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King has eyes on mayor’s seat
Rookie councillor announces candidacy to make it two challengers for top civic job BY
First-term councillor Heather King announced Wednesday she will make a run for the mayor’s chair in November’s civic election. “I firmly believe we need a municipal government that listens to, and engages, its citizens,” she said. “I want to hear what the residents have to say about the issues of the day and the impact on their neighbourhoods. “City hall needs to serve with the highest level of integrity and transparency. As mayor, I will ensure that there will be candid, open debate to arrive at the best decision possible because I believe in good, fair and honourable governance.” Despite running for Delta council for the first time in 2008, King topped the polls with more than 13,800 votes. She previously served as a school board trustee for six years. King and husband Dean are longtime Delta residents and have three sons.
“I have consistently demonstrated that I work well with anyone and everyone to achieve consensus and success for Delta residents,” she said. “Delta is currently in sound financial shape. I will continue to ensure that Delta taxes stay low and municipal debt is reduced while our infrastructure is maintained.” King said she would welcome the opportunity to continue to serve the residents of Delta as mayor. “My current role as councillor has enabled me to serve Delta in a wide variety of ways,” she said. “As mayor, I would welcome the opportunity to do more for Delta and ensure that we provide the highest quality of services possible for you and your family.” King is the second candidate to declare for the mayoral race. Former five-term councillor Krista Engelland, who lost to four-term incumbent Lois Jackson See KING page 3 FILE PHOTO
Heather King announced this week she will be running for mayor in November’s municipal election.
Teachers vote in favour of job action for September JESSICA KERR
As the school year wound down this week, teachers announced possible job action for September. The B.C. Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) announced Wednesday that teachers across the province voted overwhelmingly in favour of
taking job action. Ninety per cent of teachers who voted in a province-wide strike vote, held June 24, 27 and 28, indicated support for job action. About 70 per cent of teachers, 28,128, cast a vote. At issue are improvements to salaries and benefits, as well as government funding.
“Government would have the public believe that education funding is adequate, but it is simply not so,” said Paul Steer, president of the Delta Teachers’ Association. “Ten years of intentional constraint and forced cutbacks have squeezed the system and made it very difficult to meet students’ learning needs. It’s time
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duties in the classroom, as well as coaching and other extra-curricular activities, but halt any administrative duties. “This initial job action is designed to put pressure on the employer and the government, but to maintain regular classroom
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Middle Eastern family arrives in the Lower Mainland after two years in refugee camp outside Damascus BY
A group of local churches is sponsoring a refugee family from the Middle East. The family arrived last week at Vancouver International Airport. “When I realized the plane had touched down, after all those weeks and months of work and collection and stuff going on ... I just couldn’t help bursting into tears,” said Darlene Reppenhagen from Benediction Lutheran Church in Tsawwassen. “They were so happy to be here,” she added. She said the Tayyem family had been living in a
Hasan Tayyem (left), his daughter Alaa and wife Ferial are greeted by Mary Wartnow and Darlene Reppenhagen last week at YVR. refugee camp just outside of Damascus for the past couple of years. “It was just a glorious feeling and a good day,” said Reppenhagen, who was
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instruction for students and ongoing communication with parents,” Steer said. “Our aim is to demonstrate our commitment to students and their learning through a ‘teach-only’ campaign, and to bring pressure to bear upon government to bargain in good faith toward a negotiated agreement.”
BCTF president Susan Lambert said the strong “yes” vote shows teachers are united and are prepared to take action to achieve their goals of improved teaching and learning conditions, fair improvements to salary and benefits, and restoration of local bargaining rights.
one of the people there to meet the family — which includes a father, a mother, a son in his early 20s and a teenage daughter — at the airport last week. Another
son is already in Canada after being sponsored by a different group. Local churches sponsoring the family include Benediction Lutheran,
All Saints Anglican, Tsawwassen United and Sacred Heart. Peter Rose from Sacred Heart noted the sponsorship is part of a federal gov-
“Facing a concerted campaign by the government and the employer to turn back the clock on teachers’ rights and reverse hard-won provisions on due process, we have no choice but to take a stand for ourselves, our students and our profession,” Lambert said. “The employer is offering nothing and at the same time demanding we make many significant conces-
sion. That’s not collective bargaining. It’s just bullying.” Delta school district superintendent Dianne Turner said Wednesday that keeping teachers in the classroom is key. “We really have outstanding teachers,” Turner said. “All of this is hopefully leading towards a better working environment for teachers.”
KING from page 1 in 2008, announced her second bid for the top job last month. Engelland is running with One Delta, a new civic organization. “I’m running because I firmly believe we need a new direction at city hall,” she said. “I care deeply about Delta, its people, its
ernment program and the churches are responsible for looking after the family for a year. Fundraising will be ongoing, said Reppenhagen. They’ve found an apartment, which overlooks a park, in Burnaby for the Tayyems to live. Reppenhagen said Ferial Tayyem, the mom, got a sneak peak of the apartment. “She burst into tears, and said never in her whole life did she think she could live in such a beautiful place,” said Reppenhagen, who also wanted to thank Dyno-Mite Moving for moving donated furniture from Tsawwassen to Burnaby for the family.
history and its land use. As mayor, I intend to ensure Delta residents have a real say in their community.” It’s not known if Jackson intends to seek a fifth term as mayor as she was unavailable for comment this week. The next municipal election is slated for Nov. 19.
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Summer long weekends usually see a spike in accidents caused by impaired drivers.
friends and the community need to be earnest in their efforts to prevent impaired driving incidents.” Summer weekends see an increase in impaired driving, especially in those drivers coming from private functions such as barbecues and golf tournaments. Lamb encourages families, friends and hosts to be responsible in how they serve alcohol and to provide non-alcoholic options or transportation alternatives for those guests that have become impaired. “The key to reducing serious injuries is attitudes and behaviours. Taking that one moment to have a word with yourself could prevent injury and save your life,” said Dr. Ian Pike, spokesperson for The Community Against Preventable Injuries. Last year the provincial government introduced immediate roadside penalties to save lives, curb repeat offenders and give police more enforcement tools.
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MURPHY’S LAW I’m thinking of filing a complaint against the Vancouver police. Even though I’m technically not a taxpayer in the jurisdiction, I think the force has been abusing the public purse for years by overstaffing for the many large-scale events the city hosts. Think Winter Olympics, Celebration of Light and, if you will, every Canucks playoff game leading up to that fateful night of June 15. In the aftermath of last month’s Stanley Cup riot, much has been made about the inadequacies of the police response, with particular attention being paid to the yet-to-be-disclosed number of officers that were on the street that night. I won’t argue with the contention that having more cops in the downtown core might have allowed authorities to get a handle on the free-for-all quicker, but as John Furlong told The Vancouver Sun last week, “no number of police officers can manage a crowd of 100,000.” The vilification of police in some corners got me wondering: If we can complain there aren’t enough officers when things go sideways, can’t we also grumble there are too many when all goes smoothly (or at least when the event doesn’t morph into a full-scale riot with more fires to put out than a Gordon Campbell government)? When an event goes well and Vancouver doesn’t suffer a black eye internationally, couldn’t it be argued we have too many cops on the street? Clearly they aren’t needed in such numbers if the celebrations are peaceful and generally law-abiding (as they were throughout the Canucks’ playoff run), so in these instances the boys (and girls) in blue are an unnecessary strain on the public purse, don’t you think? Yes, I realize it’s an absurd assertion, and I acknowledge that policing is as much about keeping the peace as it is apprehending the bad guys after the fact, but I make it to highlight the no-win situation police often find themselves in. A trouble-free event equals staffing overkill, yet on the other hand utter mayhem translates into inadequate preparedness. Mind you, even if the police department deploys as many officers as it can muster, it still might not be sufficient if there are enough yahoos bent on destroying the place. And that, unfortunately, was exactly the case following a disappointing Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. I’m not suggesting police actions in dealing with the rioters are beyond reproach, but they must be viewed in the context of a most extraordinary situation.
