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Don’t fall for mushy scams, police warn Valentine’s Day offers con artists opportunity to hit victims when their ‘guard is down’ Tom Zytaruk

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Performance artist “prOphecy sun” (right) makes moody music with vintage guitar pedals, a looper, a mic and a theremin while dancer Mirae Rosner performs Friday night at Surrey Art Gallery as part of inFlux, an event that showcases the city’s growing creative community. For more photos from the event, see page 23 or visit us online at thenownewspaper.com. (Photo: GORD GOBLE)

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SURREY — Con artists are busy stealing more than hearts as Valentine’s Day approaches. A scam surfacing this week is the “fake flower” Valentines Day fraud. Surrey RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann said in this scenario, a crook claiming to be with an express delivery company shows up at the victim’s door with a basket of chocolates, flowers and wine. He or she tells the target that a card has been sent separately. Because the basket contains a bottle of alcohol, the victim is told, a “small surcharge” is required to confirm the booze wasn’t delivered to a minor. The victim hands over his or her credit card because cash isn’t allowed (of course) and the delivery person swipes the card, collecting with it the victim’s personal information using a

modified card reader. “Many people get caught up in the sentiments and expectations of the day and may let their guard down, especially when it comes to seemingly random acts of kindness or affection,” Schumann said. He noted a Valentine’s Day scam called “catphishing” is also making the rounds, where crooks troll online dating websites and woo victims to get personal information and money from them. “Apps that advocate romantic meet-ups are risky ventures from a financial perspective but could also endanger your personal safety,” Schumann said. “Remember to question anything that seems too good to be true and be cautious of those who attempt to earn your trust too quickly.” Last year, Surrey RCMP recorded a 36 per cent increase in fraud, mostly from telephone scams perpetrated by criminals posing as representatives of the Canada Revenue Agency and Immigration Canada. Last autumn the Surrey RCMP received roughly 600 complaints. see CYBER CRIME › page 6

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He’s struggling, emotionally, without any kind of a male figure around,” said Dolores. But Kambere’s influence tudents buzz about a has changed Adam. Usually Bear Creek Elementary hard to get going for the day, classroom as the aroma of Adam jumps out of bed when French toast fills the air. Kambere comes knocking. It’s 7:45 a.m., and school “It’s kind of beyond school. doesn’t start for another 45 It’s a connection,” Dolores said minutes, but a couple dozen of the program. “I just think it kids are starting their day a bit offers that extra element that earlier than the rest. some parents just don’t have A few young boys shoot available to them.” basketballs at a hoop hooked Being a single mom to on a cabinet door, other three kids, that support is youngsters sit at desks and play, appreciated. and laughter abounds. “It’s really helped them, These children are taking bring up their confidence,” she part in a breakfast program the said. “Whether I’m working Adam and outreach worker Jetho Kambere beam during Surrey school district offers morning shifts or after-school at more than 20 schools in Surrey’s school district’s breakfast program. (Photo submitted) shifts, I know they’re able to get neighbourhoods that show up and get to school on time high levels of vulnerability. physically active, it’s important reasons). “Adam was coming late and get breakfast.” to learn.” Outreach worker Jethro everyday before,” said Kambere. The Surrey mother is The program is part of Kambere’s day starts even The youngster would act up particularly thankful to have the Community-Schools earlier than the children’s. after-school support through Partnership, established in 2007 in class, wouldn’t listen, or he He often begins his was outright unresponsive. another district program, to provide support to children mornings with a “walking Today he’s eager to learn. which offers help with and their families who may be school bus,” knocking on the “He asked him mom to buy homework and even outings to vulnerable. front doors of some of these him a dictionary,” Kambere places such as Science World And in Surrey, the numbers children to get them out of bed. said. “He’s asked me to make and Extreme Air. are high. According to the Together, they make the jaunt him a multiplication chart. “Before, it was my oldest Surrey Poverty Reduction to school and have breakfast. He’s started to understand that (a 16-year-old) kind of It’s all in an effort to get kids Coalition, Surrey has the school is important.” watching them from kind of most poverty-stricken who are chronically absent, or right after school until about neighbourhoods in the region. It’s been refreshing to see tardy, to school. It’s a stark reality, but one not Adam’s attitude change, he said. 9 sometimes,” said Dolores. “It starts in Kindergarten. “Knowing they’re getting help specific to Surrey. Last year’s “One day, it was so bizarre, We want to break the trend 2015 BC Child Poverty Report he got his hair cut, side parted, with homework, maybe getting right away before it becomes a a snack, maybe going places… Card revealed one in five shirt buttoned up, tucked in, pattern,” said Kambere. Attending school is step one, children in the province lives in he looked like he was ready for They have opportunities outside of what I would ever be poverty. work,” Kambere said proudly. he said: “You don’t want kids able to give them. At the Newton elementary “It was almost symbolic of the to develop trends they’re going “The system itself is not change that he’s made.” to carry with them their whole school, Kambere typically perfect. I believe that there are Mom Dolores (name also life. I want them to understand handles about 15 cases. On his so many gaps, and I think this radar, currently, are brother and changed) agreed. what’s important to them. It’s sister Chelsea, 11, and Adam, “Adam’s been having trouble helps fill a bit of that gap.” important to have a healthy 10, (names changed for privacy getting up and getting going. meal, it’s important to be amy.reid@thenownewspaper.com Now staff Twitter @amyreid87

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Surrey Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 18655 Surrey Zoning Admendment Bylaw No. 18656

Application: 7915-0166-00

Location: 15166 - 60 Avenue Purpose of Bylaw and Permits: The applicant is seeking to rezone the hatched property from One-Acre Residential to Multiple Residential 30. The applicant is proposing to develop 20 townhouse units. In addition, a development variance permit is being sought to reduce setbacks and allow for parking within the south setback for 2 visitor parking stalls. DEVELOPMENT LOCATION MAP BYLAW NO. 18647

Location: 17770, 17780 and 17850 Daly Road Purpose of Bylaws: The applicant is seeking to redesignate a portion of the hatched site from Suburban to Industrial and rezone a portion of the site from One-Acre Residential to Light Impact Industrial. The applicant is proposing to subdivide into 2 industrial lots and a large suburban residential lot.

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Application: 7914-0367-00 Location: 11252, 11260 and 11274 – 132 Street, 13234, 13244, 13254, 13266, 13280 – 112B Avenue (13268 – 112B Avenue) Purpose of Bylaws and Permits: The applicant is seeking to redesignate the hatched site from Urban to Multiple Residential and rezone the site from Single Family Residential to Multiple Residential 30.

▼ Surrey Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 18649 Application: 7915-0083-00 Location: 8446 - 160 Street Purpose of Bylaw and Permit: The applicant is seeking to rezone the hatched property from Highway Commercial Industrial to Comprehensive Development. The applicant is proposing to develop a 4-storey mixed-use building.

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The applicant is proposing to develop approximately 74 townhouse units. In addition, a development variance permit is being sought to reduce setbacks and allow more than 3 stair risers to encroach into the north yard setback.

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Surrey Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 18653 ▼ Application: 7915-0141-00 Location: 10219 - 176 Street

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Purpose of Bylaw: The applicant is seeking to rezone the hatched property from One-Acre Residential to Comprehensive Development. The applicant is proposing to subdivide into 5 small suburban lots and 1 park lot. DEVELOPMENT LOCATION MAP BYLAW NO. 18653

Surrey Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 18654 ▼ Application: 7915-0065-00 Location: 8210 - 170A Street Purpose of Bylaw: The applicant is seeking to rezone the hatched property from General Agriculture to Comprehensive Development. The applicant is proposing to subdivide into 3 suburban single family lots, with future subdivision potential for proposed Lot 1.

