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atman has come to Chilliwack, but local police are less than enthusiastic about the masked avenger’s attempts to expose men seeking dates with underaged girls. In the past three weeks, three separate videos have been posted to YouTube which show a person dressed in a Batman costume confronting men purported to have arranged a meeting with someone they thought to be a 15-

Local teens dress up as super heroes to confront predators of under-aged girls met on the Internet

year-old. All three were filmed in Chilliwack. The first and second videos have received a combined total of more than 700,000 views. A third video— filmed at a local McDonalds and also featuring a person in a Flash costume—was posted Sunday and already had more than 60,000 views by noon on Monday. The videos follow a pattern esta-

blished by the discontinued and controversial American television series “To Catch A Predator.” Video stills show transcripts of what appears to be a chat between a person posing as a 15-year-old girl and an older man. A meeting is arranged, at which point a man is confronted. The people behind the videos agreed to an interview with the

Times but then backed out. “Due to reasons I cannot describe an interview is no longer possible thanks for your consideration,” wrote the unidentified respondent Sunday. The Times has learned that at least one of those behind the videos is a student at a local high school. The number of people involved in the creation of the

videos, and their identities, are otherwise unknown. They may be reluctant to speak because of the content of one of the first videos posted, which was later removed because, according to the videographers’ Facebook site, “we didn’t want to be seen impersonating a police officer.” Indeed, Mounties told the Times Monday that the RCMP’s serious crime unit is looking into the case. RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Tammy Hollingsworth told the Times that the police “have one file [open] and are currently investigating.”

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pecial interest groups rarely play a role in Chilliwack’s civic politics, but the union representing the city’s firefighters have made some choices that they are making public. The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) local 2826 have officially endorsed Ron Browne, Phill Br uce, Jason Lum, Ken Popove and Stewart McLean for the Nov. 19 election. Keith Corbett, president of IAFF (local 2826) said members attended all-candidates meetings, the library meet-and-greets and have paid attention to what’s been reported in the local papers.

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The sweet with the sour, the rose with the thorn

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efore the last municipal election I wrote an assessment of the candidates for city council, which angered many people yet was also one of the most popular things I’ve ever done. The point of that comment was not vanity nor control, but a recognition that most readers of our paper, if they even vote, didn’t attend an all-candidates meeting and didn’t know the people. This municipal election we have 20 brave souls who stepped up to run for Chilliwack city council and, if nothing else, I’ve been paying attention. But this time instead of me telling you who I think is a flower and who is a pain, I’ve given a rose and a thorn for each candidate. More important than any of this is to do your own research on these 20 people to see who you want sitting in the six seats at city hall.

The incumbents: Ken Huttema Rose - A solid member of council who has done a

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Commentary good job representing the city when he has been asked to. He is also a successful business owner who employees approximately 80 people. Thorn - . . . Unfortunately that business is in Abbotsford so in his professional life he doesn’t contribute to, nor does he deal with, the City of Chilliwack. Sue Attrill Rose - She genuinely loves being a city councillor and is committed to the role, in her words, “for the long-term.” Thorn - A bit of a follower, rarely speaks up at council and never stirs the pot. Chuck Stam Rose - Tons of experience and he is generally balanced about decisions. Owns and operates a design firm involved in residential developments.

Thorn - See above: Because of this, Stam is forced to step out of quite a few decisions to avoid conflicts of interest. Some suggest a member of the development industry shouldn’t be on a municipal council, which makes landuse decisions. However, his seat is by far the most secure of the four incumbents. Stewart McLean Rose - He took on his role as city councillor after 2008 with aplomb. He is passionate about the planned Health Contact Centre and he has gotten his feet wet with a first term. Thorn - He is one of only two candidates who did not respond to my Q&A fully. He said he was too busy. Voters have very few opportunities to find out about the candidates and answering those basic questions was important.

The Newbies: Phill Bruce Rose - Works on the streets of Chilliwack as a paramedic, in addition to

teaching paramedics at Canada Education Park. He has thought through most issues and is involved in the community. Thorn - I’ve never seen him smile. When Bruce delivers his answers and platforms at meetings, he hangs his head, reads from prepared notes and has the demeanour of a veterinarian delivering the news that your dog is dead. Brenda Currie Rose - “I’m the business lady,” was how she wrapped up the Downtown BIA meeting. Born and raised locally, she knows a lot of people and has been involved in the community. Thorn - She has zero charisma in front of a crowd. Someone told me that one-on-one she is quite different, but she stumbled and mumbled at the allcandidates meetings like a teenager forced to deliver a speech. This may sound petty, but communication is a key part of this job. Ron Browne Rose - A stellar resume,

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Stabbed over littered slurpee cup BY TYLER OLSEN tolsen@chilliwacktimes.com

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Chilliwack man was stabbed Friday evening after asking a group of people to throw their plastic slurpee cups in a nearby garbage can instead of on the ground. The 43-year-old man was taken to Chilliwack General Hospital. His condition has since improved and he is no longer in the hospital’s intensive care unit. The victim told police that he was walking his dog downtown when he saw a group of four people throw their cups on the ground near a garbage can. They refused his plea to put the cups in the garbage and, after the man picked up the foursome’s litter, a verbal argument began.

stabbed over asking someone not to litter is unbelievable.” Police say the group comprised three men and one woman. The victim said the alleged stabber was in his early 20s. He was about

accompanied by two white men wearing black clothing. One of them may have been on a bike. The woman was in her early 20s, about fivefoot-five and of thin build, with dirty-blonde hair.

five-foot-11, with a scruffy moustache, and was possibly of mixed race. He wore a white hooded jacket with black tribal designs on the arms and possibly a black dragon on the front. He was

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n the Nov. 8 edition of the Times, in an article about the expansion of the Chilliwack Soprema plant, the international company was identified as being based in Germany. Soprema is a French company with headquarters in Strasbourg. The Times regrets the error. Also, in the Nov. 10 issue, a caption for a photo of navy veteran Peggy Smith incorrectly identified her as Doris Weeks. The Times regrets any embarrassment this may have caused.

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“For a man to get stabbed over asking someone not to litter is unbelievable.” Cpl. Tammy Hollingsworth It ended with the man being pepper-sprayed and stabbed. He was found in front of the Newmark Apartment building. A search for the man’s assailants followed, but no one was arrested. “The police are looking for the four people responsible for this unnecessary crime,” said RCMP Cpl. Tammy Hollingsworth. “For a man to get

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prepare you to sit on Chilliwack city council? 2.What issue or issues have motivated you to run for council and how do you think you can help? The final six answers on topics, including downtown, future growth, transit, policing and personal history are available at www.chilliwacktimes.com. Here are the answers from the final four candidates who responded.

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1.What can you tell voters about your background and experience that will prepare you to sit on Chilliwack city council? I was born in Chilliwack and have been in business here for 32 years running

1.What can you tell voters about your background and experience that will prepare you to sit on Chilliwack city council? As I am now on city council, I have the experience of the last three years and

1.What can you tell voters about your background and experience that will prepare you to sit on Chilliwack city council? I was elected to Chilliwack city council in 2008. Since, I have had the opportunity to

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fter more than two years of name calling, shoving, kicking and death threats that culminated in a bully pointing a gun at him from a passing car, Mark (not his real name) thought he’d found a safe haven at the Chilliwack school district’s CHANCE alternate school. But only two months into the school year, his oppressor registered at the same school. Mark hasn’t been back since. That’s the story his mother (who doesn’t want to be named for fear of reprisal from the bully’s family) brought to a Chilliwack board of education meeting last Tuesday. She told trustees she registered her son at CHANCE because she was told the boy who had tormented him wouldn’t be there. Now she thinks the bully should have to leave, not her son.

