipeline as the NEB process nears 5 (five) of your the oral hearing stage. favourite shots She said doing deals between now early helps the company UTT and July 3rd, plan and potentially STEVE D OTO BY UND PH ER - GRO then all photos N arrange to have pipeline IN W 2014 project workers do the d will be reviewed local improvements m mber of photographers will be and a select number while they’re in the area. chosen for the ultimate prize of up to $1500 The Kwantlen First in prizes and fulll VIP access to the Abbotsford Nation, KPU’s namesake, is an intervenor show, August 7, 8, 9, 2015. International Airshow, before the NEB opposing the pipeline ENTER expansion. Spokesman Brandon TODAY! Gabriel Kwelexwecten UPLOAD YOUR PHOTOS TO said the deal with the SURREYLEADER.COM/CONTESTS university “flies in the face” of KPU pledges to POWERED closely collaborate with BY: the First Nation.

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Obesity is a much bigger problem in the Fraser Valley than in Metro Vancouver, according to one of many findings in a broad study of health in local communities. The My Health My Community survey, released by health authorities, shows how each municipality in the Lower Mainland stacks up on multiple indicators of health and wellbeing measured in 2012 and 2013. It found 34 per cent of Fraser Valley residents are obese, compared to 22 per cent in Metro Vancouver. Obesity was highest – 30 per cent or more – in areas such as Powell River, Chilliwack, Langley City, Mission, Maple Ridge and Abbotsford, while it was below 20 per cent in Whistler, Vancouver, Richmond, Port Moody and Burnaby. Obesity is a major risk factor for chronic disease onset and officials predict the data will shape strategies to help residents improve their lifestyle. “The survey is like a blood test for our communities,” said Fraser Health chief medical health officer Dr. Victoria Lee. The data has already helped pinpoint where the biggest problem areas are for certain types of health risk. Surrey has the Lower Mainland’s highest rates of diagnosed diabetes at about 11.5 per cent, thought to be in part because of the increased prevalence of diabetes in South Asians due to diet. The survey showed smoking rates are highest in Hope at 22 per cent, followed by Langley City at 18 per cent – significantly above the average of 11 per cent in both Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. Hope also had the worst high blood pressure rates and had high numbers of residents reporting multiple chronic conditions. Langley City, Richmond, Maple Ridge and Surrey scored worst in general health, while North Shore communities

and Whistler scored best, beating the provincial average. Mission, Maple Ridge and Langley had the highest rates of mood or anxiety disorders. The findings also show how each city performs on various wellness measures, such as the amount of physical activity they get, consumption of fruits and vegeta-

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The highest proportion of residents who mainly walk or cycle to run errands were reported in Vancouver, New Westminster, North Vancouver and Langley City, while the lowest rates were in Abbotsford, Mission, Coquitlam, Langley Township and Chilliwack. Health officials say more physical activity and less time spent in cars can help ward off chronic disease, along with other lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, eating healthy foods and drinking responsibly. The study found that compact urban centres better support active transportation modes like walking and biking. The survey also showed that when disaster strikes, you’re going to wish you’re on the rural Sunshine Coast. More than 40 per cent of residents there and in Sechelt or on Bowen Island reported having at least three days of supplies stockpiled for emergencies, compared to less than 25 per cent in Surrey, Vancouver, Coquitlam, Langley City and Whistler. Detailed community profiles are posted on the survey’s website showing the ranking on 37 different indicators of health and wellbeing. They can be found at: http://bit.ly/ 1LKXzYg


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Botham hired to coach KPU basketball ▼ FORMER UNBC ASSISTANT COACH TAKES OVER KPU EAGLES WOMEN’S TEAM RICK KUPCHUK

Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) looked to the north in their search for a head coach for its women’s basketball program, and have announced Mandy Botham of Prince George has accepted the job. An assistant coach with the University of Northern BC Timberwolves of Canada West for the past two seasons, Botham takes over a KPU Eagles team which went 7-14 (won-lost) in the 201415 season to place sixth in the eight-team PACWEST (Pacific Western Conference) league. “I am very excited that coach Botham has Mandy Botham accepted our offer,” said David Kent, the director of athletics and recreation at KPU. “I welcome her to the Eagles family and look forward to great success for the women’s basketball program over the coming years.” Botham is also the current head coach of Basketball BC’s under-15 girls team which placed fourth at the 2014 nationals, and has worked in the Performance and Target Athlete Performance programs run by Canada Basketball and Basketball BC. She played at the collegiate level with ▶ “I am very the Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves excited that of the Alberta Colleges coach Botham Athletic Conference, winning a bronze has accepted medal at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Assoour offer.” ciation in the 1994-95 DAVID KENT season. “It’s truly an honour to have the opportunity to take this team into the future and be the next leader of this program,” said Botham. “I am fortunate to be given a position to be able to influence and shape young women and future leaders in our community.” Botham will start work with the program this month, and will announce her coaching staff in the coming weeks. Dates are set for two player identification camps on Thursday, July 16 and Friday, Aug. 14. Tryouts are open to any females who will be studying at KPU in the fall. Registration and waiver completion is required, and all registration can be completed on the KPU Eagles women’s basketball website www.kpu.ca/eagles/wbasketball

White Rock Tritons baserunner Dawson Veeneman dives back to first base while North Delta Blue Jays first baseman Braeden Miller fields a throw. The Tritons swept a double header Saturday at Mackie Park. BOAZ JOSEPH

Jays win one in five, fall to seventh place ▼ BC PREMIER BASEBALL LEAGUE TEAM SWEPT BY WHITE ROCK, SPLITS WITH VICTORIA TO FALL BELOW .500 RICK KUPCHUK