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Cloverdale’s brand offers ‘excellent bones to build on’ City updates businesses on plans for town centre Beau Simpson

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CLOVERDALE — When it comes to town centres, Cloverdale has something that sets it apart from the others, despite its unique challenges, Don Luymes says. “Cloverdale’s brand has really been resilient,” the City of Surrey’s manager of planning told a business luncheon crowd Tuesday at Elements Casino. “It’s really unique and I think it has excellent bones to build on to be a really unique destination.” Luymes was at the newly

renovated casino to update businesses on the city’s plans for change in Cloverdale’s town centre. Luymes said 99 per cent of people surveyed said they loved living in Cloverdale but when asked about its town centre, most said it lacks a “vibe.” “When we asked people what they wanted to see in Cloverdale town centre, a lot of people talked about food, beverage and entertainment,” he said. Business strategies along Highway 10 are also being studied closely – and may result in some big box stores in the area. Luymes said according to a market study, town centre businesses would be OK with large-format retail stores in the area along Highway 10. “We asked our consultant to look at some key sites along Highway 10 and asked whether large-format

retail on some of the vacant sites would compete with mainstreet of Cloverdale, and their feeling was that it would not compete... in fact it would bring more people into the area and there would be spillover shopping,” Luymes said. “That was good for us to hear and really encouraged the city to think differently about some of those sites along Highway 10.” One of the city’s first objectives, the crowd heard, is to increase density in the town centre, making it a walkable community that has a “friendly small-town feel.” Luymes added the city also wants to maintain the strength and character of Cloverdale’s identity through urban design that “reinforces the brand” of Cloverdale. Laurie Cavan, Surrey’s general manager of parks, recreation and

culture, also took to the podium. Cavan updated the crowd about capital projects like the Surrey Museum’s expansion, which is doubling its exhibit space for national and international exhibits. Cavan said Cloverdale Arena’s two-sheet development should be finished by 2019, and the $2-million artificial turf field at Cloverdale Athletic Park is being designed this year and should be built in 2017. When asked about the plans to increase density in a community that already struggles with residential parking and overcrowding of schools, Luymes acknowledged the challenges of growth but insisted the city’s growth rate is manageable. “We’re not a sleepy cow town anymore.”

The City of Surrey wants to position Cloverdale’s town centre as a denser, more walkable community – one with a “vibe.” beau.simpson@thenownewspaper.com (Photo: BEAU SIMPSON)

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SURREY — Two Surrey teens are spearheading a fundraiser for immigrants and refugees on Saturday night. Arvind Vig and Kaylin Dhaliwal are both members

of Interact, a YMCA youth leadership initiative. Their event, which they call Connecting Communities, is something they say is close to their hearts. “Just the thought of someone having to leave everything behind and come to a new country... it just seems likes it’s my duty as a Canadian to help

them out,” said Vig, a Grade 12 student at Elgin Park Secondary. Dhaliwal, a Grade 12 student at Sullivan Heights Secondary, said she hopes the event raises $10,000 and helps as many young people as possible. “Every youth deserves to feel like they belong, to play sports or to go to camp,” she said.

Tickets for Saturday’s fundraiser are $50 and the event will feature dinner, entertainment and a live auction. Connecting Communities is being held at Punjab Banquet Hall, located at #125-8166 128 St., Surrey. For tickets, call 778-866-8798.

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Cyber crime ‘top of mind’ ‹ from page 1 The scammers typically try to extort cash from their victims by telling them they’ll be jailed or deported if they don’t pay such and such bogus fine or make good on a bogus debt. Seniors and people new to the country are most vulnerable, police say. Fraud victims should not only phone the police but also report their experience to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-4958501. Fraud is on the rise and cyber crime is increasingly vexing for police not only in Surrey but nationwide. “I believe that as we look

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“Now, many of the people that are preying on our youth and on our elderly are hiding behind a computer screen. There are protections afforded to them that require law enforcement to work through judicial processes to gather evidence that we didn’t have to deal with 30 to 40 years ago.” Cyber crooks can commit their crimes from anywhere in the world, he noted, and mask their identity. Fordy said parents “really need to look at what their children are doing. “It’s OK to be nosy.”

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forward cyber crime will continue to be a more challenging issue for law enforcement across the country,” Surrey RCMP Chief Supt. Bill Fordy said at a recent speaking engagement. “It’s something that in Surrey, in British Columbia and across the country we need to really proactively target,” he said. “It is an issue that is top of mind for law enforcement leaders across the country.” Fordy recalled that when he started policing, investigators used to have boards with pictures of suspects and bad guys. You could see their house, address and license plate, he noted.

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‘Better’ patrols begin in Newton Amy Reid

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NEWTON — A new Community Safety Patrol program through the Newton BIA is in full swing. Previously, the Surrey RCMP had employed BC Commissionaires to do patrols in the area, but after concerns over safety and liability, the program was cancelled. The program, which operated in Guildford, Cloverdale and Newton, officially ended on Dec. 31, 2015. The Newton BIA has now hired the Commissionaires to do patrols within its boundaries to

the tune of $170,000, which eats up 42 per cent of its budget. “I continue the same program, but instead of three patrols a day it’s one a day,” said BIA director Philip Aguirre. “It’s so much better now because I have direct control over them, meaning I can send them where I want.” The Commissionaires now have authority inside businesses, where they didn’t before. “Now they can go into any facility or business and help that business with any situation that arises,” said Aguirre. “Before, it was only civic properties. The street, the sidewalk, community centre,

library.” “It’s a different mandate.” These patrols are part of the newly formed Newton Safety Unit, a program created by the BIA. The NSU brings together the Commissionaires, bylaw, Surrey RCMP and Surrey Crime Prevention Society for weekly meetings. “The team discusses the weekly files and trends and gathers input,” explained Aguirre. “This has led to an increase in effectiveness and collaboration of the limited safety resources with a weekly feedback loop.”

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SURREY CLOSE AND REMOVE THE DEDICATION OF HIGHWAY OF A PORTION of ROAD ADJACENT TO 10441, 10473 and 10491 – 157 STREET; 10432, 10458, 10470 and 10482 – 156 STREET; 15611, 15619, 15641, 15659, 15673 and 15689 – 104 AVENUE; 15644, 15658 and 15672 – 104A AVENUE BYLAW, 2016, NO. 18635 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the intention of the City Council of the City of Surrey, pursuant to Section 40 and Section 94 of the Community Charter S.B.C. 2003, c.26, to adopt “Surrey Close and Remove the Dedication of Highway of a Portion of Road Adjacent to 10441, 10473 and 10491 - 157 Street; 10432, 10458, 10470 and 10482 – 156 Street; 15611, 15619, 15641, 15659, 15673 and 15689 – 104 Avenue; 15644, 15658 and 15672 – 104A Avenue Bylaw, 2016, No. 18635” at the Regular Council-Public Hearing meeting on the 22nd day of February, 2016. This closure is intended to remove the dedication of highway of 5,321.4 square metres of road allowance to facilitate consolidation with the adjacent properties in order to develop a community commercial shopping centre. In accordance with the Community Charter, approval of the disposition of the road will be considered by City Council at a later date.

Should you have any concerns or comments you wish to convey to Council, please submit them in writing, fax or email to the City Clerk, 13450 - 104 Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3T 1V8, Fax: (604) 501-7578, email: clerks@surrey.ca, no later than Monday, February 22, 2016 at 4:00 pm. There will also be an opportunity for persons wishing to do so, to make representations to Council at the February 22, 2016 Regular Council-Public Hearing meeting. Copies of the bylaw may be inspected at the City Hall and any inquiries relating to property issues should be made to the Realty Section (604-598-5700) or for inquiries relating to traffic issues contact the Transportation Planning Section (604-591-4146), Monday through Friday (except statutory holidays) between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, commencing Thursday, February 11, 2016 up to and including February 22, 2016.

WAT E R M A I N F L U S H I N G As part of the City’s maintenance program, the flushing of the watermains in the areas located between 144th Street & Highway #17 & 88th Avenue to Highway #17 will occur from October 1, 2015 to May 31, 2016.

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Flushing of watermains is required to remove sediments and to maintain water quality. This may result in your water supply appearing cloudy due to the sediments. Since some staining of laundry may result and some industrial processes may be affected, we recommend the following. • Run your cold water tap until the water clears up • Check the water supply prior to doing laundry

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TAKE NOTICE THAT: The Council of the City of Surrey proposes to establish a Business Improvement Area (BIA) for the Fleetwood area. The purpose of the BIA is to promote, stimulate and improve the economic viability of the area. The BIA is to be funded by a local service tax levy on Commercial and Industrial properties prescribed as Class 5 (Light Industry) or Class 6 (Business or other). The estimated cost per year is $225,000 for each of the following years: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. The property owners will pay 100% of the cost. The estimated levy of $0.69 per $1,000 of assessed value, will be included on your 2016 tax statement and must be paid in full by the tax due date.

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FURTHER, TAKE NOTICE THAT pursuant to Section 213 of the Community Charter, S.B.C. 2003, c.26, as amended, the BIA may proceed unless Council receives sufficient petition against the service within 30 days after the second date of publication of the Notice of Intention. This Notice will be published in the Surrey Now newspaper on February 4 and February 11, 2016.

