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Plans call for new 28,000-square-foot arts facility on site of Ferry Building Tessa Holloway firstname.lastname@example.org
A waterfront arts precinct stretching along Argyle Avenue with a new exhibition space and education centre on the Ferry Building site is the hope of West Vancouver arts groups. According to the plan, drawn up by the Arts in Ambleside Advisory Commission, a new multi-purpose art and museum exhibition space and administration building would be built on the site of the Ferry Building Gallery, while that gallery could be moved, possibly onto the pier itself. The report also calls for a neighbouring “arts square” at the foot of the pier and an educational building and café on the other side, as well as additions to the Silk Purse Gallery that would include a permanent outdoor stage for John Lawson Park — a full “arts precinct.” The commission presented an interim report with conceptualized site designs to council Monday. The group is now looking for resident feedback on the proposed locations. “We really did an exhaustive exploration of sites within that whole See All page 5
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A young man who smashed his way into a North Vancouver home and tied up its occupants in the middle of the night will spend the next four years in a federal jail, before likely being deported. The mother of Gong Oui Choi, 22, of Burnaby, wept softly as he was handcuffed and led away by a sheriff in a North Vancouver courtroom last week. Judge Judith Gedye sentenced Choi on July 15 to the mandatory minimum sentence of ﬁve years in jail — with a year’s credit for time already spent in custody — after he pleaded guilty to break and enter, robbery, unlawful conﬁnement and using a disguise to commit a crime in connection with a home invasion. Choi was among a group of four men recruited by a gangster in December See Quick page 3
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A West Vancouver property owner is looking for takers on a massive $40-million Chartwell-area luxury home — the most expensive residential listing in Canada. The only catch: It doesn’t exist yet. The proposed 21,000square-foot rancher, dubbed Camelot Estates by marketers, is planned for a 5.4-acre view lot near the top of 21st Street. Prospective buyers can scoop up the parcel and see it built out for $39.9 million, while more frugal shoppers can buy the land alone — actually three adjacent legal lots — for a bargain-basement $25 million. “If you’re the buyer looking for that ultimate luxury estate, it caters to you,” said listing agent Charles Bilash. “If you’re a buyer as a developer looking to make an ultimate neighbourhood — meaning a subdivision — well, that’s also in the process.” Right now, the acreage is home to a 5,000-square-foot house, a barn and another, smaller home. The proposed development would replace those with a sprawling sixbedroom main house complete with a movie theatre, wine cellar, gym, massage room, billiards/ bar room, outdoor kitchen and living room, cabanas, “massive” inﬁnity edge pool, “enormous” hot tub, indoor and outdoor ponds, three waterfalls, outdoor tennis court and putting greens and — no joke — 15-car garage. If the owner starts to run low on space, he or she will be able to put up friends in an additional 7,000-square-foot guest house
Rash act puts NV skier in Calgary hospital NORTH Vancouver alpine ski star Manuel Osborne-Paradis is recovering from a bad case of road rash and likely a bit of embarrassment after an apparent mishap involving a party bus at the Calgary Stampede last week.
COMPUTER graphics illustrate the potential of a 5.4-acre view lot in the Chartwell area of British Properties. If built out as offered, this 21,000-square-foot rancher with 15-car garage offer a host of luxury features that include the inﬁnity edge pool illustrated below. featuring four en-suites with patios, a second inﬁnity pool, media room and three-car garage. A 2,600-square-foot separate maids quarters and ofﬁce will be thrown in to boot. It will have its own boardroom, waiting area and bar. As a kind of backup plan, the owner has already applied to the municipality to subdivide the parcel into 12 smaller lots. Those who are looking to invest and who have fewer than 15 cars — or who already have somewhere to put them — can buy the land by itself to sell off later in smaller pieces. The move would have substantial potential for proﬁt, according to Bilash. The estate has been listed for about a year, he said, but only came to media attention recently after the publication of a story about the priciest homes in the country. Even before the property hit the headlines,
however, it already had several serious offers, said Bilash. So far, most have been from mainland China, a source of a much interest recently in highend Lower Mainland homes. A couple of those offers are still pending, he added. “Originally, I have to say we were focused more on the U.S. marketplace,” said Bilash. “You see a lot of these mega estates around California, Laguna Beach, the type of place that caters to very wealthy people. . . . (But) slowly we started seeing more and more the level of interest, the showings and the offers coming from the opposite side of the world.” If neither the proposed home nor the subdivision appeal, prospective buyers do have the option of drawing up plans of their own, he noted. If they want, they have room to be
signiﬁcantly more extravagant. “What we’re offering is probably about 35 per cent of the square footage you can actually build on the property,”
said Bilash. “The main home is only 21,000 square feet. You can build up to 70,000. “You could build a Gates home on there, really.”
Quick police response nets gang of 4 From page 1 of 2008 to commit a home invasion at a house on Tempe Knoll Drive. Crown counsel Kristin Bryson said Choi was convinced to get involved in the scheme by a friend, Yum Lim, also 22, who phoned Choi and asked him if he wanted to take part in something that would make him some money. Choi agreed, said Bryson, but “it seems he didn’t know the full details of what was going to happen” until the night of Dec. 8, 2008, when all four men gathered at the apartment of the recruiter who gave them details about the home, the victims and how the home invasion was to be carried out. They were told the victim was a gambler who supposedly kept large sums of money in the house, said Bryson. Half of any money seized in the heist was to go to the recruiter who organized the home invasion. The rest was to be split between the four men who were to actually commit the crime. The recruiter handed the group weapons — including a handgun and a Taser — before the four set off for the home at about 3 a.m. One man stayed behind in the car while three of them — including Choi — smashed the window of a sliding door and entered the home. The sound of breaking glass woke up the occupants of the home — a husband and wife — who were downstairs sleeping in a basement suite. The couple tried to hide while the man called 9-1-1 and whispered information to a police dispatcher who immediately sent ofﬁcers to the scene. Before the police arrived, however, the home invaders found the couple’s hiding place, tied them up with duct tape and threatened to kill them if they didn’t hand over all their money. While that was going on, the phone line to the
police dispatcher was left open, said Bryson, allowing the dispatch tape to record the sounds of a door being kicked in and the intruders issuing shouted threats. Before Choi and the others managed to grab any money, however, their lookout phoned to say police were on the way. All four men piled into the getaway car and tried to escape, but were stopped a block later by North Vancouver RCMP ofﬁcers who found masks, a hammer and a loaded handgun in the car. The would-be thieves had left their Taser at the house by mistake. Choi’s defence lawyer David Milburn noted Choi made a full confession to police when he was arrested and has no criminal record. Choi — who is from Korea and not a Canadian citizen — was only 20 when he committed the crime, Milburn added. “He’s ashamed that he participated in this crime,” he said. It is likely he will be deported when he gets out of jail, Milburn added. Before he was sentenced, Choi told the judge “I’m truly sorry,” and said that in following his friend into the scheme, “I made the biggest mistake of my life.” Gedye told Choi that while in prison he would be surrounded by “the kinds of people who got you into that trouble in the ﬁrst place,” warning him, “You’re going to come out of that experience a much-changed person.” “Hopefully you can ﬁnd some way of putting this behind you,” she said. “This whole thing strikes me as being an enormous waste.” Duck Joong Yoon, 25, one of the other men allegedly involved in the home invasion, is currently on trial in B.C. Supreme Court. Two others are believed to have skipped the country and gone back to Korea. There are outstanding warrants out for their arrest.
A press release issued by Alpine Canada reported that the two-time Olympian is being treated in a Calgary hospital for a “road rash injury sustained in a minor vehicle accident.” Osborne-Paradis, citing his lawyer’s orders, did not go into speciﬁcs about the incident but did say he was doing well. “I’m up and walking and can move around without much pain,” he said in an email to the North Shore News, adding that this will not affect his return to skiing. He is currently rehabbing from a broken leg and torn knee ligament suffered in a crash at a World Cup ski race in late January. Calgary police issued a release stating that, in the early morning of July 15, a 27-year-old male climbed onto the back of a moving party bus on Macleod Trail, lost his balance and fell onto the trailer hitch. A piece of his clothing caught on the trailer hitch and he was dragged for about 80 metres before another motorist got the driver to stop the bus. The police news release also said that he was intoxicated, was taken to hospital with “severe road rash to his buttocks” and was facing Trafﬁc Safety Act charges. Osborne-Paradis said that he was given a $115 ticket, which has been paid. “It has been a drag, but accidents happen,” OsborneParadis said. “We learn, move ahead and get stronger from it. Alpine Canada said that the national team member is expected to be released from hospital next week and he will be evaluated by team physicians with a view to returning to training in four to six weeks. Osborne-Paradiscompeted in the gruelling, seven-stage B.C. Bike Race earlier this month, after which he told the North Shore News he was on track to be in the start gates for the ﬁrst World Cup race of the season, scheduled for Lake Louise in late November. He is a nine-time medalist on the World Cup circuit, including three golds.
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PLANS for a waterfront arts precinct stretching along Argyle Avenue envisage a new exhibition space and education centre on the Ferry Building site with the existing structure being relocated to the pier.
All West Van’s arts boards could be From page 1 waterfront precinct, and not just on the waterfront, we looked at a lot of other sites,” said Jennifer Marshall, a consultant with Urban Arts Architecture. “It’s the one place where there’s enough space and it’s a space that’s already been claimed by culture.” The locations the commission turned down included the 1300-block of Marine Drive slated for redevelopment as part of the AmblesideNow, project the tennis courts at 13th Street and Marine Drive, a spot at Argyle Avenue and 15th Street, Argyle and 13th Street and a location next to the Silk Purse. The Ferry Building site was the only one that stood out as meeting the criteria of having space to expand, remaining connected to the commercial core while also being a dramatic, waterfront site, said Marshall. The café was included to provide revenue and also to bring people in, she said. Marshall asked council to consider making the land available at no cost for construction and to consider expanding the grants provided for operations. She said the commission hoped to raise the entire construction cost through private donations, grants and community amenity contributions, but didn’t exactly rule out asking for municipal funds. “Who knows what the future holds, but that’s not what the plan is,” she said. The challenge, she said, will be recovering operating funds. Marshall suggested the site could be booked for weddings and other events, and that revenue would increase from events, partnerships, donations and an expanded endowment fund. Construction won’t begin until the operating budget is in order, she added. The commission plans to return to council with a ﬁnal report in the fall, which will include
more details about projected costs and facility size, said Marshall. It’s budget for researching and generating both reports is $80,000. The advisory commission has representatives from the West Vancouver Museum and arts organizations, such as the Silk Purse, Ferry Building Gallery, and others involved in arts delivery in British Columbia. Commission chairwoman, Merla Beckerman, said the plan is ambitious, but is designed to carry West Vancouver through the next 25 years, although the components could be staged for completion into multiple phases. Beckerman noted that West Vancouver’s arts groups have been talking about a new combined arts facility since the 1970s. She said this time the momentum is here to put shovels in the ground. She said the plan is to move forward at the same time as AmblesideNow. “Our timing is very good for this, and certainly (it’s) a needed facility,” she said. The commission also sought approval from staff to amalgamate all the boards of West Vancouver’s arts organizations and museums, which Beckerman said would allow them to share staff, share space and save money. A 2009 report suggested exhibition space of 6,000 square feet would be a small component of a 28,000-square-foot building would also house collection storage and administration ofﬁces for all West Vancouver’s arts organizations The interim report is available to the public as part of the online council agenda package for July 18, but no website has been created yet for the plan. There will be a booth set up at the Harmony Arts Festival to solicit feedback.
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RIME is dropping in Canada, and if the government would listen, it could save us a lot of money. Statistics Canada reported this week that there were ﬁve per cent fewer criminal code incidents in 2010 than in 2009, extending a 20-year downward trend, and pushing the country’s crime rate to its lowest point since 1973. The numbers run counter to the belief held by many conservatives that crime is getting worse, and put the lie to Ottawa’s tough-on-crime agenda. Throw-away-the-key types will argue, as they have in the past, that the trend is an illusion, that despairing victims are simply not reporting crimes to an overworked police force — and that they are apparently ﬁve per cent less likely to do so each year.
This assumption is silly. When virtually all insurers require that crimebased claims have a police ﬁle number, what would possess victims not to report car thefts or break-ins? Since when do people not report murders? This popular view is the result of the attention paid to crime by the media, and of the perennial perception that everything was better when we were young. When your grandfather asked his grandfather if the neighbourhood was safer back in the day, what do you think was his answer? The drop in crime is real, and more than likely the result of an aging population. In light of this, Ottawa’s plan to spend billions on new prisons, makes no sense. In lean times, we should be basing our budgets on facts, not ideology.
Belay the other pension, Captain Hahn
DAVID Hahn has a handsome salary, a fabulous pension, and plummeting respect on Main Street and possibly asea.
For the next two years B.C. Ferries’ chief executive ofﬁcer may be working in a hostile public environment, his own staff and ofﬁcers quietly mutinying against his ample emolument — $1.2 million a year in salary and beneﬁts, his $314,000 pension starting in 2013 more than six times the average family income. Premier Christy Clark, wring hands, wring hands, a large cheese in an earlier regime that vengefully and illegally tore up hospital workers’ and teachers’ contracts (political payoffs, true, shamelessly sneaked in by a dying New Democrat government), pleads helplessness in breaking Hahn’s. Thus keeping her heart in the right place and Hahn in the corporate wheelhouse. The ever-exciting and
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Trevor Lautens entertainingly excitable columnist and broadcaster Mike Smyth instantly advised Clark to ﬁre the entire BCF board of directors responsible for Hahn’s perceived obese contract, a draconian punishment that would elude some now-departed members including former Liberal minister Geoff Plant and former NDP premier Dan Miller. (Directors are paid $48,000 a year plus ﬁnancial brownie points for extra meetings, not too shabby a deal either.) Revenge, as the man said, is best eaten
cold. Smyth’s would be hot, publicly enjoyable but ﬁxing nothing. The narrative: Unable to ﬁnd a competent CEO in these rude backwoods, the government reached down to New York City for a top executive to run the Byzantine public quasi-monopoly ferry system, so indispensable to the economy of this oceanic province that devout freeenterpriser W.A.C. Bennett socialistically put it together some 60 years ago. Ignoring any unpleasant historical precedent that may spring to the minds of the learned, Hahn made the ferries run on time. He expensively updated the ﬂeet, stickhandled a scandalous marine disaster, and must be credited with instituting the top-value breakfast buffet on some vessels, strongly endorsed by the staggeringly stuffed undersigned (free advt.). I’ve admired the cut of Hahn’s jib. He’s done well. Which is why I generously offer this advice gratis as possible relief from the
current thumbscrews. First, Hahn’s million-plus salary for running a billiondollar enterprise is outrageous only to citizens writhing with envy of anyone with a higher income than their own, a natural and deplorable human instinct and example of Dr. Johnson’s observation that envy is the only one of the Seven Deadly Sins that can be exercised at any time and in any place. A glance at the annual reports of my own modest holdings reveals that $1.2 million is pifﬂe in many private companies, where devices like stock options are institutionalized rip-offs of innocent shareholders. If you seek capitalist piggishness, check Frank Stronach. Moving on, what gets up the noses of much of the citizenry is that double-dip pension. As all the world knows, the original pension was $77,000. Then, alarmed by the intelligence that Hahn was being headhunted — a rumour that any selfrespecting career-climber
would blandly allow to circulate, if not vigorously spread himself — BCF’s board of directors pressed upon Hahn a second pension of $237,000, as journalist Smyth dug out. Total, $314,000, give or take some measly hundreds. That’s $1,000 a day for a six-day week of golf or other retirement diversion (sailing, maybe?). So the free counsel here is: Waive, as in wave goodbye to, the $77,000 contract, Mr. Hahn. You won’t seriously miss it. Unless you have an extremely sharp-pencilled accountant, a sizeable portion will be disappear anyway into taxes that help fund your golden years. Some cranks will grumble that giving up the 77 grand would be a mere gesture. Well, let us not underestimate gestures, the pretty froth and bubble on public and political life that indispensably disguise what is really going on. Even if Hahn disavowed all material things, donated his wealth to good works, donned a loincloth and took holy orders, the insatiably
envious would never be sated. It is their nature. Forget them. Those who know the human and especially their own heart know well that, in Hahn’s shoes, they would not behave better, possibly worse. When one has lived too long and witnessed one forgotten cause célèbre after another — and lived off the avails as paid public scold and pose-striker — one knows that this too will pass away.