Rookie councillor shows she’s deserving of more than ‘pity’ NATHALIE HEIBERGHARRISON
COMMUNITY COMMENT Three years ago, on the night of the municipal election in Delta, municipal hall was a busy place to be. Husbands, wives, rivals and allies all crowded into the main atrium to watch the results stream in on television screens, and there may have even been refreshments, too, although I can’t quite remember. It was all very exciting. To this day, there is one thing from that night that stands out for me more than anything else: Heather King. It was the first time the Tsawwassen resident had ever ran for Delta council and when she won she couldn’t hold back tears. She had wanted the spot, had fought for the spot and, finally, had secured it. She garnered 13,821 votes,
which was more than any other councillor and, in fact, more than Mayor Lois Jackson. (Jackson got 11,104 votes that year, beating Krista Engelland, who got 8,156.) I remember asking her: why? Why did a first-time candidate blow the rest of them out of the water? She joked that she had earned the “pity vote” by going door to door in the rain, armed with an umbrella, to introduce herself and plead her case. I don’t think it was just the wet weather that won her a seat, though. Since then, the former school board trustee has proven to be a capable, hard-working and openminded councillor — three adjectives that, I would argue, can’t be used to describe all of our politicians in Delta. It’s not impossible to avoid being controversial as a member of council as King has done, but she has done so by keeping an open mind. When others are dead set in their ways, she listens. On top of that, she’s accessible. She has a website, a Twitter account and a phone number. If you have a question, she’ll answer it. On her website there’s a sec-
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tion titled “Beliefs and Leadership Style” that I think sums it up nicely. “Authority is not power. Authority is great responsibility to be knowledgeable of the issues and understand the people who will be impacted by your decisions,” she writes. “You don’t achieve this in a vacuum. This can only be done by meeting with individuals in the community. My door is always open. I will buy the coffee.” I’m not trying to argue that King is the best candidate to vote for in the municipal election Nov. 19 — it’s too early to tell, anyway — but she is very worthy of being on that ballot. She will be running against Engelland, who has served five terms as a councillor in Delta, and both of them are promising to bring transparency and accountability back to municipal hall. Jackson, who has held her post for the past 12 years, hasn’t announced if she is running again. Other hats will be thrown into the ring over the summer, too, which all but guarantees King will be that small fish in the big pond, but I don’t doubt her opponents will be hoping for clear skies.
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We’re better off at 10%: MLA
Editor: Re: MLA’s position on HST shows she’s no different than governing Liberals, letter to the editor, June 29 It is telling that the NDP’s Nic Slater and the Liberals’ Mike Schneider have both written deliberate misrepresentations of my actions on the HST. Is there election talk in the air? I supported the government motion to lower the HST to 10 per cent if the
public decides to keep the tax in the upcoming referendum. I was comfortable doing this because the people make the final decision. If the public chooses the HST, I felt we were better served by a 10 per cent tax. Contrary to what both Slater and Schneider might pretend to think, my vote was not a “clear” endorsement of the tax. It was a recognition the government was bribing us with a
reduced tax — and far be it from me to say no to any reduction in our taxes. How Slater can conclude I am helping the government “impose” the HST on British Columbians is beyond me. Spinning the truth for partisan ends is precisely what I deplore and is why I chose to offer the people of Delta South an independent alternative. Vicki Huntington Delta South MLA
Accounting requested on new traffic signal Editor: Re: Full traffic signal to be installed at 1st and 56th, June 24 According to the article, a full traffic signal — at a cost of $150,000 — is to be installed at the intersec-
tion of 56th Street and 1st Avenue. I wonder how much of that quoted “estimated cost” is made up by equipment and how much by labour; and, how much for bureaucratic input. While I do not disagree
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Editor: Kevin Falcon’s recent tirade about MLA Vicki Huntington’s clearly stated article about the HST propaganda was nasty and slanted, but it is Mike Schneider’s column I find most offensive. He is rude to those of us that support our MLA’s principled stand against the use of public funds for an ad campaign to essentially brainwash us into accepting higher taxes. Christy Clark’s B.C. Liberals have been producing propaganda. I do “listen to the radio every once and a while” and “watch news on TV” and “read the paper.” The half-page ad (our money) on page 6 of
the Optimist’s June 24 edition is a perfect example of the type of propaganda that is being sold to you by the B.C. Liberals with your own money. If you see the B.C. logo, you paid for it. Even the uninformed can surely see the B.C. Liberals’ blatant pushing of higher taxes in the form of the HST. The HST applies to items and services that were previously exempt with our initial system. If the new system means fewer taxes in government coffers, why would the government be so desperate to have our vote? Do you think Falcon and his cronies are advertising so they have less money to
play with after the referendum? No, the B.C. Liberals want more tax revenue to continue to build the South Fraser Perimeter Road. Thank you, Vicki Huntington, for truly representing Delta’s interests in Victoria. Where were the Liberals when we protested enormous power lines over our schools? Inform yourself about Falcon’s part in the environmental disaster we call the SFPR/Gateway. If you read the B.C. Liberal propaganda and take it as non-partisan, you might as well just drink the Kool-Aid. I agree with Schneider on one point: place a thoughtful vote. Jennifer Thoss
Tough loss to swallow in Game 7 of Stanley Cup finals but it’s time to get on with our lives Editor: What happened to sportsmanship in sport? The Canucks lost to the better team. They reached the finals and one side had to lose. They were beaten by an exceptional
goalie. Yes, it was a bitter pill to swallow, but life has its bitter pills. I still say, “Go Canucks, we love you.” Now let’s get on with life. Ann Baranszky
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Sweet sweet Skor was surrendered to the shelter because her previous owners added a baby to their family and kept ﬁnding Little Miss Skor sleeping in the baby crib. They were concerned about this behaviour and so decided to surrender her. Skor has been around other cats, dogs, children and everything in between and has been tolerant and friendly with most. She is a little timid and unsure of her new surroundings and doesn't seem to handle stress very well; though we believe that it will not take her long to go back to her old ways!
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July 1, 2011 The Delta Optimist A11 In the Community
Irene Forcier, chair of the Reach Foundation (left), and Reach executive director Renie D’Aquila (middle right) receive a cheque for $20,000 from the Rotary Club of Ladner incoming president Linda Ottho and president Guillermo Bustos. childhood. Programs and services include developmental assessments, preschools, therapies, autism intervention programs, youth social programs, and family support and education. Reach recently launched a $4 million capital campaign to build a community-based child development centre in the heart of Ladner. The new centre will be bigger and more accessible than the current Reach centre in East Ladner, enabling more children, youth and families to
benefit from programs and services. “As a past president of the Rotary Club of Ladner, I am aware of Reach Society’s incredible community contributions and I know of no other project that will impact the community more than this one,” says Irene Forcier, chair of the Reach Foundation. The Rotary Club of Ladner has been in existence since 1957. This donation is through the Avenue of Community Service, where Rotarians give back to the places they
live in. “Supporting youth initiatives has become Rotary’s new Avenue of Service,” says club president Guillermo Bustos, “but it is especially important to support children and youth with special needs. We hope that other clubs and community organizations will join in this effort.” For more information about the Rotary Club of Ladner, contact incoming president Linda Ottho at 604-240-1733. For more about Reach, call 604-9466622 or visit www.reachdevelopment.org.
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Reach Child and Youth Development Society was presented with a $20,000 cheque from the Rotary Club of Ladner last week in support of its work with children with special needs and their families. “We are grateful for this donation,” says Reach executive director Renie D’Aquila. “The Rotary Club of Ladner has provided a range of support to Reach Society over the years. Recently the Ladner Rotarians have physically helped with painting our sheds and buildings and participating in our preschool program. “Recognizing that 15 per cent of the population has special needs and that the incidence rates are increasing, we simply cannot meet the ever growing demand. Today’s generous donation from the Rotary Club of Ladner will enable more children and youth with special needs to receive the help they need.” Reach has been serving the community of Delta since 1959, supporting the development of children throughout all stages of
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Summer is the season for horse shows, and Greenhawk is taking to the road with a spiffy, new mobile store! Our 24-foot show trailer is stocked with all the equipment a show rider needs, from shampoos and fly sprays to saddle pads and horse treats. It’s a store-on-wheels with the added advantage of being able to be re-stocked throughout the day from the Greenhawk stores in Langley and Vancouver. Painted shiny black, the trailer is decorated with same dramatic horse head image featured on Greenhawk’s current catalogue. The trailer made its debut at Thunderbird Show Park in June for the BC Open Hunter, Jumper show and stayed to welcome dressage riders at The Touch of Class. On the hooves of that event came the first of three summer shows at Milner Show Park in Langley. From July 13 to 17, Greenhawk Mobile will be parked at Southlands Riding Club in
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Jesus is Perfect Theology
Jesus is perfect theology! What do we believe? Who do we use as our example? Do we only believe in the things that seem logical? This has been one of the most challenging issues in the history of the church. It is a normal desire to want logical explanations for the events, successes and failures that take place in our lives. We want to be able to give others a “step-by-step” plan on how they can also achieve success and avoid failure in the future. We want the assurance that we have done everything possible to make sure that we are not to blame for the results that we are experiencing. We will justify these experiences by saying, “it must have been God’s will”. The challenge we face today is being able to truly identify the will of God in our lives. JESUS IS PERFECT THEOLOGY! JESUS IS THE PERFECT WILL OF GOD! It is only by looking at His life and example that
we can determine what the will of the Father is. When Jesus was in the midst of a storm, He spoke peace over the waves and wind and calmed the storm. When He came across the sick, He healed them. Jesus released those who were bound by demons and judged the religious who thought they were justiﬁed by what they were doing. He loved the poor in spirit when they knew that they didn’t deserve any favor. Jesus never caused anyone to die of sickness because He felt He needed to teach His disciples something. He never allowed anyone to be possessed by a demon or sickness so that they would “grow” through their suffering. Jesus said, “I have come to give life and life more abundantly”. The enemy comes to kill, steal and destroy - Not the Father! We have shifted these two roles in our minds by saying that God is the one who is allowing disaster, death and destruction so
that we can “learn something through it”. When someone receives healing or is blessed ﬁnancially, we say that it won’t last or we judge the person who prayed over them. Groups and opinions are formed to appose anything that is different from our traditions and comfort zone and that is challenging us to step out in faith. Jesus was probably one of the most uncomfortable people to ever be around, especially if you were caught in religion and not walking in relationship with Him. Jesus is our perfect theology! He is the one we should model our lives after and build our faith on. People ask, “What about Job and the Apostle Paul?” My question to them is, “What about them?” They are not the ones we are building our relationship and faith on. Jesus is! He was and is the perfect model of a Son that understood that his Father is the ultimate deﬁnition of GOOD.
