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2 ART EXHIBIT MP Mark Strahl seeks local art work from artists and photographers for Ottawa exhibit
3 FOOD PROGRAM UFV Hope Centre Campus offers student a lifeline with its new food sharing program
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The Integrated Official Community Plan (IOCP) 2040 was officially introduced to the people of Hope during an open house on Tuesday in council chambers at District Hall. â€œThe IOCP is intended to express a community's goals, policies and aspirations for the futureâ€?, said a District of Hope press release statement. The event gave District staff the rare opportunity to present Phase 3 of its IOCP plan, which is still in the finalization stages, but open to the public consultation process. Attendees flocked to the plan which was displayed on several
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boards around council chambers. Members of the community were able to have a look at the extensive guide, which will inform community decision making over the next 20 years. The open house allowed for people to review, comment, and discuss with one another elements of the plan, as well as having the opportunity to participate and contribute to what is a considered a living community document. Components of the IOCP were also outlined on a white board, as District staff explained the various elements to guests. The IOCP encompasses an Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP), an Age-Friendly Plan
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and a Land Use Management Plan (including updated Development Permit Area guidelines and Hazard Mapping). The three plans will help encourage community growth, while protecting its citizens, and breaking down certain barriers to help with the development of land use, and to encourage business to come to Hope. â€œThe plan is 60 to 70 per cent done,â€? said District Planner Howie Choy. â€œPhase 1 and 2 have been completed and now we're just finalizing Phase 3â€?. Phase 1 of the IOCP targeted vision and goals. Phase 2 constituted a unique 'Ideas Jam' process that outlined
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possible options, strategies and actions, using the insight of 130 people who developed 50 plus big ideas and 100 plus actions that the District could take to improve the economic, social, and environmental conditions in Hope. Phase 3 is an amalgamation of the research gathered from Phase 1 and 2, as well as the finalized IOCP and Bylaw Development Plan. â€œ2040 seems like a long time from now, but when I see the plan broken down, it all makes senseâ€?, said Brenda Meikle, Hope resident. â€œWhen I look at the projected population number on the board, I think it's low â€” I think more people are going to come to Hopeâ€?.
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News Strahl seeks local art for Ottawa exhibit To promote artists and photographers in Chilliwack and Hope, local Member of Parliament Mark Strahl will be showcasing local art and photos in his Ottawa office in a new monthly exhibit and is encouraging local artists and photographers from across the riding to submit their work. Work will also be featured on Mr. Strahl’s website: www.
markstrahl.com. In accordance with the artist’s wishes, works will be exhibited in the gallery for several weeks before being returned to the artist, donated to local charities, or presented as gifts to the visiting delegations. A new artist will be featured every month. Exhibits will include a write-up of the artist, including a biography and contact informa-
tion, as well as the artist’s social media and website information. Fellow Parliamentarians, as well as visitors from across Canada and around the world, will have an opportunity to take in the works of the many talented artists in Chilliwack-Hope. “This new local art exhibit is an outstanding opportunity to not only promote the beautiful riding of Chilli-
wack-Hope in Ottawa, but also to showcase the incredibly talented artists we have here”, said MP Mark Strahl. “I am pleased to begin receiving submissions, and am particularly looking forward to submissions that highlight the natural beauty of our riding”. Those interested in this opportunity are asked to contact Mr. Strahl’s office for more information.
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The Federal Court of Canada has struck down regulations requiring licensed medical marijuana users to buy from Ottawa-approved growers, giving people the green light to continue growing in the comfort of home. The ruling is suspended for six months, but the four B.C. residents who launched the court challenge had their growing licences protected under an earlier interim order. Thousands of people in B.C. and across Canada received licences to either grow pot themselves or designate someone else to do it, before the Conservative government attempted to restrict production to large commercial growers who sent it by mail. With the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau intent on legalizing recreational marijuana use, Kirk Tousaw, a lawyer for the four, says the latest ruling should "once and for all end the stigmatization and criminalization" for medical users and their providers. "And in addition, all pending criminal cases against medical cannabis producers, patients, growers and dispensaries should be immediately terminated," Tousaw told CTV Wednesday. "There is absolutely no reason in this day and age to continue to prosecute people for helping people improve their quality of life with medical cannabis."
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Federal Court Judge Michael Phelan ruled that preventing people from growing marijuana for medical purposes violates section seven of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which guarantees "the right to life, liberty and security of the person." The court challenge was brought by: • Neil Allard, 61, of Nanaimo, a former counsellor for Veterans Affairs Canada until he was granted medical retirement in 1999 due to "chronic fatigue syndrome." He started growing his own marijuana after finding he was "sensitive to pharmaceutical medication," according to court documents.
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• Tanya Beemish and David Hebert, a couple from Surrey aged 29 and 34. Beemish suffers from type one diabetes and gastroparesis, and smokes or vaporizes two to 10 grams of marijuana a day to relieve nausea, pain, lack of appetite and insomnia. Hebert received a Health Canada license to be her designated grower. • Shawn Davey of Abbotsford, 39, suffered a brain injury in a motor vehicle accident and receives a federal disability pension. He held licences to grow for himself and as a designated grower for others, authorizing him to produce 122 plants indoors and store 5,490 grams at the site of production.
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Students and faculty enjoy a warm lunch as part of a community kitchen program provided by UFV Hope Centre. From left to right: Michelle Vandepol, Jesse Tobacco, Alice Byrd and Leah Felker shared valuable insight with one another about the new food sharing program on campus.
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The picturesque UFV Hope Centre campus opened its doors to The Hope Standard for a bowl of soup and to discuss its unique food sharing program. Students gathered around the campus' kitchen table and spoke candidly of their experience at UFV, and how it has enriched their lives, as well as the benefits of accessibility, increased self-esteem and a sense of comradeship. Hope Centre launched its food share cooperative this year. The program was created to alleviate stigmatization around accessing a food bank during the lean student years, and to promote a healthy standard of food security. “The food sharing program is something we started this September — we wanted to alleviate food insecurity,” said UFV Hope Centre Coordinator Michelle Vandepol. “Students can take a few items one day and bring them back on pay day". Students have the opportunity to share food by trading items in an allotted kitchen cupboard on campus, and bringing them back when they can. This allows the students to help one an-
other cope with the financial worries of working less, raising families, and dealing with tuition. “We determined a need, for one, because they're students working minimum wage jobs — within the organization we knew that there were other food banks on other campuses and we had students assigned to those banks, waiting for delivery in a crisis, and it was a major stress situation. Sometimes all they needed was a can of soup for the night,” said Vandepol. The food sharing program creates a casual environment, where students manage together, much like the community environment alive and well on campus. They ban together to help one another out, through a tight knit networking capacity, whether that be finding a job, or a new place to live. The kitchen is often where the heart is, and a shared community lunch on Wednesday's provides an opportunity for students and teachers to catch up, while enjoying a hearty bowl of chicken soup made by UFV math teacher Danica Matheson. The endearing students seemed at ease with one another.