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‘Ultimate volunteers’ face big changes AUXILIARY CONSTABLES: Volunteer cop program in transition over safety concerns

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ever have so many said so little, and almost all off the record. Surrey’s time-honoured Auxiliary Constable program is experiencing turmoil following a national RCMP directive on Jan. 27 prohibiting the volunteer cops from participating in ride-alongs with regular, armed Mounties. This, and other new restrictions dictated from Ottawa headquarters, has some local longserving volunteers peeved. But it is difficult to gauge what affect the changes will have on policing in Surrey, if any, because few auxiliaries are willing to publicly air their grievances and regular Mounties are reluctant to discuss the matter. “I think the reaction overall was disappointment,” said Merv Bayda, a city employee who manages Surrey’s 80-volunteerstrong RCMP Auxiliary Constable program. “They’re trained to minimize crime.” For Bayda, auxiliary constables are the “ultimate volunteers.” They go out into the community, without pay, to risk life and limb for strangers. “There’s heroism, right there,” Bayda said. “It is heroism. “They have certainly done things I feel are above and beyond.” Some volunteers join the program hoping to become a regular paid cop and saw the ridealongs as good practical training to that end, Bayda noted. “We have not seen any drop offs yet. That may change.”

Bonnie Mellor, honoured in 2011 as Surrey RCMP’s Auxiliary Constable of the Year, recently wrote a scathing letter to the editor charging the “program has been reduced to shreds. “Why would Surrey prefer to pay thousands of dollars in overtime,” she wrote, “as opposed to having volunteers at events and doing patrols to keep our neighborhood safe?” Mellor noted in her letter that in 2015 Surrey’s auxiliaries volunteered more than 20,000 hours of their time. “Imagine if those were paid overtime hours. We have always had the support of the City of Surrey and the mayor’s office and now we are being negatively impacted. What a sad and unfortunate day it is for Surrey.” Surrey RCMP Chief Supt. Bill Fordy stressed that the auxiliary constables services remain valuable to the city and that the program has not been shut down. Surrey RCMP – Canada’s largest detachment – has 80 auxiliary constables, making it the largest contingent of roughly 1,500 auxiliaries across the nation. More than 700 are in B.C. All provinces have RCMP volunteer constables, with the exception of Quebec, Ontario and Nunavut. The volunteer officers are equipped with a baton, pepper spray and a flashlight, but no gun. The new changes are a federal, not a local, directive resulting from the conclusions of a year-long policy review following the fatal Jan. 17, 2015 shooting of RCMP Constable David Wynn at Apex Casino outside Edmonton, AB. Auxiliary Constable David Bond, a volunteer police officer since 2008, was injured in that same incident. He had no gun to defend himself with. They were shot while investigating a report about a stolen vehicle at the casino. Bond was shot twice in his arm and torso, but survived. Because the volunteer constables are unarmed and work alongside Mounties, Fordy noted, “the potential for danger” exists. “Incidents where uniformed officers have been randomly targeted, along with the shooting of an auxiliary constable in Alberta

Changes to Surrey’s Auxiliary Constable program have some volunteer cops frustrated. (File photo)

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last year, demonstrated the need for increased vigilance,” he told the Now. “For this reason the RCMP has discontinued the ride along component nationally for the auxiliary officers – I support this approach.” Fordy cancelled the ride-alongs weeks before the edict came down from RCMP headquarters in Ottawa, issuing a memo to the auxiliaries on Jan. 5. “When I was aware of the findings in the murder of David Wynn, as the detachment commander in Surrey I issued a directive to discontinue the ridealongs because as the detachment commander I’m ultimately responsible for the safety and security of every police officer, municipal employee and auxiliary constable. When I look at how our world has changed over the last number of years, and as you know we’ve had incidents in Surrey where there’s been predatory behaviour where police have been targeted, I believe that I have a responsibility to send everybody home safely. And when we send unarmed auxiliaries to dynamic calls for service as first responders there is a risk there that the general public may or may not appreciate.”

Fordy recalled the on-duty death of Surrey Constable Adrian Oliver, who died in 2012 in a traffic crash. “I never, ever want to deal with that again and I would never want to put an auxiliary constable in a position where they are subject to violence or the worst-case scenario, death, and that’s the position that I took, and I took that in advance of the national bulletin,” he said. Besides no longer being able to ride with Mounties, the auxiliary constables will no longer receive firearms familiarizing training, and the force is considering changing their uniforms to better distinguish them from regular officers. Corporal Janelle Shoihet, a spokeswoman for RCMP “E” Division, said that’s because “we recognize that they may be identified as a police officer while on duty in uniform, which puts them at risk of harm.” When auxiliary constables are in uniform, she said, they will need to be accompanied by a regular police officer. As far as outfall from the auxiliaries themselves, Fordy recognizes “there are a few people that are upset and sad, but the vast majority understand the issues and pressures that we all face. “Whenever there’s change,” Fordy noted, “some people will react in a different way. Some people may chose to discontinue their volunteering, being auxiliaries, but others will embrace it as an opportunity to find new and innovative ways to make the program better. “We’re not going to arrest our

way and enforce our way out of many of the challenges ,” he said. “We need to engage in prevention and intervention and that’s where the auxiliaries I think can play a role and be a positive part of it. They can still be at special events and major events, there just needs to be direct oversight. I’ve looked at the numbers of auxiliary constables and regular members that attend all those events – we always have more regular members than we have auxiliaries, so I’m not worried about that. We just have to be more strategic in how we deploy them and ensure their safety. At the end of the day, we need to ensure their safety and be responsible for them.” Increased overtime costs will not be an issue as a result of changes to the auxiliary program, Fordy said. “I’m not concerned about that. We don’t use auxiliaries to save money; we don’t build an operational plan and say ‘OK, we need X auxiliaries and X regular members.’ We build our operational plans with regular members and auxiliaries are an increase or a bonus to our establishment. But everything for us is about safety and it must always be our number one concern. It is for me.” Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner said it’s her understanding these changes will not affect the city’s budget in any way. “It will not, so I’m told. “We will still use them for large events.” see HOW AUXILIARY › page 9


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The Surrey RCMP takes in new auxiliaries from January to March every year. Some of them use the experience as a stepping stone to getting hired on as a paid police officer. You have to be at least 21, a Canadian citizen proficient in English, and pass security tests and meet fitness and other requirements including being able to commit to serving for at least two years after your training. The basic training program includes 260 hours of full-day classes and practical instruction. Auxiliary constables help police Surrey by supporting programs like Block Watch, the Junior Police Academy and the Family Identification Program. They also help with traffic control and to provide a visible police presence at large city events such as the Fusion Festival, Canada Day

celebrations and Halloween patrols. Roughly 45 volunteer cops help police the annual Vaisakhi parade in Newton and 10 or 15 walk the beat during the Cloverdale Rodeo. They are each expected to volunteer for at least 160 hours annually.

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Delta’s volunteer police officers are called reserves, not auxiliaries. “Right now we have 20 active reserves and 10 or 12 in training,” noted Sgt. Sarah Swallow, of the Delta Police. “They must commit to 16 hours each month.” Delta’s volunteer police officers do not carry guns but are issued pepper spray and a baton. “As part of their training they do some hours at the range for firearms familiarization and general interest.” The reserves wear a uniform similar to the sworn officers that

does not say “police” but their light blue shirts have a crest with “reserve” written on it. Swallow was a reserve in 2006 and had also been working as a police dispatcher before becoming a full-fledged, sworn officer with the force. She said half of her reserve classmates were eventually hired on as police officers in Delta or other communities. The reserve program provides a “great way” for the volunteers to get to know the police administration and vice versa. Concerning ride-alongs, she said, “There’s no other way to see what policing is all about than to go on a ride-along.” Delta Police is not planning to change the structure of its volunteer police program as the RCMP has, as far as she’s aware. “At this point I don’t know of any plans to revamp it,” Swallow said.

