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Jessica, a married mother of one, took her cellphone and set out for a walk on Aug. 25, around dusk. “I didn’t take my purse on purpose,” she said, recalling how she thought it would be safer. Near R.C. Garnett School, the 30-year-old didn’t think anything of it when she heard what sounded like footsteps. “Footsteps – then I felt something hit my head,” and that, she said, is all she remembered. When she started to awaken, she felt pain all over her body. “I was in blackberry bushes, with my clothes ripped and my shoes were gone,” Jessica said. Jessica tried sitting up, but fell back down. She called 911. “They were trying to figure out where I was,” she explained. Jessica said she thought she heard voices, and started to crawl towards them.

Victim hopes sharing will help to protect others Jessica (not her real name) knows that it’s unlikely her attacker or attackers will be caught. Because she was attacked from behind and rendered unconscious, she has no description. Despite the turmoil it has brought to her life, one thought kept coming to the forefront. “I don’t want this to happen to anyone else,” Jessica

said. That’s why she agreed to sit down with the Langley Advance and discuss what happened to her, so that the community knows it took place, and that whomever did it to her is still out there. She noted that there has also been a recent murder of a teen, and other attacks on women in Delta.

The voice at 911 told her to call out. A woman and man were walking down the street and saw her. “The girl said ‘Oh, my God’ and came over,” Jessica recounted. She thinks a motorist also stopped to help. Emergency personnel started arriving to help the concussed, bruised, and battered woman. In the ambulance, the BC Ambulance paramedic treating her asked where she hurt on her body. Everywhere. The crashing realization hit her: she had been sexually assaulted.

She feels that letting people know about incidents will help them to better protect themselves. She’s particularly concerned that her sexual assault took place near an elementary school, and that R.E. Mountain Secondary is also nearby. “It’s the mother part,” she commented. “You worry about kids.”

“I was absolutely horrified,” she said. At the hospital, Jessica and her family were asked to give permission for a forensic nurse to examine her, because a sex crime was involved. Since the sexual assault, she’s found the treatment by the legal system difficult. She spent two hours in a police interview room, being asked deeply personal questions. While she understands why it’s done like that, in the name of thoroughness of the investigation, it doesn’t make the experience any easier to go through.

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A man avoided police for almost two hours on an Aldergrove rooftop Saturday.

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Langley Township council is getting ready for the next round of rail overpass funding, while the first controversial project still hasn’t been approved.

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Last week, council was asked to put aside $5.5 million for a 196th Street overpass that will cross rail lines and the Langley Bypass. Much of the new overpass would be in Langley City.

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Donna McTaggert clockwise (left to right), Tricia Antoniuk, Kathy Davies, Rhianna Antoniuk-Davies, and (peeking out) Kieran Antoniuk-Davies are members of local United churches that have restructured.


Churches vote to unite Four United Churches in Langley have merged to form one regional church.

vices. Instead of that duplication, a main service will be held at Sharon United. The ministers from the four churches will also be sharing duties so they can accomplish more. Instead of each one writing a by Heather Colpitts sermon for each Sunday, one might devote more time to palliative or counselling work Church communities across the country while another handles services. are watching Langley’s United Churches as As part of the restructuring, the churches they go through a restructuring and become will decide how to set up a schedule of a new Langley regional church. services. One might host a more traditional It’s no secret that some churches are service while another will host children’s struggling in the face of aging congregaevents. tions, increased building maintenance costs Langley United, because of its location in and declining congregation numLangley City, will take on bers. more social work, such as Murrayville’s Sharon United, adding a morning gathering “Our big St. Andrew’s United in Fort for the homeless. question was Langley, Langley United in The process will be comwhat could Brookswood and Jubilee United, pleted by 2012 and the conbased in Willoughby, have gregations decided to keep we do better decided to work together. Jubilee their ministers’ positions together.” has land but not a church. Most until then, giving them a members were young families in couple of years to figure out Kathy Davies contrast to Sharon United, with what works best for the new a congregation predominantly regional church. composed of seniors. Donna McTaggert, Sharon’s organist and “We’ve been talking together for about 18 accompanist who has been on the restrucmonths,” explained Kathy Davies, chair of turing council, said there will be work done the Jubilee Church Council. on carpooling and transportation to help The churches fall under the Fraser people get to the various churches for the Presbytery which has given its blessing for services they want. the restructuring after studying the region. The congregations at the four churches “Now it’s a different time,” Davies noted. number about 500. They voted on the idea The churches were looking for ways to do in June and it needed more than 70 per cent more with less. Most communities this size approval to move ahead. have one or two United Churches. Langley “We felt that it needed a strong result,” has five (the one in Aldergrove is not part said McTaggert. of this process). More than 80 per cent voted in favour. “Our big question was what could we do “They see the possibilities that it opens better together,” she said. up,” Davies added. continued on page A5… All, for example, had 10 a.m. Sunday ser-

Police and firefighters had to team up to deal with the bizarre behaviour of a wanted man who climbed onto an Aldergrove rooftop on Saturday. At about 1:30 p.m., the Langley RCMP were called in to help the Aldergrove Market remove two men who were no longer welcome in the store, said RCMP Cpl. Holly Marks. When officers arrived, they found the two men had already departed. One was found nearby on 272nd Street, walking a dog, and was detained for further investigation. The other man was found on the north side of the Fields store, where he had apparently climbed into a locked storage area. The man refused to come out, and the officer on the scene called for backup. While the officer waited, the suspect smoked what appeared to be a crack pipe. By the time the reinforcements arrived, the suspect was trying to stick pieces of wire into an electrical box, Marks said. One officer tried to pepper spray the man, to little effect. The man then shed his shoes and socks and scampered up the sloping side of Fields and onto the roof. Langley Township firefighters arrived with a ladder to help police follow their suspect, but the man several times pushed the ladder away from the roof. Marks said officers kept talking to the suspect, urging him to come down peacefully. The man started out talking to the officers, but he eventually stopped saying much. Finally, two officers managed to get onto the roof. They handcuffed the man, but he struggled for half an hour, making it impossible to lower him safely to the ground. A back board was brought in by the fire department and, with the help of some Abbotsford Police officers, he was strapped in and lowered in the bucket of a fire truck’s ladder. The entire situation took about two and a half hours to resolve, and 10 police officers, the fire department, and paramedics from the BC Ambulance Service were all involved. The man was taken to hospital for an assessment. While it did take quite a while and the involvement of a number of agencies and officers, Marks said the work brought the matter to a successful conclusion, with minimal risk to public safety. The good relationships between all the local emergency services helped things go smoothly, she said. The man on the roof has been identified as a 27-year-old from Surrey who was wanted on an outstanding warrant in that community.


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Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA Rich Coleman is back in the job of provincial solicitor general.

The contract is up in 2012. “It’s a big job, but I’ve had big jobs before,” said Coleman. Coleman also said he wants to continue the expansion of integrated units like IHIT and IMPACT. His job still includes overseeing gamby Matthew Claxton bling and liquor laws. Some of Coleman’s duties will be A provincial cabinet shuffle has seen shuffled to other ministers. His post as one of Langley’s two MLAs moved to a minister for social development will go to job that’s fairly familiar for him. Kevin Krueger. MLA Naomi Yamamoto Rich Coleman, MLA for Fort Langleywill become the minister of state for Aldergrove, will take on the post of building code renewal, a new post. solicitor-general and minister “Naomi will work for public safety, the provinfor me, basically, as a “It’s a big job, cial government announced minister of state,” said Monday morning. Coleman. but I’ve had big Coleman, a former RCMP Coleman has spent jobs before.” officer, has held the position a good portion of the in the past, for four years past few years adjusting Rich Coleman just after the Liberals took the B.C. Building Code power in 2001, and briefly already, including allowfor 30 days before the last ing taller wood-framed election, after then-solicitor general John condos. He said having someone take on Van Dongen lost the post due to speeding that file as a full-time cabinet job was a tickets. In addition, Coleman will retain good idea to see the changes finished. It his post as housing minister. will involve changes to how water and His current tenure as solicitor general sewer from buildings is dealt with. will be different from his duties when he The cabinet shuffle is not about held the post before. improving the dismal recent polling “It wasn’t the same ministry as this one numbers for the B.C. Liberals or Premier is today,” Coleman said. Gordon Campbell, Coleman said. He said One of his main duties will be to work it was about streamlining government. on negotiating the provincial contract Langley MLA Mary Polak retains her with the RCMP. post as minister for children and family “We have about one third of the development. entire RCMP in British Columbia,” said Coleman said he was glad to see his Coleman. The contracts will affect the colleague remain in her job. municipalities, like Langley, Surrey, and Of the B.C. cabinet, 16 have new or Maple Ridge, that use the Mounties as modified portfolios, while just six retain their police forces. their old jobs.