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On Canada Day, we have much to celebrate. We are fortunate to live in peace and freedom in one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Come out and enjoy the Canada Day events being held in our communities. in our communities.
Slow down I hang out a lot with older people. There is a circle of older elders that I see regularly. They are a source of great blessing and wisdom for me. I find the more time I spend with old people, the better I see how fast the world is moving around me. It is clear that sometimes the pace of life is just plain crazy, and even dangerous. Rose and I were discussing how impatience was likely a factor in another elder we know being struck and knocked down by a car while in the crosswalk at 56th Street and 12th Avenue in Tsawwassen. She was hospitalized with a broken shoulder, was in a state of shock, and has had her confidence badly shaken. She is sight-impaired and so
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CHURCH DIRECTORY St. David’s Anglican Church
1115 - 51A Street, Tsawwassen • 604-943-4737
8:00 am - Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) 10:00 am - Holy Communion (Book of Alternative Services) with youth and children's programs
11:00 am Mid-week Eucharist (BCP) and lunch
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Sundays 10AM Worship Service
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9:00 am Continental Breakfast 9:30 am Service of Holy Communion
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St. Stephen's United Church 9696 Ladner Trunk Rd. (at Hwy. 99) The Rev. Doug Graves
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SUMMER HOURS 10:00 AM Coffee & Refreshments 10:30 AM WORSHIP SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 PM PRAYER & BIBLE STUDY VBS JULY 11-15 2:00-4:00 PM – AGES 5-12 GAMES, BIBLE LESSONS, SNACKS & ETC.
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SUNDAYS, 10 AM Worship & Christian Education “All are warmly welcomed to worship with us as we Celebrate God’s Grace.”
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didn’t see who hit her. Rose says, “Slow down,” to me and to all of us. I repeat that sage advice to myself often: “Rose says slow down.” It helps me remember that in order to notice the other, and care for them, I need to slow down. In order to care for myself, I need to slow down. Psalm 23 is an alluring invitation to do the same: “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures; he leads me beside still waters. He restores my soul.” As we take Rose’s advice (stop and smell the roses?) we will find rest and restoration for ourselves and, rather than hurting each other, we will notice and care.
4594 – 54A Street, Ladner, B.C. Call: 604-946-7033 Email: email@example.com Web: www.ladnercrc.org Pastor: Henry Jonker Youth Pastor: Jed Schoepp
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....in South Delta
Free summer concerts Series put on by Delta Parks and Rec has many July dates BY
ive music fans won’t have to travel far this summer to hear some tunes for free. Delta’s Concerts in the Park series is underway and there are a number of shows scheduled for July. One of those shows (July 5 at Diefenbaker Park) will feature local artist Matthew Presidente. The art-rock pianist/ singer/songwriter from Tsawwassen has been involved with the concert series since 2003 and says he looks forward to taking part in the event. “At these outdoor family-friendly events I try to maintain my high-energy performance style while putting on a show that has a little something for everyone,” Presidente says in an e-mail to the Optimist. For the July 5 show Presidente (on the piano) will be performing acoustically with Hazen Rice (on the guitar), a longtime friend and musical accomplice. “Playing with Hazen is marvelous — him and I share a deep passion for music and together we are able to riff off each other
and jam out very intuitively.” Presidente, who has independently recorded and released four full-length albums, notes he’ll be doing material from his newest album, This City’s Colors, some older songs of his as well as some covers of classics. Musically inspired by artists like Elton John, The Beatles, Cat Stevens and Leonard Cohen, Presidente debuted in 2001 and has showcased original material at venues around the Lower Mainland, including the Dufferin Hotel, the Railway Club and the Media Club. The Centennials will also get to perform in their hometown of Tsawwassen during the concert series. The indie rock band has a show scheduled for July 7 at Diefenbaker Park. Graeme Carswell, who plays percussion, says concert-goers can expect “a really chill, summer vibe” at the show. “I think we’re going to stick to originals, we don’t have any covers planned yet. We might throw in a couple that people recognize,” he says. The Centennials is made up of three other South Delta Secondary students
The Centennials, a local indie-rock band, have a show scheduled for July 7 at Diefenbaker Park.
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Tsawwassen’s Matthew Presidente has a show set for July 5 at Diefenbaker Park.
who are heading into Grade 12 — Sam Merritt and Parker Woods on vocals and guitar and Taylor Reynolds on bass and harmonica. Carswell is the most recent member of the band
and says he is enjoying his time with the group. “It’s been great. Playing percussion kind of adds a different feel to our music,” he says. “We love to play and we
have a lot of fun doing it.” Concerts in the Park shows are cancelled in inclement weather. Those who attend are advised to bring their own blankets or lawn chairs. Concerts are scheduled to start at 7 p.m. with the exception of a Delta Concert Band show that is set for a 7:30 p.m. start. Visit www.corp.delta. bc.ca for more information. *** Concerts in the Park schedule: Diefenbaker Park in Tsawwassen Tuesday, July 5 Matthew Presidente Wednesday, July 6 Bossa Boys Thursday, July 7 - The
Centennials Saturday, July 23 - Delta Concert Band (before BIA movie night) Saturday, Aug. 6 Doghouse (before BIA movie night) Memorial Park in Ladner Tuesday, July 12 - Delta Concert Band Wednesday, July 13 Doghouse Wednesday, July 20 Kindred Spirits Social Heart Plaza in North Delta Thursday, July 7 Doghouse Sunshine Hills Park in North Delta Tuesday, July 26 - Delta Concert Band Wednesday, July 27 Kindred Spirits
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Cappadocia: A Turkish jewel Treasures include ancient sites, artistic marvels, scenery BY
MARGARET DEEFHOLTS Optimist contributor
The music is haunting: a solo flute plays a piercingly sweet melody supported by a soft steady drumbeat. An expectant hush falls on our audience as five men file into the circular arena and bow, with arms crossed against their chests, to a “master” standing at one end. They then take their places in a circle. Clad in long flowing white gowns, brown caps on their heads, they begin to twirl, slowly at first and then gaining speed, their skirts fanning out, arms outstretched, eyes closed and heads angled to one side. They are the whirling dervishes of Turkey. “Semâ,” as this ceremony is known, dates back to the life of a 13th century Sufi mystic named Rumi, who held the belief that all existence is circular, from the protons and electrons
revolving in an atom, to the orbit of celestial bodies in the firmament. The wheel of creation is the core of all being, and the act of whirling awakens a sense of divine one-ness with God. The music grows softer, and the dervishes as they spin anti-clockwise seem to be in a spiritual trance, one outstretched palm held upwards to receive heaven’s beneficence, the other one turned downwards to transmit blessings to the earth. The notes die away, the men open their eyes and come to a halt; they bow once more and then file out to their cells for a period of meditation. The ceremony is a fitting introduction to the area of Turkey we are about to explore. Cappadocia in the central Anatolia region is Turkey’s jewel casket. It is a treasure trove of ancient sites, artistic marvels and extraordinary scenery. As our tour group’s bus rounds a corner late one
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A view of the fantastic landscape of Goreme.
evening, there is a collective intake of breath. It’s as though a curtain has suddenly been drawn to reveal an eerie landscape of white-caped limestone peaks standing fold upon fold like an army of pale ghosts looming against the gathering dusk. The next day, at a lookout near the town of Goreme, the scene is a children’s fairytale book come alive.
