INSIDE: Local hero gets special commendation from Gov. Gen. Pg. 6 F R I D A Y
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Missing & feared murdered
A deadly secret
Local man’s compassionate nature may have cost him his life
A dark past is revealed as the man many knew locally as Reno Trevor Hogg stands accused of murder . . . for the second time
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he evening before he disappeared, Robert-Jan (Robbie) Planje told Colleen Crook, an old friend of 40 years, that he was afraid to return to his tidy home at Rainbow Estates mobile home park. Just hours earlier, his crackaddicted roommate had been arrested after going into a rage that saw him throw meat and food around the home and at Planje. Planje wasn’t sure if his roommate would be released or held in custody but the 64-yearold Chilliwack was EB IRST man—who loathe to leave First reported on his dogs alone chilliwacktimes.com f o r m o re t h a n an hour—did go home. He hasn’t been seen since. By Tuesday morning, the roommate—who was released Sunday night—was back in police custody and being questioned by homicide investigators as to the whereabouts of Planje. According to Crook, Planje called the roommate his stepson. The roommate is, in fact, a 44-year-old struggling crack addict. Planje— who was secretary of the Gypsy Project, a non-profit that tries to house the homeless—had dated the man’s mother and took his
See PLANJE, Page 27
Mother gives the gift of life to son
Described as congenial and polite by some, Reno Trevor Hogg came to Chilliwack and fooled many people in the community regarding his true identity. BY PAUL J. HENDERSON email@example.com
eno Trevor Hogg got to know a lot of people in Chillliwack but not one of those people truly knew
him. What they do know is that he integrated himself as well or better than most newcomers with no connections do. Some of those who met and worked with Hogg describe him as smooth, accommodating, polite, friendly and congenial. Hogg liked to party and he liked to drink. But he also worked hard and he liked to get things done.
He got to know a lot of people, he made friends and it truly seemed like he wanted to fit in here in the Fraser Valley. But there was another side. One person who knew Hogg says he thought he was a “snake.” Another says he was a “shyster.” The reality is that Hogg had terrible and disturbing secrets, which he did an incredible job of keeping under wraps. “This is the story of a person that came into a community and used people of stature,” said Wayne, the man who knew Hogg best and even let him live in his home for a brief period of time. (Wayne did not want his last name used.)
“He got himself known. Reno Trevor Hogg is the nice guy that can do this and this and this. He had an apartment and a dog. He lived basically a normal life. “Here was somebody that fooled everybody.” Nearly 10 years after they first met, Wayne found out that Reno Trevor Hogg isn’t and wasn’t Reno Trevor Hogg. The enigmatic and charismatic guy he knew was actually George Mitchell Allgood, an American citizen who, 27 years ago, tied up a 71-year-old man in his own home and beat him to death with a shovel in Baltimore, Md. Twenty-three years after that horrific crime, on July 15, 2006, 40-
year-old Susan Reinhardt and 43year-old David Ristow were asleep together in a Saskatoon home at about 1:15 a.m. when they were hit with blasts from a shotgun. Ristow survived but Reinhardt—Allgood’s ex-girlfriend and the mother of his child—died. In a Saskatoon courtroom this week, at the conclusion of a fourday preliminary hearing, Judge Barry Singer ruled that the Crown had presented enough evidence for Allgood to stand trial for first degree murder and attempted murder. Allgood denied the allegations. See ALLGOOD, Page 7
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. . . and saves her son’s life BY KAREN GRAM & TIFFANY CRAWFORD Vancouver Sun
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hilliwack teenager Trevor Thornley received a birthday gift unlike any other from his mother this year: A lifesaving kidney. Colleen Thornley didn’t think twice about donating her kidney when doctors told her that her son needed one as soon as possible. Trevor, who turned 18 a few weeks ago while in hospital waiting to receive his mother’s kidney, has battled kidney disease since he born. In January, his disease took a turn for the worse. Doctors told the family the news they had been dreading for years: Trevor’s kidneys were failing and he would need a new kidney. “I’m a mom. That’s what moms do—we do we try to fix our kids. If that means giving them a body part, well that’s just what it is,” she said. But she had to go through a battery of blood tests, and it took four months to determine whether she was a suitable donor—a long and arduous wait for a worried mother. Meanwhile, her son was put on dialysis. “It was such a long process and it was hard. He was on dialysis for 10 hours a night. He was at home, thankfully, but that was very difficult for him,” she said. They had hoped to undergo the transplant straight away, but then Trevor caught an infection and they had to wait until Nov. 29 to have the surgery, which took place at two different hospitals. Surgeons removed Colleen Thornley’s kidney at St. Paul’s Hospital and delivered it to the BC Children’s Hospital, where Trevor was staying. While he was at BC Children’s, Tre-
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Trevor Thornley sits with his mom Colleen. Colleen donated her kidney to son Trevor. vor celebrated his 18th birthday. “It was the best birthday present he could have had. The operation was a success and we are both doing super well,” said Thornley, adding that her son has been so strong his whole life. “He is incredible. He never complains,” she said. Trevor was released from hospital on Saturday, but is staying with his
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camp for kids with the same disease, called Camp for Kidney Kids at Zajac Ranch. The eight-day camp, partly supported by The Vancouver Sun Children’s Fund, has existed for seven years, going from seven kids in the first year to 54 kids last summer. It takes youth from across the spectrum of kidney disease—those in the early stages, those in dialysis, and those who have had transplants. It allows the kids to be with others who fully understand the issues they deal with daily. “[It was] a lot of fun, a lot of activities, friendly people,” said Thornley, who was on dialysis at the camp last summer. “There seems to always be something special for evening time. One time we had a talent show. Another time we had a dance.” Trevor hopes one day to be an actor. For the talent show, he did a standup comedy sketch. Then he watched his dialysis nurse lip sync. Having a camp for kids with kidney disease is good. “It’s really good you get them all together,” he said. “Some of them would have a hard time [at a regular camp]. Here everyone has an illness, everyone is sick, no one is going to laugh at you or anything.” As clinical co-ordinator of the renal unit at BC Children’s Hospital, Lori Paille thought she knew the kids with kidney disease who regularly showed up in her unit. That is, until she started volunteering at the camp. There, Paille saw her patients climbing the ropes course, laughing with others in the talent show. “We see them in a totally different light,” she says. “You don’t realize that some of them have beautiful singing voices, for instance.”
Trevor Thornley is surrounded by visiting Vancouver Canucks Alex Burrows (left), Tanner Glass, Alexandre Bolduc, Jannik Hansen and Manny Malhotra. Thornley was on dialysis at the Camp for Kidney Kids last summer.
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Dismal completion rate big concern for McKay se the number isn’t.” The six-year completion rate measures the percentage of students who graduate with a he chair of the Chilliwack school board Dogwood diploma within six years of starting says something needs to change to Grade 8 in the same district. Chilliwack’s rate last year was 69 per cent, improve the district’s six-year completicompared to 79 per cent provincewide. on rate. The number of girls graduating on time in Nearly one third of the students who started Grade 8 in the Chilliwack school district six Chilliwack fell by one per cent to 69—more than 13 per cent below the provincial average years ago didn’t go on to graduate last year. And the number of aboriginal students gra- for girls. The number for boys, duating on time dropped to on the other hand, was up well below half. “Something needs to almost three per cent to 69. In her report on student change because the The most troubling shift achievement presented is a drop in the rate among at Tuesday’s school board number isn’t.” aboriginal students. meeting, superintendent Doug McKay In the three years previous, Corinne McCabe said that the percentage of aboriginal the district’s six-year comstudents graduating on time pletion rate, which has been stuck 10 per cent below the provincial average in Chilliwack was slightly above the provincial for the last 10 years, remained stagnant again average. Last year, however, the rate dropped by last year. “It’s something we as a district are putting almost six per cent to 45—five per cent below lots of effort into finding ways to improve,” she the provincial average. Completion rates are a complex problem said. Board chair Doug McKay, however, focused generally, according to McCabe. “We have to be very careful that we don’t on the bottom line. “I’ve been sitting at this table for five years point a finger at any one place when we look now,” he said after the report, “and for five at high school completion rates because there years our graduation rate hasn’t changed. For are a thousand reasons why kids don’t complefive years I’ve heard from different superinten- te high school,” she said. Although completion rates have yet to dents and different assistant superintendents of all the things that we are doing to help us improve as a result, the district has made gains move forward, and we’re not. I’m not hypothe- in a range of student achievement indicators sizing. I’m just telling you what the numbers See SCHOOL, Page 28 tell me. . . . Something needs to change becau-
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Local CIBC branch manager Michael Regan and his staff celebrated CIBC’s 100th anniversary of serving Chilliwack clients with an Open House. Guests at the downtown Chilliwack branch enjoyed cake and refreshments, browsed a display of historical photos and entered to win special door prizes. To further mark the occasion, CIBC also presented a $5,000 donation to Paci!c Riding for Developing Abilities. “We are absolutely delighted to receive this donation,” said Pat Fuller, Program Coordinator, Paci!c Riding for Developing Abilities. “As an organization we have been seeking sponsorship for each of our horses and CIBC’s generous contribution will cover the cost of board and lodging over the next year for ‘Lenny’, a 9-year-old Norwegian Fjord.
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“For 100 years we have been helping our Chilliwack clients meet their "nancial needs and achieve what matters to them,” said Regan.” It is wonderful to see so many long-standing clients with us this evening but I must give a special mention to Mr. Hans Larsen who, as a young baby in his father’s arms, had his "rst account opened for him in 1929. Additionally we have two clients with us this evening who "rst opened accounts at the Bank of Commerce in the early 1940’s bringing a combined total of 134 years of loyalty.” “At CIBC we recognize that each client is unique and strive to provide "nancial services and advice that re!ects the diverse needs of those we serve,” said Mike Stevenson, CIBC’s Senior Vice President of Retail Markets for Western Canada. “We are proud to celebrate the many relationships we’ve forged over the years in this community with our clients as we look forward to serving Chilliwack for many more years to come.”
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BRANCH HISTORY The Canadian Bank of Commerce "rst opened in Chilliwack on December 27, 1910. In 1948 the bank moved into a new building, a triangular shaped branch that still stands today at the apex of a lot bounded by Yale and Young Roads and Princess Ave. The branch was re-branded to CIBC in June 1961, when The Commerce and the Imperial Bank of Canada merged to form the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). As business grew, the branch needed to expand but it was con"ned within the triangular lot. A larger building, our current branch, was built down the street on Young Road and opened for business on August 17, 1981.