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he new changes to the RCMP’s national auxiliary constable program presents a sticky situation across the country and of course here in Surrey, a city fortunate to have 80 of the volunteer cops. New rules, coming from RCMP headquarters, prohibit the auxiliaries from riding along with regular Mounties on patrol and cancels their firearms familiarization training. The force is also looking at changing their uniforms to better distinguish them from armed officers (See report, page 8). Locally, Surrey RCMP Chief Supt. Bill Fordy’s agreement with these changes is certainly understandable considering he is responsible for their safety and does not take that responsibility lightly. Conversely, many auxiliaries are not only aware of the risks they face as volunteer officers but also accept them despite this increasingly unpredictable and violent world we live in. Fordy stresses their services are valuable and will continue to play a role in the fight against crime. They, on the other hand, fear their service to the community is being marginalized and they’ll be reduced to wearing ball caps and, as one auxiliary put it, “golf shirts.” The RCMP introduced its auxiliary constable program in 1963 under the Emergency Measures Act. The volunteer constables carried revolvers from then up until 1998, when they were disarmed. Before then, B.C. was the only province to permit auxiliaries to carry firearms. Many people predicted auxiliaries would quit in droves as a result, but today Surrey has 80 volunteering their services – quite the healthy number. It remains to be seen what effect these recent changes will ultimately have. As one auxiliary put it, the real issue isn’t about whether the volunteers are disappointed, but rather the diminishing of their service to the public. The Now

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Social media gave us control and we love it As a shy, sensitive kid, my solution was to hide. But if the BeauKnows mid-’80s was anything like today’s world, my solution would have Beau Simpson been even easier – hit ‘delete.’ A stroke of a key – that’s all it takes today. Don’t want someone to see a photo of you? Delete it. henever it came out, Think your friend’s photo of you I got a bit queasy. A shy kid like me always is unflattering? Untag yourself. Today, we seem to have – shuddered when houseguests had and demand – a real sense of it in their hands. power over the image we would When my mom passed it to like portray of ourselves to around, I ran for cover, rarely others. Thanks to social media waiting around for the final few in particular, we are firmly in pages to be flipped. control. And if recent trends in I can see it now – the dreaded our newsroom are any indication, family photo album. There was one photo in that album that sent relinquishing that control to the media isn’t something we are me scurrying in embarrassment. The photo shows me, at eight or willing to do. In the past few months alone, nine, sitting on a hammock at our cabin at Baptiste Lake in northern we’ve seen a huge increase in calls Alberta – cuddled right up next to and emails to the newsroom from people we have featured in our my childhood sweetheart Susan. paper and on our website, voicing I loved the lake and I loved concerns (some more politely Susan (like a sister) but I hated that photo. It embarrassed me and than others) about – not the accuracy or fairness of the story I thought everyone would tease or photo in question – but how it me about it.

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made them look. One person we wrote about said our story was well-written and accurate but he was upset because he though the headline made him look bad. He also was furious that the reporter had the gall to ask for a second opinion on his project. (How dare we?) Another person we featured recently was miffed because we were too detailed – he is an entertainer and he wanted his persona to remain “mysterious.” He didn’t like the headline on his story either. Days before that, we received a curt message from a woman whose son was in our paper. She was unhappy with us because she said the photo was unflattering. (She even suggested we purposefully put it in the paper to have a laugh at his expense.) The very same day, I spent hours on the phone with another woman who made every effort to convince me not to publish her family’s story because she felt the story would make them look bad

in their religious community. Requests to remove stories from our website’s archive that may be deemed unflattering by potential employers are also becoming more frequent. We share a lot of stories in this paper and on our website. While we would never intentionally embarrass someone or make them feel slighted in some way, it is also not in our purview to be an extension of their Facebook page or to act as their public relations agent in the community. It’s no exaggeration to say that in the past few months, I have received more calls and emails of this nature than I have in my whole 16 years in journalism combined. Social media gave us this power and control. And once you have it, it’s hard to let it go. It makes me miss the good ol’ days of the photo album. Beau Simpson is editor of the Now. He can be reached at beau. simpson@thenownewspaper.com.

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Health care column spot on The Editor, Re: “Dialing for doctors, lining up for labs,” the Now, Jan. 28. If your doctor does not have hospital privileges, and you end up in the hospital, every week you see a different doctor and every 12 hours, a different nurse. There is no consistency as each doctor seems to have a different view of your circumstances. As Tom Zytaruk writes, “Clearly our medical system needs a serious booster shot of efficiency in both arms.” I agree 100 per cent. Diane Bishop, Surrey

Just the news, please The Editor, Is it just me, or has televised news media become an entertainment venue? They have previews of the news, advertisements for the news and newscasters have even become pseudo celebrities. Televised news presents little fact with a lot of speculation, banter and the personal views of the newscasters. On at least one channel, the weather forecast comes generously sprinkled with a photo contest and birthday wishes for B.C.’s centenarians. As for sportscasts, we get to know far more than we need to, from players’ eating habits to marital status. Then, newscast “celebrities” are given public adulation in the form of awards – as though their six-figure annual salaries aren’t award enough. Have we, as a society, become so hopelessly addicted to being constantly entertained that we must be entertained even by news, weather and sportscasts that are meant, ostensibly, to disseminate information? Jon Christensen, Surrey

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Readers react Posts from our followers about news that the City of Surrey is spending $11M to replace its street lights with LED bulbs: Jude Hannah Absolutely the right move. Lighting retrofits are a win/win situation. Saves so much on energy costs. And really glad to see it in the downtown Newton area.

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❚ A neighbourhood of multi-coloured roses to represent the many neighbours you have graciously helped. A man of his word, has the gift of giving generously, still to this day and age is not a factor! Our homes have added value due to your hard-working hands, due to your expertise of your lifelong trade. I speak for our neighbours, we sincerely appreciate and thank you for all what you have done for us. ❚ Roses to the gentleman who paid for our food at Tim Hortons on Jan. 30. When we went to pay, we were told someone had already taken care of it. We had no idea who had paid our bill until the gentleman handed out a Timmy’s card to one of our ladies he had missed. We hope you know how much we appreciate your act of kindness. ❚ Red roses to the delightful thirdyear student volunteer at Surrey Memorial Hospital reception desk for very patiently guiding me to where my husband was transferred to. ❚ Roses to the Broncos for winning the Super Bowl. You deserve it! ❚ Roses to all the adults who had kids out enjoying nature and sharing family time on a sunny Saturday. You are investing in your kids’ future and good health!

❚ Car loads of rotten tomatoes to drivers who do not pay attention to marked crosswalks, including a police officer in his patrol car at Venture Way and 84th Avenue. Shame on you. ❚ A bay full of rotten tomatoes to the folks who were flying their drone at Mud Bay on Family Day. Really folks, it’s a nature park. People visit to enjoy the natural habitat. Keep your drone in your own yard and away from the wildlife. ❚ Rotten tomatoes to the City of Surrey for botching the new path name signs at Green Timbers park. The information is so tiny that you have to lean down to read it and cannot be read if you’re on a bike. Were these not tested prior to the investment? I am disappointed. ❚ Rotten tomatoes to the woman who keeps blowing smoke in my cat’s face. Not cool. She has her own catnip and doesn’t need any of yours. ❚ Rotten tomatoes to the insincere people who pretend to be interested in you, asking you a question about yourself only to quickly look away or change the conversation when you start to answer them. Don’t even bother! ❚ Rotten tomatoes to restaurant patrons who don’t take their young children outside to calm them down. Other people are trying to enjoy their dinners too.


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The man in the apartment then opened his window, according to Masoud, telling them everything was fine. “After that we heard a lady WHALLEY — A man shouting, ‘He wants to kill is under arrest after a me. He wants to kill me.’ dramatic, violent scene outside a Whalley apartment And he closed the window.” Masoud said the victim Sunday night (Feb. 7). Adel Masoud, manager of must have somehow escaped the building, received a call as soon after, she ran outside, from a tenant that he heard falling on the ground. “She was naked. Hands people fighting in one of the tied from the front. Bleeding other units. from the neck,” said a “I told him to keep me on the phone and knock on shaken Masoud. He said he had seen her the door,” Masoud told the once before when she was Now. “He knocked on the apparently visiting someone door and we heard a voice, who lived in the building. somebody angry, yelling, Masoud stayed at the ‘Go away.’” building’s entrance, to Masoud said he then rushed to the building along ensure the man couldn’t take off, he said. One of his with his two sons. Amy Reid

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A 22-year-old Surrey man is in police custody after a dramatic scene unfolded outside of a Whalley apartment building on Sunday night. (Photo: SHANE MACKICHAN) sons called police, while one stayed with the woman, he recalled. “Police arrived,” Masoud continued, “they opened her hands. Her neck, there was a

really big cut with a knife.” She was taken to hospital. “All I can say is, I arrived at the right time,” said Masoud. The building houses Masoud’s Middle Eastern

Friendship Centre, an organization that provides support to newcomers. The apartment in question is located above his organization’s space.

Police say they were called to the area around 7:40 p.m. on Feb. 8 and found the woman, suffering from stab wounds. Surrey RCMP say a 22-year-old Surrey man has been arrested and remains in custody while the investigation continues. “The Surrey Serious Crime Unit is leading this investigation,” said Surrey RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann in a release, adding, “there is no risk to the general public.” The woman is expected to survive. Police ask anyone with information to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-5990502, or Crime Stoppers, to remain anonymous, at 1-800- 222-TIPS or Solvecrime.ca.

