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They need to fail, and shake it off course, because I think students need to fail and be OK with it and shake it off A local teacher wants her and try again.” students to fail and get over Agnew started working it – and the Burnaby school on the board/authority auboard has just approved a thorized (BAA) course in new course to help them October and submitted her do it. proposal on Dec. 1. Burnaby school trustees The one-semester, 120have approved Improvisahour Improvisation 12 class tion 12, a new performing will cover improv basics, like arts course at Alpha Seccharacter, story, spontaneity, ondary School. environment. Charlene Agnew, the AlStudents will then take pha drama teacher who part in short-form improviproposed and designed the sation (like Theatre Sports class, hopes it’ll be offered games), long-form improat her school visation and starting next genre work. Every time September. With its To her, imemphasis on you learn to be prov is the thecollaboration, unafraid , your critical thinkatrical equivalent of jazz and, brain changes ing and comparadoxically, munication, just the thing the course for today’s anxdovetails perious millennifectly with als. the new high school curricShe points to a quote by ulum coming in 2018/19, Chicago psychotherapist according to Agnew. Dr. Mark Pfeffer inYes,And: “This program is uniqueHow Improvisation Reverses ly positioned to help stu“No, But”Thinking and Imdents develop all of the core proves Creativity and Collabo- competencies,” she wrote ration—Lessons from The Sec- in her proposal. “Successful ond City. improvisation teaches and “Every time you learn requires students to connect to be unafraid, your brain with one another and colchanges. [Improv is] the laborate in ways and depths quickest way to get to the that they do not elsewhere. neural pathway change, beIn fact, improv is increasingcause it puts [people] in a ly taught in business organisituation where they’re faczations to increase listening, ing their fears.” clarity of communication, Agnew, an SFU theatre and cooperative problem performance grad, knows solving.” of which he speaks. She has It also allows students to been taking improv classtake risks and embrace failes at Vancouver Theatre ure in a safe environment, Sports’ Improv Comedy In- she said – something she exstitute for more than three pects to see a lot of in her years. new class. “We’re creating art by “It’s going to be full of committee, and the failure failure, and we’ll rejoice in rate is very high,” she said of it, and we’ll move on,” she improvisation. “That’s ansaid with a laugh. other reason I wanted the By Cornelia Naylor

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Above, Alpha Secondary improv club members Nadiya Scratchley and Vivian Wu act out a scene as Johanna Coley looks on during a recent performance in the school’s drama room. Below, Alpha drama teacher Charlene Agnew thinks up a scenario for students in her after-school improv club. A new improvisation course designed by Agnew was recently approved by the school board, and she hopes to start teaching it next September. PHOTOS CORNELIA NAYLOR

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Ex-student claims college misled students By Cayley Dobie

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A Burnaby woman is suing Douglas College alleging it misled students in the child, family and community studies Aboriginal stream program.

Agnes Tong is asking the college to repay her tuition fees, worth $1,732, and damages equal to tuition for time wasted plus court fees for a total of $3,700, according to court documents. Tong alleges she was told she would receive a certificate of com-

pletion upon completion of the eight-month program. It was her intention to use the credential in her job search. But when she completed the program in April 2016,Tong was issued an unofficial document that only recognized her attendance.

Douglas College denies it misled students. The college argues the information provided to prospective students of the Aboriginal stream program makes it clear it is “not a program for which students receive a Douglas College credential

upon completion.” The 16.5-credit, part-time program offers students an opportunity to learn directly from First Nations and Metis elders. Students attend classes twice a week for a total of four courses.There is Continued on page 5


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HAPPY NEW YEAR:

Skaters bid farewell to 2017 with a New Year’s Eve toonie skate at Kensington Complex. Clockwise from top left: Five-year-old Tania may be small, but she’s got some style on ice; eight-year-old Meredith Lim and Clark Lim give the ice a whirl; Madden Tiwana shows off a Sidney Crosby Jersey with Jessie Tiwana; Harlan Tiwana pledges allegiance to the Montreal Canadiens for the skate. 2017 marked Burnaby’s 125th birthday and Canada’s 150th. PHOTOS JENNIFER GAUTHIER

Ex-student sues college Continued from page 3 also a practicum option. The Aboriginal stream program is a stepping stone for the child and youth care diploma; classroom and community support diploma; or early childhood education certificate, according

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to court documents filed by Douglas College. Tong was accepted into the program in July 2015 and began her studies in September of that year. She completed the program in April 2016. OnWednesday,Tong and

the attorney representing the college appeared before a judge in small claims court. Both parties were expected back in court onThursday to present closing arguments (after press deadlines). None of the allegations have been proven in court.


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Opinion now OUR VIEW

Thank you, dear readers, for 2017

Scrolling through the headlines of 2017 reminds us, yet again, of how important – no, make that vital – people are to the life of this city and this newspaper. The BurnabyNOW rolls into our 35th year in 2018, and it triggers a certain amount of reflection and pondering. From the beginning, Burnaby has had a mixed relationship with newspapers. Several came and went before the BurnabyNOW took root. Some focused on just South Burnaby, others

decided they could make a case for a North Burnaby paper.When our founders started this newspaper out of the ashes of the Daily Columbian, they decided we would be a paper for all of Burnaby. And we’ve held to that commitment. Every day someone in this city takes a call from one of our reporters, or takes the time to discuss their media needs with one of our advertising representatives. Every day the people in this city let us into their lives – whether it be on a very per-

sonal level or on a business level. The trust that readers and advertisers have shown us over the years has always kept us working hard. Simply said:We can’t do it without you. Now, that doesn’t mean that every day someone drops a bouquet of roses on our doorstep. No.We take our fair share of criticism – deserved or undeserved. We also don’t believe our job is to be unquestioning boosters of our city.We are not here to represent special

interests, or turn a blind eye to mistakes made with your tax dollars. We are, we hope, like an old best friend: someone who tells you like it is. Even when you won’t like it. But we are keenly aware that we can only do our jobs with the trust and readership of our community. We are also keenly aware that that trust is earned on a story-by-story and advertisement-by-advertisement basis. Many of our news leads are phoned in, emailed in,

or told to a reporter that someone bumps into during an assignment. Our advertising representatives know that businesses expect results, and the BurnabyNOW continues to deliver customers in print and online. The media is facing a sea change nowadays.We live on the web, on Facebook, and Twitter as well as in print.The “newspaper” is really just a term that applies to the business of journalism and advertising – not just a physical paper.

There’s no question that 2018 will bring fresh challenges for all of us – and particularly for those of us in the “newspaper” industry. We’re here to continue the simple, but precious, tradition of sharing your stories, asking the hard questions, and supporting success in our community. We thank you for reading us in 2017.We are grateful that you continue to reach out to us and rely on us for local news that matters in Burnaby.

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Electoral costs are piling up

There are some ongoing costs attached to the NDP government’s various electoral-reform initiatives, and a lot of them are piling up in Elections B.C.’s budget. The independent office got its $10.4-million operating budget approved last month by the legislature’s finance committee. It also won approval for another $3.4 million in event-related expenditures in the coming fiscal year. But the office served notice it would need more money to cover other new functions once the costs are figured out.

… the office served notice it would need more money

The increase is needed to cover additional work the office is taking on as a result of campaign-finance reform and the upcoming referendum on changing the voting system to some kind of proportional-representation model. Those costs are on top of the hidden cost of minority government. Elections B.C. is spending much more than it normally would in the year after an election to keep the system at a much higher degree of readiness. The NDP holds power by virtue of an agreement with the three-member B.C.

Green caucus. Any loss of a confidence vote could trigger an immediate election. That would triple the budget right away, as the May election cost $36.5 million. The office’s budget submission said Elections B.C. “will ensure a full team of district electoral officers and deputies is appointed, and directed to carry out readiness preparations as required.We must ensure that information systems and election supplies are ordered, stocked in the warehouse, and are ready to be deployed throughout the province.” The office budgeted $1.7 million for preparedness in the coming year. Some of it is for costs that would be incurred in any event but are being budgeted much earlier. But about $850,000 of it is from additional expenses attributed to the minority situation and the need to keep various systems ready and a core group of returning-office staff on hand and ready. The readiness budget for the years after is yet to be determined. Elections B.C. also outlined $1.7 million in expected new costs to administer new campaign-financing restrictions in the local elections in November. Legislation in the fall banned union and corporate donations in local politics as well as provincial. It also imposed a $1,200 limit on individual donations in Continued on page 7

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Citynow Moms’ group spreads Christmas cheer in city TerezaVerenca HERE & NOW

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Kudos to a Burnaby mom who successfully raised $3,000 to help a dozen families at Christmas. In November, Jodelene Weir launched a hamper program through the Burnaby Mommy Group on Facebook (Weir is the group’s administrator). She wanted to raise enough money to give each needy family $200 in grocery gift cards before the holidays. “In 21 days, the funds, 150-plus new and used items were collected, along with fresh food from several meal-kit delivery companies (Fuud, HelloFresh, Batch & iMeal) and sorted at Lochdale Hall in North Burnaby (rental fee was waived for this non-profit function),” Weir wrote in an email to the NOW. “As expected, the families receiving hampers were overwhelmed by the generosity of the community and responded with words of gratitude. One mom wrote, ‘My family is so grateful to everyone who made our Christmas extra special this year.We have really been struggling, and this hamper took all the stress off our shoulders so we can focus on our family during the holidays.’” Hampers were dropped off on Dec. 13. Great job, Jodelene! NON-PROFITS GET FINANCIAL BOOST Two local charities are the recipients of the net proceeds from last year’s RCMP Musical Ride.

Honour House Society and Burnaby Neighbourhood House each received $5,000, according to the Dec. 4 city council agenda. The RCMP Musical Ride was held at Swangard Stadium on Aug. 18 – the second time in Burnaby’s history. The ride tours throughout Canada and internationally between May and October, performing at about 40 venues each year.

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Thirty-three horses perform as riders execute a variety of cavalry drills choreographed to music. “The sold-out event was a great success and over 4,400 people attended,” reads a report from Dave Ellenwood, the city’s director of parks, recreation and cultural services. The Burnaby event also featured performances by the RCMP E Division

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Do you know a boy who loves to sing? The British Columbia Boys Choir celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018 and is looking for 50 new boys in Greater Vancouver to join the choir. The 50th anniversary singing program is open to boys aged nine to 12 who have excelled in music.They can be nominated by music teachers (both school teachers and private teachers). The choir will rehearse Wednesdays at 6 p.m. from Jan. 10 to Feb. 24 at Deer Lake School in Burnaby. Registration and nomination forms are available at www.bcboyschoir.org or by calling 1-888-909-8282. GALLERY SHOW OPENING Art lovers, don’t forget to head over to Deer Lake Gallery next weekend for the opening of the first exhibition of 2018. An opening reception is set for noon on Saturday, Jan. 13 to unveil Bodies of Salt, a solo show by artist Amanda Smart. Smart grew up on the Sunshine Coast, where she first discovered her love of painting and nature. After travelling and living in South America, she moved back to Vancouver, where she attended Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Smart works primarily in traditional oils and has developed a realistically inclined style with “hints of dreaminess and ethereality,” as a press release notes. “Amanda aims to explore our natural surroundings while at the same time composing comparisons to our own experiences and conditions as humans,” the release says. “Amanda hopes

to continue to use her commitment to her painting as a way to study, learn and explore where we live and our relationships to that.” Deer Lake Gallery is at 6584 Deer Lake Ave.The gallery is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m., with free admission and parking. Call 604-2987322 or see www.burnaby artscouncil.org. THE ELIXIR OF LOVE Burnaby residents will be among those taking to the stage when Vancouver Opera presents Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore this month. The opera (known in English as The Elixir of Love) features a lovestruck man, a village beauty, an army captain and a travelling doctor with a magic potion – all set in this incarnation in an early 1900s

