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Delta council this week voted to give temporary protection to a high-profile heritage house that was possibly headed for demolition. At Monday night’s meeting, civic politicians approved a request from the Delta Heritage Advisory Commission to issue temporary heritage protection for the Kittson residence at 9230 Ladner Trunk Rd. Coun. Anne Peterson, who sits on the heritage commission, raised concerns about the overall state of heritage homes in Delta falling into disrepair and being demolished earlier this month after the Corporation received a demolition application for the farmhouse and barn. The barn was built in 1895 and the home in 1907 by farmer and Delta pioneer Robert Kittson. It is listed as having a high heritage value and is on Delta’s heritage inventory, but not on a heritage registry, which provides greater protection. The Kittson residence is on a 40-acre parcel and was recently sold by John van Dongen to a new owner, who is planning to build greenhouses on the property. The commission is not opposed to the demolition of the barn, but Peterson said losing the large heritage home is problematic and yet another case of “demolition by neglect.”

“This is a house that has some serious, serious problems,” said Coun. Ian Paton, noting that it would be costly for the owners to restore it. The commission was told the cost to restore the house is estimated between $400,000 and $500,000. The cost of moving it within a 10-mile radius was estimated to be $250,000, however, an assessment determined that, structurally, the house should not be moved.

“I, personally, am not holding out a lot of hope.”

Coun. Scott Hamilton

Council agreed Monday night to issue a 60-day heritage protection order for the home to give staff time to consult with the new owners, Bram and Jos Moerman, to see if other avenues for the house can be explored. Coun. Scott Hamilton stressed that the protection of the home is temporary and the building is at the mercy of the new owners — Delta does not have the money to step in and restore the home, he said, and such actions are not in the municipality’s purview. “I, personally, am not holding out a lot of hope,” he said. Correspondence from the new owners suggests a willingness to negotiate with Delta to save the house. In an e-mail received Monday, See HERITAGE page 3

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20-year plan ready for takeoff Alpha Aviation looking to attract new tenants, bring in more investment to Delta-owned Boundary Bay Airport BY

ing, wholesaling and distribution, as well as business park office uses. Earlier this year Delta extended its lease to Alpha to 2099. Noting the rezoning won’t occur on lands at the airport that have direct access and are designated as airside, needed for air-


A new 20-year master development plan is about to get underway at the Boundary Bay Airport. Alpha Aviation, which leases and operates the municipally-owned airport, from the Corporation of Delta, is looking to attract new tenants and bring in more investment. “The positive impact of this growth, on businesses not only located at the Airport, but throughout Delta and beyond, in the manufacturing, construction, transportation, retail and services sectors, can be tremendous,” said Alpha Aviation Inc. General Manager Greg Fong in a new release. According to Alpha Aviation, Boundary Bay is one of the top aviation training centres in Canada. It serves as a reliever to Vancouver International Airport (YVR). With recent capital investments and expansion Boundary Bay Airport now has the capacity to accommodate corporate business aircraft, smaller regional air carriers and serve as a major aviation industry centre. Delta Chamber of Commerce president Ian

“This plan promises to result in a major economic development opportunity for Delta and area.”

Ian Tait

Alpha Aviation says Boundary Bay Airport is one of the top aviation training centres in the country. Tait recently said there will be new development opportunity and its spin-off benefits. “This plan promises to result in a major economic development opportunity for Delta and area,” Tait said in the chamber news release. “It will attract developers and ultimately businesses to the Boundary Bay Airport area, some

related to aviation sector and others looking for an excellent location in the heart of the Lower Mainland accessible to all modes of transportation.” Delta council recently agreed to award a $250,000 contract for a consultant to design new drainage water and sewer services at the airport. The goal is to plan new servicing infrastructure

that is expected to encourage industrial growth for the area. Engineering director Steven Lan told council the current servicing at the airport lands is outdated with much of the infrastructure located in the wrong places and not meeting standards. In June, council approved a zoning amendment to extend the light industrial and business park


use area at the airport in order to allow an auto parts warehouse and distribution operation to open. Two years earlier, council agreed with a request by Alpha Aviation, which leases and operates the municipal airport, to lease lands which don’t have direct access to the airport apron or runways to a wider range of users, including warehous-

port related purposes, Coun. Robert Campbell, who chairs the Boundary Bay Airport Advisory Committee, told the Optimist Alpha Aviation is “bleeding money” despite making a considerable investment to upgrade the airport. “I think what they’re doing is constantly revaluating their position and trying to get to a place where they can generate more revenues out of the airport,” he said. “There’s certainly quite a bit of developable airside land that needs to be kept for directly related to airside uses or airport uses, such as hangars.”

Case against SFPR could be heard next week Civil suit claims highway goes through number of burial sites that have spiritual and sacred significance BY


The battle to stop the construction of the South Fraser Perimeter Road will continue in a Vancouver courtroom as early as next week. In May, Tsawwassen First Nation member Bertha Williams and William Burnstick, of the Cree Sioux First Nations, filed a civil suit in Vancouver Supreme Court against the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, the Minister of the Environment, and the Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations claiming the road “go through a number

of burial sites that are of spiritual and sacred significance.” They claim the government was well aware the highway project would have an impact on archeological and burial sites but took no steps to modify or redesign the plans. The B.C. Supreme Court Hearing into the matter was set to begin Tuesday morning, however it was adjourned. Lawyer James Straith, who is representing Williams and Burnstick, said the case could be heard as early as next week. Williams and Burnstick claim construction of the road will cause irreparable harm to sacred burial

HERITAGE from page 1 the Moermans suggest

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grounds. is not involved in the lawThe area contains a site suit. referred to as St. Mungo’s, The TFN government which a government archetook steps to publicly disology and environmental tance itself from the suit assessment report stated earlier this year. contained human remains. TFN lands and natural The site, on the shores of resource manager Andrew the river near Bak conthe southern tacted “So we’ve been foot of the the Delta very fortunate to Alex Fraser Optimist bridge, was participate in a very after the the home of suit had meaningful way.” a historical been Andrew Bak launched fishing village, and is to note believed to contain middens his First Nation had a few with artifacts from three concerns about the road but different Coast Salish First they have been addressed. Nations cultural periods “It’s a tremendously large dating back approximately and complex site of great 5,000 years. antiquity and we wanted to Tsawwassen First Nation make sure we had a hand

in mitigating any potential impacts on the site, and we’ve had some great cooperation from the province,” Bak said. “We went one step further during our treaty negotiations to make sure that site would be given all the protection it’s entitled to under the existing provincial legislation by asking the province of B.C. to designate it as a provincial heritage site, and they’ve done that.” Bak noted the design of the highway is still subject to adjustment and over the course of the environmental assessment there had been numerous changes to the route to address heritage and archeological concerns.

Beginning at the foot of the Alex Fraser Bridge and stretching roughly one kilometre eastward, it’s one of the most important archaeological sites in Western Canada. The TFN notes it continues to work with Gateway and the government on all aspects of the SFPR, including ongoing archaeological and environmental matters. “Projects off this size and scope are always a little but fluid and they need to be because we don’t know as much as we would like to about the archeological record. So we’ve been very fortunate to participate in a very meaningful way,” added Bak.

the demolition application if Delta agrees to issue a fill permit before they have submitted a building

permit can be issued. Delta’s deputy director of community planning and development Marcy Sangret

told council that staff will contact the new owners to discuss their proposal and look at other alternatives.

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601 bus to run more frequently

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TransLink announces increase in service for route between 7 and 9 p.m. BY


Transit users traveling between South Delta and Richmond and Vancouver will soon have shorter wait times at the bus stop. TransLink announced Monday that as of Sept. 5 the 601 bus between South Delta and the Bridgeport Canada Line station in Richmond will run every 20 minutes between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Currently the bus runs every 30 minutes during that time. “As part of its Service Optimization Initiative, TransLink is re-aligning bus resources to meet changes in demand south of the Fraser River,” the company said in a news release. “... the increases will serve current demand and make transit more attractive for new users.” Many transit users in South Delta were unhappy

two years ago when TransLink eliminated direct service to Vancouver and re-routed the 601 to Richmond where riders heading to Vancouver now have to transfer onto the Canada Line. That wasn’t the only transit change announced this

“... the increases will serve current demand and make transit more attractive for new users.” week for the area. TransLink also announced that people working on Annacis Island will have more options during the afternoon/evening peak period with three more trips added to the 104 Annacis Island/22nd Street Station route. According to the transit

authority, demand on that route has seen a steady increase recently so three additional trips will leave 22nd Street Station to make the loop over the Queensborough Bridge and around Annacis Island via Port Royal between 6:43 p.m. and 7:35 p.m. Earlier this month, TransLink also announced increased Canada Line service from downtown Vancouver to Richmond and Vancouver International Airport. The Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation is currently deliberating a proposal to increase the funding available to TransLink to allow for more service hours. “In the meantime, the Service Optimization Initiative is re-allocating resources from under performing routes to routes and time of day that are under-served in order to

provide more service within the same ‘envelope’,” reads the statement from TransLink. Next month, a series of four public meetings are planned to give the public an opportunity to learn about the budget supplement, the projects it would fund and discuss it with TransLink’s CEO Ian Jarvis. The meetings will be held on: • Wednesday, Sept. 7 at the Lonsdale Quay Hotel in North Vancouver from 6:30-8:30 p.m. • Thursday, Sept. 8 at the Holiday Inn Metrotown in Burnaby from 6:30-8:30 p.m. • Wednesday, Sept. 14 at the Guildford Recreation Centre in Surrey from 6:308:30 p.m. • Thursday, Sept. 15 at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam from 6:30-8:30 p.m.