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Falcon frets over B.C.’s economic growth FINANCE Minister Kevin Falcon seems to have suddenly become very nervous.
Long known for his brash, cocky demeanour, Falcon this week displayed a more muted, cautious attitude when he talked about the province’s ﬁnances during a presentation he gave on the public accounts of last year’s budget. The reason? Look no further than the ongoing events in places like Greece, Portugal and the United States. The spiralling debt crisis is the latest serious threat to the world economy, and Falcon knows British Columbia could easily be sucked into any global ﬁnancial meltdown. That’s why his ﬁnance ministry is now projecting that B.C.’s economy will only grow by two per cent this year. That’s half the growth we experienced last year. In fact, last year may be as good as it gets for our provincial economy for some time. No one is predicting that British Columbia — or any other province, for that matter — will achieve four per cent annual growth for the next few years. This translates into fewer jobs and less revenue for government. That means provincial ﬁnances will be
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squeezed even further in the months and maybe even years ahead. The ﬁnancial challenges for government that come with any economic slowdown are compounded by an area of spending that shows no signs of slowing down: the health-care sector. Health-care spending grew by more than four per cent (or $635 million) last year, and a similar increase will occur this year. But last year the government had more money to play with — revenues were up almost $2.5 billion more than expected because of that unexpected four per cent growth rate. This year, with slower economic growth, it’s unlikely the government will see a greater than anticipated increase in revenue. So health-care spending will continue to squeeze
other areas of government spending. The annual increase in health-care spending alone will soon be more than the annual budgets for all but eight ministries in government (remember, that’s just the increase from year to year). Falcon’s other worry is the fate of the HST. If it is rejected in the referendum, it will blow an estimated $3 billion out of government coffers. More than half — $1.6 billion — is transition money that would have to be repaid to Ottawa (the federal government is unlikely to forgive British Columbia that money because it would set an expensive precedent). The remaining $1.4 billion represents the money expected to be lost over a couple of years after the HST disappears. That’s because the HST brings in signiﬁcantly more revenue to government than the old provincial sales tax. In fact, the HST was around for just nine months of the last ﬁscal year (which ended last March 31) and resulted in contributing several hundred million dollars in unanticipated revenue for the government. By the way, this last point is why I think people are fooling themselves if they think their personal ﬁnances will vastly improve if the HST
disappears. Falcon says he can deal with that $3-billion hole, but he’s signalled one way to soften the blow: revisit the things that were exempt from the PST if we go back to the old tax system. So don’t bet that restaurant meals, to use just one example, will once again being exempt from the PST. Everything is back on the table when it comes to any exemptions, as the government will likely seek
ways to boost revenue from the PST and an easy way to do that is to simply make more things taxable. The potential headaches ﬂowing from getting rid of the HST are one thing, but what really has Falcon spooked are the external events happening around the world. As we saw in the 2008 recession, no government is immune from the external machinations of the world
economy if they are large enough. Falcon admits that two per cent growth projection for this year may actually prove to be too lofty if things really tank. If that worst-case scenario does indeed occur, Falcon will go from being a nervous ﬁnance minister to a panic-stricken one. Keith.Baldrey@globalnews.ca Keith Baldrey is chief political correspondent for Global BC.
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NEIL Callaghan, owner of Second Wave surf shop in Lower Lonsdale, is enjoying the transformation of a dirty back lot into an urban garden that beneﬁts the Harvest Project.
Greening Lower Lonsdale Neglected back lot now grows veggies for Edible Garden Project
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IN the heart of Lower Lonsdale’s concrete jungle, one local business owner is in the process of creating his own organic jungle.
Neil Callaghan, 35, is the owner of Second Wave, a surf, snow and skate store at 135 Lonsdale Avenue in North Vancouver. In conjunction with the Edible Garden Project, Callaghan has created a blossoming vegetable garden behind his store. “The space was always there, but when my (former) partner and I ﬁrst took over the store it was super trashy back there,” said Callaghan. Callaghan said he has had problems with people leaving their unwanted items and furniture beside his garbage bins. “Nothing upsets you more than when you come into work and you have to take care of someone else’s dirty mattress, and it’s the middle of winter and pouring rain,” he said. One day when the back door of his shop was open, the smell of lavender wafted into Callaghan’s store.
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It inspired him to install a garden in his back lot but he didn’t just want a herb garden, he realized that he wanted to make a vegetable garden. “I’m originally from Ontario and I used to always (help) my parents with their lawn and I hadn’t done that in so long because I live in a condo,” he said. “I just yearned to get outside and do stuff. I wanted to get my hands dirty a little bit and be able to live off the land.” While in the midst of transforming his back lot into a garden, Callaghan was put into contact with the Edible Garden Project, an organization located on the North Shore that transforms unused spaces into gardens that can be used to harvest fruits and vegetables. Edible Garden donates the produce from these gardens to the Harvest Project to support people in need. “Thankfully we got into contact because I had no idea what it was going to take to do all these vegetables. I can dig around, and do things like that, but I had never really done a vegetable garden so I didn’t really realize the maintenance it would involve,” he said. The Edible Garden project has supplied him with two volunteers and Callaghan said the garden is really taking off. Tomatoes, peas, lettuce, spinach, corn and potatoes are among the numerous vegetables currently growing in the See Soil page 10
A10 - North Shore News - Friday, July 22, 2011
INQUIRING REPORTER BY the spring of 2013 TransLink will have faregates installed at all SeaBus, SkyTrain and Canada Line stations. TransLink believes the modernization will help to improve security and to decrease the number of transit scammers. Construction at the North Shore SeaBus terminal will begin in August and will continue for several months. The project will not be completely ﬁnished until 2013 because the Expo Line was not originally designed with faregates in mind. Find us on Facebook and tell us what you think or add your comment to Inquiring Reporter at www.nsnews. com. — Drake Fenton
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garden. One concern with transforming a commercial space into an outdoor garden is the risk of contamination. Oil from machinery or cars can get into the dirt and contaminate growing vegetables. Emily Jubenvill, Edible Garden’s project co-ordinator, explained the preventive measures their organization takes to neutralize contamination risks. Before starting a project Edible Garden determines what the sites history was. If there was potential of oil having leaked on the ground Edible Garden will decline to build there. Secondly, they take an extra preventive measure and ensure that the original ground is layered with cardboard. From there they add 18-inches of soil. “By adding 18-inches of additional material you are pretty
much reducing any real risk of contamination because the plants roots are in the fresh material that you brought in,” Jubenvill said. Callaghan’s site passed all of Edible Garden’s safety steps and he said that so far all of the responses he has received about his garden have been great. “This is the best project we have taken on in years,” he said. Callaghan hopes that the support his garden is providing the Harvest Project with will be returned in a cyclical fashion. “Hopefully people see that as a local business we are trying to support our own local community and so hopefully people will support a local store that is doing something like that,” he said. Second Wave offers a social hour every Friday night from 5 p.m. to 7p.m. Come by for a free hotdog, refreshment and a tour of Callaghan’s garden. TELUS AUTHORIZED DEALERS Vancouver 689 Thurlow St. 1855 Burrard St. 3121 West Broadway 2748 Rupert St. 950 West Broadway 1707 Robson St. 1092 Kingsway 3490 Kingsway
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DNV won’t ban bottled water Proposal to limit municipal sale of plastic bottles gets no support Tessa Holloway email@example.com
DISTRICT of North Vancouver council has poured cold water on one councillor’s proposal to ban the sale of bottled water in municipal buildings.
Coun. Alan Nixon wrote the motion designed to ban singleserving bottled water sales at district hall, civic events and other district-owned facilities, with the goal of reducing the amount of plastic that winds up in the region’s landﬁlls and recycling programs. Only Nixon voted for his motion July 11, while other councillors argued the district shouldn’t get in the way of consumer choice, that tap water facilities like fountains are of poor quality and that bottled water could be helpful in the event of health emergencies or a major disaster. Some councillors felt banning bottled water would just encourage people to drink pop. A similar motion was far less controversial in the City of North Vancouver, which banned the sale of bottled water in city buildings in the summer of 2009, along with expanding access to tap water via fountains and carafes.
Both Metro Vancouver and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities have passed resolutions encouraging their members to ban sale of bottled water, and Vancouver, Burnaby, Victoria and Delta have also instituted bans. Metro Vancouver notes the region’s drinking water is regulated and tested more than 25,000 times each year, while bottled water is often just municipal water sold with a 2,000 per cent markup. The Metro resolution also says millions of plastic bottles wind up in the region’s landﬁlls. Nova Scotia became the ﬁrst province to ban bottled water sales in government buildings in 2010. Council did express interest in a strategy to improve tap water fountains and facilities, and staff promised to report back on options at a later date. A second motion from Coun. Nixon asked district council to recognize the “human right to water,” promote public ownership and operations of the water supply and lobby the federal government for further funds. In that motion, Coun. Roger Bassam threw in his support after amending the motion so it wouldn’t apply to sewage treatment as it was originally written, but that was also defeated, with other councillors arguing there is a role for private operators in the delivery of public tap water. As a notice of motion, private involvement in water delivery wouldn’t have actually been banned. The motion was modeled after a similar motion recently passed in Victoria.
Marcuse embraces a global view
LONG time West Vancouver resident Judith Marcuse has been elected a Senior Fellow of Ashoka International.
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countries. The role of Fellows in Ashoka is to introduce system-changing solutions for the world’s most urgent social problems. Marcuse has more than 40 years of professional work as a dancer,choreographer,director and producer. She is also the founder and co-director of the International Centre of Art for Social Change, an organization with a mandate to help create social change through art. Recently the organization
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Evenings in Edgemont Concert Series
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The Fab Fourever bring Beatlemania to Edgemont Village.
Deborah Turton brings her dog Peanut. The 13th annual Evenings in Edgemont Concert Series kicked off under sunny skies July 8. Hundreds of music lovers gathered on blankets and chairs and Beatles tribute band Fab Fourever got crowd members young and old on their feet. Concerts go every Friday at 7 p.m., weather permitting, at Highland and Edgemont Boulevards until Aug. 26. Upcoming highlights include Gary Comeau & the Voodoo Allstars tonight, La Candela July 29 and the Sweetpea Swing Band Aug. 5. Info: www.edgemont-village.com.
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Captain America ﬁt for the big screen. page 14 West Van tea merchant celebrates India. page 16 NEWS photo Paul McGrath
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NORTH Vancouver dancer Teya Wild, who trained and taught at Seymour Dance, is competing on So You Think You Can Dance Canada for the chance to win $100,000 and a new car. The hip-hop dancer is facing off against 22 other competitors.
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TIRED of comic bookinspired ﬁlms yet? There have been three already this year (Thor, another X-Men, Green Lantern), making 2011 a fanboy’s dream. But even if you’re not a Marvel zealot, you might want to give this year’s trend one more try: Captain America — with its gee-whiz dialogue and retro styling — is one ﬁlm that feels as though it belongs on the big screen, instead of on Saturday morning cartoons.
Weaving) hunts its source to Norway, laughing, “while ze fuhrer digs for trinkets in ze desert.” Schmidt plans to harness the super serum’s energy and take over the world with the help of his super scientists, who salute Schmidt instead of Hitler. After some heroics stateside, the project hits a stalemate, and Steve is relegated to ﬂogging war bonds in his Captain America costume with a troupe of dancing dollies behind him, then to movie and — ironically — comic book fame. This is when he goes rogue, enlisting the help of inventor Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper) to rescue American soldiers trapped by Schmidt, who has now morphed into the Red Skull thanks to his overuse of the serum. (Stay away from steroids, kids, lest your body do the same.) As Captain America with newly minted street cred, Steve whittles away the baddies until the inevitable faceoff with Schmidt/Red Skull occurs, culminating in a long nap in the Arctic and a meeting with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) in the middle of Times Square. For those of you napping through the past few years, I should explain that the appearance
Chris Evans, who cut his superhero teeth on the Fantastic Four ﬁlms, plays Steve Rogers, a scrawny kid desperate to get into the army during the Second World War. Owing to his size, his chronic asthma and a long list of ailments, Steve keeps getting turned away, until the day a doctor eavesdrops on Steve’s passionate plea to get sent overseas. The German-born Dr. Erskine (Stanley Tucci) asks Steve if he wants to go kill some Nazis. “I don’t like bullies, I don’t care where they’re from,” is Steve’s reasonable response. After basic training, Steve is selected by Erskine and Col. Phillips (Tommy Lee Jones) to participate in a top-secret project, one that will make him a super soldier. In the ﬁlm’s ﬁrst great magic trick, Evans goes from puny to pumped, emerging a foot taller and a great deal more muscular after the experiment. Noting the change with more than professional approval is Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), a British agent working on the project. A serum that makes good men great and bad men evil? The Nazis already have it. The maniacal Schmidt (Hugo
STEVE Rogers, played by Chris Evans, transforms from a scrawny kid to a super soldier in Captain America: The First Avenger. of Howard Stark, who is Iron Man’s father, and Fury are tieins to next year’s big-budget Avengers movie. Thus “The
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FILM Film features retro styling and dialogue From page 14 don’t really mind the lag in action in the third act; there is plenty of heart and humour to see us through. Tucci, Toby Jones (as Schmidt’s minion) and Weaving have great fun doing deliberately hammy German accents: I was just dying for someone to say “ve have vays of making you talk.” The love story between Peggy and Steve is appropriately chaste and in keeping with the period feel, and it anchors the story as it blows into full-boar CG battle mayhem. Joe Johnston (The Wolfman, also with Hugo Weaving, October Sky, Jumanji) throws some Raiders seasoning in here, with a dash of Star Wars gadgetry, but these feel like part of the overall plan rather than cheap rip-offs. Assuredly, Captain Canuck could take Captain America in today’s economy (“Feel the strength of our mighty dollar, zap!”) but given the dismal state of things south of the border, a little rah-rah ﬂag ﬂying could go a long way, morale-wise, and Captain America: the First Avenger is just the ticket. Maybe Obama should buy a pair of tights?
