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ers (including 10 on staff who will be losing By Jennifer Lang Ever since the liquidation sale began, it’s their jobs) and 300 consignment sellers will be been all hands on deck at the Cloverdale without a home. Most, like antique jewelry dealer Joan McKiAntique Mall at Clover Square Village. ta, are retiring or going out of business. Customers are swarming to B.C.’s largest anA few, like Langley’s Don Goldie, a lighting tique mall – many of them regulars lured by the promise of 20 to 70 per cent markdowns, a expert, will be starting over on their own. With just a few weeks to go, thousands of sense of loyalty, and an incurable addiction to items must go. collecting one-of-a-kind items. Garrett is in overdrive to clear Lines formed outside the doors out his inventory, about 30 per that first weekend, and customers cent of the mall’s stock. agreeably weathered hour-long He wonders how the clientele queues at the till. Weeks in, it’s will fare once the doors shut for still busier than it’s ever been. good. “It’s crazy, but crazy is what we “They’re starting to realize that need,” said co-owner and general unless they just want to purchase manager Tim Garrett, a blur of on-line, then stores like ourselves activity amid Victorian china cabare disappearing. Let’s not kid ourinets, giant cast iron urns, solid selves,” he said, “When it comes to wood dining sets, chandeliers and this type of product in this type of floor lamps, answering questions, quantities, we’re it.” making sales, and arranging for People love exploring, he says. Tim Garret home deliveries – three before Every corner reveals a new suropening and eight that night. prise: shelves lined with rotary The 16,000 square-foot mall (including the mezzanine) is going out of business after 12 telephones, stalls with colourful ‘50s kitchen years because it can’t afford a massive hike in kitsch, Hardy Boys novels, aboriginal art, cowboy hats, Expo 86 memorabilia, massive paintits lease, which is about to expire. The mall has negotiated a small extension. ings in gilded frames, vinyl records, art deco But by March 20, the 45 full-time antique dealSee MILLIONS OF MEMORIES / Page 9
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Many of these rotary telephones had sold by Monday afternoon. The vendor, a dealer specializing in eclectic British Columbia memorabilia, is retiring when the antique mall closes March 20.
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MALL MAN SENTENCED The real estate developer who built the Cloverdale Mall has been sentenced to four years in jail for fraud. Adolf Schiel, 74, and his daughter Sandy Schiel, were found guilty of submitting false GST claims in the early 2000s in relation to two real estate developments on Vancouver Island. Their sentencing hearing took place in December and January, and a provincial court judge sentenced them Feb. 15, according to news reports.
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Downtown organization welcomes more commercial density By Jennifer Lang Vera’s Burgers, Original Joe’s Restaurant, Clancy’s Meat Co., and Starbuck’s are among the latest additions to a new shopping plaza that’s expected to soon break ground in Cloverdale. Quiznos, Cobs Bread, and Westland Insurance will also be part of Anthem Properties Ltd.’s plans for its Brick Yard Station proposal, making its way through the final stages of approval at city hall. Those additional tenants are included in the latest project plans on the company’s website – and on eye-catching new signs hanging from the fenced-in, 10acre site this week. Those retailers will be joining larger anchor tenants like Rexall Drugs, CIBC, and Staples in the new development, replacing the large vacant lot on the northwest corner of Highway 10 and the Cloverdale by-pass. The rezoning and OCP amendment necessary for the proposal proceeds to final reading by Surrey city council on Feb. 28. If it passes, the sod turning could be as early as April, putting completion sometime later this year or early 2012. The Anthem Properties’ site is home to the former highways maintenance works yard and is zoned for industrial use. It consists of two parcels the company is seeking to have rezoned to permit a business park on its western portion and a
6,500 square-metre community retail centre that would be built first. The company is still looking for a salon, produce store, dental, health and well-being clinics and other retail businesses to help fill up the new development. Plans show space for nearly two dozen small commercial tenants along
“We’ve been competing a lot with Fraser Highway...” - Paul Orazietti with 300 parking stalls. Access would be from Highway 10 and from 57 Avenue. Brick Yard Station, the proposed shopping plaza, will have a Yaletown-style feel with brick and steel building materials and other touches to bring create a heritage rail theme. The Cloverdale BIA is happy to lay out the welcome mat for the development – and the redevelopment of the Cloverdale Mall site taking place on the opposite corner, says executive director Paul Orazietti. “It will really add some substance to the town centre,” he said. The City of Surrey is asking the developer to install gateway signage at the northeast corner of the property welcoming visitors
THAT’S WITH A ‘U’ Marlene Delcourt is the correct name of the Reporter reader who took the Feb. 18 photo of the week of Cloverdale United Church against a dramatic New Year’s Day sunset.