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HST gone by March 2013 53.4% of Delta South voters wanted to keep harmonized sales tax

The government has promised to drop the harmonized sales tax by March 31, 2013. Following Friday’s results of the province-wide mailin referendum on the controversial tax, the province announced when the old PST and GST will return with the exemptions that had existed prior to the HST. Elections BC last week announced the results of the referendum, which found a majority of voters chose to go back separate provincial and federal sales taxes. About 1.6 million voters — 52 per cent of registered B.C. voters — participated in the vote. 54.73 per cent in B.C. voted to scrap the HST with 45.27 per cent voting to keep it in place. In Delta South it was a different story with 46.46 per cent voting in favour of extinguishing the tax and 53.54 per cent voting to keep it. In Delta North, though, 58.44 per cent voted to scrap the tax and 41.56 per cent voted against. Introduced by the Liberal government following the 2009 provincial election and enacted in July of last year, the 12 per cent HST, which the government promised to lower, applied to many goods and services which were previously exempt from PST. Aimed at simplifying the tax structure, the HST did have supporters in South Delta including the Delta Farmers’ Institute. The HST also proved to

be a good deal for some including the Corporation of Delta. Last year, for example, council approved the purchase of a new fire truck, a purchase that had been held off until after the July 1, 2010 start date of the new tax, because the municipality got an HST rebate. Previously, the municipality wouldn’t receive a PST rebate for such purchases. Mayor Lois Jackson at the time said Delta got “a bigger bang for its buck.” Some of the items that are now subject to the 12 per cent HST that will become cheaper, as they will be exempt from the seven per cent PST, include new homes over $525,000. A year ago Delta council agreed to an application by businessman Ron Toigo to amend his Tsawwassen Springs housing development due the HST. Toigo had asked to split up many of the residential condo units into smaller units that would be less expensive and under the HST threshold. The return to the PST creates significant pressure on the government budget, Finance Minister Kevin Falcon said. Premier Christy Clark, who last week met with businesses and community leaders in Delta, said the government has been working on a “Plan B” in the event the tax was rejected. Calling the referendum results historic, Fight HST leader and former premier Bill Vander Zalm said the people have sent a message that politicians must consult with the people on issues as





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MURPHY’S LAW Development is one of those words that can turn this municipality on its ear, but there’s another one that might become even more contentious in the months and years to come: redevelopment. Building something on a vacant piece of land comes with an inherent set of problems, but in many ways they can pale to the concerns generated by the act of replacing old with new. Redevelopment is only beginning to emerge as a major issue in these parts, but given the finite amount of developable land, we’re going to see more and more instances where a neighbourhood feels its character and livability are coming under attack. The vast majority of Delta’s housing stock was built in the years immediately after the George Massey Tunnel opened and it’s predominantly single-family in nature. Up to this point, a lot of the redevelopment has been replacing an older single-family home on a big lot with a couple or three single-family homes on decidedly smaller lots. This hasn’t caused too much unrest because it’s generally kept the area’s character intact, but it also hasn’t done much to address the lack of housing variety. Single-family homes, whether they’re the older ones or the newer versions on the postage stamp lots, are out of the financial reach of most young home buyers, yet not exactly what empty nesters have in mind. Enterprising developers and municipal planners recognize the situation, but doing something about it often times means upsetting the status quo. Delta identified the Highlands neighbourhood, just north of the town centre, as a potential site for redevelopment into higher density housing during last year’s Tsawwassen Area Plan process, a notion that got civic politicians an earful at the subsequent public hearing and forced them to withdraw the idea. People, for the most part, like the neighbourhoods they live in, so when someone comes along and says we’re going to change the character of it because the community as a whole must evolve, it’s a hard line to swallow. The reaction is understandable, yet the issues of housing affordability and variety continue to persist. We can maintain the integrity of our single-family neighbourhoods, but it means the very real possibility of sending the young and old elsewhere to find appropriate housing. Redevelopment talk won’t go away, but it seems to me this discussion is no longer just limited to land use as it now clearly has a sociological component to it.

What was premier told about the wants of South Deltans? STEVE GRAHAM

COMMUNITY COMMENT As you saw in last Wednesday’s Optimist, Sylvia Bishop is running for council again this November thus forcing editor Ted Murphy to reach far into the back of the bench to obtain a substitute Community Commenter. I readily accepted since I consider the run-up to the triennial municipal election (although Lois would seem to prefer a quinquennial cycle) to be the best time to have a regular Optimist column since one can raise issues that can remain in front of mind at voting time. I want to remind readers of the records and policies of the current mayor and council where these have differed from the best interests of South Deltans. The Tsawwassen Area Plan springs to mind. However, for this week, I just

can’t pass up commenting on the front-page story in the August 24 Optimist headlined as “Premier in town for round-table.” In it Premier Christy Clark is quoted as saying: “I committed to opening up government when I got elected in March. So, I’ve been doing town halls all across the province and this is part of it.” One hardly knows where to start. Apparently Christy met with selected (by her) members of the Delta community at the meeting, “which was closed to the media and general public.” Her idea of “opening up the government” is to have “town hall” meetings which are closed to the media and the general public! Further, Christy “got elected in March.” True, she was elected by a slim majority in Point Grey, but should I infer from her self-serving comment that she has been elected as premier by the aforementioned excluded “general public?” No, no. You don’t have to be elected by the general public to be Premier of B.C. You just get appointed by the Lieutenant Governor who, in turn, is appointed by the Governor General who, in turn, is appointed by the Queen who, in turn, inherits her job.

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You can’t just walk into the palace and see the Queen; likewise you can’t just walk into a town hall meeting in Delta and see Christy. If she ever calls a real election to get a real mandate, you also don’t have to vote for her. In fact you can’t. Fortunately you will be able to vote for Vicki Huntington, who was elected by South Deltans and who I have always found to be truthful and sincere. So what did the pre-selected participants at the exclusive town hall meeting tell Christy that South Deltans want? Did Christy leave the meeting under the impression that we want the hospital shut down or, failing that, its surgery capability to remain unrestored; that we want the landscape destroyed by a half-built freeway, and the existing roads overloaded by container trucks which ignore the traffic laws that her police don’t enforce; that we don’t want direct bus service to Vancouver; that we wanted a neighbourhood depopulated to accommodate a power line; and that we really enjoy the almost complete absence of provincial services in one of B.C.’s larger communities? I hope so. That’s democracy.

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Keep OWL in mind when donating flight and I thought about all the dedication that goes into rehabilitating these magnificent birds. The volunteers and staff who work tirelessly towards this goal, maintain the site and all resident birds, and go into the community to educate and inform the public about our feathered friends. We had

some wonderful conversations with young volunteers who were enthusiastic and knowledgeable about their subjects. I understand that the municipality of Delta is very helpful in supporting this venture but the provincial government at this time does not. The OWL facility receives injured birds from

all over the province, indeed the country, and does all this on a very limited budget. I urge all residents of Delta to take a moment to go and see the work that goes on there and perhaps to think of OWL when looking to make a donation to a very good cause. E. Stewart

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Editor: Re: Metro faces challenge trying to find home for incinerator, Community Comment, Aug. 10 Thanks to Sylvia Bishop for the excellent column on Metro Vancouver’s waste management decision. I attended a consultation session run by Metro some months ago. Many studies with the usual graphs were presented by staff and

members of the audience were permitted to comment. There was little support in the audience for incineration as I remember it and I have heard it was similar to other consultation sessions in the region. A learned professor, whose name escapes me for now, pointed out to staff the studies they had presented showed categorically the safest method of waste

management is anaerobic digesting, in every way except one: start-up cost. Metro’s subsequent decision to proceed with plans for incineration plants shows how well it listened. Is revenue for Metro Vancouver more important than our health? Fraser Health Authority’s surface look at our region’s health statistics fails to speak out on the role of

diesel emissions on asthma and childhood lung development for one. How will a healthy food zone around a school compensate for the effects of a highway running past it? We will have to change these disastrous decisions of government by replacing the perpetrators with those who clearly have more common sense. Wilma Haig