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CULTURE INDIAN SUMMER
WV tea merchant celebrates India
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WE didn’t know where to begin.
A three-tier serving dish ﬁlled with a host of sweet and savoury delicacies, each infused with a variety of aromatic Indian teas, had arrived in front of each of us and we were overwhelmed. Having just ﬁnished bowls of mango sorbet, it didn’t take long for us to dig in, continuing to sip on cups of Maharajah Darjeeling. Myself and two friends had gathered at The Urban Tea Merchant at the Village at Park Royal Monday, and while we each had a different favourite item — whether it was a freshbaked scone, sandwich or other delectables — we were in agreement: this was the perfect way to while away the afternoon. Inspired by their involvement in the inaugural Indian Summer, a 10-day festival of Indian arts and ideas held July 7-17 at Vancouver’s SFU Woodward’s, as well as 2011 being named the Year of India in Canada, representatives of The Urban Tea Merchant have opted to continue celebrating the country’s culture and cuisine by presenting a Taste of India Petite Afternoon Tea. The experience, a typical af-
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THE Urban Tea Merchant’s Erica Purcell pours a cup of tea for Amanda Kilburn. At right, a three-tier serving dish displays the tea-infused sweets and savouries offered as part of the store’s Taste of India Petite Afternoon Tea, on until Aug. 15. ternoon tea with a twist, is being offered at both their Village at Park Royal and downtown Vancouver locations. “Some of the best cultural tea experiences one can have is in India. It’s so rich and deeply rooted with the concept of tea,” says co-owner Tom James, a
West Vancouver resident. Tom and his wife Karinna launched the family-owned and operated business following a trip around the world with their daughter Casey, who serves as director of store operations. “It came about from a vision that Karinna had,” says Tom.
They visited a number of places, including Africa, India, Europe and Asia. “In each area we found such a fascinating connection with tea and the culture that surrounded it,” says Tom. “We didn’t want to just open a store, we wanted to open a store that provided an
experience around tea.” They opened their ﬁrst location in the Village at Park Royal in 2004 and their second, at 1070 West Georgia St., in Vancouver in 2009.
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AMONG the Indian teas currently featured at The Urban Tea Merchant is a Maharajah Darjeeling, a blend of ﬁrst and second ﬂush darjeelings.
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Sunday as part of the festival. Staff are excited about their in-store offering, on for the next few weeks. Their two locations have been decorated with India in mind and patrons are invited to experience the Taste of India Petite Afternoon Tea for themselves. Guests choose from feature Indian teas, including various darjeelings and chais, and then
indulge in the tea-infused offerings; for example, a delicate cone ﬁlled with chicken infused with a chai called Indian Night, a black tea with piquant spices. The Taste of India Petite Afternoon Tea costs $25/$19 per person depending on what day and time you go. While the special Indian Summer tea service will only be offered until Aug. 15, The Urban Tea Merchant offers a variety of afternoon teas
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GLASS artist Larissa Blokhuis shows some her blownglass deep sea creations on display at the exhibition Heat: Expressions in Glass, on now until Aug. 6 at CityScape Community Art Space, 335 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver. Hours of operation are MondaySaturday, noon-5 p.m.
GALLERIES Argyle Avenue: 1400-1600 Block, West Vancouver. Harmony Arts Festival — Art Market: A line-up of artists and artisan works selected by a jury team will take over Argyle Avenue July 29, 4-9 p.m. and July 30, 31 and Aug. 1, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Info: www.harmonyarts. ca. The Gift Box: Small, impulsebuy gift items will be for sale from Aug. 1 to Jan. 30, 2012. Harmony Arts Festival — ArtSpeaks and ArtDemos: Talks, demonstrations, workshops, hands-on classes and slide presentations from July 29 to Aug. 7 in the gallery and art tent. There is a $10 fee for hands-on workshops which also require registration in the Ferry Building Gallery ofﬁce. Info: www.harmonyarts.ca. Harmony Arts Festival — Showcase Exhibition: Works of ArtSpeaks artists and invited alumni artists will be on display. This exhibition will open at 6 p.m. on July 29 and run until Aug. 7, 10 a.m-8 p.m. daily. Info: www.harmonyarts.ca. Harmony Arts Festival — Grand Prix Plein Air Challenge: A traditional three hour Plein Air painting competition where painters must originate, paint, complete and frame a piece of art that they create outdoors, Saturday, Aug. 6 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Works will be judged and prizes awarded. Fee: $35. Registration: 604925-7290. Info: www.harSee more page 19
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MUSIC VANCOUVER FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL
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EVEN though the weather was soggy, there were large crowds in attendance at the 34th annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival, which served up a diverse lineup of talented local and international artists July 15-17 at Jericho Beach Park.
The following are some of my favourite moments, rain and all: Cute couples A number of adorable male/female acts were featured over the course of the weekend. On Friday alone, the main stage showcased the dreamy harmonization of Imaginary Cities Justin Townes Earle and a female stand up bass player and, of course, Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings, whose musical chemistry was utterly captivating. At one point in the performance, Welch cast her guitar aside, opting to perform some handclapping percussion, topped off with a tap dance. Saturday evening, Nova Scotia native Buck 65 and his backing vocalist Marnie Herald continued to charm audiences with their interplay. In contrast to Herald, whose mobility was limited due to a cast on her leg, Buck danced freely. Not wanting her to miss out on the fun, he enabled her to stay involved by handing her a tambourine, which Herald dutifully held out for him to
enthusiastically slap, even taking a few turns herself. Artist love Spotted: Acclaimed Maritime singer/songwriter Joel Plaskett peeking out from backstage at Welch, one of his favourite songwriters, prior to his performance with The Emergency, which went on to rock the festival, bringing its opening day to a close. On Saturday afternoon, Townes Earle was among those featured in a workshop entitled Grit and Wisdom. The other participating artists — Mary Gauthier, Jim Bryson and The Jayhawks’ Gary Louris and Mark Olson — were motionless, faces and bodies turned towards the talented son of Steve Earle, whenever he took a turn, including a performance of “They Killed John Henry.” Townes Earle’s unique picking style no doubt had piqued their curiosity. In the following workshop, entitled Changes in Latitude, Elliott BROOD member Casey Laforet mouthed the words of the chorus during Plaskett’s performance of “On the Rail,” a song about Nova Scotia’s Cabot Trail from CBC’s Great Canadian Song Quest album. Vancouver’s The Fugitives were the third act featured and member Barbara Adler expressed concern about the timing of photographs being taken of her as her mouth was always gaped open in amazement at the other bands. Family ties A number of artists opted to pay tribute to their famous parents, Rosanne Cash, obviously, when she played the
main stage Saturday, as well as actor Tim Robbins, whose father, folk singer Gil Robbins, ran The Gaslight. Townes Earle also performed “Mama’s Eyes,” from Midnight at the Movies, a couple of times at the festival. Covers Elliott BROOD opted to do their own version of the White Stripes’ “Hotel Yorba” Saturday afternoon, an apt choice. Buck 65 told a story about playing the Ottawa Bluesfest Tuesday, at the same time as John Fogerty. He was shocked there was anyone in attendance at his set as there was a legend on stage, so to ensure they didn’t miss out, he did a version of “Wicked and Weird” over a sample of CCR’s “Run Through The Jungle.” It went over well so he opted to repeat the performance in Vancouver. Vancouver-based musician C.R. Avery gave a beatbox and harmonica-infused shout out to Tom Waits’ “Big In Japan” during a Sunday workshop. The Undead While various songs in the folk music tradition have focused on tales of murder and untimely death, a few artists at this year’s Vancouver Folk Music Festival took things one step further, their ﬂare for the macabre compelling. Graveyard Train, a band from Australia that made its Canadian debut, has built a career out of playing “horror country.” Sunday afternoon, they entertained with lively, tongue-in-cheek bluegrass songs about ghosts, mummies, haunted scarecrows, witches who
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BUCK 65 takes the stage at the 34th annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival Saturday. To view more photos from this year’s event, visit www.nsnews.com/entertainment. enjoy dancing and, in “Tall Shadow,” being chased by death. Buck 65 also played with the theme of the undead. He once again employed Herald to
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YOUR NORTH SHORE GUIDE to FASHION & STYLE
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WHILE the rest of the nation swelters, West Coasters are sitting pretty in the shade. Still, we could use a little sun, if only to bronze our skin and highlight our tresses so we can show off our new summer fashions. The forecast is for sunshine soon, and lots of it. Until then, here’s how to get your glow on.
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■ Pure Finish Mineral Bronzing Powder ($38), limited edition from Elizabeth Arden Instant sun-kissed skin is yours when you brush on Elizabeth Arden’s microlight mineral bronzing powder. Sweep it over eyes, cheeks and lips as well as decolletage and shoulders for a warm glow. The bronzer includes a mini folding kabuki brush that ﬁts into the compact so you can take the sun with you. Brighten and even out skin tone with Pure Finish Mineral Tinted Moisturizer SPF 15 ($37.50 for 50 ml), in Fair, Light, Medium and Dark.
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Withitzestyandﬂoralnotes, this limited-edition fragrance is perfect for those long warm summer days. Enriched with organic verbena extract from Corsica, it’s refreshing and light enough for everyday wear. Also available are a Milky Fragrance Mist ($34 for 100 ml), Fresh Face Mist ($15 for 50 ml), Protective Body Lotion SPF 15 ($32 for 250 ml) and Protective Gloss SPF15 ($18 for 15 ml). Find these at L’Occitane’s newest location, in Park Royal’s south mall.
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GREATEST SHOW UNDER EARTH. It was once the largest copper mine in the British Empire. Today, the Britannia Mine Museum
opens up a little-seen world that fascinates all ages. Just like miners did, visitors climb aboard a mine train and rumble into an authentic tunnel. Entertaining guides describe the workings of drills and tools from the past century. Every visit includes gold panning with the chance to take home frequent findings. A captivating 15-minute film re-creates the past and reveals how families turned their isolated surroundings into pleasant experiences. The Family Play Area keeps young ones entertained. A glittering gift shop offers unique stones and carvings. To reach the Britannia Mine Museum, head north on the scenic Sea to Sky Highway. And the critics say: “!!!!1/2” TRIP ADVISOR. “Great Experience!” FROMMER’S TRAVEL. See you there!
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Triple Flip will celebrate the opening of its newest location, in Park Royal’s north mall, with special in-store events this Saturday, July 23, 9:30 a.m.6 p.m. This is the ﬁrst store in British Columbia for Triple Flip, an Alberta-based activewear retailer for preteen girls. The company has been giving away Flip Surprise Cards with a value of $10, $20, $50 or $100 off the purchase. Free Triple Flip tote with every purchase during opening week. Visit Triple Flip on Facebook for details about other contests and promotions. Verve Hair Lounge and Art Gallery is raising funds for Plan Canada’s global initiative Because I Am A Girl through the sale of ﬁne-art photography by Bunny Tonner, on display now at the salon, 227 Lonsdale Ave. in North Vancouver. For more information visit www. plancanada.ca/becauseiamagirl. Fashion Hope and Luvngrace Productions has joined forces with the Salvation Army for the July 23 Mazzucco Photo/Art Exhibit and silent auction, which is working towards building awareness of human sexual trafﬁcking and the ﬁght against it. Silent auction items include: fashions donated by Leone, Danier, Malene Grotrian, Lav & Kush, Jacqueline Conoir and Bun. The event is at Sugar Studios, 1635 Powell St., Vancouver. Tickets, $100, are tax deductible and include admission to the exhibit, with champagne and appetizers, available at www. luvngraceaffair.com or by calling 604.374.5610. Champagne Saturday is the last Saturday of the month at
Flip it HAZEL Atkins (left) and Sydney Waller rock the latest fashions from Triple Flip. The Alberta-based retailer of activewear for preteen girls held a search for Vancouver “ﬂip girls” last month in conjunction with the opening of its ﬁrst store in British Columbia. The boutique in Park Royal’s north mall opens today. Wear Else’s three store locations, including the boutique in Park Royal’s south mall. The women’s clothing retailer will be serving up champagne cocktails all day and offering surprise instore promotions for this one day only. Gift with purchase while quantities last. Featured designer for July 30 is Trina Turk. Details at www.wearelse. com.
Make way for summer fashions by clearing out unwanted clothing and accessories and donating them to the Canadian Diabetes Association’s Clothesline program. Making a contribution is as simple as calling 1-800-505-5525 and arranging for a free pickup. The program currently picks up donations daily from homes in the North Shore area. Proceeds raised
through the program help provide funding for research for the disease. For details, visit www. diabetes.ca. — compiled by Layne Christensen Fashion File is a weekly column. If your business or charity is planning an event, send your information as early as possible to email@example.com.
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duo performed a delightful choreographed, arms-outstretched zombie impersonation. Fashionable people Townes Earl, whom GQ Magazine named one of the 25 best dressed men in the world in 2010, lived up to his reputation and Tim Robbins and The Rogues Gallery Band’s drummer stood out in his Davy Crockett-esque coonskin hat. Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three, a Missouribased ensemble, were dapper,
channelling the days of yore they impressively highlight in their music. Wordsmiths Plaskett dabbled in a little spoken word, regaling the audience with tales of growing up in small town Nova Scotia as well his love for his earless cat White Fang on Friday. The literary chops of members of The Fugitives and C.R. Avery were put to the test during Sunday’s From Sudan to East Van workshop when they were joined by Emmanuel Jal. Each act took turns completing a freestyle of
sorts, centred around Avery’s “Motel.” Dance moves Jal kept the crowd on their feet by prompting the ladies to do a hair dance, which appeared to involve violently ﬂipping their hair from back to front and then side-to-side, which he somehow made look easy. #bummersummer It’s true the weather was less than impressive at this year’s festival; however, the music made it memorable just the same. Thanks to those who make it possible year after year.
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FOR most, the Vancouver Folk Music Festival is a time for relaxation with some of the world’s best musicians, but Wayne Stewart barely has time to breathe.
