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Cat burglar loves gloves Jennifer Moreau staff reporter
Burnaby’s Dawn Palmer has a mystery on her hands. A few months back, she started noticing workmen’s gloves showing up on the floor of her home. Nylon ones, fabric ones, never in a matched pair, just singles – and they were found in the dining room, the back balcony and around the front door of her South Slope home. Assuming they belonged to her son, Palmer simply left them in his room and thought little of it. “Then I thought, ‘Wait a minute, there’s too many of them,’” Palmer told the NOW. Her son decided to count the gloves, and dumped a bag of them on the living room floor – that’s when the family realized there was something strange happening. There were just too many gloves. “I kept thinking this doesn’t make sense,” Palmer said, suspecting their family dog was up to something. It wasn’t until a day or two later that the Palmers finally figured out who was leaving the gloves. Sienna, the family cat, had a history of bringing home “presents” for her owners and would announce their delivery with attentiondemanding meows. “Sienna does her ‘mew, mew, I’m here, and I have a gift for you,’ and she’s standing right in front of the glove, and I’m like, ‘I can’t believe this, you are the glove bandit!’” Palmer says.
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The Palmers have had Sienna for years, and when the feline was younger, she would bring home gifts: birds, rats, mice and moles, for instance. “I was in India, and my daughter sent me an email (photo) of a rat floating in our toilet,” Palmer said chuck-
ling. “I was laughing hysterically because obviously she just dropped it in there. She loves to give us gifts, that’s what they do.” But Sienna is aging and has put on a few pounds, so Cat burglar Page 8
Pipeline: Kinder Morgan brings in SFU experts Jennifer Moreau staff reporter
Can Kinder Morgan run a pipeline through Burnaby Mountain? That’s the multi-million dollar question the company is trying to answer by bringing in two experts from SFU, and their project will provide information on earthquake fault lines for the entire Lower Mainland. Kinder Morgan is working with SFU’s John Clague and Doug Stead to help determine the feasibility of the latest routing
option, which involves boring or tunneling through Burnaby Mountain to connect the storage tanks to the Westridge Marine Terminal. “(Clague and Stead) are going to be assessing all of the surficial geology and some of these geological features, such as the landslide on the north side of Burnaby Mountain,” said Greg Toth, senior project director for the pipeline expansion. “There are questions: Is there active faulting in the Lower Mainland area, or is there not?” Clague and Stead are both research
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chairs and professors in SFU’s school of earth sciences. Clague is a geologist who specializes in natural hazards, while Stead is an engineering geologist with a focus on slope instability. One important piece of missing information for Kinder Morgan is whether Burnaby Mountain has fault lines of breaks in the earth due to landslides – a question geologists have not managed to answer, according to a company-commissioned review of geological reports and studies dating back roughly 100 years.
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IN THEIR OWN WORDS: CITY TEACHERS TALK ABOUT THE LOCKOUT/STRIKE
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It’s a little bit of a hardship right now, but I think the risk is worth it in the end because I think we all feel like we’re standing up for something big.
It’d be nice if there was other options, but there’s not. The strike is the last option we really have to see any sort of effect.
It’s complicated. On one side you don’t want to have the students put out, and also though on the other side you want to make sure that the teachers’ voices are being heard
I want to help students, but this is a bigger thing that we’re fighting for.
I’m quite happy to walk out if that’s what’s required to say we mean this, we need this to change, we need it to be fixed.
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A full-scale walkout eight days before the end of the school year threatens to create financial and organizational havoc for Burnaby teachers, but they say the sacrifice would be worth it. “I feel like I’m witnessing something big,” Cariboo Hill Secondary French teacher Sarah Winter said. “I feel like we’re at a point where this is the whole public education system that’s at risk, and I feel like we have to take a stand.” That being said, Winter has yet to look at her pay stub this week to see how rotating strikes and the government’s 10 per cent pay deduction for the teachers’ job action will affect her income. “Everybody else is talking about it,” she
Home ec teacher Jayne Roberts served up pancakes and bacon to picketers on Wednesday.
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As the labour battle between teachers and the province threatens to wipe out the rest of the school year, local parents are scrambling to make child-care arrangements. Ads for teacher-strike child care are popping up on Craigslist and Kijiji, including posts by people saying they are education assistants in the Burnaby school district who will be available to take care of kids if teachers walk out next week. But parents should think twice before settling on an unlicensed and unregistered childcare provider they’ve found online, according
to YMCA Child Care Resource and Referral program manager Diane Lee. “The parent would be the only one monitoring the situation, so there would be lots of questions,” she told the NOW. “Does this person have liability insurance? Are they over on their numbers?” Lee recommends parents get in touch with her organization, which offers free services for local parents and child-care providers. Besides making referrals to registered and licensed child-care providers, the organization has a wealth of information for parents about different child-care options. In response to the possible strike, the group has sent an email to providers to find out if
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any will have temporary spots available. “Then when parents phone, we will be able to let them know if there’s anybody on the database,” Lee said. Earlier this week, B.C. teachers voted 86 per cent in favour of a full-scale strike that will start Tuesday barring a breakthrough at the bargaining table. Teachers could also be off the job Monday for a BCTF “study session,” during which teachers would review the union’s bargaining package. Local parent leaders are calling for clear and timely communication from both sides to help parents and kids manoeuvre through the
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City council considers several developments Jacob Zinn staff reporter
There was no shortage of bylaws for Burnaby city council to look over on Monday night at its latest meeting, but not all of them made it through with flying colours. Council went through seven rezoning applications, including requests to permit a sales centre at 4750 Kingsway, two fourstorey mixed use developments in Burnaby Heights, a highrise with podium at 2450 Alpha Ave., the expansion of the gross floor area of a home at 7284 Braeside Dr., a child-care centre on Lougheed Highway, a lowrise residential building on Dawson Street and the installation of two skysigns at 3700 Willingdon Ave. Before calling the question, Mayor Derek Corrigan clarified that the applications were simply requesting to be received by council as information and that approval or denial of the proposed developments would come later. “These are simply permission to work with the planning department and they will later be advanced with reports, but it gives people an idea of some of the things that staff are working on right now,” he said. Council received all but one as information, as they referred the Alpha Avenue application to the community development committee for further analysis after Coun. Paul McDonell raised concerns with its recommendation to amend the concept sketch of the Brentwood Town Centre
Development Land Use Plan. First reading was given to a three-storey mixed-use commercial and residential development at 7174 Barnet Rd., as well as a five-storey mixed-use development in the Heights. Second reading was given to permit construction of a four-storey mixed-use development at 7604 Sixth St. and a residential sales centre at 4700 Imperial St. However, council tabled a bylaw for a conceptual development plan for a multi-phased industrial business park in South Burnaby that would’ve otherwise gone up for second reading. Consideration and third reading was given to a proposed three-storey stacked townhouse development, totalling 20 units, at 7670 Kingsway. On the spending front, more than $500,000 was OK’d for road and traffic improvements. Council gave its stamp of approval for designs of several major road projects, including the widening of Rumble Street between Gilley and MacPherson, enhancements to Edmonds south of Kingsway to Salisbury and proposed traffic-calming modifications to Cariboo Road, Stormont Avenue and Gaglardi Way. The rest of that $500,000 went to minor traffic management projects and various traffic control device upgrades. The Bob Prittie (Metrotown) branch of the Burnaby Public Library was given the thumbs up for $100,000 in furnishings and shelving, as well as $300,000 to add radio frequency identification security.