They were bright and upbeat as they openly discussed their lives and the food sharing program at UFV. Leah Felker is a mature student who finished upgrading this year, graduating at Christmas with her Adult Dogwood diploma. She has been with UFV for two years now, and is taking prep courses to begin her education toward a psychiatric nurse certification. The mother of three finds school a joy that provides a rare patch of time in her busy schedule, as she navigates the campus at Hope Centre.
“The hours are the same as my girls'. It was such a relief to come to school, it was like my time you know — I never really took time for myself before, now this is like my break, my relaxation,” she told The Hope Standard. The straight A student enjoys the small class sizes and the accessibility of the location, as well as the convenience of the food sharing progam. “If you don't have dinner prepared for one night, it's great. My girls have skating twice a week, so if you don't have time to go
to the grocery store it's there — it's come in handy many, many times,” she said. “I've brought lots of food to that cupboard and taken lots of food from that cupboard.” Alice Byrd is currently the oldest Hope Centre student at 53 and has found the entire experience to be uplifting as well as confidence boosting. “I've had to participate with the food bank and I'm not necessarily fond of it it, but here I can exchange the food, and it goes to somebody who needs it.”
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Byrd is finishing her grade 12, and looking toward a career working in addictions and recovery. “UFV is absolutely fabulous, I came from a grade seven education, thought I would try it, and it has been wonderful. The staff here are amazing,” she said. Hope Centre has three full time teachers including Danica Matheson, Kevin Renso and Mark Friesen that make the experience at UFV all the more rewarding. The expertise of the instructors in their fields is remarkable and the one on one attention has been profound to the learning success of the students. Byrd is also working full time at the Swiss Chalet Motel in Hope and taking online courses, which she finds somewhat difficult as an auditory and visual learner, but access to instructors has eased her mind regarding some of those difficulties. “For me, it's size. I'm really unsure of myself in a large crowd, so having that access to one on one is invaluable to me. It's one of
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UFV Hope Centre coordinator Michelle Vandepol dishes up some hot chicken soup, as part of the campus’ new food sharing program.
the major reasons I've been able to stay committed to what I want to do and to believe in myself enough to know that I can do it,” she said. For Byrd, the experience is about learning to communicate effectively with others and to become an active listener, so that she can better help people. “Let's put it this way, I have confidence now,” she said of her time spent at UFV. Jesse Tobacco is a new student at Hope
Centre and is currently upgrading her math and English, so that she can move on to bigger and better things, like following her artistic inclinations and dreams. “I think I would stick with UFV in the future, I don't know what the other campuses are like, but the best thing about this one is that it's small,” she said. “I'm from the city and I've never gone to school in the inner city, it's always been super small classes, and I'm very
accustomed to that.” With students juggling so many priorities, the programs at UFV Hope Centre offer them a lifeline. “If you're waiting to get your degree, you're probably working a couple of minimum wage jobs already, and if you're a mature student you probably have family obligations as well, so if by having the food sharing program we can eliminate some of the stress all the better” said Vandepol.
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The spring in our step I don’t think Justin Trudeau can take credit, “Sunny Ways” aside, but the weather around here lately has been positively breathtaking. OK, maybe more like breath restoring as it feels like one comes alive as one strolls outside taking in a big gulp of fresh air that suddenly seems in abundance after too much grey for too long, even though it wasn’t long at all by Canadian standards. There’s a spring in everyone’s step it seems as the brain awakens to what life can be once again once it’s nice outside. Not that winter activities are gone, the beauty of those big snowfalls is that spring skiing will be even better, it’s just that one starts to think of one’s golf swing and some lucky individuals have even been out already. Of course Mother Nature always has her own agenda and a teaser of better things to come can always be followed by a winter wallop so stay tuned. I’m pretty sure that’s where that lamb, lion thing for the month of March comes in, duh. Bottom line? Enjoy the great weather while you can. I’m one of those idiots who still thinks the Canucks have a chance, although outside at best, of making the playoffs. Then again, that might be part of the spring fever item I discussed earlier. I always find it
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funny how when the Canucks lose a couple in a row, especially at home, it’s “trade the Sedins, blow up the team, let the kids play, fire the coach, bring back Luongo, bring back the orange uniforms, bring back Harold Snepsts.” OK, I might be exaggerating slightly about Snepsts but I always liked him and the way he played. And then when the Canucks win a couple in a row it’s “hey, these kids can play, and they’re learning so much from the Sedins, and the future looks bright and wait until next year when the kids are all a little bit better.” Unfortunately, unless they run the table, it is most likely ‘next year’ at this point and they may even trade a few veterans for draft picks before the end of the month just to emphasize the point. However, as it stands today, it looks like the Canucks will have lots of company as the other five Canadian teams are also on the outside looking in at the playoffs. The likely prospect of the Leafs, Habs, Jets, Oilers, Canucks and Flames all missing the playoffs must be a little more than disconcerting for the Canadian television networks. However, for the rest of us, that’s where the great spring weather comes in. So, get out and enjoy it, Black Press
Bowing to the power of judges B.C. VIEWS Tom Fletcher One of the great enduring legacies of Pierre Trudeau’s time as prime minister is the legal supremacy of the individual, as articulated in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. We are seeing this played out with greater force than ever today, by an activist high court that swatted aside Stephen Harper’s attempts to restrain it, and now orders a meek, politically correct Justin Trudeau government to do its bidding. The Federal Court decreed last week that people have the right to grow their own “medical” marijuana. This ruling is unlikely to be appealed, given that Trudeau the Younger is committed to legaliz-
ing marijuana for everyone. There are conditions that show measurable relief from marijuana products, such as glaucoma or the nausea and loss of appetite associated with cancer treatments. But much of the so-called medical marijuana industry is based on unsubstantiated claims about an inconsistent herbal remedy that hasn’t been studied much because it’s been illegal. The Federal Court case involves four people from B.C., which boasts more than half of the contested medical marijuana growing licences issued across the country. One of the petitioners suffers from a vaguely defined condition known as “chronic fatigue syndrome,” which led to a disability pension from a federal civil service job at age 45. The judge cited no research to support the claim that sitting around smoking dope all day re-
