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1. Will Langley business benefit from joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership? 2. Should Canada implement a federal carbon tax? 3. Should Canada subsidize green energy to cut CO2 emissions? 4. Would you support recall legislation for MPs? 5. Do you support a balanced budget law? 6. Do you support a woman’s right to obtain an abortion as currently legislated? 7. Does Canada need stricter control and tracking of guns? 8. Should Canada re-institute the death penalty for murder? 9. Should marijuana be legalized and/or decriminalized? 10. Should prostitution be legalized and/or decriminalized? 11. Should online voting systems be created? 12. Do you support a change from firstpast-the-post elections to a proportionalrepresentation system? 13. Should the federal government invest more in Metro Vancouver public transit? 14. Should the federal government invest more in health care? 15. In the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis, should Canada commit to taking in more refugees every year? 16. Should the government stop the twinning of the Trans Mountain pipeline? 17. Should Canada raise taxes to cover government spending? 18. Is Canadian content legislation still necessary? 19. Should the CBC be privatized? 20. Should Canada’s military be involved in the ongoing crisis in Syria and Iraq?

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2. Should Canada implement a federal carbon tax?

13. Should the federal government invest more in Metro Vancouver public transit?

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Dear candidates, Our readers have told us that it is important to them to have a straight-forward reference to help them orient themselves within the range of candidate choices open to them. To that end, we would ask that you provide a ‘yes’, ‘no’ or ‘don’t know’ response to EACH of the questions (except for the un-numbered questions about local residence and party membership). Any responses left blank or answered with anything other than ‘yes,’ ‘no’ or ‘don’t know’ will be left blank. Candidates can give expanded answers to ALL of the questions (to a maximum of 250 words). However, only three expanded answers per candidate will be published in the paper due to space limitations; please indicate clearly which three answers you want to see in print. Please note that all expanded answers will be published online. Please return your answers via email by OCT. 5.

The Green Party of Canada opposes any and all unreasonable risks to citizens and society at large due to inappropriate use of firearms. We are not opposed to the use of firearms for safe, sustainable, and legal hunting, acknowledging that for many aboriginal and non-aboriginal people, wild game is an important source of food and cultural heritage. As far back as 1934legislation required the registration of handguns with records identifying the owner, the owner’s address and the firearm, and the possession… continued on page A4…

Leon Jensen

We will ensure that the provinces and territories have adequate tools to design their own policies to meet these commitments, including their own carbon pricing policies. As part of the comprehensive emissions reduction agreement with provinces and territories, we will provide targeted federal funding to help them achieve these goals. The key to carbon pricing is to work in harmony with the provinces and territories rather than trying to impose solutions from Ottawa. continued on page A4…

Margot Sangster

Yes, after 10 years of the Conservatives, they have left our municipalities fighting against other municipalities for transit funding. An NDP government will provide long-term, stable and predictable funding to help the Lower Mainland grow. We will invest $5.2 billion in transit and infrastructure in the Lower Mainland over the next 20 years.

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Lauren Southern

Most energy consumption is dictated by need and isn’t modified significantly by changes in pricing. Carbon taxes do little to mitigate environmental harms, but do a great deal to decrease the purchasing power of Canadian consumers.

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Our government has made significant investments in Canadian infrastructure with the largest infrastructure plan in Canadian history while keeping taxes low and balancing the budget. I recently announced funding for a new 216th Street interchange and widening of Hwy 1. We also announced $700 million of federal funding for the $2.1 billion LRT project that will bring much needed public transit service from Surrey SkyTrain to Langley. continued on page A4…

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Voters flock to Kids ‘election day’ hosted Vankevich is doing advance polls Judi her part to get children Early voting was up sharply over the long weekend.

advance polls, but the total national tally wouldn’t be released until late Tuesday. The higher than expected turnout did result in lines at several of the polling places during the four days, in both MATTHEW CLAXTON ridings. mclaxton@langleyadvance.com Lucier said some people were impatient with the In between helpings of turElections Canada staffers who key and pumpkin pie, plenty were processing everyone. He of Langley residents headed called on voters to please be out to the advance polls for patient, and said everyone is the federal election. doing their best. Both Cloverdale-Langley Election day itself could City and Langley-Aldergrove also be busy, Lucier said. saw lineups of some length “I feel that this is going to at some of the advance poll carry on right stations. through, and “Very busy,” Monday will be a said Pat Lucier, We were up very busy day,” returning officer substantially Lucier said. in Cloverdalein this Making a bit Langley City. of extra time “We were up election. Monday to vote substantially in Pat Lucier might be a good this election.” idea. Although it’s a Fraser noted new riding, the that it depended 11,000 people who voted in where voters cast a ballot. advance is a significant numSome polling places saw ber. Ridings have an average lines, while at others people population of a little more walked in and could vote than 100,000 people. immediately. “There was a fair amount The requirements for idenof young people out, which was good to see,” said Lucier. tification didn’t have much of an impact, said The voter turnout was not Langley votes Lucier. “Most people are quite as high well aware,” he in Langleysaid. Aldergrove, but People were still it was higher coming in Tuesday than is typical. The unofficial FEDERAL ELECTION 2015 to the returning office to vote by tally is more special ballot, than 9,700 Lucier said, and he expected votes, said Debbie Fraser, that option to be busy as a field liaison for Elections well. Canada. By Tuesday, Elections Overall, turnout was up Canada reported that advance markedly across Canada, voting was up 16 per cent Fraser said. already, with just the first Turnout was also high on Monday, the fourth day of the three days of votes counted.

and teens engaged in democracy. TROY LANDREVILLE tlandreville@langleyadvance.com

With just days to go before Monday’s federal election, it was decision day at the home of Langley’s Manners Lady. Judi Vankevich hosted a mock election – open to both homeschooled and public school students in the Langley-Aldergrove and Cloverdale-Langley City electoral districts (or others from outside those ridings) – Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 14, at her home in Brookswood. The previous day, on Oct. 13, students were able to cast their ballots at a home in Walnut Grove. That event was strictly drop in – cast your ballot and go. Vankevich’s local election mirrored Student Vote, a national program in which 7,500 schools across Canada held, or are holding, mock elections this week. Votes will be counted in a Canada-wide election, to see who would have won if students were the only voters. Results will be available when the regular polls close. Parents were welcome to join their children and watch the election process at work. Eligible voters ranged from kindergarten students to Grade 12s. On Wednesday, there were refreshments and Vankevich said she “gave a little speech.” Vankevich, who taught a Canadian citizenship class over the past few weeks, said the process was to get young people engaged. “The average teenager, the whole politics thing is off their radar,” she said.

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Through the Young Canadians Club, Langley’s Manners Lady, Judi Vankevich, had children and youth engaged in Canadian politics and the election process. This is what her class, Canadian “They don’t know about it, they don’t care about it, and they don’t Citizenship 101, is about: getting future voters to start thinking know how it affects them.” about democracy and politics, so Vankevich also encouraged parents to bring their kids along with they can make educated choices when they’re old enough to cast them when they pick their local their ballots. MP on Oct. 19, so their children The Young Canadians can watch the process Club including unfold. Calling the election Langley votes Citizenship 101 classes was designed to help chilturnout “appalling,” dren and teens, as well as Vankevich is urging new immigrants, underthose old enough stand and, Vankevich to vote to do so on said, “appreciate the freeMonday, thus exercising their democrat- FEDERAL ELECTION 2015 doms and opportunities we cherish in Canada.” ic right – a privilege The class involved students others in some countries don’t from both north and south of the have. Fraser River. “If you don’t go out and vote, Maple Ridge students interyou have forfeited your right to acted with local candidates Mike complain,” she said. Murray (Conservative), Peter Tam Vankevich is the founder of the (Green), Bob D’Eith (NDP), and Young Canadians Club, with a Dan Ruimy (Liberal), who fielded mandate of training and inspiring questions from the youngsters. young Canadians to make a dif> More: langleyadvance.com, ference in their community and search ‘Young Canadians Club’ nation.

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Beyond yes and no: 20 Questions Simmi Dhillon, Green …of legal handguns has always tightly restricted, coming close to a virtual ban. Contrary to popular misperception, there still is a registry for restricted firearms, including all legal handguns. The problem with handguns is due mostly to illegal handguns smuggled from the USA. 9. Should marijuana be legalized and/or decriminalized? Yes. As should hemp. The production and regulation of both would bolster our economy, putting more tax dollars into our communities. In LangleyAldergrove the planting of such plants could also help flooded areas be rezoned. Colorado is a current example of how a federally regulated program works. I do believe however, that medicinal cannabis patients and recreational users should have different benefits and protections from the federal government. We cannot ignore that Health Canada has grossly dropped the ball on this and many Canadians have suffered as a result. Legalization should not come at their expense. 12. Do you support a change from first-past-the-post elections to a proportional-representation system? 12. Yes. The Green Party of Canada has committed to making this a recommendation within the first 12 months of being elected. Research and various models will be put forth for Canadians to consult on.

Leon Jensen 13. Should the federal government invest more in Metro Vancouver public transit? Yes, our infrastructure proposal is specifically designed for cities like Metro Vancouver to tackle the tough job of maintaining our existing infrastructure and building new systems. I look forward to the plans and ideas from the Township of Langley, the surrounding communities and the Province of British Columbia as we cooperate on achieving the best plans for our neighbourhoods. 17. Should Canada raise taxes to fund government spending? No. We have committed to cutting taxes for Canada’s middle class through a reduction in the second income tax rate from 22 per cent to 20.5 per cent, while a new tax rate of 33 per cent will be introduced on Canada’s top one per cent

of earners. We will honour the reduction in taxes for small businesses from 11 per cent nine per cent. And we will not raise the corporate tax rate, to ensure Canada’s corporations remain competitive internationally and create jobs domestically.

Margot Sangster, NDP …government invest more in health care? Yes, the Conservatives have been attacking our health care system and have been opening the door to privatization. Canadians pride ourselves on our public healthcare system and we need to protect it. 19. Should the CBC be privatized? No, the CBC is part of our Canadian identity. We must protect our public broadcaster which is why we’ll be reversing Stephen Harper’s cuts to strengthen Canadian culture.

Lauren Southern, Libertarian …its associated policies have cost Canadian taxpayers tens of billions of dollars. We shouldn’t encourage the use of marijuana, but prohibiting it has only exacerbated its harms. 2. In the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis, should Canada commit to taking in more refugees every year? The Libertarian Party of Canada supports bringing in more immigrants as long as they are properly screened and the safety of Canadians is ensured.

Mark Warawa, Conservative 15. In the wake of the Syrian refugee crisis, should Canada commit to taking in more refugees every year? The tragic photo of young Alan Kurdi and the news of the death of his brother and mother broke hearts around the world. We were all deeply saddened by that image and of the many other images of the plight of the Syrian and Iraqi migrants fleeing persecution at the hands of ISIS. Canada’s government has set a target for Canada to accept 23,000 Iraqi refugees and 11,300 Syrian refugees. Of that number, Canada has already resettled nearly 22,000 Iraqis and 2,300 Syrians. We recently announced that our government will add an additional 10,000 persecuted ethnic and religious minorities from that region. Our government is also deploying more resources in Beirut and Amman, with more people on the ground to make

sure refugee processing is accelerated. Our fovernment announced another significant response to the crisis. Canada will match donations made by Canadians up to $100 million. The fund will assist conflict-affected people in Syria and neighbouring countries. The fund will be used to provide basic needs such as food, clothing and healthcare. The fovernment will match funds donated to registered Canadian charities, an opportunity where Canadians will be able to channel their generosity. The fovernment will partner with the Red Cross and Red Crescent to help deal with people on the ground that have the capacities to reach the people most in need. Emergency funding will be in place until Dec. 31, 2015. Canadians wanting to sponsor Syrian or Iraqi refugees should contact Immigration Canada. 17. Should Canada raise taxes to fund government spending? We all know that the global economy is fragile. Examples are in the news every day: Europe has an ongoing debt crisis where governments have made bad decisions and let spending get out of control. European politicians who were good at spending other peoples’ money have managed to cost others their jobs. Hundreds of thousands of people have been thrown out of work. We have seen pensioners lining up to see if bank machines are open. Younger generations are left with no prospect of a future. Those are the consequences of economic mismanagement. We protected Canada’s economy because we lowered taxes and allowed the economy to create jobs through our Economic Action Plan. Our Canadian economy created 1.3 million net new jobs since the global financial crisis… most of them full time. Over the next four years we will be working to help create 1.3 million more jobs. On Oct. 19, Canadians will choose a government to determine what our economy will look like for the next four years. The election will decide if our taxes are lower or higher,whether our budget stays balanced or not, and whether we spend prudently to keep our economy growing or take the path of inexperience and mismanagement. Lower taxes, balanced budgets and prudent spending are the way to keep Canada’s economy growing.

