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ome parents say abortion protesters crossed a line last week when they brought their message to the sidewalk outside of a local middle school, but one of the men behind the demonstrations disagrees. Last Tuesday and Wednesday, as students were dismissed from

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class, protesters held large signs and passed out pamphlets that included graphic depictions of aborted fetuses on the sidewalk outside of Chilliwack middle school and directly across from Chilliwack secondary.

Gord Byers, who has three children who attend the school, said that middle schoolers are too young to have to confront such graphic images and such a controversial issue. “There’s a place and time for it, but they don’t need to be where

they are,” said Byers. Both city officials and the RCMP received calls about the protesters. The RCMP determined that it was a city bylaw issue. City spokesperson Starlee Renton said that a bylaw officer was deployed to the

area and found that the protesters—who were on a public sidewalk—did not pose a safety hazard and were not obstructing traffic, although they were the target of frequent verbal barbs from parents. Renton said the city concluded that the Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects the right of the protesters to be at that location. See ABORTION, Page 15

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errick Kramer and his family have been camping and visiting their cabin near Chilliwack Lake for four decades but now, clearcuts are ruining the experience. “In 38 years it’s the worst I’ve ever seen up there,” Kramer told the Times Monday. “It’s the most atrocious thing I’ve seen and I’ve seen a lot of logging. It breaks my heart.” Kramer owns a cabin in Post Creek, a recreational subdivision of 85 cabins adjacent to Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, which is the easternmost development in the Chilliwack River Valley. Kramer and others from the Post Creek Ratepayers Association are angry about a timber licence recently issued to Tamihi Logging that will see clearcuts in northern spotted owl habitat right across the road near the entrance to the provincial park. “My main concern is the spotted See SPOTTED OWL, Page 15

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Canaan Williams, 6, heads out to compete in the Buckskin Single Paddle event during the 54th annual Cultus Lake Water Sports festival on Saturday. Dad David shadowed young Canaan during the race which ended abruptly for the brave young tyke when he flipped his dugout canoe.

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“Get in on the Buzz”

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o the dismay of his victim’s family, the killer of a Harrison Hot Springs woman was sentenced Thursday to spend just four more years in jail, despite meeting the criteria to be designated a dangerous offender. Sidney Robinson, 54, was convicted last year of manslaughter for the 2007 stabbing death of Holly McFadden. Robinson had been charged with second degree murder, but Justice Brian Joyce ruled that recent crack cocaine use and inconsistent use of anxiety medication combined to render the Abbotsford man unable to form the intent required for a murder conviction. After the manslaughter conviction, Crown counsel sought to have Robinson termed as a dangerous offender, a designation that carries with it an indefinite prison term. Defence counsel conceded that while Robinson met the criteria to be designated a dangerous offender, but that the danger he posed to the

Holly McFadden community could be substantially reduced and thus Robinson should instead be termed a “long-term offender.” That designation carries with it a defined prison sentence along with a 10-year sentence to be served under the supervision of parole officers. Canadian case law dictates that when a criminal meets both the dangerous offender and long-term

With that ruling, it fell to Joyce to offender criteria, that a long-term offender order should be impo- impose a jail sentence. Crown counsel asked for a sentensed. The sentence, then, hung on whether Joyce thought Robinson ce of 10 to 12 years, while defence could be rehabilitated to the point requested a sentence of eight to 10 where he was no longer a danger to years. Joyce sided with the Crown, sentencing Robinson to 12 years in society. Joyce found “that there is a sub- jail. However, because Robinson’s crime was convicstantial risk that Mr. ted in 2007, when Robinson will reofsentencing guidefend.” But the juslines encouraged tice also expressed cannot talk about judges to give twoconfidence that the for-one credit for risk may be dimi- ‘curing’ Mr. Robinson.” time served before nished by the time Justice Brian Joyce sentencing, RobinRobinson is 68 and son will spend four his supervised senmore years in jail. tence ends. Joyce recommended, but can“In this case, one cannot talk about ‘curing’ Mr. Robinson,” Joyce said. not require, parole officials to place “He cannot be cured from his trau- Robinson in the Rehabilitation Unit matic brain injury and the psycho- of Correction Service Canada’s Regiological difficulties flowing from it.” nal Treatment Centre, a facility with But Joyce said that the combination experience helping rehabilitate brainof treatment, supervision “and the injured inmates. He also recommennatural aging and mellowing pro- ded the placement of Robinson in cess permit the court to conclude a halfway house that provides close that there is a reasonable possibility supervision following his release. of eventual control of the risk within See MURDER, Page 15 the community.”

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Chilliwack man is facing a long recovery after being seriously injured while fighting a forest fire near Slave Lake, Alta. Justin Campbell, a crew boss on a Ministry of Forests firefighting unit, sustained a fractured disc in his spine, two fractured ribs and a severely broken femur when he was struck by a falling tree top. He is currently at the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton. He had two back surgeries over the weekend and was moved from the intensive care unit to the trauma unit. On Monday, doctors planned to start physiotherapy to see how much nerve damage Campbell had suffered. Campbell’s family has set up a Facebook page on which it is posting updates for the fallen firefighter. On Saturday, his wife, Lauralee, wrote that Justin’s first surgery went well. “He was able to sit up a bit and enjoy

some of the hockey game,” she wrote. “He has full range of motion in his arms and is able to move his feet. He was in excellent spirits and is joking a lot with the nurses.” Campbell was working a line near the fire-ravaged town of Slave Lake when another firefighter attempted to fall a tree top. The top, however, bounced off another nearby tree and slammed into Campbell, who had just seconds to prepare himself. “Another firefighter yelled at him and we’re lucky he did or else he wouldn’t be here,” his aunt, Shawna Lee Seward, told the Times. But Campbell was in immense pain, thanks to his broken femur—the huge leg bone above the knee. Seward said her nephew faces a long road back. It will take four or five months until Justin is able to walk properly. The family is preparing for a difficult few months financially with Lauralee having taken time off work, Justin facing months of rehab, the possibility they will need to hire someone to

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Ministry of Forests firefighter Justin Campbell, who lives in Chilliwack, is recovering in an Alberta hospital after being seriously injured on the job. assist him at home, and they have two kids to support. “They’re going to be having financial hardship,” said Seward. The family is in the planning stages to hold a fundraiser in Chilliwack. In the meantime, a bank account has been set up to accept donations to

assist the family. Donations to the Justin Campbell Recovery Fund can be made after 11 a.m. Tuesday at any Scotiabank branch. Readers can follow his recovery and leave messages of support on a Facebook page titled “Status update for Justin Campbell.”

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Kyra Jandrew has been missing since Saturday.

hilliwack Mounties are looking for a 16year-old girl last seen on Sunday. Kyra Jandrew was seen at around noon on Saturday in Chilliwack. She is believed to be in the Vancouver area and was last seen in the early morning hours of June 5 at 404 East 43 Ave. in Vancouver. “The police are obviously very concerned for her safety,” said RCMP spokesperson

Const. Tracy Wolbeck. “Kyra is operating at an age much younger than she actually is and we want to make sure she is returned home safely.” She is described as fivefoot-six, 111 pounds, with blonde/brown shoulderlength hair. ◗ If you know Jandrew’s whereabouts, contact Chilliwack RCMP at 604-792-4611 and ask for the on duty GIST member.

