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MASTER TRANSPORTATION PLAN UPDATE The City of New Westminster has recently started to update its Master Transportation Plan. The City’s existing Long-Range Transportation Plan was developed in 1998 and recommended improvements for all modes over the next 20 years. Since the existing Transportation Plan was adopted, there have been a number of changes to land use patterns and the transportation network within New Westminster.

CITYPAGE ADVISORY BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES New Westminster City Council will consider appointments to Advisory Boards Commissions and Committees for the year 2012. Volunteers are needed for the following Boards Commissions and Committees: • Advisory Planning Commission (3 vacancies) • Amateur Sports Grant Program Committee (2 vacancies) • Arts Commission (9 vacancies) (representatives from the following: professional arts sector, community based arts sector, interested community members, educational sector) • Arts and Culture Grant Committee (1 vacancy) • Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (9 vacancies) (representatives from the following: those who primarily use transit and/or walk; are commuters, utilitarian or recreational cyclists; are members of a bicycle club/ organization; can assist with planning cycling facilities; represent a local bicycle business; are students from the New Westminster school system) • Board of Variance (5 vacancies) (an independent body that hears appeals for relaxation of zoning regulations, extension of non-conforming uses, relaxation of servicing requirements, reconstruction of nonconforming uses and relaxation of tree protection requirements. The Board primarily deals with requests for minor variances to the City of New Westminster Zoning Bylaw regarding siting, size and dimensions of structures where compliance would cause an undue hardship.) • Child Care Grant Program Committee (2 vacancies) • Community Heritage Commission (6 vacancies) (members of the community at large with the following interests and knowledge: local heritage conservation; architecture, planning and design; building construction; landscape architecture and horticulture; history; and business and tourism) • Community & Social Issues Committee (8 vacancies) • Downtown New Westminster Parking Commission (4 vacancies) • Economic Development Advisory Committee (7 vacancies) (members of the community at large reflecting local industry sectors such as: education, health care, manufacturing, retail and commercial, technology and communications, arts/culture and entertainment, transportation and distribution, and real estate and construction, and one member from a Queensborough business) • Emergency Advisory Committee (5 vacancies) • Environment Advisory Committee (5 vacancies) • Family Court Committee (7 vacancies) • Library Board (5 vacancies) • Multiculturalism Advisory Committee (7 vacancies) • Neighbourhood Traffic Advisory Committee (1 vacancy) • Parks & Recreation Committee (7 vacancies) • Remembrance Day Committee (2 vacancies) • Seniors Advisory Committee (6 vacancies) • Special Services & Access Committee (7 vacancies) This volunteer opportunity allows citizens to contribute their expertise, experience and ideas in relation to important community issues. City Committees are created by the Mayor and Council to consider detailed information concerning specific issues and make recommendations to Council. By fulfilling this role, committees assist Council to perform its legislative function more effectively and efficiently. Committees operate with specific mandates set out in terms of reference or bylaws approved by Council. Committee members are appointed from both the community and from various organizations. Committee terms vary – some are one year; others are two or three years. Most terms begin in February 2012. If you wish to be considered for appointment or be re-appointed to an advisory body, please submit your application and a personal resume of your background. Application forms are available at Legislative Services at City Hall, and can be printed from the City’s website (www.newwestcity.ca/community_member_application). Applications must be received by email, fax (604-527-4594), mail, or hand-delivered by Legislative Services no later than Friday, November 18, 2011. For more information, call Donna Martin, Committee Clerk, at 604-515-3782 or email dmartin@newwestcity.ca.

The updated Master Transportation Plan will guide decision-making for transportation over the next 25 years and beyond. The updated Master Transportation Plan will recommend improvements for all modes of transportation, including walking, cycling, public transit, goods movement, and vehicles. This process is important to ensure that transportation investments work towards achieving the City’s strategic goals, make the best use of our tax dollars and help shift towards a more sustainable future. Please visit our website for more information and to have your say by filling out the online survey.

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The New Westminster Police Service is looking to recruit Reserve Constables and Crime Prevention Unit Volunteers who are trustworthy and dedicated to join our team. This is a great volunteer opportunity if you are considering a career in law enforcement, or want to give back to the Royal City. If you are interested in applying, please call 604-529-2446 or visit www.newwestpolice.org. Applications will be accepted until November 30, 2011.

SENIOR PEER COUNSELLING TRAINING Starting January 20, 2012 at Century House Are you interested in the well-being of others? Are you someone that others seem to know will listen? If yes, you might be interested in becoming a Senior Peer Counsellor. The Senior Peer Counsellor Program is once again offering free training for seniors interested in helping seniors help themselves. In this twenty-week training you will learn basic communication skills, with a focus on listening. Classes will be held weekly on Friday mornings in the Oak room. For more information, please call 604-519-1064, or drop into the SPC office Mondays or Wednesdays and speak to Jan Greenhow or Robin Macdonald. Applications can be picked up at the Century House Office.

ENTER THE RICK HANSEN RELAY CONTEST 25 years ago, Rick Hansen finished his Man In Motion World Tour by wheeling across Canada from Cape Spear, NL to Vancouver, BC. This year 7,000 people will follow in his tracks to continue the journey of making positive changes in the lives of others. If you would like to enter for the chance to be a Rick Hansen Relay medal-bearer, please go to www.rickhansenrelay.com. You can enter to walk, run or wheel in the relay - do your community proud by joining in on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. This contest closes December 28, 2011.

CONNAUGHT HEIGHTS RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION The Connaught Heights Residents’ Association (CHRA) Election of Executives will take place on Thursday, November 17, 2011 from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm at Connaught Heights Pentecostal Assembly, 2201 8th Avenue. Positions Available: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Director At Large To be eligible to vote or be an executive, you must be a member of the CHRA. Membership dues are $5 per year. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Karl Brysch (President) at 604-523-1455 or Mr. Mike Walmsley (Vice President) at 604-522-4512, or email connaughtheights@ymail.com

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On war and remembrance Cpl. Ryan Argente served in Afghanistan, and shares his thoughts on war and remembrance

