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Mike Boehm, President of the North Shore Girls Fastpitch Association, receives a community gaming grant cheque for $39,900.
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Focused on filmmaking Through his short films, seventh grader Mackenzie Harmon hopes to make a big difference
ike any filmmaker with a budding production company, Mackenzie Harmon always has a business card handy. You never know when you’re going to meet someone who’s interested in your work. Harmon keeps his cards in his backpack. Next to his lunch and homework. And he’s probably going to need to order a new batch soon. The 12-year-old’s videos have already landed him a couple of appearances on Citytv’s Breakfast TV, a spotlight feature on the Vancouver Canucks website and a large YouTube following. But the seventh grader doesn’t act likes he’s big-time. He’s polite, taking off his black ball cap when he sits down, and authentically modest when talking about his growing catalogue of videos available at 316mackie.com and youtube. com/316mackie. After munching on an orange pumpkin-shaped shortbread COCOA cookie he explains how it all started: Ms. Stewart, his Grade WITH 6 teacher, asked him to do a Justin Beddall short video for Pink Day, an editor@northshore anti-bullying initiative in B.C. outlook.com schools. She knew he liked making videos. But he had only two days to make a short film— and the entire school, from kindergarten to Grade 7, would be assembling to watch it. He started shooting after school at the skateboard park with his iPod 4 with the help of a few friends and family. The next evening he furiously edited his video. On Wednesday his video was projected onto a large screen in the gymnasium. “People knew I made videos before but not like this,” he says. “I wanted to make more videos because of the great response I got.” Truth is, Mac, as he’s known to friends, has known from an early age that he wanted to be a filmmaker. He got his first camera — a big JVC that he got at Zellers which he still has — at seven, shortly after announcing to his mom
and dad that he wanted to go to film school. When discussing movies he talks about his two favourite directors, Steven Spielberg and James Cameron. Harmon shot Pink Day with an iPod 4 and edited on a PC. “That was before I had a Mac,” he says. Now, he’s video-making mostly using his iPhone 4 and editing on his MacBook Pro. “I use iMovie but want to get Final Cut [editing software],” he says. For Christmas, he’s hoping for a digital camera that shoots video. Since Pink Day, his videos have piled up quickly — and all deliver important messages, from bullying and youth homelessness to how Vancouver rallied together after the Stanley Cup riots. His latest is a Remembrance Day video that begins with grainy archival footage from the First World War and ends in Afghanistan, where his uncle recently returned from a peacekeeping mission. He’s hoping “Remember” will be posted on the Facebook page Canada Remembers. Next up? Probably a video to provide awareness about animal abuse. “I just have a love for animals,” he says. As he says on his website, “The point of my videos is not about me or how many views I can get but to bring awareness to these causes because we all have family and we are all affected in one way or another.” The young filmmaker feels he can get important messages to a wider audience through making videos. “A couple of days ago I got my 100th subscriber he says, tearing open a mini Twizzler pack that came with his Halloween cookie. “I just like sharing videos with everyone.” For now when thinking about his future career, he’s focused on filmmaking — or pro skateboarding. Or maybe both. “I’m really addicted to skateboarding right now — same with filmmaking.”
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Get ready to vote: Meet the candidates who are vying for your vote on November 19. November 19. Mark it on your calendars, folks. It’s your chance to get out to the nearest polling station and choose who you’d like to represent you at district hall. Below are profiles of all the candidates, from those seeking the mayor’s seat to council hopefuls and trustee types. Happy voting!
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“People, all they do is leave West Van; it’s so sleepy,” he says. As a lawyer, Cameron works for the Department of Justice Canada on a wide variety of litigation, including aboriginal rights claims. He is also a director of the West Vancouver Community Centres Society.
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Michael Evison Website: michaelevison.com Resides: Sandy Cove
Mary-Ann Booth has served the West Van school district as trustee for the past six years. Now she hopes to help shape the community as a whole by running for
councillor. “We have a lot to be proud of in West Vancouver: a beautiful and safe community, a colourful history, and wonderful amenities,” said Booth. “I’m committed to honouring those assets, but I believe we can do better. I envision a more livable, more vibrant and more engaged community.” Booth concludes the biggest challenge in West Van is balancing high expectations for community services with financial prudence. “We managed it very successfully in [School] District 45, where parents wanted excellent education despite unprecedented financial restraint; I’m confident we can do the same on council,” she said. Booth retired from law in 2005, after 20 years as a business lawyer and Crown prosecutor. In addition to her work as a school trustee, Booth also sits on various municipal working groups and advisory committees.