Four losses in five games has dropped the North Delta Blue Jays one position in the standings, and one game below the .500 mark as the B.C. Premier Baseball League heads into the final three weeks of its regular season. The Jays dropped to seventh place in the 12-team 18-and-under league with a 1-0 loss to the Whalley Chiefs Thursday evening at Whalley Stadium, then fell below .500 when swept 2-0 and 7-0 by the

White Rock Tritons at home Saturday at Mackie Park. At home again Sunday, the Jays split a double header with the Victoria Mariners, losing 5-2 before posting a 5-1 victory. Now at 15-16 (win-loss) with 13 games to play, the Blue Jays are still on pace to secure a playoff position, although a top four finish which would have them host a best-of-three quarterfinal series is now likely out of reach. North Delta struggled of-

fensively through much of the weekend, starting Thursday in Whalley. The Blue Jays managed just four hits in the loss. Max Kondratowski was effective on the mound for North Delta, not allowing a walk in six innings pitched while striking out three Chiefs batters. Whalley scored an unearned run on four singles. Matthew Poirier went twofor-three at the plate for the Jays, who left eight men on base. North Delta’s offensive struggles continued Saturday, as they had just six hits in the two games against the Tritons and were shut out twice. Mackenzie Marquis was twofor-three and Trevor Gentles had a double in the first game,

but the Jays left three runners in scoring position. Tyler Hoefer took the loss after pitching all seven innings. He allowed one earned run on four hits and a pair of walks while striking out six batters. Braeden Miller had a single and a double, but those were the only hits for North Delta in the second game. The Tritons scored their seven runs on 12 hits and a pair of walks. The Blue Jays scored their first runs of the weekend in the first game Sunday against the Mariners. Mackenzie Marquis doubled to score Lucas Naidu from first base, then scored on a sacrifice fly by Poirier. continued on page 14


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Wotherspoon, Stephens selected in NHL draft ▶ SURREY NATIVES SELECTED BY NEW YORK ISLANDERS, BUFFALO SABRES

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A pair of defencemen from Surrey heard their names called Saturday morning at the weekend’s National Hockey League (NHL) Entry Draft in Sunrise, Florida. Parker Wotherspoon of the Tri-City Americans was selected by the New York Islanders in the fourth round, 112th overall, while Devante

Stephens of the Kelowna Rockets was claimed by the Buffalo Sabres with the first pick of the fifth round, 122nd overall. “I’m really excited to be a part of such a great organization,” said Wotherspoon, who was in Sunrise when the Islanders called his name. “It’s been one of the best days of my life that I’ll never forget. Can’t wait to get to camp and be in Brooklyn for the first time and get to know it.” The 17-year-old is the younger brother of Calgary Flames defenceman Tyler Wother-

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to continue to be a key part of our club next season.” Stephens had earned his team’s Rookie of the Year award in Kelowna this past season, after scoring four goals and 11 points in 64 games. He had plenty of opportunity to impress NHL scouts in the postseason, as the Rockets claimed the WHL championship and went to the final of the Memorial Cup tournament, losing 2-1 in overtime to the Oshawa Generals. He will also attend an NHL training camp in September, and will likely be returned to the Rockets before the Sabres start regular season play next season. But Buffalo is convinced they have selected a future NHL defenceman. “When we drafted him, coach Dan (Bylsma) walked by the table (pumped his fist) and said ‘yeah!’ He knows him (Stephens) and he’s convinced he’ll be an NHL player,” said Sabres director of amateur scouting Greg Royce “We’re convinced he’ll be an NHL player so we believe we had a steal there.”

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The Mariners broke a 2-2 tie with a run in the sixth inning, then added a pair of insurance scores in the seventh. Daniel Gosselin pitched well for six innings, collecting six strikeouts, but took the loss after allowing two earned runs on five hits and four walks. North Delta picked up its first win of the weekend in Sunday’s second game, scoring four times in the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie. Miller and Kondratowski paced the offense with a pair of hits each. Miller had a pair of doubles to score two runs. Marquis also had a pair of RBIs. Clint Taylor threw a complete-game two-hitter for the win, allowing just three walks. North Delta plays four times next weekend on Vancouver Island, visiting the 7-25 Parksville Royals Saturday for two games, then facing the 22-12 Nanaimo Pirates twice on Sunday.


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Hiring NANNY for 2 children for private household in Surrey. Perm & F/T, $11.00/hr. Req: Secondary School or equivalent; At least 6 months of F/T training OR Min 1 yr exp in the past 3 yrs as Caregiver or related occupation; Fluent in English. Duties: Supervise, care, prepare meals for children; Bath, dress & feed children; light housekeeping; discipline children as per parents’ methods; assume responsibility of households in absence of parents; create positive child care; maintain safe environment for children. Optional accommodation available at no charge - this is not a condition for employment. Email resume: simiboyal1@gmail.com

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This position is part of the core office team in our Langley office and is a challenging admin. position requiring many different skill sets to deal with all aspects and components of the position. This position acts as a liaison between the Accounting dept. and the Sales/Shipping dept. with respect to the invoicing and inventory. Responsible for compliance with The Langley Concrete Group’s policies and procedures, timely and accurate invoicing, inputting of deposits, as well as inputting & monitoring of all documents, transactions and records impacting the Accounts Receivable system. The Accounts Receivable Clerk is expected to perform, in a timely and accurate manner, all tasks listed below while maintaining professionalism and confidentially in the performance of this important role in our Langley office environment. Qualifications and Position Requirements: • Preference will be given to candidates with Two plus years exp. in accounts receivable / collections and reception in a computerized accounting enviro. • Consistent, reliable attendance is req. in order to successfully perform & complete the essential job functions and duties of this position • Good knowledge of accounting principles is required Please send updated resume and cover letter indicating salary expectations to hr@ langleyconcretegroup.com

