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By all rights, Cassidy shouldn’t be alive today. The black and white kitten was spotted scrambling around on his front legs at a rural property in the Otter-Aldergrove area of Langley. His back feet appeared to be missing completely, and the kitten was clearly ailing. The landowner called in Shelly Roche of Tiny Kittens and set to work trying to catch the small cat. Eventually using an improvised box trap, the wily kitten was trapped and brought in to a local veterinarian’s emergency room. “You could feel all his little bones,” Roche remembered. He was just nine weeks old, and had apparently survived being unable to properly walk on his back legs since shortly after he was born. It’s possible his mother accidentally bit off his feet, if they were tangled in the umbilical cord, Roche said. The first vets who saw him weren’t sure if he would survive. Aside from his major injuries, he had a septic E. coli infection, he was emaciated,

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Topper. “He had gone about as far as he could go on his own,” said Roche. After a trip to an emergency vet, he was taken to Dr. Renee Ferguson of the Mountain View Veterinary Hospital. “Really, we didn’t know if he was going to make it,” she said.

If he did recover, what would happen to him? Cassidy had no owner, would need lifelong extra care and veterinary treatment, and might never be able to walk. The volunteers and vets were determined that he survive, however. Ferguson cleaned up his wounded legs, and will do some more surgery once Cassidy is stronger. “I have never had a two-

legged cat patient,” she said. Cassidy also has a strong will to live, Roche said. “Everyone who sees him knows he’s such a fighter,” she said. Roche put Cassidy up on the live internet feeds at her Tiny Kittens website. Tiny Kittens has a huge online following, and a post asking for help with pet prosthetics unleashed a flood of support. Locally, Handicapped Pets Canada, based in Abbotsford, has already approached Roche and sized up Cassidy for a custom-built tiny wheelchair to allow him to run around using his front legs alone. Two Walnut Grove Secondary students have also suggested using their school’s 3D printer to make progressively larger wheelchairs, scaling up as Cassidy grows. Roche is even looking into implanted prosthetic feet. A British feline dubbed Oscar the bionic cat lost his rear feet in 2009 to a combine harvester, and had specialized prosthetics implanted into his rear legs. It’s also possible that Cassidy will learn to walk by balancing on his front legs, said Ferguson. Other animals have managed the trick. Right now, the focus is on making sure that whatever solution is adopted, Cassidy has a good quality of life. He is already off his pain medication and is full of energy, playing with his brother and other cats, charging around the house as well as he can. He’s learning to use an accessible litter box made up for him, and he’s “about 40 per cent” when it comes to using it, Roche said. Ferguson said the survival and future adoption of Cassidy sends and important message about cats. Cats, especially strays, are often considered disposable. Many shelters or vets, given a cat in such dire straits, would have simply put him down.

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By this time next year, First World Warstyle aircraft could be buzzing through the skies over Langley on a regular basis. The Sopwith Pups – biplane that once took on German Fokkers in the skies over Flanders – are being assembled in Missouri now by a quartet of volunteers from Langley’s Canadian Museum of Flight. When completed, the aircraft will fly over Europe again, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. The re-creation of the two Sopwiths is part of a project called A Nation Soars, which

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f you needed a prescription for a drug called Daraprim, up until very recently things weren’t that bad for you, at least financially. Daraprim was developed in the early 1960s, by Gertrude Elion, a pioneering biochemist whose work paved the way for, among other things, an entire common class of anti-HIV drugs used today. Daraprim was developed to fight malaria, but is now mostly used to deal with toxoplasmosis, a nasty parasite that can be very dangerous for people with compromised immune systems. Until recently, it sold here in Canada for a little over $80 for a bottle of 50 pills. That includes the pharmacy dispensing fee. It was more expensive in the U.S., going for $13.50 per pill. But hey, if you had insurance or qualified for Medicare or Medicaid, it wouldn’t be that bad! Currently, if you don’t qualify as a hard luck case, Daraprim costs $750 per pill. Nope, not a typo. That means that given the extended nature of treatment, the price would be between $336,000 and $634,000 for a complete course. (In a belated attempt to gain back some good will, the drug makers are emphasizing that they’ll supply the drug cheap-to-free to poor patients.) Why so expensive? Because of a vicious weasel of a human being called

Martin Shkreli, a former hedge fund manager who decided to get into pharmaceuticals. This is the second time that he’s run the same plan: Buy up the rights to an old and established but uncommonly used drug, jack up the price, wait for the cash to roll in. His previous company ousted him, and he promptly formed a new one and MATTHEW bought up the rights to Daraprim. This kind of predatory pricing is hitting a wide variety of drugs. In another case from just weeks ago, a tuberculosis treatment was acquired, and raised in price from $480 to $10,800. That company had to back down after drawing the wrath of, among others, Hillary Clinton. It isn’t just one firm or a few bad apples, although Shkreli’s unapologetic online feuding with his critics has made him the lightning rod. Firms from Canada and California have also practiced predatory pricing. The excuse executives give? They need the money to pay for the costs of developing new drugs. New drug development is expensive. But it’s also an opaque process, and the price charged may or may not have

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here are few institutions that are sacrosanct in a Canadian election. We expect to see political hay being made of the military, courts, Parliament and Senate, even the RCMP. All may become political footballs to one extent or another. That said, trying to drag in the Terry Fox Foundation has been a misstep by the Conservatives. On Sunday, during a Terry Fox Run, outgoing Tory MP James Moore announced that the Conservatives would commit up to $35 million in matching donations for this year’s event. If the Conservatives were re-elected, of course. The Terry Fox family were a bit baffled when Moore then talked about how supportive the family was of the pledge. Now the Conservatives, under fire from NDP leader Tom Mulcair and others, are taking a wee half-step backward. No, they didn’t talk to the family. But the Terry Fox Foundation did request the funding! Well, yes and no. An Aug. 31 letter to the government sought support for a couple of specific initiatives, including a Comprehensive Cancer Centre. The letter also invited Harper to come and take part in a Terry Fox Run. There’s nothing wrong with any party leader or candidate taking part in a Terry Fox Run. We’d hope to see them out there, win or lose, next year, too. Nor is there anything wrong with providing matching funds. Cancer research could certainly use $35 million, and more. But tying the funding to the Conservatives re-election has an air of desperation, and turns what should be a national, non-partisan priority into a carrot dangled over the heads of the Foundation and the Fox family. C’mon, their tactics say, vote for us and you’ll get the cash. If the Conservatives really believe in the mission of Terry Fox – and this goes for the other parties as well – they’ll commit to a serious increase in cancer research and treatment in this country, and they will make this kind of announcement far away from the campaign trail. – M.C.

much bearing on the amount spent on the drug itself. What pharmaceutical executives also don’t like to mention is the mountain of public research atop which they have built their fortunes. Research done at universities and by charitably funded institutions provides the building blocks for many new breakthroughs, and the pharmaceutical firm that CLAXTON takes the last few steps gets to reap all the financial benefits. When it comes to drugs and medication, separating out the public and private spending is impossible. All scientists stand on the shoulders of giants. Medicine today is informed by centuries of discovery, which has taken us from believing we were governed by the “four humours” to germ theory, from bleeding patients to isolating the human genome. No one firm can point to any drug and say “We did all the work.” The work was the labour of generations. There is no justification for allowing a single company to gain all the benefits and complete control, not only over the financial revenues, but over the lives and health of others. Read Bob Groeneveld’s Odd Thoughts online this week at LangleyAdvance.com

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Dear Editor, The Surrey City council has decided that within a special “study area “ in the Hazelmere Valley, there should be a parking lot and service centre for 1,000 diesel transport trucks. It is a pristine valley that is not only one of the most biologically diverse ecological zones in the province, but is, according to information available on the City of Surrey’s own website, a virtual heritage site from one end to the other. And it just so happens that ‘a river runs through it’. It is the delicate Campbell River which meanders its way from its headwaters which merge with the planned diesel park, to a picturesque outflow to the sea, through the Semiahmoo Nation in White Rock. Some of the councillors say the need is critical because otherwise trucks will be illegally parked elsewhere. They are the very ones that have outlawed every other attempt by residents with acreage to park trucks, even within the 1,900-acre Campbell Heights Industrial Park, and on acreages along the Pacific Highway corridor (176th Street), from the border all the way to Cloverdale.