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More Consequences of the New Drinking and Driving Laws Two months into the new anti-drinkingand-driving ‘regime’ in British Columbia and the perhaps ‘unintended consequences’ continue to unfold. In midNovember, the B.C. Association of Chiefs of Police traffic-safety committee recalled 2,200 roadside breathalyzer devices. Reportedly, lab tests found that the devices’ Cedric Hughes margin of error meant they could generate a ‘warn’ reading for a blood alcohol content lower than the new .05 threshold.
Chilliwack man’s life-saving efforts earn hero’s honour
BY JACK KEATING The Province
hree Fraser Valley residents who saved the life of a friend and work colleague have been awarded a special Certificate of Commendation from the Governor General of Canada. Scott Melenchuk, 37, of Chilliwack, Andrea Kellner, 33, of Abbotsford and Kevin Douglas, 21, of Langley received the award for saving the life of Bobby Yanciw, 37, from a rock quarry near Peace River, Alta. on July 26, 2009. “I think it’s phenomenal,” said Herb Schmidt, PNR RailWorks Pacific Region manager, who nominated the trio for the award. “I was hoping they were going to be recognized for a very special deed.” The four, who all work for Abbotsfordbased PNR RailWorks, were on an assignment for CN Rail in Alberta and on a day off, went swimming in a nearby rock quarry when Yanciw went missing. “We were looking frantically and couldn’t find him,” said Melenchuk. “And I thought he was in there, so I just kept going.” Melenchuk dove to the bottom of the quarry six times. His persistence and tenacity paid off. “On the sixth dive when I reached the
bottom to push off to come back up for air, I felt something and it was Bobby’s hand,” said Melenchuk. “I grabbed him and brought him up with me.” Kellner and Douglas helped pull the lifeless body out of the water and up a steep embankment. “He had already turned colour, he was purple,” said Melenchuk, who estimates his friend was under the water anywhere from eight to 15 minutes. Melenchuk began performing CPR with the help of Douglas while Kellner called 911, giving accurate instructions for the paramedics. “I started performing CPR and I kept doing it until the paramedics showed up,” Melenchuk said. “I started to get shallow breathing.” Yanciw was airlifted to hospital in Edmonton where he was kept for more than a month. “His organs were shutting down and he had extreme damage to his lungs and they actually didn’t expect him to live,” said Schmidt. But Yanciw has had a virtual full recovery and in June was back working with the others. “He’s full of life again and a happy guy,” said Douglas.
The above-noted lawyers also allege that while impaired driving charges are being laid where a serious crash has resulted or where the Barrister & Solicitor driver has an impaired driving record, “if you blow ‘fail,’ that’s it. ...People suspected of being impaired are not being taken to the police station for a breathalyzer and charged criminally.” This amounts, they say, to extremely severe penalties for drivers who are only slightly over the limit but a “huge break’ for drivers who are drunk. The reported RCMP response: Drivers who display “gross symptoms of impairment” are still being arrested and breathalyzed. A disturbing side bar to the allegation that only injured or injuring “drunk drivers” are now being charged criminally is a recently published study in the B.C. Medical Journal showing that because of the legal difficulties inherent in police attempting to collect blood alcohol evidence from injured impaired drivers, “only seven to 11 per cent of them are eventually convicted of impaired driving.”
More recently, a number of Vancouver criminal lawyers observed, and Crown Counsel has confirmed, that since September 20th, the number of impaired driving charges has dropped by up to 90 per cent. They said that the new laws have effectively decriminalized impaired driving, and made an administrative process out of (what was) a criminal process and thereby rid impaired drivers of the stigma of a criminal record.
The medical study also reported that nearly one third of the impaired drivers involved in BC crashes from 1999 to 2003, after having killed or maimed, went on to do so again.
These critics of the new ‘process’ also said that while the burden on the court system has been reduced, the government is “sidestepping the real issue of court backlogs-a shortage of judges and
These unfoldings aside, Andrew Murie of MADD Canada supports the new regime, commenting that immediate sanctions at the roadside are much more effective in deterring drunk driving than criminal charges.
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Andrea Kellner, Kevin Douglas and Scott Melenchuk (left to right) will receive Certificates of Commendation from the Governor General after the three workers from PNR RailWorks saved their friend and co-worker, Bobby Yanciw, from drowning in a rock quarry.
The recall, which has been completed, involved re-adjusting the devices from .05 to .06 “out of an abundance of caution,” given the “greater emphasis put on the evidence they produce....” Those who may have been wrongly caught by this too wide margin of error may have little recourse. Eric Gottardi, chairman of the Vancouver criminal-justice subsection of the Canadian Bar Association recommended that despite the seven day time limit for appeals, motorists who believe they may have been wrongly suspended should ask the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles for a retroactive appeal, citing the device recall.
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Left behind a web of lies and deception
ALLGOOD, from page 1
Fooled everyone The man known in Chilliwack as Trevor made many connections and made many small inroads in the community. At one time, he worked at Sto:lo Nation indirectly under the oversight of now-mayor of Mission James Atebe. Before Steven and Gwen Point were the Lieutenant Governor and Chatelaine of British Columbia, Allgood worked with Gwen and others on powwows. Through Sto:lo Nation, Allgood worked with ICBC road safety co-ordinator and retired RCMP officer Mike Weightman making a road safety DVD and on powwow sponsorship. But after years of living a lie in Chilliwack, teetering on the brink of as normal a life as possible, Allgood is now in custody facing charges that will put him away for a very long time if he is found guilty. More questions than answers Back in 1983, Allgood was a former Navy cook in Baltimore when he tied up a 71-year-old man in his own home and beat him to death with a shovel. The victim was referred to as Allgood’s godfather, someone who had sheltered him and his mother when he was a teenager, according to Baltimore Sun crime reporter Peter Hermann. In October 1984, Allgood pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 20 years. “This was a very brutal beating that resulted in the death of an elderly gentleman who lived by himself,” Warren Brown, the state attorney who put Allgood behind bars, told the CBC in January of this year. But that conviction would be overturned three years later in a precedent-setting case, according to Hermann. “His conviction was overturned, with his attorneys saying that a statement made as part of a plea bargain was used against him at trial after the state’s offer was withdrawn,” Hermann wrote on his blog on Jan. 13. Allgood again pleaded guilty and received 30 years in prison, according to Hermann, and it was unclear when he was released. It was reported Allgood was 23 at the time of the murder, but according to Saskatchewan police, George Mitchell Allgood was born Feb. 24, 1964 meaning he was either 18 or 19 when he killed in 1983. And many other questions from this period remain: How long did he spend in jail? Who is Reno Trevor Hogg? How did Allgood get or create this identity? And how exactly did he get into Canada? That’s a question many people have, including the man that put him away the first time.
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George Allgood (right) was known as Reno Trevor Hogg when he was in Chilliwack. Here Allgood interviews rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot for Valley Television.
example, his boss said she never had a real, real great feeling to begin with. He seemed like a shyster. I won’t pretend to have 20/20 hindsight; I never thought of him as violent. But it seemed like he was always on the make.” Allgood’s boss a couple of levels up was James Atebe, now the mayor of Mission. When told of Allgood’s fake A different story for everyone Wayne first met Allgood in 2000 in identity, his U.S. murder conviction Chilliwack. Wayne was new to the and his current criminal charges, community and met him at a 12- Atebe was at a loss for words “I’m shocked,” he told the Times. step program. Allgood made a connection with “I’m shocked.” Trevor, as he was known, often told Wayne and maybe saw in him different people the possibility of d i f f e re n t t h i n g s redemption; what about himself. He it could be like to “I won’t pretend to have a normal life. have 20/20 hindsight; told Wayne that he had native blood “ He s a w w h a t I never thought of and that he did I did with my life sweatlodges. But and had a family him as violent. But it the staff member at and was doing my seemed like he was Sto:lo Nation told business and kept on the straight-andalways on the make.” the Times she never heard that. n a r r ow,” Wa y n e “He was doing it said. “I think he Sto:lo Nation employee because he wanted respected that.” to feel he had The two became friends, and Allgood had made an roots and had to get his story right,” Wayne said. inroad in the community. Through his connections at Sto: A year or so after they met was when Allgood started working at lo Nation, Allgood got involved Sto:lo Nation. He got an entry-level in powwows. Wayne said he saw job as an income security reform funding proposal, Allgood had facilitator, according to a current written and was amazed how well it staff member, who spoke to the was done, given his past. Allgood was involved in powwow Times on condition of anonymity. He worked with social assistance organization with Gwen Point who clients developing work skills. With at that time worked at Sto:lo Nation. a fake identity, as Reno Trevor Hogg, Wayne said that Allgood claimed he a criminal record check would have had even had dinner at the home of Steven and Gwen Point. found nothing. While the Sto:lo Nation employee Gwen could not be reached by did say a lot of people thought the Times and a spokesperson for Allgood was “genuine,” a lot were the lieutenant-governor’s office said suspicious too. he did not want her to comment “I will say we are all stunned and because he did not want the story distressed, but I do know that, for connected to the L-G’s office. “You know, it just depends on how porous those borders are, quite frankly,” Brown told the CBC in January. “It would seem to me, however, one sovereignty would be reluctant to allow someone with a murder conviction to set up residency.”
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Former Skowkale chief Mark Point, Steven’s brother, said he didn’t remember Allgood at all. Sto:lo Nation president Joe Hall said he didn’t remember him either, none of which is surprising since Allgood w a s a n e n t r y- l e v e l e m p l oye e, according to sources. One connection he did make through his work at Sto:lo Nation was with Susan Reinhardt, who was an employee of Xyolhemeylh Child and Family Services. The two would eventually have a child together, “a beautiful little boy,” according to the Sto:lo Nation employee. Wayne said he met Reinhardt one time when she came by his house with the boy. He said on another occasion Allgood brought the boy over and they went swimming in his pool. Looking back at all the lies Wayne now realizes he was faced with, Allgood and his son having fun in the pool was one truly genuine moment. “He was happy,” Wayne said.
Things begin to unravel In the early 2000s, Wayne ran an online television station called Valley Television, and Allgood always wanted to be involved. In particular, Allgood wanted to be a host, so Wayne created a show for him called Urban Beat. In the first and only episode, Allgood interviewed U.S. rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot who was performing at the old Area 51 nightclub, now Industry. “He always wanted to do what I did,” Wayne said. So Wayne let Allgood shoot video for him on jobs and get involved in his business, if only in small and unpaid ways. In the years leading up to 2006, Allgood lived a lie in Chilliwack getting to know more and more people, telling more and more stories, but creating a bit of a new history that was real. All the while he was employed at Sto:lo Nation at a job that would not last. His “behaviour” was being documented by his boss to ensure when he was eventually fired he wouldn’t claim wrongful dismissal. George Mitchell Allgood lived in Chilliwack as Reno Trevor Hogg and would increasingly push the envelope in his life with a fictitious identity. But things would start to unravel ◗ Check out Tuesday’s Times for part two of Deadly Secret where we see how George Allgood, living in Chilliwack as Reno Trevor Hogg, tried to join the Freemasons, lied to people about who his brother was and how in recent court appearances he has claimed to be a persecuted Muslim.