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Canadian town.The opera, one of the most well-known of the bel canto era and the most performed of all Donizetti’s operas, hasn’t been seen in Vancouver since 1999.When it takes to the stage at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Jan. 21 to 27, it will star soprano Ying Fang, tenor Andrew Haji, bass-baritone Stephen Hegedus and baritone Brett Polegato. Burnaby’s Heather Molloy will be in the opera chorus, while two Burnaby musicians are also part of the orchestra – trumpet player Jim Littleford and acting concertmaster Angela Cavadas. Check out www.vancou

veropera.ca for tickets and information. IN COSTUME A Burnaby resident is offering up her talents as costume designer for a new production by Pi Theatre. Pi Theatre and the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival are presenting the English Canadian premiere of David Greig’s The Events, running Jan. 17 to 28 at the Russian Hall in Vancouver. The play, directed by Richard Wolfe with a musical score by John Browne, was inspired by the 2011 attacks in Utoya, Norway, when 69 people were killed at a summer camp. Rather than focusing on the violence, however, the production centres around Claire (played by Luisa Jojic), a female priest and choirmaster, who struggles to understand the event that changed her life. Douglas Ennenberg plays six characters opposite her. The production features a different community choir each night – with the choir serving as spectator and performer as the singers represent the community and share both songs of their own choosing and those composed especially for the production. In total, more than 220 community members from 12 choirs will be part of the show’s run. Burnaby’s Connie Hosie has designed the costumes for the production, having previously worked on Pi Theatre’s Long Division. Tickets are $26 for the Jan. 17 preview and matinees, or $31 general admission. It runs Jan. 17 to 28 at the Russian Hall, 600 Campbell Ave. See www.pi theatre.com/the-events. DANCE ON FILM A Burnaby resident is on

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her way to the Philippines to work on her first professionally funded dance film. Tin Gamboa, armed with a B.C. Arts Council grant and money she fundraised herself, is spearheading The MariaClara Project, which is exploring the idea of what it means to be a Filipino woman. A press release notes that, as a Filipina herself, Gamboa is

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Family Activities In the B.A.G.: City Structures | 3 years & up Art Gallery Su (1) 1-4pm Jan 21 In the B.A.G.: Epic Escapades | 3 years & up Art Gallery Su (1) 1-4pm Feb 18 Family Art Studio | 4-15 years Eileen Dailly Sa (7) 4-5:30pm Jan 27 Family Artworks | 5 years & up Shadbolt Sa (8) 2-3:30pm Jan 13 Family Day Fun & Games | 2 years & up Cameron M (1) 10-11am Feb 12 M (1) 11am-12noon Feb 12 Yoga for Families | 7 years & up Edmonds Su (6) 11-11:45am Jan 21 Yoga for Families | 8 years & up Edmonds Su (6) 10-10:45am Jan 21 Eileen Dailly Su (6) 10:45am-12noon Jan 21 Family Day at the Carousel | 1 year & up Museum M (1) 11am-2pm Feb 12 Family Day Hike | 6 years & up Deer Lake Park M (1) 1-3pm Feb 12

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Adapted Programs Music Explorations | 5-12 years Bonsor M (9) 6:15-7pm Music Explorations | 13 years & up Bonsor M (9) 7-7:45pm Fitness Challenge |19 years & up Bonsor W (10) 12noon-1pm Adapted Yoga | 18 years & up Edmonds F (9) 10-11:30am Karaoke Night | 19 years & up Willingdon Th (1) 6:30-8pm Shall We Dance? | 18 years & up Bonsor W (10) 12noon-1pm Social Club | 19 years & up Willingdon Th (8) 6:30-8pm Sports Mania | 18 years & up Bonsor Th (10) 12noon-1:30pm Stepping Out on the Town | 18 years & up Bonsor F (9) 6:30-9pm Theatre Time | 18 years & up Bonsor Tu (10) 12noon-1pm Prices do not include taxes.

Jan 8

452117

$43.20

Jan 8

452118

$43.20

Jan 10

456017

$39.50

Jan 19

455557

$73.58

Mar 15 442183

$6.70

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452130

$23.00

Jan 18

442181

$53.60

Jan 11

452234

$34.50

Jan 12

452114

$51.75

Jan 9

452127

$23.00

Clayworks Preschool | 4-5 years Shadbolt Su (8) 3:30-4:30pm Jan 14 445337 $83.00 Baby's First Dance & Play | 2-15 months Cameron M (8) 10:30-11:15am Jan 15 441221 $45.30 Creative Ballet | 3 years Bonsor Tu (9) 3:30-4pm Jan 16 444664 $34.00 Edmonds Tu (8) 10:05-10:35am Jan 16 445190 $30.20 W (8) 1:45-2:15pm Jan 17 445192 $30.20 Th (16) 11:30am-12noon Jan 18 445196 $60.40 Eileen Dailly F (8) 4:50-5:20pm Jan 19 445989 $30.20 Willingdon F (10) 9:45-10:15am Jan 12 445986 $37.75 Creative Ballet | 3-4 years Edmonds F (8) 2:35-3:20pm Jan 12 445194 $45.30 Willingdon F (10) 10:20-11:05am Jan 12 445988 $56.65 Creative Ballet | 4 years Bonsor Tu (9) 4:10-4:55pm Jan 16 444665 $51.00 Su (7) 10:35-11:20am Jan 28 444669 $39.65 Edmonds Tu (8) 10:40-11:25am Jan 16 445191 $45.30 W (8) 2:20-3:05pm Jan 17 445193 $45.30 Creative Ballet | 4-5 years Bonsor Th (10) 4:55-5:40pm Jan 11 444666 $56.60 Creative Dance | 3-5 years Eileen Dailly F (8) 3:45-4:30pm Jan 19 446006 $45.30 Uni Highlands W (8)4:30-5:15pm Jan 17 446005 $45.30 Creative Dance to Live Music - One Week Program | 3 years Shadbolt M-F (5) 10:35-11:20am Mar 19 441966 $55.25 Creative Dance to Live Music - One Week Program | 4 years Shadbolt M-F (5) 11:25am-12:10pm Mar 19 441967 $55.25 Creative Dance to Live Music - One Week Program | 5 years Shadbolt M-F (5) 12:25-1:25pm Mar 19 441968 $55.25 Creative Dance to Live Music: Short-term | 5 years Shadbolt Su (10) 12noon-1pm Jan 7 441965 $110.50 Dance Around the World | 4-5 years Edmonds Th (8) 5:40-6:25pm Jan 18 445198 $45.30 Dance with Me, Baby! | 12-24 months Bonsor M (8) 9:45-10:15am Jan 15 444552 $26.60 Edmonds Tu (8) 9:30-10am Jan 16 445199 $30.20 Th (8) 9:15-9:45am Jan 18 445200 $30.20 Dance with Me, Daddy! | 2-3 years Bonsor Su (7) 9:40-10:25am Jan 28 445310 $37.55 Fairy Dance | 4-5 years Bonsor Sa (10) 10:45-11:30am Jan 13 445309 $56.60 First Steps - Creative Dance | 2-3 years Cameron Th (10) 11:10-11:40am Jan 11 445994 $37.75 Edmonds F (8) 2-2:30pm Jan 12 445203 $30.20 Willingdon F (10) 12noon-12:30pm Jan 12 445995 $37.75 First Steps - Creative Dance | 12 months-2 years Uni Highlands W (8) 5:20-5:50pm Jan 17 445996 $30.20 Kinder Ballet | 5 years Bonsor Su (7) 11:30am-12:15pm Jan 28 445246 $39.65 Edmonds W (8) 3:15-4pm Jan 17 446633 $45.30 Kinder Ballet | 5-6 years Bonsor Tu (9) 5:05-6:05pm Jan 16 445244 $67.95 Mini Hip Hoppers | 3 years Edmonds Su (8) 1:35-2:05pm Jan 14 445208 $30.20 M (8) 3:30-4pm Jan 15 445204 $30.20 Mini Hip Hoppers | 3-4 years Edmonds Tu (8) 11:30am-12:15pm Jan 16 445205 $45.30 Tu (8) 2:25-3:10pm Jan 16 445206 $45.30 Mom 'n' Me Dance | 2-3 years Bonsor Sa (10) 9-9:45am Jan 13 445272 $53.60 M (8) 10:25-11:10am Jan 15 444553 $42.90 W (9) 9:30-10:15am Jan 17 445267 $48.25 Preschool Tap | 4-5 years Edmonds F (16) 3:30-4:15pm Jan 19 457197 $90.60 Preschool Tap | 3½-5 years Bonsor W (9) 11:20am-12:05pm Jan 17 445277 $51.00

Story Dance | 3½-5 years Bonsor M (8) 12:15-1pm Jan 15 Tiny Tot Dance Sampler | 3 years Edmonds Su (8) 2:10-2:40pm Jan 14 Toddler's First Dance & Play | 15 months-3 years Cameron M (8) 9:30-10:15am Jan 15 Yoga Dance | 3½-4 years Bonsor Sa (10) 9:55-10:40am Jan 13 Yoga Dance | 3½-5 years Bonsor M (8) 11:20am-12:05pm Jan 15 Yoga, Dance, & Stories | 3-4 years Edmonds Th (8) 10:40-11:25am Jan 18 Baby Signing & Song Level I | 1-10 months Bonsor Th (8) 9:30-10:15am Jan 18 Edmonds F (8) 9:30-10:15am Jan 19 Baby Signing & Song Level I | 10-18 months Bonsor Th (8) 10:30-11:15am Jan 18 Baby Signing & Song Level I | 8-12 months Eileen Dailly W (8) 12noon-12:45pm Jan 17 Babytime Music & Movement | 3-11 months Bonsor W (8) 10:25-11:10am Jan 24 Edmonds W (8) 10:20-10:50am Jan 10 Babytime Music & Movement | 11-23 months Bonsor F (9) 10:25-11:10am Jan 19 Edmonds Th (8) 11:35am-12:20pm Jan 11 Mini Music Makers: Drumming | 3-5 years Edmonds Su (1) 2-3pm Mar 18 Mom 'n' Me Music | 2-3 years Bonsor Tu (9) 10:15-11am Jan 16 Music & My Baby | 1-12 months Eileen Dailly F (8) 11:45am-12:30pm Jan 19 Music & My Baby/Music & My Toddler | 1-3 months Eileen Dailly F (8) 12:45-1:30pm Jan 19 Musical Rascals | 2-3 years Bonsor F (9) 9:30-10:15am Jan 19 Edmonds W (8) 11-11:45am Jan 10 Sa (8) 11:25am-12:10pm Jan 13 Orff/Kodaly | 3½-4½ years Edmonds Th (8) 10:40-11:25am Jan 11 Orff/Kodaly | 3½-5 years Bonsor Tu (9) 11:10am-12:10pm Jan 16