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A man is in Royal Columbian Hospital in critical condition following a pedestrian accident in Brookswood earlier this weekend. The collision between the man and car took place at about 12:15 a.m. on Saturday near 40th Avenue and 204A Street, said Langley RCMP Cpl. Holly Marks. Four men in their 30s, who had been drinking, were just west of the intersection, when the vehicle acci-

dent happened. Three of them had crossed 40th Avenue and were on the north shoulder when the fourth man – a 30-year-old wearing ear buds and “either talking on a cellphone or listening to music” – decided to run across to his friends, Marks explained. He was hit by a westbound Pontiac Grand Prix, in what police described as a dark area of the road, between the street lights. “It appears the driver saw the males on the north shoulder, but did not see the person running across the street,” Marks said. Speed is not believed to be a factor, nor is alcohol or drugs, she said. No charges have been laid, but the Langley RCMP Traffic section is still investigating the collision.

The man was taken by air ambulance to Royal Columbian Hospital, where he was initially listed in critical condition. He remained in critical condition Monday, with very serious injuries.

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Police killed two birds with one stone, after a duo driving a suspicious car were caught breaking into a Langley home. At about 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 19, officers with the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team (IMPACT) spotted a car with license plates that didn’t match the vehicle, said Sgt. Gord Elias. The auto crime team began following the pair of suspects. They drove to the 3300 block of 232nd Street, where a man and a woman got out of the suspicious car and broke into a home. The man walked back to the car with a

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Reading a key to full life Margaret MacDiarmid, B.C.’s education minister (until Monday morning), is reminding the province to crack a book from time to time. This Oct. 25 at 11 a.m. has been dubbed Drop Everything and Read, an event to encourage everyone to pick up a favourite book and spend 20 minutes just reading. MacDiarmid backs up her message with information about the dangers of low literacy, and the positive benefits of reading. Lack of literacy is obviously a huge impediment for many people. “Reading is the foundation everyone must have to be successful,” MacDiarmid writes – from reading prescriptions and medicine bottles to writing a resume. Almost every job that pays enough to support a family is going to require the ability to read a training manual or a textbook. Reading to children is also beneficial, apparently encouraging brain development in children as young as 18 months old, and reading with or to older children boosts their academic skills. All those are good reasons to read, but they miss out on the real reason so many people read a book every day. Reading is fun. Of course, if you picked up this newspaper, you probably already know this. But maybe there are those in your life who haven’t heard this message. The best way to ensure that someone becomes a regular reader is to give them a good reason to keep reading. That reason may come in many forms. Maybe it’s a love of fiction, from classic literature to mysteries, science fiction, romances or the pulpy fun of superhero comics. Maybe it’s a love of ancient history, or classic motorcycles, or macrame. Books on all those subjects, and just about anything else, are at the local library. So dig out your library card, pick up a book, and spend 20 minutes next week enjoying a book. Maybe you can fit in a little more reading in the days, weeks, and months ahead. – M.C.

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Broke hole memory brought back expression, “dying of boredom,” hovers constantly on the edge of reality. I haven’t been inside a paper mill for many years, so I can’t say how things are done today. Computers were just beginning to swallow up Bob Groeneveld some of the routine work in the mid-1970s. But the really hard work, I’m sure, still is being done by people. One of my duties as a “rollcutter” on one of the Sometimes you see somebody doing something giant paper machines was to clear up huge wads so astoundingly stupid that, however it turns out, of paper that flew out of the calender stacks or off the act is etched in your memory forever. the winder after a “machine break.” And when you see something remotely similar The paper – a continuous sheet of hot newshappening again, that creepy, scary feeling that print 10 metres wide coming out of the “dry you’re about to witness a tragedy brings back the end” of the machine at 12-15 metres per second same sickening knot in your stomach as grew – quickly built up into a mountain of “broke” there the first time. while the machine crew patched the problem Many, many years ago, in an attempt to scratch and got the sheet smoothly winding back onto its together enough scratch to fund my university giant spool once again. education, I worked in a paper mill It was part of my job as rollcut– for a year after high school, and The really ter to clear the crumpled paper again every summer holiday (and – a pile literally as big as a house hard work, I’m sometimes Christmas and the odd – away from the paper machine… weekend). sure, still is and then stuff it down the “broke It’s kind of ironic that I ended up being done by hole” for recycling back into the with a career in newspapering – put“wet end” of the paper machine. ting words and sentences on the very people. The broke hole was a metrenewsprint that I helped to build in by-metre hole in the floor, over a my formative years. huge cauldron of hot water and We all go off in different directions, don’t we? pulp continually churned by massive steel blades. I still use some of my plant science in my back The trick was to get all of that giant wad of hot yard, pruning and grafting fruit trees, growing paper through that little hole, into the “broke pit,” veggies, and even occasionally doing a little bit of as quickly as possible, so that the work of making plant breeding – never coming up with anything paper would be disrupted as little as possible. useful, but it’s been fun. A guard rail around the hole in the floor made It’s also kind of depressing to think that, had it all the more difficult to stuff the paper into it. I stuck to producing paper instead of writing on It was a huge relief to be promoted to “fifth it, I would have made somewhere in the neighhand,” which included supervising the paperbourhood of four times as much money over the stuffing – often from a safe (and lazy) distance. course of my working life thus far, and would It was as a fifth hand that I witnessed one of now most likely be comfortably retired. those dreadful, sick-making moments: my sixth On the other hand, like most of the people I hand was pushing paper into the hole, under worked with in the mill, I regarded it as just a the guard rail, while the rollcutter was jumping drudge job – a means to an end – whereas I have up and down on a wad of paper that had gotten been fortunate in having found an interesting and stuck in the hole! often refreshing way of life instead. Luckily, the paper didn’t get unstuck before I Depending on your temperament, working in a got there and chewed the two out. mill can be boring as all get-out, especially at the But, oh! I remember that day… and what could entry-level jobs. have happened. Not only is boredom not fun, but in a setting Visit Bob Groeneveld’s blog, Editor’s Notes, at where you’re working with mammoth equipment at that runs at huge speeds all around you, that old

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Community has spoken out Dear Editor,

The community has spoken clearly and respectfully about the Fort Langley waterfront. The town hall meeting of September 2009 and the workshop of January 2010 each had almost 100 in attendance. The sentiment was unmistakable. The community sees enormous potential for the waterfront.

In order to achieve that potential, ParkLane’s disrespectful proposal for more apartments must be set aside. The community is then keen to work on a visionary plan for the entire waterfront. More recently, we have had the June public hearing, two surveys by the FLCA (including one showing that Fort Langley businesses are not in favour of more apart-

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Waterfront potential great Dear Editor,

There have been letters to the editor in recent papers questioning what might happen to the Fort Langley waterfront if the ParkLane proposal is rejected, suggesting that it might languish unused, perhaps for years. As it happens, there is a joint provincial/municipal project now at the committee stage, called, “Experience the Fraser,” which has $2.5 million of provincial money to spend on riverfront properties from Hope to the Straight of Georgia. A news release announced, “This is an excellent opportunity for the communities along the Lower Fraser River to celebrate their shared heritage… and promote… one of the great river communities of the world.” The committee report is due out in the spring, and who knows what might be proposed for our little piece of the mighty Fraser River? Surely, as the “Birthplace of B.C.,” we would be a prime candidate for some of that development money if waterfront were available. I believe that it would be a shame to commit the Bedford Landing property to apartments for the enjoyment of a few before we see that report and find out what else might be possible.

Connie Blundy, Fort Langley

ments), and many letters in the local papers. The message has been consistent and clear. The point is: there was a negotiation eight years ago with the community, allowing low-value rural land to be up-zoned for very profitable housing. In return, the developer dedicated 2.88 acres to “open up the waterfront to the community” with a hotel and a Granville Islandstyle commercial area. Since then, the developer has stalled on delivery, while whittling the promised site down from 2.88 acres to just over one acre. Claims that the apartments provide more public space are ridiculous, when you actually look at the original plans and promises. Claims that there is a silent majority in favour of this jilting of the community are equally ridiculous. Defeating the ParkLane proposal and initiating a waterfront planning process would be fitting recognition of the enormous efforts of the community. This sort of bold and cooperative move would also be a major step towards a more productive relationship between town hall and its citizens.

Doug McFee, Langley


Top money not getting top results Dear Editor,

We are told over and over again that, in order to attract the best of the best to govern us, we must pay them high salaries, mostly set by themselves, allow them to go on expensive junkets to gain experience, and give them golden handshakes when they decide to quit or are kicked out of office. It seems that the best of the best we hired or elected are coming very close to being the worst of the worst. Our local and provincial governments are good examples. We are told that school trustees pledge to “shape up” and make it right. What have they been doing up till now, and why have we been paying them to screw up? We are now told there is a $1.2-million cost overrun on the 208th Street project, blamed on “mistakes at the project management level.” Who are these people, and why was this allowed

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to happen? Where is the supposed oversight by the municipality? If this happened in private industry, these people would have been fired long before this screw-up was allowed to happen.

It is time to clean house, kick the incompetents out, and start managing the business of government – and quit playing politics, or get out and let us hire competent managers.