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p u b lUSE i c nPERMIT otice NOTICE OF TEMPORARY At the Monday, February 22, 2016, Public Hearing meeting, commencing at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 13450 – 104 Avenue, staff is recommending that Council support the issuance of the following Temporary Use Permit:

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Permit No. 7915-0296-00 Location: 10626 Scott Road (10620 Scott Road) p parking u b l ifor c oversized n o t itrucks c e and trailers Purpose of Permit: To allow a temporary truck that exceed 5,000 kilograms G.V.W. for a period not to exceed three years.

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FRASER HEIGHTS — Some Fraser Heights residents began their Sunday morning with a boom after a stolen truck appears to have been set on fire there. The heat from the burning truck, in the area of 104th Avenue and 164th Street, caused its tires to blow out. “It’s likely it was intentionally set,” Surrey RCMP Cpl. Scotty Schumann said. Firefighters were called to the scene at 4:20 a.m. Residents were shaken. “You can still see damage to the nearby stop sign and a scorched area on the fence across the back lane,” one resident said.

Members of the public are encouraged to submit their comments or concerns to Council, and may be submitted in writing to City Clerk. Comments may be faxed to (604) 501-7578, emailedwww.surrey.ca/parksplanning to clerks@surrey.ca or submitted by mail to the City Clerk at 13450 - 104 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3T 1V8, no later than Monday, February 22, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.

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Additional information may be obtained from the Planning & Development Department at (604) 591-4441. Copies of the supporting staff reports, the Temporary Use Permit and any other relevant background documentation are available on the City of Surrey website at www.surrey.ca or may be inspected at City Hall during business hours commencing Tuesday, February 2, 2016 until Monday, February 22, 2016.

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At the Monday, February 22, 2016, Public Hearing meeting, commencing at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 13450 – 104 Avenue, staff is recommending that Council support the issuance of the following Temporary Use Permit:

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Permit No. 7915-0304-00 Location: 10582 Scott Road p parking u b l ifor c oversized n o t itrucks c e and trailers Purpose of Permit: To allow a temporary truck that exceed 5,000 kilograms G.V.W. for a period not to exceed three years.

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SURREY — Early this decade, Nicola Cavendish took a three-year break from acting to care for her elderly father at his home in the Okanagan, with the help of two siblings. By the fall of 2014, she was back on the boards in the Canadian debut of “4000 Miles,” which played Vancouver’s Stanley theatre and earned Cavendish a Jessie Award nomination for lead actress. Upon reflection, the comedy-drama, about a 91-year-old New York woman who reluctantly welcomes her grandson into her life, served as a timely vehicle for the veteran performer, whose dad died the following July, 2015. “Caring for my father gave me such extraordinary insight into how incredibly vulnerable old age is for most people,” Cavendish told the Now. “And here I am playing an elderly woman in a play and she, too, is a character who has managed to live independently, by herself, in her own apartment, into her 90s. I have great respect for this character and also for this young woman (Amy Herzog) who wrote the play about her own grandmother. She’s writing what she knows and I’m acting what I know.” “4000 Miles” is back on stage, with the same cast, this time as an Arts Club on Tour production that stops at Surrey Arts Centre from Feb. 17 to 27. Cavendish plays Vera, a crusty, cardcarrying communist who one night gets a knock on the door from Leo (Nathan Barrett), her 21-year-old grandson, who has just cycled across the country and needs a place to stay. They become unlikely roommates, and so unfolds “an uplifting story about growing up and growing old.” Cavendish tells the story of how Barrett prepared for his role as an

Actors Nathan Barrett and Nicola Cavendish in “4000 Miles,” a comedy-drama about a 91-year-old New York woman and her grandson. The Arts Club on Tour show is staged at Surrey Arts from Feb. 17 to 27. avid bike rider, prior to the play’s 2014 production at the Stanley. “He actually cycled from New York to New Orleans – isn’t that a trip?” Cavendish marveled. “He did it for the experience, and he’s that kind of actor who wants to put that kind of research in for himself. He cycles everywhere around here, and has for years. It’s wild. He’s a wild young man who plays trumpet and takes his trumpet wherever he goes, and he plays with jazz bands, all that. He’s a wild firecracker, that man.” Cavendish, 63, thrills in working with a cast of young, 20-something actors – including Barrett, Ella Simon (as Leo’s girlfriend) and Agnes Tong (his adopted sister) – but laments the 14 months between stagings of the play. “We’re having to relearn lines from that long ago,” she said with a laugh. “It’s horrible, not easy at all. I took a month alone (with the script), and learning by rote is horrible, because when you’re

in a rehearsal hall you’re learning by movement, picking up a prop and associating that with a line, but here it’s a compact re-rehearsal period.… We’ve been at it two or three days now.” The play is directed by Roy Surette, who also worked with Cavendish on “Shirley Valentine,” a show that “made” her in Vancouver in the late-1980s. A few years earlier, the Arts Club gave Cavendish her first break as a playwright by staging “It’s Snowing on Saltspring,” which became a holiday hit. “It’s an old-fashioned take on Christmas, and I was thinking the other day that I’d love to be in it again. But I was 26 or 28 when I was in it last time, and now I’m 63,” she added with a laugh, “so maybe I shouldn’t be thinking like a kid anymore.” For tickets to “4000 Miles” at Surrey Arts Centre, call 604-501-5566 or visit Tickets.surrey.ca.

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Themes of life, love and health are explored in the music of John Mann, whose concert in Surrey this Saturday night (Feb. 13) has morphed from a solo show into a very special evening, with several musical friends surrounding him with much love and many notes. The health of the longtime Spirit of the West bandleader has been challenged in recent times – first by cancer and, more recently, Alzheimer’s. Fresh from a therapy-heavy trip to Mexico, Mann John Mann performs at Surrey Arts Centre’s main stage with fellow musicians Tobin Frank, Eric Reed, Allan Rodger and Shari Ulrich. Tickets for the 8 p.m. show start at $25 via tickets. surrey.ca and 604-501-5566. An added bonus for this one: Audience members are invited to a postconcert “meet ‘n’ greet” with Mann and his wife, actor Jill Daum, of “Mom’s the Word” fame.

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Opening Saturday (Feb. 13) at Surrey Art Gallery is “Art by Surrey Secondary School Students,” a bi-annual exhibition developed in cooperation with the Surrey School District and the Surrey Art Teachers Association. This spring, the winning examples of visual art will fill the halls of the lobby at the arts centre, at Bear Creek Park. See paintings, drawings, collages and photographs for a look inside the minds of these 52 talented teens, from 10 different schools in Surrey. Kudos to the gallery for continuing to showcase student-created art, as it has done since 1983. For more details, visit Surrey.ca/ culture-recreation/18733.aspx or call 604-501-5566.

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Here’s a chance to be a tourist in your own town and learn the fascinating history of Surrey’s oldest neighbourhoods: Bus tours of heritage sites have been organized by the city’s Heritage Services department. The first rolls Thursday, Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., followed by another on Saturday, Feb. 20. A curator with Historic Stewart Farm will reveal details about Crescent Beach, the Peace Arch, Cloverdale’s Interurban station and other places. The outing ends with a stop at the farmhouse’s kitchen for tea and woodstove-baked treats. Designed for those 16 years of age and older, the trip costs $26 per person; call 604-592-6956, quoting course #4435803.

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GO! Events guide CONCERTS Sal Ferreras and Drum Heat: In concert Feb. 12 at Surrey Arts Centre, 8 p.m., at 13750 88 Ave., Surrey, in benefit for Arts Umbrella Surrey. VIP ticket $125 (includes premium seating and private reception), regular ticket $50, via Tickets.surrey.ca and 604-501-5566. Event website: Artsumbrella.com/events/salferreras-and-drum-heat. Jazz Vespers at Northwood United Church: Hour-long concert events on second and fourth Sundays, 8855 156th St., 4 p.m. start, Northwood-united. org. Feb. 14: Glenda Rae, Brett Wade, Miles Black.

THEATRE/STAGE “Funny Little Thing Called Love”: Comedy play written by Jesse Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, staged at Surrey Little Theatre until Feb. 27. For tickets ($15) and show times, call 604-576-8451 or visit Surreylittletheatre.com or Brownpapertickets.com.