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ere I sit, deadlines being what they are, on the eve of Thanksgiving Day, thinking about our upcoming Election Day and trying to figure out how I can tie that into giving thanks for something. And then it comes to me. Simple, really: we’re having an election. We get to choose the leader of our country. We, as individuals, may not always be pleased with the results of the choices that we, as a collective entity, make on Election Day. Elections are not about each of us getting what we want, they’re about all of us having a say in what we get. People in other parts of the world give their lives for just a taste of that right. I’m also thankful for the choices before us in Canada. You have your favourites, I’m sure, but we could do a lot worse than Stephen Harper, Justin Trudeau or Tom Mulcair. Take a look south of the border at the Republican front-runners for the presidency. Ben Carson’s answer to his country’s gun problem, which claims 33,000 lives each year, is to arm kindergarten teachers and to suggest victims of mass shootings (you don’t hear about them all, but that’s literally just about a daily occurrence there) are victims of their own folly, by “letting” themselves get shot. And Donald Trump… well, need I

men that we are to believe say more? have infiltrated the peace Mulcair’s biggest handicap and contentment that is the is that his biggest potential natural entitlement of all support base is made up of non-Muslim Canadians. a majority of the Canadians It saddens me that the who won’t be voting on ploy seems to appeal to a Election Day. significant number of my Recent polls suggest fellow citizens. Canada is leaning towards To me, that whole manuLiberal leader Trudeau The factured furor is more Unready (to borrow some Conservative-inspired mediobjectionable than tar sands eval nomenclature). I don’t and pipelines, his generbelieve that he’s “just not al anti-science stance, his BOB GROENEVELD unwillingness to talk canready yet.” And anyway, his supposed lack of experience didly about his vision for won’t destroy this country. Canada, or his apparent lack But if you’re expecting him to be the of understanding of the current economreincarnation of his famous daddy – ic reality. who, like him or not, has been marked While many of us may perceive his by history as one of our great prime attitude as damaging to the basic conministers – I think you’re going to be cept of Canadian values, the reality is disappointed. that our choices – the precipitate of all I’ve made it pretty clear on any numCanadians’ choices on Election Day – ber of occasions that I am not a Harper will determine what our Canadian values fan. But face it, folks, if he’s the poorest really are. That goes for Trudeau and player at the table, Canada still has a Mulcair as much as it does for Harper. great game going. Whether it pleases you or not, we I do believe his position on Islamic are the authors of our own destiny. All women’s choices to wear niqabs in this it takes to have a hand in writing that country is motivated by his need to cater story is to pick up a pencil and mark to a racist core within his political supyour ballot. port group. And he does appeal to that And for that, I am truly thankful. core group by suggesting that only he Read Matthew Claxton’s Painful Truth online can protect us from the Muslim bogeythis week at LangleyAdvance.com

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hen democracy has been established long enough, it’s natural to grow somewhat jaded with the process. Some of us do remain excited, or at least highly interested in the process as we get closer to election day. We pore over the party platforms, watch the debates, follow the coverage of gaffes and sound bites. But we must admit, we’re in the minority. And even a hardened political enthusiast can get tired of it all, especially with a campaign that’s stretched from the heat of summer into the middle of autumn. So we aren’t asking for enthusiasm and joy. But we are asking people to vote. Voting is an interesting duty. Unlike paying your taxes or jury duty, it is completely voluntary. Yet it is one of the most important duties of citizens in a functioning democracy. Our country would grind to a halt pretty quickly if everyone cheated on their taxes. But we can sustain lower and lower voter turnouts, down towards about half of the total electorate, for decades at a stretch. And yet, we can’t help but think that lower voter turnout is both a cause and effect of problems in Canadian democracy. In Canada, we have a country that functions about as well as any other on Earth. It’s one of the best places to live, even among wealthy, democratic nations. It is still far from perfect. Ask anyone and you will get a laundry list of things that could be better in Canada, things that could be improved, things that should be done away with. Many people, however, don’t think voting will do anything to repair these problems. It’s true that voting is not the beginning and end of democracy. Advocacy and lobbying and pestering and protesting and even civil disobedience are sometimes necessary to grease the wheels of progress. But voting may accomplish something. Not voting definitely accomplishes nothing. So vote for a party or against one, for a candidate you love or against one you hate, but on Oct. 19 get out and vote. – M.C.

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Candidates meeting unruly

Dear Editor,

I attended the Oct. 8 All Candidates meeting for the Langley-Aldergrove riding. Overall, it was a good night for democracy. However, I was dismayed to see my candidate repeatedly interrupted by loud shouting, heckling, and raucous laughter. In my view, the moderator from the Chamber of Commerce did a poor job of maintaining order. The candidates were constrained to only a one- to three-minute time limit to respond to each question. Under these strict limitations, and in the interest of fairness, no candidate should have been permitted to be interrupted. I came to hear what my candidate had to say, and do not appreciate the disrespectful and immature behaviour from some members of the audience. Every member of the voting public heard comments from a candidate that we didn’t

agree with, but we didn’t all take licence to interrupt/derail that candidates speech. I would have hoped to see better facilitation from the Chamber of Commerce – the organization that claims to represent the ethos of professionalism.

Sandra Topelko

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in the world are not afforded, and as a woman I am eternally grateful to all the suffragettes who fought vehemently for my right to vote. I will never squander that right and I call on every other eligible Canadian citizen to do the same. Even if you spoil your ballot, just vote!

Nicole Boon, Maple Ridge

Banana republic

Dear Editor,

Shame on every Canadian who doesn’t vote. It is our civic right and duty to do so. I wish it was mandatory and hope that one day it will be. I am proud to say that I have voted in every single election that has taken place since I have been eligible to and I sincerely do not understand why everyone else does not do the same. I’ve heard all the lame excuses for not voting and that’s all they are excuses. We are lucky to be living in a democracy that gives us this right, that still many people

Dear Editor,

How can anyone want to vote for Harper again? Now it has come to light that he has given over 350 of Canada’s most influential government appointments to Conservative party donors. With a corrupt government like this, it makes us sound like some banana republic.

Christina Wilson, Langley

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between the Township and residents during planning and development processes. When it comes to development in our communities, we believe the Township has done a great job in engaging its citizens in some decision-making processes. Some decision-making processes have shown there is room to learn and grow.

That is why it is so important that residents get involved in the upcoming Open Houses on Public Engagement, being held by the committee on Oct. 20, 22, and 24. This is your opportunity to have your say. Tell us how you would like to be heard in regards to managing growth and developing neighbourhoods. How do you like to express

Proposed project endangers fish Dear Editor

Langley residents should be concerned about an application to Surrey council to rezone 77 acres near 16th Avenue and 192nd Street from agricultural land into a truckers’ oasis. The facility would turn what many of us knew as the llama farm into heavy truck parking, warehouses, truck washing facilities, repair centres and offices. This property is highly valuable in recharging the Brookswood aquafir. It drains into the Little Campbell

River, a sensitive fish spawning area. Langley residents will be heavily impacted if this project proceeds. What can we do to let Surrey know of our concerns? If we tell our friends and relatives in Surrey about the problems, they can influence their councillors. If we tell Langley councillors, they may speak on our behalf to Surrey council.

If we do nothing, our aquafir and salmon in the Little Campbell River will be in danger. Sue Leyland, Langley

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Sparring on seniors Final debate before election Debaters doubled up for two meetings in one day last week. MATTHEW CLAXTON mclaxton@langleyadvance.com

Back-to-back debates let Cloverdale-Langley City candidates answer a host of questions last Wednesday, Oct. 7. NDP candidate Rebecca Smith, Liberal John Aldag, and Conservative Dean Drysdale fielded questions in a debate moderated by Scott Johnston, president of the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce. Due to illness, Green candidate Scott Anderson did not attend the evening debate. The candidates staked out different positions on several issues. Asked about the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, Aldag was cautious. “The Liberal Party has always supported trade,” he said. “But we need to see exactly what’s in the details,” Aldag added. Drysdale was supportive of the deal negotiated by the Conservatives. “This creates huge opportunities for us,” he said, touting his party’s efforts with past deals. “Almost all of those deals were signed by Conservative governments, and we’ve all prospered as a result.” Smith was sceptical, citing promised $4 billion in compensation to dairy farmers and $1 billion to the auto industry. “In my world, you don’t compensate unless you know there are going to be losses,” she said. Drysdale fielded a question about whether he supported equal rights for gay Canadians. “Equal rights for gay people,” was his entire reply. The other candidates picked up on the question and slammed the Conservatives, Smith attacking bill C-24, which allows Canadians convicted of terrorism-related offences to be deported and stripped of citizenship if they are dual citizens. “If you commit a crime, your crime is punishable in Canada,

under Canadian law,” said Smith, who accused the Conservatives of created two classes of Canadians. Aldag referred to the debate over the niqab. “I’m tired of wedge politics,” Aldag said. Drysdale said C-24 was sparked by a Canadian who went to fight with ISIS and burned his passport – should the government give him a new one, Drysdale asked sarcastically. On income splitting, Aldag attacked the Tories. “It benefits only 15 per cent of the wealthiest Canadians,” Aldag said, noting the Liberal promise to scrap the program, except for seniors. He touted a promised Liberal child benefit program instead. Smith also said the NDP would similarly stop income splitting except for seniors. “I don’t understand how these two parties believe they can build a country by attacking successful people,” Drysdale said. On climate change, Drysdale said he was “an optimist when it comes to this.” “We can solve these problems, we can usually solve them with technology,” Drysdale said. “Optimism alone is no longer going to save our planet,” said Smith. She attacked the Conservatives for cutting environmental programs. The same three candidates also debated earlier that day in a meeting organized by seniors groups. The first question was over security of pensions. Aldag highlighted the Conservative decision to push back the age for various retirement benefits to 67, while talking about the Liberal promise to raise the Guaranteed Income Supplement by 10 per cent. “It really can make the difference between being below poverty and above poverty,” Aldag said. Drysdale said Canadian pensions are secure, then talked about how other governments are having severe financial issues. He blamed that on overspending governments.

Candidates sparred on guns, the senate, and infrastructure.

swipe at the Conservatives cuts to environmental science. “The federal government has over-exMATTHEW CLAXTON tended its mclaxton@langleyadvance.com reach into Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance far too many From abortion to pipeFrom left to right: Simmi Dhillon, Green, Leon issues,” said lines, pensions to terrorism, Jensen, Liberal, Margot Sangster, NDP, Lauren Libertarian Langley-Aldergrove candiSouthern, Libertarian, and Mark Warawa, Lauren dates covered a broad range Conservative. Southern. of topics during an Oct. 8 Senate debate. reform saw many parties the coming decades while Moderated by Scott agreeing with one another, as Sangster noted the NDP is Johnston, president of the eliminating the entire institupromising $1.3 billion a year Greater Langley Chamber of tion was a popular plan. over 20 years. Commerce, the debate drew “The NDP would eliminate Southern said transit should a standing room only crowd the Senate,” said Sangster. be privatized. of several hundred to the “From my point of view, it is With the Syrian refugee Township Civic Facility. an unnecessary burden on the crisis once again an issue, Candidates often managed Canadian taxpayer.” the candidates were asked if to bounce from one question Dhillon and Southern Canada should do more to to a related topic, as with an agreed on elimination. take in people. early question about mapping Warawa noted that no one Sangster said that Canada is flood plains. currently far under its annual “Ecological wis- Langley votes likes the status quo, but said that the refugee target, and that it dom is one of the government needs could take in many more core values of the the provinces on refugees while doing proper Green Party,” said board for major security checks. candidate Simmi changes and said “These people are fighting Dhillon. for their lives,” said Dhillon, Conservative FEDERAL ELECTION 2015 ideas such as term limits and elected also arguing to open the doors Mark Warawa senators could be considered. to more refugees. noted that the governJensen also said talking to Warawa pointed to past ment has helped with dike the provinces has to happen influxes of refugees and said upgrades and dredging work first. that religious minorities in around Langley in the past. Each party also had distinct particular needed to be given “I wish I had had that plans on local transit projects. a chance to come to Canada, question 10 years ago,” said Dhillon noted the Greens’ but that security screening Liberal Leon Jensen. pledge to funnel one per cent was needed. When Jensen was with the of the GST to local infraJensen said more needed to Canadian Forces, he oversaw structure projects. be done. a geomatics unit that could Warawa touted the recent “There’s so many things have done that kind of work. announcement of $700 milthat we could have done that NDP candidate Margot lion towards a proposed light just passed us by,” he said. Sangster said her party would rail project through Surrey to Southern drew a few boos support provincial and muniLangley City, as well as past for saying that Canada has cipal mapping efforts. partnerships. no responsibility for taking in “We know that there is Jensen talked about the refugees and that they should going to be another flood, Liberals plans for a $20 bilgo to neighbouring countries. we just don’t know when,” lion infrastructure plan over she said. She then took a > More: langleyadvance.com

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‘No regrets’ with back stage persona Langley City actor tries producing. ROXANNE HOOPER rhooper@langleyadvance.com

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earful of over-saturating the theatre world with his smiling mug, Raymond Hatton is sidestepping the stage for a bit – opting to work behind the scenes in Langley Player’s production of Dinner with Friends. The 62-year-old Langley City man is trying his hand at producing for the first time, jokingly blaming the job switch on his friend Mary Renvall – who, it just so happens, is directing the play. “I was drafted by Mary for the job. It is a new challenge and one I was happy to take on,” Hatton told the Langley Advance. “Mary has a vision for the production, and I am trying to assist her in bringing that vision to the stage,” he added. While this is his first time producing, Hatton did work as Renvall’s assistant when she produced the award-winning show, Lost in Yonkers, back in 2010. And producing this drama, he hopes, will better prepare him for another theatre job he aspires to take on – that of director. “I want to direct in the near future, and you need to have all the help you can get to succeed as a new director,” he said. Hatton is no stranger to theatre. Like many, he was active in theatre during high school – then nothing for decades. “Life got in the way and I did nothing until I saw something for Langley Players in the local newspaper in the fall of 2008. I was invited to the theatre by Mary Renvall, and the

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Raymond Hatton (right) chatted with three of the actors in Dinner with Friends – Larry Hamm, Gemma Martini, and Shannon Pedder – about the script during one of the recent rehearsals. The play opens next Thursday, Oct. 22 at the Langley Playhouse. rest is – as they say – history,” he recounted. Hatton has since acted in a dozen plays, including four with Langley Players, as well as others with Surrey Little Theatre, the Emerald Pig Theatrical Society in Maple Ridge, Stage 43 in Coquitlam, and the White Rock Players. Acting full time is not what Hatton would call an easy life and consequently not in the cards for him. But being self-employed does give him the flexibility to get his fix of acting at the community theatre level, he explained. “I have met so many wonderful people through Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, throughout the last few years, as a result of theatre. Many are now my close friends,” Hatton said. “Theatre feeds my soul in a way nothing else in my life does. I am thankful theatre found me again…

Thanks to all of you in my theatre family.” Hatton has also worked behind the scenes with set decoration and costumes. “I do prefer acting, but there are not always parts available that fit me,” Hatton said, “and besides, you do not want to over expose yourself and have people saying ‘oh, not him again?’” The Dinner with Friends team started preparing for this production back in the summer, and Hatton was asked what the funniest moment has been during all the long hours of rehearsals. “I think the funniest moments have come from working through the more intimate compules scenes. We have all had many good laughs while trying to get them just right,” he said, quickly countering with his worst moment being a fall off a stool that landed him with a cut to his ear and a

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number of bruised ribs. He was asked if he regrets taking a back stage role for this production, a story about two intertwined couples and what happens when one marriage falls apart. “Well, I am a ham, and so – of course – I want to be on stage. But we have cast very talent actors for this play, and I am glad they are on stage performing it. I regret nothing.” This Donald Margulies play opens on the Langley stage Thursday, Oct. 22, and Dinner with Friends runs until Nov. 21 at the Playhouse in Brookswood, 4307 200th St. It runs THursdays to Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be reserved online at www. brownpapertickets.com/ producer/133005, via email at reservations@langleyplayers.com, or by calling 604-534-7469.

