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Instead, Const. Grifﬁn Gillan will be handed a suspension of 30 working days and will be demoted for one year. Gillan will drop one pay level to second-class constable and must work under close supervision during that time. Gillan attacked newspaper carrier Firoz Khan outside of the Hyatt in downtown Vancouver following a night of off-duty drinking with two fellow ofﬁcers. He pled guilty to assault in July 2009 and received a 21day conditional sentence plus six months probation. Following the criminal case, an internal police investigation See Constable page 5
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A West Vancouver man who stabbed a friend to death outside the Hollyburn Country Club ﬁve years ago will return to law school at the University of British Columbia this fall while out on day parole.
Sasan Ansari, 32, was convicted in November 2008 of manslaughter in the killing of Josh Goos, who was stabbed 33 times outside the upscale club. Ansari served two years in jail before he was let out on day parole in January of this year. This month, the National Parole Board decided to extend
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Ansari’s parole by another six months, noting he has been “accepted back to law school and will resume classes in September 2011.” Ansari completed his second year of law school between the time that he was charged with Goos’ murder in May 2006 and the time of his trial in 2008. But members of Goos’ family say they’re astounded UBC has agreed to let Ansari continue with his legal studies. “It is disturbing,” said Diane Goos, Josh’s mother. She said many people she’s talked to are shocked with the decision.
“He should still be in prison as far as I’m concerned.” Josh’s father Ron Goos said it’s not the ﬁrst time the law faculty’s decisions have appalled the family. In February 2009, the family received a letter from a scholarship donor, Govin Roopra, who said he had been “staggered” to discover Ansari had been awarded his $1,000 scholarship — while awaiting trial for the killing. Goos said the university has continued to be insensitive to the “wider social implications” of its decisions. “I just can’t believe they live in such a distorted world,” he said. Mary Anne Bobinski, Dean of UBC’s Faculty of Law, said in a statement that the university “generally does not investigate See School page 3
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A life saved, an act rewarded
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LAURA Morrow never dreamed she would have to save her husband’s life, but one night last November she was forced to do just that. The North Vancouver resident woke at about 3 a.m. Nov. 23 to the sound of her husband, Craig Berry, gurgling. At ﬁrst she thought it was snoring, but something didn’t sound right. Turning on the light, she found him unconscious with his eyes rolled back in his head, gasping for breath. Berry had just entered cardiac arrest. Every second was critical. Morrow called 911 and started CPR. Today, thanks to her actions, Berry has made a complete recovery. Morrow had never taken a CPR lesson in her life — it was the 9-1-1 operator who talked her through it in a steady, calm voice. PROVINCE photo Mark Van Manen “She had me count as I was doing this. She had me LAURA Morrow embraces her husband, Craig Berry, who suffered a heart attack while in bed last year. He count out loud so she could survived and has recovered thanks to CPR administered by Morrow. hear,” said Morrow. “I still relive it. There’s times I have no control; expect to need it,” she said. “Somehow things just “Initially I wasn’t doing it fast enough so she said: ‘Faster.’ I think I reached the count of around it’s there; it’s in my mind,” she said. “We just feel came back to me . . . even through all the shakiness 20 or 25, and Craig started to again try to take a like we can move on now and put the whole thing and the adrenaline.” The experience convinced Bateson to go back and behind us.” long intake of breath in.” Six other recipients also received awards at last get recertiﬁed, something she had been intending On Friday, Morrow had the chance to meet Jen Lencoe, the woman who answered her call in week’s ceremony, organized by the B.C. Ambulance to do. “That happened and I thought: ‘I have to, there’s person, as she accepted a Vital Link medal, an award Service. Cassandra Leonhardt and Candace Bateson of no more waiting around.’” that’s been handed out for the past four years to Only 15 per cent of cardiac arrest victims receive people who use CPR to save the life of someone North Vancouver were recognized for their efforts on April 25, when the two stumbled into Heather emergency CPR, according to the B.C. Ambulance suffering cardiac arrest. Schamehorn and Daryle Rajala desperately trying Service, and the survival rate is about the same. It was an intense, emotional meeting. Seattle, in comparison, has about a 20 per cent “I cried,” said Morrow. “I cried a lot because not to help an 18-year-old man who had collapsed in survival rate, which BCAS superintendent Randy only were her instructions so clear and so helpful, Loutet Park. The four of them took turns providing CPR and Hansen attributes at least partly to a very robust but the sound of her voice, too, at the time. That’s what I was looking most forward to today was giving mouth-to-mouth until the ambulance arrived CPR program. He hopes stories like these will encourage more several minutes later. meeting her.” Bateson had taken a CPR course in high school local residents to take a course. While Berry has said since then that his wife saved “The public doesn’t really realize it, but they say his life, Morrow herself said she has never really felt ﬁve years before, a skill she was thankful for that the majority of cardiac arrests happen in the home, day. like she had a hand in it. “They always tell you it’s good to have, that so it’s really beneﬁcial for all family members to She hopes, however, that the award will help give you never know when you’ll need it, but you never learn,” said Hansen. her closure.
