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New carving United Church members were greeted by a new carving, inspired by the National Day of Prayer. Page 8
Cute kids Local skaters packed the stands for their annual carnival. Video on line at hopestandard.com Page 15
Celebrating B.C. Parks Forty-five participants took part in a ‘Family Snowshoe’ at Manning Park on Saturday, March 5th. Hosted by the Hope Mountain Centre, the program celebrated the 100th anniversary of BC Parks and the 70th anniversary of E.C. Manning Provincial Park. Funded by BC Parks and the Mountain Equipment Co-op, this free family event included lunch, prizes, snowshoes, and professional guides. The program kicks off the Mountain Centre’s new schedule of outdoors trips – 20 in total – that will run during the spring, summer and fall of 2011. Visit www. hopemountain.org for a complete list of 2011 programs. JUSTIN BROWN PHOTO
Advantages highlighted Black belt kick-boxer Pedro Barbosa teaches his skills to the youth. Page 16
New economic development slogan focuses on the positive The Hope Businesses and Development Society is putting a positive spin on our ailing economy, with Hope councilor Scott Medlock announcing a new slogan for the community’s economic development efforts at
last Monday’s council meeting. Headed up by new executive director, Tyler Mattheis, the new society will market its economic development efforts to the business world as ‘Advantage HOPE’. “Advantage HOPE is a great name for our new society…. Advantage Hope can mean many things in different situations, and to different people; the name sets the tone for a positive interaction,” said Mattheis. The society’s new operating
name was the brainchild of a naming committee made up of two directors of the society, and three members of the society’s resource panel. The “Naming Task Force’ is continuing their work on the development of a logo for the new society. As a logo design is awaited, the new economic development officer has been kept busy setting up the society’s new office, establishing a 2011 work plan to “benchmark” their efforts, and getting to know
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Missing Women Commissioner Wally Oppal wants to expand his inquiry, allowing a broader look at how serial killer Robert Pickton was allowed to prey on vulnerable women. The commission is currently framed as a hearing commission but Oppal has recommended the provincial government reshape it to also include a study commission. That would allow it to tour the province and hear from more witnesses, particularly First Nations, in a less-adversarial setting than formal court-style hearings where those testifying face cross-examination. Oppal said the change would make the inquiry more inclusive and allow its recommendations to be shaped by more public input. Ernie Crey, brother of one of the missing women, supports the proposed change.
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He said it would allow a hard look at government policies and civic zoning that concentrated drug-addicted vulnerable women in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a regular hunting ground for Pickton. His sister Dawn, whose DNA was found at the Pickton farm, frequented the Downtown Eastside rather than Kerrisdale or Kitsilano, Crey said, because that’s where services like soup kitchens, clothing depots and low-rent housing are found. Crey blames a “web of policies” by federal, provincial and civic governments, along with “NIMBYs do not want social services in some parts of Vancouver that would attract impoverished people, mentally ill people or
the drug-dependent.” Without a study component, Crey predicted the inquiry will largely ignore the social side and turn mainly into a legalistic battle between testifying police representatives and lawyers interrogating them. Oppal’s appointment last fall to head the inquiry was criticized by some groups as a poor choice. Crey said the naming of a companion study commission would allow the province to now name an aboriginal woman with a background in law to head it. “There’s no shortage of qualified aboriginal people, particularly women, who could fill that role,” he said. T h e recommendation from Oppal came after he heard demands for
a separate inquiry from family members of women who went missing from northern B.C. communities, along what has been dubbed the Highway of Tears. The province hasn’t given any immediate response. Attorney General Barry Penner said he will bring the proposal to cabinet, but questioned whether it might lengthen the inquiry and delay its findings. Oppal is currently supposed to report back by Dec. 31. The inquiry is to focus on what happened in the five years between 1997 – when a woman escaped from the Port Coquitlam farm after nearly dying in a bloody knife fight with Pickton – and 2002 when he was
ultimately charged with murder after several more women were killed. The earlier investigation of the 1997 assault, the 1998 decision to drop charges in that case and the delay in eventually arresting Pickton again are all part of Oppal’s terms of reference. Recommendations are to include how police should investigate cases of missing women and suspected serial killings, including the coordination of investigations when multiple police forces are involved. Pickton was convicted of killing six missing women but had been linked by DNA to dozens more. He claimed to an undercover officer he killed 49 women.
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The Hope RCMP presented their year-end report to council, last week, bringing to light many accomplishments and challenges ahead. We have had numerous wire thefts and thefts from vehicle in the rural areas, Staff Sergeant Dale Kjemhus told the Hope Standard, and are purchasing trail cameras that “we will be using … in these areas as required depending on the incidents occurring.” In some of these high crime areas local police have signs posted notifying the public and warning would-be thieves of the video surveillance. Kjemhus, who is retiring in June, reminded the public to “always call in crimes” to the Hope detachment. “If we don’t know about them, we absolutely cannot do anything.” In a new policing era of information and intelligence-lead investigations police use crime reports to identify hot spots in the community. “I don’t wish to give the areas that we consider hot spots as this would warn the offenders as to what areas we are concentrating on.... suffice it to be known that we will be targeting specific areas depending on the increase in crime in the area.... And according to police intelligence-based policing has paid off with crime stats in almost all areas “down.”
“The only area that was significantly up in both Hope and Boston Bar were thefts.... which we are targeting,” Kjemhus, told the Hope Standard. The prolific-offender program is yet another successful crime initiative new to Hope. This year the program started with nine males and three females identified as chronic offenders. Officers “do curfew checks regularly and request curfew conditions of the prolific offenders charged,” said Kjemhus in his report. Dubbed the prolific offender’s ‘handler’, an officer also “encourages behavioral changes in their prolific offender”, as well as “making constant efforts to breach those not abiding” by court orders, added Kjemhus. “We currently have a total of 14 prolific offenders. Three have curfew conditions. Two are incarcerated for an extended period of time. One has an outstanding warrant and is believed to be out of province. Two have moved out of Hope recently,” added Kjemhus. In combating vehicle theft and vehicle break-ins in the Boston Bar and Hope region, police bait cars are regularly parked on the streets awaiting an unsuspecting thief. RCMP have not yet announced who will be replacing Staff Sergeant Dale Kjemhus when he retires.
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Arson Assaults Robbery Sex Offences Weapons Offences Auto Theft Break and Enter to Business Break and Enter to Other Break and Enter to Residence Cause Disturbance Drug Production Drug Trafficking Other Theft Over 5000 Other Theft Under 5000 Prostitution Public Mischief Shoplifting Theft From Vehicle
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2010 69 327
Boston Bar Crime Stats Arson Assaults Robbery Sex Offences Weapons Offences Auto Theft Break and Enter to Business Break and Enter to Other Break and Enter to Residence Cause Disturbance Drug Production Drug Trafficking Other Theft Over 5000 Other Theft Under 5000 Prostitution Public Mischief Shoplifting Theft From Vehicle
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2010 1 12 0 0 20 5 4 7 3 19 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 30
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Premier-designate Christy Clark takes questions at the B.C. legislature Monday.
New premier to be sworn in March 14 By Tom Fletcher Black Press
VICTORIA – Christy Clark confirmed Monday she will be sworn in March 14 as B.C.’s 35th premier, and promised to unveil a smaller cabinet than the last one appointed by Premier Gordon Campbell. Meeting with reporters at the legislature for the first time since her selection as B.C. Liberal leader March 26, Clark declined to say how much smaller she would make the government’s executive council. It currently stands at an all-time high of 20 full ministries as well as ministers of state and
parliamentary secretaries. Clark didn’t rule out calling an early election some time in 2011, saying only that it would be after a province-wide referendum on whether to scrap the harmonized sales tax. Clark has indicated she wants that referendum held June 24. She renewed her campaign pledge to restore $15 million in gambling grants cut from charities last year, and to launch a review of the B.C. government’s relationship with charities. Faced with a recession and budget deficits, former housing and social development minister Rich Coleman restricted arts
and sports grants to those that benefit young people and the disabled. B.C. government revenues from lotteries and casinos have grown to $1 billion a year, with a large new destination casino being considered for downtown Vancouver. “My position on it has always been that if we’re going to expand gambling in British Columbia, we need to make sure that there is money going back to communities and charities,” Clark said. “I think that was the crucial tradeoff that citizens bought into, and so we need to make sure that if we’re expanding gambling, that we keep that deal with the citizens of the
province.” A commission will be appointed to examine the government’s relationship with charities, and to recommend ways that they can be assured of stable funding. Clark said her first priority is to make sure the government considers families in all of its decisions. Asked how that fits in with increasing medical services plan premiums and BC Hydro rates that are expected to rise 50 per cent in the next few years, she said government has to look beyond tax rates to the full costs imposed on families by the province.