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olice say alcohol and speed were likely factors in a crash in Harrison Hot Springs that claimed the life of a 19year-old man Saturday evening. Mounties say a black 2007 Honda Civic Coupe with three occupants was headed south on Rockwell Road when it hit an unoccupied vehicle on the side of the road, then struck a hydro pole. The occupants of the car were airlifted to Royal Columbia Hospital in New Westminster, where a 19-year-old passenger from Delta died from his injuries. A second passenger, a woman in her 20s, is

in serious condition, while the driver, a man in his 20s, also sustained serious injuries. The driver is under investigation for impaired driving causing death. The crash was one of two deadly accidents on Lower Mainland roads Saturday night. “Two lives have tragically been lost and it could have completely been avoided,” said RCMP Sgt. Peter Thiessen on Sunday. Thiessen said both accidents could have been prevented if drivers had adhered to posted speed limits. “Just because the weather’s getting better and roads are getting drier and visibility is clear, doesn’t mean you can increase your speed,” he noted. - with files from Sarah Douziech, The Province

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cleaver-wielding man was arrested after attempting to steal cigarettes from a convenience store early Sunday morning. Mounties say a man armed with a cleaver entered the Yale Road 7-Eleven at around 5:30 a.m. The man demanded the clerk give him cigarettes, attempted to jump over the counter, then swung a floor sign at the store attendant. He missed, though, and fled the store empty-handed. With the help of a police dog, Mounties tracked the man to a Williams Road apart-

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riginally scheduled for June 13—the night of game six (if necessary) in the Stanley Cup finals—Bill Vander Zalm’s travelling anti-Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) road show will be in Chilliwack on June 16. Vander Zalm is the leader of the Fight HST campaign and will be at the Coast Hotel for a town hall meeting along with lead organizer Chris Delaney to promote the “yes” side in the upcoming referendum on the HST. The “yes” side wants to extinguish the HST, while the “no” side supports keeping the tax, which replaced the PST and the GST in B.C. last year. Three million registered voters in British Columbia should begin to receive referendum packages in the mail starting June 13, depending on the impact of a rotating Canadawide postal strike. Local Fight HST campaigner Glen Thompson said Vander Zalm’s Chilliwack visit has now been confirmed for June 16 from 8 to 9:30 p.m. “I was at the HST debate in Surrey [on June

2] and spoke with Vander Zalm before and after,” Thompson said via email. “He really wiped out the pro-side and he’s very excited as are we to have him coming to Chilliwack.” Another local Fight HST campaigner, Clive Edwards, received a load of Fight HST lawn signs on Thursday, which campaigners started to put up around Chilliwack on Saturday. The Fight HST campaign has brought together some strange bedfellows. Edwards was the federal Western Block Party candidate in Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon and is working with Thompson, an NDP campaigner, as well as federal and provincial NDP candidate Gwen O’Mahony. Chilliwack MLA John Les told the Times Friday that Vander Zalm will likely draw a crowd because of his charisma, but he thinks the former premier is being disingenuous in his campaign. “I think he has done a great disservice to the province,” Les said. “The basic elements of the HST, he still does not understand or does not want to understand. He has propagated a lot of misinformation. “I doubt very much if folks go to his event they will come away better informed about the HST.”

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he Yale First Nation Treaty was ratified in the provincial legislature Thursday but Sto:lo leaders who oppose it want to remind people the deal is far from done. “It isn’t a treaty until it goes through the regular process,” Sto:lo Tribal Council Grand Chief Clarence Pennier told the Times Monday. “It went through two processes so far and it has to go through the federal government and through the Senate as well.” Both the Sto:lo Tribal Council (STC) and the Sto:lo Nation (SN)—bodies that represent thousands of First Nations people in the area—have expressed opposition to the treaty approved by the 66 members of the Yale Band. The main source of conflict is over the so-called Five Mile Fishery—a stretch of the Fraser Canyon from Yale to Sawmill Creek claimed by the Yale but which is also a location where Sto:lo families have fished for centuries. Sto:lo fishing families have had many conflicts with the Yale over the years, something they fear will only get worse with this treaty. Under the terms of the treaty, the Yale Indian Band believes it will be able to approve who fishes in the canyon, despite the constitutionally protected right all First Nations have to fish. Whenaskedabouttheongoing conflict and the govern-

ment’s support of the treaty, Chilliwack MLA John Les said the groups need to resolve the matter themselves. “I’m not unaware, obviously, of that opposition and what needs to happen is the Yale and the Sto:lo have got to get together and sort this out amongst themselves,” he said. “This is certainly not the only place in B.C. where there are overlapping claims.” But Pennier said Yale Chief Robert Hope is not willing to negotiate so they are taking their fight to the public bodies that support the treaty. “Our beef is with the government because they haven’t recognized the title and rights of the Sto:lo,” he said. “They are just hiding behind this treaty.” Underlying much of the dispute and frustrating to many Sto:lo leaders is the long-held claim from Chief Hope that Yale are a distinct First Nations band from the Sto:lo. “It’s all Sto:lo territory,” Pennier said. “Yale isn’t a separate nation. They never have been. They are Sto:lo and have been and will continue to be.” Pennier said he wished the government would listen and provide guaranteed access for Sto:lo fishing families to the sites in question within the treaty, but if they don’t, the courts will be the last resort. “If [the government] is not going to make changes then we’ll have to go to court and it’s such a waste of money,” he said. “They know what the history is.”

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love summer. I know it feels like it isn’t coming at all this year, but the Earth’s orbit is inevitably bringing this hemisphere closer to the sun (which is often hidden behind clouds, but is still there!). The days are getting longer, the nights shorter. My tan is making a valiant attempt at a comeback. More importantly, this is summer movie season. There are a few big blockbusters I’m planning to see in the theatres, sure. I’ve already seen Thor (fun popcorn movie, as goofy and good-natured as its main character), and I’ll probably see the new Pirates of the Caribbean sequel (the book it’s very loosely based upon, On Stranger Tides, is my all-time favourite magic-and-pirates novel) and maybe Cowboys and Aliens. But this is also the season when I like to sink back on the couch on a warm evening and pop a movie in the DVD player. For the list of movies I might see this summer is rather short, and the movies I won’t see is rather long. I’d rather be dragged across hot coals than watch Michael Bay direct a bunch of robots spewing horrible dialogue. Also, I understand there are Transformers in his new movie. So let me share with you my short DVD list for the summer. If the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie sinks like a leaky galleon,

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Be Our Guest I can always rent a few good pirate movies. Like Captain Blood, one of Errol Flynn’s first big roles. This is a classic swashbuckler, with a big mid-movie duel between Flynn and Basil Rathbone. As far as westerns go, there are plenty of big-sky adventures on the video store shelves. I tend to gravitate towards the ones where white hats and black hats aren’t much in evidence. Anyone who’s seen the classic The Searchers remembers watching John Wayne’s dogged pursuit of his kidnapped niece. The question of whether he’ll kill her or rescue her lingers until the end of the movie. Or, on the funny side, there’s Destry Rides Again, one of Jimmy Stewart’s early westerns. Stewart rides into a typically rough, brutal western town and takes over as sheriff, then proceeds to wander around without a gun, avoiding fights, and carving napkin rings. He spends most of the movie baffling the local thugs, rather than gunning them down.