SCHOOLS should feel like normal in the ﬁrst week of September, even if teachers go ahead with planned job action, the school districts and union ofﬁcials say.
If the simmering dispute over wages, beneﬁts and class size drags on, however, parents will likely notice some changes — most signiﬁcantly a lack of report cards and formal parent-teacher interviews, although teachers will still be available for informal meetings. Extracurricular activities should continue as long as individual instructors agree, added Glen Hansman, second vice president for the B.C. Teachers’ Federation. “The teachers who do extracurriculars will be doing those, and we’ll still be meeting with parents to talk about progress, though not in the formal meetings,” he said. “The impact on families we feel will be minimal.” In fact, he argued, since teachers won’t be doing administrative work, ﬁling reports or taking part in administrative meetings, they may have more time to focus on needs in the classroom than they otherwise would. Union members voted 90 per cent in favour of a strike earlier this summer, but the union hasn’t issued 72hour strike notice, which is required before any job action commences. Also, the BCTF describes the planned actions as a ﬁrst stage, although Hansman said there has been no discussion yet on what the next steps might look like if a deal isn’t reached. Administration at the two North Shore school districts largely agreed with Hansman See Unknowns page 5
School has ‘no legal basis’ for rejection From page 1
SASAN Ansari, convicted in 2008 of killing Josh Goos, will be back studying law at UBC in September.
or assess its students’ personal lives and has no legal basis on which to prevent students with criminal records from attending UBC Law.” Attending law school does not mean that Ansari will necessarily become a practicing lawyer. Lesley Pritchard, spokeswoman for the B.C. Law Society, said before lawyers are called to the bar, they must satisfy requirements about “ﬁtness and good character,” which can include answering questions about a criminal record or questionable conduct. She said any case that involved a serious criminal conviction would be considered very carefully. According to the parole board decision to extend day parole, Ansari presents a “low risk or low-moderate risk for future violence” and is employed, working 12 to 16 hours a day. The board did not give any details of that employment, although earlier decisions made note that Ansari had been offered a job at a law ﬁrm. The board did note Ansari exhibits some attitude problems, noting case managers pointed to “a victim stance, a sense of
entitlement and anti-authority attitude” — an assessment disputed by Ansari. The report noted Ansari also does not like to be criticized and can present “as argumentative and challenging at times.” Under the terms of his parole, Ansari is to live at a halfway house, is banned from taking drugs and must continue to get counselling. He must also keep parole ofﬁcers informed of any ﬁnancial dealings and has been ordered to stay away from two people whom corrections ofﬁcers consider bad inﬂuences. The names of those people have not been made public by the board. Ansari’s brother, Soroush Ansari — who was a character witness at Sasan Ansari’s trial — was also released from prison on $250,000 bail in January after two years behind bars. Soroush Ansari, an alleged associate of the UN gang, is charged with counselling another alleged gang member, Barzan Tilli-Choli, to shoot at someone with an intent to endanger that person’s life on Jan. 24, 2009. The drive-by shooting is thought to be part of a gang turf war between the UN and the rival Red Scorpions. Calls to Ansari’s lawyers were not returned by press time.
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Fireﬁghter seriously hurt in boat mishap Victim’s life saved by colleagues on outing
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A West Vancouver ﬁreﬁghter nearly died Thursday after he was seriously injured on an off-duty jetboating trip on the Squamish River. The 42-year-old, who lives in Squamish, was on a guided adventure tour with fellow ﬁreﬁghters when a tree branch overhanging the river speared his upper arm and torso, puncturing an artery. “It caused some serious damage,” said Sgt.