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ow H to win Two lucky Langley Advance readers will each win a pair of tickets to Langley Player’s production of Dinner with Friends opening Oct. 22. The show runs until Nov. 21, Thursdays to Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. How do you win? • Click on the live link in the story about Ray Hatton and Dinner with Friends at www.langleyadvance. com, and tell us why you want to attend this show. You will be entered into the draw. Preference will be given to Langley residents.

Postings must be received prior to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 22, and the winner will be notified by email and/or phone. No staff or family of the Langley Advance or Black Press are eligible. This giveaway is restricted to online participants, 19 years or older only. Must include name and phone number.


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Ceremony helps mourning parents express grief Parents who lost their babies through stillbirth, miscarriage, or neonatally can take part in a service today (Oct. 15) in Brookswood. TROY LANDREVILLE tlandreville@langleyadvance.com

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ome lived in the openness of the world but for a few moments, or seconds, others never had the opportunity to breathe the outside air. They matter to the mothers

who carried them in their wombs. Susan Simmons believes these babies should be remembered and mourned, and each year parents who lost their children through stillbirth, miscarriage, or neonatal death (the death of a baby within the first

28 days of life) gather at the Langley Lawn Cemetery’s Unknown Baby Plaque and Baby Tree for a solemn ceremony. his year’s public ceremony begins at 1:30 p.m. today, Oct. 15, at the cemetery at 4393 208th St., and has a

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through miscarriage are “just a tissue.” “After two weeks, it has a heartbeat,” she said. “After a few weeks it has a whole teeny little body, so it’s there.” he first year of the ceremony, Simmons met a couple who, 57 years prior, had lost their child through stillbirth. “In that time when their baby died, they did nothing with the bodies but just throw in the garbage, literally,” Simmons said. “They never knew what happened to their baby, and they were shedding tears because now they had a place they could come and remember their little baby.” Five years ago, Simmons said the Unknown Baby site was overgrown and “awful” and needed a facelift. Township cemetery supervisor Kevin Bunnett took the initiative to clean the site up. “The Baby Tree was dying,” Simmons said. “He [Bunnett] saw that this was a very valuable service and talked to the municipality about it and said ‘This is what we’re going to do.’”

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The releasing of doves is an emotional part of the annual Mourning Mothers ceremony at the Langley Lawn Cemetery in Brookswood. “They all had a need to just let their feelings out,” Simmons said. “I knew as a volunteer that this was very important, to be able to express your emotions, otherwise you get sick.” Simmons invited the group for coffee and said, “that was it.” Mourning Mothers, in its 20th year, is for women who had lost a child at any age, but after Simmons moved her son’s ashes to Langley Lawn Cemetery, she started focusing on a ceremony to help parents whose child died through stillbirth, miscarriage, or not long after birth.

“People often didn’t realize the fact that you were even pregnant,” Simmons said. “But, still, once you conceived, you were a mom. So I thought, ‘There should be somewhere for mothers to go to honour the lives of [their] babies that have died.’” In 2002 she spoke to the Langley Lawn Cemetery’s supervisor who thought the ceremony was a great idea. It has been held at the Brookswood cemetery, off 208th Street, just north of the Langley Riders Arena, ever since. Simmons said some believe babies who die

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The Rotary Club of Langley is inviting everyone to dinner as in a community potluck. The evening club is hosting the World’s Greatest Meal on Oct. 29, a benefit event for Rotary’s Polio Eradication program. “Please come out and we will tell you the facts,” said David Truman, the polio plus chair. “…Polio is always just one airplane ride away, until it is eradicated.” The wild polio virus remains endemic in only some impoverished nations. Other communities have this event and the goal is to make it an annual event here. The Oct. 29 potluck event is open to all ages but children must be able to sit through a presentation. The evening potluck is at Brookswood Seniors’ Centre. What should people bring? “Their favourite,” Truman said. “We will have a signup sheet so that we don’t get too much of one type of item.” People interested in attending are asked to email to Truman for reservations or more information (davidrotarian@gmail.com). Tax receipts will be issued for the $20 cost of attending. For more information, go to www.wgmeal.com, www.endpolio.org or www.langleyrotary.org.


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And speaking of dinner meetings, B.C. Chamber president Jon Garson is the guest speaker at the next Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce evening gathering. The title of his presentation is A New Chamber for a New Economy. The meeting is being held Tuesday, Oct. 20, with registration at 5 p.m. and dinner and the presentation to follow at 6:30 p.m. at Cascades Casino. Reservations, however, are required by emailing events@langleychamber.com or calling 604-371-3770. And also on the books next week, the chamber’s monthly Open Late for Business networking session is being held Thursday, Oct. 22, at Aldergrove Credit Union, and a week later the chamber hosts its coveted Business Excellence awards dinner.

Beer = food And as promised, I’m going to talk food – or food establishments. Let’s start with Ron Knight’s new McDonald’s restaurant in Willoughby. He and the team were chosen to unveil what’s dubbed as the next “and perhaps boldest” chapter of its brand transformation. That announcement was set for Wednesday, and I promise to bring you an update with the online version of this column. Stay tuned. Now, over to Pizza Hut. I want to commend the local team for contributing to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The B.C. restaurants raised $47,000 for the annual Telus Walk to Cure Diabetes, $780 of that coming from the Langley store and the customers who donated $1 at a time for eight weeks. Find out about Original Joe’s in the Fraser Crossing and what staff are doing to help the local food bank by turning beer into food. > More: langleyadvance.com


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Local truck, 2 wheel drive, SR5 package includes air conditioning, power windows, locks and mirrors, bucket seats and console, trailer tow package , 18 inch alloy wheels, vehicle stability and traction control, ABS brakes, electronic brake force distribution, auto limited slip rear differential, driver and front passenger knee airbag, roll sensing front and rear side curtain airbags, UT018500

NOW$34,998

NOW $20,995

ONLY

19,000

SEMI-MONTHLY*

PER MONTH FOR 60 MONTHS

FREIGHT AND PDE INCLUDED

SMALL SUV

DL: 26469

www.westcoastmazda.com

1 local owner, fully equipped including 7 passenger, rear air and heat, power group including power tailgate, heated steering wheel, V6 power, alloys, front and rear side curtain airbags, traction control, downhill assist, Hyundai Comprehensive Warranty, UT066784

Local vehicle se package with full Stow n’ Go, rear air conditioning, power driver seat, seats 7 passengers, fully inspected and serviced, west coast warranty included, pre-approved financing (oac),UT545180

1 local owner, no accident claims, SL premium package includes navigation, panoramic sunroof, 18 inch alloy wheels, blind spot monitor, power liftgate, Bose audio system, front and rear side curtain airbags, sport mode transmission, hill descent control, hill start assist, ABS brakes, electronic brake force distribution, vehicle dynamic control with traction and stability control, fully inspected and serviced, Nissan Factory Warranty, UT821272

NOW$11,595

Find yours at westcoastnissan.ca or come down and see us

2010 MAZDA 5 GS

2005 FORD FOCUS SES ZX4

2011 FORD ESCAPE XLT

Local vehicle, power windows, locks and mirrors, tilt, cruise control, 6 passenger seating, alloy wheels, roof rack, fully inspected and serviced, west coast warranty, pre-approved financing(oac), UT385051

Local vehicle, low kilometers and well cared for, auto, air, power windows, locks and mirrors, cruise control, alloy wheels, heated front seats, fully inspected and serviced, West Coast powertrain warranty included, UC107522

Economical 4 cylinder, one local owner and no accident claims, fully equipped including power driver seat, power group, air, tilt, cruise control, warranty, pre-approved financing(oac), UT089223

UT314435

*Representative finance offer based on a new 2014 Altima 2.5 (T4LG14 AA00), CVT transmission. Selling Price is $25,273 financed at 0% APR equals 182 bi-weekly payments of $128 for an 84 month term. $1,999 down payment required. Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $25,273. This offer The Chrysler 300 is an amazing choice for those looking at larger cannot be combined with any other offer. Conditions apply. ≠Representative semi-monthly lease offer based on new 2014 Rogue S FWD (Y6RG14 AA00), It has2.99% a powerful yet fuel engine rivals CVT sedans. transmission. lease APR for aeffi 60cient month term that equals 120most semi-monthly payments of $134 with $0 down payment, and $0 security deposit. First semi-monthly down payment and $0 security areto due at lease inception. Prices include freight and fees. Lease based on a maximum of other carspayment, of its class. It has rear wheel drive and isdeposit a dream 20,000 km/year with excess charged at $0.10/km. Total lease obligation is $16,042. $500 NF Lease Bonus Cash included in advertised price, applicable only drive and it’s spacious design on 2014 Rogue S FWD (Y6RG14 AA00), CVT transmission through subvented lease through Nissan Finance. This offer is only available on lease offers of an 60 month only and cannot be combined with any other offer. Conditions apply. ▲Models shown $35,228 Selling Price for a new 2014 Rogue SL AWD gives term you outstanding comfort. Premium model (Y6DG14 BK00), CVT transmission. ▲*≠Freight and PDE charges ($1,575/$1,630), certain fees, manufacturer’s rebate and dealer participation where applicable are included. License, registration, air-conditioning levy ($100) where applicable, insurance and applicable taxes are extra. Finance and lease offers are available on approved credit through Nissan Finance for a limited time, may change without notice and cannot be combined with any other offers except stackable trading dollars. Retailers are free to set individual prices. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Vehicles and accessories are for illustration purposes only. Offers, prices and features subject to change without notice. Offers valid between May 1-June 2, 2014. ºNissan is the fastest growing brand in the non-luxury segment based on comparison of 12-month retail sales from April 2013 to March 2014 of all Canadian automotive brands and 12-month averages sales growth. ^Based on 2014 Canadian Residual Value Award in Subcompact Car/Compact Utility Vehicle segment. ALG is the industry benchmark for residual values and depreciation data, www.alg.com. +All information compiled from third-party sources including manufacturer websites. Not responsible for errors in data on third party websites. 12/17/2013. ∞Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.safercar.gov). ×Global Automakers of Canada Entry Level Segmentation. MY14 Versa Note v. MY13/14 competitors. Offers subject to change, continuation or cancellation without notice. Offers have no cash alternative value. See your participating Nissan retailer for complete details. ©1998-2014 Nissan Canada Inc. and Nissan Financial Services Inc. a division of Nissan Canada Inc.