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Supporting discrimination is simply wrong Thousands of B.C. lawyers have voted not be discriminated against on the basis to reverse the B.C. Law Society’s decision of your sexual orientation. TWU’s controversial covenant forbids to accredit Trinity Western University’s sex outside marriage and defines marnew Christian law school. riage as a sacred relationship between While the final decision still rests man and woman. The covenant covers with the Law Society’s board of goverstaff and students at the private nors, known as benchers, the institution. 3,210 to 968 vote can hardly be Burnaby NOW After the Law Society of ignored. Upper Canada in Ontario voted The arguments for and against TWU’s accreditation, essentially against TWU’s law school’s accreditation barring grads from practising in Ontario, pits the red herring of “religious freethe school shot back. dom” against the hard-fought right to
Representatives argued that highly qualified graduates would be excluded – simply for holding religious values. TWU’s supporters have also trumpeted the importance of pluralism, accepting a multitude of views. This rings false. Would TWU’s concept of pluralism include sharia law, despite its encroachment on women’s rights? TWU may be able to determine who can attend its private school – however, the B.C. Law Society does not have to
support its discriminatory position by accrediting it. Religious freedom is an important value, but it’s not our only value, particularly when it infringes on the rights of others. We believe love between consenting adults is more important than the right to restrict love between consenting adults. We hope Law Society benchers make an ethical choice, because there are two things this province doesn’t need more of: lawyers and intolerance.
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s much as Paul Bjarnason and “Burnaby-what-we-labelprobably defutes (Where ourselves-this-time”) since the is democracy?, Burnaby Burnaby Voters Association preNOW, Letters to the editor, June sented very credible candidates, 6) the existence of democracy, it one of whom led the B.C. School does exist. Trustees Association at one time There is the correct obserand later became a councilvance of a ruling party receiving lor. What might be new is that 24 per cent of the finally maybe the forces electorate to govern. opposing the longPaul Keenleyside It is quite less at the standing NDP-affilicivic level, where a ated Burnaby Citizens mayor can win governing the Association can actually succeed city with less than 15 per cent this time so that the BCA majorof the electoral vote. With more ity on both council and school than 145,000 registered voters, board s finally diluted. But given Mayor Derek Corrigan receives the history of the opposing forcjust over 24,000 votes. Such is es, there isn’t much to hope for the case here in Burnaby. at this stage. In 1996, the NDP received Consider that for far too the majority of the popular long the opposing interests to vote, but the B.C. Liberals won the BCA that have successfully the majority of seats. Is that evolved in one label or another democracy? Was it democracy have been plagued with manwhen the NDP won in 1991? agement fights, ego building, Was it democracy when the inability to work together as a federal Liberals won in 2000? cohesive team, some poor-qualNow then, it is interesting that ity candidates, and a few just “democracy does not exist!” is plain dumb moves (such as heard when the B.C. Liberals or an opposing mayor candidate the Conservatives win via this going after Corrigan in which convention, but when the NDP the opposition mayor candidate wins (as was the case in 1991, almost ended up being sued), and 1996) or when the federal sloppy research, and just plain Liberals won (2000 and prior) poor presentations of stating there is this silence. sound workable policies and The entrance of Burnaby programs that the voters would First Coalition to present school like to see. trustee candidates is hardly Plus, since I would admit new. There has been school Burnaby is in sound fiscal shape trustee candidates from every (save for a few potholes and incarnation (BVNPA, Team Democracy Page 7 Burnaby, Independent Voices
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Rallying against smart meters Dear Editor:
This Saturday, June 14, will be a day of protest and learning for everyone opposed to B.C. Hydro’s smart meter program. Rallies will be held in Victoria, Kelowna and right here in Burnaby at Hydro’s smart meter headquarters.This is located at 9265 Glenlyon Parkway, just off Marine Drive. The Burnaby Foreshore Park, located just across the street, will be the rally location. Events get underway just before noon, rain or shine. If it rains, that will only show the dedication of those involved. So far our local politicians seem to be too busy to attend. That would be rather hypocritical for Mayor Derek Corrigan not to attend after he and
his council expressed opposition to smart meters in a recent letter to myself. And the ever-elusive Jane Shin, MLA, has also been invited but seems to have a full calendar. Kennedy Stewart, our MP, has been notified but hasn’t responded as of this writing. Too bad for them if these politicians miss an excellent chance to look good on election day. This rally will be a chance for all those interested to speak but especially those who have been bullied, threatened with cutoffs and hit with Hydro’s extortion fees for keeping their analog meters to express their views and fears about the dangers of these meters. Hydro has already failed in converting enough people in order to turn on the radiation-producing ZigBee chip in the new meters. Jim Ervin, Burnaby
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Settle the big questions Dear Editor:
Re: Pipeline questions: From terrorism to expropriation, Burnaby NOW, May 14. The article caught my attention as it related to a controversial topic. The article outlined the major environmental and economic risks in relation to Burnaby associated with the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline. It criticized the company’s emergency preparedness, effects on the surrounding real estate market and expropriation concerns. Although all of these concerns are legitimate in their own right, it would be much easier for all stakeholders if there was a comprehensive, provincewide energy policy. The biggest problem with this debate is that it is centred on the challenges associated with a specific project rather than on a more comprehensive approach to energy in our province. In order to limit risks and move towards
a better, more sustainable future, we must first decide on a set of energy priorities for the province, taking into account our economic, environmental and energy needs. Deciding on such criteria in a clear manner will allow our province to make informed decisions about the future. Furthermore, we have to examine our options realistically and decide where we want to invest our resources. For example, alternative energy works well when discussing the future and environmental sustainability, but do we have a realistic plan to put it into action and are we ready to commit to a changed way of life given the current economic outlook? Consulting on individual projects becomes easier if we settle the bigger questions first. A provincewide consensus on our future energy requirements and plans that consider the full consequences to our own way of life is the way to go. Bushra Gabreldar, Burnaby
Democracy: Just get out to the polls continued from page 6
being a bit too political and not being easy on the taxpayers), there isn’t much reason for the voters to be mad enough to launch a long march forward to city hall with the virtual torches and pitchforks or make that trip to the polls in huge numbers of the kind we haven’t seen in decades. Democracy is out there. It does exist. Within it will be up to the candidates to sell themselves and prove that they are worthy of the vote and the dollars paid by the taxpayer to build and strengthen Burnaby. A person to vote for is much better than voting against. Myself, I look at a candidate and ask myself:
Is this person worthy of voting for? Is this person actually going accomplish anything or is said person going to be complaining all the time? It’s much easier to complain than to be the person who is part of making the decisions. Yes, democracy does exist. It always has. Sometimes you end up with very good politicians who serve the city and not political interest. Some advance to become statesmen (or stateswomen). But it’s the voters – the people who make it work. Decide to stay home (as many NDPers did in 2013, which resulted in the dramatic end)? Don’t complain about the outcome. I’ve seen where just less than plus-five votes can
make all the difference. I’ve seen where plus-one vote makes a difference. Civic elections are actually the most important. It is at the civic level where decisions are made that affect our homes, our neighbourhood and our city. But it is also where one sees the worst participation rate, less than 35 per cent at the most. Democracy is very much in existence. It is your choice, and your vote. If you mark a ballot. As I’ve said heartily many times in my 30 years and 60 campaigns being out there on the streets for good candidates: Don’t forget to vote! Have a nice day! Paul Keenleyside is a Burnaby resident.