An enchanted land of twisted rock turrets, mysterious caves, fairy chimneys and gigantic magical mushrooms; a place where rocky outcrops transform themselves into imaginary stone wizards with tall hats, gaping mouths and hollow eyes. Then, a little further away, at Uchisar an immense cream-coloured limestone cliff pocked with
cave holes comes into view, prompting one of our group to exclaim: “Looks like a hunk of Swiss cheese!” Cappadocia has secrets that pierce the veils of time. In Kaymakli I step warily into a narrow aperture that fans out into a labyrinth of underground passages. The air smells dank and our voices bounce off the walls. This was once the hideout of as many as 5,000 early Christians forced underground by Roman persecution. The settlement had eight storeys (only four have been excavated so far) and apart from private living quarters, the complex also had a granary, water cisterns and animal barns. The community worshipped in a small chapel, celebrated festive occasions with wine from their cellar, and prepared meals in their kitchen. A ventilation chute provided fresh air even to a depth of four storeys. I stand in silence for a sec-
ond or two imagining how the walls around me had once echoed with the voices of people who’d loved, laughed, cried, married, raised their families — and endured a mole like existence rather than forsake their Faith. Amazing! I step out with relief into the bright sunshine. The open-air museum at Goreme showcases medieval cave-churches painted by Christian monks between 1000 and 1200 AD. The vivid Byzantine-era frescos are deserving of a better camera than mine, but no lens can capture the passion that went into the creation of these works of art that even after 10 centuries still have the power to transfix. Travel Writers’ Tales is an independent travel article syndicate that offers professionally written travel articles to newspaper editors and publishers. To check out more, visit www. travelwriterstales.com.
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Upcycling author comes to Ladner
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n an era of social consciousness, sustainable living has become the latest designer trend. The concept has caught on with ecological artisans, or upcyclers, who create iconic pieces from waste stream materials. These objects articulate a poignant message of today’s consumerism while inspiring creative methods to tread a little lighter on our planet. Upcycling blurs the line between art and craft with recycle-based designs. “Where most people only see waste, upcyclers see opportunity,” says Linda Bodo, the author of The Art of Upcycle. “Common day-to-day cast-offs are skillfully persuaded into a new function while still maintaining their previous character. Taking stewardship of our planet is a serious responsibility, but it can be done with a sense of humour.” Bodo says upcycling is a fulfilling, creative step towards polishing your eco-halo: easy on the earth, easy on the pocketbook and easy to accomplish. The eco-designer, author and columnist will make a stop in Ladner while touring Greater Vancouver to
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Get out of that exercise rut
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ave you ever been in an exercise rut? You know the feeling, where you go to the gym and do the same set of exercises, week in and week out. While it is commendable that you are maintaining a regular exercise routine, you should be wary of giving of your body the same dose of physical conditioning each and every workout. While there are no researchbased standardized guidelines to follow with regards to how often we should change up our workout routines, I recommend changing some variable in your workout at least once every two weeks. This change could be simple, like increasing the weight being lifted or changing the speed/ tempo of the exercise or changing how many reps you do or
Picture 1b the order in which you do your exercise. Or it could be a little more complex, like changing the exercise itself. Take a look at how I have spiced up four common exercises so that they can continue to do their magic on your body over the long-term.
1. Instead of an ab crunch: Do a dumbbell floor sweeper • Lie face up holding dumbbells above your chest. Lift your legs up and out to the left (picture 1a), keeping them straight. Then return to center and repeat to the right. Return to center, lower your legs, and do a sit-up (picture 1b), keeping your arms straight above you.
so that you are now on the sides of the feet and the arm on the ground is under the shoulder and the other arm is straight up above the shoulder forming a “T” (picture 2).
4. Instead of a seated row: Do a renegade row • Grab a pair of 10- to 15pound dumbbells and get into a plank position with your hands on the weights and your feet hip width apart. • Lift you right arm up and raise the dumbbell until your elbow passes your torso, pressing the left dumbbell into the floor for balance and keeping the hips quiet (picture 4). • Lower your arm and perform the same with your right. This is one rep. P.J. Wren is a local personal trainer and writer in the Delta area who can be reached at www. fitnesswithpj.com.
2. Instead of a push-up: Do a T push-up • Start off with a standard pushup, feet hip width apart and the hands either directly under your shoulders or slightly wider. • As your body rises out of the push-up, rotate your entire body
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The Sidekick Players Club opens its 15th season with Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Men this fall at the Tsawwassen Arts Centre. Director Carroll Allan will be holding auditions for this classic play on Monday, July 11 and Tuesday, July 12, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Sidekick Rehearsal Hall in the arts centre, 1172-56th St. Callbacks (if necessary) will be Wednesday, July 13. The drama depicts a jury forced to reconsider its nearly unanimous decision by the single dissenter who sows a seed of reasonable doubt. The story begins after closing arguments have been presented in a homicide case, as the judge is giving his instructions to the jury.
As in most American criminal cases, the 12 men must unanimously decide on a verdict of guilty or not guilty. (In the justice systems of nearly all American states, failure to reach a unanimous verdict, a socalled hung jury, results in a mistrial.) The case at hand pertains to whether a young man murdered his own father. The jury is further instructed that a guilty verdict will be accompanied by a mandatory death sentence. These 12 then move to the jury room, where they begin to become acquainted with the personalities of their peers. Throughout their deliberation, not a single juror calls another by his name because the names are unknown by the jurors. Several of the jurors have different reasons for
discriminating against the witness: his race, his background and the troubled relationship between one juror and his own son. Auditions will be on a first-come, first-served basis with a cold read from the script. Requirements are 13 men from 21 to 70s. One must have a European accent. This is a non-equity production and all successful actors must become members of the Sidekick Players Club. Production dates are Thursday to Saturday, Oct. 20 to Nov. 5. Production staff is also required and new members are always welcome. Contact carroll. Lefebvre@hotmail.com if you are interested in joining Delta’s longest-running, award-winning theatre company.
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Team Canada camp shortens Olsen’s summer Saskatoon Blades sophomore forward looking to crack roster of U18 team for upcoming tournament in Europe BY
Ryan Olsen’s summer holidays are being cut short and the Tsawwassen teen doesn’t mind one bit. The 17-year-old member of the Western Hockey League’s Saskatoon Blades will be getting a head start on his return to the prairies after being among 42 players invited to the National Men’s Summer U18 Selection Camp, slated for July 30-Aug. 2 in Calgary. Olsen is attempting to crack the Canadian roster for the 2011 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka Tournament, scheduled for Aug. 8-13 in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound centre earned the opportunity with his play for Team Pacific at the World U17 Challenge back in December, as well as with the Blades over the final half of the season. “It was something I was thinking about for sure,” said the South Delta Minor Hockey alumni. “I know there is going to be a lot of depth at the camp and I am hoping I can show them that I can bring some energy and the ability to grind it out.” Olsen has had little time to catch his breath since returning home and finishing off his Grade 11 year at South Delta secondary school. He had already launched a demanding strength and conditioning program with Ian Gallagher and now is back on the ice for skill sessions with Yogi Svejkovsky. Olsen suggests he is a more complete player after having served a different role last season for the first time in his hockey
career. Having seen nothing but top end ice time and regular duty on the first unit power play right through major midget, he was used mostly as a fourth line centre for the Blades as he made the adjustment to the major junior level. He finished with 14 points, including seven goals, in 63 regular season games. Saskatoon advanced to the second round of the playoffs before being bounced by eventual WHL champion Kootenay Ice. “I certainly didn’t get the kind of playing time I’m used to but it was still a good experience,” he said. “I did move up to the second line when there was an injury and the coaching staff was great.” Olsen has much greater expectations for the season ahead which ultimately could be his draft year. “My goal is to definitely be on one of the top two lines and be one of their go-to-guys,” added. “Next year is big year for me and that’s what I’m working hard towards.” And it all starts in a few weeks in Calgary. Icing... Also having to get jump on his summer training is Tsawwassen’s Brendan Gallagher who has been invited to the National Junior Team Development Camp for the second straight year. The Vancouver Giants sniper will be among 46 prospects in Edmonton — Aug. 3-7. The 19-year-old Montreal Canadiens draft pick is coming off a career best season, including 44 goals. Last year, Gallagher advanced to the final selection camp in December before being released.
Tsawwassen’s Ryan Olsen is hoping a strong showing at the upcoming Team Canada U18 Summer Selection Camp will provide plenty of momentum for his sophomore season in the Western Hockey League with the Saskatoon Blades.