Robert E. Nyirfa, Langley

Drinking and driving

Two laws don’t work together Dear Editor,

Say we have a piece of road where the speed limit is 80 km/h, but the current provincial government, desperately in need of a cash cow, decides to charge anyone driving faster than 50 km/h. That creates a $300 fine and impounds a poor sucker’s vehicle for three days. We, the driving public, would not stand for it. Why are we letting them do the same to our driving laws, regarding the 0.08 blood alcohol limit? Either the law is 0.05 or 0.08 – it can’t be both.

Win Bromley, Langley


Training, decisions questioned Dear Editor,

Having served in Canada’s military many years ago instructed by military professionals, many of them war veterans, I wonder today: where is Canada getting its military recruits from and who’s training them? And why are we in Afghanistan?

James Charles, Langley








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Headlines Theatre is bringing the show Us and Them (the inquiry) to the Langley United Church on Oct. 29 and wants the audience members to be part of the show. Us and Them is about “othering,” or creating divisions between people based on reasons such as race, gender, economic status, appearance, etc. Because the audience is involved in this participatory theatre production, no two performances are alike. The show in Langley is a partnership between Headlines, the church on 200th Street at 53rd Avenue, and the Agricultural Workers Alliance. There are more than 20 shows around the region with Headlines partnering with groups ranging from an organization fighting substance abuse, a group that helps

homosexual writers, First Nations groups, and members of Vancouver’s Jewish and Palestinian communities. The show is being staged in non-traditional spaces as well, everything from a person’s home to a cafe. The Langley show starts at 7:30 p.m. Admission is by donation and people can make reservations by emailing rsvp@headlinestheatre. com or calling 604-871-0508. Us and Them was the creation of David Diamond, long active in communitybased theatre. “We will be using theatre techniques and processes that create a safe space for audiences to share their own stories. The barrier between performer and audience breaks down; some audience members find themselves right in the centre of the performance as it unfolds. It’s very exciting, and even transformative,” says Diamond. “No one is forced to participate, and those who do tend to feel that it’s because something about the issue raised resonates with them deeply.” Headlines Theatre was born in 1981, offering theatre on important topics such as homelessness, addition, mental health and housing affordability.



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and notation to call police is inscribed on the back. Additionally, the bracelet denotes the wearer of the bracelet has memory loss. Also included with the bracelet, is a caregiver handbook and identification cards that can be placed in the registered indiIt’s something the caregivers of seniors viduals pocket or wallet should they not with dementia fear the most – trying to wish to wear a bracelet. find a senior who has wandered away Wanderer’s information packages are from their home. available at the Langley RCMP With Canadians living longer office or any local community and a sizeable bulge of people police office (CPO). hitting their 70s, 80s and Once the information pack90s, in the next 35 years the age is completed, it is simply number of people living with returned to the police headAlzheimer’s disease is expected quarters or CPO along with a to double. current photograph. To make those seniors The information is kept in the more secure, the Alzheimer Langley RCMP detachment’s Wandering Registry has been radio room, making it easily created, said Cpl. Holly Marks accessible in the event of an of the Langley RCMP. Cpl. Holly Marks incident. The registry has been Langley RCMP Police ask for caregivers designed to allow police anyor guardians to keep them where in Canada easy access to key informed of any situational changes to information, stored on CPIC, a secure keep the file current. For more informapolice database. Potential wanderers are tion on this specific program, please registered by their caregiver or guardian contact the program coordinator at 604with the Alzheimer organization in their 532-3212. area. For more information or to locate the There is a one-time fee of $35 to Alzheimer Society office nearest you, call the Alzheimer Society of Canada, in 1-800-616-8816. exchange for which the society provides Langley RCMP headquarters is located a Medic Alert identification bracelet. The at 22180 48A Ave., across from the bracelet has the CPIC registration numLangley School Board offices. ber, the person’s name, a contact name

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District, Plan 41307; Lot 16, Section 26, Township 8, New Westminster District, Plan 41307; and Lot 2 Except: Firstly: Parcel A (Explanatory Plan 10800) Secondly: Parcel B (Explanatory Plan 12770) and Road, Section 26, Township 8, New Westminster District, Plan 1094 Bylaw No. 4841 proposes to amend the Willoughby Community Plan and the Yorkson Neighbourhood Plan by amending text to increase the maximum height of an apartment building to six (6) storeys for specific properties as defined in the Neighbourhood Plan. Bylaw No. 4842 proposes to make a text amendment to the existing Comprehensive Development Zone CD-75 to allow the height of the development for this site to increase to




82578; Section 6, Township 14, New Westminster District, Plan 5223 Bylaw No. 4847 proposes to amend the Gloucester Community Plan from 'Park, Conservation, Buffer' to 'Service Commercial/ Service & General Industrial' for a portion of the property. Bylaw No. 4848 proposes to rezone the entire property from Rural Zone RU-1 to General Industrial Zone M-2A. This application will facilitate future industrial development.

Lot 2, Section 26, Township 8, New Westminster District, Plan BCP34746 PURPOSE: Bylaw No. 4858 proposes to rezone the property from Service Commercial Zone C-3 to Community Commercial Zone C-2. PROPOSAL: This application will permit office uses within the existing building. AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a copy of Township of Langley Bylaw Nos. 4841, 4842, 4847, 4848 and 4858; Development Permit No. 100623; and relevant background material may be inspected between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, from October 21 to November 1, both inclusive, at the Community Development Division Development Services Counter, 2nd Floor, Township of Langley Civic Facility, 20338 - 65 Avenue. DATE: TIME: PLACE: ADDRESS:

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Temporary haunting This eerie mansion has popped up on Rawlison Crescent near Fort Langley, but it’s not a gothic-style home. The building is just a facade, created for one of several Halloweenthemed films shooting this October around Langley. Fort Langley has seen a particularly large amount of filming in the past few weeks.

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STUNNING VIEW! Over 6100 sqft of quality craftsmanship on a 4.22 acre lot in a highly sought after location. This exquisite, spacious, 6 bdrm, 6 bath, custom built home has it all PLUS an outdoor salt-water pool, hot tub and much, much more!

Terrific basement entry home with 4 bedrooms and den in popular, and quiet Walnut Grove. Buyers will not be disappointed, this home has recently been renovated and updated with new hardwood floors, carpets, baseboards and fixtures. Home is equipped with an oversized double garage and wide RV parking on the side, plus a good sized fenced backyard for the whole family.

Two units available! These luxurious 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condos are located in the ever popular Heritage Park. One floor unit in this problem free building features track lighting, a gas fireplace, a large sundeck and a serene, white kitchen with upgraded countertops. This Whistler style building is also walking distance to shopping and transit and situated across from the park. Have your pick !

Centrally located ground level apartment, stunning spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath layout (1157 sqft) with large master w/4pc ensuite and a unique wrap around balcony. Worth taking a look! At this affordable price, is definitely worth taking a look if you are in the market for your first home!

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Rare floor plan, in an even rarer location. 1475 SF backing onto greenbelt with 3 BEDRMS, 2 BATHS and a 4 piece ensuite off Master. Beautiful spacious and bright unit located in the heart of Walnut Grove in this highly desirable complex, don't miss out on this prime unit! Walking distance to schools, shopping and all other major amenities. Numerous trails and parks nearby.

Great street appeal! 3039 sq.ft. located on a large 7000 sq.ft. corner lot. Beautiful spacious floor plan, 2 storey home, 4 bed, 3 bath, plus a large "gourmet" kitchen across from sunken living room and dining area. Backyard is fully fenced with patio. The perfect home for you and your family!

A gorgeous and spacious feel with recent upgrades throughout includes a collection of character residing in this cute 1194 sqft, 3 Bedroom, single bathroom rancher located on a near whole acre. Property is fully fenced and set up for horses complete with a 60x132 riding ring, 10x16 lean-to for horse, a small barn/garage. Invest in this long term development potential while you have the chance!

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Rare property on the market! Private 5 acres property, 1766 sq.ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sunken living room with brick gas f/p, family room off oak kitchen with sliders onto patio area. Property has 32x32 workshop and 20x40 outdoor pool. Great location in Fort Langley/ Walnut Grove area.

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#3 7160 Beatty Drive, Mission. Specializes in small production and custom powder coat and chrome look finishes, the only powder coating facility in Canada to offer powder coat VM (vacuum metalized) finish that looks like chrome. Powder coating is an advanced method of applying decorative and protective finish to a wide range of materials and products. Powder coating is the fastest growing finishing technology in North America. Don’t miss this opportunity to own your own business in an industry with few competitors. MLS# F3001077.