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Container Services Van-Kam Freightways Ltd has envisioned and strived for transportation excellence since 1947. Our successful and long standing relationship with our customers and our status as a major transporter enables us to continue expansion and to provide an infrastructure that ensures a punctual and dependable service capability. This position will be focused on container drayage and off-dock container services: Building our port business both for inbound and outbound overseas clients as well as our domestic clients for this service. Our diverse network within Western Canada allows the successful individual many pools to draw from to be able to successfully present our “Value Proposition”. This individual will project a confident and professional image for Van-Kam. Applicants should have previous sales experience which demonstrates an ability to ‘grow the business’ and to seek creative solutions to transportation issues. The successful individual will develop and implement new business strategies that capture revenue, aiding in the growth and profitability of the drayage market. We are seeking an individual with knowledge and experience in the transportation industry, in particular, the overseas container business these individuals will be given preference. The successful applicant must be self-motivated and have above average organizational, customer service and negotiation skills. In addition, you will have an excellent command of the English language (oral and written), be a self-disciplined team player, the ability to travel within the region, be goal oriented and have at least intermediate excel skills. Please submit your application package to:

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CLEANING IF YOU ARE... S S S S

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Moving, Expecting A Baby Planning A Wedding Anticipating Retirement Employment Opportunities

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CONTRACT Office Cleaning Routes available in the Lower Mainland., Investment required Min. $2500. 604-274-0477 or fred@arodal.ca

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Urban Older Worker’s Program - Surrey Job Options BC Urban Older Worker’s Program—Surrey is an employment training program. Our next session is starting soon! We are looking for individuals who are unemployed, aged 55+, and have not received EI benefits in the last 3 years. We offer a full range of services tailored to meet your individual needs, including: classroom training with incentive, computer training, short term certificate training, work experience and job placement. Call us at 604.587.5051 to see if you are eligible!

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION! Indemand career! Employers have work-at-home positions available. Get online training you need from an employer-trusted program. Visit: CareerStep.ca/MT or 1-855-7683362 to start training for your workat-home career today! MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONISTS are in huge demand! Train with Canada’s top Medical Transcription school. Learn from home and work from home. Call today! 1.800.466.1535 www.canscribe.com. info@canscribe.com.

LONG HAUL TRUCK DRIVERS Harlens Trucking Ltd. req’s Class 1 (with air brake endorsement) Long Haul Truck Drivers for hauling loads throughout North America. Job duties include: Operate and drive articulated trucks to transport goods. Plan travel schedule and routes. Conduct pre-trip inspection. Monitor vehicle’s performance. Maintain log book. Must know English. Job is permanent full time, 50 hours/week. $24.00/hour. Apply by mail or in person at 10716 Scott Rd. Surrey BC V3V 4G6 or Fax: 604-957-5265

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ADULT SUBSTITUTE CARRIERS WANTED for Surrey North Delta Leader Part-time, small vehicle req’d. Door to door delivery Wednesdays and Fridays.

Please call 604-575-5342 FLAGGERS NEEDED. No Certification? Get Certified, 604-575-3944

BLUEBERRY PICKERS Now required for a fraser valley farm. Transportation is provided from Surrey. Experience a must. Very good blueberries

42 cents a pound. To apply please call 604-951-8677 or 778-908-0893 CANADIAN FARMS Produce Inc. located at 16185 48th Ave. Surrey, BC, V3Z 1E8, urgently requires full time, permanent farm workers to work year round on their vegetable farms. Wages offered are $11.50/hr and duties incl; planting, maintaining, harvesting, washing & grading vegetables. This position requires no education, formal training or work experience. Accommodation is available if required. Interested candidates should be available to work anytime in different weather conditions and must be able to lift up to 55 lbs of vegetable boxes. Please fax resume: 604-574-5773.

FORKLIFT DRIVER & YARD CLEANER required in Surrey F/T & P/T Fax resume to: 604-930-5066 or email to:

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Landscaping Sales & Service Opportunities Up To $400 CASH Daily F/T & P/T Outdoors. Spring / Summer Work. Seeking Honest, Hard Working Staff. www.PropertyStarsJobs.com

Newspaper Promoters Required. Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal location. Early morning shifts. Monday - Saturday. Please call Marilou at 604.542.7411 or email: marilou@blackpress.ca

PRODUCTION STAFF K-Bro Linen Systems * Full time: 4 days @ 10 hrs or 5 days @ 8hrs * Part-time 4-5 hrs starting at 6pm * Starting pay rate: $11.03 $13.02 plus Extended Health Insurance Ability to work weekends is req. K-Bro Linen operates a large modern commercial laundry facility located within a short walk from Lake City Skytrain in Bby. .Flagpersons & Lane Closure Techs required. Must have reliable vehicle. Must be certified & experienced. Union wages & benefits. Fax resume 604-513-3661 email: darlene.hibbs@shawbiz.ca

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109 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES GET FREE VENDING MACHINES Can Earn $100,000.00 + Per Year. All Cash-Locations Provided. Protected Territories. Interest Free Financing. Full Details CALL NOW 1866-668-6629 Website WWW.TCVEND.COM

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Excavator & Backhoe Operator Training. Be employable in 4-6wks. Call 604-546-7600. www.rayway.ca


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HELP WANTED

UCLUELET HARBOUR SEAFOODS is currently seeking FISH CUTTERS This position requires the ability to fillet a minimum of 150Lbs of Rockfish fillets with a 30% Skin- off recovery (500 Round Pounds) per hour or, 140 or more whole Rockfish per hour. Apply by e-mail to: uhsjobs@pac seafood.com or call at Ph: 250-726-7768 x234

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HELP WANTED

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HOTEL, RESTAURANT, FOOD SERVICES COOK REQUIRED

WAREHOUSE WORKER

Overland West is looking for an experienced safety oriented, reliable professional forklift operator, to work in a fast paced warehouse. We have many long term employees and are looking to add to our team.