Some of the best stories being told on film aren’t coming from the movie theatres. They’re coming from television. You can have your big, Hollywood dramas with Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett. I’ll take another season of Breaking Bad, thank you very much. Breaking Bad is the story of a brilliant chemist who flailed his way through life until he found himself an underpaid high school teacher in New Mexico, working a second job washing cars to pay for his family’s new late-in-life baby. Then he gets the brilliant idea to solve his financial problems in one fell swoop: he’ll just cook up some methamphetamine. Things go about as badly as you might predict. Rather than allow Brian Cranston’s main character to justify himself, the writers continually show that he’s motivated not by his family’s welfare, but by a twisted mixture of pride, stubbornness and anger. Over the first two seasons, he’s gone from a misguided schlub to a ruthless kingpin in the making. The third season of the show is out on DVD soon. So between pirates, outlaws, and cowboys, I think I’ve got the dog days of summer just about licked. ◗ Matthew Claxton is a reporter with the LangleyAdvance.

he sentence handed down to Sidney Robinson last week for the killing of Holly McFadden seems, on the face of it, to be unjust. It’s not, but it does reveal problems with the management of our justice system. First, Justice Brian Joyce had to decide whether Robinson could ever be rehabilitated and live safely in the community. His judgment that he could, meant that Robinson would be declared a long-term offender and handed a definite sentence, rather than the indefinite sentence handed out to dangerous offenders, for which Robinson also met the criteria. The justice had his reasons for making that decision, and when it came time to hand out a sentence, the justice chose from the more severe end of the scale, handing down a sentence of 12 years in jail. Robinson, however, has already served four years in jail and, under old rules now abandoned, will receive double time credit for those years. That leaves four more years in jail, for a total sentence of eight years. Eight years is still a long time, but Robinson will only have had the full range of federal rehabilitation services available to him for half that time. That means, for a crime that netted him a total sentence of 12 years in jail, Robinson will only receive federal prison treatment for one-third of that time. Then he will be released, albeit under the eye of the Parole Board of Canada. While the practice of giving “double time” to criminals has been abandoned (with the effect of reducing an offender’s incentive to stall), the less-than-ideal pre-trial conditions that formed the reason behind such the practice have not changed. The result is twofold. First, the necessary rehabilitation function served by prison is constantly diminished. And secondly, sentences like that given to Robinson seem unsatisfactory to the families of victims and society as a whole. Our justice system needs to remain just and fair and move at a faster pace. Our crime rate is not skyrocketing and there’s no evidence that harsher sentences will help any. But even if we do need tougher sentences, they will do little if we don’t first speed up the justice system we have.

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Overall disbelief a much safer bet Editor: In the Faith Today section of the June 2 Times an article appeared entitled “God, poker and probabilities” written by Vern Tompke. As a regular reader of your print edition I thought I would write in with a different perspective on Pascal’s Wager, which has been refuted many times since it was first proposed in the 17th century by both theologians and secular thinkers alike. On the surface, Pascal’s wager seems like a nobrainer. One should believe because in believing you either lose nothing or gain everything. If only the real world were so simple, and in the spirit of Vern Tompkes’s article I will look at the probabilities and see how the problem looks in the real world, not how it looks through faith-coloured glasses. Let’s think of the existence of God as a yes or no question as Tompke suggests, with 50 per cent chance of yes and 50 per cent chance of no. Then, in the 50 per cent chance of god or gods being real, think of all the other religions in the world (there are thousands), and that they all take a small percentage of that chance, leaving the chance that your religion is the correct one to be very small. Then consider every potential god that humans have ever believed in. Now

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think what the chance is that belief in the god of your religion is correct: it is extremely small, indeed. All the while, non-belief still gives you a 50 per cent chance of being correct. Now for those who think “Hey, honest mistake, I still believed at least.” Turn your attention to some religious rules. Christianity, for example, states “you shall have no other gods before me.” (10 Commandments). While just simply disbelieving has not a mention in the commandments. This means if you chose the wrong religion you would be punished worse than simply disbelieving, (also I can guess that there are plenty of other religions that follow this ruling). So, overall, disbelief is a much safer bet. Steve Wood Chilliwack

Ostomy story tastefully done Editor: An article by Chilliwack Times reporter Cornelia Naylor in the May 24 edition featuring the Chilliwack Ostomy Association and Loanne Smith was tastefully done. We, the members who belong to the Chilliwack Ostomy Association, were pleased and thankful to both Cornelia and Loanne for the article. Loanne was very brave to tell her story and shows a maturity not often seen in one so young. Sometimes, the general public is not aware of the number of people, both young and old, that live with an ostomy. Until my husband was diagnosed with colon cancer 15 years ago

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Sardis Falcons finish 12th The Sardis secondary girls soccer squad finished 12th in B.C. after competing at the provincial championships last weekend in Kamloops. The tournament got off to a bad start on Thursday, as Sardis fell 3-1 to Point Grey. Not only did two lucky bounces help the Vancouver school take a lead, but Sardis lost key player Dani Rushke to a knee injury. Rushke’s absence would be felt, but Sardis was still able to win its next game 21 against Panorama Ridge. Janelle Neil scored on a free kick from just outside the 18yard box and Danika Ferris

Jock scraps stopped a penalty kick in the 60th minute to set the stage for Madison Tetz to head in a Madison Welch cross in the final minute for the win. Alas, the victory was the only one for Sardis as the Falcons dropped their next three games. Cricket team keeps winning Richmond Cricket Club came out to Meadowbrook

DOLLZ, from page 10 that Powers says can be played by anyone. “You can be as good as you want to be,” she said. “There’s a place for everybody.” Powers is a blocker who describes her job thusly: “As a blocker your job is to get your ass in front of a blocker. As long as you have hips, which most women do, you just have to learn how to use them.” There’s also the matter of skating on roller skates. Before competing, skaters must pass a test that ensures they are comfortable with four wheels strapped to each foot. The Derby Dollz are currently in the process of getting enough skaters to that point. By the fall, they hope to split into two teams and begin scrimmaging. In the meantime, they are practising twice a week. Powers, the non-athlete, used to feel uncomfortable in team sports, feeling the best players dominated less skilled oppo-

Park Saturday to take on British Columbia Mainland Cricket League Division 2 leaders Eastern District (Chilliwack). Chilliwack won the toss and batted, scoring 218 all out with Kiwis Scott Anderson and Adrian Fong scoring 58 and 48 runs, respectively. Kris Mellasetty blasted 37 not out off just 21 balls to help the Stags to their final total. Richmond’s innings started well but Jamaal Joseph ripped the heart out of the chase with two wickets in two overs. Richmond finished their innings with 92 all out, giving Chilliwack their fourth win of the season in four games.

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Ink drying on Great Canadian Gaming bingo deal BY PAUL J. HENDERSON phenderson@chilliwacktimes.com

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reat Canadian Gami n g Co r p o ra t i o n’s (GCGC) $10 million purchase of the Chilliwack Bingo Association (CBA) is now complete, the company announced last week. The deal was made in March and on May 14, the 49 charities that make up the CBA voted to accept the offer from GCGC to pur-

chase the operation, which includes approval for the development of a community gaming centre. The final acquisition was subject to completion of a definitive purchase agree-

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on Olds Drive which the CBA previously bought in 2008 for $6.5 million. That is where GCGC intends to develop the community gaming centre with 150 slots to start. CBA generated the great-

est bingo revenues in B.C. during the 2009-2010 fiscal year and recorded $900,000 in earnings during the 20102011 fiscal year, according to a GCGC press release. In addition to the $10 mil-

lion, the charities behind the CBA will received “future trailing payments” over 20 years “dependent on the level of future slot win generated by a future community gaming centre.”