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lieves this condition. Indeed it defies common sense that a set of symptoms with no identified cause, which might be confused with what we used to call laziness, would be alleviated by chronic consumption of a drug that promotes eating chips and watching TV. But we peasants aren’t supposed to question our monarchs, especially those in erminetrimmed red robes at the Supreme Court of Canada. That court has decreed that our charter, which in Section 7 protects the “right to life, liberty and security of the person,” includes a right to have a doctor’s help to commit suicide. Euthanasia has been re-branded as “assisted dying” by all the most “progressive” countries, and Canada has been given a firm deadline to join the club. (Meanwhile, the term “right to
life” is all but banned from university campuses, to minimize the risk of a coarse literal interpretation that it means, you know, a right to life.) A Liberal-dominated committee of MPs and senators has recommended full-throttle implementation, not restricted to terminal illness and including mental conditions such as depression and dementia. The majority suggested even “mature minors” should have this new right. The politicians support allowing doctors to opt out of cases they won’t condone, as long as they provide a referral to another doctor. In Belgium, one of the pioneers of this brave new world, most of the growing number of euthanasia patients have had cancer. But as The New Yorker magazine reported in a ground-breaking article last summer, others have been euthanized because of autism, anorexia,
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Letters Flooding ditches a concern Just south of Flood Hope Road, just a few hundred yards from the Fraser River, the Trans Mountain pipeline runs in a ditch that has not been properly excavated, and de-bushed, for decades this whole area is a flood plain. Here the pipe will inevitably be broken, during the emergency highway repairs when the culverts for this ditch (grown over, see above) stop working and flood this the Trans Canada highway, the major artery into Vancouver for thousands of semi trucks and passenger vehicles, every day. A shut-down of this highway for even a few hours is a huge economic event. In the distance is
the site of a rockfall onto the pipeline just after construction, 62 years ago (Wilson reference). This will also soon happen again. The Trans Mountain pipeline should have been re-routed around this ditch location, long ago. Kinder Morgan should now be required to do so, by the National Energy Board, during the summer season. Waiting for a winter heavy rain "perfect storm" catastrophe, is not responsible Federal regulation. I shake my head every time I go past this spot, which is dozens of times every year. Every ditch in B.C., except this one, is swamped out on a regular basis David Ellis
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Borrow and spend, an irresponsible method The current Federal Liberal Governments plan of borrow and spend is not only fiscally irresponsible, it's future damage to Canada's economy may prove to be insurmountable. The fact is, that our current debt of approximately $700 billion, is now costing the Canadian Taxpayer about $34 billion per year in interest payments alone. That $34 billion, would be more than enough to stimulate Canada's economy, and thrust us far and beyond any other country’s economy in the world. Instead, because of past Governments, including the Liberals, irresponsible spending, and lack of forward economic creativity, we are now approaching an area
of possible economic failure. Liberal economists preach about stimulating the economy, on the pretext of infrastructure spending, all be it with borrowed money, because interest rates are low. Well, interest rates have already begun to rise south of the border, so you know, we are not far behind here. This just goes to show how they lack any creative financial concept, or foresight, whatsoever. They are constantly harping how the low cost of energy exports, have depleted their coffers. At the same time, challenging themselves to lower our carbon footprint to avoid a climate catastrophe. They do this, while
at the same time, financial experts, and climate scientists, are telling us that the greatest economic opportunity the world will ever see lies in the conversion to clean and renewable energy systems. Obviously, their loyalty to the fossil fuel industry is their primary concern. They are still talking about getting fossil fuels to tide water, even though, it would cost them more to do so, compared to its worth. They are still talking about building LNG Plants, even though Asia, their target market, can buy it cheaper from Russia, than we can even get it out of the ground for. This Governments pathetic agenda is only placing us on the edge of an economic
Heartfelt thanks I wish to express my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the person who handed my daughter’s wallet to the RCMP on February second. Your honest and timely action saved her an ocean of trouble as she was flying home to Australia that day to resume her schooling. Your integrity is so encouraging and appreciated. Peter May
abyss. Now is the time to start converting in a serious way. All the technologies exist, for Canada to become an innovated and economic world leader. Solar, wind, geothermal, and save our fossil fuel for manufacturing components. Instead of selling off our raw resources, we should be processing and manufacturing them right here in Canada, making them value added, instead of exporting out all of our jobs. It just goes to show how little talent our politicians have, and how corrupt they have seemed to become, as their loyalties lie mainly with multinational corporations. It seems that their main concerns are for themselves, and get-
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ting re-elected, over the well being of the Canadian constituency. Art Green
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Arts & Entertainment
COFFEE with COUNCIL
Hope Pact goes Burlesque
Join Mayor & Council for coffee and conversation! Get updates on District happenings, or simply discuss what’s on your mind. The ½rst “Coffee with Council” session will be held:
Monday, March 14, 2016
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm District Hall Council Chambers 325 Wallace Street, Hope, BC Questions? Please contact Wendy Dalman, Deputy Corporate Of¼cer, at 604.869.5671
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Hope Performing Arts Community Theatre (Hope Pact) is pleased to announce that Burlesque class is on Tuesday's at 6 p.m. Burlesque traditionally features provocative humour, slapstick comedy, outlandish songs, and scantily clad females. The group is currently working on a black and white dance, using visual effects, and a titillating chair dance. “Rather than do the expected striptease numbers associated with Burlesque, we go back to the time when ankles were a suggestive body part,” said Hope Pact director and teacher Cheryl-Lynne Lacey. The Burlesque class features music from the 2010 movie ‘Burlesque’ starring Cher, an eclectic mix of country and western, Crocodile Rock and Uptown Funk. Geared toward humour, the booty shaking, bold and uninhib-
A pair of traditional Burlesque boots help performers get into the mood.
ited style of Burlesque is open to all ages, from teens to seniors. Mother and daughter teams are also welcome. The group performed at the Hope Legion as an addition to singer Mat Dufus' show in November. The infectious act
had audience members up and dancing with performers. “Our goal is to have women increase their self-esteem, take a risk and have fun while doing it — I always say, just get in touch with your inner Burlesque”
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Members of Hope Pact enjoy delighting crowds with their zany behaviour, outlandish costumes, and zeal for the stage.
