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It’s a twisted scenario that a Richmond judge could not believe was allowed to happen. Just how did a man with no qualifications, who’d suffered horrific child sex abuse in a governmentrun facility in Richmond and now suffers from severe psychological issues, get the job as an overnight foster parent for a troubled and extremely challenged teenager? Mary Polak — Minister for Children and Family Development, which oversees foster care in B.C. — did not have the answer when asked Thursday by the News. Neither could Polak guarantee that someone with a truckload of glaring sexual and emotional problems would be prevented from stumbling into the same highly responsible position in the future. Kevin Fanning, 50, was this week jailed for 60 days after admitting to sexually exploiting and sexually assaulting a 17-year-old boy with learning difficulties while acting as his overnight respite care giver in a Richmond foster home.
Fanning had no previous criminal record and was sub-contracted to do the work by the primary foster parent; a decision that was approved by the boy’s social worker. But before Judge Ron Fratkin passed sentence, he told the court how he recalled Fanning giving evidence at a high-profile case in the 1990s, where he detailed a catalogue of sex abuse he suffered at age 11 while in a provincially-run Richmond care home. This week, Fratkin read from a 30-page psychological report on Fanning, which described how he led a miserable teenage life of being rejected and bullied by his peers; showed cruelty to animals; abused substances; developed sexual identity problems and then, by the age of 19, turned to male prostitution in Vancouver. Fratkin lambasted the authorities charged with the care of the 17year-old for allowing someone with Fanning’s disturbed past to get into such a precarious position. “In terms of situations where there is no criminal record that would have precluded them from see Polak page 4
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Like many couples married for more than two decades, David and Sheryl Jaud interrupt each other, correct each other and look at each other fondly when talking about how they met. That’s where many of the similarities end. The Richmond couple is both mentally disabled and on top of that Sheryl has cerebral palsy — an incurable condition that affects muscle movements due to brain damage. Yet, these two have beaten the odds. They survived growing up in Woodlands Institution on Ward 85, a provincial, residential asylum for the insane and mentally challenged. The government shut down the institution permanently in 1996 amidst reports of widespread abuse. “In the past, institutional living was the approach because there was no community support or resources of any kind,” said Lisa Cowell, RSCL fund developer. “Today, David and Sheryl stand as great examples for community living for people with disabilities.” David, 60, met Sheryl, 56, while both were teenagers living in Woodlands Institution. “All I can say is that many of the staff there were mean and would lock you up or make you eat baby food when you didn’t behave,” said Sheryl, who was 11 when she was institutionalized. David, who was placed in Woodlands as a young child, shakes his head, and while Sheryl clutches his hand he said: “I really blocked out what went on at Woodlands … it was a scary place.” Today, with the assistance from RSCL and their families, they are able to live independently. Sheryl and David don’t like to talk much about their time at Woodlands. They prefer to be thankful for the RSCL Supported Living program, which enables them to live a pretty independent life. In 1976, the couple moved into
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David and Sheryl Jaud, a married, mentally disabled couple, living life with assistance from community support worker Nancy Lord (seated). a group home setting in Vancouver. Then, in 1987, they were married and moved into a new group home in Richmond. They have lived in their own apartment for nine years, mostly on their own, with some help from caregivers. However, David had serious medical complications that required him to have open-heart surgery less than a month ago. “We have increased their support to include overnight and weekend support staffing,” said Nancy Long, RSCL coordinator for the Supported Living program. “We have two overnight caregivers who rotate the nights to ensure David’s safety and ensure he takes his proper medication.” Long had worked and known the couple for 15 years. Her job is to help them live as independently as possible.
“I take them shopping and banking, and get them to their medical appointments.” Long went on to say that she has noticed huge improvements in the two since they have participated in life skills coaching. “They both know how to keep their home clean, how to cook … in fact, Sheryl makes good muffins,” Long added. “These are every day tasks that they had to learn late in life because they never learned these practical skills at Woodlands.” Over the years, Long has gone with the couple on holidays and weekend getaways; she has even invited them to her family cabin in the United States. “We have also done staycations where we’ve spent a week visiting other communities such as White Rock to spend the day on the beach, and we went to Tofino in a Winnebago.”
While David is busy doing his thing, Sheryl is either at Avenues for Art and cooking classes, or she’s volunteering, making meals for Wheels on Meals or at the Women’s Resource Centre cleaning or taking the garbage out. Meanwhile, the Jaud’s take the News on a tour of their two-bedroom apartment. It is clean, bright and cheery. A few of Sheryl’s oil paintings adorn the walls. “Sheryl is really good and she loves to paint,” said David proudly. As we shook hands goodbye, Sheryl and David hugged each other and added: “I love Sheryl because she’s so happy I’m back from my surgery … she missed me.” With a giggle and grin, Sheryl said: “I love him so I help him. We missed each other when he was in the hospital for three weeks.” For more information about RSCL, visit www.rscl.org.