Dear Editor, The “Quebec First Party” (Liberals), the “Quebec First Since 2011 Party” (NDP) and the “Quebec Only Party” (Bloc) all believe that the new Champlain bridge in Montreal should not be tolled but rather paid for by all Canadians. Thomas Mulcair has even said that it is the most important bridge in Canada. He says it shouldn’t be tolled because it goes over an international waterway. I may not know much about geography but Google maps shows the bridge starting and ending in Quebec, some 50 kilometres from the U.S. border. What makes the St. Lawrence River more important than the Fraser River and what that has to do with how a bridge is paid for? Why do I have to pay directly for the two bridges in my neighbourhood that I use (Port Mann and Golden Ears) and also help pay for a bridge in Montreal that I likely will never use? The Lion’s Gate bridge goes over an international waterway as well but it was funded without federal help. Trudeau and Mulcair as national leaders should better explain the reason for this apparent inequity. Only Gilles Duceppe need not explain; we already know he works exclusively for Quebec. Kevin Mazerolle, Langley

Could it be that rezoning pristine agricultural land rings in at a price the developers can afford? You may wonder why, with all of the heavy transport rolling along Highway 1, the South Fraser Perimeter Road, Port Kells, North Langley and Aldergove, there would not be interest to serve the trucking industry in a more central location? This is heavy industry that they are pushing for, and it is noteworthy that council now refers to the Hazelmere Valley as the South Campbell Heights area, as if it were a natural extension of that light industrial park. Imagine, heavy industry, in this ecological paradise, which is one of the largest bird migratory routes in the province. South Surrey, South Langley and White Rock are a precious and easily accessible recreational and natural resource, enjoyed by those who live here and visited by hundreds of thousands of people who walk, swim, paddle board, bike, ride horses, or just simply take in the beauty of its wild life throughout the region. Another course must be chosen. Dave Wasmuth, Campbell Valley

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Business owner back for night walk TOM ZILLICH Special to the Langley Advance

An event this weekend aims to give people a sense of what it’s like to be in the shoes of Langley business owner Cherise McGee and others living with visual impairment. The CNIB Night Steps 5-km fundraising walk is held “under the stars” on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 26 at Holland Park. Last year, the event was held in Abbotsford, and McGee was there with her family to enjoy live music, a barbecue and other attractions. “It was really great, a fun night,” said McGee, who has a rare eye condition Cherise McGee called achromatopsia. It leads to low vision, severe sensitivity to light and an inability to perceive colour. Essentially, she sees the world in black, white and shades of grey, but that hasn’t stopped McGee from leading an active, entrepreneurial life. The 34-year-old mother of three volunteers with CNIB to build awareness and raise funds in support of vision rehabilitation services for people living with blindness or partial sight. Registration begins at 4 p.m. Sept. 26. To get involved, visit the website at cnibnightsteps.ca, or call 1-844-810-5408. > More: langleyadvance.com, search ‘McGee’

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ominations are being sought for Langley employers who celebrate inclusion in the workplace by hiring people with disabilities. Copying a seven-year-old Ontario program, the Rotary Clubs in District 5050 (representing most clubs throughout the Lower Mainland, including the four here in Langley) united and launched a similar initiative here earlier this year called Rotary at Work B.C. Part-time realtor

Dave Stark, a member of the Rotary Club of Langley Sunrise, is heading up the initiative. And in that role, he was in my office earlier this week sharing news of this fledgling program designed to make a business case of hiring people with developmental disabilities. While he was here, he listed some statistics speaking to the pros of inclusive hiring, but he was also here to tell me about an upcoming celebration where he hopes to spotlight a few Langley businesses that exemplify “inclusion” in their workplace. Employers don’t adopt such hiring practices for the sake of recognition, Stark said. But there are some who are definitely deserving of being honoured. “These accolades are meant for employers who believe in, and support employment

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Local realtor and Rotarian Dave Stark has taken on the coordination efforts for Rotary at Work BC. line for nominations is for adults with with fast approaching. developmental disEnter nominations abilities; someone by Oct. 8 by emailing who goes above and dstark@rotaryatworkbeyond their job to bc.com or call 604-619create a welcoming 3233. workplace, where The real key to everyone feels valued Rotary at Work BC and respected,” Stark is using the Rotary said, asking communnetwork to spread the ity members to help word, said Stark, who by nominating worthy took on the project a Langley businesses. few months back. The Celebrating And while his Inclusive Employers efforts are focused on event is slated to be the Lower Mainland held at Chartwell Renaissance on Oct. 15 this year, he expects to take the program at 7 p.m. The reason I’m telling you about it throughout the province next year. now is that the dead-

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“The goal of the Rotary at Work BC project, in cooperation with all of the sponsors, is to help address the unemployment rate for people who have a disability; at the same time, better inform business owners about the benefits and strong business case for becoming an inclusive employer and tapping into this growing demographic,” Stark elaborated. The upcoming inclusion celebration is being sponsored by Community Living B.C., Rotary at Work B.C., Langley Association for Community Living, Vancity, and Lantrax North American Logistics.

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Fibromyalgia fundraiser The Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation has a ‘funraiser’ to support its 2016 Walk for Invisible Illnesses, Just One More Step walk from Langley to Banff. A pub night is 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the NY Grill and Bistro, 20204 Fraser Hwy. $15 gets a burger, fries and beer. Entertainment includes Darlene Cozart, Ole Olsen, and Nigel Tucker. Toonie Toss, 50/50 and auction. Tickets: 778-278-3697.

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Grand opening The ribbon cutting ceremony on the new North Otter Elementary community-funded playground is 4 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 25.

Sept. 26

Circus in the Plaza On Sept. 26 from noon to 3 p.m. check out circus activities in McBurney Plaza, including stilt walking, juggling, unicycles, carnival games, face painting, balloon twisting and more. Free admission.

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Grape Stomp On Sept. 26 and 27, Township 7 Vineyard invites the public to the annual stomp, benefitting Ronald McDonald House of BC. Teams of six compete. Costumes encouraged. There’s also live music, a food truck, or bring a picnic. RSVP: wine@township7.com or 604-532-1766. Grape stomp participation $21.75 per person plus taxes. continued on A36…

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isitors to the Fort Langley Cemetery have reported that they have encountered an Englishman asking on the whereabouts of an Indian woman and a First Nations woman asking if anyone has seen her husband, an English gent. There were enough accounts of these encounters that the tale of William Emptage and his wife Louisa were included in Ghost Walks, the annual tour of haunted sites in Fort Langley. Around 2006 the Fort Langley National Historic Site looked at plot and headstone in the cemetery organzing an autumn event for so when he died poor a few years a few nights and canvassed the later, it was friends who paid for village for tales, hoping to get a his grave and obelisk headstone. couple hundred reports. William, having lost a hand due “We ended up getting more than to mining dynamite, took the only 2,000,” said heritage interpreter job he could find – with HBC at Amn Johal, often seen portraying the fort but for half pay because of James Douglas as community only having one hand. events. Tours start and finish at the fort They whittled down the stories and go to ones that rain or had mulshine. tiple reports People and each are year adds advised some stories to wear and drops sturdy others. footHaving Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance wear the artifacts Amn Johal, a historical interpreter at the Fort and be of history Langley National Historic Site, explained about ready right in Fort Masonic symbols visible at the Fort Langley for a Langley Cemetery during a Grave Tales preview. brisk helps as pace. people, up Tickets are now on sale for the to about 25 per tour, do a walk of walks which have proven wildly sites of ghostly historical import. popular. Tour leaders like Johal can stand “We’ve sold out for the past beside the grave of former residents seven years,” Johal explained. such as William Emptage and Staff wanted to spread the word invite participants to wander over to the public that people should to the grave of Louisa, his First book because the spots fill fast. Nations wife, about 50 feet away, Right now there’s no extra capas they tell about their unique acity to add evening events. lives. William spent everything he Grave Tales have attracted people had to get his beloved Louisa a