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ou’ve got to have money to make money. The latest study came out recently saying that the rich are getting richer, and getting richer faster, than they ever have before in Canadian history. And why shouldn’t they? The rich are not like you and me. They live in a special place where they are shielded from the cares and woes of the modern world. For a normal person, bankruptcy and crushing levels of debt are a problem. To a rich person, they are an inconvenience. Donald Trump has seen several of his businesses go bankrupt. He once personally owed about $900 million of debt, enough to buy yourself a small central Asian dictatorship. Is he currently living in a used fifthwheel in New Jersey, eating government cheese? Of course not. Like a car company, he has become too big to fail. His companies rebuilt, his debts slowly paid off, and at more generous terms than you or I will get if we fall behind in the rent or mortgage. No matter how far a really rich person falls, they never quite fall back down to being “normal.” Jailbirds Martha Stewart and Conrad Black are not going to be bagging groceries to make ends meet. Your average ex-con doesn’t have book deals and wealthy friends to fall back on. It is possible to become rich. You need to work hard, usually, and
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speeding, running through a red light or stop sign, showing absolutely no respect for anyone else on the road. That’s the person I want off the road. Punish him to the max. My opinion was totally misconstrued by the editor and Edith Wallace. Keith Nerbas Chilliwack
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Editor: Re: The letter I sent into your newspaper (Dec. 7) and the response by Edith Wallace (Dec. 10), who after reading my letter, which was “edited,” leaving out the point I was trying to put out to the driving public, totally made me look like I condoned and promoted drunk driving. My original article was just the opposite. My point was that I want to see stiffer penalties for drunk driving. I was questioning the allowable amount of alcohol one could consume and/or distinquishing what is the limit of being impaired. A responsible person having a drink or two should not have to be subjected to the stiff new laws and fines that are being imposed on one driving at .05 or .08, but severe punishment to those driving irresponsible and drunk. Edith delivered a scathing attack on me personally, that I would drive impaired with children in the car, and that I was a staggering, drunken idiot and possibly an alcoholic, drinking a half a bottle of vodka at 8 a.m. before driving the children to school, staggering and tripping over the white line as I walked around the car to open the door. Edith, you must have an anger problem and a vivid imagination of the average John Q. Public—and especially me. Maybe you should think about our law enforcement officers, lawyers and judges, and corporate executives who, by the way, do stop off at a bar after work or go out for dinner and enjoy a drink or two, I’m sure they would drive home in a proper manner as well as any other responsible citizen. I was thinking about the holiday season coming up and responsible people
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he University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) received a $10 million boost from the provincial government on Thursday to expand and renovate at Canada Education Park in Chilliwack. Chilliwack MLA John Les and ChilliwackHope MLA Barry Penner were at the UFV Trades and Technology Centre along with UFV executives, faculty, staff and students to announce the funds from the Ministry of Science and Universities. “This is part of an overall commitment that we made back in 2003 when the university acquired the 85 acres,” Les told the Times after the announcement. “The existing campus was to be completely moved over to the new campus here in Canada Education Park so we made several investments.” The $10 million will go towards the $40million campus development project expected to be completed by fall 2011. The classrooms in the new building should be ready for occupancy midway through the 2011/2012 school year, Les said.
“This is another building block in the educational foundation for our community and the Fraser Valley,” Penner said. “It’s good to see. This isn’t just for Chilliwack. This will be a regional centre; a provincial resource.” The project will be built to LEED Gold certification and follow the Wood First initiative, according to the ministry. The project includes construction of a multi-purpose building, an aboriginal gathering place, along with renovations to the existing engineering building that was originally part of the Chilliwack Canadian Forces Base. In 2009, the site received $7.2 million in joint federal/provincial infrastructure funding for roads, water and sewer—work that is nearly complete. The new multi-purpose building will be up to 14,000 square metres, and will include wet and dry laboratories, classrooms and study space. Health sciences programs, currently offered at the old North Chilliwack campus, will be transferred to the new space when it is complete. The new building will also house the teacher education program, and expanded Aboriginal access services and programs.
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He started in Germany in 1969 when he was posted there as a chef with the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps. A Santa scheduled to appear before 800 service-family kids was incapacitated, and Stanley stepped in. “The children just eased me into,” he said. “They did the work. They were just a full Christmas dinner, complete with gifts absolutely marvelous.” It’s the kids that have kept him at it every for the kids, every year. Santa Claus is important to Stanley year since. Over the years he has played the jolly because of the magic he brings to children’s old elf from Germany to Vancouver Island lives, so the most difficult Christmas wish he has ever had to field and from Calgary, Alta. to was from a youngster on Beausejour, Man. his knee who wanted him He has ridden on to bring a parent back to countless parade floats and Santas don’t put an life. arrived in helicopters, on effort into it. I pride Stanley was near tears. the backs of trucks, on a myself in that.” He understands that kind skidoo and with a team of of loss. His own daughter, horses. Jack Stanley 36, died suddenly last year “The more places I went, of heart failure. the more people started “He cannot bring back a asking for me,” he said. The secret of his success is that he puts loved one that’s passed away,” he said of his his whole heart into his interactions with magical alter ego. “If he could, my daughter would be here with me today.” kids. Despite the limitations of the man in red, The toughest crowd is the nine-month to two-year-old set, he says, but he makes it a however, Stanley says he still believes in personal challenge to get everyone smiling him and always will. “It’s a wonderful feeling to give to the when they sit on his knee or give him a hug. “Some of the mall Santas don’t put an children and still be a child at heart,” he effort into,” he said. “I pride myself in that.” said. “I’ll never grow up.” While many of Stanley’s Santa gigs like Dickens and the Remax Toy Drive are now paid, all the money he and his wife (Mrs. Claus a.k.a. Bev) take in—somewhere ◗ Santa will be in his big chair at Dickens between $1,200 and $2,000 a year—goes Sweets (45945 Alexander Ave.) ever y into buying four or five low-income families afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m. until Dec. 22.
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CHILLIWACK TIMES FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2010 A17
Faith Today BY HUGO REIMER Sardis Community Church
hat if. . . . Those two simple words broach a plethora of possibilities and entice us with dazzling array of options. What if the RRSP or pension fund actually earned interest? What if the Haitian people could find some relief from all the hardships they are being bombarded with? What if Santa was real? “What if” spans the spectrum of imagining and dreaming about the possible, on the one end, to the improbable on the other end— what if the report card had straight “A’s” (possible) to what if there were no more wars, and greed and self-interest were put on the back
What if . . .
shelf—improbable or is it?. What if, in spite of all apparent evidence to the contrary, we nonetheless loved, and gave voice to the voiceless, and listened and forgave, and poured out grace? “What if” can also be the precursor to regrets, which quickly accumulate like sand in the desert. What if I had invested in land in Whistler in 1978; what if I had stayed with my husband or wife; what if I had spent more time with my children when they were younger; what if I had loved extravagantly?
What if this time I did not explode in rage at the confrontation, and instead of avoiding the conversation, I engaged in honest dialogue? The song “One of us” asks some sobering questions that may surface more at this time of year. I quote parts of it: “If God had a name what would it be? And would you call it to his face? If you were faced with him in all his glory what would you ask if you had just one question? Yeah, Yeah, God is great. Yeah, Yeah, God is good. What if God was one of us?” This time of year, perhaps, we
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are more attuned to and tuned into the feast of longing, a longing for deeper connections, and a longing for purpose. As Jo Robinson observes: “People ask Christmas to do too many things, which can lead to false expectations. At Christmas people want to reach down inside themselves and come up with feelings that are better, bigger, more joyful, more loving, and more lasting than their everyday ones.” The heightened expectations accentuate broken family ties, surface inner turmoil, and make us aware of loneliness. We may resonate with comedian Lewis Black, who admits that being alone at Christmas “pounds relentlessly on my psyche.” Heightened expectations can be constructive or destructive. Constructive if it leads us to explore and
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Divine Services 10:30 am Sunday 8:00 pm Wednesday Rev. George Gajsek 604-858-7882
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CHILLIWACK COMMUNITY CHURCH
Following Jesus. Loving People.
Sundays 10:00am 46420 Brooks Ave
St. John’s Communion Services
Sunday 9:30am & 11:15am Wednesday 9:00am & 7:00pm
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seek lasting solutions; destructive, if we opt to go to our default and numb the pain, escape and avoid asking the deep questions. Just before Christmas in 1978 I reached the unassailable conclusion that, indeed, all we are is dust in the wind, and embraced the truth that God does love me and that I matter, that God is with us and for us. What if reboots to new operating system of the soul are possible? What if, this year you had that heart to heart with your son, daughter, mom, dad, friend and attempt to mend some bridges? What if, you carved some space and time to ponder the possibility that God is with us and one of us? What if God really does love us? ◗ Hugo Reimer is pastor at Sardis Community Church. Feedback welcome at email@example.com.
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Are you seeking a deeper and richer experience of the Lord Jesus? Sundays 10:30am & 6:30pm CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 617 McKenzie Rd. (South of Vye Rd.) Abbotsford 604-852-4564
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“Connecting People to Passionately pursue Jesus Christ”
CATHOLIC CHURCH St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church 8909 Mary St, Chilliwack
Children’s program offered during the service 604-792-8181• www.chog.ca
Services at Promontory Elementary 46200 Stoneview Drive Phone 604-824-6844
50850 Yale Rd, Sundays 11am.
NEW LOCATION 45305 Watson Road Watson All Are Welcome For info call Pastor Norm Miller 1-778-823-4041
Children’s programs offered during both services.