LOADS OF DOUGH Liberal leadership contender Kevin Falcon took in more than $708,000 in campaign contributions, the highest of the four remaining candidates for tomorrow’s race and higher than the spending limit for this type of campaign. Following the example by another contender, Mike de Jong, the Surrey-Cloverdale MLA released his contributor list earlier this week, showing many of his 332 contributors are Surreyarea businesses and companies, including $40,000 from Keg Restaurants and $25,000 from a firm belonging to Van- Cloverdale’s man? couver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini. Falcon returned to his home riding Thursday night, holding a “Rally in the Valley” at the Alice McKay building at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.
LOTS OF B.C. LIBS Nearly 50,000 new members signed up by the deadline, B.C. Liberal Party officials say, making them eligible to help pick the next premier tomorrow (Feb. 26). The “dramatic increase” has pushed memberships to the 90,000-range, a clear signal of enthusiasm for the race, party president Mickey Patryluk said. It’s unknown how many new members each leadership candidate will be bringing to the fight; Kevin Falcon’s (Surrey-Cloverdale) backers say they’ve got 17,500; Mike de Jong’s campaign claims more than 10,000; and Christy Clark is expected to have between 20,000 to 26,000. Many of the newbies are believed to have signed up in Surrey, where three campaigners were concentrating on the South Asian community. Tomorrow’s vote is a preferential ballot. – Black Press
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to the historic Cloverdale town centre, Orazietti said. (A smaller gateway sign or feature is in the works for the corner of Highway 10 and 184 Street as part of a collaboration between the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce, the Cloverdale Business Improvement Association and the City of Surrey.) Once complete, Brick Yard Station and phase one of the Cloverdale West Village mall redevelopment will bring new residential and commercial units to the downtown. Downtown businesses are a tertiary shopping district – third in line behind newer retail developments along Fraser Highway and 64 Avenue, he says. “People don’t need to come down this far to do their shopping,” he said. Cloverdale’s growth, meanwhile, has been in the triple digits, doubling in just 15 years. “It’s unmatched in the valley.” The trouble, Orazietti says, the growth has been “spread all over.” Concentrating some of that growth in the historic town centre will have benefits beyond the local small business community, Orazietti says. “Because of the upgrades to the main street area, it’s become a more attractive place to live, and it’s become more vibrant,” he said. As the new residential units fill up, the area will become more alive, resulting in less crime, for example, he said.