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NIMBYism making Tsaw. stagnate feelings with endless letters and speeches about saving farmland, food security, harm to birds and economically unfeasible eco-tourism alternatives for the land. Mr. Maksym just said “not in my backyard” and for that he has earned my respect. That being said, I disagree with him in every other regard and, in fact, I am of the view that the rest of Delta, and in particular, Tsawwassen, ought to stand up and “defend its quality of life” against the “Bay.” It is exactly the NIMBYism displayed, albeit honestly, in his letter that has caused Tsawwassen to stagnate for such a

long time that schools (read: Boundary Beach Elementary), hospitals and libraries are at increased risk of closure, seniors are forced to leave the community to find acceptable forms of housing, young families are financially precluded from moving to Tsawwassen and businesses are closing in the town core. Unfortunately, this has gone on so long that we are now playing “catch-up” and the result is development of a magnitude which may not have been necessary had those who oppose everything not opposed moderate densification over the past 20 years. The gates of Tsawwassen

should not be closed to others, as some would prefer, and the community of Boundary Bay should not have the ability to control what does and does not happen on a private owner’s land. I therefore ask Delta council to give due consideration to the Southlands proposal, as amended, with a view to the interests of the community as a whole and, in so doing, to contrast it with the alternative: Mayor Jackson’s ALR Inclusion proposal (read: industrial agriculture proposal). Douglas Bolen


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Editor: Re: Bay must defend its quality of life, letter to the editor, Aug. 19 I read with interest the Aug. 19 letter authored by Rod Maksym from Boundary Bay espousing, among other things, that his precious beach community will be destroyed if the Southlands proposal is allowed and that the “Bay must defend its quality of life.” Despite strongly disagreeing with him, I wish to applaud his honesty. He is one of the first Boundary Bay residents to come right out and admit he just doesn’t want anything in his back yard without the need to disguise his true


Plenty of green space next to new housing was on the drawing boards, too. And Centennial Tides. Fact is development on an existing subdivision’s periphery makes more sense than a random bifurcating of the Southlands’ 580 acres. Imagine Monterra in the middle of Boundary Bay Park rather than where it is, in other words. Has Ladner Village lost its charm despite being encircled by countless lane housing tracts and condos? No, by any other descriptor the lachrymose pleas of

Boundary Bay’s permanent cottagers smack of understandable but unsupportable NIMBYism. Fact is, taken together, the 400 park acres proposed for Southlands plus Boundary Bay Regional Park’s nearly 400 acres means the area will feature 800 acres of green space contiguous to 100 acres of new housing. Would that my financial returns on investment paid out at such a favourable ratio as 8:1. W. Baird Blackstone

Mayor and council thanked for voting against development in half. The residents that would be affected took up a good portion of the council chambers, with several of us speaking against the proposed rezoning. The mayor and council members listened to our concerns (and extended the meeting to do so) which resulted in a unanimous vote against the proposal.

Realizing each development is unique, I would like to thank her Worship the Mayor, Lois Jackson, and members of the council for listening to the residents that were to be affected by this development and voting against it. The mayor and council have my vote! Robert J. McLean

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dispersing high levels of EMF over the heads of the students and staff who must attend this school. As quoted by Debbie McBride, “there is a growing tendency for governments to not only ignore the wishes of the people who are affected by their policies, but to disparage and marginalize those who try to fight back.” Part of my recent communication with Vaughn Palmer, political

reporter with the Vancouver Sun, revolved around the Liberals losing the seat in South Delta, partially due to the power line backlash. It is important that we, the people, do not forget how the Liberals treated all of us in the last election and for all of us to stay active and remain current with B.C. politics. Heather Colls - MAPP Mothers Against Power Poles

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That being said, I am confident that the chosen designates of local issues were well spoken and conveyed the entire riding’s concerns regarding the serious issues that continue to plague Delta. I am also hopeful that at least one of these representatives was able to discuss the power line issue — first and foremost, the pole that still sits in the parking lot of the only high school in town,

Editor: Re: Premier in town for round-table, Aug. 24 The premier says her recent visit to South Delta is an example of openness in government. But I say a closed-door meeting with a privately selected group of people

does not a town hall meeting make. I am disappointed that a meeting closed to the press and public is all South Delta gets from a government supposedly committed to listening to people and doing things differently. The public deserves bet-

ter. I also regret that the government appears to have made up its mind on controversial issues so important to the people of this riding. Calling Delta “the face of Canada to Asia” makes for a nice slogan, but people here understand that it

really means paving over the best agricultural land in Canada for highways, container storage, and further expansion at Deltaport. Personally I prefer that Delta be known as the unique “jewel of the Fraser delta.” Vicki Huntington, MLA

Town hall meeting reminiscent of ‘open and transparent’ Campbell gov’t Editor:

Re: Premier in town for round-table, Aug. 24 I noticed that when Vicki Huntington has a town hall meeting she obtains a large room and publishes an invitation for anyone in the community, including


the media, to attend and ask questions. When Liberal leader Christy Clark has a town hall meeting, as part of her commitment to “opening up government,” she does so behind closed doors with

invited guests and no media allowed! Isn’t that the same open and transparent government Gordon Campbell gave us for years? Same old Liberals! Greg Hoover

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The best-ever time, again

Nostalgic September school assignment revisited BARBARA GUNN


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I did the assignment every year — every single September. Within days of returning to the classroom — still sporting the summer tan, but wearing a brand-new skirt and saddle shoes — my teacher would ask me to pull a pencil from my desk. She’d distribute pieces of foolscap to me and my classmates, and ask us to be quiet and to put on our back-to-school faces. And then she’d tell us what to do. “Boys and girls,” she would say. “I want you to write me a story. One page, double-spaced. Your title will be: How I spent my summer holiday.” From year to year, my story was pretty much the same. Had a Kool-Aid stand, I’d say. Went on a ferry with my family.

Played kick the can. Ate watermelon. Taught the dog tricks. Had a fight with my best friend and didn’t speak to her for two whole hours, but made up and had a sleepover the very next day. Read two Nancy Drew books, I would write. Took swimming lessons. Saw a bear. Went to the PNE. Got some new shoes. Stayed up until 10:30. Had the best-ever time. And once, at age 10 or 11: tried a tomato for the very first time. I haven’t written the assignment, oh, for the better part of a lifetime. But I’d rather like to try it again. Ate watermelon, I would say of the summer almost past. Saw four bears. Bought new shoes. And a bird bath. And some red shoes and a blue bathing suite and the cutest little summer shift. Played bocce, and lost. Played badminton, and won. Grilled steaks and corn on the cob. Made salsa, and ate 42 too many tortilla chips. Tried an oyster for only

the second time — and liked it. Shelled peas, and ate them raw. Had no Kool-Aid, but drank plenty of dry white wine while sitting on patios in White Rock and Vancouver and Whistler. And in my own back yard. Cast an HST ballot. Had a visit with my best friend, but didn’t have a fight. Went swimming, thanks to the lessons I took when I was a kid. Bypassed the PNE, but took in a ball game in Seattle. Went to work without a coat, because that’s what you do in the summer. Potted tomatoes, and watched them turn from green to pink to red. Read some books and played some rummy and squinted in the sun. And yes, I would tell my teacher, if I happened to have one now, I had the best-ever time. I love the fall, don’t get me wrong. But there’s magic in home-grown tomatoes.

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August 31, 2011 The Delta Optimist A13 In the Community


Ladner’s Laura Jordison is co-ordinating a cleanup at the South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area on Sept. 17.

Delta locales to be tidied as part of shoreline cleanup DAVE WILLIS

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is scheduled for Sept. 17 to 25 and there are a number of planned cleanup sites in Delta. Ladner’s Laura Jordison is co-ordinating a cleanup at the South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area on Sept. 17. “I actually suggested this site because of its unique

designation,” says Jordison, who notes she likes to go there for bird watching. She says she’s noticed over the last few years that the area is being used as a place to party. The meeting location for the cleanup is at the north end of Ferry Road. It starts at 11:30 a.m. Jordison says volunteers could expect to be cleaning up for approximately two hours. Jordison, who first

heard about the cleanup through volunteering at the Vancouver Aquarium, has been leading cleanups for a couple of years in different locations. If you’re interesting in signing up to help out at a local cleanup visit http:// Over 2,200 kilometres of shoreline was cleaned and 98,000 kilograms of garbage was removed last year through the national program.

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Time sure flies our 15th Season! rtunity to be going into po d op s ille thi thr e are tak We e to ving fun. We’d lik over the last when you are ha ported Sidekick sup ve ha t tha u We’d like to to thank all of yo again this year! pe to see you all well! We have as ny pa com 14 years and ho e ers to our theatr ll as learning new things invite new memb we what we love as ! We have a lot of fun doing on. And it’s not all about acting grams cti du pro rs and pro ste po , ke with every ma to … so if you int, costumes sets to build, pa ps and on and on re hunting for pro es are you can do it with to design, treasu nc cha , do to you love September 28 have something ng our AGM on k rehearsal ny. We are holdi Centre (Sidekic a theatre compa ts Ar n sse wa e Tsaw Th at m 0p U! 7:0 YO at et ). We’d love to me Sidekick Players Club room downstairs President, The ~ Carroll Allan,

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After many very successful shows around the Lower Mainland, The Roadshow is now here here in in Tsawwassen, Langley, BC. So you had better search through your attics and garages, go through your lock boxes and jewellery, because you may be sitting on a small fortune and not even know it! Roadshow experts are here to examine all your antiques, collectibles, gold and silver.

jewellery she was never going to wear anyways. Expert Elijah Gold explains, “We have noticed a substantial increase in the amount of precious metals such as gold and silver coming to the Roadshow, which makes sense considering how high it’s currently trading at. He added, “The Roadshow is great because it puts money in people’s pockets, especially during such hard times. Lots of items that are just sitting around collecting dust in basements and jewellery boxes can be exchanged for money, on the spot!”

