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olice believe a Ryder Lake man found dead in his home Monday afternoon may have met with foul play. The body of Karver Jesse Morford, 35, was found Monday in his Ross Road home by a family member. Trauma on the body led Chilliwack serious crime officers to call in the Integrated Homicide Investigation Te a m ( I H I T ) . IHIT officers spent Tuesday and Wednesday EB IRST ps er aorpcehritnyg atnhde First reported on several outbuildchilliwacktimes.com ings for clues and an autopsy was scheduled for Wednesday to determine a cause of death. “I think it is a homicide, but we probably wouldn’t truly know that until after the autopsy,” said IHIT spokesperson Cpl. Dale Carr. “It’s not abundantly clear what [the cause of death] was.” A mile-long driveway snakes up to the home where Morford

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hockey, Bruins president Darryl Porter told the students. “You’re going to get homework,” he said. The reaction from the students would be familiar to any junior hockey referee. “Boooooooooo.” But despite learning that the field trip would feature a focus on physical fitness, healthy living and nutrition, the students came

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utdoor burning, propane cannons and manure spreading. T h re e c o m m o n a g r i c u l t u ra l practices and three persistent irritants for urban folks. So what is Chilliwack—an agricultural or an urban community? With 75 per cent of the land base in the city devoted to farming and an increasingly industrial and professional workforce, the answer is, quite simply, both. But despite a history of agriculture andthenearly900farmsinChilliwack, a recent survey of residents showed a decline in perception. Last month Chilliwack city council was presented with results from the 2009 Quality of Life survey, which, in part, found that 51 per cent of respondents “feel that Chilliwack is more a rural community than an urban community.” That number is down from 65 per cent who felt the same way five years ago. The Quality of Life survey data came from 670 questionnaires completed last fall from a random sampleof2,500Chilliwackhouseholds. The Chilliwack Social Research and Planning Council (CSRPC), which initiated the survey, is a not-for-profit organization made up of a partnership between the University of the Fraser Valley, the city, Chilliwack Community Services, Fraser Health and the United Way of the Fraser Valley. The study asked questions on a broadrangeoftopicssuchashomelife,

Our ag roots run deep, but Quality of Life survey says we’re losing that rural feeling neighbourhoods, crime, economy, directly going to make money from it. Every person who has spoken against health, housing and leisure. Mayor Sharon Gaetz said the it is going to lose money. Chilliwack’s numbers illustrate how the city could population is 80,000, and 1,000 are in do a better job of dealing with the agriculture. So 79,000 are against it. urban/rural interface and reminding Agriculture is a small, small minority.” But then-mayor Clint Hames people they live in farm country. “There can be a misconception that pointed out that 75 per cent of the land base is Chilliwack is not a agricultural, and the rural community if sector accounts for you are just doing “Some of the ways 40 per cent of the all of your business we will be working local economy. in the downtown,” on maintaining that Recently, the issue she told the Times. of odours from “That will be a sense of pride as a manure spreading challenge for us. . . rural community is has been getting . Some of the ways we will be working slow food tours, farm m o re a t t e n t i o n . Jim Canaday is a on maintaining that tours so people can resident of Sardis sense of pride as a see what we are all who told the Times rural community family will not visit is slow food tours, about.” anymore because of farm tours so people can see what we are Mayor Sharon Gaetz the strong smells. “We used to have all about.” family reunions,” he The notion that Chilliwack has moved beyond its rural said. “We basically have to shut all the roots isn’t new. This was expressed windows when it’s really bad.” Gaetz said most residents by some residents at a 2007 public hearing into the rezoning of a property understand but even for some near Chilliwack Mountain to allow for who do, there is a bucolic image of agriculture and people need to realize a rendering plant. “ We are not an agr icultural that farming is an industry. She said community,” said Dr. Greg Lewis, a the city takes great pride in the fact surgeonatChilliwackGeneralHospital that we, along with Abbotsford, are and a resident of Chilliwack Mountain, the food basket of the province. And while you might see a coyote at the 2007 hearing. “We are an urban community. We are teachers, doctors, running down a street stained with lawyers, shopkeepers. We are not mud and manure from a tractor farmers. Every person that has spoken on the one hand, more than 1,000 in favour of the motion is people recently attended the

Vancouver Opera at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. Other numbers in the Quality of Life survey also showed a trend towards the urbanization of Chilliwack. Twenty per cent of respondents reported that “rural lifestyle” was their reason to move to Chilliwack down from 39 per cent in 2004. On that same question, 10 per cent reported “proximity to large urban centre” down from 16 per cent in 2004, which could indicate that more people feel Chilliwack is enough of an urban centre on its own. So maybe it’s a good thing that we can get sushi and a cappuccino and then travel five minutes away and see cows grazing? “I don’t think that is totally unhealthy,” Gaetz said. “We have built amenities that are worthy of an urban centre.” Gaetz also said ChilliwackTourism is doing a good job promoting the city’s other main attributes: recreation and proximity to mountains and rivers. “In 12 minutes I can be at Cultus Lake,” she said. “I can be climbing Teapot Hill in 20. I can be at the back end of Harrison in 45 minutes. Those parts of our community are very valuable and very treasured too.” ◗ This is the third in a series of articles on the city’s 2009 Quality of Life survey. Previous articles looked at the study overall and why people move to Chilliwack. In coming issues, the Times will take a closer look at other aspects of the survey including: transit and crime.

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Envision helps at-risk youth plug into jobs where they can do their homework, update a resume or look for a job. Having access to this technology and the Internet will really improve hilliwack Community Services (CCS) their chances for success in life.” Rollins added that the computers will also has received funding to outfit its supportive housing complex on School enable staff to adequately track clients, draft Street with computers to help at-risk youth get session summaries and record case notes and referrals. Goals and outcomes can easily be jobs. The 33-unit development currently under documented and shared, while staff have the construction was spearheaded by CCS and ability to conduct client satisfaction surveys. “Envision Financial has a long history in the the Creative Centre Society, and is the result of a partnership between the province and Chilliwack area, and we know affordable housthe Vancouver Organizing Committee for the ing is an issue our members and the general 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games public care about,” said Seline Kutan, execu(VANOC) to reconfigure temporary modular tive director of the First West Foundation, in a press release issued Tuesday. housing from the Whistler “This grant forms part of a Athletes’ Village. “Having access to this larger initiative to provide A $10,000 grant from the resources and assistance to technology and the Envision Financial Comyouth in need, so the founmunity Endowment will Internet will really dation is very proud to be help outfit the housing projimprove their chances part of the solution.” ect with 16 computers and The four-storey, L-shaped a server. The computers for success in life.” building will provide 33 will be used by residents to update resumés, find jobs Heather Rollins affordable apartments with integrated support services, and look for permanent in addition to office space, a housing. They are a critical component of the organization’s overall mis- community kitchen, dining area, lounge and sion to help at-risk youth in the Chilliwack reception area. On-site offices will provide area, according to CCS’s director of commu- space for staff to support the youth residents. CCS will manage the facility and operate 11 nity relations, Heather Rollins. “This project will provide stable housing apartments located on the second floor for to youth who are in the process of resolving youth at risk of homelessness. Creative Cenother issues in their lives, whether it’s unem- tre Society will manage and operate 22 apartployment, addictions, or just trying to gradu- ments, located on the third and fourth floors, ate from high school,” Rollins said. “In today’s for adults at risk of homelessness with mental high-tech world, young people need a place health barriers.

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Please support Big D’s ’stache We’re starting to show. No, my lady friend and I aren’t having a baby . . . I’m talking about myself and my sweet, cancer-fighting man-stache. You’ve likely heard about Movember, the ingenious fundraiser targeting prostate cancer by focusing on a man’s opposite end. Basically, it’s an excuse for men to unleash our inner Tom Selleck—while helping “change the face of men’s health”—by growing a mustache for the entire month of November. Donations are accepted and collected in exchange for this wild embarrassment, and then it all comes off Dec. 1. And mine, as I’ve said, is poking its curious head through an upper lip not accustomed to much more than chicken sauce and the froth of hoppy IPAs. Despite the fat mat of sandblond (OK, soil-brown) Velcro hair growing from my pointed melon, I’m somewhat facially follically challenged, and nothing has proven this point more than my Movember effort. Basically it’s going like this: Nov. 1: shave clean/rub off “whiskers.” Nov. 2 through 12: wait. This slow growth period has allowed ample research opportunity. For example: in 2010, tragically more than 4,400 men will die as a direct result of prostate cancer—ironically sobering, considering Movember was born over a few beers in Melbourne, Australia seven years ago. Inspired by the women around them and all they’d

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Be Our Guest done for breast cancer, the original Aussie Mo Bros set themselves on a course to create a global men’s health movement. Now clearly embraced throughout our country, funds raised through Movember’s Canadian campaign go directly to Prostate Cancer Canada, enabling them to fund vital research leading to better screening tests, treatment options and support services for men surviving prostate cancer. As for my personal efforts—in addition to making my face even less likeable—I’ve created a “Mospace” page featuring photos and fundraising efforts. Why am I doing this? Because I could easily face this black demon one day, and I know what hell it brings. Three weeks ago, prostate cancer stole a friend’s father. Barry Pollard was loved and respected and handsome and strong and now he’s gone. Stolen from his wife, daughters and son because of this devastating disease, and the least I can do is look stupid for 30 days so maybe, one day, my now knee-high nephew doesn’t have to suffer the same fate while his children spend sleepless nights in a stale palliative ward.