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THE BURNABYNOW OPINION: Is there a better answer to teachers’ dispute? – June 10
Comment via BurnabyNOW.com I Denise Flick: I am a teacher. I would not be afraid of binding arbitration in the least. It must be binding arbitration though not a Government chosen mediator who then must work within the mandate of the Government.
THE BURNABYNOW STORY: Burnaby student protesters lament low walkout numbers – June 4
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The pink line reflects Kinder Morgan’s latest plan to tunnel or drill through Burnaby Mountain, if it proves to be feasible. contributed/ burnaby now
Pipeline: Experts study mountain continued from page 1
that are better than those based on conventional aerial photography. “It’s totally non-invasive. We don’t need to get permitting to acquire it. It’s all acquired from aircraft. It’s a tool to determine if there has been any ruptures from earthquakes,” Clague said. “I’ve always said we have to find out if there are active faults, and it plays into all kinds of risk and hazard-related issues.” Clague and Stead’s findings will very likely have larger implications for the rest of the Lower Mainland, since this is the first-ever survey of its kind for the region. As for the pipeline, Kinder Morgan is
proposing two options for the new mountain route within the same study corridor. The first is horizontal directional drilling, which involves boring a hole through the mountain and pulling the pipeline For a though with the drill, which would video, cost the company $24 million. The scan second option is tunnelling the line with Layar through the same corridor, which would cost $47 million. The third option is running the pipeline down Burnaby Mountain Parkway, then Hastings Street and Cliff Avenue, which would cost $20 million. Part of the company’s rationale for going through the mountain was to avoid the Westridge neighbourhood.
Cat burglar: Are the gloves yours? continued from page 1
Palmer suspects the gloves are easy “prey” for the calico. “Seriously, I think because she’s too fat now and can’t catch anything, she’s picked up this glove thing,” Palmer says, laughing. “I’m just so happy it’s not mice and birds anymore. … I would hate it when she brought them home.” But catching Sienna in the act only solved half of the mystery. Where the gloves are coming from is unknown, and Sienna keeps bringing more home. Palmer feels bad, because somewhere out there, someone is missing a whole lot of gloves, and her cat is to blame. Palmer has a few ideas on the origin of the gloves. She lives close to the couple recently featured in the NOW that installed the controversial massive stone pillars on their lawn, and
there’s a larger construction site near Royal Oak Avenue and Rumble Street. “Then I started thinking, ‘Could it be the school, is she going to the school?’ And there’s always new homes being built, but I can’t think of any, I don’t know – it’s just so bizarre,” she says. Palmer estimates Sienna has brought in more than 50 gloves in total and counting. “She’s still doing it! Every two days now, I find
another one, now I just throw them in the bag,” she says. “One day, I had the gloves in the bag, and I was holding the bag, and she’s meowing at me, as if to say: ‘Those are mine.’ It’s too funny.” Palmer would be more than happy to return the gloves to their rightful owners. If anyone is missing a large number of assorted gloves, email her at email@example.com. Follow Jennifer Moreau on Twitter, @JenniferMoreau
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said. “I’m kind of afraid to look at mine.” Like all new teachers without a continuing contract, she doesn’t have the option of stretching an annual salary over 12 months, so summers are lean, and a walkout won’t help matters. “I would be lying if I said that it’s not going to be difficult financially,” Winter said. “I think all teachers are feeling the same way, but at the same time I think we’re feeling like it’s worth it in the end.” Teachers around the province voted 86 per cent Monday and Tuesday in favour of a full-scale strike. The B.C. Teachers’ Federation told its members in an email Wednesday night it was serving three working days’ notice for a full strike beginning Tuesday. Unless a deal is reached over the weekend, school could also be out Monday for a BCTF “study session,” during which teachers would review the union’s bargaining package. The union has already said it won’t be able to offer teachers their $50-a-day strike pay after this week. “I live paycheque to paycheque,” fine arts teacher Joan MacLean told the NOW. “I got my pay statement last night, and it’s quite a bit less than I normally get, so I can’t pay my bills. That’ll be the hardest
part.” Financial hardship won’t be the only challenge teacher will face if the walkout goes ahead, according to MacLean’s Cariboo Hill colleagues picketing during a rotating strike Wednesday. “There’s just so much year-end stuff to deal with as a teacher,” music teacher Kyle Axford said, “and it gets really, really tricky to try and do all of those things at the end of the year, and now if there is a walkout next week, then it’s going to mean that all that stuff is going to have to be done by Friday.” But Axford and other Cariboo Hill teachers appeared unanimous in their support of a walkout if government refuses to budge at the bargaining table. “At the end of the day, the government has the hammer if they choose to use it,” science teacher Adam Taylor said, “but that doesn’t mean we should stop fighting for a better education system.” Home economics teacher Jayne Roberts agreed. “It’s not something we choose lightly,” she said. “It’s years of frustration. I feel like the government has walked into my classroom and personally spit in my face. I really don’t think that they know what we do.” Follow Cornelia Naylor on Twitter, @ CorNaylor
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urnaby resident Kyle Empringham and Sujane Kandasamy were awarded a Youth Conservation Award from the Canadian Wildlife Federation for their work on TheStarfish.ca, a website and non-profit organization focusing on positive solutions to environmental problems. The site attracts more than 180,000 visits per year, mostly from Canadians aged 15 to 30. The NOW’s Jennifer Moreau had a chat with Empringham.