Stewart has been a volunteer at the festival since 2003 and as stage manager for Stage 6 since 2004, and in that time he’s seen just about everything — and just about everything has gone wrong. “I do a lot of festivals. I’ve been doing the jazz festival for 25 years, I do sound, staging . . . the rest of my life I do this for pay,” he said. But aside from the music there’s one reason in particular he’s willing to volunteer here: the challenge. It’s
the most difﬁcult job he’s ever done, he said. “I do this here mainly because it’s well-nigh impossible. It’s just this side of possible, to do it at all.” Stage 6 is a workshop stage, so most of the sets that play include three or four musicians or bands, sometimes upwards of 20 people sharing the stage at once. “You have to get all three bands playing at the same time on the same stage, often with 1525 minute changeovers, which means 15 to 25 minutes to get the last 25 people off stage and get the next 25 people on,” he said. “It is the biggest stage-managing challenge I have.” To top it off, many of them play instruments Stewart has never heard of. Of the instruments for Nomadic Caravan, a performer at this year’s festival, there was a bhapang, a single-stringed perSee Volunteers page 24
Afternoon Dance featuring Dal Richards’ Orchestra Known as “The King of Swing”, Dal draws records numbers to the festival with his upbeat melodies, bringing back the great sound of the big band era! DATE: Sunday, July 31 2-4pm LOCATION: John Lawson Park
Don Stewart Trio His voice is recognizable from the very first note: silky, smooth, sophisticated, mellow and enraged in passion. From Rock to Motown to Blues to Jazz, this seasoned jazz singer brings a unique sound to the stage. DATE: Saturday, August 6 2-4pm LOCATION: West Vancouver Community Centre
Don Stewart Trio
THE Fugitives’ Barbara Adler watches the other artists sharing the stage — Joel Plaskett and Elliott BROOD — during Saturday’s Changes in Latitude workshop.
A trip down memory lane for the young at heart. This year our Seniors’ programming, presented by Hollyburn House, is as exciting as ever!
Symphony by the Sea featuring the Sempre String Orchestra
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This professional quartet offers the standard classical repertoire in addition to a diverse array of popular Celtic, jazz, tango, and Broadway musical selections. What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than listening to light classics by the sea? DATE: Sunday, August 7 2-4pm LOCATION: John Lawson Park
VISUAL ARTS THE ART MARKET This year’s rebranded, expanded Art Market presented by Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism features 60+ artists and artisans from BC and Ontario who will populate Argyle Avenue selling their original creations. See and experience one-of-a-kind ceramics, jewelry, fashion, leather goods, paintings, photography, woodwork, glass arts and more. Enjoy the live music, open-air shopping and the opportunity to meet these talented artists. tine Louise Valen Created by
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cussion instrument, a bapand, a been been and one that was simply labeled “weird f***ing thing” on the stage diagram. “That’s what the person who made up the chart called it because there’s no way he could pronounce or remember the name,” said Stewart with a laugh, pointing to the sheet of paper. In another year, a golf cart dumped what looked like just a pile of lumber at the side of the stage — it wasn’t until later that day the crew realized it could make music. One year, the tour manager of one of the bands playing his stage decided to be “helpful,” said Stewart, as he made quotation marks with his ﬁngers, by rearranging the cords that connect the instruments to the monitors the volunteers use to adjust the sound. Partway through the set the crew realized their controls were adjusting the wrong instruments, and when there’s 48 inputs it’s hard to guess which is which. The only way to ﬁx it, said Stewart, was for stagehands to dash across the stage from the instruments, following the cords to where they plugged in, and plug them back in where they were supposed to be. “So basically as the show was going, we were repatching it, and hopefully it’s transparent to the audience, and sometimes it’s not,” he said. This year, Stewart had to scramble again when one of the bands scheduled to play the main stage, Tinariwen, was denied entry into Canada. That caused Licardo Lemvo to be bumped from Stage 6, and suddenly Stewart had a hole to ﬁll. The band Burning Hell agreed to ﬁll it and rounded up as many idle musicians as they could, throwing together an impromptu set. “Great band too, one of my favourites this year,” said Stewart. “It was sort of a free-for-all.” Somehow, despite all the mayhem, volunteers like Stewart keep returning to the festival year after year. “Especially this year everybody on this crew is somebody I’ve worked with multiple years before,” he said. But it’s not just stage managers and tech staff, but garbage clean-up, site transportation, water stations on site, on top of jobs like driving the performers to the airport and handling the lodgings. But there are perks: free tickets, for one, and volunteers have three square meals a day plus desserts for their trouble. All that food is cooked up behind the main stage, where a cacophony of metal can often be heard as the barbecue volunteers start a chant. “Who are we? Barbecue! What do we do? Barbecue!” they shout in unison, frying up salmon, chicken and bell peppers. “We make a lot of noise,” admitted Mitchell Ingrim, one of the barbecue volunteers. Volunteering is the best way to see the festival while keeping busy when his favourite bands are off stage. As an added bonus, he cooks for the artists, even barbecuing bear meat when Steven Seagal paid a visit to watch Ricky Skaggs play last year.
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Switching genres tough From page 13 emotional.” Wild started tap and jazz dancing at nine years old and it quickly eclipsed all her other passions. She took on new styles, in particular hip hop, which she specializes in today, and remembers sitting with other students in Grade 8 talking about what they wanted to do as a career when all she could think of was dance. Soon she started auditioning for movies and video projects and joined the Project Soul Productions Company in Vancouver and her hip-hop dance troupe Diamonds in the Rough. Even after reaching Toronto, Wild had to shine among 260 dancers all vying for a spot on the show. The winner of the show will take home $100,000 and a new car, but Wild knows she has a lot of work before that. She described the show as her most difﬁcult challenge, in part because her ﬁrst dance with partner Kevin Howe was contemporary — a style where Wild was at ﬁrst nervous and uncomfortable. While she admitted she didn’t get all the technical details right, she impressed the judges with her heart. “Switching genres is the hardest. You don’t want to let go of what you just did but you’re also relieved you’re done, but you pick another genre and you have to get right into it. There’s no holding back,” she said. “It’s getting harder and harder, it’s not getting easier…(but) we’re every good partners together, he’s very technically trained and I have a lot of musicality and patience, so we put our qualities together and it’s awesome.” In the audience for that show was Teya’s mom Lisa Wild, who ﬂew to Toronto for the ﬁrst week, who was just as tense. “You’re always worried, what if she trips and falls or something happens like that, this is it. But no, she did an amazing job,” she said, but added that Teya has had a drive to succeed since she started dance. “It was never me saying ‘Oh, we paid for these lessons, you’d better ﬁnish them.’ It was never like that. It was all her.” While Teya isn’t the only West Coast dancer on the show — fellow Diamonds in the Rough member Carlena Britch is from Vancouver — the Windsor secondary grad made sure her website on the show listed her hometown as North Vancouver. “It’s very important to me because I don’t want to forget where I came from. I was raised in North Vancouver, my dance school was in North Vancouver, and I want that to be known,” she said. Working with the school, she sees a lot of talent on the North Shore, and hopes to be able to judge some of the competitions she used to dance in when she returns. In the meantime, though, she’s hoping to take this as far as she can, and is thankful for all the support she’s been receiving from her old dance partners, who made a YouTube video in her honour, to many of her friends and family back home. Lisa works at Curves in Deep Cove and has been pulling in support that way, too.
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A26 - North Shore News - Friday, July 22, 2011
World Harp Festival comes to Vancouver
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DEEP Cove resident Elizabeth Volpé Bligh has been the principal harpist of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra since 1982, but for the past four years she has had to become an event planner and business administrator extraordinaire. Well, sort of. Bligh is the chairwoman of the World Harp Congress host committee and she has been the key ﬁgure in bringing the World Harp Festival to Vancouver this summer. Bligh will readily admit that when she began the project she had no idea what she was getting herself into. “A local harpist took me out for coffee one day and buttered me up and asked if I would mind taking over the World Harp Festival for Vancouver,” Bligh said while laughing. “I didn’t really know what I was agreeing to, and then in 2008 I went to my ﬁrst one in Amsterdam and realized what I had committed to. But once I say I am going to do something, I do it.”
The World Harp Festival is an event that occurs every three years and is usually hosted in a European city. The last time it was in North America was in 1996 in Tacoma, Wash. The festival attracts internationally renowned harpists from the across the world. In Vancouver these musicians will perform solo pieces, along with performances done in conjunction with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. The seven-day event, running from July 24 to 30, will include workshops, panel discussions, lectures and three VSO concerts, two of which will be held at the Orpheum. Everything will be held in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown core, as Bligh wanted each event to be within walking distance of the festival’s congress center at the Sheraton Wall Centre. It is here that Bligh will be spending most of her time, and where harp enthusiasts will be able to purchase harps, strings and accessories. With the festival only a week away everything seems to be coming into place, but Bligh relates that in the formative stages, four years ago, planning the festival seemed like an insurmountable task. “I have learned so much in four years. It has been a
huge, steep learning curve for me,” said Bligh. “When I started off I was just groping in the dark. Just learning how to use an Excel spreadsheet was something I never knew before.” For all of the difﬁculty it entailed, Bligh said the process has been incredibly rewarding and she is thrilled that Vancouver is getting the chance to host the festival, as it will be a once in a lifetime event. “I am very excited about next week, when I look at the people that are coming I pinch myself,” she said. “They are the top of the top and the fact that they are willing to come play (in Vancouver) just ﬂoors me.” Bligh, herself, will not be performing. She said that the amount of time she has had to spend organizing has prevented her from practising her music sufﬁciently. Luckily for Bligh, event organizers are guaranteed a spot in the next World Harp Festival. That one will be in Australia in 2014. Bligh said she will be there, and is looking forward to worrying about her harp and not Excel spreadsheets. For more information about the World Harp Festival, visit www.worldharpcongress2011. com.
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DEEP Cove resident Elizabeth Bligh, chairwoman of the World Harp Congress has helped bring the World Harp Festival to Vancouver this summer.
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NORTH Shore News designer Geoff Ross will be exhibiting his native-inﬂuenced wooden carvings at the Harmony Arts Festival. View his works, which are primarily made of reclaimed cedar, at www.indigenousinﬂuences.com.
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The Harmony Arts Festival is thriving. Back in West Vancouver for its 21st season, the 10-day festival will offer an expanded range of exhibitions and performances from right across the creative spectrum. For the ﬁrst four days of the festival, West Vancouver’s Argyle Avenue will be taken over by the Art Market, a high-end collection of jurychosen creations. For the ﬁrst time, three artists from outside of B.C. will make the trip to the West Coast to display their work. As well as world-class jewelers Ko Park and Yaïr Stern, Ontario grafﬁti artist D3N!@L, also known as Denial, and sometimes known as Daniel Bombardier, will be among the exhibits. The entirely self-taught artist creates his images using spray paint and stencils, but often converts them into adhesive stickers. It’s a medium that has taken his playful and pointed messages right around the globe. He estimates more than half a million of his stickers are out there. “I’ve gotten stuff all over the world just through meeting people,” Denial told the North Shore News from his studio in Windsor, Ont. “I’m a true believer. I like to give something to someone even if they can’t buy it. They can still help promote you. I haven’t been to all the places my stickers have.” While Denial cut his teeth putting his art up in alleys and on the side of watertowers — “the higher the better” — the 34-year-old now runs his own graphic design ﬁrm with a staff and lots of marketing work. But that doesn’t mean he’s
lost his subversive edge, particularly when he feels street art is under attack. “We just did a lot of fake Toronto police badges with ‘Toronto Art Crimes Division’ stenciled on them and (Toronto Mayor) Rob Ford’s face as the centerpiece,” laughed Denial. “We put about 50 or 60 of them up around the core.” Closer to home, North Vancouver resident and North Shore News designer Geoff Ross will be exhibiting his native-inﬂuenced wood carvings. “I take reclaimed cedar, because I like that old look, and I carve into it to reveal the new wood beneath,” said Ross. Growing up with his adopted Interior Salish brother, Ross was exposed to First Nations art and culture throughout his childhood. Those inﬂuences returned to him a few years ago when he moved into a new home. “I needed art for the walls. I had some old wood lying around; I found my grandfather’s carving tools and for fun, I thought I’d see what I could make out of it. I had this piece on the wall and friends came over and I was getting really good feedback and I thought let’s put it out there and see what other people think. So I put it on Craigslist and it sold and I made another one and it sold and so I just keep going and here I am ﬁve years later.” Ross stresses that his work is not traditional native art, and admits he was a little unsure how First Nations buyers would react to him. “When I had my ﬁrst native customer I was a bit concerned. He said ‘I like your work, can I come by?’ and I said ‘Just so you know, before we get into some awkward moment, I’m Caucasian.’ He said ‘I don’t care if you’re a Chinaman, I just want to buy your art.’ Ever since then I’ve been See 55 page 32
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CALENDAR From page 19 980-1699 or www.grafﬁticoart.com. The North Shore: Various locations. Harmony Arts Festival —Juried Group Show: A diverse mixed media show featuring work by renowned local artists. Works will also be shown at the West Vancouver library, Silk Purse and Ferry Building Gallery. These exhibitions will open at 6 p.m. on July 29 and run until Aug. 7, 10 a.m-8 p.m. daily. Info: www.harmonyarts. ca. Harmony Arts Festival — Studio Tours: Be your own guide and grab a tour map and watch some of the North Shore’s artists at work, up close and personal, in their own studios, July 31 and Aug. 7, noon-5 p.m. Maps are available at any festival information area. Info: www.harmonyarts.ca. North Vancouver City Library: 120 West 14th St., North Vancouver. Info: 604-998-3455 or www.nvcl.ca. North Vancouver Community History Centre: 3203 Institute Rd., North Vancouver. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Info and registration: 604-990-3700, ext. 8016.