230 - 19528 Fraser Hwy., Cloverdale - Bright and beautifully updated 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home in the “Fairmont” with view of Mt. Baker. Gorgeous decor throughout, gas fireplace, French doors and tile flooring. Close to shopping & transportation. All appliances included. MLS# F1007040

5068 219A St. Murrayville Beautiful family home in Murrayville with tons of updating hardwood floors & designer paint colours. Basement boasts a huge recreation/family room with plenty of room for a billiard table & big screen TV! Enjoy the nicely landscaped, large lot for family BBQ’s. Security system already installed and is included. This house shows beautifully and will not last. Call today. Home also has a den that could be a possible 4th bedroom. MLS# F1025418

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306 - 3170 Gladwin Rd., Abbotsford. 2 bdrm., 2 bath condo in the heart of Abbotsford. South west corner unit, bright and spacious floor plan. Building is equipped with indoor pool, billiards, workshop, guest suites, meeting and fitness rooms. Large storage locker, great for anyone who is downsizing and air conditioner included.What else could you need! MLS# F1020094

20765 38A Ave. Brookswood - This fine home features 5 bedrooms with 4 up and 1 on the main floor, 3 bathrooms including the two pc powder room on the main, fully fenced private backyard, awesome family oriented neighbourhood close to both elementary and secondary schools, recreation and shopping are also located within a few minutes walk! MLS# F1022988

6320 Buckskin Place, Cloverdale 4 bedroom home on a quiet cul-de-sac, fenced lot, fully finished basement including a full bathroom. Perfect location, close to schools, shopping, transit, and much more. Great family home just waiting for your finishing touches! MLS# F1021795

101 - 19774 - 56 Ave. This one bedroom plus den is great for a single person or couple! Features granite and stainless in the kitchen. Walking distance to everything Langley Centre has to offer. A must see! MLS# F102690

5640 - 188th St., Cloverdale. Located in the heart of Cloverdale with an amazing view of Mt. Baker. It is a public 9 hold facility with 2 separate tee-off boxes for 18 holes. The yardage ranges from 50 to 210 yards and with the dramatic shifts in elevation, it certainly offers a challenge to all golfers. MLS# F3001071


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24964 32 Avenue, Langley Light and bright 6 bdrm split entry home with suite on scenic 4.73 acres in the Otter District. Extra income provided by the large 3 bdrm bsmt suite. Property incl. 3 natural ponds, lots of room for livestock, trucks, campers, and room for outdoor parties and games! Peaceful country location; just a short bike ride from town or short walk to the Otter Co-op! Pictures & info at

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27315 34 Avenue, Langley Gorgeous 4 bed, 4 bath 2 storey w/basement home backing onto the ALR countryside in desirable Stonebridge. Enjoy country-style living close to urban amenities. Spacious, well appointed kitchen features tiled flooring, large island, and endless maple cabinets. The open great room plan is perfect for entertaining and family relaxation. Basement features finished office, 3 piece bathroom, and partially finished games room! Pictures & info at

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CAPE COD IN WALNUT GROVE 21584 95A Ave. Very delightful 3 bdrms/3 bath 2786 sq. ft. Cape Cod set high on a 6619 sq. ft. lot in Walnut Grove with partial view of the North Shore mountains. Main floor layout makes entertaining large groups a breeze with a formal living room and dining room complete with French doors. Kitchen has classic oak cabinetry and backyard access off of eating area. Den on main floor has french doors & could be used as a separate formal dining area. Family room on the main and Games room up means loads of space for all family members. Nook upstairs is perfect for piano, study or home office area. Large double garage for tinkering or storage. Clean family home in a great location just minutes away from Fort Langley, schools, shopping, freeway access & Golden Ears bridge. $539,900

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NO STAIRS…. Save your knees and still have enough room for your RV and to play with your grandkids in the backyard! This 2220 sq ft rancher is nestled on a quiet ¼ acre lot in Murrayville. The home is very neat and tidy and ready to move in! Well laid out with a huge kitchen and family room area for all of the family as well as 3 bedrooms. The garage is oversize at 25 x 27 with an over size door for your truck as well as lots of room for toys. For a private appt. please call Bob Kalo.

20867 - 48 Ave. Langley Warm 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom rancher. Neighbourhood amenities for the young and old include: Langley Seniors Centre; Newlands Golf Course; and City Park with the Al Anderson outdoor pool, waterpark, music school, and connection to nature trail system. Quiet, no-thru lane in back provides for local parking, easy RV parking, and a perfect location for kids/grandkids to safely ride bikes. Pictures & info at

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112 250 Schoolhouse Street, Coquitlam. Wow, what an opportunity for the medical professional. This well staffed clinic has great potential for the hands on operator. The main focus is the hyperbaric chamber, with all other related medical professions on board in this clinic. Call today for more details on this incredible opportunity.

Great Location for a great price, lots of value in this property. 2084 Sqft 2 STOREY w/3 bedrooms up with large master with W/I closets and ensuite. Perfect for you and your family and feel comfortable knowing you're in a great community (Walnut Grove). This one shouldn't last long!

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#28 10045 154 St. Located in the well maintained “Heatherton”, this spacious 2050 sq. ft. end unit offers all the makings of the perfect family home. The main floor has kitchen with eating area, formal living room/dining room, vaulted ceilings and a bay window. Deck off the living room great for BBQ-ing and extra storage off the deck. Three bedrooms up with a large family room/fourth bedroom down. Private, gated and centrally located, just waiting for you to call it home! $379,000 Call Keith Setter 604-533-3491

20234 36B Ave. 1907 sq. ft. Brookswood basement home on a 1/4 acre lot. This great family home is located on a very quiet street. Has beautiful treed and private lot. Backyard faces south. Solarium upstairs with large cedar deck downstairs includes firepit. Storage shed under deck. House features laminate floors, small deck off the solarium, downstairs deck has gas bbq hookup, newer bathroom, 2 f/p’s, 2 bdrms up with room for third in bsmt. Enjoy the glass solarium as you overlook the treed yard. High efficiency furnace (5 yrs), H/W tank (2008), newe roof, double garage. Loads of parking for boats, trucks and RVs. Safe walk to elementary secondary schools, large park, George Preston Rec centre and transportation. Solarium forms part of the SF. Easy to show! $499,000


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24463 16th Ave. Langley This ideal horse property has two separate homes. Firstly, a 2,400 sq. ft. charming bsmt home with 3 bdrms, 2 bathrooms, feat rock f/p, lrg new sundeck overlooking the pastoral acreage. Bsmt mostly finished with bathroom, kitchen & rec rm. Outside is like an English country garden, has a circular driveway and workshop in front of the carport. Second home is 1332 sq. ft. rancher totally renovated, country kitchen, cozy family rm overlooking deck and garden, gorgeous bathroom with soaker tub, security system and a lrg rm off double carport for office or hobbies. A pleasure to show! Outside 2 barns (12 stalls). $1,500,000

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16917 Friesian Drive This luxurious 3801 sq. ft. custom built home on a 7104 sq. ft. property in Richardson Ridge was designed for entertaining. Main floor kitchen with large pantry opens to beautifully landscaped backyard with full sized pool surrounded by a stamped concrete patio. The hot tub and inground lighting allow for outdoor gatherings all year around. Upstairs boasts a master bedroom suite, complete with sunken tub, fireplace and so much more! Basement has theater room with full wet bar, large gym with separate weight area, Billiards room, guest bedroom and 3 piece bath complete with granite counters and 2 person steam shower. Home has 4 bedrooms/4 baths, radiant heated floors, high end built-in appliances and is located on a quiet street. Incregible value at this price! Located across from park. $739,000

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1826 sqft Professionally Finished Family Home hosts a Dreamers’ Kitchen w/granite counters, S/S appliances & Wine Fridge. The interior boasts craftsman style wainscoting throughout, crown moldings, hardwood floors (ash), custom wood blinds & slate bathrooms. Topped with a beautiful private backyard backs onto Redwoods Golf course with a massive deck & hot tub this area, at this price, in the home is top of the line! Don't miss your chance - call today!

Doug & Krista Gilbert



A must-see home located in the desirable community of Walnut Grove, perfect for a family, and walking distance to schools and parks. 4290 sqft of living space including 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms. Enjoy the summer in this air conditioned home with a gorgeous kitchen with Maple cabinets and granite counters.

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• United Nations Day was celebrated with a proposal to start a local United Nations Club. The idea was put forward by D.A.S. Lanskail, a former president of the U.N. Club at UBC. • The radio program, Town Meeting in Canada, was broadcast from Langley, attracting a crowd of about 800 to Langley High School. The topic of discussion was, “Are we getting the most in citizenship for our education dollar?”


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• Provincial Education Minister Weir agreed to meet with a Langley delegation to discuss the minister’s dismissal of Langley’s school board regarding a unilateral transfer of some teachers to other schools.

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• City council considered whether or not to rename Athletic Park as Douglas

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• Louise Barichello, a senior member of the Langley 4-H jersey calf club, gathered in five awards at the annual Langley agricultural achievement awards banquet at Murrayville Community Hall.

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OCTOBER 23, 1980

• After a boom year in 1979 that saw nine people trying to fill three council seats, the current elections were beginning slowly — one set of nomination papers had been picked up at municipal hall thus far.

Twenty Years Ago

OCTOBER 24, 1990

• A 16-year-old former employee was charged in the $1-million arson fire that destroyed Lynnwood Boat Products in Fort Langley.

• City council planned to institute a $30 fine for errant cyclists who rode their bicycles on the sidewalks. • Aldergrove residents were offered an opportunity to choose extended telephone service, which would give toll-free access to most of the Lower Mainland. At the time, everything outside Langley and Abbotsford was long distance.

