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A fighter’s focus: After aggressive behaviour got him in trouble in school, 15-year-old Eli Rooyakkers learned to channel his anger in the kickboxing ring under the tutelage of Stephen Lapre – with positive results.  see page A27

Business group votes to adopt new name

W.R. chamber to give Surrey top billing Alex Browne Staff Reporter

The local chamber of commerce has adopted a name change – one its president acknowledges is a sign of the times. At a special general meeting this week, members of the White Rock and South Surrey Chamber of Commerce voted to re-order the communities in its name Jay Fettinger – to the South Surrey and White Rock chamber president Chamber of Commerce.

Chamber president Jay Fettinger said growth projections are in South Surrey, the change, subject to final approval too,” he said. of a petition to Ottawa, reflects South Fettinger acknowledged “a lot of Surrey members – parpeople have strong ticularly new members – ❝New businesses… feel emotional ties to White are in the majority in the they’re taking a backseat Rock” but said this is not organization. the case for many busito White Rock.❞ “In the grand scheme nesses coming to South of things and in our strategic planning Surrey’s rapidly expanding commercial sessions, it’s been evident for a long time centres such as Grandview Corners and that the bulk of our members – over 75 Morgan Crossing. per cent – are in South Surrey; and the “We’ve been finding it a little bit of a

hurdle for new businesses that they feel they’re taking a backseat to White Rock,” Fettinger said Wednesday, after members approved the change two days earlier. In announcing the decision, Fettinger said the name change is one element of a master strategic plan for the 700-member organization that includes relocating the chamber office, having the organization join the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and embarking on a  see page A4

Tragedy inspires family at grad time Tracy Holmes


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eresa Shannon watched the parade of Semiahmoo Secondary graduates with a mixture of emotions: from pride and excitement at the accomplishments of the students who were marking the end of a key chapter in their lives, to near-overwhelming grief. The 2½-hour ceremony, held June 2 at the Chandos Pattison Auditorium, was a “brutal” reminder of Brock Shannon yet another milestone missed her own son, Brock, won’t reach. Instead, at the request of Brock’s graduating friends, Shannon presented the first scholarship created in his memory. “These last couple of weeks have been very, very hard,” Shannon said Monday. “We really miss him. We feel so thankful and grateful that they still remember him... that he touched their lives.” Brock died three years ago, when he tried to stop his dad’s 1969 Camaro from rolling out of the family’s sloping driveway and across the road. He’d been waiting in the car to get a ride to a friend’s house when the vehicle was somehow knocked out of  see page A4

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Truck dumped on King George A tow truck rights a garbage truck on King George Boulevard Wednesday. The northbound truck, loaded with cardboard, rolled onto its side around 9:30 a.m., after it unsuccessfully swerved to avoid rear-ending a Toyota Camry that had stopped for a yellow light at the entrance to South Surrey Park & Ride. No one was injured, however, both vehicles had to be towed from the scene, and the truck driver was cited for following too closely.

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experience. The carriage houses and suites in singlefamily homes are often being rented out by the homeowner – often a young person with no experience as a landlord. There is keen competition for tenants – Housing Minister Rich Coleman noted in a recent speech that East Clayton’s many suites have actually brought rental rates down in the area. However, under such circumstances, it is possible to get a bad tenant. When that tenant is living in close proximity to many other people, trouble can erupt. In the past week, there have been two shootings in East Clayton. In the first one, a young woman was murdered on the street late at night, in what police call a domestic dispute. In the second, a man was shot when he answered the door of his home on Tuesday afternoon. This took place a short distance from a new elementary school. Surrey planners and crimeprevention specialists need to look closely at the social conditions within East Clayton, and think long and hard about whether carriage houses and unbridled rentals within standalone houses are the right way to build a new neighbourhood. Frank Bucholtz writes Fridays for the Peace Arch News. He is the editor of the Langley Times.

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he headline in a hours of the morning caused Vancouver daily neighbours to overreact, and a newspaper on Wednesday man was stabbed to death. stated “’Hood under siege.” Much of East Clayton is The “’hood” zoned to allow carriage Frank Bucholtz mentioned is the East houses. These are suites Clayton area of Surrey, built above garages. which was held up as Most of the new homes a paragon of planning now under construction virtue when first have them. proposed. Carriage houses and The City of Surrey garages are usually even won an award for attached to the main the innovative planning home with a common used in the area. wall, which means that As a longtime resident almost the entire lot is of Clayton (which covered by buildings. historically has included This means there is all the area between 64 almost no backyard, and 80 Avenues, east and it also means there of 176 Street to the Langley is not enough parking. border), I had some concerns Most homes also have when the East Clayton project basement suites. If there are was pushed through city hall. four, five or six working adults There is no question that living in what used to be known higher densities were necessary as a single-family home on a – the cost of land alone made very small lot, there will be a lot that imperative. The idea of of vehicles on the street. allowing more small businesses Parts of East Clayton have in homes, something that is been zoned for apartments and permitted in one area of East townhouses. In my view, this Clayton, is also a solid one. And type of building is much more it’s wonderful to have so much desirable. These developments shopping so close to home. allow for higher densities, but However, the densities within they come with amenities. East Clayton are starting to More trees can be preserved on cause some problems. a property, and there is more A murder in late March was room for kids to play. almost certainly related to the One of the intangible benefits close proximity of neighbours to of apartments and townhouses each other. A family celebration is that most rentals are arranged that went on into the early by people with significant






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Doo question dogs White Rock council Hannah Sutherland Staff Reporter

With 100 metric tons of dog waste produced in White Rock each year – and its disposal prohibited from garbage bins and landfills – city staff are being tasked with figuring out what to do with it. City environmental co-ordinator Marlene Fuhrmann – who based White Rock’s dog waste figure off the more than 800 dog licenses it sells annually – said this week the question of how to deal with dog excrement was raised at a recent

environment committee meeting. Dog feces is a “prohibited material” in Metro Vancouver disposal facilities, and garbage loads containing it are assessed a $50 minimum surcharge, plus the cost of removal, cleanup or remediation. While Metro Vancouver suggests solutions – such as flushing dog waste down the toilet, burying it in the garden, using it for a worm farm, hiring a company that offers yard collection or buying a composter – Furhmann said the options are limited to the household.

Furhmann questioned whether owners who take their dogs out would pick up waste, bring it in their cars and dispose of it at home. She also noted that some of the options, such as flushing, could have negative environmental impacts. “To have all this additional flushing and use of water to get rid of animal waste might put a strain on that resource,” she said. At its Monday meeting, council directed staff to prepare a report on potential environmental solutions for dog-waste disposal.

“I think it’s going to shock people because no one really knows what we’re supposed to do with it,” committee member Coun. Helen Fathers told Peace Arch News. Fathers noted members of the Semiahmoo First Nation have been present at the last couple of environment committee meetings. “They’re bringing up issues of all the dog feces on their land,” she said, referring specifically to Semiahmoo Park. “Everyone thinks the First Nation land is a dog park.” Fathers said the city could look at

setting up dog-waste disposal stations, while Fuhrmann said inspiration could be gleaned from other communities, such as in Spain, where pet sandboxes are located on block corners for dog use. Coun. Alan Campbell questioned whether the city is in a position to implement, finance and enforce dog-waste disposal. “I’m very concerned we bite off more than we can chew.” Fuhrmann noted the city is working with other municipalities to identify a solution.

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United nations White Rock Farmers’ Market was vibrating with dance and music Sunday, as Leslee Jane Picton, a fancy shawl powwow dancer, (left) catches the attention of passersby, and Shenall James, 9, (top) and Megan Hindmarch, 5, (above) of drum group Stars of The North sing songs that retell stories of their elders.

Trial adjourned for judge to rule on breathalyzer evidence

‘Bad faith’ shown by officers: defence counsel Tracy Holmes Staff Reporter

The lawyer representing Carol Berner against impaired-driving charges says evidence presented by the officer who arrested her was “tainted by the obvious pressure and coaching of senior officers at Delta police.” That, along with procedural errors made by Const. Sarah Swallow the day four-yearold Alexa Middelaer was struck and killed at the side of a Ladner road, will bring the administration of justice into disrepute if it is admitted into the proceedings, David Tarnow told court Wednesday. Prosecutor Kim Wendel disagreed, arguing that excluding evidence Berner was impaired that day would be a disservice to society. Societal interest “favours its admission,” Wendel told Judge Peder Gulbransen. Gulbransen adjourned court until Monday to consider the evidence’s admissibility in Surrey Provincial Court. A decision to disallow it would reduce the likelihood of an impaired-driving conviction. Berner is facing multiple charges of impaired driving causing death and bodily harm and dangerous driving causing death and bodily harm in connection with the May 17, 2008 crash that killed Alexa, daughter of Southridge School principal Laurel Middelaer.

The crash also seriously injured Alexa’s aunt, Daphne Johanson. Berner has admitted to driving the car that caused Alexa’s death and Johanson’s injuries. In arguing to exclude evidence that Berner was impaired, Tarnow told Gulbransen points of Swal- Alexa Middelaer victim low’s testimony – including that the officer had placed Berner in the back of her police car because she thought the air conditioning would make Berner more comfortable – appear nowhere in the officer’s notes from that day. As well, notes from meetings with senior officers in June and September 2008 regarding the “high-profile” case further suggest the constable’s testimony was influenced, he said. “This demonstrates that others have had a hand in the preparation of her evidence,” Tarnow said. “The good faith of the case is trumped by the bad faith of Const. Swallow and her superiors.” Tarnow wants the results of Berner’s failed roadside blood-alcohol test excluded, along with statements she reportedly made to Swallow in the 31 minutes that Berner spent

in the police car. Berner was not told of her right to remain silent or her right to seek legal counsel before she answered Swallow’s question regarding alcohol consumption, Tarnow said, noting Swallow relied solely on that statement to justify the test. David Tarnow “The statement was made defence attorney subsequent to numerous serious breaches of Ms. Berner’s Charter rights,” Tarnow said. Given that Swallow testified she didn’t smell alcohol on Berner or notice her have any difficulty walking or providing requested documents, Tarnow said, “there was no reasonable suspicion for Const. Swallow to provide the approved screening-device demand.” Tarnow argued his client was “unlawfully detained” when Swallow placed Berner in the police car. The detention was “crystalized” when Swallow escorted Berner to the car with a hand on her back, he said. Berner was never told she could leave and never told she did not have to comply, Tarnow said. “The evidence supports Ms. Berner’s contention that a reasonable person in her position... would conclude that her right to

choose how to act had been removed.” Wendel disputed Tarnow’s submissions, arguing Swallow was a credible witness whose evidence was collected in good faith and to the best of the officer’s ability. Berner was not legally detained until she told Swallow she’d had two glasses of wine at home earlier that day, Wendel said. Wendel noted Swallow testified she believed it was “safe and prudent” to place Berner in her police car and that it was Swallow’s impression at the time that Berner was agreeable. There is no evidence Berner knew she couldn’t get out of the car, she added. Swallow’s testimony regarding comments Berner made to the doctor who examined her at the hospital – in Swallow’s presence, after she’d been read her rights – should also be admissible, Wendel noted. While Berner had the right to remain silent with Swallow, she had to answer the doctor’s questions, Gulbransen commented. The judge suggested to Wendel that Swallow, by being in the examination room with Berner, even though she didn’t engage in the conversation, obtained information she otherwise wouldn’t have. “Is (Swallow) getting information through the back door, information that she couldn’t get through the front door?” he asked.


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Brock celebrated through tradition  from page A1 gear and rolled across the street, dragging Brock with it. “He jumped out to try to stop the car,” Shannon said. “He slid... and he fell and it crushed him.” While Brock’s dad, Kelly, and older brother, Riley, pushed the car off, Shannon pulled her son out from under the Camaro, then set the car’s emergency brake. As Riley held his hand, Shannon and her neighbour rubbed the teen’s feet, telling the 15-year-old to hang in, help is coming. But nothing could be done. Brock had died almost instantly. “Riley took me up to the house and said, ‘You better pray, pray like you’ve never prayed before.’ And then Kelly came up to me and said, ‘He’s gone.’” Shannon described her son as an impulsive teen who needed to be kept busy. At the same time, he had a good sense of humour,

a mischievous side and a special connection with his younger sister, Darby, who is autistic. He was also a strong contributor to the family, always helping without having to be asked, she said. In the three years since he died, the pain hasn’t gone away, but it has eased, Shannon said. The family determined to get through by forcing themselves to find the joy in life, and traditions old and new have been an integral part of the journey. They still travel to the Shuswap every year. It’s where Brock loved to cliff-dive off Copper Island and fish with his dad, Shannon said. His parents, brother and sister also still go out for dinner on his birthday, and they return to his favorite snowboarding destination, Sun Peaks. They also visit East Beach, one of Brock’s favourite local hangouts, where a boulder engraved with ‘Brock’s Rock’

and other tributes were placed in memory of the teen. Support from family, friends and community also helped them move forward, and Shannon hopes all who played a role know how much it is appreciated. The scholarship awarded last week in Brock’s name – $500 from the school’s dry-grad committee matched with $500 from the family – is another tradition. It is to be presented annually to a student who is headed for a more hands-on career, said Shannon. Like Brock, students who receive the award may also have had a rough start in high school, she added, noting Brock proved he could go the distance if he really wanted to, finishing Grade 9 through home-schooling. “A lot of teenagers go down that (troubled) road before they find their way,” Shannon said. “He was a nice kid.”

Chamber now a ‘voice in Victoria’  from page A1 major rebranding and marketing program. Fettinger said he would be happy to talk to “all members and all non-members” about the changes. He noted that now having the local group in the B.C. chamber

– “for the first time in 72 years in existence” – gives the organization an additional political edge in promoting business, economic growth and tourism. “We’ve been made aware that we’ve been at a disadvantage in the past by not having a voice in

Victoria,” he said. The local chamber’s presence in the larger organization is already being felt through upcoming resolutions it has originated, Fettinger said – including one arguing for elimination of the Capital Gains Tax.

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he images of oil-covered pelicans flopping around on deserted Louisiana beaches are heartbreaking. The numbers surrounding the oil rig disaster in the Gulf of Mexico are frightening; 5,000 barrels of thick, poisonous crude gushing unfettered into fishing beds and holiday beaches for the past 50 days, hundreds of thousands of metres of absorbent booms deployed to try to contain the slick, millions of litres of toxic dispersant chemicals poured into the water to try to break up the viscous goo. And anyone – including those who call the Semiahmoo Peninsula home – who believes they won’t be affected or shouldn’t shoulder some of the blame for this environmental catastrophe is fooling themselves. Government officials and oil executives talk bravely about the amount of money they’re willing to spend to “make it right.” But the toll of the disaster defies the debit column on a ledger sheet. How do you put a price on the death of a pelican? How do you quantify the tourists who won’t vacation on Gulf beaches? How do you accurately account for the lost livelihoods from fisheries that will likely be closed for years to come? It’s easy to blame the oil company, British Petroleum, whose rig blew up, severing the pipe from which the oil is gushing. It’s easy to cast a stink eye to regulators who often succumb to industry pressure and assurances they can police themselves. It’s easy to denounce governments so hungry for huge tax revenues generated by oil exploration and drilling they often ignore the warnings of environmentalists. But we must all shoulder some of the blame. For the ongoing disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. For the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska in 1989. Even for the mysterious “leak” that sullied a stretch of the Burrard Inlet shore below the Chevron refinery in Burnaby. North Americans are responsible for onequarter of the world’s daily oil consumption. And despite years of warnings that this finite resource is running out, our consumption continues to increase by two per cent a year. Until we come to grips with those numbers, and work seriously to reverse them, we’ll continue to compel oil companies to put our environment at risk to sate our thirst for crude.


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That co-worker sniffling and blowing une is the month I consider moving to Antarctica each year. her nose all through a meeting? It wouldn’t be so bad, Allergies. That red-eyed guy who looks really, the ice, the snow and the Chris Bryan like he smoked a doobie on his long, dark days. lunch break? I’d just sleep, find a good nightlight and maybe read some Well, maybe he did. books. In February, a man came by my house to give a quote on a That’s because in June, that’s paint job. He was big and toughall I want to do here. looking, with a suped-up pickup People who have hay fever may understand what I’m that had flames on the sides. But as he wrote up the quote, he talking about. looked like he was going to cry. For others, April may be the “Allergies,” he said, speaking cruelest month, or maybe July. But for me, as soon as through his nose. “I’m going to those cottonwood fluffs start get my Actifed right after I leave here.” cascading from the trees, and So what can us genetically piling in drifts next to curbs, flawed folks do? Pills help. Some opt for it’s game over. The eyes burn, the nose drips, the ears plug up and everything shots. itches in a way that no scratch can And then there’s prevention, which works best if you are the kind of person satisfy. who was wiping doorknobs with It’s the Month of Misery. antibacterial wipes during last year’s Apparently it’s not the fluff ’s fault – those are seeds, not pollen – though it swine flu scare. feels as though the stuff is floating on An article on prevention measures appeared in the Vancouver Sun last the wind and collecting inside my head month, telling people not to stop like cotton candy. People say this year has been worse enjoying themselves because of Mother than usual – perhaps due to the warm Nature’s sick seasonal serenade. Suggestions included keeping your winter and spring. doors and windows closed – especially Those people crying for no reason at on hot days. (It will be so hot you won’t parties? Allergies.