Collings in the hunt to play for national women’s softball team YK. Collings has been enjoying an outstanding collegiate career at Drexel University in Philadelphia where she has earned all-conference honours for three straight seasons. The selection camp is likely nothing more than a formality for
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North Delta’s Jennifer Yee who has already established herself as one of the country’s top players and a key bat in the Team Canada lineup. The 24-year-old is coming off an outstanding career at Georgia Tech University where she was a finalist for NCAA Player of the Year in her senior season. Last
month, she was named a co-winner of Delta Sports Hall of Fame’s Female Athlete of the Year. Following the final Selection Camp, Softball Canada will name its roster for the inaugural Scotiabank Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship at Softball City in
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Two Delta players are currently participating at the final selection camp for the national women’s softball team, including Tsawwassen’s Paige Collings Following regional evaluation camps in Brampton and Surrey, 26 players were extended invitations for the final camp in Whitehorse,
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The Ladner Cubs played their best baseball of the season when it mattered the most to win the Midget AA League championship. The Cubs were part of an 18-team regional league that featured entries from Sechelt to White Rock. They enjoyed a solid regular season to earn the fourth seed heading into the playoffs. They scraped together a couple of wins to earn a semi-final date with the most experienced and talent-loaded team in the league — the Cloverdale Hitmen. After falling behind early, the Cubs settled down and played solid. In the fourth, the bats came alive with hits from Luke Smith, Adam Enns, Benny Laird, Charles Duhamel, Nathan Mah and Reece Griffing — resulting in six runs. Ladner was able to nurse a two-run lead the rest of the way despite Cloverdale having its opportunities. Catcher Mitch Marentette ended a bases load threat in the sixth when he picked off a runner at third base. In the seventh, with runners on
Ladner second and third, a sharply hit fly ball to centre field was snagged by Connor Smith with his bare hand to end the game. A textbook catch it was certainly not, but as a player quipped “the guys from Youtube” should have been here to film that.” The victory secured a trip to the Sunshine Coast to face Sechelt at Ryan Dempster — named after the hometown Major League star pitcher with the Chicago Cubs. On this day the Cubs affiliation seemed to be stronger with Ladner than with the host team. With the exception of the first when Enns threw out a runner at home from center field to end the inning, the pitching of Marentette and
Cubs Luke Smith allowed Sechelt minimal scoring opportunities. A gutsy two strike bunt by Zach Hughes and alert base running by Tim Main and Enns provided the only two runs of the game and allowed the Cubs to claim victory. For third year players Eric Neville, Marentette, Luke Smith, Nathan Mah, Adam Enns and Matt Baker it was a perfect conclusion to their final spring season as members of the Ladner Minor Baseball. The Cubs roster also features: Zach Hughes, Brendan Mah, Tim Main, Arjun Bains and Alex Duhamel. The coaches are Doug Griffing and Jeff Enns.
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Ladner Minor Baseball Association’s Mosquito Division wrapped up the 2011 season with the Giants edging the Cubs 6-5 in the playoff championship game. The Giants roster includes: Paul Abraham, Connor Deane, Jaicob Hastings, Damien Hearl, Sam Husdon, Jacob Kovalick, Connor Laidlaw, Sam MacFarlane, Ryan Mackenzie, Aneel Nijjar, Ethan Prasad and Jaiden Robinson. The coaches are Raj Prasad and Bruce Mackenzie.
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What a rare opportunity! Westham Island Winery is being offered for sale! 32.63 Acres of assorted mature berries! Beautiful 3,800 sq. ft. home built in 1997+ beautiful winery store, large barns, fruit stand, etc! WHAT an OPPORTUNITY!
2170 Westham Island Road-Ladner
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Absolutely beautiful 4 bedroom + den executive home in desirable location. Walking distance to historic Ladner Village! Some features include granite, hardwood, tile, new ensuite bathroom, beautifully landscaped yard with new covered deck area & beachcomber 9 person hot tub! This is a gorgeous home in a great location! Don't miss it! Walk to Ladner Market, nature trails, golf course in minutes! Will not last.
5056 Westminster Ave., Ladner
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#108-1175 55th St., Tsawwassen
PRICED @ $449,900 BEAUTIFUL LOFT-STYLE T/H e degre 360 our online lt vir tua Wow! What an excellent 2 bedroom loft style townhome in the heart of Ladner Village. Updated with laminate ﬂooring, paint, moulding, counters, etc. 1,180 sq. ft. vaulted ceilings, 3 balconies, etc! Walk to all stores in 1 minute!
#15-4925 Elliiott Street-Ladner
priced @ $285,900
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4755 Cedar Tree Lane, Ladner
priced @ $499,900
e degr e 360 our online lt vir tua Sensationally updated home with views! $350,000 spent on renovations! Wow! Words can't describe it! 3,810 sq.ft sprawling executive home with 4 bedrooms up + large bedroom suite down! Open plan, high end kitchen with granite, ﬁr custom cabinets, double sized fridge and freezer, dual fuel stove, etc! 5" handscraped hardwood ﬂooring, crown moulding + extensive trimwork, new energy star windows, doors, closet organizers, brand new bathrooms throughout with high end travertine 12 x 24 tiles! New slate stairs + walkway into house, new retaining wall out front, new covered deck! Cultured stone, new gutters, fascia board and downspout, etc! Huge 9,828 sq.ft lot with sunny west-facing rear yard! Views from upstairs of Boundary Bay! Do not miss this one-of-a-kind spectacular home! Check out the virtual tour online!
771 Underhill Drive, Tsaw.
priced @ $988,800
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Absolutely stunning 2 bedroom and den ground ﬂoor corner unit! 1,288 sq.ft with customized built in storage cupboard in entryway! Gorgeous walk-in closet onto master ensuite with customized doorways! Granite countertops in kitchen and master suite and crown mouldings throughout! Enjoy your very own private west facing patio! Great location, one minute walk to all of Tsawwassen's amenities! Do not miss this!!!
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Wow! This is a stunner! Absolutely adorable rancher. Extensively updated 1528 sq ft. 3 bedroom + large games room on very desirable cul-de-sac in one of Ladner's greatest subdivisions, "Victory South"! New roof, landscaping, exterior & interior paint, window trim, 5 mm rustic oak laminate ﬂoor, crown moulding, baseboards, new quartz counters in kitchen, updated cabinets, undermount sink, 2 gas ﬁreplaces, new blinds & curtains. This house is move-in ready! Needs nothing! Excellent family home, great neighbours, great location. Don't miss this! Walk to nature trails, golf course or historic Ladner Village! Check out 360 virtual tour online! Will not last!
2 BDRM, 3 BATH T/H WITH STUNNING VIEWS! Beautiful updated 2 bedroom 3 bathroom townhome in sought-after Faiway Views complex! Unobstructed views over the 6th green of the Beach Grove Golf Course. Peaceful setting with 2 private yards, one landscaped with fountain + pond, etc! Updates include hardwood, crown mouldings, new bathrooms, gas ﬁreplace, tile, etc! Stunning views! Walk to town centre or beach in minutes!
5354 Aspen Way, Ladner
1182 Fairway Views Wynd, Tsawwassen
priced @ $599,900
PRICED @ $449,900
#1#1 Agent in South Delta RealIN Estate SOUTH DELTA
of SALES SALESFOR IN 2010! Based on *Based on # # of 2010! *
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priced @ $823,900
Absolutely beautiful 1,686 sq.ft. 3 bedroom detached home in sought after Cedar Tree Lane! Updated with new kitchen (2003), new roof (2006), windows (2005), solid pine wood doors, engineered hardwood, cement patio, paint, etc! etc! etc! Sunny west facing private yard! Do not miss this great home! Walk to historic Ladner Village in minutes! Bare-Land strata fee $50 a month.
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Absolutely beautiful 2 bedroom townhome in sought-after “Pillars”. Open kitchen concept, maple kitchen with center island, gas ﬁreplace, etc! Private large patio, etc! etc! Private access to 2 “separate” parking spots. Large storage workshop at your garage level! Beautiful unit! Don’t miss it!
#14-1700 56th Street-Tsawwassen
priced @ $368,800
ALMOST SOLD OUT! QUICK!
Absolutely stunning 4 bedroom, 2372 SF, 2 level home with a resort-like rear yard many updates include new ﬂoors, new bathrooms, roof, windows, 2 car carport, etc. Stunning rear yard with large inground swimming pool, hot tub, professional landscaping large sunny sundeck, 100% privacy, etc. 1 bedroom basement suite downstairs. Do not miss this stunning home in great Sunshine Hills location. Across the street from a huge nature reserve. With biking & hiking trails and 2 minute walk to golf course.
10963 64th Ave., North Delta
priced @ $658,800
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ONLY 1 REMAINING in 9 TOWNHOME COMPLEX. BRAND NEW HIGH-END UNITS! Private yards, 2-5-10 year national warranties, quality built, 3 bdrms, 3 baths. Call today for an information package, etc. etc. Nautre trails at your doorstep.
priced @ $529,900
WOW! BEAUTIFUL 2.88 ACRE ESTATE!
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WONDERFUL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! NATIONAL TENANTS! GREAT UPSIDE POTENTIAL! 3.9 ACRES DOWNTOWN SARDIS/CHILLIWACK. Value Village, House 2 Home Furniture, End of the Roll Carpets! 6% CAP RATE!
45150 Luckakuck Way
priced @ $8,880,000
GORGEOUS 4 BEDROOM
e degr e 360 our online lt vir tua Wow! Rare! 2.83 acre estate backing onto nature! What a beautiful property! Sprawling 2,500 sq ft rancher set back off private driveway! Excellent, level, landscaped & manicured grounds with mature blueberries and lots of pastrue for your hobby farm desires! Picturesque barn, loads of parking space and access to nature at your ﬁngertips! Easy access to all major highways too!