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from around the world but most are from this region. “It’s a lot of locals that just want to know more about our backyard,” Johal said. “It’s great for date nights. We’re getting a lot of people from Vancouver [tired of the typical Halloween options there].” These tours are not about Halloween hijinx. Johal assured people that no one will jump out from behind bushes or wear scary masks. It’s about historical storytelling and people can believe or not as they wish. “We always get skeptics,” he said. “I’m the biggest skeptic.” That doesn’t mean he hasn’t had strange encounters. The extended tour will wind up back inside the fort, upstairs in the Big House where guests can hear about the Boy in the Big House. Soon after Johal started working there he was opening up the Big House for the day. Upstairs, he had to open a room to turn on the lights. He hears scuffling, which he first took for squirrels, and then whimpers. When he looked into a far corner, he saw a boy with long dark hair dressed in clothing that looked from the 1800s. “My first thought was holy cow, we locked a kid in last night,”

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The Fort Langley National Historic Site organizes tours which run Oct. 15 to 30. Tickets are on sale now and tours sell out fast. Tickets range about $18-$22. • Adults (17 and older): Oct. 15-18 and 21-30 at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. • Family tours: Oct. 16 and 23-30 at 6 p.m. • New: an enhanced three-hour tour is 9 p.m. • School tours available afternoons. • Bookings: search for Grave Tales on brownpapertickets. com or buy tickets at the fort. Johal said. Then he heard a woman’s gasp and turned to find two of the bolted windows open. When he turned back to the corner, he was alone. He didn’t mention it to anyone else for a long time, but oldtime workers at the fort were familiar with the boy. And people have mentioned the child who is also seen playing hide and seek outside other fort buildings. Kids activities are often held upstairs at the Big House. Many people have complimented staff on having the little boy in period clothing play with the children. And one person wrote a scathing letter insisting a child that young should not be running around the fort without adult supervision. The letter writer was invited to go on the Grave Tales tour, Johal explained. She did and blanched when he told the story of the Boy in the Big House.


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dates to note Monday, September 28 | 7 - 11pm Regular Council Meeting and Public Hearing Meeting Civic Facility Fraser River Presentation Theatre

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Wednesday, September 29 | 7 - 9pm Community and Transportation Safety Advisory Committee Civic Facility Salmon River Committee Room Thursday, October 1 | 7 - 9pm Community Participation, Infrastructure, and Environment Advisory Committee Civic Facility Salmon River Committee Room Monday, October 5 | 7 - 11pm Regular Council Meeting and Public Hearing Meeting Civic Facility Fraser River Presentation Theatre Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley V2Y 3J1 604.534.3211 | tol.ca

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2015 Property Tax Sale September 28, 2015 Pursuant to Part 11 – Annual Tax Sale of the Local Government Act and Section 254 of the Community Charter, take notice that the following properties that still have delinquent (2013) property taxes owing at 10am on September 28, 2015 will be offered for sale at that time. The 2015 property tax sale shall commence at 10am on September 28, 2015 in the Fraser River Presentation Theater at the Civic Facility, 20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley, BC. Date:

Monday, September 28

Time:

10am

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Any person upon being declared the successful bidder must immediately pay the final purchase price by cash, bank draft or certified cheque. Failure to pay the bid price immediately will result in the property being offered for sale again. The Township of Langley makes no representation express or implied as to the condition or quality of the properties being for sale. Prospective purchasers are urged to inspect the properties and make all necessary inquires to municipal and other government departments, and in the case of strata lots to the strata corporation, to determine the existence of any bylaws, restrictions, charges or other conditions which may affect the value or suitability of the property. The purchase of a tax sale property is subject to tax under the Property Transfer Tax Act on the fair market value of the property. Darlene Foxgord Manager, Revenue and Tax Collection 604.533.6029

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Notice of Property Tax Exemptions for the Year 2016 Notice is given that the Township of Langley will be considering 2016 property tax exemption (with provision for exemption at a maximum of 10 years at a time) for the following properties. Estimated taxes are shown for 2016 and for the following two years as required in Section 227 of the Community Charter.

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Township Property For Lease

Not-For-Profit Organizations

The Township of Langley has vacant space for lease in the Walnut Grove Community Centre. The space is ideally suited for a medical professional, as it was a former chiropractic office equipped with an x-ray room. Additional details are as follows:

Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation Community Living Society Langley Arts Council Langley Tourism Association Aldergrove Elks Lodge #66 Spartan Foundation

Address:

#201, 8889 Walnut Grove Drive (Walnut Grove Community Centre) Size: 1,100 square feet Amenities: Reception/waiting room, four treatment rooms, x-ray room with lead-lined walls, and two open areas. Ideal for medical profession uses. Lease rate: $34,650/annum CAM and Property Tax: $4,147/annum (for 2015) Interested parties may contact: Scott Thompson Manager, Property Services 604.533.6138

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Lot 6 - 221A Street 8983 - 216A Street 230 - 7888 200 Street E206 - 20159 88 Ave 26489 Fraser Highway 232 & 234 - 7888 200 Street

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Estimated General Taxes 2017 2018

$ 8,830.00 $2,010.00 $ 430.00 $ 2,530.00 $1,280.00 $440.00

$9,270.00 $2,110.00 $450.00 $ 2,660.00 $1,340.00 $460.00

$ 9,730.00 $2,220.00 $ 470.00 $ 2,790.00 $1,410.00 $480.00

$2,650.00 $2,540.00 $2,670.00 $23,380.00

$2,780.00 $2,670.00 $2,800.00 $24,540.00

$2,920.00 $2,800.00 $2,940.00 $25,760.00

Places of Worship and Private Schools Jericho Ridge Community Church Korean Seed-Sowers Seventh-day Adventist Church Aldergrove Seventh-day Adventist Church

Darlene Foxgord Manager, Revenue and Tax Collection 604.533.6029

Township continued...


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Tour takes visitors into art studios The events are being held in conjunction with Culture Days. The annual Langley Studio Art Tour is on hiatus this year, but the Langley Centennial Museum is bridging

the gap with a Fort Langley Art Studio Walking Tour and Art Studio Bus Tour on Saturday, Sept. 26.

The tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The trip will stop in at the studios of glass blower Robert Gary Parkes and potter Laurel Vlieg in the morning, then lunch will be provided at Porters Bistro Coffee and Tea Shop in Murrayville. In the afternoon, the bus will take participants to the studios of painters Robin

Saturday, Sept. 26, 10 to 11:30 a.m. The cost $7.50 per person. The Langley Centennial Museum Art Studio Walking tour gets underway Sunday, Sept. 27, at 10 a.m. Starting from the museum at 9135 King St., the walking tour begins with a view of the Canadiana exhibition, followed by a stroll to the studios

Bandenieks and Susan Falk. Cost for the bus tour and lunch is $30. Those who don’t catch the bus can instead take part in a guided tour of the museum’s fibre art exhibition Canadiana. Judy Villett, a professional quilt artist, will talk about the techniques used by the exhibiting artists. The program runs

Township For the week of September 24, 2015

Cost for the Art Studio Walking tour is $20, including lunch. Pre-registration is required. To register online go to recexpress.tol. ca and enter barcode 478372 for the Art Studio Bus Tour; barcode 477771 for the Fibre Art Network tour; or barcode 481333 for the Art Studio Walking Tour. Visit museum.tol.ca.

of Susan Galick and Elaine Brewer-White. Lunch and a chance to view paintings and sculptures by Kwantlen First Nation artists will be held at Lelem Arts and Cultural Café. The tour will continue with a visit to Pat Barker’s The Pencil Studio, to Judy Nygren’s studio, then finally to the Fort Gallery on Glover Road.

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notice of public hearing Proposed Zoning Change

PURPOSE:

NOTICE is hereby given that the Township of Langley Council will meet and hold a Public Hearing. AT THE PUBLIC HEARING all persons who believe their interest in property is affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the bylaw that is the subject of the hearing.

BYLAW NO. 5165 APPLICATION NO. RZ100429

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Lot 2 Section 35 Township 8 New Westminster District Plan BCP18268 Except Part on Air Space Plan BCP32511

public programs and events 4th Annual Fall Clean Up Langley Days

AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a copy of Township of Langley Bylaw No. 5165 and relevant background material may be inspected between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from September 18 to 28, both inclusive, at the Community Development Division Development Services counter, 2nd floor, Township of Langley Civic Facility, 20338 - 65 Avenue or online at tol.ca/hearing. Date:

Monday, September 28

Time:

7pm

Place:

Township of Langley Civic Facility

Address:

20338 - 65 Avenue

public notice Metro Vancouver has announced that water restrictions have been relaxed to Stage 1 until October 15.