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Trains keep us Patients need in the black quality control Editor: Welcome to the coal-dust hillside of White Rock. We are getting three coal trains a week heading from the U.S. to Roberts Bank. The coal is sprayed at the source with a retardant material to avoid loss of coal. However, when the empty cars – 120-125 per train – head back to the U.S. from Roberts Bank, the coal dust swirls up and out of the cars. The breezes or wind carries the dust up the hillside. Decks, awnings, rails, chairs and vehicles are now getting a coating of coal dust which, in some cases, is difficult to dislodge. Looks like the coal trains are here to stay – so happy cleaning, folks. Jim Boyes, White Rock

Civic tax grab sneaks through Editor: With anti-HST feelings and preoccupation running high, our 2010 property tax notices perhaps will get less scrutiny than in other years, so here is a wake-up call. My tax notice arrived from the City of Surrey together with the Tax Matters brochure in which the mayor proclaims our “strong financial shape with no debt and a healthy reserve of funds.” Then, in another section, it declares a general property tax increase of approximately $50 for a single-family residence on an average assessed value of $531,813. That’s great, I thought. My home was assessed lower, so the most I’ll see is a $50 increase, possibly less. Then I looked at my tax-notice numbers and – surprise – my total taxes are up $368, or 16 per cent from last year, after a modest 5½ per cent increase in assessed value. I phoned the Surrey tax people and was straightened out in my foolish interpretation of what was written. General property tax increase does not mean taxes in general, but refers only to the line item “general” – the basic fund of Surrey’s budget. Having then heard the department was inundated with calls over the same misunderstanding, I went on to question other line items: rates for “general” is up eight per cent, “roads and traffic safety” up 61 per cent, “garbage and recycling” up 14 per cent, while all other non-municipal tax rates are up only 3-4 per cent. The staff person I spoke to had no explanation other than “that’s how it is.” How is it that a fast-growing city, with a massively growing population and commerce, cannot decrease the tax rate or at least hold the line? Are we paying for growth, instead of better services? Payback for turning King George Highway into King George Boulevard? Don’t let this tax grab sneak in unnoticed and unprotested. George Zador, Surrey

An open letter to health minister Kevin Falcon. On Thursday, April 22 at 1:30 p.m., I had to go to the Peace Arch Hospital emergency department with internal bleeding. I registered at the front desk. With the papers, the clerk sent me down the hall to where the minor patient care unit is. I put my papers into the designated slot. I sat in a drafty hallway and waited and waited. Finally, a fine young doctor came to me around 5 p.m. and apologized for the delay. He ordered an X-ray; it was done at 6. The doctor came back at 6:30 and advised me to come back the following day for a CT scan. My wife and I left the minor patient care at 7. Total waiting time: 5½ hours. Friday, April 23, 10:30 a.m., my wife and I reported to Peace Arch X-ray department to register for my CT scan. They started the preparation on time as they said, 10:45 a.m., and I had the scan done at 12:15 p.m. From the CT scan area, I had to go back to the emergency admitting department to re-register, as the day before, and with the papers back to the minor treatment unit. I put my papers into the same slot as the day before and sat and waited, hoping someone would come and tell me the test result so my wife and I could finally go home. The same doctor came back at 6, and told me he called the

surgeon and he’d be seeing me in 30 minutes. However, at 6:30 the surgeon called the OR and said he could not see me. My wife and I left the emergency department, minor treatment unit at 7. Total waiting time: 8½ hours. This is what you call quality patient care? If you do, then perhaps you should go back to school, because you do not know what the word “quality” means. I wish I could have the power to bring you in there to sit in that drafty hallway 8½ hours without food or water, when you are over 80 years old like we are. If this is quality care, then God help the residents of B.C. M. O’Grady, White Rock

…and not to ignore Hiebert Editor: Re: MP defends expense ranking as family matter, May 26, et al. Time to look at the reasons MP Russ Hiebert was chosen to represent us in Ottawa. Russ represents honesty in the full sense of the word; his personal work ethics are high and his commitment to work hard for his constituents is unfailing. There is no mistaking his dedicated work for us. His work day in Ottawa starts early, and is often not finished until late in the evening. In this day, where family commitment is being fragmented, I deeply admire Russ’ determination to keep his family at his side when his schedule requires

him to be in Ottawa. From my observation, dedication to his family is another example of the qualities of strength and commitment Russ brings as our MP. What an example to the whole country! Taking a long, hard look at the big picture, we have a man that exemplifies integrity in his commitment to his family, his job, our community and our nation. D. Lowry, Surrey Q An open letter to Russ Hiebert. I was a supporting constituent until I read your comments about travel expenses and the need to take Andrea and the kids at taxpayer expense. I have worked almost 40 years in many organizations as a senior manager and as a consultant to many government organizations. I have never heard a single case of staff taking their spouse and/or kids on a business trip unless they pay the additional cost. I thought you represented the views of the people that worked for you, supported you and voted for you. You betrayed us. You’re a chameleon who professes to follow conservative and fiscally responsible policies. Instead, you are arrogant, free spending and feeding at the public trough that I and others work to fill. Leave the party and let a real conservative fill the MP position. Once you get another job, you will learn you can’t take the wife and kids on trips without paying the cost. I have to go now, get back to work and pay taxes to pay for your family’s travel. Rick Taylor, Surrey

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Motorists have no claim to road ownership over cyclists, say two letter writers responding to a PAN editorial.

We know who really owns the road Editor: Re: Bike safety is two-way street, June 4 editorial. I am a longtime advocate of commuter cycling, although I am unable to do so in my current job. There seems to be a big misunderstanding about cycling and road taxes. Please correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe that taxes to build and maintain roads come from property taxes paid to the municipality. Is road building not done by local municipalities? If yes, then all road users pay taxes for roads – provided they are not living on the street. Whether you own a home or rent your residence, you are contributing to property taxes and thus to road building and maintenance. I don’t believe road building is paid for out of a gas tax or any other hidden taxes on cars – i.e. ICBC is, in large, a tax paid to the feds. Therefore cyclists pay taxes on roads just as much as

car drivers and have equal right to be there. So often on the radio and on the Internet I hear rants along the lines of “cyclists don’t pay taxes so shouldn’t be on the road.” Thank you, keep up the good work. Kim St. Pierre, Surrey Q Motorists say the road belongs to them. In or around the turn of the last century, a French blacksmith repaired his daughter’s broken scooter and installed pedals. This created the first bicycle. Cycling became a raging public activity. Clubs were formed and members demanded better roads. When automobiles came along, there were many improved roads to drive on. Do not the roads truly belong to bicycles? Terence William Miller, Surrey

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The 2010 property tax notices have now been mailed. If you have not received your tax notice, please contact the Finance Department at White Rock City Hall at (604) 541-2107 as soon as possible. If you are a new homeowner, please note that you are responsible for payment of 2010 property taxes before the due date to avoid penalty. All property owners are responsible for payment of property taxes regardless of whether or not a tax notice is received. How to Pay Property taxes and Home Owner Grant applications* are due on or before July 2, 2010. Payments can be made in one of three ways: Through your bank Pay your taxes online or by phone using your financial institution’s electronic bill payment system. Use “City of White Rock” as the payee and enter your nine-digit property tax roll number as your account number. You can also pay in person at your branch. By mail Save time. Send a postdated cheque and your completed Home Owner Grant application* to City Hall by mail. Please ensure your envelope is postmarked no later than July 2, 2010 to avoid penalty. At City Hall Pay with cash, cheque or debit card during regular office hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday) or use the convenient mail drop at the front entrance. Please note that City Hall will be closed Thursday, July 1. *Claim your Home Owner Grant Online You can claim your Home Owner Grant online through the City’s website. You will need your nine-digit property tax roll number and your access code from the top right corner of your tax notice. Note that Home Owner Grant applications are due on or before July 2, 2010. If you’re late paying A 5% penalty will be added to any 2010 property taxes remaining unpaid after July 2, 2010. A further 5% will be added to taxes unpaid after August 15, 2010. Unclaimed Home Owner Grants are considered unpaid taxes and also subject to penalty.

1325 / 1333 Winter Street and 15133 / 15141 Roper Avenue The City of White Rock has received an application for a Rezoning and Development Permit to permit the development of a 3 storey, 27 unit apartment building at 1325 / 1333 Winter Street and 15133 / 15141 Roper Avenue The development proposal is as follows: Proposed Rezoning from RS-1, One-Unit Residential Zone to RM-2, Medium Density Apartment Residential Zone; and Major Development Permit (DP) A Developer Information Meeting will be held at the White Rock Library located at 15342 Buena Vista Avenue, White Rock BC, on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 between 6:30pm and 8:00pm concerning this application. The meeting will be in an open house format with display boards outlining the details of the proposal. The project team will also be available to answer questions. For more information, please contact Chris Rowland, Listraor, at 604.266.5751 or

ANNUAL REPORT The 2009 Annual Report is now available. Copies are available for download from the City website or at City Hall. The public meeting and opportunity for the public to comment on the information will be Monday, June 28, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall in the Council Chambers.

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STEERING COMMITTEE NEEDED In 2007, The City of White Rock undertook a study to define and develop its brand image. This study included background information, focus groups and a detailed analysis of the City and its image. A steering committee comprised of interested White Rock residents, community and business leaders is now needed to review the study, its recommendations and bring Council a fresh perspective on the issue. This is your opportunity to volunteer to help shape White Rock’s image. To be considered for the committee, please submit a cover letter and resume outlining your interest in the project to

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The judge said Hawboldt used her role to improperly assist A B.C. Supreme Court judge police in their investigation of has ruled that James Bacon’s Bacon, an Abbotsford resident rights were violated when who is charged in the Surrey Six the warden of Surrey Pretrial slayings. Services Centre McEwan said she also placed him in solitary “repeatedly breached confinement and her duty of procedural made other decisions fairness and natural restricting his privileges. justice” by not allowing Justice Mark McEwan Bacon a hearing issued his ruling or other avenue to Wednesday in the civil challenge the decisions. case, saying that warden The case stems from Debbie Hawboldt made complaints by Bacon errors in her supervision James Bacon on his living conditions of Bacon. McEwan while at Surrey Pretrial, said these included starting in April 2009. placing Bacon in segregation, In his first cell, he was monitoring his mail, passing the confined 23 hours a day to a correspondence to police and windowless cell. His bed was denying him phone access. a concrete slab with a vinyl“These impositions collectively covered foam mat. He had one amount to cruel and unusual sheet and a thin blanket, but was treatment,” McEwan wrote in his not allowed a pillow. judgment. He was not permitted to speak Vikki Hopes Black Press

to anyone on the phone except his legal counsel. Bacon’s first affidavit, sworn in September, was answered by an affidavit from deputy warden Steve Phillips, who included a letter from Supt. John Robin of the RCMP’s Integrated Homicide Investigation Team. Robin said introducing Bacon to the general population would “open unrestricted conduits for him to send and receive information through other inmates.” “Bacon has shown that he is keeping track of potential witnesses or people who have information which could be harmful to him,” Robin said. McEwan ruled that if Bacon is not found “on proper grounds” to be suitable for placement among the general inmate population, he must be placed with inmates who are not at risk from, or a risk to, him.

Teacher identified as crash victim A man found dead in his car on Colebrook Road this week has been identified as an extremely popular Surrey teacher. Gary Kang, a 40-year-old shop teacher at Princess Margaret Secondary, was found after a singlevehicle crash into a ditch just east of 152 Street on Tuesday morning. Surrey RCMP do not suspect foul play.

A huge outpouring of grief from students and friends took place the next day on a 1,000-member Facebook site set up in his memory. “Mr. Kang was an awesome teacher and a down to earth human being, and he was too young to go and leave all those unfortunate students at PM who will never be able to embrace his presence and learn from such

an amazing individual. R.I.P Mr. Kang we love you dearly,” wrote Dimme Piecce. His impact apparently went well beyond the classroom. “I was blessed to have Mr. Kang as a teacher, and then a friend out of school. My condolences to the family,” wrote Aneil Djintense Kainth. “I feel for the students who will not have a chance to have this great man teach them.”

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City to match retail funds Hannah Sutherland Staff Reporter

In an effort to establish a longterm vision for White Rock’s commercial areas, the city plans to pitch in up to $20,000 for a business needs and priorities assessment. Council approved the funding – which will come out of the economic reserve and be matched by the White Rock Business Improvement Association – at its Monday meeting, subject to the approval of a grant from the BC Real Estate Foundation. According to a report, staff based the funding formula off a 50 per cent contribution from the real estate foundation, with the total cost of the project being $80,000. The report cited key components that should be included in the study, such as targeting

the upper and lower town centre the assessment would pinpoint what the city needs in its and East and West Beach as four distinct commer“business mix” in order cial areas; identifying to make it stronger. “It’s all part of our plan opportunities and limitations for retail, office, for sustainability and economic development accommodation and service commercial uses in for the city,” she said. each area; and reviewing “Recognizing we need parking in the four areas, to have a strong plan in with added emphasis on place, these are the steps waterfront pay parking, ❝These are we are taking. leading to a long-term the building “These are the building blocks to position parking business plan. blocks to The purpose of the the city in a strong ecoposition study would also be to nomic light.” the city in Ferguson said she is identify the target market and long-term redevelopoptimistic about receiva strong ment and revitalization ing the real estate founeconomic for the four areas, as well dation grant. light.❞ as make recommendaIf the funding isn’t tions on form and char- Catherine Ferguson approved, she said counMayor cil will have to decide acter for future development and revitalization. whether to still go ahead Mayor Catherine Ferguson said with the initiative.

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Kayli Filsinger helps African children receive an education

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veryone at the African school where Kayli Filsinger taught until last weekend receives a second chance at an education. Some of the Semiahmoo Secondary grad’s students had been away from the classroom for extensive periods of time, such as one boy who was forced to leave after being in a horrific car accident, and another who stopped attending to care for his ill mother. Some were simply considered troublemakers in their youth, expelled from the public school system. Although the stories of the 16 students at Naledi Education Centre in Botswana were as varied as their ages – ranging from 16 to 31 – they were all learning from Filsinger for the same reason. They wanted to pass Grade 7 and receive their certificates in order to either move on to high school or work, as most jobs in Botswana consider the document a minimum requirement. Filsinger, who has been studying human kinetics at the University of Guelph in Ontario, arrived in the African country at the end of April for a six-week volunteer placement. The 21-yearold stayed in a house in

Gaborone with a group of other university students, where – due to a shortage of power in the city – they experienced an outage at least once a week. Although Filsinger has taught human anatomy to high school and college groups, the Bostwana trip was her first time in a formal classroom setting. The biggest challenge was communication, as the students spoke Setswana, and English was difficult for some to understand. Luckily, one of Filsinger’s pupils spoke English well, and translated while the other students grew accustomed to her accent. After the first five weeks, she noted a significant improvement in their abilities. “Students (whom) I did not think could speak any English at the start are now comfortable to have a conversation,” she said last month via email while still in Botswana. “I think a big challenge with the language is that they understand but are not confident in their speaking ability. “By encouraging them to talk in English in the classroom, they are becoming much more confident.” Language isn’t the only difference between the African school and Filsinger’s alma

Above, three of the children who will live in the house Kayli Filsinger helped build; right, Filsinger with fellow teachers at the Naledi Education Centre; left, Filsinger with the school’s principal, Mma Phama. maters. In the mornings, after gathering to sing and pray, students at Naledi Education Centre sweep the classrooms, polish the floors and clean the grounds. “The philosophy is that learning occurs best in a clean environment.” Imparting knowledge was just one of the impacts Filsinger had on the community – she also left a physical mark in the form of a house she helped build for a family. The group she travelled with raised $7,500 for the construction, and spent six days doing physical labour, such as digging trenches. “It was hard work, but the eight of us, with the help of the three professional builders and the family, were able to accomplish a lot in a very short amount of time.” Filsinger said the receiving family was onsite for the entire process, and lent a hand whenever they could. “The children are beautiful,” she said. “They love to play in the piles of dirt we

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Teens team up for literacy A trio of Earl Marriott Secondary students is leading an effort to boost literacy levels in Guyana. For Katherine Singh, Matthew Cumblidge and Shyrie Maharaj, their book drive – Give For Guyana – started as a final project for their social justice class. It turned into a passion to give children in a less fortunate community something they have always taken for granted – the chance to learn to read. “We may have started the drive because it was part of our school requirement, but the reason that we’re seeing it through is not. The issue of illiteracy touched all three of our hearts,” Maharaj said in a press release. According to the teens’ research, Guyana has much to offer in terms of natural beauty, including one of the largest unspoiled rainforests in South America. But when it comes to literacy, it falls far behind. Eleven per cent of youth in Guyana are illiterate, and many teachers are

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Shyrie Maharaj (left), White Rock Millenium Rotary Club’s Jack Boyce, Matt Cumblidge and Katherine Singh are leading a book drive for youth in Guyana. barely able to read themselves, Maharaj said. For Maharaj and Cumblidge, the idea that children are unable to immerse themselves in the many worlds that books open doors to is unacceptable. For Singh, the drive is also

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A South Surrey man known for his passion for the salmon fishery is recovering from serious injuries, following a crash last month on Horse Lake Road near 100 Mile House. Bob Oswald is still in significant pain as a result of the May 27 crash, in which he broke numerous bones. But the senior is expected to recover, his son, Scott, said Tuesday. “He’s in a lot of pain and he’s struggling, but he’s seemingly out of danger. “He’s a tough little nut.” Oswald, 79, is well-known on the Semiahoo Peninsula for his dedication to the salmon fishery. He is one of the longest-serving volunteers at the Little Campbell Hatchery and was a founding member of the Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club. Late 2008, in recognition of Oswald’s passion for the resource and educating others about it, the Freshwater Fisheries Society declared him a “fisheries treasure.” In an interview with the Peace Arch News shortly after, he shrugged off the title, describing himself as “just an ordinary guy... that’s interested in the resource.” Scott said it’s unclear how long his dad’s road to recovery will be. He noted this isn’t the first time

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Bob Oswald is recovering in hospital after a crash last month. the “ordinary guy” has faced – and overcome – such a sizable obstacle. In 2007, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneropathy – a rare autoimmune disorder – rendered Oswald helpless for months, six of which he spent in hospital. During his illness, Oswald stayed as involved in the hatchery as the condition would allow, and all indications are things will be no different this time around, Scott said. “I’ve seen it in him… he’s got that look in his eye,” he said. Based on reports immediately following the crash, the hatchery’s Ron Meadley agreed. “When I heard about it, the information came back to me

that he was awake, conscious and worried that the message got through to have somebody at the club to pick up some fish food,” Meadley said. And while Oswald’s absence since the crash has been a noticeable one, things at the hatchery continue to run smoothly, in large part due to the role Oswald has played for so many years. “From a management point of view, everything carries on because it’s well-organized,” he said. “But we know Bob’s there.” Oswald is recovering at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops. Anyone wishing to send getwell cards or notes may send them to the Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club, at 1284 184 St.