Critics question Fraser River gravel plan Gravel removal from the Fraser River is back in the news. After a period of relative quiet, cancellation of a gravel removal operation at Tranmer Bar near Chilliwack renewed the charge by critics that gravel mining in the river is driven by commercial interests rather than flood protection. John Werring, a member of the Fraser River Stewardship
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Gravel Committee, said he was told by B.C. government officials that the Tranmer Bar operation was cancelled because no buyer for the gravel could be found. “How is it that a provincial government, with all its resources ... is not able to pull together the resources to take care of that emergency,” said. “If this is an emergency ... call in the army,” he said. But a spokesman at
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More than 700 trained volunteers will roam streets, fields and shelters next Wednesday (March 16) to count the number of homeless across the Lower Mainland in a single 24-hour snapshot. BLACK PRESS PHOTO
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Housing advocates are cautiously optimistic a new regional homeless count that happens once every three years may find fewer people with no roof over their heads. More than 700 trained volunteers will roam streets, fields and shelters next Wednesday (March 16) to count the number of homeless across the Lower Mainland in a single 24-hour snapshot. “We’re hopeful that we’ll see a stemming of the tide of homelessness – that we’ll see the numbers leveling off, if not reduced,” said James Pratt, spokesman for the Greater Vancouver Shelter Strategy. Three years ago, the count found 2,660 homeless people across Metro Vancouver – 22 per cent more than in 2005. Pratt said fewer clients have used extreme cold weather spaces this winter, suggesting more street homeless
are taking advantage of extra shelter beds that opened in Vancouver and other parts of the region since the last count in 2008. They include Vancouver’s HEAT (Homeless Emergency Action Team) shelters that opened in advance of the 2010 Olympics, three of which continue to offer 340 year-round spaces after the province extended funding. Vancouver has also added an extra 160 cold/wet weather beds and Pratt said people from elsewhere in the region may have headed to Vancouver to take advantage of the extra shelter spaces there. Also new since 2008 is the 55-bed Gateway of Hope shelter in Langley, with another shelter opening soon in the Tri-Cities. “Vancouver has done a marvellous job of creating shelter beds, but there’s also been more housing provided,” said Alice Sundberg, co-chair of the Metro Vancouver Regional Steering Committee on Homelessness. “In Surrey, a lot of people have been housed.” She credits the province with funding shelters to run 24 hours a day rather than just overnight, adding that makes it much easier for outreach workers
to find and assist those who need help changing their lives. As a result of the extra spaces and reforms, Sundberg said, this year’s count may find a drop in the number of street homeless, but possibly more who are counted as sheltered. “We don’t want to set up expectations that the numbers will be down significantly,” Sundberg cautioned. That’s in part because this year’s survey will for the first time count people of no fixed address in various institutions who weren’t included in the past. Hospitals, jails, detox centres and other transition facilities have agreed to count people there who otherwise have no homes, she said. “People with no fixed address are included as homeless people,” she said. “If they are in a hospital and of no fixed address, we won’t find them if we’re just looking on the street. But they might be out on the street in a few days.” Besides the Olympics and the focus it brought to the homelessness problem, the recession hit hard over the past three years, increasing the numbers of people out of work. Sundberg said 1,400 new supportive housing units coming on stream
in Vancouver in the next couple of years, along with more than 100 in Surrey, should help. “A lot of housing is coming on stream in the next year,” she said. The count begins at midnight March 16 in shelters and starting at 4 a.m. volunteers armed with questionnaires will fan out to search the streets and other areas homeless people are known to frequent. Outreach workers will accompany them to provide assistance. Ron van Wyk, programs director for the Mennonite Central Committee of B.C., said about 150 volunteers will simultaneously count the homeless in the Fraser Valley Regional District, up as far as Boston Bar. He said shelter beds in Abbotsford aren’t as busy as they have been in past years. “We think the new shelter that was opened in Mission certainly helped alleviate the pressure in Abbotsford,” van Wyk said. But he noted some advocates in Chilliwack think homelessness there may have doubled since 2008, adding it’s difficult to predict what the count will find. “It’s always an undercount because you don’t get everybody,” he said.
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to 20 files opened in 2010. And in both communities, auto theft, as well as commercial and residential break and enters, saw little or no positive change. Theft over $5,000 spiked in Hope from seven cases to 15 cases. At a low-end estimate, that figure translates into $75,000 in property impacted by crime in 2010. Add in the theft under $5000 cases, which jumped from 104 in 2009 to 153 files in 2010, and that is a significant financial hit to the community. In the Boston Bar region although there were no files opened for theft over $5,000, 17 theft under $ 5000 police files were opened – a significant jump up from the nine cases in 2009. Any statistician will rightly tell you that the small sample of time and case numbers contained in this report, makes it foolish for anyone to jump to any quick conclusions. As well, targeted policing can cause a jump in one stat, for example a push on grow operations can jump drug files, and one good traffic cop in the Fraser Canyon can spike traffic offences. On the other hand public apathy in reporting, for example, shoplifting and other small offences, can create an apparent drop in crime. But despite police assurances, there still there seems to be a clear message hidden within these statistics… considering the cost of policing this region, we don’t seem to be gaining much ground.
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In dealing with statistics keep in mind the centuries old saying regarding the three degrees of falsehood: the first is a fib, the second is a lie, and then come statistics. Stats are dangerous territory to entirely base your opinion or your actions upon, especially statistics gained within a small population like ours and over a short time period of two years. Hope RCMP presented their year-end report to Hope council last week, a report that poses many avenues for discussion. Within the year-end statistics released by the Hope RCMP there is good news, not so good news, and there is bad news. According to police, however, crime stats in almost all areas were down. Agreed. There were some significant drops including the number of arsons, the number of robberies, causing a disturbance files, shoplifting files, and motor vehicles incidents… But there were also some troubling statistics that deserve our attention. Weapons offences, as questioned by Hope council, rose steeply in both Hope and the Boston Bar region. In Hope, in 2009, there were 11 weapons offences, that figure jumped in 2010 to 50 weapons offences committed within the community. In the Boston Bar region, in 2009, there were only three weapons offences committed. That figure jumped
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VICTORIA – A couple of readers responded indignantly to this column’s recent reference to the NDP “trumpeting distorted statistics” about child poverty. I was referring to the annual ritual that goes on here at the legislature, where an activist coalition named First Call issues its report that damns B.C. for the worst child poverty in Canada. The NDP pounds away for days, crying “shame” and demanding that the B.C. Liberal government produce a plan to eliminate child poverty, with annual goals. The “distorted statistics” I referred to are in a regular survey by Statistics Canada called the Low Income Cutoff, or LICO. This survey uses an arbitrary line, currently around $44,000 a year for a family Tom of four, beneath which people are Fletcher deemed to have “low income.” StatsCan points out in every LICO report that it is a relative measure and not a poverty line, but the activists ignore that. West Vancouver-Capilano B.C. Liberal MLA Ralph Sultan, a former bank economist, has taken this issue on. In November he published a math-heavy discussion paper called Child Poverty in West Vancouver: Fact or Fiction? When I spoke to Sultan last week, he said the weakness of LICO is easy to demonstrate. For one thing, StatsCan uses the same income level across Canada, without regard to the huge variations in cost of housing or other factors.
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Time to enrich the poverty debate The LICO ignores provincial services such as dental care for social assistance clients, because it’s not income. Sultan estimates that about 10 per cent of the B.C. budget is now spent on low-income supports, including rent subsidies. Not surprisingly, Sultan found that low income correlates mainly with single mothers, immigrants and aboriginal people on reserves. More surprising is that communities with higher levels of Employment Insurance and welfare recipients are not the communities with the most low-income people. Sultan says this suggests these programs are effective. Another surprise is that aboriginal people do just as well as other people once they are off reserve, despite the relatively low educational achievement we hear so much about. Sultan, who taught business at Harvard University for nine years, cites a recent book by Harvard historian Niall Ferguson called <i>Civilization: The West and the Rest</i>. Ferguson identifies six ingredients in what he calls “the secret sauce of Western civilization” and its economic success. They are competition, modern science, the rule of law and private property rights, modern medicine, the consumer society and the work ethic. Sultan says that list explains the difference between conditions on and off B.C. reserves. Sultan agrees that the political pressure to raise the minimum
wage is irreversible. But like most economists, he says that will reduce the number of low-end jobs. And he is sarcastic about the NDP’s demands for government-imposed solutions: “All we need to do is pass a law and everybody will get richer overnight!” Helping single mothers get back to the workforce is his “personal cause at the moment,” and he says the new full-day kindergarten is a big step in the right direction. Subsidized daycare is another option B.C. has available. “I know in Quebec they have a very generous scheme, which apparently the rest of Canada pays for,” Sultan said. Readers who demand evidence that disputes the First Call finding might start with Sultan’s discussion paper. It’s posted on his website at www.ralphsultanmla.ca under “special studies.” It ends with a quote from another noted social activist, a fellow named Jesus Christ: “The poor shall always be with us.” No one has proven him wrong in the past 2,000 years or so. Tom Fletcher is legislative reporter and columnist for Black Press and BCLocalnews.com. firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters Plan your holiday trips with free tourism publications Editor: The Standard Residents of Hope and the surrounding region can pick up copies of all the various free publications from Tourism British Columbia from the Hope Visitor Centre. The new 2011 Accommodation Guide, Vacation Planner and regional tourism guides have just arrived so now is the time to start planning your holiday trips in our very own province. The Hope Visitor Centre is open year round at 919 Water Avenue. The Visitor
Centre staff welcome those traveling from around the world as well as those from just around the corner, so local Hope residents should know they can come in to find information for their own vacation plans. Whether you want to go on a camping holiday in the Okanagan Valley, experience a guest ranch in the Cariboo, make a shopping and entertainment trip into Vancouver or treat yourself to a fishing or golfing weekend, the Visitor Centre has what
you need. There are also ferry schedules, Bed & Breakfast directories, community guides, attraction and activity brochures and many other free information pamphlets on the racks. Staff members can research events throughout BC, provide ideas for visiting friends and relatives and make up packages of info for you to send to others. The many resource books that they have on hand allow them to find answers to almost any question you can pose