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News SPOTTED OWL, from page 1 owl,” Kramer said. “But secondly, it’s the last thing people see driving to the provincial park. It’s just disgusting.” The habitat of the northern spotted owl—an endangered species that’s all but wiped out in the wild in southwestern B.C.—continues to be logged while those owls in captivity are having poor success at breeding. For a second consecutive year, not one northern spotted owl in B.C.’s captive-breeding program gave birth to young. “It’s very unfortunate,” said biologist Ian Blackburn, spotted owl recovery co-ordinator for B.C.’s Min-

Park visitors greeted by clearcut hillsides istry of Environment. “This year we had two fertile eggs, but they failed to hatch.” The province has implemented a new management plan for the owls that allows logging of habitat in the Chilliwack Forest District. Blackburn said the three categories of owl habitat recognized in the management plan include: ◗ 128,200 hectares of parks and other protected areas. ◗ 27,100 hectares of Wildlife Habitat Areas that are “managed future habitat areas.” Logging is permitted in these areas but 15 or 40 of the largest

trees per hectare must be retained in the stand, depending on the site, while maintaining 10 per cent of the overall forest. ◗ 71,400 hectares of Wildlife Habitat Areas managed as “long-term owl habitat areas” in which destruction of owl habitat is not allowed. Logging is allowed to “create and enhance” habitat for owls such as thinning second-growth. Blackburn confirmed there are exemptions in the latter category that do, in fact, allow logging as a way to offset timber losses to companies in other areas for spotted owl

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A Yarrow Days parade watcher gets a handshake from a belly dancer on Saturday. For more photos from Yarrow Days visit www.chilliwacktimes.com. MURDER, from page 3 Holly McFadden’s sister Coral McFadden was unhappy with the ruling. “The sentence Robinson now enjoys is one of no conscequence,” she wrote in a statement to the Times. “He can ride out the next few years in jail, and when he is released if he acts violently again he will go through the whole legal system, yet again, for the fourth or fifth time before he is back in jail. Robinson has had a full career of providing employment to members of the legal profession. “If Judge Joyce had sentenced Robinson using the Dangerous Offender designation, Robinson would have had severe penalties governing his behaviour with strict outcomes if he continued to abuse alcohol and drugs, did not take his

protection. Of the seven exemptions, five went to Tamihi Logging, the largest of which is 142 hectares at Ford Mountain and Post Creek in the Chilliwack River Valley. Although the site has had logging in the past, it contains numerous mature Douglas fir and western red cedar trees exceeding one metre in diameter. Area residents are upset at the pending logging there because they assumed that living next to a Wildlife Habitat Area for endangered spotted owls would reduce

Byers would like to have seen something done, and said the demonstrators did nearly cause an accident. But he also put the onus on the demonstrators to pick an appropriate spot to protest. “If you’re doing that sort of stuff, you have to have some sort of morals as well.” Fellow parent Andrea Dunphy agrees. “It only makes me lose respect for their message,” she told the Times. She said many middle schoolers aren’t even interested yet in the opposite sex. “They don’t even like to see tampons in stores, much less dead baby fetuses,” she said. “I don’t have a problem with freedom of speech or freedom of demonstration, but I think they need to use some common sense about their audience.” But one of the people behind the protest said that teenagers are the protesters’ audience. “We picked the middle school and the secondary school specifically because that’s around the ages where they’re getting sex education,” said JonathonVan Maren.“If you’re old

A history of violence Robinson had a troubled life as a child and a long criminal history that showed a pattern of violence against women, according to court testimony. As a child he was physically abused by his father and sexually abused by an older brother. He first experimented with drugs when he was 10

and by the time he was 15, he was drinking heavily. He successfully owned two doughnut shops and fathered three children in Ontario in the mid-1980s, but by the end of the decade, he was drinking excessively, associating with “unsavoury characters,” and cheating on his wife. In 1989, he trashed his own business and raped a former extended family member—as the court described the victim. He was sentenced to two years in jail for sexual assault. In 1992, while living in Mission he broke into the bedroom of his landlady, who lived upstairs from him, laid on top of her, pressed a knife to her throat and told her that he wanted to steal her bank cards. The theft was interrupted by police after the

the likelihood of logging. “It’s really disturbing,” said spokesman Glen Thompson of Friends of the Chilliwack River Valley. “Who thought putting a Wildlife Habitat Area in there would bring more logging? “We thought it would be the opposite. This caught us off guard.” Joe Foy, national campaign director for the Wilderness Committee, described the rules governing “managed future habitat areas” to be “weak and lily-livered” and do nothing to address the pressing immediate habitat needs. “We don’t have 200 years,” he said. “The owl is almost gone.” - with files from Larry Pynn, Vancouver Sun

Lost respect for protestors

enough to have sex, you’re old enough to know the consequences of what that might be.” Van Maren led protests last month in front of the courthouse. He said the group decided to move in front of the schools because there was more foot traffic in the area. He said the focus was the secondary school across the street, but that he didn’t have a problem with handing out pamphlets to middle schoolers either. And he dismissed concerns over the psychological impact of the graphic images on children. “I talked to a lot of kids over the couple days,” he said. “Not one of the kids was in any way disturbed or aggravated. They come, they’re curious, they ask questions, they make really interesting responses. The only people who got worked up at all about the protests were adults. No kids got worked up at any point.”

Only attacked women in their homes medication, or behaved in a violent, aggresive manner. He would go directly back to jail with no further wasting of time and money. “No other women would have to suffer at the hands of this evil man— for it is important to remember that Robinson only attacks women—in their homes, with a knife, raping, robbing and murdering.”

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woman’s son called police. After serving another two-year jail sentence, he remarried. That didn’t last, however. In 2004, he was given a suspended sentence and probation for assaulting his wife in April of 2000 and then, in 2001 while living in B.C., threatening over the phone to drive to her Alberta home and “finish her off.” In September 2000, Robinson was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident that damaged the frontal lobe of his brain. In 2005, he assaulted a female friend with whom he was living and again given a suspended sentence. Two years later, Robinson was drinking 40 ounces of whiskey and smoking eight to 10 marijuana joints each day. He later said that

only marijuana and alcohol made his life tolerable. In the days before the killing, Robinson tried crack cocaine for the first time and found that it lifted his depression. On the evening of June 29, 2007, he drove to McFadden’s house to ask her for money to buy drugs. Robinson and McFadden—a 53year-old Kwantlen College computer teacher—were friends and would often drink coffee and tea together and talk. When he arrived, Robinson asked to use the bathroom. A struggle ensued, and a boarder at the home left to fetch help. A neighbour arrived to see Robinson stabbing McFadden “in an apparent frenzy.” Minutes later McFadden was dead from four stab wounds. He drove off with money from her purse and was arrested that same day in Mission.

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xplore the scenic beauty of Ryder Lake and re-connect with the country at the 13th annual Ryder Lake Ramble June 11 and 12. Ryder Lake is a unique rural area within the City of Chilliwack. Enjoy the rolling hillsides, hobby farms, friendly neighbours, butterflies, birds, flowers and a charm that is hard to find. The 13th annual Ryder Lake Ramble is a way to show off the best of that charm to all, and is especially popular with those who never get a chance to see rural life. Between 750 and 1,500 people attend the self-guided Ramble each year, depending on the weather. The event began in 1998 and is

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meets every month on the second and fourth Thursdays (June 9) from noon to 3 p.m. in the Slesse Room of Evergreen Hall. Bring your lunch. Anyone interested in lace is welcome. Lessons in bobbin lace are available. For more information call Hylda Law at 604-858-4953 or Jenny Althoff at 604-823-4705.