We Offer A Competitive Wage & BC Medical As Well As Extended Benefits. Fax: 604.888.6469 Email: Mike meverest@overlandwest.ca

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Retired Couple looking for a live-in caregiver, F/T, 5 days/wk. Must like dogs, Delta area. jilek01@telus.net

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Senior Payroll Administrator Black Press is home to some of the oldest, most trusted community newspapers in North America. Market by market these are the leading newspapers in their communities with history dating back to the 1800s. As the largest independently owned newspaper company in Canada, with more than 150 titles in print and online, Black Press has operations in BC, Alberta, Yukon and four US states. Reporting to the Payroll Manager, you will provide support for processing the Canadian payroll for 1700 employees accurately, on-time and in compliance with legislation, company policies and 10 different collective agreements. You will be required to assist in the interpretation and application of company policies and collective agreements with respect to compensation, benefits, vacation and other leaves. You will possess strong communication skills and are able to support our payroll administrators and department managers. You have a sound knowledge of payroll costing and liability reconciliations. You have the ability to identify and implement process improvements, and help advance the department. You are experienced in extracting and reporting information with advanced Excel skills. You are an analytical problem solver with the ability to manage multiple priorities with accuracy and attention to detail. You have your PCP certification and several years’ experience with large payrolls. This is a new full-time, permanent position located in our Fraser Valley office and has opportunity for career advancement. If you want to be part of a great company, with terrific benefits and a commitment to staff excellence, please send your resume to: Black Press Group Ltd. Attention: Robert Gale 34375 Gladys Avenue Abbotsford, BC V2S 2H5

Green Lettuce Restaurants located at 6350 120 St Suite 112, Surrey, BC, Canada, V3X 3K1 offers a unique fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisine and needs a cook specializing in Indian style Chinese dishes (Hakka Cuisine). Responsibilities include menu design and planning, cooking daily meals, back cooking for banquets labour and food cost control, kitchen staff development & supervision. Salary $17/hr. Some High School req’d. Minimum 3 yrs combination of work experience & training. Fax resume 604-277-8687

ETHNIC FOOD COOK Lahori Sweets & Rest. Ltd. is looking to hire an Ethnic Food Cook in Surrey BC. Permanent F/T position. $22/hr. Must have at least 2-3 years experience in Pakistani and East Indian Dishes. Completetion of Secondary School. Duties; prepare and cook meals; prepare and cook individual dishes and foods; ensure quality of food and determine size of food proportions, estimate food requirements and costs; maintain inventory and records of food. Mail resumes or apply by person to: Lahori Sweets & Rest. Ltd. 109 12877 80th Avenue, Surrey, BC. V3W 0E6 Fax: 604-593-6722

Servers & Tandoori Cook required for

Mirage Banquet Hall on 64th Ave in Surrey Fax resume: 604-575-0354 Ph: 604-575-0304 or 604-355-4646

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MEDICAL/DENTAL

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Pipe Foreman Traffic Control Persons

Driver / Warehouse Worker “We Are Growing Again” We are an industry leader of building products, located in Surrey, and we are growing. Top notch warehouse worker / driver with a positive attitude with willingness to learn and ability to do heavy lifting is required for immediate start Monday-Friday. The team is hard working, the work environment is fast-paced with good people, and the benefits are excellent. If you have class 5 DL, are dedicated, have leadership ability and are looking for good solid employment send your resume & abstract: Fax: 604-513-1194 Email: jobs@westcoastmoulding.com

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Office Administrator New Country Appliances (13533 78 Avenue, Surrey) Requires Full Time permanent office administrator. Oversee admin. procedures. Ordering office inventory, preparing e-mails, databases/spreadsheets, Maintaining payrolls, greet / assist clients. High school required , college degree and 1 year experience preferred . Salary $14.00-$22.00/hour

To Apply Please Email: appliancesnewcountry@ gmail.com

FULL TIME AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN-Must be a proven producer, good attitude, quality workmanship, excellent wage & benefit package. Email resume brandon@brabymotors.com fax 1-250-832-4545. Braby Motors Salmon Arm BC.

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Marketing Consultant The Mission Record, one of Canada’s leading community newspapers, has an opening for a Marketing Consultant. This is a career opportunity for a results-driven individual. Candidates will possess the ability to increase sales to existing clients while successfully prospecting new business in one of the Fraser Valley’s growing markets. The ideal candidate has a positive attitude, a persuasive manner (previous sales experience preferred), is highly motivated with strong organizational and communication skills. Training is provided. Our work environment sets industry standards for professionalism and innovation. The Record combines a salary/benefits package designed to attract and retain outstanding staff. Please send your application in confidence to:

or e-mail: robgale@blackpress.ca Competition closes: July 10, 2015

Closing Date: Friday, July 17, 2015

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EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION

REGISTERED NURSE

Andrew Franklin Publisher 34375 Gladys Avenue Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 2H5 e-mail: publisher@missioncityrecord.com