So I’m arming science with the ammunition it needs. Every “Mospace” donation immediately pops onto the page, with room for donors’ words of inspiration (or ridicule). I’m hoping early December brings a follow-up column celebrating the fact that our community, including the Abbotsford-Mission Times family, supports me with more than pointing and laughter. To keep tabs on my “progress” check here: http://ca.movember. com/mospace/1098962/. If you decide to join the cause, donations can be made with a click of the mouse. But it’s not all fun and philtrums. Between you, me and the birdcage, there’s rumblings about Movember’s official rules, which clearly state November’s effort is meant for mustaches only. No burly beards—nothin’ but stiff upper lip service. I’ve drawing churlish chants that my long-standing (but shortcropped) chin hair stands in direct violation of Movember’s very soul. I say the bottom bit’s been around in some incarnation or another since college, so it stays. But I’m the sporting type. So: if I’m able to meet my goal and raise $1,000 by month’s end, I’ll carve it off—mustache, chin thing, the whole fuzzy wad. – Yours hairily, T.S. (a.k.a. D.M.) ◗ Darren McDonald is the editor of your Abbbotsford-Mission Times. Contact him, and his mustache, at dmcdonald@abbotsfordtimes.com.

t will be loud, chaotic and a heck of a lot of fun. The Chilliwack Bruins marketing folks deserve kudos for their ingenious plan to reschedule a game for 10:30 in the morning and welcome 3,000 middle school students in December. And the school district should also receive a stick tap for giving their assent and finding a way to make the game educational. The city and local schools have long emphasized healthy living. But let’s face it, by the time they reach middle school most kids are pretty much immune to the whole “Eat your veggies and go play outside” spiel. For one, veggies just don’t taste as good as chocolate. It’s true. Sorry. But there is also the fact that teachers, public officials and, yes, newspaper folks may not always have a ton of healthy-living credibility to draw upon. That’s where the Bruins can hopefully come in. While putting together a city budget, or a newspaper, may not require—and may, indeed, prevent—its creators to live healthy, playing high-level junior hockey very much does. And while many students may not want to play high-level sports, anybody who aspires to some physical recreation goal—be it skiing a double-black diamond run, hiking a mountain, or paddling a river—can learn from the Bruins and the team’s support staff. Of course, the Dec. 7 field trip game will require the co-operation not only of school district staff and the Bruins, but that of Bruins ticket holders. It is safe to say that the addition of 3,000 enthusiastic (with an exclamation mark!) young fans should make for an electric atmosphere. It will also probably be chaotic and, at times, maybe even a little annoying. But we would hope that fans will attend that game with an open mind, excitement for something new, and maybe a couple pairs of ear plugs. Enthusiasm, after all, is much preferred over apathy and noise is usually more interesting than silence. So be loud, be proud, and be young—if only for three hours.

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Strahl not earning any brownie points Editor: Mr. Strahl, MP Chilliwack and the Fraser Canyon. On Nov. 6, I, as a veteran, attended the “Peaceful Rally” to bring up the shortcomings of Veterans’ Affairs Canada. In this regard, you definitely did not care as not only did you not attend, but also you disregarded the message of invitation sent you by Joe Beauchene, the rally co-ordinator. It seems so unfair that the Conservative Party seem to praise the veterans and RCMP when it appears to get them “brownie points” with the public, however, in actual fact it is all a show and the Conservative government really doesn’t give a damn. The Honourable Minister of Veteran Affairs and Agriculture made a statement that if any veteran wanted to talk to him he would take their calls at 1613-947-2744. Chances are a lot of veterans cannot afford the long distance call, with all of the monies spent from the Prime Minister’s office over the past couple of years (in excess of $18 million) you would think that a toll-free number could have been obtained for the support of veterans. I believe that your conspicuous no show at your office, not even a delegate, shows that you are not for the veterans at all. Chilliwack is a very large military retirement area so hopefully you will have enough friends at the next election to get you back into your “overpaid-for-whatyou-do” office. You will definitely not get too many veterans’ votes. Peter J. Lawn retired veteran Sardis

Need to do the right thing Editor: “What is right is often replaced by what is convenient.” I read this statement on a church billboard as I returned home from the Veterans’ Rally held this past Saturday in Chilliwack. It struck me as highly applicable to the current

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issues surrounding the treatment of Canada’s veterans. “Convenient” is the cut, tax and deny approach to veterans’ claims and widows’ benefits implemented by the Conservative government as a cost-effective measure. It’s not that the military isn’t well-funded. Funds are readily available for our troops during active duty for training, equipment and wages. No expense is spared when it comes to the purchase of fighter jets and machinery. Money can always be found for such purchases, but when it comes to the young man who lost his legs while serving in Afghanistan, his claim is treated as if the Canadian military was facing bankruptcy. A ridiculous lump sum payment is issued. Who cares about his future or the fact that he put his life at stake for the cause in Afghanistan? He has lost his usefulness. He has become inconvenient. “Right” is the gathering of veterans across Canada, this past week, to speak out in a unified voice against the demoralizing treatment of our veterans and their families. In Chilliwack, veterans marched down Vedder Road to the MP’s office, two-by-two, in an impressive show of support. They spoke with compassion about the new generation of veterans returning from Afghanistan. They would like to see an inquiry into the handling of claims and dramatic changes to the process. “Convenient” is the Conservative government’s decision to dismiss the Veterans’ ombudsman

Patrick Stogran, rather than implement the necessary changes he implored them to make. “Right” is Mr. Stogran’s decision to break the Conservative government’s controlling “code of silence” and bring the issues of a broken Veterans’ Affairs system to the public’s attention. He did this with the knowledge that such a decision would most likely cost him his job. Despite the heroic actions of those who have marched in unity (the first ever historical instance of veterans marching against government policy in Canada) or Mr. Stogran’s decision to speak the truth rather than secure his career (honestly, the fear of losing one’s job because one has a conscience shouldn’t happen in our country), the plight of our veterans rests in Stephen Harper’s hands. So I’d like to challenge our Prime Minister and his elected representatives. Will you do what is right or what is convenient? Gwen O’Mahony federal NDP candidate

No-show MP Chuck Strahl Editor: On Saturday RCMP and military veterans marched to MP Chuck Strahl’s office on Vedder Road. We rallied to raise government awareness of the serious flaws in veteran support. These issues are both serious and real and we wanted our elected officials to listen. Only one problem however: our MP Chuck Strahl was nowhere to be seen. What a disgrace. A

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man who is the minister of transport, infrastructure and communities did not even have the courtesy to meet and engage with veterans about their concerns and issues. Veterans, whom Mr. Strahl is supposed to represent, marched and gathered 500 strong outside his office. Many of the veterans proudly marched, some' required walkers and canes for aid, and a few were even in wheelchairs. All we wanted was for Mr. Strahl to listen to our issues, concerns and then speak to us. Instead of engaging the veteran community he represents, Mr. Strahl chose to disengage by not showing up. What could be more important to an elected official than listening to the constituents you represent? Once again, Mr. Strahl has showed his true colours and it is obvious that the colour is not veteran. Mr. Strahl has demonstrated a complete lack of respect to the veteran community in Chilliwack and across this great nation as well. W. Ross Beebe CD1 (Retired) Petty Officer 2nd Class Royal Canadian Navy

Turning into a ghost town Editor: What good are all our memories? We must deal with the present. First, we tore down the Empress Hotel with no other plans than to build a high rise in its place. Now, to our utmost dismay, we find our Paramount Theatre had to donate its historic building to the city and move out of town for lack of a suitable location, it seems. And worse yet, it might even be sold. How do we expect to revitalize our town when the only foresight is to wait and see what can be done? Must all opportunities be left to chance? What is the matter with our planning committee when all opportunities keep falling by the wayside and moving out of town? There is nothing for people to be attracted to in

the downtown area when we see closed-down places. Does it take years to finally see the right opportunities? Didn't it take long enough for us to get a proper courthouse here? Chilliwack is full of senior citizens who can’t or don’t necessarily want to get into their cars and drive out of town for affordable entertainment. For this we need a downtown movie house with at least two theatres. Failing that, we at least need better bus transportation. Marian Hartmann Chilliwack

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Victim was not known to police MORFORD, from page 1 was found, in the 5900 block of Ross Road. The property encompasses 50 acres and includes several outbuildings. It used to be used as a farm, said Carr, but was not being used to grow anything