Frustrated by the school’s refusal to make that happen, she brought her story to the board. “I feel this is my last resort at this point,” she said. The bullying started in 2007, she said in an interview with the Times, when Mark and the other boy were in the same class together at Chilliwack middle school. “He just kind of got [Mark] in his sights,” she said. She talked to the school’s administration about the problem and was told they would talk to the boy and his family. “It didn’t get any better; in fact, it got worse,” she said. “He just kept at [Mark] all the time. He started following him home. He’s told [Mark] that he’s going to kill him, that he can take him out any time he chooses. He would walk up and down our street and stop in front of our home and stare. It was an ongoing nightmare.” One day, as Mark was walking home from school, she said the bully, who was in a car with a friend, first threw rocks at him and then pointed a gun at him. She pulled her son out of CMS soon after and registered him at A.D. Rundle middle school for the rest of

tion seemed ideal. the year. “[Mark’s] had such a hard time The following summer, however, Mark began having seizures and was with school with everything he’s diagnosed with myoclonic juvenile been through with all the memory epilepsy, and A.D. Rundle was not issues from the epilepsy, but he loves this school,” said his mom. “He’s equipped to deal with his condition. Because she had to come to the enjoying learning for the first time school whenever he seized, Mark’s ever. He feels safe because there’s a mom said she had to shut down a medical person right in the classdaycare she had been running for room with him.” two years and apply for income But Mark hasn’t been at school for assistance. three weeks. Someone even- “He’s told [Mark] that Three weeks ago tually suggested was when the famhe’s going to kill she look into ily found out the CHANCE, both him, that he can take bully had regisfor Mark’s medical tered at the school him out any time he issues and to help while Mark was him catch up acaaway at a medical chooses.” demically. appointment at Concerned mother Children’s Hospital Her only hesiin Vancouver. tation was that When his mom s h e h a d h e a rd the boy who had bullied her son phoned the school, she said the vicemight be going to that school, so principal told her he was unaware she explained Mark’s history to a of the issues between Mark and the boy, and the counselor eventually CHANCE counselor. “She promised me, vowed me up apologized for not passing the inforand down that kid was not there, mation on. that he was not going to be there, But now that the boy was regand that [Mark] would be safe there,” istered, she was told, the school she said. couldn’t ask him to leave. For almost two months, the situa“They told me I needed to give this

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he organizers of this week’s “Walk for Peace” say the Skway First Nation wants help from all of Chilliwack to fight off gangs and drug dealers who bring violence and addiction to its neighbourhoods. Justin, Slade and Russ Williams have helped organize a march this Saturday from Five Corners to the Skwah Reserve. The walk is meant to bring community-wide awareness to problems that plague the First Nation—namely the importing of drugs and

violence from off-reserve. “We’re trying to unite our town and our city—unite our strength,” said Russ Friday. “We just want to show that we’re ready to stand up . . . to create a better future for our children.” Several years ago, the First Nation organized a similar march on the reserve following a shooting incident at the home of the Williamses’ aunt. Participants marched along the reserve’s roads, stopping and singing traditional songs at the homes of troubled individuals or families. Today, many of the home-bred problems are

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A protest about nothing T his past week was somewhat surreal with media coverage of Remembrance Day ceremonies interspersed amid the latest happenings from the Occupy Protests. There we were, celebrating and giving thanks to a generation, many of who made the ultimate sacrifice, that stared in the face of pure evil and made the world safe for the rest of us. Meanwhile, we have another generation squatting in tents in the mud, openly dealing and using drugs, vandalizing public property and generally turning one district after another into a stench-filled eyesore. Yet somehow the people occupying these tent cities are convinced they’re as noble as those who occupied Europe generations ago. As one of the enduring Shakespearean misquotes goes, “Methinks they doth protest too much.” Yes, Wall Street is a cesspool of corruption. That’s news? There have always been billionaires who don’t play by the rules. What else is new? Getting stoned in a tent and threatening passersby is going to change that? I somehow doubt it. It’s interesting that the mostly young people who make up the bulk of the protesters are the demographic least likely to vote. As cruel and unfair as life may

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Crime Matters sometimes seem, we still live in a democracy, warts and all. And while real protesters around the world are fighting real oppression (unlike the unhappy campers) and literally dying for the right to vote, the Occupy crew can’t even make the effort. At the end of the day, this truly is a protest without a purpose. It may have been sparked by the corruption on Wall Street, corruption that both the Democratic and Republican parties are knee deep involved in. What has that got to do with Canada? We don’t have a Wall Street. We didn’t bail out the banks and the corrupt mortgage lenders. It would seem these people don’t need a reason to protest—just an opportunity. Some of them even have the gall to compare themselves to the civil rights protesters of the 1960s. Hate to break it to you guys, but Martin Luther King never sold crack from a tent and waited for the free chili truck to come by with his lunch. OK, the protesters make an easy

target and are looking sadder every day. The one liners literally write themselves: “Remember when occupation used to mean what you did for a living?” “They’re not going to clean up their mess—their moms usually do that for them.” But the protests (if we can call them that) are a harbinger of frightening times ahead. Even though we don’t have the financial debacle and high unemployment plaguing Europe and the U.S. (thank you Stephen Harper), we have a formidable constituency that is unlikely to engage with the rest of society anytime soon. Somewhere along the way, it became trendy to consider one’s self a victim; almost a fashion statement. And it’s this cult of victimhood that gives legitimacy to a generation that is convinced they’re hard done by and getting a raw deal. It would have been nice if a few of them zipped up their tent and made their way to the Cenotaph or a Royal Canadian Legion last Friday. I’m sure even they would have figured out that at the end of the day their grievances are pretty puny. ◗ John Martin is a criminologist at the University of the FraserValley. This commentary is his personal opinion and not the opinion or policy of his employer. John.Martin@ufv.ca.

his Saturday, thousands of Chilliwack residents will head to the polls to choose our next city council, school board, regional district directors and Cultus Lake Park Board. Sadly, if the number of voters who show up to cast a ballot is even twice that of 2008, less than half of those eligible will have bothered to participate. Voter turnout is a problem at every level of government, but particularly in municipal elections and especially in Chilliwack, where barely one in five show up. This election, 20 candidates have put their names forward for the six city council seats. Twenty-four have come forward to fill the seven school board seats. Two are looking for your vote as FVRD electoral Area E director. And seven people are vying for the five seats on the Cultus Lake Park Board (CLPB) elected by Chilliwack residents. (Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz was acclaimed as were the two CLPB seats voted in by Cultus residents.) So, including acclamations, 56 people have stepped up and said they would be willing to do the often unacknowledged work of running our municipal government’s and school board. These are paid positions but given the work most of these people do, the remuneration probably works out to less than minimum wage. Fourteen of those running for council and 17 of those running for school board won’t earn a seat, and many of them know it. But they still put their names forward, they put ideas out there and they are making a contribution to our community. So we ask you, humbly, to just get out and vote on Saturday (or Wednesday at city hall in advanced polls). You don’t have to contribute to your community by joining a city hall committee or a parent advisory council. You don’t have to make the contribution of participating in task forces or attending meetings to have your voice heard. And you don’t have to make the huge commitment of being on city council or school board. But please take an hour out of your day and vote. It’s the least you can do.

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Bullied out of doing the right thing Editor: Writing in regards to the Tuesday, Nov. 8 Times story about Garth Glassel being convicted of production of a controlled substance.

Now, people make all sorts of foolish mistakes in their lives, and we hopefully learn from them. I know I’ve made my fair share, and it’s nice to know that people can and will forgive you eventually. My issue isn’t with Garth having made the mistake he made (whether it was renting the space out or whatever else one might argue), I take issue that he refused to name and finger the people responsible. Despite some big figures in the criminal world being removed from the public in the last year, [gang] crime is still a significant threat in the Fraser Valley. He let himself be bullied by the

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Editor: This is a response to a letter by Michael Hodge in the Nov. 8 Chilliwack Times. There has been much debate on the Conservative’s Crime Bill and its far-reaching potential impact on our society. Mr. Hodge’s letter is well written, logical and makes perfect sense. Where we diverge is that most people see a problem and the solution in terms of what the “government” should do about it. If our government is going to have any chance of balancing its budget and Canadians to be able to have a government in the future, we have to accept that this organization is not responsible for every issue we face as citizens. Our challenge is we believe that the government should feed, clothe, protect, shelter, develop, educate, mediate, discipline and dictate every aspect of our lives. In contrast, a sustainable democracy needs individuals to take responsibility for their own affairs. As a taxpayer, I am expected to pay for law enforcement, a fair trial, incarceration, health care and the rehabilitation of these reoffenders. Now, some think I should

Would like to see a 0% tax increase Editor: Chilliwack city council should target a zero per cent tax increase as a project for this year’s budget. Those running for council have expressed their commitments to providing many new services that will improve life in our community. There is, however, always the underlying hint that if the community wants more, the community will have to pay more in taxes.