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$56.60

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Orff/Kodaly | 4-5 years Edmonds Sa (8) 12:15-1:15pm Jan 13 445212 $66.40 Piano Explorations | 5 years Bonsor M (16) 11:20am-12:05pm Jan 15 444575 $207.05 Yamaha Apple Course | 2-3 years Bonsor M (16) 9:30-10:15am Jan 22 446795 $192.00 M (16) 10:25-11:10am Jan 22 446796 $192.00 Young Tunes | 2-3 years Bonsor W (8) 9:30-10:15am Jan 24 445281 $45.40 Shadbolt Sa (9) 9-9:45am Jan 13 441943 $54.34 Young Tunes | 3-5 years Willingdon Tu (10) 10:50-11:50am Jan 9 461530 $80.50 Young Tunes | 4-5 years Shadbolt Tu (9) 3:25-4:20pm Jan 9 441942 $72.45 Sa (9) 9:50-10:50am Jan 13 441944 $72.45 Young Tunes 4 Families | 2-3 years (siblings may also attend) Bonsor F (9) 11:20am-12:05pm Jan 19 445298 $51.10 Sa (8) 10:10-10:55am Jan 20 445299 $45.40 Edmonds Sa (8) 10:30-11:15am Jan 13 445224 $45.40 Willingdon Tu (10) 10-10:45am Jan 9 461528 $56.80 Drama & Music - the Best of Both! | 42 months-5 years Bonsor W (8) 11:20am-12:20pm Jan 24 445291 $57.20 A is for Art, F is for Family | 2½-4 years Bonsor F (7) 10:35-11:35am Feb 2 445307 $50.75 Edmonds Tu (8) 10:45-11:30am Jan 16 445183 $45.30 Super Cities | 4-6 years Art Gallery Sa (4) 10-11am Jan 27 445719 $35.00 Adventure Passports | 4-6 years Art Gallery Sa (4) 10-11am Feb 24 456375 $35.00 Sa (4) 11:30am-12:30pm Feb 24 456376 $35.00 Super Cities | 4-6 years Art Gallery Sa (4) 11:30am-12:30pm Jan 27 456374 $35.00 Artful Duos | 2-5 years Art Gallery F (4) 9:30-10:30am Feb 16 457885 $25.40 F (4) 11:15am-12:15pm Feb 16 457887 $25.40 Budding Artists | 4-5 years Shadbolt Tu (8) 1:45-2:45pm Jan 16 442315 $60.40 ClayPlay & Paint | 3½-5 years Bonsor F (7) 9:30-10:15am Feb 2 445305 $38.05 ClayPlay & Paint | 3-4 years Edmonds Tu (8) 9:30-10:30am Jan 16 445189 $60.40 Drawing Through Reading | 3½-5 years Edmonds Tu (8) 11:45am-12:45pm Jan 16 445201 $60.40

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Mixed-Media Baby | 2-3 years Willingdon Sa (8) 9:30-10:15am Jan 20 446077 $45.30 Pencils, Paints & Plasticine | 4-5 years Edmonds Sa (8) 10:10-10:55am Jan 13 445213 $45.30 Stoney Creek W (8) 9:30-10:30am Jan 17 446021 $60.40 Willingdon Sa (8) 10:45-11:45am Jan 20 446023 $60.40 ABC Active Adventures | 3-5 years Edmonds F (9) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 12 443926 $110.70 Baby Busy Bees | 4 months-3 years Cameron Th (8) 9:45-11:15am Jan 18 441220 $61.10 Block Buddies | 3-5 years Willingdon Th (10) 1-2:30pm Jan 11 442161 $113.55 Busy Bees on the Run! | 18 months-4 years Willingdon Th (10) 11:30am-12:45pm Jan 11 441894 $63.60 Busy Bees | 10 months-5 years Bonsor M (8) 10-11:30am Jan 15 444491 $61.100 Willingdon Th (10) 9:30-11am Jan 11 441892 $76.35 Uni Highlands Tu (10) 9:30-11am Jan 9 444334 $76.33 Th (10) 9:30-11am Jan 11 444335 $76.33 Cooking Time for Toddlers | 17-36 months Eileen Dailly W (4) 12:30-2pm Jan 17 445351 $45.40 Wesburn F (6) 9:30-11am Jan 26 444119 $68.15 Creations & Inventions | 3-5 years Willingdon F (10) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 12 441890 $151.40 Daily Discoveries: Colours & Shapes | 3-5 years Edmonds Sa (6) 9:30-11:30am Jan 20 445278 $90.85 Double the Fun | 3-5 years Bonsor Th (9) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 18 444742 $110.70 Incredible Edible Books | 3-5 years Bonsor W (8) 9:30-11:30am Jan 17 444565 $121.10 Willingdon Tu (10) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 9 441889 $151.40 Kaleidoscope | 4-5 years Cameron F (8) 9:15-11:15am Jan 12 446442 $121.10 Kinder Carpenters | 4-5 years Edmonds M (8) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 8 443941 $121.10 Play to Learn Preschool | 3-5 years Play activities help children develop physical, intellectual, social and emotional skills. This fun learning environment includes a variety of recreational and educational play using art, music, science, play stations, group activities and routines. Visit us at burnaby.ca/webreg for locations and start dates. Pre-kindergarten | 4-5 years Eileen Dailly F (9) 12:45-2:45pm Jan 19 445342 $136.25

Preschool Explorers | 3-5 years Bonsor F (9) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 19 Preschool Sports & More | 3-5 years Willingdon W (10) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 10 Charles Rummel F (9) 9:30-11:30am Jan 19 Silly Scientists | 3-5 years Eileen Dailly M (8) 12:45-2:45pm Jan 15 Storybook Adventures | 3-5 years Edmonds W (9) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 10 Teeny Valentine Special | 18 months-5 years Bonsor M (1) 10-11:30am Feb 12 Edmonds Sa (1) 10-11:30am Feb 10 Sa (1) 12:30-2pm Feb 10 Young Einsteins | 3-5 years Stoney Creek Th (9) 9:30-11:30am Jan 18 Kinderkids Can Move | 40 months-5 years Cameron Th (8) 1:30-2:30pm Jan 11 Preschool Sports & Games | 3 years Edmonds F (9) 3:45-4:15pm Jan 12 Preschool Sports & Games: Soccer | 3 years Bonsor Th (9) 10:35-11:05am Jan 18 Preschool Sports & Games | 4-5 years Bonsor Sa (8) 10:30-11:15am Jan 13 Sa (8) 12:05-12:50pm Jan 13 Preschool Sports & Games: Floor Hockey | 3-5 years Willingdon M (9) 12:30-1:45pm Jan 8 Kindergym | 40 months-5 years Bonsor M (8) 12:45-1:45pm Jan 15

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Children Programs Clayworks | 7-10 years Bonsor Su (6) 1:30-3pm Acro Dance | 8-10 years Edmonds Th (17) 3:30-4:30pm Acro Dance I 10-13 years Edmonds Th (17) 4:35-5:35pm Acro Dance I 8-11 years Bonsor Sa (16) 12:35-1:35pm Bollywood Jazz | 7-12 years Bonsor Tu (9) 5:30-6:30pm Break Dance | 9-13 years Bonsor Su (14) 4:15-5:15pm Chinese Traditional Dance | 7-10 years Bonsor W (13) 4:30-5:30pm Family Dance Jam | 1-12 years Cameron Su (5) 10-11am Hip Hop & Break Dance | 9-12 years Edmonds M (8) 4:05-5:05pm Hip Hop | 9-12 years Bonsor Sa (9) 1:50-2:50pm Pre-Jazz (Mid-term) | 6 years Bonsor W (16) 3:45-4:45pm Jazz | 6-8 years Bonsor Sa (9) 12:40-1:40pm Jazz | 9-12 years Bonsor Sa (9) 3-4pm Jazz / Hip Hop | 9-12 years Edmonds Tu (8) 5:20-6:20pm Sa (8) 2:55-3:55pm Modern Dance | 6-8 years Eileen Dailly F (10) 6:20-7:20pm Pre-Ballet (Mid-term) | 6 years Bonsor M (14) 3:40-4:40pm Su (14) 11:35am-12:35pm Pre-Ballet (Short-term) | 6 years Bonsor Su (7) 12:30-1:30pm Pre-Ballet (Short-term) |6-7 years Edmonds W (8) 4:05-5:05pm

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453935 $164.05

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453936 $164.05

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442255 $144.80

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442312 $105.70

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457861

$37.75

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$60.40

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451605

$67.95

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442347 $120.80

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456707

$67.95

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456708

$67.95

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$52.85

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SPrinG Break March 19-29, 2018 Little Spring Breakers | 3-5 years Edmonds M-F (5) 9:30-11:30am M-F (5) 9:30-11:30am M-Th (4) 9:30-11:30am Spring Break at the BAG | 4-5 years Art Gallery M-F (5) 9:30-11:30am M-Th (4) 9:30-11:30am Kinder Ventures | 5-6 years Willingdon Tu-Th (3) 9:30am-12noon Kindergarten Club | 5-6 years Bonsor M-F (5) 12:30-3pm M-Th (4) 12:30-3pm Creative Drama | 6-8 years Shadbolt M-F (5) 10:45am-12:15pm Spring Ventures | 6-12 years Willingdon M-Th (4) 9am-3pm Exclusively...ARTS! | 5-12 years Edmonds M (1) 9am-3pm Tu (1) 9am-3pm W (1) 9am-3pm Th (1) 9am-3pm F (1) 9am-3pm M (1) 9am-3pm Tu (1) 9am-3pm W (1) 9am-3pm Th (1) 9am-3pm Exclusively...ARTS! | 6 years Bonsor M-Th (4) 9am-3pm Exclusively...ARTS! | 7-8 years Bonsor M-Th (4) 9am-3pm Exclusively...ARTS! | 9-12 years Bonsor M-Th (4) 9am-3pm Go-Karts, Swim & BBQ | 13-18 years Summit W (1) 10am-4pm Lifesaving Camp | 13 years & up Edmonds M-F (5) 9am-5:30pm M-F (5) 9am-5:30pm Spring Break at the BAG | 6-9 years Art Gallery M-F (5) 12:30-3pm M-Th (4) 12:30-3pm

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$59.25

Mar 19 457931 $356.80 Mar 26 457932 $356.80 Mar 19 457032 $105.00 Mar 26 457065 $84.00

Cameron Spring Break Camp | 6-9 years Cameron M-F (5) 9am-3pm Mar 19 450103 $160.50 Tu-Th (3) 9am-3pm Mar 27 450104 $96.30 CAMP - Shadbolt Arts Jam | 6-10 years Shadbolt M-F (5) 8:30am-3pm Mar 19 447890 $273.00 Shadbolt After-Camp Fun | 6-10 years Shadbolt M-F (5) 3-5pm Mar 19 447895 $28.50 Camp Madawaska | 6-12 years Charles Rumme M-F (5) 9:30am-3:30pm Mar 19 457705 $174.54 Camp Madawaska Leadership Camp | 11-15 years Creekside M-F (5) 9:30am-3:30pm Mar 19 457687 $174.54 Spring Break Heritage Adventure Camp | 6-9 years Museum M-F (5) 9am-3pm Mar 19 456903 $170.00 M-Th (4) 9am-3pm Mar 26 456904 $140.00 After-Camp Club | 6-9 years Museum M-F (5) 3-4:30pm Mar 19 456908 $50.00 M-Th (4) 3-4:30pm Mar 26 456909 $40.50 Spring Break Spectacular | 6-12 years Make the most of spring break! Leave it to the experts in fun, with sports, outrageous arts and more. This action-packed program is offered at Bonsor, Edmonds and Wesburn. Visit burnaby.ca/webreg for more information and to register.After-camp options may also be available. Spring Break Youth Zone | 9-11 years Wesburn M (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 19 455949 $33.00 Tu (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 20 455950 $33.00 W (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 21 455951 $33.00 Th (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 22 455952 $33.00 F (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 23 455953 $33.00 M-Th (4) 8:30am-3pm Mar 26 455958 $116.70 M (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 26 455948 $33.00 Tu (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 27 455957 $33.00 W (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 28 455955 $33.00 Th (1) 8:30am-3pm Mar 29 455954 $33.00 Byte Camp: 2-D Video Game Design | 9-12 years Bonsor M-F (5) 9am-3pm Mar 19 456730 $260.00 Story-hive | 10-12 years Shadbolt M-F (5) 10am-1pm Mar 26 462050 $98.30 Bowling for Youth | 10-15 years Edmonds Tu (1) 11am-3pm Mar 20 453764 $26.00