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s I get older I’m becoming more forgetful. When shopping for pants I need my wife to remind me of my waist size because I don’t remember. When running errands I usually need to call home a couple of times to be reminded about what I was supposed to pick up. What’s really embarrassing is when I call my kids and end up mixing up their names because of my forgetfulness. Forgetfulness is an epidemic in our culture. We forget birthdays,

meetings and anniversaries. We forget to pay bills, pick up our kids or to say “thank you.” Now I realize there are a lot of things worth forgetting. It may be a past relationship, a choice or a bad experience. We all have moments that have hurt us and have formed memories in our mind that we wish we could wipe clear. Yet remembering the past can be the catalyst for a great future. Remembering can create within us feelings of thankfulness and gratitude, giving us clarity on where we have come from so we can live fully in the present. Remembrance always serves a

greater purpose than forgetfulness. When I forget what it’s like to give, I miss out on the joy of being generous. When I forget what it’s like to be forgiven I run the risk of never extending forgiveness. When I forget the cost of freedom I never really appreciate the sacrifice it took. God understands the importance of remembering so much that all through the Bible he commands us to “remember.” We are told to remember events and moments where he displayed his faithfulness, leading, provision or protection. Remembrance is so important to God because it teach-

es us something profound about him. By remembering God’s faithfulness in the past we learn that he can be trusted in the future. We’ve been reminded of that principle this week as we took some time to remember those who risked and gave their lives for our country. Their commitment in the past secured your freedom in the present. We owe our veterans and current troops our commitment that we will “never forget,” for the moment we do is the moment we begin to take our freedom for granted. That’s the problem with forgetfulness; it will cause you to live

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9:30 Coffee Connection • 10:00 Worship & Teaching Kids Church: Infant to Gr. 6 • Youth/Young Adults every other Sunday evening

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CATHOLIC CHURCH St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church 8909 Mary St, Chilliwack

Meetings are on Sundays 11am & 6:30pm Wednesday Nights 7pm

Home Bible Studies, Movie Nights, Bands and more Everyone Welcome. Nursery Provided

UNITED CHURCH

Mt. Shannon United The friendly little church where everyone is welcome

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Oil Kings too slick for Bruins T

he Chilliwack Bruins dropped a third straight game Tuesday at Prospera Centre, falling in overtime 4-3 to the Edmonton Oil Kings. The Bruins played the Vancouver Giants Thursday afternoon but a result was not known at press time. Chilliwack got on the board first against Edmonton, with T.C. Cratsenberg converting on a partial breakaway for his second goal of the year. The Oil Kings quickly hit back, however, and took a 2-1 lead into the first intermission thanks to goals from Michael St. Croix and Josh Lazowski. But the Bruins rediscovered their quick-start offence and just 13 seconds into the sec-

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ond, Roman Horak tallied to level the score. The play of the period came courtesy of Bruins netminder Lucas Gore. After stopping a shot from the point, Oil King forward Travis Ewanyk swatted the rebound towards the goal. The puck bounced off Gore’s pad and was headed for the net, two feet off the ice, when the Bruins netminder reached back and swatted it away from danger with the blade of his stick. The Oil Kings took the lead late in the period but Steven Hodges scored just 1:09 into the third to again tie the score. Mike Piluso’s overtime goal gave Edmonton—which outshot the Bruins 33-19 on the night—a deserved victory.

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LIONS NEWS “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!” especially at our Flea Market – come and check out our Christmas decorations and lots of reasonably priced items as gifts for your loved ones. Thanks to all you Chilliwackians who support us! From money raised at the store, we have donated to these organizations the past month: $1000 Seniors Time-Out Program, $1,000 U.S. for SightFirst II, $250 Heart & Stroke, $200 Alzheimer Society, $1,000 B.C. Children’s Hospital, $250 CARE, $1,000 B.C. Lions Society for Children with Disabilities, $200 Operation Red Nose, $100 Chilliwack 4-H Council

**** WE REMEMBER **** Chilliwack Lions Club members were honoured to lay wreaths on Nov. 11th at Chilliwack and Sardis Cenotaphs in memory of our fallen military. Music – Dance – Cultural Centre – What do these 3 things have in common? The 64th Annual Chilliwack Lions Music & Dance Festival! chilliwacklionsclubmusicanddancefestival.com Feb. 4 – Mar. 11, 2011 will be competitions with Dance Honour Performance on Sunday, Feb. 27th at 1:30 p.m. and Music Honour Performance on Friday, April 1st at 7:30 p.m. Daily sessions are only $3.00 each – so come out to support and enjoy these talented youth! Chilliwack Lions Club is once again having their annual fundraising Poinsettia Sales. Call us if you need poinsettias for your home or office (604) 824-1385 – we will be at Prospera Credit Union on Wellington and Mary Street, from Nov. 15th – Dec. 15th, all money raised goes back to the community in donations! On October 30th our members had fun and raised money supporting Ann Davis Transition Society in their 6th Annual Strike-Out the Violence BowlA-Thon. “Life is like a mirror, we get the best results when we smile at it!”

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he University of the Fraser Valley Cascades women’s soccer team defeated the UBC Thunderbirds 2-0 Saturday to capture their first ever Canada West Championship. A day earlier, the Cascades earned a berth in the CIS women’s soccer national championship tournament in Charlottetown, PEI, by beating Trinity Western University 3-2 in penalties. The women’s soccer team become the first UFV program to qualify for a national berth, in the school’s five-year association with the CIS.

The Cascades go to PEI sporting a 10-51 overall regular and post season record. The Cascades shut down the UBC offence and claimed a lead 11 minutes into the second half off of a Megan Webster goal. The goal would prove to be the winner. A day earlier, UFV had knocked off TWU, the two-time defending CIS national champions. Trinity Western took an early lead off of a penalty shot, but UFV responded thanks to Chilliwack’s Danika Snook, who scored the first Cascade goal in team playoff histo-

Lunachicks declaw Cougars

ry at the 37th minute to tie the match. Chilliwack’s Danielle Schmidt—who was a rock on the Cascade back line— set up Ellen Kuyer for UFV’s second goal at the 53rd minute. But TWU equalized with less than 10 minutes left to force the game to overtime and, eventually, penalties, where the Cascades’ Danielle de Bruin was the hero. In addition to Schmidt and Danika Snook, other Chilliwack products on the roster include Roxanne Snook and Donna Pinning.

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he Chilliwack Lunachicks solidified their hold on first place Sunday as they defeated the second place Port Coquitlam Cougars 2-0 in Poco. It was an exciting game with the Cougar’s netminder playing outstanding and keeping the Chilliwack squad off the scoreboard. The game featured the two stingiest defences in the league and it looked like the

game would go scoreless. However, 20 minutes into the second half, Chilliwack’s Kelly Joiner slid to get her own rebound off the goal post and gave the Lunachicks a 1-0 lead. Janelle Cavanaugh was credited with the assist. Cavanaugh scored with 15 minutes remaining in the game to clinch the victory. She converted a nice passing cross from Andrea Feaver.

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a regular season match and the second Cup game. Valiant effort by Attack Gold falls short against Rangers Chilliwack Attack U-15 Gold 2 girls played a solid Cup game against the visiting Gold 1 Surrey Rangers but couldn’t squeak out a win. The Rangers scored twice in the opening minutes and put a Chilliwack squad that had not trailed by more than one goal this season on its heels. The locals upped their game play and took control of the ball driving it into the Rangers end but the opposing keeper was equal to the challenge and foiled seven goal attempts in the first half. With one minute remaining in the first half, the Rangers added another goal, despite good defensive play by Dani Cherniwchan and Jodi Brown and a great diving effort by goalie Janae Hildebrandt. The second half saw defenders Emma Jessop and Brown pound the ball up to Chilliwack’s forwards and midfielders, who found more chances to shoot on net despite a more defensive stance by the Rangers. However, the Attack failed to find the net with 10 shots as the Rangers claimed a 30 victory. Notable play came from Chilliwack defender Karyn Yakemchuk and forward Bettina Rillera.

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Silver Strikers start quest for the Cup with 4-0 victory Chilliwack’s U-15 Silver Strikers girls soccer squad started Cup play this past Sunday with a convincing 4-0 win against the Dunbar Gryffins at UBC. The Strikers are looking to make it four years in a row advancing to the finals and controlled the game from kickoff. Just five minutes in, Chilliwack striker Makayla Pfeifer found speedy Emma Haagensen with a pass. Haagensen threaded a seeing-eye pass through to a wide open Emily Finley, who easily smacked the sphere into the gaping net. Chilliwack took full control of the game from that point on, as the defence led by Kelli Whitehead and Rhiannon Dunphy kept the Dunbar forwards to the outside and above the 18. At the 14-minute mark, the ball control paid off once again as midfielder Kelsey DeGroot sent Taylor Allan into the 18, her deflected shot rebounded to Haagensen, whose one-time shot sailed over the opposing keeper and into the far corner of the net. Twelve minutes into the second half Chilliwack added to its lead. Hard work on the outside by defender Jade Emond helped get the ball to Finley, who in turn sent got the ball to midfielder Kiana Thiessen who sent a pass to Finley. Finley in turn sent Pfeifer through the Dunbar defence and the striker made no mistake. Chilliwack finished its scoring binge at the 28 minute mark, with Haagensen talling her second goal of the match after receiving another pass courtesy of Finley. The Strikers’ next two games will be at home,

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Sports Bruins host Rebels Friday The Chilliwack Bruins host the Red Deer Rebels and prized prospect Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Friday night at 7:30 p.m. The Bruins then hit the road for their third game in as many nights as they travel to Everett on Saturday.