I have lived in Chilliwack for 13 years, and every year I have seen a tax increase. As the foremost of all of city council’s new projects, I propose a zero per cent tax increase that will allow taxpayers to use just a little more of their income to feed their families. Gary Raddysh Chilliwack

Ceremony time didn’t need change Editor: I live across from the All Sapper’s Memorial Cenotaph and went to humbly observe the ceremonies. I was appalled and disgusted by the fact that they started the ceremonies a good 30 minutes before the appointed hour. To make matters worse, they played the Last Post at 10:42 a.m. and not 11:00 a.m. There was no reason for the early commencement and I feel it was an affront to the sanctity of the occasion. There were many that fully missed the ceremony See LETTERS, Page 16

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fear of crime, and essentially protected these criminals. “Given the potential repercussions of naming such people, Glassel said his lawyer recommended he plead guilty and move on.” – as quoted from page 3 of the Nov. 8 Chilliwack Times. Why would I want to elect someone who can be bullied out of doing the right thing so easily? Granted it was 10 years ago. Show me you’ve grown as a person Garth, earn my vote. Jesse Olinyk Chilliwack


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Public safety their main concern “His press the firefighters “I’m surprised the release nails it to address their current council does right on the head,” concerns around Corbett said. public safety not see this as a Currently, there should I be electhigher risk priority.” are five firefighted to council.” O n N o v. 7 , Ron Browne ers on duty at two Chilliwack firehalls Br ow n e i s s u e d 24 hours a day, 365 a press release days a year. declaring that the One safety concern that has city needed to speed up its plan to add four full-time firefighters each come up is that Worksafe BC rules require at least four firefighters be year for four years starting in 2016.

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News 1.What can you tell voters about your background and experience that will prepare you to sit on Chilliwack city council? I was a union shop steward for the BCGEU and I represented the union members honestly and sincerely for approximately eight years. I have a diploma in business marketing and accounting, and a diploma in criminology. I had also written and developed many

2.What issue or issues have motivated you to run for council and how do you think you can help? When I heard the same questions and problems as three years ago when I ran for city council, I figured it was time that the issues had to be taken care of finally and I will do that.

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and owning Fraser Valley Custom Printers, a very successful venture. My involvement on various boards and community organizations has put me close to where people live. I believe my no-nonsense approach to life and business is what the people of Chilliwack are looking for. Clear cut and decisive.

become more familiar with the proceedings and structures of city hall, have demonstrated my leadership abilities, as will as an understanding of the issues that as council we have to deal with. During that time I have sat on numerous committees and have chaired several as well. My business and farming background allow me to bring a good understand of the need for a businessfriendly environment as will as the importance of agriculture to the Chilliwack economy.

further increase my understanding of Chilliwack’s strengths and challenges through my work on numerous council committees and by representing council on a wide variety of community organizations. Prior to being elected to city council, I had 20 years experience as a rehabilitation councillor, had served three terms as a school trustee and am a member of the Chilliwack business and professional community as the owner of McLean’s Funeral Services.

2.What issue or issues have motivated you to run for council and how do you think you can help? I have always enjoyed participating in board governance. Being a member of city council has taken that involvement to a higher level. The city has a great reputation of being well run by a council that appreciated and values each others opinions and is able to debate issues in a very respectful way. I am committed to doing my part to ensure that reputation is upheld and so avoid any major issues.

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LETTERS, from page 9 by arriving at 10:50 only to observe the laying of the wreaths. The organizers should be utterly ashamed of their disrespect and should apologize to the people of the community as well as all veterans both with us and departed. I shall continue to show my respect each November and I hope that this disrespect does not repeat itself. Greg Poirier Chilliwack

Paying more for fewer results Editor: For the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to be ethically involved with regulations respecting fish pathogens and pest treatment, it needs to divorce itself from the mandate of promoting and protecting the aquaculture industry as this is a direct conflict of interest given its principal mandate for protecting wild fisheries and ocean ecosystems. It has been proven over and over again in Canada, Chile, Norway and Scotland that the aquaculture industry faces significant challenges in controlling deadly diseases such as Infectious Salmon Anemia Virus, and does contribute to amplification of sea lice, creates pollution of the marine ecosystem, all which are harmful to wild salmon and the marine ecosystems. At the very minimum, there needs to be fish farm free zones along the migration routes of Fraser River sockeye. Should there be an outbreak of diseases in open-net fish pens, despite introduction of government approved

Letters antibiotics and other chemicals, this industry would cull the farmed salmon and introduce a new batch of Atlantic salmon. Should fish farms pass on a highly contagious lethal virus to wild salmon, this would bring wild salmon to its extinction. Replacing the rivers with Atlantic salmon would be a failed experiment, leaving open-net fish farms to monopolize the salmon industry for good. But what about the rest of the food chain that depends on wild salmon? This would be an ecological disaster of unimaginable proportions, and is preventable. The Cohen Commission has been a very adversarial forum looking into the dramatic decline in wild salmon stocks and much has been made in the media about Bruce Cohen being faced with complex and conflicting views on what caused the steep decline in wild salmon returns over the years, leading to the collapse in 2009, and the miraculous return in 2010. An expected outcome of the Cohen report would be recommendations for more research, including more research into the aquaculture industry’s attempts to control lethal diseases and pests and their alarming potential to threaten the survival of wild salmon. To this end, it is incomprehensible why bureaucratic and financial restraints cannot be immediately removed to allow Dr. Kristi Miller to complete her

scientific work by testing fish farmed salmon as was put forward at the Cohen Commission hearings, especially since all she needs is just short of $20,000, and would give Cohen a basis for recommending a resolution to this crucial matter. Media reports that the aquaculture industry is alarmed at the more recent findings that, for the first time, wild salmon have been tested positive for ISA virus. This calls for research to discover the source of this disease, and the aquaculture industry may very well be the source. Therefore, research needs to be conducted outside the DFO/Aquaculture industry to ensure true scientific objectivity and transparency. By placing fish farms into closed containment on land, regulations for fish pathogens and pest treatment under such an arrangement would be much easier to monitor and enforce and would allow both the aquaculture industry and the wild salmon industry to safely co-exist. It is imperative that First Nations people along the coast and along the Fraser River be specifically consulted given the dangers posed by the aquaculture industry to wild salmon, a food staple that we have depended upon since time immemorial and goes to the heart of aboriginal rights to food fishery. Eddie Gardner Skwah First Nation Elder

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On Cooking Close attention is needed in the latter part of the cooking process to ensure that they do not get overcooked, dried out and/or burnt. The cooking time is an approximation and will depend on a number of factors: the size of the tomatoes, the ripeness of the tomatoes, the correct calibration of your oven, etc. Do not let this scare you, however; just pay attention, that’s all. This is a great recipe to make on a day when you are going to be home anyway and want the warm Mediterranean aromas filling your house. Since they are not

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Chilliwack’s Janet Klebe delivers a rock Friday during play at the 2012 Canadian Mixed Curling Championships in Sudbury, Ont.

Local rink hangs tough at national mixed finals land’s Nova Scotia rink. Marshall jumped out to an early 5-2 lead, but Sutherland rallied, tying the game at six in the 10th end. But with the hammer in extra ends, Marshall made no mistake and scored a simple pair to extend his team’s record to three wins and two losses. New Brunswick leads the way with five wins and a loss, with three other teams at 4-1.