would show up for three or four day visits. They hung out at the base and talked to those stationed there, but not to the soldiers on the front lines. Grant Granger ggranger@newwestnewsleader.com “In front of the cameras they’re telling everybody emembrance Days from Cpl. we’re spending too much Ryan Argente’s youth were money and we don’t need something he hasn’t forgotten. to spend money on tanks. I The Royal Westminster Regiment can tell you the tanks made reservist’s family lived beside CFB a world of difference,” says Griesbach in Edmonton. About 1,000 Argente. military personnel would gather on Argente laments the fact a Nov. 11 to honour war veterans. lot of soldiers died trying to “The parades were somewhat get rid of the Taliban from spectacular,” recalls Argente as Afghanistan, only to pull out. he relaxes in the NCO lounge at “We lose all those guys and MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER then we give it up. If it were up Westminster barracks. Cpl. Ryan Argente is a reservist with the Royal Westminster Regiment who served a tour in A large majority of the Second to me I wouldn’t leave until the Afghanistan Àve years ago. World War vets that participated in Taliban left. If it was important no apprehension, just excitement. those ceremonies have passed on. injured, although Argente ended up enough to go there in the ¿rst “You rarely get to use your training Increasingly, Remembrance Day with a “pretty good concussion.” place to remove the Taliban, it should so when you actually go out and do is about honouring those who have be important enough to stay there until SUICIDE MISSION what you’re trained for it’s exciting,” served in more recent conÀicts like they’re gone.” Another time, Argente was only 200 SIGNS ON WITH WESTIES he says. Afghanistan, where Argente was sent metres away when his group heard They moved from Argente joined the Westies in town to town pushing the a blast. They went into a defensive October 2007, shortly after getting position while he and a couple of Taliban out. back from Afghanistan. He was 30 others went to the scene to administer “There was a lot of Cpl. Ryan Argente, Westminster Regiment We lose all those guys and then we give it up. ¿ rst aid. years old and decided to go back driving around getting If it were up to me I wouldn’t leave until the “There were three very dead to school to train as an aircraft shot at,” says Argente. Taliban left. soldiers lying next to four others that mechanic and is now in the process of “I have to say things transferring to the air force. had been injured.” didn’t change much. Argente says the bodies were so “After being in infantry there’s no The training we went such thing as a tough job. Everything mangled he didn’t ¿nd out until later through was long, intensive and fairly in 2006-07. beats sleeping on a desert Àoor and the dead soldiers were his friends. A realistic. Everybody did what they After holding down several jobs, boy of about 12 years old, who had getting shot at,” says Argente, before were supposed to do.” Argente was 24 when he signed up been seen riding his bicycle around shaking his head and admitting he’d One day, he was riding in the for the infantry in 2003. Argente felt town, rode right through the middle still go back if he could. “I don’t know back of an armoured vehicle as it it was the right decision from the of the platoon before turning into a why.” did a standard patrol. Argente was day he was sworn in. Regrets didn’t suicide bomber. Remembrance Day can be quite in the lead vehicle in the entry hatch happen too often, only in situations “It wasn’t my favourite day,” dif¿cult for him. In Afghanistan, they surveying for trouble. Everything like enduring minus-50 degree understates Argente. “Realistically it had each others’ back. Because of temperatures while stuck in a trench at seemed OK until the vehicle ran over makes you a little stronger. You don’t their extensive training they knew two anti-tank land mines. CFB Shilo outside of Brandon, Man. want it to happen again and you also where the other would be. That’s why “I saw the blast go off and all I That’s when he asked himself, “Why don’t want this sacri¿ce to be for on this Remembrance Day, he’d rather could think of was, ‘oh crap,’” am I doing this again?” nothing. Let’s make sure those guys be in Shilo doing a parade with his He came to somewhere in the OFF TO AFGHANISTAN didn’t die in vain.” infantry mates. Make no mistake, the bottom of the vehicle, and couldn’t In his third year he was assigned to While over there, it bothered Westies is his unit now, but “they’re see because the air was full of dust. It Afghanistan. At that point there was Argente when Members of Parliament not the guys I went to war with.” turned out nobody had been seriously

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New Westminster NDP MLA Dawn Black will hold an open house at her constituency ofÀce, 737 Sixth St., on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Black is asking those attending to, if possible, bring a non-perishable food item or a Ànancial donation to the New Westminster Food Bank.

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Correction Due to an editing error, the complete version of the proÀle story about mayoral candidates Wayne Wright and James Crosty did not appear in the Nov. 4 NewsLeader. We sincerely apologize for the error. It appears in today’s paper, in full, on N24.

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Voice New Westminster board of education candidate MaryAnn Mortensen was picking up her daughter from school earlier this week when another parent approached her about a letter she’d received which Mortensen believes is an unjustiÂżed attack on her. The letter was written by outgoing trustee Brent Atkinson, who decided not to run for reelection after 31 years on the board, and addressed to backers of his previous campaigns. It calls for support of the four candidates endorsed by the New Westminster and District Labour Council and independent Glen Richmond. “It said a lot of horrible things MORTENSEN and she wanted me to have it,â€? said Mortensen. Atkinson denied Wednesday it was a personal attack and said he was only stating the facts. “I certainly didn’t mean it as a personal attack,â€? said Atkinson. In the letter, Atkinson writes, “The result of the “Save-the-Parkâ€? Committee led by MaryAnn Mortensen was that New Westminster School District will now get three new schools instead of four.â€? He also said because of her campaign to eliminate Grimston Park as a site for a new school, it also denies the city tax revenue because it was forced to purchase the St. Mary’s site, which had been slated for development. “I feel pretty aggrieved,â€? said Mortensen. “I

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found it shocking, targeting and preposterous. That somebody could lay blame to one person and the organization of an electors group (Voice) upon leaving shows bitterness and a lack of understanding of voters and the right of consultation before (deciding to build at Grimston) and not afterward.� Mortensen said it is unfair to make it her responsibility for six trustees voting to eliminate Grimston as an option. “If I am responsible for that it speaks to the ineptness on the school board.� She also pointed out residents surrounding Moody Park and Queen’s Park opposed the proposal because they didn’t want a school taking away park land. “A large amount of people made their views known about Grimston Park,� said trustee Casey Cook, also a Voice candidate. “Hundreds and hundreds of people came out. It was a groundswell of reaction. “To lay this at the foot of one person is simply inaccurate. It is nothing short of base politicking ... MaryAnn did what she thought was a noble thing and that was to save parkland.� However, Atkinson pointed out prior to the savethe-park movement, the board had unanimously chosen Grimston Park out of 14 options. “It was the largest in the city and probably the most appropriate. [The letter] just simply states a fact. MaryAnn Mortensen was the leader of that movement, both on television clips and at the board table. It’s not a personal attack on her, it’s simply fact.� Please see ‘MAN ALIVE’, A8

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Honour House opens to the public Grant Granger ggranger@newwestnewsleader.com

Three years of persistence and $4.8 million pay off when the families come walking through the doors of Honour House in New Westminster. The look on their faces says it all for Allan DeGenova, who spearheaded the drive to convert a historic home near city hall MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER William Christopher Dennis and his dad, William Bert Dennis, relax in the into a place where veterans, ¿rst living room at Honour House. They’re staying at the facility while Chris’ wife responders and their families undergoes medical treatment at Vancouver General Hospital. Honour House can stay while receiving medical is having an open house on Sunday. Honour House is at 509 St. George St. treatment. “The relief and the comfort to bodied and disabled guests and a dining room area know they have someone who cares for them and with four tables. have a home away from home is everything to DeGenova now wants to show it off to the them,” said DeGenova. neighbourhood, especially nearby residents that put “It was worth it all, all that pain and stress and up with all the construction. That’s why Honour worry. It was all worth it when you see them come House will hold an open house this Sunday from in.” 2:30 to 5 p.m. After many construction delays, often due to “They’ve been extremely patient and it’s been unanticipated structural upgrades, Honour House extremely tiring... they’ve been just stellar,” said recently opened its doors to the families it was DeGenova, whose next task is to raise enough designed to help. It has eight suites, two of which money to retire the debt before moving on to build can be divided in half to create two more. It also Honour Houses in other provinces. has a huge kitchen that can accommodate both ableHonour House is at 509 St. George St.