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Pre-Tap (Mid-term) | 6 years Bonsor W (16) 4:50-5:50pm Jan 17 Tap Dance | 6-8 years Edmonds F (16) 4:20-5:20pm Jan 19 Tap Dance | 9-12 years Edmonds F (16) 5:25-6:25pm Jan 19 Tap I (for new dancers) | 7-10 years Bonsor W (16) 6-7pm Jan 17 Zumba® Kids | 7-10 years Edmonds M (4) 4-4:45pm Feb 19 Poetry SLAM! | 10-14 years Edmonds Th (8) 7:35-8:20pm Jan 25 Word Play | 6-8 years Edmonds Sa (8) 2-3pm Jan 13 Word Play | 6-9 years Edmonds Th (8) 6:45-7:30pm Jan 25 Brick Stop Motion Animation | 6-11 years Bonsor W (4) 3:30-5pm Feb 21 Intro to Animation | 9-13 years Bonsor Sa (8) 3:40-4:55pm Jan 20 Cutout Animation | 9-12 years Shadbolt M (8) 4-5:30pm Jan 8 Video Game Concept Art | 10-15 years Shadbolt Sa (9) 1:15-2:45pm Jan 13 Digital Animation |10-15 years Shadbolt Th (9) 5:30-7pm Jan 11 Kid Tech | 9-11 years Shadbolt F (9) 5-6:30pm Jan 12 Mini Coding: Game Design - Level II | 9-12 years Edmonds W (8) 4:30-5:30pm Jan 17 Wedo 2 Robotics | 7-12 years Bonsor W (4) 5:10-6:40pm Jan 17 Glee Choir | 8-12 years Edmonds Sa (8) 1:20-2:20pm Jan 13 Orff Music | 5-6 years Shadbolt Sa (9) 2:20-3:20pm Jan 13 Recorder: Group Lessons | 6-8 years Edmonds Th (9) 5:10-5:55pm Jan 18 Sing Out Loud: Group Voice | 9-12 years Shadbolt Sa (9) 3:30-4:30pm Jan 13 Discovering Speech & Drama | 9-11 years Bonsor Sa (8) 12:15-1:15pm Jan 20

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Drama Adventures | 6-8 years Edmonds Su (8) 1-2pm Jan 14 Drama Games & Improv | 6-8 years Bonsor Sa (8) 11:05am-12:05pm Jan 20 Drama One | 9-12 years Edmonds Su (8) 2:55-3:55pm Jan 14 Drama One | 10-13 years Shadbolt Th (8) 5:45-7:45pm Jan 11 Improv 101 | 9-14 years Edmonds M (6) 5:45-6:45pm Jan 22 Intro to Buffoon & Movement | 6-8 years Edmonds M (6) 4:30-5:30pm Jan 22 Lights, Rolling, Action! | 10-12 years Shadbolt W (8) 4-5:30pm Jan 10 Art Attack! | 6-8 years Edmonds F (4) 4:30-5:30pm Feb 2 Art Sampler | 9-12 years Eileen Dailly Sa (7) 5:45-7:15pm Jan 27 Super Cities | 6-9 years Art Gallery Sa (4) 1-2:30pm Jan 27 Adventure Passports | 6-9 years Art Gallery Sa (4) 1-2:30pm Jan 27 Budding Artists | 5-6 years Shadbolt Sa (8) 11am-12noon Jan 13 Sa (8) 12:30-1:30pm Jan 13 Creative Artworks: Miniature Worlds | 6-9 years Willingdon Tu (6) 3:30-5pm Feb 6 Drawing & Cartooning | 9-12 years Edmonds Su (6) 1:15-2:30pm Jan 21 Drawing, Painting & Collage | 9-12 years Edmonds Sa (8) 12:35-1:35pm Jan 13 Shadbolt Sa (8) 9-10:30am Jan 13 Sa (8) 11am-12:30pm Jan 13 Junior Architects | 8-11 years Bonsor Tu (7) 6:30-7:45pm Jan 30 Like the Masters: Drawing & Painting | 6½-8 years Bonsor Sa (7) 9:30-10:45am Jan 20 Like the Masters: Drawing & Painting | 9-12 years Edmonds Su (8) 12:45-1:45pm Jan 14 Bonsor Sa (7) 11am-12:30pm Jan 20 Picture Book Creator | 8-10 years Bonsor Sa (8) 1:15-2:15pm Jan 20 PreTeen Art Extreme | 9-12 years Edmonds F (4) 5:45-6:45pm Feb 2 Robotix for Youth | 10-15 years Shadbolt Th (8) 5:45-7:45pm Jan 18 Young Artists | 6-8 years Eileen Dailly Sa (7) 2:15-3:45pm Jan 27 Babysitter's Basics | 11-15 years Bonsor Th (6) 4-6pm Feb 1 Cameron Tu (6) 3:30-5:30pm Jan 30 Edmonds Sa (4) 12:30-3:30pm Jan 27 Eileen Dailly Th (6) 6-8pm Jan 25 Cooking Basics | 10-13 years Edmonds Sa (4) 11:30am-1pm Jan 27 Creekside Boys Group | 9-13 years Creekside Tu (3) 3:15-4:45pm Feb 13 Stoney Creek Girls Group | 9-13 years Creekside Tu (3) 3:15-4:45pm Jan 23 For Girls Only | 6-9 years Willingdon F (8) 3:30-5:30pm Jan 19 For Girls Only | 10-12 years Willingdon F (8) 6-8pm Jan 19 Gymtime & Board Games | 6-12 years Willingdon F (6) 6-7:30pm Jan 26 Yoga for Kids | 9-12 years Willingdon Tu (8) 6-7pm Jan 23 All Sports | 6-7 years Edmonds Th (5) 3:30-4:30pm Feb 15

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All Sports | 8-9 years Edmonds Th (5) 4:45-5:45pm Feb 15 454259 $23.50 Basketball | 5-7 years Bonsor Sa (8) 9:15-10:15am Jan 13 444672 $37.60 Basketball | 8-10 years Bonsor Sa (8) 10:30-11:30am Jan 13 444673 $37.60 Basketball | 10-12 years Willingdon W (6) 6:25-7:25pm Jan 31 448113 $28.20 Basketball Skills & Drills | 6-10 years Bonsor Th (5) 3:15-4:45pm Jan 11 455512 $35.25 Th (5) 3:15-4:45pm Feb 15 455513 $35.25 Basketball Skills & Drills | 10-13 years Edmonds Th (4) 3:30-5pm Jan 25 452606 $28.20 Floor Hockey | 5-7 years Bonsor Tu (9) 3:40-4:40pm Jan 16 444696 $42.30 Floor Hockey | 6-7 years Edmonds Th (5) 3:30-4:30pm Jan 11 454274 $23.50 Floor Hockey | 8-9 years Edmonds Th (5) 4:45pm-5:45pm Jan 11 454275 $23.50 Floor Hockey | 8-10 years Bonsor Tu (9) 4:50-5:50pm Jan 16 444694 $42.30 Floor Hockey | 10-13 years Bonsor Tu (9) 6-7pm Jan 16 444695 $42.30 Edmonds M (6) 5-6pm Jan 22 452607 $28.20 Girls Basketball Skills & Drills | 10-13 years Edmonds Th (4) 3:30-5pm Feb 22 453301 $28.20 Karate Kids II | 6-12 years Edmonds W (6) 4:25-5:25pm Jan 17 454278 $37.50 Eileen Dailly Sa (10) 11:05am-12:05pm Jan 13 444279 $62.50 Volleyball Skills & Drills | 10-13 years Edmonds Tu (4) 5-6pm Jan 23 452605 $28.20 Junior Survivors Snowshoe Trip to Mt. Seymour | 8-12 years City Hall Sa (1) 10:30am-2pm Feb 24 454372 $46.70 Badminton Lessons: Junior Competitive | 9-18 years Bonsor W (10) 6:45-8pm Jan 10 453022 $104.40 Badminton Lessons - Juniors | 6-12 years Edmonds Tu (5) 3:45-4:45pm Feb 27 456934 $41.75 Badminton - Intermediate-Advanced | 8-12years Edmonds Sa (5) 6:45-7:45pm Feb 24 456933 $41.75 Badminton - Level I | 6-12 years Bonsor W (5) 5:15-6pm Jan 10 453017 $31.35 W (5) 5:15-6pm Feb 14 453019 $31.35 Badminton - Level II | 8-12 years Bonsor W (5) 6-6:45pm Jan 10 453018 $31.35 W (5) 6-6:45pm Feb 14 453020 $31.35 Squash Junior - Level I | 8-15 years Bonsor Th (4) 4:30-5:15pm Feb 15 452381 $34.68 Squash Junior - Level II | 8-15 years Bonsor Th (5) 5:15-6pm Jan 11 452379 $43.35 Squash Junior - Level III | 8-15 years Bonsor Th (4) 6-6:45pm Feb 15 452382 $34.68 Tennis BC PeeWee - 2.0-2.5 | 9-13 years Cameron Sa (9) 2-3pm Jan 13 450680 $95.85


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Teen Programs

Adult Programs

Teen Clay | 11-15 years Bonsor M (6) 5:30-6:45pm Jan 22 451031 Break Dance - Continuing (Freestyle) | 9-18 years Bonsor Su (14) 3-4pm Jan 21 442306 Hip Hop & Break Dance | 13-17 years Edmonds M (8) 5:10-6:10pm Jan 15 453874 Intro to Game Design | 9-13 years Edmonds W (8) 5:35-6:35pm Jan 17 455376 Acting Studio for Teens | 12-15 years Bonsor Sa (7) 2-3:30pm Jan 27 451036 Acting Studio For Teens | 13-17 years Edmonds Su (8) 4-5pm Jan 14 454257 On-Camera Acting | 13-17 years Shadbolt W (8) 5:45-7:45pm Jan 10 446853 Drawing for Manga & Anime | 13-17 years Edmonds Su (6) 2:40-3:55pm Jan 21 453895 Teen Art | 12-17 years Shadbolt Tu (8) 6-8pm Jan 16 452125 Young Artist's Studio | 13-19 years Shadbolt Th (8) 6:15-8:45pm Jan 18 448581 HIGH FIVE® Training | 16 years & up South Central Sa (1) 9am-5pm Mar 17 462257 Cycle & Strength for Youth | 12 years & up Cameron Sa (4) 1-2pm Jan 13 454183 Th (4) 4:30-5:30pm Jan 18 454184 Yoga for Youth | 13-17 years Eileen Dailly M (7) 4:15-5:30pm Jan 22 444106 Weight Training for Teens | 13-19 years Bonsor Sa (4) 11am-12:15pm Feb 17 456035 Weight training for Youth | 14-18 years Cameron Sa (4) 1-2pm Feb 24 454194 Karate | 11-15 years Eileen Dailly W (6) 7:15-8:15pm Jan 10 444289 W (6) 7:15-8:15pm Feb 21 444290 Volleyball - Teen Beginner / Intermediate | 13-18 years Bonsor Tu (8) 5:30-6:30pm Jan 16 456309 Edmonds Tu (4) 5-6pm Feb 20 454030 Sa (5) 8-9pm Feb 24 456942 Teen Badminton Lessons | 13-18 years Bonsor W (5) 8-9pm Jan 10 453029 W (5) 8-9pm Feb 14 453030 Table Tennis Lessons - Youth Beginner | 8-16 years Bonsor F (4) 3:45-4:45pm Jan 12 452637 F (5) 3:45-4:45pm Feb 16 452638 Table Tennis Lessons - Youth Intermediate | 8-16 years Bonsor F (4) 4:50-5:50pm Jan 12 453006 F (5) 4:50-5:50pm Feb 16 453007

Pro-D DaY Friday, January 26

Pro-D Day: Movie at Metropolis | 9-13 years Creekside 9am-3pm 466581 $15.00

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Fun!