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SUPPORT GROUP MEETS The Hominum Fraser Valley Chapter is a support and discussion group to help gay, bi-sexual and questioning men with the challenges of being married, separated or single. Our next meeting is Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m. For information and meeting location call Art at 604-462-9813 or Don at 604-329-9760 CEMETERIES: THE ARCHIVAL COLLECTION Cemeteries are priceless and irreplaceable resources that are essential to family historians. Saturday, Feb. 26 from 121:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Charge: $10. At the Cloverdale Library, 5642 176A Street. Find out how the archival elements of a cemetery “collection” can enhance your understanding of this research: landscape and architectural organization, imagery and text, risks and conservation concerns and importantly – value to the community. Please register by calling 604-5987328 or emailing email@example.com HARNESS THE HOPE Friday, March 4 at Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino, come out and support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Buffet dining and dancing, blackjack tournament, silent auction, spin and win, special guest speakers. Tickets $50. For more information call 604-575-5603. BLUE HAWAII FUNDRAISER Cloverdale Catholic School invites you to join staff and students at a tropical themed fundraiser Saturday, March 5 from 7-10 p.m. Tickets $30 at the school. Appetizers, cash bar, silent and live auctions. Info: 604-574-5151. EASTER EGG WORKSHOP The Ukrainian Women’s Association Surrey branch hosts a pysanka workshop at the Ukrainian Orthodox Centre, at 13512 108 Ave. March 2, 10, 17, 24 and 31, from 6:45 p.m. to 9 p.m. Bring your kistkas. Eggs, wax and dyes will be provided. Fee is $13 per session. Pre register by calling Shirley at 604-596-2048. OLD TIME DANCE March 3 at Clayton Hall, 18513 70 Ave., Surrey, one-half block north of Fraser Hwy, on 184 St. Hosted by the Surrey Old Time Fiddlers. Admission $3. For more information, call 604576-1066. TREASURE MARKET PLACE Saturday, April 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sullivan Hall, 6306 152 St. Antiques, collectibles, new and gently-used items. Gail Pirie, certified appraiser from the CBC’s Antiques Road Show, will be on hand to do verbal appraisals. Vendors wanted, tables are $25. For more information, contact Val Barker at 604-583-2944 or firstname.lastname@example.org ANNOUNCEMENTS RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS The Fraser Health Crisis Line is recruiting volunteers to provide assistance to people experiencing emotional distress. Extensive training and ongoing support provided. Info packages at Options Community Services 9815 140 Street, Surrey or email email@example.com Next training starts soon. ONGOING The Alzheimer Society of B.C.’s White Rock office is looking for office volunteers and support group facilitators. A commitment of 2-4 hours weekly or bi-weekly over a one year time period is required. Training is provided. Contact Avalon for more information: 604-541-0606 or email: Atournier@alzheimerbc.org. To learn more about our organization please visit our website: www. alzheimerbc.org
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This was the scene late Tuesday as excavators steadily transformed the Cloverdale Mall into piles of rubble, bricks and wood for salvage.
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Changes: a tale of two malls around the mall and pulling up on his motorcycle to open the store. When Maynes’ kids were little, she took them to visit Santa. “Sad to see it go for those reasons but oh sooo excited to see the new development,” wrote Maynes, who works at Re/Max Cloverdale/Langley along with her husband Bob. In addition to Santa visits, Lisa Bender-Foslett holds fond memories of Easter egg hunts and frosty malts. “The mixer shack had the best cotton candy gum balls,” she added, promising to bring in her own pictures of the mall under construction in 1973. “I didn’t spend a lot of time there,” wrote Not Quite South Surrey, a popular local blogger. “But I remember that was one of the last ‘Real’ Safeways, before they all became HUGE stores. I remember ‘hanging out’ (aka loitering) as a teen... [it] will be interesting to see the changes and hopefully revitalization of the huge potential in Cloverdale.” Tapping into that potential is the main reason the mall is be-
After years of promises and delays, it’s really happening. A demolition crew started chomping into what most agree is Cloverdale’s biggest eyesore Feb. 8, setting off a wave of reactions among readers: curiosity, nostalgia, and unbridled relief – the Cloverdale Mall is finally coming down. We’ve been posting photographs of the demolition on the Cloverdale Reporter’s Facebook Page, where we’ve created digital photo albums showing how the mall looked when tenants cleared out in October – and another documenting the unfolding teardown. The Facebook comments have been so fun to read, we couldn’t resist sharing them in print, too. “Wooo hooo yhaaaaa!” wrote Keith Aldrige. “It’ll be nice to see it all gone and cleaned up.” “End of an era,” commented Russel Lolacher. “My mom used to work there.” Local realtor Jo-Anne Maynes’ parents worked there, too – her mom and dad owned Ed’s Furniture and Appliances. Her dad has since passed away, but she can still picture him wandering