Residential lawn sprinkling is now permitted: Residential

The 4th Annual Fall Clean Up Langley Days event will be held over two days this fall to help keep the community’s streets, parks, trails, and waterways clean and free from litter. Businesses, schools, community groups, families, and individuals are invited to pitch in to clean up Langley in celebration of Waste Reduction Week. Date: Friday, October 23 Time: 12 - 5pm Date: Saturday, October 24 Time: 9am - 2pm Place: Various locations throughout the Township Participants can choose to work in a specific neighbourhood and everyone who takes part will be provided with the necessary supplies. The event will be held rain or shine. Register online at tol.ca/adopt. For details and to register contact: Engineering Division 604.532.7300 adopt@tol.ca

Fall in Love With a New Activity! View the Fall • Winter 2015/16 Leisure Guide online at tol.ca/guides or pick up a copy at any community cultural or recreation centre. Recreation, Culture, and Parks 604.533.6086

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Water Restrictions in Effect Until October 15 – STAGE 1

Autumn is upon us and it is once again time to make the Township of Langley sparkle and shine!

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Morning sprinkling only: 4 - 9am Even addresses: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday Odd addresses: Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

Non-Residential Even addresses: Monday, Wednesday 1 - 6am Odd addresses: Tuesday, Thursday 1 - 6am All addresses: Friday, 4 - 9am only • New lawn permits are available for purchase again. • Pool refilling is permitted. • Car washing is permitted with a spring-loaded shut off hose only. • Private and commercial pressure washing is permitted. The Township of Langley’s Water Shortage Response Bylaw has four stages of watering restrictions: Stage 1 is automatically implemented every year. Stages 2 and 3 are used in times of extended drought or when facing a water supply issue. Stage 4 is reserved for emergency situations. For more information, visit tol.ca/waterrestrictions. Engineering Division 604.533.6006 Enginfo@tol.ca

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OWNER:

BYLAW NO. 5165

Bylaw No. 5165 proposes to amend Comprehensive Development Zone CD-29 to increase the maximum allowable size of the grocery store and other commercial uses for the subject property. No exterior changes to the existing buildings are proposed.

public notice Walnut Grove Community Centre Annual Swimming Pool Maintenance Schedule Swimming Pools The 50 metre pool, leisure pool, adult hot tub, therapy hot tub, sauna, and steam room at the Walnut Grove Community Centre will be closed for annual maintenance until Sunday, September 27 inclusive. The pools will reopen at 6am on Monday, September 28. Other areas of the Centre will remain open during this time.

Weight Room/Cardio Room Hours of Operation Monday - Friday 6am - 10 pm Saturday 6am - 9pm Sunday 8am - 9pm For public swim schedules at other Township facilities, visit tol.ca/swim. Recreation, Culture, and Parks Division Walnut Grove Community Centre 604.882.0408

Heritage Building Incentive Program The Heritage Building Incentive Program is designed to assist with the costs of restoring, repairing, and maintaining eligible heritage buildings within the Township of Langley. Grants are available to property owners of heritage buildings included in the Township of Langley’s Inventory of Heritage Resources. The next deadline for the grant program is Friday, October 16, 2015 at 4:30pm. For an application form, visit the Township of Langley website at tol.ca/hbip. Elaine Horricks Heritage Planner 604.534.3211, Local 2998

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Great room design for this 4160 sq. ft. 3 story home. Theatre room with projection tv and wet bar. Features coffered 10 ft. ceilings; Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors; Maple kitchen with walk in pantry, SS appliances & island with eating bar. OPEN HOUSE SAT 1-3 Upstairs, Den/ loft area; huge Master Suite 20824 52 AVE LANGLEY with fireplace & 5 pc. bath & jetted tub; four large bedrooms each with their own 3 piece bath; upper 3rd floor with games/ exercise/ playroom/ for the active family. Good size 6000 sq.ft. lot with room to garden or play. All of this with air conditioning, walk to schools & shopping. Central location. Ready for immediate access offering investment potential with minor upgrades. 39

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Potential plus in this spacious home on a quiet cul-de-sac. 3622 sq ft on 3 levels. 4 bdrms up/1 down. Fine traditional touches not found in newer homes—multipaned bow windows, dormers, separate living & dining rooms, 4 fireplaces, 3 family rooms. Yes, there are improvements you may want to make but this home and location are worth it! Call today to view!

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Penthouse at Station 54! This bright 1 bedroom & den with 2 bathrooms is located on the top floor of this 4 storey building. Built in 2004 this condo has beautiful finishings throughout and has been kept in immaculate condition. Beautiful k itchen with island and open to dining and family room. Balcony off the family room, great for BBQ’ing. Huge master bedroom suite with his & her closets and ensuite. Den currently being used as baby’s room. Painted in warm designer colours, this home will not disappoint! Stay close to it all, walking distance to grocery, bank, pharmacy, city hall, library, restaurants & shopping! Fantastic price, for a fantastic home. Don’t miss out on this one. Visit DaveRobles.ca

Extensively updated, two storey home with 5 bedrooms plus den. Newer bathrooms including a stunning ensuite. Newer hardwood, tile & laminate flooring, paint, California closets, light fixtures, door hardware plus 5 yr new roof. Large oak kitchen & eating area opens to the family room & overlooks the fully fenced, South exposed rear yard. Quiet upper Murrayville location within easy walking distance to schools, transportation & shopping. Great location, call today!

Awesome basement entry home located on a quiet, tree-lined street. Extensively updated including gorgeous dream kitchen with rich maple cabinets, breakfast bar, pot lights, s/s appliances, + tile flooring. Kitchen open to family room w/ fireplace + 2 lrg covered decks. 3 BR up and 2 BR down. Separate entrance to bsmt with large covered patio. Fully fenced, almost 9000 sq.ft. yard with RV parking, detached workshop, Koi pond & west exposure. New roof & recent exterior paint! Great opportunity, call today!

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4 BED, 4 BATH PLUS DEN IN HYLAND CREEK Hyland Creek 4 Bedroom, 4 bath plus Den & Garage! This open layout has a cozy sitting area/living room when you first enter with an open great room living in the back of the home with sliding door access to your backyard from the main floor. Stainless steel appliances including gas stove, built in shelving, laminate floors & gas fireplace too. Upstairs boasts 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite & fantastic mountain views from your upstairs den with a walk out deck. Fully finished basement with bedroom, rec room & bathroom with a shower! Private, fenced, sun soaked south facing backyard perfect for entertaining. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a 4 bedroom home in Walnut Grove in a fantastic neighbourhood. Close to schools, shopping, trails, parks & golf course.

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Great central location.C2 zoning permits almost any Industrial or Warehouse use. 2335 sq ft. Ground floor includes about 750 sq ft in offices. There is a mezzanine floor around 3/4 of the building too. 14’ roll up door at grade. 19’ ceiling. 3 phase power available. Call for more details or to view!

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WATERWEEKS EVENTS MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR

MESSAGE FROM THE LEPS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Welcome to BC Rivers Day and WaterWeeks!

LEPS is excited to once again host the BC Rivers Day Festival and WaterWeeks 2015 in partnership with the Township of Langley. We have many excellent events planned just for you!

With our beautiful natural surroundings, abundant wildlife habitat, and clean, accessible drinking water, there is a lot to be grateful for in the Township of Langley. BC Rivers Day is a chance to celebrate the environment and learn about the natural assets that we are so fortunate to enjoy in our community. These are valuable resources that need to be respected and protected, and everyone can do their part to ensure they thrive for generations to come. The BC Rivers Day community festival will kick off WaterWeeks by offering fun and educational events that show people of all ages and interests what it takes to protect our air quality, groundwater, watercourses, and watersheds. A number of people, groups, and community organizations have committed their time and efforts to make this event a success and we appreciate their efforts to share their knowledge and help the public learn while having a great time! Join us at BC Rivers Day on Sunday, September 27, at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum (21200 block Fraser Highway). Entertainment, food, planting, displays, crafts, and activities will be offered, and the public is encouraged to come out and take part. On behalf of Township of Langley Council, we hope to see you at BC Rivers Day and encourage you continue to participate, learn, and enjoy during WaterWeeks 2015.