During a show near Toronto, a woman came in with a jewellery box that she had just inherited from her late aunt. “I don’t wear jewellery,” explained Barbara Engles, “so it was an easy decision to come down to the Roadshow to sell it”. She was very excited when she was able to walk away with a cheque for over $2,100 for

At another Roadshow event, a woman, named Mira Kovalchek, walked in with a tin full of hundreds of old coins that were given to her as a young child by her grandfather. She finally decided to come in to the Roadshow and see what he had given her. She was ecstatic to learn she had coins dating back to the late 1800’s, some of which were extremely rare.

Roadshow consultant Perry Bruce explains “We had uncovered an 1871 Queen Victoria 50 Cent piece, valued at over $2,000!! She had a nice assortment of coins that were not rare dates, but she was able to sell them for their silver content”. She explains, “I never would have thought that my old tin of coins was worth so much! I can finally afford

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to renovate my kitchen”. Perry Bruce continued, “Canadian coins prior to 1967, and American coins prior to 1964 are all made with silver, and we have noticed a large increase of customers coming to the Roadshow with coins and cashing them in for their silver value”.

Experts at the Roadshow will evaluate and examine your items, FREE OF CHARGE, as well as educate you on them. The Roadshow sees hundreds of people during a one week event, and they have been travelling across Canada to different cities and towns, searching for your forgotten treasures. Trains, dolls, toys, old advertising signs, pocket watches, porcelain and bisque dolls, pretty much everything can be sold at the Roadshow. Any early edition Barbie’s are sought after by the Roadshow collectors, as well as a variety of Dinky Toys and Matchbox cars. Lionel Trains and a

variety of tin toys can also fetch a price, especially if they are in their original box or in mint condition. If a collector is looking for one of your collectibles, they often make offers to buy them.

A man brought in a 1950’s Marx Tin Toy Robot, in fairly good condition, still in its original box. We were able to locate a collector for that specific toy within minutes, and that gentleman went home with over $700 for his Toy Robot and a few other small toys. So whether you have an old toy car, a broken gold chain, or a Barbie sitting in the closet, bring it down to the Roadshow, we will take a look at it for FREE and it could put money in your pocket!

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August 31, 2011 The Delta Optimist A15

Delta sets example with student pass program Other communities see value of recreation initiative

their birth certificate and proof of address to the customer service office in any of Delta’s recreation FILE PHOTO facilities Grade 5 students can take part in a pass program and have for free drop-in skating and swim programs at all their photo Delta Parks, Recreation & Culture facilities. taken. 10 free admission passes They will can be used any time after receive their pass card issue. immediately and be able to Delta’s Grade 5 and 6 swim or skate right away. Students whose birth year is recreation pass program has been in place for six not 2001 need a note from years and has been used as their teacher or principal a template for similar recreconfirming their current ation programs in B.C. and enrolment in Grade 5. across Canada, including Grade 6 students who Coquitlam, Vancouver, the live in Delta are entitled Tri-Cities area, Richmond to a 10 admission pass, and Kitchener, Ontario. extending the free admisThe pass program provides sion period to Delta Parks, Recreation & Culture facili- opportunities for children to try out new fitness and ties. Students can pick up sport options at a time the free cards at any recrewhen they may be decreasation facility after Aug. 31 ing their involvement in with proof of Delta resiorganized sports. dency and birth date. The


Students who live in Delta and are attending Grade 5 for the 2011-2012 school year are eligible for a one-year pass, which entitles them to attend drop-in skating and swim programs at all Delta Parks, Recreation & Culture facilities for free. The Grade 5 Pass is available beginning Sept. 1, and is good until Aug. 31, 2012. Delta leads the way in its commitment to helping children get active and stay healthy. Throughout B.C. and Canada, other municipalities have seen the value of Delta’s program and are now offering their own grade five active pass programs. Grade 5 Passes are available to Delta residents only. In addition to providing free access to any public skate or swim session, students can bring along one person over the age of 13 for free each time they use their pass to encourage family fitness. To receive the pass, students must bring

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August 31, 2011 The Delta Optimist A17 Coming Events Clubs & Groups $Special Olympics BC Delta needs volunteer assistant coaches for our upcoming 2011-2012 season. Our Fall/Winter programs include floor hockey, curling, swimming, rhythmic gymnastics, 5-pin bowling, basketball and alpine skiing. Most of these programs begin in October and run until early March. For more information please go to www.sobcdelta. or e-mail us at $The Hospice Cottage Thrift Store in Tsawwassen is looking for volunteers for morning, afternoon and evening shifts on any day of the week. There is also a need for volunteers interested in books to join the book team. Please call 604-948-0660 and leave a message for Sandy Schmidt at ext.333. $The volunteer “Delta Marine Unit” needs volunteers for organizing fund raising and events. Crew volunteers are also needed to train for this important humanitarian service. Saving lives and property at sea. If you love boating and the sea, you’ll love this.

We operate an enclosed all weather fast response lifeboat. We are based in Ladner Harbour. If you want to help, please call Chris Scurr at 604-9467641 for details. $Ambassadors Toastmasters club of Tsawwassen invites you to come out to our meeting at South Delta Library, 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 6. $The first meeting of the new season for the Delta Photo Club is on Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the KinVillage Recreation Centre. Photographers of all skill levels are welcome. For further information, please contact Karoline at $Twice monthly car boot sale at Centennial Beach Parking lot, 8:30 a.m. every second and fourth Saturday (weather permitting). Only $10 for space. Bring ground sheet to display goods. Hosted by Cammidge House Committee Boundary Bay Regional Park. For more information call Murray at 604-9430828 or Beth at 604-9409824. Following sales are: Sept. 10, 24.

$Please join the Delta Naturalists for our first meeting of the 2011 Fall Season on Monday, Sept. 12 at 7:30 p.m. We meet at Cammidge House at Centennial Beach on Boundary Bay in Tsawwassen. Our speaker this month is ornithologist David Drummond. He will be speaking on “Urban Merlins of the Pacific Northwest”. Merlins are forest falcons. There is no cost and we welcome everyone who has an interest in our natural history. For more information, call Joanne at 604-946-2240.

Seniors $A McKee open house is set for Saturday, Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This year’s open house will showcase instructional and drop-in programs. Come meet our new instructors. Kee Café Open from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

$Registration for ElderCollege Delta’s fall courses will take place at the Tsawwassen Town Centre Mall on Saturday, Sept. 17 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. ElderCollege is open to all 50 years and over. Learn in a relaxed, risk-free and social environment. For further information or to register after September 17 contact 604-943-0262 or Complete fall program available at www. $Try your luck with Bingo every Wednesday at KinVillage Community Centre, 5430-10th Ave., Tsawwassen from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Cash prizes offered. 604-943-0225. $Zumba Gold comes to KinVillage, 5430-10th Ave., Tsawwassen Tuesdays starting Sept. 13. The first class is free and subsequent classes are $5 drop in fee for members and $6 non members or a 10 session punch card $36 members and $47 non members. 604943-0225. Special Events $The next Outdoor Movie Night is set for Sept. 3 at

Diefenbaker Park. Food, music and entertainment starts at 6:30 p.m. while the movie starts at dusk. Event is weather dependent. Visit for latest info. Fund Raisers $COPS Run Inn For Cancer is set for Sept. 11 from 9 a.m. to noon at the The ‘Run Inn’ Tsawwassen store, 1212B 56th St. Join the staff of the Run Inn and members of the Delta Police Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley Team for this fun family event. 5km Fun Run, Kids Run and pancake breakfast with all proceeds going to pediatric cancer research and Camp Goodtimes. Meet members of the Cops for Cancer Junior Team and support a wonderful cause. Cost will include a Cops “Run Inn” for Cancer t-shirt, run, breakfast and a chance to win some great prizes. Invite your friends and family and make this a huge event for the community! $30 Registration in person at the ‘Run Inn’ or phone 604-943-4661. Kids fun 2.5 km run $10 (includes run and pancakes).