Where His Word brings new life and hymns soothe the soul
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46024 Riverside Drive Sunday Service 9:30am & 6pm Pastor B. Elshout 604-794-3501
Song worship every Sunday at 7:45 www.chilliwackhrc.com Sermon Library available on line sermonaudio.com/chilliwackhrc
St.Marys Elemetary School K-Gr7 (604.792.7715)
“Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.” Psalms: 119:105
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Pastor Randy Hoxie SERVICES Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worship 11:00 am Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed. Service 6:30 pm
Country Warmth in Chilliwack 46048 Gore Avenue (First Ave at Young Street) 604-792-8521 www.stthomaschilliwack.com Sunday Services 8:00am and 10:15am
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You win some, you lose some. That cliché has never been truer than with the Chilliwack Bruins. After kicking off their Alberta road trip with back-to-back wins last weekend in Lethbridge and Medicine Hat, the Bruins lost Tuesday in Calgary and Wednesday in Red Deer. The up-and-down road trip is a microcosm of a season that, nearly halfway through, has been notable only for its unpredictability. The Bruins have not won three games in a row all season. They’ve only dropped three straight once, back in early November. You won’t find a pattern in this week’s losses, except for an inability to score. Lucas Gore stopped 54 Red Deer Rebel shots Wednesday and it still wasn’t enough as the Bruins could only muster a single goal—and Steven Hodges’ marker came with just nine seconds left in the game. After sitting on the bench for two straight starts by Braden Gamble, Gore perhaps had something to prove. Unfortunately, his effort was wasted as the Bruins offence sputtered and failed to capitalize on five power play opportunities, as they fell 3-1 to the Rebels. One reason may be a loss of personnel. While Ryan Howse drew back into the lineup on Tuesday, Roman Horak and Robin Soudek were missing in action, having embarked on their own World Junior adventure. That, combined with the ongoing absence of power play quarterback Brandon Manning, who is out with a groin injury, did no favours
to the Bruins’ sputtering man advantage. The power play remains in top spot in the Western Hockey League despite connecting on just two of its last 16 opportunities. While the results have been erratic, the Bruins have shown an increasing talent for keeping pucks out of their own goal. In the last seven games, the Bruins have allowed just 19 goals. Unfortunately the offence has also been slowly drying up. The Bruins grabbed an early 2-0 lead Tuesday against the Calgary Hitmen, before falling 3-2. Brandon Magee scored his sixth of the year five minutes into the game and Jamie Crooks scored on the power play 6:29 into the second to give the Bruins a solid shot at their third straight win. But the Bruins let the Hitmen, who sit dead last in the entire Western Hockey League, back into the game when Tyler Stahl was sent to the penalty box for checking from behind a minute and a half later. The Hitmen capitalized on the ensuing power play, and then tied the game three minutes later. A second power play goal in the third period by Jimmy Bubnick proved to be the eventual winner. “Their power play is dynamite,” said Calgary head coach Mike Williamson. “They’ve got a lot of good looks, we got some great goaltending, and I thought our guys did a better job as the game went on of closing some things up. Then our power play came through for us.” ◗ The Bruins finish up their road trip Friday night in Edmonton against the Oil Kings. They then break for Christmas before resuming play Dec. 28 and 29 in Prince George.
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A20 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2010 CHILLIWACK TIMES
These Flames flicker higher
Unity Christian high school Grade 12 hoops veterans Curtis Vermeer, Michael Haan, Keith Vugteveen, Robert Van Ryk.
BY CORNELIA NAYLOR firstname.lastname@example.org
hey’re big and they’re back. The Unity Christian high school senior boys basketball team are back in action and look to take advantage of their size and experience this season. With four returning starters and a starting five that average about six-footfour-inches, the single A Flames are well positioned to achieve this year’s team goals: win the Fraser Valley Championships and finish top four at the provincials. They’re off to a good start. Already ranked fourth in
the province, Unity took second at the Agassiz Chieftains Classic tournament this past weekend, beating Maple Ridge 59-47 and Westview 66-46 before going down to Regent Christian 70-55. Nathan Vugteveen and Michael Haan earned tournament all-star honours. The Flames opened their regular season Monday night with a 59-43 win over ninth-ranked Maple Ridge Christian. They’ve come a long way since coach Mike Campbell came to the school three years ago. “We hardly had enough See FLAMES, Page 21
Christmas Schedule St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. Thomas Anglican Church
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8700 Young Rd. Chilliwack (604) 792-0051
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December 19th 10:30 am Celebration Service The Angels of Christmas “Go see Jesus!” Message by Leon Throness
8871 School St., Chilliwack 604-792-9577
December 24th 5:00 pm & 6:30 pm Carols by Candlelight
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service Friday, December 24 7:00pm Christmas Day Service Saturday, December 25 11:00am
4:00pm Children’s Christmas Service 7:00pm Family Christmas Eve 11:00pm Midnight Christmas Eve
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Sports FLAMES, from page 20 guys for a basketball team,” he said. “We had to beg kids to play. That year we only won 4 games.” In both of their two provincial appearances since then, Unity finished eighth—a pattern they intend to break this season. As the only single A boys team within a 45-minute drive, though, finding competition is a challenge, so Campbell has his boys locked into a rigorous tournament schedule that will allow them to test their mettle against most of the top single A teams in the province before the provincials in March. T h e t e a m’s s t r e n g t h s , according to Campbell, are size and versatility. “It’s not uncommon for our tallest post, Michael Haan to bring the ball up the court or for our 6-foot-4-inch Grade 11 guard, Nathan Vugteveen to post up,” he said. “It’s fun to create an offence where
Triplets up next
all the players can fill all the positions. It should give teams headaches come February and March.” Opponents will also need to keep a close eye on their checks’ numbers since the Flames’ arsenal includes a set of Grade 11 triplets: Jason, Mark and Eric Van Wyk. After three years of building, Campbell looks to the 201011 season to provide a fitting finish for this year’s Grade 12s who have stuck with the program through rough beginnings. “Our three posts that start the game, our ‘triple towers,’ Curt Vemeer, Keith Vugteveen, and Michael Haan all went through a tough year in Grade 10 . . . and look to finish their high school careers on a magical run.”
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hilliwack Bruins’ sniper Ryan Howse’s World Junior dream is over. Howse was among the first nine players cut during the selection camp for this winter’s World Junior Championships. Howse scored a goal in the final intra-squad scrimmage game. But it wasn’t enough to make a team that has been described as a “lunch-bucket” squad. “Going back to my club team today Ryan kind of sucks and it’s a tough feeling, a tough pill to swallow,” said Howse Howse on Tuesday. “But I know they’re going to pick a good team and be a good team and judging from the players they got here they got a good shot at winning gold this year. It
was good to be a part of it for sure.” Howse was hardly the only big-name junior star cut. Brendan Gallagher, the Vancouver Giants’ leading scorer, also failed to make the team. Kamloops Blazer star Brendan Ranford, the Western Hockey League’s leading scorer, wasn’t even invited. As Howse returned from one junior camp, his linemates, Robin Soudek and Roman Horak, left for another. Soudek and Horak, who grew up in the same town, left to take part in the Czech Republic’s World Junior selection camp. The World Junior Championship kicks off on Boxing Day in Buffalo, N.Y.
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Dyck keeps piling up points Darnell Dyck, the former Chilliwack Chief stickboy now playing with the Langley Chiefs, continues to put up good numbers for his dream team. Dyck, 19, has eight goals and 34 points through 37 games for the Chiefs, who sit second in the British Columbia Hockey League’s coastal division.
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Shoppers Drug Mart, Southgate Plaza, downtown Chilliwack, would like to thank the sponsors and the public for their generous support of the Tree of Life campaign. Many thanks to Hofstede’s Country Barn: Richard Procee, owner and Art Cerne, manager for the donation of over 400 lbs of apples. The fund is going directly towards neonatal education program at Chilliwack General Hospital.
Neigum on the move again Former Chilliwack Bruin Shayne Neigum is on the move again. Faced with the decision to part ways with one of their 20year-olds, the Bruins cut Shayne Neigum loose Neigum earlier this year. He was picked up by the Kamloops Blazers, but now has been traded, as part of a package, to the Regina Pats for Tomas Frazee. Neigum scored one goal, two assists and racked up 69 penalty minutes over 23
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Sports Hoops camps TransCanada hosts Christmas Basketball Camps over the holiday season. A high school camp for boys in Grades 9 to 12 takes place Dec. 30 and 31 from 3 to 6 p.m. at Unity Christian school and is coached by Tyrell Mara and other Trinity Western Spartans. Cost is $40. An elementary school camp for boys and girls in Grades 4 to 7 takes place Dec. 29 to 31 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Unity Christian. Cost is $50 for the camp, coached by Jeremy Cockrill and G.W. Graham all-star point guard Lucas Mannes.
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CFC academy Chilliwack FC’s development academy kicked off on Dec. 9 but registration is still open. The program is open to all club players from
U12 to U16 who are keen to improve their own skill level. Players will work with CFC staff coaches under the guidance of CFC Head Coach Glenn Wilson. The focus will be on individual skill development. Training will take place on alternating Thursdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The CFC Office will be open until 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 16 for Development Academy registration.
Kayak lessons Want to learn to kayak? Register now for the Chilliwack Centre of Excellence’s January or February lessons in the warm waters of Cheam Leisure Centre and be ready to paddle once the
weather is warmer. Youth kayak lessons take place Sundays from Jan. 9 to 30 from 8:45 to 10 a.m. and cost $80 for the first child and $70 for each additional family member. Adult lessons run the same days, from 8 to 9 a.m. and cost $125. Students will learn basic boat control, safety precautions to consider when kayaking, and self rescue techniques in a life guard supervised environment. The CCE will provide boat, paddle, spraydeck, and instruction. Register at www. chilliwackcentreofexcellence.sportical.com.
special mentorship program. The program hopes to use the skill and knowledge of experienced coaches to help out less experienced coaches. For more information visit cmha.goalline.ca.
Chilliwack Minor Hockey hosts a pilot project for a
Players are sought for senior men’s 60-plus soc-
cer at the Cheam Centre. Women older than 55 are also welcome. Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 2 p.m. $40 for a season ($2/game) or drop-in for $4. Call Ken Botterill at 604-8195033 or 604-794-3265.
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. To register, contact Josh Schaper at 604-997-4546 or at josh@ glihl.com.