LEPS is a nonprofit, charitable organization, unique to Langley. We encourage community participation to achieve our mission of protecting and restoring the natural environment through education, cooperation, and action. LEPS aims to inspire Langley residents to take steps towards sustainability  by conserving water, reducing waste, buying local foods, making greener transportation choices, and cutting chemical use in your home and garden  no effort is too small to make a big difference. Please bring your friends and family to join us at the BC Rivers Day Festival and WaterWeeks events, and engage in grassroots environmental initiatives in Langley throughout the year. Together, we make Langley a healthy community, because water is in our nature!

See you outside!

Nichole Marples LEPS Executive Director

All events are free! • Registration required • 604.532.3511 or exec_ director@leps.bc.ca

Farm Fresh Bus Tour

West Creek Wetland Tour

Join us for an intimate tour highlighting the importance of our local food system. Participants will board a bus and visit local farms and wineries while learning why it’s important to support and sustain our local growers and producers. A locallysourced lunch will be provided. Space is limited. Sponsored by Vancity Credit Union.

Take a guided tour through this notyetpubliclyaccessible parkland! This 160 acre gem is one of the largest areas of wildlife habitat in Langley. Keep your eyes peeled and your ears open to spot some of the nearly 170 animals who use the site, including up to 18 endangered or threatened species! The walk is hosted by Glen Valley Watersheds Society and Metro Vancouver Parks. Participants 15+ years.

Saturday, October 3 | 10:00am – 3:00pm Park and ride from the Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338  65 Avenue

Sincerely,

Dig in! Streamside Tree Planting #1 Exercise your planting skills! Learn how trees and plants encourage healthy habitats for salmon and wildlife. All supplies and refreshments provided. Sturdy footwear required. Rain or shine! This TD Tree Days event has been made possible with support from the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.

Jack Froese Mayor

WaterWeeks 2015 Presented by the Township of Langley and Langley Environmental

Sunday, October 4 | 10:00am  2:00pm Billy Brown Road at 96 Avenue

Sunday, October 4 | 1:30  4:00pm West Creek Wetlands, exact location provided upon registration Call 604.432.6359 to register

Green Wednesday Film Screening Join us for a screening of The Pristine Coast, a film which makes the case that the marine ecosystem off the coast of British Columbia is in trouble, with open net pen fish farms leading to the collapse of many wild fish populations. Wednesday, October 14 | 7:00  9:00pm Fraser River Presentation Theatre, 4th Floor, Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338  65 Avenue

Partners Society (LEPS), WaterWeeks provides a series of public educational activities focused on environmental topics that are important to our community, with a goal of inspiring citizen participation in environmental stewardship. WaterWeeks offers opportunity for residents of all ages to engage in a variety of activities to experience, appreciate, and take action to protect our community’s watercourses, watersheds, groundwater, and wildlife habitats.

EXPLORE • ENGAGE • EXPERIENCE

See next page for more events


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A20 Thursday, September 24, 2015

Thursday, September 24, 2015 A21

WATERWEEKS EVENTS MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR

MESSAGE FROM THE LEPS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Welcome to BC Rivers Day and WaterWeeks!

LEPS is excited to once again host the BC Rivers Day Festival and WaterWeeks 2015 in partnership with the Township of Langley. We have many excellent events planned just for you!

With our beautiful natural surroundings, abundant wildlife habitat, and clean, accessible drinking water, there is a lot to be grateful for in the Township of Langley. BC Rivers Day is a chance to celebrate the environment and learn about the natural assets that we are so fortunate to enjoy in our community. These are valuable resources that need to be respected and protected, and everyone can do their part to ensure they thrive for generations to come. The BC Rivers Day community festival will kick off WaterWeeks by offering fun and educational events that show people of all ages and interests what it takes to protect our air quality, groundwater, watercourses, and watersheds. A number of people, groups, and community organizations have committed their time and efforts to make this event a success and we appreciate their efforts to share their knowledge and help the public learn while having a great time! Join us at BC Rivers Day on Sunday, September 27, at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum (21200 block Fraser Highway). Entertainment, food, planting, displays, crafts, and activities will be offered, and the public is encouraged to come out and take part. On behalf of Township of Langley Council, we hope to see you at BC Rivers Day and encourage you continue to participate, learn, and enjoy during WaterWeeks 2015.

LEPS is a nonprofit, charitable organization, unique to Langley. We encourage community participation to achieve our mission of protecting and restoring the natural environment through education, cooperation, and action. LEPS aims to inspire Langley residents to take steps towards sustainability  by conserving water, reducing waste, buying local foods, making greener transportation choices, and cutting chemical use in your home and garden  no effort is too small to make a big difference. Please bring your friends and family to join us at the BC Rivers Day Festival and WaterWeeks events, and engage in grassroots environmental initiatives in Langley throughout the year. Together, we make Langley a healthy community, because water is in our nature!

See you outside!

Nichole Marples LEPS Executive Director

All events are free! • Registration required • 604.532.3511 or exec_ director@leps.bc.ca

Farm Fresh Bus Tour

West Creek Wetland Tour

Join us for an intimate tour highlighting the importance of our local food system. Participants will board a bus and visit local farms and wineries while learning why it’s important to support and sustain our local growers and producers. A locallysourced lunch will be provided. Space is limited. Sponsored by Vancity Credit Union.

Take a guided tour through this notyetpubliclyaccessible parkland! This 160 acre gem is one of the largest areas of wildlife habitat in Langley. Keep your eyes peeled and your ears open to spot some of the nearly 170 animals who use the site, including up to 18 endangered or threatened species! The walk is hosted by Glen Valley Watersheds Society and Metro Vancouver Parks. Participants 15+ years.

Saturday, October 3 | 10:00am – 3:00pm Park and ride from the Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338  65 Avenue

Sincerely,

Dig in! Streamside Tree Planting #1 Exercise your planting skills! Learn how trees and plants encourage healthy habitats for salmon and wildlife. All supplies and refreshments provided. Sturdy footwear required. Rain or shine! This TD Tree Days event has been made possible with support from the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.

Jack Froese Mayor

WaterWeeks 2015 Presented by the Township of Langley and Langley Environmental

Sunday, October 4 | 10:00am  2:00pm Billy Brown Road at 96 Avenue

Sunday, October 4 | 1:30  4:00pm West Creek Wetlands, exact location provided upon registration Call 604.432.6359 to register

Green Wednesday Film Screening Join us for a screening of The Pristine Coast, a film which makes the case that the marine ecosystem off the coast of British Columbia is in trouble, with open net pen fish farms leading to the collapse of many wild fish populations. Wednesday, October 14 | 7:00  9:00pm Fraser River Presentation Theatre, 4th Floor, Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338  65 Avenue

Partners Society (LEPS), WaterWeeks provides a series of public educational activities focused on environmental topics that are important to our community, with a goal of inspiring citizen participation in environmental stewardship. WaterWeeks offers opportunity for residents of all ages to engage in a variety of activities to experience, appreciate, and take action to protect our community’s watercourses, watersheds, groundwater, and wildlife habitats.

EXPLORE • ENGAGE • EXPERIENCE

See next page for more events


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WATERWEEKS WATERWEEKS EVENTS EVENTS

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Kathryn Croutch

6 BED, 6 BATH FAMILY HOME W/ 1 BEDROOM SUITE 0

Great room design for this 4160 sq. ft. 3 story home. Theatre room with projection tv and wet bar. Features coffered 10 ft. ceilings; Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors; Maple kitchen with walk in pantry, SS appliances & island with eating bar. OPEN HOUSE SAT 1-3 Upstairs, Den/ loft area; huge Master Suite 20824 52 AVE LANGLEY with fireplace & 5 pc. bath & jetted tub; four large bedrooms each with their own 3 piece bath; upper 3rd floor with games/ exercise/ playroom/ for the active family. Good size 6000 sq.ft. lot with room to garden or play. All of this with air conditioning, walk to schools & shopping. Central location. Ready for immediate access offering investment potential with minor upgrades. 39

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Potential plus in this spacious home on a quiet cul-de-sac. 3622 sq ft on 3 levels. 4 bdrms up/1 down. Fine traditional touches not found in newer homes—multipaned bow windows, dormers, separate living & dining rooms, 4 fireplaces, 3 family rooms. Yes, there are improvements you may want to make but this home and location are worth it! Call today to view!