We thank all those who are interested in this position; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Bayshore Home Health currently has a vacancy for a Registered Nurse in the South Delta / Ladner area. This position is to provide services to a child who has complex medical needs and requires an experienced nurse to attend Kindergarten with the child in the Fall. If you are an exp. RN and love working with children, have excellent leadership and communication skills, we would like to hear from you. ICU or ER, and Pediatric experience is an asset; however, Trach & Vent training will be provided as well as client specific orientation. Interested individuals are encouraged to fax their resume to: 604-739-7435 or email: pedsvancouver@bayshore.ca

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We thank all those who are interested in this position; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Contracting, Abby. Please e-mail:

TYBO CONTRACTING is quickly becoming an industry leader in the excavating & civil contracting business. Tybo is currently retained by some of the largest developers in B.C. We are currently offering top wage & benefit pkgs as well as opportunities for advancement. Email resumes to:

tbrebner@tybo.ca workwithus@tybo.ca

Truck-Trailer Mechanics Need to overhaul your job?? We require 2 Mechanics to complete our team. You’ll find we have a clean, organized, friendly shop with a great variety of Trucks, Trailers & Equipment to work on. Duties Include: welding, body repair, hydraulics, brakes, air, electrical, oil changes, and more. We offer Leading Wages in the Valley, Excellent Benefits and a Great Company Culture! Fax: 1.604.856.8399 or email: employment@klinetrailers.com

Commercial Trailer/ Transport Mechanics (Surrey Terminal) Van-Kam Freightways Ltd. requires two full-time Commercial Trailer Journeyman Mechanics and a full-time Commercial Transport Journeyman Mechanic to work out of our Surrey Terminal located at 10155 Grace Road. The transport Mechanic position would work the 11:30 pm to 8:00 am shift. Applicants should have an inspectors ticket, a minimum of 2 years of related experience, a positive attitude and able to work in a team environment. Experience in a freight fleet environment would be preferred as this is a busy facility providing service to a large fleet of Company Owned Trucks and Trailers. Seize this opportunity to work for one of Western Canada’s largest regional freight carriers. For more information, call Derek, at 604-587-9818 or 604-968-7149 Interested candidates should attach an updated resume and cover letter to: careers@vankam.com or fax: 604-587-9889

Van-Kam is committed to Employment Equity and Environmental Responsibility. We thank you for your interest, however only those of interest to us will be contacted.

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Multi Media Sales The Langley Times has an opening for a Multi Media Sales position. By joining an award winning community newspaper serving Langley and Aldergrove, you can realize your full potential while contributing to one of the fastest growing communities in Canada. The team environment at The Langley Times will inspire you to the highest level of customer partnership and reward your motivated approach to excellence. The ideal candidate will have to be a strong communicator, well organized, self-motivated, determined and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. Your customer service will be second to none. You will be experienced in cold call selling, creative marketing planning and experienced with online and social media marketing You will also be proficient in Mac, Excel and Word programs. The Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines is a must. Competitive Base Salary, Commission, Cell and Car Allowance. A car and a valid drivers license is required. The Langley Times is part of Black Press, Canada’s largest private independent newspaper company with more than 170 community, daily and urban newspapers in B.C., Alberta, Washington State, Ohio and Hawaii. Send your resume with cover letter by June 30th, 2015. If you are up to the challenge, please send your resume to: Kelly Myers Advertising Manager The Langley Times 20258 Fraser Highway, Langley, B.C. V3A 4E6

Posting closes on Tuesday June 30th, 2015

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18 The Surrey-North Delta Leader Wednesday July 1 2015 PERSONAL SERVICES 175 CATERING/PARTY RENTALS

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES 242

CONCRETE & PLACING

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES 281

GARDENING

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES 320

MOVING & STORAGE

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Specializing in Private Events! We Come To You! Doing It All, From Set-Up - Clean-Up.

Call: Rick (604) 202-5184

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UNIQUE CONCRETE

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Across the street - across the world Real Professionals, Reas. Rates. Best in every way! 604-721-4555.

Lawn Mowing Yard Clean up

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329 PAINTING & DECORATING

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

HOME/BUSINESS SERVICES 236

CLEANING SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL CLEANING LADY *COOK *CLEAN *LAUNDRY *MOVE IN & OUT. North Delta / Scott Rd area. Call (604)596-1591

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CONCRETE & PLACING AKAL CONCRETE.

All types of reno’s. •Driveways •Sidewalks •Floors •Stairs •Forming •Retaining walls. •Breaking & Removal Concrete

TRADES, TECHNICAL

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PAINT SPECIAL 3 rooms for $299 2 coats any colour

NO PAYMENT until Job is completed. Ask us about our Laminate Flooring.

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FRUIT & VEGETABLES

Call 778-688-3724 Prompt Delivery Available

7 Days / Week

Meadows Landscape Supply Ltd. ✶ Bark Mulch ✶ Lawn & Garden Soil ✶ Drain Gravel ✶ Lava Rock ✶ River Rock ✶Pea Gravel

(604)465-1311

meadowslandscapesupply.com HEDGE TRIM, Tree Pruning, Garden Cleanup, Lawn care, Bark Mulch & Aeration. 778-383-7220

ALL BEST LANDSCAPING All Lawn Care ~ Free Est. Lawn Cut, Ride-on mower, Pwr Rake, Aerating, Weeding. Hedge Trim, Pruning, Reseed, Edging, Moss Killer, Bark Mulch, Pressure Wash., Gutter Clean. Roof Clean. Res/Comm. Reas. Rates, Fully insured. WCB.

Bill, 604-306-5540 or 604-589-5909

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a division of West Fraser Mills Ltd.

WestPine MDF is a division of West Fraser Mills, located in Quesnel, BC.