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icks on the board late in the first half. Minutes later, Brendzy fed a through ball to Northcott, who ripped a sharp angle shot over the keeper. Brendzy added her second goal of the game at the 11-minute mark of the second half and her third when she took a pass from Trudy Hall and blasted a shot past the keeper. Chilliwack’s keeper Lisa Hiemstra recorded the shut out.

Marshall, meanwhile, finds himself in a battle at the centre of the table. Klebe is leading the way for the Chilliwack rink. Her 83 per cent success rate has her tied for first among all leads at the contest. As a team, the locals are curling at a respectable 73 per cent and sit in the middle of the pack. After curling Monday night against Mani-

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Garth Glassel Rose - Serious commitment to getting on council with what he calls a “common sense” approach. Enthusiastic and forceful with getting his ideas across. Thorn - Most of his “common sense” ideas are totally unrealistic. His selective (and sometimes incorrect) use of statistics renders many of his arguments moot. He is angry about alleged wild spending at city hall, but the reality is that Chilliwack has some of the lowest residential tax rates in the Lower Mainland

Gord Kornelsen Rose - A successful local businessman, born and raised in Chilliwack, with a commitment to improving the city. Thorn - Acted like a bully when he dismissed a fellow candidate’s use of a prop at a meeting as “inappropriate.” He also has the idea that spending is out of control at Chilliwack city hall, which makes for good quotes but isn’t true. Gerry Goosen Rose - Very experienced in different sectors of business in Chilliwack: greenhouse,

WALK, from page 7 improving, according to Russ. But the three cousins say that there is still a problem with those from off the reserve coming to Skwah land to sell drugs and avoid the police. “There are a few drug dealers that come out; they try and push around people because of their authority,” said Russ. “They try to bully people.” Added Slade: “They try and fight for territory that doesn’t even belong to them.” The Williamses say the march is meant to show those people that the community—both on and off reserve—are ready to fight back. The first step, said Russ, has been for the community to acknowledge that it does have a problem. That obstacle is

Dick Harrington Rose - Incredibly enthusiastic and energetic and the only non-incumbent who has experience in civic politics. He served as a councillor in Niagara Falls, Ont. Thorn - Harrington has a misunderstanding, even conspiracy theories, about the media. He said he was disappointed with both local papers after the Downtown BIA meeting because we didn’t quote his disdain for CEPCO. And, as an NDP campaigner, he was downright belligerent regarding federal election coverage. “I am to that point in life where I am going to stop being such a nice guy when I see obvious biases in the media,” he told me via email. He will absolutely blame theTimes and the Progress if he isn’t elected. Mike Britton Rose - The self-described “malcontent” of council, Britton often garnered some of the most applause after recounting his plain-thinking, lucid ideas. Thorn - He is running knowing that he won’t win so

he can suggest things like, for example, that new businesses should open up where city hall says they should. Not realistic. Mitchell Nosko Rose - Great enthusiasm and a keen understanding of the issues, despite the fact that he is relatively new to Chilliwack. Thorn - He’s saying all the right things to the point where it sounds rehearsed. (Maybe that’s not a bad thing?) Chad Eros Rose - Very keen and committed with opinions and ideas about just about everything. Thorn - He has a near obsession with Chilliwack attracting money from the federal infrastructure stimulus program . . . a program that ended March 31. And as one experienced person told me, if Chilliwack always relied on the provincial and federal government rather than saving for projects, nothing would ever get done. Roger Myers Rose - He did and said absolutely nothing wrong during the entire campaign! Thorn - . . . That’s because he showed up to no meetings, is the only candidate who did not respond to my Q&A and seemed to give up before he even started.

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slowly being overcome, he said. “A lot more of our community has stepped forward and joined our peace walk.” Russ traces much of the trouble on reserves to the residential schools that victimized aboriginal children decades ago. The trickle-down effect has led kids to turn to gangs, drugs and violence for an outlet to their dispair. But Russ sees improvement in recent moves to acknowledge and try and repair the damage caused. Similarly, he hopes Chilliwack will help local First Nations overcome their problems. “This isn’t just our fight as First Nations,” he said. It’s our whole city’s fight.” He and his cousins have already had

in-depth conversations with both the RCMP—which, in spite of misconceptions, does have authority on local First Nations—and Fraser Health. But the Williamses won’t just be calling on local residents to participate in the march on Saturday. The three are passionate war canoe racers and say traditional First Nations beliefs can be used to overcome addictions. Justin, for one, gives the canoe races credit for helping keep him sober for 10 years now. By singing traditional songs, said Slade: “We’re kind of bringing our strength in our past to our future.” All three cousins are fathers, and say their children have inspired them to step up and take a stand.

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Ron Wedel Rose - Time on his hands and is committed to improving Chilliwack and working on a team. Thorn - Rarely talks about any specific issues and his prepared speeches at allcandidates meeting were a little corny.

Jason Lum Rose - Young, smart, committed to his local community of Yarrow and the city of Chilliwack. Experience dealing with city hall as the chamber president and sits on many important boards. Thorn - While trying to appeal to everyone, and using more modern means of communication than have even been used in Chilliwack, he has a way of saying almost nothing specific on any issue. When I accidentally attributed to Lum the idea that the ALR shouldn’t be touched, his campaign manager called to point out his actual platform was much more vague.

dairy farm, real estate, construction. Thorn - Cap the population of Chilliwack at 200,000. Some ideas are so nonsensical that they don’t require comment.

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Ian Carmichael Rose - He finished seventh out of 19 in the last election, has a lifelong commitment to Chilliwack and is in full grasp of the issues, with realistic solutions. Thorn - Have you seen him? He only made it to one all-candidates meeting and maybe a commitment to the part-time job of city councillor will strain him.

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Amethyst Books & Essence hosts Leonard Howell for a day of “intuitive card reading” Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Half-hour and one-hour sessions are available. Call 604-792-3730 or visit www. amethystbookstore.com.

Diabetes group meets The Chilliwack branch of the Canadian Diabetes Association holds informal monthly support group meetings on the third Wednesday of each month (Nov. 16) in the Minto Room at Evergreen Hall at

2 p.m. Informative guest speakers, dietary information and refreshments available. For more information call 604-794-3652.

Memorial celebration The Chilliwack Hospice Society will host a memorial celebration Nov. 17 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Chilliwack Arts Centre at 45899 Henderson Ave. The evening is a time for the community to remember loved ones and be in the presence of others who have experienced loss. Gwendolyn Point will be the keynote speaker and the Chilliwack secondary school jazz choir will play special music. Light refreshments will be served. For more information or to register, contact Coletta at 604-795-4660. Pasta dinner

G.W. Graham middle secondary school hosts its grad pasta dinner Nov. 17. Dinner is at 5:30 p.m.; entertainment starts at 7 p.m. Tickets cost

Mental health committee

The Chilliwack Mental Health Advisory Committee meets the third Wednesday of each month (Nov. 16) from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room at the Health Centre, at 45470 Menholm Ave. Family members and mental health clients are welcome. New members needed. Phone Barb Lock at 604-795-7049.

Adopt a family

The Salvation Army is again accepting applications for those wanting to “adopt a family” and help brighten someone’s Christmas. Contact the Salvation Army Care and Share Centre at 604-7925367 to sponsor a family. For more information visit www. salvationarmychilliwack.ca.

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Yarrow Book Club

The Yarrow Library Book Club meets the third Thursday of the month (Nov. 17) from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. for lively discussions of selected titles. New members are always welcome. Registration not required but for details, call the library at 604-823-4664.

Seniors bus trips The Chilliwack & District Senior Resources Society has a full slate of upcoming bus trips including: a guided tour of the Museum of Flight in Seattle on Nov. 17 and a visit to a Nutcracker brunch buffet at Minter Gardens on Nov. 20. Open to members of the Chilliwack Senior Resources Society. Register early to reserve your place. Call 604793-9979 for details. Métis meet The Chilliwack Métis Association holds its general meeting Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at the Kekinow Common Room, at 45555 Knight Rd. The guest speaker will be Michelle Lavergne, president of the Fraser Valley Métis Association. Come out and meet your Metis neighbours. New members welcome. Multicultural fair The annual Ten Thousand Villages Global Christmas Multicultural Fair-Trade Market and Coffee House event takes place Nov. 18 from 3 to 9 p.m. and Nov. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Sardis Community Church, at 45625 South Sumas Rd. There will be hancrafted fair-trade gifts plus coffee, teas and chocolate along with a coffee house and music. Ten Thousand Villages will celebrate its 65th anniversary with a cake cutting at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. Enjoy demonstrations of many of the crafts; there will be a supervised children’s play and craft centre available. Admission is free, with all proceeds go to support women’s projects in countries around the world.