CALL JEREMY 604 657 8921

CALL THE HORNS 604-534-0667

Penthouse at Station 54! This bright 1 bedroom & den with 2 bathrooms is located on the top floor of this 4 storey building. Built in 2004 this condo has beautiful finishings throughout and has been kept in immaculate condition. Beautiful k itchen with island and open to dining and family room. Balcony off the family room, great for BBQ’ing. Huge master bedroom suite with his & her closets and ensuite. Den currently being used as baby’s room. Painted in warm designer colours, this home will not disappoint! Stay close to it all, walking distance to grocery, bank, pharmacy, city hall, library, restaurants & shopping! Fantastic price, for a fantastic home. Don’t miss out on this one. Visit DaveRobles.ca

Extensively updated, two storey home with 5 bedrooms plus den. Newer bathrooms including a stunning ensuite. Newer hardwood, tile & laminate flooring, paint, California closets, light fixtures, door hardware plus 5 yr new roof. Large oak kitchen & eating area opens to the family room & overlooks the fully fenced, South exposed rear yard. Quiet upper Murrayville location within easy walking distance to schools, transportation & shopping. Great location, call today!

Awesome basement entry home located on a quiet, tree-lined street. Extensively updated including gorgeous dream kitchen with rich maple cabinets, breakfast bar, pot lights, s/s appliances, + tile flooring. Kitchen open to family room w/ fireplace + 2 lrg covered decks. 3 BR up and 2 BR down. Separate entrance to bsmt with large covered patio. Fully fenced, almost 9000 sq.ft. yard with RV parking, detached workshop, Koi pond & west exposure. New roof & recent exterior paint! Great opportunity, call today!

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Jeremy

Kevin Horn

Rosa-Anna DeMichina

Deanna Horn

Mortgage Consultant

Dale C. Frey

Shelly Lederer

Tamara Baltic

Bob Bailey

Vince Johnson & Carol Little

Garth Olson

Zach Silverman Mortgage Consultant

Steve Harder

Darren Neuhaus

CALL STEVE KLASSEN AT 604-534-3008

Rhonda Wolfram

Ian Hutchinson

Mercia McKitrick

Joel Garisto, PREC

4 BED, 4 BATH PLUS DEN IN HYLAND CREEK Hyland Creek 4 Bedroom, 4 bath plus Den & Garage! This open layout has a cozy sitting area/living room when you first enter with an open great room living in the back of the home with sliding door access to your backyard from the main floor. Stainless steel appliances including gas stove, built in shelving, laminate floors & gas fireplace too. Upstairs boasts 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite & fantastic mountain views from your upstairs den with a walk out deck. Fully finished basement with bedroom, rec room & bathroom with a shower! Private, fenced, sun soaked south facing backyard perfect for entertaining. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to own a 4 bedroom home in Walnut Grove in a fantastic neighbourhood. Close to schools, shopping, trails, parks & golf course.

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Great central location.C2 zoning permits almost any Industrial or Warehouse use. 2335 sq ft. Ground floor includes about 750 sq ft in offices. There is a mezzanine floor around 3/4 of the building too. 14’ roll up door at grade. 19’ ceiling. 3 phase power available. Call for more details or to view!

Doug & Krista Gilbert

Kathleen Christensen

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FOR SALE OR LEASE#208 20701 LANGLEY BYPASS

Jim Hughston

Peter Zimmerman

*Based on 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 ... and again in 2014. MLS sales statistics both in units sold and dollar volume.

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Gary Becker

Tony Pontaletta

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Ryan MacDonald

Hank & Sandee Elash

Heather Forman

Hollie de Boer

Laura DeNobriga

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A24 Thursday, September 24, 2015

END-OF-LIFE ELECTRONICS. RECYCLING MADE EASY.

EPRA accepts virtually all of your unwanted electronics.

By Craig Wisehart

Executive Director Electronic Products Recycling Association Western Canada

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eople in British Columbia are proud to live in a province that is highly environmentally conscious—Recycling and reducing waste is an everyday part of life. For the most part, BC residents are accustomed to recycling paper, cans, bottles and even batteries, but what about recycling end-of-life electronics? Research by Insights West shows that in British Columbia, 80% of residents claim they know how to dispose of electronics in an environmentally friendly way, and yet over 83% of households have at least one unwanted electronic product sitting around. The Electronic Products Recycling Association, also known as EPRA, is the national not-for-profit organization dedicated to the responsible recycling of the end-of-life electronics that the majority of people have at home. With over 170 Return-It™ Electronics collection sites in BC, people won’t have to go far to dispose of their obsolete electronics. In fact, over 98% of BC residents live within 30 minutes of a depot in urban areas and within 45 minutes in rural areas.

After the unwanted electronics are dropped off at collection sites, they are taken to approved recycling facilities across North America. Once there, they are then harvested for the glass, plastic and precious metals that they contain. The recovered raw materials are put back into the manufacturing supply chain and then used to make new products, giving them a second life and keeping them out of BC landfills.

Last year alone, EPRA BC collected over 23,234 tonnes of unwanted electronics, which averages to 5 kilograms per person in BC. According to Insights West, 98% of people in British Columbia agree that the disposal of electronics through recognized recycling programs is important—taking your electronics to a ReturnIt Electronics collection site ensures responsible recycling. EPRA recycles in a manner that protects the environment as well as worker health and safety and only works with recyclers who have been audited and approved under the national Recycler Qualification Program (RQP). This means that all recyclers working on behalf of EPRA are prohibited from exporting electronics or substances of concern to non-OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) nations, ADVERTORIAL

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FUNDRAISING

Hard habbit to break: (Clockwise from top) Rock hounds shared

their passion for stones, gems and more at the annaul Fraser Valley Rock and Gem Club show Sept. 19 and 20 in Aldergrove. One of the demonstrations had Chuck Trebilcock carving alabaster. Patty Bennett polished a tiger eye stone. (Background) Long and shortwave lights were shone on rocks and gems. Matthew Hoekstra/Langley Advance

Help critters Raising money and taking a stroll will help wildlife rehabilitation. TROY LANDREVILLE tlandreville@langleyadvance.com

Taking a walk on the wild side on Oct. 4 will go a long way towards helping Langley’s injured and orphaned wild mammals. The Critter Care Wildlife Society is hosting its seventh annual walk-a-thon. This year’s fundraiser runs from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Oct. 4 at Campbell Valley Regional Park. Pledges are being accepted at 10:30 a.m., with the two- or four-kilometre walks at 11:30 a.m. For information or to register online, visit www.crittercarewildlife.org/walkathon/. Organizing Walk On The Wild Side are Gaby Wichmann and Ingo Hilgefort. The Maple Ridge couple has volunteered with the society for the past 10 years. The walk-a-thon is the society’s well-known, local family event and includes a barbecue cooked up by the Langley Lions Club after the walk, and prizes for the top fundraisers. As well, there will be exhibits by several animal and environmental organizations and local artisans. Humans’ four-legged K9-companions are welcome, if they are on leash. The registration fee for all participants is: early bird (until Sept. 25), $10 ($5 for those 12 years old and younger). Registration after Sept. 25 is $15 ($5 for those 12 years old and younger). All walkers are encouraged to fundraise. Those who raise $150 or more in pledges will receive a special gift. New this year is the Wild Team Challenge. Be a part of the challenge by inviting friends and colleagues, and then register a “wild team” on the Critter Care walk website. > More at langleyadvance.com

NOW HIRING JOIN OUR NEW TEAM The new Pat Quinn’s Restaurant and Bar will open in mid October at Tsawwassen Springs. Offering excellent benefits to those dedicated to superior guest service and the culinary arts. Our goal is two-fold; that working here is as incredible for you as dining here for a guest.

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In the country: Gracie Kemps, nine, tucked into some cotton candy at the Country Celebration in Campbell Valley Regional Park. The 37th annual event on Sept. 19 and 20 had entertainment, oldfashioned fair activities and more. (Above) People enjoyed horsedrawn wagon rides. There are also raptors (lower right).

Sept. 26

Book sale Stop by the big sale Sept. 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 pm. at Langley Lodge, 5451 204th St., with proceeds benefiting residents of the complex care facility.

Sept. 29

Municipal Pensioners The Sept. 29 meeting is 1:30 to 3 p.m. at the Douglas Recreation Centre, 20550 Douglas Cres. The quarterly meeting and updates will be followed by speaker Carrie Hadden on the Better at Home program that helps seniors remain in their homes. Public welcome. Refreshments. Info: mpraemail@gmail.com.