The Blue Corner Boxing Club has moved to Yarrow elementary school. The club trains Mondays and Thursdays at 6 p.m. Anyone aged 12 and older is invited to come train. For more information visit www.bluecornerboxing.ca. ◗ Got a sports event we should know about? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“stepson” into his home to help him turn his life around. Crook said that on Sunday, the roommate signs of another altercation, but no trace of asked Planje to drive him to Langley. Planje, Planje. The 44-year-old roommate is back in who was scheduled to be the greeter at his church that morning, told the roommate to police custody and being questioned. He wait until the afternoon. But when Planje had not been charged as of press time returned home, he was welcomed by a fly- Thursday, but police are calling him “a person of interest.” ing bag of rice. The RCMP’s Integrated Homicide InvestiUnable to enter his home, Planje called Crook and, at her insistence, the RCMP, gation Team has taken over the case, even which sent officers to the mobile home though Mounties won’t say for sure that park. They told the roommate to stay in his Planje is dead. “We have arrested one person and we’re room. Instead, and while Mounties were still at the home, the man took meat from in the process of speaking to that individual the freezer and threw it in the toilet. He was but there have been no charges laid at this point,” IHIT spokesperarrested, taken to jail and son Cpl. Dale Carr told had his keys to the home “They [his dogs] were the the Times. “We’re talking taken away. to this individual to see Planje was scared that world to him. There’s no what the circumstances night as he sipped coffee way he would ever leave are and whether or not with Crook, a long-time we are dealing with a friend to whom he had them for more than 20 homicide or something just given a ring earlier minutes.” else.” that week to commemoJim Rogers, a friend for rate their friendship. Colleen Crook 18 years, is still holding “He was really worried out hope for Planje, who about going back to the house,” Crook told the Times. “I asked him he described as “kind to a fault.” “He never turned anybody away.” why. He says, ‘I’m not sure if they really took Crook, however, is sure that her friend is him to jail, if they’re going to release him, or dead. She said Planje was dedicated to his what.’ “I said, ‘Well go back, get your dogs, come two poodles, whom he had rescued from a back if you want.’ And I never heard from Surrey puppy mill. “They were the world to him. There’s no him since. I tried to phone him on Monday morning, like I do every morning at 8:30 . . . way he would ever leave them for more than 20 minutes.” and it was ringing busy. By Thursday, the focus of the investiga“Right from then, I knew something was tion had shifted to the Fraser River near wrong.” The roommate was released. And when Ballam Road, where Mounties were reportMounties visited the mobile home Mon- edly scouring the bottom of the river for day morning to check on Planje, they found evidence.
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Study not big on rail BY PAUL J. HENDERSON email@example.com
he provincial government finally released the results of the much-anticipated Fraser Valley Transit Study (FVTS) on Thursday, and commuter rail on the old inter-urban line doesn’t fare too well. “An inter-urban commuter rail service would cost about $70 million, which costs significantly more than the other transit options available,” the study finds. The FVTS analyzed how people travel in the communities of Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, Kent, Mission and Harrison Hot Springs and throughout the region. The study was initiated by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure in November 2008, and was slated for completion November 2009. Municipalities expected to have the study by February of this year, but the provincial government said it was conducting an internal review before releasing the information. The province completed the study in partnership with the Fraser Valley Regional District, BC Transit and TransLink. The study includes input from local governments, community
Long-awaited transit study reveals user numbers low
and regional stakeholders, as well as the public. The results found, among other things: each day 800,000 trips are made using different modes of transportation in the region; of all daily trips just one per cent (8,000) are on transit; and 87 per cent of daily trips that start in Chilliwack, remain in Chilliwack. “The extensive internal travel for Fraser Valley communities is reflective of a ‘complete community,’ and is unique for communities at the fringe of a large urban centre. Because of the projected growth patterns, this is not expected to change,” the report states. Funding for transit is also an issue with regards to large investments. Chilliwack spends $9 in property tax per capita, considerably lower than other mid-size communities in B.C. and significantly lower than other large municipalities in Canada. Prince George residents pay $25 per capita, Kelowna $26, Victoria $40, Oakville, Ontario residents pay $43 per capita, York Region $73 and Guelph $78.
The study estimates a potential ridership of 15 million passengers by 2030. To achieve this, service hours would need to reach 420,000 hours annually and services must be enhanced. Since 2001, ridership has increased by 62 per cent to 2.7 million from 1.7 million. Current annual funding for transit in the Fraser Valley is $10 million. The province provides 47 per cent of funding. Fares and property taxes contribute the rest.
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over the last five years, according to McCabe’s report. Many that allow for pro- le community and will take vincial comparisons, howe- time. ver, like the Foundation Skills In an interview with the Assessment (FSA) for Grade 7 Times, she pointed to the and Grade 10 English marks, Revelstoke school district, indicate Chilliwack students which achieved the highare still below provincial ave- est six-year completion rate rages. in the province last year at Trustee Heather almost 98 per cent. Maahs raised conTheir rate was also cerns about the significantly below effectiveness of curthe provincial averent programs. rage until they put a “At what point do EB IRST long-range plan into we decide that the First reported on place 12 years ago to initiatives that we’re chilliwacktimes.com improve it. using are not worSimilar work is king and we change course?” going on in the Chilliwack she asked. school district, according to Throughout her report McCabe. however, McCabe stressed “I’ve been at this for 36 improving the district’s stu- years,” she said. “I know it dent achievement and espe- takes time to turn structures cially its six-year completion around so that they’re more rate is the work of the who- supportive of kids.”
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hat some people create in their garages and basements can be amazing. Up a quiet crescent on Promontory, tucked in a garage among the suburban jungle, Jeff Maron meticulously and artistically builds hunting and fishing knives with a stunning precision and beauty. Starting with high-quality steel, exotic woods and handstitched leather, Maron puts his heart, soul and quite literally his sweat into each knife. That’s because every stage, including making bevels in the tempered steel blades, is done by hand. “I think of people maybe 100
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Jeff Maron’s handmade knives are works of art years ago back with a file,” Maron said during an interview in his workshop. “Most knife-makers use a grinder to make bevels. I do all of them by hand. It takes a little more time, a lot of perspiration and effort.” To say he enjoys a challenge would be an understatement given the precision and attention to detail required to make these
knives. (He said he made his own telescope once and that it works quite well.) “I used to do taxidermy, but it’s so messy,” he added. “With this it’s just dust.” The knife-building process is a long one starting with the steel, which he cuts into lengths and into the rough form of a blade.
He then uses a furnace to heat it up to 1,000 degrees C and then “quenches” the metal between aluminum plates. There is a long process of heating and cooling to get the metal to the correct level of hardness. Once his blades are formed he makes handles using spalted horse chestnut, camphor burls, 100year-old holly and other woods.
His favourite is black palm. He also makes leather-wrapped, stitched handles and does custom jobs. “I made a leather-wrapped handle for a local guy,” he said. He had a bow and quiver and he wanted it to match.” Everything with Maron is self-taught, but his schooling in geology has helped him with the science. But his motivation is his late father. He has a photo of his father over his workbench holding up the head of a huge buck. He also has his father’s image tattooed on his forearm as a living tribute. Also because of his father, he donates $25 from each knife See MARON, Page 31
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he Harrison Festival Society celebrates the opening of the newly renovated Memorial Hall with four concerts between Jan. 22 and March 11. The Festival Society is excited about the work that has been done in this community facility. With a fresh look, a forced air heating system and new washrooms, the renovated hall will make for a much nicer concert experience. The Festival Society is known for presenting a wide range of musical styles in concerts that are intimate and affordable and this is no more evident than with the first four shows of 2011: Blues, merengue from the Dominican Republic, Celtic/Latin Stomp and Ottawa Valley fiddle and step dancing. First up is the Russell Jackson Blues Band on Jan. 22. Born in Memphis and having moved to Canada in 1990, awardwinning bluesman Russell Jackson is a highly regarded bandleader and bass player who played with the B.B. King Orchestra for over seven years. Then it’s Joaquin Diaz on Feb. 12. Diaz’s enthusiasmonstageistotallyirresistible— his light-fingered accordion playing and infectious vocals drenched in Latin soul make this Caribbean maestro and his band the best of the new generation of traditional merengue artists. Third on the schedule is The Paperboys on Feb. 26. One of the best party bands
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Dickens 12th annual Animated Christmas Village is now open. Experience the true meaning of Christmas between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Special opening on Dec. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Santa visits Monday to Saturday 1 to 4 p.m. Visits to the village and Santa are free. Donations are most gratefully accepted towards the purchase of wheelchairs for the Canadian Rotary Foundation. For further information, please contact Dickens Sweets at 604-793-1981.
Winter season and show
The Chilliwack Visual Artists Association “Winter Season Show and Sale” is the association’s first exhibition at the
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Chilliwack Art Gallery at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. The show is on now until Jan. 7 showcasing artwork with a winter and seasonal theme.
Midnight Eagles. The first Sunday of each month (Jan. 2) there is karaoke from 1 to 5 p.m.
At the Anavets Unit 305, 46268 Yale Rd., the entertainment runs six nights a week, Friday to Wednesday. Almost Alan plays Dec. 17 and 18 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Every Sunday, Wylie and the Other Guy play from 7 to 11 p.m. Celebrate Christmas Eve with
December at Branch 280
It’s always a good time at Vedder Legion Branch 280 in November. Every Friday and Saturday dance to live bands from 8 p.m. until midnight. On Dec. 17 and 18 music is by Sweetwater. On Dec. 31, New Year’s Eve, music is by
Wylie and the Other Guy from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursday poker registration at 6:30 p.m. starts at 7 p.m. Jam session on Tuesdays starting at 8:30 p.m. New Horizon Dance Club is back on Wednesdays. Closed Christmas Day. Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Anavets with The Blendurz. Tickets on sale for $30. Bar opens at 7 p.m., dinner at 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday breakfast from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m., all proceeds to the scholarship fund. Cribbage Sunday afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m.
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Showtime Seussical: The Musical
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for a light-hearted family evening of hot chocolate and Christmas songs of all sorts, Pieces of Eight style at the St. Thomas Hall, 46048 Gore Ave. Tickets are $10 from Long & McQuade, 45450 Luckakuck Way, or at the door. Visit www.Piecesof8Octet.com
What’s on der Rd. Meetings are at 11:30 a.m. on the first Thursday (Jan. 6) of each month.
The Chilliwack School of Performing Arts is proud to present Seussical: The Musical at the new Chilliwack Cultural Centre from Jan. 13 to 23. Tony winners Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Ragtime, Once On This Island) have lovingly brought to life
all of our favourite Dr. Seuss characters. Seussical opens on Jan. 14 and runs until Jan. 23. Discount ticket night is Jan. 13, with matinees on Jan. 15, 16, 22, 23. Evening shows are 7:30 p.m, matinee shows at 2 p.m. Ticket prices are $17 for adults, $14 for students/ seniors. Discount ticket night
prices are $9.75 all seats. Call the Cultural Centre box office at 604-391-SHOW (7469).
Newhouse’s new book
The Chilliwack Visual Artists Association presents an exhibition of Maxwell Newhouse’s paintings entitled “Home, Community, and
Northern Wildlife” on display in the Chilliwack Cultural Centre art gallery Jan. 15 to Feb. 17. Take a journey with Newhouse through his three new delightful children’s books. Opening reception and book launch for Counting on Snow is Jan. 15 from 1 to 3 p.m.