23,700

$

33,500

Prices listed are plus $399 documentation and taxes

NISSAN 19625 Lougheed hwy., Pitt meadows

1-866-910-8877

www.westcoastnissan.ca www.westcoastnissan.ca

DL: 30501

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215

$

ONLY

**Biweekly

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2012 NISSAN MURANO PLATINUM AWD

Fully Loaded Platinum Package, 76,600kms, All Wheel Drive, Heated Leather, Moonroof, HID headlights, Back up Camera, Memory Seating, 20” wheels, Navigation, Full Load. Stock # UT232442

227

$

$

INTERNET PRICE **Biweekly

2009 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER XLS

2009 DODGE CALIBER SXT

UT606412

UC231458

30,800

$

2013 FORD EXPLORER LIMITED AWD

64,179Kms, 20” Wheels, Heated/Cooled Leather Seating, 7 Passenger, Fuel Efficient 3.5L V6 Engine, Self Parking, HID headlights, Power Tailgate, Navigation, Panoramic Moonroof, Fully Loaded. Stock #UT169058

28,800

257

$

ONLY

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8,900*

149,000 kms, automatic, tilt-steering, air conditioning

SALE PRICE

2012 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED SAHARA 4X4

Only 45,992kms, 3.6L V6 Engine, Aluminum Wheels, Automatic Transmission,Power Group, on the fly 4x4, Clean Local truck. Stock #UT247114 ONLY

228

$

$

14,900*

$

SALE PRICE

7,900*

147,000 kms, 4x4 V6, with steering wheel mounted controls, power moonroof

117,000 kms, hatchback with remote keyless entry, air conditioning

2010 CHEV SILVERADO 1500

2010 FORD FOCUS SES SEDAN

36,800

UC264786

UT176664

$

NOW $13,995

*SEE IN STORE DETAILS Meadow MEADOWS Gardens GARDEN GoLF GOLF NISSAN

LOUGHEED LoUGHeed HwY. HWY DL: 30501

DL: 30501

NOW $6,995

INTERNET PRICE

33,800

$

NOW $15,995

2011 BMW X5 AWD

Only 81,224kms, 3.0L V6 Engine, Technology Package, Navigation, Sunroof, Xenon Headlights,Rear Camera, Bird’s Eye Camera, Heated Leather Seating, Premium Package. Stock #UT414354

266

$

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**Biweekly

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333

$

ONLY

**Biweekly

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$

173

$

33,800

ONLY

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We accept Visa, Mastercard & American Express We accept Visa, Mastercard & American Express

FORD LINCOLN FORD LINCOLN 20370 LOUGHEED HWY., MAPLE RIDGE

www.westcoasttoyota.com

24,800

$

DL: 6077

WEST COAST WEST COAST

19950 LOUGHEED HWY., PITT MEADOWS

14,900*

Work truck with 107,000 kms, emergency communication system

2011 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA

$

SALE PRICE

9,900*

131,000 kms, automatic with power group, steering wheel mounted controls

2011 KIA RIO 5 EX

UC836165

2015 FORD FOCUS TITANIUM HATCHBACK

DL: 6077

lowest prices guaranteed

47,800

$

Only 1,426Kms, Fuel Efficient 2.0L 4 Cylinder Engine, 6 Speed Automatic, Sync hands free system, Aluminum 18” Wheels, Navigation, Moonroof, heated Steering wheel, Blind Spot System, Lane keeping system. Stock #UC290697

$

20370 LOUGHEED HWY., MAPLE RIDGE

1-866-910-1580

Only 17,144kms, 5.0L V8 Engine, Navigation, Moonroof, Power Deployable Boards,Heated/Cooled Leather Seating, Memory Seating, 1 Owner, Local. Stock #UT073685

SALE PRICE

NOW $31,998

WEST COAST N

**Biweekly

2014 FORD F150 PLATINUM 4X4

UC309931

The Nissan Titan is the kind of truck that has a model for everyone. The 4X4 driveline gives you all the power you need and it is rated to a capacity of over 9,400 pounds. The 5.6-liter V-8 that’s under the hood of the Titan $ sounds ripped and ready.

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1.866.221.3407

2014 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD

NOW $30,998

DL: 7662

LOCAL VAN, STOW AND GO, ALLOYS, LOADED! ONLY 107,841kms - UT106372

2009 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE

HURRY, oFFERS END JUNE 2ND

203 RD

SUV, AWD, LEATHER, NAV, BOSE SYSTEM ONLY 64,174kms - UT140907

2014 HYUNDAI SANTA FE XL AWD

LEASE FROM

DOWN Nissan SL $ % Titan $ 2014 Chrysler 300 Touring 134 AT2013 2.99 APR 0

HARRIS RD

$

46,800

$

SALE PRICE

136,000 kms, remote keyless entry, power moonroof

Only 39,122kms, Rear Camera, Power group, Reverse Sensors, Front and Rear Heat/Air conditioning,5.4L V8 Engine, Running Boards, Keyless Entry system. Stock #UT049979

$

INTERNET PRICE

**Biweekly

10,900*

+

PITT RIVER BRIDGE

10,995

26,995

371

$

2013 FORD E350 XLT 12 PASSENGER VAN

$

• DIVIDE-N-HIDE CARGO SYSTEM ®

SL AWD Premium model shown with Accessory Roof Rail Crossbars

$

44,800

2014 NISSAN

TITAN SENTRA UT127769 UC358325 The Rogue is a great mid sized vehicle. It has the space and power of Very low Kilometers, great price, combined with 6 an SUV, but the easy drivability of a sedan. It is equipped with a 2.5L speaker surround sound stereo, durable fabric seats, 4-cyl. AWD CVT Automatic engine withINCLUDE: 170hp, cruise control, stereo FEATURES PLUS CHECK THE ALL-NEW STANDARD remote keyless entry, air OUT conditioning, sunroof, •controls AVAILABLE INTUITIVE on the steering wheel, $ALL-WHEEL DRIVE ROGUE • BETTER $ telescoping steering2014 wheel NISSAN FUEL ECONOMY great air conditioning and much more. (HWY) THAN ESCAPE & CR-V and much more.

UC308552

UT246225

14,938

2014 NISSAN 2014 NISSAN 2014 NISSAN Rogue S 2014 Nissan Altima 2.5JUKE®2013 Nissan PATHFINDER VERSA NoTE

17,500

UT011796

312***Biweekly

$

2015 FORD EXPLORER SPORT

ONLY

14,995

2008 HONDA CIVIC EX-L COUPE 2009 KIA RONDO LX

SALE PRICE

TM

2014 sUbcoMpact car oF tHe Year

NOW$31,998

$

• Free Lifetime Oil + Filter • Free Lifetime Carwashes • Free Service Loaners • Free Tire Repairs

$

4WD, 3.5L Ecoboost V6, moonroof, trailer tow, voice activated navigation system with MyFord Touch. Stock #UT071920

UC431230

All the comfort you need in a car with comfortable seats and peacefully quiet interior on even the roughest $ of road conditions!

2014 NISSAN ALTIMA

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41,446kms, 3.5L Ecoboost Engine, Heated and Cooled Leather/Suede Seats, 20” Blacked Wheels, HID headlights, Navigation, FX4 Luxury Appearance Package, Moonroof, Fully Loaded. Stock #UT053283

All Makes and Models Inspected & Warranted 2014 TOYOTA COROLLA LE

FINANCE WITH

$

2012 Toyota Corolla CE FOR APR

2014 Ford F150 FX4 SUPERCREW

BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

10,980

$

• Extensive mechanical and appearance reconditioning process. • 7 days/1,500 kms exchange privilege. • Complimentary tank of gas. • First oil/filter change at no charge. • Certified Claims Report included.

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UC911892

$

• Rigorous 127-point Quality Assurance Inspection. • Minimum 12 months/20,000 kms Powertrain warranty honoured at over 1,500 Toyota Dealers in Canada and the U.S. • 24 Hour Roadside Assistance.

IN CANADA over the last 12 months in the non-luxury segment.º

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$

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2.0L TRENDLINE sedan with only 66,000 kms, 5 spd. manual, split folding rear seat & pwr group

SALE PRICE

$

10,900*

Convenience hatchback with 59,000 kms, air conditioning, power group, hands-free calling

* Price plus documentation fee of $495 and taxes

Experience Something Great!

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Fighting fires in their own way: Firefighters Ryan Nordan, Rob Rabby and Dave Skidmore were joined by another fighter of fires, Sparky, at the Langley City Fire Rescue open house Oct. 8. The mascot helps department members like these spread the word about fire safety and prevention to young and old.

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Orange Shirt Day was celebrated at

Langley schools on Sept. 30. The day is meant to raise awareness about Canada’s residential school history and the lasting impacts on society. Michael Gabriel, Kevin Kelly and Luke Dandurand drummed for students at James Kennedy Elementary. This was the school’s second year marking Orange Shirt Day. (Below) Elder Josette Dandurand is a local residential school survivor who was a guest of honour at Orange Shirt Day at the school. She works to help students such as Kreuz Richter and Ayden Hadley better understand First Nations culture and history. Students made posters and other artwork for the event as they learned about the issues in class. More at langleyadvance.com.

Heather Colpiltts/Langley Advance

Long service awards: Langley

City Fire Rescue members Cpt. Robin Gunn, paid on-call Cpt. Murray Campbell and deputy fire chief Kelly Gilday (above left) received honours for many years in the fire service. The federal medals are given for 20 years with additional bars given for each decade after that. (Above right) Terry Alcombrack, paid on-call firefirefighter Edward Jordan, deputy chief Kelly Gilday and Cpt. Brent Morgan were among the Langley City Fire Rescue service members receiving provincial long service medals at a ceremony Oct. 2. Their medals mark 25 years in fire service.

Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance

Fiscal and food: Four Envision Financial employees came to the

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Sources Food Bank in Langley City to volunteer Oct. 7. The crew were, left to right, Deirdre Taylor, Paulette McLeod, Tyler Callegari, and Kristina Paule.


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Thursday, October 15, 2015 A21

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Robert McLean

create a bright and open feeling. Only one wall next to your neighbour. Updates include laminate flooring, new carpet, fresh paint & lighting. This Whistler style, well maintained building is in the heart of Langley and is walking distance to shops, schools, recreation and transit. Comes with 2 side by side PARKING STALLS & LOCKER. Bonus: IN SUITE LAUNDRY and building has a GUEST SUITE! $214,900

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Krystal Meeds

Ray Miller

Joan Hansen

Lynn Duncan

Theo Kefalas

Emma Stewart

Nehal Elsamahy

2832 STATION ROAD

9

$72

Borders on greenbelt, ready for application now!! Also have

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$8

6179 192 ST.

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00 17,

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107 20420 54 AVENUE, LANgLEY

106 19645 64 AVENUE, LANgLEY 0

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105 8655 KING GEORGE BOULEVARD, SURREY

FIRST CLASS RESIDENCE AT VILLAGE SQUARE IN THE HEART OF WALNUT GROVE.

00 59,

$

SOLD

Call Chris Johnson 604-916-8314

00

,9 303

There’s sunshine on a cloudy day inside with wide bright hallways, and two large elevators in this clean and bright building. Jeff Ring Duncan Moffat We have friendly Concierge service in the lobby 9am to 5pm daily, providing safety and security. Start the day with some excercise in the well equipped fitness room and relax after in the lounge or media room . A clean and bright two bedroom, two full bath unit is vacant and awaits you. Appliances (including in-suite laundry) and entire suite are spic and span with fresh paint too. Call for your personal tour today, you won’t want to leave! $229,900

Call Dan McLennan 604-727-8781

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plex - within walking distance of shopping, etc. $215,900 Call

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Updated This beautiful 5 bedroom, 3 bath corner house has plenty to offer with The large on one ofspace, the largest lots in the quaint skytrain stations. Across the street from Bear Creek Park, which has an outdoor ! with private covered balcony. Bright kitchen w/ tonshome ofsituated cupboard home on the main floor, raised up from street level. Very Open & Functional ! double ovens and pull-out shelving. New windows, light fixtures, flooring backing onto GREENSPACE! Located in Willoughby Heights, close ICE ICE ol, kids play area, running track and Enter wooded trails. PR & dining rm with cozy Provinceton PR this luxury home,The and main the first floor thing youhasnotice is the huge has 1100+ S.F. Bright with and many Updates: kitchen with stainless appliances, a new deck, and a fullyentertainment renovated large rooms throughout, and plenty of them! Main floor has apodining layout Newer Stove, Dishwasher & STAINLESS STEEL sized living gas fireplace. 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Owners hold lots of social events and amenities include featuring location everything you expect; large island with room with suite has been successfully rented as a full suite with 2 bedrooms, throughoutappliances. top floor, updatedPrivate main bathroom, new stairs on deck, new large rec/games room, easily converted into an awesome home granite counters and stainless paint have all been updated. Shaker roof has recently been treated.flooring, Flat large laundry 3 large bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, Master bedroom has a 4 pc en suiteraised andeating a area/built-in perfect for leisure or entertaining. Great location in the heart of Langley exercise centre, workshop, activity room. Sorry no pets or rentals. Storage locker wine rack and gas cooktop range, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and dark cherry wood cabinets. view from and as a bachelor. The large, fully fenced backyard and 24’ x 24’ fence around yard and fresh landscaping around front yard. The 2 bedroom theatre or man cave. Basement with roughed in plumbing and backing onto quiet walking trails a must see. Owner motivated, quick parking for 2, in addition to a double garage. Enjoy the hot tub in thestorage. fully Mountainwithin spacious walk-in closet. Fresh neutral paint throughout, new faux wood blinds, walking distance to transit, shopping, restaurants, parks and schools. & underground secured parking. Heat & Hyrdo included in strata fee. Walking end fixtures like designer glass bowl sink in powder room and waterfall faucets complete the expericomwired workshop Only a 10 to Willowbrook Mall, Bingo, Superstore &hastransit. a separate entrance. The back yard is one of the possession biggest in and &an upgradedHigh bathroom. fenced backyard. There’s even a playhouse for the kids! Shows well. master bdrm. Well managed possible. Shows well. unauthorized suite is completely self contained with its own entrance PET FRIENDLY Building. 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Located in Langley Grove Estates, one of the nicest and well managed mobile home parks in the valley, this well kept double-wide offers lots of comfortable living space with its spacious floor plan. Large kitchen, large living room with gas fireplace, large ensuite off master, large laundry room, it has it all! Enjoy the outdoor spaces including a large covered deck, and private back yard. New flooring in some areas of the home. Roof and gutters only 6 years old. Amenites include a great clubhouse, exercise room, sauna and whirpool. No age restrictions, one small pet allowed. Situated at the back of the park, well away from traffic noise. Book your showing today! $84,500

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include neutral paint, carpet, doors. Lots of notice

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You’ll love the spacious feeling in every room, with 11 ft ceilings on the main floor & 10 ft ceilings on top floor & basement! The kids will enjoy the safety of the cul-de-sac for their bikes, and freedom to be kids in the large back yard! Enjoy entertaining in the large open concept floorplan. 3 large bedrooms on the top floor including a master suite to spoil you with a huge 5 piece ensuite & large walk-in closet. The basement includes a full kitchen, enclosed washer/dryer, bedroom & a huge rec room, prewired for surround sound & home theatre projector. Close to White Rock, Cresent Beach, Shopping and the US border. Don’t miss out, book your showing today! $854,800

90 19,

used as a formal Dining room. High ceilings with crown moulding, Granite counters & Island in Kitchen & top of the line cabinets. Stainless steel appliances. Large bedrooms, huge soaker tub in ensuite. Upper floor has a 2nd large bedroom with an ensuite, Jack & Jill bathrm adjoining remaining 2 bedrooms. One bedroom suite down. Separate entrance, not currently rented. Great neighbourhood, close to & walking distance to shopping, various restaurants, services & the neighborhood pub! $519,900

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Thomas Schroeder

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close to Alice Brown and Belmont Elementary

40 unit townhouse site in the very best Langley location.