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Programs are free and pre-registration is required unless noted otherwise. City of Langley Library 20399 Douglas Cres. 604-514-2855 Feedback for visual artists Join experienced artists and facilitators for this Culture Week event 1 to 3 p.m. on Sept. 26. Register in advance. Art Critiques the last Monday of each month Are you developing your talent as an artist? Bring a piece of art to be discussed and interpreted by fellow participants, as well as by an experienced art facilitator. Pre-registration required. Call ahead to confirm. 7 p.m. Resume Sept. 28.

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You’ve Gotta Have Friends The local initiative to foster a sense of community and belonging has been going for nine years and is located at 20510 Fraser Hwy. Contact: 604-5336546. Aldergrove Summer Market offers seasonal produce, baking, jams, jewelry, crafts and more Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Sept. 26 at 27083 Fraser Hwy. Info: www. aldergrovefarmersmarket.com. Second Story Treasures The store at 20349 88th Ave. raises funds for the Langley Hospice Society.

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Purple people pleaser: Three-

year-old Alyssa Scarrotts and her mom Jennifer Nera enjoyed a balloon creation designed by Madam Butterfly, during their visit to the eighth annual Fall Festival & Customer Appreciation Day at JD Farms. At the Sept. 12 event, the Aldergrove Rotary Club offered up a turkey barbecue by donation to the Terry Fox Foundation. Troy Landreville/Langley Advance

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Food and drink: The Cork

and Keg showcase of beer, wine, spirits, and eats drew people to the Cascades Casino on Sept. 18. The Township Seven Vineyards Winery manager Jason Ocenas (inset) poured some red for visiting tasters, while Beccie Bachmeier of Delta dropped by the Water Shed Café table to sample some of their bacon jam.

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Future fireman? Three-year-old Ishaan Singh practised his firefighting

skills, with help from Langley Township firefighter Andrew Penny. The Township of Langley Firefighters’ Charitable Society hosted Family Fun Day at the Farm on Sept. 12 at the Farm at Krause Berry Farms and Estate Winery. Inset: Alf and Sandee Krause presented a donation for $5,000 to the society during the event.

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Miniature muffins were a hit Sept. 12 during the opening of Church in the Valley, A Seventhday Adventist Church. The church hosted a grand opening celebration weekend at its new location at 23589 Old Yale Rd. Troy Landreville Langley Advance

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Langley’s Circus Lab joins national arts party ROXANNE HOOPER

each month. There is no charge for these events. More information is at langleymusic. com or 604-534-2848.

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L

angley joins the ranks of many other B.C. communities celebrating Culture Days this weekend. There are more than 230 free community events being held in Metro Vancouver area this weekend to celebrate the national Canada Culture Days. Here at home, that fun is happening both Saturday and Sunday at Circus Lab in Walnut Grove. Svetlana Delous and her team will be hosting circus classes for tots, kids, teens, and adults, as well as an evening performance called A Night at the Circus. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. with the performance starting at 7 p.m.

Indie band picked

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angley’s homegrown indie-rock band, Derrival, has earned a further distinction. The boys have been hand picked as one of three winners to attend the inaugural Allan Slaight JUNO master class in Ontario next month. They’ve won an all-inclusive, weeklong trip to Toronto at the end of October for an artist development program, plus a trip to the 2016 JUNO awards in Calgary, a chance to perform at the JUNO Gala dinner and awards, a $10,000 music video award, studio time, and more.

Night of Blues

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lues fans might like to know that Jim Byrnes is going to be back in Langley this weekend. He and Lindsay Mitchell are performing Saturday at the Baselines Pub, along with special guest performer Desiree Dawson. The casual night of blues is set to get underway at 8 p.m. with tickets $25 at the door, 20340 Fraser Hwy.

Comedian at home

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ort Langley’s Scott Campbell, a Trinity Western University alumni, will be joining other members of the Panic Squad in a show this weekend in Abbotsford. Gallery 7 Theatre, a performance group out of Abbotsford that involves a large number of Langley talent, is kicking off its 25th season with a special “super-clean” comedy show featuring Panic Squad.

Awards and accolades

This improv group travel the world performing and has made appearnces on the TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway? Now, Campbell is pretty excited to be performing in a show close to home. The Get Ready to Laugh show is being held Friday at the Abbotsford Arts Centre, 2329 Crescent Way, starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets and information are at www.gallery7theatre.com.

New music forum

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angley Community Music School (LCMS) is introducing a new, free event to engage the public in discussions around music. On Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 3:30 to 5 p.m., the school will host its inaugural

Bistro Music Talk. With the popularity of the school’s Cafe Classico pre-concert conversations with Elizabeth and Marcel Bergmann, the school decided to expand the concept of treats for the ear and mouth and mind. “This first talk will cover some of the key differences between recording and performing,” Marcel said. “It will explore how the culture and popularity of ‘acoustic conversation’ has changed the reality and realm of live concerts and performing-at-large.” Topics will vary throughout the year, with the next November event already set to explore music and nature. The event is being held in the music school lobby, 4899 207th St., about once

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he list is getting shorter. The BC Country Music Association issued the list of final nominees for this October’s BCCMA awards, and as expected Langley still dominates the list, with names such as Dallas Smith, Karen Lee Batten, Gabby’s Country Cabaret, Chad Brownlee, and Robyn & Ryleigh dominating the roster. Speaking of Langley musicians, a few of them are also on the list to perform during the awards ceremony, including Brownlee and Batten. Following a weekend of workshops, and showcase events, the 38th annual awards show is set for Sunday, Oct. 25, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Hard Rock Casino in Coquitlam. Tickets are $45 by phone at 604-533-5088.

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Eighty Years Ago

ˠ Funeral service for school trustee William Lawrence was one of the largest ever held in Langley. Lawrence came to Langley from Ireland in 1885, and died at the age of 74.

September 19, 1935

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ˠ Langley spinsters organized a dance. Ladies not wearing calico were required to pay fines. ˠ Langley cleaned up at the Chilliwack Fair, taking home the Regional Shield. ˠ Order of Elks looked at starting a lodge here.

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Coalition candidate for the upcoming provincial election, defeating Lyall Currie of Surrey, D.W. Poppy of Langley, and Eric Debb of White Rock. Sitting MLA Len Shepherd was unanimously renominated by the CCF. ˠ Gordon Berry and Ian Paton won the provincial

Seventy Years Ago September 20, 1945

ˠ Langley reeve (mayor) Alex Hope was nominated the local

judging championship at the Chilliwack Fair. ˠ P. Rosner was chosen to lead the Pentecostal Church’s new Young People’s group.

Sixty Years Ago

September 22, 1955 ˠ The school board was deadlocked over a location for a new secondary school. Trustees A.J. Dodd and

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Fifty Years Ago

September 23, 1965 ˠ Langley and District Recreation and Swimming Pool Society disbanded, after setting out three years earlier to build a recreation centre and swimming pool. ˠ The number of people on welfare in Langley continued to decline through August, while overall costs continued to rise.

Forty Years Ago

September 18, 1975 ˠ Langley RCMP received its first commissioned commanding officer, Inspector A.C. Wilson.

Thirty Years Ago

September 18, 1985 ˠ Mayor Reg Easingwood’s signature on a provincial-municipal partnership agreement let Langley City offer from 50 to 100 per cent municipal tax breaks for industrial expansion or development. The province was to reduce non-residential school taxes by 50 per cent. ˠ Langley City and Township had difficulty agreeing on the design of a jointly owned $28,000 parade float. ˠ An ambulance and a Langley Advance van suffered serious damages when they collided in an intersection. There were no injuries. The ambulance was cited for failing to stop at a red light. ˠ A $10,000 house fire put itself out before anyone realized it had happened. The owners of an Aldergrove home returned from an outing to find their kitchen burned out. One family member had stayed home and had slept through the fire in a downstairs bedroom.

Twenty Years Ago September 20, 1995

ˠ The owner of the Blue Star Motel in Abbotsford, just across the Langley border, charged that a fire fatality in his establishment might have been averted if Langley Township firefighters had responded to the alarm which had gone out to Abbotsford. The 52-year-old victim had died of smoke inhalation; other motel occupants got out. ˠ Langley Township’s bylaw outlawing secondary suites came under fire, when the landlord of an illegal suite said his tenant had nowhere to go, because available rentals were substandard and in short supply. More Langley History online at www.langleyadvance.com click on ‘Living’


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TWU’s Inglis tops field Trinity Western University’s Sarah Inglis took on a bevy of NCAA Div. 1 comers and beat them all at the University of Washington Sundodger Invitational, as the Spartans third-year runner took first place in the top section Saturday at Lincoln Park. The Falkirk, Scotland native finished the six-kilometre circuit in 20:22.84.