ELECTRICAL TRADES PERSON

Preferred candidates are Industrial Electricians possessing red seal certification as a Journeyman Electrician. A good understanding of process systems, PLC, Wonderware, and instrumentation are an asset. Attention to safety and efficiency is a must. Good interpersonal and communication skills are also required to work in a team environment. WestPine offers a very competitive wage and benefits package among solid wood divisions. Quesnel is a growing community of 25, 000 located in central British Columbia and offers a close knit, friendly atmosphere with modern recreation, education and medical facilities, and excellent outdoor living opportunities. West Fraser is one of the leading forest products companies in North America whose goals are straight forward: Leadership through profit, responsibility in communities, excellence in people, and strength in products. Please submit your resume to: Jason Forman 300 Carradice Road, Quesnel, BC V2J 5Z7 Fax: 250-991-7115 Email: Jason.Forman@westfraser.com

604-584-5233 www.cycloneholdings.ca

MAYFLOWER CO-OP Surrey Central Spacious, well maintained 1 bdrm units in a clean, quiet, very central highrise. 2 Min walk to Central City Skytrain, mall & SFU. Across from new Surrey City Hall. No Pets. $755/mo. Shared purchase req’d. Call: 604-583-2122 or email: maycoop@shawbiz.ca

MISC. FOR SALE

MOVING - MUST SELL ENTIRE CONTENTS OF APARTMENT. Furniture, small appliances, etc. All like new - only 6 months old. Call 604-230-3166.

SUNCREEK ESTATES * Large 2 & 3 Bdrm Apartments * Insuite w/d, stove, fridge, d/w * 3 floor levels inside suite * Wood burning fireplace * Private roof top patio * Walk to shops. Near park, pool, playground * Elementary school on block * On site security/on site Mgmt * Reasonable Rent * On transit route * Sorry no pets

SAWMILLS from only $4,397 MAKE MONEY & SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT 1-800566-6899 Ext:400OT. STEEL BUILDINGS/METAL BUILDINGS 60% OFF! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca.

Office: 7121 - 133B St. Surrey 604-596-0916 Surrey

Beautifully Upscale 1 Bdrm Suites - perfect for the discerning renter!

FOR SALE BY OWNER

1/4 Acre (70x161) View Lot Super, Super Cloverdale Location! 18085 58 Ave.

Starting at $810. Located close to bus routes & skytrain, 20 min walk to Surrey City Centre.

Minutes from university, downtown and fairgrounds.

Call Surrey Gardens Apts at 604-589-7040 to view our Elite Suites!

Max occ. 2 people. Sorry no pets.

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RUBBISH REMOVAL

Call: (604)575-9199

733 MOBILE HOMES & PADS NEWTON MOBILE HOME PARK. 2 Large RV Pads available for mobile home. Call 604-597-4787.

Interior Special. Top Quality. Free Estimates! 604-498-3050

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Quiet community living next to Guildford Mall. Clean 1 bdrm starting at $760 & 2 bdrm starting at $860, Corner units starting at $950. (some w/ensuites), Cable, Heat, Hot Water incl. Onsite Mgr.

Fresh local Raspberries, Blueberries & Black Berries. $10/flat/U-Pick. Local Blueberries 3 Flats for $27: Surrey Farms 5180-152 St. 604-574-1390

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BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM Plumbing + Drywall + Elect. + Tubs & Showers & Sinks + Toilets & Tile + Fan + Countertop + Painting = = BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM!! Sen disc. Work Guar.17 yrs exp. Call Nick 604-230-5783, 604-581-2859 RICHGOLD Contr. Ltd. Bsmt suites, framing, drywall, paint, decking, flooring, crown moulding & all kinds of reno’s. Sam 604-992-8474.

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5 Bedroom + 2 Kitchen 148 St-103 Ave. Located near Shopping Malls and Schools. Available July 30th. $1750/month. Call (604) 720-2259

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ARBORETUM CO-OP 15350 105 Ave. Spacious 2 bdrm T/H. $1008/mo. Shrd purchase req’d. D/W, F/P, W/D hkup. Walking distance to Guildford Mall, library & rec centre. Easy access to bridge. No Pets. Ph btwn 10am-9pm (604)582-9520 SURREY 64/King George 3 Bdrm T/H, $1140/mo, unfinished bsmt, washer/dryer hook ups, quiet family complex,no pets.Call 604-596-1099

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West Coast Court Bailiffs Inc. (duly appointed under the Sheriff Act) will offer for sale by sealed bid all the interest of the following judgement debtors, Opertune Auto Clinic Ltd and Ronald Laing , Walter Bradley Hogerhuis and Jenny Lee Ann Galbreith, in and to the following chattels: - Assorted machinery, equipment, tools, furniture and apparatus including 1-2 post Rotary 9,000 pound hoist used in the Automotive Repair Industry - 2008 Express Van Trailer Vin # 5NHUEX21X8T607340 - 2006 Hummer H 3 Vin # 5GTDN136668176191 - 18 ‘ Wellcraft Eclipse Boat Vin # WELEBF621496 - 1995 EZ Loader Boat Trailer Vin # 1ZE1RGW10SA019225 Terms of Sale: Sold on an “as is where is” basis. Contact the undersigned at 604-529-9328. The highest bid or offer not necessarily accepted. Sale may be subject to cancellation without notice. Bids must be submitted to the Court Bailiff on or before 12:00 noon Thursday, July 9, 2015. Each bid must be accompanied by a bank draft or money order drawn in favor of West Coast Court Bailiffs Inc. for a minimum of 10% of the bid price which is non-refundable if the said offer is accepted and the bidder fails to complete the sale by 4:00pm on Friday, July 10, 2015.