Arts $Calling all singers! Under the continued leadership of musical director, Danielle Hamilton, the Delta Community Choir and Tapestry are set to begin another season of choral music. If you sing and would like to join, Registration and Auditions will be held Monday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in the hall of the Benediction Lutheran Church in Tsawwassen (corner of 6th and 56th). Auditions for the DCC (our large, SATB group) are for placement and pitch only. Auditions for Tapestry (our smaller, off-book ensemble) will be more comprehensive but no prepared piece is required. For more information, pictures and history please visit our website at www.deltacommunitychoir. ca. The Coming Events column is published every Wednesday as a community service. If you have a nonprofit event, mail, drop off, fax, or e-mail (events@ the details to the Optimist by 3 p.m. Monday. Submissions are subject to space limitations (no phone calls, please).

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Teen to play for Canada at Pan Am Games Tsawwassen’s Sara McManus will be youngest member of senior women’s national field hockey team in Mexico BY


Moving into a dorm for your first-year of university is daunting enough for an 18-year-old. Sara McManus will make that major transition in her life as a member of the national women’s

field hockey team preparing for its biggest tournament in four years. The Tsawwassen teen was the youngest player named to the 16-member Canadian squad for the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct. 14-30. At stake is not

only a gold medal but an automatic berth into the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. Last week’s roster announcement culminates a remarkable 24 months for the recent South Delta secondary graduate who was invited to her first senior national camp dur-

ing the early weeks of her Grade 11 year. McManus split her time between the national junior and senior programs before eventually turning all her attention to the latter and blossoming from a promising prospect to a roster player.




A busy month ahead for 18-year-old Sara McManus will include studying at UBC and training with the national women’s team in preparation for the upcoming Pan American Games.

“I was definitely a little bit timid at first and it showed in the way I was playing,” recalled McManus of her early days with the senior team when she was just 16. “Eventually I just got more comfortable and the pressure came off of me while my confidence grew. I really didn’t know what was going to happen (with the final roster) but with a couple of injuries it started to get a little more clearer. It’s very exciting.” Her status as full-time national team player was perhaps quicker than expected but was part of her long term goals when she reviewed her post-secondary options months earlier. As one of the top graduating high school players in the country, McManus had plenty of options on both sides of the border, including lucrative scholarship offers from NCAA schools. Instead, she choose to stay close to home at UBC where the national team happens to train on a regular basis. She even planned her first semester course load appropriately, taking only three classes this fall in anticipation of the Pan Am Games. She will increase her workload to five classes for her second semester. “If I had played for an American school they

would have never given me the time off to come back home to train with the national team and then go to the Games,” said McManus. “I have taken some courses that gives me some flexibility (to miss some classes). Everything has worked out.” McManus will be training with the national team five days a week, leading up to its departure for Mexico. Argentina is the pre-tournament favourite with Canada seeded fourth, after finishing fifth at the 2007 Games. Only three players return from that team. “It’s definitely going to be a difficult task but we are going there with high expectations expecting to win,” added McManus. Meanwhile, McManus’ longtime high school and junior national teammate Shannon Herold has wasted little time in making an impact at Stanford University in her freshman season. Herold cracked the starting line-up and drew an assist in the Cardinals 4-3 season-opening victory over Hofstra at the Husky Invitational at the University of Connecticut. She also earned a helper as the 20th ranked Cardinals fell 4-2 to No. 4 Connecticut on Monday.

Tsawwassen soccer players enjoy successful season in Super Y League Ford, West Coast Capitals (Victoria) and Thompson-Okanagan (Kelowna). Teams finishing in first or second place secure spots in the USL Super Y-League Championships which will be held this December in Tampa. Five Tsawwassen players have earned themselves a trip to Florida. Eric Swanson, of the U13 Coastal boys team, and four from Coastal’s U14 boys team — Brendan Waterman, Vikram Puri, Noah Chimich, and Sam Dyck. The U14s, led by TSC Academy coaches Michael

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Perucho and Doug Dyck, finished at the top of the Y-League’s Northwest Division. Meanwhile, four girls with Tsawwassen connections have been plying their trade for various provincial teams this summer. Olivia Sheppard, who will be suiting up for the South Fraser U14 girls in the upcoming inaugural B.C. Premier League season, excelled with the U13 provincial team, while Tsawwassen product and Semiahmoo Metro standout Hannah Carrothers has had a run out with the U14 side.

Alessia Azermadhie and Emma Kallner, both of the Coastal “A” Cup U15 finalists Tsawwassen Thunder, have enjoyed success with the U15 squad, culminating with a gold medal at the recent Western Canada Summer Games in Kamloops with a 3-1 over Manitoba in the final. Corner kicks.... Tsawwassen’s U16 Gold girls team is looking for a dedicated goalkeeper or another field player for the 2011-12 season. Anyone interested can contact Chris at 604-943-1081.




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It has been another successful Super Y League season for players from the Tsawwassen Soccer Club (TSC). Nineteen TSC boys and girls represented Coastal FC in all age groups ranging from U11-U16. The Super Y League features elite boys and girls clubs with teams competing throughout North America. Coastal FC is one of seven clubs that compete in the Y-League’s Northwest Division. The division also features Mountain WFC, Surrey Revolution, Abbotsford Mariners, Coquitlam Metro

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Callow, George Edward Feb 6, 1926 to Aug 23, 2011 passed away at age 85. Predeceased by his wife Nancy Doreen (nee Anders). Survived by his family Ana Callow; children Mariana DeBoice (Kevin), David Callow (Jane), Andrea Harstone (Mike), and John Callow (Aida); grandchildren Quentin, Nicole, Spencer, Ashtyn, Katrina and Dominic; sister Doris Garrett and brother Bob Callow (Ann) and many neices and nephews. George valued family and left the gift of an extensive family history. He had many hobbies including writing stories, and was a master carver. He lived in Ladner for many years and recently moved to an assisted living facility in North Vancouver. The Navy was an important part of his early history. George enjoyed sharing stories with family, friends and his colleagues at the Royal Canadian Legion in Ladner. Dad, grandpa, brother, friend we love you and miss you. If desired, donations to the Salvation Army or Royal Canadian Legion can be made in lieu of flowers.

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GLADYS WILSON February 3, 1938 - August 31, 1991 It’s been 20 years & still at some moments it feels like yesterday. So much has happened in that time. I think you would be happy to know that Dad married a wonderful woman 'Rosemary'. She Loves him very much & takes care of him. Seb graduated from UBC & became a teacher. Marv’s doing well with his art, especially Bent Boxes. I’ve become a Flight Attendant: Love the job! All your Grandsons, Levi, Matt, Andrew & Craig, have become fine young men: you’d be proud! Also Andrew has a son 'Andrew', so cute! I still think of you often, wishing you could have been here for our ups & downs. Whenever I hear CCR, Janis Joplin or Louis Armstrong I think of you & smile. You’re in our thoughts & we miss you Dearly! Love Always April

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Roadway Towing Ltd. has two positions available for tow truck operators. Applicants must reside in the area in order to meet our contract obligations. Applicants must have a minimum of a class 5 driver’s licence without restrictions. Most importantly chosen applicants must pass a criminal record check prior to being hired. Experience is preferred however training will be provided to the right applicant. Some mechanical skills and an understanding of automobiles is an asset. Shifts include weekends and some on call nights. Company also offers an excellent benefits package. Drivers are paid on commission so the harder you work the more you can make. Resume and drivers abstract can either be faxed or emailed. Fax# 604-940-1793 or email


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ANTIQUE MIRRORS 1 big, 1 med, 2 small, matching, ‘Durwood Reters’, made in Canada John Walter & sons Ltd., pure silver finish & lacquered 604-946-3138 ANTIQUE SOLID oak dining room suite made by Victoriaville Furniture - over 100 years old. All carved and shaped pedestals and fronts. 52' round table with 3 leaves; 6 chairs; buffet with mirror and side table. Taking offers. Pictures available by email. Call 604-855-7033 or 604-807-8441. KERRISDALE ANTIQUES FAIR 250 tables & booths of Antiques & Collectibles under one roof! SEPT 3 & 4 •10AM- 5PM Kerrisdale Arena 5670 East Blvd. @ 41st Ave, Vancouver Admission $7 604-980-3159 •


For Sale Miscellaneous

A FREE TELEPHONE SERVICE - Get Your First Month Free. Bad Credit, Don’t Sweat It. No Deposits. No Credit Checks. Call Freedom Phone Lines Today Toll-Free 1-866-884-7464.

HOME RENOVATION SALE Kitchen cabinets white maple, ceramic double white sink faucet, dishwasher/cooker(all in good cond.) 3 ceramic washbasins with faucets, bath faucet. Selection of bi fold and glass double doors. call Dave for viewing 604-952-0923 FIM UMBRELLA, black, 10 ft diameter, free standing $650. 604-948-2195



BEAUTIFUL 9 piece Broyhill dining suite $850. 604-943-0344

Beautiful Custom Mexican Pine Hutch and two bookshelves made by Shilo Furniture. Paid $2500 -- sell for $750 call 604 940 1261

Reasonably Priced, Quality, Licensed Group Care. Daily structured programs includes preschool & school-age program. Large fenced playground & indoor gym.




