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Police warn parents BY ALFIE LAU REPORTER

For the third time this year, the New Westminster school district and New Westminster Police Service are warning parents about a man lurking around local schools. On May 14, at 8:30 a.m., a young boy was walking to school at Lord Kelvin Elementary when he was approached by a male motorist on Hamilton Street. According to Sgt, Gary Weishaar, the boy was only one block from the school when the motorist drove up close to the boy and asked him if he wanted a ride to school. After the boy said “‘no”, the motorist drove off continuing eastbound on Hamilton Street. The boy reported the incident to school staff, who then called the police. The New Westminster police are looking for an early 1990s van, possibly a Dodge, with two doors that open at the rear, tinted windows and red curtains, racing type wheels, a broken tail light, and, a possible B.C. license plate containing the numbers 233-x9. The motorist is described as a Caucasian male, approximately 40 to 50 years old, who was wearing a black toque and had some facial hair. The incident comes on the heels of two other similar incidents around local schools. In mid-April, school district superintendent John Woudzia sent a letter to parents about an incident that occurred near Herbert Spencer Elementary, during the ◗Warning Page 4


Flying high: A film crew practised hoisting a stunt person on Saturday during a rehearsal for an upcoming feature called Vampire. The film, by director Shunji Iwai, was using Begbie street as a staging area.

Mom questions May Day funds BY NIKI HOPE REPORTER

A Queensborough parent says money raised by school parent advisory councils would be better spent on educational materials than used to help fund May Day. “I get the tradition,” said Dana Babic, chair of the Queen Elizabeth Elementary parent advisory council. “(But) the money

that PACs raise should go toward enhancing students’ educational experience in school.” Babic learned about the cost of May Day when she started on with the parent council. That year marked the seventh time in 11 years that the May Queen came from that school. How it works is that every year, one girl from a New Westminster school is named

May Queen, and that school’s Grade 1 students are then the Royal Dancers. Those dancers traditionally wear special outfits – white shirts and navy pants for the boys and blue-and-white dresses for the girls. Last year, for 30 kids in Queensborough it cost about $1,500 for the Grade 1 outfits, Babic said. Along with the Grade 1 outfits, school ◗May Day Page 4


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The City of New Westminster will be hosting its annual Open House on Saturday, May 29th from 1:00 – 3:30 pm at City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue. Following the Hyack Parade, bring the whole family down to City Hall and see how your city works. This year we’re going green! Each department will highlight the various initiatives they’ve implemented to promote a greener and more sustainable community. The day will include lots of great “green” activities including games, crafts, displays, prizes, face painting, refreshments, and the opportunity to have your photo taken in the Mayor’s chair (please bring your own camera this year). Come discover your City Hall and see how we’re keeping our city green!

Date: May 22, 2010 Time: 10:00am to 8:00pm Location: Hyack Square and Westminster Quay 10:00 am Opening Ceremony at Hyack Square 11:00 am Opening Ceremony at Westminster Quay Boardwalk 10:00 pm Fireworks presented by Hyack Festival Association

New Westminster Celebrates the 140th May Day


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New Westminster City Council, New Westminster Board of Education and Hyack Festival Association proudly present the 140th May Day Celebration on Wednesday May 26, from 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 pm at Queen’s Park Stadium. This unique New Westminster event is the longest running May Day celebration in the commonwealth. School children from all over the city will gather at Queen’s Park Stadium for the crowning of the new May Queen, a tradition since 1870. As well, parts of the festivities include Folk Dances, May Pole Dances and Sport Events. The Ancient and Honourable Hyack Battery will fire a short salute in honor of May Day. Residents will hear a loud Sound Shell at 8:00 am on the morning of Wednesday, May 26th to signal this traditional event will take place. In case of inclement weather, May Day will be held indoors at Queen’s Park Arena. Listen for the Sound Shell and join the 140th May Day Celebration at Queen’s Park Stadium, located at the corner of First Street and Third Avenue, New Westminster.

Thursday, May 20 5:30 pm Community & Social Issues Committee Committee Room #2 Monday, May 24 No Council Meeting Wednesday, May 26 11:30 am May Day Queen’s Park Stadium

2010 Community Member Recruitment for Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees New Westminster City Council will consider appointments to the Child Care Grant Program Committee for the year 2010. This volunteer opportunity allows citizens to contribute their expertise, experience and ideas in relation to important community issues. City committees are created by the Mayor and Council to consider detailed information concerning specific issues and make recommendations to Council. By fulfilling this role, committees assist Council to perform its legislative function more effectively and efficiently. Committees operate with specific mandates set out in terms of reference or bylaws approved by Council. The purpose of the Child Care Grant Program Committee will be to encourage, review and make funding recommendations to City Council with regard to child care grants as specified in the Child Care Grant Program Guidelines. Two volunteers are needed for the Child Care Grant Program Committee to represent the community at large. If you wish to be considered for appointment to the Child Care Grant Program Committee, please submit your application and a personal resume of your background. Application forms are available online at or at City Hall. Applications must be received by email, fax 604-527-4594, mail, or hand-delivered to Legislative Services no later than Friday, June 4, 2010. For more information, please call Raman Grewal, Committee Clerk, at 604-527-4644 or email


By virtue of the Warehouseman’s Lien Act, the City of New Westminster Towing and Storage Service will dispose of the following vehicles by public auction to recover the towing, storage, legal and other costs associated with the disposal of each vehicle; 1993 Plymouth Grand Voyager Gray 1P4GH54R1PX717890 RO: Peterson, Wendy 1,744.97

1992 Honda Accord White RO: Shehadeh, Ali

JHMCB7651NC821597 1,641.21

1995 Nissan Maxima Brown RO: McFee, Barbara Jane

JN1CA21D9ST054912 992.09

1999 Dodge Caravan Gray RO: Mendoza, Gonzalez Alberto A

2B4FP2537XR383193 1,444.97

1992 Acura Integra White RO: Leppington, Patricia Kathleen

JH4DB1662NS803075 991.36

1991 Honda Civic White RO: Williams, Thomas Anthony Blane

2HGED634XMH018939 976.78

1994 Mazda 626ES Green RO: Fullerton, Tyler Jordan

2FTEF25Y6JCB20796 1,294.97

1984 Ford 2whdr White RO: Salewski, Heather Ann

1FDKE30L1EHC02517 1,422.64

2008 ATV Multicolor RO: Rai, Balraj Singh

L6FADEL048S016899 916.71

1988 Ford 2whdr Red RO: Vafaei, Shahla

2FTEF25Y6JCB20796 2,048.78

1994 Ford Escort White RO: Brow, Jay Michael

1FACP14J8RW279067 678.60

1996 Ford Taurus Green RO:Montgomery, Colin James

1FALP52U0TG287945 866.53

1991 Honda Accord Blue RO: Ho, Keith Pak

JHMCB7657MC820761 1,725.63

1991 Hyundai Scoupe Red RO: Seki, Tomoaki

KMHVE21J3MU016102 1,528.03

Plymouth Neon White RO: Howell- Laflamme, Betsy

3381771101568 347.86

Dodge Caravan Green RO: Isabel Webb

3VWAK01H6VM113424 910.55

1997 Ford Explorer Green RO: Bilton, Aaron John

1FMCU24XXVUC98685 1,719.96

Toyota Tacoma Blue RO: Rauk, Kyle

JT2EL31GXL0502716 2,614.67

1997 Jeep Cherokee Red RO: R C C Auto Sales Inc

1J4FJ682SVL601409 466.56

1994 Dodge Dakota Red RO: Collins, Kristoffer Michael

1B7GG26Y7RW144609 1,606.78

1993 Subaru Legacy Blue RO: Sabir Abdulrazzak Abeeb

4S3BC6337P9642679 559.97

Ubilt Trailer Black RO: Jackson, Anthony Hyman

1FDPR72P3HVA61327 1,722.71

1990 Acura Legend Green RO: Elm, Adam Derek

JH4KA3265LC800139 1,335.80

1990 Volkswagen Golf Gray RO: Waring-Jones, Peter

3VWFA01G7LM026371 409.50

Vehicles to be sold at Public Auction Saturday, June 12th, 2010 at 10:30 am at the City of New Westminster Towing & Storage Services compound located at 231 Ewen Avenue, New Westminster, BC V3M 5B3 by All City Auctioneers, 604-514-0194


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Parents will grade school trustees Parents are putting together their own report cards – complete with a grade – for school trustees. Former district parent council chair Margot Barton said she will provide the “report card” on trustee performance at the next board of education meeting. “The grade is based on attendance at parent council meetings,” Barton said. As well, the report cards will include comments from parents, she said. Members of school parent advisory councils, which represent schools, are giving the district parent advisory council feedback on trustee performance on their school’s trustee liaison. “We haven’t got all of the data from all of the schools,” Barton said last week. “Some people wanted to go back to confirm (their PACs grade).” The report cards are being done in response from a request that trustee Jim Goring made in the fall, Barton said. – By Niki Hope, staff reporter

Robber sought New Westminster police are looking for a man suspected in a violent robbery on Monday night. Just before 11 p.m., a 60year-old woman was walking home from work when a man approached her from behind in the 800 block of Fifth Street. The man grabbed the woman, knocking her to the ground and taking her cellphone. During the incident, the suspect dropped the aluminum baseball bat he had been carrying but did not use during the assault. The suspect started to walk away, but then decided to return to retrieve the bat. The woman started to yell for assistance, which caused the suspect to flee. The man is described as being 180 cm tall, 85 kilograms and wearing dark clothing and a hoodie, which was pulled over his head. The woman was not seriously injured in the attack. New Westminster police are continuing their investigation and asking anyone with information to contact them at 604-525-5411. – By Alfie Lau, staff reporter

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Old wheels: Brent Wisheart, deputy chief of operations, with one of the older trucks at the No. 1 fire hall. The department will be getting a new platform truck, possibly in November.

Aiming for a ‘flagship fleet’ BY THERESA MCMANUS REPORTER

New Westminster Fire and Rescue Service’s fleet could have a whole new look in the coming years. The department has approved a contract to Wholesale Fire and Rescue in Calgary for a 100-foot aerial platform truck that will be built by Pierce Manufacturing, a U.S.-based company that builds fire apparatus. The vehicle will replace the department’s existing ladder truck, the Quint. “It does have Quint capabilities. It’s a pumper, it’s a ladder truck, it has hoses,” said Brent Wisheart, deputy chief of operations. “It actually has a bucket on the end of it.” In 2009, city council approved the fire department’s request for an aerial platform unit. Chief Tim Armstrong said the fire department has been negotiating with two suppliers to see which one could offer the “best bang for the taxpayers’ buck” in terms of issues such as delivery time for the vehicle that will cost about $1.1 million. Delivery could have taken up to 14 months. “We are looking at November. That is why we chose this company,” Wisheart said about the delivery date. “The other bid was 14 months. Pierce has a big plant. They have one of the biggest plants in the world. They are able to do them a lot quicker.” The new vehicle will help establish a new

Laing became a member of the fire departand more consistent look for the fire department about 15 years ago, having spent the ment’s fleet. “I want a flagship fleet,” Armstrong said. previous 10 years working for a company that “Right now we have a mixed bag of equip- builds fire apparatus. “Joe Laing, we are fortunate to have him ment. Next year, we are turning 150.” Two of the fire department’s engine trucks because he built fire trucks before,” Armstrong said. “He knows the rigs and is very knowlwill soon be coming up for replacement. “Within the next five years, we will prob- edgeable about maintenance.” Laing said the replacement vehicle does ably replace the whole fleet,” Armstrong said. “The average lifespan of these trucks is around the same job as the Quint, but includes some 15 years. They are all well above that. The additional features that enhance safety, such as maintenance starts killing you. It is $40,000 for allowing firefighters to work from a platform, rather than a ladder. When responding to a transmission.” emergencies such as rescues, he While the city’s shop is said the platform will be able to able to handle some repairs to be repositioned in a safer, quicker fire trucks, major repairs have to be done elsewhere. For more video coverage manner than with the existing ladder truck. As part of the planning of this story, go to A staff report to council stated around replacing the existing that the advantages “cannot be ladder truck, the fire departoverstated” in regards to havment formed an apparatus committee that considered the department’s ing firefighters working from a platform, as opposed to holding on to or assisting someone needs for a platform vehicle. “We want to keep it ongoing for the future to climb on to and down a ladder. This applies fleet replacement,” Armstrong said. “They to the fire department’s response to fires, as well as emergencies such as people who work hard.” An apparatus committee comprised of fire- may be threatening to jump from the Pattullo fighter Joe Laing, Captain Les Gilbert, retired Bridge. Wisheart said the department will keep the assistant chief Bill Hannela and Martin Ryberg, the city’s manager of fleet services, spent hours Quint as a spare and as a training vehicle. That vehicle would also be available if two developing the final design and specifications for the request for proposals for the platform incidents requiring an aerial truck occurred vehicle. Armstrong and Wisheart have since at the same time or if both were needed for a major fire. joined the committee.