Friday, February 16 Pro-D Day Camp | 5-12 years Bonsor 9am-3pm 452279 $33.00 Pro-D Day Camp: Swimming | 6-12 years Edmonds 9am-3pm 456948 $33.00 Pro-D Day Camp: After-Camp Stay & Play | 5-12 years Edmonds 3-5:30pm 456917 $7.13 Indoor Rock Climbing | 10-15 years Edmonds 10am-4pm 453766 $32.80 Pro-D Day: Game Design | 7-11 years Willingdon 9am-3pm 467526 $66.00 HIGH FIVE® Training | 16 years & up South Central 9am-5pm 462259 $65.00 Extreme Air Park & Swim | 10-15 years Summit 9am-3pm 456095 $34.68

Ceramics Open Workshop Orientation | 18 years & up Shadbolt Su (1) 2-2:30pm Feb 4 457796 Su (1) 2-2:30pm Feb 18 457797 Hand-Building with Clay | 16 years & up Bonsor M (6) 7-8:30pm Jan 22 451033 Nature the Majestic | 18 years & up Shadbolt Su (1) 10am-4pm Mar 11 461956 Pop-Up Pottery Classes: Focus on Form | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (3) 10am-2pm Jan 16 464143 Pop-Up Pottery Classes: Handle Clinic | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (1) 10am-1pm Feb 21 464144 Potter Mouth: Unabashed Messages in Clay | 18 years & up Shadbolt Th (1) 6-8:30pm Mar 8 461932 Surface Treatment for Clay | 18 years & up Shadbolt Sa (1) 9:30am-1:30pm Mar 10 462074 Tattooing Pots | 18 years & up Shadbolt Sa (1) 2-6pm Mar 10 461953 Absolute Beginner Ballet | 16 years & up Shadbolt Th (10) 4:50-5:50pm Jan 11 463260 Ballet Advanced | 16 years & up Shadbolt W (10) 7:20-8:50pm Jan 10 454078 Ballet Beginner | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (10) 7:20-8:35pm Jan 10 454074 Ballet Intermediate | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (10) 7-8:15pm Jan 9 454076 Ballet - Intermediate/Advanced | 18 years & up Shadbolt Sa (11) 3:15-4:45pm Jan 6 454080 Belly Dance (Continuing) | 16 years & up Bonsor Th (16) 7:45-9pm Jan 18 442319 Belly Dance I | 16 years & up Bonsor Th (16) 6:35-7:35pm Jan 18 442318 Bollywood Jazz Performance Group | 15 years & up Bonsor Tu (16) 7:45-8:45pm Jan 16 442261 Bollywood Workout | 15 years & up Bonsor Tu (9) 6:35-7:35pm Jan 16 442259 Chinese Traditional Dance | 16 years & up Bonsor W (10) 7:50-8:50pm Jan 31 442262 Chinese Traditional Dance – Advanced | 16 years & up Bonsor W, Th (16) 6:45-8:01pm Jan 31 442265 Contemporary Jazz | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (9) 10:25-11:25am Jan 20 451601

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Dance Composition Workshop: Sourcing from Impulse | 21 years & up Shadbolt Su (3) 1-5pm Jan 21 454141 $185.00 Dance Creation Class | 18 years & up Shadbolt Th (10) 7:10-9:10pm Jan 11 456213 $158.00 Flamenco Dance - Beginner | 40 years & up Bonsor M (8) 10-11am Jan 22 442268 $63.20 Flamenco Dance - Continuing | 40 years & up Bonsor M (8) 11:05am-12:05pm Jan 22 442269 $63.20 Jazz Beginner | 16 years & up Shadbolt M (9) 7:15-8:30pm Jan 8 455964 $88.88 Bonsor Th (8) 6:30-7:30pm Jan 25 457902 $63.20 Jazz Intermediate | 16 years & up Shadbolt M (9) 7:30-9:15pm Jan 8 455980 $124.43 Modern Dance Beginner | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (10) 7:30-8:45pm Jan 9 454135 $142.50 Modern Dance Intermediate | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (10) 7:30-9pm Jan 9 454137 $171.00 Movement Culture & Tua o Te Arai Performance Workshop | 18 years & up Shadbolt M-F (5) 9am-3pm Jan 8 461580 $197.50 Soma Dance | 21 years & up Shadbolt F (5) 10am-12noon Feb 9 454084 $79.00 Street Jazz | 15 years & up Bonsor F (16) 7-8pm Jan 19 442321 $126.40 Street Jazz - Intermediate (Performance Group) | 16 years & up Bonsor F (16) 8:10-9:10pm Jan 19 442330 $126.40 Tap Dance - Beginner | 16 years & up Bonsor W (16) 7:10-8:10pm Jan 17 442354 $126.40 Edmonds F (8) 6:30-7:30pm Jan 19 454221 $63.20 Tap Dance - Beginner | 40 years & up Bonsor W (17) 1:30-2:30pm Jan 10 442266 $134.30 Tap Dance - Continuing | 40 years & up Bonsor W (17) 12:20-1:20pm Jan 10 442267 $134.30 Urban Ballet | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (9) 9:15-10:15am Jan 20 451599 $71.10 Edmonds Tu (6) 6:25-7:25pm Jan 30 454326 $47.40 Introduction to Poetry | 16 years & up Edmonds Th (6) 8:25-9:25pm Feb 8 454217 $41.70 Writing a Memoir | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (9) 7:30-9:30pm Jan 9 446450 $125.10 Writing in the Morning | 18 years & up Shadbolt M (5) 10am-1pm Jan 15 446456 $104.25 Shadbolt Jazz Ensemble | 13 years & up Shadbolt W (9) 8-9:30pm Jan 10 442203 $148.50 Prices do not include taxes.


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Shadbolt Singers | 19 years & up Shadbolt W (20) 8-9:30pm Jan 10 450575 $317.78 Sound Healing through Voice & Breath | 16 years & up Shadbolt W (9) 6:30-7:45pm Jan 10 444248 $123.75 World Drumming & Percussion | 8 years & up Bonsor F (8) 7:30-8:30pm Jan 19 456696 $109.20 Speech & Presentation | 17 years & up Shadbolt W (8) 6:15-7:45pm Jan 17 450578 $163.80 The Nuts & Bolts of Acting | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (7) 3:45-5:45pm Jan 27 451038 $97.30 Abstract Painting & Colour Theory | 18 years & up Shadbolt Sa (8) 1-4pm Jan 13 457129 $166.80 Art Exploration | 18 years & up Shadbolt Th (4) 10am-3pm Feb 15 457126 $139.00 Scenes of Ceperley House | 16 years & up Art Gallery F (4) 9am-12noon Jan 19 457016 $83.40 Printed Stories Workshop | 16 years & up Art Gallery Su (1) 10am-1pm Feb 25 457015 $45.00 Charitable Donations | 16 years & up Art Gallery Su (1) 10am-1pm Jan 28 458644 $32.00 Artist Talks & Tours: Molly Lamb Bobak & Julie McIntyre | All Ages Art Gallery Su (1) 2-3pm Jan 28 457021 No Fee Lecture: Molly Lamb Bobak & her Artistic Influences Art Gallery Su (1) 2-3:00pm Feb 25 457022 No Fee Beginning Life Drawing Workshop | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (1) 7-10pm Jan 10 455562 $39.00 Sa (1) 10am-3pm Feb 24 456813 $70.00 Daytime Watercolours | 18 years & up Shadbolt Th (8) 10am-1pm Jan 18 457135 $166.80 Fantasy Painting | 18 years & up Shadbolt Th (8) 7-10pm Jan 18 457133 $166.80 Introduction to Painting I | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (8) 7-10pm Jan 16 450132 $166.80 iPhone Photography | 18 years & up Shadbolt Sa (1) 10am-3pm Feb 17 456819 $70.00 Landscape Painting with Movement | 18 years & up Shadbolt Su (1) 10am-3pm Mar 4 457124 $90.00 Life Drawing: Non-instructional | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (8) 7-10pm Jan 17 448614 $80.00 Open Art Studio | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (8) 10am-4pm Jan 16 457121 $32.00 Painting for Absolute - Beginners I | 18 years & up Shadbolt Tu (8) 1:30-4:30pm Jan 16 450148 $166.80 Painting Studio | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (8) 7-10pm Jan 17 456977 $166.80 Painting with Light Photography | 18 years & up Shadbolt Su (1) 4-9pm Mar 4 457134 $70.00 Social Painting | 13 years & up Edmonds F (1) 7-9pm Mar 2 455454 $13.90 Ten Ways of Seeing: Drawing | 18 years & up Shadbolt Su (1) 10am-3pm Mar 4 456821 $75.00 Tony's Art School: Drawing | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (8) 10am-1pm Jan 17 450155 $166.80 Tony's Art School: Painting | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (8) 2-5pm Jan 17 450154 $166.80 Watercolours - Beginner / Continuing | 18 years & up Shadbolt W (8) 6:30-9:30pm Jan 17 457111 $166.80 Nature Walk: Winter Wildlife on Burrard Inlet | 18 years & up Marine Park Sa (1) 9am-12noon Jan 13 461531 $4.76 Mindful Meditation | 16 years & up Willingdon Tu (8) 7:15-8:30pm Jan 23 448775 $72.00 Barre Fitness | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (8) 5:15-6:15pm Jan 20 456016 $60.00 Intro to Indoor Cycling | All Ages Cameron Su (1) 10:45-11:45am Jan 21 454291 $6.55 Su (1) 10:45-11:45am Feb 18 454292 $6.55 Mom & Me - Post-natal Fitness | 18 years & up Edmonds Th (6) 10:30-11:30am Jan 18 457371 $39.30 Nia | 16 years & up Eileen Dailly Th (5) 7:15-8:30pm Jan 18 444296 $46.90 Th (5) 7:15-8:30pm Feb 22 444297 $46.90 Nia: Demo | 16 years & up Eileen Dailly Th (1) 7:15-8:30pm Jan 11 444292 No Fee

Performance Fit Camp | 16 years & up Willingdon Sa (4) 10:30-11:30am Jan 20 Sa (4) 10:30-11:30am Feb 17 Prenatal & Postnatal Fitness | All Ages Eileen Dailly Tu (5) 10:25-11:25am Jan 16 Tu (5) 10:25-11:25am Feb 20 TRX® - Suspension Training | 16 years & up Cameron W (6) 6:10-6:55pm Jan 10 TRX® - Suspension Training | 14 years & up Bonsor Th (6) 5:30-6:30pm Feb 22 Cameron Th (4) 10:45-11:30am Jan 11 Th (4) 10:45-11:30am Feb 8 W (6) 6:10-6:55pm Feb 21 Zumba® | 16 years & up Armstrong M (6) 7:30-8:30pm Jan 29 TRX® Rip Training Plus | All Ages Cameron Su (4) 8:30-9:15am Jan 7 Su (4) 8:30-9:15am Feb 18 TRX® Rip Training Plus | 14-75 years Bonsor Th (6) 9:30-10:30am Jan 18 Break Your Relationship with Sugar | 16 years & up Edmonds Th (1) 7:30-8:30pm Mar 1 Digestion Masterclass | 16 years & up Edmonds Sa (1) 3:30-4:30pm Feb 24 Gentle Yoga | 16 years & up Edmonds Tu (10) 7-8:30pm Jan 23 Healthy Tips for Weight Loss | 16 years & up Edmonds Sa (1) 3:30-4:30pm Jan 27 Hoop Dance | 18 years & up Edmonds Tu (6) 8-9:30pm Jan 23 Introduction to Foam Rolling | All Ages Cameron Su (1) 11am-12noon Jan 28 Mindset & Intuitive Eating | 18 years & up Edmonds Th (1) 7:30-8:30pm Feb 1 Pilates | 16 years & up Eileen Dailly Su (8) 5-6pm Jan 21 Pilates & Yoga - 50/50 | 16 years & up Cameron Th (6) 5:45-7pm Jan 11 Th (6) 5:45-7pm Feb 22 Edmonds M (9) 7:15-8:15pm Jan 22 Power Yoga | 14 years & up Cameron W (12) 7:20-8:35pm Jan 10 Stress & Adrenal Fatigue | 16 years & up Edmonds Sa (1) 3:30-4:30pm Feb 17 Tai Chi - Beginner | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (9) 9-10:15am Jan 13 M (9) 6:30-7:45pm Jan 15 Edmonds W (9) 9:30-10:45am Jan 17 F (9) 7-8:30pm Jan 26 Eileen Dailly M (8) 8-9am Jan 15 Th (10) 11:45am-12:45pm Jan 18 Tai Chi - Advanced | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (9) 11:30am-12:45pm Jan 13 Tai Chi - Intermediate | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (9) 10:15-11:30am Jan 13 To the Core | 16 years & up Willingdon F (6) 6-6:45pm Jan 12 Yoga - Hatha | 16 years & up Cameron Tu (12) 6-7:30pm Jan 9 Tu (12) 7:35-9:05pm Jan 9 Edmonds M (8) 9:15-10:30am Jan 15 Th (9) 12:30-1:30pm Jan 18 Tu (10) 5:30-6:45pm Jan 23 Eileen Dailly Th (11) 10:30-11:30am Jan 11 Su (10) 9-10:30am Jan 14 Tu (10) 6-7:30pm Jan 16 W (10) 7-8:30pm Jan 17 Yoga | 14 years & up Eileen Dailly M (10) 10:50-11:50am Jan 8 M (10) 12noon-1pm Jan 8