Arenacross at Heritage Park Chilliwack Heritage Park hosts rounds three and four of the Canadian Arenacross Championship Friday and Saturday evening. Doors open at 6 p.m., racing starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the door.

Minor football action Saturday Chilliwack Midget Giants host Richmond Black in Valley Community Football League action Saturday at Townsend Park. Game time is 8 p.m.

On deck Steve Nash registration The Cheam Leisure Centre holds registration for the Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program on Dec. 4 and 11 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the New Cheam Leisure Centre on Market Way in Garrison Crossing. The Steve Nash program is available to youth from Grades 1 through 9, separated into four divisions:

Division 1 – Grades 1 and 2 Division 2 – Grades 3 and 4 Division 3 – Grades 5 and 6 Division 4 – Grades 7 to 9

One-hour practices are broken down into a halfhour skills session and a half-hour modified game. Each week will emphasize the teaching of basketball fundamentals in a fun and positive environment. All players receive equal playing and practice time. To keep the focus on skill development, no score is kept in divisions 1 to 3.

Hockey gets the green light

FOOTBALL SLIPPING AWAY

Registration is ongoing for the Green Light Inline Hockey League, an indoor inline hockey league for players as young as five and as old as the hills. Leagues include: atom, for players five to nine years old, cost $150; peewee, for ages 10 to 13, $150; bronze, for ages 13 to 18, (or older if of novice skill level), $220; silver, for players over 17, $220 or $2,200 for a team. Games are played at the Landing Sports Centre on Wednesday evenings. For more information or to register, contact Josh Schaper at 604-997-4546 or at josh@ glihl.com.

Rugby squads ready to rumble In U-19 B.C. Rugby Union action, Chilliwack hosts Meraloma, Saturday at 10 a.m. at Townsend Park. The following day, Chilliwack’s U-17 squad travels to Surrey to take on Bayside U16.

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Chilliwack Peewee Blue Giants running back Spencer Breslin avoids North Langley tacklers in Valley Community Football League action on Saturday.

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ue to a couple of revelations I have had with my food processor recently, I thought it would be appropriate to focus this column on kitchen gadgets and appliances that I find worthy. I usually opt for the manual alternative to kitchen prep—old-fashioned cutting by hand and elbow grease—but sometimes it is not always the best way. Recently, my wife wanted to make a dish from her childhood that basically consists of layers of thinly sliced potatoes, carrots, and other vegetables. These ingredients along with seasonings and chunks of sausage are cooked together to create a single pot casserole. When it came time to prepare this dish, the die-hard chef in me reached for my knife, readying myself for

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On Cooking the task at hand. “Why don’t we use the slicer attachment on our food processor?” exclaimed my wife. After some convincing, I decided to give it a try and was quite impressed with the uniform slices and ease of preparation. To be honest it was the first time in the 15 years that I have owned this food processor that I actually used the slicer attachment. I have also discovered (with subtle pressuring from my wife) that the regular blade of a food processor can ease the preparation of

finely chopping vegetables, as long as caution is used to prevent them from being pureed into oblivion. A hand-powered kitchen appliance that I love is my all-in-one apple peeler, corer and slicer. A lip on the edge of one’s counter is not necessary as it simply suctions to the surface with amazing strength. A single apple is pressed onto the hand-crank and all of these tasks are completed with a number of circular revolutions—perfect to speed up pie/crumble making. And the best part is that I purchased mine in brand new condition at a second hand store for only five dollars. For small hand tool gadgets, there are a few that I simply cannot (or, more correctly, would rather not) live without.

Olive pitter This tool resembles a pair of spring-loaded pliers. It has a circular base to hold an olive on one end, and a prod on the other. When squeezed together, the prod inserts into the olive and pushes the pit through the opposite side. It works great on cherries too.

Garlic press I have gone through many poorly made garlic presses in the past, but there is one brand that has never let me down. I highly recommend the Switzerland made Zyliss brand. I have literally crushed thousands of cloves with this brand, for the past six years, without fail. Melon baller Great for its intended purpose of creating bite-size

balls of melon, but works just as well on cheeses and an assortment of fruits and vegetables. Caramelized balls of potato, for example, makes for an appealing side dish. Although I do tend to be a bit stubborn when it comes to letting go of my knife skills for a gadget or appliance, the time saved in these circumstances is well worth the loss of chef’s pride. Dear Chef Dez: I noticed that many chefs on TV use a flat grater that lies across a bowl to remove zest from citrus fruits. Is the best way to do this? Charlotte E. Surrey Dear Charlotte: I actually recommend using a “zester.” It is a hand tool that has five little circular blades at the

end. When it is dragged across a citrus fruit, it produces beautiful curls of zest while leaving the bitter pith behind. Although flat graters remove the zest in small bits, and thus prevent further chopping, there is no guarantee that one will not grate too far into the bitter white pith. Besides, the curls of zest make great garnish!

Send your food/cooking questions to dez@chefdez.com or P.O. Box 2674, Abbotsford, B.C.V2T 6R4. Chef Dez is a food columnist, culinary instructor and cooking show performer. Visit him at www.chefdez. com. ◗ Next “Chef Dez on Cooking” column will appear Nov. 26.

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he Realtors Care Blanket Drive runs Nov. 29 to Dec. 6 at over 100 real estate offices across the region, collecting blankets, bedding and warm and waterproof clothing for the homeless and working poor. The president of the Chilliwack & District Real Estate Board, Kyle Hislop, is confident that no matter what weather conditions realtor volunteers may face during their 10 days of collecting donations, they will deliver. “During our first year in 2006, we received over a foot of snow the week before the blanket drive and then three days into it, we were hit with another massive snowstorm. Regardless, our volunteers were determined to collect donations for our community.” ◗ To find a list of all dropoff locations and charitable recipients, go to www.blanketdrive.ca.

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violin, for Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra concert master Adrian Albulescu, is a longterm commitment. “Once you fall in love, it’s forever,” he said. Not that it has always turned out that way. The first violin he got at about age 12 lasted only a few years before he accidentally crushed it by sitting on it. His current violin, though, has lasted much longer, and if love is blind, this relationship is the real deal. When the CSO opens its season this weekend, the instrument in Albulescu’s hand will be a freebie he picked up from local violin repair man Art Daher more than 10 years ago. Albulescu was looking for a junky violin to use for lessons with kids, who tend to be hard on them, and Daher told him to pick one from his selection of fixed-up instruments. The luthier then gave Albulescu his

TOOLS OF THE TRADE Follow this series highlighting the various instruments played by members of the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra both in the pages of the Chilliwack Times and on our IDEO website, where video See & hear at footage will allow you to listen to the various chilliwacktimes.com musicians in the series explaining how they came to own their instruments as well as hear them played.

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choice for free as an early birthday present. With no label on the inside to indicate the maker and no history, there is no way of knowing how much the instrument is worth, but that didn’t get in the way of Albulescu clicking with his new violin. “It’s like finding a dog on the street,” he said. “It doesn’t have any race or pedigree. You don’t know what that dog is, but it’s a nice guy.” Neither looks nor lineage have ever mattered to Albulescu when it comes to violins as long as they respond to his command. Its capacity for expression has kept him in love with the instrument since he started playing it at age seven in his native Romania. To him the violin is the most expressive of all the instruments and rivaled only by the saxophone. “It responds to absolutely everything that’s inside of you,” he said. While he also plays the guitar and piano, Albulescu believes the violin’s unrivalled capacity for expression comes from the direct contact the violinist has with the strings. “You are not just pushing a key,” he said. “You can vibrate; you can slide.” Given that intimacy, it’s little wonder Albulescu is careful to hang on to those instruments he really connects with. “It’s like a marriage,” he said. “It is the best friend. You treat her nicely; she treats you nicely. You treat her badly; you get the same response.”

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◗ The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus opens its season with The Trumpet Shall Sound on Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m. at First Avenue Christian Assembly. Tickets are available at Long & McQuade, from orchestra and chorus members and at the door.