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City council: Coming soon to a computer near you? BY THERESA MCMANUS REPORTER

The City of New Westminster is seeking proposals from suppliers that could stream video from city council meetings. While Shaw Cable broadcasts city council’s regular council meetings, and is expected to continue doing so for the foreseeable future, the city is seeking recommendations/solutions about equipment needs to stream video from two meeting rooms at two separate times. Council holds committee of the whole meetings on Monday afternoons in a committee room at city hall, and then holds its regular council meetings those evenings in council chamber. The City of New Westminster has issued a request for proposals regarding the supply, installation and storage of a streaming video package.

Last year, city council directed staff to explore the cost and implications of videostreaming options. Staff sought information about the type of services available, and the implications on the city including the storage location for data, freedom of information and protection of privacy issues and information technology considerations. A staff report also stated that it’s desirable to consider the potential streaming of committee of the whole meetings, which are not televised. Staff noted that video streaming of committee of the whole meetings would supply the public with the fuller discussions that often occurs at those meeting. A staff report noted that video streaming of council meetings would mean people could access meeting videos at any time of the day or night. The city’s request for proposals closes on May 21.

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parent councils also give about $500, each year, to cover the cost for their school’s May Queen representative. After her experience last year, Babic said there needs to be better resources for new parent council members. “We were given no contact information either from the school district or the May Day committee … no collateral of information to explain what it means,” she said. “Gosh, this has been going on for 140 years, so you would think there would be a document of protocols. “At the end of the day, I’m frustrated over the lack of document protocols,” Babic said. “They said, ‘This is what we are going to do, now you figure it out.’ I think it should be an expense line in the Hyack budget.” The May Day costs are “a drop in the bucket for Hyack,” she said. “It’s an incredible strain on PACs.” In the end, donors came through for Queen Elizabeth last year. Former MLA Chuck Puchmayr and current MLA Dawn Black stepped up and made personal donations. The Kiwanis Club also gave $1,000 to help pay for the outfits. After last year’s experience, Babic sent two letters to the May Day committee, outlining her concerns, but received no

response. Wayne Williamson is one of the members of May Day committee. He said the committee doesn’t have a policy manual for May Day because there is no set-instone dress code for the Grade 1 students. The outfits have varied from year to year, he said. “Some have had simple components,” said Williamson, who is the principal for the school district’s distributed learning program. What students wear is “at the discretion of the schools,” he said. “We don’t have a direct background in what the Grade 1s wear,” he said. “It’s never been discussed at our level.” The May Day committee is involved in organizing the May Day festivities. May Day is being held on May 26 this year – the 140th year that the event has been celebrated in the Royal City. The event costs the school district $10,000 a year. “We don’t disagree that education is the priority, and we don’t want to see people be hurt in any way, shape or form,” said Williamson. Williamson said there should be a subcommittee, with parents on board, to make suggestions about whether there should be a May Day dress code for Grade 1s, what it should be and how to best fund it.

Warning: Man lurks outside schoolyard ◗ continued from page 1

lunch hour. “A young, nonCaucasian male in his late 20s, early 30s was observed leaning against his vehicle across the street from the school using his cellphone to take pictures of a group of Grade 4 and 5 female students on the school premises,” Woudzia’s letter says. “When school staff approached, the individual entered his vehicle and left the area.” The man is described as

clean-shaven, with dark, close-cropped hair, and approximately five feet 10 inches tall. He was wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans with sunglasses placed on top of his head. The vehicle is described as a late model, off-white, four-door sedan with B.C. licence plates. And in January, the police and school district investigated an incidnet near Lord Tweedsmuir Elementary when a man

tried to lure at student into his truck. According to Weishaar, school staff created an information flyer for students to take home to their parents and the police service’s school liaison officer regularly conducts stranger awareness discussions in each of the district’s elementary schools. Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to contact the New Westminster Police Service at 604-525-5411.

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Downtown Residents’ Association Meeting The Downtown Residents’ Association will meet on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at 7:00 pm in the Holy Trinity Cathedral Parish Hall, 514 Carnarvon Street. The meeting will include guest speaker Inspector Laurin Stenerson from the NW Police Service. Anyone interested in downtown New Westminster is welcome to attend and bring matters for discussion. This is our last meeting before our 10th Annual Community Barbecue and Street Festival, hosted by the Westcoast Genesis Society and the Downtown Residents on July 29th from 4 - 8 pm. Tickets are $5.00 and include a barbecue meal and soft drink, tours of Genesis House and the newly renovated Maria Keary Cottages, as well as an afternoon of fun and entertainment for adults and children. Tickets will be available at the meeting and we suggest you buy your tickets early to avoid lineups later.

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Boro gets all-wheel play area The all-wheel park destined for Queensborough will be located in Ryall Park. An all-wheel park is one where skateboarders, inline skaters, BMX cyclists and anyone else on non-motorized wheels can use it. Severalsiteswereconsidered for an all-wheel park, including the north end and the south end of Ryall Park, Thompson’s Landing Park (beneath the highway overpass structure) and a future neighbourhood park to be developed at Ewen Avenue and Derwent Way. Staff is recommending the north end of Ryall Park as the preferred site because of its access to transportation, central location in Queensborough, proximity to the community centre, schools and existing amenities. It’s also suitable from a geotechnical perspective. Under development assistance compensation deadlines, the project must be completed by December 2010. – By Theresa McManus, staff reporter

Soccer spat a tale of two royal cities BY ANDREW FLEMING REPORTER

Some members of a local soccer league think it’s a royal pain that a soccer camp based in Guelph, Ont. is setting up shop nearby this summer using a similar name to their own. The newly arrived Royal Soccer Club, an organization that offers soccer-themed day camps to children aged five to 13, has been sending out advertising flyers to local schools, and it has the nonprofit Royal City Youth Soccer Club crying foul. “It’s the name overlap and the confusion that’s the problem,” said Royal City club manager Karen Murray. “I don’t want to put them down, but we don’t know yet if they are a good organization or a bad organization, and it is our

name that will be affected.” In Ontario, where they’ve been operating since 1993, and now Alberta as well, the day camp is actually called the “Royal City Soccer Camp,” and at first the group asked the Royal City Youth Soccer Club for permission to keep the word “city” in their name when they expanded their operation into B.C. “The request was rejected by the executive due to the possibility of confusion, and our opinion was made known to the B.C. registrar’s office,” said Murray. As it turns out, the oldest city in British Columbia isn’t the only municipality in Canada known as the Royal City. While New West earned its own august alias after being named by none other than Queen Victoria herself, the City of Guelph (founded 31 years earlier)

was specifically designed to resemble a European city centre and is named after the German ancestral family of the reigning monarch of the time, King George IV. “I don’t understand why they are so upset because we don’t even operate in New Westminster,” said spokesperson Jeff Byers. “In the interest of trying to keep good relations, we asked permission from them. We want to retain a similar sounding name, and this one is legally deemed different. It would have been much easier and less expensive for us to continue using our non-profit name of Royal City Soccer Club, however, we paid the expense to create a less confusing name.” While the newcomers won’t be operating within New West boundaries, the group will nonetheless be offering nearly a dozen summer

camps in neighbouring Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, Coquitlam and Vancouver. And even though the Royal City Youth Soccer Club is a longstanding local league that only operates September to March, Murray says this is already causing a lot of unnecessary confusion for local residents. (The Record itself, for example, is guilty of accidentally sending an invoice to the Royal City club for a newspaper ad taken out by the Ontario organization.) “We are a club, which in my mind means something you join, while they are more of a daycare that offers soccer in the mornings and swimming in the afternoons,” she said. “We’ve put in a request with the registrar to have the name revoked. If they want to call themselves something like Royal Summer Club, we won’t have a problem.”

New group daycare proposed for West End A licensed group daycare with 50 spaces for children aged three to six years of age is proposed at the edge of the Brow of the Hill and West End neighbourhoods. The city has received an application to rezone 1408 Fifth Ave. to allow a daycare to open on a site adjacent to Riverside Park. The park will provide an outdoor play space for the centre, but a gymnasium is also planned for the facility

as it can be used during inclement weather. The site, which is currently vacant, requires a rezoning because it now only permits a maximum of eight child-care spaces. The applicant is proposing to rezone the site to a comprehensive development district, which is a zone created specifically for this property. A staff report notes that the building will be specifically

designed for a group daycare with an open classroom concept and ample natural lighting. Two classrooms will be located on the main floor, and a gymnasium will be located on the lower floor. “The facility will result in significant social and economic benefits to the city,” said a staff report. “It will assist children in all areas of child development, which will enhance school readiness and later

school success. It will also enable parents to work and to contribute to the local economy and will be a factor in the location and relocation decisions of families and businesses.” Having received first and second readings, council will hold a public hearing on the rezoning application on Monday, June 14 at 7:15 p.m. in council chambers. – By Theresa McManus

A06 • Wednesday, May 19, 2010 • The Record

For some, disaster is another diversion

While the world looks on in horror ing. over the ecological disaster unfolding For instance, the charges pending in the Gulf of Mexico, some folks are against Goldman Sachs, regarding quesactually breathing quiet sighs of relief. tionable trading practices that helped The millions of litres of the world – and especially the British Petroleum oil spewing United States – into an ecointo the waters and drifting nomic recession, have faded THE RECORD towards a fragile coastline, from view, as news focuses on destroying untold wildlife and the hundreds of thousands of habitat, are taking some of the negative litres that add to the oily disaster every media heat off others who have been day. squirming uncomfortably in the spotSome folks have had the temerity light over lesser tragedies of their makto suggest that our ongoing, made-in-


Canada environmental disaster, the Athabasca Tar Sands oil recovery project (which also involves BP, incidentally), isn’t nearly as serious anymore, now that there’s a far more obvious and visible disaster unfolding more quickly somewhere else. But the tar sands defenders are wrong. Even if the Gulf disaster is worse, it doesn’t diminish one iota the serious damage that is being done – all legal and sanctioned by our environmentally challenged federal government

– every day through the oil-mining in Northern Alberta. It reminds us of folks who claim police shouldn’t worry so much about speeding motorists as long as there are still drunk drivers on the roads. Well, they both kill people, even if one might kill a few more than the other, and both need our traffic officers’ strictest attention. And that’s how it is with environmental disasters: They’re all killing us by degrees.