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Racing for a cure A White Rock team competing against more than 400 others in last weekend’s The Rush: Race and Urban Scavenger Hunt placed third, finishing the course in just over three hours. Candace Jones and Marques Willey took part June 5 in the six-hour event – BC Lung Association’s newest fundraiser – completing the 10 required checkpoint challenges located around Vancouver. The duo could only travel by foot or public transit, and was armed with transit schedules and iPhones to navigate

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Zero waste: Fantasy or future? tion plan is both serious and aggressive. It aims to boost the pponents of a proposed recycling rate from 55 per cent new garbage incinerator now to a minimum 70 per cent for the Lower Mainland by 2015. Much of the gains are are championing an elegant, to be achieved by diverting more green alternative: stop generat- wood waste, and collecting food ing as much garbage in leftovers and other the first place. organics to turn into Campaigners in the compost or biofuel. zero waste movement Success will depend say Metro Vancouver’s on more cities adoptdraft solid waste maning food waste curbside agement plan doesn’t pickup, and residents put enough emphasis getting over the “ick” on waste reduction and factor of separating recycling. kitchen scraps, storing Get serious about them and then putting that, they argue, and them at the curb. the region could slash The plan also hinges the waste stream and on pulling much avoid the need to build more paper and cardeither a new waste-toboard out of the garenergy plant or sign on bage stream. Both are A Black Press to an expanded Cache already banned but special series Creek landfill. a whopping 305,000 examines At the same time, tonnes a year still finds the issues we’d turn garbage into its way into the garneeded resources, cre- surrounding the bage. ate green jobs in new region’s waste Even if such measures management industries and reduce succeed in diverting an greenhouse gas emisextra 600,000 tonnes plans sions. of mainly wood, food Is it too good to be and organics per year, true? Metro projects it will still need “I don’t think it’s a fantasy,” says more new capacity to dispose Monica Kosmak, a waste policy of more than a million tonnes consultant who formerly worked of remaining waste in 2015, an for Metro. “It’s certainly possible. amount it expects to continue to You set the target and you go climb as the Lower Mainland’s for it.” population grows by 50 per cent Metro contends its trash reduc- over the next three decades.

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That remaining garbage would exceed the combined capacity of the Vancouver Landfill in Burns Bog and the existing Burnaby incinerator, making an extra outlet necessary. To Kosmak, Metro’s math seems to favour a new incinerator. “It appears to me the target is to stop at 70 per cent and then build incinerators,” she said, adding supplemental targets should be drawn up to go to 80 per cent by 2020 and then 90 per cent by 2030. She says plenty of tools are available to cut waste further. Pay-as-you-throw pickup, in use in Vancouver and Seattle, makes residents pay for collection based on the size of the can they choose. Much tougher enforcement is needed to block the dumping of banned waste, Kosmak added. That is part of the plan, although Metro officials don’t envision anything as intrusive as the can-opening, bag-probing garbage inspectors deployed in jurisdictions like San Francisco. Options could include info-tagging bags or cans with banned waste, or assessing fines. New disposal bans are also likely to block dumping of wood and, eventually, organic waste.

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Recycling rates in multi-family buildings need improvement  from page A15 it’s a blended average – the high recycling rate of the demolition/ construction sector (76 per cent) actually pulls up poorer performance of residents. Single-family homes currently recycle 44 per cent of their garbage. But in multi-family buildings, where space is tight and garbage sins are anonymized by a common dumpster, the rate plummets to 16 per cent. That must improve if Metro is to reach its target. The region already has one big waste-reduction advantage. B.C.’s product stewardship programs are the envy of most of the recycling world. The much-lauded takeback programs, most funded by deposits or eco-fees, make industry collect beverage containers, used tires, unwanted paint, pesticides, used oil and, most recently, electronic waste like computers and TVs. Even so, perfection is elusive. Encorp captures 77 per cent of beverage containers for recycling, but 230 million a year elude the blue boxes. Plastic bottles are ground into pellets at a plant on Annacis Island, but 20 per cent ends up as residue

waste,” she said. The provincial government is poised to expand the e-waste takeback to include cellphones, cameras, small appliances, lighting, toys and sports gear. By mid-2012, virtually anything with an electric cord or battery is to be covered. Consumers will likely pay more eco-fees on a broader range of new products.

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What would something approaching a zero-waste society look like? Spiegelman sees a world far removed from the “hyper-commercial” lifestyle that so far prevails. She envisions “discard malls” – reuse centres where people will swap used good instead of buying new – along with new green recycling industries. “You’ll see a lot more spent on stewardship of things we own, rather than just consumption and disposal,” she said. “You’ll see repair shops. People having their favourite shoes repaired and maintained. It means no longer throwing something away.” It amounts to a seismic shift in consumer behaviour. “Our children are not going to be able to do what we did. We

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hile Andrew Molson has visited his uncle’s Ocean Park home countless times throughout his life, never has there been a reception quite like last weekend’s. When he pulled into the familiar driveway Saturday, he was met by his uncle, Peter Hawkins, and a bagpiper. Tears came to Hawkins’ eyes as he embraced his nephew for the first time since the 23-yearold left for Afghanistan nine months ago. The piper then began playing, as Molson walked through the carport and into the backyard, where around 20 family members and friends clapped to his arrival. “It was just to say, ‘Hey, you’re back, we love you and good job,’” Hawkins said of the afternoon barbecue. Molson, a Surrey resident, ❝It strikes home been a reservist for five because it’s one had years before leaving Oct. 16 of your family... for Afghanistan, where he cleared roadways with the fighting in a foreign land.❞ Expedient Route-Opening Capability (EROC) system. Peter Hawkins Although he believed in soldier’s uncle the mission, it was still hard to be away from family, including his uncle and aunt, Margaux Molson, who he kept in touch with through email. “It was very difficult, but I had a lot of support

back home and everyone believed in me.” Hawkins – whose father was killed at 21 years old, during the Second World War – said he had trouble watching news reports of wounded or deceased soldiers in Afghanistan. “Most of those Canadians that are lost, they’re (Molson’s) age; it’s such a great loss,” he said. “It strikes home because it’s one of your family, my nephew going off to war, fighting in a foreign land.” After returning from duty May 24, Molson made a point to visit his uncle’s home, where he spent time every summer while growing up. “I was happy to see my uncle – I was very surprised,” he said of the welcoming he received. Hawkins – who was given a banner from Kandahar of his favourite football team, the Seattle Seahawks – said the feeling of being reunited is hard to put into words. “When he’s (in Afghanistan) and (there are) all the possibilities that could happen and the things you try not to think of, you think, ‘Geez, did I say everything to him if something did happen? Did I give him the love and affection that he needed? “Then when he gets back, you get welled into a comfort zone because you can see and hear him.” Although, the nephew he saw wasn’t quite the same as the one who left nine months ago. “He was more mature, a little quieter – he’s seen a lot,” Hawkins said. “He was a fine young man.”

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Andrew Molson celebrates his return from Afghanistan with family and friends at his uncle Peter Hawkins’ Ocean Park home last weekend.

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‘Break-out year’ for theatre company also known as the residence of the Surrey politician and sometime llie King, artistic director thespian. and founder of the Royal Centrepiece of the event will be Canadian Theatre Company, what promises to be a delightful, makes no apologies for presenting if highly-abridged, version of the popular – and populist – theatre. Bard’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, “There’s nothing wrong with showcasing the young participants entertainment,” said the wellin the company’s academic known actor and director, noted progam. for her past personifications of “The young people are fabulous Willy Russell’s Shirley Valentine – I’m very excited about them,” and as ‘B.C.’s Panto Queen’ for said King, adding the performance her much-loved Christmastime should provide just the right productions, latterly at Surrey Arts interlude in an evening that starts Centre. with a champagne reception at And she feels that the world’s 6:30 p.m., and includes live music, most famous playwright would magic, gourmet food, live and have been quick to agree. silent auctions, and carriages at “The bottom line with 10:30 p.m. Shakespeare was will people like Purchasers of tickets ($125) it, will people come for the registered to see it?” she said. charity event will ❝That’s something “If they didn’t, be contributing to people don’t see about the realization of a there wouldn’t have an arts education – how long-held dream – been a theatre or a company of actors it builds team spirit in a the establishment, for very long.” this fall, of the Royal positive way.❞ She acknowledges Canadian Theatre Ellie King her own company Academy. is on something of “It will give them a roll lately, what with its wella taste of what we’re about,” received production of Robin King said. “A lot of people teach Hood in December, a successful theatre – and do it very well. But Shakespeare-based academic many of our teachers are working program for students aged 13 to actors. They are the ones going 18 just wrapping up and, waiting to auditions and they can give in the wings, the eagerly-awaited students, particularly the older return of summer theatre to students, an accurate idea of what White Rock with No Sex Please, actually working in theatre is like, We’re British (Coast Capital and advice on being part of the Playhouse, July 13 to Aug. 1). scene. “This year will be the break-out “Our longtime goal is to create year for the RCTC,” she predicted. a youth company, one in which “We’ve been bubbling away for the kids aren’t just acting but do a while now, garnering support everything, from fundraising from all sorts of luminaries, and marketing to doing lights, not the least of which is Judy building sets and making tea.” Higginbotham, who is generously Another sample of the hosting our upcoming event.” educational component (which, as That will be the Midsummer King points out, has always been Night’s Magic Masque fundraiser, part of the RCTC mandate) is Friday, June 25 at the Faerie the company’s two-week summer Queene’s Bower (14357 26 Ave.) – acting camp sessions, which will be held at the Surrey Museum in Cloverdale starting in July. The pre-teen course for ages eight to 12, which runs July 12 to 23 – with a performance July 24 – is aimed at sharpening children’s acting skills and confidence through fun games and exercises, and the development of a production to be shown for friends and family. The teen course, for ages 13 to 18, with or without experience, runs July 26 to Aug. 5, with a performance for friends and family Aug. 5. The latter is aimed at

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Arts Reporter

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Royal Canadian Theatre Simply Shakespeare students work on a problem-solving exercise as they prepare for their performance at the upcoming Midsummer Night’s Magic June 25. Below right, Alan Cedargreen rehearses for his role as Mr. Needham in No Sex Please, We’re British, also starring Becky Hachy (left). building improvisation, character development, scene study and audition skills, and working on voice and movement techniques. The current academic program includes three students who were junior members of the pantomime cast, King said, as well as students who have been sponsored by their school as a way of providing arts enrichment at a time of curtailed budgets. “It shows them that Shakespeare is fun and very accessible,” she said. “Far from being dead works on stage, once you get his plays on their feet, the students can see that we have far more in common with Elizabethan times than otherwise.” She also sees team-building and growing communication skills as a huge plus of the program. “That’s something people don’t see about an arts education – how it builds team spirit in a positive way. You’re going out to win, but at the same time, you’re not out to beat anybody.” For information and tickets to the Midsummer Night’s Magic Masque, call 604-488-9538. For more information on RCTC’s summer courses, call 604629-8744 or visit their website at

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Ocean Park has a new idol. Dynamic young vocalist and guitarist Tommy Vander Kam (also known as Tommy Alto) took the top spot at the second annual Ocean Park Idol contest, June 6 at Ocean Park Village Pub and Restaurant. Out of a strong field of up-andcoming Ocean Park area performers, Vander Kam won with his heartfelt, self-accompanied version of the Johnny Cash classic Folsom Prison Blues. Known for his mature voice and spellbinding stage presence, the performer has paid dues working as a guitarist, vocalist, bassist and drummer with several local bands. Now focusing on a solo career, he has produced and engineered a number of recordings at local studios, and recently released an EP on his own independent label. As winner of the event, Vander Kam will be a featured main stage performer at the upcoming Ocean Park Day (June 19, 10

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Tommy Vander Kam performs at Ocean Park Idol last weekend, where he came in first place. a.m. to 4 p.m.) Other contestants vying for the title on June 6 included Jenny Kalicharan, Max Hirtz, Andrew Wales, Chanel Stasiuk, Jenni Tiles and the singing duo of Kate Kryderman and Charlie Curry. Standard

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First place for ensemble Surrey-based Westcoast Harmony Chorus came home from the Western Canada Sweet Adelines International competition with something to sing about. Under the direction of Anne Marteniuk and Joey Minshall, the women’s chorus placed first in midsize division (31-60 singers) and second overall. Westcoast has 45 singers, while Lions Gate Chorus, the first place winner overall, had 100 singers on stage. There were 14 ensembles in total at the regional competition, held in Calgary in early May. Westcoast’s score (more than 600) qualified co-director Anne Marteniuk to attain the status of Master Director, a designation that comes only after completing the Director Certification Program and the chorus being directed scores more than 600 in a contest setting. Marteniuk is the youngest ever Master Director in Sweet Adelines’ history at age 23.

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li Rooyakkers has always been an aggressive person – always been quick to “rage on people,” as the young teen puts it. It’s a trait that often served him well in the sports world, where he played aggressive, occasionally violent sports such as rugby, lacrosse and football. Where it hasn’t served him well is off the field, where the tall, lanky 15-year-old has had his share of problems. “I used to go to Semiahmoo (Secondary), but I got kicked out... I got kicked out of a lot of schools, actually,” said Rooyakkers, who is now taking high school courses online through Surrey Connect. “It was fights, lots of stuff. I’ve just always got in fights, and always got in trouble at school.” Last August, Rooyakkers found a better place to focus his aggression – mixed martial arts (MMA), namely kickboxing, at Stephen Lapre’s Dragon’s Den Elite MMA in South Surrey. “I was always fighting, and I really liked watching UFC on TV, so I just found this place on the Internet and signed up for the youth MMA class,” Rooyakkers explained. “It was just twice a week, but I really liked it, so now I’m here five times a week. Here, I can get in fights that I’m allowed to be in... I just really like being in the ring.” The sessions have been beneficial for Rooyakkers on many levels, said Lapre. “School-wise, and a few other things, he was having some trouble, but this has given him something else – he’s really focused his energy on his training,” Lapre said. “He’s a lot more confident in himself now, and isn’t falling back into old habits. Eli’s a good example of what can happen when you decide to start making the right choices.” Rooyakkers’ new sport has done more than just give him an outlet for his emotions – it’s also provided him a positive distraction from other, less-productive activities he could easily get swept up in. “(Stephen) has really helped me stay focused. I know I can’t go out and do some things, because I’ll miss MMA (practice). And I hate missing it, I never feel good when I do,” he said. “Now, I just do my (school) work online,

and stay at home and work out all day. It’s actually kind of boring, but (kickboxing) gives me something good to focus on. It takes up a lot of my time, which is a good thing for me.” After months of training, Rooyakkers finally stepped into the competitive kickboxing ring last month – with his mom, Jennifer, watching from the stands – at the West Coast Can-Am Championships in Burnaby. The two-day event featured some of the top up-and-coming fighters from Canada and the States. Rooyakkers fought in the 140-pound weight class, after he originally weighed in one class higher. “At weigh-ins, he was 142, but there was a computer error and everybody had to weigh-in again later in the day,” explained Lapre. “And when he weighed in that afternoon, he was 138.” Rooyakkers’ debut in the ring wasn’t easy – his opponent had two years experience in the sport, compared to Rooyakkers’ eight months. Even so, he dominated the tworound fight – each round is two minutes – to earn his first victory. “(Lapre) told me I’d be judged on my aggression, so I just went after it right from the start. I kind of raged on him,” Rooyakkers said. “It was a lot of fun... nice to get out there and fight somebody. You go against guys here (in training) but that’s different... you don’t really get the chance to rage on people until you’re in a real competition. “It took a lot out of me – I was so tired after. It was an intense two minutes, and I definitely need to improve my cardio.” He escaped relatively unscathed from the fight, save for a black eye – still visible almost two weeks later. “The kids’ toenail kind of stabbed me in the side, too, so I’ve got a bit of a gross, toenail stab wound,” he laughed. “But nothing major.” His debut in the ring now out of the way, Rooyakkers said he plans on expanding his repertoire, adding Muay-Tai and pankration – a form of grappling – in addition to improving his kickboxing skills. “I can definitely be a lot better, and show a little more control... but I’m still going to rage on guys when I get in there. I’m just aggressive, that’s my style.”