ing torn down – to make way for a new, commercial and residential development. Construction on phase one of Cloverdale West Village is expected to get underway later this year. The first phase includes a new home for the Cloverdale Legion plus about 100 residential units proponents say will help build density in the downtown core. By coincidence, it’s also the end of the line for the Cloverdale Antique Mall, one of the last remnants of Cloverdale’s famed antique alley. It easily be argued that it’s been a victim of its own success. In contributing to the overall economic health of Cloverdale’s commercial sector, it got priced out, according to the man who started the mall in 1999, Bill Reid. The landlord wanted to hike the lease – a devastating development for the owners, the 40-odd antique and collectible dealers under the mall’s roof, and the hundreds of local consignment sellers. Ironically, business has never been better – thanks to the
liquidation sale. Reid says a third of the customers are locals who never knew the mall existed. “This is incredible,” they tell him. “How come you’re moving?” When it opened, Cloverdale was home to at least 10 antiques and collectible stores, most along 176 Street, including the incredible Red Barn Store, which is also getting out of the antique business, sooner rather than later. That will leave just two shops here. It’s impossible to deny it. Things are changing in every direction you look. Most are entirely positive: the new recreation centre is nearly complete. And kitty-corner from the old mall is the site of a new shopping plaza. Add to that the promise of a new car barn here for the Fraser Valley Railway Society – and local launch for the heritage rail demonstration project – and it’s clear Cloverdale is changing for the better.
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An accomplished mission By Jennifer Lang Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts, four city councillors and 32 business executives returned home earlier this week from an 11-day trade mission to India, after stops in seven cities including Mumbai, New Delhi, Janlandhar, and Amristar. While in Amritsar, Watts and councillors Linda Hepner, Barinder Rasode and Tom Gill visited the Harmandar Sahib, (Golden Temple), the holiest Sikh temple. The tour took in seven cities, resulted in The Cloverdale four Memorandums of Understanding, and a number of deals that CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Drop completed us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call were either Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts and councillors Linda Hepner, Tom Gill and Barinder Rasode (above), explore a roadside or moved to a 604.575.2400, “final in- Dhabar or fax us 604.575.2406 in Punjab for at lunch during the recent trade mission to India. cubation stage” a Feb.
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Mall turns into pile of rubble By Jennifer Lang What little remains of the Cloverdale Mall is quickly being replaced by mountains of debris as excavators chomp their way through the structure. By last Friday morning, nearly all of the former Safeway anchor store had been demolished, and two large excavators were busy pulling apart the walls and roof of the atrium. And on Wednesday, the 5710 175 Street entrance – memorable for its raspberry paint job and the wooden sign spelling out “Cloverdale Shoppers Plaza” – was pulled down, a spectacle witnessed by a small crowd of students from neighbouring Cloverdale Learning Centre. One recorded the event on his iPhone and planned to post the video to YouTube. Demolition began in earnest Feb. 8 and
clables are being piled and then sorted to be hauled away. The mall – built in 1973 and located on City of Surrey property – is being torn down to make way for a new development called Cloverdale West Village, a mix of commercial and residential units. The first phase be-
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Highway 10 at 180 Street that would let motorists know they’ve arrived in the design, and cost-shared on the the historic town centre. Kal Tire has cost,” an arrangement that’s unique, been asked to create a landscaping he said. Normally, the city pays 100 berm as part of plans to redevelop its per cent of the cost of the hundreds of 5621 180 Street service station. banners installed across Surrey. “The BIA and the city will come in “The BIA is a key partner for us in at a later date and construct some sort downtown Cloverdale,” he said. of heritage marker or feature,” Klassen The Cloverdale banners are lo- said. cated along the 150 poles on the The final design may be a work of bypass from Highway 10 to 64 Av- public art created out of black metal enue, and along both 176 and 176 A and wood materials. Streets from 60 Avenue “We’ll try and do to Highway 10, where the something that will have heritage-themed lamp “There’s a look and the same look and feel as standards installed a few the character we’ve develyears ago as part of long- feel that downtown oped along 176 Street,” term revitalization plans he said. “There’s a look Cloverdale is for Cloverdale have been and feel that downtown equipped with some spedeveloping into.” Cloverdale is developing cial hidden features. into.” Not only do they evoke The City of Surrey an era where cast iron and maintains banners on lamp light ruled, the attractive posts 750 poles at various gateways, main have a complicated self-watering irri- roads and town centres to showcase gation system – ensuring Cloverdale’s community pride and spirit. hanging flower baskets are the best Each year, the Civic Beautification hanging baskets you’ll see in B.C., and Public Art programs collaborate Klassen says – they’re also designed on public street art banners that fly to carry overhead wires to power a fu- along specific areas of Surrey. ture heritage electric tram or rail car Last year, the city commissioned along historic 176 Street. Robert Davidson to design a set of The city, BIA and Cloverdale Cham- street banners that were installed on ber of Commerce are cooperating on King George Blvd. near the Surrey another upcoming project – installing Arts Centre. Banners designed by cela heritage gateway sign or feature at ebrated B.C. painter Gordon Smith, the entrance to Cloverdale alongside 91, debut in early March.