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Dec. 4. Come to the library in your pyjamas on Nov. 16 from 7 to 7:45 p.m. and enjoy the mayhem and fun of Mother Goose, and meet some of your favourite storybook characters. No reservations are needed. Mother Goose–A Pantomime will be on stage at the cultural centre at 9201 Corbould St. evenings at 7:30 p.m. on weekdays Nov. 24 to 26 and Dec. 1 to 3, and at 2 p.m. for weekend matinees Nov. 27, 28 and Dec. 4. Tickets are $20 for adults, and $10 for students and seniors. Tickets are on sale at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, by phone at 604-391-SHOW and online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca.

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out across BC, the show’s star performer, Sara-Jean Hosie responds, “Her voice—Patsy Cline’s singing comes from the heart; it’s raw and genuine, and that translates to any generation.” Attending A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline is a once-ina-lifetime opportunity, giving patrons a chance to experience the songs that won her Greatest Hits album a spot on the charts, setting the record for the longest time as No. 1 from 1967 to the 1990s. The show features many of Patsy Cline’s unforgettable songs including “Crazy,” “I Fall to Pieces,” “Sweet Dreams” and “Walkin’ After Midnight,” all hits that made her the first lady of country. Though Hosie has played in countless award-winning productions including Les Miserables and The Number 14, she is still moved by her current character, Patsy Cline. “I feel so grateful to walk in the shoes of somebody who touched so many people with her music,” she said.

When His Majesty George III., was repairing his palace at Kew, one of the workmen, who was a good man, was particularly noticed by the King, and he often spoke with him upon serious subjects. One Monday morning his Majesty went as usual to watch the progress of the work, and not seeing this man, he asked the reason of his absence. The King was told that being unable to !nish a particular job on the Saturday night, they had returned to !nish it on the Sabbath morning. This man alone refused to work on the Lord’s Day and because of that he was dismissed. “Call him back immediately”, said the good King. “The man who would not do his ordinary work on the Lord’s Day is the man for me. Let him be sent for.” He was replaced, and the King ever after showed him special favour. The fourth commandment, Exodus 20: 8-11: Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work: But the seventh day is the Sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates: For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day; wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day, and hallowed it. Performer Sara-Jean Hosie as Patsy Cline

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spots on tour with Hedley, Faber Drive and Lights. In late August, the band was signed to an international deal through major label Capitol/EMI, and the band headed back in the studio to work on its forthcoming fulllength debut with veteran producers Garth Richardson and Matt Squire. “With the new album, the heavier songs are going to be heavier, the dancier songs

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Beauticians/ Barbers

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Farm Workers

NURSERY WORKERS

Digging and harvesting plants, outdoor work, fast paced environment, heavy lifting required, 40 hours/week $9.28 per hour. Evergreen Propagators Ltd. Chilliwack BC Apply by Fax: 604-850-7546

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General Employment

EVALUATOR NEEDED! Join our rapidly growing team of evaluator for department stores. Advancement opportunities, great pay, Lots of opportunities & incentives. www.oceanicsolution.com for quick and free sign-up.

Health Care

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Hotel Restaurant

COOK WANTED with food safe 25 - 30 hrs week. Experienced required. Apply in person at Jacksons Steak & Grill House 5725 Vedder Road Chwk.

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Trades/Technical

• Must have reliable vehicle • Must be certified & experienced • Union Wages & Benefits Apply in person 19689 Telegraph Trail, Langley fax resume to 604-513-3661 or email: darlene.hibbs@shawbiz.ca Required to start mid-February 2011

Job includes general nursery labor such as weeding, pruning, fertilizing, loading trucks etc. Must be hard working, physically fit and willing to work in the elements. Hours of work are Mon-Fri. 7:30 - 5:00. Some Saturdays and overtime will be required. Job is seasonal full time from Feb– Oct. Starting wage $9.28/hr + 4% vac. pay. Please fax resumes to Inline Nurseries, 604-794-7496 or drop off at, 49944 Yale Rd. East Chilliwack, BC V2P 6H4.

LABOURERS & CARPENTERS required for forming and framing experience an asset but will train right person. Ph 604-316-1185 for more information P/T HELP. Interest in wine an asset. Some moderate lifting req’d. Fax resume to 604-824-1504

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CUSTOM COMPUTER 15’’ LCD, CDRW, very fast and reliable, can deliver $99 604-845-9000 DELL LAPTOP works great, internet ready, can deliver $99 604-845-9000

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For Sale Miscellaneous

20’’ COLOUR TV, great picture, not high definition, works great $50 604-793-0170 ANTIQUE DESK $50 Oak coffee table & Oak end table set $50 604-823-4450 ANTIQUE FRENCH provincial chesterfield love seat, chair and footstools $400 604-823-4450 ELECTRIC HAZEL nut cracker $110 obo 604-795-2299 GIRLS SKI suit Scorpion, fits 10/12 years old, pants worn once, jacket a few times $25 604-795-9002

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Career Services/ Job Search

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Education

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HONDA 1 1/2 inch water pump, runs excellent $298 Old dive gear, etc. $75 604-703-9261 HOT TUB 8 man, Coast Spa fully loaded $4,900 obo 604-845-4161 or 604-997-0179 HOUSEHOLD HOT Water Tank $50 604-794-3117 or 604-316-0362 JVC 27’’ TV perfect condition $90 604-794-3117 or 604-316-0362 KENMORE DISHWASHER white, good cond $100 Little Tikes sandbox $30 604-824-9768 LADIES RIGHT hand Wilson golf clubs, full set, woods, irons & putters $90 604-824-4554 LARGE SITTING fan c/w lights, very good condition $50 604-794-3117 or 604-316-0362 LITTLE TIKES toy box, like new, 32’’ wide & 17’’ high, bought last year $25 604-795-9002 MISC AQUARIUM equipment, used, stands, tanks, filters, heaters etc. $100 604-791-7976

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Audio/Video/ Computers

HELLY HANSEN 2 pc neoprene jacket & suspender pants, sz M-L. Hip waders sz 8, great for fishing all for $100 604-858-5200

General Nursery Laborer

Fairs/Bazaars

For Sale Miscellaneous

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NOKIAN SPORT utility 215/65/16 tires, new condition $75 one 604-791-8166

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Valley Countertops Industries Ltd. a leading manufacturing company for cabinets, fixtures and counter tops located at 30781 Simpson Road, Abbotsford requires a qualified Cabinet Maker. Job duties include: study specification of the articles to be made, mark outline, operate a variety of woodworking machines to assemble and install complete units. Minimum Grade 12 with 4 year of experience as a Cabinet Maker and other related tasks. Salary $20.50/hr. Please fax your resumes to 604-852-9066

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Fairs/Bazaars

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For Sale Miscellaneous

TWO DOUBLE glazed windows with screens, white, alum frame, size 72 x 36 $50 48 x 36 $40 or both $75 obo 604-858-9622

NR NEW 'Retro' white Apt sized fridge, and stove fan. Pantry cupboard w/ microwave shelf, 36' louvered bifold door, $350 takes all. 604-824-6796

X LARGE Dog Kennel $90 2 Golf Bags $15 each Golf Cart 2 wheel $20 SUV Roof Top Carrier $80 604-824-4554

PLEASE MUM winter jacket, size XL, pink & purple, looks like new with pink snow pants $35 for both 604-819-4733

YOKOHAMA ICE guard 215/65/16, 98% tread, like new $75. one 604-791-8166

PROFESSIONAL WINE press from Okanagan, made in Italy like new great for group of wine making buddies or neighbours very cheap $500 (4 people at $125 each), new 40 gal hot water tank $200, large approved heat stove $200, new 5 HP air compressor $180, 6’x10’ flat deck trailer with removable sides 15' wheels and brakes $800, very secure all steel cargo trailer 10’ only $800, 'U' fix trailers and/or axle assemblies $50 - $200, antique travel trailer for restoration, 1988 Pick Up long box 3/4 ton full load, cold air conditioning $900, 9-9 outboard as new $900, mercury 2.5 HP motor fairly new controls avail $1000, lots of fantastic stuff for rec room and yard decoration. Ph 604-793-7714 SOLID OAK bedroom set, night stands, dresser & headboard $100 604-703-9261 STEEL WEIGHTS with bench, leg extensions and pull down bar $300 604-703-9261 TOYO OPEN country tire 10 ply, 265/70/17 tires, new condition $150 one 604-791-8166

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Dogs

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Wanted to Buy

WANTED: OUTBOARD motors from 1915 - 1950, Any Cond. working Or not. Al 604-991-0461

BLUE HEELER / Staffordshire Terrier puppies. Born Sep 1. 4 left. Farm / family raised - very friendly. $400.00. 604-798-9577 BOXERS, CKC reg. show champion lines, 9 flashy brindle males, 2 reverse, chip, wormed & shots, ready Nov 12. 604-987-0020

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Birds

CHIHUAHUA X pug male Ready to go, shots & vet checked $650. 604-702-1960 or 604-316-2136

GREEN PARROT, small. Picks up sounds easily, friendly, healthy Paid $500, Offers 604-980-6050

Sardis

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Cats

3 RESCUE Kittens need loving homes. Litter trained. 2 fluffy black/grey, 1 black short hair. Call 604-798-0428.

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Auctions

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CEDAR HEDGING $1.00/foot& up. Dug in ready, installation & delivery avail 604-795-1999. Now is the best time for planting!