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2015 The 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship Softball stars from across the globe have arrived and are ready to play ball at the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship. Taking place at world-class venues, this esteemed championship is the largest softball event of its kind in the country.

Personally, nothing reminds me of summer more than softball. As I welcome you to the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship, I would like to take a minute to explain

why this year is a particularly special one. 2015 marks the 50th Anniversary for Softball Canada. This year’s theme is “Celebrating the Past and Building the Future,” inspired by the idea that for each and every softball player and fan, there is a moment where it all started. This theme celebrates those moments -- and how those moments have shaped, and will continue to shape, these athletes. This tournament epitomizes the importance of sport and fostering talent in young hopefuls. Players from all divisions are given the opportunity to compete against the best of the best in a professionally organized tournament. The 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship provides countless learning opportunities for participating athletes. I hope that it may also encourage young spectators in the stands to become inspired to take up the sport; that the 2015 Canadian Open

Fastpitch International Championship was their one moment. Any and all of the players in this tournament are dedicated and talented enough to one day have the opportunity to compete on one of our National teams. On behalf of Softball Canada, I can proudly say we are always delighted to see such strong levels of participation every year from teams across Canada and the world. In October 2013 we put forward a bid to host the 2016 WBSC XV Women’s World Softball Championship. The City of Surrey and the Canadian Open Fastpitch Society have been granted the honour of hosting this championship. With support from all levels of government, a vibrant and growing softball community, and a dedicated group of volunteers year after year, Surrey is a natural fit to host the biggest event in our sport. This internationally regarded event will host

over 30 nations and their best softball fastpitch athletes in an unparalleled level of competition. It goes without saying that this tournament would not be possible without the unwavering support and effort from all the coaches, officials, volunteers, supporters, and the generous sponsors. We sincerely appreciate all of your efforts on behalf of the sport and everything you have done to make this event successful. Thank you again for supporting the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship. It’s going to be an exciting 11 days. Let’s play ball! Kevin Quinn, President, Softball Canada

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INTERNATIONAL TALENT

Welcoming the World’s Top Players to Surrey The 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship is honoured to welcome talented teams from around the world, playing in the Women’s Championship from July 3 - 13. Team Canada

Team Japan

There is no feeling greater than playing on home soil and Team Canada gets to do just that! They will be competing for the top spot in the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship with unwavering support from their home crowd. They impressed spectators with some hard-fought games and placed 3rd in last year’s Canadian Open Fastpitch tournament. This year, they’ve got their eyes on gold.

A force to be reckoned with: Team Japan is the number one ranked team in the world and will be seeking their fifth consecutive title as 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Champion. Last year, they beat out Team USA in a phenomenal gold medal game. It was a memorable game for players and spectators alike and Canadian Open Fastpitch attendees should expect nothing less for this year’s tournament.

Team Cuba

Team Mexico

Team Cuba is at this year’s 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship for the first time and fans are excited to see what they can do. In the 2014 WBSC World Championships, Team Cuba tied for 9th place and battled incredibly hard along the way. After this tournament, Team Cuba, along with a few other competing teams, will be competing in the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto, ON.

Team Mexico will be bringing their A-game to this year’s tournament and are ready to wow the crowd. At the 2014 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship, they placed 4th in the Women’s Division. This year, they are ready to hit the ground running as they strive to claim the top spot.

Team Dominican Republic

Team Puerto Rico has traveled over 6,000 kilometers to play in the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship. The team is vying for the top spot, so expect to see some incredibly lively and exciting games from Team Puerto Rico.

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Hailing from a nation where learning to throw a ball is like learning to walk, Team Dominican Republic is ready to play some intense and hard-fought games. Last year, they placed 10th in the 2014 ISF World Championship and are incredibly worthy contenders in the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship.

The Future of Softball Watch out: some of this year’s best softball will be played at the Future and Showcase divisions. Incredibly skilled premier athletes will leave it all on the field and compete for the championship title. These games are full of intensity and fierce competition and allow fans to get a glimpse of the future of softball. Their talent is unprecedented and one day, these athletes may have the chance to compete for their nations in the Women’s Division!

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ARTS 2015, a juried exhibition featuring 51 diverse pieces of artwork by Lower Mainland artists, continues at the Surrey Art Gallery until Aug. 22. The show includes glasswork, drawing, painting, photography, sculpture and fabric creations. Visitors can vote for their favourite in the People’s Choice Award, which will be announced at the close of the exhibition. For more information, call 604-501-5566. Centre Stage at Surrey City Hall (13450 104 Ave.) presents Tucked and Plucked, a Zee Zee Theatre production, on July 3 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $28. For advance tickets call Surrey Civic Theatres Box Office at 604-501-5566 or visit https:// tickets.surrey.ca. Tickets will also be available at the door.

Surrey Art Gallery until July 4. The Surrey Art Gallery is located at 13750 88 Ave. Phone 604-501-5566 or check www.surrey.ca/artgallery for further information. Join White Rock & Surrey Naturalists for a guided leisurely walk through Serpentine Fen (King George Boulevard and 40 Avenue) to see the ever-changing landscape and wildlife. Bring binoculars and if you want to stay longer, lunch. The walk is scheduled July 4, 9-11 a.m. email Liz Walker at swalker3@shaw.ca or phone 604-591-7899 for more information. Peninsula Productions presents The 39 Steps, the theatrical riff on Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 film. The play previews on July 8 and runs through July 25.Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for students/seniors, available at the Coast Capital Playhouse box office (1532 Johnston Road, White Rock) or by calling 604-536-7535. For more information, check www. peninsulaproductions.org