DANCE SHOWS Steel School of Irish Dance’s winter recital 2016 at Bell Performing Arts Centre, Surrey, on Saturday, Feb. 13, starting at 7 p.m. Tickets and event info: 604-507-6355, Bellperformingartscentre.com. Panorama School of Dance stages “Dance Extravaganza 2016” show at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14 at Surrey Arts Centre’s main stage, Bear Creek Park. Tickets $22 via 604-501-5566.

FUNDRAISERS Vancouver International Bhangra Celebration Society (VIBC) hosts “The Business of Culture Fundraiser” for its City of Bhangra festival (June 11-18, 2016) on Friday,

While the weather may be warm in the day, temperatures can still drop to freezing overnight, causing ice on the roads. This may impact driving conditions - please drive cautiously.

Surrey-based performers Hardeep Singh Sahota (left) and Nela Hallwas (right) are featured in a Valentine’s-themed “Dances for a Small Stage 33,” an annual “anything goes” dance showcase set to run Feb. 11 to 14 at the Anza Club in Vancouver. For event and ticket information, visit Smallstage.ca. SEE OUR COMPLETE EVENTS GUIDE ONLINE AT THENOWNEWSPAPER.COM Feb. 19 at Riverside Banquet Hall, Surrey. “Enjoy a night full of dynamic entertainment, refreshing cocktails, invigorating dialogue and delicious Indian fused cuisine.” Info at Vibc.org, tickets at Kamal’s Video Palace, #103 8268 120th St., Surrey.

TALKS/FORUMS “End Gang Life” presentation for parents, Thursday, Feb. 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary, 6151 180th St., in school theatre. Info: Cfseu. bc.ca/homepage-politics/endgang-life, email tweedypac@ gmail.com.

HEALTH Valen-Spine’s Day Health Open House on Saturday, Feb. 13, 2-4 pm, at Lifeforce Chiropractic + Wellness, 15850 24th Avenue #200, Surrey. “Complimentary health services, posture assessment,

massages, counselling, yoga classes. Free refreshments, appetizers and raffle.” “Anxiety, Panic and Anger: A Beginner’s Guide”: The BC Psychological Association (BCPA) sponsors free public presentation series on a range of topics, from depression to anxiety and finding happiness and love, including event 7 p.m. Feb. 18 at Strawberry Hill Library featuring Dr. Kamalijit Sidhu, done in Punjabi language. More event info: Psychologists.bc.ca.

BUSINESS Surrey Board of Trade “Mayor’s Breakfast Series” event Friday, Feb. 12 at Surrey City Hall, $40 fee. “Join Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner in this high-profile breakfast series where issues vital to Surrey’s prosperity and quality of life are presented. The purpose of the Mayor’s Breakfast Series is to continually engage businesses and provide

ongoing updates from Surrey City Hall.” Speakers include Hepner and Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure. Info: Businessinsurrey.com/sidebarevents or call 604-581-7130. Lunch with Robin Silvester, CEO of Port Metro Vancouver: Surrey Board of Trade event Tuesday, Feb. 16 at Eaglequest Golf Course, Surrey. “He will explore opportunities for trade-enabling activity in Surrey, navigating a course towards a sustainable future that addresses economic, environmental and community concerns at the local, regional, and national levels.” Tickets and info: Businessinsurrey.com, 604-581-7130.

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‘inFlux’ of creativity at Surrey Art Gallery event last Friday night 1. Elizabeth Carefoot of the Interactive Knitting Group holds a vine she spent three months knitting. 2. Tomoe Yoshihara and Kush Chhatbar of the SFU Arduino Club peer thru a 3D printer they created. 3. Marc St. Martin of the SFU Arduino Club holds part of a computerized watering system. 4. Renée Saklikar, Surrey’s Poet Laureate, led the “erasure poetry” group, in which poetry is created by deleting words on book pages. 5. Art students Matt Winter and Dominique Wakeland make stop-motion cutouts. 6. Delta’s King Darwin makes electronica music with something he calls a “live production rig self-producing medium.” 7. Performance artist “prOphecy sun” (right) makes moody music with old guitar pedals, a looper, a mic and a theremin while dancer Mirae Rosner does her thing.

LIBRARY EVENTS Genealogy Road Show on Saturday, Feb. 20, 1- 4 pm at Cloverdale Library. Free admission. “Volunteers from the BCGS offer advice to individuals and family members researching their family history. Bring your research details to date. Beginners receive advice on where to begin their research, based on their knowledge and

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COMEDY Vir Das: Comedian from India performs at Bell Performing Arts Centre, Surrey, on Friday, Feb. 26 as part of JFL NorthWest Comedy Festival. Tickets available via the website JFLNorthWest.com. “I Am Woman! Hear Me Laff!”: “Join famed female comedians for an incredible evening of hoopla. This

‘herlarious’ gathering of standup comics will raise the bar for all comedians, proving women ‘got it’ when it comes to big laughs,” on March 9 at Surrey Arts Centre. Tickets and show info: 604-501-5566, Surrey.ca/ culture-recreation/11570.aspx.

FESTIVALS Surrey TeenFest event on Saturday, Feb. 20 at the Agriplex at Cloverdale Rodeo and Exhibition Fairgrounds. “This fun-filled, free event will engage, educate, entertain and empower the teens of Surrey

and surrounding communities. The focus will be on creating opportunities for interaction, education, and enjoyment with exhibitors, activities, workshops and performances for this age group.” Info: Ali Berman, co-founder, 1-778-440-7277, email ali@teenfest.ca, on web at www.teenfest.ca.

MAGIC Vitaly: An Evening of Wonders: “Family-friendly, mind-bending magic” show 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 20 at Centre Stage at Surrey City

Hall, featuring Vitaly Beckman. Tickets are $23-28, including all fees. For advance tickets call Surrey Civic Theatres Box Office at 604-501-5566 or visit Tickets.surrey.ca. Tickets will also be available at the door, subject to availability.

MUSEUMS “Write Your Memoir” program at Surrey Museum: Aspiring memoirists and family historians are invited to a threesession program at museum led by personal historian, writer and editor Philip Sherwood.

5 Free info session Thursday, Feb. 18 from 6:30-8:30. The full Write Your Memoir program will be held Feb. 25, March 3, and March 10. Advance registration is mandatory for both the free session and the program itself. For more information and to register, call 604-501-5100.

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Q.E. wrestlers are Surrey champs ‘Top-calibre’ teen Jason Bains leads Queen Elizabeth Secondary team to victory at Surrey Slam Fest “The team did really good this year. We have probably one of the best teams at Q.E. over the last 10 years,” said Jason. Last week, the Royals won Surrey Slam Fest, a championship hosted by Surrey Fire Fighters Association. EDITOR’S NOTE: Our ‘Club of the Week’ In doing so, they took down Guildford feature appears every week in the Play section Park, the reigning 16-year champs. of the Now. Tell us about your sports club or association by sending an email to edit@ “It was really tough. Guildford is tough,” thenownewspaper.com. said coach Simon Kissinger. Bains helped lead the team to victory Amy Reid with a gold win – and he was also named Now staff Most Outstanding Wrestler of the Twitter @amyreid87 tournament – but Kissinger said there’s a slew of other kids exuding talent out of the Whalley high school. restling is the first thing Jason Four others took home gold at Surrey Bains thinks about when he gets up in the morning, and the Slam last week, including Sam Singh, Nick Gill, Ali Rahguzar and Andy Lazaro. last thing on his mind before bed. Wrestler Brittany Chiu also won a $750 The Surrey teen’s family even knows scholarship at the tourney. better than to plan an event without checking his wrestling schedule first. “It’s a great group of kids. There’s a lot of “Everything I do is based on wrestling,” talent on this team,” remarked Kissinger. “I can’t say enough about them.” revealed the shy, soft-spoken Grade 12 Jason Bains, forefront, is one of several talented kids on Queen Elizabeth Secondary’s The Q.E. team has a busy month student, a member of Queen Elizabeth wrestling team, which took home the Surrey trophy last week. (Photo: AMY REID) ahead, with competitions leading up to Secondary’s wrestling team. provincials at the end of February. Jason’s foray into the sport began in “Provincially, they should be top five,” Grade 4 after going to watch his brother He’s a top-calibre kid. He’s getting up there to be said a confident Kissinger. grapple for the first time. It’s truly a family one of the best wrestlers Surrey’s produced, for sure. affair for the Bains’, with Jason’s two older But the coach doesn’t take credit for the brothers, uncle, father and cousins all wrestlers’ achievements. involved in wrestling. Many of the kids are involved in away. wrestling clubs in the community, which Not even a high school grad yet, Jason’s revealed. “If I can’t do it before school, I “Time goes really slow,” he said. do it after school, then once again at night. already built up quite a resume for is where they do the bulk of their training, “When you get into it, it seems like such I have practices everyday.” himself. he said. a big crowd. But once you’re on the mat, He often competes two to three “My job is to expose the kids to He’s made the Canadian world team you don’t see the crowd anymore. All weekends of every month from October wrestling,” said Kissinger. “I’m an older twice, placed second in the international you focus on is the match and all your through to April. Pan Am championships and won teacher with my own kids so I don’t put in nervousness goes away.” Strategy, for Jason, is more important Canadian nationals back in Grade 9. as much time as other people can…. If you It’s a love affair the Surrey teen is not like it, and you’re decent, then go to a club “When I won in the (Canadian) finals, I than the physicality of the sport. “You could be a really weak wrestler but willing to give up anytime soon, with his won with 15 seconds left,” Jason recalled. and you can get better there.” sights set on the Olympics. “I was super nervous. I was in Grade 9 and if you have the strategy, you can beat an As for Jason? But for now, he’s focused on finishing he was in Grade 11 and I barely beat him.” older and stronger guy. It’s mostly mental.” “He’s a top-calibre kid,” said Kissinger. his high school career with a bang, and the “He’s getting up there to be one of the best Jason said his passion for wrestling is To get to that level, he’s certainly put in Q.E. wrestling team is knocking it out of what drives him. He lives for feeling of the effort. wrestlers Surrey’s produced, for sure.” the park this year. being in a match, where the world melts “I try to practice two times a day,” he amy.reid@thenownewspaper.com