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sports Gold medal The South SurreyWhite Rock “Chicks With Bats” added a gold medal to their collection of softball hardware last weekend, after finishing in top spot in the squirt division of the North Delta Softball Tournament. In the title game, White Rock edged the Port Coquitlam Terminators 9-8, with the winning run crossing the plate in the bottom of the last inning. The third-seeded Chicks – who were playing their third game of the day – jumped out to a quick 5-1 lead over topranked and undefeated PoCo, but the lead evaporated by the third inning, when the Terminators played five runs. Not be be outdone, White Rock stormed back in the bottom of the inning to score two themselves, retaking the lead 7-6. In the decisive fifth frame, Port Coquitlam scored two runs in the top half of the inning, but White Rock was able to match with two runs of their own to win the game by one run.

game was a close backMienkina, a White and-forth affair, with Rock Renegade alum, Semiahmoo plays third scoring the base for go-ahead the SCAD goal with (Savannah three minutes College of Art remaining, and Design) and Kelowna Bees of the Sun tying the game Conference – again – with in Decatur, just 30 seconds Alabama. She Courtney Mienkina had earlier left on the All-American clock, before been named going on to win to the allin OT. conference team for the third time in as All-American many seasons, earning Courtney Mienkina one Player of the Week has earned her second selection. consecutive NAIA The Surrey native (National Association batted .437 with eight of Intercollegiate doubles, three triples Athletics) Alland a team-high eight American second team home runs. She also selection.

had a .500 on-base percentage and 49 runs batted him. She also set a university record with 107 total bases.

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Junior Eagles upset Selects had a tough road to even get that far. Just to get through the roundWhen the Junior Eagles spring- robin portion of the seven-team league hockey team was formed tourney, the bantam-aged squad back in 2004, it wasn’t meant to had to beat “tryout teams” Alberta be a select squad, or all-star team Heat and the aforementioned like many similar squads that Selects, both of which were prepop up every summer. tournament favourites to take There were no tryhome the championouts, no cuts. It was just ship trophy. ❝You’d have a group of friends from Against Alberta in Semiahmoo Minor thought they’d the opening game, the won Olympic Eagles eked out a 2-1 Hockey – all born in 1995 – who wanted the gold, the way win in a defensive-first chance to play on the battle, but were overthey were same team. matched in their next celebrating.❞ tilt against Vancouver, But just because they aren’t necessarily an Mike Coflin losing 7-0. all-star team, it doesn’t While the Selects coach mean they can’t beat earned a bye due to one, as they proved last their undefeated weekend at the Canlan Classic round-robin record, the Eagles Summer Challenge at Burnaby’s won two more games to advance 8 Rinks. to the finals, where they were set The team of 15-year-olds, now for a rematch with the Selects. in their seventh season together, “It was a shot at redemption,” cobbled together what parent said Wong of the game which Stan Wong called “probably (the would turn out to be one of the team’s) greatest achievement more physical of the entire tourever” by defeating the heavily nament. favoured Vancouver Selects 5-4, Despite being underdogs, the in a shootout, in the champion- Eagles jumped out to a 3-0 lead ship game. early in the game – capitalizing “Every year, some players come on some costly Vancouver turnand some go, but it’s a pretty overs, as well as penalties. close group of guys,” said Mike The Selects fought back, howCoflin, who coaches the team ever, tying the game 3-3, before alongside Alden Estey. Junior Eagles’ Evan Kite scored And though the title game was the go-ahead goal with less than the highlight, the Junior Eagles three minutes to go in the game. Nick Greenizan Sports Reporter

With one minute left to play, however, Vancouver again knotted the back-and-forth game 4-4, sending it to overtime. The teams traded chances in the extra frame, which was played three-on-three, but neither could put the puck in the net, which meant a shootout would decide the winner. The Junior Eagles, shooting first, took a lead when centre Spencer Unger roofed a wrist shot over the Selects’ goalies’ shoulder, and the lead held up for two Vancouver shooters, as Eagles’ netminder Thomas Tustin stood tall between the pipes. The Eagles’ second and third shooters failed to score, which gave Vancouver one last shot to win the game. Tustin, however, made the save to seal the win for the Peninsula squad. “Our philosophy is a little different from some of those select teams – we don’t put out best player on the ice every second shift or try to intimidate anybody,” Coflin said. “We just put the kids in a positive to be competitive and they do the rest. “It was pretty great to see that many gloves and sticks in the air after we won. You’d have thought they’d won Olympic gold, the way they were celebrating, and I guess in their world, they probably did.”

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12630 - 24A AVENUE • CRESCENT HEIGHTS RANCHER This 3 bdrm. home is a delight to view with contemporary interior colours and open floor plan. Perfect for downsizers or young families. Well priced at $668,700. Dave Erickson 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty Ltd. #513 - 1353 VIDAL STREET • $269,900 • PRICED TO SELL!!! Large

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location. Alena Stosek 604-802-1997 HomeLife Benchmark Realty 117 PARKER STREET • ASKING $799,000

OPEN Pride of ownership, spectacular view. Solid, well-maint. bsmt. home SUNDAY on high corner lot with views to take your breath away. Home JUNE 13 contains 2 bdrms. up & one bdrm. & addn’l. kitchen down. No 1:00-4:00 repairs required. Shows well. Rhys or Allan Edworthy 604-541-4888 P.M.

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#1401 - 1473 JOHNSTON RD. • MIRAMAR - CORNER UNIT $989,000 View, view, view. Central location, 1274 sq. ft., 2 bdrms., 2 bath, gourmet kitchen. Live in White Rock! All top-of-the-line appliances and blinds incl. Good floor plan. Come have a look! Evon Mayer 604-538-8888 Sutton Group West Coast Realty

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15142 VICTORIA AVENUE ABSOLUTE BEST OCEAN VIEW COMPLETE RENOVATION! PRICE SLASHED: $999,000 Three level completely renovated OPEN SUNDAY 3-level hillside home with JUNE 13 superior ocean and pier view 2:00-4:00 from all 3 levels. Suitable for P.M. professional couple who require top quality, self-contained in-law accommodation. New roof, hardwood flooring, electrical and plumbing, kitchens, etc. Absolutely one-of-a-kind! A must see! Doug Russell 604-328-0924 Doug Russell Realty Ltd. 15180 COLUMBIA AVE. PRICE SLASHED: $738,800 Views & character, easy-care, well-built home, amazing ocean/ island views. Beautiful 3 bdrm. OPEN SUNDAY hillside home, plenty of updates, JUNE 13 original hardwood floors, Jenn2:00-4:00 air cooktop, stainless appliances, P.M. wide open floor plan. Wood burning & gas fireplaces, private back garden with custom brick & stonework. Five. min. walk to beach and uptown. Priced to sell! Philip Dumoulin 604-531-4000 Bay Realty OPEN SUNDAY JUNE 13 2:00-4:00 P.M.

#306 - 15300 - 17TH AVE. Gorgeous move-inready condo, 2 bdrms., 2 baths. Beautifully updated with SS appliances, heated tile floors, engineered maple floors & much more! Al Bolan 778-878-1193 HomeLife Benchmark Realty Fleetwood

OPEN SUNDAY JUNE 13 1:00-4:00 P.M.

#10 - 1828 LILAC DRIVE • $419,900 Almost 2000 sq. ft. 3-level, 3 bdrm. & den townhome. Open floor plan on main, gas fireplace, powder room, private south-facing garden patio. Close to schools. Chris Penny 604-816-8814 HomeLife Benchmark Realty

12868 - 20TH AVE. • ASKING $559,000 Updated 3 bdrm. rancher, pristine condition, on OPEN SUNDAY 7200 sq. ft. manicured estate. Spacious 1250 sq. ft. of living, fireplace, double carport, modern JUNE 13 2:00-4:00 colours. Perfect for investment or 1st time buyer. P.M. Sheri Ranger 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty OPEN SUNDAY JUNE 13 2:00-4:00 P.M.

#209 - 15299 - 17A AVENUE • FLAGSTONE WALK • $319,900 Excellent 3 yr. old condo in Flagstone Walk, 2 bdrms., 2 bath, west exposed with granite and stainless steel. Two parking spots come with the unit. Vacant and ready to occupy. Come see for yourself. Carmen Champoux 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty

OPEN SAT. JUNE 12 2:00-4:00 P.M.

#305 - 1720 SOUTHMERE CRESCENT • PENTHOUSE South-facing condo. Spacious, two bedroom, one bath in a family-friendly building. No pets. Rentals with restrictions. Karen Conyers 604-240-3377 Sutton Group West Coast Realty

OPEN SUNDAY JUNE 13 2:00-4:00 P.M.

#41 - 19330 - 69TH AVENUE • THE MONTEBELLO Move-in-ready 3 bedroom, 3 bath end unit townhouse, 1972 sq. ft. of open concept living. Pets allowed. Karen Conyers 604-240-3377 Sutton Group West Coast Realty

OPEN SAT. JUNE 12 2:00-4:00 P.M.

2381 - 150B STREET • RANCHER Bring your decorating dreams to life in this 3 bdrm., 2 bath home. Fully fenced backyard, close to shopping, bus, schools, yet on a quiet street. Winston Conyers 778-908-3377 or Karen Conyers 604-240-3377 Sutton Group West Coast Realty 13125 - 19TH AVENUE • HAMPSTEAD HEATH • $899,000

OPEN Quality family home, 5 bdrms., 3.5 bathrooms, fully finished daylight SUNDAY bsmt. w/sep. entrance. Recent updates: energy eff. heat pump/air JUNE 13 cond. & hot water tank. Attached dbl. garage + 21x23 dbl. garage. 2:00-4:00 Private fenced back yd. w/sundeck. Close to transit, park, school. P.M.

Morley Myren 604-506-2006 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty

OPEN SAT. JUNE 12 2:00-4:00 P.M.

#305 - 1473 BLACKWOOD STREET • $299,000 Stunning two bedroom, two full bathroom top floor corner unit. Renovated kitchen and bathroom. Barb Patrick or Frank Rayner 604-530-0231 Royal LePage 15465 THRIFT AVENUE • SOUTHLANDS BEAUTY • LEGAL SUITE

OPEN Must see, 7 yrs. young, no GST! Totally open w/legal suite ($950/mo. SUNDAY income), 3 bdrms. up, den on main, kitchen w/huge island plus bar JUNE 13 2:00-4:00 area. Spotless throughout, huge sunny deck off kitchen, great yard for kids, amazing use of space. $679,000. Call for private showing. P.M.

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#10 - 14085 NICO WYND PLACE • $424,900 Originally 2 bdrm./2 bath – converted to master with office. #12 - 14085 NICO WYND PLACE • $449,000 Two bdrm./2 bath. Both top floor units with 1488 sq. ft. of living space! OPEN Facilities incl. 9-hole golf course w/2 memberships & green fees SAT. included, 76 acres of beautifully manicured grounds, tennis courts, JUNE 12 indoor pool w/hot tub, sauna, exercise facility, marina ($1/ft. 1:00-4:00 moorage), river-side walking trails, clubhouse & licensed restaurant. P.M. Plenty of visitor parking, convenient location w/easy access to freeway, great shopping, restaurants, parks & beaches. Visit for virtual tour of F1005607 and F1011041. See you at the open or call for personal showing. Pam Mitchell 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty

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13317 MARINE DR. Ocean view Tudor estate, 6 bdrms., 4 bathrooms, fully finished bsmt./ in-law suite. Pool and hot tub. New price: $1,239,000. Louise McKnight 604-531-4000 Bay Realty Ltd. 967 STAYTE ROAD • WHITE ROCK Join us on the sundeck with ocean view. $574,000 Price reversal! Leigh Morrow / Roslyn Ehmann 604-531-4000 Bay Realty

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1691 - 157TH STREET • NEW PRICE Incredible 2 bdrm. rancher with new roof, gutters, soffits, cupboards & stunning hardwood floors. Walking distance. to schools/shops. 8347 sq. ft. west-facing sunny lot. André Edwards 604-765-9961 HomeLife Benchmark Titus Realty

OPEN SAT. JUNE 12 2:00-4:00 P.M.

15132 BEACHVIEW AVE. • $449,000 Two bdrm., 3 bath, 3-level townhome, spectacular ocean views, 1 dog or cat OK, rentals not allowed. Completely renovated main floor, brand new appliances, walking distance to all amenities. Dawn Carbol 778-848-2903 HomeLife Benchmark Titus

OPEN 15368 - 17A AVE. • STARTING AT $329,900 • GST INCL. More units SAT. & available. South Surrey luxury condos, 2 bdrms., 2 bath, most units SUN. with den. Open design, deluxe feat: 9’ ceilings, gourmet kitchen, JUNE 12 & 13 granite countertops in kitchen & bathrooms, premium stainless steel appliances. Crown moulding, large baseboards, laminate flooring. 1:00-4:00 Lulu Sorbara 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty P.M.


OPEN Mr. & Mrs. Clean live here! Immaculate 4 bdrm., 4 bath rancher-style SUNDAY home with gleaming H/W floors, 2 gas fp’s. One acre, sun-drenched JUNE 13 corner lot, SW exposure in an ultra quiet cul-de-sac location. Extra 2:00-4:00 large outdoor patio, triple garage. Only $1,275,000. P.M.

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#402 - 15357 - 17A AVENUE • $399,900 • THE MADISON Superb 2 bdrm., 2 bathroom executive condo. Bonus: 2 parking stalls. Built by Genex. Unparalleled quality. South-facing unit with hardwood floors and granite counters. $399,900. Pauline Cremin 604-531-1111 HomeLife Benchmark Realty

OPEN FRI, 14787 MCDONALD AVE. • $699,000 Rare opportunity. West side SAT. & White Rock view property! Character home with many updates: SUN. kitchen appls, planked wood flooring, painting. Large deck w/ JUNE 11, 12 & 13 unobstructed ocean views. Endless possibilities in bsmt. w/separate entrance. Live in current home or build your dream home. 2:00-4:00 Maureen Fritz 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Realty Ltd. P.M. OPEN SAT. & SUN. JUNE 12 & 13 1:00-4:00 P.M.

15273 - 24TH AVENUE Master on the main in this deluxe townhouse. Two upper bedrooms and loft. $399,900. View to buy. Jacqueline Allain 604-805-3437 One Percent Realty

1988 - 140TH STREET • $584,900 Solid 3 bdrm., 2 full bath rancher OPEN on 7000+ sq. ft. lot with private front & rear yard. Huge lighted SUNDAY deck & back yd. Private lane access, room for 4 vehicles + 2-car JUNE 13 2:00-4:00 guy’s garage w/stainless steel work cabinets & finished sealed floor. Updated kitchen with super quiet dishwasher & stainless appliances. P.M. Neil Higgins 604-803-6615 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty OPEN SAT. JUNE 12 2:00-4:00 P.M.

15815 RUSSELL AVENUE • $609,900 Come check out this cute, cozy, tastefully decorated & recently renovated rancher in sunny White Rock. This 3 bdrm., 2 bath home has nothing for you to do but move right in. Close to schools, shopping, parks, and rec. Call Rhys for details. Rhys Edworthy 778-899-1374 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty

OPEN SUNDAY JUNE 13 2:00-4:00 P.M.