Premier toying with retirement? IN THE HOUSE



remier Gordon Campbell let the leadership genie out of the bottle last week and then quickly tried to put it back in – but I doubt he’s going to be successful. Campbell seemed to go out of his way in two separate media interviews – one with me, the other with my press gallery colleague Jim Beatty – to reference his advancing age as something he has to consider when deciding to run again in 2013. “To be candid about it, you know 2013 is a long way away, and I’m 62 years old now, so I’ll make decisions as I get closer to 2013,” Campbell told me, and he made a similar comment to Beatty the same day. To put this in context, it’s important to remember that Campbell rarely – if ever – says something publicly that he hasn’t thought through very carefully. Whether it’s a case of “staying on message” or simply being exceedingly careful, Campbell is not known for slips of the tongue. That’s why interviews (or media scrums) with Campbell rarely generate news on their


own. Ask him any question on any topic that you want, and his answer will stick to his script, not the questioner’s. Until now, whenever he’s been asked about his re-election plans, he has given the expected enthusiastic thumbs-up to the possibility. Any sign of equivocation would immediately invite talk about a leadership succession, and that’s just what his comments did this past week. So his comments about his age suddenly being a factor set off alarm bells in both the B.C. Liberal and NDP camps. No sooner had his comments run on our newscasts than my cellphone starting ringing like crazy as both sides wondered what I thought his comments indicated. First of all, I don’t think Campbell has made up his mind about his leadership intentions. The next election is still three years away, and while his reelection prospects look bleak indeed, there’s no rush to make a call this early in the mandate. However, I think he deliberately signalled to his own party that he is fully aware of the mess that has completely enveloped his government. And with that comes a realization of the obvious implication – that the pressure for a change at the top would become enormous – if the mess is still there as we approach the next election. It’s important that Campbell demonstrates that he is not in ◗Campbell Page 7


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Dear Editor:

I am pleased to see in your publication that New Westminster is going ahead with the plans for a foreshore park. But I noted, with some dismay, that it seems to involve steel pilings and decking with no direct access to the river’s waters. There seems to be more concern about access to Columbia Street than the river. One of the reasons that I love living in New West is that the avenues don’t run east and west but take their orientation from the original Front Street that I assume was itself defined by the river. We are the river city; we have a great boardwalk at the Quay. We have a Fraser River interpretation centre where I recently attended a fine slide presentation. But when I took a five-year-old out to look at the river we could not go down to touch it.

When we walked along the boardwalk, we saw how logs and driftwood have been allowed to foul the one little bit of beach and grass that salmon fry need to transition to the ocean. Young salmon as well as young people need a margin on the river that is not defined by huge rocks and pilings. New Westminster needs a beach. I truly hope that a beach with river access, maybe even a place to launch a canoe, will be included in the new river park. Alan Haig-Brown, New Westminster

‘Density bonus’ unwelcome

Dear Editor:

Re: City working towards ‘density bonus’ system, The Record, May 12. I moved to New West for its small city ambience,

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Density not the answer ◗ continued from page 6

historical flavour and minimal number of ugly sun- and view-blocking highrises. If I wanted skyscrapers, I’d move to the West End. I don’t understand how the council knows that our city’s population is growing – more refugees on the way? I do understand that this “density bonus” system appears little more than a plan to rake in more property taxes from an increase in the number of condos and buildings. Perhaps the city’s focus should be on better fiscal policies and the promotion of business development. M.R. Olson, New Westminster

Take out pesky pedestrians

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Re: Traffic does not need ‘calming,’ Letters to the editor, The Record, May 12. So the fellow who wrote in last Wednesday thinks he should have the unimpeded right to mow down people crossing the street, does he? Wow! I bet he drives at the posted speed limit as he motors to the beer store in his jackedup 400-hp diesel monster truck, too. Why, with a vehicle like that he could just drive over the curb bulges to make a right turn. Maybe he’d be lucky enough to take out one or two pesky pedestrians while doing it! Colin Dover, New Westminster

Council needs reality check Dear Editor:

New Westminster city council has invited public comment on their pay and potential raises and benefits. So here is my

stream of consciousness on that subject. World news: ◗ Last-ditch bid: $650 billion EU emergency fund ◗ Bank crunch deepens; default swaps reach records ◗ EU tensions simmer over Greek pension cuts ◗ “America has good reason to worry” ◗ Moody’s: U.S. debt shock may hit as soon as 2013 ◗ Stock market time bomb? ◗ Spain slashes civil service pay by five per cent ◗ Global debt crisis expanding to Spain, Portugal and Italy British Columbia news: ◗ B.C. government announces provincial debt six times greater than stated ◗ Canadians’ household debt reaches record levels ◗ B.C. Hydro has announced its rates will probably go up by 29 per cent ◗ Mortgage rates expected to rise July 1 ◗ Total B.C. Olympic debt still unknown New Westminster news: ◗ Council considers giving themselves another pay raise ◗ Ten per cent bonus allowance in lieu of pensions considered Not only has my property tax, as has everyone else’s, increased this year but also water/sewer/garbage fees have increased by over 60 per cent in the last few years. The recession of the last few years has resulted in lower incomes for many businesses and individuals. Governments are in a uniquely privileged position to award themselves pay raises, unlike the rest of society. It would appear that there may be a serious disconnect by council from the interests of local taxpayers.

denial and that he grasps the magnitude of his party’s problems. If he were to pretend that everything was fine, his credibility would suffer and the mutterings within his own party about needing a new leader would become increasingly louder. By opening the door ever so slightly to eventually stepping down, Campbell has bought himself some time. He’s nipped in the bud, for now anyways, any attempt to stir the leadership pot behind his back. Nevertheless, his comments have reminded his party that it may well have to confront a potentially messy leadership

battle down the road. The usual names have surfaced – Mike de Jong, Rich Coleman, Kevin Falcon, even Blair Lekstrom – when talk turns to a possible successor (from outside caucus, two names are being bandied about: Carole Taylor and Dianne Watts). In an odd way, the attention paid to Campbell’s musings also reminded New Democrats of their own challenge on that front. Although the party is cruising along with a double-digit lead in the polls over the B.C. Liberals, the whispers of doubts about Carole James’ leadership abilities simply won’t go away. James is taking a very

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low profile these days, preferring to let the antiHST petition led by Bill Vander Zalm (her almost co-leader these days) take all the limelight (at last, the latest joke goes, the NDP finally has a leader with charisma). I’ve written here before that James and Campbell will not square off against each other in 2013. The betting is that it will be Campbell who leaves first, but don’t underestimate the New Democrats’ ability to feast upon their own leaders, even in good times. That leadership genie is going to be floating around for a long time yet, whether either leader likes it or not. Keith Baldrey is chief political reporter for Global B.C.

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New manager set to promote arts in the city

The city’s new manager of arts and cultural development will focus his efforts on six key issues in the Royal City. Greg Magirescu, who started work in the newly created position in April, will focus on support and leadership, community arts development, awareness and promotions, gathering and performance spaces, public art, and events and festivals.The position was one of the major recommendations of the city’s arts strategy that was completed in 2008. “Many of the recommendations arising out of the 1996 arts and cultural policy report have not been put into motion,” said a city report. “With the hiring of the manager, arts and cultural development, in response to the completion of the 2008 arts strategy, the implementation plan can now be developed and deliverables measured.”

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Local students inspired by singing Two Royal City voice students qualify for B.C. performing arts festival BY JULIE MACLELLAN REPORTER

On first encounter, she’s a soft-spoken kid who ducks her head shyly and isn’t entirely sure about the idea of singing on video. But once she takes her place next to the piano and opens her mouth, Sarah Quinn transforms into a poised and mature performer, with a rich and warm voice that belies her slight frame. Sarah, 14, is one of two New Westminster voice students who have qualified for the Performing Arts B.C. 2010 festival, set for May 23 to 27 in Duncan. She and 17-year-old Krista Gibbard both earned places in the festival based on their winning performances at the Coquitlam District Music Festival in March. Both are studying with Lois Weninger, a voice and piano teacher who runs a music studio in her Massey Heights home. “These are really wonderful students,” Weninger says, with a smile that reveals just how proud she is of their accomplishment. “They deserve where they’re going.” Both girls will compete with a concert group of pieces. Sarah’s includes I Will Make You Brooches, based on a poem by Robert Lois Stevenson; the English folk song When Love Is Kind; and Paolo Tosti’s Van gli effluvi de le rose. Her favourite, she says, is When Love Is Kind – because, Weninger points out with a smile, “It’s got lots of attitude.” She’ll also compete in the Vocal Variety category with a selection from Gilbert and Sullivan’s Mikado, The Sun Whose Rays. Krista will perform Handel’s Oh! Had I Jubal’s Lyre, Debussy’s Fleur des Blés and Mozart’s En Chloe. She loves the Mozart piece, she says, which she’s been working on for about a year. The Debussy is newer to her, but it’s captured her imagination. “It’s so beautiful. It transports you when you sing it,” she says, adding that’s obviously a good thing for competition. “The more you like a piece, the better you sing it.” The upcoming festival will be Krista’s second trip to the provincials – she first qualified in 2007, when it was held in Penticton, and she says she was more nervous than she is this time around. “I’ve learned a bit about it. You sort of know what to expect,” she explains. “I know now how to control the nerves a little bit, to be prepared.” Sarah is heading to the provincial festival for the first time. “I’m very excited!” she says with a huge smile, adding she doesn’t get too nervous. “Not as much as I used to. I’ve progressed a lot.”

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For the love of singing: Voice teacher Lois Weninger, left, with students Krista Gibbard, 17, and Sarah Quinn, 14. The two will be competing in the Performing Arts B.C. festival next week in Duncan. “It’s more than just singing the notes. It’s The progress she has made in just two years of voice lessons is evident in listen- about interpreting a piece of art,” she says. The art of singing – and, in particular, ing to her sing through I Will Make You classical singing – is something Krista is Brooches. Krista, who offers up a seemingly effort- passionate about. Having grown up surrounded by clasless run-through of her Mozart art song, sical music – her dad’s a tenor, likewise sings with a maturity her mom’s a violist – it’s an art beyond her years and a polform she’s always loved. ish that speaks of the hours of “Classical singing, it’s less of practice that go into perfecting “It’s more than a tradition now,” she says. “It’s her art. just singing the really an important style that Both try to practise daily – Sarah for 15 minutes to half notes. It’s about we have to perpetuate. There’s really a foundation that’s hunan hour at a time; Krista from a interpreting a dreds and hundreds of years half-hour to an hour – and both old.” say they’ve learned a great deal piece of art.” Both Sarah and Krista have about proper vocal technique interests outside of singing. from Weninger. KRISTA GIBBARD Sarah, a French immersion “I’ve learned to use my sup- singing student student at Glenbrook, also port. I’ve learned how to use dances – she studies jazz, lyrimy head voice – I never used to know how to do that,” Sarah says. “I’ve cal, ballet and musical theatre – and plays learned how to get into the higher notes clarinet and sax in her school’s jazz and concert band. without pushing myself.” Krista, who’s graduating from New Krista, too, gives Weninger credit for Westminster Secondary School this year, emphasizing the importance of technique. “The most basic techniques have to be as has been seen on stage in many forms – with Footlight Theatre’s vaudeville natural as breathing,” she explains. But she adds that being a singer takes show at Burnaby Village Museum, in the Cinderella pantomime, in the musical A more than just technical expertise.

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Christmas Carol, as a soloist with the singalong Messiah at the Orpheum Theatre and singing O Canada for the local Olympic torch relay celebrations. She is also a skilled visual artist and recently won one of seven full entrance scholarships to study art at Emily Carr University next year. But both say there’s something special about singing. “Since I was very small, I used to be dancing and singing around the house all the time,” Sarah says with a grin. She’s sung with the B.C. Girls’ Choir and the Vancouver Bach Children’s Chorus and has appeared as a soloist with the Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir. She loved choral singing but, she says, she finds it rewarding to sing on her own. “I like being able to not have to depend on everyone else and be able to do your own thing,” she says. “I just like to be able to express myself while singing and using my instrument.” Krista, too, says singing is a uniquely personal musical experience. “It’s the only instrument that’s really in you,” she says. “Singing can be done no matter where you are or what you’re doing.”