Wayne Pride of the Squamish RCMP. “He lost a lot of blood.” Quick action by his colleagues in the boat saved the man’s life. “The crew he was with was the best he could have been with,” said Pride. The man was rushed by ambulance to hospital in Squamish, and airlifted down to Vancouver General Hospital shortly after, where he underwent emergency surgery. “I don’t think he’s out of the water yet in regard to his injuries,” said Pride. Pride said several other people in the boat also suffered minor injuries including concussions Transport Canada and the Transportation Safety Board are now investigating whether the tour operator was properly licenced and
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Constable pledges to work to regain trust
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conducted by Abbotsford Chief Const. Bob Rich recommended Gillan be reduced in rank from constable to probationary constable and be given a 10-day unpaid suspension. Gillan was also suspended for 11 months without pay by then-police chief Kash Heed immediately following the incident. Following a public hearing in January, Boyle found Gillan guilty of both improper off-duty conduct and discreditable conduct. On Friday, Boyle accepted a joint submission from Michael Tammen, the lawyer representing the Ofﬁce of the Police Complaints Commission, and Gillan’s lawyer David Butler on what the ofﬁcer’s punishment should be for his actions. Gillan told Boyle at the public hearing in
January that his unprovoked attack is “still something I’m grappling with and trying to come to terms with,” adding he remains “embarrassed and bafﬂed” by his actions. Gillan guessed he’d had about 25 drinks on the night of the attack. He told Boyle he thinks about the incident every day, although he said he has no memory of the attack or most of the events leading up to it. “I want to prove to people who don’t think much of me that I’m better than what they think of me,” he said. “I’m trying to do whatever I can to make it better and regain that trust.” Gillan, who is back working at the West Vancouver Police Department, told the hearing that being a police ofﬁcer is “the only thing I’ve ever wanted to do.”
Jetboat operator investigated From page 4 following safety regulations at the time. Nothing in the investigation points to drugs, alcohol or dangerous behaviour by passengers in the boat, said Pride. “It’s pretty wild in some parts of the river,” he said. A man who answered the phone at Squamish RiverJet and identiﬁed himself as a manager conﬁrmed there had been an accident on the river but refused to say if his company had been involved. “I couldn’t shed any light on that for you,” he said. The injured ﬁreﬁghter — a married father of two — remained in hospital at press time. There was no immediate word on his condition.
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Unknowns creating anxiety, says PAC From page 3 on the impacts, though Chris Kennedy, superintendent for the West Vancouver school district, said principals and administration staff will be swamped. “There’s a lot more work being placed on our school principals and vice principals, and if this initial action goes ahead, they’ll see principals and vice principals who are already putting in really long hours having additional tasks they need to complete,” he said. It’s manageable, he said, “assuming the strike action isn’t stepped up beyond what union organizers have said publicly.” Despite the assurances, many parents are on pins and needles, according to North Vancouver Parent Advisory Committee chairwoman Cyndi Gerlach. While school is less than two weeks away, she said parents still don’t know what’s going on. “I think the angst is starting now as school is getting closer,” she said. “There are too many questions and not enough answers.” Those answers will be forthcoming, said Victoria Miles, spokeswoman for the North Vancouver school district, through email and information posted online. Negotiations on a new agreement began in March, while the previous ﬁve-year deal ended in June of this year. While the two sides are far apart, the current round of bargaining began Aug. 23 and
both sides say negotiations have been respectful. Hansman said teachers are asking for wage increases, better beneﬁts and more say on the size and makeup of their classroom — something that was taken away from them in 2002 legislation, a law that was struck down by the courts this April. The changes would cost more money, said Hansman, but they are needed for teachers to catch up to what other provinces pay. B.C. is currently ranked eighth in the country — down from third — while teachers in Alberta earn about $21,000 more, he said, adding the union is willing to compromise to reach a fair deal. Hugh Finlayson, CEO of the B.C. Public School Employers Association, said their costing of the union’s proposal adds up to about $2 billion. The provincial government’s most recent throne speech said there was no more money available for contracts until the economy improved, and Finlayson said they need to work within that “net zero” mandate. “What it says is you can move monies around within the collective agreement,” he said, so money for increased wages has to come from somewhere else in the agreement. Two thirds of provincial employees have already signed within that mandate, added Finlayson, arguing there’s no reason that teachers can’t do the same.
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HE decision by the provincial government to halve the rate increase sought by B.C. Hydro is not only irresponsible, it’s a rerun of the behaviour the Liberals rightly denounced an NDP government for in the 1990s. The motives are transparent enough — nobody likes bigger bills in their mailbox and a government already reeling from the HST debacle is eager to shield voters from them. But pretending these costs don’t exist doesn’t make them go away. It’s all well and good to tell Hydro to ﬁnd cost efﬁciencies and lay off a thousand people, but one of the biggest savings, the euphemistically phrased “deferral of capital expenditures,” is actually no savings at all; it’s simply kicking those costs down the road to future ratepayers — ourselves.