about British Columbia. The Hope Visitor Centre is currently open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Monday to Saturday. As Spring progresses into Summer, the hours of operation will gradually expand so that a daily schedule of 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. is maintained throughout July and August. You can also call for information at 604-869-2021 or email destinationhope@telus. net. Inge Wilson Manager of the Hope Visitor Centre
Government action needed on treating dementia Editor: Black Press B.C.’s new premier says that families will be the focus for her government. I would like to introduce Premier Clark to 70,000 families in our province who are on the dementia journey. I am writing not only as a person with Alzheimer’s disease, but as someone who was diagnosed in my 50s, urging our new premier to continue the government’s commitment to
improving the lives of people with dementia and their families. Baby boomers are finding themselves as the “sandwich generation”, working full-time jobs, caring for parents who are living with dementia, as well as, supporting children who are still living at home. In some cases, the baby boomer is the one living with dementia, with approximately 10,000 people under the age of
65 currently diagnosed with the disease. There is no cure for dementia and the journey ultimately leads to the need for total care. Family caregivers provide unimaginable amounts of time providing informal or unpaid care. Their journey can sometimes be lonely, isolating and is often frustrating. Support is needed for these families. Inaction will have an enormous
impact not only on B.C. families but on our healthcare system. Support is needed for these families; action to turn the rising tide must happen now. Dementia needs to be on the political agenda and we need all partners working together. Jim Mann, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2007 and volunteer member the Alzheimer Society of B.C. Board of Directors
Premier led in First Nations health care work Editor: Black Press Re: Campbell exits, his legacy uncertain (B.C. Views, Feb. 24). I appreciated Tom Fletcher’s article regarding the Gordon Campbell legacy. When it comes to the New Relationship, I share in the premier’s disappointment that we could not advance the proposal for recognition and reconciliation legislation. I was a member of the Leadership Council then, and I led the community engagement with First Nations leaders and citizens. I worked hard to air issues, questions, and concerns. Most unfortunately, the lawyers for industry, First Nations, local governments, and others recommended status quo to their clients. This advice, self-serving to
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the extreme, benefitted only the lawyers. Recognition and reconciliation legislation failed because governments, industry, and First Nations could not manage irrational fears and their legal counsel. Premier Gordon Campbell provided national leadership and advocacy that resulted in the made-in-B.C. Transformative Change Accord. This tripartite agreement, inked by then-Prime Minister Paul Martin, Campbell, and the Leadership Council of the day (including me) continues today. It is true that the Conservative government rejected the Phil Fontaine-led Kelowna Accord. The Harper government supports the made-in-B.C. Transformative Change Accord. It is this accord that created the space and opportunity that
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resulted in the Tripartite First Nations Health Plan. This plan calls for the creation of a First Nations health authority that will take control of decision-making on funding, policy, and services directed to First Nations citizens in B.C. We are working in partnership with Health Canada and the B.C. Ministry of Health Services to reach a legal agreement on moving this work forward. Campbell provided leadership and advocacy that created a significant opportunity for First Nations to take an active role in closing the gap in health status. In this regard, he has reason to be proud of his work to improve the well-being of First Nations citizens in B.C. Grand Chief Doug Kelly Chair, First Nations Health Council
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Changes to veterans’ bills can’t be allowed to die Editor: Black Press The government of the day, through the Minister of Veterans Affairs has made several announcements and promises on Bills C-55 (New Veterans Charter), which has received first reading in the House of Commons but has not progressed to the Committee level. Similar announcements and promises have been made on Bill-480 by the Minister of Finance for which no legislation has yet been tabled. As your readers know, the tabling and passage of these bills with Royal Assent will not be possible should the government decide to call an election. The Royal Canadian Legion has written to both ministers on the matters of legislative procedure and has received assurances that these matters are being looked into. These bills, however, may die on the order paper if an election is called and leave Canada’s disabled veterans, their families and The Royal Canadian Legion without the legislation they all need. The Royal Canadian Legion writes this letter because we care. Patricia Varga Dominion President The Royal Canadian Legion
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Crossword Puzzle #544
40. Black cuckoo 41. Market 1. “Home Again” requirement, shortly 43. ____ Years’ War 47. Convene 5. Hollow grass 48. Pulpit 9. Like some winter 50. Have an ____ to roads grind 12. Physique, for short 51. Kingly rod 15. Grandmother 54. Better 16. Toward shelter, 56. “____ Don’t nautically Leave” (Lange ﬁlm) 17. That girl 57. Irritate 18. Previously, in verse 58. Dishevel 19. Sacred picture 59. Abrasive material 20. Bore 61. Anglo-Saxon peon 21. “____ North 63. British brew Frederick” 64. Angle 22. Personal quirk 65. Write comments on 23. Knight 68. Battery type 25. Small landmass 70. Immediately, on 27. Greek porch “ER” 28. Run-down 71. Dream 30. Chaney portrayal 73. Timidity 32. ____ out 77. Attack command (dwindle) 78. Droop 34. Chance ____ 79. Relieve lifetime 81. Eye test 36. Weight allowance 82. Biblical vessel 37. Tossed dish 83. Stringed instrument 38. Belch 84. Astringent 39. Pro
33. Type size 35. Worrisome 37. Fresh talk 38. Uncouth person 39. Show anger 42. Travel DOWN 43. Attila’s soldiers 1. Edit a reel 44. Japanese noodles 2. South American 45. Put forth rodent 46. Declare untrue 3. Organic compound 49. Stood up 4. Card game 52. Grape type 5. Small sword 53. Waste allowance 6. Antelope 55. Pass along 7. Electric ﬁsh 58. Ms. West et al. 8. Pastrami seller 60. Insanity 9. Yucca ﬁber 61. Whole 10. Hurrah 62. Light bites 11. Yearning 64. Diagram 12. Gambler 65. Ore analysis 13. Baltimore ____ 66. Attentive (bird) 67. Striped animal 14. Kind of coffee 69. Offspring 24. “Mr. ____ Goes 72. Mound to Town” 74. Withdraw 26. Substitute 75. Fill up 27. Turf 76. Diving duck 29. Not mine 78. Dine 31. Kind of collar 80. “____ Along the 32. Terror Watchtower” 85. Area 86. Sure! 87. Each 88. Reason 89. One-pot meal
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Day of Prayer inspires carver To commemorate the National Day of Prayer, Friday, March 4, Hope resident Chris Vine, was inspired to carve a cross out of the stump from an aging cherry tree that once lined the walkway of the Hope United Church. This is Vine’s first attempt at such a carving. The smiles and praises for his efforts were a welcomed reward, as Hope’s newest carving greeted the congregation as they entered the church on Sunday morning. DAGMAR LUCAK PHOTO
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HOROSCOPE FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 10 TO 16, 2011 ARIES: You have the impression that several things are not what you first thought them to be. This has many consequences where your plans are concerned. Planet Venus causes you to be hopeful nevertheless and you have every reason to feel this way. Everything will go well very soon. TAURUS: You would like to experience some extraordinary things and, where travelling is concerned, this could soon be possible. At the same time, you’re also thinking about improving the way you live and delaying a trip to a later date might be a part of that. GEMINI: Planet Uranus causes you to feel liberated from several stressful situations. You are doing your utmost where work is concerned, and you sometimes have the impression that people do not understand this. Continue to live as you have been doing and everything will improve. CANCER: You give a lot of importance to your feelings and Planet Pluto causes you to feel things with a great sense of truth. This brings you the opportunity to better know your inner self. LEO: You are capable of taking up several challenges. You want, at all costs, to see to it that everything goes well for you, especially if you are in an intense period professionally. Planet Jupiter causes you to experience some unusual circumstances in your life. VIRGO: You are searching for peace and love, and you have the impression that not everyone can understand that. Don’t worry too much about
it. You are very sensitive to everything around you. LIBRA: You must take into account some exceptional circumstances where your ambitions are concerned. You must realize that not everybody is capable of working as hard as you. SCORPIO: Planet Neptune causes you to feel very thoughtful concerning certain situations. You don’t want to make any mistakes, and for the moment you just want to observe. Soon you will have to express your opinion SAGITTARIUS: Avoid problems of a legal nature as much as possible. You need to get closer to those who love you, and it’s possible that you will have to think a great deal about an issue of a monetary nature. CAPRICORN: You feel capable of overcoming several things very quickly. This gives you more confidence in yourself. The Moon causes you to be surprised to realize just how keenly you feel things AQUARIUS: You love the things that could make your life extraordinary. At the moment, the North Node (the moon’s ascending node) causes you to be in a period where several things can become advantageous for you in your professional life. PISCES: You are capable of being humorous, and at the moment that is beneficial to you and the people around you. Planet Mercury helps you to be very articulate.
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Looking for Spring Break ideas? By Inge Wilson Special Contributor
The hot tub and pool are quietly awaiting the influx of kids when schools get out for Spring Break this Friday. FILE PHOTO
This Friday, our area schools will ring their end of the day bells and students will celebrate the start of a sixteen day holiday – their annual ‘Spring Break’, which is a full week longer than in previous years! While the students are thrilled about their coming days of freedom, many parents will no doubt be struggling with ideas on how to entertain them ...as well as the friends and relatives that may choose this opportunity to visit here in Hope. The staff at the Hope Visitor Centre have compiled the following list of ideas for local (and near local) entertainment choices. Details about each can be obtained by contacting the Visitor Centre. If you prefer self-directed activities there are a wide variety of choices to consider. The Hope Recreation Complex is a great place to play indoors as the Dan Sharrers Aquatic Centre has two swimming pools, hot tub, steam room and sauna while the adjacent Hope Arena offers public skating plus
casual hockey and parent and tot skates. The gym and cardio room offer treadmills, elliptical trainers, several bikes, free weights and more. Check their schedule for times and rates. Other indoor activities include 5 pin bowling and racquetball at Sunshine Lanes in Hope as well as 5 pin bowling at Canyon Lanes in Boston Bar. First run movies can be viewed at the Hope Cinema on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. In the great outdoors there is still plenty of snow on our local mountains, so winter play at Manning Park Resort just east of Hope will also be a popular choice during Spring Break. You can choose from cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing activities. The toboggan hill and Polar Coaster are also popular choices for families. Their annual Springfest weekend takes place on March 19 and 20 – so be sure to check out the fun at the 26th annual Streak the Streak giant slalom race; Head to Head GS Race; King of the Hill Poker Run; Dummy Downhill Race and Treasure Hunt. See www.