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OCTOBER 24, 2000

• It was feared that a body discovered at Alouette Lake in Golden Ears Park might be that of Heather Thomas, a little girl who had gone missing from her Cloverdale home several weeks earlier. She had been the subject of a massive, ongoing search effort.

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• With the identity of the Alouette Lake body confirmed, police increased their patrol presence around Langley schools, and began an intensive search for the Cloverdale girl’s murderer.

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Fundraising Halloween photos In exchange for a food bank donation, get a kids Halloween photo, 9:30am-12:30pm on Oct. 30, at 22099 45th Ave. Info: Rima, 604-510-5088.

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Event planners The Fraser Valley Event Planners Association monthly meeting is Oct. 26, 7pm at Barnes Harley-Davidson. Info:


Seniors Langley Seniors Resource Society 20605 51B Ave. Sharing and Caring Socials (12:30pm, $3 drop-in fee): Oct. 28: Reflexology and massage Nov. 4: Make a snowman ornament

Support Al-Anon Family Groups If someone else’s drinking is affecting you, AFG can help. Info: 604-688-1716, or www. Alzheimer Society of B.C. Support, information and education about Alzheimer’s and related dementias available at #102 - 20316 56 Ave. Info: 604-533-5277. Free teleconference on safety starts noon on Oct. 28. Info: 1-866-396-2433 or balancED The support group for women with eating disorders is resuming in November and meets for 10 weeks. Run by a registered psychiatric nurse. Registration and info: charmainesgroup@ Hominum The Hominum Fraser Valley chapter is a support and discussion group to help gay, bi- or

questioning men. The next meeting is Oct. 29. Info: Don, 604-329-9760, or Art, 604-4629813.

Volunteers Voluntees needed The Ishtar Transition Housing Society is looking for donation room volunteers. Training provided. Flexible daytime shifts. Info: Debbie, 604-534-1011 or

Other Blood donor clinics Call 1-888-2-DONATE for an appointment. Oct. 26: 1-8pm Murrayville Hall, 21667 48th Ave. Oct. 31: 9:30am-4:30pm Cloverdale Catholic Parish Centre, 17475 59th Ave. Nov. 6: 10am-4:30pm Walnut Grove Lutheran Church, 20530 88th Ave. Family grape stomp The Monster Mash and Fall Release party is noon-5pm on Oct. 31. Families welcome. Grape stomping all day with the competition at 2pm. Facepainting. Costume parade at 3:30pm. Pumpkin decorating. Food sales by the Make or Break Art Foundation. Wine tastings for adults. Live music.

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Refueler reaches milestone

The quantity of fuel a local company delivers coast to coast has topped 3/4 of a billion litres a year, and growing, all in an effort to be more environmentally friendly. 4Refuel is an onsite refueling and fueling management company based in Langley, and contrary to a story Ecofriendly milestone marked, published in the Friday, Oct. 15 edition of the Langley Advance this firm distributes to almost every major city in Canada, and has been working in the U.S. for the past two years.

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Jock scraps

Eagles hand Chiefs pair of weekend losses Langley Chiefs rookie forward Austin Plevy carried the puck away from the boards – and Coquitlam Express defenceman Jason Grecica – Thursday at the Langley Events Centre. The Chiefs clipped the Express 4-3 in overtime.

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The Surrey Eagles were a pain in the Langley Chiefs’ collective hindquarters over the past couple of days. The Eagles completed a weekend sweep over the Chiefs with a 6-4 win Sunday at South Surrey Arena. The Eagles – who defeated the Chiefs by a 5-3 count the night before at the Langley Events Centre (LEC) – got the game winner off the stick of Bradley McGowan with 2:04 remaining in regulation time. McGowan’s goal snapped a 4-4 tie. The Eagles sealed the win by scoring an empty-netter with 50 seconds to go in the contest. Trace Strahle (16 seconds after the puck was dropped to start the game) and Kit Sitterley put the Chiefs ahead 2-0 in the first period. The Eagles tied the game at 2-2 with a pair of late, firstperiod goals. Matt Ius and Darnell Dyck also scored for the Chiefs. The Chiefs, who saw their record drop to a still-impressive 12-4-0-2, share top spot in the British Columbia Hockey League’s Coastal Conference. The Chiefs and Powell River Kings each have 26 points. ••• The Eagles scored the final three goals of the game, including the only two of the third period, during a 5-3 win over the Chiefs Saturday at the LEC. The Chiefs led 3-2 at one point of the second period, and the teams entered the final frame locked in a 3-3 tie. Brandon Thompson and Sitterley (in the opening frame), and Brad McBride scored for the Chiefs, who were outshot 40-32 through three periods. ••• Thursday at the LEC, centre Josh Myers scored the game winner 4:23 into the first over-

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time period to lift the Chiefs to a 4-3 win over the Coquitlam Express. After spotting the Express a 1-0, first-period lead, the Chiefs responded with goals from Tim Daly and Sitterley in the second period to move ahead 2-1 after 40 minutes of play. Coquitlam tied the game about seven minutes into the final frame, before Langley’s Kody Dhaliwal found the net at the 17:18 mark of the third to put his team ahead 3-2. Thirty-three seconds after Dhaliwal’s goal, the Express’s Paul De Jersey knotted the score at three goals apiece. The Chiefs outshot the Express 44-22 on the night. ••• The Chiefs play the Clippers in Nanaimo Friday, and then back-to-back against the Kings in Powell River Saturday night and Sunday afternoon.

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On Sunday, Canada’s national ringette team, including Langley centre Jenn Wakefield, left for Finland, where it will compete in the world championships.

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The 2010 World Ringette Championships taking place in Tampere, Finland, includes teams from Canada, Finland, Sweden, and the United States. Finland is the defending world champion, after having downed Canada at the 2007 world championships, which were held in Ottawa. Wakefield is the lone B.C.’er on the national squad.

Gators’ runners excel

The Walnut Grove Gators dominated the Langley District high school cross country championships at Aldergrove Lake. The Gators topped all teams in the 13-year-old girls, 14-15 boys, 14-15 girls, 16-17 boys, and 16-17 girls categories. Langley Fundamental Middle School had the top 13-year-old boys squad. Top-three runners in each division were as follows. 13-year-old girls 1st Cyrena Timmins, Walnut Grove 2nd Chelsea Bone, Walnut Grove 3rd Alix Johnson, D.W. Poppy 14-15 girls 1st Georgia Ellenwood, LSS

2nd Dallas Tilley, Walnut Grove 3rd Taylor Gillis, Walnut Grove 16-17 women 1st Ashley Windsor, Walnut Grove 2nd Jade Vaughan, Walnut Grove 3rd Meg Harradine, Walnut Grove 13-year-old boys 1st Nick Colyn, Langley Christian 2nd Grant Nataros, Langley Fundamental Middle 3rd Ben van den Boogaard, Brookswood 14-15 boys 1st Max Proske, Walnut Grove 2nd Adam Marshall, Brookswood 3rd Eli Kastelein, Langley Christian 16-17 boys 1st Sean Burnett, Walnut Grove 2nd Braeden Donnelly, Walnut Grove 3rd Stuart Ellenwood, LSS “There [were] several athletes who exceeded expectations,” Gators coach Don Sparks said. “[Junior girl] Katie Ussher

ran really well, as well as Jade Vaughan, Sean Burnett, Martin Allen, and Rebecca Lindsay. It was a great meet for us.”

Spartans fall by four

The Trinity Western men’s ice hockey team has hit the skids. The Spartans dropped their third British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League game in a row Friday night, losing 5-1 to Simon Fraser at the Langley Events Centre. The defending BCIHL champion Clan from Burnaby came into the Spartans’ barn and took control right from the opening puck drop. SFU held the shot advantage – by the final horn it was 35-24 – the possession advantage, and, in what matters, the scoreboard advantage. “We took the hits and made most of the plays but we let them get under our skin and we can’t, as a team and as a unit… start running around,” said Spartans coach Dwayne Lowdermilk. “Out of the 24 shots we had, we had some good shots but you still can’t win games when you get outshot 3524.” The loss drops TWU’s record to 1-3-0, as SFU lifts to 2-2-0. Notable mention goes to TWU goalie JP Chapman who made 26 saves, including some of the remarkable variety, in his 40 minutes of play to keep the game close until the end.