Bridgeview Community Festival takes place July 4, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bridgeview Community Centre (11475 126A St.), featuring a trackless train, music, bouncy castles, food, a bicycle parade and much more. For more information, email Soireé en Blanc, a fundraiser for atpatterson@surrey.ca Surrey Libraries, takes place July FVDED in the Park summer music 11 from 5:30-7 p.m. at City Centre festival, an all-ages event, takes place plaza (10350 University Dr.), with July 3 and 4 in Holland Park (13428 music by Denzal Sinclaire, as well as Old Yale Rd.), featuring an array of Brandenburg Strings, Agent C and world-class artists like The Weeknd Top Secret.Tickets are $150, available and Deadmau5, on two stages. Other by calling 604-501-5566 or online at performers include Tyler The Creator, www.surreysoiree.ca/ Danny Brown, Flipout, Pete Tong, Claude VonStroke, Flosstradamus, Déja Vu Vintage Market takes place The Chainsmokers, Keys N Krates July 11, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Wellbrook and Vic Mensa. For tickets and Winery (4626 88 St., Delta), featuring more information, check http:// vintage furniture, home and garden decor, jewelry, antiques, fresh flowers fvdedinthepark.com/#tickets and baking and more. Admission is Celebrate pioneer spirit at the Pioneer $5. Email dejavuvintagemarket@ Fair at Historic Stewart Farm (13723 hotmail.com for further information. Crescent Rd.) July 4, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The drop-in event is for all ages The 180-member Utah Valley and visitors can enjoy old-fashioned Children’s Choir will perform July 12, accordion tunes by Allen Barnett, 7 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ performances by the Re-enactors of Latter-Day Saints’ Surrey Stake as they bring Surrey’s stories to life, Centre (6270 126 St.) The concert is carnival games, a magician, face free and open to the public. painting and homemade ice cream, Fleetwood Multicultural Fair & lemonade and popcorn. Call 604-592Market takes place July 12 at 6956 for further information. Francis Park, with music, dance A show featuring the work of a dozen demonstrations, kids activities and a artists belonging to the Dimasalang local market with B.C.-made goods. III International Artist Group, whose The event takes place from 11 a.m. to art focuses on the the concept of 6 p.m. at 15951 83 Ave. kalayaan (freedom), is on at the


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An awe-inspiring mural from reowned Indian graphic artist and designer Orijit Sen is making its home at the Surrey Art Gallery (13750 88 Ave.) until Aug. 2. From Punjab, with Love is a digital reproduction of Sen’s famous 75 metre long fibreglass and acrylic mural at the Moshe Safdie designed Virasat-e-Khalsa Museum in Anandpur Sahib India. Call 604-5015566 or check www.surrey.ca/artgallery for more information.

Poetry Night in Punjabi continues July 21 and Aug. 18 from 6:30–8 p.m. at George Mackie Library, 8440 112 St. In collaboration with Kendri Punjabi Lekhak Sabha, Uttari Amrika and Punjabi Lekhak Manch – Vancouver, the event is in Punjabi and Hindi. Two published poets/authors will read and discuss their work and answer questions from the audience.

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MUST SEE EVENTS

Watch the excitement everyday! There will be no shortage of action at the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship. Take a peek at some of the must-see events that will take place throughout this fun-filled 11-day tournament:

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Wednesday, July 8

Saturday, July 11

Opening Day of the 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship!

Learn from the best of Team Puerto Rico at the Youth Clinic today at Sunnyside Park from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The Women’s Division will really start heating up today with the start of the Championship Round. Team Canada will play their last round robin game against the Rivercity Hornets at 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, July 4 First Women’s Division game begins at Softball City with Spain-Basque Country and NJCAA All Stars kicking it off.

Sunday, July 5 Come out and cheer on the third day of Futures Select and Showcase Select competition as they square off in their respective divisions.

Monday, July 6 The Futures Select Championship Game will take place on Diamond 2 at 6:30 p.m. and will be followed by the Futures Select Awards presentation. The Showcase Select Championship Game will take place on Diamond 3 at 6:30 p.m. and will be followed by the Showcase Select Awards presentation.

Tuesday, July 7 Improve your game and get to know Team Mexico at the Youth Clinic from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Sunnyside Park. Team Canada will play their first game against NJCAA All Stars on Diamond 1 at 3:30 p.m.

Celebrate the sport of softball with the Parade of Athletes on Diamond 1 at Softball City at 5:30 p.m. Head to Diamond 1 and catch Team Canada at 3:00 p.m. as they take on Team Mexico, and at 7:00 p.m. when they will play Team Cuba.

Thursday, July 9 The finest athletes from Team Canada will be sharing their best tips and stories at the Youth Clinic this morning from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Sunnyside Park. Team Canada vs. Team Japan at 6:30 p.m. on Diamond 1 at Softball City. Hang around because Team Canada will be hosting an autograph signing session right after their game.

Friday, July 10 Improve your softball skills, techniques and strategies at the Youth Clinic this morning from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with Team Japan at Sunnyside Park.

Sunday, July 12 The Showcase Gold Championship Game will take place at 1:30 p.m. on Diamond 2 and will be followed by the Showcase Gold Awards. The Futures Gold Championship Game will take place at 4:00 p.m. on Diamond 2 and will be followed by the Futures Gold Awards. The 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship Women’s All Star Awards will take place on Diamond 1 prior to the 6:30 p.m. Women’s Division game.

Monday, July 13 The 2015 Canadian Open Fastpitch International Women’s Final Championship Game takes place on Diamond 1 at 7:30 p.m. and will be followed by the Women’s Awards presentation.

Special Olympics Night at the park with games at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Diamond 3.

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