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DRY SPLIT WOOD Pick Up load $120 delivered. Fir, Spruce, hardwood mix. Phone 604-823-4272

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4 ADORABLE M orki’s, raised @ home, 1st shots, dewormed, health cert. 1-604-794-3287 JACK RUSSELL female pups, & 2 adults, smooth coat, dewormed. shots, Chwk 604-794-3229

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Fall Jewellery & Book Sale

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LAB/BOXER PUPS for sale. 1st shots and worming. Crate trained. $480.00 Call 604-603-8609

BERNESE MOUNTAIN Dog Pups, vet ✔ 1st shots, dewormed. $1200. Chwk. 1-604-794-3561

PUPS - purebred Australian Cattle Dogs (Blue Heelers). $460. Chilliwack. Call 604-512-7560.

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Jewellery

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Horses

JESSIE JANE FARMS on Rotary trail. Full board only. Ph 604-823-4414

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Metaphysical

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The Heal-Well Centre for Dogs in Chilliwack is now accepting clients for obedience instruction, behaviour problems & consultation. New group classes starting now! Call 604-556-9966

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Legal/Public Notices

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Apt/Condos

2 BR $740. reno’d, mtn view, st.steel appl, w/d, open house Sat Nov 13th, 2-5 pm, #9-45655 McIntosh. 604-316-5796

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Apt/Condos

1 BDRM Apt ste, avail Dec 1, $550/mo, heat & water incl, refs req’d, no pets. Ray 604-792-4927

2 BDRM in Vibe, 5 appl, in suite laundry, 2 undgrnd parking space. Beautiful view of mnts, balcony facing west. Perfect for young couple or 2 university students. N.S, N/P. $900/m with lease, refs req’d. 604-858-9793 or 1-604-868-0549

1&2 BR adult orient. $600/700; 1 blk from hospital, DD & Refs req’d. NP, great loc 604-795-3344 2 BDRM 1 bth apt above vet clinic. incl 5 appl, garbage & parking. n/s. $800/m ref’s req’d. Avail Dec 1. Megan 604-858-8198.

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OWN LOT in Abbtsford Serviced 48ftx21.8ft pad. CSA pre fab or mobile. RV prkg. Motivated seller, $205,000, 604-584-0969

2 BDRM new condo Sardis, incl 5 appl., f/p, balcony, pkg, n/p avail immed. $780/m. 778-241-7337

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1 bdrm 2 level twnhse 1-1/2 bath – $550

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Sardis, Newer, 6 appl. – $850

2 bdrm apt

5 appl., gas incl’d – $750

2 bdrm corner unit 5 appl., Sardis – $775

2 bdrm mnflr house Small pet, utils incld. – $1100

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Large patio, hot water incl. – $700

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Tim Stephens' Astral Reflections Aries March 21 - April 19: Your last week of mystery, Aries – and of chances to benefit from others’ largesse or deep pockets. Here are some keywords for action within this arena: Invest, capitulate, confess, fix health, rest Sunday to Tuesday dawn. Ignore an acquaintance’s advice! Pay, buy, sell, “stamp” agreements, embrace or make peace with someone, inventory your possessions Friday/ Saturday. Governments, courts, institutions, lawyers, travel matters, publishers, head office, partners, antagonists, mate, public, opportunities, agreements – all these, indecisive or inactive in recent months, finally march forward. Taurus April 20-May 20: Relationships remain important.Study opportunities,agreements,relocation prospects, competition and whether you should join ‘em or fight ‘em. But don’t study too long – act soon – or immediately (Monday daytime, Wednesday eve, dawn Thursday right through Saturday). Recent delays in work, employment, machinery and health zones end Thursday. Longer delays (since July) also end, in social, planning, sexual, investment, financial and lifestyle zones. Get going – reach out! Happiness, flirtation, social delights, even love arrive Sunday/ Monday. Rest midweek. You shine Friday/Saturday! Gemini May 21-June 20: Your last week of work and drudgery, Gemini. Soon, new horizons will arrive! Meanwhile, tackle chores. Buy or repair machinery, vehicles. Adjust diet, nutrition, health regimens. Your career is highlighted Sunday to Tuesday dawn. Be ambitious – you could net a promotion; VIPs, bosses or parents will approve of or aid your projects, proposals. Optimism, friendship, entertainment enter Tuesday p.m. through Thursday: avoid intellectual or ethical disputes at work. Rest, retreat Friday/Saturday. Four months of delays end in negotiations, partnerships, relocation, career and “judgment.”

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Cancer June 21-July 22: You start this romantic week with mellow wisdom, Cancer. After this, romance dies down briefly, then will return again by month’s end, into January – but in that next phase it will be more volatile, demand more critical choices. So enjoy this pleasure-filled, non-pressure week! (You might be dealing with creative projects, vacation, charming kids, beauty, hobbies, sports, rather than romance.) A legal, media, educational or travel solution arrives Monday, especially if you chase it. Buy tickets. Be ambitious Wednesday/Thursday. Happiness, wish fulfilment arrive Friday/Saturday! Leo July 23-Aug. 22: Four-month delays in big financial areas (investments, debts, mortgages, other people’s money, business funding) and in sex, intimate commitments, lifestyle changes, research and deep health (e.g., surgery) end now. Shorter and less important delays in mail, communications, telephone installation, career projects, travel and paperwork (especially re: property) end now. Push forward to end things and to plant a new life. Seek funding, suggest settlements, let go of one lifestyle and grasp another, especially Monday. Legal, travel, love and intellectual affairs succeed Wednesday/Thursday. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22: An easy, enjoyable week, Virgo. The general accent lies on communications, paperwork, travel, errands and details. Long delays end in relationships and opportunities – the best, luckiest, appear Monday to pre-dawn Tuesday, and Thursday. (If they don’t appear, create and chase them!) One opportunity might entail abandoning a job. Life’s depths flow in Tuesday p.m. through Thursday: a relationship becomes intimate, you follow opportunity with commitment, money or a promise. Revealing facts surface. (Especially if you turn over a rock or two.) Wisdom, gentle love arrive Friday/Saturday.

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Nov. 14 - Nov. 20

Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Continue to chase money, earn it, use it, spend it. Machinery, tools, vehicles are a great buy Monday (AFTER dawn). In Seymour Narrows, B.C., there used to be a huge underwater hazard called “Ripple Rock” that caused wrecks for 250 years, and prevented efficient ferry traffic. Finally, in 1958, the government blew it up. Your relationships might hold such a deep, hidden rock. Pluto’s down there now (2008 to 2024) trying to eradicate it. It’s “there” Tuesday night – but not Wednesday/Thursday, when love and partnership opportunities soar! Work, financial, sexual and intimate delays end. Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21: Your energy, charisma and effectiveness remain high – and this lucky week speeds you toward your goals! Start major projects, seek attention, ask favours, display your talents. Delays that have frustrated you for months in creative, speculative, romantic zones – and shorter delays in partnership, relocation and/or governmentrelated zones – all end now. You ride a winning streak Sunday to Tuesday – romance, speculation, creativity, all reward. Take a risk! Tackle work mid-week. You’ll succeed. Relationships confront you Friday/Saturday – smooth co-operation, money agreements prevail. Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21: This is your last week of seclusion, Sage. Rest deeply, as next week you’ll burst into new projects, situations and hopes. The more you rest now, the more energy you’ll have then – and the more chores and obligations you clear away now, the lighter and more free you’ll be – when it counts. This is a great week, considering. Everything revolves around your domestic situation Sunday to Tuesday: Monday holds property, security luck. Romantic notions tease and please mid-week. You might make a “backyard” friend. Work, health Friday/Saturday. Personal, domestic and social delays end.

Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19: The accent remains on wish fulfilment, popularity, social delights, light romance and entertainment. You feel optimistic about your future; this is a great week to make plans. Do errands, paperwork, communicate and travel Sunday to Monday. Monday to Thursday favours communications about money – and money information. Read, ask questions, follow your curiosity. Past frustrating delays end in all these areas (especially in obtaining information, especially from government and large corporations). Home, midweek. Romance, pleasure, creative surges Friday/Saturday – take a chance! Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18: You’re still in a general ambition cycle, for another eight days. Act early – Sunday to Tuesday favour chasing money, seeking a pay raise, cultivating new clients, etc. Monday’s best. Communications, errands, details, travel, casual acquaintances stymie you Tuesday, but they bring interest, happy social interludes (Wednesday) and some intriguing money ideas (Thursday). This week ends a four-month delay in earnings, purchasing power, and dealing with possessions. Beware a bit of deception from higher-ups midweek. Head home Friday/Saturday for a rejuvenating rest – excitement’s coming! Pisces Feb. 19-March 20: Love, understanding, higher learning, far travel, publishing, religion, cultural involvements – these are still your main theme. Your energy and magnetism surge upward Sunday to Tuesday – and your luck soars Monday. Take advantage, get something done, propose, impress someone! Chase money Tuesday eve to Thursday – your idea factory might be a little wobbly, but your practical instincts are right, especially Wednesday. This week ends four months of delay in your ambitions. A lot of that delay emerged from your own indecision: that ends too. Light friends, heavy info, Saturday. timstephens@shaw.ca • Reading: 416-686-5014


A38 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 CHILLIWACK TIMES

Apt/Condos

2 BR, $700 incld heat hw & cable Chwk downtown, avail Jul 1, 604-702-2944 or 1-604-856-7390 Bach, 1 & 2 BR, $470 up heat & h/w, garbage incl, no pets, Chwk nr amens. Resident Mgr. Member of Crime Free Multi-housing, Oct 15, 604-792-8974 leave msg. CHWK, 1BR, 1st Ave & Broadway. bright corner unit, 5 appls, insuite w/d, off St prkg, $625, avail now. Ref’s req’d. 604-819-5646

STUDIO INCL. cable, garbage, HW, sh’d laundry. Quiet person pref. $425/m Nov. 1 604-824-1902 call Mon-Fri 8-4

VIBE APT 2 BDRM 2 bth, insuite laundry, newer, 2 underground parking $995/mo . Ph 604-798-5914 or 604-795-9155

6515

Duplexes - Rent

2 BR duplex, Off 1st Ave, spacious, 4 appls, ns, pet neg. $950 incl heat, 604-847-0545 CLEAN & Quiet, 2 br, 1 bath, 1/2 duplex, 2 new appls, share wd, Sardis, avail Dec. 1, $650+dd, pet neg. 604-798-0067 or 847-9053 Absolutely No grow ops!

6540

Houses - Rent

2 BDRM home Sardis, all appl., close to town, avail Dec 1 $1050. N/S, small pet ok. 604-807-2147

3 BDRM exe home Kinkora, 3 bth, prof kitchen, den, gas fp, dble garage. 2 yr old $1400/m. 604-847-9290 5 BD country home, with shop, fened yd on acrge, priv loc, refs req’d long term $2250/m. 1-604-853-5195 CHILLIWACK DOWNTOWN by 5 corners. 1 Br house available Immed $800. Ph 604-792-0232 CHWK BI-LEVEL 4 bdrm, 2½ bth, 6 appl., fenced yd, RV park, ns, np, Cornwall Cres $1400/m, avail Dec 1. 604-795-5883 STOP RENTING-RENT TO OWN ● No Qualification - Low Down ● CHILLIWACK - 9557 Williams, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, cozy HOUSE on 49x171’ lot, excellent investment property in heart of town..... $888/M SURREY- 6297 134 St. Solid 7 Bdrm HOUSE w/3 bdrm suite on 1/4 acre lot with views... $1,688/M

6595

Shared Accommodation

952SF GROUND flr. retail or office on Main St. Chwk, Cheap rent. call 1-604-291-1059

6595-17

Chilliwack

1 BD main flr. Incl. hot water, garb, cable, sh’d laundry. Quiet bldg. Close to dwntwn. $545/m avail. Nov 1 604-824-1902 M-F 8 -4

6602

Suites/Partial Houses

1 BDRM brand new above grnd, Rosedale, incl’s utils cable, w/d $700 avail immed. 604-799-6899

AUTOMOTIVE 9125

Domestic

1999 FORD Contour SE. V6, loaded, megs, air cared, $2850, D9921 Abbots 604-855-6522

1 BR small Promontory, bright, priv. entr., 5 appls, ns, pets neg., $550 + util. Dec 1. 604 858-7529 1BDRM +DEN, FFI, shared laundry, sep ent, n/p, n/s $700 incl util. Avail. Dec 1st 604-795-3598

FALL SPECIALS

GRAND AM • 1999 Pontiac Grand Am #1G573049

• 1995 Cutlass Supreme #AP7021

• 2001 Chrysler Neon #AP6075 99,000 KM

$1995 $2395 $3495

• 1993 Buick Regal Grand Sport #AP7125 LOW KMS, 1 OWNER

• 2004 Chevy Optra #KL962564 WAS $5695

$3495 $3995

2 BDRM 1 full bth, approx 1000 sq ft on Coote St. Avail Nov 15 $850/m incl util. Ph 778-908-6643 2 BDRM bsmt suite sep entr., walk out patio, private, view, open design, f/p, never rented ns, np, no drugs, refs, $800/m. 604-858-5791 2 BDRM Rancher, separate garage, 4 appl, N/S, pet ok, $900, Avail Dec. 15 Call 604-991-7200 3 BR, Sardis, Garrison Crossing, 2 story, 2.5 bath, 2 garage, 6 appls, own wd, ns, np, $1200, avail Dec. 1, 604-847-3273

• 2000 Nissan Maxima GLE #AP7065 WAS $5995

• 2000 Monte Carlo SS #AP7096 WAS $5995

• 1998 Honda Accord #AP6321 154,000 KMS

• 2000 VW Jetta VR6

• 1999 Honda Accord

6605

$5495 $5995

Warehouse/ Commercial

APPROX 1600 sq ft 2 bay shop. 1 - 12’ door & 1 - 10’ door. Office washroom, light up sign. Gd location, Yale Rd West, avail Dec 1. $1350/m. Ph 604- 792-3443 or 604-793-3959 evening

• 2003 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer #1FA37856 4X4, 7 PASS

$8,995

• 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee #AP7063 WAS $5995

$4,495

• 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee #AP7061 WAS $3495

$2,495

TRUCKS & VANS

ONE OR TWO offices for rent, possibility for shared Reception & use of Boardroom. Nice downtown location. Call Teresa (604) 864-5770 (303).

Store Front office space for lease 575 sf. busy complex. (Cwk) M.Y. Mini Storage

604-703-1111

WAREHOUSE & office space for lease, up to 12,000sf of Warehouse and 3,200sf of executive offices. Available. Chillwack. Call 604-991-7200

To advertise in the Chilliwack Times Classified

REAL ESTATE section, call

604-795-4417

WINDSTAR • 1998 Ford Windstar #2FE33874 WA $2495

• 2001 Dodge Caravan #AP6023

• 2002 Grand Caravan #AP7098

$2495 $3795 $4895

• 2001 Ford F150 Xcab 4x4 #AP7112 AUTO, CANOPY

$5495

ODYSSEY • 2001 Honda Odyssey #AP7041

$7995

MOTORCYCLES

FZ600 • 2007 Yamaha FZ 600 #JY00059

• 2007 Yamaha YZF 600 #AP009 WAS $5795

$5495 $5295

Parker’s 7981 Atchelitz Road (turn north on Atchelitz off Yale Road West)

Steve 778-828-0055 Dale 604-799-0310 CLASSI FI ED

alparkerautosales.com

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Scrap Car Removal

9145

9105

Auto Miscellaneous

$0 DOWN & WE MAKE YOUR 1st PAYMENT AT AUTO CREDIT FAST Need a vehicle? Good or Bad Credit? Call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599 www.autocreditfast.ca DLN 30309

9129

Luxury Cars

9130

OVER A THOUSAND VEHICLES TO CHOOSE FROM

WEEKLY SPECIALS Nov 13 - Nov 19, 2010 Engine (Gas)................. $14995 Transmissions .................$4995 Starters ...........................$1795 Alternators.......................$1795 Radiators.........................$2595 All Bucket Seats..............$1995 All Bench Seats...............$2495 Any Steel Wheel ................$795

Hours: 8:30am-5pm 7 Days A Week www.pickapart.ca

604-792-1221

9145 All black. Perfect running condition. Only 10,500 original km. One of the last motors built by John Andres of JARZ Performance. Super fast and super fun! $6000 obo. Call 604.316.4342.

Has your vehicle reached the end of its useful life? Pick A Part is environmentally approved and meets all BC government standards for automotive recycling

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#1 FREE Scrap Vehicle Removal Ask about $500 Credit!!! $$ PAID for Some 604.683.2200

Scrap Car Removal

Donate a vehicle, change a life!

BC Teen Challenge provides a no-charge, hassle-free pickup of any towable vehicle in any condition. And, you receive a tax receipt for the fair market value of the vehicle.