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It was a painful end to what was an already long night for the Valley Huskers. The visiting Langley Rams were leading the Huskers 56-7 at Chilliwack’s Exhibition Stadium on Saturday when the game was cut short, nine minutes into the third quarter, after Huskers linebacker Erik Stevenson suffered a serious Yvonne Churly photo arm injury. The Langley Rams defeated the Valley Huskers 56-7 on a drizzly Stevenson, from Winnipeg, Saturday night at Chilliwack’s Exhibition Stadium. The win improved the was injured while attempting to Rams’ record to 5-3 while the still winless Huskers fell to 0-8. take down Rams ball carrier Joe Carter. while connecting on a trio of the damage was done on the “You never want to see an touchdown passes. He found ground. injury like that to a young Khalik Johnson four times for Running back Jacob Patko player,” Rams head coach Jeff 77 yards and a score along with carried the ball nine times for Alamolhoda said. Seye Akinsanmi and Devoum 110 yards, the bulk “He dislocated his Hallums for touchdowns. of which came from elbow.” You never The Rams’ defence held the a 60-yard run, and Alamolhoda want to see an scored a touchHuskers to 58 total yards. added, “Ending a Both Nathan Carrol and Denis injury like that down. game like that puts Olivera intercepted a pass and Running back in perspective that to a young Kyle Sagmoen collected the lone Ryan MacDonald life is bigger than player. sack. and quarterback the game itself.” After their most lopsided Dylan Tucker also Prior to the Jeff Alamolhoda loss of the season, 52-10 at the scored majors on injury, the Rams hands of the still undefeated the ground. offence put togethOkanagan Sun back on Aug. 30, Tucker had a proer 601 yards of net ductive day passing, completing the Rams have put together two offence against the still winimpressive wins in a row, and 11 of 20 throws for 276 yards less, 0-8 Huskers, and most of

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A Celebration Of Life will be held September 26th at 2 p.m. at the Christian Life Assembly on 21277 56th Ave. Langley.

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WATT, JAMES WILLIAM It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of James William Watt. Born in Vancouver, B.C. on June 22, 1920, Dad passed away September 1, 2015. Predeceased by wife Margaret, sons John and Kenneth and daughter Barbara. Dad will be greatly missed by his children Margaret, Jim, Judy (John), Diane (Gordie) and Cathy; 15 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren, 2 great great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at Zion Lutheran Church, 5950 179th St., Cloverdale on October 3, 2015 at 2pm.

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FARM LABOURERS Req’d for weeding, planting, harvesting & grading vegetables. This job involves hard work; bend ing, lifting, standing & crouching. $10.49/hr, 45+ hr./wk. 6 days/wk. Aug. 20th to Dec. 15th, 2015. Fax: 604-576-8945 or email: TJ1@evergreenherbs.com

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Rocky Ridge Turkey Farm at 19885 12th Ave Langley, BC V2Z-1W3 is looking for Turkey Farm Barn Supervisor for their poultry Agriculture division. Must have good knowledge of general poultry farming and the skills of raising and caring of special birds like Turkey’s. In barn team leader and be able handle all aspects of running and maintaining day to day operation inside barns incl’s health reports. Must speak and write English for daily reports. Keeping control of workers times and schedule and planning. Must be willing to work night shifts and weekends. Experience 2-5 years in a farm setting. Or a degree or diploma in Agriculture. Wage depend on exp. starting salary $2016/monthly for a 135/hr. shift. Please fax resume attention Stephen Heppell 604-530-5215

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SMITH, Thomas Jeffrey After living valiantly with ALS for 7.5 years Tom died at home on August 19, 2015. Tom lived and died with integrity and grace. Born in Woodstock, NB February 22, 1952, Tom is survived by his wife Safé; his children Jeffrey (Lyndsey), Michelle (Mark), Kevin (Stephanie), Kyle, grandchildren Karla, Emily, Anna, Marcus and Carter; his sisters Ruth (Errol), Katharine, Barbara, his brother Robert (Carla). Tom worked as an owner operator of Bypass Equipment and in later years operations manager for Rowterra Distributors. Tom was a man of many talents, passions and gifts though he will be remembered most for his loyalty and faithfulness as husband, father and friend. Celebration of Life Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 11:00 a.m., Hazelmere Golf Course 18150-8 Ave., Surrey BC. In lieu of flowers, a tribute in Tom’s memory, can be made to the ALS Society of BC [www.alsbc.ca or 604-2782257]. Tom and Safé thank those from Langley Home Health Palliative Care for their support and care. Condolences may be offered at: www.arbutusfuneralservice.com.

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Norma Mae Cuzzetto

(nee Yakel) Norma Mae Cuzzetto (nee Yakel) (1939-2015) passed away peacefully on September 23rd after a brief battle with cancer. Predeceased by her loving husband Louis (1996), Norma is survived by her sons Mike (Lori) and Rick (Michelle), grandchildren Megan, Kyle, Troy, Adam and Ryan, sister Doreen, extended family members and numerous friends she loved as her ‘family.’ A memorial celebration of Norma’s life will be held at the George Preston Rec Centre at 20699 42 Ave, Langley, on September 26th from 2-4PM. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Norma’s favourite charity, Canuck Place.

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It is with great sadness that we have to say goodbye to (Bob) Byron who passed away on September 19, 2015 with his family by his side. He will be greatly missed by his wife Judy of 45 years; their sons Brent and Steven; their spouses Tanya and Shelly; and 7 grandchildren. Byron was born in Vancouver and lived most of his life in Cloverdale, South Surrey and Langley.

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Volunteering was Byron’s passion starting with cooking at the Legion for the Cloverdale Rodeo, being the liaison for Canada Cup and co-ordinating baseball for the Senior games. Byron and Judy travelled extensively seeing 6 of the 7 Wonders of the World! They spent the last 9 years wintering in Meza, Arizona continuing volunteering and playing baseball. A Celebration of Life will be held at Valley View Funeral Home, 14644 – 72nd Avenue, Saturday 26th at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Langley Memorial Hospital.

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RENTALS 706

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GYMNASTICS

Armstrong joins Canada A longtime member of a Flip City Gymnastics is bound for the world championships. A member of Walnut Groveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Flip City Gymnastics Centre is in some very elite company. Douglas Armstrong is among the athletes named by Gymnastics Canada to the national squad heading to the 2015 World Trampoline Gymnastics Championships in Odense, Denmark from Nov. 26 to 29. Armstrong will compete in double mini-trampoline at the 31st world competition, which will serve as a doorway into the Olympic Games.

In total, 25 athletes, six coaches, and eight support staff and judges were named to Team Canada. This is the first of two qualifying opportunities for the 2016 Olympic Games in trampoline, and a qualifier for the 2017 World Games in the non-Olympic sports of tumbling, double mini-trampoline, and synchronized trampoline. The top eight men and top eight women in trampoline will secure a berth for their country at the Olympic Games with a maximum of two per country. Athletes ranked ninth to 24th at these championships advance to the Olympic test event in Rio de Janeiro in April. The top five men and five women at that event will advance to the Olympics, with any remaining spots being allocated after the conclusion of the test event.

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The 18-year-old Rivermen freshman scored all three Rivermen goals. In a balanced attack, five different Wild players got onto the scoresheet. Rivermen 5, Prince George Spruce Kings 0 The Rivermen gave the 2,432 fans at the LEC something to cheer about in Langleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home opener Saturday at the LEC. The Rivermen dominated the Spruce Kings, outshooting them 23-10 while putting five goals on

the board. Fregona, Cameron Ginnetti, Justin Szeto, Dominic Franco, and Zac Masson found the net for the Rivermen. Langley goaltender Bo Didur had a quiet night in collecting his first blank slate of the year. The Rivermen are now at Chilliwackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Prospera Centre for the Bauer BCHL Showcase. They take on Salmon Arm today, Sept. 24, with a 1 p.m. start time. On Sunday at 7:30 p.m., they will face the West Kelowna Warriors to close out the Showcase.

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