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Yoga - Restorative | 14 years & up Cameron W (12) 6-7:15pm Jan 10 453849 $108.00 Yoga for Office Workers | 18 years & up Edmonds Th (10) 7:15-8:45pm Jan 25 456998 $108.00 Yoga for Relaxation | All Ages Eileen Dailly Tu (10) 7:30-9pm Jan 16 444463 $108.00 Strength Training for Women | 16 years & up Bonsor Su (4) 9:30-11am Jan 28 456023 $50.40 Strength Training for Women | 18-75 years Edmonds Sa (4) 9:30-11:30am Jan 20 456811 $67.20 Strength Training for Women II | 18 years & up Edmonds Sa (4) 9:30-11:30am Feb 24 456995 $67.20 Weight Training for Beginners | 16 years & up Bonsor Sa (4) 9:30-11am Jan 13 456034 $50.40 W (4) 6-7:30pm Feb 21 456033 $50.40 Edmonds Su (4) 9:30-11:30am Feb 18 456809 $67.20 Women's Weight Training | All Ages Cameron M (4) 10-11:15am Jan 22 453682 $41.25 M (4) 10-11:15am Feb 26 453681 $41.25 Cookie Cutter Workshop | 16 years & up Museum Sa (1) 12noon-4pm Feb 3 457001 $45.00 Indigenous Tea Making | 16 years & up Museum Sa (1) 1-2:30pm Feb 3 457053 $25.00 Love Farmhouse Kitchen Classics: Brined Pickles | 16 years & up Museum Sa (1) 10-11:30am Feb 24 457009 $30.00 Love Farmhouse Kitchen Classics: Ginger Beer | 16 years & up Museum Sa (1) 10-11:30am Mar 3 457011 $30.00 Love Farmhouse Kitchen Classics: Sourdough Starter | 16 years & up Museum Sa (1) 10-11:30am Feb 17 457006 $40.00 Story Sleuth Seminar | 16 years & up Museum Sa (1) 1-4pm Feb 10 457115 $25.00 The Art of Chinese Calligraphy | 16 years & up Museum Sa (1) 9am-12noon Jan 27 457083 $40.00 Karate - Beginner | 14 years & up Eileen Dailly W (12) 7:15-8:15pm Jan 10 444620 $81.00 Karate - Continuing | 14 years & up Eileen Dailly W (4) 7:15-8:45pm Jan 10 444629 $40.50 W (4) 7:15-8:45pm Feb 7 444630 $40.50 W (4) 7:15-8:45pm Mar 7 444631 $40.50 Sun Run/Walk Clinic | 14-75 years Bonsor Su (13) 9-11am Jan 21 452154 $144.00 Edmonds Sa (13) 8:45-10:45am Jan 20 452155 $150.00 Cameron Su (13) 8:30-10am Jan 21 452156 $150.00 Volleyball - Adult Beginner/Intermediate Lessons | 18 years & up Bonsor Tu (8) 6:40-7:40pm Jan 16 456324 $111.20 Acrogym | 18 years & up Cameron Th (5) 9-11pm Jan 11 450105 $13.90 Th (5) 9-11pm Feb 15 450106 $13.90 Winter Discovery Snowshoeing Tour | 16 years & up City Hall Th (1) 6-9:30pm Jan 25 454371 $46.70 Badminton Lessons | 18 years & up Bonsor W (5) 8-9pm Jan 10 453025 $69.50 W (5) 8-9pm Feb 14 453026 $69.50 Pickleball Lessons - Beginner | 18 years & up Edmonds W (4) 11am-12noon Feb 21 456945 $23.20 Su (4) 11:45am-12:45pm Feb 25 456947 $23.20 Squash League - Intermediate | 17 years & up Cameron M (9) 5-10pm Jan 15 450109 $60.71 Squash League - Men's Advanced | 17 years & up Cameron W (10) 5-10pm Jan 17 450108 $65.90 Squash Lessons - Level I | 18 years & up Bonsor Th (5) 6:50-7:35pm Jan 11 452421 $65.25 Squash Lessons for Women - Level II | 18 years & up Bonsor Th (4) 7:40-8:25pm Feb 15 452453 $52.20 Table Tennis Lessons | 16 years & up Bonsor F (4) 6-7pm Jan 12 453010 $55.60 F (5) 6-7pm Feb 16 453011 $69.50 Tennis Adult 1.0 - 1.5 | 17 years & up Cameron M (4) 7:30-9pm Feb 19 450100 $83.40 Prices do not include taxes.


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B.A.G. Tea & Tour Series: Molly Lamb Bobak & Julie McIntyre Art Gallery Tu (1) 2-3:30pm Jan 23 456235 Grandparents Movie Program Edmonds Su (1) 4-6pm Jan 21 464892 Munchies & a Movie Bonsor 55 + M (1) 1-3:30pm Jan 8 452852 M (1) 1-3:30pm Feb 12 452853 M (1) 1-3:30pm Mar 12 452851 Confed Ctr M (1) 1-3:30pm Jan 22 452214 M (1) 1-3:30pm Feb 26 452216 M (1) 1-3:30pm Mar 26 452215 Round the World Travel Talks Edmonds F (1) 1-2pm Mar 2 456386 Easter Luncheon Confed Ctr F (1) 12noon-2:15pm Mar 23 456428 Flea Markets Confed Ctr Sa (1) 9:30am-2pm Jan 27 444700 Sa (1) 9:30am-2pm Mar 17 444699 Robbie Burns Lunch Edmonds Th (1) 12noon-2:30pm Jan 25 455933 Themed Lunch Series: Valentine's Day Edmonds W (1) 12noon-2pm Feb 14 452506 Themed Lunch Series: St. Patrick's Day Edmonds F (1) 12noon-2pm Mar 16 452507 Valentine Luncheon Confed Ctr F (1) 12noon-2:15pm Feb 9 456427 Bridge Lessons - Beginner Cameron Th (8) 1-3pm Feb 1 453763 Bridge Lessons - Continuing Cameron W (8) 9:30-11:30am Jan 31 453698 Chinese Calligraphy - Intermediate Bonsor 55 + W (12) 12:30-2:30pm Jan 10 452723 Palette Knife Oil Painting - Continuing Edmonds F (5) 7-9pm Jan 26 456398 M (5) 9-11am Jan 29 456397 Ukrainian Easter Egg Decorating Confed Ctr Th (2) 9:30-11:30am Mar 15 454100 Ballroom Dance Series: Quikstep, Rumba, Cha, Chas Bonsor F (10) 11:30am-1pm Jan 19 449534 Ballroom Dance Series: West Coast Swing Beginner 2 Confed Ctr Tu (12) 6-7pm Jan 9 452188 Ballroom Dance Series: Waltz & Rumba Confed Ctr Tu (12) 7-8pm Jan 9 452185 Ballroom Dance Series: Cha Cha Beginner 2 & Rock-n-Roll Jive Confed Ctr Tu (12) 8-9pm Jan 9 452187 Ballroom Dance Series: Foxtrot, Triple Time Swing Edmonds Tu (8) 1-2pm Jan 23 452430 Ballroom Dance Series: Cha Cha, Quickstep Edmonds Tu (8) 2:30-3:30pm Jan 23 452431 Belly Dance - Beginner Bonsor Tu (10) 11:05am-12:05pm Jan 16 449528 Edmonds Th (9) 1:30-2:30pm Feb 1 452432 Hawaiian Dance - Beginner & Intermediate Bonsor Tu (10) 9:55-10:55am Jan 16 449531 Introduction to International Folk Dancing Bonsor 55 + Sa (10) 11:05am-12:05pm Jan 27 450580 Line Dance - Beginner Bonsor F (10) 9:05-10:05am Jan 19 449536 Confed Ctr Tu (12) 11am-12noon Jan 9 452167 Edmonds W (8) 1-2pm Jan 17 452433 Line Dance - Beginner Plus Confed Ctr Tu (12) 9-10am Jan 9 452169 Bonsor W (10) 9:20-10:20am Jan 17 449547 Line Dance - Intermediate Bonsor W (10) 10:30am-12noon Jan 17 449563 Confed Ctr Tu (12) 10-11am Jan 9 452171 Line Dance - Intermediate Plus Bonsor F (10) 10:15-11:15am Jan 19 449538

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Tap Dance - Intermediate/Advanced Confed Ctr Tu (19) 1:45-2:45pm Tu (19) 1:45-2:45pm Uke Can Do It! - Continuing Edmonds Tu (8) 12:30-1:45pm Uke Can Do It! Learning Ukulele Cameron Tu (8) 10-11:15am Edmonds Tu (8) 2-3pm Indispensable Life Binder Confed Ctr F (1) 2-4:30pm Introduction to Mindfulness - Beginner Edmonds Tu (1) 7:30-9pm Lunch & Learn: Dealing with Stress Confed Ctr F (1) 10:15am-12noon Lunch & Learn: Translink Info Confed Ctr F (1) 10:15am-12noon Lunch & Learn: Goodbye Clutter Confed Ctr F (1) 10:15am-12noon Spanish - Beginner Bonsor 55 + F (6) 9-10am Cameron W (1) 1-3pm Confed Ctr W (6) 9-10am Spanish - Intermediate Bonsor 55+ Tu (6) 9-10am Spanish - 19 years & up Cameron W (9) 9-11am Spanish - Advanced Cameron W (9) 11am-1pm Balance & Stability Fitness Bonsor 55 + Tu (5) 3:30-4:30pm Boomer Boot Camp Bonsor 55 + W (6) 10:45am-12noon W (5) 10:45am-12noon Bonsor F (6) 8:45-10am F (5) 8:45-10am Cycle & Strength | 55 years & up Cameron Tu (4) 9:30-10:30am Th (4) 9:30-10:30am Tu (4) 9:30-10:30am Th (4) 9:30-10:30am Tu (4) 9:30-10:30am Th (4) 9:30-10:30am Chair Yoga Bonsor Th (12) 2:30-3:30pm Bonsor 55 + F (11) 11:15am-12:15pm ChairFit Edmonds W (8) 10:30-11:30am Get Up & Go! Confed Ctr F (11) 12:30-1:30pm Martial Gym for Functional Fitness Bonsor 55 + Tu (12) 10:50-11:50am Cameron F (6) 11:30am-12:30pm Nia Confed Ctr W (5) 1-2:15pm W (5) 1-2:15pm Nia - Free Trial Confed Ctr W (1) 1-2:15pm Osteo for Life Bonsor 55 + Tu, Th (20) 12:05-1:05pm Tu, Th (20) 1:10-2:10pm Cameron Sa (4) 10-11am Sa (4) 10-11am Edmonds Th, Tu (12) 9:15-10:15am Osteofit Bonsor Tu, Th (20) 2:20-3:20pm Cameron M (4) 1-2pm M (3) 1-2pm M (4) 1-2pm Edmonds Th, Tu (12) 10:30-11:30am