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Garden club meets The Chilliwack Garden Club meets June 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Cooke’s Presbyterian Church, 4585 Wellington Ave. for a rose show. Newcomers are invited to attend. Knitting circle The Chilliwack Common Threads Knitting Circle’s monthly swap takes place on the second Wednesday (June 8) of every month at 7 p.m. at Carman United Church on Vedder Rd. Tea and goodies shared. For more information contact loriangela@telus.net.

a popular showcase for agricultural tourism. From an English country garden to llamas and alpacas to Dr. Henry Pauls’ display of more than 300 varieties of Siberian Iris, the Ramble is a hit with Chilliwack residents as well as people from across the Lower Mainland and beyond. The Ramble goes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $5 per person or $15 per car load. Tickets are available at the Ryder Lake Hall, 49265 Elkview Rd., or at Ryder Lake Llamas & Alpaca at 48180 Elkview Rd. For a list of venues and to find out more about the event, visit www.ryderlakeramble. ca.

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The Sardis O.A.P.O. #173, at 5725 Tyson Rd. in Chilliwack, (604-858-4066) invites everyone over the age of 50 to come and check it out. The club offers the following activities throughout the week: bingo, carpet bowling, cribbage, paper tole, rummoli, whist and a variety of card games on games night. The club hosts a whist tournament on June 9. They also host a monthly potluck and flea market. For more details and a calendar call Ann at 604-858-0066.

Autism society meets The Fraser Valley Autism Society meets June 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Fraser Valley Child Development Centre, at 45474 Luckakuck Way. Koreen Hiildreth, from CLBC’s eligibility facility will speak about the transition to adulthood. Drop-in fee is $2; first-time guests and members free. For more information, visit www.fraservalleyautism.com Haiti presentation Lion Robert Prinse will talk about his trip to Haiti and show photos of the people and country after the earthquake June 9 at 7 p.m. at the Chilliwack Lions Club Hall on Hope River Road. Coffee and Doughnuts served. Book sale The Chilliwack Library book sale returns on June 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and June 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come early to load up on the specials. 60-year grad reunion Chilliwack senior secondary’s grad class of 1951 is having a 60-year reunion luncheon June 10 at noon at the high school cafeteria. All former classmates are invited. Cost is $16 in person. For details call Donna at 604-795-5555 or Ellen at 604-858-3458. Spring dance fundraiser Steller’s Jay Lions Club is

Community events hosting a spring dance fundraiser featuring raffles, prize and food on June 10 at 7 p.m. at the Mt. Cheam Lions Hall, at 45580 Spadina Ave. For tickets ($15) call Carol at 604858-5716.

Community Fun Day Cornerstone Christian Reformed Church, at 9800 McNaught Rd, hosts a free community fun day on June 11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. . Fun, free food, refreshments, and entertainment for the entire family. For details visit www.cornerstonecrc.ca. Vintage car parade The Chilliwack chapter of the of the Vintage Car Club of Canada hosts its 18th annual Church Parade of Collector Vehicles June 12 and a special worship service at 11 a.m. at Cultus Lake Memorial Church. Those wishing to drive in the parade should meet at the Visitors Information Centre on Luckakuck Way no later than 10:15 a.m. For details call Weldon at 604-792-6290. SPCA fundraiser The BCSPCA Chilliwack hosts its second annual Cocktails for Critters fundraiser June 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Ric’s Grill. Appetizers and some of B.C.’s finest wines. Tickets are $25 and can be bought at Ric’s Grill at 100-45300 Luckakuck Way, or by contacting Ivanna at the SPCA at 604-823-6612 or Chilliwack@spca.bc.ca. Work of Your Hands Chilliwack Christian Women’s Club sponsors“The Work of Your Hands Brunch,” featuring the craftwork of Wendy McKie, music from Pat Elzinga and a story from Patty Tyson, on June 14 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Best Western Rainbow Country Inn. Cost is $14. Reserve before June 10 by calling Dawn at 604-846-8407, or emailing doristhiessen@ yahoo.ca. Family and Friends invited Friends or family members raising another person’s child are invited to a barbecue hosted by a support group

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HOPPE, Judy Ann Judy Hoppe passed away on June 4th 2011 at the age of 59. After a 6 month battle with cancer, her life ended peacefully surrounded by loved ones. Judy was the oldest child to William and Edith Veer of Chilliwack. She is survived by her husband and best friend of over 40 years, Frank Gerald Hoppe; her 3 children, Frank William (Marnie), David (Karen) and Joanne (Garth) Hewitt; her grandsons, Michael Hoppe, Jamie Hoppe and Aiden Hewitt, Kyle Hewitt, Dylan Hewitt and Delton Hewitt. Judy also leaves her mother, Edith Veer; brother, Terry (Carol) Veer; sisters, Jacqueline Meints and Glenda (Kevin) Campbell and her closest and dearest friend, Judy Simpson. She was predeceased by her father Bill Veer in 2009.The family wishes to thank all their family and friends, who supported them through this tough time, and a special thanks to Judy’s sisters in law, Carol Falk and Jane Epp. Special thanks also to the caring and compassionate Nurses in the Palliative Care Unit at Abbotsford Hospital and at Cascade Hospice, who made her final days as comfortable as possible. Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 1:30 pm at Broadway Church, 46611 Maple Ave. Chilliwack. If any so desire, memorial donations to Cascade Hospice would be appreciated. Woodlawn Mt. Cheam Funeral Home Chilliwack, BC (604)793-4555

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SORENSEN - Hans, Christian June 20, 1945 – May 28, 2011 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Hans Sorensen on May 28, 2011 in Chilliwack, BC. He was predeceased by his Mother (Laura), Father (Viggo), and Brother (Roy). He is survived by his Sisters, Kirstine Farquharson and Carol McLean (David), along with numerous Nieces - Debbie (Albert), April (John), Anna-Marie (Greg) and Carolyn (Dave) - and Nephews - Leonard (Ginny), Gerald (Lori), Edward (Connie), Christopher (Shauna), and Erik (Adrienne) - many Great Nieces and Nephews, and many close friends who were like family to him. Hans was born in Saint John, New Brunswick on June 20th, 1945. Hans was a very outgoing and family-oriented person, who lived life to the fullest. This is how he would like to be remembered. The Family would like to extend a special Thank You to Dr. Markey and the Hospital Staff that looked after Hans at Chilliwack General Hospital. A Celebration of Life will be held sometime later in July.

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FEATURED EMPLOYMENT Rosedale Traditional Community School Society Community School Coordinator

The community of Rosedale is excited to introduce the new Rosedale Traditional Community School upon its construction completion scheduled for around the Fall of 2011. With that introduction, the Rosedale Traditional Community School Society is looking for the ideal candidate to fulfill the roles and responsibilities of the Community School Coordinator. EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED: Plan, implement and evaluate recreation programs and special events; Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate program instructors, contract staff and volunteers to deliver recreation programs and special events; Keep financial and activity records and prepares related reports; as well as seeks alternative funding from outside agencies. Prepare facility schedules and assist with rental contracts for facilities as required; Compile, create and coordinate advertising and develop promotional materials for programs Assist with budget recommendations and estimates relating to the provision of programs; Minimum Training and Experience. Secondary school graduation, plus post secondary training in recreation, or equivalent related work experience; Computer experience, preferably in a Windows environment Supervisory experience; Ability to work independently and to accomplish tasks and assignments; Good written and oral communication skills. If this is a position you feel you are suited for please submit your resume prior to 12:00pm, June 17, 2011. Resumes may be delivered to Rosedale Traditional Middle School c/o Principal at 50850 Yale Road, Rosedale, BC V0X 1X2 or via email to rms@sd33.bc.ca For a complete job description please contact Mr. Todd Mclean at 604 794-7023 or 604 794-7124.