Bobs & Lolo
The Chilliwack Arts Council proudly presents Bobs & Lolo on Dec. 18 as part of the 2010-2011 Chilliwack Concert Series. Join Bobs & Lolo on action-packed, musical adventures for the whole family! Show begins at 2 p.m. The 2010-2011 Chilliwack Concert Series takes place at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre located at 9201 Corbould St. Other performance dates for the series are: Memeza Africa on Jan. 29 and The Matinee on April 2. Ticket prices are $20.72 for adults and $15.12 for children (both prices include facility fees and taxes). All tickets are available from the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Box Office: 604-3917469 or at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca. For more info call the Chilliwack Community Arts Council at 604392-8888.
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Lace Club meets
The Chilliwack Lace Club meets every month on the second and fourth Thursdays (next meeting Dec. 23) from noon to 3 p.m. in the Slesse Room of Evergreen Hall. Bring your lunch. Anyone interested in any aspect of lace is welcome. Lessons in bobbin lace are available. For more information call Hylda Law at 604-858-4953 or Jenny Althoff at 604-823-4705.
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Enjoy live music close to home and bring your friends and family (adults only) to ring in the New Year at the Jubilee Hall at 7999 Bradner Rd. in Abbotsford. Entertainment provided by crowd favourite The Ken McCoy Band as well as DJ services by NW Entertainment. Doors open at 7 p.m., tickets are $35 each and include a full buffet dinner, top-of-the-line party favours and champagne at midnight. Great value and a guaranteed good time. Tickets available at Wilway Lumber Sales, 28728 Fraser Hwy, Aldergrove or by calling 604-856-4375. Get them early as sales are limited and last year was a sellout.
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MACKIE, Patrick It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Patrick ber d old Mackie at Chilliwack General Hospital on December 12, 2010. He was born in Blantyre Scotland but was raised in Bigger Saskatchewan. He later moved to Chilliwack in 1970 were he put down roots and remained till his passing.
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DERYCK, Ginger Donna Jan 29, 1939 - Dec 3, 2010 A celebration of her life will be held Sunday December 19 at the O.A.P.O Hall 5725 Tyson Road, 1 pm to 4 pm.
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Patrick fought for Canada in World War II and was the oldest living vet in Chilliwack. Patrick was an avid championship horseshoe player and also enjoyed pool cribbage and gambling. Patrick is survived by his wife Helen Mackie (nee Holmes) and 3 children daughters Donna Kealoha, Diane Seeley, and son Johnny Mackie, 21 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren. He is also survived by his two sisters Mary and Nellie and by brother David Mackie.
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May 7, 1965 ~ December 14, 2010 Amy was born May 7th, 1965 in Vancouver. Amy’s long 4 year battle with cancer came to an end on December 14th, 2010 and surrounded by her family, made her way to her new home. She is survived by her husband of 24 years Greg, children Andrew, Charlotte, and Geoffrey, mother Pamela, mother in law Jennie, Father Gerry and sister Zoë. Predeceased by grandmother Amy Charlotte Mott, Lou Gates, and father in law Al Slovick. The family would like to say thank you to all the doctors and nurse’s that gave them four more years with Amy and all the very special care she received in her ﬁnal days at the Cascade Hospice. We will be celebrating Amy’s memorial service on Tuesday December 21st, at 1:00 pm at the Broadway M.B. Church, 46611 Maple Ave., Chilliwack BC. In Lieu of ﬂowers please make a donation in Amy’s name to a charity of your choice.
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Seasonal, fulltime nursery workers req’d. March - November Duties; general horticultural labour including planting, weeding, watering, pruning, harvesting and loading. Work is outdoors in all weather, bending and heavy lifting is involved. Wages: $9.28/hr. + 4% vacation. Hours: 45 - 50 hrs/wk, 6 days/wk. Apply via fax 604-823-4749 or drop resume at Mosterman Plants Inc. 43583 Adams Road, Chilliwack, BC V2R 4L1.
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CUSTOM COMPUTER DVD, CDRW, very fast and reliable, can deliver $50 604-845-9000 SONY LAPTOP works great, internet ready, can deliver $99 604-845-9000
For Sale Miscellaneous
13’’ COLOUR TV & DVD player, great for kids room, good condition $20 for both 604-819-4733 4 WHEEL prof flat dolly new $65., portable dishwasher Westinghouse yellow $75, built in dishwasher Kenmore wht $75. 604-846-5550 ’50’S STEP stool metal gd cond $15., 60’s bdrm bed & mattress chest bed stand $25, desk small wht $25, desk small natural $20. 604-846-5550 60’ POLE lamp 3 shades $10, queen bed boxspring as new $100, dble bed & boxspring $50, Yamaha Electone stool $100. 604-846-5550 ’60’S DINING table 6 chairs $65, bookcase 2 shelves $15, 4 snack trays & stand $10, antique floor lamp shade $15. 604-846-5550 ANTIQUE FLOOR lamp $65, ladies desk $30, Rattan chair $30, filing cabinet $10. Ph 604-991-2525 ANTIQUE POTATO plow $60 Six wooden windows $60 604-794-5817
For Sale Miscellaneous
BLACKSMITH ANVIL $275 Blacksmith blower $100 604-794-5817 BLACKSMITH DIPPER $30 Metal wheelbarrow $30 5’ saw $40 604-794-5817 BOYS CLOTHING size 0 - 2. All in good cond. Must go $300 for all or sell separate, reasonably priced. Phone 604-846-5876
BUCK STRETCHERS All Buck Stretchers are now listed under our For Sale Misc classification. COFFEE TABLE & 2 end tables $50 Lamp table $20 Magazine rack $15 Brown leather recliner $50 all ex cond 604-824-5928 COFFEE TABLE 2 end tables, glass top tile brass $200 Wicker look patio table & 4 chairs $100 604-793-4977
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DRY SPLIT WOOD Pick Up load $140 delivered. Hardwood plus kilning. Ph 604-823-4272
For Sale Miscellaneous
GOLF CLUBS & bag Phillips $75 Lg Garfield collection w/giant Garfield $40 Giorgio TeddyBear Collection $50 all obo 604-703-0024
HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best Price, Best Quality. All Shapes & Colors Available. Call 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.ca KING SEALY double pillow top mattress & box spring. As new less than 1 yr old top of the line $380. Ph 604-794-9817 MINI TRAMPOLINE $15 Adjustable bed frame $25 Sony 12’’ TV $20 Sony 20’’ TV $30 ex cond 604-392-6225 PIC, SLEDGE, shovel, axe & edger $50 Push mower like new $40 604-794-5817
DEEP HEAT back massager $15, Koss MP3 DVD, FM, AM cassette $20, Phaff port sewing mach $25, Office chairs no arms $20. 604-846-5550
PIONEER DVD player $25 LG DVD player used as secondary player, very little use $30. Both good cond 604-819-4733
FULL SIZE fridge works well $150 firm, 5000 BTU window air conditioner used one summer $100. Phone 604-795-4470
PRECIOUS MOMENTS Christmas plate. ’’I’ll play my drum for him’’ $10 604-858-4223 ROWING MACHINE $30, Fr. provinc. coffee table $40, toilet & tank white $20, 6½' x8' wheels solid tires 4 for $2. 604-846-5550 SEARS 20’’ color TV, nice colour & sound, works fine, excellent for video game playing $35 604-793-0170 SOFA & chair $250 obo. Armoire $150 obo. Toshiba 27’’ TV w/JVC VCR $225 obo. 604-845-4950 TORO SNOW blower $150, Go cart 8 hp $100, stainless kitchen sink $25, B & D router $45. Ph 604-991-2525
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VINTAGE RHINESTONE jewellery collection, necklaces, bracelets, broaches, etc 10 - 12 pcs $75 604-858-4223 WATERFORD CRYSTAL stemware pattern 'Colleen' $75 each 3 for $200 604-858-4223 WRENCHES 5 for $25 Upright dolly $20 110ft cord $15 Flat dolly $15 604-794-5817
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CHIHUAHUA X YORKIE PUPPIES. Small size. Vaccinated. $575. 604-588-5195
MOVING MUST sell solid wood dining rm ste w/hutch,buffet, 5 chairs, exc cond $325 604-625-3498
#1A STEEL BUILDING SALE! Save up to 60% on your new garage, shop, warehouse or storage building. 6 different colors available! 40 year warranty! FREE shipping for the first 20 callers! 1-800-457-2206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca
ENGLISH MASTIFF pups, M/F, p/b, papers, dewormed, 1st shots, 9 wks. $1,850. (1)-604-316-5644 ROTTWEILER PUPPIES, CKC Reg. Malti V-1 rated, top blood lines, Health Cert. 604-535-9994
Dogs ENGLISH SETTER, CKC Reg. puppies, M/F, Champion lines. Great temperament. 1st shoots, tattooed. $900. 604-533-9310
ALL SMALL breed pups local & non shedding $350+. 604-590-3727 www.puppiesfishcritters.com
AMERICAN COCKER spaniels cuddly, child friendly, 1st shots vet checked,$700 cash 604-823-4393
AUSSIE DOODLE/LAB Doodles, from $350 - $900, yellow, silver & choc., non shed 604-302-3993
SCHNOODLE PUPPIES ready for Christmas. $750-$850. There are 4 females avail. Call 604-850-2897 or KJKrs@shaw.ca. See Kijij ad 4 pix.
Foster homes urgently req’d for rescued, abandoned & neglected dogs. Many breeds. www. abetterlifedogrescue.com ★ TEACUP YORKIES PUPS ★ 1 male, 1 fem, 12 wks full tails on purpose. Smart & Adorable Ready to go!! 604 988 9601 www. northshoreyorkies.com GOLDEN DOODLE Pups great family pets, email pics avail, $750. 250-674-0091
TEACUP YORKSHIRE Terrier pup. female, 604-825-2001 www.fraservalleyyorkies.com JACK RUSSELL pups smooth m/f, dewormed, 1 shots, tails docked, view parents, $450. 604-701-1587
Plants & Trees
CEDAR HEDGING $1.00/foot& up. Dug in ready, installation & delivery avail 604-795-1999. Now is the best time for planting!