Gorgeous 4 bedroom and den luxury home with it's own theater room! Over 3,100 sq.ft on a 6,673 sq.ft lot! Central location, close to all amenities! Custom built by Highmark Homes. Do not miss this stunning home!.
10429 64th Ave, Ladner
5383 Laurel Drive-Ladner
priced @ $1,395,000
priced @ $1,080,000
WOW! BRIGHT CONDO
BEAUTIFUL 2-LEVEL HOME
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Wow! Excellent, bright 1 bedroom condo (764 sq ft) in Ladner’s sought after Ladner Pointe! Totally rainscreened & new windows, new roof, decks, interior hallways, gardens, etc! etc! Like brand new! Very spacious unit, quiet location overlooking garden! Walk to Safeway & London Drugs in 1/2 a minute! Do not miss this great condo! Location! Location! Location!
Beautiful 4 or 5 bedroom 2-Level home in desirable Port Guichon School catchment! Many many upgrades including new bathrooms, appliances, washer/dryer, all double glazed windows, etc etc! Park-like private south-facing rear yard, large covered balcony, this is a great family home! Don't miss it! Easily suitable!
priced @ $245,000
priced @ $575,000
#B301-4821 53rd St-Ladner
4732 46 Avenue, Ladner
sales 44 since January 24th2011. 2011. sales since January 24th, 80 Srm every1.40 1.91days! days. That sale every Thatisis1a sale stats stats taken takenas asofofMarch JUNE 27th, 26th,2011 2011
AND 6 other accepted offers this week!
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* Fraser CURRENTLY *Fraser CURRENTLY RANKS at #5 out of all RANKS at #4 out of realtors in GREATER all realtors in GREATER VANCOUVER for total VANCOUVER for total sales in 2011. (Over sales in 2011. (Over 6,500 realtors total) 6,500 realtors ranking total) That is actually That is actually ranking in the TOP 0.3% of in the TOP 0.3% of ALL ALL realtors in Greater realtors in Greater Vancouver!!!
Re/Max Progroup Realty 100-5000 Bridge Street
A26 The Delta Optimist July 1, 2011
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WOW! THIS IS IT! A LUXURY EXECUTIVE ESTATE IN THE HEART OF LADNER! 6,160 sq.ft HOME less than 1 year old! Built with total style and quality ﬁnishings! Situated on a park-like 20,000 sq.ft (half-acre) lot in perfect location! Contemporary styled home, high 25 foot ceilings, euroline windows and doors, Kentwood Wide-Plank hardwood ﬂoors, high-end bathrooms, etc etc etc! You can't explain this house with words! It is stunning and a one-of-a-kind estate! Large, professionally landscaped front and rear yards, paving stone driveway, detached 900 sq.ft shop at rear of home (ﬁnished to same quality as the house!) Please look at 360 virtual tour online to get a feel for this stunning executive home! You will not ﬁnd anything like it in Ladner! Don't miss it! What an opportunity! Walk to absolutely everything in minutes! Nature trails, golﬁng, ﬁshing, boating, Historic Ladner Village, its all here at your ﬁngertips! Don't miss this one!
PRICED @ $2,088,888
5382 Crescent Drive-Ladner
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Excellent 3 bedroom rancher on quiet street. Large family room at rear of house, updated with newer furnace, windows, gutter & sofﬁts etc. Hardwood ﬂooring, paint, etc. Detached single garage & shop, large driveway. Don't miss this one!
PRICED @ $559,900
5020 59th Ave., Ladner
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#1 Real Estate Agent in South Delta TOP 1% OF ALL REALTORS IN GREATER VANCOUVER in 2009+2010
Beautiful spacious 1,860 sq ft 3 bedroom plus games or 4 bedroom townhome in desirable Ladner Estates. Updated kitchen, bathrooms, laminate ﬂooring, paint, mouldings, etc! Spacious rooms, great layout! Large private yard! Quiet location! D on't miss this! Excellent value!
PRICED @ $469,900
2 - 4788 57th St, Ladner
Top 5% of all Realtors in Greater Vancouver in 2006, 2007, 2008 7 yrs of Prestige RE/MAX Western Canada Awards
Medallion Presidents Club Member Re/Max Progroup Realty 100-5000 Bridge Street
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Waterfront! Waterfront! Waterfront! BEAUTIFUL west-facing condo with unbelievable water views! Updated 2 bedroom and den riverfront condo in the absolute heart of Downtown Ladner Village! Updated unit with renovated kitchen, bathrooms, stai nless appliances etc! Walk to the Village market in minutes! Or walk along the river at night, and enjoy Ladner's Nature setting! 2 Sun-drenched west-facing balconies where you can sit and look out at your yacht parked in your very own boat slip! Do not miss this stunning condo with unobstructed views! What an opportunity! Great brick construction! Do not miss this!
PRICED @ $399,900
#209-4815 48th Ave., Ladner
#1#1 Agent in South Delta RealIN Estate SOUTH DELTA
# of of SALES IN 2010! Based on SALESFOR *Based on # 2010! *
This representation is based in whole or in part on Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board Statistics *This representation is based in whole or in part on Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board Statistics
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priced @ $829,900
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One-of-a-kind Boundary Bay Beauty! 2,640 sq.ft., 4 bedroom, 2-storey home with a contemporary feel and views over farmland! Complete renovation in 1995 which includes new kitchen with merit cabinets, Viking gas range, Fisher/Paykal fridge, etc! Updated bathrooms, new torch-on and 20 gage standing seam steel roof. New windows and reﬁnished wood ﬂooring! Stunning resort-like yard backing beautiful greenspace with beautiful in-ground swimming pool! Walk to beach in less than 2 minutes! Live the "Bay" lifestyle!
167 65B St., Tsawwassen
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Wow! Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 storey home, main ﬂoor down, bedrooms up! Updated bathrooms, laminate ﬂooring, light ﬁxtures, paint, mouldings, new roof and furnace! Private yard! Walk to historic Ladner Village in 1 minute!!! Don't miss this opportunity!
PRICED @ $599,900
4963 Mariner Pl, Ladner
check out 360 virtual tour @ www.pixilink.com/tours5/302-4745-54a-j Absolutely beautiful top ﬂoor penthouse unit in sought-after Adlington Court. Vaulted ceilings, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large living room, loads of storage. Beautiful balcony overlooking trees and quiet setting! Excellent location! Walk to Historic Ladner Village in minutes!
PRICED @ $349,900 GREAT INVESTMENT!
#302-4745 54A St., Ladner SOUTH EXPOSED PATIO!
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WOW! What an opportunity! Own an updated FULL DUPLEX (both sides) (over 4,280 sq.ft), 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, etc! Could be potentially turned into 4-Plex! Both homes have been extensively updated to include new windows, roof, deck, perimeter drainage, etc! Interior upgrades include kitchens, carpets, engineered ﬂoors, bathrooms, tile, etc! etc! Ready to move in! Many options! Live in your own 2,200 sq.ft half-duplex and rent out the other side and cover approximately $450,000 on a mortgage! Or rent the entire duplex out for $2,000 per side! What a great investment opportunity! Rare! Don't miss it!
Beautiful South-Exposed 1 bedroom condo in sought-after Ladner Pointe. Totally Rainscreened and renovated building with 2-5-10 yr warranty! Unit has been updated with new laminate ﬂoors, paint, mouldings. Large balcony with sunny exposure overlooking private courtyard! Quiet! Do not miss this one!
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B306-4821 53rd St., Ladner
priced @ $839,900
priced @ $239,900
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stats stats taken takenas asofofMarch JUNE 27th, 26th,2011 2011
AND 6 other accepted offers this week!
sales 44 since January 24th2011. 2011. sales since January 24th, 80 Srm every1.40 1.91days! days. That sale every Thatisis1a sale
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604.946.8899 LINDA SWANKY RANCHER
OPEN SUN. 12 - 1:30 PM
Great location... close to everything! 2,575 square foot, 3 bedroom rancher with a loft and a sunroom. Mexican tile floors throughout the home. Entertainment size kitchen/ family room with loads of maple cabinets. NEW ROOF, HOT WATER HEAT BOILER!!! Very bright with lots of skylights. This home is for the chosen few. FOR 3600 VIRTUAL TOUR AND FLOORPLAN GO TO WWW.DELTAREALTY.CA Call Bob or Linda 604-946-8899. OPEN SUNDAY 12-1:30 PM
5115 Central Ave, Ladner
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Beautifullyupdatedrancherwithaloftindesirablecul-de-sacneighborhood.Gleaming engineered brazilian cherry floors. Formal living room with gas fireplace, dining room, beautiful new kitchen with granite counters, gorgeous cabinets, tiles, new appliances and all the bells & whistles. Cozy eating area and family room overlooking beautifully landscaped west exposed back yard. Spacious master bedroom with brand new ensuite. 2nd bedroom and main bath. Upstairs loft area with sitting area, 3rd bedroom and bath. This is a beautiful home is ready and perfect for the empty nester or young family. FOR 360O VIRTUAL TOUR AND FLOOR PLAN GO TO WWW.DELTAREALTY.CA Call Bob or Linda 604-946-8899. OPEN SUNDAY 2-4 PM
4685 Kensington Pl, Ladner
FOR THOSE WHO EXPECT THE BEST
Wonderful family home in terrific East Ladner neighborhood. Lovely living & dining rooms. Beautiful kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, eating area and large family room overlooking backyard. Bonus large den or bedroom on main floor. New flooring. Upstairs with 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite and large walk in closet. 2,578 square feet. 3 full baths. Easy access to Vancouver, walk to school & parks.. FOR 3600 VIRTUAL TOUR AND FLOORPLAN GO TO WWW.DELTAREALTY.CA Call Bob or Linda 604-946-8899.