Expanding the District of West Vancouver’s relationship with Michael Evison First Nations is a subject that incumbent councillor Michael Evison would like to tackle, if elected for another term. Finding affordable housing for seniors and low income families is another challenge, says Evison. “I want to see us engage a citizens’ group to find out where and how we can achieve more affordable housing,” he adds. Evison is calling for major housing developments in West Vancouver to include smaller suites. He has also seen firsthand the looming homelessness situation on the North Shore; as acting mayor, he spent the day with the local Meals on Wheels program. “It’s shocking to realize how many disadvantaged people there are on the North Shore,” said Evison. “Most of us don’t know because we don’t have an occasion to know.” In 1990, Evison started Calibre Landscaping, an eco-friendly garden design and construction company. He is also the West Van director of the North Shore Family Court - Youth Justice Committee.
Craig Cameron Website: craigcameron.ca Resides: Ambleside
Nora Gambioli Website: noragambioli.com Resides: Ambleside
Financial and environmental sustainability, vitality and inclusiveness are the principles by Craig Cameron which Craig Cameron is running his election campaign. A champion of West Van’s natural splendor, Cameron wants to protect Whyte Lake, near Horseshoe Bay, from being developed. However, the single biggest issue on the minds of most voters appears to be the levels of taxation and municipal spending, says Cameron. “We need to seek creative funding sources,” he suggests. “The appointment of a Municipal Auditor General would assist in addressing the municipal spending issue.” West Vancouver needs more public spaces to boost vitality, perhaps a satellite campus of Capilano University, figures Cameron. Pre-K to Grade 12 Grammar
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Nora Gambioli’s family tree has strong roots in West Van. In the 1920s, her great grandfather Nora Gambioli Henry Stone immigrated from England to Olde Caulfeild — and later designed St. Francis-in-the-Wood church. These days, keeping municipal taxes reasonable without undermining service and infrastructure needs is the priority in West Van, figures Gambioli. “Think ‘smarter’, for example, recover gas, phosphates, ash, heat and water from the [proposed] Lions Gate Waste Water Treatment Plant to provide revenue,” said Gambioli. She also believes time will tell, through public consultation starting in January, if much efficien-
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West Vancouver cy will be gained by integrating police and fire in a new public safety building. Gambioli uses her professional background as a lawyer to run her own property management business. She has served on municipal committees and working groups in West Vancouver for more than 25 years and actively takes part in stream surveys and manages public events for the West Van Streamkeeper Society. Gregg Henderson Website: gregghenderson.ca Resides: Upper Ambleside
A scenic carpenter in the movie industry, Gregg Gregg Henderson Henderson would paint a marine park in his picture of the Ambleside waterfront. The West Vancouver native started his carpentry career in the early ‘70s doing small jobs in West Van, before transitioning to high-end home renovations. The “concerned citizen” says there are too many decisions being made during in-camera meetings at West Vancouver District hall. In the summer of 2010, Henderson was part of a citizens’ group that was successful in reversing West Van council’s decision to decommission the Ambleside boat ramp. He is now working towards the improvement and enhancement of the facility. Henderson says he is not in favour of highrise buildings in West Van. “They are going to put this [high rise] in the middle of the most clogged intersection in West Van,” said Henderson, referring to a proposed tower at Park Royal. David Jones Website: electdavidjones.ca Resides: Ambleside
Self-proclaimed relentless volunteer David Jones is hoping to David Jones be the voice of change at West Vancouver District hall. “Basically the nuts and bolts of everything is I get involved with politics when I think there needs to be change,” said Jones. He wants to open the lines of communication between West Van residents and district council. “I don’t believe people are being involved in the some of the decisions that are being made,” said Jones. He cites the recent addition of new bus shelters in West Van as an example. “Is it worth it, when you see how much anger it is causing the community?” asks Jones. He also has a clear idea of how to make the revitalization of Ambleside work. “It needs to be developed into something sim-
ilar to Coal Harbour or Whistler, with anchor tenants and smaller tenants,” said Jones. Jones’ current volunteer portfolio includes the Coho Festival and the West Vancouver Sunshine Coast - Sea to Sky Country Electoral District. Michael Lewis Website: electlewis.wordpress.com Stearman Beach area
Restoring fiscal and operational discipline to local government Michael Lewis is a priority for West Vancouver incumbent councillor Michael Lewis. Maintaining or enhancing municipal services while “respecting residents’ finite ability to pay” is also important, he said. His solution: West Van should share components of administrative services with neighbouring governments thereby reducing managerial and supervisory overheads. Lewis says he generally supports the goal of revitalizing Ambleside. He weighs in on the arts component of the Ambleside Now project. “The suggestion of a large “gallery” at the foot of 14th [Street] is illogical and has met with considerable and, in my view, appropriate negative reaction from the public,” said Lewis. “My sense is that an arts enclave in Ambleside must be of a less imposing scale and complimentary to the natural environment.” Lewis, a semi-retired executive from the telecom sector, who currently provides managerial consulting services, is also president of both the Autism Society of B.C. and Canada. Max Nikpay Website: members.shaw.ca/maxnikpay Resides: British Properties
Longtime West Vancouverite Max Nikpay wants to create a stronger relationship between Max Nikpay residents and city hall. “Being councillor is not just reading staff reports on Friday evening and participating at council meetings, it requires hours of public connections, participations and discussions,” said Nikpay. The biggest issues in West Vancouver are ECTIONS CIVIC EL affordable housing, municipal overspending and lack of transparNOV. 19 ency, he believes. 2011 “Fixing these problems