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care system. Such checks and screening of the potential respite foster parent are, however, carried out by the primary foster parent and the social worker and then rubber-stamped by the ministry. In the case of Fanning, either the checks were not carried out properly, or not at all. According to the psychological report presented in court, Fratkin said it should have been clear that Fanning was not suitable for the job at the time he was hired, regardless of his trouble past. Polak said, in light of cases such as Fanning’s, the ministry is aiming to keep a tighter control on the hiring of respite carers, but stopped short of guaranteeing others won’t slip through the net. “We conducted a number of different reviews to deal with that, but it is an imperfect science and we have individuals who are experts in that field of analysis,” she said. “It would be foolish to say that this will never happen again. We’re not going to have a perfect record in pre-
dicting these things. Polak added that the ministry has taken over the responsibility of maintaining records of background checks, something that had been left to foster parents. Earlier in the week, when Judge Fratkin asked Crown counsel Kirstin Murphy if the ministry knew about Fanning’s past, she replied, “no.” Murphy explained that the care of the boy was “outsourced.” Fanning’s lawyer, Adi Glouberman, told the judge that more could have been done to prevent her client from getting into such a role. “Unfortunately, there were not better checks and balances,” she said. Judge Fratkin added that, “It’s amazing he was hired with such a high degree of emotional problems and with absolutely no educational qualifications. Someone dropped the ball in giving him the position.” Fanning will be subject to a long list of probationary conditions for three years when he’s released next month.
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with 636 marijuana plants, explained crown counsel Michael LeDressay. “There was potential for a yield of around 118 pounds, which values at anything from $1,500 to $3,800 per pound,” LeDressay told Richmond Provincial Court. Two rifles were also found during the raid, as well as 15 kilograms of ecstasy and, more disturbingly, a pipe bomb filled with gunpowder and equipped with a fuse. Hwang, however, only plead guilty to four charges: possession of marijuana for the purposes of trafficking; possession of methamphetamine for the purposes of trafficking; and two counts of the unsafe storage of rifles. His subsequent sentence came after both Crown and defence agreed on a number
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Continued from page 1 working with children, it’s something that we have very little ability to deal with,” Polak admitted. “Without some kind of indication, it’s impossible for us to predict what might happen. I can’t say that there will never be cases where carers act inappropriately. It is a judgement call from our professionals as to whether or not the person in question is suitable for the position.” Polak told the News that a number of changes, announced this week, have been made in light of the Fanning case. However, most of the changes centre around more stringent and more frequent criminal record checks, none of which would have red-flagged someone with Fanning’s past. Polak’s ministry explained to the News that, as well as criminal record checks, there was, and still is, at the time Fanning got the job, a check called the prior contact check (PCC). The PCC can flag up persons who have been in protective childcare or previously involved with the foster
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he surprise ending to the legal case against former government aides Dave Basi and Bob Virk this week has done little to clear the air around this long-simmering political scandal. On the face of it, the shocking guilty pleas tell a tale of two bad apples — rogue Liberal insiders who went off the tracks, accepting bribes and favours in return for providing railway bidding information to lobbyists. But in the court of public opinion, lingering questions remain. Many question why the pair decided suddenly to plead guilty this week, after seven years, just as some heavyweight political muscle was about to be called to the stand. Nobody in the upper echelons of power whose inter-connected ranks were revealed by the case was keen for the trial to continue. The number of former cabinet ministers, political lobbyists, and friends in high places who must be relieved that some questions won’t even be asked now is impressive indeed. The public has a different viewpoint. With the plea deal and its sanitized version of events accepted, much of what may or may not have gone on behind the scenes in the complex case will remain subject to rumour and innuendo. As the finishing touch, however, the public will still inexplicably get to foot the legal bills for Basi and Virk — an estimated $6 million — despite the guilty pleas. Liberal insiders are undoubtedly happy this legal deal is done. But the whiff around the seven-year corruption case isn’t likely to go away. — North Shore News editorial
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The Editor, Re: “Sex abuse cycle repeats itself,” News, Oct. 22. How can the public or an employer know the history of a person or a sex offender if they have no criminal record? How can we, as the public, be assured that any person employed in any position is safe to be around if their criminal record is clean? We need a much better, effective system in place to prevent this from ever happening again. Is this possible ? As the article states, the offender had “such a disturbing childhood and should never have been in a position of trust,” How do we, the public, protect ourselves if the information was not known. Were any of his friends or family aware of this? And if so, did they warn the public or the authorities? And what about the victim? How can society protect the sex abuse cycle from repeating itself? What does our system offer to prevent this from ever happening again? Gertie John Saskatoon (visiting Richmond)
The Editor, Re: “Bernier and Canuck tea parties,” Opinion, Oct. 22. What columnist Matthew Claxton failed to explain is that our prime minster had similar comments before seizing power. Does “Alberta firewall” ring a bell? Also, our Richmond MP kept repeating in the last election debate how she could fix health care challenges by axing taxes? Hatem Ela-alim Richmond
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Arm your kids with bully defence A critically important skill a parent can help their child to hone is defence against bullies. Bullies are found everywhere – they’re in school playgrounds, in cyberspace and even in adult-only workplaces. Despite antibullying programs (which are great), bullies aren’t going anywhere. They’ve always been part of life, and I fear they’re here to stay. Which is why teaching kids to withstand bullies so important. Bullying has been in the news a lot lately. There’s Phoebe Prince, a 15-yearold girl who had recently moved from Ireland to Massachusetts. The bullies called her the “Irish Slut” on Facebook, and threw things at her. She hung herself. Tyler Clementi, an 18year-old New Jersey student, killed himself after his roommate allegedly videotaped him having sex with a man. Kids who commit suicide after being bullied are the extreme, but bullying happens everyday, in such forms as nasty text messages, physical violence, exclusion and verbal threats. Fifteen per cent of all children reported that they had been the victim of bullies more than once or twice in the past six weeks, according to www.bullying.org. The peak age for bullying is 11 to 12 years old, and boys tend to report more physical forms of bullying, while girls report more indirect bullying such as gossiping and excluding. Many, many incidents