PIANO, Gerard Heinzman, w/stool, exc cond $400 obo. Solid wood dining rm table, 4 chairs, 1 leaf $300 obo. 604-946-3138


FRIENDLY FURNITURE FELLOWS ****ALL 100% BRAND NEW***** **Flat top mattress & box $ 275** **Eurotop Mattress & box $350** *Sectional Sofa & Ottoman $675* *Complete bedroom suite $875* We have everything, beds, sofas, dining room tables, etc. You won’t believe our prices. Tax & delivery always included in all our prices. Fast & Friendly service with same day usual delivery. Order online, or by phone or visit our showroom. Order and pay at time of delivery.Call (778) 882-3132


BENGAL KITTENS, TICA reg. vet checked dewormed 1st shots $600, Mission 1-604-814-1235

Money to Loan


Consolidate or get a personal loan with us for up to $500K with low interest rates starting at 1%. Bad credit welcome. Apply at or call 1-855-222-1228



Sat, Sept 3rd 8:30am - ? 3194 River Road West

Furniture, household, antiques, kitchen, holiday, camping, outdoor items. Cancelled if raining..

The Delta Bike Co

Garage Sale

ONE DAY ONLY!! Labour Day Monday, Sept 5th 10:00 AM SHARP! Parking lot at 5666 12th Ave. Delta Used Bikes, Tools, Shop Supplies, Parts, Display Items, Retail supplies, Clothing, Miscellaneous Items!


Need Cash Today?

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.


SUDOKU Fun By The Numbers


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CAN’T GET UP your stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help! No obligation consultation. Comprehensive warranty. Can be installed in less than 1 hour. Call now 1-866-981-6591.


Musical Instruments

VIOLIN MADE by Martin Karall, Vancouver BC in 1987. $2,000 obo. Call Ursula 604-590-5035


Office Equipment and Furniture

WORK STATIONS , various office cabinets, desks, chairs, shelving units, 604-290-6956


Wanted to Buy

WANTED: One piece STEEL GARAGE DOOR 6'10'' high x 8’11'' wide. Call 604-476-1990


TRUE ADVICE! TRUE Clarity! TRUE PSYCHICS! 1-877-478-4410 (18+) 3.19/min. 1-900-528-6256

★CATS & KITTENS★ FOR ADOPTION ! 604-724-7652


5505 ALL SMALL breed pups local & non shedding $399+. 604-590-3727, 604-514-3474 BEAUTIFUL ROTTI X puppies, family raised, $250, Chwk 604-794-3505

PITBULL puppies pure bred gottiline. females only, 12wks. vet checked, $500 negot. 604 819-6006 Fila/Mastiff Guard Dog Pups owners closest friend. Thieves worst nightmare. All shots. Ready now! 604-817-5957

Foster homes urgently req’d for rescued, abandoned & neglected dogs. Many breeds. www. MINIATURE PINSCHER PUPS Family raised, 1st shots, dewormed, vet checked, $400 Call 604-467-6670, Maple Ridge

Legal/Public Notices

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re: Estate of Donald Robert Cochrane, deceased, formerly of 205 - 4845 53 St., Delta, BC. Creditors and others having claims against this estate are hereby notified that particulars of their claims should be sent to the undersigned executor, 5275 Wellburn Drive, Delta, BC V4K 4H9 on or before September 30, 2011, after which date the executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims he then has notice. Bruce Allan Cochrane, Executor.


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Accounting/ Bookkeeping


25 years Experience Business, Non-profit Associations Housing & Personal taxes, payroll Call Gilles: 604-789-7327 SHIH Tzu puppies Adorable Shih Tzu puppies 6 wks, 1st shots, dewormed $550 Call: (604) 788-8634


ENGLISH Bulldogs CKC Reg, Sold w$500 of free boarding at our country kennel. 1 huge boy remaining. ONLY $1,500. 604 898-9044 or email:

Cut Your Debt by up to 70% DEBT Forgiveness Program

PB GERMAN shepherd pups, black & tan, 9 weeks old, 1st shots, vet✔, $650 604-856-7405

Financial Services

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

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Tools & Equipment

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Bank On Us!

✔Do you Own a Car? ✔Borrow up to $10000.00 ✔No Credit Checks! ✔Cash same day, local office

LUXURY PET HOTEL @ YVR New customer special $17/ night

Lumber/Building Supplies

BUILDING SALE... “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 Manufacturers DIRECT 1-800-668-5422.


Money to Loan

restriction apply

Garage Sale

Garage Sale


DOUBLE BED $90, glasS table 4 chairs $200, tv cab $30, Call 604-943-7871


5070 1-800-566-6899 Ext:400OT.

CHILD’S wicker furniture set $300 The set includes a twin size headboard, bookcase, bedside table, dresser, desk and chair. (604)812-8652


Pet Services

Creation Station Daycare




P/B TEACUP Dollface Yorkshire Terrier pups M/F shots vet✔ microchipped, smart, healthy, adorable, view parents. 604 988 9601 SHELTIE PUP, beautiful, friendly little tri girl, 10 weeks old, CKC reg. 1st shots dewormed, vet checked $800, 604-940-0910 SMALL PUG X 4.5 yrs neutrered male, microchipped, stuffed toys, asking $200. 604-847-0171

MONEYPROVIDER.COM. $500 Loan and +. No Credit Refused. Fast, Easy, 100% Secure. 1-877-776-1660.


Business Opps/ Franchises

#1 JANITORIAL FRANCHISE Customers, (Office Cleaning), Training and support. Financing. 604-434-7744

Yes, it’s true. We can approve your home equity loan within a day. (You can pick up your Jiaw now.) When you can’t bank on the banks.



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1. Latin singer Anthony 2. Poet T.S. 3. Earth’s molten rock 4. Goof 5. Accumulation 6. Introductory bob 7. A pace of running 8. Reddish browns 9. Outer boundary of an object 10. Continent 11. Cracidae bird 12. Imitative of artists 13. A fashionable hotel 21. R.C. church booklet 22. Guitar ridge 27. Wife in latin 28. Wife of a rajah

26. Fastens 31. Group of natural steroid alcohols 35. Fire-Chief gasoline brand 36. Exclamation of movement joy 37. Upon 38. Pine pillow smell 41. “Music Man” librarian 43. A cloth for washing dishes 45. Adult female chicken 46. Actress Farrow 47. Less difficult 51. US Sec. of State

56. __ Antoinette, last Fr. Queen 57. Norse god of discord 58. Flat topped cluster of flowers 59. Establish by law or with authority 60. Nothing to do 61. Current units 62. Pitch sounds 63. Bono’s ex-wife 64. 19th C. political cartoonist Thomas

29. Prefix meaning outside 30. Anon 31. Switchboard (abbr.) 32. A native of Bangkok 33. Snakelike fishes 34. 20th Hebrew letter 39. Arm bands 40. Mother of Hermes 41. More farinaceous 42. Am. Nat’l. Standards Inst. 44. Popular cloved herb 45. Taunt a speaker 48. South American Indian 49. Word origins 50. Frolics 51. Tewa Village

52. Tehran is the capital 53. Tiny skin feeders 54. 10th Hebrew letter 55. Bird home 56. Was introduced to


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Escort Services

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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 DLN 30309. Free Delivery. WANT A VEHICLE BUT STRESSED ABOUT YOUR CREDIT? Christmas in August, $500 cash back. We fund your future not your past. All credit situations accepted. 1-888-593-6095


Collectibles & Classics

2 BDRM apt, garden level in house, 5 appls, fp, private backyard, Tsaw. no pet preferred. Oct 1, $925+1/3 utils, 604-948-1723 QUIET CLEAN 1 br avail. Tsaw. near ammens, park like setting, carpets, References required, $750. 778-316-3401


4895-55B St, Ladner Bach & 1 BR Available. Spacious suites, balconies, rent incls heat & hot water, prkg available. Refs. N/P.