13486 - 19TH AVENUE • AMBLE GREEN • $889,000 Four bdrms., 3 f/p, 2700 sq. ft. home with fully renovated 1 bdrm. suite with separate entrance, 12,542 sq. ft. professionally landscaped lot, south-facing backyard, pool, hot tub, huge deck & fully fenced for privacy. Linda Yurechko 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty

OPEN HOUSES 1493 PHOENIX STREET • $799,000 3420 sq. ft. 5 bdrms., 4 bath home with 1 bdrm. mortgage helper suite. Fantastic west White Rock location. Bright & spacious with peek-a-boo ocean view from top floor & bay window. OPEN Master on main with new carpet, paint & crown moulding. SUNDAY JUNE 13 Full ensuite with soaker tub, double sinks, tile flooring. Original hardwood floors in living room w/stone fireplace and wrap1:00-4:00 P.M. around deck. Suite has separate entrance. Fully fenced, easy maintenance yard. Visit for virtual tour of F1014724. See you at the open or call for personal showing. Pam Mitchell 604-541-4888 RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty OPEN SAT. & SUN. JUNE 12 & 13 2:00-4:00 P.M.

1202 - 163A STREET • $565,000 Three bdrms., 2-1/2 baths, 3 yr. old roof, very well maintained, bright & lots of windows. Good family neighbourhood. Priced to sell! Poonam Master 604-812-1114 RE/MAX Westcoast Realty

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#121 - 2729 - 158TH STREET • $389,900 Three bdrm., two bath townhouse. Brand new, no GST. Close to shops, golf & more. Back garden off kitchen. Paula Burns 604-538-8888 Sutton Group West Coast Realty

14951 BLACKWOOD LANE Outstanding new view home 3800 sq. ft. Stunning. Dave Narod 604-290-3442 Sutton Group West Coast Realty

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LANDERS Thomas Anthony (Tom) died peacefully in Peace Arch Hospital on June 5, 2010, in his 96th year. Born in County Wicklow, Ireland, Tom lived in White Rock for over 25 years. His wife Mollie died in 2004. His passing is deeply regretted by his niece Jackie Bolger, his nephews Maurice Foley and Tony Landers, by his twenty grand and great-grand nephews and nieces and by his many friends in Canada and around the world. The interment took place at the Gardens of Gethsemani on Thursday June 10 after Mass at 11 a.m. at Star of the Sea Church, White Rock. Donations in Tom’s memory, if desired, to Surrey/Delta Pro Life or Teachers for Life.. Columbia-Bowell Chapel 604-521-4881


Eugene (Gene) Renner With great sadness, the Renner family wish to announce the passing of their beloved husband, father and grandfather, Eugene (Gene) Renner, at age 81, on Tuesday, June 1, after a short illness at Langley Memorial Hospital. Gene was a rock of strength to his family, friends and his beloved Zion Lutheran Church in Cloverdale. He was a man of wisdom, humour, integrity, faith, love and decency. Born in Davin, Saskatchewan on April 25,1929, Gene moved to B.C. with his parents Henry and Ida, sister Olga and older brother Martin in 1939. He was 16 when he met the love of his life, Nada Lenson, and they were married on Nov. 12, 1949 at Zion Lutheran Church in Cloverdale. Gene and Nada celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with friends and family at Zion

FRASER, David Francis February 13th, 1950 April 30th, 2010 Passed away at home, age 60. Dave is predeceased by his parents Henry Irving and Jessie Austen Fraser (nee Nolan). He is survived by his brothers, Peter and Austin Fraser and their families; by his wife Carole Fraser (nee Hutchison) and her family; by his son Russell, his daughter Amber, son-in-law Martin Turek and family, and his beloved granddaughter Jayanna. Born in Nova Scotia, and raised in Chilliwack, Dave was a teacher in Prince George, then retired to beautiful White Rock, B.C. His sense of humor, his kindness, and his company will be missed and lovingly remembered by those who knew him.

Lutheran last November. Gene and Nada were blessed with two sons, Reg and Murray. They were also blessed with two lovely daughters-in-law, Reg’s wife Sherry and Murray’s wife Donna, and four grandchildren, Cole, Joel, Quin and Lauren. He is also survived by his sister-inlaw Margaret and her husband Charlie, sister-in-law Lorna, sister-in- law Irene and husband Henry, five nieces, five nephews and numerous cousins and their families. All of Gene’s friends are invited to a Celebration of Life service, taking place on Saturday, June 26 at 3 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 5950 179 Street.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Zion Lutheran School Library Fund or Wagner Hill Farms, Aldergrove.

Macdonald, Malcolm Christie June 5, 1926 – May 30, 2010 Loved, and was loved. With great sadness we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend. Mal will be dearly missed by Bernice, his wife and best friend of 57 years, his loving children and their spouses Cheryl and Brent, Ross and Cathie, and Ian and Marlene, and his three precious granddaughters Sara, Kelly, and Caitlin. His gracious, welcoming ways and great company will also be missed by nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Mal left the Prairies to travel the seas in the Navy and following World War II applied his trade as radar technician. For 35 years he worked at this job that he loved, first in Victoria at Island Tug and Barge and later in Vancouver at Seaspan. Upon retirement, Mal and Bernice were able to take several trips together, including visits to Scotland to connect with family there. They also enjoyed winters in Mesa, Arizona, spending many happy days lawn bowling and golfing. At home, they continued to pursue these interests as well as spend time at their camp in Washington. They enjoyed a happy and loving life together. A service of remembrance and celebration of Mal’s life will be held on Saturday, June 19th at 11:30 a.m. at Hazelmere Golf and Country Club, 18150 - 8th Avenue, Surrey, B.C.

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WATKINS, Garry, January 10, 1940 - May 26, 2010. It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Garry Watkins. Garry was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and came, with his parents and brother, to Canada when he was 7. After surviving a harsh winter in Winnipeg the family headed west to Vancouver. He became involved in politics at a young age. He was first elected to the Surrey School Board in 1968 and later went on to serve as a Surrey City Councillor for 19 years. One of his greatest accomplishments was helping to preserve the Semiahmoo Trail and Sunnyside Acres. His other passion was teaching. He was a teacher for 42 years and still missed it every day since retiring from the Abbotsford School District five years ago. He will be sadly missed by his wife, Anne; his daughters, Laura Watkins and Julie (David) LaRiviere; son Michael (Selina) Watkins; his grandchildren: Larissa, Lindsay and Nick Warkentin, Erik and Lauren LaRiviere, Sylvia and Ella Watkins. Sadly Garry was predeceased by his son, Thomas Watkins in 2008. He also has one surviving brother Joe Watkins as well as many nieces and nephews. He will be remembered fondly by those who loved and cared about him as being a kind hearted, creative, and a humorous individual. A Celebration of Life will be at 1:00 P.M. Friday, June 25, 2010 at Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre, 14831 - 28th Avenue, Surrey, BC. Donations to BC Children’s Hospital would be appreciated in Garry’s memory. Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre 604-536-6522 Condolences may be offered at

Born June 11, 1935 Susan Cummings Turns “75” Born in England and raised in Love Celebrating our Mother is all we can think of. Her Zest for life and warm soul embraces her lifelong kindness put smiles on all of our faces. There is so much more to tell about her than mere words can convey. So within this modest space we simply must say Mum we all want to wish you the Happiest of Birthdays!! Love Your Darling Daughters



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A position exists at The Abbotsford News, one of Canada’s leading community newspapers, for an Advertising Sales Representative to represent both The Daily and The News.


LITTLE SPROUTS Summer Program. For more information call Kim 604-760-6284. Limited space ~ register now at




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OPEN 7 am-6pm

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Opportunity for an outstanding

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This is a challenging career opportunity for a resultsoriented individual. Candidates for this position will possess the ability to service existing clients and develop new business in one of the Fraser Valley’s fastest-growing markets. If you have a proven track record in sales, thrive on working in a fast-paced environment, and are highly motivated with strong organizational and communication skills, we would like to hear from you. Our work environment sets industry standards for professionalism and combines a salary/benefits package designed to attract and retain outstanding staff. Please send your application in confidence to: Ben Coles Sales & Marketing Manager 34375 Gladys Avenue, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 2H5 e-mail:


Closing Date: Monday, June 14, 2010 The interest of all applicants is appreciated, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.





A Career in Healthcare Administration

HOSPITAL SUPPORT SPECIALIST If you’re looking for a rewarding career in hospital administration, this one of a kind diploma program will prepare you for entry-level employment as an Admitting/Registration Clerk, Health Records Clerk, Diagnostic Imaging Clerk, Hospital Switchboard Operator, Medical Secretary and much more. The typical wage upon graduation tends to be in the range of $19.00-$21.00/hr.

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Prospect Ave, Buena Vista Ave, Beachview Ave, Oxford St, Elm St, Vidal , Marine



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20 Ave, 20A Ave, 21 Ave, 21A Ave, 129B St, 131 St, 131A St, 131B St



18A Ave, 18B Ave, 19A Ave, 20 ave, 138 St, 139A St




Crescent Rd between 129 St and 140 St



25 Ave, 26 Ave, 28 Ave, 132 St, 133 St, 134 St




Greencrest Dr, Crescent Rd, 141 St, 142A St, 143 St


• Discover your career direction • Learn resume/letter/interview skills • Learn about options for government funded training


140 St between 24 Ave & Crescent Rd



28 Ave, 29 Ave, 29A Avae. 30 Ave. 31 Ave, 31A Ave, 142 St, Northcrest Dr

93 55

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• Free job postings


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24A Ave, 25 Ave, 26 Ave, 27Ave. 28 Ave, 144 St, Northcrest Dr


32 Ave between 141 St & King George



Semiahmoo Trail between 28 Ave & 32 Ave



28 Ave, 28A Ave, 29 Ave, 29A Ave, 144 St, 146 St, 146 A St



30 Ave, 30B Ave, 31 Ave, 161 St, 161A St, 162 St, 162A St


Surrey Employment Resource Centre 102 - 13771 - 72A Avenue, Surrey - 604-501-2224 Whalley Employment Resource Centre Central City Mall - Lower Level 10153 King George Boulevard, Surrey - 604-584-0003 Funded in whole or in part through the CanadaBritish Columbia Labour Market Development Agreement






Circulation Manager Burnaby NewsLeader New Westminster NewsLeader The NewsLeader, a twice-weekly publication serving more than 61,500 homes in Burnaby and New Westminster, has an immediate opening for a full-time Circulation Manager. The Burnaby NewsLeader and New Westminster NewsLeader, are part of Black Press, Canada’s largest private, independent newspaper company, with more than 100 community, daily and urban newspapers in B.C., Alberta, Washington State, Ohio and Hawaii. The right candidate must be a self-starter, in a fast-paced, high-pressure role. You must be able to thrive and multi-task within a deadline-driven environment. You are expected to consistently meet and surpass high distribution standards as set forth by Black Press Lower Mainland Division. Analytical and tactical problem solving skills set you apart from others. Creativity in developing new carrier recruiting strategies is essential, as are interpersonal and organizational skills. You must be focused on building and maintaining strong relationships with co-workers and employees to encourage peak performance. Our work environment sets industry standards for professionalism and combines a salary/benefi t package designed to attract and retain outstanding staff. To apply, please forward your resume with a cover letter to: Marilou Pasion Regional Circulation Manager 7438 Fraser Park Way Burnaby BC V5J 5B9 or email Deadline for applications is: Friday, June 18, 2010


2009 north american

newspaper of the year

New Westminster


Friday, June 11, 2010 Peace Arch News EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION 127


JUNIOR STYLIST REQUIRED. Bring resume to: 1665 - 128th St.




P/T COMPANION for senior lady. 3 day/wk, 4-5 hr/day. Cooking, gardening, shopping, walks, etc. Suit active retired person. $10/hr to start. Call 604-536-6271


BUILDING MAINTENANCE WORKER AD The Tong Louie Family YMCA (in Surrey) requires a well - rounded individual to complement our Building Maintenance team. The individual will assist the team with general maintenance of the facility. Candidates should have a strong mechanical aptitude, an attention to detail, and great interpersonal & customer service skills. This is a temporary full time summer position that could lead to permanent for the right individual. Rate of pay is $13.40 per hour. Please e-mail resume and cover letter: Or fax to: 604-575-3132 (Attn:Garry) Deadline for submissions is June 16/10. CAREGIVER/HOUSEKEEPER Mon-Fri. 9:30-3:30. Must be exp’d. Have car, sense of humor, exc. organizational skills. Enjoy dogs. Resume to: Customer sales/service, Summer Work, Immediate openings, flexible schedules, $16.25 base-appt, conditions apply, no exp necessary will train, call now, 604-595-1040 FLAGGERS NEEDED If not certified, training available for a fee. Call 604-575-3944 KENNEL Attendant req’d for busy boarding kennel. Must be reliable. Exp. an asset. LEMARE LAKE Logging is seeking a Woods Foreman. Minimum 5 years experience in full phase logging. Please send resume including references to or Fax 250-956-4888.




In W.R. area ~ $40 / Day Japanese 16 & 17 years Aug. 1 - 10 & Aug. 15 - 30 Julie @ CanadaStay Inc

604 809-9463



Exp. Line Cooks Req. Night Kitchen Supervisor Wages based on performance. Bring resumes to: Darlene or Fax resume to:

Jimy Mac’s Pub 19935-96 Ave. Langley Fax 604-882-5469 PASTA COOK needed with exp. for White Rock Restaurant. Free prk. Approx. 30-35 hrs/wk. $13/hr.Call Pierre after 1:30pm. (604)531-6261.


Calling All Successful InSide Sales Representatives! We are seeking a successful inside telephone salesperson who is passionate about selling and servicing business customers. Our sales representatives contact existing and new business customers, outbound selling (B2B); multiple daily orders, and a short sales cycle. Intensive outbound sales is the focus with some inbound cross-selling and upselling. This is a great opportunity with outstanding earning potential. We are an established business with 2,000 employees with a brand following throughout the province. Check out our website at: We offer: • Outstanding earning potential. Base plus commission. • Two weeks paid holidays • Excellent benefits (medical, dental) * Pension plan Qualifications: • 1 year successful sales experience preferred (B2B telephone experience preferred) • Outstanding sales skills • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Computer and time management skills • Advertising, media experience a plus Email:

TIME FOR A NEW CAR? See’s Automotive Section in 800’s



Fax resume: 604-881-2374 E-mail: MFortuna@

WILD & CRAZY, CAN’T BE LAZY Up to $20 per hr, 40 hrs per week. Fun promo’s & C.S. 10 positions available for immed. work. No commission. No experience? No problem! Call today, Start tomorrow !

Busy White Rock Medical Clinic looking for P/T RN or LPN. Fax resume to: 604-531-9818 CDA - FRIENDLY, organized, flexible CDA needed for maternity leave starting mid July. Fax resume to 604-531-9221.

NEW AD CDA Exp’d dynamic and dedicated CDA req’d for modern computerized paperless dental office in Langley. With exc. staff and patients. Proficiency in all aspects of Restorative pros oral/implant surgery and dentrix software (or comparable) is a major asset. Perm. F/T position starts ASAP. Please send cover letter and resume to with attn: Yvonne


Call Lori 604-777-2195



Caregiver/Companion plus meal prep & housekeeping req’d soonest for senior White Rock lady, in her home. 3.5 days incld nights per week. Exp in elder care req’d; driver pref’d. Gross monthly salary $1500. Call 1-888-4926662 or email: P/T CARE AID req’d. White Rock, S. Surrey area. In a small Care Home. 604-541-9694

Data Entry Clerk/ Receptionist

Local publisher needs seasonal employee for office. Looking for an energetic, professional team player with superior written and verbal communication skills, in fast paced office. Must be proficient in Word, Data Entry, switchboard and general office functions. 55 + WPM, previous office exp. req’d. Yearly F/T June to Dec. P/T Jan. to May. Please email resume attn: Hiring Manager


Sales Consultant Well established Lower Mainland company is looking for a Sales Consultant to service our dealer network and develop our market share of fireplace installation sales. The ideal candidate will : · Be self-motivated with the ability to work independently. · Be well organized. · Have excellent communication skills. · Ensure that our customers receive the level of service they expect. · Have some experience in the heating/fireplace industry To the right candidate, we offer an exciting and challenging career where success is recognized and rewarded. In addition, training and technical support will be provided to the successful candidate and the salary package includes an extended medical benefits plan. In return, we seek an energetic and ambitious longterm employee with a strong desire to develop their career and earnings potential. Please email your resume to



Commercial Transport MECHANIC with CVI ticket & ISX engine exp wanted for Port Kells truck shop. Fax resume to 604-513-8004 Fabricator/Welder req’d F/T. Must have trailer exp. Fax resume: 604530-9415.


Comsense Holdings Ltd is looking for a Carpenter Supervisor. Must have exp. in both handcut roofs and barrel roofs. Must be exp. in both Form work and Finishing Carpentry. Must also have knowledge of Joinery. Pay is $28 per hr + benefits. Must be fluent in English. Pls send resume with phone number to:

F/T Production Worker Nickels Custom Cabinets Ltd., a Richmond kitchen cabinet manufacturer requires F/T Production worker. Must be energetic & willing to learn. Some woodworking or assembly exp. preferred, but willing to train. Established company with good benefits. Wages negotiable depending on experience.