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VANCOUVER’S LARGEST Lawn and Property Maintenance Company pays $120-$360 DAILY for outdoor Spring/Summer work. Hiring honest, competitive, and energetic individuals to fill our various 2011 positions. Apply online @ www.propertystarsjobs.com WANTED PART TIME gardener/ handyman for townhouse complex. Approx 10 - 20 hrs a week depending on the season. Wages negotiable depending on experience. Perfect for retired person. Mail resume to:Chairman c/o Unit 16, 45435 Knight Rd, Chilliwack BC V2R 3E8 WELDER REQUIRED for steel fabrication shop. Fax resume to 604-852-5614.

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AUTOMATED TANK Manufacturing Inc. is looking for a certified Journeyman 40 ton crane operators ASAP. Excellent wages, full benefits after 90 days, profit sharing semi-annual after 90 days, full-time career minded individuals preferred. Please send resume to: cindy@autotanks.ca or call ATM at 780-846-2231 to set up an interview. AUTOMATED TANK Manufacturing Inc. is looking for Journeyman Welders, $31. - $35. per hour. 2nd/3rd year apprentices, hourly rate based on experience. Full benefits after 90 days. Profit sharing semi-annual after 90 days. Full-time career minded individuals preferred. Send resume to: joe@autotanks.ca or call ATM at 780-846-2231 to set up an interview. DESIGNATED ACCOUNTANT (CA/CGA/CMA) in Smithers, BC. Details at: www.all-westglass.com Contact: L Stanton, AWG Northern Industries Inc., Fax: 250-877-7610 Email: lauras@awgni.com EXPERIENCED UNDERGROUND DIAMOND DRILLERS.$$$ Earn big AUD $$$ Enjoy the Land Down Under AUSTRALIA Leave the Visa to US!! Swick Mining Services is one of Australia’s largest mineral drilling contractors providing underground and surface drilling services both nationally and internationally. Swick is a market leader in the development of innovative rig designs and drilling practices that deliver improved productivity, value, safety and versatility. To be considered for this position you will: Have proven experience in Boart Longyear rigs LM45/55/75/90, Atlas Copco’s Diamec, or similar; Hold a current Driver’s Licence; Pass a comprehensive medical including a drug and alcohol screen; Be physically fit and prepared for work in hot and remote locations; Provide a criminal background check. To Apply send your CV and a Cover Letter to chelsea.raffan@ swickmining.com.au. You Will Be Offered: Top Dollars for your Experience with bonus incentives. Great Shifts …….2 x 1, 2 x 2. some 1 x 1 depends on site. Accommodation in a quality apartment near one of our many beautiful sandy beaches! Spend your R & R surfing, putting a shrimp on the barbie, seeing the country, or just having a cold beer! Return flights home to visit family and friends every six months paid for by Swick! The best site accommodation available. Proven State of the Art Equipment.

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RETRO DESIGN & ANTIQUES FAIR 175 tables & booths of fun, fabulous finds for you & your eclectic abode! SUN JUN 19 10-3 Croatian Cultural Center 3250 Commercial Dr, 604-980-3159 Admission: $5

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COMPLETE CARD making supplies with 75+ stamps, good cond in containers, $150. 17 antique porcelin dolls with boxes from Franklin Mint, must be seen $50-$75 ea. Rockwell plates $7.50 each. Call 604-940-0106

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MAUSOLEUM AT Forest Lawn Cemetary. Prestigous aboveground crypt in garden setting. Permits two casket tandem entombments OR four urn cremation inurnments. Located in the west coast mausoleum area. Includes two opening and closing fees. $49,500. 604-272-7250

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BUILDING SALE... “Rock Bottom Prices!”. 25x40 $7995. 30x40 $9840. 35x50 $12,995. 40x80 $22,600. 47x100 $35,690. Ends included. Many others. Pioneer Steel Manufacturers since 1980. Call 1-800-668-5422. CAN’T GET UP YOUR Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and get 10% off your new Stairlift. Call 1-866-981-6591. DELTA 18X36 drum sander on whls & $200 worth sand paper, new cond $850 604-793-9915 IKEA DESK storage combo $110. Warhammer game $100. Call 604-987-5557 KING MATTRESS & Box Spring top of the line, almost new sacrifice moving $350 604-794-9817 LTHR SOFA near new, pd $2500 asking $400 Solid maple dining ste, 6 chrs $300 604-795-4007 PANTHER 24' vinyl plotter with software, computer, materials etc like new $1300, 17' Industrial drill press 1 HP $275, Acetelyn tank full $250, Bynford 48' Sandblast cabinet $800, misc air tools, 7944 Chwk River Rd. 604-703-0582 WALKER POPLAR, plugs: $1.69/each for a box of 210 ($354.90). Full range of trees, shrubs, cherries & berries. Free shipping. 1-866-873-3846 or treetime.ca.

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TRUTH IN ''EMPLOYMENT'' ADVERTISING Postmedia Community Publishing makes every effort to ensure you are responding to a reputable and legitimate job opportunity. If you suspect that an ad to which you have responded is misleading, here are some hints to remember. Legitimate employers do not ask for money as part of the application process; do not send money; do not give any credit card information; or call a 900 number in order to respond to an employment ad. Job opportunity ads are salary based and do not require an investment. If you have responded to an ad which you believe to be misleading please call the Better Business Bureau at 604-682-2711, Monday to Friday, 9am - 3pm or email inquiries@bbbvan.org and they will investigate.

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Dogs

YORKIE puppie 11 weeks Male yorkie puppy, tail docked, first shots. $800 Call: (604) 807-1350

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Financial Services

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Pets - Other

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5060 5005 GERMAN SHEPHERD pups, pure bred. White or traditional. $675 - $950/each. 604-308-0047.

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5070 ENGLISH Cocker Spaniel pup Great family pet. Outstanding pedigree, CKC reg, all health checks, shots, chipped. Call: (604) 971-2616 SHIH-TZU POODLE X, small males, Ready to Go! Vet ✔, paper trained. $450. 778-397-1224

SWISS X MOUNTAIN DOG PUPS, ready to go, vet checked, first shots $800. 604-795-7662 YORKIE PUPPIES, 1 male & 3 females. First shots, dewormed, $850-$950 Chwk 604- 792-6277

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Pet Services

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North Vancouver

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Vancouver East Side

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Langley/ Aldergrove

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Mobile Homes

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Apartments & Condos

2 bedroom/den Brand new. No Pets $950 a month. Call: (604) 533-7708 email: dmeyer@shaw.ca

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Apt/Condos

1 BDRM & 2 bdrm large suites, new paint & carpets, senior oriented, close to town, Criminal record check req’d. 604-798-1482 2 BR, $695 up heat & h/w, garbage incl, no pets, Chwk nr amens. Resident Mgr. Member of Crime Free Multi-housing, July 1, 604-792-8974 leave msg. 3BR NEWER Luxury in Chwk granite stainless appl. Hardwood flrs, fp, Mtn view, close to shop. $1200/m. 1-604-728-0578 or robincameron13@gmail.com