As Dreamt, As Built — Maps and Plans of North Vancouver. An ongoing exhibit of documents that highlight the community’s development. North Vancouver Museum: 209 West Fourth St., North Vancouver. Info: 604-990-3700, ext. 8016 or www. northvanmuseum.ca/. Entwined Histories: An exhibition of Native arts and artifacts showcasing the collection of Maisie Hurley, a non-native activist, until Nov. 6. North Vancouver Experience, an ongoing exhibit deﬁning life in North Vancouver. Presentation House Gallery: 333 Chesterﬁeld Ave., North Vancouver. Gallery hours: Wednesday -Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Info: 604-9861351 or www.presentationhousegall.com. Presentation House Satellite Gallery: 560 Seymour St., Vancouver. Gallery hours: Wednesday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m. Info: www.satellitegallery.ca. Not Photographs: Damian Moppett and Andrea Pinheiro’s work that uses photographs as canvases will be on display until Aug. 28. Ron Andrews Community Space: 931 Lytton St., North
Vancouver. Info: 604-980-7182. Near and Far: Barb Matthews and Lori Tjorham’s paintings of local landscapes and landscapes from their travels will be on display until July 31. Matthews’ pottery will also be on exhibit. Dolls in Public Places: An exhibition of dolls by the Coast Character Doll Artists, July 31-Sept. 18. Info: 604-929-2336 or 604-984-8540. Seymour Art Gallery: 4360 Gallant Ave., North Vancouver. Gallery hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Info: 604-924-1378 or www. seymourartgallery.com. Passages, Elements and New Energy: Artist Alice Rich’s paintings will be on display until July 31. Solid Ground: Edna Bardell’s paintings of West Coast landscapes focusing on tree patterns will be on display from Aug. 2 to 28. Opening reception: Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7-9 p.m. Shelton Art /Studios Gallery: 3540 Marine Dr., West Vancouver. Info: 604-922-5356. Silk Purse Arts Centre: 1570 Argyle Ave., West Vancouver. Gallery hours: Tuesday to Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Info: 604-9257292 or www.silkpurse.ca. Sunrise: Photographer Morgan Applewood’s pictures of the East Vancouver area will be on display until July 24. Harmony Arts Festival: An exhibition of works from the festival’s juried group show, July 26-Aug. 7. Opening reception: Wednesday, July 27, 6-8 p.m. Harmony Arts Festival: The West Vancouver Senior Potters Club will be selling their wares in the front studio of the Silk Purse, July 30, 31, Aug. 6 and 7, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Info: www.harmonyarts.ca. Starﬁre Studio: 6607 Royal Ave., West Vancouver. Info: 604922-5510 or www.starﬁreattheferries.com. Studio Art Gallery at Capilano University: 2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver. Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Studio 195 Gallery: 195 Pemberton Ave., North Vancouver. Tartooful: 3183 Edgemont Blvd., North Vancouver. Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Info: 604-924-0122 or www.tartooful.com. West Vancouver Memorial Library: 1950 Marine Dr., West Vancouver. Info: 604-925-7407 or www.westvanlib.org. Call for Photographers: The Lighthouse Park Preservation Society is looking for original images that illustrate fragility and diversity as well as beauty of natural environments for an upcoming exhibition. Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org before Aug. 31. Info: 604469-1651. West Vancouver Municipal Hall: 750 17th St., West Vancouver. Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. West Vancouver Museum: 680 17th St., West Vancouver. Museum hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Info: 604-9257295 or www.westvancouvermuseum.ca. Selected Works from the Gordon and Marion Smith collection will be on display until Aug. 27. Admission by donation. CONCERTS Anne MacDonald Hall: 333 Chesterﬁeld Ave., North Vancouver. Capilano University Performing Arts Theatre: 2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver. Cates Park: Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver. Concert Series 2011: Free outdoor concerts Saturdays until Aug. 27, from 4 to 7 p.m. Three local bands will perform each evening. Info: www.musart.ca. See more page 34
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ers: July 29, ABRA Cadabra; July 30, The Dustin Bentall Outﬁt; July 31, Babe Gurr; Aug. 1, Jeremy Fisher; Aug. 5, Jim Byrnes and Aug. 6, Adam Woodall Band. Info: www.harmonyarts.ca. Harmony Arts Festival — World Music: Music from around the globe. Aug. 6 performers and times: Shona Le Mottée and Tim Readman, 1 p.m.; Doug Towle, 2 p.m.; Ezeadi Onukwulu and One Human Race, 3 p.m.; Paciﬁka, 4 p.m. and The Rakish Angels, 5:45 p.m. Aug. 7 performers and times: StringFever, 1 p.m.; Kumbana Marimba, 2 p.m.; Mariachi del Sol, 3 p.m.; Kytami, 4 p.m. and Rumba Calzada, 5:45 p.m. Info: www.harmonyarts.ca. Gloria Dei Lutheran Church: 1110 Gladwin Dr., North Vancouver. Highlands United Church: 3255 Edgemont Blvd., North Vancouver. Info: 604-9806071 or www.highlandsunited. org. Jack Loucks Court at the John Braithwaite Community Centre: 145 West First St., North Vancouver. John Lawson Park: 750 17th St., West Vancouver. Harmony Arts Festival — Sunset Concert Series: Free nightly performances at 7:30 p.m. Dates and performers: July 29, Bobby Bruce’s Nearly Neil and The Solitary Band; July 30, Cousin Harley; July 31, The Paperboys; Aug. 1, We Are the City; Aug. 2, Leora Cashe Quartet; Aug. 3, Greg Sczebel; Aug. 4, Tanga; Aug. 5, Headwater; Aug. 6, Aaron Nazrul and The Boom Booms; Aug. 7, Gary Comeau and The Voodoo All Stars. Info: www. harmonyarts.ca. Harmony Arts Festival — Youth Rock: Four up-and -coming bands will perform, Aug. 1, 1-5 p.m. Info: www. harmonyarts.ca. Kay Meek Centre: 1700 Mathers Ave., West Vancouver. Tickets: www.kaymeekcentre. com or 604-913-3634. Lynn Valley Village: 1277 Lynn Valley Rd., North Vancouver. Summer Concert Series: Free outdoor concerts will take place Friday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. Schedule: July 22, The Dynamics; July 29, The Paperboys; Aug. 5, AJ Woodworth with The Matinee; Aug. 12, Headwater and Aug. 19, Fab Fourever. Info: www. lvca.ca. Mount Seymour United Church: 1200 Parkgate Ave., North Vancouver. North Shore Unitarian Church: 370 Mathers Ave., West Vancouver. Panorama Park: Deep Cove, North Vancouver. Concerts in the Cove: Free outdoor concerts Harmony Arts Festival — Cinema in the Park: An outdoor movie experience at 9 p.m. Dates and movies: July 29, Pollock and Aug. 5, Slumdog Millionaire. Info: www.harmonyarts.ca.
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HILL - Kathleen (Birdie) Rosina (nee Sewell) 1914-2011 Kathleen passed away on July 9th, 2011 just a few weeks shy of her 97th Birthday. She was predeseased by her husband Vernon Reid Hill in 1984. Kathleen is survived by her sons Alan and Douglas and her four grandchildren Julia, Angela, Danielle and Amelia. She will be missed by both family and friends. In lieu of flowers a donation to the CNIB or St John’s Anglican Church can be made. A memorial service will take place at St John’s 220 West 8th Street North Vancouver on Thursday, August 11th at 11am.
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Collett Oble, Brianna Cassia July 15, 2011 Brianna Cassia Collett Oble, beloved daughter of Elisabeth Collett Oble and Darryl Oble, passed away on July 15, 2011. As the cherished granddaughter of Joyce & Walter and Kim & Wayne, treasured niece of George and Meghan & Rob, and adored cousin of Mylie & Kaiya, she touched many lives and was loved deeply by family & friends. Brianna was an all-too brief gift who will always be in our hearts & will never be forgotten. Thanks to the wonderful staff at the Lions Gate Hospital Maternity Unit for their compassion & support. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the Lions Gate Hospital Foundation.
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MCLELLAN, Aileen Mearns May 5, 1928 - July 18, 2011 It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of our beloved Mum, Gran, Sister and Aunt on July 18, 2011. Aileen was predeceased by her loving husband of 46 years, Denny and is survived by her four devoted sons, Burns (Joanne), Warren (Christine), Colin (Carol) and Eric, her adored grandchildren, Kyle, Reid, Lauren, Trevor, Michelle, Conor and Emma, her sister Mo l l y L a n g d al e , b r o th e r Duncan Macpherson, sistersin-law Barbara Sharp and Connie McLellan, many nieces and nephews and good friends and neighbours. Aileen lived her entire life in North Vancouver where she and Denny raised their family. She was a proud alumni of North Vancouver High and a CoFounder of The Society for Children With a Hearing Handicap. Aileen lived for her family but managed to still find time to travel the world, play bridge and selflessly help others. She’ll live on in the lives of all the people she touched who were so fortunate to know her. A celebration of her life will be held on Monday, July 25, 2011 at 1:00 pm at St. Andrew’s and St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church, 2641 Chesterfield Avenue, North Vancouver. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Lions Gate Hospital Foundation would be greatly appreciated.
Knox, Thomas Brantingham September 28, 1922 July 7, 2011 Born September 28, 1922, Tom passed away on July 7, 2011. Predeceased by his loving wives, Ruth and Pam, he is survived by his two children, Donna (Diana), David (Tuk), grandchildren Catrina and Matthew, and many family members, including Penny Thomas, Edna Gilbert and Bernice Lewis. Tom spent his entire career at Burrard Ship Yards where he worked hard to support his family. He was a humble, kind man who enjoyed a good joke and always saw the glass as "half full". He loved people, animals, music, dancing and sports, and as a member of the North Shore Curling Club, the West Van Lawning Bowling Club and the West Van Seniors Centre, Tom rarely stayed still for long. Tom had a smile for everyone and his energy and enthusiasm will be sadly missed by us all. In celebration of Tom’s life, a drop-in reception will be held at Hollyburn House, 2095 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, on July 25, 2011, between 2 and 4 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the SPCA.
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Brandon Vito Hughes Nov. 21, 1980 – July 23, 2009
Don’t you worry now don’t you cry, don’t take a lifetime wondering why I know it was too soon to say goodbye, hold your head up high and smile, when you mention my name. Until we get together again. “To know him was to love him” Always in our thoughts, forever in our hearts Love for Eternity, Mom, Dad, & Krys
Brandon Daoust November 1, 1985 – July 23, 2005
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MULLEN - Muriel Patricia (‘Pat’) 1920 – 2011 Pat was born in Edmonton, Alberta on June 10th, 1920 and passed away peacefully on July 17th, 2011. She is survived by her sons Bill (Marie) and Dave (Georgia), and pre-deceased by her son Jim (Maria). She recently lost her beloved husband of over 62 years, Fred, in February. She will be dearly missed by her grandchildren, Mark, Sacha, Rachel, Andrea, Jamie, Jacqueline, Shane and Kyle, and her new great grandchild, Jacob. Pat grew up in Edmonton, where she excelled at school and developed an early passion for music that stayed with her throughout her life. After high school graduation, Pat worked for the Edmonton Journal and during the War years she was active on the Home front as a volunteer. In 1948, she married Frederick Robert Mullen, a former high school friend she had tutored, beginning a lifelong partnership that took her to cities in the United States, Europe, Vancouver Island and Eastern Canada. The couple finally settled in North Vancouver over 40 years ago. While Pat embraced the West Coast, she never forgot her family and friends from the Prairies. She was an active member of the United Church of Canada wherever she lived. Pat will be most remembered for her unwavering commitment and support for her family, which she always put first. The family wishes to extend their sincere appreciation to the Kiwanis Care Centre in North Vancouver for caring for Pat in her final years. The Funeral Service will be held at 2:30 pm on July 24th, 2011 at Highlands United Church, 3255 Edgemont Blvd., North Vancouver. Reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer Society of BC.
November 22, 1936 ~ July 15, 2011 On 15th July, 2011 Buddy lost his battle with prostate cancer and died peacefully at his home in West Vancouver with his family by his side. Born in Ermelo, Holland on 22nd November 1936, he moved to Cape Town, South Africa in 1937. After graduating from St. Georges School in Cape Town he attended Ecole Hoteliere Lausanne in Switzerland, where he met the love of his life, Chantal. After marrying in London, England at age 19, they returned to Cape Town where they raised four children. Buddy passionately pursued his interests in spear ﬁshing, wreck diving, and ultimately sailing. With help from his many friends and family, he built his beloved Poudre D’or in the backyard in Clifton, launched at Royal Cape Yacht Club in 1976. In 1978 the family immigrated to Vancouver, where he rebuilt his successful life insurance advisor business and attained Five Star Master Builder status with Manulife Financial. Poudre D’or was sailed to Vancouver to join the family. Buddy continued racing Poudre D’or in Vancouver and was well recognized and liked as a competitor in the Vancouver sailing community. He was a great inﬂuence on many new and upcoming sailors who crewed with him over the years. When not racing, Buddy and Chantal enjoyed cruising with the family and later enjoyed the West Vancouver Yacht club outstation at Centre Bay on Gambier Island with his many grandchildren and their friends. Buddy was a lovely, ethical, genuine, kind, positive, optimistic, hard working and generous man who always saw the good side of people and loved life. Buddy was the patriarch of a very close family who all reside in West Vancouver/Bowen Island. Loved and missed by his wife of 55 years, Chantal, his two sisters in Holland (Maryke and Ingrid), his sister in law in Cape Town (Odile), his extended family in France, his children, Sean (Gesa), Maurice (Diane), Brita (Stuart) and Dominique (Gian Carlo), his 10 grandchildren, Danielle, Nicholas, Gabrielle, Craig, Bronwyn, Tristan, Meghan, Tania, Christian and Isabella, and his dog, Mocha. The family would like thank all those involved in Buddy’s battle with cancer including Doctors Gleave, Tyldesley, Chi and Hofmeyr. A memorial service will be held at St. Francis in the Woods, 4773 South Piccadilly St. West Vancouver, at 3pm on 28th July 2011 followed by a celebration of life at the West Vancouver Yacht Club, 5854 Marine Dr. at 4pm. In lieu of ﬂowers donations to the BC Cancer Clinic or Vancouver Symphony Orchestra would be appreciated.
WITT- Shirley Ann 1949 - 2011 On July 17, 2011, our beloved Shirley passed away peacefully, at North Shore Hospice, after a lengthy and courageous battle with breast cancer. She is survived by her loving husband of 20 years Allen Griffith: Sister Ruth Witt of Vancouver, BC; Aunt Hulda Klassen of Roswell, New Mexico; Nephews Jason Witt (Dora) of Grand Prairie, AB; Jeffery Witt (Jenny) of Quill Lake, SK; Scott Neill of Melbourne, Australia, and Niece Sandra Neill of Kamloops. She also has numerous cousins and cherished friends scattered around the globe. As Community Health Nurse, Shirley’s did work, initially in Burnaby, and then on North Shore. We wish to thank both the Oncology and North Shore Hospice staff for their kind and compassionate care. A memorial service for Shirley will be held at Christ Church Cathedral, 690 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC, at 2:00 PM on Friday, July 29, 2011 In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Callanish Society (www.callanish.org) in Shirley’s memory.