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Answering the knock With mayoral and council candidates now lining up at your front door seeking your vote on Nov. 19, it’s crucial that you maximize the brief audience you have with someone who may one day shape your community. Instead of just shaking their hand and taking the information leaÀet they are handing out about themselves – or even worse, not answering your door – do yourself, your neighbours and your community a favour by asking that candidate, or their campaigning team member, how they would address your concerns. That up-close-and-personal audience only comes once every three years at the municipal level – that is, if you don’t come to council meetings or municipal open houses. See this as your time to shine. Elections should be about voters’ needs and not just about “hiring” someone to serve at municipal hall. That, albeit brief, encounter does not replace the impact you can have by attending council meetings where you can air your constructive opinions. But if you’re reticent to speak publicly, please open your door to candidates. Just letting them know what you value is critical for them to do their jobs effectively. And the experience allows you to take a more proactive approach to shopping through, in some cases, a long list of candidates who want the job of representing you. If you missed the candidates at your door, it’s not too late to connect with them. Many are on Twitter, Facebook or have websites and blogs, and you can write them an email. Better yet, there’s still some time to attend an all-candidates meeting in your community. So, whether candidates come to your door or you have to go to theirs, the opportunity – however brief – will allow you to wield your voting pencil with more con¿dence.

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To a man from another time Dear George Vernon Hudson, I learned today that you are the New Zealander who dreamed up the idea that Daylight Savings Time would be marvellous. Back in 1895 when you proposed messing with the clocks, did you ever think it would come to this? I doubt it. Today, folks all over the world are shaving an hour and adding one a couple times a year (though in Saskatchewan they know it’s bunkum and don’t touch their tickers). And it’s all because of your observation that ‘gee, wouldn’t it be nice to have a little more daylight when you knock off work?’ Well, yeah. It would be nice if it were so simple. It would be great if my computer switched back to Standard Time and my phone display wasn’t still on Daylight Savings. Or if the automatic lock on our of¿ce’s front doors ¿nally ¿gured out that back in 2006, Canada bumped its fall clock re-setting back a few days to be in sync with our wise neighbours to the south. And it would be lovely if my

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toddlers could shift their biological clocks with such ease, and not wake up at 5 a.m., grumpy, ticked off, and wondering why they must wait two hours for breakfast. I said it was you, Mr. Hudson, they should be speaking to, but they just think their parents are sick-minded. And then we leave our homes to start our day, and the roads are clogged with groggy drivers and accidents spike? Does this make any sense? Rather than berate you, Mr. Hudson, I’d like to suggest alternatives. Using Standard Time year-round, I concede, would be a bummer. In Vancouver, the July sunrise would be at about 4 a.m. and sunset would be shortly after 8 p.m. Changing the clock makes sense. But why not use Daylight Savings

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year-round, and give it a new name, like TIME? Sure, in winter the sun It would be lovely if my toddlers could in Vancouver wouldn’t shift their biological clocks with such rise until 9 a.m., but ease, and not wake up at 5 a.m., grumpy, we’d have more light in ticked off, and wondering why they must wait two hours for breakfast. the afternoon. What’s the difference? Drive to work in the dark or drive home that And even here time has run way? In winter, life’s a pitch. amok. Like Saskatchewan, there The appeal is simplicity. are many Standard Time stalwarts Messing with clocks messes with in Canada. heads. Period. In B.C. the list includes Fort Or perhaps, Mr. Hudson, we St. John, Charlie Lake, Taylor, could be immensely clever, like Dawson Creek and Creston. In the ancient peoples, and divide winter, these towns share the daylight by 12 regardless of day clock with Edmonton; in summer, length so that an hour is, say, 45 Vancouver. (Is it political? I don’t minutes in winter, but 80 minutes know.) in summer. That way, we’d always Even Saskatchewan has get 12 hours of daylight, I suppose. exceptions, with the towns of As crazy at that might seem, it Denare Beach and Creighton pales compared to the patchwork choosing to observe that scheme of time across the globe. In North you dreamt up 116 years ago, Mr. America and Europe, they observe Hudson. Daylight Savings. A couple of We’ll that’s it from me. Judging countries in South America do, by the clock on my computer, it’s too. In most of Asia and Africa time to knock off. they don’t. And in some countries My phone display says I should they actually skew times zones, a have been home an hour ago. Sincerely, concept I’m not sure my nut can Out of Time grasp.

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A vote for your kid’s sake I will ¿nally vote in my ¿rst civic election. I always felt civic elections were about paving a street or parking tickets, but civic election results also affect my children, inÀuence taxes and reÀect the personality of the city. When we moved to New West 14 years ago from Vancouver we had two small children. Today, we have four children, all in the public school system of New Westminster, a school system I never paid too much attention to until this last year. After a little observation I now see there is de¿nitely something wrong, and if it were not for some exceptionally caring teachers and the efforts of a small group of industrious parents (thanks PAC), my children would be the victims of a very broken administration. Young families, don’t make my mistake, be informed and vote for your children’s future. Being so apathetic to civic politics I was never aware of all the misdirection of our two longest-serving school trustees Michael Ewen (incumbent) and Brent Atkinson (retiring) at plus 30 years each. Consider this when you vote; our existing district is the sum total of two men over 30 years leading us down a path that includes: • a $1 million loan that has stonewalled

any construction of a high school because the books either misappropriated and/or misrepresented funds. • no plan, or property to accommodate a second and third site for secondary schools (West Van with a smaller secondary school population has three secondary schools) • New West being the only city in Metro Vancouver to have only one high school, and it is one of the oldest, most dilapidated and seismically catastrophic structures. • New West and Langley share a reputation of de¿cit budgets, with the exception that Langley has double the secondary population of New West and 11 high schools, and an average of 880 students/school compared to our one school. Young parents, vote for trustees who work for your families. Your vote is a vote for your child’s well being and this includes safe and accommodating schools. Peter Tjernagel, New Westminster

MAYOR’S RACE COVERAGE WAS UNFAIR Regarding the NewsLeader’s Nov. 4 issue, I have some criticisms. There are four candidates running for mayor and I ¿nd it highly presumptuous that you have apparently, and without a vote, discounted

Vance McFadyen and Francois Nantel. You may have explained how you came to this conclusion later in your feature article, however we won’t know as the balance of the article seems to be as absent as your sense of fairness to all candidates. Barbara Kroeker, New Westminster

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Atkinson was the only trustee to vote for retaining Grimston as a site for a new middle school and still believes the board should have stood up to public outcry. “In my opinion they should have stepped up to that, I did at that time,” said Atkinson. In the letter, Atkinson also mentioned long debates about bottled water, extended lunch hours and the location of schools as being unproductive and building rancor. Although Mortensen was the driving force behind asking for longer lunch hours, he did not mention her involvement. “If it were a personal attack, you bet I would have mentioned that in that as well,” said Atkinson.