Jennifer Moreau: Tell me the story behind the starfish name. Kyle Empringham: A boy walks up to a shoreline and sees hundreds of starfish washed up on shore, drying in the sun. He picks one up, looks out at the water, and tosses it back into the ocean. He repeats this process a few times before a man walks up to him and says, “There are too many starfish on this shore. You won’t save them all and you won’t make a difference.” The boy picks up another starfish, tosses it into the ocean, and says to the man, “I made a difference to that one.” The Starfish Canada is about how every contribution to environmental efforts can make a difference. From the conservation of species to energy reduction initiatives, we showcase a wide range of community projects that inspire and motivate our readers to take action locally. JM: Is TheStarfish.ca an online publication or an activist group? KE: We are predominantly an online publication that provides a forum for youth to showcase the amazing work that’s being done across the country. Canada’s sheer size makes it difficult to understand what is going on in the environmental field, particularly at a local level. Our community-based approach allows Canadians to understand what youth are doing to create a better future for our nation. We also host
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Youth leaders: Burnaby’s Kyle Empringham just landed an award from the Canadian Wildlife Federation for his work on TheStarfish.ca, an eco-blog and organization that takes a positive approach to solving tough environmental problems. workshops in local communities to understand what’s important to each area and how we can best assist them in achieving their goals. JM: Your group does workshops with students on subjects like invitro meat. What is that and what are the issues around it? KE: Scientists have come up with a way to create meat in the lab – no animal cruelty required. With this new innovation, we have gone to classrooms and asked students to debate whether or not they would eat lab-grown meat. It’s a great way to think about a wide variety of issues – the ethical treatment of
animals, the greenhouse gases that are produced from raising cattle and transporting meats, and more. JM: We’re bombarded with stories about worsening climate change and oceans acidifying – a lot of scary and very real phenomenon, but you’ve chosen to focus on positive solutions. Tell me a bit about that strategy. Why is it so important to stay positive? KE: Environmentalism is sometimes thought to be rooted in problems. When you think of environmentalism, you might be reminded of climate change or the loss of iconic species or toxins in our air and waters – those
are issues we have to overcome to have a healthy, clean community. It can be downright depressing to think of all the challenges we are facing. Our approach focuses on optimism because it’s productive. It helps our readers – environmentalists and non-environmentalists alike – to see the way forward, that solutions are available and plausible and that we can work together to create change. JM: What are our most pressing issues on the environmental front in Burnaby? KE: I think the biggest issue on the mind of Burnaby residents is the proposed Kinder Morgan
pipeline that’s now planned to cut through Burnaby Mountain. I’ve seen and heard lots of opposition to pipelines on the B.C. coast. Solutions will require a consistent voice from Burnaby residents and the municipal government that states a clear position on whether a pipeline is what the community wants and for stakeholders to give those opinions large weighting in the decision-making process. Making environmentally conscious and sustainable communities requires listening to constituents and letting them be the driving force behind community growth – ignoring that would be a mistake.
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So if you’re out for a stroll in the park, be sure to cheer these folks on, because they will be running for a good cause, to send children and young adults with physical and cognitive disabilities to summer camp. For more information on the camping program, go to www.easterseals camps.ca.
We have a free copy of Severn and the Day She Silenced the World by Janet Wilson, published by Second Story Press. Severn Suzuki is the daughter of David Suzuki, well-known scientist and environmental activist. Not to be overshadowed by her dad, Severn made
a name for herself with a powerful speech in 1992, given at the first Earth Summit in Brazil. She was just 12 years old then, but her words shook the adults in the audience, and a Youtube video of her talk, titled The Girl Who Silenced the World for 5 Minutes, went viral on the Internet, garnering more than 27 million hits.
(If you haven’t seen the video, I urge you to watch it; it’s an incredibly powerful speech and it gives me chills every time.) The book, Severn and the Day She Silenced the World, is based on true events, featuring Severn’s tale and the obstacles she overcame with the kids’ organization she started to
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The Council of the City of Burnaby hereby gives notice that it will hold a Public Hearing TUESDAY, 2014 JUNE 24 AT 7:00 P.M. in the Council Chamber, Burnaby City Hall, 4949 Canada Way, Burnaby, B.C., V5G 1M2, to receive representations in connection with the following proposed amendments to “Burnaby Zoning Bylaw 1965”. 1)
BURNABY ZONING BYLAW 1965, AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 17, 2014 – BYLAW NO. 13350 Rez. #13-33 7174 Barnet Road Lot “A”, DL 207, Group 1, NWD Plan 67812 From: CD Comprehensive Development District (based on C1 Neighbourhood Commercial District and P8 Parking District) To: Amended CD Comprehensive Development District (based on C1 Neighbourhood Commercial District, RM2 Multiple Family Residential District, Apartment Study Area “C” as guidelines and in accordance with the development plan entitled “Mixed Use Residential Commercial Development” prepared by Atelier Pacific Architecture Inc.) The purpose of the proposed zoning bylaw amendment is to permit the construction of a three-storey mixed-use commercial and residential development with underground parking.
BURNABY ZONING BYLAW 1965, AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 18, 2014 – BYLAW NO. 13351 Rez. #12-11 4354 Hastings Street Lot 63, DL 121, Group 1, NWD Plan 66565 From: C8a Hastings Urban Village Commercial District To: CD Comprehensive Development District (based on C8a and C8f Hastings Urban Village Commercial District, Hastings Street Area Plan guidelines, and in accordance with the development plan entitled, “Mixed-Use Commercial and Residential Development – 4356 Hastings Street, Burnaby, BC” prepared by Chris Dikeakos Architects Inc.) The purpose of the proposed zoning bylaw amendment is to permit the construction of a five-storey mixed-use development, with commercial/ retail at grade, and residential and office uses above.