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The Trinity Western University men’s soccer team fell 5-4 to the University of Victoria Vikes Sunday afternoon and as a result has dropped to fifth place in the Canada West standings. The loss drops the Spartans to 5-4-3 (18 points). Trinity Western now trails third place Calgary by five points and fourth place Saskatchewan by two points. The Spartans now need to have a quality final two results in next weekend’s final matches of the season in order to make the postseason. continued on page A24…

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13-year-old girls 1st Cyrena Timmins, Walnut Grove, 12:59.10 2nd Chelsea Bone, Walnut Grove, 13:08.80 3rd Alix Johnson, D.W. Poppy, 13:29.50 4th Rebecca Lindsay, Walnut Grove, 13:31.80 5th Sydney Lamborn, Walnut Grove, 14:04.90 6th Mhirani MacCullum, Brookswood, 14:38.30 7th Austyn Jarvis, H.D. Stafford Middle, 14:58.20 8th Darien Mackay, H.D. Stafford Middle,15:43.30 9th Allissa Tubbs, D.W. Poppy, 16:31.90 10th Alicia Flores, D.W. Poppy, 18:04.60 7 11th Julia Wright, Walnut Grove, 18:15.10 14- 15-year-old girls 1st Georgia Ellenwood, Langley, 16:02.00 2nd Dallas Tilley, Walnut Grove, 17:02.40 3rd Taylor Gillis, Walnut Grove, 17:27.30 4th Katie Ussher, Walnut Grove, 17:41.50 5th Allison Giesbrecht, Brookswood, 18:53.60 6th Sydney Fernandes, R.E. Mountain, 19:04.50 7th Megan Notting, Walnut Grove, 19:14.10 8th Claire Cook, D.W. Poppy, 19:18.50 Jolie Roiseux, D.W. Poppy, 19:28.90 10th Brenna Cullen, Walnut Grove, 19:31.50 11th Emily Watt, D.W. Poppy, 20:18.80

Langley Cribbage League Scores as of Oct. 21 Harmsworth 23, Willoughby 13 F. Langley 19, Murrayville 17 Milner 19, Langley 17 League standings Murrayville 78, Harmsworth 78, Milner 73, Langley 72, Fort Langley 72, Willoughby 59

12th Kim Kelly, Walnut Grove, 20:25.10 13th Boychuk, Shiral, Walnut Grove, 20:46.60 14th Zoe Welliver, R.E. Mountain, 23:07.90 15th Vada Hayes, R.E. Mountain, 23:57.70 16- 17-year-old girls 1st Ashley Windsor, Walnut Grove, 15:52.40 2nd Jade Vaughan, Walnut Grove, 16:36.60 3rd Meg Harradine, Walnut Grove, 17:01.20 4th Andrea Robinson, Walnut Grove, 17:32.30 5th Sam Gilles, Walnut Grove, 18:17.30 6th Danica Matson, Walnut Grove, 18:46.90 7th Maya ZenZen, Langley, 20:23.50 8th Lindsey O’Brien, Walnut Grove, 22:05.20 13-year-old boys 1st Nick Colyn, Langley Christian, 11:06.70 2nd Grant Nataros, Langley Fundamental Middle, 12:07.90 3rd Ben van den Boogaard, Brookswood, 12:09.10 4th Jude Klassen, Langley Fundemental Middle, 12:23.90 5th Michael Pratt, Brookswood, 12:33.50 6th Martin Allen, Walnut Grove , 12:46.50 7th Ben Demian, Walnut Grove, 12:47.60 8th Corey Reid, Betty Gilbert, 13:03.809 9th Aiden Daniell, D.W. Poppy, 13:04.90 10th Jacob Marshall, Langley Fundamental Middle, 13:07.50 11th Devin Rollinson, Betty Gilbert, 13:19.80 12th Rhea Nathan, Walnut Grove, 13:28.80 13th Ryan Marno, D.W. Poppy, 13:43.80 14th Josh Kuwcka, Langley Christian, 14:19.60 15th Tami Alatrash, Walnut Grove, 14:20.00 16th Daxton Ronse, Langley Fundamental Middle, 14:25.30 17th Nathan Dahl, Betty Gilbert, 14:35.60 18th Taylor Mussche, Langley Christian, 14:41.50 19th Max Lawry, D.W. Poppy, 15:34.50 20th Sean Donnelly, Walnut Grove, 16:37.70 21st Colin Jamieson, D.W. Poppy, 17:31.50 22nd Colin Birkhiem, R.E. Mountain, 19:41.20 14- 15-year-old boys 1st Max Proske, Walnut Grove, 18:35.80 2nd Adam Marshall, Brookswood, 18:36.50 3rd Eli Kastelein, Langley Christian, 19:01.70 4th James Lam, Walnut Grove, 19:35.60 5th Lucas Hodgson, Walnut Grove, 19:59.40 6th Chris Curran, Walnut Grove, 20:33.00 7th Jim Harradine, Walnut Grove, 21:09.00 8th Richard Torres, Walnut Grove, 21:42.30 9th Alex Miller, Walnut Grove, 21:45.50 10th Jared Campbell, Langley Christian, 22:06.00 11th Elliot Carlson, Walnut Grove, 22:15.00 12th Peter Howatt, Walnut Grove 13th Brandon Drake, Walnut Grove, 23:20.30 14th Michael Miller, D.W. Poppy, 23:52.40

15th Juan Camacho, Langley Christian, 24:05.90 16th Andrew Palmer, Walnut Grove , 25:45.90 17th Brandon Fortune, D.W. Poppy, 26:43.70 18th Devin Stone, D.W. Poppy, 26:44.10 19th Zak Beitel, Langley Christian 38:07.40 16- 17-year-old boys 1st Sean Burnett, Walnut Grove, 20:55.90 2nd Braeden Donnelly, Walnut Grove, 1:47.80 3rd Stuart Ellenwood, Langley, 22:01.40 4th Jesse Lynch, Langley Fundamental Middle, 22:23.10 5th Justin Mazey, Walnut Grove 22:23.60 6th Del Muench, D.W. Poppy, 22:41.40 7th Cole Parker, Walnut Grove, 23:18.30 8th Matt van den Boogaard, 23:36.60 9th Jack Tsai, Walnut Grove, 24:06.40 10th Will Tsai, Walnut Grove, 24:15.70 11th Dustin Annett, D.W. Poppy, 24:52.60 12th Ryan Warzel, Walnut Grove, 24:58.60 13th Adam Osborne, Brookswood, 25:02.40 14th Rob Matier, Walnut Grove, 25:34.40 15th Stephen Kaita, Brookswood, 25:54.60 16th Colin Russell, R.E. Mountain, 25:57.40 17th Travis Fortune, D.W. Poppy, 26:14.60 18th James Rourke, D.W. Poppy, 27:36.30 19th Bryce Minke, Langley Christian, 28:48.10 20th Derek Muxworthy, Walnut Grove, 28:54.80 21st Adrian Schuerhaus, D.W. Poppy, 28:59.10 22nd Austin Smith, D.W. Poppy, 29:00.00 23rd Eric Benett, Eric, R.E. Mountain, 29:58.70 24th Matt McDonald, D.W. Poppy, 30:13.70 25th Alex Hannaford, unattached, 31:30.20 26th Daniel Adimora, R.E. Mountain 31:47.40 27th Philip Kim, Langley Christian, 36:21.00 Team Scores 13-year-old boys 1st Langley Fundamental Middle 2nd Walnut Grove 3rd Langley Christian 4th Betty Gilbert Middle 5th D.W. Poppy 13-year-old girls 1st Walnut Grove 2nd D.W. Poppy 14-15 boys 1st Walnut Grove 2nd Langley Christian 3rd D.W. Poppy 14-15 girls 1st Walnut Grove 2nd D.W. Poppy 3rd R.E. Mountain 16-17 boys 1st Walnut Grove 2nd D.W. Poppy 3rd Brookswood 4th R.E. Mountain 16-17 girls 1st Walnut Grove


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Langley United technical director Mark Parker has joined the national U17 men’s soccer team trying to qualify for next summer’s U17 World Cup in Mexico. Parker has been added to the team’s staff for its fall qualifying development camp in Florida and Jamaica from Oct. 22 to Nov. 2. Parker left Friday for the camp’s first stage that will be held in Sunrise, Fla.

While in Florida, the team will play two international friendlies against the U.S. U17 team. The first match will be held today (Tuesday) at the world-renowned IMG Academy in Bradenton. The second game will be held two days later in Sunrise. The team will then depart for Montego Bay in Jamaica where it will play two international matches against the Jamaican Under-17 national team on Oct. 31 and Nov. 2. These games will be used as a warm-up for the FIFA Under-17 World Cup CONCACAF qualification tournament to be held Feb. 12-28 in Jamaica.

The U17 World Cup is in Mexico from June 18 to July 10. The final and third place games will be held at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. “Mark Parker’s selection to the CSA U17 staff is an honour for Langley United,” said Betty Boucas, president of Langley United Youth Soccer Association. “Coaching is the foundation of Langley United and in future we want more and more of our coaches to be highly sought after for appointment to representative teams at the regional, provincial and national level. We will continue to develop in-house and seek out highly experienced coaches to join our coaching staff as we build the club.”

Spartans fighting for playoff lives on Sunday afternoon in Saskatoon.