manningpark.com for details. This is also the best time of the year to try gold panning and rock hounding on the exposed Fraser River sand and gravel bars. Access is best from along Wardle Street in Hope or the waterfront in Yale. For those eager to start the hiking season there are a limited number of low elevation walking trails ready to explore. The TransCanada Trail section along Thacker Marsh that starts from Union Bar Rd at Sucker Creek is lovely as is the Rotary Nature Trail along the Coquihalla River starting from Wardle Street. Please note that the popular Othello-Quintette Tunnels walk through the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park is not scheduled to officially open until sometime in April but you can still walk the old railway grade from the end of Kettle Valley Road to the start of the tunnels. For those wanting more of a challenge, a special opportunity for winter adventure is being offered on Saturday, March 12, as an advanced snowshoe trip at the Coquihalla Summit is scheduled with the Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning. This challenging
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climb toward ‘The Needle’ will offer excellent mountain views of the Coquihalla Summit area. See www. hopemountain.org for costs, pre-registration requirements and other details. For those that wish to take part in structured activities over Spring Break, Hope & District Recreation and Cultural Services has lots of choices. They include a Saturday, March 12, ‘Spring Break Pool Party’ at the Dan Sharrer’s Aquatic Centre from 6 to 8 p.m. featuring games, prizes, movies and fun for everyone; a March 12 and 13 Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR-C and AED Course from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. both days (Please note that you must pre-register for this course); a Friday, March 18, ‘Dive-In Movie Night’ at the Dan Sharrer’s Aquatic Centre from 6 to 8 p.m.; a Saturday, March 19 ‘Challenge Night’ at the Dan Sharrers Aquatic Centre from 6 to 8 p.m. with friendly competitive races, basketball shots and diving skill tests; a Sunday, March 20, ‘First Day of Spring’ event to celebrate Spring trivia at the Hope Rec Centre where the 1st fifty people to correctly answer a skill... Continued on pg. 11
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Spring Break Day Camp! Join us for fun-filled days of activity. Our Spring Break day camps include swimming, skating, bowling, library time, crafts & special outings. Bring a lunch, swimsuit & towel. Date: March 14-18 Days: Monday - Friday SNACKS Time: 8:30am-5:00pm PROVIDED & OTHER Age: 6-12 years ACTIVITIES Cost: $16/person: half day $32/person: full day REGISTER $128/person: week EARLY
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The board of the new Hope Development and Business Society and their resource committee volunteers were appointed in October. Since then the board has hired an economic development officer and opened an office on Raab Street in Hope. SIMONE ROLPH PHOTO
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Sale of Vancouver 2010 Winter Games Assets The Ministry of Citizens’ Services, Asset Investment Recovery branch is selling oﬀ remaining 2010 Winter Games assets and clothing. Items available include: Volunteer jackets, snow pants, long sleeve ﬂeece t-shirts, ﬂeece vests, torch relay uniforms, backpacks, assorted banners, furniture, kitchen equipment, AV carts, barricades/fencing, cell phones and smart phones, ice melter, survival kits and more. Select items are available at the following government warehouse locations: t Prince George: 3695 Opie Crescent, Monday – Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm t Surrey: 8307-130th Street, Wednesday – Friday 10:00am – 2:00pm t Victoria: 4234 Glanford Avenue, Wednesday – Friday 10:00am – 2:00pm You can also shop online at www.bcauction.ca under the “Vancouver 2010 Assets” category.
Continued from pg. 1 ....value rather than duplicate existing efforts,” says Mattheis. The society’s bare bones office located in the former University of the Fraser Valley building opened to visitors this week. “Local citizens, new residents, potential investors, builders, developers, and business people are encouraged to use our office as a first stop to access pertinent up-to-date local economic information including current initiatives that our clients can access,” says Mattheis. “As we grow over our first year, Advantage HOPE will produce such information, however, for now we provide information from other sources depending on our clients’ needs.” Missed the original call-out for volunteers for the new society?
For those interested in getting involved with the District of Hope-funded economic development initiative – the office door remains open. “Advantage Hope welcomes community members to become involved as a volunteer on our resource panel by simply contacting myself and filling out a short one-page application. “It is our hope that we will have far more volunteers than we can possibly use to avoid going back to the same individuals time after time and to ensure our community has an opportunity to be hands-on in our economic development work.” The society’s board of directors is also working at establishing a vision and mission statement to be followed by a communication strategy.
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The Canadian Brandowner Residual Stewardship Corporation (CBRSC), on behalf of the Canadian Toy Association and its members, have developed a Stewardship Plan outlining how the brandowners intend to collect unwanted electronic toys from the public and ensure that they are properly recycled and not sent to landﬁll. Go to www.cbrsc.ca to review the draft. Public meetings to accept comments will be held in: } Prince George: Coast Inn of the North Wednesday, March 9, 1 to 4pm } Kelowna: Ramada North Kelowna, Friday, March 11, 1 to 4pm } Surrey: Sheraton Guildford Tuesday, March 15, 1 to 4pm } Victoria: Sheraton Four Points Langford Thursday, March 17, 1 to 4pm Webinar will be held on Wednesday, March 23. Pre-registration is requested through www.cbrsc.ca or (604) 831-7203. Comments on the draft plan for Electronic Toys are welcome until the close of business April 25, 2011.
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Ski, swim, hike or cheer on a hockey team Continued from pg. 9 ....testing question will win a daffodil; and a Friday, March 25, ‘H20 Blast’ at the Dan Sharrer’s Aquatic Centre from 6 to 8 p.m. Call 604-869-2304 for costs and details on all of these events. The Hope Rec Centre will also offer their ever popular ‘Spring Break Youth Day Camp’ Monday to Friday from March 14 - 18 and March 21 - 25 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day for ages 6 to 12. Activities will include a variety of games, swimming, crafts, skating and special activities. To register your child call 604-869-2304 . Camp Squeah, located 16km north of Hope along Hwy #1, is also offering a Spring Break Day Camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday from March 14-18. Activities will include games, crafts, stories, hikes and other outdoor activities for children aged 7 to 12. Register online at www.squeah.com or call 604-869-5353 for more info.
Children should pack a lunch but snacks will be provided throughout the day. The Hope Library is another great place to explore over Spring Break as they have thousands of book titles for all ages as well as music CD’s; audio books and movie DVD’s to check out. They are also hosting a number of special events over the holiday break period. On Wednesday, March 16, learn all about Grizzly Bears from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. as photographer John Gordon, winner of both provincial and national photography awards, has a wealth of wonderful memories and eye-catching photos from his trip to the Khutzeymateen Valley to share. On Thursday, March 17, the Positively Puppets Performance from 7 to 8 p.m. will have the Puppet Workshop Player’s presenting their ingeniously hand-crafted puppets and original puppet play. On Saturday, March 19, the Birdhouse Building
Workshop from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. will be held in the Hope Arena Mezzanine. Bird stories and birdhouse building will highlight this program. Please register at the library for this program. On Wednesday, March 23, magician Matthew Johnson will perform from 2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. in the Hope Arena Mezzanine as a Spring Special presented by the Hope Library. Matthew began doing magic at the age of seven and has performed all around the world. Registration is not required for this program. Finally, on Friday, March 25, a ‘Teen Gaming Afternoon’ from 2. to 4 p.m. will feature fast-paced gaming with Wii, X-box etc. Space is limited so register early for this one. For more details on any of these events contact the Hope Library at 604-869-2313. If you are feeling creative, The Art Machine has scheduled art classes for adults Mondays, Wednesday and Thursdays
from 12:30 to 3 p.m. as well as Monday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. Children’s classes are 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays as well as Wednesdays from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Class topics include chalk pastel sketching, Chinese brush painting, papier mache, slab pottery work, pen and ink drawing, acrylic painting and more. Call 604-869-3400 for details. A special class on Saturday, March 26, will feature an altered art workshop – “A Chair of Your Own”- with Rhonda Simmonds from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 604-869-3400 for more info and to pre-register. St. Patrick’s Day falls in the middle of Spring Break this year and there are a variety of events planned so put on your best green wear and take part in some Irish fun at the Thursday, March 17, St. Patrick’s Day free Treasure Hunt at the Hope Rec Centre. Spot the lucky leprechaun or four leaf clover to win a prize. A St. Patrick’s Day
Tea will also be held that day at Our Lady of Good Hope Catholic Church from 1 to 3 p.m. Then on Saturday, March 19, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with dinner and music at The Hope Station House where they will be featuring an Irish song sing-along followed by the all female local band, “Triple D”. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. . Call 604-869-5956 for tickets. Another fun option this Spring Break is the chance to be a spectator at three different hockey tournaments at the Hope Ice Arena. You can cheer on the local players March 11 - 13 at the Minor Hockey Level 2/4 Tournament; March 18 - 20 at the Adult Hockey League Tournament; and March 25 - 27 at the Annual HDRCS Friendship Hockey Tournament. Details on these and many other activities are available from the Hope Visitor Centre by calling 604-869-2021 or drop by at 919 Water Avenue.