4888 63A Street, Ladner WEST COAST
SUTTON GROUP WEST COAST REALTY
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Fabulous 2 level home with 99 year lease on Tsawwassen First Nations land. This well cared for home is 2,030 square feet, 20 years old and includes a 1 bedroom suite down. Main floor with beautiful hardwood floors. Living room, dining room, kitchen with newer appliances, 2 bedrooms (master with 3 piece ensuite). Newer windows, newer hot water tank, etc. All located on a large lot just across the street from the park. Views to the Ferries and gulf Islands. First time offered!!! FOR 360O VIRTUAL TOUR AND FLOOR PLANS GO TO WWW.DELTAREALTY.CA. CALL BOB OR LINDA 604-946-8899
#1 Agent in the Great Vancouver Real Estate Board* #2 Agent in the Great Vancouver Real Estate Board* #3 Agent twice, in the Great Vancouver Real Estate Board* #1 Agent in South Delta for 11 years* MLS® Presidents Club for 10 years* The Presidents Club represents the top 1% of Realtors® in the Great Vancouver Real Estate Board. *Based on career achievements as per Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board Statistics for homes sold (unit sales)
2346 Falcon Way, Tsaw.
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Don't miss out on this terrific home. Very clean & very well maintained 2,200 sq.ft. home. Aluminum roof, brand new landscaping. Fresh paint inside. New carpeting & laminate. Spacious living, dining & kitchen upstairs with 3 bedrooms. downstairs could easily be used for a suite or just a great place for the family (new bathroom down, 2 bedrooms, large family room & large laundry area). Cul-de-sac location. FOR 360O VIRTUAL TOUR GO TO WWW.DELTAREALTY.CA Call Bob or Linda 604-946-8899.
4542 Hawthorne Place, Ladner
Perfect home for large blended family or inlaws or great revenue income. This builders own home boasts over 4,200 square feet with bright & beautiful open foyer leading up the staircase to formal living room, dining room, kitchen (and a wok kitchen), eating area, family room, den, 4 bedrooms & 3 baths. Below you will be able to entertain the whole family in this deluxe media room! Plus there are 4 more bedrooms, kitchen, eating area, living room & 2.5 baths. BONUS…. detached 800 sq.ft. office, workshop or studio. Entertainment sized covered deck, patio, extra parking and more. FOR VIRTUAL TOUR GO TO WWW.DELTAREALTY.CA Call Bob or Linda 604946-8899
5226 Crescent Drive, Ladner
GREAT BIG FAMILY HOME
2,956 square foot, main floor living, bedrooms up on the East side of Ladner. Total of 4 bedrooms, den/office, family room & 4 full baths. Floor plan with flair! Country size 46 x 154’ lot with manicured, south exposed, park-like backyard and sprinkler system. You must get in to see this home. FOR 3600 VIRTUAL TOUR AND FLOORPLAN GO TO WWW.DELTAREALTY.CA Call Bob or Linda 604-946-8899.
6146 48 A Ave., Ladner
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When the sun comes out you’ll have the ultimate spot to enjoy it. The upper deck is over 800 sq ft and faces south, or perhaps you’d rather enjoy the quiet oasis of the private back deck off the kitchen. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and over 2000 sq ft make this a comfortable home to live in. The family room on the main level has a 3 piece bathroom and could easily be a master bedroom or perhaps a great guest room. This is a bright, very clean well cared for home on a large lot. The furnace was new at the end of 2009 and the main bathroom on the upper level has been beautifully renovated. There is a wood burning ﬁreplace in the formal living room and a gas ﬁreplace in the family room. With ample storage space, a shed in the backyard and a workbench in the garage, you’re all set to take on any project. 6 parking spots will give you room to park an RV for all those visiting relatives. Pop by on Sunday for more information or call for an appointment, it’s a pleasure to show this lovely home.
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604-786-2890 www.paulaburns.ca Sutton Group West Coast Realty 15595 24th Ave., White Rock, BC
726 sq. Ft. One bedroom condo, corner unit with south facing wraparound patio. Recently updated with engineered hardwood, paint, kitchen and bathroom ﬁxtures and countertops and the building has new windows and sliding glass doors, roof , hardy board and siding. Enter your suite either by the front door or through your gated patio deck. This is a very sweet property, perfect for those starting out or downsizing. All assessments for the work done have been paid, just move in and enjoy your rancher style condo. No opens so call for a private showing.
NEW LISTING 101-5553 16th Avenue, Tsawwassen $218,900
BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED 3 BEDROOM END UNIT IN THE PILLARS. This townhome offers main ﬂoor living with bedrooms up and 2 secure underground parking stalls with entrance directly into the home. The main ﬂoor has walnut coloured wood laminate ﬂoors throughout. The white shaker kitchen with its walk through pantry has new stainless appliances, Corion counters and a center island overlooking the living room and out to the private patio. The master is a lovely retreat with 4 piece ensuite with soaker tub. The other 2 bedrooms share a full bath: the laundry is up as well. The complex is getting a new roof in July 2011; maintenance includes radiant hot water heat on the main, the molding accents and neutral design make this move in.
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TOBIASON - Avonia Irene Lillian (Stewart) Born in Olds, Alberta on June 16, 1923. Our beautiful Mom, Grammy, sister, Aunt and friend passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on June 24, 2011. Predeacesed by her loving husband Toby (1985), her parents Charles and Mary. Her siblings Helen, Estelle, George and Jack. Survived by her loving boys Stewart, Bruce (Cindy) Alan (Christine). Her Grandchildren Jennine, Jamie and Michael. Her brother Herb Stewart, nieces, nephews and lifelong friends Golly MacGillvary and Mona Mason. Avonia lived in Hedley B.C. in her early years and then moved to Nelson, B.C. as a young girl, where she enjoyed her young life. Toby and Avonia were married in 1954 and moved to Tsawwassen from Richmond in 1966 to raise their family. They enjoyed travelling, cooking, entertaining, spending time with family and red wine. A memorial service will be held on Thursday July 7 at 1:00 at Benediction Lutheran Church 5575 6th Avenue, Tsawwassen, B.C. Pastor Ken Harris will Officiate. The family would like to thank all the wonderful staff at Mountainview Manor where Avonia resided for the past few years. In lieu of flowers. Donations greatly appreciated in memory of Avonia to Delta Hospital Foundation for Mountainview Manor 5800 Mountainview Blvd Delta, B.C. We will forever miss you Mom GRANT - Rena Chloe (Nee Handy) Rena Grant passed away peacefully with her family by her side on June 24, 2011 in West Kelowna, BC. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 62 years Irv; sons Randi and Ken (Sharon); numerous nieces and nephews; and very good friend Bev Degner. Rena was sadly predeceased by four sisters and two brothers. Rena was born and raised in Saanich, BC and served in London and Germany during W.W.II. She lived with her husband, Irv in Tsawwassen for 25 years, where they raised their family. They moved to Peachland 33 years ago at retirement, and have been active in their community - she will be missed. The family wishes to extend a thank you to the very special staff of The Village At Smith Creek. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Rena’s memory to the Canadian Diabetes Association, 1589 Sutherland Avenue, Kelowna, BC V1Y 5Y7. At Rena’s request, there will be no formal service. Arrangements entrusted with First Memorial Funeral Services, phone: 250-762-2299. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.mem.com.
CLARK, Marie Blanche Yvonne June 20, 2011 Lovingly remembered by family and friends. A heartfelt thanks to the staff at Delta Hospital for the quality care provided in her final days. Service July 4, 2 pm at Sacred Heart Church, Ladner. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.