MARCH 3 CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Sold at a higher price 8. Instill fear 13. Can be domesticated 14. Oohed and ___ 15. Make too simple 19. Plutonium 20. Necessary for breathing 21. Make happy 22. Mythological bird 23. A baglike structure in a plant or animal 24. Put on __ 25. Type of dough 26. Blushed 30. Celestial object 31. Point __ National Seashore 32. Purplish red 33. Towards the mouth or oral region
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2. Delicacy 3. Punish with an arbitrary penalty 4. Household god (Roman) 5. Public television station 6. __ Lilly, drug company 7. Degraded 8. Free from danger 9. Low bank or reef of coral 10. Exclamation of surprise 11. Lies down in rest 12. Give an education to 16. Provides 17. Fat from a pig 18. Belonging to a thing 22. Branches of a bone 25. Having a cheerless aspect or disposition 27. Edema (archaic) 28. Bo __, “10” 29. Unfledged or nestling hawk
30. Surrenders 32. Type of dessert 34. Planted with trees 35. Washington town 36. Listen in 37. Inwardly 38. Chinese province 40. Garrison 41. Converts thermal energy to mechanical work 42. Holy people 44. Lowest point between two peaks 46. Boundaries 48. Utter obscenities 51. ___ and cheese 52. Member of the cuckoo family 53. Type of microscope 54. ___ and Barbie 56. Michigan
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said Lacey. The youngest performer in the group is 17 and the oldest is an impressive 83. “You are never too old, or too young to dance, share, network, drink wine (if you are old enough) and laugh with other women,” she said. Hope Pact recently extended an invitation to the women of Hope to join up and explore new possibilities, adventure, and to have a good time. “So women of all ages, put on your 'big girl panties' and come out and have some fun!” The group is also recruiting volunteers to help with sound, production, advertising and all things theatre for their upcoming Grand Ole Oprey show. For more information please contact Cheryl-Lynne Lacey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-869-2431.
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Fishing derby benefits ecosystem The Lions Club is pleased to announce the arrival of the annual Cultus Lake Pikeminnow Fishing Derby on June 18, 2016. Club branches in Deroche, Harrison Mills, Lillooet, Chilliwack and Hope will be hosting the traditional event. The event was previously organized by the Cultus Lake Aquatic Stewardship Strategy (CLASS) team. "They were having a hard time with volunteers so the Lions Clubs in the local zone decided to help out and make the event a zone project," Scott Medlock, Hope Lions Club president told The Hope Standard. The Pikeminnow is an invasive species that feeds on the eggs of salmon. The Derby is held on the Saturday before Father's Day because that weekend allows for free fishing with no license required. Thousands of fish are caught and eliminated from the lake during the event, helping with the local eco system and the lifecycle of the spawning salmon.
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Avid young fishermen cast their lines into Cultus Lake, hoping to catch a big one, while helping the ecosystem in the water.
Youth, sight, eradicating hunger, poverty and the environment are four initiatives currently being addressed by the organization. “This fishing derby fits well with the environmental initiative that Lions international is promoting around the world — we look forward to working with class members
who have hosted this fishing derby in the past,” said Medlock. "For those fishers who have participated in this derby in past years, we hope you will be back this year.” Pre registration for the event will take place at Hope Outdoors. More details will be released as the event nears and any informa-
tion can be obtained by calling Scott Medlock at 604-750-8648. Lions International will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2017, the milestone event will commemorate the service the club has provided over the years, while looking ahead to the undertaking of more projects in its separate communities.
Organized Avalanche Response team Hope Sear and Rescue (HSAR) members recently went to Manning Park to embark on snowshoe training. “This is part of our search team commitment and some members use this training as preparation for their three day Organized Avalanche Response Team Member training course, which will be undertaken this weekend at Mount Seymour,” said HSAR manager Mario Levesque. The course provides partici-
pants with the skills necessary to safely respond to avalanche incidents as part of an interagency team in potentially unstable terrain. This blended course is delivered via online introductory modules followed by a face to face classroom and field portion. The focus of the course is on organized avalanche search and rescue techniques such as wanding, probing, searching and shovelling. The course also touches on
aspects of higher Incident Command System (ICS) functions in Organized Avalanche Response (OAR) operations, group safety measures, specialized equipment used in avalanche response and on post-rescue duties. The course is intended for SAR volunteers who will respond in potentially unstable terrain. To learn more about this event, please contact Mario at email@example.com, or 604-869-7214
THANK YOU to the Hope employers who hosted Work Experience Placements for our first Community Employment Program.
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Savings grants expanded to include more eligible children The province of B.C. extends $1,200 in funds to 40,000 new individuals The provincial government expanded the B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant (BCTESG) to include children born in 2006 and in the process extend the $1,200 education grant to 40,000 more eligible British Columbian kids. Previously, the grant was only available for children born in 2007 or later. Families saving for their eligible children’s post-
secondary education now have access to an additional $1,200. “It can be hard for parents to start saving for their children’s university education, but it’s so critical to begin saving as early as possible—and make it routine,” says Kay Gandham, branch manager, Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union. “This grant is a great way
for parents to jumpstart that crucial savings behaviour.” While the BCTESG is a one-time grant of $1,200, there is a limited window for the application. “Parents need to be aware there is only three years to apply from the day their child turns six,” says Gandham. “The child also needs to be a beneficiary of a regis-
tered education savings plan to be eligible. A financial expert can help make sense of RESP options available and get it set up fairly quickly.” As the BCETSG was introduced last year, Gandham recommends parents get more information about the application process and eligibility on the government’s website at http://www.gov.bc.ca/BCTESG.
“I feel strongly that by listening to people, we are making better project decisions.” - Lexa Hobenshield, External Relations Manager, Kinder Morgan Canada
For more than four years, we’ve worked together with our neighbours and local communities to hear what they have to say about our proposed pipeline expansion. By listening closely and having an open dialogue, we’ve been able to create a stronger, safer and more responsive project. We are working to meet all the requirements of the regulators, as well as consulting with communities, Indigenous people, government agencies and municipalities – and we’ll continue to work with them throughout development, construction and operations. We know how critical it is to get this right. Most importantly, we’re acting on what we hear with signiﬁcant changes to the Project.
How feedback has resulted in a stronger, safer and better project: • • • • • • •
A $100 million investment in the West Coast Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC) for marine safety enhancements. A commitment to offset any greenhouse gas emissions resulting from construction. An increase in safety valves along the pipeline from 94 to 126. An increase in pipeline wall thickness in sensitive areas, such as urban locations and at river crossings. Routing of the pipeline to avoid 22 crossings at ﬁsh-inhabited rivers including the Fraser, upper North Thompson, Albreda, Coldwater and Coquihalla. Routing to avoid environmentally sensitive areas, such as Cheam Wetlands and three BC Class A parks. Routing of the pipeline to minimize community impacts to the Westsyde neighbourhood in Kamloops and the Westridge neighbourhood in Burnaby.