Not many British Columbians realize what a sorry state our electrical grid is in. Unlike roads or ferries, it’s not something that people see. If the lights go on, it works. But the truth is that we have massive costs looming just to keep what we have working, let alone develop the “smart grid” that could help B.C., and North America as a whole, conserve energy. We are blessed with cheap and clean electricity in this province. Raising rates modestly now, though unpopular, will fund needed work and help avoid more painful increases in the future. Crown corporations are not cash machines. It was wrong for the NDP to pillage Hydro in the 1990s and it’s wrong for the Liberals to buy votes with Hydro dollars today.
MLA Sultan adds insult to injury
Dear Editor: With his snide and condescending comments, elitist West Vancouver MLA Ralph Sultan roundly insults the 900,000 or so B.C. residents who voted down the HST (Referendum Defeat Puts End to HST, Aug. 28, North Shore News). He must think that in chalking up the North Shore’s overall support to “sophisticated” voters, those who opposed the tax will fail to latch on to the fact he is implying they are the opposite — too stupid to know what is good for them. This patronizing attitude is exactly why the populace is sick to death of politicians like Mr. Sultan — and former Premier Gordon Campbell, whose similar attitude landed the province in this costly mess. These politicians and their ilk speak down to the people, not for the people, and seem to think that their lofty perch gives them this right. All it does is conﬁrm that they are totally disconnected from the reality of the average working person already struggling with the ever-increasing cost of living.
What these “less sophisticated” constituents do grasp is that the HST was designed to shift the tax burden from the wealthier business class to the ordinary man in the street. The “less sophisticated” are smart enough to know that it hurts them in the pocket with no proven long-term beneﬁt. The last time the “less sophisticated” checked, the “more sophisticated” were generally far more interested in putting cost savings into their own pockets than in passing them on to consumers. The people have spoken loud and clear in this historic referendum, not once but twice — and not because they are “less sophisticated,” but because they have had enough of superior-minded politicians believing they have carte blanche to ram anything down the throats of the so-called “less sophisticated” whom, they seem to forget, they are supposed to serve. Jerome and Kimberley Henen North Vancouver
Just ’cause we killed it doesn’t mean we’re against it Dear Editor: No one who voted against the HST is anti-HST; we are anti-higher-taxes and unhappy with the Liberals. The introduction of this tax showed just how out of touch the Liberal government is with B.C. citizens. Raising taxes right after a major economic collapse, when we were all struggling, was despicable. The harmonized tax created efﬁciencies that should have been passed on to taxpayers but were instead secretly pocketed as extra revenue.
We who voted against it knew that the HST would have been a better tax at 10 per cent, but there was no way any of us were going to trust the Liberals to lower it in 2014 as promised. Rather, it should have been lowered to 10 per cent immediately — where it should have been all along. That single action would have swung the vote the other way. Christy Clark has botched her ﬁrst important test as premier. That mistake will now cost us $3 billion. Unfortunately, the Liberals are still out of touch,
because it is obvious that they think this vote was all about the HST. From the tone of Finance Minister Kevin Falcon’s remarks after the vote, it is clear that his government is now planning to punish us with spending cuts — and likely by raising taxes in even more devious ways. What do you expect from a party that is neither Liberal nor Conservative, just unprincipled and deceptive? I’ve always voted Liberal but no more. Craig Farlinger West Vancouver
Stand needs moving, not removing Dear Editor: Surely this spot of trouble over Brian’s Fruit Stand is being blown out of proportion; he has a legitimate right, and license, to sell his fruit on Dickinson Crescent. My suggestion would be that the municipality request he move into the nearby parkand-ride area so that the stand would no longer be visible to the objecting homeowner and so that car trafﬁc could drive in. The stand owner would be allowed to put up a sign on Dickinson. The council should, at the same time, have an inspector check the location of his sign on Marine Drive, as it prevents cars exiting 31st Street from seeing trafﬁc approaching from the west. Stan Ward West Vancouver
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Funeral cast light on Jack’s character “Canada is a great country, one of the hopes of the world. We can be a better one — a country of greater equality, justice and opportunity. We can build a prosperous economy and a society that shares its beneﬁts more fairly.” Former NDP leader Jack Layton, 1950-2011
THE afternoon of Sunday, Aug. 21 was heavy with heat; humidity was high in advance of the rain forecast for the following day.