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Owners hold lots of social events and amenities include featuring location everything you expect; large island with room with suite has been successfully rented as a full suite with 2 bedrooms, throughoutappliances. top floor, updatedPrivate main bathroom, new stairs on deck, new large rec/games room, easily converted into an awesome home granite counters and stainless paint have all been updated. Shaker roof has recently been treated.flooring, Flat large laundry 3 large bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, Master bedroom has a 4 pc en suiteraised andeating a area/built-in perfect for leisure or entertaining. Great location in the heart of Langley exercise centre, workshop, activity room. Sorry no pets or rentals. Storage locker wine rack and gas cooktop range, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and dark cherry wood cabinets. view from and as a bachelor. The large, fully fenced backyard and 24’ x 24’ fence around yard and fresh landscaping around front yard. The 2 bedroom theatre or man cave. Basement with roughed in plumbing and backing onto quiet walking trails a must see. Owner motivated, quick parking for 2, in addition to a double garage. Enjoy the hot tub in thestorage. fully Mountainwithin spacious walk-in closet. Fresh neutral paint throughout, new faux wood blinds, walking distance to transit, shopping, restaurants, parks and schools. & underground secured parking. Heat & Hyrdo included in strata fee. Walking end fixtures like designer glass bowl sink in powder room and waterfall faucets complete the expericomwired workshop Only a 10 to Willowbrook Mall, Bingo, Superstore &hastransit. a separate entrance. The back yard is one of the possession biggest in and &an upgradedHigh bathroom. fenced backyard. There’s even a playhouse for the kids! Shows well. master bdrm. Well managed possible. Shows well. unauthorized suite is completely self contained with its own entrance PET FRIENDLY Building. 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Located in Langley Grove Estates, one of the nicest and well managed mobile home parks in the valley, this well kept double-wide offers lots of comfortable living space with its spacious floor plan. Large kitchen, large living room with gas fireplace, large ensuite off master, large laundry room, it has it all! Enjoy the outdoor spaces including a large covered deck, and private back yard. New flooring in some areas of the home. Roof and gutters only 6 years old. Amenites include a great clubhouse, exercise room, sauna and whirpool. No age restrictions, one small pet allowed. Situated at the back of the park, well away from traffic noise. Book your showing today! $84,500

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Perfect frontages. RU-1 Gourmet country kitchen(2008): cork floor, 5 burnerhome on fabulous 9.14 acres with two road stunning 6148 sq.ft. country home. Gorgeous wide plank flooring, Mayberry end unit, large deska facing zoning gas cooktop with double ovens, custom cabinets. Roomyallows for extra accommodation on the property with Municipal extensive mill work and cabinetry. Six bedrooms, three ensuites, four f/ heated SHOP main bathroom has a soaker tub, newapproval. shower in 4852 sq.ft two storey plus basement. Large 53 places. Stunning kitchen with pot filler, S/S, appliances, granite, dble westX 40ideal for the sun worshipper! withwindows mezzanine and office area. Gorgeous outdoor swimming pool and ensuite (2008). Other improvements: vinyl ovens. See the full panoramic pictures with the features including: natural size deck. Large country kitchen withSpacious island, english George Harper open style & bright gas kitchen. generator, irrigation system, air con. Complete theatre room, 15 B/I (2007), hot tar roof/skylights, electrical entertainment box (2008); bar in isbsmt. Large, quiet in home office. Many updates throughout the Updated hardwood flooring throughout! speakers throughout the house controlled by I command or I phone. laminate/bamboo floors (2012). Private backyard a home. This home is perfect for anyone needing lots of Nice room.open Gas floor generator, plan. prewired for camera, electronic gate and key pad. Inviting front porch and oasis: large covered patio, mature shrubs & trees. New light fixtures, décor, & hot garden water tank! 3 driveways. Fronts onto 256 Street and 258 Street. huge, covered back deck. More details available. Separate 8x8 shed & detached 12x8 greenhouse. All on a 1/4 acre plus lot on a quiet street near $309,000 schools, transit, shopping & entertainment. $544,000 Call Danny Evans 604-530-4141 Call Danny Evans 604-530-4141 Call Cheryl Pike 604-530-4141

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7366 256 STREET, LANgLEY 7350 253 STREET, LANgLEY HEARTLAND AMAZING IN TOP CLOVERDALE FLOOR CORNER UNIT IN HERITAGE PARK! FAMILY HOME IN MURRAYVILLE 2 STOREY PLUSSpacious BASEMENT 2 bed 2 bath condo looks out onto beautiful GREENSPACE of Linwood Extremely well built FAMILY home in sought after 0 00 Park. Enjoy the stunning park view from your living Room with your cozy gas fire- ,00 “HILLCREST” walking distance to all amenities.High end 9,0 9 place (n/gas included in strata) or step out onto your fully covered private balcony 64 ,09 finishing throughout. A HUGE kitchenw/large2centre 998 1,High , and enjoy the view & peacefulness. Master bedroom has spacious shower. $ $ 2 vaulted ceiling in the 2nd bedroom and 9ft ceilings throughout the rest of the home island. A very spacious plan with big windows &lots $52 Robert McLean

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Chef has a secret Protect berries now for Christmas hould I put smoke bush leaves in my compost? When I prune the branches, there’s quite a smell of resin and I’ve read you shouldn’t compost leaves with a high oil ANNE MARRISON content. I dry leaves on trays in my basement to give me a supply of carbon to compost through the winter.

wide a variety of components as possible. These could be: leaves, grass-clippings, soil, weeds, manure and clipped prunings. The idea is that no ingredient should dominate. It’s not

Donna Crosby, Coquitlam

The leaves of many aromatic plants contain essential oils in tiny amounts, including herbs such as mint, thyme, etc. But I have never come across any suggestion aromatic plants should not be used in compost. I’ve composted herb and aromatic prunings for years along as part of a general mix for composting and had no discernable problems. Since you can spread your leaves out on trays, it sounds as if you don’t have a large quantity of leaves anyway. I’d say go ahead and compost them. The only caution I might make is that a well-run compost should have as

that help decomposition. After all, in past centuries, aromatic leaves were used to deter ants, fleas, etc. from gaining access to a house. There certainly are leaves that can slow down composting by being reluctant to disintegrate (beech and some oaks, for instance). Black walnut leaves contain juglone which is toxic to many plants. Many gardeners won’t compost them – although others say black walnut leaves are fine if you compost them by themselves for a year before adding them to a general compost. Dear Anne,

How do I preserve hawthorn branches so the berries stay on them and remain attractive until Christmas? I have had two suggesLangley Advance files Fragrant plants, such as lavender, and oil- tions so far: cut them and store in containing plants can be composted. a cool dry place in a burlap sack or spray them with varnish. impossible that compost Do you have any suggeswith a huge quantity of arotions? matic leaves and not much David Patching, Ladner of anything else could cause The traditional way of problems for the worms, keeping berries on decoraslugs and friendly bacteria

tive boughs is to mix one part of glycerine to two parts of boiling water. Then hammer the end of each stem until it is crushed and put the stems in a tall vase for a month to six weeks. My vote would be for six weeks. It’s best if the room is dark and cool. If the liquid level starts going down, add one part of glycerine to three parts water. An anti-dessicant spray is also supposed to keep the leaves and berries from drying out.

Dear Anne,

I have five hostas in sixinch pots. Can I keep them in pots over the winter until I know where to put them? I can stand my pots in some tall, empty containers to give them some protection from the elements. Will that help?

Irene Brown, Ladner

Yes, you can keep your hostas in pots over the winter. Hosta plants are extremely hardy. The tall, empty containers would help protect them, especially if you surrounded the inner pots with an insulating layer of leaves inside the tall containers. Anne Marrison is happy to answer gardening questions. Send them to amarrison@shaw.ca

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Thursday, October 15, 2015 A25

ARTS BRIEFS

Weekend busy with art and community events Fort Langley set to host prominent author and a group of zombies. HEATHER COLPITTS hcolpitts@langleyadvance.com

A group of Langley grandmothers who help African orphans has teamed up with a globetrotting photographer who recent visited Kenya. The Langley Gogos host a fundraising photo exhibit of the works of John Gordon on Oct. 17. Doors at the Douglas Recreation Centre open at 2 p.m. with a slide presentation at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 and the event will raise funds for the Stephen Lewis Foundation which helps children of AIDS victims. “Our group began with four members in late 2011 and now have 20 members,” said local Gogos coordinator Carole Albertson. She calls the Langley Gogos (gogo is an African term for grandmother) a group of “concerned grandmothers and grand others.” The gist is grandmother groups around the world help African grandmothers who are raising their grandchildren because the parents have died from AIDS. “We meet at Michaud House, third Tuesday of the month and participate in craft fairs, sponsor a tea at Michaud House every August, and put on a Rant at St. Dunstan’s Anglican Church in Aldergrove every spring,” she explained. Because all GVG groups do their own fundraising, 90 per cent of what they raise goes to Africa, Albertson noted. The SLF works with grassroots organizations in Africa to provide food, school uniforms and fees, HIV and grief counselling, medical care, adequate housing and bedding, home visits, and more.

Author at Arts Matter Author Lawrence Hill will reading from his new book The Illegal, his fourth, and The Book of Negroes at Langley Fine Arts School next Monday. He’s been greatly influenced by his parents’ work in the human rights movement. Organizers of the Arts Matters lecture series considered rescheduling but decided to go ahead with

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Hey kids On Saturday, local kids up to age six can take train rides, see raptors, enjoy a free barbecue and other activities while their parents learn about the community resources for families. CHILD Day is Oct. 17 at the Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre, 26770 29th Ave., and is a kind of one-stop-shopping for information on kids’ health, learning, and development. There’s even free consultation on children’s behaviour or development. The event runs 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. and is hosted by the Langley Early Childhood Development Committee.

Braaaaiiiinns Zombies are coming back to Fort Langley. The Red Canvas, formerly the Fort Langley Studio, is hosting the third annual Zombie Walk Oct. 17. There will be a prize for best costume, popcorn, candy, music and much more. Need a bit of help to become a zombie? Special FX makeup artists will be on site to make people look gruesome by donation. The undead will start walking at 3 p.m. Go earlier if makeup is needed. The makeup artists will be available starting at 1 p.m. Organizers have posted more information, including the rules for well-mannered zombies, on the gallery website.

Au naturel Join the Langley Field Naturalists on Oct. 16 for a fall trip into the Skagit Valley for mushrooms, mammals and birds amid the fall colours. This is a full day, so pack a lunch, snacks, bug spray and

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Langley-raised Chelsey McMullen just had her second feature-length film shown at the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF). Michael Shannon Michael Shannon John (www.msmsj.ca) is the story of adult siblings who only learn of each other’s existence and the odd naming choices after their father’s death. In addition to VIFF, the film has been booked for the Calgary International Film Festival and screening on Super Channel in 2016. The film is about a fallen Hamilton police officer, his mysterious past, and his grown children. John Hamner went from being a cop to a life of crime, dying due to bad business dealings. His four children, Michael and Shannon in Canada and Michael and Shannon in Thailand, share their fragmented memories in the unique documentary. “I am very excited to have this film have its world premiere at VIFF. Though I live in Toronto now, B.C. is my home and the Vancouver film scene has always been extremely good to me,” said McMullan.

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the originally announced date even though it is also federal election day on Oct. 19. The evening will start with student performances inspired by Hill’s work, including a dance performance by Langley Fine Arts School alumni, Marissa Gold. Lawrence Hill’s talk will end with a Q&A session followed by a book signing. The lecture starts at 7:30 p.m. and is the first Arts Matter event this season. The school is at 9096 Trattle St. Tickets are $15 for students and $20 for adults. Also in the series is Wade Davis, a photographer, author, filmmaker and ethnobiologist, in early 2016.

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ANIMAL WELFARE

Custom bike being auctioned at shelter gala What do a customized motorcycle and a new cat isolation shelter have in common?

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cycle restored, only to determine – after the fact – that he would never ride it or any other bike. As the former manager of permits and licensing for the Township of Langley, he worked closely with the animal welfare organization and believed strongly in the work LAPS does in the community. In fact, LAPS executive director Sean Baker credited Gordon with being instrumental to getting the current Patti Dale Animal Shelter built in Aldergrove prior to his retirement in 2008. “He led the staff charge before council for funding,” Baker explained. “It might not have happened without him.… He was the guy who sort of led us through it… now, he’s not a boots-onthe-ground volunteer for us, but he’s always there. He’s been a great resource for us.” Fast forward seven years, and the animal shelter has been constructed. Now, LAPS is in the final leg of fundraising to build a cat isolation shelter on the same property – a place to nurse sick cats and prevent the transfer of illnesses to other health feline.