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of bullying appear to be focused on sexual orientation, and I believe education can help that, if not totally eliminate this type of bullying. Dan Savage founded the It Gets Better Project www. itgetsbetterproject.com as a way for gay and lesbian adults to communicate directly with young people who are being bullied about their sexual orientation. “As adults, we now know what too many young, isolated, bullied LGBT kids do not: it gets better. Life gets better, and one day you find happiness,” Savage writes on the project’s website. If you know someone who could benefit from hearing wisdom directly from an adult who has been there, show them this website. When I suggest helping kids hone a strong defence against bullying, I don’t mean they should hit back, or that they should just cope. What I mean is that they should be equipped to deal with it. They should feel strong enough about themselves to know that bullying behaviour is really all about the bully and not about the victim at all. Again, according to www. bullying.org most bullies come from an unhappy place. “People who bully are often scared about some-
thing about themselves, so they try to scare others to hide their feelings or pick on others so they won’t get picked on first. People who bully are unhappy and they take out their unhappiness on others,” the bullying website says. Kids should know when it’s appropriate to get an adult involved and when to resolve it themselves. If they can, the first line of defence should be to ignore the bully entirely. Bullies are looking for a reaction and sometimes the mere act of showing the bully you’re not bothered by what they say will stop it. Kids should know that not only is it okay to step in when they see someone being bullied, but also they should know that the bullying usually stops within 10 seconds if a peer intervenes. Kids need to know that as far as bullying is concerned, there are no innocent bystanders. If ignoring doesn’t work and other kids don’t intervene, it’s best to tell an adult. It’s important for kids to learn the distinction I first heard from author Barbara Coloroso: telling is for when you want to get someone out of trouble, tattling is when you want to get someone into trouble. Telling an adult should make the world safer for the bullied person. Adults who hear from kids that they’re being bullied have a responsibility to step in and speak up, so the victim is safe and secure. Comments and questions always welcome at tracy. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Celebrate Richmond’s rich culture Eid ul fitr marks the close of Ramadan celebrated by the Muslim community. It is a festival of thanks to Allah for enjoying the month of Ramadan. Muslims all over the world celebrate this occasion with a great deal of enthusiasm. Meanwhile, the South Asian community all over the world celebrates Diwali, also known as the festival of lights. It has different significance for the adherents of various faiths includ-
ing Hinduism, Sikhism and Jainism. In addition to elaborate lighting, the Diwali also includes gift exchanges, fireworks, and festive meals. The admission to this celebration is free. Light refreshments will be available. The celebration will also have Henna, Rangoli and displays appropriate to these celebrations beginning at 4:30 p.m. For further information, readers should feel free to phone the RMCS office at 604-279-7160.
The public is invited to join the Society’s Board, staff, volunteers and other members of the community in this multicultural celebration. Celebrations like these go a long way towards creating more awareness and understanding about this community’s cultural diversity. This is what makes Richmond such an attractive place to live. Balwant Sanghera Richmond
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Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan on wheels demonstrates a great way to get some exercise into your dogs. Millan will be at the River Rock Casino Resort Oct. 27.
Mom relying on The Dog Whisperer the show, I love it,â€? said Ryan, who wrote a short essay to the showâ€™s producers to win her invite to the audition. A Richmond mom is hoping TV star Millan is best known for his ability to The Dog Whisperer can solve a very frusrehabilitate dogs while training their owntrating problem when he comes to town ers. next week. He agreed to answer questions from the Kelly Ryan has a wonderful big 90Newsâ€™ sister paper, the Vancouver Courier, pound three-year-old German shepherd via e-mail. called Marley. She also has a wonderful The print edition of the News includes two-year-old son. only some of Millanâ€™s advice, But she canâ€™t go for a walk and his complete responses with both of them because FIND MORE AT can be found online at Marley is uncontrollable on www.richmond-news.com Richmond-news.com. his leash. Q: Vancouver residents â€œWhen we go for walks, tend to treat their dogs like someone always gets left at home and itâ€™s children. Is that a good or bad thing? obviously not going to be my son,â€? said Millan: People humanize dogs and Ryan, who works for the Richmond Animal donâ€™t understand their psychology as pack Protection Society. animals. People get dogs for all kinds of â€œI just canâ€™t seem to control him at all, reasons, but most do it for the companionand heâ€™s almost a permanent off-leash dog ship, so they give them affection, affection, now.â€? and more affection. The problem with this Ryan hopes to be one of the dog ownis that this is not the way to balance. When ers selected from a small group who will people are humanizing their dogs, the audition to be on stage with Dog Whisperer advice I give starts with showing the dog Cesar Millan, when, as part of his first that you are the pack leader. Then you fulCanadian tour, he will bring his popular TV fill the dogâ€™s needs through exercise, which series to the River Rock Casino on Oct. 27. is walking the dog in the correct way, and Ryan is confident that if she makes it practise disciplineâ€”giving the dog rules, onto the stage, Millan will cure her and her boundaries, and limitations. Itâ€™s very impordog of their troubles. tant that we honour the identity of a dog so â€œEvery weekend Iâ€™m off work I watch he can find his life force with us. BY A LAN CAMPBELL & SANDRA T HOMAS Special to the News