BURNABY ZONING BYLAW 1965, AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 21, 2014 – BYLAW NO. 13356 Rez. #13-17 6616, 6642 and 6668 Nelson Avenue and 6635 Dunblane Avenue Lot 41, DL 152, Group 1, NWD Plan 26339; Lot 17, DL 152, Group 1, NWD Plan 8063; Lot 10, DL152, Group 1, NWD Plan 7803; Lot 52, DL 152, Group 1, NWD Plan 35494 From: RM3 Multiple Family Residential District To: CD Comprehensive Development District (based on RM5s Multiple Family Residential District and Metrotown Centre Development Plan as guidelines, and in accordance with the development plan entitled “Proposed Multi-Family Residential Development Burnaby, B.C.” prepared by Chris Dikeakos Architects Inc.) The purpose of the proposed zoning bylaw amendment is to seek an amendment to the suitable plan of development for the subject rezoning application, which was advanced to a Public Hearing on 2014 January 28 and granted Second Reading on 2014 February 03 (Bylaw No. 13283). This amendment would allow for a reduction in the number of units proposed within the 38-storey residential apartment building from 304 to 293 units, as well as an increase in the proposed indoor residential amenity space from 4,355 sq. ft. to 5,531 sq. ft.
BURNABY ZONING BYLAW 1965, AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 19, 2014 - BYLAW NO. 13352 Rez. #14-17 5950, 5952, 5970, 5972, 5990, 5992, 6026, 6028, 6038, and 6040 Neville Street, 5935, 5949, 5963, 5977, 5991, 6001, 6019, 6033, and 6045 Clinton Street, 7712, 7730, 7750, 7770, and 7790 Buller Avenue, 7715, 7749, 7761, and 7783 Curragh Avenue Strata Lots 1 and 2, DL 159, Group 1, NWD Strata Plans LMS1454, LMS2350, BCS2361, LMS4282, and NW59 together with an interest in the common property in proportion to the unit entitlement of the strata lots as shown on form 1; West Half of Lot 6, East Half of Lot 6, Blk 31, West Half of Lot 7, Blk 31, DL 159, Grp 1, NWD Plan 1606; Lots D and E, DL 159, Grp 1, NWD Plan 13948; Lots 1 and 2, DL 159, Grp 1, NWD Plans 85345 and 78119; Lots 1 thru 5, Blk 31, DL 159, Grp 1, NWD Plan 1606; Lots C and B, DL 159, Grp 1, NWD Plan 13378; and Lots 51 and 52, DL 159, Grp 1, NWD 26964 From: R5 and R9 Residential Districts To: R12S Residential District The purpose of the proposed zoning bylaw amendment is to respond to a neighbourhood request to rezone the subject properties in the area bounded by Neville Street, Curragh Avenue, Clinton Street and Buller Avenue from R5 and R9 Residential Districts to R12S Residential District.
Question: I have had a wisteria for several years that is full of leaves and looks very healthy. But it has only produced two flowers: one last year and one this year. Please advise. Madeliene Quiban Answer: A lot of people have problems with a wisteria failing to flower. Sometimes it’s just too young. Five to 12 years is the average wait before blooming time, but some take longer, especially if they’re grown from seed. If you inherited the wisteria when you bought your home, the wisteria could be a seed-grown one, or perhaps a cutting from a seed-grown one. Besides not flowering for many years, seed-grown wisteria are erratic bloomers – an occasional one never flowers at all. Sometimes people take a cutting from an old wisteria that’s full of flowers – but they don’t know how many years it took to get to that stage. Though cuttings usually flower faster than seed-grown wisteria, cuttings still need several years of vegetative growth to get started. The fact that your wisteria has started flowering, even a little, is very hopeful. But you can hurry your wisteria along a bit. For wisteria, a highphosphorous (not highnitrogen) fertilizer is best because it encourages flowers. Wisteria should always be fertilized in fall (not spring). Wisterias like good drainage, too. Could yours possibly be growing on soggy clay? Regular pruning is essential to keep your wisteria from outgrowing its support and to stimulate flower buds. In late summer, cut back the new growth to five or six buds and tie any that you want to keep to your arbour. The wisteria will keep growing through fall, so in winter you prune new growth back to five or six buds again, then in early spring cut back to two or three buds. Send gardening questions to email@example.com.
All persons who believe that their interest in property is affected by a proposed bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the bylaw. Written submissions may be presented at the Public Hearing or for those not attending the Public Hearing must be submitted to the Office of the City Clerk prior to 4:45 p.m. the day of the Public Hearing. Please note that all written submissions must contain name and address which will become a part of the public record. The Director Planning and Building’s reports and related information respecting the zoning bylaw amendments are available for public examination at the offices of the Planning Department, 3rd floor, in Burnaby City Hall. Copies of the proposed bylaws may be inspected at the Office of the City Clerk at 4949 Canada Way, Burnaby, B.C., V5G 1M2 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. weekdays from Wednesday, 2014 June 11 to Tuesday, 2014 June 24. NO PRESENTATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED BY COUNCIL AFTER THE CONCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC HEARING S. Cleave DEPUTY CITY CLERK
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Young musicians take on Canada’s best also continue through the summer, with upcoming sessions on July 12 and Aug. 16. Check out www. bpl.bc.ca/events for all the details.
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ive young musicians from Burnaby are following in some very big footsteps in the world of classical music. The five Burnaby performers are among 22 from B.C. chosen to advance to the national finals of the Canadian Music Competition – the country’s top classical music competition for youth aged seven to 30. Pianists Scott Xiao, Jasper Liang, Richard He and Michelle Lin will be joined by violinist Guang Lu Li. Almost 500 musicians started their journey in the competition at various regional competitions, and top scores advanced through regional and provincial rounds before being chosen for the national final. The final will be held June 21 to July 3 in Quebec City, and the top performers will share more than $100,000 in scholarship money. The prestigious competition gives a glimpse into the future of Canadian classical music – past winners include such names as Marc-André Hamelin, Angela Hewitt, Louis Lortie, Liona Boyd and
It’s World Knit in Public Day this Saturday – and you’re invited to join in. The Tommy Douglas Library is hosting a Knit2gether gathering on Saturday, June 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everyone is invited to join in for knitting, crocheting, stitching and chatting with other likeminded folks. It’s open to all skill levels and all ages – just bring your yarn and needles, scissors and supplies. (A limited number of needles and some yarn will be available for those who want to give it a try.) Tea is provided, and you can feel free to bring treats to share. Knit2gether is free, and no registration is needed – just drop in to take part. The monthly gatherings
The winner of CBC’s Canada Reads 2012 will be reading at the Metrotown library branch on Monday. Carmen Aguirre is on hand at the Burnaby Public Library’s Bob Prittie branch on Monday, June 16 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aguirre’s first book, Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter, won Canada Reads in 2012 and has become a Canadian bestseller. She’s also well-known as a theatre artist, with more than 60 film, television and stage acting credits, and she has written and co-written 20 plays – among them Chile con Carne, The Trigger, The Refugee Hotel and Blue Box. Lively City Page 26
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he Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class joins the lineup in 2014, offering a sleek four-door coupe design for less than $35,000 – a true accomplishment considering that the CLA offers many features and design elements that make the car look and feel much more expensive.