LADNER 2 bdrm $925 incl., heat, h/w, prkg. Sept 1, Some pets ok. No dogs. No smoking. 604-940-8726


1928 FORD 1/4 ton Roadster P/U, older restoration, recent updates, drives nice, $17,000. No trades. Call 604-308-9976

Furnished Accommodation

LADNER, FULLY furn luxury home, Oct 15 - Apr. 14th, $2500, or 946-1133



LARGE BRIGHT spacious Penthouse suite, 4th flr, Ladner Village, avail Sept 15, $1675 incl heat, h/w, 2 baths, 5 appl, ref’s, elevator, prkg, well maintained bldg, quiet mature tenants, n/s n/p, 604-940-9434

Tsawwassen, CASA DEL SOL Studio Avail $675. October 1 Large Balcony. incls heat & H/W, carpets, drapes, 2 appl, 2 elevators, under ground parking avail. Please Call 604-943-8954 or 604-488-4733



Greensview 1 bedroom suite available with 3 appliances, carpets, drapes, u/g parking and laundry facilities. Located on bus route and close to shopping centre. For info or to view please call 604-943-0002 Tsawwassen Terrace Are you looking for 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 Kerry Court

1 and 2 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

Century Village and Tsawwassen Manor Beautiful complex consisting of 6 bldgs. with landscaped green areas. 1 & 2 bedroom suites, include drapes, wall to wall carpets, balconies, elevators, and wheel chair access. Tsaw. Manor includes heat. Close to beach, parks, recreation centre & school. To make an appt to view please call 604-948-9111


1 bedroom suites available in a quiet well maintained building. Rent includes 2 appl, carpets, drapes and h/w. To make an appt to view please call 604-946-4633

Evergreen Lane

1 bedroom suites available in one of our 4 well maintained bldgs. Located near shops, school and bus routes. Rent includes 2 appl, carpets and drapes. To view this suite please call 604-946-2694

Georgia Ct/Harbourside

Affordable 1 and 3 bedroom suites available in the heart of Ladner Village. Rent includes 2 appl, carpets, drapes and hot water. Heat is included at Georgia Court. Shops and bus stop nearby. To view or for more info please call 604-946-9268

Sorry No Pets or BBQs References Required


1997 CADILLAC Concours, 149k, V8 auto, beige, sunroof, leather, pwr $4500 604-472-0454

1969 JAGUAR MK II. RARE right steering, bought in London, 2nd owner, low km, new air care, few rust for that age, red leather int needs repair, runs like new, $12,000 firm 604.988.0083


Sports & Imports

1998 HONDA CIVIC SI. Coupe, 5 speed, A/C, sunroof, power locks, power tinted windows, black ext., gray int., Pioneer stereo. 247,000 km. Rebuilt engine, new clutch, timing belt & water pump replaced in last 2 years. Ideal for students! Only $2,800! Call 604-996-1903

2006 SATURN ION, 52K, immac, 1 owner since new, lots of options. $9,500. 604-862-0955



2010 CHALET LTW Foldable trailer. Rear skylight & awning. Save $3,000 below cost @ $10,500 Clearance Price - No Trade (Stk. T10-06) 604-528-3900 DL# 9676 DL #9676



2011 MAXUM Wild 31 QBS – Kitchen slide, Open spacious lite weight trailer. Save $8,500 below cost @ $23,999 Clearance Price No Trade (Stk. D10-48) 604-528-3900 DL #9676

2000 Chevrolet Cavalier $2,250, silver, auto, A/C, cruise, air cared, 200000 kms, Mike 604-946-5505

1996 BENTLEY, 1-owner, only 62,000 km, all orig., immaculate. $38,000. 604-987-3876. D24627



2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser 4dr Auto 79000km CD/Aux BCAA Inspected $7,300 604 738 2531



1 BR, large + balcony, central Ladner, ns, np, coin wd, avail Sept 1, $775, 604-538-3777

Collectibles & Classics

COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE Buy a used car the easy way, get financed and Drive Home Now. We deliver to BC & Alberta

RENTALS Apt/Condos


1994 CHEV Impala SS, 167,000 kms, 1 owner, black, 5.7L, auto, serviced at dealer, all records, all original. $3500. 604-988-4416

Scrap Car Removal

2003 BMW 320i 124,000kms. Leather interior, great condition, $9,000 negotiable. call 778-882-5076 or 2003 COROLLA auto, like new, 122,000 kms, grey, must sell due to illness. $7200 604-824-6698

2003 VW Passat wagon, 1.8L turbo, 117K, grey, 5 spd, great shape, $8300 obo, 604-715-0357



Houses - Rent

$160 Min. FOR COMPLETE FULL SIZE VEHICLES Serving the Delta area for 20 yrs. Call 604- 649-1627, 946-0943

3 BR, 2 bath, Rancher on a farm, $2,000, all appl, pet ok, avail Sept 1, River Rd Ladner 604-961-1942

✫ FREE ✫

REMOVAL OF JUNK CARS & APPLIANCES 4 BR + den 2800sf, 2 lvls, 3 baths, 5 appl, luxury reno, pool, $3100, Tsaw. 3 mth lease 604-889-9915 7826 139A, Newton 5 bdrm.2 bth house.Newly renod, new kitchen, new stove, fridge 778-837-2348


Office/Retail Rent

Tsawwassen Space for Lease ★Century Square 1835 56th Street 640 to 5040 sq. ft..

✫ CASH ✫

FOR COMPLETE CARS!!! CALL: 604-880-8420 or 604-277-9021


Shared Accommodation


Lad./Tsaw./ S. Delta


604-790-3900 OUR SERVIC 2H



2007 DODGE CARAVAN SE $9,980. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 stk 12307


ROOM AVAIL in comfortable Tsawwassen home. Suits mature, prof person or student. $600/mo (includes delicious meals). Call 604-943-6130 or 603-7210

2006 JEEP LIBERTY (Jeep 65) 4WD, Low kms, extra clean BCAA inspected. : $12,860. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 stk12274

14FT ALUMINIUM Naden boat, extra wide & safe, 25 merc electric start motor like new, good trlr, great fishing unit & bargain price $4700 Boyd 604-847-3103

Suites/Partial Houses

3 BR upper, storage, avail Oct 1, $1300+utils Ladner, 4 appls, yard, deck, ns, 604-765-3642

1BDRM/1BTH Bright and Clean Suite for rent Ground level, priv ent w cov’d patio. Elec, heat, shared laundry incl. Avail September 1. No smoking. No Pets $900 Monthly Call: (778) 317-7814


Townhouses Rent

3BD/2BTH 15175 62A Ave Surrey T/Home in Brooklands. Resort style pool and spa, fitness, movie room, floor hockey etc. Oct 01 $1650 Call 778-246-1051


New Westminster

For Sale by Owner


Sell your home, only $99. 604-574-5243 Chilliwack fully reno’d 3400sf 3br 3ba character home $458,900 795-2997 id5402 New Westminster 638sf 1br condo, near Royal Centre $159,900 525-8577 id5142 New Westminster updated 670sf 1br condo, pool $159,800 778-397-0508 id5230 Sry Clayton 2400sf 4br 3.5ba 2 sun decks suite potential $495K 576-6404 id5416

1992 BAYLINER Classic. 22.7’, beam 8. Completely rebuilt since 2005 incl. new 4.3 Mercruiser V6 190 HP (less than 400hrs). Best offer over 12K. 604-929-7002.



Real Estate


High Payments? Penalty? No Equity? Facing Bankruptcy or Pre Foreclosure? We Take Over Your Payment! No Fees!! / (604) 812-3718


Sports & Imports

Any Price, Any Location Any Condition. No Fees! No Risk!

604-435-5555 / 604-786-4663

Custom Craft Flybridge Solid, seaworthy flybridge cruiser! $12,500 Call: (604) 921-7438



* WE BUY HOUSES * Est 1999 Older Home! Home needs repairs! Need to Sell Quickly! Call us First! ( 604 ) 626-9647

Need a New Place?

1983 MERCEDES 280SL, rare 6 cyl, conv. blue, auto, exc cond. $9900obo, Mike 778-999-0155 1995 ALFA Romeo Spider, 1-owner, only 21,000 km, like new. $16,800. 604-987-3876. D24627

Houses - Sale



CENTRAL LOCATION ABBOTFORD 4 level split, 3 BR., 2 ½ baths, double att. garage, large dble. lot fully landscaped with large work/garden shed. Updated throughout incl. oak floor and pot lights in the kitchen, new en suite, new window coverings, new paint inside and out, new roof and completed basement with wet bar plus intercom/ radio system up and down. Great for medium to large family – lots of room to install pool or play area in the backyard. Good neighbors who have lived on this street for years – well looked after properties. $479,000 (this price includes all appliances) and some furniture negotiable. Call for appointment to view 604-855-7033 or cell. 604-807-8441. For sale by owner. No realtors

S. Surrey/ White Rock

Houses - Sale


2008 FORD ESCAPE LTD 4WD, leather & much more, super clean BCAA inspected. $18,960. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 stk12286



★ ALERT: WE BUY HOUSES ★ Older House! Damaged House! Difficulty Selling! No Fees! No Risk! Quick Cash! Call Us First! 604-657-9422

ROOM IN t/house Central Ladner, semi furn, bath, w/d, cbl & net, ns ref’s, $525. 604-946-0712


Condos/ Townhouses


LADNER OLD fashion farm house, 1 br. furn. share bath, $450 no drugs, 604-943-7022 PARTIALLY furn, sep bldg @ shared house, acreage, E. Ladner priv. quiet, $575, 604-940-4595


2010 CHEVY EXPRESS CARGO (A/C) : $19,960 Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 stk12308

2007 Komfort Kampsite Trailer

8,000 Ad#: kms, 23ft, mint condition, a/c, new batteries, cover, power jack, 3 appliances, full bath, $14,950 Call: (604) 946-5505

REAL ESTATE N. WEST. Reno’d 1 BR apt, 2nd flr. 670 sf. Prkg, swimming pool. Pet ok. $159,000. 778-397-0508