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River Road rezoning gets green light City council has approved another rezoning of agricultural to industrial land on River Road, despite the protests of more than 60 property owners in the area. City council agreed Monday to rezone 16540 River Road from agricultural to light industrial. But an agent for the property owner says the rezoning may have been a waste of time and money because restrictions being placed on the property by council will mean the owner’s business plan isn’t viable. Virdi Pacific Holdings had a two-part business plan that included a 20,000square foot kitchen cabinet making plant, plus a refrigerator truck storage business. The city approved the former and nixed the latter, and without the reefer truck storage, the business plan can’t work, says former city councilor Kiichi Kumagai, who represents Virdi. “It will not go forward unless we can change their referral to not allow the
parking of truck trailers,” he told the News. “I can’t get the revenue streams to even pay the taxes.” Virdi is the second property on River Road to get such a rezoning in recent months — a process that has been 10 years in the making. Councillors Sue HalseyBrandt and Evelina HalseyBrandt voted against the rezoning. Evelina Halsey-Brandt said she is not opposed to the rezoning per se but takes issue with the process by which property owners were notified — or rather, the way they weren’t notified — that the rezoning was up for debate at Monday’s public hearing. Only property owners within 50 metres of a property up for rezoning are typically notified by letter of a pending public hearing. While that may be adequate in a more densely population urban area, in the rural area of River Road, it meant only two immediate neighbours were notified by mail, Halsey-Brandt said. Despite the short notice, opponents of the rezon-
ing who were aware of the public hearing managed to get more than 60 people to sign a petition opposing the rezoning. Apart from the general concern about agricultural land being rezoned industrial, some residents opposed the commercial truck storage component of Virdi’s plans. The plans calls for up to 50 reefer trucks using the property as a temporary holding station. The trucks haul produce from the U.S. The produce is then taken to Sea Island where it’s flown to Asia by cargo plane. Keeping produce refrigerated requires running the trucks engines all night long — something that doesn’t sound very environmentally friendly to Halsey-Brandt. “They are there with imported produce running their engines all night long,” she said. “How appropriate is that for agricultural land in Richmond?” In approving the rezoning, council added a restrictive covenant that will forbid Virdi from allowing the property for the storage of
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Get into the pink to fight cancer On Thursday, Oct. 28 the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation ask you to Get Pink’d. Show your support for breast cancer awareness and research by wearing something pink and sporting one of the society’s Get Pink’d buttons. “This is our inaugural Get Pink’d! day,” said Maya
Dimapilis, the foundation’s senior manager of community events and retail partnerships. “Get Pink’d! is the only event of its kind in Canada that supports the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, with 100 per cent of the proceeds going toward breast health-related initiatives in B.C. and the Yukon.
Marcelo Dominguez can’t wait to get into the pink next week. So much so, that he’s already sporting his pink shirt in his office this week.
“It’s a simple way to rally coworkers to support a cause that affects so many of us.” Although, huge strides have been made in breast cancer diagnosis and survival rates, women are still losing their lives to this insidious disease — one that affects one in every nine Canadian women in their lifetime. According to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, in 2010 an estimated 23,200 Canadian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer (2,800 in B.C.), and about 5,300 will die from it (640 in B.C.). “Early detection is still crucial for survival,” added Dimapilis. “This campaign is another way to increase awareness and funds to help find a cure for a cancer that is dear to our hearts.”
Get Pink’d day invites local companies to wear something pink on Oct. 28 in an effort to support a future without breast cancer. For a minimum $5 donation, staff in offices across Richmond will receive a Get Pink’d button. Locally, you can purchase Get Pink’d buttons for your office at the following businesses: The Richmond News, Blundell Blossoms, Bare Basics Lingerie, Salon Diva, Trail Appliances and realtors at local Sutton Realty offices. (Call a Sutton office to find out where). Or, businesses have until today to sign up for Get Pink’d to ensure buttons are delivered on time. To register, call Nicola Houston at 604-683-2873, or visit www.cbcf.org.
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As a dog trainer here in Richmond, I am ecstatic about Richmond City Council drafting a bylaw that will ban the sale of dogs in storefronts. Aside from these pups possibly coming from puppy mills or being impulse buys, I have another reason for being happy with this ban. A good majority of puppy’s bought from pet stores or backyard breeders (which should be the next ban city council looks into) are sold to people who do not know much about the specific breed of dog that they are purchasing. Many dog owners who purchase from a pet store or a backyard breeder do not understand the specific breeds needs or requirements in terms of socializing, training, exercise or even grooming and often the wrong breed is chosen. Before purchasing a puppy, potential owners should do some research into the various breeds to see what the dog was bred for, how much work it requires, how easy it is to handle as an adult and is it the right breed of dog for their family. A proper dog breeder “interviews” potential owners as do our shelters to find out if the breed and family would be a good match. Pet stores don’t do this: a sale is a sale. Perhaps if it is a bit tougher to get dogs this will force more people to go to reputable breeders or our shelters where they will find
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Around Town Friday The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, BC/Yukon Regionâ€™s inaugural â€œGet Pinkâ€™dâ€? day invites offices in Richmond to wear something pink on October 28 and support a future without breast cancer. For a minimum $5 donation, staff at participating offices will receive a Get Pinkâ€™d! button and can proclaim the last Thursday of the month as a wear pink/dress casual day at work. Corporate offices have until Friday, Oct. 22 to sign up for Get
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Saturday Local Volkssport club is hosting a non-competitive 6-11km walk in Richmond Centre area on Saturday, Oct. 23. Free for new participants. For more information, contact Verni at 604682-8390.
Tuesday The Richmond Food Security Society hosts a regular drop-in can-
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mation or to book childcare, call Arzeena Hamir at 604-727-9727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Richmond Golden Rods & Reels Society is holding its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. at the Steveston Japanese Cultural Centre, 4111 Moncton St. Everyone who loves fishing is welcome. For more information, call Lorne Kelly at 604-274-2218.
Wednesday The Richmond Artists Guild meets the second Wednesday of the month at 6:45 p.m. at the Richmond Cultural Centre, #180-7700 Minoru Gate. New members are welcome. For more information, visit www.richmondartistsguild.com or call Jennifer Taylor at 604241-1120.