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Seaquam Secondary. The top teams will move on to the Fraser Valley championships and, beyond that, to the provincials. The junior boys of North Delta Secondary have an overall record of 22-4 this season, including exhibition, league and tournament play, and have been ranked as high as 10th provincially. “The goal this year is to get into B.C.’s, because our core players are Grade 9’s playing against more physically mature junior-aged players in Grade 10,” Sandhu explained. “If we get into BC’s the experience would be great for the following year.” Saturday’s games at Seaquam will also feature Grade 8 teams in Delta.

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Thursday, February 11, 2016 A31

EVERY THURSDAY

For Valentine’s Day:

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For those of us who also love automobiles, the best romantic films are those that feature an interesting car or two. Pretty Woman – 1989 Lotus Esprit SE: Richard Gere’s highflying businessman Edward was bound to own an exotic “foreign” classic, but when both Ferrari and Porsche declined to be associated with a film linked to prostitution, Lotus stepped in. The gamble paid off and sales of the Esprit (actually a modified 1990 model SE). Notting Hill – 1967 Park Royal AEC Routemaster Bus: OK, so it’s not exactly a star in the film, but we love the old Routemaster, brought into service in 1967 by London Transport, and now available for weddings and special events! When Harry Met Sally – 1976 Toyota Corona Station Wagon: Meg Ryan’s character Sally drove the least-exciting car on our list. The RT119 Toyota Corona had the 2.2-litre 20R engine, that generated a modest 96 hp. The Graduate – 1966 Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider: When a young Dustin Hoffman was cast as Benjamin Braddock, his uncle offered to supply the character’s car. The uncle was the legendary U.S. car importer Max Hoffman, and the car was the newly released Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider. Dirty Dancing – 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air: Patrick Swayze’s character Johnny Castle drove one of the most iconic American cars of all time in Dirty Dancing – the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door hardtop. Love Actually – 1992 Saab 900 XS: Colin Firth’s character Jamie famously learned Portuguese in order to woo his housekeeper, but we all know it was his Saab 900 that really attracted Aurelia, played by Lucia Moniz. The Love Bug – 1963 Volkswagen Beetle: With his big personality and amazing speed, Herbie cemented the VW Beetle as an iconic car. Ironically, Volkswagen did not support Disney’s use of the car, and as a result, all VW badges and logos were removed. The Notebook – 1946 Hudson Commodore: Through the tears, you may be able to spot the 1946 Hudson Commodore Eight Club Coupe driven by Rachel McAdams’ character. Bridget Jones’s Diary – 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible: Hugh Grant’s smooth-talking Daniel Cleaver had the coolest car. His 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible in blue has the 2778cc inline-6 M130 engine and is an earlier “high grille” car. True Romance – 1988 Porsche 911 Flachbau Cabriolet: The white Porsche 911 Flachbau (Flat Nose) cabriolet was perfectly cast – it was ostentatious, noisy and flashy, matching Elliott Blitzer’s character as a movie executive and aspiring actor.