…continued from page A22 “It was a bitterly disappointing loss. We are missing six starters, but we completely outplayed them, but were unable to outscore them,” TWU head coach Pat Rohla said. “We’re not dead, we now have to go on the road next week and get two results.” Garrett Peters, Shawn Parkes, Andre Costa, and James Farenhorsts scored for the Spartans, who play the University of Alberta Golden Bears Saturday afternoon in Edmonton and then the University of Saskatchewan Huskies

TWU tops tourney

The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team swept the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 25-15, 25-12, and 25-17 to win the West Coast Classic Tournament Sunday afternoon at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. “We played outstanding. I’m really proud of the girls. They showed a lot of composure and put a lot of pressure on Saskatchewan and did

not let up,” TWU head coach Ryan Hofer said. “It shows what we can do when we put all the pieces together and it is a great confidence builder as we head into next weekend against UBC.” The tournament concluded with TWU in top spot, Saskatchewan in second, UBC in third, and Regina rounding the teams out in fourth. The Spartans will begin the Canada West season next week when they travel to Vancouver to battle the University of British Columbia on Friday and Saturday night.

Games will be played at War Memorial Gym. ••• Led by Kara Jansen Van Doorn’s 10 kills, five digs, four aces and three blocks the Spartans swept the University of Regina Cougars in three sets in the West Coast Classic Saturday at the Langley Events Centre. The Spartans controlled the match for the most part as the topped the Cougars by set scores of 25-19, 25-20, and 25-23. Also contributing for the Spartans were Alicia Perrin with six kills at 40 per cent efficiency, Chelsea Hudson with 25 set assists and Andrea Ball with six digs.

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Houses - Rent

3 BDR, 1.5 Bath, RENOVATED, Top floor of House. Insuite Lndry, $1300 includes utilities. Nov. 1. 604 812 9550

CLAYTON HEIGHTS 3 BR & Den, all appls, dbl garg. $1895. NS/NP. Av Now 1. 604-448-2170 CLAYTON HILLS Mechanic’s Dream 3 BR Rancher on 1/2 acreage, 7150-182nd St, lrg workshop. $1400, np/ns, Refs. Avail Now. Joe 604-721-5121 FT LANGLEY Rancher, View, 3 BR 6 appls, 2 ba, f/p, rec rm, garg, acerage. $1890. 604-657-4070

IF YOU have a small downpayment, I have a nice home for you. Less than perfect credit okay. Call 778-389-2649


Suites/Partial Houses

LANGLEY, SOUTH. 36/197. 1200sf Grnd level, 3 BR, Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, gas f/p, storage, Avail now. 9am-9pm daily ★ 604-539-2533

LANGLEY, WALNUT Grove. 1 BR, f/bath, d/w, private laundry. Ns/np. $750/mo incl hydro, cable & internet. Nov 1st. 778-999-9133 SPACIOUS TWO bdrm. bsmt. suite in Murrayville, Langley. Fully reno’d bath & kitchen. new paint, carpet & mouldings throughout. In suite laundry & plenty of storage. Located close to park, school and shopping center. Call Tim for details (604)996-4488

WALNUT GROVE Modern 1 BR bsmt ste in new home, laminate flrs, in-suite w/d, $750 incls utils, Avail Dec 1st. 778-580-5565 LANGLEY, 6884 Glover Road. 4 BR, 3 level house, w/d, big yard, $1600/mo. Immed. 604-537-7766

LANGLEY, OTTER area. Large, private 1 BR rancher on 6 acres. W/d. $1,050/mo incl hydro/gas. Ns/np. Dec 1st. 604-856-9295 LANGLEY WILLOUGHBY 76/216 3 br house on 2.5 acres, w/d, horse barn, riding area. Suit for horse stabling, complete reno 4 yrs ago. 1 yr lease. Oct 1. $2,700. Doug 604-607-8888 STOP RENTING-RENT TO OWN ● No Qualification - Low Down ● CHILLIWACK - 9557 Williams, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, cozy HOUSE on 49x171’ lot, excellent investment property in heart of town..... $888/M SURREY- 6297 134 St. Solid 7 Bdrm HOUSE w/3 bdrm suite on 1/4 acre lot with views... $1,488M WHITE ROCK - 15532 Madrona Dr 3 bdrm, HOUSE, quiet st, huge yard, dble garage, 2 yr old roof....$1,688M Call (604)812-3718 or (604)786-4663



Walnut Grove Room above detached garage, priv entry, micro, toaster oven, hot/plt, fridge, net. Share bathrm. Non-smoker. N/P. Female only $375. 604-780-0777


Suites/Partial Houses

WILLOUGBY, NEW 2 BR, own W/D. Av now. $950 incls utls, cbl, net. N/S & N/P. 604-514-9302 WILLOUGHBY HTS 1 BR bsmt, Avail Nov 1, central heating & a/c, shared w/d, n/s, no dogs, cat ok, $800 incls utils. Call Brent or Tanya 604-532-6452 lve msg

WILLOUGHBY HTS, Lrg 2 BR bsmt , Avail Nov 1st, exc location, cls to all ammens, $1150 incls cbl, utils, intenert, w/d, 604 530-7469


Townhouses Rent

LANGLEY: 5255-208 St. 4 BR updated townhouse, 1.5 baths, w/d, d/w, f/p, covered patio. Small family complex. By shops & schools. $1350/mo. Avail now. 604-939-2729 or 778-285-0096 LANGLEY, Walnut Grove 208/96. Full FURNISHED, 3 BR, 1400sf, like new, all appls. Avail now. $2000 incls ph, cable, utls. NS/NP. Murray 604-298-2774

MILNER 21755-61 Av. 2 BR T/H in unique country setting on 3 acres, f/yrd. 4 appls. $1020. N/S. Small pet ok. 604-856-6967


Warehouse/ Commercial


Excellent warehouse space for

2BDRM LEGAL suite, full bath, heat, hydro, full cable, fridge, stove, d/w, shared lndry, huge patio, n/p n/s, $775.00 Avail Nov.1st, Call:1-778-998-4850

LANGLEY small whse, $895/mo. Willowbrook hobby/storage shop $595/mo. 604-834-3289

lease. 1760SF on Industrial Ave. 604-603-9584 or 604-309-3939

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


Duplexes - Rent

ALDERGROVE, New Renovated 2 BR semi detached Duplex, fridge/stove, hookup for washer/ dryer, lrg fenced yard. Av Nov 1. 9am-9pm daily ★ 604-539-2533

CLAYTON VILLAGE. Spac 1 BR bsmt. F/bath, priv w/d, blinds. Nice area! Ns/np. $900/mo incl hydro/cbl. Nov 1st. 604-575-4640

CLOVERDALE. Newer, clean 1 BR. $650 incl hydro/cable/internet. Ns/np. Now. 604-576-5832

Renting or buying, we’ve got what you’re looking for.

Body Work

ABBOTSFORD Seniors $65/1hr full body. Swedish massage Jade/Kelly $80 & up, in/out (604) 854-0599



DATING SERVICE. Long-Term/ Short-Term Relationships, FREE CALLS. 1-877-297-9883. Exchange voice messages, voice mailboxes. 1-888-534-6984. Live adult casual conversations-1on1, 1-866-311-9640, Meet on chatlines. Local Single Ladies. 1-877-804-5381. (18+) DENIED CANADA PENSION PLAN DISABILITY BENEFITS? The Disability Claims Advocacy Clinic can help. Call Allison Schmidt at 1-877-793-3222.

Lawn & Garden

Fall Services



Yard Clean-ups • Hedges Pruning • Gutters • Aeration Lawn Mowing Christmas Lights Rubbish Removal


CLAIRE’S QUALITY Cleaning. Residential, strata & apt. Free est. 10% seniors’ disc. 778-686-0495



Computer Services



• Removal & Replace • Free Disposal • Free Estimates • Quality Guaranteed • Fully Insured • Commercial / Residential

LMD Ltd. 604-540-6567 Need CONCRETE Done? NEED concrete HELP? We take care of your concrete projects from Start to Finish! Driveways, Patios, Sidewalks, Garages, Re-Surfacing & more. No Limit Concrete Chris • 778-552-8537



K. C. DRYWALL Complete Drywall Services. Call 604-533-2139




“More than just mowing!”

310-JIMS (5467) Book a job at:


Painting/ Wallpaper

Tony’s Painting Interior & Exterior

All Work Guaranteed • Refs. Available

Cell 604-329-3802

INTERVAN PAINTING Painting Contractor • Res. / Comm. • New Construction • Re-paint Interior / Exterior We Provide the High-End Quality! Price Includes HST WCB Insured • Free Estimates Call Henry

778-288-4560 PRIMO PAINTING Interior & Exterior


We take care of it all!