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DUECK RICHMOND (604) 273-1311 Hwy 99 and the Tunnel 12100 Featherstone Way, Richmond Prices net of all rebates & incentives, Eco rebates, and GM Loyalty. Taxes and levies extra. Vehicle price does not include registration fee of $549, *To qualify for GM Loyalty program customers must be current GM veicle owners for a minimum of 6 months to qualify. All finance offers on approved credit. *All payments are with $2,000 down over 72 months @ 7.9% OAC plus fees & taxes.
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You Auto Know is a feature that examines autorelated trivia. Did you know ... the Chevrolet Suburban turns 75 years old this year. The American icon made its debut in 1935 and has become the first vehicle ever to reach 75 years of production. Chevrolet is commemorating the milestone with a special 2010 75th Anniversary Diamond Edition model. Only 2,750 of these will be made. The original Suburban could seat eight passengers, while the current model can hold up to nine. Bodywork for early hauling/cargo/passenger vehicles that inspired the Suburban often consisted of wood sides and canvas tops. While they were versa-
tile, their car-based chassis and damage-prone bodies were compromises. Chevrolet began experimenting with an all-steel wagon body mounted on a commercial chassis in the mid-1930s, and the Suburban Carryall was launched in 1935. The base price of the original eight-passenger Suburban was about $675, or the equivalent of about $10,900 in 2010 dollars and a radio, heater, clock and even a rear bumper were extra-cost options. In the HBO TV series The Sopranos, lead character Tony Soprano is often seen driving around in a maroon Suburban. Suburbans have also been popular as limos, police and paramedic vehicles, as well as with the U.S. CIA and
Secret Service. Meanwhile, this year, Porsche celebrates 60 years in North America and is marking the milestone by trying to find the oldest Porsche in the U.S. Porsche began in the U.S. with just one model — the legendary 356 — and now has more than 30 variants. The first three 356s arrived on American soil in 1950. Porsche began promoting “vacation delivery” in 1982: A customer would order a Porsche in the United States, take delivery in Europe, drive around the continent and return the car to the factory to have it shipped home. Porsche introduced its driver and passenger air bag passive restraint system on the U.S.-destined 1987 944.
In 1992, it took 125 hours to build a Porsche 911. By 1994, the factory was down to 80 hours, thus reducing the cost of the cars. The Porsche 928 in the film Risky Business was actually a total of four cars ranging in years from 1979 to 1981. Each car had different options such as interior colours, wheel designs and even paint colours. The production crew had to be very careful about which part of the cars they filmed to make it look like only one vehicle was used in the movie. The correct pronunciation of Porsche is “Porscheh.” Hey, we’re just the messengers. This came straight from the source. — National Post, with files from automakers
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Driving through the danger
Hydroplaning Hydroplaning occurs when water on the roadway accumulates in front of a vehicle’s tires faster than the weight of the vehicle can push it out of the way. The water pressure can push the vehicle up on a thin layer of water, essentially breaking the tires’ contact with the road. In a matter of seconds, a driver can lose control and end up swerving out of his or her lane. Preventing hydroplaning: Keep tires well maintained. Worn-out tread can contrib-
ute to hydroplaning, as can inadequately inflated tires. Certain tread patterns are more capable of diverting water away from the tires. Ask a professional about which tire tread to choose. Next, realize that the higher the speed, the higher the propensity to hydroplane. Should hydroplaning occur, let off the gas and do not apply the brake or turn the wheels. Once the car slows down and retains traction once more, steer and brake accordingly.
Ice While some ice can be detected on the roadway, thin sheets of ice that blend in with the asphalt are known as “black ice.” Black ice can be undetectable until a car begins to skid. It is important to make some modifications to a vehicle if driving on ice will be commonplace this season.
At the least, proper tire inflation is important to maintain traction. Tires should also be checked for tread, as bald tires will do little to grip the road. Individuals who want even more protection should consider switching to snow tires for the winter. These tires are made from a softer rubber so they can better grip the road. Reducing speed is also helpful.
Heavy snow Driving in snow is different from driving on ice, but they share some similarities. The best advice for driving in snow is to assess the situation. If it is falling heavily, it can be safer to stay home. If you must drive, reduce speed and leave a very large buffer zone between vehicles to allow for emergency stopping. When approaching intersections or stop signs, begin braking early.
Individuals who live in areas of the country where the temperature and weather changes throughout the seasons have to adapt their driving to meet the road conditions. Weather-related accidents are some of the most prevalent, but can be largely prevented if the proper driving techniques are followed.
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ISN’T IT IMPORTANT TO REUSE BEFORE RECYCLING? While the program is designed to manage unwanted electronic products that have exhausted their reuse potential, we strongly encourage users to first reuse their products. If you choose to donate to a charity, make sure you have backed up your data and wiped your drives clean prior to donation.
WHAT ARE THE ACCEPTABLE ELECTRONIC ITEMS INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM? Effective July 1, 2010, the following items can be recycled free of charge at any Encorp Return-It Electronics™ Collection Site: display devices, desktop computers, portable computers, computer peripherals, computer scanners, printers and fax machines, non-cellular phones and answering machines, vehicle audio and video systems (aftermarket), home audio and video systems, and personal or portable audio and video systems.
Electronics collected for recycling are sent to approved primary recyclers in North America. They are broken down using various manual and mechanical processes. Products are separated into their individual components for recovery. Through a variety of refining and smelting processes, the materials reclaimed from unwanted electronics are used as raw materials in the manufacturing of new products.