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Tackling social issues Candidates weigh in on topics from homelessness to seniors Grant Granger ggranger@newwestnewsleader.com

The numbers have Coun. Jaimie McEvoy convinced New Westminster is headed in the right direction when it comes to homelessness, one of the many aspects of social issues in the city. In his campaign for a second term in of¿ce, McEvoy points out the city’s homeless count rose from 2002 to 2008 by 118 per cent, but the latest statistics show since then it has dropped by 45.8 per cent. “It’s a huge improvement,” said McEvoy. “We’re headed in the right direction. We’ve moved away from acrimony about the issue to sitting down with all of the players. We do have a situation where the cost of housing is rising. And that’s MCEVOY affecting all kinds of things, from causing people to be homeless to young people who grew up here not being able to live here. What we’ve avoided in developments in New Westminster is the approval of luxury condominiums ... There’s a full range of housing here.” The chair of the city’s seniors advisory committee is worried because New West has proportionally more seniors than most communities. Among his many concerns, he notes in 2006 New West had 1,250 residents 85 or older. “That poses some social challenges to the city. Among the more obvious things is safety. I’ve taken a position in that I really want us to upgrade our streets. We’ve had elderly people trip on our

sidewalks. They know the bump is there but they still trip,” said McEvoy. For David Noshad, a Voice candidate taking his ¿rst run at council, affordable housing, child care, and renewing aging sports facilities are high on his social agenda. Noshad believes New Westminster needs economic development to inject capital into the city to help pay for its social needs. He would like to see the city hire a consulting company to ¿gure out how to rebuild or repair the Canada Games Pool to support young people. “Really they need a place to go to work out and for sporting activity. We need to invest in our young people,” said Noshad. He feels if the city can improve NOSHAD the social well-being of the community it will improve New Westminster. That social well-being includes ¿nding affordable places for people to live. Noshad suggests hiring consultants to ¿gure out how to boost residents’ incomes, to help them get a place to live. “Affordable housing is one of the big problems in New Westminster right now. Lots of people are struggling because they can’t afford to pay rent,” said Noshad. Independent candidate Paul Mulangu founded Centre of Integration for African Immigrants which recently closed due to lack of funding despite him chaining himself to its doors for 16 days last month. “People are running around without knowing where they can have a job. Small businesses are closing in New Westminster because of the high tax,” said Mulangu.

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Friday, November 11, 2011 NewsLeader A11

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city has been putting up quite a bit of social housing, and approving day care operations. “The city is actually addressing that quite well. They are listening, they are working hand in hand with the Salvation Army. I can’t knock it, even though I’m trying to run for council,” said Liu. He points out many of those on welfare or unemployed get their cheques and receive lectures on being out of work, but they’re not dealt with individually. “Why are we not taking them to the next step?” said Liu. “They don’t respond when you lecture them and nag on them.” Liu believes with the backing of the provincial and federal governments the city can help make changes that will allow people to ¿nd jobs and live in New West. “If we can make that happen then we have now made a change where we would be leaders.”

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Douglas College strikes third deal with Chinese institution Douglas College signed an agreement with Beijing Union University (BUU) on Wednesday to allow BUU students to do a semester of studies at Douglas. The two institutions will also do faculty exchanges and joint research, particularly in the areas of urban heritage and sustainability. “Internationalization is one of the pillars of our strategic plan and is part of a broader educational experience,” said Douglas College president Scott McAlpine. “We infuse global thinking and opportunities throughout our institution, and our partnership with Beijing Union University is one manifestation of that holistic approach.” Also this week, Douglas is renewing its agreements with the Shanghai Administrative Institute and the Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade.


Friday, November 11, 2011 NewsLeader A13

2011

GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION NOTICE OF ELECTION BY VOTING

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PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY given to the electors of the City of New Westminster that an election by voting is necessary to elect one (1) Mayor, six (6) Councillors, and seven (7) School Trustees, and that the persons nominated as candidates and for whom votes will be received are:

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Council Chamber, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B.C.

Queen Elizabeth School, 921 Salter Street Connaught Heights School, 2201 London Street Lord Tweedsmuir School, 1714 Eighth Avenue Lord Kelvin School, 1010 Hamilton Street St. Barnabas Anglican Church Hall, 1010 Fifth Avenue John Robson School, 120 Eighth Street River Market, 2nd Floor, 810 Quayside Drive Century House, 620 Eighth Street The Armoury, 530 Queen’s Avenue Herbert Spencer School, 605 Second Street Dunwood Place, 101 – 901 Colborne Street F.W. Howay School, 91 Courtney Crescent Glenbrook Park Amenities Centre, 76 Jamieson Court Richard McBride School, 331 Richmond Street Sapperton Pensioners Hall, 318 Keary Street

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Council Chamber, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, B.C.

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THANK YOU To all those who have served, all of those still serving, and the families that have waited for them to come home. And, thank you Grandpa. Though you are missed, your sacriďŹ ce is remembered Councillor

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A United defender hangs on tight as he tries to tackle a Burnaby Lake ball carrier in BC Rugby Union U-19 action Saturday at Burnaby Lake Àelds. United won the match 17-15. United’s tier one women also won, 33-24 over Capilano.

Hyacks make playoffs by a foot Last minute goalline stand propels senior team into post season showdown with Centennial For the New Westminster Hyacks, the continuation of their senior football season came down to one foot. With less than a minute left on the clock, the West Vancouver Highlanders had driven to the edge of the Hyacks’ end zone after recovering a bobbled ¿eld goal snap deep in their own zone. But on fourth down, New West defensive back Jonathan Lopez stood tall, stopping the West Van ball carrier in his tracks, preserving the Hyacks’ 21-14 win and propelling his team into the AAA playoffs. “This is why football is the greatest sport in the world,” said Hyacks head coach Farhan Lalji. “We always talk about life lessons being learned on 4th and goal at the one. Tonight our kids lived that and will never forget that moment.” The game hadn’t started quite so well for the Hyacks, who

were shut out 41-0 in their three previous games. West Vancouver scored ¿rst when linebacker Graeme TodTims blocked a Hyacks’ punt from their own 25 yard line, then ran it in for the major. New West made it 7-6 on Kevin Sabau’s 13-yard scamper, but an attempt for the two-point conversion failed. The Hyacks scored twice in the second quarter. Quarterback Tommy Robertson’s one yard run for a touchdown and a successful two-point conversion by running back Eric Teng put them in front 14-7. Robertson then connected with receiver Jeremy Wilson for a 20-yard touchdown. The extra point made it 21-7 at the half. West Vancouver opened the second half by recovering an onside kick. Two plays later they were in the Hyacks’ end zone on a 27-yard reception by wide receiver Blake Whitely. But that’s as close as they got. “Once again we had a huge breakdown right at the start,” said Lalji. “For the past ¿ve weeks we’ve folded at those moments. Tonight the kids battled through that and other adversity. They wanted to continue playing and

showed it.” Besides his game-saving tackle, Lopez made 10 other stops to lead the Hyacks’ defence. Sabau led the offence with 114 yards on six carries, including one touchdown. • The Hyacks will play Centennial in the ¿rst round of the playoffs, Saturday at BC Place Stadium. Game time is scheduled for 5 p.m. The winner will play the topranked St. Thomas More Knights in the quarter¿nals. The Knights capped off a perfect season with a 38-28 win over Lord Tweedsmuir. • New Westminster grad Casey Chin had another strong outing in the SFU Clan’s ¿nal game of their GNAC season, counting eight tackles in a 35-24 victory over the Central Washington University Wildcats Saturday at Terry Fox Field. The victory was their third of the season (second in conference play) against seven losses (six against conference opponents). The Clan charged back from a 17-6 de¿cit early in the fourth quarter with 29 points. Quarterback Trey Wheeler completed 20 of his 28 passes for 266 yards to lead the offence.

In the developing world, people struggle to get drinking water, sanitary sewers, schools and basic things like roads, fire protection and policing. We have all these things in our community. All of these services are provided by local government. While we think of these essential services as ‘rights’, fewer than one in four people are voters in their local elections in some BC communities. The health of our community, and our families, depends on these important services. Being a voter is the way we earn and exercise our ‘rights.’ Be a voter – it’s my prescription for a strong community and a strong ‘you.’