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Early childhood centre opens Seabird Island Band's Early Childhood Centre of Excellence (ECCE) is officially open. The Centre, which will host a majority of Seabird Island's Early Childhood Programs, recently held its official grand opening. It will serve neighbouring communities in and around the Hope area including the Shxw' owhàmel band. “This building, I think for everybody, represents a new day – a fresh, new day that represents our future,” said Carolyne Neufeld, Seabird Island Band’s Director of Health and Social Development. “We create programs and opportunities for our young people, and they rise, because we helped them rise. Today is a happy day, it's a celebration.” The Early Childhood Centre of Excellence building was a dream for more than 10 years, but there was no ability to go after the necessary capital funding. When that opportunity came a couple of years ago, the Seabird Island Band Health & Social Development Department got its proposal ready and was eventually
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Sophie (left) and Gracyn enjoy a bit of lunch in one of the many programs offered to children at the Centre.
successful in receiving the necessary funding to move forward. “It’s such a wonderful feeling to move into a building where not only our children will be playing and have this as a resource, and all of the services it will provide and the opportunities for the kids to grow—but also that we’re moving in with a largely First Nations staff, which is a huge accomplishment,” said Neufeld. “I think from that, we will now be able to look at stronger ways to support cultural
practices. We see it (in conjunction) with wanting the resurgence of our language. I think our creativity will blossom here.” The Early Childhood Centre of Excellence gives Seabird the opportunity to double child care seating— one of the conditions of building the Centre. As for amenities, the ECCE building will be very interactive. It has a climbing wall which folds up against the wall when not in use, a SMART board, a full kitchen, offices for staff, meet-
ing rooms, and vast play areas with all the games and toys necessary to allow staff to fully engage children. “We have all of our programs in one spot now, so it’s a onestop shop for parents. If they need speech, we’ve got a special room where they can have quiet time, if they need supported child care, if they need extra support, it’s all done in one building,” said Carlene Brown, Seabird Island Band’s Early Childhood Program Manager.”
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Appointment Andrew Franklin, Director of Digital Development is pleased to announce the appointment of Laura Baziuk as B.C. Digital Editor.
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Read Right Society is bringing financial literacy to Hope through the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s (FCAC) Financial Basics Workshop. Financial Literacy is having the “knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible financial decisions (FCAC).” “People often think financial literacy is knowing how to set up Tax Free Savings Accounts, GICs and Mutual Funds, but it is much more than that,” said Jodi McBride, Read Right Society’s Executive Director. “It’s knowing how to manage your money regardless of what your income is; It’s knowing the difference between needs and wants and how to budget your life, from rent to buying a latte or groceries. It’s knowing how to create realistic financial goals and achieve them.” The eight-week series includes: budgeting, financial planning, saving and investing, credit and debt management, cost of living, needs versus wants and protecting your finances and identity. Participants will receive a student workbook and be guided through practical exercises to understand how money works and how to set and work toward goals. In 2015, Statistics Canada said the debt-to-income ratio of Canadian households was 163.3 per cent, meaning for every dollar Canadians earn, they owe $1.63 in debt. In the Fraser Cascade Region, which includes Hope, 49.7 per cent of residents spend 30 per cent or more of their income on their rent or mortgage and the average family income is just over $57,000.00 (BC Stats 2012). “These numbers tell a story of the financial situation in Hope and area, and the importance of having
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strong financial literacy skills throughout all stages of life,” said McBride. “Our Financial Basics Workshop is for young adults and adults and will teach foundational skills to manage their income and make wise financial decisions.” Read Right Society’s Financial Basics Workshop is funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education and the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada and is free to participants. The workshop is on Thursdays from March 3 to April 21 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.. To register or for more information contact Read Right Society: 604-860-0510 or 604-860-3984. Read Right Society is a registered non-profit, established in 2008, that promotes life skill literacy programs that acknowledge people’s needs and work together to teach skills and empower others to fulfill those needs. In this way, we become more than we can be by ourselves, and as a community can be something we are all proud of.
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Yoga instructor Monica Cummins (centre), leads a chair yoga class at the Rec Centre. The adaptive class improves students’ mobility, clarity of mind, and relaxation levels.
in Hope has offered chair yoga for many years, according to assistant manager Mandy Arbuckle. “The poses practiced in chair yoga are often adaptations of Hatha yoga poses,” she said. Hatha yoga's earliest known beginnings date back to the eighth century. The word “Hatha” comes from “Ha” which means sun, and “Tha” which means moon. Chair yoga is an option for people that want to try a more gentle approach and might be struggling
with limited mobility, strength, flexibility or injury. Age can be a factor, sedentary lifestyle, or unused muscles are all reasons for utilizing the enhanced benefits of a chair. This type of yoga can be a starting off point for people until they've achieved more knowledge about the practice, strength and flexibility. The aided discipline might be a consideration for people who are suffering from physical disabilities, or coping with arthritis, diabetes, pre-
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Yoga, the word invokes images of sleek bodies in varying poses, yoga mats, and of course a yogi encouraging balance, and promoting flexibility. Traditional yoga involves the mind and the ability to use the body as a tool to create improved health, emotional well-being, and enhanced clarity. There is an adaptive method that allows people who are just starting out, or have limited mobility to access the benefits of yoga, using a more gentle approach. Chair yoga. What is that, one might ask? This adaptive method has been around for quite some time, and offers an alternative and unique style of yoga that uses a chair instead of a yoga mat. The chair acts as an extension of the body, as yoga positions are adapted to the use of the chair. The student can safely warm up the body, and practice poses with increased support and stability. The Recreation Centre
diabetes, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, or scoliosis to name a few. Chair yoga addresses issues and habitual patterns such as poor posture, tight muscles, crunched neck, wrist issues (carpel tunnel), disc injuries, osteopenia (low bone mass), obesity, and lung disease. By creating new muscle memory the student can shed bad habits, while instilling new ones, and relieving symptoms of old injuries. “Chair yoga has been a popular class among residents of Hope and those in the surrounding areas for many years,” said Arbuckle. "The Recreation Centre has been fortunate to have had some great instructors who have led this class and contributed to its long standing success." Yoga posturing allows for a greater blood flow to the body, and with implementation of breathing exercises, helps create a greater sense of overall well-being. “Chair yoga is typically well attended by the senior population, however, people of all ages can benefit from this class,” said Arbuckle. “This class can be a great option for those who are just getting back to the gym or starting a new fitness plan after a period away.” Monica Cummins, the Recreation Centre's present chair yoga instructor, brings a variety of experience to the class as a registered yoga teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. "I enjoy teaching chair yoga, as I feel the benefits of yoga as a technique to optimize health on all levels, should be available to anyone and everyone, regardless of age, fitness level, or injuries. The greatest feeling is when you see improvement in a student's mobility, stress level, or mindset," she said.