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Singers: New West students qualify for B.C. festival one of the things she loves about the voice as an instrument. “It’s a lot more alive than most people think. The voice is always changing.” Weninger notes that the girls’ ability to interpret music will continue to grow as they develop into adulthood. “Vocal maturity is very tied to personal maturity,” Weninger notes, pointing out that many songs explore themes such as love, loss and death – subjects that require some life experience to truly comprehend. “You have to have loved deeply and lost to sing some of these pieces.” For this moment, Weninger sees her job as

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And, she says, it taps into something deep within yourself. “I’m not particularly religious, but, for me, it’s as close as you can get to a spiritual experience,” she says. Weninger notes that, as a teacher, it’s important to guide singers to treat their voices with care since pushing the voice too far, too soon, can damage it for the future. The voice is constantly developing, she says, noting that Krista in particular is at an age where she’s seeing her voice begin to expand. “I feel it changing,” Krista agrees, adding that’s

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n the practice of medicine, physicians must keep an open mind. Though a patient’s presenting symptoms and physical signs may point to the common or obvious, we maintain a differential diagnosis. Narrowing our focus too early will limit the scope of our vision. We will miss important clues and possibly the correct diagnosis. Astute and experienced physicians will heed their intuition and listen to that feeling of unease when something doesn’t fit. Privy to my patients’ stories and secrets, struggles and dreams, I’ve learned not to make quick generalizations about others. A complete and complex personality with a network of relationships lies just

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Massey Society gives out grants release. The Massey Helps program has two application deadlines, one on March 31 and one on Sept. 30 of each year. In each period, two applicants are selected. The program is determined by a committee of the board of directors of the Massey Theatre Society. The grants are intended to encourage new artistic ventures and make possible community events that face financial challenges or that may not already be taking place in the theatre. Massey Helps has detailed criteria against which applicants are weighted. The first priority is given to artistic projects, second to New Westminster-based groups, third to youth-oriented projects. The next application deadline is Sept. 30, for events planned during the period between Jan. 1 and June 30, 2011. Two more recipients from that round will be announced this winter, provided the Massey Theatre Society’s lease on the theatre is extended.

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1310 Downie Street $499,900

1952 Bungalow with 2 bdrms., on the main + 3 bdrm registered suite down on a huge 54’ x 132’ lot in lovely “Brow of the Hill” area of New Westminster. Located close to parks, schools, shopping, transit & skytrain. This tenanted home features hardwood floors on main, updated kitchen with eating area & baths (5 years ago), large 24’ x 24’ sun deck, newer appliances, 5 year old furnace, big yard & good height basement.

Gorgeous mountain, river & city views from this 4 yr old, 12th floor, 730 sf, 2 bdrm, 2 full bath, East & North facing corner suite in “The News”. Great convenient location close to Douglas College, Downtown & Uptown areas, NW Quay, Skytrain, parks, shopping & recreation. This well laid out suite features open kitchen with granite counters & SS applcs, insuite laundry, large covered balcony, large master with huge closet, two 4 piece baths with soaker tubs & glass doors. 1 parking stall & 1 storage locker. Balance of 10 year warranty.

2027 9th Avenue • $979,900

Perfect family starter home with 3 bedroom, 1.5 baths, 1026 sf rancher with lovely fenced South facing backyard on quiet West End street near schools, parks, shopping & transit. This lovely bright home features large living room with wood burning fireplace, bright kitchen with newer appliances, nice layout, French doors to deck & backyard. Home is upgraded with new roof & hot water tank, extra insulation in crawlspace & attic and newer windows & furnace (5 yrs old).

1020 Cornwall St. • $539,900

#1204 813 Agnes St $318,800

Stunning 5 yr old custom built 3771 sf, 3 lvl, 5 bdrm, 5.5 bath home w/wonderful spacious foyer & lovely vaulted ceilings, formal LR w/gas f/p & spacious DR w/decorative ceilings. Enjoy the huge gourmet kitch w/maple cabinets, granite counters & SS appliances & opens to cozy family rm w/a stone hearth gas f/p. 3 lrg bdrms up, each w/ensuites & spacious closets. Down has generous-sized games rm, bdrm, bath & legal 1 bdrm suite. Outstanding home showcasing beaut kitchen & baths, designer paint & extensive use of crown moldings, hw heating system, triple garage, views of Mt. Baker & Alex Fraser Bridge from front porch, private fenced backyard & more!

1411 South Dyke Rd • $534,900

Rare waterfront home in NW. Enjoy river views from this 1454 sf, 9 yr old, 2 lvl, 3 bdrm & den heritage style home in Thompson Landing, a family oriented community in Queensborough. This immaculate home feats security system, front porch, high ceilings on the main flr, spacious LR/DR area with gas f/p, kitchen w/ maple cabinets & EA, family rm off kitchen w/Fench drs to fenced backyard w/deck & dbl garage. Up is the bright master bdrm feat. lrg window, vaulted ceilings, walk-in closet & 4 pce ensuite. Also up you’ll find a den & 2 more bdrms w/great river views. Great community with super neighbours & close to schools, parks, shopping & transit.

#104 3 K de K Crt - $329,900.

Waterfront, garden level 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 901 sq ft townhouse style 24 year old condo right on the boardwalk just steps to soon to be re-opened market, shopping, sky train, parks and schools. This bright and cheery freshly painted suite features new quality laminate floors, new light fixtures, oak kitchen, in suite laundry and storage, gas f/p, front and rear patios, good sized closets, updated bath and newer washer and dryer.

#108 - 74 Miner St. • $244,900

Nice 1 bdrm & den (could be used as 2nd bdrm), 2 full baths, 1018 sf, East facing garden suite at Fraserview Park close to transit, parks, shopping & recreation. This bright lovely site feats newer carpets & paint, nice open plan, gas f/p, insuite lndry, insuite & locker storage, newer applces & lighting, lg closets, French doors to spacious garden patio w/mtn views. Hallway & lobby is currently being refurbished. Well maint’d & managed complex w/common social & exercise rm & workshop. Extra parking at $10.00 per month. Small pet OK.

#1509-14 Begbie St. • $459,900

Brand new (NO GST) gorgeous SW river & city views at the Inter Urban, 983 sf, 2 bdrm, 2 bath corner unit featuring hardwood floors, granite counters stainless steel appliances, large bdrms, mstr with walk in closet, insuite storage, 10 year new home warranty. Just steps to shopping, skytrain, NW Quay & upcoming new civic centre & shopping mall. Flexible possession available.

1939 Dublin Street $599,900

Opportunity knocks with this diamond in the rough. This 1960 sf, 1940 character home with 3 levels, 4 bdrms & 1.5 baths features hardwood & fir floors, leaded glass windows, wood siding, large principle rooms on main & 3 bdrms upstairs & single garage. Home sits on a large 48.7 x 132’ lot close to schools, parks, shopping & skytrain station in the nice family oriented West End neighbourhood.

928 10th Street • $624,900

1923 home raised & reno’d in 60’s & 70’s & again recently. This 2560 sq ft. 3 lvl, 4 bdrm, 1.5 bath home feats newer maple kitchen w/island, spacious LR/DR with w/b FP & newer laminate floors. Huge mstr bdrm w/large closet & 2 pce ensuite, reno’d main flr bath/w soaker tub & stand-up shower. Large 2nd bdrm. on main & 2 very good size bdrms up. Down has a 32 x 14 rec Room w/gas F/P, lndry down & 700 sq ft of 6’ high crawl space for storage, newer paint & carpets, dble windows, dble carport, fenced yard, lge lot, close to schools, Moody Park & uptown shopping.

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Brand new (No GST) gorgeous penthouse with SW river & city views at the Inter Urban, 983 sf, 2 bedroom, 2 bath corner unit featuring hardwood floors, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, large bedrooms, master with walk-in closet, insuite storage, 10 year new home warranty. Just steps to shopping, skytrain, NW Quay & upcoming new civic centre & shopping mall. Flexible possession available.

#514-14 E Royal Ave. • $429,900 #1503-719 Princess St.

Stunning, top floor, 1088 sf, 2 bdrm, 2 bth, 4-yr-old suite in Victoria Hill, close to parks, shopping, entertainment & transit. Beautiful suite feat nice open plan w/HW floors in LR/DR area, wrap-around deck, insuite lndry, newer paint & light fixtures, lovely 9’/ vaulted ceilings in LR which feats stone-faced electric f/p. Spacious kitch w/SS applcs, gas stove, fridge w/ice maker, granite counters, tile flrs & more. Lge mstr bdrm has walk-thru closet to 4-pce ensuite w/soaker tub & roomy 2nd bdrm has ample closet & cheater ensuite. Great self-managed bldg & offers owners great exercise centre, social party rm, billiard rm, guest suite, storage lockers & ample bike storage. Suite is a 10!!

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Awesome river, city & mtn views from this 15th floor, SE corner, 15 year old, 2 bdrm + solarium den in popular “Stirling Place” in the heart of Uptown New Westminster close to shopping, transit, parks, recreation & schools. Suite feats newer dark laminate floors thruout, bright spacious kitchen w/Island, gas f/p in large living room, insuite laundry, master w/large closets & ensuite w/soaker tub, 2 balconies & more. Building is well maintained & managed & has caretaker, social room, exercise centre, gardens & visitors parking.

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Turn key opportunity. Beautifully renovated 1065 sf, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, NE corner suite. Sale includes all the furniture and contents. This beautiful bright & spacious suite features laminate & tile floors throughout, newer paint & light fixtures, kitchen with tile backsplash & newer bottom freezer fridge & new build in microwave hood fan, mirror wall in DR, insuite laundry, gas fireplace, 2 balconies, Mtn & courtyard view. Super central Uptown location across the street from Safeway & walking distance to Century House, Moody Park, Uptown shopping, library, transit & more.

EXCELLENT VALUE! This is by far the best priced condo over 1500 sf currently for sale in all of New Westminster (based on price per sf). Rare & unique 1793 sf Yale Town Style loft suite. This bright & spacious suite feats a large family room & living room/dining room area perfect for entertaining, gourmet galley style kitchen w/gas stove, stainless steel appliances & maple cabinets & granite counters, 2 baths, 2 electric f/p, laminate floors, high ceilings, ample closets & storage, insuite laundry, 2 parking stalls, SE views of the city & Mt Baker & much more! Located in the heart of Uptown New Westminster just steps to shopping, transit, parks, recreation & schools.

end unit T/H facing onto lagoon, fountain & green belt. This bright & spacious home feats high ceilings, spacious rooms & large windows, laminate floors, newer paint, newer light fixtures, insuite lndry, security system, large living room w/gas fp & slider to private patio, oak kitchen w/eating area, 15' x 5' insuite storage room, huge mstr bdrm with S x S closets, 5 pce ensuite & sliders to private deck. Complex offers secured u/g parking & rec centre with indoor pool, swirl pool, exercise room & library.

Beautifully updated 6 bdrm, 3 bath, 2980 sf, 1946 character home with view and in-ground pool in backyard. Great home has had over $50,000 in renos and has 3 good sized rooms on the main floor, 2 bdrm registered suite down + room for owners down, new windows, paint, flooring, furnace & appliances, updated kitchen & baths, new light fixtures, deck & gas fireplace. Home shows well! Sits on a large 61’8 x 116’ lot and is close to schools, shopping, recreation, parks & transit (skytrain).

Lovely 20 year old, bright & spacious 890 sf 1 bdrm garden suite in Fraserview Park close to parks, entertainment, shopping & transit. This immaculate suite features open plan, large living room with gas f/p, kitchen with eating area, insuite laundry, large mater bdrm with walk through closet, built in vacuum system, crown moldings, newer tile in kitchen, entrance & bath, new washer, new kitchen backsplash. This well maintained & managed 19+ complex has new roof & HVac system. 2 small pets ok.

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A18 • Wednesday, May 19, 2010 • The Record

Have a look inside city hall BY DEBRA NELSON CONTRIBUTOR

As the Hyack Festival approaches, everyone looks forward to the many activities that take place every year – fireworks, the Anvil Battery salute, May Day and the Hyack Parade. One of the long-established highlights is the annual open house at city hall. Following the Hyack Parade on Saturday, May 29, city hall will again open its doors from 1 to 3:30 p.m. All city departments will be on hand, and this is an excellent chance to meet some of the staff, ask questions, see what’s in the works and be entertained. This year’s theme is Keeping Our City Green. The library will be there with crafts available for kids as well as a display of books on environmental awareness. You can’t get any greener than paperless books. Find out how to download audio books and e-books – all free with your library card.