Neither I nor the two dogs that kept me company were inclined to do more than enjoy the relative cool of the shade in our Lynn Valley garden. My head in a good book, there was little on my mind until a small thought interrupted the words on the page: “I wonder how Jack Layton is doing? We haven’t heard anything since he stepped aside.” Then as quickly as the thought had occurred to me, I returned to my story. Not until Monday’s early morning news did I understand the reason for that moment of ESP. It would take ﬁve
more days before I would understand the reason the thought had come so clearly to someone who did not know Jack Layton — or just Jack, as he preferred Canadians think of him. I’m not a member of the NDP — likely never will be — and I certainly did not agree with all of his political positions. Anyone who saw his eyes as he announced he was stepping aside to battle cancer must have known he was seriously ill. So why did the announcement of his death come as a shock and with a feeling of such sad emptiness? The answer came to me gradually in the days following Jack’s death — to me and to many thousands of other Canadians across the country.
Simply put, we cared about Jack because he cared about us. Canadians cared about him because he didn’t just dream about a better Canada; he worked to make that dream a reality, and he did so honestly. Politics aside, we cared about him because we knew the Jack we saw was the real deal. Canadians knew they didn’t have to second-guess what he was saying. In short, Jack was not just a politician; he was, above all else, a decent man. I had not intended to watch television coverage of the state funeral. If I don’t know the person who died, or did not take enough time to let them know I cared about them in life, why would I intrude after they were gone? As it happened, however, the Global TV newscast I was watching faded into the feed of the funeral from Toronto and I was persuaded otherwise — and am glad of it. What I saw in the next 90 minutes was Jack Layton as most of us had never seen him before: the full measure of the man, so to speak. The man about whom AIDS advocate Stephen Lewis, himself a tireless humanitarian, said: “I loved Jack’s goodness
and his ideals in equal measure. . . . It’s clear that everyone (has) recognized how rare and precious his character was.” Yes, this was the man who, participating in the plans for his own funeral, chose Rev. Brent Hawkes — partner of a man called John — to conduct the service. Through Hawkes, we learned that Jack’s ﬁrst words on meeting seeing him were always caring: variations of “Hi, Brent. How’s John doing?” As I watched the ceremony unfold, I understood just how much courage ran through Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall that day: The courage of Shawn Atleo, leader of the Assembly of First Nations and hereditary chief of the Ahousaht First Nation, who opened the service with a traditional blessing despite knowing that one member of his own family had been killed and others injured by an alleged drunk driver just two days earlier. The courage of Jack’s partner Olivia Chow who, after days of difﬁcult preparations, walked the streets of Toronto ahead of the cortege and then sat sad-faced but composed through 90 minutes of the service. Connecting it all was the
thread of Jack’s own courage when, despite the pain, he participated until the very last day of his ﬁnal session in Parliament. Perhaps, before his untimely death, Jack Layton
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The ideas the community has generated for Ambleside are numerous, exciting and should be put into action. Housing, vibrant businesses, ofﬁce space, broad sidewalks, better parking, consideration of the arts — hundreds of residents have shaped the ideas that we are working to fulﬁll, and we are counting on continued participation. Politicians are often criticized for making shortterm decisions. The process for Ambleside has been deliberate, inclusive, thoughtful and sustained for a decade to get us to this point. This is not a contest between business owners and residents by any stretch; it is a very serious effort to improve our centre of town based on what people have said they wish to see. Our council intends to take that step. Futurecouncilswillcontinue to fulﬁll the vision, as they see ﬁt, and as the community continues to evolve. Mayor Pam GoldsmithJones District of West Vancouver
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Dear Editor: Watching Jack Layton’s funeral with millions of Canadians, emotions run strong. How can we properly honour this man who touched so many so deeply? His letter to all of us is a testament to a deeply compassionate life and a commitment to making this great country an even greater one of “equality, justice and opportunity.” The greatness of our country is not only in its natural riches, but also in the richness of our human wealth. It is the legacy of people like Jack Layton, who live his life with love and joy, optimism and dedication to his fellow Canadians. The pursuit of a more just, more compassionate society ﬁnds a home in our hearts; it is the essence of the hopes most of us have for this country. Watching the violent events in the Middle East and other parts of the world, we feel so blessed to be in Canada, not because it is the “best place on earth,” but because there are excellent, dedicated people who love it enough to ﬁght to make it even better. What country marks the passing of a politician with such genuine heartfelt sorrow and love? Which politician leaves a legacy so unanimously celebrated? Thank you, Jack, for a life so well lived. May we live up to your example. Victoria Bakich North Vancouver