Community events Métis employment programs The Fraser Valley Métis Association offers youth employment courses in first aid, grant-writing, foodsafe, traffic control, forklift training, lock-out/tag-out and WHIMIS world host. Programs are free and open to Métis between the age of 15 and 30. For more information visit www. fvma.ca. Motor club meets

The Fraser Valley British Motor Club, a group or British car enthusiasts dedicated to the preservation of autos and motor bikes from England, meets in Chilliwack at the Threshermen’s club house on the third Friday of each month (Nov. 18) at 8 p.m. New members are always welcome and can contact the club at fvbmc@live.ca.

Switch your brain forward Come out to experience and learn the art of the Ancient Black Pearl Technique! Debby Goodwin hosts a class on

Camera club meets The Chilliwack Camera Club meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month (Nov. 23) at 7:30 p.m. in the Clover Room in the Landing Sports Centre at 45530 Spadina Ave. All levels of photographers are welcome. For more information visit www.chilliwackcameraclub.com. Fibromyalgia meetings Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation has moved its monthly meetings to the Lynnwood Retirement Residence, at 9168 Corbould Street. The organization meets the fourth Wednesday of every month (Nov. 23) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information please call toll free 1-800-567-8998. Literacy tutors needed Training for volunteer literacy tutors will soon be taking place in Chilliwack. Volunteer

tutors, known as OWLs (Outreach Workers for Literacy) work one-on-one with adult students to improve reading, writing, math or computer skills. The training course is free. Follow-up support and resource materials are provided. OWLs are currently needed to work with ESL and non-ESL students in a variety of environments, including ESL Conversation Circles, upgrading classes or at Ford Mountain Correctional Centre. For more information contact Marci at 604-7920025 ext. 2434 or marcib@ chilliwacklearning.com.

Most-sensible loser TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, is a non-profit weight loss support group that meets every Tuesday. For more details call Lynda at 604-856-8014.

Help needed Ann Davis Transition Society would appreciate volunteer help. For information or to pick up applications, contact Valerie Winters, 9475 Williams St., Chilliwack, V2P 5E8.

Animal lovers needed The Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven Society needs volunteers. The society desperately requires help with cat care, particularly for Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. Anyone wanting to volunteer, or adopt a cat, should contact Gayle Brunt at 604794-7233.

Dust off your instrument The Chilliwack Community Band is looking for more band musicians to augment their membership. For more information, contact Tim Wright at 604-795-7371 or Dale Warr at 604-858-3376.

Grief programs offered The Chilliwack Bereavement Support Society offers grief programs for parents, spouses and adult children. The programs allow participants to share stories, support each other and learn about how to deal with grief following the death of a loved one. The Parents’ Grief Network meets every second Sunday afternoon. The spouses/partners network meets every Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. For details and more information on these and other services call 604-793-7239.

Peer counsellors needed Chilliwack Senior Peer Counsellors are desparately looking for volunteer visitors to visit isolated seniors in the Chilliwack/Sardis area. If you enjoy visiting with and talking to seniors, you could help these wonderful pioneers. Please phone 604-793-7204 and leave your name and number and we will get back to you to register you and answer any questions you may have.

English practice A free English practice group for immigrants meets Tuesdays at the Cheam Leisure Centre. Register at the Chilliwack Libray information desk, email annettew@chilliwacklearning.com, or call Marci at 604-792-0025 ext. 2434 option 1.

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FARM LABOURERS

Starting week of Feb 19, 2012 ending week of Aug 26, 2012 Required 40 - 50 hrs per week, incl’s weekends @ $9.50/hr. Duties are general horticultural work such as, pruning, planting, spacing, harvesting the crops. Heavy lifting req’d, must be physically fit. Submit your applications to: Cannor Nurseries Ltd. 48291 Chilliwack Central Rd. Open 8 am to 4:30pm Mon - Fri. email: info@cannor.ca. General inquires phone 604795-5993 SERVICE MANAGER - Hanna Chrysler Ltd. (Hanna, Alberta). Opportunity in a perfect family environment. Strong team, competitive wages, benefits, growth potential. Fax resume: 403-854-2845. Email: chrysler@telusplanet.net. SHEET METAL INSTALLER with experience, required for local HVAC company. Please fax resume to 604-792-4440

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Obituaries

May 30, 1921 ~ November 10, 2011 Fred passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 10 at Cascade Lodge at the age of 90. He is survived by his wife of 15 years, Rachel Bryant (Rennick); sons Gordon (Jennifer) Bryant and Robert (Lyn) Bryant; daughter-inlaw Devrah Bryant; grandchildren Michael Bryant (Kim Simpson and daughter Juliana), Gillian Bryant (Neil Yorke), Sydnee Bryant, Courtney (Jason) Tweten; and great grandchildren Riley and Hannah Tweten. Fred was predeceased by his first wife Marjorie Bryant (Stronach) in 1990 and son F. Paul Bryant in 2002.

In Memoriam

Fred was a resident of Rosedale and Chilliwack with deep roots in the farming community. He was involved in numerous community organizations including Chilliwack Exhibition and Horticultural Association. He was an alderman in Chilliwack from 1976 to 1987. In 2001 he was honoured as the first recipient of the “Order of Chilliwack”. Service to his community, his Christian faith, passion for protecting farm land and his interest in connecting to extended family were most important to him.

In Loving Memory of

Bruce Code

Dec 23, 1956 - Nov 8, 1996

We miss you now, our hearts are sore As time goes by we miss you more, Your living smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your vacant place 15 years have gone by fast, But the memories will always last

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A special thank you to Dr. Scott Markey, Chilliwack General Hospital staff, and Cascade Manor and Lodge staff. Cremation to be followed by inurnment at Chilliwack Cemetery at 11:00 am on November 26, 2011. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 pm on November 26 at Chilliwack Central Church, 46100 Chilliwack Central Rd. Donations may be made to the Chilliwack Museum, Gideon’s Bible Society or to support BC rural youth to BC 4-H Foundation, #1, 904 Maud St, PO Box 490, Enderby, BC V0E 1V0.

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Ray Dussault family would like to thank the management and staff of Heritage Village for the care he received during the one year stay with them we would also like to thank Dr. Ta for the kindness and expertise he showed through Rays struggle through Alzheimer’s.

Date: Tuesday, November 22, 2011

All past and present parents, students, community members and colleagues are invited to join Bob in the celebration of his “long” and successful career with the Chilliwack School District. We ask if you have a memorable item of Bob you would like to share, such as a photo or written story, please bring for a keepsake scrapbook.

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FEATURED EMPLOYMENT Accounts Receivable Clerk (F/T Position) We are currently seeking an Accounts Receivable Clerk for our fast growing company. We require an accurate, detail-oriented, quick-learning individual capable of working independently as well as within a team environment under a variety of deadlines. Qualifications for this position are: • High School Diploma • 3 - 5 years experience in the various aspects of accounts receivable • Excellent communication and customer service skills • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel • Ability to multitask under pressure in a fast paced working environment Responsibilities for this position include: • Billing - creating, reviewing and finalizing invoices • Daily deposits (cheques/bank drafts/wire transfers/credit cards) • Processing cash receipts • Accepting and processing credit card payments by phone • Processing adjustments to customer accounts • Reconciling customers accounts and resolving issues • Customer service related phone calls • Other duties as required The hours are Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm with excellent benefits after 3 months. We are seeking to fill this position as soon as possible. Please send your resume with a cover letter with salary expectations in confidence:

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We thank all applicants for their submissions; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. If you are not contacted, we will keep your résumé on file for future opportunities.