LAPS executive director Sean Baker modelled a custom motorcycle donated to the shelter. It will be auctioned off during the Furry Taiil Endings gala on Nov. 7. And again, Gordon is playing a key role in the erection of LAPS’ new building. He’s donated his motorcycle, appraised at $20,000, to the cause and Baker said auctioning off that one-of-a-kind bike could be just enough to push LAPS over its $550,000 fundraising goal needed for the cat centre. “The dollars we can fetch from it will make a significant difference,” Baker said. It will be auctioned off (provided a reserve bid is met) during next month’s live auction at the eighth annual Furry Tail Endings gala. Half of the proceeds

from this year’s Nov. 7 sold-out gala will go towards the cost of day-to-day programs at the shelter, such as the spay and neutering initiative, training for dogs, and the shelter’s medical fund. The other half of this year’s proceeds from the Great Gatsby theme gala are earmarked for the 1,300-square-foot cat isolation facility. Baker said auctioning off the bike, as well as a number of other large live auction items, will help make that goal attainable. Well Seasoned store owner Angie Quaale will once again be donating an evening meal package that last

year, after being donated back and auctioned off a second time, raised $12,000. There’s also a fiveday rental of a deluxe condo at Sun Peaks during the annual wine festival that is expected to raise several thousand, plus a cabin rental on Mayne Island, artwork, and several concert and sports event tickets are once again expected to attract large bids. Last year’s gala raised a record $90,000, with $51,000 of that coming from the live and silent auctions. Baker’s job now is soliciting donations for the auctions. > More: langleyadvance.com

Lily & Daisy Daisy, a 7 year old small Shih Tzu mix, and her “sister” Lily, a 4 year old Beagle mix, are looking for a home together. These dogs are proven with dogs, cats and kids. Here is the catch, these dogs have a difficult time being left alone so they are looking for a home together where the people who love them are present a great deal of the time. Their new home with need to have a secure yard, good supervision and tolerance. The rewards... double the love and gratitude.

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Sangria is an adorable young pitbull. At 1 year old, this cheeky girl loves to bounce around in the grass and show off her favourite toys. She is super snuggly and will greet new people with a really cute “hi-five.” Gria is hoping for a great home that loves the breed. Being a bully type dog, Sangria may rub some strangers the wrong way without even meeting her. She is a very kind doggy citizen, but pitbull’s do have a negative stigma about them. Sangria is a great breed ambassador and is looking for that very special human or humans to call her own. Sangria is good with cats and could also live with a dog. She does get quite excited, so no small kids for this one.

Moya is a very friendly German Shepherd looking for someone to give all that love to. Moya requires slow introductions to other dogs. Moya grew up with children. Walking Moya requires a confident leash holder as Moya is conflicted about meeting new dogs (read: barks anxiously and pulls). Moya has flea and food allergies so will require a special diet and good vet care life-long. In exchange you will get a dog that demonstrates why people love this adoring and loyal breed.

Cleo was surrendered to us after her cat siblings were ganging up on her. She is 4 years old and is lovely with dogs. She enjoys other cats as long as they enjoy her! She has a bit of cattitude, so she would not be suitable for a home with small kids. She is a very special black beauty and is just waiting for that purrfect person to come along and sweep her off her paws.

Dale came to us with his mom, Patti. All was going well until tragedy struck, Dale was positive for ringworm. They were swiftly escorted into isolation and began their long road to recovery. After a grueling 8 weeks, we are happy to announce that they are ready to go home! Dale is a very handsome young black and white tuxie. He looks like he is great with cats, dogs or kids.

Patti is a sweet, 1 year old, calico kitty. At first glance she looks like a black and white tuxie, but she is actually a calico. She came to us nursing her little baby tuxie, Dale. Unfortunately, her baby got ringworm, and both mother and son had to go into isolation and begin their treatment. After a very long 2 months, Patti and Dale are finally clear and ready to be adopted. Patti is a sweetheart and could live very well with another cat. Dogs could be an option as well as children.

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LangleyAdvance FORT LANGLEY

Cranfest dubbed a family tradition

Linda Karpiuk of Walnut Grove Floral Boutiques made up a number of arrangements specifically for Thanksgiving, many boasting More online pumpkins, while furniture maker Evan Lamb of Woodland Collections showed off a handcrafted wood sign he had for sale at the 20th annual Fort Langley Cranberry Festival.

STORY AND PHOTOS ROXANNE HOOPER rhooper@langleyadvance.com

They travelled from throughout the Lower Mainland, creating waves of bodies amid a sea of tents and food trucks in the historic village of Fort Langley during the Thanksgiving Day long weekend. Organizers of the Cranberry Festival were elated that rain held off for much of the day on Saturday, giving visitors and vendors alike a chance to enjoy the 20th annual street festival that pays homage to the harvest. Five-year-old Joanna Wang and her mother travelled from Richmond, excited to explore a new-to-them event filled with food and family fun. Likewise, Fort Langley’s Dawn Crawford brought her daughter and friend to the festival. “We came for the cranberries. We came for the community spirit. And we came to support our local merchants, the artisans, and other vendors,” Crawford said. Two-year-old Isaiah Baggio and his father, Ryan, brought some out-of-town visitors down to the festival. Ryan Baggio and his It’s fair to say attendtwo-year-old son Isaiah. ance at this event is becoming a family tradition for the Otter area family, who sought to buy fresh cranberries for their Thanksgiving Day dinner, to sample some of the different foods available, and just hang out with friends, said Ryan Baggio. Daryl Stone crossed the Fraser River from Maple Ridge to attend the festival for the first time, and he planned to return home with a bag full of scones, and attempt to persuade his wife to put the Cranberry Festival on their must-dolist for next year. Burnaby’s Nathan Melvin and his entourage from Monty Mega Fries had never heard about Fort Langley’s Cranberry Festival until they were in the village for a food truck event recently. “We heard it was huge, and we had to be here,” to sell their fries and hot dogs, Melvin said. They were definitely not disappointed. People attend the festival for a variety of reason, said one of the event organizers, Eric Woodward. But whatever the reason, the Fort Langley developer said, he never hears many complaints. “Every year, we just get a little bit better,” said Woodward, who can usually be found at the cranberry booth in front of the community hall. “Everyone has a great day, and that’s what it’s all about.”

“Building a home and financing our business, it’s everything we’ve worked for.”

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The Fort Langley Canoe Club’s Abreast With FORT-itude dragon boat crew, made up of breast cancer survivors, had a terrific season on the water.

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Wanna try dragon boating? A Fort Langley dragonboat crew consisting of breast cancer survivors seeks new paddlers. Check it out Oct. 17.

It’s been a golden season on the water for the Abreast with FORT-itude dragonboat crew. The crew, made up of breast cancer survivors, had a ter-

Power of the Purse Fundraiser New & Gently Used Purse Sale + Silent Auction to Support Research for Women’s Cancers

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Donations of new and gently used purses will be accepted until Oct. 15th. 100% of proceeds go to the B.C. Cancer Foundation.

rific year paddling on the Bedford Channel with the Fort Langley Canoe Club, noted team member Juanita Peglar. Abreast with FORTitude won gold in the breast cancer survivor division at all three of the club’s major dragon boat regattas: the False Creek Women’s Regatta, the Rio Tinto Alcan Festival and the Nanaimo Regatta. After three very full seasons, including training hard for the Canadian nationals in 2013, and racing in Italy at the Club Crew World Championships in 2014 Abreast with FORT-itude heads into 2016 with several of its veteran paddlers retiring. “We are looking to fill the boat with some newbies,” Peglar said. For those who want to keep fit, learn a new skill, and Peglar noted, “join a great team of fabulous women after your breast cancer treatment,” Abreast with FORT-itude is hosting an event to introduce women to the sport. The open house is at the Fort Langley Canoe Club on the shores of the Fraser River Saturday, Oct. 17, starting at 10:30 a.m. For information and to register to try out dragon boating, contact Peglar at jpeglar@ telus.com. Visit www.abreastinaboat.com for more information.


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CHARITY

Power of Purse fights women’s cancers The fundraiser was founded by a Langley survivor. ASHLEIGH BEAUDOIN news@langleyadvance.com

Adam Ciuk photo

Fight Like a Girl’s founders are Dayna Egyed, Hailey Van Dyke and Courtney Burt.

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World-wide run is goal for girls

What started out as a fun evening with friends has turned into a fundraising event to raise money in support of women’s cancers. When Darla Bracklow, 63, started planning a purse swap in her co-op at Pioneer Park, it was just planned as something fun to do with friends. “That idea simmered for a

few months,” said Bracklow. “And the other ladies that are now on the committee hatched a plan to create an event to raise money for a charity.” Bracklow was diagnosed with breast cancer at 42, but the cancer was still in its early stages. “Four generations of women in my family have had breast cancer – but, due to early detection, I am the first to survive the disease for more than a couple of years,” said Bracklow. With advances in early detection, Bracklow only needed minimal treatments and 21 years have passed since her diagnosis.

Now a breast cancer survivor, she wants to give back. The inspiration to fundraise brought the Power of the Purse to life. A silent auction and sale for new and gently used purses, the event will raise money for the BC Cancer Foundation in support of women’s cancers. “Since the committee members are either cancer survivors or supporters of a friend or family member who has had cancer, women’s cancers seemed the logical recipient,” Bracklow said. On Nov. 1 the first Power of the Purse Fundraiser will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. at Thunderbird Show Park.

“Every woman I know loves purses,” Bracklow said. The idea for the event is that every woman leaves with a brand new purse, whether it is new or used, and with the auction, Bracklow hopes to raise $5,000 or more. There will also be wine and cheese tasting, a selfie photo booth, and gift bags for all attendees. There are 100 tickets for the event’s first year, and some are still available at JD Farms Specialty Turkey Farm in Langley, Bob’s Steakhouse and Deli in Aldergrove or online at powerofthepurse2015@gmail.com. > More at langleyadvance.com

The upcoming event is inspired by a friend’s fight with cancer. ASHLEIGH BEAUDOIN news@langleyadvance.com

Sometimes there is nothing to do, but run like a girl, and for a local group, it is always time to fight like one. The third annual Fight Like a Girl five- and and 10-kilometre breast cancer fundraiser starts at 9 a.m. Oct. 18 at Derby Reach Regional Park. Dayna Egyed, Hailey Van Dyke and Courtney Burt are the three friends and co-founders of the group Fight Like a Girl. The group started the run three years ago, after a close friend, Amy, was diagnosed with cancer. The group’s name, Fight Like a Girl, came from Amy. “She always says, ‘If I’m going to fight this, I’m going to fight like a girl,’” said Egyed. Three years later and the group is going strong, just back from a run in the Grand Canyon. Aside from the yearly run, Fight Like a Girl posts all of their runs and adventures to their Facebook page, sharing their journeys and struggles with their followers. “It’s just crazy how with us, we were just like, let’s share our ideas on Facebook and it has just exploded from there,” said Egyed. The group now has more than 50,000 followers and is still growing. Sunday’s race encourages people to come out and “Run like a girl,” in support of the Breast Cancer Society. Locally, participants will run or walk the distance on the Fort-to-Fort trail on Sunday. There are 140 runners registered to run in the race, and the group has raised $4,200, already surpassing their goal and last year’s $3,000 donations. Participants all over the world are invited to participate by running or walking at the same time. “The goal is to get everyone running the same day… all over the world,” Egyed said. As a virtual event, the race has an international reach and grows every year thanks to the group’s Facebook page. “It’s about empowering women, but also men, and just encouraging them to get out there and achieve their goals,” says Egyed. This year, Egyed is excited about the event’s theme: Live, Love, Run. “It’s a quote that we (the group) liked,” she said. “Just to Live, Love and Run.” There will be massages on-site offered by local massage students by donation, and all funds donated will also go to the Breast Cancer Society. Registered racers who finish the race will receive a hat and tank tops will be for sale. Registration for the race is now closed, but spectators are welcome to show support, run or walk with the participants.

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Township For the week of October 15, 2015

dates to note Monday, October 19 | 7 - 11pm Regular Council Meeting and Public Hearing Meeting Civic Facility Fraser River Presentation Theatre

Page

20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley V2Y 3J1 | 604.534.3211

public programs and events TELEVISED

Wednesday, October 21 | 7 - 9pm Community and Transportation Safety Advisory Committee Civic Facility Salmon River Committee Room

2016 Council Advisory Committee and Board of Variance Appointments

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

Volunteering is a great way to get involved, provide input on important issues, and make a positive contribution to our diverse and growing community. The Township is presently seeking volunteers for the following Council Advisory Committees:

Businesses, schools, community groups, families, and individuals are invited to pitch in to clean up Langley in celebration of Waste Reduction Week.

langley events centre Coming Events

Date: Time:

Friday, October 23 12 - 5pm

Date: Time:

Saturday, October 24 9am - 2pm

Place:

Various locations throughout the Township

Sat Oct 24 6:00pm vs. Alberni Valley Bulldogs Trick or Suite Night: Kids in Costume Get in Free

Trinity Western Spartans Men’s Hockey (BCIHL)

Sat Oct 24 1:00pm vs. NorthWest Giants The Langley Events Centre is located at 7888 - 200 Street For ticket information, contact Langley Events Centre 604.882.8800 • LangleyEventsCentre.com

public notice

• Recreation, Culture, and Parks Advisory Committee (two-year term positions available) • Seniors Advisory Committee (two-year term positions available)

A description of each Advisory Committee and an application form is available on the Township’s website at tol.ca/committee.

Engineering Division 604.532.7300 adopt@tol.ca

Please complete the application form and attach a brief resume. Current Advisory Committee members are welcome to reapply. Applicants will be notified after Council has made their appointments in early December.

Call for Artists

Deadline: Friday, October 30, 2015 Online:

tol.ca/committee

The Township of Langley is calling on artists to submit designs for a public art installation at McLeod Athletic Park. The competition will celebrate field and stadium sports, and is open to all BC visual artists and designers, including students, aged 16 and up.