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Camp helps rebuild a long-lost trust Police and First Nations come together in sport
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POLICE ofﬁcers with the North Shore’s Integrated First Nations Unit got a chance to take off their uniforms earlier this month and don a new wardrobe: one of camp counsellor. Starting Aug. 2, members of the North and West Vancouver unit led the third annual Project ESCAPe, a week-long outdoor excursion for First Nations youth. Set at Camp Jubilee on Indian Arm, the event is helping teach kids life skills — while at the same time rebuilding some bridges that were eroded a long ago. “There’s a whole historical mistrust between aboriginal communities and especially the RCMP, and I think as with any community, it’s really good to build those kinds of relationships,” said Carleen Thomas, manager of education See Cops page 11
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for the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation who, together with the Squamish and Musqueam First Nations, help fund and send youth to the camp. Alongwiththeusualcamping activities the excursion features canoeing, kayaking, archery, high-ropes, rock climbing and outdoor survival training. Founded in 2009, ESCAPe was the brainchild of North Vancouver RCMP Const. Joey Starr, who said he based the idea on a similar camp he took part in as a Mountie in Mission. Starr, a member of the First Nations unit, said he knows he’s on the right track by the response he gets in his day-today job. By fall, teenagers will ﬂag him down to ask him about next year’s camp. “You’re not just a cop who might be looking for them; submitted photo you’re someone who they had a water ﬁght with, someone they YOUTH from the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueam First Nations attend have sat next to at a campﬁre and the camp each year, with 118 up for the week this summer. chatted with about what’s on their mind that day. It just totally changes the dynamic,” said Starr, year. She has attended every one of the camps so far. The expeditions, she said, have given her a sense of achievement. who was joined this year by West Vancouver Const. Jeff Palmer. Joelle overcame a fear of heights to do a high-rope obstacle The two ofﬁcers didn’t do so well in that water ﬁght, admitted course through the forest canopy, and had her mettle tested on one Palmer. “(We got) ganged up and teamed up on,” he said. The project is growing. This year, ESCAPe saw 118 students especially harrowing kayaking trip. “My ﬁrst year, I got sick, so I had to go back. I kayaked on the way aged 7-16 attend. That’s a more than three-fold increase over the back, and just doing that stretch really gave me that accomplished camp’s ﬁrst iteration in 2009, when just 36 came out. The endeavour received about $60,000 in funding this year, which feeling,” said the Collingwood student. “I learned that I can do includes $10,000 from the RCMP’s Mounted Police Foundation in more than what I think I can do.” Starr said those kinds of skills come in handy later in life. addition to funding from each of the First Nations, some corporate “We’re teaching the kids to try new things, to challenge sponsors and Camp Jubilee itself. Starr said organizers hope to add to that ﬁgure next year and themselves, so that in time when they go out for education and for work, they’re going to be more inclined to do that kind of stuff; expand the project with more focused leadership camps. Thirteen-year-old Joelle Johnston was among the campers this (They’ll be) used to challenging themselves.”
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Summer Smash tennis tournament
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Rob Bertini and Dean Duke team up Rick Cherry and Rob Cronk ďŹ‚ash their smiles. for a picture.
Volunteers and players Alison Rakis, Jane Makin and Anett Pincus help make Summer Smash a success. The North Shore Winter Club was the setting for the Summer Smash tennis tournament Aug. 8 to 14. Players, sponsors and club members gathered for the tournament before enjoying a dinner and dance later in the evening. Ed Dolan, Mike Lane, Keith Leech and Jeff Herman enjoy the Winter Clubâ€™s hospitality.
Terri Loewen, Megan Frederick, Hazel Wright and Doris Behrenz take a break from the action.
Tournament director Paul Shellard joins organizer Karen Bertini, Ken Wong and Lorraine McDonald for a photo.
Darrell Mounsey, Amanda Donahue, Karen Bertini and Kathy Payne shake things up.
James Legault and Keith HarrisLowe enjoy the tournament.
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YOUR NORTH SHORE GUIDE to HOME & GARDEN
NEWS photos Kevin Hill
VOLUNTEERS gathered to clear invasive plant species from North Vancouver’s Lower MacKay Creek recently. (Clockwise from above): Parsa Eftekhari and Quinn Rinke work to remove the yellow ﬂag iris from the area; Shannon Soper of North Shore Kia gets her hands dirty in the cleanup; A volunteer holds up yellow ﬂag iris seeds. The perennial is found in wet environments at low- to mid-elevations.