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$83.60 $92.40

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461933

$57.40

Jan 16 Jan 16

453759 456172

$61.20 $45.90

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464106

$18.50

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456396

$6.80

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453750

$8.89

Feb 23 453751

$8.89

Mar 16 453752

$8.89

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450599 453498 453198

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450598

$6.00

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453499

$67.50

Jan 24

453500

$67.50

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$27.75

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452437

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456402

$58.30

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461420 453760

$47.40 $23.70

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$34.69 $34.69

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456447

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456188 $106.00 456187 $106.00 454144 $21.20 454145 $21.20 456392 $50.90

Jan 9 Jan 8 Feb 5 Mar 5 Feb 15

456019 $106.00 456272 $21.20 456273 $15.90 456275 $21.20 456395 $50.88

Qigong 55+ Edmonds Tu (8)1-2pm Seniors Hatha Yoga / Pilates Moderate Bonsor W (12) 2-3:15pm Strength & Stretch for Seniors Bonsor 55 + Tu (6) 3:30-4:30pm Tai Chi - Beginner Confed Ctr Th (11) 9-10am Edmonds Tu (8) 9-10am Yoga: Seniors - Beginners Bonsor F (11) 1:45-3pm Confed Ctr M (11) 2:15-3:30pm W (12) 2:15-3:30pm Yoga: Seniors - Intermediate Bonsor M (10) 1:45-3pm Th (12) 12:30-1:45pm Cameron Tu (11) 2-3:15pm F (10) 10:15-11:15am Confed Ctr Th (12) 1:45-3pm Yoga Therapy Bonsor Tu (12) 2:15-3:30pm Zumba® Bonsor Th (12) 9-9:55am Th (12) 10:05-11am Confed Ctr Tu (12) 4:30-5:30pm Edmonds F (8) 10:30-11:30am Cameron M (4) 2:15-3:15pm M (3) 2:15-3:15pm M (4) 2:15-3:15pm Infused Bliss Bonsor 55 + M (10) 4:30-5:45pm Th (10) 9:30-10:30am Nordic Pole Walking - Introduction Edmonds Sa (4) 10:30-11:30am Strength Training for Health & Wellness Bonsor M (4) 6:15-7:15pm M (4) 6:15-7:15pm Edmonds Tu (6) 10-11:15am

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452438

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452726

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451655

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$43.45 $31.60

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450595 450594

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When we’re young, New Year’s Eve is another good reason to have a party but as we age, it may no longer seem such a big deal – just another night signifying the passage of time.The new calendar can just signify the passage of time. This Christmas, one of my favourite families of patients gave me an hourglass. For those of you too young to have ever owned a watch (because your phone always tells you the time), the hourglass was once the timepiece of choice between the sundial and the clock. The hourglass vividly illustrates the unstoppable flow of time as the grains of sand stream from the upper to lower spheres. It reminds me of the power of gravity and time. Older patients referring to changes in their skin and body contours often ask, “Is this due to age?” I comfort them, telling them, “It’s due to sunshine and gravity … over time.” At some point in your life – well, midlife, you will notice that the sand in the upper sphere has become ever smaller in proportion to the mound in the sphere of past time.You have lived most of your life, and the years ahead are numbered. When we’re young, we are

Happy new year: The beginning of a new year is more than just an excuse for a party. It’s a chance to review your life – to look back over the year that’s just passed and to look ahead to the new year and decide how you’ll spend your time. PHOTOS UNSPLASH, PIXABAY

energized by our dreams. It seems we have unlimited time to achieve them. As we age, time seems to move more quickly. It really doesn’t. Time becomes more precious.We must use what remains more wisely. We create the list – the bucket list – the places we’d love to see, the activities we’ve always wanted to do and the crucial words we must say.We long to become the person we were each meant to be. When I became a parent, I started a NewYear’s tradition.With three busy children, we recorded on our kitchen calendar the schedule for school, sports, music and dance lessons, din-

ners, shows and other family events. Before tossing out the old calendar in the NewYear, we would walk through its well-worn pages remembering the school concerts, movies, parties and graduations – the activities and milestones that we have lived together. Though this is an annual tradition, I am always amazed with what we have done and how much happens in just one year. But the passage of time – the living of our lives – is so much more than the busyness of our activities.The most important part of our year-end ritual is the reflection. What have we learned?

What did we enjoy?What did we survive? How did we help others, and how were we helped?

How did we help others, and how were we helped?

In answering these questions, we come to appreciate how we have endured and grown from challenging experiences.We are always learning.We may be rewarded with success but at other times, we learn from our failures and mistakes. With gratitude, we re-

member who has helped us along the way – those who have been our constant companions, reminding us that we are never alone and those who have given support when it was most needed. Remembering how we have helped others, strengthens our identity as being connected to a greater whole. Recognizing that time is precious – the hours in a day and days in a year are limited, how will we allot our time in the coming year? What will we do more of (the activities that give the greatest value)?What should we do less (activities that bring less value)? What should we eliminate from each day’s activities

(those things that give little value and are really a waste of time)?What can we create (something new that will transform our lives)? This is your year.This is your day.What will you do with your time? FREE HEALTH TALK Dr. DavidicusWong will be giving a free public talk, WhatYou Should Know About Diabetes at the Tommy Douglas branch of the Burnaby Public Library at 7311 Kingsway (near Edmonds) at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 16.To reserve your spot, register in person, by phone (604-522-3971) or online. See more at davidicuswong. wordpress.com.

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LOVE TO PLAY TENNIS AND NETWORK? Young professionals who enjoy the sport and want to connect with others in their field are invited to play a match or two on Saturday, Jan. 6. at the tennis courts at 5989 Patterson Ave.The event, between 10 a.m. and noon, is all about networking over a game of tennis or squash (those games will be played at Bonsor Recreation Complex, 6550 Bonsor Ave.). All levels welcome.To register, visit tinyurl.com/ BBYMeetUp.

Japanese Canadians were incarcerated at Hastings Park in East Vancouver before being sent to internment sites in the B.C. Interior or to work camps across the country.The gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Admission is by donation.

HEAD TO THE NIKKEI NATIONAL MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTRE this weekend and check out Hastings Park 1942.The exhibit puts the spotlight on early 1942, when over 8,000

TAKE IN SOME ART this weekend at the Burnaby Art Gallery. Check out the works of Canadian painter and printmaker Sylvia Tait as her solo exhibition, Journey, winds up this weekend.

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TAKE A STROLL THROUGH ONE OF BURNABY’S MANY PARKS. Some options include Central Park, Burnaby Lake Park, Confederation Park, Kensington Park, Barnet Marine Park, Deer Lake Park, Robert Burnaby Park and Taylor Park. Grab a hot chocolate, your family and friends and make an afternoon of it. Best part? It’s free!

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The gallery, at 6344 Deer Lake Ave., is open from noon till 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Admission is by donation. See www.burnabyartgallery.ca for more details.

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TAKE THE KIDS TO ENJOY STORYTIME AND CRAFTS as Lougheed Town Centre hosts its weekly kids’ event on Saturday, Jan. 6. Starting at 10:30 a.m., a storyteller will entertain the children with different books, followed by a fun craft. It all takes place in front of the London Drugs.

Closing weekend: This is the final weekend for the Sylvia Tait: Journey exhibition at Burnaby Art Gallery. Stop in to check out the work of the noted Canadian artist. PHOTO BLAINE CAMPBELL, CONTRIBUTED

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Communitynow EVENTS CALENDAR MONDAY, JAN. 8 Lawyer Robert Leong will speak about immigration issues faced by permanent and temporary residents, including workers, students and visitors. This free presentation, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. is offered in partnership with the People’s Law School. Space is limited and registration is required. Please register online at bpl. bc.ca/events or by phone at 604-436-5400. Bob Prittie Metrotown branch, 6100 Willingdon Ave. Burnaby Scottish Country Dance starts at 7 p.m. Beginners welcome. Attend two classes on a free trial. No partner necessary, lively music, good company, great exercise. Scandinavian Community Centre, 6540 Thomas St. Vicki: 604-2989695. Bonsor Health Alert program, 9 to 10:45 a.m. on the second floor at Bonsor 55+, 6533 Nelson Ave. Drop-in blood pressure, weight and height checks, massage, exercises, etc. From 10 a.m., come laugh your way into 2018. Info at www.bpsw.ca or 604-2974956. THURSDAY, JAN. 11 Knit2gether, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Tommy Douglas library branch, 7311 Kingsway. All ages, genders, languages, and skill levels are welcome. We have needles and yarn for people to try knitting or crocheting for the first time. Experienced knitters are available to help. This is a free, drop-in program. Info: bpl.bc.ca/knit. Edmonds Health Watch program, 9:30 to 11:15 a.m. in room 202 at Edmonds Community Centre, 7433 Edmonds St. Drop-in blood pressure, weight and height checks, exercise, massage, therapeutic touch, etc. From 10:30 a.m., come laugh your way into 2018.

Info at www.bpsw.ca or 604297-4901. SATURDAY, JAN. 13 Knit2gether, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Tommy Douglas library branch, 7311 Kingsway. All ages, genders, languages, and skill levels are welcome. We have needles and yarn for people to try knitting or crocheting for the first time. Experienced knitters are available to help. This is a free, drop-in program. Info: bpl.bc.ca/knit. Cariboo Hill Secondary School dry grad bottle and clothing fundraiser, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the school in the back parking lot off of Armstrong Street. Acceptable items of clothing donation are clothing for men/women/children; accessories (belts/hats/ scarves/gloves); purses/ wallets/backpacks/bags; shoes and boots; and any linen (blankets, bedding, towels, tablecloths, pillows, curtains). If donations can’t be dropped off, they can be picked up from the donor’s home if left out at the front door by 9 a.m. and clearly marked as donation for Cariboo Hill High School. Email cariboodrygrad2018 bottledrive@gmail.com to request a pickup (don’t forget to provide an address). MONDAY, JAN. 15 Bonsor Health Alert program, 9 to 10:45 a.m. on the second floor at Bonsor 55+, 6533 Nelson Ave. Drop-in blood pressure, weight and height checks, massage, exercises, etc. Michelle Wilson will do a presentation at 9:45 a.m. on services for seniors to remain living independently. Info at www. bpsw.ca or 604-297-4956. TUESDAY, JAN. 16 The Burnaby Division of Family Practice and the library present Dr. Davidicus Wong. This talk is on diabetes risk factors, tests to diagnose diabetes, other important examinations to consider

if you have diabetes, and the importance of the different areas of self-care once you are diagnosed for your general well-being. Tommy Douglas Library, 7311 Kingsway, between 6:30 and 8 p.m. Info: 604-522-3971 or bpl.bc.ca/events. Register online or by phone for this lecture.

in room 202 at Edmonds Community Centre, 7433 Edmonds St. Drop-in blood pressure, weight and height checks, exercise, massage, therapeutic touch, etc. Dr. Taha will do a presentation at 10:15 a.m. on fall prevention – what if it already happened? Info at www.bpsw.ca or 604-2974901.

THURSDAY, JAN. 18 Edmonds Health Watch program, 9:30 to 11:15 a.m. in room 202 at Edmonds Community Centre, 7433 Edmonds St. Drop-in blood pressure, weight and height checks, exercise, massage, therapeutic touch, etc. Foot care will be available by appointment. Info at www. bpsw.ca or 604-297-4901.

Knit2gether, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Tommy Douglas library branch, 7311 Kingsway. All ages, genders, languages, and skill levels are welcome. We have needles and yarn for people to try knitting or crocheting for the first time. Experienced knitters are available to help. This is a free, drop-in program. Info: bpl.bc.ca/knit.