HVAC-R TECHNICIANS WANTED

We are a full-service HVAC-R contractor located in Chilliwack, serving the Valley from Aldergrove to Boston Bar since 1989. We are looking for local Refrigeration & HVAC Technicians (minimum 3rd year completed.)Gas certification an asset. We offer an Employee Benefits Plan, companysponsored RRSP program, & paid BC Med. Please fax resume with cover letter to 604-792-6728.

CIVIL ESTIMATORS WANTED If you have the experience/training, enjoy the challenge of estimating, and are looking to join a well-established road and utility construction team, then read on. We are adding senior, as well as junior, members to our estimating department. Computer savvy is important, as is the enjoyment of creating TAG’s future projects in your mind, as well as on paper. Excellent remuneration packages are available for the right candidates. Contact information is as follows, and we look forward to receiving your resume:

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BUILDING SALE... FINAL CLEARANCE. “”ROCK BOTTOM PRICES”” 25x40x12 $7350. 30x60x15 $12,700. 35x70x16 $15,990. 40x80x16 $20,990. 47x100x18 $25,800. 60x140x20 $50,600. End walls included, doors optional. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422. DO-IT-YOURSELF STEEL BUILDINGS Priced to Clear Make an Offer! Ask About Free Delivery, most areas! Call for Quick Quote and Free Brochure 1-800-668-5111 ext. 170.

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FLOOR MODEL belt sander cost $1200 sell $750 obo with belts, pipe bender. 5’x3’ metal welding table. 7944 Chwk River Rd. HARD COVER book by Jaycee Dugard A Stolen Life $15. Phone 604-819-8798 HOT TUB by Coast Spa – 7 seats, 45 adjustable jets, 2 loungers, 24 bulb led light, steps, cover. MUST SELL $2,900 obo 604 997 0179 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS for Christmas! Set of drums $200, flute $100, Trombone $200, Tenor sax $300, Clarinet $120, Trumpet $200. Trusses 2'x6'x24’ clear span, do 40’-48’ building $500, cheap delivery charge in Chilliwack area, Honda pressure washer approx 3000 lbs $200 works great, Honda genset $200, new 36' Sthil chainsaw, very small utility trailer (larger wheels) $200, med size one $680, new 6500 watt electric key start generator $500. Call 604-793-7714

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STEEL BUILDINGS Reduced Factory Inventory 30x36 – Reg $15,850 Now $12,600 36x58 – Reg $21,900 Now $18,800 48x96 – Reg $48,700 Now $41,900 81x130 – Reg $121,500 Now $103,900 Source# 1L0 1-800-964-8335

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LABRADOODLE PUPPIES Family Based Hobby Breeder. Born Sept 20, Available Nov 20. Call 604 595-5840. $750. Visit our website for full details: redbarnlabradoodles.blogspot.com

Cats

BLACK Cat with bent tail missing Beloved black cat with bent tail, stomach pooch missing in West Vancouver. 17LBS, 12 YRS, and incredibly missed. He has a microchip, please take him to the SPCA or contact me at ANY time. Generous reward offered. Thank you! He is a gentle soul who needs his family. Call: (604) 7209793 email: girl_friday@shaw.ca

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3520

Horses

1994 SOUTHLANDS grey horse trailer 5th wheel. Living quarters up front, saddle racks in back. Great place to stay on a over night trail ride. Ph 604-858-9568

3540

Pet Services

Foster homes urgently req’d for rescued, abandoned & neglected dogs. Many breeds. www. abetterlifedogrescue.com

GERMAN Shepard 5 y/o Looking for a new home, pure bred, well trained, full of joy and energy. $500 Call: (604) 771-8503

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Mortgages

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AMERICAN COCKER SPANIEL black, p/b pups with papers vet. shots, dewormed ready now, Vanc. $400 obo. 604-708-1752

IF YOU own a home or real estate, ALPINE CREDITS can lend you money: It’s That Simple. Your Credit / Age / Income is NOT an issue. 1.800.587.2161.

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Money to Loan

PLAY FUR PAWS DOG DAYCARE...NOW OPEN!!! Play Fur Paws dog daycare facility is a brand new, spacious, funfilled indoor and outdoor play area for your beloved canine companions. With its seperate small dog areas, this 11,000 square foot property offers the socialisation, exercise and fun that your dog deserves and needs... Asking $27 per day (discount packages available) Call: 778-960-7529 email: fun@playfurpaws.ca or come see us at 18875 94th Ave, Surrey.

5505

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Agents

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6015

Surrey

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6020-02

Abbotsford

LARGE 5 BR, 3 baths, SS appl, big yard, new roof. Close to everything. Call Hans Rawlins, Global Force Rlty, 604-596-1800

6020-38

Vancouver East Side

OPEN HOUSE 3631 Yale St, Vancouver BC Starter home or building lot. Amazing view of the NShore Mtns 2,070sqft home, 50x121.79sqft lot! 2bdrms & 1bath, bsmt ceiling 8+ft. Open Sat. Nov. 12, 2:30−4:30pm, Sun. Nov. 13, 2−4pm & Wed. Nov. 16, 10am−12noon. $769,000 Call: (604) 868−9812 or email: judiwhyte@telus.net. Prudential Sussex Realty

6020-40

Vancouver West Side

GORGEOUS DUPLEX - MLSV917348 416 + 420 W 15th Ave. Over 4500 sq. ft. 50’ x 125’ lot. 3 bdrms + fam rm. + den + more each side. All the bells & whistles! Superb landscaping & attn. to detail. Featured in Canadian House & Home - need I say more! Asking $2.998M! Call Sheryl 604 209-3118 or Alice 604 617-6821 Appt. only. Royal Pacific Realty

6035

Mobile Homes

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Manufactured Homes 1152 sq. ft. - Approx. $70.00/sq. ft. Quality Manufactured Homes

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3BDRM/1BTH 1162 Beechwood Crescent, North Van NORGATE: Newly Renovated, Laundry, Shed, Large Garage, Corner Lot 65x100, Close to Hwy, Min to Downtown, Close to Marine Dr. A MUST SEE!! $808,000 Call: (604) 760-6769

6035

Mobile Homes

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6050

Out Of Town Property

5 PRESTINE Acres, zoned for 10 unit Bed & Breakfast, suitable for year round activity, 35 miles North of Pemberton. $175,000. Phone Al 604-847-3133

6060

Real Estate Wanted

Real Estate Investor looking for, Houses, Townhomes, Condos, Fixer uppers. Call Calum (604) 532−1923 or email: calums@shaw.ca.

6065

Recreation Property

CANCEL YOUR TIMESHARE. NO RISK Program STOP Mortgage & Maintenance Payments Today. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Free Consultation. Call us Now. We can Help! 1-888-356-5248

3BDRM Cottage Point Roberts Family cottage in sought after west facing Freeman Beach. Large lot with beach rights. Many improvements incl new roof, furniture incl, move-in condition. Priced to sell - $275,000 Call: (604) 943-8722

6505

Apartments & Condos

1BDRM/1BTH Cultus Lake Bsmt suite across st. frm Lake, No Smk, No Pets $775 Mo (604) 202-8624

Chilliwack

BEAUTIFUL 3 lvl End Unit, completly remodelled, s/s pkg, granite c/tops, 4 BR T/H, nr 108 & 152 St, quiet & great area, Ready to Move in, $289,990. 604-716-6505

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Business Opps/ Franchises

MURRAYVILLE 2 BR mobile completely remodelled air cond, storage, large decks, nr amens, pkng $39,900. 604-534-2997

6508

Apt/Condos

1 BDRM large suites, new paint & carpets, senior oriented, close to town, Criminal record check req’d. 604-798-1482 1 Br $530up 2 BR, $695 up heat & h/w, garbage incl, no pets, Chwk nr amens. Resident Mgr. Member of Crime Free Multihousing, 604-792-8974 msg 1 BR apt, avail Dec. 1. Spacious. Balcony. centrally located, Chwk. Edward St. Heat & Garbage incl’d, onsite laundry. Full cable package included ($72 value) $670. Heather 1-800-815-6311

2 BDRM lge bright, corner unit, upper level, 4 plex. 5 appl, built in vac, balcony, f/p, Refs, cat ok, n/s, $850. Avail Dec. 604-824-7838

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6515

Duplexes - Rent

1 BR spacious, 4 appls ns, laminate, off Garden Dr Chwk, pet neg $600. Immed 604-847-0545 2 BR good area, Jenn air cooktop, shrd w/d, $850 incl utils, 604-792-7878 or 604-316-1192 2 BR, spacious, on First Ave. 4 appls, fenced yard, NS, small pet neg. $875. Dec 1. 604-847-0545

6540

Houses - Rent

SARDIS, 4 bdrm + den, fncd yard, nr schl, bus, n/s, n/p, quiet family, $1500, 604-316-1875.