HOME IDEAS Barb Lunter creates a pretty ﬂoral display. Page 18
Nourish Your Community: Too much fruit on your
trees? If you have a hard time eating all of your fruit, don’t let it go to waste. Donate it. The North Shore Fruit Tree Project will visit and pick your tree fruit and donate it to those in need in the community. Sign up as a donor at www. northshorefruittreeproject.ca. Watershed Tours: Metro Vancouver will open the Capilano and Coquitlam Watersheds to the public by hosting guided bus tours of the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve throughout August and September. Visit
metrovancouver.org for dates and times. Registration required: 604-432-6430 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Vancouver Dahlia Society will hold their annual show Sept. 3, 1-5 p.m. and Sept. 4, noon-3:30 p.m. in the Floral Hall and Cedar Room at VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak St., Vancouver. Admission by donation. Info: Tina McNabb, 604-572-8981 or email@example.com. Yes, Please, Trees: Families with children ﬁve to 10 years
old can investigate the world of trees and easy ways to identify them Saturday, Sept. 17, 10:30 a.m.-noon or 1:30-3 p.m. at VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak St., Vancouver. Fee: $20, non-members/$10, members. Registration required: 604-718-5898 or familyprograms@vandusen. org. Bird Survey: All levels of birders welcome on the ﬁrst Saturday of the month, 8 a.m.12:30 p.m. at Maplewood Flats Conservation Area, 2645 Dollarton Hwy., North
Vancouver. Info: 604-9034471. Info: www.wildbirdtrust. org. Bird Walk: Join the Wild Bird Trust nature walks the second Saturday of the month, 10 a.m. Meet in the parking lot at 2645 Dollarton Hwy., North Vancouver. Info: 604-9034471. Info: www.wildbirdtrust. org. Capilano Flower Arranging Club meets the second Wednesday of each month See more page 14
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HOME green guide From page 13 (except July and August), 7:30 p.m. at Delbrook Community Centre, 600 West Queens Rd., North Vancouver. They have demonstrations, guest speakers and workshops. New members and guests welcome. Info: Donna, 604-986-9360 or Heather, 604-987-5382. Capilano Garden Club meets the second Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at Canyon Heights Christian Assembly, 4840 Capilano Rd., North Vancouver. New members welcome. Guests: $5. Info: 604-980-4964.
Deep Cove Garden Club meets the fourth Thursday of each month (except July, August and December) from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Multicultural Seniors’ Room at Parkgate Community Centre, 3625 Banff Court, North Vancouver. Meetings include speakers, workshops and ﬁeld trips. Info: Elaine, 604-929-2928 or Chris, 604-924-1628. Delbrook Garden Club meets the fourth Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at St. Catherines Church, 1058 Ridgewood Dr., North Vancouver. New members welcome. Guests: $5. Info: Flo, 604-985-4870. Edible
Volunteer Orientation Night takes place the second Monday of every month at 6 p.m. Learn about the projects the Edible Garden Project is running and how to get involved. Location will be provided upon registration. Registration and info: www.ediblegardenproject. com or email volunteer@ ediblegardenproject.com. Free Eco-Tours: Study the rich heritage and unique natural resources of the West Coast. These walking tours, some available in Mandarin, are designed to educate and promote healthy living. Explore your own backyard with Joseph Lin. For more information call 604327-8693 or www.greenclub. bc.ca.
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TAKING as much as seven years to bloom and then perish, the Himalayan lily grows to an impressive three metres tall. The smaller shoots coming up from bulbs will keep growing and eventually bloom themselves.
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WEEVILS, which look similar to some beetles, are garden pests that like to munch on the leaves of many different plants, including rhododendron, yew and lily.
Keep plants healthy to thwart weevil attacks LATE August is a great time to enjoy the garden and it’s also an opportune time to control weevils in the garden.
There are several species of weevils native to B.C. including the obscure root weevil (Sciopithes obscurus), woods weevil (Nemocestes incomptus), Horn’s Woods weevil, (Nemocestes horni) and the Woodburn weevil (Dyslobus granicollis). But the black vine weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus) and the strawberry root weevil (Otiorhynchus ovatus) both introduced to B.C. around 1895 from Europe are the most proliﬁc weevil pests of plants in gardens, nurseries and berry ﬁelds. Weevils look similar to some beetles, having a three segmented body that is about eight millimetres long, with a head with black antennae, a long snout, a small mid section called the thorax and a large abdomen. The body colour is black or brown and sometimes spotted with yellow or tan spots. Black vine weevils are ﬂightless females and parthenogenetic, meaning reproduction happens without fertilization from a male. Female weevils lay on average 200 eggs. Adult weevils lay eggs on the soil surface in July and the eggs hatch in two to three weeks. The newly emerged larvae descend into the soil to feed on roots and root bark. Weevil young (called larvae) are white in colour, with brown heads, no legs and often found curled in the soil lying in a “C” shape. Larvae are usually smaller than the adult or slightly larger depending on their stage of development and how much food is available to eat.