Margaret Pangman died peacefully at home in her sleep on July 14, 2011 at age 93. She is predeceased by her husband of 50 years, Doug, who passed away January 21,1995. Margaret is survived by her daughter,Susanne Hawkins and son-in-law, Lee, her grandsons Mark (wife Julie) and Shawn (wife Lisa) and her wonderful little great grandson, Jack Douglas Hawkins. Margaret was born in Louisburg,Nova Scotia and later moved to Halifax. She attended Dalhousie University but the war changed her plans. She worked as a secretary, then met her future husband, Doug, who was a lieutenant commander in the Canadian Navy. They married in 1944 and eventually moved to Vancouver where they made their home. They built their house in the Capilano Highlands in 1950 and lived their whole lives there.Margaret loved gardening, curling, her dogs and there were many neighborhood get togethers. Marg and Doug loved their yearly trips down south to Reno, Lake Tahoe, California and the Oregon Coast. They celebrated their 50th anniversary in 1994. Margaret developed Guillane Barre Syndrome in the late 1980s. She fought hard to manage this illness and was able to go on some well deserved holidays to Palm Springs, Reno and Alaska. At age 80 she amazed everyone by climbing onto a tiny float plane and soaring through the Misty Fjords of Alaska. The past few years she was confined to bed. Physically her body struggled but her mind was sharp to the end. She loved to watch the news, read magazines, anything to keep up with what was going on in the world. She had opinions on everything. She happily stayed up all night to watch the royal wedding. Her true love was her family. She loved the visits from us all and especially baby Jack. She was so very proud of her grandsons. We came to believe that she would always be there for us. And I guess she always will be. A thank you to all the care givers throughout the years who made it possible for Margaret to stay in the home she loved. Mees, Mieneke October 5, 1926 to July 16, 2011 Mieneke Mees, of West Vancouver, British Columbia passed away suddenly on Saturday, July 16, 2011 at Lion’s Gate Hospital in North Vancouver at the age of 84. Mieneke is survived by her son Marten Jan (Lynn), her daughter Adine (David), her brother Jan Willem (Jenny), and her sister Renee (Unico). Mieneke loved her grandchildren deeply and will be missed by Jacob, Uriah, Ambrose, Philip, Juliette and Sarah. A celebration of Mieneke’s life will be held at 3:00 PM on Sunday, July 24 at 2317 Inglewood Avenue, West Vancouver. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the West Vancouver Museum.
Pearson, David Michael (Mike) June 13, 1941 - July 15, 2011 Mike quietly passed away on July 15, 2011. He is survived by his wife, Yvonne, son, Doug (Aurora), grandson, Logan Michael, sister, Jean Millar (Hugh), and many nieces, nephews and cousins. A Celebration of Mike’s Life will be held at 2:00 pm on Tuesday, July 26 at First Memorial Funeral Home, 602 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC. Go to www.mem.com to share a memory. Donations to the Kidney Foundation in lieu of flowers.
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RITCHIE - Augustus “Hugh” (Sept. 24, 1919 – July 19, 2011) Hugh, affectionately called “Gussie” by his grandchildren, passed away July 19th at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Comox, with family by his side. He was born in Pincher Creek, Alberta, spent most of his childhood in Vancouver, and joined the war effort overseas, as a radar operator in the R.C.A.F. In London, he met his future wife Joan on his first leave, and married her on his last leave. After the war, he and Joan raised their family in North Vancouver and he worked as a pharmacist and manager for Cunninghams, and later owned and ran a very successful Shoppers Drug Mart franchise. When he retired in 1982, he and Joan moved to the Comox Valley. With his beloved Joanie at his side, Hugh was first and foremost an adventurer. They were trailblazers, traveling to Mexico long before it was in vogue and subsequently exploring all corners of the world. They owned several powerboats and loved to be on the water whether fishing, water-skiing, cruising, or swimming. Hugh was also an avid gardener, cribbage player, sports fan, wine maker, and champion table tennis player. He was a man of great principle, with a healthy sense of humility, and thus a role model to people from all occupations. He will be sadly missed by his wife Joan, his children Susan Jackson (Ron), John (Maureen), daughter-in-law Bonnie, and grandchildren Cara, Leanne (Jim Vassalo), Sharleen Jackson (Dennis Balogh), Mark Jackson (Jenny), Kyle, and Megan as well as many other family members and friends. He is predeceased by his son Steve. The family would like to thank Dr. Tancon and the staff at his clinic, as well as all the caring, wonderful professionals and volunteers at St. Joseph’s. There will be a small celebration of life in North Vancouver. For information call 604-313-7163. Those wishing to honour Hugh’s memory are encouraged to make a donation to the Canadian Red Cross or St. Joseph’s General Hospital Foundation.
SOUTHERN, Marjorie (Jerry) Anne Nov. 27, 1920 – July 9, 2011 Jerry passed away peacefully on July 9, 2011 surrounded by family at the age of 90 years at George Derby Center in Burnaby, BC. Jerry is predeceased by her husband Gil, grandson, Greg. Jerry will be lovingly remembered by her son Tom (Darlene), daughter Susan, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sister Gert, brother Sandy, nieces, nephews and friends. Tom would like to thank all the staff on South Main at George Derby Center for all the loving tender care that his mother received over the years that she was there. There will be no service held at her request.
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Adults with physical and mental disabilities face housing issues even greater than the average person. Thompson Community Services’ mission is to help meet those needs. For more than 20 years, Thompson has met the housing and personal needs of people with a range of disabilities. Now we’re hoping we can ﬁnd individuals in the Vancouver and North Vancouver areas, who can help us continue that tradition of services. Our clients have a variety of needs, but most simply need a home where people will care about them. They require supervision and need the support and stability that comes from living in a home. What they really need is someone to care, just as Thompson Community Services has cared. We are seeking female caregivers, who have extensive experience and knowledge around supporting individuals with mental health conditions. If you have extra room in your home, and want to take on one of the most rewarding challenges you’ll ever face, we’ll be happy to give you more information. Please send your resume to Attention: Liz MacDonald at: Thompson Community Services Fax: 604-275-1156 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: thompsoncommunityservices.com
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Park Shore BMW has a permanent full time position in the parts department. The successful applicant must be energetic, personable and have a clean driving record. The job requires some heavy lifting. Basic knowledge of car parts required. Drop off your resume together with a copy of your driver’s abstract to: Park Shore BMW, 835 Automall Drive, North Vancouver.
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Some great kids aged 12 to 18 who need a stable, caring home for a few months. Are you looking for the opportunity to do meaningful, fulﬁlling work? PLEA Community Services is looking for qualiﬁed applicants who can provide care for youth in their home on a full-time basis or on weekends for respite. Training, support and remuneration are provided. Funding is available for modiﬁcations to better equip your home. A child at risk is waiting for an open door. Make it yours.
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West Van -Horseshoe Bay Estate Sale! Sat and Sun 8am - 6pm 6344 Douglas St Collectibles, toys, lots of camping gear, household, tools, hoards & so much more!
WEST VAN MOVING/DOWNSIZING Sun July 24th 9-4pm 332 Moyne Drive (British Properties) Collectibles, sofas etc, washer, dryer, fridge, stove, yard garden stuff, too much to list! Indoors rain or shine No earlies!!!
Moving After 40 Years! Sat. July 23rd 9am - 1pm 865 Inglewood Ave. Pickers Delight!
North Vancouver 2118 Jones Avenue, Sunday July 24, 9 AM - 1PM Garage/moving/multi family sale. Clothes/toys/furniture/knicknacks/ DVDs/Books etc Rain or Shine. NORTH VAN. - NORGATE GARAGE SALE 1345 Cottonwood Cres, SAT, JULY 23 9-12 Small round mexican table with 2 chairs, bookshelves, freezer, toddler clothes, household and construction material. Rain or Shine
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N. Vanc. Pemberton Heights Multi Family Sale! Sun. July 24th 10am - 3pm 2280 Lloyd Ave Furniture, household items, clothes & much more!
West Vancouver MOVING/GARAGE SALE Sat. & Sun. July 23 + 24 8am-2pm 2322 Jefferson Ave Furn, household misc, decor, kids stuff, speakers, bikes & sporting goods. Tons of great stuff.
NORTH VAN Saturday, 9-Noon 5356 Ranger Ave (Canyon Heights) twin bed, PS2 games, furniture & misc bric-a-brac
WEST VAN Garage Sale Sat July 23rd 9-1pm 1785- 27th St. West Van Antique furniture, art, decorator household items, ladies designer clothing, jewlery, Libery and Chintz items and more!
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NORTH VAN Moving Sale Sun July 24th 8:30-1pm 3137 Sunnyhurst Rd Exc Stuff must come & see! Couch, table, recliner, household stuff, outdoor stuff, tools, books, cd’s. more!!
North Vanc. Upper Lonsdale Garage Sale! Sun July 24th, 9am - 12 noon 187West Windsor Rd. (in Lane) Kids toys, clothes, computer items, & misc. household & some free stuff NORTH VAN YARD SALE Sat July 23 9am - 2pm 353 West 27th St. Household items Galore! Lots of pottery, potters kick wheel, etc.
NORTH VAN MOVING SALE Sunday, July 24th 9am - 1pm No early birds #3 - 237 W 16th St Childrens toys & clothes, reno material, tools & more! BABY & TODDLER SALE Saturday July 23rd 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM 3673 Mountain Hwy. North Vancouver Baby and Toddlers items. Tons of girl’s clothing newborn to size 3. Many high end brands. All in great condition. Toys and baby items. Rain or Shine.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Notice is Hereby Given that Creditors and others, having claims against the Estate of: Dorothy Edna Mae Hislop (Deceased) 4379 Glencanyon Drive, North Vancouver, BC. Who died on October 22, 2010, are hereby required to send the particulars thereof to the undersigned Executor. CAROLE FRANCIS LAMB C/o David H. Stoller Barrister & Solicitor 801-100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver, BC, V7T1A2. on or before September 6, 2011, after which date the Estate’s assets will be distributed, having regard only to the claims that have been received. CAROLE FRANCIS LAMB, Executor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re:The estate of Harald Karl Schetzler, otherwise known as Harold Schnetzler and Harro Schnetzler, deceased, formerly of 506 East 19th Street, North Vancouver, British Columbia, V7L 2Z8. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Harald Karl Schetzler are hereby notified under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the executor, Michael V. Barnard at 201 - 145 East 15th Street, North Vancouver, B.C., on or before September 9, 2011, after which date the executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the executor then has notice. NOTICE Is hereby given that on August 7th, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. at 219 Mackay Rd. North Vancouver, B.C., the undersigned, Advanced Storage Centres will sell at Public Auction, by competitive bidding, the personal property heretofore stored with the undersigned. Name....... Oceanvision Systems Inc. President Terry McLeod...... Unit # 0793
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North Vancouver MOVING SALE! Sat. July 23rd & Sun. July 24th 10am - 3pm. 603 - 172 E 2nd St. Buzzer -036 large upright freezer, clothes, small appls. furn. misc. household & dishes
DOLLARTON HWY FUNDRAISER Sun July 24th 10-3:30 3000 Alder Court Lots of great stuff - something for everyone! All proceeds to Weekend to End Woman’s Cancers
NORTH Vancouver 1503 Norton Court Moving Sale Sat. July 23 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Sun. July 24 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Furniture, Household Items, Sporting Goods, Sports Clothing, Bicycles, Books, Games and Toys Rain or Shine
HUGE DOWNSIZING Garage Sale
Saturday, July 23 9am-12noon 1955 Eastleigh Lane Plants, toys, fancy hats, and lots of stuff.
Sat + Sun, July 23 + 24 10am-3pm 974 HARTFORD PL Furn, kitchen, electronics, kids, clothes. sports, Unbelievable Prices!!!!
COME ON DOWN BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN - ‘NO JUNK’ 1910 Chesterfield 9am - 3pm Sat, July 23rd
Lane Sale! Sat. July 23rd 9am - 12 noon. 300 Block East 10th in Lane. Something for everyone. Great Prices
NORTH VAN ★ MEGA★ MOVING SALE Sat & Sun 9 - 4pm 426 E. 3rd St. No earlies pls!! Everything you could imagine, lrg furniture pieces, household, decor, arts & crafts,womens clothes, french & music books, etc. North Van Multi Family Moving Sale Undercover & Indoors Sun/Sun July 23rd & 24th 10am-4pm 3430 St. Andrews Ave @ Osborne Furniture, cookware, clothing, sportswear, sports gear, router, contruction ETC EVERYTHING MUST GO FREE GIVEAWAYS!!
NORTH VAN DAYCARE SALE SAT &SUN 8- noon 1138 Grand Blvd. Kids bikes, puzzles, lots of toys, kitchen sets, wagon, ride on toys, lots of books, and much much more!
West Van, Moving Sale 1750 Queens Avenue Saturday July 23 and Sunday July 24, 10:00am-4:00pm, Everything most go. Leather Couches and Recliner Chair, Sofa Beds, Coffee Tables, Dining and Kitchen Table, Bookshelf and Lots of Miscellaneous Household Items. Rain or Shine.
Friday, July 2011 - NorthShore ShoreNews News–- A37 A37 Friday, July 22,22, 2011 – North
DOWNSIZING/ GARAGE SALE
Sat., July 23, 9am-2pm 254 East 20th St. (back lane) housewares, books, kitchen, sports, Rain or Shine! North Vancouver, 633 East 5th Street Moving Sale Saturday July 23, 9:00AM-1:00PM Glass Table and set of 4 chairs, book cases, CD’s, baby clothes and much much more. Rain or Shine. West Vancouver 210 Whonoak Road Yard Sale Saturday July 23, 9AM - 4PM, ONE DAY ONLY! - 4 Family Sale, New/Used, Native Art (For sale of Products After Sale 604 980-2443)
Sunday, July 24th 10am-3pm 425 East 2nd Street Infant/toddler clothes/gear, kids stuff, DVD’s, books, misc household, sm. furniture North Van DOWNSIZING/GARAGE SALE Saturday & Sunday July 23 + 24, 10am-4pm 1194 Brockton Place Patio furniture, Burton snowboard, car carrier, mini fridge, sound craft 8chan mixer + case, bikes, hockey gear, clothes, HH items etc. North Vancouver
Moving Sale! Sat. July 23rd & Sun. July 24th 10am - 2pm 349 - 11th St. East Lamps, furn, dishes clothes lots of kids toys, books & clothes
North Vancouver 1542 Westover Rd. GARAGE SALE Saturday July 23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Moving sale. Garden tools, great kitchen stuff including full set of dishes, decorative home items, office supplies. Lots of good stuff that we just don’t have room for in our new place. No reasonable offer will be refused. No early birdies please Rain or Shine.
RONDOVAL Cres. No house # - Look for the Signs Huge Garage Sale including the Contents of 6 Abandoned Storage Lockers! (Just Like You See on TV) Sat July 23, 9AM - 4PM Sun July 24, 9AM - 4PM Rain or Shine / No Earlybirds If you go to one Garage Sale all weekend this is the one to go to! North Vancouver 1245 Dyck Road, Moving Sale Saturday July 23, 10AM - 1PM, Downsizing, everything must go. Household items, furniture, etc. Rain or Shine.
GARAGE Sale North Van 4599 Mapleridge Drive Saturday July 23, 9:00AM-12:00PM, Baby items, home decor Rain or Shine. 333 E. 6TH STREET, North Van (In the BackLane) HUGE DOWNSIZING SALE! Saturday July 23, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Dining table w/chairs, bdrm furn, sofa, children books/clothes/ toys, household items & much more. Don’t miss out!