<HFFNGBMR<:E>G=:K Yale District Ratepayers: General meeting. Monday, Mar. 14 7:30 PM Yale District Community Center 604-863-2452 Parent Child Mother Goose Program: Interactive stories and songs for toddlers. To register call Karen Rushlow 604-863-2279. Monday, Mar. 14 10:30 AM Hope Library 604-869-2313 Fraser Canyon Hospital-Fraser Hope Lodge Auxiliary: General meeting. Monday, Mar. 14 1:00 PM Hospital Conference Room 604-869-3517 Hope Al-Anon Group: Al-Anon meetings support and welcome friends and family of problem drinkers. Monday, Mar. 14 8:00 PM Hospital Conference Room 604-869-7078 Hope Community Choir: Community choir practice. All singers welcome. Choir Director is Susan Westmacott. Tuesday, Mar. 15 7:00 PM Hope United Church 604-869-2185 Library Book Club Discussion: All adult readers are invited to discuss the novel “Change of Heart” by Jodi Picoult. Tuesday, Mar. 15 6:30 PM
Hope Library 604-869-2313 MS Support Group: Open to all who have had MS touch their lives. Tuesday, Mar. 22 2:00 PM Hope Centre Liz @ 1-877-303-7122 Little Reader Theatre: Volunteers encourage kids to read their own stories with expression. Wednesday, Mar. 30 10:00 AM Arena Mezzanine 604-869-2021 Mexican - Let’s make it Vegetarian: Try samples, and see some great demos. Thursday, Mar. 10 7:00 PM Seventh Day Adventist Church Fireside Room 604-869-3261 Hope Women’s Network: Hope Women’s Network meets at the Owl St. Cafe. For reservations call Jessica at 604-869-7066. Thursday, Mar. 17 5:30 PM Owl St. Cafe 604-869-2021 St. Patrick’s Day Tea: Catholic Women’s Auxiliary tea. Admission at the door. Thursday, Mar. 17 1:00 PM Our Lady of Good Hope 604-869-2021 “Spring is in the Air”: Join a group of interesting, women to enjoy a silent auction of slightly used purses, hear Brenda Linklet-
ter sing and listen to speaker Audrey Chernowal talk about “A Piece of the Puzzle”. Thursday, Mar. 10 9:00 AM Kimchi Restaurant 604-869-8420 Hope Senior’s Peer Support: Volunteers needed for seniors 604750-0517. Thursday, Mar. 10 10:00 AM Monthly Meeting: Regular meeting of the Canadian Diabetes Association Hope Branch. Thursday, Mar. 17 7:30 PM Hospital Conference Room 604 869 5933 Genealogy Club: Join like-minded folks to search for your ancestors Friday, Apr. 01 10:00 AM Golden Age Club Chess Club: Join us for an afternoon of strategy and learning. Friday, Mar. 11 3:30 PM Hope Library 604-869-2313 For the Birds!: Bird stories and birdhouse building! Register at the library. Ages 6 - 10. Saturday, Mar. 19 2:00 PM Arena Mezzanine 604-869-2313 A Chair of Your Own: Learn how to make altered art. Call 604-869-3400 for more info or to register. Saturday, Mar. 26 10:00 AM
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Comfortable and classy changes coming soon Bibliotheca
I’m putting on my fortune-teller hat and predicting Big Changes at the library in the near future. But before I go any f u r t h e r, I’d like to give a big shout-out to our Fabulous Deb Friends of Ireland the Hope Library for all their hard work at this year’s annual book sale. These dedicated volunteers go above and
beyond, hefting heavy boxes, organizing, spending hours to make this event the success that it is. Funds that are raised at the annual book sale are used for additional local programming and the extras, like the television and the gaming console purchased last year by our Friends group. Despite the uncooperative weather, this year’s book sale was again a big winner. So thank you everyone! So what’s with the Big Changes? Anyone who’s been here over the last
few weeks will no doubt have noticed our classy, yet comfy, new furniture in the adult seating area. And in the next few weeks we will have blinds on the south-facing windows. And, in April, new seating in the children’s fiction area! In the greater library picture, our Information Technology people have been working hard on some interesting improvements to the FVRL’s website – to be revealed all in good time. I’ve had a sneak preview and all I can say is that I’m super-excited about the
changes. Also new: some of you might have seen me sporting my recently acquired e-reader lately. And I really like the darn thing. What’s not to like? Hundreds of books in a pocket-book size, light-weight, portable device with thousands of titles available for loan from BC’s Library to Go (just head to our website) - for free! I doubt books will be going out of style anytime soon though. I have a theory. As long as books are associated with the feeling of comfort and warmth
2010 WATER QUALITY MONITORING RESULTS As per Section 15 of the Drinking Water Protection Act the water quality monitoring results for The District of Hope, Lake of the Woods, East Kawkawa Lake and Silver Creek water systems are available for viewing at the District Hall.
District of Hope 325 Wallace Street, PO Box 609 Hope, BC V0X 1L0
Grizzly Bears!: Photographer John Gordon, winner of both provincial and national photography awards, has a wealth of wonderful memories and eye-catching photos from his trip to the Khutzeymateen Valley, 45 kilometres northeast of Prince Rupert. Wednesday, Mar. 16 7:30 PM Hope Library 604-869-2313 A Really Funny Guy - Magician Matthew Johnson!: Matthew began doing magic at the age of seven and has performed all around the world. He is a Really Funny Guy and he is coming to Hope! Registration is not required for this family-friendly program. Wednesday, Mar. 23 2:00 PM Arena Mezzanine 604-869-2313
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Travelogue on Australia: Donna
Emily likes meeting all her neighbours as she delivers the papers.
Kneller will be presenting her program on her travels in Australia. Thursday, Mar. 31 6:30 PM Yale Library 65050 Albert St. 604-863-2452 “Workshop Player’s” Puppet Performance!: Positively Puppets “Workshop Players” will present their ingeniously hand-crafted puppets and original puppet play. Thursday, Mar. 17 7:00 PM Hope Library 604-869-2313 Small Paintings: Small Paintings will be the subject of the show for the Back Room at the Hope Arts’ Gallery. The show will be displayed from March 1 - 28. There will be an artist’s reception on Saturday, March 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Mar. 10 Hope Arts Gallery 604 869 2272
Coffee House Jam: Join us for an easy, good-feeling night of songs of reﬂection and love. Open mic for you alone, or with friends, or backed up with house musicians. Friday, Mar. 11 7:00 PM Hope Station House 604-869-2747 Tommy Hunter TV Show Tribute Night: Come and listen to songs that might have been heard on this iconic Canadian CBC television show. Bring your voice and or instrument. Friday, Mar. 25 7:00 PM Hope Station House 604-869-2747
St Patty’s Day Dinner Show: St. Patty’s Show, featuring an Irish Song sing-along, followed by the all-female local rock band, Triple-D will perform classic rock. Tickets at Backstage Pass Emporium. Saturday, Mar. 19 6:00 PM Hope Station House 604-869-5956 Jam: John Hedlund and Mike McLoughlin host this open jam. Bring your instrument, and/or voice, or just your ears, and maybe dancing shoes. Saturday, Mar. 26 7:00 PM Hope Station House 604-869-2747 Karaoke: Karaoke at the Hope Eagles. Come on out and sing and dance. Members and non members welcome. Saturday, Mar. 12 8:00 PM Hope Eagles 2690 604-869-2560
Enter to Win!
Check out facebook/hopestandard for a chance to win tickets to the March 19th Magic show OUTERBRIDGE, Time Capsule Tour. Tickets will be drawn on March 14th.
from The Hope Standard, 540 Wallace St. 604-869-2421
8PM SATURDAY MARCH 26
Jam Session: Art and Darlene Boucher of the band Whiskee Jack host this open jam with a focus on rock’n roll, rockabilly, and country Friday, Mar. 18 7:00 PM Hope Station House 604-750-0113
One of 3 pairs of tickets to SOLD DOUBT on March 26th at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, 9201 Corbould Street. Contest deadline is Monday, March 21st at 5pm. Drop off entry forms at The Hope Standard, 540 Wallace St.
Congratulations Thanks to Panago for helping us honour our carriers.
many of our licenced full-text on-line databases and internet search engines. Have you tried it yet? Seriously easy searching. And by the time I write the next Bibliotheca, I will be able to introduce you to our new staff member – a librarian who will be planning programming throughout the Upper Fraser Valley. Like I said: Big Changes! We have a number of programs this spring for all ages – call your library 604-869-2313 to find out more!
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Any concerns should be directed to Mr. Maurice Wutzke, Director of Operations at (604) 869 2333.
that comes from being read to as a child, books will continue to be loved and read. I suspect the demise of books is generations away. At least. Books (or no books) theories aside, libraries will be here to stay because we’re actually not just about books, we’re about information. And providing and improving access to information is what we do and it’s what we’ve always done. Here’s just one recent innovation – our SMRT search, which integrates the library’s catalogue with
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TVHighlights March 10 - 16, 2011
Thursday Face Off (39)
The five remaining competitors face a major challenge. Theyâ€™ll have to fool the people they know best when they are asked to disguise themselves and then interact with their loved ones at a Los Angeles wig shop.
31st Annual Genie Awards (2)
The Canadian film industry honours outstanding achievement by directors, actors, screenwriters and more at this special. â€œBarneyâ€™s Versionâ€? leads the pack with 11 nominations, while â€œIncendiesâ€? follows with 10 nods.
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Golden Globe nominee Simon
Baker returns as Patrick Jane, special consultant with the California Bureau of Investigation in this new episode, entitled â€œBloodstream.â€? Once a renowned psychic medium, Jane uses his keen observation skills to solve crime.
his team are called in after a popular student at an elite Manhattan private school is found dead. â€œLife Unexpectedâ€™sâ€? Austin Robert Butler guest stars.
Saturday Merlin (39)
Love is in the air for Gaius when his former love, Alice, returns to the kingdom. Unfortunately, the object of his affections has ulterior motives for returning. As it turns out, she has murderous plans for someone in Camelot.
Friday Whatâ€™s Up, Warthogs!
Rascal Flatts: Nothing Like This
Eric and his camera-shy friend Charlie take over the morning announcements at their high school in this premiere. Starring Tiago Abreu and Karissa Staples, the new Canadian series follows a group of students who create an entertaining news show.
CSI: NY (7) (9)
The CSI team investigates a murder within the world of underprivileged youth. Det. Taylor and
Country music stars Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney take the stage at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn., to perform for their dedicated fans in this concert special. The group is one of the industryâ€™s most revered touring acts.
Sunday The Cleveland Show (8)
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By Sheila Busteed TV Media
HBO casts Winslet in iconic role
FORMIDABLE WOMEN: Thanks to HBO and a certain silver-screen star of â€œTitanicâ€? proportions, the story of Mildred Pierce will go on. The cabler is set to debut the fivepart miniseries â€œMildred Pierceâ€? later this month, and has landed actress Kate Winslet for the title role. Based on the classic 1941 novel by James M. Cain, the story follows an independent, newly divorced woman who struggles to redefine her life and keep her family together during the Great Depression. The episodes, which begin with a two-part premiere on Sunday, March 27, will also star Guy Pearce (2010â€™s â€œThe Kingâ€™s Speechâ€?), Evan Rachel Wood (â€œTrue Bloodâ€?), James LeGros (â€œMercyâ€?), Brian F. Oâ€™Byrne (â€œFlashForwardâ€?) and Melissa Leo (2010â€™s â€œThe Fighterâ€?). Winsletâ€™s star power has only grown since the late â€˜90s, when her first two big films, â€œSense and Sensibilityâ€? (1995) and â€œTitanicâ€? (1997), made her a household name. Since then, she has turned in critically acclaimed performances in â€œQuillsâ€? (2000), â€œIrisâ€? (2001), â€œEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mindâ€? (2004), â€œFinding Neverlandâ€? (2004), â€œThe Readerâ€? (2008) and â€œRevolutionary Roadâ€? (2008), earning multiple awards and nominations along the way. This new HBO project will mark her first TV appearance since the early â€˜90s, before she became a film star. The miniseries is being directed by Todd Haynes (2007â€™s â€œIâ€™m Not Thereâ€?), who also co-wrote the teleplay with Jon Raymond. The last time Cainâ€™s tale was adapted for the screen was in 1945 for the Michael Curtiz-directed film of the same name. It featured Joan Crawford as the title character, and her performance earned her the best actress Oscar. DAMONâ€™S GOOD WILL: As tabloid articles seem to suggest, the people
destined to save the world are celebrities. George Clooney helped promote peaceful elections in Sudan, John Travolta flew his plane to Haiti after the earthquake to lend a hand, and super-couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are involved in so many causes itâ€™s hard to keep track. Now, another actor is hoping to use his fame to promote a forwardthinking cause. Matt Damon will be the face of a new episode in PBSâ€™s award-winning series â€œJourney to Planet Earthâ€? when he hosts â€œPlan B: Mobilizing to Save Civilization.â€? The 90-minute documentary, which is the 12th episode in the series, will premiere on the public broadcaster on Wednesday, March 30. Based on the book by environmentalist Lester Brown, the episode will feature Brown, Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman, Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas Friedman and former politician Bruce Babbitt. They will lend their thoughts on the continuing struggle to combat global warming. â€œPlan Bâ€? will also examine a new industry devoted to renewable resources. It proposes a plan to not only stabilize global climate and reverse damage to natural resources, but also to eradicate poverty and stabilize the human population. Taking lessons from ancient civilizations and modern environmental research, the documentary hopes to change the perspectives of politicians, economists and the general public to reorganize the economy and our everyday lives in order to preserve the planet for the future. Damon is already known for his philanthropic work with such organizations as the ONE Campaign, Not On Our Watch, Tonic Mailstopper, H2O Africa Foundation and Water.org.