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Chilliwack

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Real Estate Wanted

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Recreation Property

HARRISON: LARGE fenced lot, landscaped with 38’ park model in gated park. Lots of park activities. $65,000 turn key. 604-819-8888

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Scrap Car Removal

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Vans

CULTUS LAKE. Cottage avail for long or short term rental. Fully furnished 2 BR, BBQ & sunny deck. N/s. Immed. 604-813-7535

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Store Front office spaces for lease 575 sf. $ 1200 sqft busy complex. (Cwk) M.Y. Mini Storage 604-703-1111

CWK 2 br rancher, 5 app, lrg deck, garage, Wellington Ave. Immed $1100 ns, np. 778-322-0473/text

GARRISON CARRIAGE Home (Bach) avail. Jul. 1 $725 incl. cable, water, garb. NP, NS. Ph Sharon 604-824-1902 M-F 8-4

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Domestic

1994 CADILLAC STS leather, air conditioning, power, full loaded. Good condition $2700 or best offer. Call 604-853-4269

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Storage

1999 FORD Taurus, red, good cond, 1 owner, no accidents, full papers. NEW front tires, radiator, hoses, brakes. $3500. 604-767-9305

STORAGE indoors for boats & RV’s... also parking for logging/ dump truck or other large vehicle. Resident on site. 604-795-9942

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Suites/Partial Houses

Motorcycles/ Dirt Bikes

1 BDRM Sardis, bright bsmt, n/p, n/s, suits quiet mature person $575 incl util. Ph 604-846-8251 1 BR + den, grnd flr. July 1st, n/s, n/p, includes all utils + i/net $700. nr bus/mall Sardis. 604-862-4526

2007 VESPA GTS 250. Like new, 2000kms, yellow, $5500. Jacket, helmet, cov. negot. 778-294-1631

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2 BDRM bsmt suite 1100 sq $650 + 1/3 util. Must qualify. Ph Joanna 604-795-6366

Scrap Car Removal

#1 FREE Scrap Vehicle Removal Ask about $500 Credit!!! $$ PAID for Some 604.683.2200 3 BD upper FFI. 1200 sq ft, 5 appl., nr schl & route, $1200 + 2/3 util. Must qualify. Joanna 604-795-6366

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Sport Utilities/ 4x4’s/Trucks

2001 CHEVY Silverado 2500 4x4, ext cab, gray, new tires, camper ready, leather, 196 K, exc cond $9000. 604-264-1232

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Sports & Imports

SCRAP CAR & TRUCK REMOVAL

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Apt/Condos

RENTALS | 604-793-2200

1 bdrm 2 level Twnhse, 650 sq. ft. F/S. – $550 1 bdrm apt new paint/flrs, incl gas 5 appl – $625 1 bdrm condo Agassiz, 2 appl, coin laundry – $500 1 bdrm condo 5 appl, secure parking, – $700 1 bdrm condo 6 appl, lge patio, secure pkg – $675 2 bdrm apt new paint, f/s, w/d, gas f/p – $750 2 bdrm hse hrdwood flr.,new paint,f/s,garage – $1150 2 bdrm apt new paint, heat incl – $650 2 bdrm twnhse 3 appl, lge liv. space/storage – $850 3 bdrm mnflr duplex 5appl,gas f/p,util incl – $1150 3 bdrm twnhse Close toVedderTrails,carport – $1000 3 bdrm hse + in law All appl, 2 car garage – $1800 3 bdrm 3 levels Carport,1.5 baths – $950 3 bdrm bsmt suite Sardis,inclds util. – $950 .............

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2006 MITSUBISHI Outlander LS AWD, Wood grain interior.2.4L, AWD, 5 yrs Pwr Train Warr. 1 Owner. $14,500 obo Ph: 604 929 5865 or 778 389 5866.

1998 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4x4 200,000k, auto, loaded, 778 908 5327 MISSION $3,000

Boat Parts & Service

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9505

1999 BAYLINER complete canvass set for 32.5ft boat. perfect cond. $2450 obo, 604-506-5416

9515

KAYAKS: 18½ FT ASCENTE & 19 FT QUEST comes with most gear, approx 9 yrs old $4200 obo for both. Ph 604-858-5685

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RV’s/Trailers

13 FT TRILLIUM TRAILER, f/s, porta potty. Good condition $3500. Ph 604-392-5538 1997 FORD CENTURION, 24ft, 164k, newer reblt triton, v10, low kms, very clean condition, Asking $15,000 obo. 604-945-4400

2007 ADVENTURER 90FWS 9ft Truck camper, Mint cond, elect jacks, awning, outside shower, toilet/with shower, wired for solar, micro, tv. $13,900. 604-814-2384 2007 COUGAR 30ft 5th Wheel, lrg slide, loaded - all equipment, spotless. $21,900. 604-230-2728 2009 BIGFOOT Camper. 25C 9.4 long box. Mint, spotless, used twice, Must sell! $24,500. Call for more information. Pictures avail on request. Coquitlam area. 604-937-7363 2009 TRAIL-LITE, 21ft, 1 year warr still left, used 3x, like new, $15,000 obo, 604-824-6019

2006 Mercedes C230 silver, sun rf, ex condit, no acc, under warranty. 43kms. $19,000. 604 929 3311

2006 MUSTANG GT Convertible Auto 74,000 kms Mint Red Mustang GT convertible.$16500. Call Grant 604 649-5701. Loaded with options

2011 HIDEOUT 19FL, sleeps 6, a/c. Sale $14,995. #HT11191 604-856-5722. kustomkoachrv.com

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RON’S CONTRACTING 604-858-8648 • Small logging • L200 Hitachi Excavator • Cat 966 loader • Land clearing 'Local business since 1980'

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2003 Nissan Sentra Manual 213,000 kms 2003 Nissan Sentra SER Spec V. Yellow, All power, standard 6spd, sun/moon roof, spoiler, cruise, am/fm cd sound system with sub. All ways maintained, in fantastic condition. $4,900 Call: (778) 772-6314

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Electrical

YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 service call. Insured. Lic # 89402. Fast same day service guaranteed. We love small jobs! 604-568-1899

8087

Excavating

Genesis Earthworks

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Handyperson

DON THE Handyman retired carpenter, electrical & plumbing 604-799-3358 HANDYMAN Honest and Reliable $25/hr Call 604-819-6886

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Lawn & Garden

Spring Services

2011 HIDEOUT 21FQ w/sld, slps 4 #HT11211. Sale $17,995. 604-856-5722 kustomkoachrv.com

8.3 CUMMINS Diesel pusher, 36ft, 80,000 mi, loaded, w/d, rear camera. $27,900. 604-539-0506 CAMPER 8FT no leaks, always stored under roof $500 obo 604-794-3439

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Lawn & Garden

Renovations & Home Improvement

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2004 Ford Freestar Automatic 129,000 kms Immaculate. Silver. Full history. Warranty. $8,400 (604) 561-7935 robin@nluc.org

2005 29FT JaycoTrailer. like new, winterized, Awning, strg, slide, ac, $16,000obo 604-997-9201

2000 MERCEDES C230 Compressor, good cond, 1 owner, 150 K, no accidents, Mercedes serviced, glass roof , leather, dessert sand, $6490. 604-880-9073