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The Richmond News October 22, 2010 A25
Sports Richmond golfer sits 2nd at World Amateur tourney
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Greater Vancouver Canadians Carter Popoff prepares to dump the puck in the South Island Thunderbirds zone during B.C. Major Midget Hockey League action. The Richmond native was among the goal scorers as the Canadians salvaged a split of the weekend series with an 8-4 victory. Anthony Ast, another local product, added a goal and two assists.
Richmond’s Christine Wong is championship, while Sweden took off to an outstanding start at the home the title. 2010 Women’s World Amateur “We have an excellent team Team Championship in Buenos heading into the event with a Aires, Argentina. solid mix of international experiWong currently sits in a threeence and tremendous ability,” said way tie for second place after Doug Roxburgh, Golf Canada’s firing a 5-under 67 on Director of High Thursday. She is just Performance and nonthree strokes back of 36playing Team Captain. hole leader Jessica Korda “Jennifer, Sara-Maude of the United States. and Christine are three Her round included of this country’s finest six birdies and one bogey. young amateur golfIt also helped Canada ers and will look to move into eighth place showcase their talents in the team standings. on golf’s international Her Canadian teammates stage.” Christine Wong — Sara-Maude Juneau Wong is currently in and Jennifer Kirby — sit her sophomore year at well back at 5-over and 9-over San Diego State University. The respectively. McMath secondary graduate is Korea heads the team standings coming off an outstanding rookie at 15-under, one stroke better than season that saw her be named the the U.S. and four up on Germany. 2010 Mountain West Conference Canada is nine off the pace. Freshman of the Year. Team Canada is one of 54 A busy summer schedule nations competing for the coveted included her posting a wire-toEspirito Santo Trophy. Canada wire victory at the B.C. Women’s finished runner-up in 1966 and Amateur and finish as the sec1978 and also tied for second in ond ranked amateur at the U.S. 2004, but has yet to take home top Women’s Open in Oakmont. It spot honours. In 2008, Canada was the first major of her career finished fourth in the biennial and she placed 55th overall.
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Passed away suddenly in Richmond on Friday, October 15, 2010. Born June 2, 1955 in Orvieto, Italy. Loving husband of Roni, beloved father of Niko and Jason. A dear son-in-law, uncle and friend. Aldo is also survived by his parents Ampelio and Emilia, brother Daniele (Patrizia) and other relatives and friends in Italy. A Mass in Aldo’s memory will be held on Friday, October 22 at 8:15 AM at St. Anthony of Padua Parish, 8891 Montcalm Street (at W. 73 Avenue), Vancouver. Fraser Heights Funeral Home 604-589-2559
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July 15, 1923 - September 29, 2010 It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Ward on September 29. Predeceased by wife Phyllis. He is survived by spouse Kathy O’Connell, Richmond; his daughters Diane Hight (Ab), Arizona; Linda Slavin, Delta; grandchildren Pam Hight, Ohio; Ken Hight (Phyllis), Ohio; Gary Slavin (Rebecca), Maple Ridge; Glen Slavin, Abbotsford; Michael Hight, Hawaii; great-grandchildren Lance, Ohio; Tristan and Tyler, Maple Ridge. Ward was a WWII Veteran in the Navy. He was the Past President of Softball BC from 1964-1970. He was an avid golfer to the age of 83 and was a member and Past President of Quilchena Golf Club in Richmond. Ward enjoyed sharing good times with his family and friends and his time at his trailer in Birch Bay. At Ward’s request there will be no funeral services. In lieu of ﬂowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice.
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CENTRAL RICHMOND area, 2 hair rental units avail for Nov. Please call Ruby 778-574-3245
BC’s largest High School Cafeteria Company with over 50 locations is now hiring a Team Leader for a private school in Vancouver. Please Fax ax resume to 604-575-7771
LUKY STUDIO has a chair & nail table available for rent. Call 604-304-9174
FULL TIME food preparer perm position, Richmond, $10.30/hr. email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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PLANET LAZER Now Hiring F/T & P/T positions available. Fax resumes to: 604 514-2292
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Studio 306 design inc., a graphic design company located in Richmond, BC, is seeking photographer and graphic arts production assistant. This will be a long term full-time position, commencing at the end of October, 2010. Pay will vary depending on experience, in the range from $13 - $20/hr with a 40 hr work week. Written and spoken Japanese necessary for this position. Education and experience in photography essential. Resumes to be emailed to: email@example.com, or faxed to 604-303-7072 Only selected candidates will be contacted for interview.
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OPEN YOUR HOME 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 www.plea.ca TSC NURSERY SALES looking for seasonal labour. Starting 02/07/11 at $9.14/hr, min. 40 hours a week Monday to Friday. Duties include, shipping, production, maintenance inside greenhouses and outside areas. Please apply by email to email@example.com or fax 604-273-0497
PERSONAL Care Aide for male quadriplegic, f/t, p/t, Ladner. Driv lic./no exp req. firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 604-952-4497 leave msg.
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Terrific career opportunity with outstanding growth potential to learn how to locate rail defects using non-destructive testing. No Exp. Needed!! Plus Extensive paid travel. meal allowance, 4 weeks vacation and benefits pkg. Skills NeededAbility to travel 3 months at a time Valid AZ, DZ class 3 or 1 High School Diploma or GED Apply online at www.sperryrail.com under careers, Click here to apply, key word Driver.