❏ Septic Installation ❏ Servicing & Repairs ❏ Drainage ❏ Excavation



Renovations & Home Improvement

D.L. RENOVATIONS Home Improvement Specialist

Quality work Affordable Pricing

A SEMI-RETIRED Contractor specializing in renovations, available for work. Call 604-532-1710



#1 Roofing Company in BC All types of Roofing Over 35 Years in Business Call now & we pay ½ the HST




A North West Roofing Specialist in Re-Roofing & Repair, Free Est 10% disc, WCB, Liability Insured. Jag 778-892-1530





ALLEN Asphalt, concrete, brick, drains, foundations, walls, membranes 604-618-2304/ 820-2187



Rubbish Removal


Paving/Seal Coating



WE LOAD 604-242-4869 RUBBISH REMOVAL No job too small. Call Jim at 604-209-9998 or 604-514-9163

38/HR! Clogged drains, drips, garbs, sinks, reno’s, toilets, installs, Lic/Ins. 778-888-9184


ANVIL Plumbing & Heating Service and Renovations Call Jim • 604-657-9700

Free Est./Written Guarantee

No Hassle Quick Work Insured /WCB

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



Fully Experienced Crew Special Rates for Vacant Units

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



David 604-626-7351 35 years experience

Free Estimates

Contractor 20 yrs exp. Res/Com Bonded Lic # 101783 604-613-2466

8130 7005


CHOICE CARPET CLEANING Free Est.! Guaranteed Work! 604-897-6025, 778-688-0117

Paul • 604-897-2453

Downtown LANGLEY

CLAYTON HGHTS Coach Hse 1 BR, ALL appls, prkg. $800 incls utl. NS/NP. Av now 604-448-2170

Carpet Cleaning

1st Month’s Rent is FREE! 1 & 2 BDRM’S starts @ $675-$835/mo. Free hotwater, heat, basic cable, weight/game room, prkg, includes security. Please Call 604-530-6555 ★★★Must bring in this Ad to receive 1st Month FREE!


#1167 LIC Bonded. BBB, lrg & sm jobs, expert trouble shooter, WCB, low rates, 24/7. 617-1774.

1 BR bsmt ste Cloverdale, large, laminate. $650 incl utils/cable/ internet. Avail now. 604-417-2407

CLAYTON BEAUTIFUL Legal 2 BR ste, w/i closet in bsmt, extra lrg windows, lrg bath rm, incls d/w, microwave, w/d, sep ent, n/s, small pet neg, $1000 incls all utils, cbl & net. Nov 1. 604-671-6666


Onsite Computer Repair FREE ESTIMATES Visa & M/card Call Chris 604-888-3818 SRY, Cedar Hills. 2 BR, full bath. Ns/np, no laundry. $675/mo incl hydro. Immed. 604-584-6921




European Tile Setter. Swimming pool marble, slate, hardwood, lam tile. Call Roman, 604-722-8432

Planning on RENOVATING?

Planning on RENOVATING?

Dependable Home & Yard Repair & Maintenance. No job too small Free estimates. ★ 604-533-5256



mini & BIG Bobcats mini Excavator

Fits through yard gates − under 3 feet wide! Remove old grass, Ditching, Drainage, Moving materials ... ✔We’ll do it! ✔Great rates! Paul • 604-897-2453

Danielson’s Landscaping • Hedge trimming • Arbours • Water Features • Fences • Cedar Decks • Allen Blocks • Wood Retaining Walls • Interlocking Pavers


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Auto Miscellaneous

$0 DOWN & we make your 1st payment at auto credit fast. Need a vehicle? Good or Bad credit call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599. DLN 30309


NEED A VEHICLE? No Credit? Bad Credit. Cars - Trucks - SUVs. Good credit or bad credit. Guaranteed to Drive. 1-877-734-9242. Apply online


Scrap Car & Truck Removal


Scrap Car Removal

CASH FOR ALL VEHICLES! No Wheels? No Problem!



$$ MONEY $$


We Pay Up To $500 Cash For Some Scrap Cars, Trucks & Machinery. FREE PICK-UP No Wheels - No Problem!

604 612-7182 1997 GRAND AM, 4 dr, auto, fully loaded, sea green, 157kms, runs very well, $2500, 604-462-9306

Aarrow Recycling

• Auto • Trucks • Equipment Removal

$ CASH $

We pay up to $300 cash




CLEAN CARS D.J. Auto Market 535-0100

604-790-3900 OUR SERVIC E

FREE SCRAP car & truck removal. Top $$ paid for all. No wheels - no problem. 604-761-7175

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


Sport Utilities/ 4x4’s/Trucks

1990 GMC 6000, single axel Dumptruck (hold 7yds), diesel, $9300, call Rene 604-841-4662


Sports & Imports

1996 HONDA Accord, sedan, good cond, silver, 270K, reliable, $3900 obo, 604-783-7475 1997 VW Cabrio, 165K, 5sp, 2.0 litre, 4 cyl, reliable, great on gas, $4100 obo, 604-374-0381 2005 TOYOTA ECHO, 2 dr, hatchback, auto, silver, 65k, clean, $5300 Firm. 604-538-9257

guide to

accredited collision repairs...

Allstar Collision Services Ltd. 19574 – 60 Ave., Surrey, B.C. V3S 8E2 Ph: 604-539-2828 Fx: 604-539-2830


The right place for quality.

Craftsman Collision Ltd.


#12-19335 Langley By Pass, Langley, B.C. Ph: 604-534-7434 Fx: 604-534-3600 Contact: Charile Neuburger 17 Locations to Serve You. FREE Air Miles Travel Miles.


Motorcycles/ Dirt Bikes

PUT POWER into your career! As a Fairview Power Engineer. Oncampus boiler lab. 4th Class-Part A 3rd Class. Affordable residences. GPRC Fairview Campus. 1-888-999-7882;






Scrap Car Removal

Dirty Bird





WANT A VEHICLE BUT STRESSED ABOUT YOUR CREDIT? Last week 18 out of 21 applications approved! We fund your future not your past. Any Credit. Want a VISA? or 1-888-208-3205.


Scrap Car Removal


Pays $150 minimum for Full-Size Complete Vehicles. Free Removal! 2-Hr. Service in Most Areas

2006 HONDA Civic DX Coupe $11,900. Auto, dark blue, PWR Locks/Windows, heated mirrors, digital dash, 4 new tires, new brakes. Honda Serviced. NO Accidents. 100k. Great on gas, +extras. Coq. ★ 604-868-3128



Call 778-316-3217

Scrap Car Removal

Gold Key Body Shop 19545, No. 10 Hwy., Langley, B.C. Ph: 604-534-7431 Contact: Richard Young Fax your claim to: 604-534-6910

Factory trained technicians. Courtesy Cars Available.

AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Minimum $100 cash paid for full sized vehicles. 604-518-3673

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

2010 KIA Sedona Van, Loaded, 7 pass. Org 300km! Sr lady driven. Silver. $30,000. 778-960-8406

Kirmac Collision Services

2010 RAV4

#104-19992 Fraser Hwy., Langley, B.C.

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North Shore News, Burnaby Now, Abbotsford/Mission Times, Vancouver Courier, or Chilliwack Times, Surrey Now Delta Optimist, Ricmond News Langley Advance, Coquitlam Now, New West Record Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Times


• 3 lines of text • 4 consecutive issues • add a photo for $10 • 3 lines of text • 4 consecutive issues lines of text $9/line • extra • add a photo for $10

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Cash Discount


2500 $ 23,655 $

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per month With $0 down payment

factory financing

Ph: 604-533-9552 Ask for Brian or Kevin #6-19875 96th Ave., Walnut Grove, B.C. Ph: 604-513-2335 Ask for Mike

Preston Collision Centre 20091 Logan Ave., Langley, BC Ph: 604-532-4597 Fx: 604-532-4589 Contact: Gord Lynch


2010 YARIS SEDAN % 0factory

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up to down payment matching

Affordably priced Yaris is available with a trunk or as a hatchback with either 3 or 5 doors.

We use water-based paints. “Simply the Best”.

Sunshine Auto Body Ltd. 20370 Logan Ave., Langley, BC

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Canadian Black Book®

Toyota Toyot aTown

Your Local Quality Assured Collision Centre. Serving Langley since 1975.


The 2010 Corolla lavishes attention on your safety. Corolla features six standard airbags, ABS antilock braking system and Electronic Brake-force Distribution with brake Assist. The built in Canada 2010 Corolla brings fuel efficiency to a whole new level.


Ph: 604-530-4810 Fx: 604-530-6912 Contact: Mike



Book your ad today!

20622 Langley Bypass, Langley • Visit for details.


Book your ad today!

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Power. Handling. Utility. Flexibility. Fuel Economy. No matter how you define performance the built in Canada Toyota Rav4 redefines it.



Offers apply to new 2010 models sold and delivered before October 31, 2010. Credit available to qualified buyers. Factory order may be required. Yaris offer applies to Yaris sedan with manual transmission. Corolla offer applies to a Corolla CE with manual transmission. Rav4 price is for a ZF4DVP AA model Rav4 lease is a 60 month lease of a model ZF4DVP AA with $0 down payment and $0 security deposit. 60 monthly payments of $330 are required. Total lease obligation is $19800. Lease end value is $9592. Lease rate is 3.5%. License insurance and taxes are not included. Retail financing cost of borrowing is dependent on amount financed.

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5-year/100,000 km Comprehensive Limited Warranty 5-year/100,000 km Powertrain Warranty 5-year/100,000 km Emission Warranty

live smart.

LANGLEY HYUNDAI 19459 Langley ByPass • 1-888-801-4099 TAXES, LICENSING OR APPLICABLE FEES EXTRA. “™ Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names and slogans are trademarks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp.”

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