Pop into the engineering department to learn about the city’s environmental programs and enter to win a rain barrel or composter. Kids can learn about recycling while playing the recycling relay game. Kids can also play a green trivia game and try out the 3-D modelling computer program in the finance and information technology department. They can also try the human resources department’s “What Will I Be When I Grow Up” game. More fun has been organized by the parks, culture and recreation department; make a craft, have your face painted, jump on the trampoline and watch the antics of CoCo the Clown. One of the highlights isgetting the chance to sit in the mayor’s chair, so bring your camera to have your picture taken. Then take a picture of the Olympic torch and some of the local torch bearers. Of course, there will be lots of equipment: a fire engine, the police command unit, engineering trucks and an appearance by the electric Zamboni.

Hyack Parade set for May 29 The popular Hyack International Parade will take to New Westminster streets on Saturday, May 29. The annual parade attracts more than 4,000 participants and 130 entries from B.C. and the U.S. The Vancouver Police Motorcycle Drill Team takes to the streets at 10:15 a.m., readying the crowds for the

main event that starts at 11 a.m. The parade begins at Eighth Avenue and Sixth Street, travels down Sixth Street to Queens Avenue, turns left at Queens Avenue and travels to First Street. It then turns left on First Street, hangs a right on Third Avenue and ends in Queen’s Park. The Record is holding its second annual Best

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ver the past week St. Peter’s Catholic Church has been celebrating the 150th anniversary of the arrival of four Catholic missionaries, Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), directed to establish a mission on the B.C. mainland in 1860. This was known as St. Charles Mission and the local parish was St. Peter’s. We were honoured to be asked to participate in the anniversary with a slide program of local sites linked to the parish history and a short presentation during the opening event of a week of celebration. The story of this church, its parishioners, and its links to the local Catholic community over the past 150 years includes a number of buildings that form part of our Royal City history. There were three church buildings named St. Peter’s: the original small building on Columbia Street near the foot of

this little church was torn Blackwood Street, the cathedral built in the mid-1880s down in about 1910. on Blackwood Street just Another striking strucabove Columbia Street and ture of interest in the city the original mission church for many years was St. and the present recently Louis College at Agnes enlarged church at Fourth and Blackwood streets. Street at Royal Avenue. This prominent mansardThe 1880s cathedral on roofed building was a boys’ Blackwood is mentioned in Catholic school for most many other stories about of its life, while St. Ann’s the town, as it was severely Academy, just up Agnes damaged in a windstorm in Street overlooking Albert 1934 and could Crescent, was a no longer be girls’ Catholic used for servischool. St. ces, thus creat- “We were honPatrick’s Hall ing the need for also stood in oured to be a new edifice this same area the current 1939 asked to particiat Blackwood church. pate in the anni- Street and was There used also as was also an versary.” a communearly mission ity facility for church for First dinners, enterTHE MILLERS Nations, and local historians tainments and there were at dances. least two buildThis is by no means a ings bearing the name St. full list of Catholic-related Charles. Although we have buildings in this history, not found a typical frontbut it is a good sample. view photograph of this One that we and others church, it can be seen in are trying to find out more a number of other views. about was a seminary that It stood between Fourth once stood on the east side Street and Blackwood of Seventh Street just above along Agnes Street and is Queens Avenue. There will easy to pick out with its ornate, multicoloured steebe a slide show on the topic ple that, while not as tall as of these New Westminster two other steeples nearby Catholic buildings, as well at the time, certainly drew as a walking tour on the lots of attention. We think same theme in September.

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year Lakers head coach Bob Johnston believes the front end will improve in The New Westminster time. “For us, the defence was Samonbellies showed the strength of their back end good all game. We let it following a 9-3 Western get away from us a bit in Lacrosse Association open- the second half,” Johnston ing-game victory over the said, adding the offensive timing usually takes longer Burnaby Lakers Friday. Brandon Mulligan, to acquire. “They got to finish it,” who was called up from the junior A club to fill in he added. “Our passing for Matt Roik and Tyler and catching let us down Richards, who were both out there.” Although preparing for both teams the National fielded youngLacrosse looking lineLeague final “I think our ups, New with the defence took the Westminster’s Washington Stealth, made game away from experience in the back 34 saves in his end showed senior A debut, them with the through. including 35 whacking and “Our Dminutes of end was great. shutout lacrosse smacking. It (Shayne) from early in the second period. made it tougher Bennett is back, the kids were The senior for them.” great. We have A Lakers got changed our an immediate BOB SALT offence. We’ve returnfromtheir ’Bellies head coach given them two top firsta system. We round rookie draft picks, Dane Stevens moved the ball well,” said Salmonbellies head coach and Shaun Dhaliwal. Stevens potted his first Bob Salt. “I think our defence WLA goal on the power play from the left crease took the game away from to tie the contest 1-1 mid- them with the whacking way through the opening and smacking. It made it tougher for them,” Salt period. Dhaliwal followed 10 said. Tyler Crompton started minutes afterward with his first from the right side to the ‘Bellies off on the right send the match into the foot, scoring his first of three goals shorthanded on interval deadlocked at 2-2. But while Stevens col- a delayed penalty just four lected his second score of minutes into the match. Cliff Smith led all scorers the game five minutes into the middle frame to shave with four points, including the deficit to a single goal, a pair of goals. His second there were few scoring of the game proved to be chances on Mulligan after the game-winner, coming off a faceoff just 15 secthat. New Westminster scored onds following Robinson’s five times in the middle second-period opener very frame and then closed early in the frame. The Salmonbellies will out the third period with goals by Curtis Manning have four key players – shorthanded – and Sean returning for their home Robinson, with his sec- opener against Langley at ond of the night late in the Queen’s Park Arena. Craig Conn, who was game. Manning finished the sidelined all last season game with three points, with a leg injury will be back on the right side, including a pair of assists. The result highlighted while NLL pros Ilija Gajic, the struggles of last sea- Jordan Hall and Curtis son’s Lakers, who man- Hodgson, who shared a aged a woeful 129 goals for Championship Trophy win and were winless at home with the Stealth on Sunday, will also be in the lineup. in 2009. Game time is Thursday, But with expected offensive help on its way, first- beginning at 7:45 p.m.


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Hand ball: New Westminster Hyack prop forward Matthew Raines goes into contact in Division 2 semifinal high school rugby action against Burnaby South last week.

Div. 2 rugby final today BY TOM BERRIDGE SPORTS EDITOR

Nolan Shelley scored two tries and booted six of seven converts to lift the Burnaby South Rebels into the district Division 2 AAA rugby final. Shelley, a Grade 12 standoff half, led the undefeated Rebels past the New Westminster Hyacks 45-7 in a semifinal match at South Wednesday. Trent Shelley, Ian Vickars, Jerome Braithwaite and Taichi Kashima also scored single five-point tries for South. Brent Fletcher tallied the lone Hyack try, scoring off a Hyack set piece late in the opening period. “We’re learning. We’ve definitely made a huge improvement over last year,” said New Westminster co-coach Adam Martin, who praised his team’s

level of conditioning. “We’ve only won one game, but we’ve won the second half of every game.” The Rebels led the Hyacks 33-7 at the interval, but were held to just two tries by New Westminster, who were a bit unlucky to not come away with a score in the second half. “It’s all good fun, that’s why I play the game,” said Shelley, who kept the South back line on the attack throughout the match. Moscrop defeated Burnaby Central 41-0 in the other semifinal last week. The matchup will pit the offensive-minded Rebels against the controlled forward game of the Moscrop Panthers. South will meet league runner-up Moscrop in the district final today (Wednesday) at 4 p.m.

Five local pro lacrosse players shared in a firstever Championship Trophy with the Washington Stealth on Sunday. The Stealth, which had moved the franchise to the Pacific Northwest from San Jose last season, defeated the Toronto Rock 15-11 in a thrilling fourth-quarter comeback in the championship final of the National Lacrosse League. Burnaby school teacher Curtis Hodgson, Burnaby Laker veteran Cam Sedgwick, New Westminster Salmonbellies Peter Morgan and goalies Tyler Richards and Matt Roik were all part of the Stealth’s championship run. Hodgson was picked up by the Salmonbellies in a draft-day trade with the Victoria Shamrocks earlier this year. Trailing 7-5 at halftime and by as many as four goals late in the third frame, Morgan started the comeback with a goal from the left-side crease with just 12 seconds remaining in the period. Washington caught a break after the ensuing faceoff and with the Rock goalie on the bench for an extra attacker, Eric Martin tallied into an empty net with little time left on the clock. That led to a eight-goal run by the Stealth, including a seven-goal third period that completely swung the momentum of the game. Rhys Duch, who led the Stealth with three goals and eight assists in the championship game and topped the playoffs with 11 markers and 14 helpers tied the score with his second and third tallies in the early going. Game MVP Lewis Ratcliff, the only player on the Washington roster to have won a previous pro playoff title, put the Stealth in the lead 11-10 with his fourth of the game. ◗NLL Page 24

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Hitmen win Memorial opener The Calgary Hitmen exploded with three goals in the final six minutes of play to defeat the Moncton Wildcats 5-4 at the Memorial Cup major junior hockey championships Saturday.

Salmon Arm native Tyler Shattock got the gamewinner for Calgary in the Hitmen’s first game of the national championships, scoring at 18:42 of the third period with his first of the Memorial Cup.

Calgary, along with New Westminster’s Matt MacKenzie, lost in its second game of the roundrobin, dropping a 6-2 decision to the defending Memorial Cup champion Windsor Spitfires.



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The Western Lacrosse Association first overall draft pick, Kevin Crowley of New Westminster, scored three times to help Stony Brook University go through to the second round at the NCAA field lacrosse championships on May 15. Crowley, who has scored at least three goals in seven of his last eight games, helped the eighth-ranked Stony Brook Seawolves to a 9-7 win over the University of Denver in opening round action at the 16-team Divisioin I championship tournament. The hat trick goal gave the Stony Brook junior 49 tallies this season, just one shy of the school’s all-time record of 50 tallies in a single season currently held by alumnus Kevin Pall. Earlier in the week, Crowley, the unanimous choice for America East conference player of the year, was named one of the

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High ball: New Westminster’s Katie Davies, in red, lets a shot go in novice girls’ lacrosse at Burnaby Lake Arena on Sunday.

Governor to have jersey retired The junior A New Westminster Salmonbellies lacrosse club will officially retire the No. 6 jersey of team governor Walt Weaver on June 1. The ceremony will take place during the first intermission of the B.C. junior A match between New Westminster and the Coquitlam Adanacs at Queen’s Park Arena. Weaver played five seasons for the junior A Salmonbellies from 1968 to 1972, including three as team captain.

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The New Westminster Salmonbellies had to scratch and claw for a single point in Sunday’s 88 draw with the Victoria Shamrocks. The junior Salmonbellies scored two late goals a minute part from Jeff Sproule and Tyler Digby to take a brief 8-7 lead, but the advantage was shortlived. Less than a minute later, Victoria’s Karsen Leung tied the contest, with the goalie on the bench for a sixth attacker, with his second goal of the game and just 28 seconds left to play. New Westminster got behind early, allowing the visitors a 3-0 advantage before Mark Negrin got the first of his three goals late in the first period. The ’Rocks led 4-1 after the first period. New Westminster closed

the deficit to a single goal on Negrin’s second and a cheeky behind-the-back tally from T.J. Cowx. It was at that point in the game that Travis Irving stepped in to make his mark. The 6-4, second-year defender tattooed the Shamrocks’ Tyler Matheson in an entertaining dustup that in many ways mirrored the team’s struggle in the game. “(Victoria) kind of had momentum. They weren’t playing that bad. It seemed our team needed a spark, so I just did what I do,” said Irving. “In the beginning, we were flat and not playing our game. But as it progressed, we stepped up our game and matched theirs. I think we can play better.” And as a team, the junior ’Bellies did. Matt MacGrotty scored a nice goal cutting to the

goal to shave the lead to 5-4 in the middle frame. But it was not until midway through the final period that New Westminster made its move. Negrin potted his hattrick goal on a power play. Then Sproule tied the game for the first time, finishing off a high pass from Digby at the left crease. Digby put the home team in front on a spin move in front. Salmonbellies goalie Frank Scigliano stopped 38 shots, including nine in overtime to salvage a single point for New West. “Once we stepped it up near the end, I thought we were doing what we wanted to do,” Irving added. “At least we got a point out of it. It showed a lot of heart.” New Westminster played Delta at Queen’s Park Arena Tuesday (after The Record deadlines).