Email:

legservicesinfo@tol.ca

Mail:

Deputy Township Clerk Legislative Services Department Township of Langley 20338 – 65 Avenue Langley, BC V2Y 3J1

The theme for the competition is Track and Field / Outdoor Team and Individual Sports. A jury will chose four designs that will be made into eight flat steel fence panels that will separate spectators from athletes on the track. Artists may submit up to five designs using the template design sheet provided and $500 will be awarded to artists for each design concept selected.

Phone:

604.533.6100

Fax:

604.533.6054 Legislative Services 604.533.6100

public open houses

An application form, design template, and Call for Artist document with information and submission instructions can be found under Artist Opportunities at the Langley Centennial Museum website at museum.tol.ca.

Input Sought on Better Engagement for Planning and Development

Email scanned applications and high resolution designs to publicart@tol.ca or drop them off at Langley Centennial Museum, 9135 King Street, in Fort Langley.

When it comes to managing growth and developing neighbourhoods, people have many different viewpoints.

Visit tol.ca/volunteer for information. Recreation, Culture, and Parks • 604.533.6086

public notice We are looking for Langley pioneers! Are you at least 70 years of age? Do you currently live in Langley Township or City? Have you lived in Langley for at least 60 years? Each year Langley pioneers who meet the above criteria are recognized at the annual Douglas Day Banquet on November 19. If you are a Langley pioneer or know someone who might be, please contact us by Friday, October 30. Lisa Egan Special Events Coordinator Corporate Communications and Events 604.532.3531 rsvp@tol.ca

• Heritage Advisory Committee (two-year term positions available)

The event will be held rain or shine.

Deadline for submissions is Saturday, October 31, 2015 at 4:30pm.

Interested in Volunteering?

• Board of Variance (three-year positions available)

Each Advisory Committee has a position for a youth member aged 16 - 24. Youth are encouraged to apply.

Oct 16 7:00pm vs. Eastern Washington U. Oct 23 7:00pm vs. University of Victoria

Valley West Hawks BC Major Midget Boys’ Hockey

• Agricultural Advisory and Economic Enhancement Committee (one and two-year term positions available)

Participants can choose to work in a specific neighbourhood and everyone who takes part will be provided with the necessary supplies. Register online at tol.ca/adopt. For details and to register contact:

Langley Rivermen BCHL Hockey

public notice

4th Annual Fall Clean Up Langley Days 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.

Township of Langley Civic Facility 20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley V2Y 3J1 604.534.3211 | tol.ca

Fri Fri

www.tol.ca

Peter Tulumello Cultural Services Manager 604.532.3537

The Township of Langley wants to hear them all – and wants to know the various ways residents would like to have their say regarding planning and development in their communities. A series of open houses will be held this fall by the Mayor’s Standing Committee on Public Engagement. Residents are encouraged to come by any time during the open houses to share their ideas and opinions on how they would like to better engage with the Township regarding planning and development projects and processes. These three drop-in, interactive events will be held: Date: Time: Place: Location:

Tuesday, October 20 5 - 9pm Langley Events Centre, Banquet Room 7888 - 200 Street

Date: Time: Place: Location:

Thursday, October 22 5 - 9pm Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre, Main Hall 26770 - 29 Avenue

Date: Time: Place: Location:

Saturday, October 24 11am - 4pm George Preston Recreation Centre, ABC Room 20699 - 42 Avenue

Input collected will help form a new engagement policy, guidelines, and suggested tools for development processes that will be presented to Township Council for consideration in late fall. Contact members of the Committee by email at engage@tol.ca. Visit tol.ca/engagetol to learn about the Committee’s progress, provide comments, and sign up to receive alerts on future updates and notifications. Mayor’s Office 604.533.6000

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COMMUNITY

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FIRE PREVENTION

Adults learning fire prevention messages, too STORY & PHOTOS BY ROXANNE HOOPER

More online

rhooper@langleyadvance.com

Adults walked away from last week’s City firehall open house thanking chief Rory Thompson for teaching them a thing or two about fire prevention and specifically smoke alarms. The North American theme to Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 4 to 10) was Hear the Beep Where You Sleep, encouraging folks to have smoke alarms in their bedrooms. While the annual event is typically geared at children – offering activities, information, and prizes designed to increase fire prevention awareness among the younger generation – Thompson was pleasantly surprised that he was approached by several adults thanking him for the “education.” Thompson said he was pleased by the turn out for the open house and noted it was similar to participation levels during the past few years. The City firehall on 203rd Street is operated by 20 career firefighters, 24 paid-oncall firefighters, a fire prevention officer, and three chiefs.

Two-year-old Robbie Jin Kleine Deters (centre) was among the kids who played on the vintage fire truck on display at the Langley City fire department’s fire prevention open house last week. Among others who explored the firehall and climbed all over the fire trucks was six-year-old Cullen Goergeson (far left) in his full turnout gear, and seven-yearold Carmen Horton (above), hugging her aunt and Langley firefighter of five years, Laura Horton.

Township For the week of October 15, 2015

public programs and events Proposed Zoning Change 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. 5161 APPLICATION NOS. RZ100425 / DP100780 OWNER:

Lancity Developments Ltd. PO Box 12106 Murrayville RPO Langley, BC V2Y 0M6

AGENT:

Focus Architecture Inc. 109 - 1528 McCallum Road Abbotsford, BC V2S 8A3

LOCATION:

8504 and 8520 - 204 Street (see map)

LEGALS:

Portion of Lot 25 Section 26 Township 8 New Westminster District Plan 48848

PURPOSE:

Bylaw No. 5161 proposes to rezone property from Suburban Residential Zone SR-2 to Comprehensive Development Zone CD-77. A Development Permit is being considered in conjunction with this bylaw.

PROPOSAL:

This application will facilitate the development of 82 townhouse units.

Date:

Monday, October 19

Time:

7pm

Place:

Township of Langley Civic Facility

Address:

20338 - 65 Avenue

For a limited time only, Township of Langley residents can receive a $100 to $200 rebate on select Energy Star® qualified clothes washers. Rebates are courtesy of BC Hydro Power Smart and the Township’s energy and water programs. Visit powersmart.ca/appliances to check a Product Eligibility Search Tool for qualifying models and to apply. Additional rebates are available for purchases made at Home Depot and for Samsung Products. Rebates are available for purchases made from October 1 November 30, 2015 or when funding is exhausted. You must be a Township resident in order to qualify for the maximum rebate. Engineering Division 604.532.7300 opsinfo@tol.ca

public notice BYLAW NO. 5161

Community Development Division 604.533.6034

public notice Is your clothes washer an energy waster and a water guzzler? Are you in the market for a new washing machine?

20338 - 65 Avenue, Langley V2Y 3J1 | 604.534.3211

AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a copy of Township of Langley Bylaw No. 5161, Development Permit No. 100780 and relevant background material may be inspected between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from October 9 to 19, 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.

Portion of Lot 26 Section 26 Township 8 New Westminster District Plan 48848

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public notice programs of publicand hearing events

NOTICE is hereby given that the Township of Langley Council will meet and hold a Public Hearing.

www.tol.ca

public notice Household Hazardous Waste Plus Recycling Event

Get Involved and Share Your Ideas for Enhancing the Nicomekl Watershed

Drop off your hazardous waste items, small appliances, and more for free at our Household Hazardous Waste Event. The Township will safely dispose of these materials on your behalf. When:

Saturday, October 17: 8:30am - 4:00pm Sunday, October 18: 8:30am - 3:00pm

Where:

Operations Centre:

4700 - 224 Street

Township of Langley and City of Langley residential waste only. Residents coming out to the event are also encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Langley Food Bank. Visit tol.ca/hhw for a complete list of items accepted. Engineering Division 604.532.7300 opsinfo@tol.ca

public notices

The Township of Langley and the City of Langley are developing a long-term plan for protecting and improving watershed health in the upper Nicomekl River Watershed (generally east of 196th Street). We are looking for your feedback and ideas in the following areas: • Nicomekl River Watershed key issues • vision or goals for the watershed • potential stormwater solutions • potential environmental mitigation and enhancement projects Visit tol.ca/ISMPNicomekl to complete the online survey and for additional contact information. Engineering Division 604.533.6006 enginfo@tol.ca

Public Swim Schedules Get swim information online, anytime, at tol.ca/swim. Recreation, Culture, and Parks • 604.533.6086

After-Hours Emergency Contact 604.543.6700


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Marilyn and Randy Piticco met friends and family for his recent birthday. Randy is in treatment for terminal cancer.

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They flocked together from throughout their close-knit Walnut Grove community to sing happy birthday to a friend, a neighbour, and terminally ill retired fire captain Randy Piticco. They gathered on his front lawn Oct. 4 to give him one of the most powerful and special birthday presents he could ever have hoped for, said Piticco’s wife Marilyn. “We can’t believe all the people who are writing and talking about him, and sharing this post. They’re thanking him… even complete strangers. And all these people, they’re sending him best wishes. They’re calling him a hero… and he deserves it. It’s just amazing,” Marilyn said. “It’s quite a gift.” The concept began Saturday afternoon, while Marilyn was out for a walk. Randy had been diagnosed with cancer on the couple’s 20th wedding anniversary, back on July 24. He’d been unwell for more than a year before an MRI and CT scans discovered cancerous growths on his spine, in his bones and lung. “We knew it was cancer… but we were going to beat it,” Marilyn said, explaining their outlook prior to July’s diagnosis, when they learned the lung cancer had metastasized. He’s since started an intense regime of chemotherapy treatments, and is waiting on word and hoping that the medication has put his cancer in check. In the midst of his treatments, Randy was not feeling well We knew it and prone to becoming was cancer. violently ill. Marilyn had been Marilyn Piticco racking her brain for something special for his 61st birthday. She couldn’t plan a birthday party for him. She couldn’t take him out. As she walked through her neighbourhood the afternoon before his birthday, she reflected on how fortunate they were to have so many great and loving friends and families – near and far. The idea hit. She began knocking on her neighbours’ doors, and texting out to those a little farther afield, asking friends and family to join her that Sunday to sing happy birthday and share in a little birthday cake. She expected a dozen people – especially given the short notice. More than 50 people came together. “He was just beaming,” she said.

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Fall art sale The Port Kells Art Club sale is Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Fort Langley Community Hall. Free admission. Light refreshments available. Meet the artists.

Oct. 21

The Official Blues Brothers Revue Wayne Catania and Kieron Lafferty perform Oct. 21 at the Cascades Casino Summit Theatre. Tickets: $52.50. Info: www.ticketweb.ca.

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Grade 5 fundraiser Everything for a Dollar Sale at Parkside Elementary School is Oct. 22 and open to the public. Runs 1 to 6 p.m. with items priced at $1. Donations needed, including clean, working items such as gently used toys, books, clothes, small household items, jewelry, bikes, sports equipment and Halloween costumes at the school, 3300 270th St., between 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 8-21.

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Seventy Years Ago

October 1945

ˠ Five hundred veterans were at a Welcome Home Banquet at Murrayville Hall Thanksgiving Day. Reeve Alex Hope chaired the dinner. Councillor Eric Flowerdew was in charge of entertainment. ˠ An ad urged people to raise rabbits to beat the meat rationing. ˠ Ladies’ knitted wool suits were on sale for $2.49 each. Flannelette sheets were $2 a pair.

Sixty Years Ago

October 13, 1955

ˠ RCMP were called to the fire sale at Anne Payne’s, to control the crowds of ladies fighting to get in. Shoppers had broken down the door the previous Thursday morning.

Fifty Years Ago

October 7, 1965

ˠ Turkeys sold for 49 cents per pound. A three-room home on five acres was for rent at $35 per month.

Forty Years Ago

October 2, 1975

ˠ Cash raised by special needs children who sold vegetables at a roadside stand was stolen from Langley Central School. The thief also stole the money they brought to school to help pay for their special activities such as bowling, field trips, and swimming.

Thirty Years Ago

October 2, 1985

ˠ A B.C. judge refused to allow a Langley woman to be extradited to face a capital murder charge. He ruled that Langley RCMP had failed to inform the woman of her right to counsel when they arrested her at her parents’ Langley home. The 36-year-old was charged in Montana with the murder of her 45-year-old husband.

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Clan edges TWU at LEC A power play goal from Darnel St. Pierre with just over two minutes remaining stood up as the winner as Simon Fraser University skated to a 5-4 win over Trinity Western University in B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League action Saturday at the Langley Events Centre. Despite a late TWU goal and furious finish, the Clan held on to beat the hosts in the Spartans’ home opener.

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Rivermen roll comes to end The Langley Rivermen’s four-game undefeated streak ended Sunday afternoon, as the ’Men lost 4-2 to the visiting Chilliwack Chiefs at the Langley Events Centre. The Rivermen, who play on the road in Trail this Friday and Penticton on Saturday, continue to lead the B.C. Hockey League’s Mainland Division with a 7-3 record and 14 points, one point better than Chilliwack and the Wenatchee Wild, tied for second in the division with identical 5-4-1-2 marks.

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Inglis paces Spartans to win Trinity Western University’s Sarah Inglis posted cross country’s version of a hat trick last weekend. The native of Falkirk, Scotland, ran to top spot in the Western Washington Classic for the third year in a row, as she both set a course record and helped the Spartans capture the team title for the second straight year.