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NDP LEADER: EARLIER HST VOTE New West MLA and interim NDP leader Dawn Black has introduced a call for an amendment in the legislature allowing for an earlier HST initiative vote. Black said the move would require a vote to be held by June of this year
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Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association’s Bantam C5 Stingers celebrate in Kamloops. Back row, from left: Coach Neil Czech, Vikaram Varpaul, Daniel Hollins, Brandon Gatto, Kahleil Borberly, Harvir Bains, Connor Folick, Gurnek Samra, and assistant coaches Cliff Folick and Dave Owens. Second row: Duncan McAllister, Max Manuel, Matthew Piotrowski, Matthew Johnson, Alex Minhas, and Quinn Owens. Front row: Alec Munro and Curtis Spies.
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Cassidy’s Craft Campaign kicks off its second year The legacy of the brave girl with a beguiling smile and selfless nature endures By Sheila Reynolds It’s been more than a year since Cloverdale’s Cassidy Briggs passed away, but her legacy and spirit remain strong. Last week marked the kick off of the second Annual Cassidy’s Craft Campaign at George Greenaway Elementary, where Cassidy attended school. It was Cassidy’s dream to make life better for young patients at B.C. Children’s Hospital. During her many stays, she noticed there was little for kids to do and came up with
a plan to raise money to buy arts and crafts supplies for the hospital. The campaign was launched last year and resulted in a craft area filled with supplies being created at the hospital. Now, the school and her family want to keep Cassidy’s dream alive by donating money to replenish and bolster the kids’ art area. Cassidy was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer before her eighth birthday in 2008 and despite a brave battle, died on Jan. 11 last year. Prior to her death, her beguiling smile and selfless nature rallied her school and the surrounding
HAZELGROVE ELEMENTARY Hazelgrove Elementary has been a very busy place this month. We celebrated Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day and held several Walk-to-School events. Teachers and students have been focusing on teamwork. Students will be working with their buddy classes on a special project to showcase teamwork before the end of the month. Feb. 23 was the provincial anti-bullying Pink Shirt Day. Our students earned house team points by wearing pink in support of anti-bullying. Several students presented an anti-bullying skit and the Grade 3 students performed a manners rap and our school assemblies the same day. Our school choir of over 80 students has been busily preparing for the district choral festival and will represent us on March 9. We wish them well.
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Is it true Macs are now prone to viruses? Yes, an onslaught of malicious os-x-software viruses including trojans, worms & malware is now becoming more prevalent on Macs. What do you do when you clean up a computer and how long does it take? Check for dirt and grime in the fans, check the hard drive for fragmentation and bad sectors, check for & remove malicious spyware, trojans, malware, worms & root kits. Turn off unneeded services that could be slowing your computer down. Make sure all the drivers are updated to their latest versions. Uninstall programs that are no longer being used & check for any issues you’ve mentioned. This takes usually 1 hr but could take up to 1.5 hrs depending your computer’s condition. Can I use someone else’s laptop power adapter on my laptop? Only if…a) the output for the volts and amps is identical and b) the tip is exactly the same & when connected lights up the port. When I touch the power plug and port in the lap it starts up otherwise it won’t charge. It sounds like you have a power port problem. Will it require a new part? It could need a part called a power jet.