NLL: A career-high 50 saves for goalie Sedgwick scored the game-winning goal, with a long, hard shot from right in front that found its way through the legs of Rock keeper Bob Watson at 8:53 of the final period. Richards was stellar in goal when he

had to be, making a career-high 50 saves, including 18 in the opening period. Hodgson, who led the playoffs in shooting percentage, assisted on Mike Grimes’ empty-net marker in the final moments that put the finishing touch on Washington’s win.

Hyacks out

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Heritage style 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath home. Well designed floor plan, 9' ceiling on main, updated custom kitchen, hardwood floors, newer stainless appliances, new exterior pain, sunny fenced yard & ready to move in, 5 yrs old. Centrally located in quiet Riverside community, close to schools, bus, park. OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY/SUNDAY 1-3pm





Queensborough - 70 x 112 ft lot w/ detached garage. Upper flr updated. Good starter house for 1st time buyer. 5 bdrm, 2 bath, 1756 sq ft.


Quality built 2277 sqft home. 6 bdrms, 3 baths incl 2 bdrm suite built w/permit. Features oak kitchen cabinets, radiant heat, low maintenance home. Near school, bus and Walmart center.


Quality built family home. Clean condition. Approx 3300 sq ft, 8 bdrms, 4 baths, 2 bdrm suite, 2 gas F/P’s, rad heat. Built in vacuum, security alarm, intercom, island kitchen. A pleasure to view.

326 BOYNE STREET Features 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2,610 square feet on 50x130’ lot. Master bedroom includes 3 piece ensuite.

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West facing, large 3 bed townhouse in popular villa Montecito Complex. Enjoy park-like view & private, semi-covered patio. Clubhouse, outdoor pool & children’s playground for your enjoyment. Great open layout w/ample room for your growing family. Insuite laundry & oversize storage room included.


Nino Djak is our Mobile Mortgage Specialist in your neighbourhood. And he’d be happy to meet you any time or place. Like everyone at Coast Capital Savings, he’s both knowledgeable and easy to talk to. So call or email Nino, he’d love to help. Nino Djak 604.813.4286


Well laid out 2 bed w/ 2 full baths in the heart of downtown New West. High-end engineered hardwood floor, stainless steel appliances, designer colors & more. 407-610 Victoria St.


★ LARGE 2 BED W/ 2 FULL BATH Faces the greenbelt, open layout, satellite bedroom Well, almost anywhere.


system, hewer paint, laminate floors, corner gas fireplace, insuite laundry, breakfast nook, formal dinner room & more. 305-215 12th Street



Contemporarily updated, lots of light, open feeling & is centrally located w/ a quiet treed outlook. Bright spacious bedroom can accommodate a kingsize bed & has ample closet space. Updated kitchen, newer laminate floors, and designer paint colors w/ crown moulding throughout. Sunny balcony. In suite storage, parking & storage locker. 202-29 Nanaimo Street



Well laid out, garden level, deck w/a peek-a-boo view Absolute privacy w/serene Insuite laundry & parking University Cres.

corner unit. Covered through the garden. green belt outlook. included. 007-9298



Views of Mt. Seymour, Deep Cove/ Indian Arm & Burrard Inlet. Beautiful sunrise from spacious east facing deck. Kitchen w/ granite counters, gas stove, & stainless steel appliances. Master bed w/ view of the mountains, walk-in California closets, & huge master en suite w/ separate soaker tub, shower, & double sinks. 2 parking & 1 storage included. 508-9266 University Cres

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Some great kids aged 12 to 18 who need a stable, caring home for a few months. If you’ve been looking for a home-based opportunity to do meaningful, fulfilling work. Qualified applicants receive training, support and monthly remuneration. Funding is available for modifications to better equip your home. A child at risk is waiting for an open door. Make it yours. Call 604-708-2628


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Commercial Project Managers A medium sized BC based Mechanical company is accepting applications for Commercial Project Managers. The candidate will have 5 or more years ma n a g i ng f ull mec han ic a l projects in the $1-5M range. Preference is given to candidates with Gold Seal Project Management Certification in the plumbing/mechanical field. Wages and benefits negotiated based on experience. Fax applications to 604-892-3070


At Holy Cross Parish at 1450 Delta Ave, Burnaby Saturday, May 29th From 10am until 3pm To book a $12 parking stall:

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A medium sized BC based Mechanical company is accepting applications for Field Superintendents. The candidates will have 7 or more yrs managing mechanical projects in the $1-5M range with a variety of technical applications. The applicant must have Red Seal journeyman ticket and B fitters license with preference given to Gold Seal certification. Wages and benefits negotiated based on experience. Fax applications to 604-892-3070

TRUTH IN ''EMPLOYMENT'' ADVERTISING Canwest Community Publishing makes every effort to ensure you are responding to a reputable and legitimate job opportunity. If you suspect that an ad to which you have responded is misleading, here are some hints to remember. Legitimate employers do not ask for money as part of the application process; do not send money; do not give any credit card information; or call a 900 number in order to respond to an employment ad. Job opportunity ads are salary based and do not require an investment. If you have responded to an ad which you believe to be misleading please call the Better Business Bureau at 604-682-2711, Monday to Friday, 9am - 3pm or email and they will investigate.

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SHARPEI IN Coquitlam is looking for good home, very healthy and great with people. Must go through Sharpei rescue for an application.

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BUILDING SALE! 25x30 $4,577. 30x40 $7,140. 32x60 $11,950. 32x80 $18,420. 35x60 $13,990. 40x70 $14,650. 40x100 $24,900. 46x140 $37,600. OTHERS. Ends optional. Pioneer MANUFACTURERS DIRECT 1-800-668-5422.


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SHEPHERD X Rotti x Bernese Mnt sheep dog x Arctic Wolf, 6 females 2 males. Some with blue eye, shots & dewormed $500 ea. Ready June 4. Ph 604-309-2966

SHIH TZU BIJON pups, 1st shots, dewormed, ready, family raised, non shed, $575 firm. 588-5195 LAB X PUPPIES Purebred lab mother. Adorable mix of 12 males/females ready to go home! DOB 03/21. 3 black/ brown, 9 all black. Excellent with children; farm raised. $450. Langley: Call 604-807-3653

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Burnaby Montessori School

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$99 can sell your home 574-5243 Abbotsford beautifully updated end unit 1250sf 3br 2ba thse $239,900 504-1551 id5107 Delta Kennedy Hts updated 920sf 2br condo, laundry, pool, $172,900 306-0406 id5121 Port Moody Suter Brook Village top floor 710sf 1br condo $359,900 313-1480 id5083 Sry Fleetwood 3260sf 3or4br 2.5ba, 17192sf lot, triple garage $725K 599-7009 id5093 Sry Cedar Hills 2235sf 4/5br 2ba home w/suite, Fab views $459K 951-9104 id5119 Sry Cloverdale spotless 1462sf 3br+den 2.5ba Tnhse $339,900 778-571-0757 id5120

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Lots & Acreage

N. WEST. All services paid, inclds u/grd electrical, DCC’s, survey & eng’ng report. 33’ x 130’ lot. No GST. $339,000. 604-726-0677. ● ID # 4711


Mobile Homes

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Open House, Sun., May 23, 2-4pm 307 - 2289 Yukon Crescent


1000 sq. ft., 2BR + 2 BATHS. Located in fabulous Watercolours, an elegant concrete tower. Bright, 2 yrs young, 2 BR + nook + 2 full baths. Bathtub + walk-in shower in master bath. Huge deck (24x6’), great for BBQ’s. 2 parking spots + storage locker. Central location 15 min to North Van, 20 min to Downtown by car or transit! On a Cul-de-Sac with exercise centre, sauna/ steam room in bldg. Skytrain, daycare, mall, Starbucks, etc. nearby.


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PNE AREA • $728,800 3423 East Hastings

Dynamic, one of a kind. Immaculate NW corner townhouse. Perched high on a hill with panoramic city, mtn. & water views. 3 levels of superior finishing, a/c throughout. Bright kitchen, sleek stainless appliances, wine fridge, granite counters, gas fireplace, House-sized dining & living room, approx. 40’ of windows, 4 baths total. $$$ incl. 6 parking spaces in Double garage, 2 storage lockers and 4 decks totaling 725 sq. ft.




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Condos/ Townhouses


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Houses - Sale





27021-24th Ave, Aldergrove $718,000

Reduced Price to the Current Assessed Value No Real Estate Fees

Gorgeous 5,300 sq. ft. custom built home with a finished basement & in-law suite. Open A must see! design,very functional,greatfor entertaining family & friends. Close to all amenities,5 minutes to the USA. Too many features to list! You won’t be disappointed. ID# 5108





2 BEDROOM Suite available in a quiet building for June 1, 2010. Includes insuite laundry and 1 parking stall. Please call 778-891-8772 to set a time to view the suite. 2BR 2BATH newer condo @ ACCESS bldg near Gateway stn, gym, 1 prkg, storage. $1150 N/P N/S avail IMMED 607-377-3267 NEW WEST 1 - 2 BR apt, nr Douglas Coll & skytrn, balc, n/p, n/s, n/d, $680 & up. 604-839-8156. BBY 1 BR apt nr Metrotown & skytrain, n/p, n/s, n/d, $730 & up. 604-908-8981

AMBER ROCHESTOR 545 Rochester Ave, Coq

Close to Lougheed Mall, S.F.U. & Transportation. office: 604 936-3907


SALISBURY PLACE 7272 Salisbury Ave Bby Highgate 1 BR incl heat & hot water. N/S & N/P. Call 604-524-4720 BBY 2BR motified wheel chair unit, rent geared to income (30% of gross monthly income) quiet family complx, NP, 604 299-8288 BBY, 4575 Grange, 1 BR Apt, nice & spac, hardwood flrs, parking, across fr Metrotown, N/s, N/p. Call Ariana 604-616-2824


2 BDRM Garden Apt. Adult friendly building. Inste laundry, visual intercom, gated parking. Near shops & bus. No pets. Includes hotwater & storage.

Call 604-306-3909

50% OFF 1st month’s rent


11Bdrm Bdrm 820 $ 2Include Bdrms 959 heat,from hot water, $ $799 from

50% OFF 1st month for 2 bdrm suites

D/W, gym & visual intercom. Include heat, hot water, U/G parking & storage avail. D/W, gym & visual intercom. U/GNear parking & storage avail. transit/Skytrain Near&transit/Skytrain shopping. & shopping. Follow Call us onfor details.

778-783-0243 RENTALS 778-783-0258



BBY S. 1 BR $675 - $730, 2 BR. $895 ug prkg, hw, net, hardwood, cat ok, now/Jun 1, 604-818-1129

COQ, BLUE Mtn/Howie. 1 BR, $750/mo, g/lvl. U/g prkg. N/s. Nr Skytrain. Immed. 1-250-809-7532 COQ. NEAR Blue Mountain, 1 br incld heat, avail June 1, $780/mo, ns, np, 604-723-6907



NEW WEST. Reno’d Bach & 1 BR apt suites. From $675-$785/mo. Avail now. Ns/np. 604-724-8353 NEW WEST Bach, 1 BR & 2BR starting at $650 avail June 1st. Quay Pacific Property Mgmt Ltd 604-521-0876 ext 29

KING ALBERT COURT 1300 King Albert, Coq

office: 604 937-7343 cell: 778 848-5993

BBY, Lougheed Mall. 1 BR corner unit, $855 incl heat & h/w. ns/np, Newly reno’d. U/grd prkg. storage, May 15/Jun 1. 604-779-3882


Middlegate Manor

BBY Nice 1 BR, balc, Royal Oak/ Rumble, quiet, May 15, $850 incls ht & h/w, ns/np. 604-430-5857 BBY NR Lougheed skytrain, 2 BR, 1.5 baths, 888 sqft, 6 appls, u/g prkg, indoor pool & gym, tennis court, rec rm, storage, great view, n/s, n/p, Avail Jun 1. $1200. 604-524-4343

1030 - 5th Ave, New West Near Transportation & Douglas College. Well Managed Building.

office: 604 524-8174 cell: 604 813-8789

Family Living

1 BR apartment suites. Includes heat, h/w & cable. U/grd parking avail. No pets. Call 604-521-2866 or 604-619-5323

1 BR, (80% adult bldg), $750. 2 BR fr $895. 3 BR fr $1100.



401 Westview St, Coq Large Units. Near Lougheed Mall. Transportation & S.F.U.

office: 604 939-2136 cell: 604 805-9490

325 Casey St, Coquitlam Large 1 BR Apt, $760 incls heat, hot water, cable & secure u/grd prkg. Clean, quiet, adult oriented building. Small pets ok. View by appt.