Sport Utilities/ 4x4’s/Trucks

1997 FORD 150 XLT, maroon, 1 owner, no accidents, air, seats 3, already to head south for the winter. Full RV package incl trailer brake system, canopy is lined, cab upholstery & carpet shampooed, engine pressure washed. Looks like new. Aircared valid Aug, 2013. 171,000 mi. $4500 obo. 604-922-6695

2010 TAKENA 1865 EX Dinette Slide. Fuel efficient towing. Save $5,000 below cost @ $16,900 Clearance Price - No Trade (Stk. T09-19) 604-528-3900 DL #9676



★Tsawwassen Securities # 202 –1624 56th street 786 sq ft. - 2nd Floor Office For more information call Tina or Sandra at Century Group 604-943-2203

2005 HONDA Hybrid Accord, Exc. cond., auto, silver, black leather int., 4dr., detailed, stereo, 6cyl., fully serviced, 80,000 k’s, great mpg! $13,900 604-541-2520


2011 MAXUM Wild 28 BRS – Bedroom Slide. Lite WT trailer; open floorplan. Save $7,500 below cost @ $21,500 Clearance Price – No Trade (Stk. D10-47) 604-528-3900 DL #9676

2004 32 Ft. Arctic Fox 30U 25,900 2 slides, $11,000 of aftermarket extras, solar,new tires (604) 393-7757

#1 FREE Scrap Vehicle Removal Ask about $500 Credit!!! $$ PAID for Some 604.683.2200 AAA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Minimum $150 cash paid for full sized vehicles. 604-518-3673

2010 KOKANEE Express M22 Living slide Lite WT. Thermal windows. Save $6,500 below cost @ $19,900 Clearance Price – No Trade (Stk. D10-50) 604-528-3900 DL #9676

4BDRM/2.5BTH 14358 Greencrest Dr, South Surrey North Shore style home 1/2 acre+ sunny treed lot backs salmon stream just 5 min to Crescent Beach, great schools, easy hiway access. Vaulted ceilings, huge windows, solid maple & fir floors, wood fireplaces, metal roof & more! See $950,000 Call: (604) 531-1111


Out Of Town Property

BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE in picturesque Shell River Valley, Manitoba for sale. 50+ acres, beautiful home, gorgeous gardens and untapped potential. Contact Sandy Donald, Royal LePage Martin Liberty Realty, 204-724-5743.


Recreation Property

50% CO-OWNER sought for professionally managed late model Meridian 391 luxury motor yacht with prime moorage downtown Vancouver. Skippering/training available.


1994 RV 30ft Pinnacle 37K, many options, great cond. queen bed, 1 owner, $17,900, 604-922-8814

Find one in the Classifieds To advertise call 604-630-3300

CULTAS LAKE year round premium vacation site with K.Z Escalade RV. Grt location has to be seen $155,000. 1-604-795-9785

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Cleaning We use environmentally friendly products

MAID SERVICES “Cleaning Since 1977”

• Bonded • Insured • Trusted

Seniors Discount “Ask about our stone floor care restoration”

Book your Spring Clean Now!


EUROPEAN DETAILED Service cleaning. Sophia 604-805-3376 EXP’D HOUSECLEANER will clean your home until its spotless. Call for details...604-710-5892 EXPERIENCED HOUSE cleaner avail, residential or business, 604-315-2539 or 778-899-1674




Computer Services

makes your computer work again! Best rates on the market. Guaranteed Virus Removal.

Call 778-882-4128



GJ CONSTRUCTION Complete drywall, textured ceilings, Steel stud & T-bar etc. Free Est. Graham 604-644-6339 *Drywall * Taping * Texture * Stucco*Painting * Steel stud framing Quality Home 604-725-8925



Flooring/ Refinishing

WEE HAUL Moving/Rubbish Removal Low Rates. 778-968-3001

Garden Soil Mix Lawn & Turf Blends Super Natural Topsoil Composted Black Bark Mulch 100% FirFir Bark Mulch 100% Bark Mulch #1 100Fir Bark Mulch Miracle Mix Soil Top Dressing Blends Sand & Gravel, Rock Hydroseeding Contractor Small Orders Too Volume Discounts


HANDYMAN SERVICES Electrical, Gutters, Fencing, Plumbing, Carpentry, Flooring Renovations, Sheds, Contracting & more Affordable, friendly, fast, reliable, local, guaranteed Call Phil 604-307-6840


To view or pick up 5333 176 St., Surrey


PAUL WEATHERBY Property Maintenance


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Interior & Exterior WCB & Liability Insured


Landscaping & Gardening Hedging & Pruning Custom Decking & Fencing Flagstone & Paver Patios Painting Interior Renovations




Too much to do, not enough time? ... I can help! • Lawn maintenance • Window cleaning Designs • Prunning • • Gutter •cleaning • Lawns • Fences • Decks • • Pressure washing • Stone/Masonary • • Pruning and Hedging • Rubbish Call Hans JOHNremoval 604-943-4546 (WCB Insured) Tel: 604-948-0267 • 604-842-1468

Hedge Trimming, Lawn Care & Yards. Best cleanup! Want it done right, call Ryan • 604-218-4795 PENNEY LANDSCAPING Lawn maintenance - hedge trimming - clean up - Locally owned & operated. Dan 604-417-2011



Low rates, 100% guar. Free est.

Mark 778-323-1045 FAIRWAY PAINTING

Fully Insured 20 years experience Call 604Free Estimates



PAINT RITE BY RICH For all your Painting needs!

Richard Ryan

604-946-4889 604-649-4930

Member: Better Business Bureau

Moving & Storage

Need Space? We Have It!




one mini, drainage, landscaping, stump / rock / cement / oil tank removal. Water / sewer line, 24 hours Call 341-4446 or 254-6865


- reduce your costly commercial square footage/ reclaim your garage & yard increase your profit by storing offsite at move that huge boat or RV reduced rates renovating 24/7 Secure store those precious keepsakes

2 locations: LADNER

HANDYMAN SERVICES Honest & Dependable No Job too Small

604.948.3199 778.688.1950


604-946-0020 360-945-MINI (6464)

Call ThE Experts • • • • • • •

Lawn Cutting Weeding Power Washing Trash Removal Dump Runs Deliveries Pick-Ups

To place your ad in “Call the Experts,” call 604-630-3300

Best In Class Painting - Low rates, refs avail, 100% guaranteed Mark 778-323-1045

CONFIDENT PAINTING LTD Int/Ext Specialist 20 yr exp. Reas rates, quality. Licensed, Ins, WCB

Jean-Guy 604-626-1975

TAKE AWAY THE PRESSURE Painting, interior/exterior Contact Ian 604-946-9395..604-812-7255


Paving/Seal Coating

ALLEN ASPHALT concrete, brick,

drains, foundations, walls, membranes 604-618-2304/ 820-2187



Gated Access Reasonable Rates!


Power Washing

BOUNDARY BAY WINDOW WASHING • Exterior house cleaning • Pressure Washing • Gutters

Steve Watts 604-943-4134 778-228-5639


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Seniors Discount

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Phone: 604.946.9395 Cell: 604.812.7255


Renovations & Home Improvement


Kitchen & Bathroom Remodelling Bathroom & Shower Repairs 20 years experience Free estimates

RDM ENTERPRISES For All Your Household Repairs and Renovations. Interior and Exterior Finishing, Kitchens, Bathrooms and Plumbing Refs Avail. Free Estimates

Rob 604-946-4796



JJ ROOFING, Repair specialist, Reroof, New Roof. Seniors disc. WCB, fully ins. 604-726-6345


Main Plumbing and Drainage

Owned by Duff Fredricksen For all your Plumbing and Drainage needs. Honest and reliable. Competitive rates. 604.948.1811 PRECISION 1 Plumbing & Heating, Lic. & Ins. hw tanks, service, renos. Rick 604-809-6822



Tried & True Since 1902

Call for a free estimate:


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#1 Roofing Company in BC Water Lines (without digging) Sewer Lines (without digging) Install. Drain tiles. 604-739-2000


Pressure Washing

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Quality Work You Can Trust!

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SIDHU PAINTING, an expd painter for int/ext jobs. Free estimates, reasonable rates. 778-998-4630


For anything Yard Related!

Interior & Exterior Residential & Commercial Fully insured. Reas. rates Guaranteed quality work Free Estimates

• Exterior/Interior Projects • Written Warranty • Years of Exp. • Fully Insured • WCB Covered

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Maintenance & Contracting


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Painting/ Wallpaper



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


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Moving & Storage



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Lawn & Garden


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Rubbish Removal

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Rubbish Removal and Recycling

778-668-4285 Locally Owned... ● So you pay less ●


Over 25 years serving South Delta

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Stucco/Siding/ Exterior

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Tree Services

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Pools/Hot Tubs

SWIMMING POOLS & LINERS Pool Shark Pool Service (604) 916-7530

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Delta Optimist August 31 2011  

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Delta Optimist August 31 2011  

Delta Optimist August 31 2011