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Sports Little champions light up the Kindergarten Winter Olympics Barry Stewart Hope Standard
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Coquihalla Elementary’s kindergarten students had their own version of the Winter Olympics last Friday as they completed relay races that simulated Olympics events. Top: After Ms. Williams yelled “Go!” Christina Taylor and Preston McLean took off on their skeleton sleds. Bottom left: Mariela Martinez (left) and Joelle Kim demonstrate how to ‘ice dance’ under the direction of Ms. Williams. Bottom right: Brynn Dougall proudly receives her gold medal, while Logan Francis waits his turn.
we would be doing the real thing — but I got a picture of her doing it and she was smiling. The kindie version of the skeleton race was kids lying on their tummies on four-wheeled scooter boards, powering themselves down to the end wall and back.
The ‘bobsled race’ used the same scooters but one child sat while the other pushed. At the end wall, they switched roles. Other events included the biathlon, where students slid their feet on bean bags, simulating cross-country skiing, then ‘shot’ the
bean bags at the end wall before running back. There was also a hockey relay and ice dance relay, including twirls and jumps with a partner. No standings were taken and every child got a medal at the closing ceremony, followed by the singing
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of O Canada. “You could see the smiles on the kids’ faces when the parents came over to sing the anthem,” said Williams. “They felt so successful. This was their first chance to do relays and they did so well. “The support we get from the families is
awesome,” she added. “They were so willing to help with the teams and cleaning up.” Williams may drop by to watch the event next year — but she won’t be organizing it. “I’m retiring, so I’ve given all the paper work to Adrienne,” said Williams. “I’ve taught since
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1975 — some part-time for maternity — but I always taught, every year.” Williams started her career in Fort Nelson, followed by 41 years of service at Silver Creek and Coquihalla elementary schools. “This is my fortyfifth year,” she said. “It’s been a great ride!”
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Coquihalla teachers Teresa Williams and Adrienne Robinson held their annual kindergarten Winter Olympics last Friday — without any snow or ice. The event was started in 2010, when Vancouver hosted the Winter Olympics. Kids marched into the gym, led by torch relay runners with their uniforms and (unlit) torches: Hans Jeschek, Kate Zabel and myself, followed by flag bearers. The miniOlympians then lined up in teams for relay races that simulated real events, while parents and grandparents cheered them on. As in past years, Williams prepared her students by showing them a video of actual races. “The kids were so excited, the week before, counting ‘how many sleeps before Sports Day,” said Williams. Well… most of the kids were excited. At least one of them was very worried. “One girl didn’t want to go in the skeleton race,” said Williams, laughing. “She thought
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No length of time, no lapse of years can dim our dear ones past, For loving thoughts still hold him dear, And will while memory lasts. Always in our thoughts, Mom, Dad & Pat
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WESTBROOK, Katie Marie 1932-2016 A Celebration of Life for Katie Westbrook will be held on March 12, 2016 at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 228, 344 Fort St, Hope BC at 1:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society.
CARDS OF THANKS
A big thank you to all who sent their good wishes for my quick recovery. I was overwhelmed by the many offers of help and appreciate all of the assistance I have received. I am getting along well and hope that I will soon be back to my usual activities. Johanna Coughlin
Thank you to all the hospital staff who looked after my brother Shilo Reavie. They were kind and caring. Also a huge thank you to The Courtyard family and hospice members for all the help they extended to me, in this difficult time. Bonnie Sacht
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REGAN, Donald A longtime resident of Hope for more than 45 years has passed away. Donald Allen Regan died Feb. 4, 2016 in Abbotsford Regional Hospital at the age of 75. He leaves his son Anthony, a daughter Kimberley and two grandchildren as well as sisters Marie and Murriel and brother Barrie in Nova Scotia. He was the grandson of Surrey pioneers. Condolences can be sent care of Box 311 Surrey, BC V3T 5B6
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR RECREATION, CULTURE & AIRPARK SERVICES The Fraser Valley Regional District has the following positions available for Recreation, Culture and Airpark Services located in Hope, BC:
Competition #2016-13 - Daycare Attendant (Part-Time)
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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dorothy Gladys Code on February 27, 2016 at the age of 97 years. Dorothy was born on July 20, 2018 in Eston Saskatchewan. She is predeceased by 7 brothers who all served in the Canadian forces in WWII. Dorothy was known for her strong, proud, independent personality, her love of plants and her amazing memory of dates and birthdays and she never missed sending her love on that special day. She will be greatly missed by her children: Dennis (Sharon), Lois, Barbara, Merrill, Reginald and Hope Faye, along with all of her grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and endless friends. The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at the Fraser Canyon Hospital in Hope, BC. A special thanks to Karen Severn and Kathy Doran for their extraordinary efforts and compassion. Dorothy was loved by all who knew her and she will be remembered. Dorothy’s wishes were not to mourn her loss, but to remember and celebrate her life. There will not be a service at her request. Donations can be made in Dorothy’s memory to the Canadian Cancer soceity.
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Love Mama, Papa & Auntie
Sunshine Lanes Hope Recreation Centre Atwal’s Pizza & Tandoori House Panago Pizza Subway (downtown Hope) Hope Pizza Hope Dairy Queen
Without your goods and services our Math Challenge wouldn’t have been the same. Ron MacDonald
109 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Thank you to these local businesses who supported Silver Creek Elementary’s Math Challenge • • •
The successful candidates must be available for shifts from 4 to 8 hours in duration, anytime between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m., and/or split shifts and temporary shifts, inclusive of evenings, weekends and some holidays.