Fax resume to 604-270-3825 or e-mail




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CAREGIVERS avail for Child & Elder care, live-in/out. 604-668-5929. Email:


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D Windows Out & In D Gutters cleaned In & Out D Pressure Washing, Snrs Disc. D Serving W. Rock for over 25 yrs D Lic. & WCB insured, Free Est.

Eric 604-541-1743 Peninsula Window Washing D Inside/Outside Windows D Fully Insured/Licensed D Free Estimates - Seniors Disc. D Friendly - Dependable D Quality Work- Reasonable rates

Mark (778)855-7038

Home Care

Drywall Service & Flatten Popcorn Ceilings 604-230-7928 or 604- 538-3796



ADD YOUR business on directory for province wide exposure! Call 1-877-645-7704 WE PREPARE all kinds of tax returns, small business, self employed, corporate, estate & U.S. Reasonable rates. (604)541-4624


SCOTGUARD 24 hr. electrical services Commercial & Residential Hot-tubs Service & Panel upgrades, Renovations Guart. work. Licensed/bonded BBB app. No job too small

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Peace Arch Appliance


#1 QUALITY WORK, Big or sm. Exp. Electrician avail. Reas.rates.604-773-0341. Lic#9902 ALL JOBS Big or Small. Panels, lighting, plugs, fans, hot tubs etc. Guaranteed work. 604-539-0708 Cell 604-537-1773 Lic. 26110 ALL JOBS welcome. Your trouble shooting expert. Tel/Cable incl. *Seniors Discount* Work guaranteed. Insured & Bonded. GWN Electric. 604-862-9650 Lic#99986 COM/RES. Electrical Contractor for maint/renos/upgrades. Prof./friendly & reliable. Call Vern, 604-538-2373. LC# 92338. OCEAN PARK ELECTRIC Small Jobs. Reasonable Rates. Elec. Heat, Lighting % Seniors Discount % Call (604)591-7621



DRYWALL Friendly Benjamin’s


I have 35 years of experience, meal preps, light housekeeping, shopping, organizing, Dr.’s appts., etc. White Rock / S. Surrey area. 778-574-4448


Volunteers Wanted for White Rock Canada ROCK 10K July 1st, 2010 7am - 12 noon Road Marshals, Water Stations & start/finish line. Contact:


SHIPPING / PRODUCTION Door distributor & manufacturer has a Part-Time opportunity available for 20hrs./wk. with our growing company. Experience is an asset. Must be career driven to join our dynamic team! Opportunity available for career advancement! Competitive Wages.






Service to fridges, stoves, washers, dryers & dishwashers. Reasonable.

604-720-9244 YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 Service Call Lic #89402 Same day guarn’td We love small jobs! 604-568-1899

263 EXCAVATING & DRAINAGE BOBCAT & EXCAVATORS Mini to EX120, good rates. 30 yrs exp. Dave 604-250-1302. BOBCAT & MINI-EXCAVATOR Concrete Breaking, Post Hole Auger, Driveways Stump Removal, Excavation 604-541-1557 Gord 604-328-8360 REDMOND’S BACKHOE & TRUCKING: Sewers, drains, waterlines, excavating, backfilling. 24 Yrs Exp. Free est. 604-818-2137.

Call Mark (604)536-9092





6 FT FENCING, Retaining Walls, Blacktop/Concrete driveway’s, Reno’s, Roofing & Bobcat Service. Gaary Landscaping (604)889-8957 Cedar & Concrete Fences and Landscaping. Quality work, Free Estimates. Call Mike 604-781-3870.




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CARAVAN CARPET CLEANING. Seasonal specials. Truck mount steam cleaning. 778-885-9695. ~CHOICE CARPET CLEANING~ Free Estimates. Guaranteed Work! 604-897-6025 (24 hr) 788-688-0117



FLOOR LAYER: 30 YEARS EXP. Carpet, Lino & repairs. Tax Free! Work Guar’d! Gary 604-585-2044.



(604)542-9881 242



ALL Concrete Brick, Block & Stonework. Good job - Good price. Call Enzio (604)594-1960


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Kristy 604.488.9161 182

CONCRETE Work. Remove & Replace. Specializing in driveway, patios, etc. All types of finishes. FREE Estimates. 604-996-6878.

A Housecleaner avail. for private residential cleaning. Mon.- Wed. Well groomed, punctual & trustworthy. Rose 604-596-1972



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Call 778-883-4262 “We enjoy leaving your home bright & clean!”

PLACING & Finishing * Forming * Site Prep, old concrete removal * Excavation & Reinforcing * Re-Re Specialists 30 Years Exp. Free Estimates.

Call: Rick (604) 202-5184 SCHAFER CEMENT Co. Remove your old driveway. & replace it with NEW. All prep & steel included. Broom ~ Exposed ~ Stamped FREE Est. Patios, Steps, Walks & Retaining Walls



FPatios FPool Decks FSidewalks FDriveways FForming FFinishing FRe & Re All Your Concrete Needs 30yrs exp. Quality workmanship Fully Insured

Efficient, Reliable, Exc. References. 18 yrs exp. Ivet: 778-235-4070.

Danny 604 - 307 - 7722

CLEANING LADY ~ reliable, prof., will clean your home, office, moves in/out. 10 years exp. Reas. rates. Excellent references. 778-960-9865 DETAILED


AAA Lawn

A Cut Above Yard Maintenance *Pruning *Weeding *Power Raking *Aerating * Mowing *Yard Clean-ups White Rock Owned & Operated Since 1991

604-536-1345 FENCING, pressure washing, landscaping, mowing, yard cleanup, trimming. Free est. 604-502-9198. ★ COMPOSTED MUSHROOM ★ ★ MANURE ★ 10 Yard & 15 Yard Specials Call 604-240-3237 JAPANESE YARDMAN Triming. Clean-up. Weeding. Maint. Power Wash. No BST. Kris 604-617-5561 MASTER GARDENER Avail for Consultation & Maintenance. Call 604-250-1745.


Peace Arch News Friday, June 11, 2010





Milano Landscapers & Garden Services Spend more time with FAMILY WE WILL do your YARDWORK DAerating DFertilization DGarden Bed Maintenance DHedge Trimming DPruning DLawn Cutting DPower Raking DPower Washing NOW BOOKING APPTS FOR AERATING & FERTILIZATION (incl moss control or fertilization) Ask about our weekly Maintenance Program for Residential /Commercial




#1 PRUNING ✗ TREE Trouble ✗ Hedge Repair ✗ Tree Sculpting ✗ Pro-Climber

NEW GREENHOUSE FOR SALE BLOOMING GARDEN SERVICES We Maintain All Your Lawn & Garden Needs. Residential & Commercial Properties. Let’s get it done Call Maria now at

(604)538-5406 COUNTRY WEST LANDSCAPING & LAWNCARE • • • • • • • • • •

Res / Comm Guaranteed Work Lic. bonded & Insured Reasonable Rates/Free Est. Trimming Lawncut Weeding/Aerating Pruning Edging Power Raking Re-Seeding/Gutter Cleaning Pressure Washing

8 ft x 8 ft / 7 ft. High Only $450/obo: assembled anywhere in Surrey.

Mike 604-671-3312 MUSHROOM MANURE WEED FREE MUSHROOM Manure 15 yds - $110 or Well Rotted 10yds - $125 Free delivery in Surrey. (604)856-8877


Carpentry & Drywall. Renovations & Remodeling. Free Estimates. 30 years exp.


British Construction

Call Blake or Brian (604)816-1653

Old Country tradesmen Retirement was boring No job too small

Licensed, Insured, WCB

Vincent 543-7776

SPARTAN Moving Ltd. Fast & Reliable. Insured Competitive rates. Wknd Specials. Call Frank: (604) 435-8240

“Now serving Walnut Grove, Langley and surrounding areas”

Designing and renovating new kitchens, bathrooms, basements, house make-overs and additions since 1989

“Georgie” award finalist-best kitchen 2008 & 2009 In-house design team and cabinet shop Let MPB make your renovation dreams come true! Showroom: Unit 62 - 15515 24th Ave. (at King George Hwy.) Tel: 604-538-9622

SL PAINTING Interior/Exterior. FREE Estimates. Quality job. Fully insured - WCB Please call Sonly.


604-614-3416 # 1 WILLI’S PAINTING


European Craftsman S Interior / Exterior S Residential / Commercial S 30 years experience


Pride & Quality Workmanship

1 CALL ABOVE all Handyman Serv Elect,. Plumb, Appls, Gen Repairs, No job too small. Sell repair & install major appls. Also do kitchen, baths, bsmt, renos. 604-588-2828. A1 BATH RENO’S. Bsmt suites, drywall, patios, plumbing, siding, fencing, roofing, landscaping, etc. Joe 604-961-9937 or 604-581-3822

Free Estimates S Insured S Excellent Refs 604-575-9506



ALLAN CONST. & Asphalt. Brick, concrete, drainage, foundation & membrane repair. (604)618-2304 ~ 604-820-2187.

338 ABOVE THE REST “ Int. & Ext., Excellent Prices, Res/Comm. Free Est. Written Guarantee. No Hassle, Quick Work, Insured, WCB. Call (778)997-9582


ROLL PAINT SERVICES Int/Ext. Low rates. Guarant’d work. Refs. Dave 604-587-5844, 778-834-8855

Ask our Customers about our Quality Work & Laminate floors! CALL DAVE:

Call & Book Your Estimate Today!

604-501-9290 287

Big or Small. Safe & Reliable. Full Packing avail. 7 days/week. WCB Approved. Seniors Disc. Free in-home Quotes Cell 604-317-7377 or Home 604-535-2644 Locally Owned/Operated

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One Call Does It All


Quality Work, Free Estimates

1 Room $79

email: Steve Pendlington Licensed  Liability Insured  Member of Worksafe BC  Owner/Operator Call to book your free in home estimate today!

Professional Painters Free Estimates Written Guaranteed Bonded & Insured

Member of Better Business Bureau WCB INSURED



BBB • WCB • Fully Insured • 20 Years

MILANO PAINTING 604 - 551- 6510


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Call 604-607-6659


D interior & exterior renovation D rot repair & restoration D Decks D Fences & much more free estimates.

Phone: (604) 307-5894 Complete Garden / Landscape Designs & Makeovers New Homescapes • Outdoor Living Spaces • Gardening Brick / Block • Retaining Walls • Pavers • Cultured Stone Pillars • Gates • Driveways • Masonry Lighting / Sprinkler / Drainage Systems Lawn Installations • Pruning • Weeding • Clean-Ups Residential Maintenace Programs • Landscape Products Fencing • Home Improvements • Handyman Services

36 Years Experience All Aspects of Painting Interior & Exterior Commercial & Residential Gutter & Window Cleaning also available. Free Estimates


Blake and his Dad make a positive difference in your life by providing quality workmanship delivered with integrity.

HANDY MAC Construction

WestcanConstruction Home, Garden & Design Solutions

Dan Laybourn Paint Contracting

Interior & Exterior

Good Quality, Good Serv. & Good Prices. Reno’s, Repairs, Additions. Int/Ext. Martin 778-858-0773.

Interior / Exterior Renovation Specialists


For all your decorating needs why not call a Master Painter?

CALL FRIENDLY BENJAMIN 604-230-7928 or 604-538-3796

Call Brian 604-787-2946 Call Michael 778-554-5200

20 yrs exp F Hort Grad BCIT



Call Peter 604-541-8841

Bath, Kitchen, bsmt reno’’s Windows & Decks Electrical & Plumbing Baseboards & Moulding’s & Ceramics Free Est. Work guaranteed!

Residential & Commercial ◆ Interior & Exterior Specialists ◆ Pressure Washing ◆ Textured Ceilings ◆ Faux Finishing FREE Estimates *Insured *Bonded *WCB (778)833-4413


Popcorn Ceilings Are Very UGLY

Repair/replace or custom build.



From 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10 Ton Trucks Insured ~ Licenced ~ 1 to 3 Men Free estimate/Seniors discount Residential ~ Commercial ~ Pianos

Per Molsen 604-575-1240


A SEMI-RETIRED CONTRACTOR. Specializing in Renovation’s. Available for work. 604-532-1710

John 778-881-6737

Local & Long Distance


Call Gary 604-576-4406


Crown molding installation. Faux finish, staining & custom painting.


European Quality Workmanship

They are impossible to clean and always loaded with cob webs, even when painted still look dirty. We can give you a beautiful, clean, flat ceiling, lovely to look at & will modernize your home.

SPECIALIZNG IN: Vinyl and Wood decks.

◆ Garden Clean-ups ◆ Overgrown Gardens ◆ Lawn Rejuvenation ◆ Black Bark Mulch

INTERIOR/EXTERIOR, Repairs & Reno’s, Sundecks & Additions, New Homes

Rot Repairs & Decks Tiling & Wood Flooring Windows, Doors + Trim Crown Moulding included Texture Ceiling & Drywall Repairs Garbage Removal Comm. & Residential Free Est. Seniors Discount

778.277.4745 SPENCER

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Interior / Exterior Small / Big Jobs Comm/Res. Fully insured.

AAA ADVANCE MOVING Experts in all kinds of moving/packing. Excellent Service. Reas. rates! Different from the rest. 604-861-8885 A AMC MOVING. Professional movers. *Big/small *local/long distance. Insured, great rates. Free est. 604-638-9966 or 778-888-9628

FULTON Construction


All Other Landscaping Needs. FREE ESTIMATES


Call Dave: 604-862-9379

Renovations Bathrms/Basements/General Complete Drywall/Painting Frame & Finish Carpentry Windows/Decks/Outbuildings All Trades Welcome All Jobs Welcomed John (604)536-5241 / 880-6573


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Receive 10% off with this ad Free Est.

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HANDYMAN: Renos, carpentry. finishing, flooring, drywall repair, tiles, paint, etc., No job to small. Reas Rates. 604-219-6270 / HANDYMAN. Very reliable. 20 yrs exp. Senior’s discount. Make a list. CAN DO IT ALL! 604-866-4977

Repairs, Remodeling

Soil, bark, Sand, Gravel etc. $25/yd + $50 del. Also, Property Maint. Services avail.Simon 604-230-0627





CREATIVE GARDEN Design & Installation Contact us for a for Free Consultation. Telephone: 604-8071701 or LEAF IT 2 Us Landscaping Lawn care, Planting, Gardening, Hedge trimming and much more! Seasonal Specials: -Enquire about Seniors discounts for 65 and older -Last month free when signing an annual lawn care package Call Jeff now at 604-592-2821 or email at

David 604-779-5320

Professional with Gutter & Window cleaning, Pressure Wash. WCB. Jeremy Testimonials on site. 778-384-3855




Repairs, renovations, additions painting, plumbing, electrical, carpentry & much more Servicing BC since 1980 Reasonable rates - Free est. NO JOB TOO SMALL




Handyman Services


◆ Natural & Cultured Stone Masonry ◆ Retaining Walls ◆ Paving Stones ◆ Fencing ◆ Driveway & Patio Sealing



CARPENTRY, Tile, Drywall, painting, flooring, railings. 26 yrs exp. Free est. Call Brad 604-531-5517 DECKS - R - US. Sundecks by exp. European craftsman. Interior home Renos. Kitchen/bath/bsmt. Insured. Ivan 778-549-6858


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*Seniors Disc. * Insured *22 yrs

Call (604)531-4716

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Pick up or delivery. Covered storage. Call 604-644-1878




283A Dan 604-374-2283


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Custom Paint

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LOCAL PLUMBER & GAS FITTER. Licensed, bonded, insured. 25 yrs experience. $25 off this week. Dennis 604-689-0336.



POWER WASHING GUTTER CLEANING Same day service avail. 604-724-6373

Geniune Moving Sale. Sat June 12, 9:30-1:30. Misc hshld items. N.E.B.

15408 Royal Ave. White Rock Sat. June 12, 9am to ? Rain or shine. In Carport & driveway, furniture, movies & much more.

13554 - Woodcrest Dr. South Surrey Sat. June 12, 9am -1pm

1937 Southmere Cres. Sat. June 12th, 8am-2pm

1231 -Finlay St. W.R.

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MOVING SALE Indoor & Outdoor Furniture Bring Your Truck


2932 - 152A St. Sunday June 13th 9am -2pm

$10 a bag

Furniture, Household, all exc. cond.

13681 - 21st Ave. Sat. June 12 8am - 12:30pm All items donated From Elgin Park Secondary Students All proceeds to go to Charity Event Costs 1482 - 161B St. You’ve hit the “motherload” garage sale Sat. June 12th, 9am -1pm Toys, Boys & Girls clothes, Maytag stackable washer/dryer, Hide-a-bed, Antiques, Dishes, Linens. Rain or Shine. You Name it We’ve got it for Sale!


14943-22nd Ave.