Control Solutions Ltd, an Independent Temperature Control Contractor is hiring Journeymen/4th year construction electricians. Competitive salary and a generous extended health/ dental plan. Please send your resume by fax to 604-521-9292 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
NAPD in Vancouver is currently looking for individuals with land/ marine pile driving experience. If you are looking for a career as one of the following: ● Bridgman Pile Driver ● Bridgman Pile Driving Foreman ● Pile Driving Crane Operator we would like to hear from you. To apply today, please visit our careers page at www.nacg.ca TECHNICIAN/INSTALLER Required for automatic and manual door hardware. Full time, electronic, electrical, mechanical experience beneficial, Class 5 driver’s license. Willing to train. E-mail resume: email@example.com
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FOODSAFE 1 DAY COURSES – ONLY $62! Richmond: Oct 30 or Nov 21 Vancouver: Every Sat, Sun & Mon Also Bby • Sry • Coq • M.Ridge Health Inspector Instructors! ADVANCE Hospitality Education BC’s #1 Foodsafe Choice
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For Sale Miscellaneous
A new series called 'Canadian Pickers' is looking for people who have LOTS of vintage items, memorabilia, collectibles, or antiques to sell for cash. A spin-off of the popular 'American Pickers' television show airing on the History Channel, our hosts want to meet people and hear their stories as they travel across the country looking for hidden treasures. Attics, barns, yards or basements full of stuff--we’re looking for you! We’ll be heading to B.C. November 25-30. Please call Jeff at Cineflix Productions 416 531 2500 ext. 184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Act Fast! Won’t Last! $$ GREAT DEALS !! $$
Look fabulous in all real designer clothing such as: Aritzia,TNA, Ed Hardy, Christian Audigier, ALDO Dress Shoes, Armani Exchange, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ecko Red, Triple5Soul & Nike Kicks. Sizes: XS or SMALL, barely worn, like new condition. Also some bags & Juicy Couture Jewelry are also avail for sale. Photos & more info avail: email@example.com or call (604) 880-0288 Serious buyers only please! All must go, down sizing wardrobe!
MOVING soon MUST sell! Thomasville Mystique Dining Ste, 6ft table x 45in & 2 inserts, Hutch w/glass & lights 6ft x 19in, 8 chairs, $2500. Sony Trinitron TV 36in & cabinet $100. Pool/ Billiard Table 3/4 size + extras, $200. Norris Metal Safe 4ftx4ft $200. All OBO. 778-552-5557
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Antiques & Collectibles Auction Wednesday, October 27 @ 3 pm
Victorian & Edwardian Furnishings, Several Dinner Sets, Royal Doulton Figurines, Oriental Porcelain, China, Crystal & Brassware, Persian Carpets, Native Baskets, Carved Ivory, Sterling Silver Flatware & More, Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Ltd. Edition Prints plus Gold & Sterling Jewelery
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Aries March 21 - April 19: A month of mystery, of psychological, ﬁnancial and sexual depths awaits you. You might be “tied to” another’s ﬁnances, might invest, or take on a mortgage or other large debt. The end result will be a change in your lifestyle. This change might occur through other avenues also: health adjustments, sexual involvements (or pregnancy) etc. It’s a time of commitment and consequence. It’s also, to some degree, a time of karma – I hope you’ve been good! Research, intuition and subconscious promptings aid you. Chase money, shop early Sunday. Thursday to Saturday are sexy, romantic! Taurus April 20-May 20: The weeks ahead feature relationships – of all stripes, from marriage and business partnerships, to agreements, contracts, negotiations, dealings with the public, and the bevy of new relationships that relocation would entail. You are no longer (as in recent weeks) meeting friction and challenge from others. Now forward (to January) most dealings and links become unusually affectionate and gracious. Everyone wants to please – you included! It’s likely that a former bond, an “ex” or a former opportunity (relocation, business, public dealings, etc.) will loom large. Talk it up, Thursday. Gemini May 21-June 20: The next few weeks bring drudgery, chores, health concerns, machinery repairs/purchases and increased dependents’ needs. All these detracted from the pleasures of the last few weeks. So now the cosmos balances: during this “drudgery month” your chores will tend to be light and enjoyable, co-workers will be affectionate (or at least nice), dependents reward you and your health will improve...unless you have a sugar-related problem – e.g., diabetes. (If so, be vigilant through January.) Relationships grow ﬁery yet hopeful. Love could arise from an argument (and vice versa).
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Cancer June 21-July 22: The month ahead features romance, pleasure, speculation, creativity, beauty and charming kids. You’ll ride a winning streak! These enjoyable matters were sprinkled through September and October, but now they ﬂower more fully. A contentious, intense tone yields to a softer, affectionate “dalliance” atmosphere. An old ﬂame might appear, if he/she has not already done so in the last two weeks. Sunday’s for fun, social delights. Retreat to rest, plan Monday/Tuesday. Your energy, magnetism and effectiveness soar Wednesday p.m. to Friday – go out, NOT within! Money caution Saturday. Leo July 23-Aug. 22: The weeks ahead revolve around home, kids, property, security, soul, nutrition and Mother Nature. The friction that sandpapered these areas in recent weeks will fade – for two years. Now to January, affection ﬁlls your home. You’ll be charmed and charming! It’s a splendid time to decorate, vacation, take the kids to the pumpkin patch, etc. If you’re single, a romantic streak begins to wind through your days. If married, the boudoir brightens. If parenting, be gentle – you might push sports, adventure, too hard. Be ambitious Sunday. Happiness, hopes, plans and popularity Monday/ Tuesday! Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22: Communications, paperwork, details, errands, short trips, siblings and casual acquaintances ﬁll the weeks ahead. Much of this continues September/October’s trends, but in bigger, luckier ways. The focus of communications changes from sex, ﬁnances, mutual property, big changes, power plays, secrets, to something lighter, more gracious: affection/sensuality, earnings instead of assets, compromise instead of power plays, etc. Less is at stake, and that buoys your heart! Still, you’ll be short-tempered on the home front to early December: make peace! Social joys Wednesday-Friday!