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Working Together to Manage
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Snow season is upon us. Your municipality monitors road and weather conditions throughout the winter months. When snow and icy conditions are forecast, crews and equipment are dispatched to clear roads on a priority basis. The first priority for municipal crews, during and after a snowfall, is to clear the major arterial streets, as well as bus routes, bus stops, and access to emergency services (e.g. fire halls, ambulance stations and hospital). The second priority is to clear collector streets and routes leading to schools. Once conditions have stabilized on first and second priority routes, crews will begin to clear local streets. Local streets are not ploughed immediately during a snow event. In the event of continual snowfall, it may take longer than normal for ploughs to reach local streets as first and second priority streets will require additional attention. Thank you for your cooperation and patience during a snow event as municipal crews work to keep your streets clear and safe. For more information on your municipality’s snow and ice removal policy and how you can prepare for winter storms, please contact your local municipality. É
You Can Help Before a snowfall: É Prepare for an emergency. Keep an emergency kit and supplies in your home, office and car. During an emergency, such as a large-scale power outage, residents may be without services or assistance for up to 72 hours. Visit the North Shore Emergency Management Office website at www.nsemo.org, or call 604-969-7000 to find out more about personal emergency preparedness and for information on free emergency preparedness workshops. É Stock up on food supplies and ensure that your prescriptions are filled. É Note the locations of fire hydrants and catch basins around your property. É Purchase and install quality snow tires. Tune-up your vehicle for winter driving. É Keep a shovel and supply of salt handy for sidewalks and driveways. É Make alternate arrangements (such as taking public transit) to commute to work, school, or medical appointments when it snows. É Monitor local weather reports.
When it snows: É Drive only if necessary. Public transit is a good alternative. É Park in your driveway, not on the street. This will allow snow ploughs and salt spreaders the room required to safely clear the street. This is particularly important on cul-de-sacs and narrow roadways. Please note that lanes/alleys are not ploughed during a snow event. ÉObserve posted signs that may restrict on-street parking in some areas during periods of heavy snow. É Do not abandon your car if it gets stuck. Illegally parked cars that hamper snow clearing may be ticketed and/or towed. É Remove snow from your sidewalk. The owner or occupier of an industrial, commercial or multi-family property is required to remove any accumulation of snow or ice from the sidewalks and footpaths bordering the real property as soon as practicable after the cessation of any snow or ice accumulation. Residents of single-family properties are also asked to clear snow and ice from sidewalks in front of their home in order to ensure the safety of pedestrians. (Note: the City of North Vancouver bylaw also requires removal of snow from sidewalks fronting residential properties). Please visit your municipal website to learn more about snow clearing bylaws in your community: District of North Vancouver Street and Traffic Bylaw 7125 City of North Vancouver Street and Traffic Bylaw 6234 District of West Vancouver Traffic and Parking Bylaw 4370 É Check your municipality’s website for snow shovelling tips. É Clear snow away from fire hydrants. This will make it easier for the fire department to locate the hydrant in the event of an emergency. É Clear snow and ice from the catch basins in front of your home or business. This will allow for proper drainage and will reduce the chance of flooding on the street and on property. É Check on neighbours and family members who may need some extra assistance.
Stay away from rivers and creeks. With heavy rainfall or melting snowpack comes increased risk, due to elevated water levels, swift moving currents, and bank erosion. Report downed power lines. Stay clear and contact BC Hydro at 1-888-POWERON. Go to BC Hydro’s website for further information about power outages at www.bchydro.com/outages.
Collection Services During a Snow Event In the event of hazardous road conditions due to snow and ice, it may be necessary to suspend garbage, recycling and green waste collection in some or all parts of the North Shore. Garbage Collection (North Van District): If your garbage collection (single family or multi-family) is missed, then collection will not occur until the next scheduled collection day and the container limit will be increased to accommodate the missed pick-up. Please remove your garbage containers from the curb and store until the next scheduled collection day. Garbage Collection (North Van City and West Van): If your garbage collection is missed, then crews will attempt to make the collection the following day. Please ensure that your containers are not buried in snow. If crews are unable to collect your material the next day, then it will be collected on your next scheduled collection day and the container limit will be increased to accommodate the missed pickup. Note for all North Shore residences: If your garbage/recycling is normally collected from the street: Do not place your garbage cans and recycling containers on the road. Keep them on the sidewalk or boulevard and remove them as soon as possible after they have been emptied. Recycling Collection (North and West Vancouver): If recycling collection is missed, crews will attempt service the following day. If crews are not able to collect your material the next day, please remove it from the curb until your next scheduled collection day. Green Waste Collection: will be suspended in the District of North Vancouver during snow and icy conditions, allowing crews to focus on garbage collection. Green waste collection may also be suspended in the City of North Vancouver and District of West Vancouver. Please check with your municipality for more information Schools can also be affected by heavy snowfall: In the event of a major snowfall, local area schools may be closed. Please check the following websites during a snow event for more information. North Vancouver School District: www.nvsd44.bc.ca West Vancouver School District: www.sd45.bc.ca or (604) 981-1234 (24 hours) Independent/Private Schools: Please contact the school directly.