Mercedes-Benz considers the CLA-Class an entry-level luxury product; but that does not mean it is not a premium car. Mercedes’ aim is to bring new customers to the brand through innovative design and premium features. Mercedes pioneered the four-door coupe design concept with its CLS-Class. The description “four-door coupe” sounds odd, but it’s best to think of this car
as a coupe which has a set of rear doors to make entry into the back seats easier. The four-door coupe body design does come with one big advantage, and that’s aerodynamic efficiency. The CLA boasts the lowest drag coefficient of any production sedan at 0.28. The CLA is based on Mercedes-Benz’s B-Class architecture; as a result it is noisier and less refined than its larger siblings. Another byproduct of using the B-Class structure is that the base CLA is front-wheel drive. This makes it the first FWD car Mercedes-Benz has ever sold in North America.
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Mercedes-Benz: The style and reasonable price of the CLA-Class Coupe should appeal to customers who may not have considered a Mercedes-Benz before. more performance can opt for the CLA 45 AMG 4MATIC. Aside from being equipped with an AWD, it boosts the horsepower to 355. AMG’s SPEEDSHIFT DCT seven-speed sports transmission is also a part
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and even apply the brakes.
The cabin of the CLA is a true Mercedes-Benz interior, meaning it’s modern, luxurious and even a bit trendy (yes, in case you haven’t noticed, Mercedes’ interior has been hip and cool lately). It has many of the features found in its pricier siblings, though toned down to keep things simple. The front seats are very firm yet comfortable – with a good side support – and it offers an electric driver’s seat with memory function as standard. In the rear seats, the swooping roofline leaves only child-friendly headroom, which is a shame as there is a good amount of legroom. The roofline also results in a very narrow rear window that restricts visibility considerably, but we did say that this car is a four-door coupe, didn’t
we? On the equipment front, the CLA hasn’t lost much in the process of being transformed to an affordable Mercedes. The dash is striking with the command screen floating over the centre stack. Standard models come with a 5.7inch screen but a larger 7inch display is available. Trunk space is also quite reasonable at 470 litres. The opening is a bit narrow, but it’s nicely finished inside and the rear seats fold down 60/40 for more room.
The CLA 250 Coupe starts at $34,300, with AWD adding $2,200. The premium model, called the Edition 1, starts at $43,200. The CLA 45 AMG 4MATIC begins at $49,800, with Edition 1 models priced at $65,900. Standard equipment includes an ECO start/ stop function, instrument panel with a 4.5-inch
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She’ll be reading from Something Fierce. The event is free, and registration isn’t needed – just drop in to the library at 6100 Willingdon Ave. For information, call the library reference desk at 604-436-5400.
Nothing says summer more than outdoor music. If you happen to be up UniverCity way this summer, then don’t forget to pop by SFU Town Square on Wednesday afternoons
to check out the summer busker series. Performances run from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the square (on University High Street beside Renaissance Coffee and the second transit loop). Next week – Wednesday, June 18 – features Clara Shandler, known as the “Sidewalk Cellist.” Shandler takes her carbon-fibre cello out to the streets and provides a musical mix of “everything from Bach to Nirvana, jazz to heavy metal,” a press release promises. (See
more about her at www. sidewalkcellist.com.) On June 25, you can hear from Kaya Kurz, a 16-year-old singersongwriter from Alpha Secondary School who’s into music, writing poetry, Doctor Who, zombies and “nerd culture in general,” the release says. On July 2, the performance features singersongwriter The Land of Deborah. Other performers through the summer include singer-songwriter Matt McAllister, the string
duo Stringz Aloud, violinist Zelko Krakan, and the fiddle-guitar duo Cosmic Wink. The busking series runs Wednesdays until Oct. 1. Check out www.univercity .ca/events for more details about the event and the performers. Do you have an item for Lively City? Do you know an interesting artist, performer or arts group who deserves coverage? Send all your arts and entertainment ideas to Julie, jmaclellan@burnaby now.com, or find her on Twitter, @juliemaclellan.
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Burnaby Special Olympics has its own Angels in the outfield. The team of 16 local women with intellectual disabilities recently fielded what is believed to be B.C.’s first-ever all-female team at a mixed Special Olympics softball tournament in Coquitlam. The Angels, who have been practising diligently at Willingdon Park for most of the spring season in preparation for their first realtime game, finished third overall. In the tourney, the women defeated an all-male team and lost to another, while tying its last game with a coed team. “They were pretty ecstatic,” said Burnaby softball coach Paul Colvin. “The whole concept began a few years ago when I was the program coordinator for Special Olympics Burnaby,” Colvin said. There was a drive to increase the numbers of female athletes, and what resulted has been a number of firsts for the Burnaby women. In 2008, there were enough athletes to form the organization’s first all-female curling team. The Rockettes went all the way to the Special Olympics Canada national games. Two of the local women on that curling team were selected to go to the World Games and Colvin and his wife went along to support them. At the worlds held in Greece, Colvin witnessed an all-female softball team from the host nation taking part. Shortly after that, somehow the seed was sewn for a similar experiment right here in Burnaby. “I don’t know if they had heard me talking about it but it was them that came up with the idea,” Colvin said. He agreed to help, but on one condition. “They had to go out and recruit the girls and they did it,” he added. The team brought 16 women
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Females first: Nadaley Gittens, left, practises throwing and catching with Burnaby Angels teammate Ashley Gray on what is believed to be B.C.’s first all-female Special Olympics softball team. out, including seven who had never played softball in their lives. Three others came over from a mixed team they played with the season before. “A lot of my friends just wanted to try it,” said Artisia Wong, one of the starters on the 2008 women’s curling team. “I said, ‘If you don’t like it,’ but they all liked it, so we’re going to do it next year.” The experience was empowering for the women and positive on a number of levels, said Colvin. “They have all shown improvement in every aspect of the game. They feel safe and secure, and
Ringette numbers going up across Canada and in B.C. in 2014
they have grown,” Colvin said. “Everyone was successful at batting and making plays in the field.” But perhaps more importantly, they learned to trust and support each other. One player got hurt and couldn’t play, but became a super go-to person in the dugout. Another, who was one of the more competitive athletes and used to get down on herself when things didn’t go right, has become one of the strongest supporters of the other girls on the team. “The main thing is the support they give each other. They are in
tune that they are on an all-female team,” said Colvin. “Yeah, it was our best times together,” Wong added. “It was good, we were the first team for curling, too. That was fun, you didn’t have guys telling you what to do.” And that realized identity has spawned a whole new set of possibilities for the women. “A lot of us are trying to ask Paul for a floor hockey team that’s not too competitive. “Yeah, I am (proud). I think it’s more better girls helping each other. With boys, they expect you to do it,” she said.