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CHWK Downtown, 2 BR renovated grnd level apt, apt, $725, NS/ NP 604-746-7552 3 BDRM 1½ bth rancher, quiet, secure, 5 appl., newly reno’d, fenced yard, nr shops, trans, schools & hosp. N/p, n/s, refs $1200 + util. 604-795-7959/ 604-795-1660

6605

downtown with large yard $895/m. Ph 604-795-1433 3 BR, 5 appls, hardwood, garage, fp, ns, np, $1180+utils, Nov 15 1-604-538-8202 or 604-831-4078

3BDRM/3BTH #16-5648 Promontory Rd. Chilliwack Townhouse up on Promontory, 4 years old almost 2000 sqf, nice big fenced backyard, great neighbourhood, Cats OK, Avail. Dec.1 $1,400 Monthly Call: (604) 302-7208 email: rveliqi@hotmail.com

3+1 BDRM 2 bath, FFI area, dbl garage, close to schools, parks & on bus route. $1500/m + DD & util. Avail Nov. 1st. 604-792-6456

4BDRM/2.5BTH 2400sqft,main floor living,walkout basement,$1900/ mth - ewohnemrac@gmail.com CULTUS LAKE, yr. round rental, Balcony lake view. Responsible tenants to rent 3 bdr & office. N/p, N/s, $975/m & util. & D.D. Must have good Ref’s. pl’s lv. message (250)-642-7906

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Shared Accommodation

6595-20

1966 CHEVY CAPRICE, 2dr auto, red leather int, red ext, aircared, $7999 778-788-2025

6602

Suites/Partial Houses

1998 PONTIAC SUNFIRE purple, 5 speed, 4 cyl, 180K, whole car great condition. $1500. 604-818-7315

2BR, lrg, sep entry, new ste, incl w/d, cble, utilities. $950 ns, np, avail 604-799-2072 aft 3:45 pm

6508 z

1 bdrm 2 level Twnhse, 650 sq. ft. F/S. – $550 1 bdrm Agassiz F/S, coin laundry – $500 1 bdrm condo 6 appl., hot water incl’d – $675 1 bdrm condo 3 appl, hot water – $595 2 bdrm apt F/S, coin laundry, heat incl – $650 2 bdrm mn flr 5 appl, incl. util – $950 2 bdrm apt 4 appl, gas f/p – $800 2 bdrm condo 3 appl, Sardis, gas incl’d – $775 2 bdrm condo 6 appl, @ Summit – $950 2 bdrm condo close to hosp,6 appl,2 bth – $1050 2 bdrm house f/s, close to Cultus – $950 3 bdrm house 5 appl, close to town – $1200 3 + bdrm twnhse Promontory,6 appl, gas f/p – $1200 4 bdrm house Sardis,1 car garage – $1400 4 bdrm house 5 appl,2400 sq.ft. – $1400 4 bdrm house 4 appl,1 car garage,Dec.15 – $950 .......

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1997 VW Golf 2 dr h/b 5 spd, 106,000 km 90% brakes, $4800 warr incl 604-466-6007 MJAuto #30332

2002 HONDA Accord Se 4dr 5 spd pwr pkg, s/roof, mags, heat seat, new clutch/belt $6900 MJAuto #30332 604-466-6007

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Sport Utilities/ 4x4’s/Trucks

1995 DODGE Ram 1500 Laramie, 360 gas, 144K, c/w 5th whl hitch & wired for trailer, no rust $3500 obo. Ph 604-858-2907

8205

Paving/Seal Coating

Contracting

DoYouWant to Build a New Home?

Plumbing

NORTH GATE PLUMBING By Gord

Renovations Repairs New Installations All Work GUARANTEED Licensed with 30 yrs exp Reasonable Rates Phone 604-798-6370

8240

Renovations & Home Improvement

• Are you looking for a quality built home? • Do you want to build at builders cost? • Do you want to save thousands on HST? Call John Campbell

604-316-6321

2007 PT Cruiser convertible, white, auto, only 39,000km, Immaculate $13,800 ‘‘open to offers’’ 604-971-3179

or cbjohn@shaw.ca 10YearWarranty

1999 DODGE Ram Quad cab 4X4 side step bars. Exc cond $8800 MJ Auto 604-466-6007 D#30332

Quality, Pride, Commitment

2003 BMW 745i, local, very low kms, 1 owner, nac, f/load records, DL#31014, $16,950. 604-231-5800

1998 Dodge Neon 128,000 kms Coupe Sport. auto, well maintained, $2,750 (604) 943-8722

Scrap Car Removal

#30332

2003 MERCEDES E500 Sport, perfect low ks f/load moon lthr wholesale priced $13,950 DL#31014. 604-231-5800

2004 DODGE RAM 1500 Laramie quad cab 4X4, BCAA inspected $13,980, 147,500 km’s www.autofleet.biz 604-304-7653 Carproof report & warranty incl’d

2005 JEEP Liberty Sprt, 75,500 k v6, 4wd, blue/grey cloth int, exc cond. $12,800. 604-581-8985

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2007 GMC CANYON SLE Ext Cab 4X4 BCAA inspected $15,960, 87,000 km’s www.autofleet.biz 604-304-7653 Carproof report & warranty incl’d

Pick A Part Used Auto Parts 43645 Industrial Way Chilliwack BC V2R 4L2

604-792-1221 Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm 7 Days A Week www.pickapart.ca

9105

9173

Vans

2001 FORD Windstar Sprt 7 pass ac, cd mags116,000 km $4900 incl warr 604-466-6007 MJAuto #30332

2007 GMX EXT CARGO VAN, 6 litre, 280km, all Hwy, fully loaded, all factory options, GM dealer serviced from new, exc cond, $11,995obo. 604-351-7333

9515 2008 F-150 XLT SUPERCREW 4X4 BCAA inspected $23,980 44,900 km’s www.autofleet.biz 604-304-7653 Carproof report & warranty included

Auto Miscellaneous

Boats

Looking to Buy Small Boat Motors. 15hp and smaller. Will pay Cash. 604-319-5720

9522

RV’s/Trailers

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• Fall Pruning & Trimming • Leaf Removal Clean-Up • Lawn Care & Maintenance • General Yard & Building Repairs • HOT & COLD Pressure Washing • Residential, Commercial, Strata & Church Grounds Care Free Estimates 10% Seniors Discount VETERANS receive an additional 10% for the month of November

8195 2009 TRAVEL Lite 960rx ultra lite camper hardly used like new DL#31014. $13950. 604-231-5800

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DIESEL MOTORHOME, 36’, class A, solid fibreglass, 240 HP Cummings. $20k. 604-760-1762

• Kitchens • Bathrooms • Flooring • Sundecks • Fences • Arbours

Brad Woodrow: (604) 799-5117 www.bradscontracting.com

Kitchens/Baths

604-793-5249

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2008 MERCEDES C-CLASS C300 SEDAN (NAV) BCAA inspected $27,980, 60,000 km’s www.autofleet.biz 604-304-7653 Carproof report & warranty incl’d

DOUBLE O VENTURES ' Transform old concrete ' Interior & Exterior » Vinyl Sundecks » Railings » Siding & Soffits Quality & Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Estimates 604-703-0178 or 604-798-0578 doubleoventures@telus.net