Kate Winslet will star in HBOâ€™s new â€œMildred Pierceâ€? miniseries
Three people are haunted by death in different ways ... George, a blue collar American; Marie, a French journalist; and Marcus, a British schoolboy. Each is on a path in search of the truth. When their lives intersect, they are forever changed by what they believe might -- or must -- exist in the hereafter. Director: Clint Eastwood. Stars: Matt Damon, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jay Mohr, Cecile De France, Jenifer Lewis, Richard Kind. 2010, 129 mins., drama.
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In the 1980s, boxer (Irish) Micky Ward was supported and trained by his loyal half-brother Dicky, who was forced to give up his own boxing career because of drugs and gambling. Eventually, Micky won the WBU Intercontinental Lightweight title as well as the Light Welterweight title. Director: David O. Russell. Stars: Christian Bale, Mark Wahlberg, Amy Adams, Melissa Leo. 2010, 115 mins., drama. TUE. MAR.15
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Sports LIHKML:<MBHG Ladies Day: Ladies Ski Free almost every Thursday throughout the season. Come on Ladies, come out and enjoy! Thursday, Mar. 10 9:00 AM Manning Park Resort 250 840 8822 Hope Minor Soccer Registration: Registration for 2011 Hope Minor Soccer is coming up. Season starts on Saturday, April 2, and is open to boys and girls grades K-7. Thursday, Mar. 10 7:00 PM Hope Secondary 604-869-2021 destinationhope@ telus.net Chess Club: Join us for an afternoon of strategy and learning. All chess enthusiasts welcome! Friday, Mar. 11 3:30 PM Hope Library 604-869-2313 deb.ireland@fvrl. bc.ca Spring Break Teen Gaming Afternoon: Join other teens at this fast-paced gaming event. Wii, X-box etc. Space is limited so please register early! Friday, Mar. 25 2:00 PM Hope Library 604-869-2313 deb.ireland@fvrl. bc.ca Adult Hockey League Tournament: Come support the adult hockey players. Friday, Mar. 18 Saturday, Mar. 19 Sunday, Mar. 20 9:00 AM Hope Recreation Centre 604-869-2021 destinationhope@ telus.net Recreation Commission’s annual Friendship Tournament: Come out for the HDRCS Hockey Tournament and support your community members. Friday, Mar. 25 Saturday, Mar. 26 Sunday, Mar. 27 Hope Recreation
Centre 604-869-2021 Advanced Snowshoe at Coquihalla Summit: A challenging climb toward “The Needle” - offering excellent mountain views of the Coquihalla Summit area. Presented by Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning - see www. hopemountain.org for details. Saturday, Mar. 12 9:00 AM Coquihalla Summit 604-869-2021 destinationhope@ telus.net Saturday Challenge Night: Challenge nights will consist of friendly competitive races, basketball shots, and diving skill tests. Saturday, Mar. 19 6:00 PM Hope Recreation Centre 604-869-2021 destinationhope@ telus.net Springfest: Come enjoy Manning Park for Springfest. Saturday features race events and Sunday has the Dummy Downhill and Slush Cup. See www. manningpark.com for details. Saturday, Mar. 19 9:00 AM Manning Park Ski Hill 604-869-2021 destinationhope@ telus.net MS Walk: Make your step the one that ends multiple sclerosis. Sunday, June 12 11:00 AM Memorial Park 325 Wallace St., 604-869-2021 destinationhope@ telus.net Rita Lihaven Memorial Run: A 5km run/walk/ roll, and a 10km walk/run fundraiser. An openhouse will be held after the run. Sunday, May. 15 11:00 AM Kawkawa Camp 604-869-9637 kawkawa2010run@ hotmail.com
Punching with Pedro By Barry Stewart The Hope Standard
His nose may have received a few more blows than a box of tissues — but you get the impression that this guy could make an depression anywhere on your body if he needed to. The third degree black belt kickboxer is prepared for the worst... but hopes it will never come. “If properly trained, a kickboxer doesn’t go looking for trouble,” says 58-year-old Pedro Barbosa, who has been teaching kickboxing at the arena mezzanine since January. Barbosa hails from Ponta Delgada, in the Azores, a group of nine islands west of Portugal in the middle of the North Atlantic. He moved to B.C. in 1969 but has been back to the Azores many times, to establish four kickboxing schools and to attend yearly kickboxing championships, as an honoured guest. Barbosa and his wife, Sheila Sandberg-Barbosa moved to Hope last year. Long-time Hope residents may recognize the Sandberg name. Sheila grew up in Hope and is now working locally as a hairdresser. Soon after arriving in town, Barbosa came across a scene where his training gave him the confidence to intervene in a mugging. “It was late at night, during Brigade Days,” recalls Barbosa. “Four thugs had a woman and two guys on the ground, kicking them. I chased them but they got away. The police tracked them down. They were from Chilliwack and the case is in the courts now. “It’s good to have the skills, to defend a friend or your family,” contends Barbosa. “Martial arts give you self-esteem and discipline. That’s what they are all about.” Barbosa got his start in self-defence before he emigrated — but when he moved to Brampton Ontario,
Veteran instructor Pedro Barbosa welcomes new students, who would like to learn self-defence through the art of kickboxing. BARRY STEWART PHOTO
he got involved in kickboxing. In 1974, he went with his Sensei, Mr. Frank Lee, for eight months of training in Thailand. While there, he also trained in Mo Tai, which stresses the use of knees and elbows. On his return, Barbosa was certified as a third degree black belt instructor.
“I’m very disciplined in my school,” says Barbosa. “I teach my students that they have to respect others, so that they will be respected. “I opened a school in the Azores for 17 years,” he recalled. “I’d have the students from after school until 7:00 at night. In the
beginning, they were very badly behaved. But now, they are accountants, doctors and lawyers.” In Hope, Barbosa has attracted up to 15 students per session, with ages ranging from 14 to 70. He’s hoping those numbers will be maintained or grow when the classes move
to the United Church Hall on March 19th. The one-hour sessions begin with a half hour of conditioning and cardio. “We do push-ups, sit-ups, jumps and spins,” says Barbosa. “If people want to just come for that part, that’s fine too.” From there, the students work on punching and kicking technique. “If I have someone who’s more advanced, I teach the next level and then they come and help teach the others.” For softening the practice strikes, Barbosa has hand and foot pads — plus a big pad, much like the ones they use in football training. “We use the boxing gloves after they have learned to use the left and right hand,” explains Barbosa. “That takes about three months.” The belt program is an option for those who are interested. “After perhaps six months, they can try light sparring, with padded helmet, shin and foot pads, padding for the private parts and a mouth guard. They are not required to take part in this, just if they want to. “We have one man coming out, Mr. Lee, who is 65 years old. He’s retired from the army and he was trained in judo, so I sometimes give him a half hour to teach judo to the others,” says Barbosa. “He gets kids in holds and they can’t get away. “They just love it, though. They’re very curious, so they ask him to try it again so they can get some ideas on how to get free.” Once the classes move to the United Church Hall, they’ll run from 6:45-7:45 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and 11:00 till noon on Saturdays. Monthly fees will be $45.00, says Barbosa. Sweat pants or shorts and a t-shirt are the recommended attire. To reach the instructor, call 604-860-0411.
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ALEXANDER, Akemi (Amy) It is with great sadness, the family announces the sudden passing of their mother Amy Alexander on March 1, 2011 at the age of 71. Amy is survived by her children Kim (Lori) Krish, Cindy (Wayne) Skoro, Tom Krish, Naomi (Randy) Bergstrom, Angel Alexander, Shawna Alexander, Shayne (Sabrina) Alexander, as well as twelve grandchildren, four greatgrandchildren and several brothers and sisters. A celebration of Amy’s life will be held at a later date. We would like to thank everyone for all their thoughts & prayers, cards, flowers & condolences. It is very much appreciated. In lieu of flowers a donation to a legacy fund in memory of Amy has been set up at the CIBC Hope Branch. The money will go towards a future Hope community project.
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SHOWER DOOR INSTALLERS BC’s Leading Glass & Shower Door Company Rahul Glass Ltd. is looking for experienced FullTime Shower Door, Mirror and Shelves installers, Wood Closet Organizer Installers and Glass Cutters. Positions available in the Lower Mainland area. Very exciting packages will be offered according to previous experience. Contact 604-710-1581. Candidates can also fax their resume at 604-592-2690.