POMERANIAN TEACUP babies + Mom. 1st shoot, wormed, dew claws. $750 +. 604-581-2544 PUGS PUREBRED, no papers, 2 blk, 2 fawn, 2 fem, 2 male $850. ready Dec 29. 604-796-2227
604-724-7652 Adjustable Sealy Queen Bed with frame Frame rests on 4 wheels with breaks and comes with a head board mount. The head and foot part can be adjusted separately from each other and each part has a massage feature, easily controlled via included remote control. The bed comes with Primu dreamer memory foam mattress in a Tempurpedic breathable/waterproof mattress cover. The bed has never been in contact with smoke, pets and has no damage (spillage, burns etc.). Similar models sell for $5000, paid $3800 6 months ago. Willing to part for $2900obo. Call 778-384-1210
PIT BULL puppies male & female 1st shots, dewormed $350. View parents. Phone 604-701-1587
RAGDOLLS & Exotic X Kittens 604 590-3727 www.puppiesfishcritters.com
BOXERS, CKC reg. show champion lines, 3 flashy brindle males, 1 reverse, chipped, wormed & shots, ready now, 604-987-0020
YORK WEIGHT LIFTING $75, Bar bell 2-10 lbs 6-5lbs $30, Nordic sport walking/skiing $50. 604-846-5550
BERNESE MOUNTAIN Dog Pups, vet ✔. Ready for Xmas! $950. Chwk. 1-604-794-3561
KING CHARLES/COCKER X POODLE, Vaccinated, Dewormed, 604-812-8414
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Tim Stephens' Astral Reﬂections Aries March 21 - April 19: New projects and relationships will tend to go in circles – forever. So stay with the ongoing, ﬁnish up things that have sucked your energy for too long. Something from the past – a foreign contact, a legal, cultural or educational matter, a travel opportunity, perhaps a loved one, a wedding or divorce plan – returns now. You might as well tackle this, or more importantly, tackle the ﬂaw that is preventing it from working. Intimacy, sex, investment and ﬁnances are mildly blessed all month: you could gain from another’s assets. Bosses, VIPs start to examine your performance. Taurus April 20-May 20: Don’t start new relationships or projects before Dec. 30. Stick with the ongoing, or reprise past involvements and opportunities. Chase money Sunday/Monday, but DON’T buy important items, especially televisions, computers, etc. A former ﬁnancial opportunity might reappear, but its initial ﬂaw has not disappeared, so stay out. Love exists, your spouse shows affection, others treat you well. Be wary of legal hassles and international travel: avoid them all month. Paperwork, talk and errands are lucky Wednesday. Settle down Thursday/Friday. Romance, beauty, pleasure come Saturday! Gemini May 21-June 20: Start nothing new, especially in contracts, agreements, marriage, partnerships,relocation,andpublicdealings.Something or someone from the past might appear in these zones: it’s probably more trouble than good. You might grow indecisive about a link. If you look deeply, you’ll see that your indecision is justiﬁed. Promise nothing, sign nothing. A month of mystery begins. Your energy perks up Sunday/Monday. Money and possessions meet barriers Tuesday, good luck Wednesday. Travel, communications go well Thursday/Friday. Home, family, security bless you Saturday.
HORSE SHOES $20 2 ton jack $15 Lantern $10 New hitch $20 Splitting maul $30 604-794-5817
CURIO CABINET for wall, cantered front, glass shelves, beautiful wood finish $175 604-858-4223
DOG BED custom made 36x40 or 24x30 $25 ea, dog leash & collar large $20, dog diaper small was $20 now $10. 604-846-5550
For Sale Miscellaneous
Cancer June 21-July 22: Avoid all new starts, especially in work and health zones. An ongoing “condition” in one of these might reach a climax Monday/Tuesday – after this,the atmosphere changes: fresh horizons, fresh new people and opportunities (and challenges and competitors) arrive. Still, start nothing new yourself, before Dec. 30. Lie low, rest, contemplate and be charitable Sunday/Monday. (Being charitable when you’re “down” ensures a turn of luck later.) Practise safety. Your energy surges back midweek – Wednesday holds a lucky surprise, wise love! Chase money Thursday/Friday. Leo July 23-Aug. 22: Start no important projects, buy nothing signiﬁcant, before Dec. 30. An old ﬂame might appear this week or next, but it’s almost too late, sort of “life’s afterthought.” Your home continues to be sweet, affectionate. The end of this month and early January will favour re-decorating or purchasing property. “Vaguely” schedule that now, put aside the time. Happiness and social delights visit Sunday/ Monday. You might receive a loving message. A prospective relationship offers good romance, bad marriage. Leave commitment decisions for 2011. A month of work and health issues begins Tuesday. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22: Start nothing new before Dec. 30, especially in real estate, domestic, childoriented and security arenas. A former opportunity might return in one of these zones now or next week. Your career, duties owed to higher-ups, and your reputation demand attention Sunday/Monday – erratic relationships might threaten your progress or bring a climax. Tuesday begins a month of romance, creative successes and speculative “wins!” Optimism, social delights ﬁll Tuesday/Wednesday: welcome a ﬁne relationship Wednesday. Retreat Thursday/Friday. Your charisma attracts “deep stuff” Saturday.
BOSTON TERRIER Pups, CKC reg, vet chk’d, reputable breeder & exc pedigree. 1-604-794-3786
PIT BULL Pups. Blue Nose, Razors Edge/Gotti Lines. $800 1000. Call/text (1)-604-819-6006
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Don’t start new projects or relationships before Dec. 30. You might hear/ read a signiﬁcant message Sunday. Gentle love and understanding ﬁll Sunday/Monday – but Monday holds a couple of surprises, or stress that could affect your health brieﬂy. This stress/health link has been around for seven years. It will end by March 2011. Gastro-intestinal irritations will ebb. The last year’s quiet cloud over your career will also end by March. A “domestic month” begins Tuesday. Your career/job meets luck Wednesday. Optimism, happiness visit Thursday/Friday! Retreat Saturday. Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21: Avoid new starts before Dec. 30. Mysteries arise Sunday/Monday – good mysteries Sunday, leading to rewarding research, or sharing of intimacies, secrets. But take care Monday: don’t invest, borrow, or risk a romantic situation by being too “investigative.” Tuesday begins a month of details, errands, communications, paperwork and travel – be alert in all these, as mistakes are rife until late December. Wisdom, gentle love ﬂow midweek, but are only lucky Wednesday, not Tuesday. Ambition, Thursday/Friday. Happiness, optimism, social joys arrive Saturday! A new life looms! Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21: Your energy remains high, but shy away from big new starts before Dec. 30. You’ll be indecisive until then. A voice from the past might speak Sunday/Monday, or you can be reminded of old relationships, perhaps of old ambitions this week and next. Tuesday begins a month of money, possessions, memory and sensuality. Midweek brings mysteries, subconscious urgings, changes, investments, large ﬁnances and intimate bonds. These are lucky Wednesday, not Tuesday. Wisdom, understanding, gentle love and international themes bless you Thursday/Friday. Your prestige rises Saturday.
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Dec. 19 - Dec. 25 Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19: Start nothing before Dec. 30. Nostalgia about a more secure time ﬁlls this week and next – or you face unﬁnished obligations, probably involving the government, institutions or disadvantaged people. You could ﬁnd “lost” receipts, documents that will prove valuable in future – save them. Chores and health issues ﬁll Sunday (good) and Monday (difﬁcult). Relationships irk you Tuesday, but ﬂow with pleasant, happy luck Wednesday. Your energy and charisma surge upward now through January! Life’s depths “surface” Thursday/Friday: research, don’t commit. Gentle love Saturday. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18: Avoid big new projects or relationships before Dec. 30. A former “light lover” or happy friend might return now to late month. Sunday/Monday are romantic, creative and pleasureﬁlled, but right after this you begin a month of quietude, moderate withdrawal, lowered energy and charisma. (Even Monday, though romantic, hits the turbulence of a “phase end.”) Tackle chores Tuesday (cautiously) and Wednesday (success, even money luck). Relationships confront you Thursday/Friday: all’s well, even a bit romantic. Pursue a mystery Saturday – a “gift” has good future implications. Pisces Feb. 19-March 20: Don’t start anything new before Dec. 30. A month of pressures and hard work ends Tuesday; four weeks of social delights, optimism, ﬂirtations and happiness begin! But an incomplete career project overhangs this week and next – as long as it’s nothing new, try to ﬁnish it up now. Or, a former career role or employment opportunity might return, especially Thursday/Friday: sure, take it. Earlier, rest up, be domestic, Sunday/ Monday. Romance, creativity and pleasure meet barriers Tuesday, success and luck Wednesday. Exciting meetings portend future joys Saturday! firstname.lastname@example.org • Reading: 416-686-5014
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4 BD duplex Kathleen Dr., 3 bth, f/s, w/d, d/w, n/s, n/p Avail Feb 1. Phone 604-792-1787
1 BDRM Apt ste, avail Jan 1, $550/mo, heat & water incl, refs req’d, no pets. Ray 604-792-4927
2 BDRM rancher $1100, southside, close to town, small pet ok, N/S, Avail Now, Dec. 15th 604-807-2147
1 br & 1 br+den & 2 br avail. 6 appl - close to FVU, bus & shopping, secured parking, gym on site. SUTTON GROUP
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• Residential • Residential area Area • Elevator • Adult Oriented • Elevator • Adult Oriented • Sparkling Renovations • Sparkling Renovations • 1 Bdrm Smoking From $590 • 1 No Bdrm from $600
Bach, 1 & 2 BR, $470 up heat & h/w, garbage incl, no pets, Chwk nr amens. Resident Mgr. Member of Crime Free Multi-housing, Now, 604-792-8974 leave msg.
1 BEDROOM SUITE
3rd flr units, hot water included, coin laundry. Agassiz SUTTON GROUP
ROOMMATE WANTED incl, heat, hydro, cable & internet in all rooms, 5 appl, f/s, d/w, w/d $500/m 1-604-800-3115
1 BD newly reno’d Chwk, above grnd suite, own laundry, & parking, close to freeway, n/s, n/p, $675/m incl util & internet. 604-701-6373
1 BDRM + DEN, FFI, laundry avail, sep ent, quiet area, n/p, n/s $700 incl util. Ph 604-795-3598
3BR + 2 BATH/ TWNHS. The REGENT/ Luxury 1,300 sq ft, new bldg, all high end APP’s, wash/ dry, gas F/P, 2 PARK stalls, Best bldg in CWK; walk to AMMENITIES. CALL DAVE 604-765-6797
4 BAY SHOP; 2800 sq ft for lease on Yale Rd & Hocking Chilliwack Ph 1-604-715-2221
1 BR Bsmt in Sardis,very bright, n/s, n/p $650 incls util & cable, avail now: Ph 604-824-0717
2 bdrm main floor,
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WAREHOUSE & office space for lease, up to 12,000sf of Warehouse and 3,200sf of executive offices. Available. Chillwack. Call 604-991-7200
1200 sqft, close to Little Mountain Elementary school. Fenced yard, utilities included. Small pet ok/kids welcome. $1100 SUTTON GROUP
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1 bdrm suite . . . . . . . . . quiet, large incl’s heat - $550 1 +den bdrm condo . .6 appl, close to schools. - $775 2 bdrm corner unit . . . .