Drywall

8080

Electrical

YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 service call. Insured. Lic # 89402. Fast same day service guaranteed. We love small jobs! 604-568-1899

8130

8155

8195

COL-RIC CONTRACTING

BESTWAY PAINTING & DECORATING

• Excavating • Dumptrucking • Landscaping • Fencing

•turf instalation (top soil spreading •mini excavator • dump truck service • retaining walls • fencing • concrete breaker • land clearing • demolition

604-290-8845 823-2382 or 795-1027

8185

CARPENTRY, PLUMBING, Electrical, Concrete, etc. Call Dave 604-794-9976

Painting/ Wallpaper

Landscaping

Moving & Storage

Handyperson

ANY BIG or small home improvements. Call Les for price & quality work. 30 yrs exp. 604-858-5557

CASH FOR ALL VEHICLES FREE TOWING QUICK SERVICE ALWAYS AVAILABLE

778.865.5454 STEVE TOWING SERVICES Scrap Car Removal. We Pay $$ for all cars. Call 778-316-7960

THE SCRAPPER SCRAP CAR & TRUCK REMOVAL

CASH FOR ALL VEHICLES

604-790-3900 OUR SERVIC 2H

9155

E

Sport Utilities/ 4x4’s/Trucks

1997 FORD Ranger, white, ext cab, auto, 4.0L, 230Kms, Mission, $3300, 604-826-4647 ..807-0209

9522

RV’s/Trailers

1998 ADVENTURER 10’, king bd, lite weight, full bth, f/s/ oven. Excl cond $8500 obo. 604-792-6404

9530

Storage

NEW RV STORAGE SERVICE Secure, Gated, Gravelled Site. Reasonable Rates. Call Thunderhorse Garage 604-823-6120. 42952 South Sumas Rd Chilliwack. Storage Insurance required

Find your car at

Contact Sean Sabourin – 1.604.835.9604 OR Donate online at www.bcteenchallenge.com

HOME SERVICES 8075

Scrap Car Removal

Have it recycled properly

604-792-1221 Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm 7 Days A Week www.pickapart.ca

Motorcycles/ Dirt Bikes

2000 BUELL LIGHTNING 1200 by Harley Davidson

9145

778.865.5454

DRYWALLING, MUDDING, Taping, Boarding. Exc Rates. Free Est. 35 yrs exp. 778-881-6737

www.HomeBuyingCenter.ca

Office/Retail Rent

93 BUICK Century 4 dr, auto, V6 a/c, p/w, 220K No dents/rust stereo $900 obo 604-703-0875

SPORT UTILITY- 4X4

WHITE ROCK - 15532 Madrona Dr 3 bdrm, HOUSE, quiet st, huge yard, dble garage, 2 yr old roof....$1,388/M Call (604)812-3718 or (604)786-4663

6565

2006 DODGE MAGNUM V6 auto fully loaded, gun metal grey, $10,000 FIRM 604-798-2869

$6495

EXPLORER

Parts & Accessories

SELF-SERVE DISCOUNT AUTO PARTS

$6495

Townhouses Rent

3 BR +den, Townsendgreen. 4 appls, cat ok, reno’d, ns, avail now, $1000, 604-847-0545

6620

#AP7127 2 DOOR WAS $6995

$4495

9135

2005 FORD FOCUS ZXT, Stn Wgn, auto, 70k, options, blue, $5,000 Firm. Call 604-538-4883

1985 CADILLAC Fleetwood Brougham 4 door Sedan, low mileage, fully loaded, offers, call after 6pm. 604-795-9215

MAXIMA

#AP7022 AUTO WAS $6995

FAIRFIELD, Chwk. 2 BR, grd/lvl ste, private W/D. $875. N/S, Pet neg. Avail now. 604-309-2793

Domestic

DAILY DRIVERS

1 BDRM bsmt suite. Ns, np, $650 incl util, bus route across st. Avail Dec 15 Ph 604-316-4989 1 BR, immac, 1 bath, in Sardis, exc for single quiet mature person, ns in suite, 3 appls w/share wd, near Malls, $650+dd incl utils & cable, small pet neg. Avail Dec 1, 604-798-0067. 604-847-9053 Absolutely no Illegal activities and no grow ops!

9125

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6508

Interior / Exterior • Small / Big Jobs Comm./Res. • Fully Insured AURA Stone Countertops Crown molding installation. Faux finish, staining & custom painting. $150 Off (certain restrictions apply)

John 778-881-6737

PRIMO PAINTING Interior & Exterior

* EXCELLENT PRICES * TWO BROTHERS MOVING Local & Long Distance 604-720-0931 • bc.moving@gmail.com •

Free Est./Written Guarantee

No Hassle Quick Work Insured /WCB

604-723-8434

To advertise call 604-795-4417

8220

Plumbing

10% Off with this Ad! Aman’s Plumbing Service, Lic. Gas Fitter, Reas. Rates. 778-895-2005

8240

Renovations & Home Improvement

D.M.B. Carpentry, specializing in all your home/office reno’s. No job is too small. Don 604-792-2606

Need help with your Home Renovation? Find it in the Classifieds!


CHILLIWACK TIMES FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 A39

P A I N T I N G C O U N T E R S C O N T R A C T I N G

604-703-3319 Toll Free: 1-888-400-8822 604-796-0189

604-825-3884

(formerly the Counter Guy)

FINAL FINISH CONTRACTING

HOME

R E N FRASER VALLEY O RENOVATIONS V Professional • Dependable A FOR ALL YOUR RENOVATION NEEDS T I Call Eddie @ O N 1-604-825-7585 S eddie@fraservalleyrenos.com

DIRECTORY

NORTH GATE P PLUMBING By Gord L NEW INSTALLATIONS U • Renovations M • Repairs B • All Work Guaranteed w/ 30 years I • Licensed experience N Low Rates G Cell. 604-798-6370

EXPERTS BUSINESS OF THE WEEK

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L LANDSCAPE AWAY A BOOK EARLY FOR N SNOW REMOVAL D Pruning/Trimming Specials S • Complete Lawn Care C • Turf Installation A • Pruning & Gardening P • Landscape Design & Upgrades I • Retaining Walls N Residential • Strata • Commercial G 604-845-1467

• Bathrooms • Kitchens • Basements • Sun Decks • Additions

604-793-3631 BILL BOUTHOT 604-819-4362 TED BOOTH

‘Your Home Renovation Specialists Inside & Out’

R O HOWARD O F When Quality Counts! I ROOF EVALUATIONS by N PROFESSIONAL ROOFERS G Family owned & operated since 1961

604-792-1479 604-703-3319 Toll Free: 1-888-400-8822 604-796-0189

R E N O V A T I O N S

DOUBLE O VENTURES

A .LTD D • Vinyl Sundecks V • Railings E • Siding & Soffits R “Transform Old Concrete...” T This Spot Could Engraving, Staining & Polishing Interior & Exterior I Be Yours! S Quality & Satisfaction Guaranteed Contact Arlene I and Free Estimates 604-702-5152 N Office: 604-703-0178 or Cell: 604-798-0578 G aewood@canwest.com

YOUR HOME IS YOUR GREATEST INVESTMENT Call one of these local businesses for all your needs. Keep your advertising consistent, call today to find out how. 604.702.5152

C O N T R A C T I N G

Frame to Finish Contracting • Basements • Additions • Renovations

One Call Does It All! Free Estimates Phone Wayne

604-845-1141

My S N O REMOVAL & DE-ICING W • Strata • Commercial • Residential

R E M O V A L

A D V E R BOOK EARLY T Advertise Here! I AND RECEIVE S Contact Arlene 10% OFF I 604-702-5152 N call Jeff 604.316.7792 G aewood@canwest.com EXP. NOV.10, 2010

C DoYouWant to build a New Home? O • Are you looking for a quality built home? N • Do you want to build at builders cost? S • Do you want to save thousands on HST? T R If you do... call John Campbell U 10 year New HomeWarranty C 604-316-6321 T For more information I cbjohn@shaw.ca O Quality, Pride, Commitment N Helping Chilliwack homeowners to contract their own homes for over 20 years


A40 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 CHILLIWACK TIMES

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up to $

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• Carrier Infinity 95% Efficiency Furnace • Multi-stage Operation •Variable Speed Blower

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Total Savings ..........

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BC LiveSmart Rebate$1060-$1420

1610 $ to 2520

Total Savings ......

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* Heating cost savings as compared to a 64 AFUE furnace. ** With purchase of complete Carrier Infinity® heating and cooling system. When an Infinity® Air Purifier is added to a system purchase, qualifying rebates range from $250-$1,200. Offer valid from September 1, 2010 to November 15, 2010. Installation by November 30, 2010. Claim deadline December 15, 2010 (6:00pm Central Time). Offer valid only at participating dealers for Carrier products. Visit www.carrier.ca for full details.

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Cool Cash Re $1200 ends Nbates of up to ov. 30, 2010 Live Smart & Eco -Energy post retr ofits must be done b y March 31, 201 1

Complete Infinity Series System • Carrier Infinity 95% Efficiency Furnace • Multi-stage Operation •Variable Speed Blower • Carrier 2 Speed up to 19 seer Heat Pump • InfinityAir Purifier

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See us online at www.jcfireplaces.ca 8915 Young Rd (at Railway) 11126811

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Chilliwack Times November 12 2010  

Chilliwack Times November 12 2010

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