Ringette Canada reports the number of registered players in Canada is going up nationwide. As of the end of the 2014 season, total numbers for all of Canada reached an all-time high of 30,398. Increases in player numbers were highest in Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, but Alberta, Quebec and B.C. also achieved significant increases, stated Ringette Canada. “This is an exciting time for ringette in Canada. Athletes have many options to excel in sport across this country and reaching this significant milestone speaks volumes to what ringette has to offer,” said executive director of Ringette Canada Natasha Johnston in a media release. “This is something our entire ringette community can be proud of.” To register for the upcoming ringette season, go to the Burnaby/New Westminster association website at bnwr.ca and click on registration.
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Ashley Ko came away with a bounty of medals from the Burnaby Barracudas’ Grand Prix swim meet last weekend. The first-year Barracuda club summer swimmer won five Division 1 races, including the 50- and 100metre freestyle and 100m individual medley. Ko also won a sixth medal, placing second in the 50m butterfly at the two-day meet held at Central Park outdoor pool. Barracuda swimmers came away with 45 individual medals, including 16 gold. The Burnaby Mountain Mantas boasted 17 individual gold medals – a dozen coming from three club swimmers, who all garnered four wins in their respective age categories. Hannah Cui won the free, the backstroke and IM at Div. 3, while Octavia Lau did the same at Div. 4. Bryan Yu won the 100m breaststroke and fly, as well as the free and IM in Div. 5 boys’ races. Other big winners from the host ’Cudas were Cayden Liang, who won the Div. 2 boys’ free sprint and placed runner-up in three other races. Div. 2 Conlin Duong and Div. 3 Ernest Hoptioncann both won two gold and a bronze. Gareth Jones also won a pair of gold in Div. 6. Randy Ho also won a gold, three silvers and a bronze in Div. 6 boys. Also winning gold for the hosts were Alessia Marquez and first-years Adam Graham and Fernando Lu. Other multi-medallists included Justin Lee, Emi Wong, Cameron Dickson and Rowan Cheung. Garrett Yeo, Maria Sulaver, Martina Blazevic, Natalia Blazevic, Mari Swim Page 40
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Best of the NW
Burnaby Minor baseball’s Theo Millas was chosen to play for B.C. Minor ’s 13-and-under Select team that will be participating at the CanadianAmateur Baseball Association’s Best of the Northwest tournament in Spokane, Washington from June 20 to 22. Millas was one of only 13 players selected to the represpentative team out of more than 120 hopefuls who tried out for the prov-
Burnaby Caprice is holding its annual year-end synchronized swimming watershow at C.G. Brown Pool on Saturday, June 14, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The show includes the club’s recent provincial champions, as well as the adapted swim team.
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Dynamo Swim Club posted some good results at a regional championship meet at Bonsor Pool last week. Taia Yuen, 14, won gold in the 200-metre butterfly, while 13-year-old Naiomi Donald placed first at in the 800m freestyle. Samantha Skene, 13, also won a gold in the 200m free. In the younger age groups, 10-year-old Eric Xiong won both the 50 and 100m free. Stefan Dukic, nine, was also a winner at in the 400m free.
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MountainUnitedFCsent four of its under-14 female players to the Canadian Soccer Association identification camp this week. Julia Grosso and Emma Regan came through the Clifff Avenue and Burnaby Girls programs, while Camila Hernandez was a teammate of the pair in Burnaby. Sophie Damian is a product of the North Shore Girls Club. The Mountain United girls were four of the eight players from B.C. selected to the 30-player shortlist for the ID camp.
Mary Metz and Jakub Vincalek were named senior female and male athletes of the year, respectively, at Moscrop Secondary School. Lauren Hum, Nicole Sweet and Abdi Abdinasir took similar honours in the Grade 11 athlete of the year. Kirsten Geyer and Dimitrije Vukovic were named Moscrop’s top junior female and male athletes, while Nicolas Sanchez, Jessica Hu and Dayna Louie won their respective Grade 9 awards. Nathan McMillan and Roanna De Guzman were Moscrop’s Grade 8 winners.
Four to ID camp
Brendan Ranford set up Texas Stars teammate Travis Morin for the gamewinning goal in overtime to give the NHL Dallas Stars affiliate a 2-1 win over the St. John’s Icecaps in the American Hockey League Calder Cup final on Wednesday. Ranford, who has scored eight goals and tallied 13 points in the AHL playoffs, is currently a plus-five in the post season for the Stars.
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Two Burnaby Winter Club products were among eight players from B.C. invited to the under-17 Hockey Canada development camp roster. Defenceman Dante Fabbro and forward Matt Barberis will attend the camp in Calgary from July 29 to Aug. 4. Fabbro was the top blueliner in the B.C. major midget league, garnering 22 goals and 61 points. Barberis was drafted 20th overall by the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League. – Tom Berridge
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Wong, Marcellus Dente, Ricky Dang and Nan Phung also medalled. For the Mantas, Kevin Wei won two gold and a silver in Div. 2 boys’ swims. Harvey Lee, Kenneth Ng and Teresa Peng each won a gold, a silver and a bronze in their respective age groups. Xavier Lau, Shalynn Lee, Selena Cui and Lauren Sartori, with three second-place ribbons in Div. 5, also medalled for the Mantas. The summer swim season runs through June and July, culminating in a Simon Fraser region qualifying meet at Central Park from Aug. 2 to 3. The top swimmers from the regionals will qualify for the B.C. championships to be held in Kamloops Aug. 15 through 17.
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-Retaining Walls - Stairs -House Facing - Pillars -Fireplaces - BBQs - BBB, Fully InsuredAnthony, 778-321-2536 NORTHLAND MASONRY. Rock, slate, brick, granite, pavers. 20 yrs exp. No job to small.. Will, 604-805-1582
MOVING TCP MOVING Lic & Ins 1 to 3 movers from $40 PROF MOVING est 2006. Local & Long distance Piano moving.