Computer Services

COMPUTER SERVICES Call Ted 604-997-0554 lawn@shaw.ca

1985 MERCEDES 380SL, 2 door, hard/soft, mint, collector plates, 140k, runs great $12,000 obo. Call 604-874-1658

1998 SUBARU Forester S, grn, no accid, loaded, 150k, roof rack, aircared, $5200. 604-767-2991

Cleaning

Detailed house cleaning & Ldry, windows & weeding,errands, etc. Honest Ref’s Annya 604-745-6257

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2004 BWM X5, 3.0L, auto, silver/ black interior, huge sunroof, 104,000miles. New trans/radiant, tires. $16,500. Call 604-669-6339

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2004 NISSAN QuestSL, no accid, 1 owner, loaded, 100k, pwr dr /trk, DVD, $13,900. 604-767-2991

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• Lawncutting • Retaining Walls Residential * Strata * Commercial ________________________

www.bradscontracting.com

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604-845-1467

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* Pruning, incl hedges * Regular garden maint/ seasonal clean up * Lawn mowing / fertilization programs * Designs & installations Phone 604-819-5413 Lose yourself in nature and find peace

8195

' We do interior & exterior home improvements & repairs

Call 604-819-4010

• Countertop Resurfacing • Bathtub & Tile Reglazing • Cabinet Door Re-Facing • Finishing Carpentry 604-825-3884 Toll Free: 1-877-668-4164 www.almegaresurfacing.com

Painting/ Wallpaper

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8250

On Top Since 1961 CHILLIWACK ROOFING When Quality Counts! Roof Evaluations by Professional Roofers

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Roofing

Family owned & operated since 1962

604-792-1479

15% OFF

8255

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Rubbish Removal

604-723-8434

RUBBISH REMOVAL

Paving/Seal Coating

604.897.2005

8205

No Job Too Big or Small

ALLEN ASPHALT concrete, brick, drains, foundations, walls, membranes 604-618-2304/ 820-2187

8220

8307

Plumbing

NORTH GATE PLUMBING By Gord

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Get Your Garden Ready To Grow Find Lawn & Garden experts in the Home Services section


A24 TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2011 CHILLIWACK TIMES

40

% ALL WOMEN’STEES,TANKS, *

off

REGULAR PRICED

SHORTS,SKORTS & CAPRIS OUTFIT A SLUB TEE

(3AFFDSFT105-690) Reg. $19.99 SALE $11.99

VINTAGE TWILL SHORTS (3DJFDHSB1-695) Reg. $36.99 SALE $22.19

WEDGES

(5DQDDHSB-149) Reg. $69.99 SALE $41.99

OUTFIT B PEASANT TOP

(3CHBDHSU10283A) Reg. $29.99 SALE $17.99

ALL WOMEN’S SUNGLASSES 30% OFF ALL WOMEN’S SANDALS 40% OFF*

DENIM SHORTS (3EKCDHSU1-351) Reg. $36.99 SALE $22.19

OUTFIT C GRAPHIC TANK (3AFFDSSU106-709) Reg. $19.99 SALE $11.99

ROLL-TAB CARGOS

*REGULAR PRICE

(3DJADHSB1-196) Reg. $44.99 SALE $26.99

FLIP-FLOPS

(5DQDDHSB-148) Reg. $39.99 SALE $23.99

OUTFIT D SLUB TANK

(3AFFDSSU104-707) Reg. $19.99 SALE $11.99

SEQUIN TANK

(3AFFDHFT106-654) Reg. $24.99 SALE $14.99

CHINO SHORTS (3DJFDHSB1-609) Reg. $29.99 SALE $17.99

OUTFIT A INNOVATION

OUTFIT B

Smart Smart isis

!

OUTFIT D

10

$

QUAD COMFORT®

)$'& )$'& #+*"+(% #+*"+(% $ 20

OUTFIT C

40 DENIM %

OFF

off

FREE

!

OFF CANADA’S THE SMART HARDEST DETAILS WORKING WORKBOOTS MADE MORE COMFORTABLE ™

SELECT MEN’S

DENVER HAYES

MEN’S OR WOMEN’S

• TARANTULA ANTISLIP . • FRESHTECH® anti-odour/ anti-microbial protection. • CSA Grade 1 steel toe/ plate, and ESR.

BOOTCUT &

DAKOTA 2-PACK

LOW RELAXED

QUAD COMFORT® WORK SOCKS WITH THE PURCHASE OF “529” BOOTS

STRAIGHT LEG JEANS

$17.99 VALUE MEN’S P7141 WOMEN’S P7142

ANOTHER

GREAT GIFT

QUAD COMFORT® SYSTEM Constructed to be the most comfortable safety footwear, guaranteed. Built with a removable footbed, pressure-relieving insole, and sponge rubber midsole for ultimate cushioning, support, and flexibility.

IDEAFORDAD

Stretch low relaxed straight leg

THE GIFT OF CHOICE!

THE SMART DETAILS TARANTULA ANTISLIP™ Innovative tread helps prevent slips and falls. QUAD COMFORT® A minimum of four Anti-Slip components Men’s Dakota QUAD COMFORT® provide superior comfort, support, Low-Cut Approach Hikers Sizes 7-11,12,13 (14 thru FastFind or special order). (26038MDQC-AS) and shock absorption. Reg. $109.99 DURATOE® SALE $89.99 SAVE Durability that adds life to boots.

MARK’S GIFT CARDS ARE AVAILABLE IN ANY DENOMINATION, AND PERFECT FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS LIKE FATHER’S DAY. CHOOSE THE AMOUNT THAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU AND LET HIM CHOOSE A GIFT THAT’S RIGHT FOR HIM.

W

WOMEN’S

$20

Rigid bootcut

• CSA Grade 1 steel toe/plate, and ESR. Men’s Dakota “529” 8" QUAD COMFORT® Anti-Slip Workboots Sizes 7-11,12,13,14 (15,16,17 thru FastFind or special order). (051-529B-AS2)

Reg. $139.99 SALE $129.99

Women’s Dakota “529” 8" QUAD COMORT® Anti-Slip Workboots Sizes 5-11. (529-BLD-AS2)

Reg. $129.99 SALE $119.99

Rigid Bootcut and Low Relaxed Straight Leg Assorted washes. (4AMC01350/1, 4AMC01160/1/2/3, 4AMCDHAS1164/5/6/7/8/9, 4AMC01343, 4AMCDHAS1352)

Reg. $39.99 - $44.99 SALE $23.99 - $26.99

Stretch Bootcut and Low Relaxed Straight Leg Assorted colours and washes. (4AMC01342/4, 4AMC01326/7, 4AMCDHAS1348, 4AMCDHAS1975, JMC91924/5, 4AMC01970/1/2/3/4, 4AMC01310)

Reg. $49.99 - $59.99 SALE $29.99 - $35.99

Rigid low relaxed straight leg

Vintage Western Shirts Sizes S-2XL. (2CEADHSU15353A/22)

Reg. $29.99 - $34.99 25% OFF SALE $22.49 - $26.24

CUSTOM EMBROIDERY SHOP ON SITE! FREE hemming on Jeans & casual pants purchased at Chilliwack location.

604-858-4199 OPEN 8:30am - 9pm M-F 9am - 6pm SAT 10am - 5pm SUN

TO HOPE

SUPERSTORE BUS DEPOT

LUCKAKUCK SARDIS

MARK’S 06076478

Next to Bus Depot

CHILLIWACK TO VANCOUVER VEDDER RD

45737 Luckakuck Way,


Chilliwack Times June 7 2011