Family sale. Sat June 19. 8am-1pm Bikes, stereo & misc items & more

3513 149A Street, Surrey- Art Sale, Framed & Unframed. Prints & Posters; some Signed-Wm Gibson, M.Godard, Gerometta. Expo86, Moscow80, Art Mnfctr Posters. Canadian Air. Orig works incl two old oil on linen port’s. King 10” Table saw w/wings on wheels. Some misc. 9-12 SAT JUN 12

12 - 4 Daily

GARAGE SALE Sat. June 12, 9-1pm 13626 - 22A Ave.

Good quality decorator, toys, fixtures, garden, and household.

Lots of great stuff including solid Oak kitchen/dining table with 6 upholstered chairs. Large Oak computer desk. Graco Metrolite stroller & Graco travel playpen.

SAT., June 12

Cul-de-sac Sale

Household, Old, New, Retro decor, garden pots, fountain, tools, garage equip, Free Coffee, Low Prices!!!!

- 9am to noon.

1/2 PRICE AFTER 11am.


SOUTH SURREY Garage Sale th

Saturday, June 12 8:30am-3:00pm **13910 MARINE DR.** White Rock Something for Everyone!!

12569 - Ocean Cliff Dr.

Sat. June 12th, 9am - 1pm

Everything Must Go!! Garage/Moving Sat. & Sun. June 12, 13 8am -4 pm 17480-4th Ave.

South Surrey

HUGE MOVING SALE 15683 -th 36 AVE.

14955 Victoria Ave

✔ S Surrey: Moving / Garage Sale

✔ Sat & Sun ~~ June 12 & 13, ✔ 9-3pm ~~ 1436 129A Street


Sherbrooke Estates 5 family garage sale 14960-24A Ave.


MOVING SALE SAT. JUNE 12, 9-1 14048 30th AVE.

Sat. June 12th, 8:30-3pm Rain or Shine

Decorator items, furniture, dishes, TV’s, linens. No junk

South Surrey

10A Ave & 160A St.

Fri June 11, 2-6 Sat Jun12, 9-5

Stupendious amounts.... Household, tools, books, babies, decorating, furniture, toys. Something for everyone. S. SURREY. Estate/Reno Sale. 1572 132B St. Sat, June 12, 9am -2pm. Brass bed, oak dresser, etc

OCEAN PARK - 12918-22B Ave. Sat. June 12, 9am - 2pm Hockey equip, toys, bikes, books, children’s clothing, furniture, household items & much more! S. SURREY. 2 Family Garage Sale. Sat. June 12th. 9 - 2:30. Hide-abed, desk +lots more. Rain or Shine

GARAGE SALE Sat June 12 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 2697 - 127th St NO EARLY BIRDS

S. Surrey

16090 9th Ave.

S. SURREY/WHITE ROCK. Moving sale, lots of good stuff. Sat. Sun. June 5 & 6, 10-2. 14447 16 Ave. off back lane WHITE ROCK. Yard Sale. 1359 Foster. Sun, 13, 9-2. Furniture, collectibles, artwork, books, uni gym

MULTI-UNIT SALE Throughout Nico Wynd Estates Crescent Road at 140th Sun. June 13, 8am-2pm Lots of variety! Great deals!




SURREY: SANDPIPER HOUSING CO-OP ANNUAL GARAGE SALE 12158 82nd Ave. Sry. June 12, 2010 9:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

Rain or Shine WHITE ROCK

ESTATE SALE Sun. June 13, 10-4 14955 Victoria Ave. Beds, fridges, ovens, furniture, doors, windows, pictures, lights, table lamps, etc. Yard & Plant Sale (Perennials) Misc. Household items Rain or Shine 1388-160th St. S Surrey Enter off 14th Ave. Sat. June 12th, 8am - ? BUYING OR SELLING? Use - Merchandise for Sale 500’s

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359 SAND, GRAVEL & TOPSOIL LITTLE LOAD SPECIALIST. Sand & gravel delivered. Small orders welcome. Topsoil available. Call (604) 532-0662 days/eves.







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BLUENOSE P/B pitbull pups for sale. 4 left. $1000. - $2000. Ready to go. Phone Tim (604)557-8359 BORDER COLLIE X SETTER, born March 22, ranch raised with lots of attn. $200. Carol 1-604-316-4668 CATS GALORE, TLC has for adoption spayed & neutered adult cats. For info 604-309-5388 / 856-4866 CHIHUAHUA PUP, 1 yr. female. Up todate shots, tri color $200 firm. 604-864-8164 CHIHUAHUA Puppies~3, rare Blue. vet check Parents on site 1 teacup, male. $800. & up (604)460-0445 CHIHUAHUAS, very tiny Teacup puppies. Ready to go now. $700. Call (604)794-7347. ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS. Gorgeous, multi-Champion lineage, CKC reg’’d, micro chipped, health guaranteed. $2800. 604-513-0092. English Mastiff puppies. Reg, vet ✓. Beautiful M/F brindle. Ready June 28. $1100 & up. 604-858-6779 FILA / MASTIFF GUARD DOGS. Owners best friend. Intruders worst nightmare. All shots. $2000. each. Ready now. 604-817-5957 FILA/ MASTIFF Guard Dogs Owners best friend,intruders worst nightmare. All shots. Call 604-817-5957. FRENCH BULL DOG fawn, very loveable, must be only dog, adults preferred. $975. 778-883-8096 German Shepherd/Blk Lab x pups, vet check, first shots, dewormed. $400. (604)823-6952. No Sun calls GERMAN Shepherds, beaut blk & tan, long-haired, shots & vet chkd, ready June 19. $800 (604)820-4644 GERMAN SHEPHERDS. Black & tan and sable. Quality German bloodlines. Call 604-856-8161. GOLDEN Retriever X Australian Shepherd 8 weeks/old. Females. Dewormed. $350. No Sunday calls: 604-819-4404 or 604-823-6703



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AMERICAN COCKER blk & tan male 13 wks old. Shots, chipped, Reg. championship. Pedigree, hand raised. Pet or show $1000 firm. 604-599-4498

BICHON FRISE purebred pups - 3m, 1f. CKC reg’d. Parents show Champions & avail. for viewing. Immunized & dewormed. Vet checked. $1500+ 604-349-4797

ALL TYPES OF ROOFING. Est. 20 yrs Asphalt, Shingles, Cedar. Clean gutters $80. Gurpal 604-240-5362

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Jack Russell Puppies: 15 weeks old, dewormed, multi-colored. Parents on site. $350. 604-316-7615.



JACK RUSSELL pups short haired, smooth coats, nice markings, 1st shots tails done $380 604-820-5242 Kittens adorable p/b ragdoll $500 & up incl vet ✓ 1st shots health guart 604-771-4452, 604-477-9961. LAB ROTTI MIX PUPS, first shots, dewormed, ready to go $395 each, CALL 604-826-6964 LAB X ARCTIC Wolf puppies for Sale 3 Females 6 Males 1st shots, deworm and vet check contact 604807-1469 $ 600.00 MIN Schnauzer 2female/1male, tails docked, 1st shots, dewormed, hypo-allergic. $650. (604) 795-1953 MULTIPOO apricot Toys, $600 female, $500 male, vet checked, dewormed, (604)466-3766 P/B BORDER COLLIE PUPPIES. M $300 & F $350 Vet ✓, 1st shots Call 604-250-4360, 604-856-7975 PUG, black, very loveable, 1 year old, spayed, $575. To very loving home. Serious calls 778-883-8096 PUG PUPPIES, 2 black 2 brown, 2M 2F family raised, ready to go Parents to view $700 604-613-6691 PUG PUPS, $700, vet chkd, shots, etc, ready to go, male/female, fawn or blk. View parents 604-702-1072 RETRIEVER LAB CROSS M & F 6 weeks old, first shots, vet ✔ $400 each (604)852-1528 RUSSIAN BLUE CAT c/w house, carry on, litter box, $350. 604-5382218 SCOTTISH DEERHOUND pups, rare, purebred, CKC reg’d, $1500 1st shots, microchipped, 604-5350465 SHIH TZU BICHON X, M, 9 wks old, vet ✓, dewormed, $600 incl. accessories. Phone (604)596-4215 TOY MULTIPOO Puppies, 2 black males, 1st vac. vet ✓ dewormed ken. trained $875ea 604-826-8189




APPLIANCES LIKE NEW Super capacity WASHERS/DRYERS Newer self & easy clean STOVES, Super clean Fridges, Stackers & more Warranty, delivery, low prices

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BOSTITCH 2-1/2” Finish (USA) $100: (604)536-0468



TABLE: 42’’ square wraught iron kitchen table, $65. (604)535-8659 WOOD FRAMED MIRROR - 21” X 75” - $20: (604)341-3930


UNDER $200

ARMCHAIR - Large, “brick” tone fabric; like-new cond. $160: (604)535-0770 CRAFTSMAN 12” Band Saw Blades - $150: (604)536-0468


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USED MOBILITY AIDS Scooters, Walkers, Lift Chairs, Pwr/Wheelchairs. 604.539.8200.

Windows, Doors, Lights, Beds, Fridge’s, Ovens, Furniture, Lamps etc.

Well Established Janitorial Business


DINING ROOM SUITE Peppler, 6 chairs $400. King size Pillow top mattress & boxspring $350. REDUCED Moving. 604-531-1726.

14955 Victoria Ave.

EXERCISE EQUIPMENT $50/OBO. (604)341-3930




ESTATE SALE Sunday June 13th 10 am - 4pm


WHITE ROCK, central. Rare 3 bdrm, 2 bath condo. Thousands spent on upgrades kitchen, floors, etc. Only $239,900. Call Rob Drysdale Homelife 604-575-5262

WANTED GOOD USED newer fridges, stoves, washers & dryers. $ for some. Call (604)536-9092



AT A CLICK of a mouse, is your local source to over 300,000 businesses!

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SEEKING INVESTORS who want to purchase land together as a group, for growing plants/orchard or raising livestock, and perhaps rent out the house or?? Wish to stay in Fraser Valley vicinity. Please call if interested. 778-554-8570.

COFFEE TABLE- 49”l X 26”w X 17” h; teak frame, tile topped, (red, caramel tones) $60: 604-535-0770




ENTERTAINMENT UNIT with bar, 17 X 80 X 36. 2 units are stackable. Sacrifice @ $200. 604-535-3366 HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 MOVING SALE Paintings, antiques, furniture, Royal Copenhagen, Persian carpets etc. (604)538-6429

NEW GREENHOUSE FOR SALE 8 ft x 8 ft / 7 ft. High Only $450/obo: assembled anywhere in Surrey. Call (604)531-4716 POOL TABLE Brunswick All accessories. Steal @ $250. Deluxe folding treadmill $400. 604-535-3366


Beaut. Stone Pond gurgler. New $500: Asking $325: incl pump. Inc. pump.1m high. 500lbs. 536-7156

PIANOS; Hot summer deals, new 48”-$3695, new grands-$5990. Prof. moving/tuning. 604-533-2646.

Mantel Clock- Heges, Napoleon style, walnut case, German movement. Chime $395: 604-531-5270


VEROLITE POLYCARB Doubleskin UV, 8 sheets (Greenhouse, Sunroom, Awning) $400: 604-536-0468

14” BAND SAW. Like new. $150. obo. Please call before 8 pm (604)538-1141



615 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WHITE ROCK: For Sale. Commercial/Retail. 5 corners. 1300 / 2214 s/f. Financing avail. 604-996-9887.



$749,000. PROFESSIONALLY reno’d one-level house. 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath on 7200 sq lot. Near 14th ave/132 street. 604-825-4142 BY OWNER, TOWNHOUSE, PONDEROSA, 2 bed/2 bath, one level, no stairs, 2 car garage, 32 Ave. $539,900 604-536-9358 Cedar Hills, Sry, 4/bdrm, 2235 sq/ft home w/bsmt ste, spec view! Lge lot; priv b/yrd. $459K. 604.951.9104 GRANDVIEW HTS, 1/2 acre view lot 4 bd 2 bath & rec/rm magnificent fir trees $699,000. 1-604-796-0073 HIGHRISE 4TH floor condo $269,900. 2bdrm 2 bath. office/den. Upgrades throughout. Ph: 604-5047424 cell 604-768-4545 e-mail:

Open House 1557-133A ST. Sat. & Sun. 2 - 4pm STUNNING OCEAN PARK split level home, professionally renovated from top to bottom with open concept living room, kitchen and family room incl. tile & hardwood floors, no expense spared on top of the line kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, 3 fully renovated bathrooms; 3 bedrooms & den; lovely private west facing backyard with powered outbuilding, great for workshop or hobby; avail. for quick possession. It’s a must see gem!!! Reduced for quick sale at $716,900: 604-329-4028


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GROSVENOR SQUARE Great location. Family complex. 1 & 2 bdrm units avail immed. Near schools, shop & bus. Security Card Access.

Call 604-589-5693


R12 Lot in new South Surrey subdivision. Summerfield # 53 Lot 180, 172A St. 3445 sf. Allows 2500 sf home $295k. 604-538-3237 or 604-599-1646




WHITE ROCK 1 bdrm + den, Open House, 1351 Martin St., Sat & Sun, 12-4pm. $219,000. (604)531-3484.


OCEAN VIEW CONDO - THE CONTESSA White Rock’s most exclusive, luxury, unobstructed panoramic ocean view condo. Concrete bldg. 2 units per floor. 2100 sq. ft. 2 bdrm. master w/ large sitting area, 2 bath, den, large island kitchen, Gas cook top & F/P, large marble entrance, full size freezer, radiant heat, 2 car secure u/g parking, large storage areas, built in vac. syst. SW corner of Prospect & Martin. N/P N/S $3200/mo. Avail. August 1 Call : Marian at (604)862-3513 or (604)535-9948 Long term lease available if desired! RESORT RETIREMENT LIVING. SSurrey/WRock. Top flr, 1 BR in 55+. W/D in suite. Onsite concierge, lounges w. large screen TV, billiards, chapel, hair salon, workshop, entertainers, shuttle bus, full service dining room, recreation programs (movies, bingo, crafts, exercise). $1800. Meal plan and HK avail as options. 604-532-4103

SKYLINE APTS. WHITE ROCK 15321 Russell Ave 1 MONTH FREE RENT!! CALL FOR DETAILS Nice quiet building. 1 & 2 bdrm suites. Includes: Hot water, cable, underground parking, video surveillance. NO PETS CALL 604-536-8499



#48-13909 - 32ND AVE. $599,900. 2 Lvl T/H, 2 car grge, heated flrs. Gated complex, w/guest ste, 1760 sq.ft. Call: JOY (604)657-2220


Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. Langley



Bridge Lake & Deka Lake 604-880-2625 West Pro Properties Ltd.



SOUTHMERE PLACE Top Floor 2 bd South Facing Updated home incl heat & hot water, Fridge Stove & Dish $1050 Avail July 1st Call Ann 604-720-9293

SOUTH SURREY: Nr Semi Mall. 2 bdrm apt in renovated building, n/s, n/p. Avail. July 1st. $1000/mo. 1 yr lease preferred. (604)535-2169 SOUTH SURREY/W.Rock, 2 bdrm condo, master with w/i closet, f/s, 3rd flr southern exp. Enc. balc. Storage, lndry, 1 prking space. 19+, n/p, n/s, $1250/mo inc h.w. Avail. July 15. Call Lynne @ 604-9688883 after 4pm, anytime on w/ends S. SURREY 2 bdrms, 2 bath New flooring & freshly painted, gas f/p, inste ldry, sec prkg, quiet priv west facing deck over looking lge green space. Walking distance to S.Point Mall & transit. Avail July 1 poss June 15. N/S Lee 604-970-6753

SURREY, close to Hwy 10 Municipal Hall Annex overlooking private 1/2 acre park-like garden. 1 Bdrm, liv/rm with f/p, pri entry & prkg. (can also be rented furnished). Suit 1 person. $800/mo incl utils.

Call 604-590-0216 or 778-885-2823



WHITE ROCK. 1/Bdrm, Thrift & Fir, corner ste. $765/mo incld heat, h/w. N/S. 604-531-0657; 604-614-4602. WHITE ROCK - 2 Bdrm apt. 2 bathroom $1375/mo. Behind the library. Heat, hot water & u/g parking incl. H/w flrs, Laundry. Avail. July 1st. (604)721-4713 WHITE ROCK bachelor and 1 bdrm. suites avail. July 1 or sooner. From $695 to $835 mo. Clean quiet, adult oriented bldg. 1 yr. lease. N/S N/P. Incl. hot water & heat. 778-245-7074 WHITE ROCK, Casabella, 5 corners. Bachelors & 1 bdrms. $700 $850. Incl cable. h/water. N/S. Sml pet considered. 15391 Buena Vista Ave. Sml. quiet bldg. 2nd flr, walkup. Hardwood flrs. 604-803-2005. WHITE ROCK - Central Location 1 bdrm- $775/mo. Heat/water & sec. prkg. n/s, n/p. Avail. now. (604)721-4713





WHITE ROCK PACIFIC VIEW CONDOS 2 bdrms, 2 baths, heat, hot water & gas incl’d. Great Location at 5 corners. Avail. immed. or June 1. From $1400/mo. No smoking, No pets. Reno’d suites available.