MONDAY, JAN. 22 Bonsor Health Alert program, 9 to 10:45 a.m. on the second floor at Bonsor 55+, 6533 Nelson Ave. Drop-in blood pressure, weight and height checks, massage, exercises, etc. Foot care will be available by appointment. Info at www. bpsw.ca or 604-297-4956.

SATURDAY, JAN. 27 Burnaby Photographic Society celebrates 22 years of presenting highquality slide shows put to music. Our 22nd annual showcase – 7 p.m. at James Cowan Theatre in the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 6450 Deer Lake Ave. – will take you around the world with an evening of slide shows set to music and a dramatic print display. Showcase will sweep you off to exotic places and cultures, and bring you up close to wildlife, fine art, humourous situations and visual surprises. Tickets ($18) come with a chance to win valuable door prizes. Contact Brian Maskell at showcaseBPS@ burnabyphotographic society.com or phone 604-318-9369. Info:

THURSDAY, JAN. 25 Parkinson’s disease information session, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Tommy Douglas Library, 7311 Kingsway. Join the Parkinson Society of British Columbia in association with the Burnaby Public Library for this valuable information session on Parkinson’s disease. Info: 604-522-3971 or bpl.bc.ca/ events. Register online or by phone for this lecture. Edmonds Health Watch program, 9:30 to 11:15 a.m.

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from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Info: 604-299-5112. Everyone welcome. Bombay Rummy, every Wednesday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Edmonds Community Centre for 55-plus. For more information, call 604-2974838. If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about being a foster parent with the Ministry of Children and Family Development, please attend an upcoming information session. Sessions are held on the first Tuesday of each month and serve the residents of Burnaby and New Westminster. Location: #200-906 Roderick Ave., Coquitlam. Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Please call the North Fraser recruitment line at 604-764-8098 for more information. Multicultural seniors’ knitting circle. MOSAIC Burnaby Centre for Immigrants, 5902 Kingsway. Learn to knit or share your knitting skills with new friends. Free admission. Registration: 604-438-8214. Burnaby South Stroke Recovery Branch, meets every second and fourth Friday of the month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Edmonds Community Centre. The club offers speech therapy, exercise sessions, caregiver support and other social activities for stroke survivors over 55. For more information, call 604-297-4838.

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2017 IN PHOTOS Snap chat: Burnaby NOW photographers caught some of the best moments in sports with their lens, including, from clockwise starting at top, Byrne Creek senior boys basketball at the provincials; the St. Thomas More Knights senior football team paying homage to their coach Bernie Kully, who passed away a week before their win over Terry Fox; the Simon Fraser University volleyball team guarding the net; a district high school steeplechase race; and Mountain United under-17 girls against Metro-Ford.

Track, curling and hockey athletes among those to be inducted

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When it comes to classic Canadian experiences, the Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame’s class of 2017 has it covered. From an immigrant who found track and field stardom on Burnaby Mountain to native-born players in curling and hockey circles, the athletes chosen for induction this year are a special group. Ruky Abdulai, Bryan Miki and Wayne Van Dorp all reached a pinnacle in their chosen sport. Abdulai gained fame for setting 17 NAIA track and field records and represented Canada at the 2008 Summer Olympics. But her storied journey began in her native Ghana, where she established herself as a rising star. However, a dream to live and compete in a peaceful country led her to Burnaby Mountain, where an email from Simon Fraser University’s Brit Townsend appealed to her. Along the way Abdulai found family, friends and success in track and field, taking Canadian citizenship and representing her adopted country in Beijing. Born and raised in Burnaby, Miki learned the intricacies of curling from his father, Fuji. As second with the Greg McAulay rink, Miki was a large part of the 2000 Brier men’s national championship team, that went on to win the world title in Scotland. A product of Burnaby Minor Hockey, Van Dorp enjoyed an extensive pro hockey career that saw him play 125 NHL games for Edmonton, Pittsburgh, Chicago and Quebec, realizing a childhood dream of winning a Stanley Cup as a member of the Oilers in 1987. Among the fraternity of NHL enforcers,Van Dorp gained respect while compiling 12 goals and 12 assists, as well as 565 penalty minutes. The 1987 Cliff Avenue United Football Club’s under-16 squad will be enshrined in the team category.The North Burnaby group, coached by Scott Ormiston, overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit to win the Canadian u-16 championship in overtime. The list of inductees also includes a pair in the builder’s category:Val Roche – considered one of the early Burnaby minor lacrosse activists, while also involved in soccer and boxing; and John Stockdale – a North Burnaby boy who, as executive director at B.C.Water Polo, co-authored numerous technical manuals, coordinated courses and developed high performance programs for female athletes. Two new members will be enshrined for their coaching contributions: Shelley Howieson (soccer), who was Simon Fraser University’s women’s soccer head coach from the program’s inception in 1988 until her retirement in 2013. Her teams won NAIA national titles in 1996 and 2000, and she was inducted into the Continued on page 25

PHOTOS JENNIFER GAUTHIER; STM PHOTO, MARIO BARTEL

Burnaby skater eager for second spin In her second senior nationals, Sarah Tamura is glad to skate before friends, family By Dan Olson

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A new year offers new opportunities. For Burnaby’s Sarah Tamura, it also offers new experiences. The Champs International Skating Centre skater has done her work and remains focused on next week’s Canadian Tire national skating championships in Vancouver, which kick off Monday. For Tamura and fellow Champs clubmate Kelsey Wong, the opportunity to compete against the likes of world championship medallists Kaetlyn Osmond and Gabrielle Daleman is truly exciting. “I think just being able to compete with the top skaters it definitely gives you a bunch of motivation and desire to want to be like them,” said Tamura. “Just seeing them makes you want to be a better skater.” That’s been the focus for Tamura ever since she first laced on the white boots. A one-time novice national champion and

the 2015 junior champ, she heads into next week’s nationals as a second-year veteran, after debuting with a strong fifth showing last winter. “From last year it was pretty much a learning experience. Taking from that, I feel I’m more confident going into this, my second national championship as a senior,” she said. “I’m just taking last year’s experience and looking to build from it and improve on it.” That fifth-place result secured her spot on the national team, and opened doors for more international competition. Last March, she finished 17th at the ISU World Junior figure skating championships in Taipei, and admits the year had its share of valleys and peaks. “There were a lot of ups and downs; some really good moments and some not so good moments,” she said. “I feel overall 2017 was a big learning year for me. I wouldn’t be able to say it was my best year, but I wouldn’t say it was my worst year. I just feel it was a really

good learning year. I learned a lot from it and from that I feel I can build on to make 2018 a really good year for me.” It all starts with a rare opportunity at home – a rarity since becoming one of the up-andcoming young national stars. Drawing the fourth spot among the 18 senior skaters means her first program will come early in the proceedings and allow her to conquer the competition nerves quickly. “You know, around the rink we like to say every spot is a good spot. I think fourth is a really good spot. “Definitely, every time I go out on the international stage you obviously get more experience. Just going to those competitions I feel like, leading up to the nationals, it gives me so much motivation, momentum and confidence.” As a junior,Tamura competed internationally at a handful of competitions the past three years, including placing 13th at the ISU Junior world championships in Hungary, and capturing

her division title at the Bavarian Open 11 months ago. Adjusting to the senior circuit has meant altering her preparation, but mostly pushing her mental game. “I’m changing and trying to improve on being a better, stronger skater like how a senior skater skates,” said the 16-year-old. “That was kind of a challenge but I feel I’m getting into the groove and I finally found out and learned how to be more of a senior skater. “The elements are pretty much the same, but just the way you execute everything has to be way more perfect and poised as at juniors.The speed across the ice and everything has to be much more mature.” It puts next week’s competition as a perfect place to deliver her best performance yet. “I want to skate two of my best programs and I don’t want to have any regrets after it. I just want to be realy proud of myself. My ultimate goal is to be topthree in Canada and make it to the Olympics.”


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SFU’s Swant sets fast pace

Closing out the year on a great note, the Simon Fraser University women’s basketball team bested the University of Alaska 73-49 last week. Led by Sophie Swant’s double-double, the Clan broke a 31-31 stalemate with a powerful third quarter. A 22-4 run by SFU put the home team in control, after Alaska had started with 10 of the frame’s first 14 points. A third-year player, Swant scored 12 points in the first

quarter and finished with 21 on the day, adding 10 rebounds and going three-ofseven from beyond the arc. Freshman Jessica Jones contributed 17 points and three assists, while Kendal Sands chipped in 11 points. It was the team’s first win of the season in Great Northwest Athletic Conference action, after three losses. SFU’s record improved to 6-6 overall. After a two-game trip to Oregon, SFU returns home Jan. 11 to play St. Martin’s.

Seven to be inducted

Continued from page 24 NAIA Hall of Fame; and Adrian Lavigne (softball), who skippered a women’s powerhouse team known as Doc’s Blues and Alpha Sports. His teams won 19 B.C. and 11 national titles, and competed in two world championships. This year’s honourees will be officially celebrated by the Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame on Feb. 22 at the 17th annual induction banquet at the Burnaby Metrotown Firefighters Hall. For tickets to the banquet, email tickets09@shaw.ca or phone 604-436-1672. For more info on the Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame, visit www.burnabysportshalloffame.ca

Collision course: Simon Fraser University’s Tia Tsang, at left, and Sophie Swant, right, battle an opponent for the loose ball during last week’s action on Burnaby Mountain. PHOTO JENNIFER GAUTHIER

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Carter Dodge’s January Blowout Event 4X4 SEASON HAS ARRIVED 2017 JEEP WRANGLER

UNLIMITED WILLYS WHEELER

2017 JEEP

$

STK# Y21216A

SAVE

5,950

WAS NOW $49,430 $44,249

2017 RAM

$

2017 JEEP

WRANGLER UNLIMITED SAHARA

WRANGLER SAHARA

STK# YY059030

WAS NOW $50,680 $44,730

2017 JEEP

WRANGLER UNLIMITED BIG BEAR

STK# Y218590

SAVE

WAS NOW $47,530 $42,644

5,181

2017 RAM

$

STK# Y496380

SAVE

WAS NOW $49,440 $44,227

4,886

2017 RAM

WAS NOW $46,710 $30,498*

STK# 8328780

SAVE

16,212

$

WAS NOW $70,946 $52,498*

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$

5,213

2017 RAM

STK# 8235650

18,448

$

SAVE

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$

STK# 8240950

SAVE

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16,372

SAVE

14,769

$

YEAR END USED CAR CLEARANCE 2017 CHEVROLET

WRANGLER UNLIMITED SAHARA

STK# 9-5646-0

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27,998

39,998

2017 NISSAN

2015 DODGE

STK# 9-5515-0

STK# 8800181

29,700

$

2010 DODGE

$

2016 TOYOTA

9,300

$

17,900

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CARTER BURNABY

MURANO

STK# 9-5651-0

25,500

32,087

$

$

2017 FORD

FLEX LIMITED

STK# 9-5680-0

$

2017 NISSAN

ROGUE

2017 FORD

SOUL

STK# 9-5664-0

22,998

$

2016 NISSAN

12,900

2016 KIA

CAMRY

GRAND CARAVAN

21,998

$

STK# 9-5645-0

11,900

$

CX3 GT

STK# X-5620-0

21,900

JETTA

STK# 9-5562-0

STK# M825661

$

2014 VOLKSWAGON

DART

2016 MAZDA

RENEGADE NORTH STK# 9-5537-0

$

MAXIMA SU

2015 JEEP

5 GT

STK# 9-5681-0

$

DL#5256

2017 MAZDA

2017 JEEP

EXPRESS 2500

STK# 9-5675-0

$

17,990

EDGE TITANIUM STK# 9-5674-0

36,500

$

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1-866-787-7160 All prices and payments, plus tax, levies & doc. Fee of $695. Prices net of all incentives & rebates. On approved credit. Vehicles may not be exactly as illustrated. * $1,500 Loyalty Discount applied, customer must currently drive a truck or hold a red seal certificate to receive applied discount.

35,400

$

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