6 appl., Secure park. - $795
2 bdrm apt . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 appl., gas incl’d. - $750 2 bdrm condo . . . . . Large patio, hot water incl. - $700 2 bdrm house . . . . . . . .
Sardis Park, 4 appl. - $1000
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Close to Prospera, util incl - $725
3 bdrm house + inlaw suite 3 bdrm house
' THE REGENT ' 45615 Brett Ave. Avail Feb 1. Luxury 2 Bdrm 2 Bth + Den 1250 sq ft. Features Incl A/C 9 ft Ceilings Patio Parking Laundry Hardwood Granite Breakfast Bar & Lge Den. Pic’s @ vancouverrentalproperties.com Contact Peter @ 604 773 6672 or Alex 778 867 0482. Asking $1,195/ month. Feb 1 ,2011
2 bdrm suite . . . . . .
1 bdrm 2 level . . . . . . Twnhse, 650 sq. ft. F/S. - $550
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3 bdrm mnflr houseSardis, utils includ., 5 appl. - $1400 3 bdrm townhouse . .
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CHRISTMAS SALE SALE ENDS DEC. 24
SPORT UTILITY- 4X4 • 1999 Chev Tahoe LT
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• 2002 GMC Jimmy
1998 EAGLE TALON ESI, 170k, 2.0 L, excellent condition, 5 spd, no accidents, silver exterior, grey interior. $3900. 604-763-3223
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2005 FORD FOCUS ZXT, Stn Wgn, auto, 70k, options, blue, $4850 Firm. Call 604-538-4883
WEEKLY SPECIALS Dec 18 - Dec 24, 2010
08 Nissan Pathﬁnder ................SOLD 05 Ford F150 XLT ....$13,900
Ext cab 4x4 loaded
02 BMW 325 XI........$12,900
OVER A THOUSAND VEHICLES TO CHOOSE FROM
Engines (Gas) ............... $13495 Transmissions ................ $4995 Starters .......................... $1795 Alternators...................... $1795 Elec. Distributors............ $2495 Computers (ECM) ........... $1495
All wheel drive
Hours: 8:30am-5pm 7 Days A Week
08 Chevy Aveo LT......$7,900
Sunroof loaded 54 km
CLOSED DEC. 25 & 26 AND JAN. 1
00 Dakota 4x4..........SOLD
• 1997 Honda CR-V
Ext cab canopy
07 Ford Range..........SOLD 4 cyl 5 spd canopy
#AP5069 AWD, auto
#AP7063 WAS $5995
4 cyl 87,000 km
#AP7061 WAS $3495
#1FA37856 4X4, 7 PASS
#A3064 4X4, AUTO
#A3124 4X4, 5 SPD
• 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee • 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
• 2003 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer • 1990 Jeep Cherokee Sport • 1994 Pontiac Sunrunner
• 2003 Toyota Camry SE #AP5036 4 CYL, AUTO
06 Pontiac Pursuit ....$5,995
00 Chevy Blazer ........$5,400
04 Ford Focus .......... $4,995
#AP5021 1 OWNER, 4CYL, AUTO
• 2000 Grand Prix GTP
#AP5023 NO ACCIDENTS, LEATHER
• 1990 Honda Civic
#AP6941 5 SPD, LOW K’S
#AP7096 WAS $5995
• 2003 Monte Carlo
• 2000 Monte Carlo SS
02 Dodge Caravan.....$4,495
01 Ford Ranger ........ $4,500
Step Side Splash
01 Pontiac Montana..$3,650
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Loaded 7 pass
98 Jeep Cherokee .....$3,495
Sport 2 dr 4x4
Family Owned & Operated
01 Olds Alero........... SOLD 2 dr black
97 Ford Escort...........$1,995
96 Pontiac Grand Am ..................$1,695
2 dr 129k
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#AP3092 AUTO, SUNROOF
#AP6321 154,000 KMS
#AP7022 AUTO WAS $6995
#AP7127 2 DOOR WAS $6995
• 2000 VW Jetta VR6
• 1999 Honda Accord
TRUCKS & VANS
• 2001 Dodge Caravan #AP6023
#AP5030 MILLENNIUM ED, LOW KM
• 2000 Dodge Caravan
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We will pay up to
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STEVE TOWING SERVICES Scrap Car Removal. We Pay $$ for all cars. Call 778-316-7960
THE SCRAPPER SCRAP CAR & TRUCK REMOVAL
604-790-3900 OUR SERVIC 2H
2002 MAZDA, Protege 5, 4 dr htbck, 5 spd, 106kms, f/loaded, red. $5250 firm. 604-538-9257
#AP5022 NO ACCIDENTS
#2FE33874 WAS $2495
• 1998 Ford Windstar • 2001 Honda Odyssey
• 2007 Yamaha FZ 600 #JY00059
#AP009 WAS $5795
• 2007 Yamaha YZF 600
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Steve 778-828-0055 Dale 604-799-0310 alparkerautosales.com
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HOME SERVICES 8180
Blinds & Draperies
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PRETTY SPOTLESS in house cleaning $15.00/hr. Call Jenna References avail. 604-701-2898
YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 service call. Insured. Lic # 89402. Fast same day service guaranteed. We love small jobs! 604-568-1899
CARPENTRY, PLUMBING, Electrical, Concrete, etc. Call Dave 604-824-9141
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• Excavating • Dumptrucking • Landscaping • Fencing
•turf instalation (top soil spreading •mini excavator • dump truck service • retaining walls • fencing • concrete breaker • land clearing • demolition
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INSTALLED INSTALLED FURNACES FURNACES Sears also installs
Sears also sells & installs ROOFING,
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RUBBISH REMOVAL No Job Too Big or Small
TREE SERVICE - over 20 yrs prof exp semi retired very reas ★ Free Est. 604-795-4595
WELDING & Fabrication, private shop and great shop rates in Chilliwack. Kevin 604-794-7561
604-290-8845 823-2382 or 795-1027
9173 serving the valley since 1989
45895 Airport Rd,Chilliwack
Moving & Storage
1993 GMC 1 Ton Cube Van, air care, propane, 17.5ft box, new tires, $6000obo, 604-858-3913 TWO BROTHERS MOVING Local & Long Distance 604-720-0931 • email@example.com •
SEDONA • 2003 Kia Sedona EX
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• 1998 Honda Accord
Call Stephanie for an instant approval on your next auto loan
Have it recycled properly
Scrap Car Removal
• 2001 Focus XZ-3
Has your vehicle reached the end of its useful life?
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04 Chev Impala ........ $4,995
• 2000 Honda Accord ExR
604-792-1221 Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm 7 Days A Week www.pickapart.ca
96 Chevy Yukon ....... $3,800
Parts & Accessories
1993 MERCURY Sable V6, 28-30 mpg, 170k’s, 4 dr, blue, min cond $1995. Ph 604-795-4470
7 pass back up cam
CHILLIWACK TIMES FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2010 A41
Two Easy Steps to Finding a Pre-Owned Vehicle
1. Go to chilliwacktimes.com/autoﬁnd 2. Search by STOCK# 3. Get details & photos of cars you choose
Contact the dealer, check out your new ride and drive home. Easy, right?
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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
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(formerly the Counter Guy)
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C A R E
• Portable Sawmill
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R E M O V A L C O N T R A C T I N G
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Residential • Strata • Commercial
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YEAR END EVENT!
CHILLIWACK FORD WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE LAST TWO WEEKENDS THIS MONTH FOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR’S HOLIDAYS SO YEAR-END BOXING DAY DEALS ARE ON NOW!
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2010 FORD ESCAPE XLT 4X4’S • LOW MILES • AUTOMATIC • SUNROOF
OF E C N A BAL RY FACTO TY AN WARR
2009 CHEVROLET COBALT
2009 KIA RIO
2008 FORD F-150 SUPERCAB
4x4, Auto, #996137
• POWER EQUIPMENT GROUP • AIR CONDITIONING • LEATHER INTERIOR
• SAFETY INSPECTED • FINANCING AVAILABLE • TRADES WELCOME
SPECIAL PRICE MARKDOWNS 2009 KIA SPECTRA LX
2009 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS
2008 FORD SPORT TRAC XLT Auto, 4x4 #993626
2009 FORD E250 CARGO VAN
HURRY IN YOUR TO CHOOS E COLOU R! 8 TO C HOOS E FRO M
2009 SUZUKI SWIFT Auto, #881837
2006 FORD FIVE HUNDRED Limited, AWD, #884903
2007 FORD F150 SUPER CREW 4x4, #994224
See www.chilliwackford.com for complete inventory
Your Community Minded Dealer 2008 FORD F150 SUPER CREW
XLT, 4x4, #995999
45681 Yale Road West • 604-792-1361 DLN 30898
2010 FORD F350 LARIAT 1 Ton, 4x4, #992337
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Angels / Fairies from
Crayola Colour $ 5.00 Explosions
UNDER $50 UNDER $20
COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS ALL CHRISTMAS STOCK SALE 25% off all Christmas stock Circle of Angels / Santa /Snowman $5.95
Teapot w/ Diffuser $
offer expires December 24, 2010
excluding gift baskets / certificates. Not valid with any other offer or promotion
3pc Serving dishes w/ tray $8.95
Napkin Holder w/Salt & Pepper $9.95 6.25”
2pc Vase set
21pc Magic Bullet
0.7 cu.ft Microwave
Matching Candle Holder available
Cuisinart mixers from
Exercise Equipment up to
High End Mattresses up to 70% off
Horzontal & Vertical
• Top Freezer • Bottom Freezer • French Door • Side x Side
• Coil • Smooth Top • Gas
• Stainless Tub • Tall Tub • Plastic Tub • Portable
Stoves from $
Directions from Hope
Take Exit 119 Stay to the right Turn Left on Yale Rd W Turn Right on Evans Parkway Turn Left on Commercial Court
2 tierd Serving Dish
Fridges from $
Salt Lamps from
Pitcher & Glass Set Coke / Coors Light / Canadian
14ft Telesteps Ladder from
14” x 9” Glass Christmas Plate
Washer / Dryers
• Sets & Individual Pieces • Front Loaders
Over the Range Mircrowaves from $
• white • black • stainless
Y in ONL WACK LLI CHI
Store Hours: Mon - Sat 9am - 6pm Mon - Sat 9am 6pm Sunday 11am - 4-pm Directions from Vancouver
Take Exit 118 Turn Left over the Overpass Go Through Roundabout Turn First Left on Commercial Court
242 To Unit 116 - 44981 Commercial Court, Chilliwack, BC PH: 604-393-7242 Toll Free: 1-888-323-7242 firstname.lastname@example.org www.canadianliquidation.com Limited quantity on all products. Products / colours may not be exactly as shown. Prices subjected to change without notice.