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fter more than two decades working as a commercial pilot, North Vancouver’s Stephan Grisbrook had some thinking to do. Grisbrook’s then-employer Japan Airlines had decided to close down the base Grisbrook worked at in 2009, sending 160 pilots packing. He took some time off, evaluating his options. With three baseball-playing sons, all members of the North Shore Twins squad at various times, Grisbrook was struck with an idea — an indoor training facility for the Twins. In the offseason, Twins’ players had to drive to Richmond or to the University of British Columbia for their workouts.
So, Grisbrook went hunting for an old warehouse the team could use. After some looking, Grisbrook says he found a place he didn’t pursue because of zoning issues, his plans began to evolve. Instead of focusing on a place solely for the Twins, Grisbrook envisioned a fullfledged training facility where a number of teams can do their workouts. Fast forward two years and Grisbrook is opening the doors to Inside Performance, an integrated heathcare and athletic training facility. Tucked between steel yards and railway tracks, in the shadow of the Second Narrows bridge, Inside Performance boasts turflaid batting cages, full gym, as well as a chiropractic and massage area. “Our niche is baseball and girls fastpitch,” Grisbrook told The Outlook.
“But we’re open to other sports as well” Grisbrook said Inside Performance is also offering “functional movement screens,” a system where athletes do a series of exercises — think lunges and jumping — and trainers use the results to craft a personalized workout. Thus far, seven of the eight little leagues on the North Shore have signed up for training, as have the North Shore Twins and the Coquitlam Reds. The baseball academy planned for West Vancouver’s Sentinel secondary next year will also use Inside Performance for training. email@example.com twitter.com/seankolenko
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The annual Canadian Poppy Campaign commences the last Friday in October and continues until November 11th. Each Branch of The Royal Canadian Legion has a Poppy Fund and volunteer poppy campaigners raise funds throughout the Poppy Campaign. Poppy funds are strictly governed and used to support any person who is serving or who has honourably served in the Canadian Forces and their dependants who are in need of assistance, namely: low rental housing, housing for homeless veterans, medical equipment, day care, meals on wheels, the Veterans Transition Program, bursaries and related services for veterans and their families. Poppy funds may also be used to assist with disaster relief when declared by Governments. For more information, please visit our website: www.legionbcyukon.ca and click on Remember.
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Trish Panz Website: trishpanz.com Resides: Eagle Harbour Trish Panz’s re-election platform focuses on preserving the heritage Trish Panz of Ambleside and the natural environment of West Vancouver. Implementing West Vancouver’s Parks Master Plan in 2012, introducing an invasive species policy and ensuring long-term protection of the mountainside would be Panz’s goals, if elected. Her vision for Ambleside is to renew the 1300block of Marine Drive to fit with today — “a place that embraces the arts, our heritage, innovation, in keeping with our natural environment, connects us to our waterfront and invites and includes all of us”. Panz believes the biggest issue facing West Van, and North Van, taxpayers is the replacement of the Lions Gate Treatment Plant. “The goal should always be to find a way to work together for the health of the region,” she said. A physical therapist that has worked in both public and private practice, Panz is also active in non-profit volunteering as part of the Master Gardener of BC program.
Carolanne Reynolds Website: carolanne.org Resides: Dundarave Perennial District of West Vancouver council watcher and Carolanne one-time councillor Carolanne Reynolds Reynolds is hoping for another crack at civic politics. Her election platform focuses on transparency, inclusiveness and collaboration in the decisionmaking process on DWV council. She lobbied for nine months and succeeded in getting the
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community. The five-term councillor says the issues of the day are civic finances and housing. “We will look for efficiencies with the new [West Van District] financial officer, while overall still providing quality services and keeping taxes as low as we can; and we can do it,” promises Soprovich. The “housing pilot program” where council looked at allowing laneway homes as part of an affordable housing strategy remains unfinished business, said Soprovich. He remains skeptical on the new $39.5 million price tag for the proposed public safety building, saying the cost must be covered wholly by the sale of municipal property in the 1300-block of Marine Drive. Soprovich, a retired barber, is the past chairman of West Van Community Day and past president of the West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce. Vivian Vaughan No website Resides: Cypress Park Estates One-time West Van councillor Vivian Vaughan will call for an Vivian Vaughan external review of municipal operations, if elected. “I suppose my literature draws attention to unsustainable municipal spending,” said Vaughan. continued, PAGE 16
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UPCOMING EVENTS DIRECTOR’S REPORT
Home-based Businesses Connecting in West Vancouver West Vancouver’s Facts and Stats (2006 census) states that half of its employed labour force who work within West Van are home-based.