552 Dansey Ave, Coq

Extra Large 2 Bedrooms. Close to Lougheed Mall & S.F.U.

office: 604 939-4903 cell: 778-229-1358

Refreshingly Clean Meticulously Maintained

Surrey Gardens Apartments for your new one bedroom home Owner Managed Sorry, No Pets

Call for details! 604-589-7040


●spacious apartments ●heat, h/w, prkg, indoor pool ●ball court, daycare available ●near skytrain, shopping and kids park. Sorry no pets.

604 939-0944

Bach, 1 BR & 2 BR

Totally reno’d 1 BR, top flr. Pool & weighroom. $850 incls heat and hot water. Quiet area. N/S & N/P.

ACD Realty 604 521-0311 pager 604 252-4424 view


99-7360 Halifax St, Bby

415 Westview St, Coq

Close to Lougheed Mall, all Transportation Connections, Schools & S.F.U.

office: 604 939-8905 cell: 604 916-0261 CANTERBURY COURT Fifth Ave, New West 1 BR $715. 2 BR $895. Lrg, bright, well maint bldg. Rent includes heat, hot water & cable. N/P. Central New West.

CALL 604 519-1095 Professionally Managed by Colliers International


220 7th St, New West 1 BR $700. 2 BR $850. Rent incls heat & hot water, reno’d suites with big patios. By shops, banks, skytrain & college. U/grd prkg available. Call 604 519-1382 Managed by Colliers International



604 420-5636


320-9th St, New West

Bach & 1 BR Available. All Suites Have Balconies. Undergrd Parking Available. Refs Required. Small Pet Ok.


7155 Hall Road, Surrey (King George & 72 Avenue) SURREY • NEWTON

★ Move in Bonus ★ Large 1 BR & 2 BR

Large units some with 2nd bathroom or den. On bus routes, close to S.F.U. & Lougheed Mall.

New building has electric heat, wood laminate floors & carpet. Some 1 BR have electric f/p. Close to wave pool, arena and rec centre. Quiet Pets Welcome.

office: 604 936-1225

Call 604 596-5643

555 Cottonwood Ave, Coq


1 BR & 2 BR Available. Beautiful atrium with fountain. By shops, college & transit. Pets negotiable. Ref required.

1 BR from $775. 2 BR $950.

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Contact Natalie 778-230-9037 or

Bayside Property Services Ltd., Office: 604-432-7774 for more info & to view

136 10th St, New West

3 BR Townhouse, $1218 includes heat & hot water, w/d hookup & common laundry & u/grd prkg. $1200 share purchase.

POCO, 1 BR Apt, in very quiet 6 unit bldg, shared laundry, $800 incls heat & light. June 1. N/P. 604-941-4877 or 604-240-2562

Email for application

POCO 2 BR, 2 level, $775/mo, quiet-family complex, no pets, Call 604-464-0034.

Surrey City Centre NEW Two bedroom condos in the Quattro, S.S.Appliances, granite counter tops, large patio, W&D, gym, playground, sec. prkg & storage, walk to shops & bus & sky train Avail.Now $1100 N/S N/P Call Cindy to View! 604-807-1105 Sutton Group Email: homesforlease@ for a full list of rentals available or call Cindy at 604-807-1105.


St Andrews Street 1 BR Apt, Large balcony, updated, nr transit & amens, available May 1, small pet ok with pet deposit.

Call 604-540-9300




BEAUTIFUL 3 bdrm on acreage, Fam room & den, approx 1500sf w/d, d/w, lg sundeck, workshop, pets ok. Lots of pkg. Lease, June 1, $1600. East of Mission. 604-726-1939



GARAGE FOR RENT, 15 X 21, Hastings & Holden area, $175/mo, immed. 604-298-4076.


Houses - Rent

BBY, Capital Hill. Large 2 BR, 2 levels, 1.5 baths. 2 gas f/ps, 5 appl. D/rm, huge rec room. Lots of storage. Yard incl veggie garden. Quiet area. Near trails. Great mountain & city views! $2,100/mo + utils. June 1st. 604-612-7255 MAPLE RIDGE, Albion area, 5BR, 2BR, large lot, d/w, w/d, f/p, well maintained, $1300 + util, avail June 1st, 604-303-7226


(Coquitlam Centre area) 1 BR & Bachelor Apt, 3 appls, incls heat & hot water, bldg laundry room on each flr. Sorry no pets. Call 604 942-2012

N.WEST 10th ST, 3 BR + den, upr ste, share w/d, $1500 + util, Immed. N/s, N/p. Nr schl/bus/ park/shop. 604-436-9013 aft 6pm

ROTARY TOWER 25 Clute St, New West

Age 55 or over. Beautiful view. Bach high rise apt. Close to trans & shopping. Rent incl all utils. Refs req. Contact Ana Cell: 778-859-0798 Bayside Property Services Ltd.


22588 Royal Crescent Ave, Maple Ridge Large units. Close to Golden Ears Bridge. Great view of River

Renovated high rise, Penthouse, 1 BR & 2 BR available, concrete building. Very close to Metrotown, skytrain & Bonsor swimming pool. Rent includes heat, hot water. Reference required.

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ROYAL VIEW APTS 5140 Sanders, Burnaby. 1 BR. Updated & well managed. By Metrotown. N/P. 604 430-0630

1010 6th Ave, New West


200 Westhill Place Glenayre − Port Moody

PORT COQ, brand new 3 BR Apt., 2 full baths, sec u/g prkg, in ste laundry, all brand new appls incls micro wave, N/s, N/p, avail June 1, $1500/mo. 604-464-5973



Call 604.931.6408

NEW WEST, Sapperton heritage bldg. Bright 2 BR, top flr. Laundry fac. Nr Skytrain & RCH. $995/mo + utils. June 1st. 604-828-5309


Call 604 339-2316


Call Dan 604 728-2086



Queens Avenue

By Highgate Mall in Burnaby

1 BR $780 and 2 BR $950. Spacious, modern, clean quiet bldg. Rent incl heat, hot water, basic cable & prkg. Cats ok.


815 - 5th Ave, New West


Close to Transportation, Schools & S.F.U.

CENTREPOINT 2 bed 2 bath view with balcony. Right across Metrotown 1 yr old with all appl. $1950 avail now 604-617-5852


It’s time to discover

To place your ad call


BBY HEIGHTS Newly Reno’d 1 BR apt. Quiet area. $750/mo. Avail now. 604-299-8885

BBY METROTOWN, 2 BR, 18th flr, great view, incls ht, & hot wtr, enste w/d, prkg, storage, $1500. Carrol 604-862-0474 or view pics at




The Record • Wednesday, May 19, 2010 • A31

office: 604 463-0857 cell: 604 375-1768 St. Andrews Court

910 St. Andrews Street, New Westminster Bach fr $700. Lrg 1 BR fr $750 Rent includes heat. Reno’d, new paint, hardwood floors. Cat ok. Seniors special.

Danny 604 728-2086

PT COQ. 3 BR, 2 flrs. 5 appl, c/port, big f/yrd. Ns/np. $1500/mo + util. July 1st. 604-945-1875 STOP RENTING-RENT TO OWN No Qualification - Low Down CHILLIWACK – 9557 Williams St, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, cozy HOUSE on 49x171’ lot, excellent investment property in heart of town, close to shops & schools................ $888/M VANCOUVER – 558 Taylor St, 1 bdrm + den, 2 level TOWNHOME, nr GM Place, 1.5% Finance $988/M PITT MEADOWS -11860 Springdale Dr. 4 Bdrm, 3 Bath FAMILY HOUSE Appliances, huge family room, f/p, fully fenced back yard, garage, close to West Coast Express, Schools & shops..............$1988/M CLOVERDALE – 6965 - 192nd St, 6 bdrms, 5 baths NEW HOUSE with 3 suites + BIG income potential, all new appliance, w/d, f/p ....$2,688/M

Call Kristen 604 435-5555 or 786-4663


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Houses - Rent

POCO 4 BR, 2 ba, 2 liv rms, D/W, W/D, 2 gas f/p. $1700 incls utils. Ns/Np, immed. 778-245-8016


Miscellaneous Rentals



Shared Accommodation


New Westminster

ROOMMATE TO Share Condo, 1Br $500 incls utils, n/s, n/p, Avail Immed. 604-521-1963


Suites/Partial Houses

BBY EAST, 2 BR bsmt, nr L’heed Mall, N/P, N/S, NO lndry, $850 incl utils. Immed. 604-526-1245 BBY EDMONDS 1 BR g/l, full bath, $675 incl util, no w/d. Avail Now. N/S & N/P. 604-777-2426

BBY 1 BR & 2 BR g/lvl stes in new home, incls utils, $700 & $900, Avail Now, Refs Req, NS/ NP. w/d, 604-518-1328

BBY Edmonds area, 1 BR bsmt, $800 incls utils & appls. 700 sf, Av now. Refs. ns/np. 604-936-0630

BBY 1 St/12 Ave, reno’d 1 BR grd lev, hw flrs, shared w/d, $700 incl utils. N/S & N/P. 604 761-9709 BBY, BACHELOR suite, walk to Metrotown/skytrain. $575inc hyd. Avail now. N/S/np. 604-434-5310

BBY HOSPITAL area. Updated 1 BR. Shared W/D. $760 incls utils. NS/NP. Jun 1. 604-433-4714 BBY METROTOWN 3 BR g/lvl ste, nr skytrain & schls, n/p, n/s, $1200 incls hydro. 604-435-8099 BBY, METROTOWN. New 1 BR, f/bath. Sh’d w/d. Ns/np. $800/mo incl hydro. Immed. 604-377-8687

BBY BOUNDARY/49TH, 1 BR bsmt, 850sf, private entry, $725 incls utils & w/d. Avail June 1. N/P & N/S. Call 604-434-7023 BBY, CANADA WAY. New 1 BR bsmt, sep liv rm & kit, Nr schl, bus & shops. ns/np. 778-881-4101

Coq./Poco/ Port Moody

BBY CARIBOO, 2 BR bsmt , sh’d W/D, NS/NP $800 incls utls. Now 604-525-6283 or 604-838-6736

COQ, North Rd. Furnished 1 BR in house. Females only. $475/mo incl util. N/s, N/p. 604-939-6242

Suites/Partial Houses

BBY, EDMONDS. 2 BR, f/bath. Priv w/d. Ns/np. $900 incl hydro. 604-523-6488 or 604-512-4423

Shared Accommodation



1 BR bsmnt suite, $850 mth. New West nr 22nd St Skytrain. n/s, n/p. June 1. 604-374-4281

North Burnaby

Lrg 1 BR to shr in Clean Bright house, View, 1 blk to bus, $500 incls all, fem pref, 778-668-7181



To place your ad call


BBY, EAST. 1 BR, grd/level. Full bath. $700/mo incl cable & ’net. Near bus. Immed. 778-398-1111

BBY, MIDDLEGATE. Bright 1 BR. Ns/Np, No w/d. $650/mo incl hydro/cbl, June 1. 604-522-6773