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(collectively (collectively “NCF”), “NCF”), nthen he/she he/she will receive will receive a specified a specified amount amount of stackable of stackable loyalty loyalty dollars dollars (“Loyalty (“Loyalty Dollars”), Dollars”), as follows: as follows: (i) Micra/Versa/Sentra (i) Micra/Versa/Sentra ($500); ($500); (ii) Juke/Altima/Rogue (ii) Juke/Altima/Rogue ($600); ($600); (iii) Frontier/Xterra/Leaf/Murano/Pathfinder (iii) Frontier/Xterra/Leaf/Murano/Pathfinder ($800); ($800); and and (iv) Maxima/Z/Titan, (iv) Maxima/Z/Titan, Armada/GT-R Armada/GT-R ($1000). ($1000). Loyalty Loyalty Dollars Dollars will will ††(excluding †† GT-R applied be applied before before taxes taxes which which means means theythey are inclusive are inclusive of allofapplicable all applicable taxes. taxes. Alternatively, Alternatively, if theif eligible the eligible customer customer elects elects to purchase to purchase or lease/finance or lease/finance an Eligible an Eligible New$New Vehicle (excluding GT-R and and Leaf)Leaf) otherother thanthan through through NCF,NCF, thenthen he/she he/she will receive will receive a three-year/48,000 a three-year/48,000 kilometers kilometers $Vehicle hichever (whichever comes comes first)first) Oil Change Oil Change and and Tire Tire Rotation Rotation PlanPlan which which consists consists of a of maximum a maximum of 6 of service 6 service visits, visits, eacheach consisting consisting of 1 of oil1change oil change (using (using conventional conventional 5W30 5W30 motor motor oil) and oil) and 1 tire1 rotation. tire rotation. For complete For complete details details on the on Oil theChange Oil Change and and Tire Tire Rotation Rotation Plan,Plan, ask your ask your dealer. dealer. Offer Offer has has Fra to F change cash no cash redemption redemption valuevalue and and can can be combined be combined withwith otherother offers. offers. Offer Offer validvalid on Eligible on Eligible NewNew Vehicles Vehicles purchased/leased/financed purchased/leased/financed and and delivered delivered between between August August 1 – 31st, 1 – 31st, 2015. 2015. Conditions Conditions apply. apply. Model(s) Model(s) shown shown for illustration for illustration purposes purposes only.only. Offer Offer subject subject to change or cancellation or cancellation serraser © © hout without notice. notice. While While quantities quantities last.last. Ask Ask youryour dealer dealer or visit or visit www.nissan.ca www.nissan.ca for complete for complete details. details. Nissan Nissan names, names, logos logos and and slogans slogans are trademarks are trademarks owned owned by orbylicensed or licensed to Nissan to Nissan Motor Motor Co. Co. Ltd. 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First monthly payment, down payment and $0 4x4security (5XEG15 4x4 (5XEG15 AA00/AA10)//Juke AA00/AA10)//Juke (except (except Nismo Nismo RS and AWD RSfees. AWD (N5YT15 (N5YT15 AE00)//Armada AE00)//Armada Platinum Platinum models models (7CTG75 (7CTG75 AA10/CC10/CR10). AA10/CC10/CR10). Cash Cash discount discount is applicable is charges applicable to the tocash the cash purchase. purchase. Not applicable Notdealer applicable withwith NCF NCF STANDARD STANDARD rates. rates. Cash Cash discount discount isinsurance comprised is comprised of non of non stackable stackable cashoffers cash and and deposit at lease Payments freight Lease based on apayment maximum km/year with excess charged $0.10/km. lease3Nissan obligation isASP $16,708. *Freight and PDE , applicable manufacturer’ s rebate participation applicable are andAugust applicable extra. *Vehicle *Vehicle pricingpricing isare plusdue is freight, plus freight, taxesinception. and taxes fees and – Finance fees – Finance offerinclude acceptance offer acceptance conditions conditions apply. Purchase apply. Purchase payment shown shown of $61ofisof20,000 bi-weekly $61 is bi-weekly based on based 84 month on 84 term month atterm 0.99% atatAPR 0.99% and APR includes andTotal includes 3 years years Nissan ASP (added (added Security Security plan). 2015 plan). Micra 2015 1.6S Micra automatic 1.6S automatic sale price salefees, isprice $14,965 is $14,965 less $850 lessbonus $850 cash bonus=and cash $14,115. = $14,115. Cost ofCost borrowing of borrowing iswhere $376.is0% $376. finance 0% fiis nance alsoincluded. is available also available –License, See dealer – Seeregistration, dealer for details. for details. Offers valid OffersAugust valid 1 – 31, 2015. 1 – 31,taxes *Cash 2015. are discount *Cash discount is Lease $2,500//$5,6 is $2,500//$5,6 NCI NCI clearout clearout cash. Not Not applicable applicable to2015 lease to lease and finance offers. offers. offers offers are exclusive are exclusive and can can be(except modified, be(except extended extended ornder canceled or canceled without without notice, notice, and and can can notNismo be not combined be with with any any other offer, offer, except except stackable dollars. offers have noapplicable cash no cash exchange exchange value. value. 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Cash discount is comprised is comprised ofoil their of are available oncash. approved credit through Nissan Canada Finance forfinance a limited time, may change without cannot be combined with any other offers except stackable trading dollars. +No-Charge Service Offer recipient will be entitled toother receive amodels maximum of sixstackable (6) service visits (each, aisThese “Service Visit”) forhave the Eligible Vehicle –NCF where each Service Visitdiscount consists of may one (1) non stackable non stackable cash and cash NCI and clearout NCI clearout cash. Not cash. applicable Not applicable to lease to and lease fi nance and fi offers. nance The The are offers exclusive are exclusive and can and be can modifi be ed, modifi extended ed, extended or canceled or canceled without without notice, notice, and can and not can be combined not be combined with any with other any offer, other except offer, except stackable stackable dollars. dollars. These offers These have offers no have cash no exchange cash exchange value. Dealers value. Dealers may set may their set own their prices. own prices. An order An or order dealer or dealer trade may trade be may required. be required. ††The Nissan ††The Nissan Loyalty Loyalty Offer (“Offer”) Offer (“Offer”) is available is available only to only eligible to eligible customers customers who (as who of May, (as of May,will †† offers. †† offers own own prices. prices. An order An order or dealer ornanced dealer trade trade may may be required. be required. The The Nissan Nissan Loyalty Loyalty Offer Offer (“Offer”) (“Offer”) isOffer available is available only only tonot eligible to eligible customers customers who who (as of (as May, ofofMay, 1, 2015) 1, 2015) lease/leased, lease/leased, finance/financed finance/financed or own/owned ortransferrable own/owned 2009 aassignable, 2009 orexcept newer orexcept newer Nissan Nissan brand brand vehicle vehicle (an (an “Existing Vehicle”). Vehicle”). Eligibility Eligibility for the forrecipient Offer the Offer will change conventional 5W30 motor and one tire rotation service an(an“Eligible Service”). Any additional services are covered by the arediscretion. the sole responsibility and cost ofownership/lease/fi the recipient. not redeemed for and mayoranot be with certain offers. Ask your for“Existing details. Vehicles accessories areasfor purposes 1, 2015)1,(using lease/leased, 2015) lease/leased, finance/fi finance/fi nanced or own/owned oroil) own/owned a 2009 or a(1) 2009 newer or newer Nissan Nissan brand vehicle brand(each, vehicle (an “Existing “Existing Vehicle”). Vehicle”). Eligibility Eligibility for the for Offer thewill be will determined be required determined by Nissan by Nissan Canada Canada Inc. (“NCI”) Inc. (“NCI”) inOffer its sole inand its discretion. sole Proof ofProof current current or previous or previous ownership/lease/fi nanceOffer contract nancemay contract will bebe will required. be required. Offer is Offer notcash is not transferrable assignable, or combined to a co-owner/co-leasee to a co-owner/co-leasee of the Existing of retailer the Existing Vehicle Vehicle who resides who resides withinand the within same thehousehold same household theillustration intended as the intended recipient of of beonly. determined beOffer. determined bydealer byfor Nissan Canada Canada Inc. (“NCI”) Inc. (“NCI”) indepreciation its in sole itsOffer sole discretion. discretion. Proof ofcancellation current ofwithout current or previous or ownership/lease/finance contract contract will be will required. be required. Offer is notistransferrable not assignable, orparticipating assignable, except except to a for co-owner/co-leasee to complete a co-owner/co-leasee the of Existing the Vehicle Vehicle whofor who resides resides within within the the same household household as as the theSee Offer. dealer See forNissan full details. full details. Model(s) Model(s) shown shown for illustration for illustration purposes purposes only. only. subject Offer subject to change toProof change or cancellation or without notice while notice quantities while ownership/lease/finance quantities last. Ask last. Askdealer your dealer or visit or www.nissan.ca visitMarket www.nissan.ca for complete for complete details. details. ALG is the industry benchmark for residual values and data, www.alg.com. For more information seeprevious IIHS.org. Ward’ syour Large Cross/Utility Segmentation. Visit jdpower.com forOffer propriety studytransferrable results or seeoryour Nissan retailer details. Ipad giftof offer with newExisting vehicle sales is paid out of dealer profit andsame subject to availability. the intended the intended recipient recipient of the ofOffer. the Offer. If theIfeligible the eligible customer customer elects elects to lease to lease or finance or finance a new a new and and previously previously unregistered unregistered Nissan Nissan brand brand vehicle vehicle (excluding (excluding NV, Fleet NV, Fleet and and dailydaily rentals) rentals) (an “Eligible (an “Eligible NewNew Vehicle”) Vehicle”) through through NCI NCI and and Nissan Nissan Canada Canada Financial Financial Services Services Inc. (collectively Inc. (collectively “NCF”), “NCF”), 5535-GENERIC_RL_ONT_PD 5535-GENERIC_RL_ONT_PD thenthen he/she he/she will receive will receive a specified a specified amount amount of stackable of stackable loyalty loyalty dollars dollars (“Loyalty (“Loyalty Dollars”), Dollars”), as follows: as follows: (i) Micra/Versa/Sentra (i) Micra/Versa/Sentra ($500); ($500); (ii) Juke/Altima/Rogue (ii) Juke/Altima/Rogue ($600); ($600); (iii) Frontier/Xterra/Leaf/Murano/Pathfinder (iii) Frontier/Xterra/Leaf/Murano/Pathfinder ($800); ($800); and and (iv) Maxima/Z/Titan, (iv) Maxima/Z/Titan, Armada/GT-R Armada/GT-R ($1000). ($1000). Loyalty Loyalty Dollars Dollars will will be applied be applied before before taxestaxes which which means means theythey are inclusive are inclusive of allofapplicable all applicable taxes. taxes. Alternatively, Alternatively, if theifeligible the eligible customer customer elects elects to purchase to purchase or lease/finance or lease/finance an Eligible an Eligible NewNew Vehicle Vehicle (excluding (excluding GT-R GT-R and and Leaf)Leaf) otherother thanthan through through NCF,NCF, thenthen he/she he/she will receive will receive a three-year/48,000 a three-year/48,000 kilometers kilometers (whichever (whichever comes comes first)first) Oil Change Oil Change and and Tire Tire Rotation Rotation PlanPlan which which consists consists of a maximum of a maximum of 6 of service 6 service visits, visits, eacheach consisting consisting of 1 of oil1change oil change (using (using conventional conventional 5W30 5W30 motor motor oil) and oil) and 1 tire1rotation. tire rotation. For complete For complete details details on the onOil theChange Oil Change and and Tire Tire Rotation Rotation Plan,Plan, ask your ask your dealer. dealer. OfferOffer has has no cash no cash redemption redemption valuevalue and and can can be combined be combined withwith otherother offers. offers. OfferOffer validvalid on Eligible on Eligible NewNew Vehicles Vehicles purchased/leased/financed purchased/leased/financed and and delivered delivered between between August August 1 – 31st, 1 – 31st, 2015. 2015. Conditions Conditions apply. apply. Model(s) Model(s) shown shown for illustration for illustration purposes purposes only.only. OfferOffer subject subject to change to change or cancellation or cancellation © © without without notice. notice. While While quantities quantities last.last. Ask Ask your your dealer dealer or visit or visit www.nissan.ca www.nissan.ca for complete for complete details. details. Nissan Nissan names, names, logos logos and and slogans slogans are trademarks are trademarks owned owned by orbylicensed or licensed to Nissan to Nissan Motor Motor Co. Co. Ltd. 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