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GUNS • KNIVES • MILITARIA ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE Saturday, March 19, 2016, 9am-5pm Sunday, March 20, 2016, 9am-3pm Heritage Park 44140 Luckakuck Way Chilliwack, BC (Exit 116 off Highway 1) WE SUPPORT THE CANADIAN CANCER “KID’S CAMP” AND CKNW ORPHAN’S FUND General Admission: $5 • Parking by donation • ATM on site
For further details on these positions and the Fraser Valley Regional District please visit our website at www.fvrd.ca. If you are interested in applying for any of these positions, please submit your resume, along with a cover letter. Please quote the applicable Competition Number and send, in confidence, by the requested deadline to email@example.com or mail to: Human Resources Department Fraser Valley Regional District 45950 Cheam Avenue Chilliwack, BC V2P 1N6 or fax confidentially to: 604-702-5461
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Thursday, March 3, 2016, Hope Standard A15 EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION 131
Stay Home / Home Care Home care and personal care with over 30 years nursing experience. Registered business for 7 years. $25/hr
POLE BARNS, Shops, steel buildings metal clad or fabric clad. Complete supply and installation. Call John at 403-998-7907; firstname.lastname@example.org
Interior & Exterior. Additions, Repairs & Strata Improvements. Also fences, decks, sheds, garages & wood planters. 604-690-3327
329 PAINTING & DECORATING www.paintspecial.com
Call Fay 604-869-9700
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
778-322-2378 Lower Mainland 604-996-8128 Fraser Valley Running this ad for over 12yrs
PAINT SPECIAL 3 rooms for $299
2 coats any colour
Need a garage or room cleaned out? Need your yard cleaned up? $10.25 /hr
(Ceiling & Trim extra) Price incls
Cloverdale High Performance paint. NO PAYMENT until Job is completed. Ask us about our Laminate Flooring.
Call Ian 604-869-9700
MISC. FOR SALE
REFORESTATION NURSERY SEEDLINGS of hardy trees, shrubs, & berries for shelterbelts or landscaping. Spruce & Pine from $0.99/tree. Free Shipping. Replacement guarantee. 1-866-873-3846 or www.treetime.ca SAWMILLS from only $4,397 MAKE MONEY & SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT
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Have Unwanted Firearms?
PERSONAL SERVICES 338 182
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Full Service Plumbing from Parker Dean. Fast, reliable, 24/7 service. Take $50 off your next job if you present this ad. Vancouver area. 1-800-573-2928
Have unwanted or inherited firearms in your possession? Don’t know how to dispose of them safely and legally? Contact Wanstalls and we will come and pick them up and pay you fair value for them. Wanstalls has been proudly serving the Lower Mainland firearms community since 1973. We are a government licensed firearms business with fully certified verifiers, armorers and appraisers.
Call today to set up an appointment 604-467-9232
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Wanstalls Tactical & Sporting Arms
REAL ESTATE 633 MOBILE HOMES & PARKS
JUNK REMOVAL By RECYCLE-IT! 604.587.5865 www.recycleitcanada.ca
283 GUTTERS & DOWNSPOUTS GUTTER & ROOF Cleaning/Power Washing since 1982. WCB/Liability insurance. Simon, 604-230-0627
To Place An Ad
CATS GALORE, TLC has for adoption spayed & neutered adult cats. 604-309-5388 / 604-856-4866 NEED A GOOD HOME for a good dog or a good dog for a good home? We adopt dogs! Call 604856-3647 or www.856-dogs.com
New SRI Manufactured homes Singles $74,900. Doubles $99,900. PARK SPACES AVAILABLE REPOSSESSIONS 1974-2010 www.glenbrookhomes.net Chuck 604-830-1960 Trades. Financing. Permits.
WANTED TO RENT
HOPE, 1 bdrm apt., newer, $600/ mon., includes hot water, N/S. Call 604-819-6122 or 604-819-6422
LOOKING FOR a 1 bdrm apt. with balcony. N/S, non-drinking quiet person. Call Karen 604-869-0932
HOPE, 2 bdrm apt., adult oriented complex, 4 appliances, newly reno’d, electric heat, N/S, N/P. (604)869-9402 or 604-869-1432
HOPE, 2 bdrm apt, fireplace, elevator in building, 2 bath, $750/month, 55+. Call (604)860-2158
SCRAP CAR REMOVAL
733 MOBILE HOMES & PADS
HOPE, Silver Hope Mobile Park. Cabin, Mobile homes, and R/V pads for monthly rentals, cable included. Call (604)869-1203 or (604)860-0652
HOMES FOR RENT
HOPE, 1 bdrm furnished or unfurnished mobile home in a Senior’s Community. We are part of the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program. Call Gale 604-860-3578 HOPE, Large Mobile Home, 14’ wide, 2 bdrm with large patio, in Senior’s community. We are part of the crime free multi-housing program. Available immediately. Call Gale 604-860-3578
HOPE, Large, bright & updated 1 bdrm bsmt suite in house near Kawkawa lake. Private entrance, shared laundry. Utilities, internet & satellite incl. Ref. req. Avail. now. No pets. $700/mon. + deposit. Call 604-217-5358
Advertise your garage sale in the classiﬁeds. We’ll give you all the tools you need to have a great sale and results are guaranteed. Find a new owner for your old car. It’s easy. You’re in the driver’s seat when you take out an ad in the classiﬁeds. Call us today! 604-869-2421
CHILDREN WHO WITNESS ABUSE PROGRAM FACILITATOR The Hope & Area Transition Society is a non-profit organization providing services and programs to individuals affected by social issues. The Society is seeking applications for a term position in the Children Who Witness Abuse program.
This position entails the worker to perform their position with little or no supervision. The preferred candidate will have: • CWWA Levels 1 -3 and/or training in CWWA program or the equivalent experience in working with children • Post secondary training and experience working with families in crisis • Motivation, initiative, flexibility, and the ability to make sound decisions • Strong understanding of the dynamics of family violence • Ability to coordinate and organize groups, presentations and one-on-one sessions • Non-judgmental approach to supporting women and their families, strong listening & communication skills (written & verbal), and conflict resolution skills is necessary • Valid driver’s license, dependable vehicle and willingness to carry extra insurance
Hours: Part-time flexible Closing: March 31, 2016 Start Date: ASAP
Respect for diversity as reflected in our community is a must
Only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.
KEY TRACK AUTO SALES Abbotsford 30255 Cedar Lane DL# 31038 604-855-0666
33166 South Fraser Way DL# 40083 778-908-5888 2003 FORD FOCUS 4 dr, auto, Aircared, STK#545, $2,900. 2004 DODGE CARAVAN 7psgr, loaded STK#525 $2,900. 2002 HONDA ACCORD 2dr, auto, loaded, STK#648 $3,900. 2003 HONDA ODYSSEY 7psg full load, runs good, Aircared STK#530 $3,900. 2007 CHEV UPLANDER 7 psg fully loaded. STK#473 $4,500. 2004 MAZDA 3 Auto, 4 dr, Only this wk! STK#673 $4,900. 2005 FORD EXPLORER Full load, 7psg, 4X4, auto. Only this week. STK#773. $5,900.