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I have had back pain for 2 months. My G.P. has referred me to physiotherapy for an exercise program. Will this help? It is important to identify the structures involved that are causing the pain. I can presume that you have had the necessary x-rays/scans and that your G.P has concluded that your back pain is of musculoskeletal origin. A customized exercise program is focused on regaining muscle balance, improving core stability, strength and flexibility. Postural education and correction is of vital importance to achieve a successful outcome. The deep muscles of the back and stomach are known as the core stabilizing muscles. The core muscles are endurance type muscles which function at a low percentage of maximum for long periods of time. They serve to stabilize your back in the midline position thereby decreasing the stress on the back. The core muscles are activated in different postures namely sitting, lifting, pulling, carrying and in many other work related activities. The exercise program should be gradual but progressive in nature. The ultimate goal of a physiotherapy/rehabilitation program is to decrease pain, improve functional ability and prevent recurrence of back pain.
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VEHICLES WANTED 847 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES 2001 BMW 320I, fully loaded, leather, auto, AirCared, 142K, $6900. Call 778-552-1462. 2007 JEEP COMPASS, great cond, $17,500. Call: (604)574-1189.
TRUCKS & VANS
FOR SALE 2009 FOREST RIVER ULTRALITE 5th Wheel 28.5 living space, 2 slides, 1/2 ton capability $29,750. Call Alan 604-796-9602
SCRAP CAR REMOVAL
AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Minimum $150 cash for full size vehicles, any cond. 604-518-3673 SCRAP BATTERIES WANTED We buy scrap batteries from cars, trucks & heavy equip. $4.00 each. Free pick-up anywhere in BC, Min. 10. Toll Free Call:1.877.334.2288
TRUCKS & VANS
1995 GMC Safari,
821 CARS - SPORTS & IMPORTS 2003 VOLSKWAGEN GOLF Only 16,000/km’s. $11,000. 604-852-5719 or 604-308-2963. 2006 HONDA CIVIC 2 door, 5 spd manual, 80K, red, $6850 firm. Call: 604-538-9257. 2007 HONDA CIVIC 4dr auto,100K loaded, leather, spoiler, $9300/obo. 778-836-4422 or 604-592-4422. 2009 TOYOTA MATRIX 4/dr auto p/w, p/l, AC, cd player, 88K, silver. $9800. Call 604-825-9477.
8 passenger, 195,000km, very clean, good condition, no rust, no accident. $2500. 604-230-1634 or 604-467-3724
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Shared ownership late model 40’ 60’ cruising yachts moored on Vancouver Island & Lower Mainland. Sail & Power. Professionally maintained. 604-669-2248. www.one4yacht.com
1994 Chev Van AC’d-Apr12 265K gd tires, new batt. $2500 gd cond Ph.778-889-7681, 604-782 5840 1996 FORD RANGER, loaded, V6, Air Care runs good ext cab. $2300. 778-836-4422 604-592-4422
1997 GMC Black Sierra 1ton, 2WD, Dually, ext cab, lthr, auto, V8, gas p/w,p/d,164K, $5500. 604-309-9897 1999 Ford Windstar Van, 7 pass, loaded, new winter tires, $2495 obo. Call 604-881-0306 2002 FORD F150 Lariat - 4x4, exc. cond. leather, new tires, local, 160K no accid., $9888 / 778.861.8355 2003 GMC DUAMAX, auto, extra cab, long box, 4x4, 254,000km. $11,000. 604-991-2894 2004 VENTURE 7 pass van, local, no accidents, 200K hwy km’s, fully loaded, $3995. (778)968-1499. 2006 CHEV Uplander, $13,000. 69,000K, serviced every 6 mo. by GMC. 604-557-1668 after 8pm 2006 CHEVY SILVERADO, 4X4, 6L,V8, a/c p/w ext cab, shortbox, 89,000km. $12,000. 604-858-2865. 2006 HONDA PILOT, AWD, clean, very good cond. A/C, CD. $16,500. 604-607-4906.