Call Jennifer 778-881-3402 WHITE ROCK. Quiet bldg. 2 bdrm, corner suite, $900 incl. heat, hot water, prk. Avail. June 30th. Sorry no pets. Phone 604-538-8408.

Landlord/Investor To take care of your properties Tenants Houses/condos/Townhouses Rental units available now

1 BDRM or 2 BDRMS Concrete Hi-rise. 55+, NS/NP Heat, hot water, & light included

Call 604-538-5337 WHITE ROCK. Large 1 bdrm suite, adult bldg, nr shops, prkg. Min 1 yr Incl heat/h/w. Np/ns. 604-596-9977 WHITE ROCK. Large 2 bdrm, partial ocean view, $880/mo. Large 1 bdrm. $750/mo. Avail July 1st. N/S. Incl. heat/hot water. 604-951-8632. WHITE ROCK. Marine Drive. Furnished 1 bdrm. apt. 5 appl. Avail. July 1st. $920/mo. 604-541-9000

Quiet, well kept building. Hot water included. Close to shops, bus, hospital. N/P.



Houses, Townhomes, Condo’s & Suites!

PROPERTY Rentals WHITE ROCK SUNSET VILLA. 1 bdrm apt w/balcony, cement bldg. f/p, d/w. 1 block from Semiahmoo Mall. Avail. now. $850. Call for appointment to view: 604-541-6276 WHITE ROCK SUNSET VILLA. Large 1 bdrm apt, w/large balcony, cement bldg. d/w, carpeting, f/p. 1 block from Semiahmoo Mall. Avail. July 1st. Call for appointment to view: 604-541-6276 WHITE ROCK. Unobstructed ocean view opposite the pier. 1 bdrm apt N/P. N/S. Suit 1 person. $750/mo. Damage Deposit, lease. Avail July 1st. Refs. (604)536-3764



Have Qualified Tenants Need Homes HOUSES W. Rock, 14046 Blackburn. 4 bdrm & den, 3 baths, H/W flrs. N/S. N/P. July 1. $2450.

CONDOS S. Sry.1870 Southmere Crest. 1 bdrm, 1 bath, grd flr. open flr plan. Lrg patio. N/S. N/P. $950. S. Sry. 15368-16A Ave. 2 bdrm 2 bathrm. Ocean Bay Villa. N/S. N/P. Avail. July 1. $1400 W. Rock 15361 Marine Dr. Lrg 1 bdrm. 1½ bths. Upper 2 lvl. June 16. N/S N/P. $1800 + 50% utils. Call Sheri M 604-535-8080 Plus! Full pictures & info. on our website S,SURREY, 139/34th Ave, House with acreage & 6800sf living space w/pool, $3500/mo. 604-328-2826 S. SURREY. 1 bdrm house, 900 s/f. New paint/carpets. W/D hook-ups. July 1/now. $950. Sm pet ok. Min 1 yr lse 15170-24 Ave. 604-535-3412

Quiet lifestyle with a view.

S. SURREY. 3 bdrm. 2 bath, nice area near park/beach/bus. New carpets & kitchen, lge yard w/big patio. Ns/np. $1775. July 1. 604-319-5901 Peace Arch Area - Nr the New Summerfield area. Bachelor cabin at zero Ave. $595/mo. 604-5383237 or 604-599-1646


WHITE ROCK: Exec 2 level 3000 sf, 3 bdrm, gourmet kitch, 2 lg decks w/ocean view. Suit prof cpl. $2700/mo (604)531-7784





S.SURREY Priv room w/en-ste in newer home, nice view nr shops & bus, ns/np. $700 incld utils. 604531-8147 eve/wkends.




PACIFICA 1580 Everall Street



71ST AND 194th area Brand new 1 brdm coach house and basement suite for rent. each available now for $750.00 includes hydro, cable and internet and insuite laundry. 778-574-5425 CRESCENT PARK Area - 2 bdrm furnished or unfurnished bsmt suite avail July 01 in desirable area. Own entrance. 6 appls. All utilities incld. Free cable/internet. Heated floor in 3 pc bath. Rent $1,000/mo. N/S, N/P. Call 604-290-5560. OCEAN PARK .1 bdrm suite (furn’d optional), phone, laundry, heated floors, wood f/p. Avail July 1. $900/mo. Tricia 604-782-5553. Ocean Park just a stroll to crescent beach bright lge bdrm +den/bdrm garden level 1000sf sep ent priv patio f/p d/washer w/d ns/np july 1. $975/mo. 604-760-4276 2 blocks from P.A.Hosp. South Surrey Reno’d bright, lrg, 1 bdrm, all appl. gas f/p, $850/mo. incl utils. n/s, Avail. now. Refs. 604-538-7405 SOUTH SURREY $1200. Brand new 2 BR - 6 appliances. Security system & utilities. No smoking. No pets. Avail now. 604-560-3338 SOUTH SURREY. 2 or 3 bdrm. bsmt. suites. 5appl., own ldry. $900/mo or $1050 incl hydro. n/s, n/p. Avail. June 15. 778-294-0886. S. SURREY 1 bdrm g/l bsmt ste. NS. Nr beach & amen. Avail. July 1st. $800/mo incl cable & wireless internet. 778-878-3099 S SURREY: 2/Bdrm ste, suit adults, 5/applis, patio, f/p, N/S, N/P. $995/mo inclds utils. 604-535-8778. S. SURREY, lrg. 2 bdrm, walk out bsmt suite, nice patio, quiet area, F/S, micro, W/D, heat / light incl. Avail immed. Must see to appreciate. $1200/mth. (604) 536-5844. S. Surrey/W. Rock. 3 bdrm bsmt suite. 1 bathrm. Lots of prkg. Close to shops & hospital. Nice quiet neighbourhood N/S. Small pet ok. $1100/mo. Call 778-808-5191. WHITE ROCK. 1 bdrm garden level. Private ent. 1200 s/f, 10 min walk to beach. $950 incl utils. Avail July 1. NS/NP. 604-809-2445 WHITE ROCK 1 bdrm. main floor, available July 1. No smoking $750 mo. 604-536-9304 WHITE rock bright 2 bdrm d/w, llaundry full bath, f/p. a/c ns np. $950/mo. lease req. 538-3070. WHITE ROCK: Bright, new & cozy 1/Bdrm. Across fr Hosp. Full bath, in-ste W/D. Priv ent & patio. Alarm. $685/mo incl utils & cbl. July 1. N/S, N/P. Suit single. (778)294-0730.

Call 604-538-4599




WHITE ROCK, 15353 VICTORIA AVE. Great loc., easy walk to beach, 1 bdrm., lge. liv. rm., lge. glass encl. deck with magnificent ocean view. No kit., f., w/d, hot plate. Handyman will get a break on the rent. Only $675 mo. July 1. Call Steve Merkel 604-541-4888

1 Bdrm $795/mo avail now 2 bdrms avail June 15.

WHITE ROCK - Miramar Village, concrete building! Luxury 1 bdrm, hardwood, gas cooktop, air conditioned. 2 parking spots. Ocean and Mountain Views! 1 year lease. N/P, N/S. Available July 1st. $1300. Call 604 999-7843.

Beautiful, large 1 & 2 bedroom suites available. Close to Semiahmoo Mall, rec. centers, transit and White Rock beach. Nestled in a park like setting, with some suites cat friendly, it’s a must see. To view call 604-531-9797 or email and ask for Suada.


Alfred 604-889-6807 Office:604-534-7974 Ext:205


WHITE ROCK Close to Semiahmoo Mall



Serving White Rock / S. Surrey, Surrey, Langley, Delta, Ladner & Tsawwassen Steveston, New West & Coquitlam Call Now! 604-536-0220 or email info: 741


CENTRAL White Rock. 2 Ground Floor Offices in newly renovated building, 1425 sqft bright new office, 747 sq ft office with outside entry. Both incl washroom and u/g pkg, gross rents. 604-536-5639. Advertise across the lower mainland in the 17 best-read community newspapers! Call 604-575-5555

748 SHARED ACCOMMODATION PEACE ARCH-Wanted: Roommate starting July 1st to share house within walking distance to Peace Arch hospital, the bus stop, and the mall. r Rent $450 including internet, cable, utilities. Prefer female. Call 604-535-5469.



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Recently renovated one bedrooms from $795 & up (avail. now) and two bedrooms from $1050 & up (avail July 1st). Spacious, close to beach, shops, and buses.

Call Mike 604-535-7206

WHITE ROCK 1340 Fir St. 1 Bdrm $790/mo incl hot/wtr & heat. Avail immed. N/S, N/P. Please call: (604)536-0196 or (604)842-9581.


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WHITE ROCK central- Garden lvl, 1 bdrm suite, large modern kitchen, bthrm, lounge, a/c, w/d. $850/mo. incl. hydro. N/s, N/p. (604)538-6038 WHITE ROCK hillside Large one bedroom suite with unobstructed view of Semiahmoo Bay. 5 minute walk to beach. Deck, garage parking, gas fireplace, 5 appliances, private entrance. Wireless, cable and gas included. $1200/month + hydro. N/S N/P Available July 1st. Phone 604-536-7336 WHITE ROCK, new 2 bdrm, bright w/o, E. beach, patio & lndry. N/S, N/P. $1195. (778)292-1287 WHITE ROCK. Nr Crescent Beach. Large 1 bdrm. suite. Suit couple. July 1st. Ns/np. $1100/mo. Incl. pool tble & sofa. Lyn 604-542-6210




S. SURREY: 2855-152nd, 2bdrm, 2 full bths, 1000sf, all appls, sec prkg (2 spots). n/s, n/p. Cls to amen. $1180/mo. June 1. (604)538-8902 S. SURREY/WHITE ROCK 1 bdrm. Approx 800 s/f, bright, clean. NS NP. Avail now $800. 604-835-6000 WHITE ROCK: 1 block to beach. Partial ocean view, 3/bdrm + den, 2 decks, garage, gas f/p, 5 applis, N/S, lease. $1850/mo+ utils. Avail July 1st. 778-898-0778. WHITE Rock, 3 bdrm, 1400sf, gas f/p, fam/rm, hrdwd, 1.5 bath, open kit, lndry. $1695. (778)292-1287 WHITE ROCK TOP FL. 2BED-2 BATH, NICE OCEAN VIEWS, 5 APPL. IN SMALL BUILDING, CLOSE TO SHOPS 1850/M, JULY 1, 778.888.3319 WHITE ROCK W., nr school & bus, 3 bdr + ldry, gas f/p, central air. Np /Ns, $1400/mo Jul 1. 604-538-6230





1998 VOLVO S70 2001 PASSAT STATION WAGON. V6 GAS. SILVER, BLACK LEATHER, AUTOMATIC, 160,000 KM, TONNEAU COVER, A/C, CD/ CASSETTE / AM-FM, NEW BRAKES, NEW TIRES, FULL SIZE SPARE, ALLOY RIMS. LADY DRIVEN, WHITE ROCK CAR, SERVICE FULLY UP TO DATE, MUST SELL, BOUGHT ANOTHER VEHICLE $8900 OBO..604-5364165 2002 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr, 4 cyl, 5 spd, std, Lthr seats, 169K. Exc. cond. $6500 604-538-6378 2006 Honda Civic 2 dr coup. Galaxy gray. Auto, p/w, 104kms. Not a rebuild. Dealer maint’d at Surrey Honda $9700. 604-613-4223 2007 ACURA CSX Premium, blue, auto, fully loaded, exc cond, 57,300 km’s, ext’d warranty to 100,000 kms no accid, $18,500. (604)581-8054 2007 TOYOTA Scion TC blue, manual, 2.42, 33,000 kms, sunroof, a/c, cruise, alarm, $15,900. Olivia 604-781-8858 2007 TOYOTA YARIS, 5 dr, H/B, silver, auto., A/C, am/fm/CD, exc cond., $13,300 obo. (604)881-4477. 2008 HONDA FIT H/B, 42,000 kms. 4dr, std, grey. Reduced to $9,800. no accidemts. 604-596-1591 200O HONDA PRELUDE auto, silver, 145K no accidents, aircared for 2 yrs. Xcond. $8500. 778-889-3573 2010 NISSAN VERSA, auto, 4dr hatchback, red, options, low km’s, $9500 firm. 604-538-4883



2001 Chevy Venture: V6 mini van, gold, p/l, p/w, cd, AirCared, runs excellent! $2200. obo. (604)765-4245.

Leather int. Mint cond. $3888: (604)507-7167

Notice is hereby given that on June 18, 2010 at White Rock / Surrey U-Lock, 15028 32nd Avenue, in the city of Surrey, B.C., Province of British Columbia the undersigned White Rock / Surrey U-Lock will sell the personal property heretofore stored with the undesigned by:

2001 ISUZU NPR 16’box w/power tailgate. 210,000 mls. $13,500. 604584-7678 or 604-418-6913


2001 MAZDA MVP - DX, 7 pass. 2.5L, no accid. loaded, local, Air/C, low K, $4295 teal grn 604-613-5989


1992 NISSAN PATHFINDER 4x4 aircared 2 years, 80% tires, exc cond, $2299/obo. 604-721-5211. 2002 Ford Escape XLS, 4 cyl, 5spd, 225K. Aircared. Good runner. Great on gas. $3800obo: 604-531-9889 2005 MAZDA TRIBUTE, 1 owner, beige, 90,000kms, $12,000. Great condition. (604)533-2429



Tenant: DENNIS MIKA Locker # 6040D 2002 DODGE RAM SLT 1500. 4 dr, 4x4, 195K, V8, Auto, Full load options, leather seats, New truck tires, Rad & water pump, Bed liner. Good condition. $9250. Call 778-571-0484 (after 6pm)

1998 TOYOTA SIENNA, green, 164kms, A/C, no accidents. $4,900. Good cond. (604)728-0390


1998 TOYOTA SIENNA LE. Loaded, AirCared, 7 pass, 196K, keyless. $7500 obo. 604-812-1278

2005 Ford 350 super duty diesel, dully, loaded, remote start long box 136,000k. $24,500. 778-833-3536.




NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS NOTICE is hereby given that Creditors and others having claims against the Estate of Hendrik Adrian Priester also known as Hendrik A. Priester also known as Henri Adrian Priester also known as Henri A. Priester, formerly of 14132 - 20th Avenue, Surrey, BC, Deceased, who died on the 24th day of March, 2010, are hereby required to send the particulars thereof to the undersigned Executrix, c/o Robert L. Harris, Esq., McEachern Harris & Brown, Barristers & Solicitors, 22334 McIntosh Avenue, Maple Ridge, BC, V2X 3C1 on or before the 5th day of July, 2010, after which date the estate’s assets will be distributed, having regard only to the claims that have been received.


2001 FORD WINDSTAR LTD. F/loaded, tan, auto, 158K, very good cond. $4600. 604-951-3704

Tenant: HELGI HELGASON Locker # 8002E



NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS RE: The Estate of DOROTHY ANNE MARY LEWIS, deceased, formerly of Evergreen Baptist Care Home, 150 Oxford Street, White Rock, BC. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of DOROTHY ANNE MARY LEWIS are hereby notified under Section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executor, DARRELL POWELL, c/o PERRY & COMPANY, Barristers and Solicitors, P.O. Box 790, Smithers, BC, V0J 2N0, after which date the Executors will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims which the Executors has notice. DARRELL POWELL

Marlene Vicki Tabbernor, Executrix



Executor of the Will of, DOROTHY ANNE MARY LEWIS, Deceased.




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1979 Porsche 928 8 cylinder, red, 187kms, same owner 15yrs. $5100 OBO. Call 604-856-4417 1996 HONDA ACCORD EXR - 4 dr. sedan, 4 cyl. loaded, local, Air/C. green, low k, $3495 (604)613-5989



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2001 HONDA Shadow 600 black w/black saddlebags, 2,600 org rural miles. $4700. 604-220-5005. 2005 GSW 50CC SCOOTER, windshield, gear kit, exc condition, $2250. Call: (604)535-8659 2009 KAWASAKI Ninja 500R, 5950 kms, showroom cond. Perfect for beginners! $4900. 604.841-3759.

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While we maintain a large inventory of new Toyota automobiles, in some cases an order may be required. All offers include freight and pre-delivery inspection, tire and battery levy and air conditioning federal excise tax. Federal and provincial sales taxes are not included in the monthly payments. Monthly purchase finace plans are available from Toyota Financial Services on approved credit. Example: $10,000 financed at 0% requires 48 monthly payments of $208.33. Total cost of borrowing is $0 and there are no administration fees. Disclaimer for 1.9/2.9% financing: Financing for terms up to 36 months at 1.9% APR. Example: $10,000 financed at 1.9% over three years requires 36 monthly payments of $285.99. Total cost of borrowing is $295.64. Financing for terms up to 36 months at 2.9% APR: Example: $10,000 financed at 2.9% over three years requires 36 monthly payments of $290.37. Total cost of borrowing is $453.32 and there are no administration fees. Finance offers and cash discounts are mutually exclusive and can not be combined.


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