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Kaellis Residence opens Rhoda Kaellis Residence, a supportive and transitional housing development recently built on Royal Avenue in New Westminster had its of¿cial opening on Tuesday. The residence has 24 apartments for those with a history of homelessness, mental health issues and substance abuse. Residents of the 11 transitional apartments receive housing with support services for up to two years while the other 13 are affordable units that provide permanent independent housing. Kaellis was a community activist known for her determined efforts to

eliminate homelessness and was also an advocate for affordable housing in New Westminster. The project cost $9.4 million, with the province providing $7 million and the federal government the rest. It will cost the provincial government $733,000 a year to operate, although it will be run by the Lookout Emergency Aid Society. “Our investment here at Rhoda Kaellis Residence is helping to increase the range of housing options available in New Westminster, making a real and last difference in this community,” said Senator Yonah Martin.

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A different look at Joan A play about Joan of Arc through the eyes of someone virtually ignored by history begins an eight-day run at Douglas College later this month. Jehanne of the Witches is the latest production being put on by the Douglas theatre and stagecraft department and it stars Burnaby resident Vikki Brown. The play was written by Sally Clark from the point of view of Gilles de Rais, a knight who served with Joan, and whom Clark identi¿es as the “virgin warrior’s” best friend. Most accounts of her life, however, ignore de Rais, who is most famous for being an alleged serial killer of children. “He’s been taken off the books,” said director Thrasso Petras. “He’s as much as possible been removed from the story because it doesn’t sound like the Catholic Church’s version of what happened. Editing out her relationship with de Rais takes away the complexity of Joan’ story.” The play shows Joan as a girl becoming a woman, struggling with her faith, and de Rais as a man obsessed with her. “The important thing is that it’s about this man’s obsession and his fantasy about who this woman was to him. He’s telling this story through his need for her. It’s as much about him, if not more, than about her,” said Petras, who also describes the play as a black comedy. Jehanne of the Witches runs Nov. 12-19 at the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre on the New Westminster campus. Tickets ($8-$12) are available through the Massey Theatre (604-521-5050). ggranger@newwestnewsleader.com

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Association Awards of Excellence handed out

GVHBA recognizes association volunteers The Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association honoured its volunteers last week at its annual Association Awards of Excellence in Coquitlam. Among the honorees were Graeme Huguet of My House Design/Build Team for RenoMark Renovator Member of the Year, and Adera Development Corporation for BuiltGreen Multi-Family Builder of the Year. “The awards honour association members for their exceptional level of volunteer commitment and dedication to enhancing the professionalism of the homebuilding and renovation industries in the Greater Vancouver area,” says GVHBA President and CEO Peter Simpson. Simpson himself was honoured with the Chairman’s Award of Honour, while Yosh

Kasahara of ParkLane Homes/Bluetree Group of Companies was the recipient of the Association Marketing Award. ParkLane was also given the Handshake Award (Builder), while CCI Renovations was the winner of the Handshake Award (Renovator). FortisBC was the recipient of the Corporate Member of the Year award, while the Supplier Members of the Year were Dick’s Lumber and Building Supplies in Burnaby and Marketplace Events in Vancouver. Dick’s Lumber was also honoured with the Gary Santini Education and Training Award, an award also given to Wallmark Homes. The Technical Excellence Award was given to David Fisher of Mitsui Homes Canada Inc. For more information, visit the GVHBA website at www.gvhba.org.

‘High-heels distance’ from Canada Line

Luxury is standard at Maynards Block by Kerry Vital

If you listen closely, you may still be able to hear the ghosts at the Maynards Auctioneers building. The fine arts and antiques auction house began in 1902, and now is the cornerstone of Aquilini Development’s The Maynards Block development, in southeast False Creek. “The heritage brick building ... is the landmark of the whole development.” says Maynards Block sales manager Derek Kai. The original Maynards site has been freshly outfitted with two floors of residential townhomes (the lower floors will house commercial and office space), and an additional residential building is also in the works. Roughly 80 per cent of the homes have been sold, but there is still a variety of studios and one- and two-bedroom homes available. Homeowners at Maynards Block will feel the luxury as soon as they set foot into their new space. Wide-plank flooring in the entry, den, living room, dining room and kitchen are an elegant yet modern touch, while designer carpeting in the bedrooms is perfect for sinking your feet in to. Whether you’re a budding gourmet or not, the kitchen at Maynards Block is certainly a highlight. A stainlesssteel appliance suite comes standard in every home, and a sleek tile backsplash is accented by modern undermounted puck lighting and a cashmere white solid granite countertop with an elegant square-edge finish. Kitchen cabinetry with convenient soft-close drawers and cupboards (good for those with doorslammers in the family) is available in one of two colour schemes, Latte and Cappuccino. Marketed by Rennie Marketing Systems, Maynards Block has attracted a wide variety of buyers, including young professionals buying their first place, and people who are already renting in the area, Kai says. “People love this area,” he says. This has contributed to the mix of demographics who have been arriving to check out the suites. “We are the closest to the Canada Line,” says Rennie Director of Marketing Linda Chu. “That is ‘highheels’ distance, so using the train to get downtown is so easy!” The biggest draw so far has definitely been the area, which is close enough to downtown, but still far enough away to

The heritage brick building ... is the landmark of the whole development,” says sales manager Derek Kai.

get out of the hustle and bustle. “It’s quieter,” says Kai. “It’s an absolutely beautiful area ... it’s definitely the place to be.” If you’re not up for the short trek to downtown Vancouver, homeowners at Maynards Block won’t need to go far to find everything they need, Chu says. ���Not only are we just two minutes walk from the (former Olympic) Village, but we are also just a block from Cambie Street so Whole Foods, Save On, Home Depot, Best Buy, Milestones ... are all just two minutes walk as well,” she says.

Buyers will be able to take advantage of a multi-purpose amenities room with an over-height ceiling and access to an outdoor terrace, and an exercise room made for working up a sweat and letting go of all the stress of the day. On the third floor of the south building,

owners will find agricultural garden plots perfect for growing your own little piece of paradise. Homes at The Maynards Block start at $262,900. For more information, visit www.maynardsblock.com or call the sales centre at 604-893-8378.

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Metro at lower end of balanced market With a sales-to-active property listings ratio of 15 per cent, the Greater Vancouver housing market continues to hover at the lower end of a balanced market and has been trending in that direction over the past Âżve months. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) reports that residential property sales of detached, attached and apartment properties on the

region’s Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system reached 2,317 in October, a 1 per cent decrease compared to October 2010 and a 3.2 per cent increase compared to the previous month. Those sales rank as the second lowest total for October over the last 10 years. New listings for detached, attached and apartment properties in Greater Vancouver totalled 4,374 in

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properties listed for sale during the same period last year. October was the Âżrst month that the total number of property listings showed a decrease this year. The MLSLinkÂŽ Housing Price Index (HPI) benchmark price for all residential properties in Greater Vancouver over the last 12 months has increased 7.5 per cent to $622,955 in October 2011 from $579,349 in October 2010.