J.H. ELECTRIC lic # 7474. New installations, repairs, service. No job too small. Jim 604-798-5742

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Electrical

NORTH Creek Projects All Home Reno, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Decks, Basements, Tiling, Call 6046716134

We will pay up to $

8080

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

2002 NISSAN Pathfinder, Chilkoot r/rack, run/brds,cd, new brks $7,600 MJ Auto 604-466-6007 D#30332

Have it recycled properly Pick A Part is environmentally approved and meets all BC government standards for automotive recycling

• Basements • Additions •Renovations

Ph Wayne 604-845-1141

2002 FORD Escape XLT 4dr auto 4x4 s/roof 6CD a/cared warr incl $6800 MJAuto 604-466-6007

2004 AUDI A4 Quattro 3.0 local, 1 owner low ks f/load lthr moon DL#31014. $13,950. 604-231-5800

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Frame to Finish Contracting

One Call Does It All Free Estimates

2005 RED MUSTANG CONVERT 87kms New brakes frt-rear, auto, $14,900 604 997-0554

Apt/Condos

RENTALS | 604-793-2200

★ SNOW BIRD SPECIAL ★ 2005 MONACO Esquire 46,000km 31ft Class C M/H, A/C, lrg slide. Excellent condition! 604-996-8065

Sports & Imports

CASH FOR ALL VEHICLES

1994 PONTIAC Grand Am SE 4dr auto pwr pkg grt km, $2,200 incl/warr 604-466-6007 MJ Auto #30332

STORAGE indoors for boats & RV’s... also prkg for logging/dump truck or large equipment Chwk. Resident on site. 604-795-9942

9160

SCRAP CAR & TRUCK REMOVAL 2H

9145

Storage

RV’s/Trailers

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

Domestic

Coq./Poco/ Port Moody

9522

THE SCRAPPER 604-790-3900 OUR SERVIC

2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING LX SEDAN, BCAA inspected $9,980, 99,950 km’s www.autofleet.biz 604-304-7653 Carproof report & warranty incl’d

ROOMMATE NEEDED to share 1800 sqft Townhouse in Port Moody, w/d, laminate floors, $595 incls utils, cable & internet, parking, indoor pool, nr SFU & Lougheed Mall. Suits professional working person or student. References Required. Avail Now. Call 778-846-5275

6600

2004 CHRYSLER Intrepid SE AC, pw/s, p/w, MINT. 64,000km only! $7300 obo. 604-323-4819

Auto Miscellaneous

FREE CASH BACK WITH $0 DOWN at Auto Credit Fast. Need a vehicle? Good or Bad credit call Stephanie 1-877-792-0599 www.autocreditfast.ca. DLN 30309. Free Delivery.

Sport Utilities/ 4x4’s/Trucks

2002 BMW X5 Auto 4.4L AWD Silver 161,000kms Good condition $10,500 (604) 985-9806 N.Van

STEVE TOWING SERVICES Scrap Car Removal. We Pay $$ for all cars. Call 778-316-7960

2006 CORVETTE convt triple, black, very low ks, f/load, nav $34,950. DL#31014. 604-231-5800

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

6595

2002 FORD Mustang auto, full pwr pkg, ext sporty, Fun to drive $6800 MJAuto 604-466-6007 D#30332

LANGLEY City. 3 BR, rec room, 1,700 sf. $1,195 + util. Ns/np. Dec 1. Near Kwantlen. 604-761-1316

Office/Retail Rent

9155

#1 FREE Scrap Vehicle Removal Ask about $500 Credit!!! $$ PAID for Some 604.683.2200

2 BDRM, 2BTH TH #2-46326 Princess Ave W/D, 1prkg, $850 OPEN HSE SATS 2-4PM 1604-251-5687;1-778-230-8968

3 BEDROOM HOME

6565

Townhouses Rent

Scrap Car Removal

9145

Domestic

Painting/ Wallpaper

Suds N Wash

Hot & Cold Pressure Washing & Interior/ Exterior Painting ✓ Siding ✓ Houses ✓ Concrete ✓ Patios ✓ Gutters ✓ Heavy Equipment · Residential · Commercial · Agricultural For Free estimates call 604-796-0189 Call Toll Free 1-888-400-8822 Cell 604-703-3319

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

8250

Roofing

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

Family owned & operated since 1962

604-792-1479

8255

Rubbish Removal

ROTZ DISPOSAL Rubbish Removal

We dispose of any household items. We also do suite clean outs. Reno. Construction. Backyard clean up. Deliver dirt, gravel, sand or small deliveries. Call Andy for a quote! 604-792-5803 home or 1-604-771-9343 (Abby cell)

8295

Snow Removal

SNOW

Removal & De-Icing • Strata • Commercial

Call Jeff 604-316-7792 • 2 Million Liability • Fully Insured

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Black. Sizes 2-18. Leg Length 30, 32.(3EKGDHFA1-761)

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Reg. $59.99

LOOK FOR OUR NEW FLYER IN TODAY’S PAPER!

SALE $44.99

A. HYPER-DRI® HD1 Fleece and Sherpa-lined Flannel Shirts B. HYPER-DRI® HD1 Fleece and Sherpa-lined Canvas Shirts Assorted colours. Sizes S-2XL. OVERSIZES 3XL-5XL. (2CEAWRFB16352/T. 2CEAWRFB16356/T)

Reg $59.99*

SALE $44.99* *OVERSIZES EXTRA

A. T-MAX® Lined Jeans and Canvas Pants Assorted colours and linings. Sizes 30–44. (4AMDWRAS23100/101/110/111)

Reg. $69.99 SALE $59.99

Assorted colours. Sizes S-2XL. OVERSIZES 3XL-5XL. (2CEAWRFA1872/T, 2CEAWRFA1874/T)

Reg $59.99*

SALE $44.99* *OVERSIZES EXTRA

B. Lined Chinos, Hikers and Cargos

Assorted colours and linings. Some available with T-MAX®. Sizes 30–44. (9AXCDHFB1301, 9AXCWRFB1302/3/4)

Reg. $59.99–$69.99 SALE $49.99–$59.99

D. Modern Fit Bootcut

Black. Sizes 2-18. Leg Length 30, 32.(3EKGDHFA1-762)

Reg $49.99 SALE $29.99 Reg $49.99 SALE $29.99 B. Classic Fit Bootcut E. Contemporary Fit Indigo, black. Sizes 2-18. Leg Bootcut Length 30, 32, 34.(3EKGDHFA1-707) Indigo. Sizes 2-18. Leg Length

Reg $49.99 SALE $29.99 30, 32.(3EKGDHFA1-760) Reg $49.99 SALE $29.99 C. Five-pocket Velveteen Black. Sizes 2-18. Leg Length 30, 32.(3EKGDHFA1-713)

Reg $49.99 SALE $29.99

A. Men's Dakota 8" 529 QUAD COMFORT® STSP Waterproof Antislip Workboots

B. Men's Dakota 8" 529 QUAD COMFORT STSP Antislip Workboots

Black. Sizes 7-11, 12, 13 (14, 15 through FastFind or special order)

Dark Brown. Sizes 7-11, 12, 13 (14-17 full sizes only through FastFind or special order)

(080-529WP-AS)

(051-529B-A52)

Reg $179.99 SALE $159.99

Reg $139.99 SALE $119.99

A. T-MAX® Hoodies

Assorted colours, styles and linings. Sizes S-2XL. OVERSIZES 3XL-5XL in select colours and styles.

B. Hoodies, Printed and Flannel-lined T-MAX® Vests Assorted colours, styles and linings.

(2BDDWRFB1-TM1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/13/14)

Sizes S-2XL. OVERSIZES 3XL-5XL in select colours and styles.(7AVGWRFB1-3119/3128/X/3129/3130)

SALE $59.99-$74.99* *OVERSIZES EXTRA

SALE $59.99* *OVERSIZES EXTRA

Reg $79.99-$99.99*

Reg $79.99*

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

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Chilliwack Times November 15 2011