WAREHOUSE LIEN ACT Whereas CHRISTIAN MISCHA SMITH of 3952 Hwy 97A, Grindrod BC V0E 1Y0 is indebted to HOPE TOWING LTD for the sum of $4064.28 for storage, parts, labour, towing plus publication of this notice, on a 2001 FORD ESCAPE, VIN#1FMYU01171KB79931 and the said sum ought to have been paid and have not been paid, notice is herby given that on March 14, 2016, a date not less than 14 days after the first publication of this notice at 1:00 o’clock in the afternoon the vehicle will be sold. Bids on the aforementioned vehicle will be received by the office of Hope Towing Ltd up to 1:00 pm on March 14, 2016. The vehicle may be inspected at Hope Towing Ltd, 1060 5th Ave, Hope BC.
WAREHOUSE LIEN ACT Whereas C KEAY INVESTMENTS LTD of 100 Golden Dr., Coquitlam BC V3K 6T1 is indebted to HOPE TOWING LTD for the sum $9471.76 for storage, parts, labour, towing plus publication of this notice, on a 1996 WABASH NAT SEMI TRAILER, VIN # 1JJE482S1TL312961 and the said sum ought to have been paid and have not been paid, notice is hereby given that on March 14, 2016 a date not less than 14 days after the first publication of this notice at 1:00 o’clock in the afternoon the vehicle will be sold. Bids on the aforementioned vehicle will be received by the office of Hope Towing Ltd up to 1:00 pm on March 14, 2016. The vehicle may be inspected at Hope Towing Ltd. 1060 5th Ave, Hope, BC.
Financing Available www.keytrackautosales.ca
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This is a career opportunity for a results-driven individual looking to contribute to one of the fastest growing communities.
This week’s puzzle answers!
The ideal candidate should be a strong communicator, well organized, self motivated and enjoy working in a fast-pace environment. The ability to multi-task and meet deadlines is a must. Previous media sales experience is preferred. A car and a valid driver’s license are required. The Now Newspaper offers a competitive salary plus commissions, car allowance and a FRPSHWLWLYHEHQH¿WVSDFNDJH The Now Newspaper is part of Black Press, Canada’s largest private independent newspaper company with more than 170 community, daily and urban newspapers in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Washington, Ohio, California and Hawaii. If you are up to the challenge, please email your resume with a brief note on why you are a great candidate to: Dal Hothi – Sales Manager email@example.com Deadline for Submissions: March 31, 5pm
Please send cover letter and resume to: Geraldine Dyble – Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
TRUCKS & VANS
pick a part
Hope & Area Transition Society
1995 TOYOTA COROLLA 4dr auto sedan, a/c. Only this week. STK#772. $1,595. 2002 TOYOTA COROLLA 4dr, auto, loaded, STK#749. $2,900. 2004 FORD EXPLORER 4dr 4X4, auto, 7psg, full load. Only this week. STK#470. $4,900. 2004 ACURA EL 1.7 4dr sedan leather, sunroof, loaded STK#724. $5,900. 2007 TOYOTA YARIS, 4 dr, auto, sedan, STK#734 $5,900. 2005 HONDA CIVIC, 4 dr, auto, loaded. STK#672. $6,900. 2009 FORD FOCUS 4dr,sedan loaded, auto STK#687 $6,900. 2006 HONDA CRV AWD auto, leather seats, fully loaded. STK#757 $6,900. 2004 HONDA CRV. 4dr, fully loaded auto. STK#747 $6,900. 2008 DODGE Cavalier STX 4dr, loaded, auto, low ks. Only this week . STK#774. $7,500. 2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr auto, loaded. STK#691. $7,900. 2009 NISSAN ALTIMA 4 dr, sedan, auto, loaded, STK#696 $7,900. 2011 NISSAN Versa 4dr auto, h/bk, loaded, STK#721 $9,900. 2010 FORD FUSION. Full load, auto, 4 dr, sedan. Only this week. STK#776. $9,900. 2004 ACURA MDX 4dr auto, 7 psgr, loaded, DVD, Navigation STK#254 $10,900. 2013 HYUNDAI ACCENT. 4dr auto loaded, STK#750. $11,900. 2011 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 4 dr, auto, fully loaded. STK#721 $12,900. 2012 NISSAN ALTIMA. 4dr, auto, fully loaded, low kms. STK#746. $13,900. 2012 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr, auto, loaded, STK#695. $14,900.
HOPE, 2 Mobile Home Pads for rent in senior’s community. Call Gordon 604-240-3464
Thursday, March 3, 2016 The Hope Standard
GLASS & WINDSHIELDS not a sideline... they’re our business. FULL SERVICE GLASS SHOP
FRASER CANYON GLASS LTD.
• Complete collision & glass services • Courtesy Vehicles • Express repair facility Direct repair facility for all Major Insurance Companies
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Precision Exteriors • Roofing • Siding • Windows • Doors & more
WCB Insured. Contact Jeremy for a FREE ESTIMATE
“Protecting your inside from the outside”
604-869-9514 • 531 Corbett St. FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY - ASK FOR DETAILS.
L. HISLOP CONTRACTING Custom Woodworking Solutions Complete Renovations Custom Kitchens & Bathrooms Fully equipped shop, for all your woodworking needs!
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SPACE FOR RENT
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SPACE FOR RENT
• Computer Sales & Service • Printers & Ink • Virus removal & prevention 25 years experience
Open Mon-Sat 604-869-7468
591A Wallace St, Hope, BC
LANDSCAPING • Residential • Rural • Commercial • New Construction • Renovations
Scott Gilbert 604-860-8605 Bonded/Insured Hope, B.C. 94574
Canyon Carpets > FLOORING > TILES > PAINT 326 Wallace Street
SPACE FOR RENT
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• Commercial & Residential Yard Maintenance • Hydro Seeding • Brush Chipping
Servicing Hope & Area since 1979
604-869-2767 PLUMBING & HEATING
• Gas, Oil & Propane Furnaces • Water Heaters • Class A Gas Fitter
REGISTERED WITH B.C. SAFETY AUTHORITY
SPACE FOR RENT
The market remains active. If you are considering listing in the spring, with limited supply and good demand, consider listing now!
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PLUMBING LICENSED, BONDED, TICKETED & INSURED
BLUE’S PLUMBING Hope & Area HOT WATER TANKS, GAS FITTER, WATER LINES, DRAINAGE
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Furniture, Windows, Fabric
In-home & on-line estimates
Your source for quality local professionals. ADVERTISING DEADLINE: Fridays at 4:30pm
Call Janice at 604.869.2421 to advertise on the Business Services page. 3/16H_BS3
March 03, 2016 edition of the Hope Standard