WAREHOUSE BBY SOUTH For lease, 4650 sqft Auto Body Repair shop, Freestanding, chain linkfenced area, spray booth, 1blk from skytrain. 5329 Imperial. 604-432-6050 by appt
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ROYAL CRESCENT ESTATES
office: 604-939-2136 cell: 604-727-5178
COQ 1 BR $770 quiet complex, incls h/w, laundry facils, free parking, nr amens, No pets Av now. 778-323-4317
POCO 2BR apts, $810 & 830, 2 BR t/hse $885 family complex, np. 604-464-0034
TOWNHOUSES FOR RENT
401 Westview St, Coq Large Units Near Lougheed Mall, Transportation & S.F.U.
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APARTMENTS / CONDOS-FOR SALE New West #1903-612-6 St. 19th Flr, stunning view of N. Shore Mtns, lrg 1200sf, 2 BR, 2bath, newer appls, hrdwd/ tile, prestigious Woodward Tower, mall attached, $495,000. 604-516-6938 NEW WEST (2) 1BR condo’s concrete bldng river/mtn view. Completely updated, nr skytrain/Douglas College ug pkng. 5th floor $169K & 11th floor $183K. 604-727-7908
1030 - 5th Ave, New West Near Transportation & Douglas College. Well Managed Building .
815 - 5th Ave, New West 1 BR & 2 BR Apartments Includes heat, h/w & cable. U/grnd prkg avail. No Pets. Call 604-521-2866 or 604-984-0147 .
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BBY NORTH 4 ste’s, 2 BR & 3 BR, w/d, d/w, f/p, yard, newly reno’d, prkg, steps to skytrain, $1200 to $1500 neg. 778-707-2771 BBY 1250sf, 2 BR g/l, 1.5 ba, W/D, own furn, carport, view. $1150. N/S. 778-378-3389 BBY BCIT (Pioneer). 2 BR, sh’d W/D. $795. NS/NP. 604-992-3537, 604-434-6807 BBY HTS lge furnished 1 BR g/lvl ste, inc heat, w/d, net, nr bus, SFU, Cap College, BCIT, n/s. Suit quiet person. $600, with net $630. Avail Aug 1. 604-298-6667
1010 6th Ave. New West. Suites Available. Beautiful atrium with fountain. By shops, college & transit. Pets negotiable. Ref req. CALL 604 715-7764 BAYSIDE PROPERTY SERVICES .
KING ALBERT COURT 1300 King Albert, Coquitlam
Close to Transportation, Schools & S.F.U.
office: 604-937-7343 cell: 778-863-9980
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555 Cottonwood Ave Coquitlam Large units some with 2nd bathroom or den. On bus routes, close to S.F.U. & Lougheed Mall. All advertising published in this newspaper is accepted on the premise that the merchandise and services offered are accurately described and willingly sold to buyers at the advertised prices. Advertisers are aware of these conditions. Advertising that does not conform to these standards or that is deceptive or misleading, is never knowingly accepted. If any reader encounters non-compliance with these standards we ask that you inform the Publisher of this newspaper and The Advertising Standards Council of B.C. OMISSION AND ERROR: The publishers do not guarantee the insertion of a particular advertisement on a specified date, or at all, although every effort will be made to meet the wishes of the advertisers. Further, the publishers do not accept liability for any loss or damage caused by an error or inaccuracy in the printing of an advertisement beyond the amount paid for the space actually occupied by the portion of the advertisement in which the error occurred. Any corrections or changes will be made in the next available issue. The Burnaby Now & The New Westminster Record will be responsible for only one incorrect insertion with liability limited to that portion of the advertisement affected by the error. Request for adjustments or corrections on charges must be made within 30 days of the ad’s expiration. For best results please
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COQ Central, Bright 1 BR bsmt, quiet. NS/NP. $900 incls utl/cbl/net. 604-939-0921
COZY 1 bdrm bsmt ste, avail July 1 for 1 very quiet person. Laurentian & Austin area, Close to bus and all amen. Bright kitchen, shrd laundry, all utils & cable incl. No pets, No smoking, No parties, Damage Dep & refs req’d. $700/m, Call (604)937-7363 N WEST 1BR clean quiet shr’d w/d, n/s, 1 cat ok. Suits 1. $650 inc utils. Jul 1. 604-520-3371
SERVICE & PARTS. Licensed & Insured. Washer. Dryers. Stove, Fridge, Dishwashers. 604-346-8925
CARPENTRY * Renos * Bsmt refinish * Drywall * Bath Tiles * Windows * Doors * Stairs. Call Norm 604-437-1470
CERAMIC TILING PTV TILE INSTALLATIONS Ceramic Tile, Porcelain, Stone. 25 Years Exp. Santo 778-235-1772
CLEANING ENVIRO MAID - Insured and Bonded. Residential. Exc refs. Free est. $25/hr. 604-6851344 enviromaid.net HC Office/House Cleaning Quality & Exp. Bonded & Ins $25/hr. 604-725-0856
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FLOORING Hardwood Floor Refinishing Repairs & Staining Installation Free Estimates Century Hardwood Floors 604-376-7224
Golden Hardwood & Laminate & Tiles. Prof install, refinishing, sanding & repairs. 778-858-7263 INSTALLATION REFINISHING, Sanding. Free est, great prices. Satisfaction guar. 604-518-7508
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ABE MOVING & Delivery & Rubbish Removal $35/HR per N-?=AT ; C,I& (G,K"""K(GCG AMI MOVING 5 ton cube Starting $49/hr. Local & long distance. 24/7. 604-617-8620 EAST WEST MOVERS E <A . V-T ; #** X 9@ :HWW P%VFAF ; (G,K&$(K&"&&
Able Boys Landscaping Ltd Bobcat, turf, Cedar fence, Tree trimming, Ashphalt Call (604)377-3107
Greenworx Redevelopment Inc. - Paver stones ,Hedges driveways/patios, ponds & walls, returfing, demos, drainage, jackhammering. Old pools filled in, concrete cutting 604-782-4322 778-710-2185 OPERA LANDSCAPING Bobcat, retaining walls, irrigation, paving, fences. 778-688-2444
LAWN & GARDEN WILDWOOD LANDSCAPING
Hedge Trimming & Tree Pruning & Hedge Removal, Spring Clean Up. Lawn Restoration. Planter Box, Garden Installation. Comm/Strata/Res Free Est. 604-893-5745
TREE CUTTING, Lawn Mowing, Hedge Trimming, Rubbish Removal, Pruning. 604-551-5547 **TRAN THE GARDENER** Lawns, aeration, power raking, cutting, trimming, cleanups. 604-723-2468
Local & long distance Call 604-720-0931 brothersmovingservice.com
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