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on transporting people to the park over the railway tracks. Council recently revealed a vision for connecting Downtown to the waterfront, but did not put a price tag on it. “It’s election posturing, and I have issues with the mayor actually using staff to promote big grand visions prior to an election with no budget, no cost attached to it,� says Crosty.

hey’re both from Southern Ontario, Wayne from PIER PARK ‘DEFINITELY A WINNER’ Windsor and James from Burlington, just east of To make Westminster Pier Park happen, the city paid more Hamilton. than $8 million for the land and contributed another $8.3 As younger men they both headed west and ended up million for its one-third portion, along with the provincial and adopting New Westminster as their home and the place they federal governments, to transform the wharf. love to live. “The pier park is a wonderful thing for the city,â€? They both run their own businesses and have says Wright. “When people live Downtown they need embraced the entrepreneurial spirit. space for their kids to grow. They don’t have a front or a Despite those similarities, they have their backyard to play on, they don’t have a street to play on, differences. Boy, do they have their differences, like I did. I’m thinking that park is going to have much especially over how New Westminster is run. ‘OPEN FOR BUSINESS’ more use than people realize. Wayne Wright has been the city’s mayor for the During Wright’s tenure the “New “It’s a winner, it’s deÂżnitely a winner.â€? last nine years. He wants to keep the job for another WRIGHT CROSTY Westminster is open for businessâ€? sign has Wright believes the city is being Âżnancially three. James Crosty wants to take it away from him. been lit. Many residential, commercial retail responsible. Crosty has been involved in the community for and light industrial projects are springing up all over town. “We have to be Âżscally prudent, the same as we are now. more than 20 years. Recently he has had his proÂżle raised The city is also in the process of building a civic centre I’m trying to think if we have had one project that we put all as president of the Quayside Community Board and in Downtown and the Westminster Pier Park on the waterfront. of our money in and the answer is no,â€? says Wright. co-leading the charge to court to get the railways to reduce Wright doesn’t apologize for the current pace of noise and vibration in the neighbourhood. WRIGHT HAS BEEN WRONG: CROSTY development because he says it’s the right time to do it. Although there are ofÂżcially four in the race—Vance Crosty takes aim at several subjects where he believes “The fact of it is, you do it when you can, when the values McFadyen and Francois Nantel being the others—most Wright has been wrong. are there, and when you’re not ruining anything. When you observers consider Crosty as the one candidate who could The mayor, for instance, would like to see New look at every single site that we’ve done, and I don’t care unseat Wright on election night, Nov. 19. Westminster’s Braid Industrial Park become the site of an which one you look at, there’s not one that wasn’t derelict, or ‘THANKLESS JOB, AT TIMES’ energy-producing incinerator Metro Vancouver is looking to was an underutilization of a property,â€? says Wright. New Westminster reminded Wright of his hometown The perception among many opponents to developments in build to dispose of its solid waste. because Windsor is also on a river with a big bridge, railways Crosty wants none of it. the city, is Wright is in the back pocket of developers because running through it and a waterfront that was destitute. “I am 100 per cent against incineration,â€? Crosty says. He of campaign contributions. Some of the biggest donations he Wright decided to run for the mayor’s chair because he suggests Braid be used for high-tech and environmentally received in 2008 came from Aragon ($5,000), Onni ($5,000), wanted to contribute to his adopted city. sustainable businesses in the area. Plaza 88 ($5,000), Salient Group ($2,500) and Ballenas “When you come into this ofÂżce you think the next day He also attacks Wright and council for trying to tweak the ($2,000). you’re going to make some changes, that you’re going powers of residents associations. “It’s not a perception. I’m there because I think the city to say this and it’s going to get done. And then you Âżnd “It bothers me they brought changes to the policy without needs to have some development,â€? says Wright. “I don’t do out immediately that there’s seven (council) votes sitting talking to anybody,â€? says Crosty. anything without listening. at that table and you all better be on the same page or it’s “It’s arrogant for them to tell us how to run our WRIGHT’S NUMBERS DON’T ADD UP: CROSTY going nowhere,â€? says Wright. “Then you have staff that’s associations. It’s arrogant for them to make assumptions that In Crosty’s opinion Wright’s numbers don’t add up in a been there for 15, 20 and 25 years and that are much more they know better. It’s arrogant for them to tell us what to way that’s beneÂżcial to New Westminster residents. Much of knowledgeable. do. It’s arrogant for them to be in their positions as elected his criticism is aimed at council’s “vanity projectsâ€? like the “It’s a thankless job, at times. Let’s face it. You only get, ofÂżcials. And people are tired of it.â€? pier park and civic centre. at best, 60 per cent of the people agreeing with you, and then If elected, one of his Âżrst steps would be to call upon the “When you don’t have a strategic plan in place to deal with province to take over the schools project and get them built. you’ve got to make sure it works and get the rest of them the cost of doing things, and you make statements like, ‘Oh, back on track.â€? He also accuses Wright of decimating the buildings that we have lots of money that we can continue to borrow.’ And have been eyed for arts and culture, such as the former Burr EMBROILED IN ISSUES the world is in a global recession, somebody has to look at the Theatre. Within three months of Crosty and his partner Paul bank,â€? says Crosty. “There is a non-logical approach to the While Crosty believes the city needs a change in direction, Thompson moving to Sapperton 22 years ago they became budget here.â€? Wright wants to keep the current course—he says the city’s in embroiled in city politics, Âżghting to save Sunset Park, Crosty admits there’s not much that can be done about all good shape. across the street from their home, when Buchanan Lodge was the money that’s been committed to the pier park because “To be really straightforward, it’s not a time for a change. rebuilt. “it’s spilled milk. Make the best of a bad situation and go The time for a change is another time, it’s not this time,â€? says Crosty recently helped 28 Quay residents with units forward.â€? Wright. facing the river have their assessments reduced by the B.C. He also takes issue with council not budgeting any money Which path New West will follow will be decided Nov. 19.

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RUBBISH REMOVAL

CASTRO’S JUNK & DEMOLITION You Name It & It’s Gone! Best Rates. Free Est. (778)891-4017

bradsjunkremoval.com

Haul Anything...

On Time, As Promised, Service Guaranteed!

604.587.5865

www.recycleitcanada.ca

★ ★CALL NOW★ ★ LOW COST RUBBISH REMOVAL

★ Disposal ★ Renovations Debris ★ Construction ★ Drywall Pickup ★ Demolition ★ 7 days/week ★ Free Estimates ★

Isaac 604-727-5232 PATRICK’S RUBBISH REMOVAL *Landscape *Trimming *Yard Clean *Const. Clean. *ANYTHING!!! 1 Ton Truck. Call Patrick for Prompt Quality Service @ 604-808-1652.

625

FOR SALE BY OWNER

706

627

636

MORTGAGES

660 LANGLEY/ALDERGROVE

6985 Walker Ave

Please call 778-994-2334 BURNABY

Well maintained ONE bedrooms. Includes cable, heat & hot water. Secure parking avail. On site manager. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Quiet & well maintained bldg., walk to Highgate Mall & transit. Cat okay. For viewing....

RENTALS APARTMENT/CONDO

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Secure parking available. For viewing call:

Call 604- 522-5230

Welcome Home ! 1 Bedrooms available near Lougheed Mall and transit. Rent includes heat & hot water. Sorry No Pets. Refs required.