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If you are part of this lucky and growing sector, you probably enjoy setting your own hours of work, balancing family and work responsibilities, avoiding a daily commute over the bridge and of course cost–saving. You also beneﬁt from friendly zoning bylaws. For many of us who have chosen this way of doing business, these factors are compelling. We thrive on the open time and space to think and work creatively. On the other hand, isolation can be a down-side. We have the efﬁciencies and speed of all the new technologies but we sometimes miss our associates. Clearly though, the beneﬁts win or there wouldn’t be close to 4,000 of us.
And it only takes a bit of effort to ﬁnd ways to connect with our community, whether through a break at a café, a sea walk or networking with other local business people who just might be looking to meet someone with the very skill set you have. This has been my experience in joining the West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce and participating in the Business to Business Breakfast Club where the focus is to provide leads to others. My home-based studio in Ambleside is a perfect ﬁt for my ﬂower business which focuses mainly on weddings and special events. I look forward to many more years of being my own boss while staying connected. Lois Keane Owner Lois Keane Flowers
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Nov 25 OLA ONABULĂ‰ returns to BC this November for his third visit to Canada after his magniďŹ cent debut in 2009 on the main stage at the Montreal Jazz Festival 30th Anniversary. The shows will feature material from Olaâ€™s forthcoming album, Seven Shades Darker, which will be released in early 2012 throughout Europe, UK and Canada. Olaâ€™s live performances have earned him the reputation as one of the worldâ€™s ďŹ nest vocalists and entertainers. Ola has performed at some of the most prestigious jazz festivals and concert halls, including performances with Germanyâ€™s world-famous WDR Radio Big Band, SWR Radio Big Band, The German Film Orchestra, plus many performances at historical jazz venues including NYCâ€™s legendary Blue Note, Quasimodo of Berlin, and Ronnie Scottâ€™s in London.
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Candidates for school board (West Vancouver) Christine Banham No website Resides: Cedardale West Van resident Christine Banham could have gone either way â€” municipal Christine Banham or school board â€” with her candidacy for local government. â€œA lot of people have been saying why donâ€™t I run for council; but right now itâ€™s not the right time,â€? said Banham. She is active in a myriad of District of West Vancouver working groups including being a member of the Port of Metro Vancouverâ€™s North Shore Waterfront Liaison Committee. But for now, her main focus is on education in West Vancouver. â€œI think the school board is an important part that gets overlooked,â€? says Banham. She said the challenge in West Van is developing programs that will prepare students for the diverse range of vocational or professional career paths. â€œWhen we commit to a new program, what does that set us up for down the road? questions Banham. â€œWill it be feasible down the road? The Scotiabank senior manager of global transaction banking said itâ€™s prudent to have a good assessment. Carolyn Broady No website Resides: Ambleside Carolyn Broady â€” current West Van District Parent Advisory Council president â€” is ready to make an upwards Carolyn Broady move in education advocacy to trustee. Since her children were young, the stay-at-home mom has volunteered extensively in the local education community. â€œI really like the work they are doing in the West Van School District; they are doing innovative things,â€? said Broady. But sometimes keeping ahead of the education curve comes at a cost, she said. â€œI find [the WVSD] is moving forward very quickly with technology,â€? added Broady. â€œMy aim is to maintain a consistent balance between the use of technology and the delivery of core curriculum while upholding achievement levels.â€? Broady said her son - who attends West Vancouver
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â€œThere is so much exciting stuff coming down the pipe,â€? says incumCindy Dekker bent trustee Cindy Dekker, of the West Van School District. She is inspired by the renewal of the BC education ministry. â€œI would love to implement that and bring [the West Van education] system up into the 21st century,â€? said Dekker. She accepts there are challenges to being innovators and leaders in delivering the very best in education with the resources available, but believes the WVSD has developed good relationships with its partner groups. At a District Parent Advisory Council meeting in West Vancouver in March, Dekker - the boardâ€™s trustee liaison to DPAC - shared her reflections as a parent whose youngest of two daughters was graduating from high school. She opened by acknowledging the key role that other parents played in raising her girls â€” a network of mentors. Dekker also fundraises for the VGH and UBC Hospital Foundation. Reema Faris Website: reemafaris.com Resides: Ambleside