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60/84 MONTH TERM STK#S05355
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2011 Rio 0%
AVAILABLE EXTENDED WARRANTY UP TO 200,000 KMS 7 DAY/1,000 KM CUSTOMER EXCHANGE PRIVILEGE
24-HR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
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Pay your Credit Cards Off $ PER Plus $ MONTH 2011 Sorento PER $ BI-WEEKLY
BE DEBT FREE $15,000 Back
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FINANCING FOR UP TO
No Payments Until Spring 2011 (60 day payment deferral) applies to purchase ďŹ nancing offers on all new 2011 and remaining 2010 Kia models on approved credit (O.A.C.). No interest will accrue during the ďŹ rst 30 days of the ďŹ nance contract. After this period interest starts to accrue and the purchaser will repay principal and interest monthly over the term of the contract. 0% purchase ďŹ nancing available on select 2011 Kia models for up to 84 months on approved credit (OAC). 0% purchase ďŹ nancing available on all 2011 Kia Rio, Rio5 models for up to 84 months on approved credit (OAC). Loan credit varies by model and trim. 2011 Soul 1.6 Litre $99.00 bi-weekly payments based on selling price of $17,645 over a 60/84 month term at 1.49% interest the cost of borrowing is $843.00 and the residual is $5119.00 plus HST OAC. 2011 Forte LX $111.00 bi-weekly payments based on the selling price of $19,150 over a 60/84 month term at 1.9% interest the cost of borrowing is $1084.00 and the residual is $5569.00 plus HST OAC., 2011 Rio $73.00 bi-weekly payments based on the selling price of $14,200 over a 84 month term at 0% interest $0 cost of borrowing and $0 residual plus HST OAC 2011 Rio $117.00 bi-weekly payments based on the selling price of $19,000 over a 84 month term @ 0%interest, 0 down payment no residual plus HST OAC price is including a $5000.00 consolidation, 2011 Soul $175.00 bi -weekly payments based on the selling price of $26,800 over a 60/84 month term at 1.49% interest the cost of borrowing is $1471.00 and the residual is $8933.00 plus HST OAC including $10,000 consolidation, 2011 Sorento $257.00 bi-weekly payment based on the selling price of $39,000.00 over a 60/84 month term at 1.9% interest the cost of borrowing is $2503.00 and the residual is $12,868.00 plus HST OAC including $15,000 consolidation, OAC All vehicles prices shown in ad and listed in this disclaimer are based on a $3,000 down payment or $3,000 trade -in value. See in-store for detail. Some restriction may apply.. Cash purchase prices include D&D (Destination and Delivery) and excludes licensing, for detail. Some restriction may apply. These offers are not combinable. See dealer for complete details.Cash purchase prices include D&D (Destination and Delivery) and excludes licensing, insurance, PPSA and dealer administration fees. Cash credit varies by models and trims. Other lease and ďŹ nance options are also available. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Prices are subject to change without notice. Certain restrictions may apply. Financing and lease rates vary by vehicle and are valid on approved credit (O.A.C.) only. .These offers expire February 27th, 2011. All bikes and Barbeques must be given at time of purchase valued at $150.00.
See in-store for details.
Free BBQ or Bike
PER 2,000 MONTH Monthly Credit Card Payment PER $ 2,000 MONTH $500 PER $ 1,000 MONTH
APPLEWOOD KIA LANGLEY
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FREE % SALE 50-100
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Ask about Digital Progressives with no peripheral distortion!
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Single Vision Lenses with Multi A/R Coating Debbie Mozelle Designer Eyewear LIMITED TIME OFFER
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New fully computerized lens fabrication laboratory on site that makes the highest quality precision lenses or glasses available in the Lower Mainland.
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LANGLEY MALL (next to Army & Navy in the Court Yard)
#123 - 5501 204th St.
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WHITE ROCK - CENTRAL PLAZA (behind the TD Bank)
1554 FOSTER STREET
Published on Feb 25, 2011
Published on Feb 25, 2011
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