1YR Seasoned Alder Birch Maple Clean, Split, DRY & Delivered. Family Operated for 20 yrs. (604)825-9264 BEST FIREWOOD 32nd Season & 37,000 Cust Deliv. Fully Seas. Maple, Birch, Alder 604-582-7095

548

FURNITURE

MATTRESSES staring at $99 • Twins • Fulls • Queens • Kings 100’s in stock! www.Direct Liquidation.ca (604)294-2331

dual pane windows, outside shower, power tongue jack, LCD TV and MORE! $34,995 (Stk.30968) www.fraserwayrv.com 1-800-806-1976 DL #30644

Call (604) 931-2670

818 NEW WESTMINSTER

Colonial House 435 Ash Street 3 Story bldg in great location. 1 bdrm stes from $760. Covered pkg, lndry rm, landscaped common area. Close to park, transit, shops. Heat & hot water incl’d. For more info & viewing call

Rozario 778-788-1849 Professionally managed by Gateway Property Management

PORT COQUITLAM

CEDARWAY APT Bright & Clean 1 & 2 Bdrms D/W, Heat and hot water included. Close to schools, shopping & public transportation.

Call 604-837-4589 711

CLAREMONT TERRACE

** 6960 ELWELL ST ** Near HighGate Mall (formerly known as Middlegate) Quiet, spacious 2 & 1 Bdrms & Bachelor suites. Newly reno’d. Incls: Balcony, prkg, heat & h/wtr

1991 BUICK REGAL, A/Car’d, slight damage front left door. 202,000km. $1150 obo 604-526-3809 2000 FORD FOCUS, standard trans., blue, 4 dr. sedan, CD, Air Cared. $2995 obo (604)826-0519 2005 CHRYSLER SEBRING convertible, silver, 84 k’s. auto. Mags. $7895/obo. (604)826-0519 2007 CHRYSLER 300: $11,900 with 55,000 km in excellent condition, 604-574-9249 2011 CHRYSLER, SILVER, 2000 series, 4,037km. $25,000 obo (250)485-8081

821 CARS - SPORTS & IMPORTS 1996 TOYOTO COROLLA PLUS, auto, green, 4/dr, a/c, 156K, timing belt replaced, new exhst, reg. srvc, good brakes/tires, AirCared 03/13 $3100 obo. (604)507-9945 2002 DODGE NEON R/T standard trans., white, sunroof, used eng., new timing belt & clutch. CD stacker $3995 obo. (604)826-0519

604-525-2661 BURNABY

MAPLE PLACE TOWERS

Call 604-421-1235 www.aptrentals.net

1 Bedroom Reno’d suites located in upgraded blding in cul-du-sac. Next to large green space. Incl’s heat, hot water and basic cable. Walk to Highgate mall. Quiet and clean. Cat okay. Deposit required. For viewing....

736

778-865-5454 Cash for all vehicles Free towing Quick service Always available 778-865-5454 #1 FREE SCRAP VEHICLE REMOVAL ASK ABOUT $500 CREDIT $$$ PAID FOR SOME 604.683.2200

The Scrapper

2007 Honda Civic DXG 5 sp, 2 dr., grey, 130K, p/w, p/l, a/c, am/fm/cd, no acc. $9,500 604793-3819

PORT MOODY Heritage Mtn. Ravine Drive. 5 Bdrms + lrg office, 3-5 baths, approx. 3000 sq.ft. on 2 floors. Gorgeous city view from both floors. Dble garage. Ensuite with jacuzzi. Spacious decks. $2400/mo. Avail now. Call 604-725-4873.

750

SUITES, LOWER

COQUITLAM Westwood Plateau, lge bright 1 bdrm. 1010 sq. ft., priv. ent. Nr bus & Douglas College. $950 + 1/3 utils. 778-323-7530. PORT MOODY. Heritage Mountain 2 bdrm (lrg w/view) + office space, 1300 sq/ft, insuite w/d, all appls. Avail now. $1200. 604-725-4873.

752

TOWNHOUSES

COQUITLAM

Renovated townhomes in magnificent area. Basement, patio, new appliances, garage.

BURNABY

Villa Del Mar

Call 604-834-4097 www.aptrentals.com

6630 Telford Ave.

MOVE In Bonus, 1 & 2 bdrm apts w/balcony, ht, hw, cable, prkg, locker, coin laundry, elevator, NS, NP, close to all transit, shops, & schools, Lease 604-241-3772 Rmd NEW WEST - across from the Quay 2 bdrms, 2 baths, new appl. w/d. Great location, cls to all amens. Nr Douglas College. $1500: Avail. now. (604)940-8522/604-812-2517

SCRAP CAR REMOVAL

AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Minimum $150 cash for full size vehicles, any cond. 604-518-3673

HOMES FOR RENT

Crescentview

Bright large newly reno’d 1 and 2 bedroom suites for rent. Freshly painted, new hardwood floors, huge balcony. Only 2 min walk to Metrotown Mall. Please call 604-715-1824 to view. Move in TODAY!

845

SCRAP BATTERIES WANTED We buy scrap batteries from cars, trucks & heavy equip. $4.00 each. Free pickup anywhere in BC, Min. 10. Toll Free Call:1.877.334.2288

NEW WESTMINSTER CO-OP 1050 Keyside Drive

604-519-1930

DSI water heater, black flush tank, water filter system, free standing dinette. $24,995 Stk.30936 www.fraserwayrv.com 1-800-806-1976 DL #30644

2005 Mercedes Benz SL55 AMG Kompressor AMG Sport Package, 5.5 litre V-8, 493 HP. Hardtop retractable roof, 31,000 km. Online auction now: www.bcacuction.ca. Info: 250-952-5003

CO-OP RENTALS

1 bedroom handicapped / wheelchair accessible suite. $741.00 per month shares are $1500.00 no subsidy Available December 1.

2011 HEMISPHERE F28RLSS

CARS - DOMESTIC

Burnaby:

FERTILIZERS

FUEL

2011 EVER-LITE 35RL-DS

COQUITLAM

www.aptrentals.net

Call 604-540-6725

545

Auto Financing 1.800.910.6402

2000 DODGE GREAT WEST VAN Class B Motorhome 318V8 107,000 km. Rebuilt transmission has 400 km & warranty. Like new in & out. A/C, fantastic fan, toilet, shower, am/fm stereo w/ CD & Cassette, dvd w/ screen. Fridge, stove, micro, sink. A must see! $23500 obo. 604-796-8792 2004 F350 LARIAT CREW CAB, 4X4, long box, 5th wheel, 180K, full load $16,500 obo. 604-812-1278

Call 604- 521-3448

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

WEED FREE Mushroom Manure. 13 yards - $160 or Well Rotted 10 yards - $180. 604-856-8877

RECREATIONAL/SALE

Bright large 1 bedroom for rent in a newly reno’d building. Large balcony, freshly painted with hardwood floors. 2 Min walk to Highgate Mall & all major transit.

www.dannyevans.ca

Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. Langley

Park Crest Apts.

533

838 www.UapplyUdrive.ca

Walker Manor

HOMES FOR SALE-SUPER BUYS

BURNABY

Swiss Mountain pups. Look like Bernese but short-hair & smaller. Gentle. 604-795-7662 lv msg.

AUTO FINANCING

BURNABY

Mortgage Help! Beat bank rates for purchases and refinances, immediate debt consolidation, foreclosure relief, and equity loans. Free, fast, friendly, private consultations. Call 1-888-685-6181 www.mountaincitymortgage.ca

1 Bdrm Apts starting at $950 2 Bdrm Apts starting at $1200 Heat and hot water included. Dishwasher, fridge, stove, balcony, shared laundry. Avail Immed. Close to amen, schools and mall. Swiss Mountain cross, 8 mos, male, very loving, $500. (604)845-2223, lv msg.