Reema Faris walked into her first Parents Advisory Council meeting Reema Faris in 2006 and walked out as Ă‰cole Cedardaleâ€™s representative to West Van DPAC. Are we rushing too quickly to embrace social media as a teaching tool?, asked Faris. â€œI think one of the concerns I have, is at the end of the day the world still operates on the principle of human connection,â€? she said. â€œA rush to introduce technology is at the risk of losing these connections.â€? Each student in the West Van School District has a dashboard - a webpage that allows them to interact with teachers and fellow students. Faris said this is emphasizing the Facebook aspect of communications. â€œIâ€™m not sure if thatâ€™s where I would place my priority,â€? she added. â€œI would rather see these students learn how to do a spreadsheet before they learn to â€˜friendâ€™ someone.â€? A Masters student at SFU in Graduate Liberal Studies, Faris also works as a teaching assistant in SFUâ€™s Department of Humanities. Jane Kellett No website Resides: Bowen Island
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his story is all about Lynn, Al and Lefty Hendrickson of whom I’m sure you’ve heard. What? You don’t know Lynn? Or Al? How about Lefty? Okay, better grab a cup of your favourite coffee, take a comfortable chair and learn the tale of someone who – at 15 – hitchhiked the Sea to Sky Highway to play Gordon Sturtridge League football, then later walked on at the University of Oregon to find himself playing at the NCAA Division 1 level and eventually became the only B.C. Lions player to have his sons grow up to play for the Lions as well. That’s right, I said someone. You see, Lynn, Al and Lefty are one and the same person. Lynn Hendrickson grew up in Squamish, the youngest of three brothers. “I was six or seven years old,” Lefty was recalling over the phone the other day from Kelowna where he’s lived the past 18 years. “I idolized my older brother Gary and he batted lefthanded. So I batted left.” His brothers began calling him Lefty. The nickname was really quite ridiculous because he did everything else right-handed. “When we played cowboys and Indians, they wanted a bad guy and Lefty was a good name for a bad guy. I guess I wanted the nickname.” For sure he did a few years later when a reporter called him at home, asking his brother if he could speak to his sister Lynn. “That one really got me,” Lefty remembers. “That really enforced the situation. It was like a boy named Sue. After a while my mom started calling me Lefty. She’s 97 now and she still calls me INSTANT Lefty.” REPLAY Lefty and a buddy would Len Corben hitchhike both firstname.lastname@example.org ways between Squamish and West Van in order to play with Coach Harvey Sedgwick’s Rough Riders in the GSL. “We were only 15 at the time, so we didn’t have a driver’s licence. That was the first year I played organized football. Ricky Hunter and I never missed a practice or a game. We hitchhiked to Horseshoe Bay and then Harvey would take us from there to Ambleside. It would be twice a week for practice. For game days, my folks drove us down. “We didn’t have a problem getting a ride. We weren’t waiting very long. Guys got to know us. They’d see us with our football gear. Lots of time we were getting a ride with the same people. After a while they’d say, ‘Oh, it’s you guys again, eh?’ All in all, it usually worked out to be an hour or an hour and a half. “We won the championship the year we played with the Rough Riders.” The following year was a difficult one however. Lefty ended up in Pearson Hospital for several months with pleurisy, being tested for TB and getting rheumatic fever around the
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same time as well. He was out of sports and behind in his schooling. He elected to transfer to West Van High for the 1961-62 school year, taking half Grade 12 and half senior matric (Grade 13) courses. It meant living in Vancouver with his grandmother and driving to school in an old Morris Oxford automobile he had. Each high school sport made its own eligibility rules in those days. He was ineligible for football but okay for basketball where he was a North Shore first all-star as the Highlanders won the Howe Sound tournament and went on to finish eighth in B.C. after losing their opening game to Victoria, the eventual champions. His teammates knew him as Lefty, but in the classroom he went by Al. He didn’t think teachers LEFTY IS ALRIGHT - Lefty would want to Hendrickson (above) played for call him by his the B.C. Lions from 1968-74. nickname but he Above: Lefty Hendrickson collection. didn’t want to Left: Len Corben collection. revert to Lynn, so he went by his middle name. fo followed in their dad’s If you check out fo footsteps, both playing the grad photos fo football at the University now in the upper Minneso and as offensive of Minnesota S d hall at West Van Secondary, you’ll find his picture above the name linemen in the CFL (Craig with Saskatchewan, Edmonton, B.C., A. Hendrickson. Winnipeg and Toronto from 1991-99 Since he couldn’t play school footand back with B.C. 2000-01; Scott ball, he played quarterback with with Saskatchewan from 1992-97 and the Junior Big Four League’s North B.C. 1998-2000). Shore Cougars, something he did for For a time they were teammates four years, a couple of seasons while with B.C., including 2000 when the attending the University of Oregon Lions won the Grey Cup, although during the rest of the year. This was Scott left the team 12 games into the at the same time season to begin a firefighting career. Harry Jerome was He lives in Tsawwassen and is starunning for Oregon. tioned in Kitsilano. Craig is lead “The reason I chose pastor at Living Hope, the Brooklyn Oregon was because First Free Methodist Church in New at that point they York, after six years pastoring