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- Available to start May 2, 2011 and continue for 18 wks. - Work 18 hrs./ wk. @ $18/hr.; ﬂexible work schedule - Must have experience working with children - Experience in program development preferred - Knowledge of and experience with grief and bereavement issues involving children - Excellent leadership and organizational skills - Comfortable with public speaking - Computer skills - Reliable vehicle for travel If you would like a copy of the Job Description, please send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Camp Skylark Job Description If you are interested in applying for this position, send an email attaching your resume to the above email address or to: Camp Skylark Pat Besse, Hospice Personnel Committee Fraser Canyon Hospice Society 1275 – 7th Ave. Hope BC V0X 1L4 Fax: (604) 869-9059 Closing date: March 25, 2011 **Applicants not contacted within 3 weeks from the closing date are thanked for their interest.Shortlisted applicants will be contacted and will need to provide 4 references for their interview. A criminal record check is required for this position.
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DENCO VENTURES, renos, additions, new construction, free estimates. Call John @ (604)819-4986
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329 PAINTING & DECORATING A-TECH Services 604-996-8128 Running this ad for 7yrs
PAINT SPECIAL 3 rooms for $269, 2 coats (Ceiling & Trim extra) Price incls Cloverdale Premium quality paint. NO PAYMENT until Job is completed. Ask us about our Laminate Flooring, Carpet Cleaning & Maid Service! www.paintspecial.com MILANO PAINTING. Int./Ext. Prof. Painters. Free Est. Written Guar. Bonded & Insured. 604-551-6510
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Boston Terrier pups, 4 M, 2 F, vet checked, 1st shots, dewrmd, ready Mar. 18. $1,000. Call 604-868-0446 CATS GALORE, TLC has for adoption spayed & neutered adult cats. 604-309-5388 / 604-856-4866 CKC Reg. soft coated Wheaten terrier pups, hypo-allergenic. Guarntd. Vet ✓ $1200. 604-533-8992 DOBERMAN PUPPIES, M/F $650/ea. 1st shots, dewormed. Ready to go. 778-893-0255 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS. 1 male & 2 female. $800. 1st shots & dewormed. Call 778-863-6332. HAVI-POO puppy. Male, cream color, 10 mo. old. Needs a good home. $400. Call 604-504-3082 LAB, PUPS pure bred, no papers. Family raised, vet chk, dewormed. Ready to go $350 (604)793-3307 MALTESE PUP: 1 female, 1st shots, vet ✔, dewormed, paper trained, $800 firm. 604-464-5077. MIN PIN puppy. Purebred. 1 female. $500. 1st shots. Born Nov 29. Brown & black. ( 604)467-0505 NEED A GOOD HOME for a good dog or a good dog for a good home? We adopt dogs! Call 604856-3647 or www.856-dogs.com NEWFOUNDLANDER pup, P/B. Ready in Apr. $1,200 (604)8191466 No Sun calls PITBULL Terriers, Purebred looking for great homes. Asking $500. For more info. Andrew (604) 798-1616 POM POO, black & tan, 2 yr. old male. Needs fenced yard & loving adults. $275 obo 778-988-6591 PUGS, fawn, 3 male, 2 females. family raised, vet chk’d, shots. $550. (604)799-1611 Agassiz YELLOW LAB pups. 8 weeks old, ready to go. Vet checked, 1st. shots. Parents on site. $500. 604-852-6176 Abbts
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353 ROOFING & SKYLIGHTS
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STEEL BUILDINGS PRICED TO CLEAR - Holding 2010 steel prices on many models/sizes. Ask about FREE DELIVERY! CALL FOR QUICK SALE QUOTE and FREE BROCHURE - 1-800-668-5111 ext. 170.
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BEAUTIFUL 2003 Doublewide Mobile Home 1500 sq ft. 3br, 2 full bath Mobile in Langley and must be moved off property. Asking $119,000. Pics available. Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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ARIZONA LAND LIQUIDATION Starting $99/mo., 1 & 2 1/2-Acre ranch lots 1 hour from Tucson Int’l Airport NO CREDIT CHECK. Guaranteed Financing, Money Back Guarantee. 1-800-631-8164 Code 4001 www.sunsiteslandrush.com
633 MOBILE HOMES & PARKS HOPE, FOR SALE:
1 manufactured home 14 ft. wide w/2 bdrms. Brand new. In the Lismore community, a seniors community “where the good people live”. Call Gordon for details and for an appointment to view @ (604)240-3464
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PHILLIPS TREE SERVICES, Removals, Toppings. Free estimates & Fully Insured. Call 604-869-9990
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YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 Service Call Lic #89402 Same day guarn’td We love small jobs! 604-568-1899
44140 Luckakuck Way, CHILLIWACK. Admission, $5. Info/table rentals 604-880-4706
263 EXCAVATING & DRAINAGE
FLOOR REFINISHING/ INSTALLATIONS
CANYON CARPETS, 549 Wallace St., Hope. For all your floor covering needs! Call 604-869-2727
284 HEAT, AIR, REFRIGERATION LLOYD’S UTILITIES, gas, oil & propane furnaces, class A gas fitter. (604)869-0400 or (604)869-1111
PRECISION EXTERIORS, roofing, siding, windows, doors and more. WCB insured. Call (604)750-8025
FRASER CANYON GLASS, for all your glass repairs, windshields domestic & imports. (604)869-9514
EXCAVATING, Terry’s RV also does excavating, land clearing, dump trailer. Call (604)869-1520
• Leftover from Hotel Order • 800 Coil 3’’ Pillowtop • Original Plastic • Only 14 left • 10 year warranty Retail $1,499! Liquidation $560 incls. tax. Call: 604.807.5864
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STEEL BUILDING SALE... SPECIALS from $4 to $11/sq.ft. Great pricing on ABSOLUTELY every model, width & length. Example: 30x40x14 NOW $7995.00. End walls included, doors optional. Pioneer Steel Manufacturers 1-800668-5422.
Serving The Lower Mainland Since 1988
BRAND NEW QUEEN SIZE PILLOW TOP MATTRESS SETS
WOOD SPLITTER, 4 ton, electric, as new cond. paid $350 asking $200. obo Call (604)860-2950
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#1 Royal Castle Roofing. New & Re-roofing, Best Quality Work, 12% Senior Disc. 604-725-9963
STUNNING JADE DANIELS wedding gown from the 2010 collection. Purchased in April from Ivory Bridal in Langley The colour is ivory with a sweetheart top, is fitted to the waist, then flows away from the body. A bustle was added to the dress so the train can be buttoned up during the reception. It is a size 8 (fits a little small). Cost was $1400 plus $100 for the alterations, will sell for $875. Contact 604-768-9109 to see photos or firstname.lastname@example.org
KENLIN ELECTRIC, residential, rural, commercial, new construction, reno’s. Call (604)860-8605
BARCLAY FLETCHER CONTRACTING, complete home reno’s, additions & more. (604)869-1686
MAYTAG Washer & Dryer, running condition, you pick up. Call (604)869-9521
Get Mortgage Money Fast! Quick, Easy, Confidential No credit or income required 1st, 2nd, 3rd mortgages
AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Train for high paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Housing available. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance (877)818-0783
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE
WANTED: used potato/carrot washer for market garden. Smaller model. 250-395-4042
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Fraser Canyon Hospice Society
The CAMP DIRECTOR POSITION requires the following:
Own A home? Need Money?
The Camp Skylark weekend will be from Sept. 16-18, 2011 and is designed for children ages 7-12 yrs. old who have experienced a death or loss in their lives.
PURE CHI. Relaxing Chinese Full Body MASSAGE ~ 604-702-9686 11am-11pm. 9263 Young Rd Chwk
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FEED & HAY
BLOW OUT HAY SALE Hand bales $7. All cuts must go. Erik (604)796-2706
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS (2). Neutered. Brothers. Prefer to keep together & to large property. Free to good home. Christine (604)8501735 or email@example.com BEAGLE PUPS, tri colored, good looking, healthy, males $500. (604)796-3026. No Sunday calls Burmese Mtn dog pup, 10wk, male, CKC reg., p/b, exc Euro lines. $1200. (604)819-3402. No sun calls
Heritage Park, (off hwy 1)
or www.HACSbc.ca We support the Canadian Cancer “Kids Camp” and CKNW Orphans Fund.
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT AUCTION - Sat., March 19, 11am. 455 - 2306 Hwy 6 Vernon. As new, only 8 months old. For complete list view photos at doddsauction.com 250-545-3259
CEDAR FENCE BOARDS, buy direct from mill & save. Full sawn or custom cut. 604-860-9515 SAWMILLS - Band/Chainsaw - Cut lumber any dimension, anytime. Build anything from furniture to homes. IN STOCK ready to ship. From $4190.00. www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT 1-800-661-7747 Ext:400OT.
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A20 Hope Standard, Thursday, March 10, 2011 REAL ESTATE
709 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL HOPE, Retail Space available, 591 Wallace, 4 units, starting at $400/mon +hst, incl heat, water & garbage. Call Rob @ 604-869-9763
For Rent on 2nd ﬂoor in Kings Court. $580./mo. Heat & hot water incl. Air conditioning & balcony. D.D. and Ref’s Required. Seniors preferred. Avail April 1.
Call 604-869-0932 LEAVE MESSAGE HOPE
SILVER Hope MHP, 63961 Flood Hope Rd. MH -Cabins -RVpads , monthly rentals, utilities & cable incl. Call (604)869-1894 or (604)869-8244
733 MOBILE HOMES & PADS
Adult complex, fridge, stove, N/P, drapes, laundry facilities. Ref’s req’d.
604-869-1212 or 604-869-2139
HOPE, ground level suite, fully serviced, 2 bdrm, in quiet area. Call (604)869-0645
HOPE. 2 BDRM TOWNHOUSE. Full cable, Fridge & Stove. Laundry facilities. Adult Oriented. No dogs. $565./mo. Call 604-869-9006 HOPE, 3 bdrm townhouse, fenced yard, N/P, N/S, Ref’s req. Call (604)869-6599 or 604-796-0069
HOPE, Othello Rd. acreage river frontage. 2 bdrm mobile home. N/S. 10 mins to downtown. $950. Deposit req. April 1. 604-556-0393. VACANT PAD FOR RENT. The pad will accommodate a home up to 14 x 64. Call 604-869-7016
1 BEDROOM APT
MISC. FOR RENT
HOUSE FOR RENT Small 2 bedroom house close to downtown. Newly renovated kitchen, 5 appliances, large fenced yard, covered patio area, small garden and extra workstudio/bedroom in garage. $850/month (utilities not incl.) Non-smoking & pets ok.