Suites/Partial Houses

BBY PARKCREST 1 BR bach g/l bright, partly furn, backyard, view, $700 incl util, June 1, n/s, n/p, nr skytrain, Suits 1. 604-294-8500 BBY SOUTH upper 2 br + den 2,000sf ste, w/d, d/w, lge deck, sec pkng, nr bus/schls/5 mins to Metro Twn. N/S, n/p. $1350 + 1/3 utils. Avail June 1. 604-728-0377 COQ 2 BR ste, $950 incls utils, cls to sch & Lheed Mall, n/p, June 1, 604-931-1699, 778-230-1090 COQ 2BR Reno G/L Own W/D Alarm f/bath f/p $950 incl.ultil & net n/s n/p June 1, 604-728-1638

COQ 3121 Pattulo, 2 BR bsmt, full bath, own w/d, all appls. $995 incls utils. Pets ok. 2 mins to Coq Ctr. Avail May 25. 778-688-2594 COQ CENTRE 3 BR bsmt ste, 3 appls, A/C, prkg, $1250 + sh’d utls. Av now. N/S. 604-649-6668 COQ CTR: 1 BR g/l, 900sf, d/w, share w/d. $750 incls ht & hyd, June 1, N/s, Sm dog ok. 941-0369

BBY N. 2 BR grnd lev ste, avail June 1, N/s, N/p, $1100/mo incls hyd, cbl, lndry, net. 604-603-2381

COQ CTR. New lrg Bach ste, nr bus. Utils & cable incl, no laundry. Suits 1. N/S, N/P & refs req. $700/mo. Jun 1. 604-944-1465

BBY NORTH 1 BR, fully furnished, share w/d. Avail iImmed. $725 incls utils. N/S, N/P & Suits 1 person. 604 420-1675

COQ Maillardville, Upper 3 BR, 2 bath, 5 appls, incls cable & internet. Avail Jun 1. $1250 + hyrdo. N/S. Cat ok. 604-831-2225



Alarm Services




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* RENOS * Bsmt refinish * Drywall * Bath Tiles * Windows * Doors * Stairs. Call Norm 604-437-1470



#1 QUALITY Cleaning Service Homes & Business. Senior Disc. Low Rates. 604 724-8998


Specializing in drywall & textured ceiling repairs, drywall finishing, stucco repairs, painting. Fully insured.

604-916-7729 JEFF



Nuphase Electric #103543 Insured, bonded, lic. electrical contractor. Installation, trouble shooting, service of electrical products. Res. & Comm. bldg. Guar work. Loves small jobs. Seniors Discount. 778-297-7257



THE FENCE GUY Insured B.C.T.Q Tradesmen 1994 Call Dave 604-781-9110


Floor Covering

CERAMIC TILING by prof, 25 yrs exp, qual work at reas rates. F/place & h/w flrs. 604-618-2717


Floor Refinishing

Artistry of Hardwood Floors

Prof. refinish, sanding from $2. installs. Dustless 604-219-6944 INSTALLATION REFINISHING, Sanding. Free est, great prices. Satisfaction guar. 604-518-7508

J & S CLEANING. Res/Comm. Move in / move out. 15% seniors’ discount. 5 years exp. Reliable & guaranteed work. Free estimates. 778-998-9127 or 778-239-9609


Computer Services

Computer REPAIR: PC, Internet, Network, home/office reg maint. Sr’s Disc. Simon • 604-999-0815



DALL’ANTONIA CONCRETE Prompt, Professional, Family run 40+yrs. Seniors % 604 240-3408



MONARCH GARAGE DOORS Installations, repairs and parts. Free estimates. 604-825-0220



DRAIN TILES & WATER LINES Without Digging a Trench 604-294-5300 Mia Casa − Drain Tile/Sewer Line Water Line Repairs / Replacement & Cleaning. Vince 604-941-6060, Al 604-783-3142

#1167 LIC Bonded. Expert trouble shooter, sm job specialist, reno’s, panel changes. 617-1774. CHARLIE’S ELECTRIC Co. #94835 all electric needs, reas rates bonded WCB 778-888-4528

Electrician Lic#95323, Bonded, Affordable Com/Res. No Job too small. 25yrs exp. 604 727-2306 YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 service call. Insured. Lic # 89402. Fast same day service guaranteed. We love small jobs! 604-568-1899




one mini, drainage, landscaping, stump / rock / cement / oil tank removal. Water / sewer line, 24 hours Call 341-4446 or 254-6865



Timberland Forest Products 6x8 Fence Panels from $27, Siding, Decking, Roofing, Shed, Split Rail etc... We Install Cedar Fencing Free Estimates − Call Today 7753 Edmonds St, Burnaby Call 604 520-7792



HANDY ANDY Handyman services. Odd Jobs. (WHATEVER). 604-715-9011



★ AMAZING TOUCH LAND’G ★ Paving, retaining walls, turfing, planting. Call 604-889-4083 FULL LANDSCAPING & yard work. Rock walls, paving stones, concrete walkways, Allan block, fencing, new lawns, ponds & stairs. Reas rates 604-985-8270 ★ OPERA LANDSCAPING ★ Retaining walls, irrigation, paving, patios, fences, etc. 778-688-2444


Lawn & Garden


Full Seamless Gutter Installation/Repairs Soffits All jobs Guaranteed. Fully insured/WCB covered Will beat any competitors price

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The Record • Wednesday, May 19, 2010 • A33

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The Record • Wednesday, May 19, 2010 • B01

New Westminster SALMONBELLIES Season Opener

May 20, 2010

7:45 PM

Queens Park Arena


New BELLIES season could be BEST ever for fans! by Carly Rigby

There is no doubt that hosting what some people call the most exciting Mann Cup in history last September did a lot to draw attention back to lacrosse in New Westminster. With the historic Queens Park Arena at capacity nearly every night during the seven game series, the attention of everyone in the city and far beyond was captured and all eyes were on the Senior Salmonbellies. The Bellies staff has worked hard in the offseason to ensure that the same spirit will be carried over into the 2010 season. With a franchise record of nearly 200 season tickets already sold and a generous following on the team’s Facebook and Twitter pages, the indication is that Bellies lacrosse is alive and well in the Royal City. As home to the most historic club in the country, there is no question that the love and support for the team is secure as they enter their 122nd season. After successful endeavours last year, the team has expanded their plan to host theme nights at home games throughout the season.

On June 3, the Bellies will hold the second Seats for Soldiers Night when they meet the Victoria Shamrocks for the first time at home. In partnership with the Royal Westminster Regiment, the event will showcase military displays and bands. That night, all Armed Forces, Legion Members, Veterans, Cadets and their families will get in free and partial proceeds will go to support the Military Family Resource Centre. Fans are being encouraged to wear uniforms, Regimental blazers or red to support our troops, while the Bellies will take the floor in their new camouflage jerseys, made just for this event. With all that the community has done to support the Bellies over the years, the club felt it was time to give back. In appreciation of two of the biggest employers in New Westminster, planned events will take place this season. June 24, when the Bellies host the Nanaimo Timbermen, will be the second annual Kruger Products night and when Maple Ridge comes to town on July 8, the team will honour employees from the City of New Westminster for the first time. For these events, every person employed by the organization being spotlighted will receive a free ticket to the game.

Not all of the changes are being publicized. Richardson has been hard at work bringing some exciting surprises to WLA lacrosse fans, things that have only been seen in major league sports arenas until now. “We really feel our product on the floor is very good, so we’re now working hard with our sponsors and suppliers to add value to the whole entertainment experience for our fans. We have some big plans for special give-away nights, we bought a tshirt launcher and we have a couple other surprises in store for the Salmonbellies faithful.”

Queens Park Arena will open its doors on Thursday, May 20 for the Bellies 2010 home opener when they will face the Langley Thunder, the team they eliminated in the first round of the 2009 WLA play-offs. Season tickets are still available for purchase through the team’s website: Fans can keep on top of team news by joining the Senior Salmonbellies Facebook group or following @Salmonbellies on Twitter.

B04 • Wednesday, May 19, 2010 • The Record

New Westminster SALMONBELLIES back to the show in the future, that process has to continue. The other side is emotionally; both series were different, terrific, if not hard, experiences and everything we went through needs to be absorbed and used as positive motivation for the future.”

Forget silver; can a dark cloud’s lining ever turn to GOLD? by Carly Rigby By all accounts the 2009 Mann Cup Championship was one of the best ever played. Fans, players, and coaches – young and old – all agreed the seven game marathon that included four games decided in overtime was best final most could remember, with many saying it was the best series they have ever seen. The big winner was the game of lacrosse. The Mann Cup drew the biggest mainland crowds seen in ages and historic Queen’s Park Arena provided the perfect atmosphere befitting the highest level of Canadian Lacrosse. The winner of the seven game classic was the visiting Brampton Excelsiors, who defeated the home town New Westminster Salmonbellies four games to three. To the victors go the spoils, the gold medal and one of the most fabled trophies in Canadian sport; to the vanquished goes heartbreak and ghosts of what could have been. The question that begs to be asked is: What now of the vanquished? To have a dream shattered in seven games stings. To be defeated in the seventh game in overtime after leading throughout much of the contest adds salt to the open wound. To have each of the team’s four losses occur in overtime conjures up images akin to water-boarding in a Central-American prison. So where do the Salmonbellies go from here? And how do they approach the upcoming 2010 season? First things first: put the past the in perspective, according to head coach Bob Salt. “What a series and what fabulous lacrosse,” mused Salt. “Best I have ever been involved or seen. We lost to Brampton the year before (2008 Mann Cup) in Brampton, four straight. Last September, against an even more loaded line-up, we took them to the absolute brink but just couldn’t tip the cow over. As I told our players, be disappointed but be very proud of your accomplishment. Once in a generation two teams are lucky enough to be involved in something that special. In the grand scheme of things, it really is what competitive sports is all about.” The next step: what to bring forward into the future. For former coach, Troy Poelzer, the answer is as simple in its structure as it can be difficult in its implementation.

Motivation shouldn’t be a problem one would think. But not so fast, says the newest coaching addition, Chris Gill, who was on the floor as a player at the time of the series. “Not motivation per se, but directing that motivation in the best possible way and focusing on the right goals is sometimes a challenge. Every year is a brand new year and any success we may have down the road depends on going through the proper process starting at pre-season. There are six other very good teams in our league (the WLA) alone. Now that the next season is underway, we need to get back to what has made us successful the past few seasons and looking after business from day one.” “That means taking nothing for granted, looking after all things we control the right way, and aggressively building ourselves up to the point we give our club every chance to succeed,” added coach and assistant GM, Ken Thomas. “There are no short cuts at this level of lacrosse and sitting here in May and wistfully thinking about revenge in September would be a fatal mistake. We have to continue the cycle of focused work, learning from experience, and get back to the working process of getting better throughout the season, every season. If, when the playoff cards fall, we are lucky to be still be standing come late August, we will starting thinking about September then.” Perhaps the last word should aptly come from PresidentandGMDan

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Richardson: “We really spent a long, and I believe healthy, amount of time deconstructing what we liked and didn’t like about last season and working on how to improve; not too much different than what we go through every year as a management and coaching staff. By all measures, we had an extremely successful year on and off the floor in terms reaching almost every one of our goals heading into the season. Coming so close to our ultimate goal, the Mann Cup, on such a great stage and in such a heart breaking way magnifies but doesn’t alter what we do every year. And this defines what this group is about – striving to get better every single year.” Great results, appropriately so, should never be easy to accomplish. If success is defined by the journey one takes and the willingness to risk attaining great results, the New Westminster Salmonbellies have already grasped their golden lining. And they fully intend on using it to risk reaching their ultimate goal.

“Once you get over the sense of loss in such a hard fought and incredibly close battle, just like anything in life, you need turn everything you can into a positive going forward. It’s a combination of a couple of things. One is learning from the game situations that happened throughout entire series – that’s the mental side. We proved we had that ability from 2008 to 2009, and if we are lucky enough to get

Bob Salt Head Coach

Ken Thomas Dan Richardson Assistant GM & President and Assistant Coach GM

Troy Poelzer Former Assistant Coach

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Royal City Record May 19 2010