in Los were one of the top Angeles. three universities for So, all in all, living the life of Lefty physical education has been pretty good. in the States. I also wanted to play basketThis is episode 438 from Len ball or football. I went down there as Corben’s treasure chest of stories – a walk-on.” the great events and the quirky – that He redshirted in 1964 and played bring to life the North Shore’s rich for the Ducks in the 1965, ’66 and sports history. ’67 seasons, the last two as the starting tight end. He was an honourable mention Pac 8 Conference selection one year. Lefty follows his alma mater’s football closely and has a tough decision coming up November 5. He has season tickets for Lions’ games and B.C. has a key final regular-season game with Montreal at B.C. Place that • Pre-approvals night. But Oregon, currently • Construction mortgages ranked seventh in U.S. col& major renos lege ball, plays the University of • Self employed Änancing Washington that same evening in • Switch your mortgage to RBC Seattle. After his football career was over, Lefty lived for almost 20 years in Manitoba where he had a Ford dealership in Brandon. RBC Mobile Mortgage Specialist The last seven years he’s been in sales with Falcon Railing Manufacturing in Kelowna. His sons, Craig and Scott
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The British Columbia Ferry Commission, the independent regulator of BC Ferries, has been mandated by the provincial government to review the Coastal Ferry Act and to make recommendations on potential changes to the Act which would better enable the commissioner to balance the ﬁnancial sustainability of the ferry operator and the interest of ferry users. The commissioner has been conducting public consultation meetings in coastal communities served by BC Ferries and is inviting additional input on a number of key issues described in a series of discussion papers. These issues will be considered by the commissioner during his review of the Act and deal with interests of ferry users, ﬁnancial sustainability objectives, the balance between the two, price cap regulation and cross-subsidization. Visit www.bcferrycommission. com/reports-press/whats-new/coastal-ferryact-review/ for copies of these discussion papers. Comments on these papers or any other issue relevant to the Coastal Ferry Act review can be e-mailed to email@example.com or mailed to BC Ferry Commission, RPO Hillside, Box 35119, Victoria BC, V8T 5G2. For further information on the review, please visit www.bcferrycommission. com. Deadline for comments or submissions is December 5, 2011.
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From the garden to the plate West Van authorâ€™s new cookbook pairs Vancouver or every season there is a different chef in West Vancouver writer Evaleen Jaager Royâ€™s tribute to the beauties of our gardens and the bounties of our restaurants. Her new book is called Four Chefs One Garden. For the readers who are gardeners, each section not only gives you practical advice on what will grow well that season, but she encourages her readers to slow down and, yes, smell the roses (summer), rhododendrons (spring), hibiscus (autumn), and hellebores (winter.) For the readers who are gourmands, she pairs each season with a chef who brings the flavours of the season to life: Michel Jacob of Le Crocodile (spring); Umberto Menghi of Il Giardino, Il Caminetto, Trattoria and Umbertoâ€™s (summer); Hidekazu Tojo of Tojoâ€™s (autumn); and Vikram Vij of Vijâ€™s and Rangoli (winter.) With winter solstice soon upon us â€“ and the hope it brings of longer days â€“ we turn to Vikram Vij to fill us with the warm glow of a wonderful dinner shared with family and friends.
Vij Familyâ€™s Chicken Curry â€œThis was the original chicken curry that my mom used to make in my apartment when I first opened Vijâ€™s in 1994 and didnâ€™t have the appropriate licences to cook in the newly acquired cafe. It is based on a family recipe.â€? Serves 6 2 3 3 2 2 1
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Dave Stevenson No website Resides: Horseshoe Bay Modeling some senior high school classes after a university tutorial setting might better prepare Dave Stevenson students for the transition to post secondary institutions, says incumbent trustee Dave Stevenson. He figures that move could free up teaching staff and put more resources into younger grades. â€œWe need to look at education in a different way,â€? says Stevenson. The biggest challenge facing the West Van School District, in Stevensonâ€™s opinion, is making sure the new senior administration has the support they need to keep education in West Van on the cutting edge. And from a financial standpoint thatâ€™s not easy, says Stevenson. â€œWe get hit with unexpected costs sometimes from Victoria,â€? he explains. â€œWe donâ€™t operate with a lot of extra money around.â€? Stevenson has spent 18 years as a trustee in West Van. He works with youth and families as a counsellor, is a part-time instructor at Douglas College and estimates that he has coached 40 sports teams in the West Van community.
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GUTTER Cleaning Service, Repairs Free Est, 20 yrs exp, Rain or shine. 7 days/week. Simon 604-230-0627 Professional Gutter & Window cleaning. Christmas Lights installs. Worksafe. Jeremy 778-384-3855
$10 MILLION AVAILABLE for Land Purchase/Development and Joint Ventures. Management Consulting and Business Plan services. Call 1-866-402-6464.
Families, Kids, Tots & Teens!!