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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Chase money during the weeks ahead. Buy/sell, cultivate new clients, seek a pay raise, etc. Also focus on, and complete, major tasks or health ﬁxes. Putting them off would interfere with the lucky opportunities and relationship potentials of 2011. To late January, your work scene features intensity, longer hours and creativity – it’s one of the more interesting things in your life, until 2011.“Heavy” money issues enter Sunday (mortgage, investment, etc.) – be calm, even passive. Wisdom, gentle love early week. Ambitious wishes furthered Thursday/Friday, not before. A happy weekend! Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21: Weariness ends – your energy, charisma and effectiveness rise – especially in money areas. For the next six weeks, increased money will come from work or health events, perhaps from overtime hours, sales. Though more money comes, strictly beware a simultaneous, unconscious need to overspend. You could purchase machinery or repairs – haggle, go slow, don’t “spend automatically.” A relationship puzzles you Sunday (perhaps because it’s going to end soon). Mysteries, hidden “treasure,” sexual lures ﬁll Monday/Tuesday. Sweet, gentle love Wednesday-Friday. Be ambitious Saturday. Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21: Rest through late November. Contemplate, plan, be charitable and spiritual, connect with institutions, government agencies. All these proceed splendidly, but other, more hectic pursuits meet headwinds, mainly because your energy and charisma are low. People don’t want to follow your lead right now. This could be a problem, because you’re feeling more determined, assertive and impatient than usual. Dicey combination! Turn that drive into creative pursuits. Indulge yourself with a little pleasure to defuse your ferocity. Valuable secrets surface Wednesday-Friday – pounce Thursday p.m.!
Oct. 24 - Oct. 30 Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19: A month of happiness stretches before you! Your popularity will rise. Social delights, optimism, bright future plans and group activities await. A light ﬂirtation could occur – it could be more than that if you meet in a group. Sunday accents romance.Tackle chores Monday to Wednesday morning. Relationships loom large Wednesday noon to Friday eve. There’s a disappointment or obstacle here Thursday morning, but otherwise these few days offer success in negotiations, agreements, love, partnerships, meeting or serving the public. Be open, other-oriented and eager! Mysteries, Saturday. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18: The weeks ahead luckily feature ambition, career, prestige relationships and your reputation. Climb the ladder, boost your position in the world! Bosses, parents and higher-ups will (by Thursday onward) drop the impatience and temperament of the last two months.They will strongly favour you now into next January: you’ll be surprised at how graciously you and your proposals are received. Travel and socializing issue a siren song for six weeks – enjoy, but don’t be overly distracted. Romance, creative urges and pleasure call you Monday/Tuesday. Tackle work after Thursday morning, not before. Pisces Feb. 19-March 20: Understanding replaces mystery, light replaces dark, a philosophical attitude supplants lust.You grow more calm and compassionate. You see your future more clearly, making this and the next few weeks a splendid time to make life-affecting decisions. You might wed, or meet an important love, in the few months ahead. Travel, read, communicate Sunday. Be near home or in contact with family – or pursue security, property goals – Monday/Tuesday. Romance, a creative surge or speculative urge comes Wednesday to Friday – it’s a trap to Thursday morning, succeeds after. Chores Saturday! firstname.lastname@example.org • Reading: 416-686-5014
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• Save On Cartridges ......................604-214-8211 • Shoppers Drug Mart ......................604-276-0067 • Subway ......................604-244-7170 • Sutton-Garden City Realty ......................604-273-8582 • The UPS Store ......................604-231-9643 • Tong Moo Do Martial Arts ......................604-244-1188
No. 4 Road
• Garden City Medical Clinic • ......................604-270-3121 • Garden City News • ......................604-244-8849 • Garden City Veterinary Clinic • ......................604-270-6163 • Great Clips • ......................604-278-0198 • I.G.A. Marketplace • ......................604-244-7425 • Instyle Hair • ......................604-278-7992 • I Sold It • ......................604-233-9238 • J Malone’s Cold Beer & Wine • Store ......................604-270-3222 • • Garden City OPEN SOON Laser Hair Removal • • Le Miracle Hair Design ......................604-276-9607 • • Liberty Cleaners ......................604-279-9332 • • Linda Reid, M.L.A. ......................604-775-0891
• Creative Cards & Gifts ......................604-270-9619 • Dany Vision ......................604-551-7788 • Dog’s Avenue ......................604-270-3013 • Dollar Town ......................604-214-3535 • Dr. Darrell Douglas, Dentist ......................604-273-0123 • Escape Tanning ......................604-244-1155 • European Touch Esthetics & Day Spa ......................604-231-0575 • Gail Maida, Notary Public ......................604-273-9688 • Garden City Bakery ......................604-244-7888 • Garden City Chiropractic ......................604-270-4575 • Garden City Coin Laundry ......................604-244-1120 • Garden City Grill NEW ......................604-244-7147
No. 3 Road
NEW • A&W Food Services ......................604-272-7773 • Ali’s Shoe & Leather Repair ......................604-270-3525 N • Artisans Galleria OPEN SOO ......................604-241-2790 • Awesome Nails ......................604-278-3336 • Back to Health Massage Therapy ......................604-273-2996 • Beetles Dance Wear ......................604-277-4528 • Benchmark Graphics NEW ......................604-238-0550 • Blenz Coffee ......................604-277-4245 • Central Agencies Insurance ......................604-276-0234 • Chirps Children's Store NEW ......................604-278-7272 • CIBC ......................604-665-6155 • Church’s Chicken ......................604-244-0318
Garden City Shopping Centre