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CUSTOMER SALES REPRESENTATIVE Patton & Cooke Co - Surrey Manufacture Full-time Position Position Summary: The customer service representative provides service and sales support to our customers while working with production and sales to ensure on-time delivery of products. Responsibilities & Duties: Receiving inbound calls and orders from customers , which will include: receiving & entering of orders, checking pricing & providing quotations, follow-up on current orders, tracking, ensuring availability, shipping considerations, administrating RGA’S effectively. Coordinating & administration, which will include: working with production & shipping employees in coordination of orders & expediting. Emails, filing and other duties assigned. Skills and Attributes Required: Fluent in English, Microsoft office. Attention to detail, able to multitask and work independently. Customer service oriented, excellent verbal and written communication skills. Personable, with the proven ability to quickly establish and grow relationships with customers and contacts. Accepting resumes by fax only: 604-591-3505
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Cancer June 21-July 22: It’s a jumbled week, careening between great luck and unexpected rebuffs. Your energy, charisma and effectiveness are at a yearly high, so you can easily handle all this. Your career or ambitions demand behind-scenes agreements or research (or government liaisons) all month. Midweek (especially Wednesday) you could ﬁnd just the right data or “note” to bring about co-operation from another. But forget about co-operation Thursday/Friday. Your career, VIPs and parents act unpredictably now to 2019, favouring you Monday, impeding you Thursday. Ah, well. Romance Saturday! Leo July 23-Aug. 22: Lie low, rest and recuperate. Contemplate and plan. Be charitable, spiritual, deal with government agencies. All these bring peace, affection and good fortune. Your hopes rise all July about a legal, educational, international, cultural/ social or love matter. Good, but be “mild” in this – if you push it or depend on it too heavily, you could weave a subtle trap for yourself (or simply face disappointment) especially around July 22. Despite your weariness, social matters arise, and you ﬁnd a new talkativeness, humour – good! Be cheerful but cautious in dealing with a boss Tuesday. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22: Your hopes rise, as fun, ﬂirtations, entertainment, popularity and social delights ﬂow around you! You’ll meet (now and for 15 years) fascinating, alluring, elusive and puzzling people. You can let this drive you to distraction, or you can fall in love – “perfect partners” are here! But don’t fall for an alcoholic, drug addict, hopeless dreamer, con artist, porn star or anyone with OCD. These types are easy to spot. (And a con artist will ﬁnd you invulnerable if you’re – paradoxically – unselﬁsh.) All July, don’t get steamed about, pushy in, nor invest in, your career.
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Tim Stephens' Astral Reﬂections Aries March 21 - April 19: The accent lies on home, family, real estate, security, garden, nutrition – and ending stale situations. This whole area ﬂows sweetly, even luckily, most of July. One of the situations you end might be a relationship that you once felt deﬁned your life. Despite all this “down home” and “ending” stuff, the weeks ahead are unexpectedly romantic – but the romance is casual, friendly rather than explosive. (The eleven months ahead bring easy sensual links.) Tackle chores Monday/Tuesday. Relationships bloom with signiﬁcance Wednesday night to Friday: one ends, one starts? Taurus April 20-May 20: The emphasis lies on communications, errands, paperwork, reports, news, details, casual acquaintances, siblings and “everyday busyness.” Money ﬂows swiftly to you and away from you all month – be smart, bank it; avoid spending or you could end up poorer. A major (wrong) temptation to spend could occur around July 20-24 – careful! For 14 months (Aug. 30, 2012) investing, paying down debt, dealing with “net worth” is a lot luckier than spending – think “us,” not “me.” Home-related discussions ﬁll July – they’re a road to future pleasure! Downplay differences Friday. Gemini May 21-June 20: The main accent’s on money, possessions, sensual attraction, memory, rote learning and surface appearances. These ﬂow quite luckily all July (especially Monday morning) but run into some surprises and barriers Thursday/ Friday – avoid shopping these two days. Especially avoid high-tech stuff, don’t ﬁnalize investments, and DON’T push for sensual/sexual intimacy. You feel more active, restless, curious, communicative this month – a short trip (or two) could take you to friends, to optimism and hope – go! Romance appeals but isn’t easy Wednesday night to Friday. Step cautiously.
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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Be ambitious. Your career and prestige relations are blessed with graciousness and good luck all July. This week is packed with planetary aspects both good and obstructive; most of these operate in communications, daily events, and other “light” zones. In a broad way, Sunday/ Monday are easy, Thursday/Friday are difﬁcult (a career choice) and the rest are mixed. Take care with legal, international and educational matters: these grow intense all month, and are double-edged. You could ﬁnd great agreement, or trip on angry hassles. A light touch works best. Popularity grows! Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21: The emphasis lies on discovery of reasons, of the “why” – and on international travel, love, cultural rituals, society’s raison d’etre, education, publishing, law, abstract thought. It’s a gentle, peaceful time – though this week has so many jumbled and surprising events that the peace might only be within you. I mentioned love – that’s a big theme for the ﬁfteen years ahead. One of your favourite signs, Cancer, is in true love territory, also – and might approach you Saturday. Popularity, hope ﬁll Tuesday/Wednesday. Lie low Thursday/Friday. You shine with charisma Saturday! Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21: Mysteries arise all week, but in most instances these are light or social mysteries, such as a phone number w/o a memory, gossip, a “why’d he do that?” A more signiﬁcant wonder – or choice – might arise Friday/ Saturday, about money, an investment, inheritance, or a spiritual, health or government situation. If you’re not sure what action to take these two days, just stand back and observe: plans will form soon. Earlier, Sunday/Monday are gentle, wise. Be ambitious Tuesday/Wednesday. Hope arrives, Thursday. All July, relationships intensify: love’s good, ﬁghting’s hard.
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July 3 - 9, 2011 Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19: The accent lies on relationships, relocation, opportunities, opposition, contracts, negotiations, and dealing with the public. This week is jumbled; misunderstandings can arise. Still, others treat you with affection and grace. Be sure to return the favour Friday, when you might be a little self-involved or stubborn. Ferret out secrets Sunday/Monday – you’ll like what you learn. Wisdom, understanding, gentle love visit midweek. Avoid arguments Tuesday morning. Be ambitious Thursday, but realize unpredictable elements at home might undermine career ”timing.” Hopes soar Saturday! Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18: Tackle chores all week – but practise safety. Your romantic courage grows all July. This might spur you to approach someone Sunday/Monday or Wednesday night to Friday. Go, have fun, but accept that experience is its own reward. Success could come, initially, in the pursuit of intimacy (or investments) Monday-Wednesday, but make sure all ethical or legal factors are in place. Ultimately, you might decide this week was better spent on work! A deep insight, secret, ally – or help from an agency – can bring splendid luck on real estate or family fronts. Be ambitious Saturday. Pisces Feb. 19-March 20: Romance ﬁlls this week, and some stunning moments can a) bring a locking of eyes that amazes you, or b) a certainty that true love exists or c) both. But true love’s course doesn’t run smoothly this week, so be prepared to jump between intrigue/elation and frustration. By Friday, you’ll experience a deep, subtle knowledge that love is either dawning, or is, in this case, part of the past’s trash pile. All July, beware your temper, especially at home. A friend’s words could point to wish fulﬁllment midweek! Saturday’s gentle, wise. Don’t move into a new home before Aug. 3. firstname.lastname@example.org • Reading: 416-686-5014
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COACH House, Ladner 720 square feet, living on main level, 2nd bedroom upstairs. Private backyard. Washer and dryer, parking. No Pets $1,200 Monthly Call: (778) 846-6094
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Tsawwassen, CASA DEL SOL Two 1 Bdrm’s July 1 & Aug. 1 , From $775 incls heat & H/W, carpets, drapes, 2 appl, 2 elevators, under ground parking avail. Please Call 604-943-8954 or 604-488-4733
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EVERGREEN DOWNS 4600 Evergreen Lane, Ladner
2 BR apartment, $835/mo includes hot water and one parking stall. Electricity, phone, cable is extra. Elevator in building and coin laundry. We are family housing so cannot rent a 2 bedroom to a couple or a single person. Income guidelines are a range of $2,500 to $4,100 gross per month to qualify. We have no subsidies available at this time. Application, references, proof of income are required. Security deposit for unit is 1/2 month’s rent. We do accept small dogs and pets with an additional 1/2 month’s rent as security deposit.
If you are interested, and meet our guidelines and would like to view, please call 604-451-6082
TSAWWASSEN Tsawwassen Terrace
Are you looking for a 2 bedroom suite in a well maintained building? Bldg is located on 16th Ave and is close to the bus, shops and the beach. Heat, hot water and parking included in the rent. To view please call 604-943-7666
1 bedroom suites available in small bldg located near shops, school, bus stop and rec centre. Rent includes 2 appl, carpets, drapes, heat and hot water. Bldg consists of new windows, sliding doors and a putting green. To view please call 604-782-4326
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1 bedroom suites available in clean and quiet bldg, only 1 block from shopping centre and located on bus route. Only minutes from parks and beach area. For more info or to view please call 604-943-0002
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2200SF 3BR. +office, 2.5 bath, huge 7370sf south facing lot. $679,000, Mike 604-943-9600
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1 bedroom suites available in a quiet well maintained bldg. Rent includes 2 appl, drapes, heat and hot water. Building improvements include a putting green, updated windows and patio doors. Located close to school, shopping centre and bus route. To make an appt. to view please call 604-943-1487
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