WEED FREE Mushroom Manure 13 yards - $180 or Well Rotted 10 yds - $200. 604-856-8877
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✓ Do you Own a Car? ✓ Borrow up to $20000.00 ✓ No Credit Checks! ✓ Cash same day, local ofﬁce www.REALCARCASH.com
MOVING & STORAGE
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MONEYPROVIDER.COM. $500 Loan and +. No Credit Refused. Fast, Easy, 100% Secure. 1-877776-1660.
MOVIE EXTRAS !
AFFORDABLE MOVING VISION EXOTIK FLOORING INC.
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FLOOR REFINISHING/ INSTALLATIONS
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www.RENORITE.com Save your dollars! Bath, Kitchen, Suites & more. 604-451-0225, 778-317-1256
A PHONE DISCONNECTED? We Can Help. Best Rates. Speedy Connections. Great Long Distance. Everyone Approved. Call Today. 1877-852-1122. Protel Reconnect.
MOVING & STORAGE
1PRO MOVING & SHIPPING. We move - We ship - We recycle. Senior- Student Discount. 604-721-4555. ABBA MOVERS & DEL. Res/com 1-4 ton truck, 1 man $35/hr, 2 men from $45. Honest, bsmt clean up. 25 yrs of experience.604-506-7576 SPARTAN Moving Ltd. Fast & Reliable. Insured Competitive rates. Wknd Specials. Call Frank: (604) 435-8240
JUNK REMOVAL Recycled Earth Friendly • Electronics • Appliances • Old Furniture • Construction • Yard Waste • Concrete • Drywall • Junk • Rubbish • Mattresses
On Time, As Promised, Service Guaranteed!
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 Persian kittens reg. Snow Whites Silver.1st Shots. Ready to go. Health guar. $600: 604-538-1446.
MERCHANDISE FOR SALE 518
Haul Anything... But Dead Bodies!! 604.
Serving The Lower Mainland Since 1988 CHEAP LOADS Fast Reliable Service. All loads recycled. Minibins service avail. 604-922-5101
SAWMILLS from only $3997 MAKE MONEY & SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill - Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. FREE Info & DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT 1-800566-6899 Ext:400OT. 1-800-5666899.
BEST FIREWOOD 32nd Season & 37,000 Cust Deliv. Fully Seas. Maple, Birch, Alder 604-582-7095
2011 FunFinder 18’ travel trailer. Electric jacks, awning, stabilizers, slide-out, TV, microwave, sleeps 4. Too much to list! $20,395/obo. Call 604-521-6037.
Recently renovated 1 & 2 bdrooms avail. 1 Block from Lonsdale Quay. Dishwasher, fridge, stove, laundry facility, u/g parking, balcony. Includes heat & water. Elevator.
SCRAP CAR REMOVAL
AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Minimum $150 cash for full size vehicles, any cond. 604-518-3673
707 APARTMENT FURNISHED NORTH VANCOUVER. NEWLY renovated/Fully Furnished 1bd/1ba located on Lonsdale Avenue, Lower Lonsdale, close to schools and metro stations, short/long term stay. Utilities includes Electric, Gas, Heat, Water, On-site laundry, Parking. $575/mo utilities inclusive. email@example.com for pics and arrangement.
Autos • Trucks • Equipment Removal FREE TOWING 7 days/wk. We pay Up To $500 CA$H Rick Goodchild 604.551.9022 #1 FREE SCRAP VEHICLE REMOVAL ASK ABOUT $500 CREDIT $$$ PAID FOR SOME 604.683.2200
1966 CHEVY PICKUP, V8, 4 spd, blue & white, has collectors plates, $6500. 604-796-2866 (Agassiz)
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 The Scrapper
Need A Vehicle! Guaranteed Auto Loan. Apply Now, 1.877.680.1231
MATTRESSES staring at $99 • Twins • Fulls • Queens • Kings 100’s in stock! www.Direct Liquidation.ca (604)294-2331
LEIGHTON APT 130 East 11th Ave.
ENGLISH BULLDOG Puppies P/B,CKC,Reg’d microchip, vet chk, health guarantee, champ pedigree, parents onsite $2800. (604)462-7563 www.mcgregorsbulldogs.ca
CAN’T GET UP your stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help! No obligation consultation. Comprehensive warranty. Can be installed in less than 1 hour. Call now 1-866-981-6591.
MISC. FOR SALE
Can’t Get Up Your Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and get 10% off your new Stairlift! Call 1866-981-5991
FREE CASH BACK WITH $0 DOWN at Auto Credit Fast. Need a vehicle? Good or Bad credit call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599 www.autocreditfast.ca. DLN 30309. Free Delivery.
TRUCKS & VANS
1995 FORD 4X4, 5 speed, no rust, runs great, utility box. $1800. Call (604)869-3137 2000 FORD WINDSTAR VAN 7 Seater, AirCared until 2013, fully loaded, self-starter, back-up sensor, good cond, 163K, $3500. Call 604589-6444 or 778-580-6430.
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