HOMES FOR RENT
ABBOTSFORD: 3 Bdrm family home in quiet Woodstock/Orchard area. Recently reno’d in/out, 6 appls. Exceptional family area close to schools and rec facilities, N/S, N/P. $1500/mo. 604-856-2555. HOPE, 1 bdrm duplex, complete renovation, F/S, W/D, quiet area, $650/mon. Call (604)860-5500
2 bdrm apt., adult oriented complex, F/S, fenced yard, electric heat, N/S, N/P. Call (604)869-9402 or 604-869-1432 HOPE, Timberlane Terrace, large 2 bdrm 2 bath suite, W/D, available now. Call Jenni (604)860-4953
CARS - DOMESTIC
1990 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD, 165K, Air Cared. Very clean. Loaded. $2495 obo 604-589-5950 1994 FORD TAURAS, 4 dr., auto., Air Cared, runs very good. Asking $650. 604-504-0932 1998 BUICK LASABRE V6, new tires & brakes. Supreme cond. Low km. Private. $5700. 604-593-5072 1998 FORD ESCORT station wagon, auto, white, a/c, good cond, cracked windshield, $1500 obo. Linda (604)796-0577, (Agassiz). 2002 OLDSMOBILE ALERO, only 84K, clean, auto, Air Cared, $6500 obo. 604-589-5950
821 CARS - SPORTS & IMPORTS 1990 TOYOTA TERCEL, 142K, no rust, AirCared til April, runs great, nice & clean, $1450. (604)751-0698 1997 VW GOLF 5 spd, anti theft, heated seats, a/c, power roof, white 240K $2995 1(604)826-2864 2001 ACURA EL 1.7, 4 dr. sedan, exc. cond. fully loaded w/all options, local, well maint, regular service, no acc. $6500. 604-807-9145. 2003 HONDA CIVIC SI, blue, new tires & brakes, complete fluid change,145K,$7000 (604)820-6827 2003 Hyundai Tiburon. Red,V6, 5spd, man. trans, black leather, sunroof, new stereo. Approx 150, 000km. Winter & high profile tires incld. $7000 OBO Call 604-7929694 or 604-819-8501 2005 HONDA Civic Special Edition. 4 door, 4 cyl., auto, runs great, low kms. All records. $8300. Must sell. 604-308-4594 or 604-852-4749 2006 HONDA CIVIC 2 door, 5 spd manual, 80K, red, $6000 firm. Call: 604-538-9257. 2009 TOYOTA MATRIX 4/dr auto p/w, p/l, AC, cd player, 88K, silver. $9800. Call 604-825-9477. 2010 TOYOTA Matrix, loaded, only 33,500 km. No accidents. Wholesale $14,800 (604)793-5520 DL5961
1992 Ford F150, 6cyl, 3.9L motor, new clutch, 4 new tires, radio/cd, $3000 obo. (604)824-9036 SPRING TIME HANDYMAN project for summer fun. 10’ camper needs TLC. $500. (778)344-7782
Hope 63902 Flood Hope Rd. 3 bd, 2.5 bath, 5 appl., gas f/p, lrg fncd yrd, garage. Good cond., pet negot. $1100/mo. Avail., now Ross Fullbrook. Royal Lepage (604)792 0077
HOPE, 685 6th Ave. 3 bd rancher, 1.5 bath, 5 appl., gas f/p, $950/mo. pet negot. Avail., now. Ross Fullbrook, Royal Lepage 604 792 0077
845 $0 DOWN & we make your 1st payment at auto credit fast. Need a vehicle? Good or Bad credit call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599. www.autocreditfast.ca. DLN 30309.
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 The Scrapper
847 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES 2000 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE Laredo 4L, good cond, New tires, New radiator, Aircare for 2 years asking $5000 (604)826-6256 Bill Auto Loans and Vehicles delivered to your door. Free Delivery BC/AB Best rates apply with us first. Always Approved Largest dealer group Apply online autocredit911.com or toll free 1-888-635-9911
TRUCKS & VANS
KEY TRACK AUTO SALES 2007 HONDA CIVIC 4dr sedan auto fully loaded st#51 $12,500 2006 FORD F350 crew cab xlt 4x4 auto diesel st#40 $17,900 2006 FORD F350 quad cab xlt 4x4 auto diesel st#25 $15,900 2006 FORD F350 quad cab xlt 4x4 auto diesel st#17 $17,900 2006 CHEVY UPLANDER van 7 pass auto st#1 $7,900 2006 DODGE CARAVAN 7 pass loaded st#57 $8,500 2006 HONDA CIVIC 4dr SDN auto fully loaded st#53 $11,900 2006 NISSAN Altima 4dr auto leather loaded st#55 $10,900 2006 CHEVY AVEO 4dr h/back 5 spd st#12 $3,995 2006 CHEVY OPTRA 4dr hatch back auto st#21 $6,900 2005 FORD F250 c/cab lariat 4x4 auto diesel st#58 $15,900 2005 DODGE 3500 crew cab auto 5.9 diesel st#48 $14,900 2005 CHEVY 1500 reg cab long box auto st#60 $5,900 2005 NISSAN SENTRA 4dr auto sedan fully loaded st#15 $5,900 2005 DODGE DAKOTA Ext cab auto 67km st#62 $8,900 2001 FORD c/cab Lariat auto dully 7.3 diesel st#42 $18,900 2001 FORD F350 c/cab Lariat 4x4 auto short box diesel 7.3 st#46 $14,900 1999 TOYOTA TERCEL 4dr auto sedan Aircare st#65 $2,900 1999 FORD F350 crew cab XLT 4X4 auto diesel st#68 $7,900
EMIL ANDERSON MAINTENANCE CO. LTD.
Notice of Public Tender Extension to Closing Date Contract EAM-078 Work: Landscaping Maintenance at Highway #1 of Hope Interchange, Hunter Creek Rest Area, Lake of the Woods Rest Area, Gardner Motors and Bolleman’s Creek and at Highway #7 of Johnson Slough Rest Area. Note: Contract to begin March 15, 2011. Tendering at this time is to enable proper viewing of the landscape areas. Closing: Closing for this contract has been extended to March 25, 2011, an Addendum to this contract will be available. For further information contact – Bob Hacking Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. 604-794-7414 ext 102 Tender documents, including invitation to Tender, can be obtained on or after February 16, 2011 from the following address, upon payment of $20.00 per set (HST included), which is non-refundable.
Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. 51160 Sache Street, Rosedale, BC V0X 1X0
One coupon per customer please. Not valid with any other promotional offer. No cash value. Welcomed at Hope A&W Restaurant. Price plus tax. Coupon valid March 10 - March 16, 2011
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Notice of Public Tender Extension to Closing Date Contract EAM-077 Work: Landscaping Maintenance of Bradner and Cole Rd. Rest Areas, Clearbrook and McCallum Interchanges. Note: Contract to begin March 15, 2011. Tendering at this time is to enable proper viewing of the landscape areas. Closing: Closing for this contract has been extended to March 25, 2011, an Addendum to this contract will be available. For further information contact – Bob Hacking Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. 604-794-7414 ext 102 Tender documents, including invitation to Tender, can be obtained on or after February 16, 2011 from the following address, upon payment of $20.00 per set (HST included), which is non-refundable.
Emil Anderson Maintenance Co. Ltd. 51160 Sache Street, Rosedale, BC V0X 1X0
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1988 Chevy Cheyenne 1500 p/u, runs well, body good shape, new rad., $1000. Call 604-858-7609 1993 FORD F350, crew cab, white RWD, good condition. $1895 obo. Phone 604-854-5160. 1999 TOYOTA SIENNA CE. 7 pass van, 225K, tow pkg, cruise, ps/pb/pl Loaded! $5000. 604-556-9996.
TRUCKS & VANS
1995 PROWLER 5TH WHEEL 25.ft, slide out, fully contained, with shed, large deck and holding tank at Lakeview RV site at Nicola Lake in Merrit BC $10,000 Phone (604)826-6256 Bill 1998 Chev 3500 Express van, 266,107k, 4 buckets, running boards, rubber mat, side barn doors, trailer brakes, hitch, manual boat loader. $6500 obo. 793-3014 2002 FORD F150 Lariat - 4x4, exc. cond. leather, new tires, local, 160K no accid., $8995obo / 778.861.8355 2004 FORD F150 XLT 4.6 Extend. cab, Low 73,500 KM. Exc. Cond, Warranty left, tonneau lid 7 mat. Also 23’ RV trailer (604)796-0172 Or (604)316-3742 2005 CHEVY UPLANDER LS - Ext. V-6, Air, tilt, cruise, pw, pdl, c/d & more. Mint. $5950. (604)556-4242 2006 FORD F250 super duty diesel, excellent cond, new tires, new brakes, tow pkg. Asking $20,000 Phone (604)826-6256 Bill 2008 FORD F150, pick up, 4x4, auto., V8, king cab. 26,000km. Gray. $13,000 firm. 604-538-4883
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BIG BEAUTIFUL AZ LAND $99/mo. $0 down, $0 interest, Golf Course, Nat’l Parks. 1 hour from Tucson Int’l Airport Guaranteed Financing, No Credit Checks. Pre-recorded msg. (800) 631-8164 code 4057 www.sunsiteslandrush.com OWN 20 ACRES Only $129/mo. ..$295/down near El Paso, Texas (safest city in America!) Money Back Guarantee, No Credit Checks, Owner Financing, Free map/pictures 1-800-343-9444 www.20acreranches.com REGISTER NOW Saskatoon 55Plus Active Adult Large Ground Level Townhomes www.diamondplace.ca
For Rent, better than an apartment, no noisy neighbours, in a quiet senior’s community. A 1 bdrm furnished mobile home with all appliances. Ref’s req. N/P, N./S.
HOMES FOR RENT
HOMES FOR SALE-SUPER BUYS Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. Langley
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