810

TRANSPORTATION

HOMES WANTED

WE BUY HOMES Damaged House! Older House! Difficulty Selling! Behind on Payments! Need to Sell Now? NO FEES! NO RISK! QUICK CASH! Call us First! 604.657.9422

706

APARTMENT/CONDO

TRANSPORTATION

Need A Vehicle! Guaranteed Auto Loan. Apply Now, 1.877.680.1231

CHILLIWACK, 1200sf, 2 bdrm over 45 rancher, 2 bath, f/p, cov patio, 5 appl, $239,900. Call (604)625-3498

Quiet & well maintained bldg. Includes heat & hot water. On site manager. Cat okay.

Call Andrew (778)868-3374

• Electronics • Appliances • Old Furniture • Construction • Yard Waste • Concrete • Drywall • Junk • Rubbish • Mattresses

REAL ESTATE

Super Clean ONE Bedrooms

SAME DAY SERVICE Seniors Discount

JUNK REMOVAL Recycled Earth Friendly

ZIMMERMANN PIANO with bench. $1800: (604)538-9456

Two 6 month old pups (1 male, 1 female) looking for a loving home. Vet checked: eyes, ears & heart Registered CKC & micro chipped Parents, champion CKC registered. Socialized with children and other animals Call : 604 - 460 - 8086 CKC REG BLOOD HOUND pups, 1 male, 8 fem. Liver & tan, ready to go end of Nov. (604)574-5788 DOGO ARGENTINO. Reg’d. puppies. M & F. Champion background. $2800. each. 604-853-8531 Abbts. FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPIES!! maandpawfrenchbulldogs.com 604309-5333 char04@shaw.ca LABRADOODLE PUPPIES Family Based Hobby Breeder. $750 604-595-5840. Avail Nov 20th. redbarnlabradoodles.blogspot.com 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 POODLE, Miniature. Puppies. 3m, 1st & 2nd shots, dewormed, paper trained. $575. (604)856-8267 SHIHTZU / TOY POODLE. Male pups. Vet checked, shots, deflead & dewormed. $400 604-744-8793

Serving The Lower Mainland Since 1988

RECYCLE-IT!

566 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels

220.JUNK(5865)

Mr. Cleanup Disposal

HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper?

RENTALS

BURNABY

But Dead Bodies!! 604.

MISC. FOR SALE

1 BR 436 - 7th Street New West. Very Clean & Quite, Extra Storage, Secured Parking, Top Floor. Near Westminster Mall, Library, and Medical Buildings. Includes Heat and Hot Water, N/S N/P $850 / mo Call 604-306-9111

SALES@PATTARGROUP.COM

Re-roofing, Repair & New Roof Specialists. Work Guar. WCB.10% Senior’s. Disc. Jag 778-892-1530 GL ROOFING. Cedar shakes, Asphalt Shingles, Flat roofs, WCB Clean Gutters. $80. 604-240-5362

GARAGE SALES

560

Classified Advertising

332

551

BRIDGEVIEW FLEA MARKET Every Sunday, Year Round, 80 Vendors 7am-3pm, 11475-126a St. Sry. Info./Book Table 604-625-3208

STAN’S PAINTING

Seniors Discount 10% off Book by end of Nov. - 15% off. 25 yrs exp. Guarantee on work. Refs. (604)773-7811 or 604-432-1857

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE

PITT MEADOWS: 2 - 3 bdrm co-op T/H $1030/mo - $1134/mo. Shares req’d. No subsidy available. Orientation 2nd & 4th Sun. 2 pm & 3rd Tues. 7 pm each mo. 19225 119th Ave., Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2B2. Leave msg 604-465-1938

Autos • Trucks • Equipment Removal

828 COMMERCIAL VEHICLES

847 SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES

2011 5th Wheel 32’ Gooseneck Cargo Trailer, triple axle, 4000lb ramp, electric brakes, roof vents, 36” side door, like new, $12,500. Call 604-842-8009.

838

RECREATIONAL/SALE

1995 ALJO 21½ ‘ 5th wheel trailer, 1 owner, smoke free. Kept indoors, very clean, low mi., sleeps 6, $10,500. (604)823-6459

1999 Slumber Queen Adventurer Camper

TRANSPORTATION 806

ANTIQUES/CLASSICS

1968 VW Beetle Convertible. fully restored, collectors plates. asking $14,500. obo. (604)939-5509

FREE TOWING 7 days/wk. We pay Up To $500 CA$H Rick Goodchild 604.551.9022

10 Foot WS model with all the trimmings, 13’’ Sansui TV, queen bed 8 foot awning & much more! Excellent Condition. Reduced to $7000. Please call: 604-535-5777 or 604-785-6827

1995 Ford Explorer, Eddie Bauer, 5 spd, 4x4, loaded, leather, sunroof, exc cond. $3900. 778-565-4230 2010 SANTA FE GL, silver, 9,920 kms. $20,490. Orig owner, pristine cond. 2.4L, 6 spd, auto, shiftronic, 5 star safety rating, extra floor mats. Call Joe 604-850-0354. 7 - 9 pm.

851

TRUCKS & VANS

2005 MONTANA SV6, loaded, Onstar, 7 pass., new front rotors & brakes. Mint. $6400. 604-812-1278


A28 NewsLeader Friday, November 11, 2011

Thrifty Foods Sapperton, New Westminster is Now Open In the Brewery District at 270 East Columbia Street next to the Royal Columbian Hospital. Thrifty Kitchens

Canadian East Coast Lobsters Tails

Fresh Take & Bake Rising Crust Pizza

Frozen 84-112g

Pepperoni, Hawaiian, Deluxe or Vegetarian Family Size, 12” x 16”

2 898

Each

Island Farms

Top Sirloin Steaks

Butter

Naturally Aged 21 Days Family Pack Savings Size $6.59/kg

Salted or Unsalted 454g

On Sale

299

for

Per lb

Classico

All Butter Shortbread

Pasta Sauce

Made using only flour, sugar and butter! 8 Pack

Assorted 218-650ml

On Sale

Well marbled for juiciness and aged a minimum of 21 days for tenderness, check out our exclusive Canadian Triple AAA Sterling Silver Beef. If you’re not completely satisfied, we’ll refund your money. Rob Fitch

On Sale

Meat Manager

299

249 Each

Buch

Thrifty Foods is proud to offer organic and specialty meats – trimmed just the way you like them. From a well-marbled thick steak to meat ground in house, our butchers are at your service.

On Sale

2 $7

Blair

HOURS

for

899

8 Pack

Sapperton Park

Allen A llen n St St

Hospital St hiles St

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Simpson St

Looking for the newest Thrifty Foods store?

Strand Ave

Cumberland St

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Debeck St

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Alberta St

E Columbia St

Richmond St

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On Sale

On Sale

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OPEN

Located in the Brewery District @ 270 East Columbia St. next to the Royal Columbian Hospital Free validated covered parking Specials in effect until Tuesday, November 15th, 2011.

SAPPERTON N E W W E S TM I N S T E R thriftyfoods.com

Customer Service: 1 800 667 8280

Lest we forget.


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