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Apartments & Condos
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2 BR bright spacious, top flr, central Lonsdale, quiet well kept bldg. ns, np, avail Aug 1. $1199 incl heat/hw, prkg. 604-904-7545 2 BR + den bsmt suite, new house, Canyon Heights and Handsworth area. All app’s including w/d, dw, garb, full bath and separate entrance. NS, NP $1,400 including TV, Internet and util. Avail 1 Aug, 778-338-3270. ★ A QUIET BLDG - ★ Aug. 1. 1 Brs 1st flr (not ground) south $910: 2nd flr. south $920: 3rd flr. (top) north $940; Rental Bonus! Carpets, drapes, heat, hw. Gated prkg. No dogs. 604-986-7745 Beautiful Large Suites 1 BR $915 renovated.2 BR from $1235. Avail now. Heat, h/w, prkg. Lease 604-986-3866
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Houses - Sale
Sell your home, only $99. 604-574-5243 Aldergrove updated 2400sf 7br 3ba, suite, private lot $499K 778-668-2847 id5386 Delta Price Reduced studio condo, 19+ complex, pool, park, $94,900 597-8361 id4714 Langley Senior’s Bargain 1000sf 2br 1ba up level tnhse, 55+ $165K 532-1772 id5371 Langley Immaculate 1180sf 3br 1.5ba townhome, pool, $234,900 532-4357 id5374 Squamish Resort Living 650sf 1br condo concrete bldg, view $300K 808-9288 id5397 Sry Price Reduced Royal Hts, near new 3900sf 8br 6ba, view $670K 537-5952 id5290 Sry Fleetwood 1800sf 3br+den 2.5ba gated townhouse $382K 778-968-6672 id5399
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Apartments & Condos
North Van Apt. Rentals
2BDRM, Lonsdale & West 19th Street, North Vancouver, Renovated suite, clean quiet small bldg, no pets. Now. $1,300. 604-904-4420
110 E. Keith Rd. Great location, park like setting, sauna, indoor pool. ★ Bach $875. ★1 BR. $1040 Views, Storage. Parking avail. NP 604-988-7379 www.glassmanpm.com
RAVENWOODS 2 br,2 bath, 4th flr crnr, as new, best view, lrg deck, smdog ok, no cat,Sept 1st/ $1,800 incl. Refs 604-690-9100
1 BR $945up Bach renod, $780. heat & h/w incl’d, close to bus and shopping. Clean & Quiet, u/g prkg. on site laundry. 1 cat ok, some renos include granite, laminate flrs. & new paint. No Smoking! 604-980-9219
THE OXFORD - 165 East 6th St. 1 BR, 3rd flr, Heat & h/w incl. Gated prkg. Sorry no pets. n/s. 604-987-5844
CEDAR MANOR- 257 E. 12th St. A 1 bdrm avail. Great location, nr hospital, shops, well maint bldg. N/P, N/S please. 604-988-7771
TUCKTON PLACE 1520 Chesterfield 1 BR $940, Wkdays 990-2971 Wkends 778-340-7406
CENTRAL & LOWER Lonsdale renov’d/bright w/view,1 br $850 up, 2 br $1150 up, 3 br $1800 up 604-725-4873 . 604-715-6310
GIVE YOURSELF THE BEST! 1 BR & Den large & bright condo in sought after E. 3rd St & Lonsdale. Water views, newly reno’d, insuite laundry, d/w, prkg & storage, fireplace (furnished optional). $1450. Avail now. Call Julia 604-351-1180 or email@example.com
GREAT LOCATION! 145 West Keith Road.
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North Van Apt. Rentals
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Bachelor 2 BR starting at $1450 Avail Now. Ocean view. Indoor pool. Concrete bldg. Heat & Hot Water incls. Call 604-986-3356 KENMORE MANOR 140 East 17th St. A bright 1 bdrm Available. Heat & h/w incl. N/S, No Pets. 604-980-4554
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Apartments & Condos
Houses - Sale Vancouver East Side
Lots & Acreage
BUILDER LOOKING for double lot or tear down in North or West Van. Listbacks 778-891-1474
EXCEPTIONAL LAKEVIEW Lots from $150,000. Owner wants to retire. Will carry financing. 1-250-558-7888 www.orlandoprojects.com
Real Estate Wanted
Real Estate Wanted Investor looking for, Houses, Townhomes, Condos Call Calum 604-532-1923 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WOODCROFT, big 2 br, 1 1/2 ba, 2 balc, bright, rec facility, n/s, n/p. $1350 incl utils. 604-813-7312.
West Van Apt. Rentals
1 BR corner north west, $1075 inclds, heat, hw, cable, prkg, np, 1765 Duchess, 604-377-0492 DUCHESS 590 - 17th St 1 Br d/w, n/p, n/s. Avail Aug 1st. By appt. 604-922-8741
Apartments & Condos
West Van Apt. Rentals
AMBLESIDE TOWER Studio & 1 BR’s avail. Excellent views, rents incl. heat & h/w. Tennis courts, indoor pool, saunas, exercise & games rooms on premises. Walk to beach & shops. No Pets. 1552 Esquimalt . 604-922-8443
1550 Duchess Ave, W. Van. Studio & 1 Br Move-in Bonus Fitness rm out door pool, nr shops, transit & Seawall. 1 yr lease, N/pets. Heat, hw incl’d. Member of Crime Free Multi-Housing Program. 604-922-4322 Luxury Over The Seawall! Bach & 1 BR pool rec. rm, pet ok 2190 Bellevue Ave 604-926-6287
Park Royal Towers Completely Renovated
1 & 2 Bdrm Suites 1BR (700-770 sq.ft.) 2 BR (1070 sq. ft.)
Spectacular Views, Walk to Shops & Transit Hardwood Floors Pool Rent includes all utilities.
604-922-3246 935 Marine Drive
THE EDWARDIAN 1330 Clyde Ave. Avail July 1st. 1 bdrm $1290. View. N/S No pets. For appt 604-926-3741
Other Areas Apt. Rentals
WHISTLER, Alta Lake, waterfront, 1 br, shrd wd, prkg, furn, fp, ns, np, $1300. Sept 1 604-202-4809 email@example.com
Duplexes - Rent
Avail now - some construction next door & reduced rent until Aug. 31st. 1800sf, 3 Bdrm, master, ensuite w/double jetted tub, Vancouver city & water view, walk-in closet, back yard with huge deck & huge trees, $2850/mth. Refs req’d. 406 E. 4th St. By Appt only. 604-984-2030 Request pictures @ firstname.lastname@example.org
A SHORT STAY Renos, family, execs, 1, 2 br p/house 604-987-2691
HOMAWAY INNS Specializing in furn accom at reas rates. call 604-723-7820 or visit www.homawayinns.com
Houses - Rent
2 BDRM COZY COTTAGE with bsmt, Gleneagles, West Van, f/p, $1990, Aug. 1. 604-925-1728 3-4 BR. old charmer, Upper Lonsdale, fp, bsmt, large deck, yard, appls, avail mid Aug. $2250, NS, refs. 604-980-4101 CENTRAL LONSDALE 3 br + office + den, frnt/back decks, hw flr, wd, lrg yrd $1900 604-725-4873
DUNDRAVE , 5BR,4.5ba,10y old,3level,Aug1, Small Pets OK $5,950 Monthly Call: (604) 764-6145
1 ROOM, nr Save-on/Marine Dr. own entry, wd, Aug. 1, $460, 604-988-0624 or 778-688-4846 BEDROOM ($600) or den ($450) avail in Apt to rent. incl utils/heat, Aug1 Suits student 778-829-4020
1 BR +den, fp, furn. garden level large outdoor patio, 5 appls, share wd, Dollarton area, ns, np, $1500/mo incls. 604-929-1495
HOME SERVICES Carpentry
KONA HAWAIIAN • Time Share 2 wks 1 year & 1 wk the next. A deal @ $6000 for both! Call ★ 604-583-5377
ROYAL STEAM CLEANING Carpet, Upholstery, Auto (Int), walls & windows 604-765-8054
Maids 'R' US
Excellent Home Cleaning! ★Best Rates/Prices ★Residential & Commercial ★Excellent References 25 Years Experience 604 808-0212 $18/HR. Quality House cleaning. 604-983-3477 www.qualityhc.com EUROPEAN CLEANING Service. 15 yrs experience, excellent refs. Call Ivana 604-987-9290 EUROPEAN QUALITY Housecleaning, reliable, exp , ref’s avail, also Move In or Out, 604 760-7702
CONCRETE FORMING & framing. Small/big jobs. 20 years exp. 604-562-1122 N.C.B. CONCRETE LTD. Specializing in residential concrete. Repair, removal and new installation. Patio specialists. 604-988-9523, 604-988-9495
DRAIN TILES & WATER LINES Without Digging a Trench 604-985-4000
ACE DRYWALL. Avail immed. Board, tape, spraytex, repairs. 16 yr exp. No job too small. Mike 604-808-2432, 604-985-4321 AFFORDABLE, Reliable, Quality Guaranteed. Boarding, Taping, Spraytex. Dave 604-984-7476 *Drywall * Taping * Texture * Stucco*Painting * Steel stud framing Quality Home 604-725-8925 VINCE’S MAGIC Drywalling & textured ceiling repairs. Bonded 604-307-2295 / 778-340-5208
HOME SERVICES Find the professionals you need to create the perfect renovation.
to advertise call
1 BR renod, grd lvl, Ctrl Lonsdale, wood flr, own heat, alarm $900+1/3 util, immed 985-3243 2 BDRM a spacious Blueridge lower level, dw, fp, full bath, large yard, shed, patio for bbq, ns, np, $1340. 604-913-3109 2 BDRM bsmt, Blueridge, suits 2 people, near bus, $1000 incl utils. ns, np, Immed, 604-985-2485 2 BDRM + den, view, gas f/p, inste w/d, nr bus, $1400 + 1/3 utils. incl net/cable. 604-913-8106 2 BR, British Prop. reno’d, spacious, all appls. sunny, deck, avail now, $1400, ns, 604-780-8064 2 BR full bath, sxs duplex, f/p, $1,600, 1 prkg, quiet residential nr Seabus lrg front yrd, 4 appl, Aug. 1st Call Mara 778-846-5317
2 BR newer bsmt suite, $1200 np, wd, W. Queens Rd. & Lonsdale, 604-986-6445 or 604-785-5106 3 BR, 2 bath, Blueridge area, f/p, all appls, own w/d, ns np, avail now $1450. 778-709-5925 3 BR top flr, 2 ba, 5 appls, laminate $1750 + 60% util. 2 BR laminate $1200 + 40% util, Lynn Valley, np, immed 604-980-5689
1BDRM/1BTH UPPER LONSDALE Lge bsmnt ste in new home, quiet area near transit, prte ent, full bath, f/p, n/s, n/p, suitable for one person. $900/mth Call: (604) 209-8837 1BDRM/1BTH 3890 Loraine Ave. New 1 bdrm, includes all utilities and alarm. NS, NP and no pets please. Availlable now. Call: (604) 341-4809 SPACIOUS BRIGHT grnd lvl ste, 2 br + den, inste ldry, gas fp, np, ns, Delbrook area, $1600 + %util. avail Sept 1. 604-904-5197
2 BR, large, nr Edgemont, 2 level, by stream, 1.5 bath, 5appls, fp ns, avail immed. 604-922-9400
DECKS BY DALE Specializing in cedar decks, new, repair & reno. 30 yrs exp. WCB 604-984-6997
SUN JULY 24, 2-4pm, 7725 Prince Albert St, E Van NO HST 1 year old, 3 level, 3 BR + 2 suites Mala, Sutton 778-859-4458
WOODCROFT. 2BR. $1500, 1 Br. $900. both incld heat, newly renod & appls, ns, np, Sept 1. 1-250-769-6992 or 250-808-1721
WOODCROFT 1BR. ns, np, full reno, dw, pool, gym, $1,050 incl heat/hydro Immed. 604-925-1036
2 BR townhouse avail. 5 applis. 1.5 baths, variable lease term. Ns/np. Rent $1450. To view call 604-986-0511
GOOD NEIGHBOUR Fencing & Decking Cedar, Chain link, Repairs Reasonable rates. 604-987-4522
BRINGING you a brighter future! Please visit us at www.TCAelectric.ca
DELBROOK Electric Ltd
Specializing in: • Panel upgrades • Rewiring older homes • Renovations
Bonded, Insured, References Cell: 778-772-1834 604-985-1193
NORTH SHORE FENCES Quality work by professionals Repairs and construction Call 604-230-3559
Hardwood Floor Refinishing Repairs & Staining Installation Free Estimates
Century Hardwood Floors 604-376-7224 www.centuryhardwood.com
# 1167 LIC. $25 service charge. Bonded. BBB, lrg & sm jobs, expert trouble shooter. 617-1774 A LICENSED electrician #19807 semi-retired, small jobs only. 604-689-1747 pgr 604-686-2319 ALL YOUR electrical & reno needs. Lic’d electrician #37940. Bonded & insured 604-842-5276 ALP ELECTRIC #89724 Low price, small job ok. Free ests Satisfaction guar 604-765-3329 YOUR ELECTRICIAN $29 service call. Insured. Lic # 89402. Fast same day service guar’d. We love small jobs! 604-568-1899
Aussie Excavations. Same day quote, Retaining walls, drainage, all types jobs Tim 778-322-3002
Golden Hardwood & Laminate Prof install, refinishing, sanding, and repairs. 778-858-7263 INSTALLATION REFINISHING, Sanding. Free est, great prices. Satisfaction guar. 604-518-7508
Installed • Cleaned • Repaired
North Shore Gutters. Sales & Install 5’’ continuous gutter, minor repairs, cleaning. 604-988-5294
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HOME SERVICES 8130
Complete Home Maint./Repairs Certiﬁed Trained Pros. For that small job. Rates you can afford. RJR Small Projects Division Part of RJR group
604-202-6118 Home & Garden Handyman - Indoor/outdoor cleanup etc - Rubbish Removal
- 7 days/week. - Odd Jobs North Shore Do All Services.
Lawn & Garden
A. ALL AREA Gardening Service
• Lawns • Gardening • Trimming • Hedging • Pruning • Trees • Clean-up & More — Binder —
604.726.9153 604.926.1526 2011 Special incl aeration, moss control & fertilizer - all for $95 All Area Gardening 604-926-1526 /604-726-9153
ALL HOME REPAIRS semiretired master carpenter. Kitchen, stairs, sundecks, etc. All work guar. Karl 604-985-5144 FRIENDLY, Professional, Crown mouldings, baseboard, casings rough framing. 604-980-0575
CHULA VISTA LANDSCAPING General Carpentry & More Concrete forms • Stone work Retaining walls • Reno’s Decks • Tiles Drywall • Power washing chulavistalandscaping.ca 604-710-9837
ENGLISH LAWNS Award Of Excellence NEED A GREAT NEW LAWN?