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Gold medallist bouncing to new heights A Langley teenager won national gold this summer. TROY LANDREVILLE sports@langleyadvance.com

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anadian junior trampoline gymnastics gold medallist Joey Humberstone reflected on being “a very active boy� at eight years old, around the time he started doing flips in a controlled environment instead of in his backyard. “I had a tendency to practise stunts on my own at home and school,� recalled Humberstone, now 17 and a national champion in junior level double-mini trampoline. So Humberstone’s grandma Dorothy put him into Flip City Gymnastics, so that he could learn skills correctly and he said, “use my energy in a safe and professional facility.� “For me this was the place I needed to be – it was a fun environment for me to jump, flip, twist, and just go crazy with my tricks,� the Langley Secondary student said. “The kind and friendly atmosphere encouraged me to keep going when the going got tough.� After his first year of training, Humberstone started competing against other young athletes at the same level. Humberstone’s first competition was for the BC trials Snowball Cup when he was nine. “It was a great experience. I kept training and continued

   

   

   

to attend the competitions,� Humberstone said. “I have learned a great deal in this process, both from my coaches and watching other athletes.� Since that time, Humberstone has won medals and competed in the B.C. Trials. He also achieved his goal of being able to reach a high enough level to compete in the Canadian championships. Humberstone has travelled with Team BC for Canadian competitions in Ottawa, Toronto, Regina, and Calgary. In 2014, he competed in an international meet in Florida and came home with a silver medal. hile competing in nationals the last few years, Humberstone worked to earn a high enough score to qualify for the World Age Group Championships, and represent his country in trampoline competitions. This summer in Calgary, Humberstone finally reached his goal of winning a Canadian gold medal by achieving the top score for junior level double-mini trampoline and becoming the national champion. The key to his recent success, Humberstone said, has been focus. “I trained really hard this year,� Humberstone said. “I could have done better last year. This year, I trained more consistently so I could be more confident in my competitions.� “I am excited that I have the opportunity to pursue my dream by being named to Team Canada,� Humberstone added. e will represent Canada at the World Age Group competition in Odense, Denmark this December.

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A national gold medallist in junior level double-mini trampoline, Langley’s Joey Humberstone (above and inset left) has won a multitude of medals in trampoline gymnastics through the years. The Flip City Gymnastics athlete has qualified to compete in the world championships in Odense, Denmark this December. “My main goal for worlds is to do as well as I have been, in my training, and to make finals and try to compete really well,� Humberstone said. “I haven’t been to a world championships, but I have been to other international meets. I’m sure it’s a lot more pressure because the worlds is a bigger competition.� A gofundme page has been set up to help Humberstone

cover the expenses of going to Denmark. Visit the page at http://e. gofund.me/ah373sck. Humberstone figures it will cost him between $5,000 and $6,000 to represent his country in Denmark. Funds raised will help him pay for his flight, accommodation, Team Canada attire, and the competition fee.

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Langley Rams rookie offensive lineman Donovan McNee felt like he dodged a bullet. McNee suffered a left knee sprain on Oct. 3, during the Rams’ 35-23 win over the host Westshore Rebels at Westhills Stadium in Langford. “I was blocking one of their defensive linemen when someone got thrown into my leg,” McNee said. “I was worried that I might have suffered a really bad injury to my knee and wouldn’t be able to play the rest of the season.” Initially, it was feared the 19-year-old McNee – a Meadow

sees the first place, Ridge Knights product and Samuel Robertson 10-0 Okanagan Sun hosting the fourthTechnical Secondary place Kamloops grad – may have sufBroncos at the Apple fered a torn MCL. Bowl in Kelowna on This would have Sunday, been an Oct. 18). especially Rams tough blow head for McNee, coach Jeff considering Alamolhoda it was the said the junior Rams’ 19-yearfinal regular old McNee season game won’t let the of the B.C. injury slow Football him down. Conference Donovan McNee “He’s a season. Langley Rams offensive fighter,” McNee lineman Alamolhoda said he’ll said. “We be ready know he’ll be back.” to go Saturday, Oct. The win over the 17, when the Rams Rebels sealed third face Nanaimo’s VI place in the BCFC Raiders in one of two standings and a playBCFC semifinals being off date for the Rams, played this weekend who finished with a (the other match-up

6-4 record, two points back of the second place Raiders (7-3) and two points clear of the 5-5 Broncos. Langley will be heading into their sudden-death playoff game at Caledonia Park in Nanaimo with the services of the 6’1” 300-pound McNee, who’s carved a reputation for pulling his jersey to his chest during warm-ups and while he’s exiting the tunnel. In Alamolhoda’s words, McNee lets “his white belly hang out” as part of a ritual. “I do it to cool off, essentially,” McNee said. “It’s something I’ve always done during high school and community ball. I’ve caught some of the

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Langley Rams rookie offensive lineman Donovan McNee blocked for a teammate during the Rams’ 24-18 win over Nanaimo’s VI Raiders at McLeod Stadium on Sept. 26. The Rams and Raiders meet again in the BCFC semifinal Saturday, Oct. 17 at Caledonia Park in Nanaimo. McNee’s skill-set is his other guys doing it attitude, Alamolhoda with me, too.” stressed. McNee has built a “He’s such a hard solid body of work worker. He works his in his freshman cambutt off and doesn’t paign. say much,” the bench Alamolhoda said boss said. “It’s been a he started out as the blessing to have him “sixth man” on the come on board and Rams’ offensive line be as productive as he rotation before quickhas been, as quickly ly battling his way as he has...” up to a starting role, McNee has fit right manning the left guard in with his teammates position while also shifting over to centre. and, Alamolhoda said, “his attitude McNee has been a said while he has I’ve learned blessing, as well.” enjoyed his a lot. McNee first year of junior, it’s Donovan McNee is part of an “O” line a quantum that has creleap from ated holes for running community and high back Nathan Lund to school football, where scamper through. he starred with Maple Lund benefited by Ridge’s SRT Titans. finishing second in the “It’s been great,” conference in rushing, McNee said. “I’ve carrying the ball 74 learned a lot. It’s a times for 621 yards big jump coming from and five touchdowns. community and high And while the school ball. It’s a lot quarterbacks, receivmore competitive. To ers, and running backs earn a spot on the get most of the limeopening roster was a light, McNee simply big challenge for me likes playing smashbut it’s been awemouth football every some. I’ve had a great weekend. time.” It’s why he got into Just as important as

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Langley finished the round robin with a 3-0 record. On the other side of the tournament draw, the Tri-Cities Predators also went undefeated in round robin, posting a 3-0 record. So while families were sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner Sunday evening, the Lightning were preparing to play their fourth game in two days. The championship game was an epic battle. In the first period Hailey Maurice staked Langley to an early 1-0 lead, flipping the puck over the Predators goalie with a nifty backhand shot. Still in the first period, Langley’s Esther Boelema scored what would be the eventual tournament winning goal on a wraparound from behind the net. Lightning goaltender Hailey MacLeod shut the door on the persistent Predators to backstop Langley to a 3-1 win and the gold medal. MacLeod was not in a very giving mood over the weekend, allowing just one goal against in four tournament games. “The girls responded extremely well to working on tactical play and battling through longer-thanusual games,” Lightning coach Paul Whintors commented. “A very proud experience early in the season for the coaches and parents.” > More at langleyadvance.com, search ‘Lightning’

Rams sack kings The Langley Rams enter Saturday’s B.C. Football Conference semifinal against the host VI Raiders holding the BCFC record for most sacks in a regular season (46). Leading the way was the league leaders in sacks, Brock Gowanlock, who had 14.5 quarterback takedowns this season, just 1.5 shy of the alltime record of 16 set in 2013 by the Rams’ Evan Foster.

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Seeing stars The Rams’ roster includes some all-star talent. The BCFC defensive all-stars, presented by C & D Logistics, were announced and Rams were on the list. Langley’s all-stars include: defensive linemen Brock Gowanlock and Alex Agnoletto, linebacker Brendan Desjardine, defensive back John Beckerleg, offensive lineman Anthony Daley, and running back Nathan Lund.

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Stamps trample Comox Raiders with a 30-yard pass completion by quarterback Devante Wilson to receiver Yunjal Boo. The second touchdown, by Devin Dacosta, completed a 54-yard drive. The final scoring play of the first stanza was a 40-yard drive with Riley Carter carrying the pigskin into the Raiders’ end zone. Simon Odong opened the scoring for the home team in the second quarter. Three defensive stands resulted in the Stamps getting golden opportunities in the Raiders end of the field, on turnovers. An 11-yard toss to Yunjal

Boo followed by a two-yard scamper by Decosta rounded out the first half of action as the Stamps carried a huge 40-0 lead into the halftime break. A turnover on a bad snap by the Raiders resulted in Langley putting together a drive which resulted in a field goal by the kicker Mustafa Al-Mashhadani in the third quarter. After that, an interception that was run into the end zone for an apparent Stamps’ touchdown in the final frame was negated by two blocking from the rear calls. Langley’s defence has dominated this season, allowing only one touchdown thus far.

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In their past two games, both defensive struggles, the Langley Stampeders’ offence was somewhat quiet. Sunday against the Comox Valley Raiders, Langley Minor Football’s midget squad played up to its potential in the familiar surroundings of McLeod Stadium. Playing on home turf, the Stampeders controlled every facet of the game in a 43-0 victory, to improve their record to 3-1. The first quarter belonged to the Stamps, who put together three drives resulting in touchdowns. The first started from their 35-yard line, and ended

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Goddard, Annie Elizabeth (Duthie) Sept 27, 1928 – Oct 6, 2015

With sadness we announce the sudden passing of our loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. Predeceased by husband George Goddard, brother Jim Duthie and sister Mary Duthie; lovingly remembered by her sons Charlie, Bev, Terry, Rob, stepson Rick and their families; sister Audrey Duthie and good friend Leo Levac and his family, along with so many other friends who know that they were thought of as family too. A Celebration of Life will be on November 14, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. at the Langley Senior Resource Center, 20605-51B Avenue, Langley B.C., 604-530-3020. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the charity of your choice.

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In the Supreme Court of British Columbia Between CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BRADLEY, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF DELLA GAIL GIESBRECHT, DECEASED, and CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BRADLEY

ADVERTISEMENT To: The Defendant, Bernard Carl Giesbrecht TAKE NOTICE THAT on August 24, 2015 an order was made for service on you of a Notice of Civil Claim issued from the Prince George Registry of the Supreme Court of British Columbia and Affidavit of Christopher Richard Bradley both filed in proceeding number 1446269 by way of this advertisement. In the proceeding, the Plaintiff claim(s) the following relief against you: a) an order that Telecommunication Workers Pension Trustees pay to Christopher Richard Bradley the pension benefits owed to the beneficiary of Della Gail Giesbrecht pursuant to the Telecommunication Workers Pension Plan; b) an order that Telecommunication Workers Benefit Trustees pay to Christopher Richard Bradley the life insurance benefits owed to the beneficiary of Della Gail Giesbrecht pursuant to the Telecommunication Workers Benefit Plan; and c) an order that Telecommunication Workers Pension Trustees pay to Christopher Richard Bradley the survivor income benefits owed to the beneficiary of Della Gail Giesbrecht by way of lump sum payment pursuant to the Telecommunication Workers Pension Plan. You must file a responding pleading/response to the Notice of Civil Claim within the period required under the Supreme Court Civil Rules failing which further proceedings, including judgment, may be taken against you without notice to you. You may obtain, from the Prince George Registry, at 250 George Street, Prince George, BC, a copy of the Notice of Civil Claim and the order providing for service by this advertisement. This advertisement is placed by the lawyer for the Plaintiff, Robin H. Craig, Heather Sadler Jenkins LLP whose address for service is #204, 1302 - 7th Avenue, Prince George, BC, V2L 2K1. Fax No. (250) 565-8001, or email: rcraig@HSJlawyers.com No. 1446268 Prince George Registry

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In the Supreme Court of British Columbia Between CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BRADLEY, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF DELLA GAIL GIESBRECHT, DECEASED, and CHRISTOPHER RICHARD BRADLEY And PLAINTIFFS BERNARD CARL GIESBRECHT and VANCITY also known as VANCOUVER CITY SAVINGS CREDIT UNION DEFENDANTS ADVERTISEMENT To: The Defendant, Bernard Carl Giesbrecht TAKE NOTICE THAT on August 24, 2015 an order was made for service on you of a Notice of Civil Claim issued from the Prince George Registry of the Supreme Court of British Columbia and Affidavit of Christopher Richard Bradley both filed in proceeding number 1446268 by way of this advertisement. In the proceeding, the Plaintiff claim(s) the following relief against you: a)an order that Bernard Carl Giesbrecht has declined any RRSP proceeds that he may be entitled to him from Vancouver City Savings Credit Union, also known as VanCity, from the Estate of Della Gail Giesbrecht, and has confirmed that he will not make any claim again the Estate of Della Gail Giesbrecht with respect to same; b)that Vancouver City Savings Credit Union also known as VanCity pay to Christopher Richard Bradley, in his personal capacity, the benefits under the Registered Retirement Savings Plan in the name of Della Gail Giesbrecht in the approximate amount of $49,000.00.

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Lease and finance offers apply to new 2015 or 2016 models sold before October 31st 2015. Credit available to qualified buyers. Factory order may be required. Corolla lease is a 60 month lease of a model BURCEM AA with $950 down payment and $0 security deposit. 120 semi-monthly payments of $88 are required. Total lease obligation is $11566. Lease end value is $6717. Lease rate is 1.99%. Prius C lease is a 60 month lease of a model KDTA3P AM with $2325 down payment and $0 security deposit. 120 semi-monthly payments of $105 are required. Total lease obligation is $14973. Lease end value is $7790 Lease rate is 1.49%. Rav4 lease is a 60 month lease of a model ZFREVT AM with $1575 down payment and $0 security deposit. 120 semi-monthly payments of $125 are required. Total lease obligation is $16554. Lease end value is $9989. Lease rate is 1.49%. All leases have mileage allowances of 20,000 km per year. Factory finance cost of borrowing is dependent on amount financed. License, insurance and taxes are not included.

Langley Advance, October 15, 2015  

October 15, 2015 edition of the Langley Advance

Langley Advance, October 15, 2015  

October 15, 2015 edition of the Langley Advance