Total Landscaping Call 604-929-7732 www.englishlawns.com
PACIFIC LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION LTD. Custom Landscape Installs Paving Stones & Walls, Drainage & Grading, Irrigation & Lighting, New Lawn Installs, Outdoor Kitchens
A Landscape & Maintenance Co. Free estimates 604-926-0014 www.westpac-contracting.com
Able Boys Landscaping Ltd. bobcat/lawn/cedar fence/paving stones, trim trees. 604-377-3107 GREAT CANADIAN LAWNS New lawns & repairs, lawn mtce, landscaping, lighting, patios 604-924-LAWN (5296) Greenworx Redevelopment Inc. Hedges, Pavers, Ponds & Walls, Returfing, Demos, Drainage, Jackhammering. Old Pools Filled in. 604 782-4322
Lawn Equipment Repair
CLYDE SMALL MOTORS Lawn & garden equipment. Sales, service & rentals. 604-926-2120
Lawn & Garden
A.A. BEST PRO
GARDEN SERVICES LTD. Lawn Maintenance, General Clean-Up, Power Raking, Moss Control, Aerating. Trim, Top, Prune. All types of lawn & garden applications. Free Est.
604-726-9152 604-984-1988 Garden Services
Certiﬁed Horticulturists Design • Planting • Maintenance Spring Clean-ups. Call Scott. www.KatsuraLandscaping.ca
A. A. Allwest Garden Service Lawn maint, general cleanup, power raking, moss control, etc. CALL SUKH free est. 604-716-8479604-726-9152 All your gardening needs. LIONS GATE Landscaping Ltd. Spring clean-up 604-788-9687
Serafina Garden Services Maintenance, design, organic reassonable rates. 604-984-4433 $22. LAWN CUTS based on 2000 sqft. We also offer a full array of services. www.seymourlawnmaint.ca or call 604-990-1252 GREAT LOOKING Landscapes Full service landscape & garden maint. Call Dave: 604-764-7220 GREENER IMAGE IRRIGATION Installations, startups, repairs, winterization. 604-616-6258 JB GARDEN SERVICE Hedges, trimming & cleanups, weeding. Call Terry 604-354-6649 JO VANHALTEREN Lawn Care Maintenance Hedge Trimming 604-988-6222 Jo
EXP. GARDENER Weeding, pruning, lawns, cleanup, topsoil, mulch & more. James (778) 839-6254 Ny Ton Gardening new lawn & yard, trimming, shrubs, hedging, pruning & topping, 604-782-5288 PRUNING & YARD CLEAN-UP, mtnce, power rake, power wash hedges. Russel, 604-761-0830
North Shore Do all Services Any or all, big or small. int./ext. Free Est. Michael 778-868-5079
Moving & Storage
CROWN MOUNTAIN MOVERS For All Your Moving Needs!
ALLSTAR PAINTING Quality Work You Can Trust! Interior & Exterior ★ UNBEATABLE PRICES ★ Free Est. / Written Guarantee
Fully Insured 20 years experience Call 604Free Estimates INTERIOR & EXTERIOR SPECIALS
Professional Painting Services Interior • Exterior Commercial• Residential Consulting • Advices 604.716.9527 email@example.com
ALLEN ASPHALT concrete, brick, drains, foundations, walls, membranes 604-618-2304/ 820-2187
NO OVERTIME BEST RATES Call Today for Your Free Quote
West Coast Colour Pro Painting Interior-Exterior Top Quality, Professional Work Free Estimates
Licensed, Bonded & Insured
★ 3 Licensed Plumbers ★ 66 years of exp. 604-830-6617 www.oceansidemechanical.com
Excellent Pro Painting Service 20 yrs exp, refs, warranty. Reas, res/comm Richard 604-618-0205
Water Lines (without Digging) Sewer Lines (without Diggging) Install. Draintiles. 604-985-4000 LOCAL PLUMBER - Licensed, insured,GASFITTING, renos, Repairs. VISA 604-929-6956
QUICK RESPONSE Painting & Pressure Washing. 25 yrs exp. 604-551-4267 or 604-987-8159
SAVE ON PLUMBING! Licenced Plumber/Gas fitter, $68/HR. Same
TRITON PAINTING. Large or small jobs. Quality guar. Est 1994 Int/ ext, Res/comm Mike, 604-366-4270
day service. 604-987-7473 Samy
NORTH SHORE HOME SERVICES LTD
•Power Washing • Window Cleaning • Gutter Cleaning
Serving the North Shore since 1963
604-773-4549 - Driveways, walkways, etc. Get rid of that moss & mess around your home or work.
Renovations & Home Improvement
TOTAL HOME RENOVATIONS Since 1983
FROM DESIGN TO FINISH
CROWN MOUNTAIN MOVERS For All Your Moving Needs! 778-872-7696.. 778-87CROWN
Specialties Include: Kitchen & Bath Improvements We Also Do: • Roofing • Sundecks • Door & Window Replacements
Men with truck for moving, rubbish removal, recycling, deliveries etc. Good rates. 604-925-3186
NORTH VAN MOVER Local & long distance. 778-340-6678 www.northvanmover.com
Call 604-630-3300 to place your ad
Complete Additions & Renos Kitchens & Baths Finishing & Restoration Work Licensed – WCB – Insured Bernie cell 604-644-4171
ABBA RENOVATION carpentry, plumbing, wiring, painting, tiling. Work guar, Refs. (604)805-8463/ 986-4026 BAMFORD CONSTRUCTION Ltd. Quality Renos & Repairs. 604-986-2871 www.bamford.ca
WWW.RENORITE.COM Bath, Kitchen, Suites & More Save Your Dollars 778-317-1256
P.N.M. ROOFING All aspects of roofing, 30 yrs exp. Free est. 778-737-9869, cell 604-600-2570
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A Vancouver Leak Specialist Repairs & Leaks start from $150 Licensed & WCB. 604-779-4339 CURTIS JOHN ROOFING (since 1978) Roof tune-up from $149. 24 hr repair. 604-985-1913 JORGENSEN ROOFING 3 Generations since 1945! Specializing in Residential Roofs REECE • 604-518-7278
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A RESPONSIBLE NORTH VAN MAN with truck ONLY $25 + dump charges 604-377-3175 ACKER’S Rubbish Removal pick-up & deliveries. Quick. 7 day Fast / reliable. Spencer 924-1511 BELL MINI BINS 604-922-5101 Small or large household jobs & Mini bin service. 7 days a week Fast ★ inexpensive ★ reliable. DISPOSAL BINS: Starting at $99 + dump fees. Call 604-306-8599 www.disposalking.com ROD’S RUBBISH REMOVAL Prompt, reliable, reasonable. 7 days/week. Rod 604-985-7193
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PACIFIC RIM PLUMBING & HEATING. A North Shore Co. 604-240-1942 Get 10% off with this ad
★ STAFFORD & SON ★ Interior/Exterior. Top quality work. Reasonable rates. 604-809-3842
All types of Rooﬁng Over 35 Years in Business Call now for Free Estimates
PLUMBING & DRAINAGE
Interior painting, wallpaper Quality service, with a smile! Call Arlene...604-980-0575
RONALDO PAINTING (1981) Insured, WCB, Licensed. Quality Like Masters. 778-881-6478
BUDGET PLUMBING, No travel charge, No hidden fees. Guaranteed. Reasonable. 604-726-0474
ARMONIA PAINTING & RENOS Insured - WCB - Licensed. 604-708-8928
BATHROOM RENOVATIONS and tiling. Call 604-961-1269 firstname.lastname@example.org
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A CLEAN PAINT JOB. Quality 1 room from $167. Int-ext, WCB 22 yrs exp. Cell: 604-727-2700
Water Leaks, Structural Repairs, Strata Maintanence, Exteriors, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Additions, Restoration Work & more! Quality Work, Professional Service
finishing flooring, decks, fences, tiles, drywall, paint. Mark 761-7745
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Renovations & Home Improvement
ABBA MOVERS bsmt clean 1-4 ton Lic, ins’d from $35/hr, 2 men $45 hr honest 26 yrs est 506-7576.
ALL-PRO TANK REMOVAL & Detection Best Price Guaranteed Free Est 778-223-8265
• Build & Rebuild – waterproof decks • Specialize in seamless polyurethane membrane deck coatings • Sundecks – Balconies – Patios
Central Decking Co.
• Interior/Exterior • Professional • Reliable • North Shore company since 2001
Oil Tank Removal
GALLERY PAINTING & Consultant LTD
Pianos Flat Rate Estimates Free Experience Priceless
All Renovations & Additions, Ins. Quality Work
30 yrs exp. email@example.com
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2000 CHEVY Cavalier Sedan super clean. Low kms & a/c’d. Grt car at super low price. BCAA inspected $3,560. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk 12240 2007 CHEV Aveo LS 4d H/B. Grt kms,no acc’d. Fully inspected, clean front wheel drive, grt gas mileage $6,980 Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk 12246
#1 FREE Scrap Vehicle Removal Ask about $500 Credit!!! $$ PAID for Some 604.683.2200
778.865.5454 CASH FOR ALL VEHICLES FREE TOWING QUICK SERVICE ALWAYS AVAILABLE
THE SCRAPPER 2005 Pontiac G6 145k, $5500 obo. V6 Auto, Red ext, Black cloth int., PW, PM, CD, very clean, good tires/brakes, mechanically perfect. Call (778) 549-6743. S.Surrey.
’07 DODGE Ram 1500 SLT quad cab 4WD (12000) low kms, clean local lease no acc’ds. BCAA inspected. $21,960 Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk 12000
1996 FORD F150 ext cab, straight 6, 5 spd, +winter tires, $2,000 obo runs grt, 604-316-9561
1993 VW diesel camperized van, 5 spd, 276,587 kms, 46 km per gallon, $9900. 604-792-9049 or 604-316-8653
1999 TOYOTA Sienna LE Minivan. Original owner, 250K mostly hwy. Grt cond. Runs great. A/c’d till March 2013 Hidden hitch. $3,900 OBO. 604-882-0039.
1979 SKYLARK trailer, 18.5 ft, good cond, F/S, bath/shower, orig owner. $4500 obo. 604-291-2090
2005 29FT JaycoTrailer. like new, Awning, storage, slide, ac, $14,000obo in Chilliwack, used once.. 604-997-9201 20FT TRAILOR, top cond, slps 4, a/c, dbl gazed windows, furnace, loaded $4,000 obo 604-325-8304
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1998 DODGE Neon $2500 obo Very Clean AC, PS, PB, good tires, 604-802-2344
2008 F-350 LARIAT S/C 4WD LWB (DVD) No acc’d, loaded Clean in/ out. BCAA inspected & Carproof $28,960. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk12172
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THE new Chrysler 200, replacing the outgoing Sebring, is a smooth riding mid-size sedan that offers a lot of elegance, room and comfort at an affordable price.
Even the base LX edition of the 200 comes with a very good equipment package that includes a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, four-wheel disc brakes with an anti-lock system, remote keyless entry with a security alarm, power windows, locks and mirrors (heated) and air conditioning. The looks “What’s that classy looking new car you’ve got?” was my wife’s uncoaxed ﬁrst impression after seeing it in the driveway. She also loved the ﬁnish and colour (a Blackberry Pearl Coat), which is a very dark metallic blue that looked black in low light conditions. The new styling is a major change in direction from last year’s Sebring, yet it was cleverly done without changing the doors or the main cabin, which helped keep costs in line. The all-new front and rear, however, give it a completely different look. Up front there’s a new grille, hood, fenders, headlights, driving lights, bumper and air intakes. Chrome is in again these days and you’ll ﬁnd lots of it on the 200, even on the mirrors and door handles. The
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David Chao and Bob McHugh Contributing Writers
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AN elegant mid-sized sedan with a supple suspension, the new Chrysler 200 offers a roomy interior and comes with a very affordable price tag.
Available in both sedan and convertible models, it replaces the outgoing Chrysler Sebring. In the completely revised Chrysler product line, the front-wheel drive 200 ﬁts below the rear-drive Chrysler 300 in both size and price, as its name would suggest. It competes in a highly competitive market sector that includes such well-known nameplates as Ford Fusion, Chevrolet Malibu, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Toyota Camry. The transformation from Sebring to 200 was done in less than a year, which is a remarkable achievement in itself and one that should get the designers and engineers behind the new car huge credit. What’s even more impressive is that it was done with fewer people and the threat of ﬁnancial collapse hanging over the company.
Stiffened body mounts, new suspension geometry with a raised roll centre, a new sway bar and a wider rear track improve both its ride and handling. The 200 also received an extensive upgrade in the reduction of noise, vibration and harshness. The changes include acoustically laminated windshield and front door windows. The standard engine in the LX ($19,995) and Touring ($23,995) trim levels of the 200 is a 173-horsepower, 2.4litre, 16-valve four-cylinder with variable valve timing. It’s a holdover engine that provides good low-r.p.m. torque and decent fuel economy, and is mated to an equally reliable, though a little dated, fourspeed automatic. My test 200 sedan, however, came with the new 3.6-litre Pentastar V-6 engine. Offering considerably more power, it can produce 283 h.p. and is mated to a sixspeed automatic. Fuel economy is almost as good as the standard four-cylinder and the V-6 provides it in a silky smooth fashion. Standard on the Limited ($27,995) and S ($28,995) trim levels of the 200, the V-6 engine is also an option on the Touring edition.
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Hyundai No. 1 for brand loyalty really, what’s the big deal? Well, entomologists everywhere are sure to cry out in horror at the numbers that a Netherlands-based biologist came up with. Rounding up 250 willing participants, he had drivers use their cars normally, each week taking a census of the number of bugs that met their grisly end on the license plate. Science is gross. But science also is sometimes crazy. Listen to this: the number of dead insects recorded was 17,836 for a total cumulative distance travelled of slightly less than 31,000 kilometres. Doing a little math to expand the kill-zone to the entire front area of a car, and working out the numbers worldwide, we’re talking trillions upon trillions of bugs being killed every week. The environmental damage must be enormous. But again, if you’ve ever travelled across the prairies in summer, you know there’s plenty more blackﬂies where
those came from. Hyundai takes number 1 brand loyalty spot Earlier this month, Hyundai was paid an immense compliment by Toyota’s chairman, Yoshimi Inaba, who called the Korean manufacturer, “a very honourable contender in the market.” High praise indeed. No one could say that Hyundai hasn’t earned the kudos, what with their transformation from cheap transportation provider to producer of things like the Genesis luxury sedan and sport coupe. The competition has noticed, and so have the consumers. According to the Kelley Blue Book people, who track customer retention and trending in various ways, Hyundai is now in the top spot for brand loyalty, having
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