Todd Major During their development, the larvae molt ﬁve or six times within earthen cells in the soil. Adult weevils eat the leaves of many different plants including rhododendron, yew, strawberry, lily, camellia, salal, rose, viburnum, many perennials, trees and many other plants. Damage is indicated by the telltale crescent-shaped notches on the edge of the leaf with severe damage leaving the leaf looking jagged. Adults are nighttime feeders and they feed on new or current year’s leaf growth. A few or several weevil notches on the leaf is not a plant health concern, it is merely a cosmetic issue. Weevils do not eat holes in leaves but they can eat notches into leaf holes caused by other pests. Weevil larvae eat plant roots and they can eat the soft bark where the trunk/stem touches the ground, causing stem girdling and plant death. Effective weevil control can be obtained by using integrated control methods, not just one method but several methods applied simultaneously. Keeping plants healthy is always the best line of defence and it can be obtained by properly watering, applying mulch, avoiding the use of chemical
fertilizers which induce soft leaf growth that is prone to pest attack and choosing the right plant for the right place. Encouraging natural weevil enemies like birds, frogs, toads, shrews, hedgehogs and predatory ground beetles is very effective. Applying sticky barriers like Tanglefoot or StickEm to the trunk will prevent adult weevils from travelling up the trunk to eat the leaves. Apply a plastic wrap or masking tape to the stem before applying Tanglefoot to avoid stem tissue burn. Chemical control of adult weevils in a residential setting is generally ineffective due to the lack of effective personnel training, poor quality spray equipment, insect resistance and the fact that most people spray after the damage is seen, which is too late to control
the adult and the larval stage can’t be controlled with foliar sprays. Weevil traps can be made from burlap, small pieces of wood, small pots or corrugated cardboard that is placed under the target plants. The weevils will hide in the traps during the day where they can be collected before their nighttime feeding begins. Physical barriers placed on top of the soil work but barriers can be time consuming to install and they need monitoring for effectiveness. A layer of sharp See Coffee page 16
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sand placed around target plants may prevent egg laying. Coffee grounds are also said to be an effective deterrent but too much coffee is not good for the soil pH. The use of beneﬁcial and parasitic nematodes can be effective in controlling weevil larvae that are found in the soil in late August and September. Commercial nematode products include BioSafe, Biovector and Nemesis, among others. Soil temperatures must be at least 13 C, preferably higher, and lots of irrigation must be applied to the soil before and after nematode application to
allow the nematodes to swim through the soil to ﬁnd the larvae. These nematodes do not like direct sunlight, so apply them during the evening. One of the most effective weevil controls can be obtained by hand-picking them off the plant during their nighttime feeding hours. This is best done during the “summer weevil hunt party” that includes the company of friends and lots of wine.
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I only met him once, and it was a brief encounter to say the least. Met is actually a misnomer. Said hello is closer to the truth, but I feel, as do many others of my age and occupation, a close relationship to Steve Jobs.
We grew up together. I entered the computer industry as Jobs’ star began to rise. I began my career in tech in 1985, as the Mac was on the horizon. I hitched my star to Apple early on, and have always maintained a relationship with the company and many of the staff at Apple. Apple is a ﬁrm like no other. Some call it a cult, and criticize it for that. There has always been something different, something special about Apple and their products, and we don’t have
Steve Dotto to look far for the reason. It is Steve Jobs — the culture he built, the fanatical demands he placed on his team, the almost maniacal belief in his own vision formed a company that changed the world. As he steps down, it is easy to wax poetic. He has become the iconic ﬁgure of the tech world, no shadow is larger. For years, Jobs was the bad boy brat in the shadow of Bill Gates. At 25 he was
ousted from Apple, the company he had built, by his own hand-picked successor, John Sculley, the man Jobs had brought on board to mentor him and prepare him for the next phase in Apple’s journey. This sent Jobs into the wilderness. He formed NeXT, a doomed rival for Apple, and that led him to Pixar, which he turned around. Many people forget Apple is not Jobs’ only success story. His return to Apple launched a re-birth at Apple, for both the company and Jobs, and that turnaround has propelled Apple to the rock star status it currently holds, which no other ﬁrm can duplicate. Now Apple faces a future without Jobs at the helm and many are asking about how Apple will perform without Jobs. I feel a bit mercenary talking about business while
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Apple’s challenges are further down the road From page 17 we see before us the failing health of a young man being forced to step away in his prime years. Remember, Jobs is just over 50, with a family, kids, friends — he is far more than the CEO of a company. But such is the nature of Apple. People are concerned that the innovation will continue, that Apple will perform without Steve Jobs in the big ofﬁce. I will say this, that his management team has been stable for a very long time, and the Apple product map is undoubtedly formed for three to ﬁve years down the road. In the short term, I don’t see much changing. Apple never missed a step
when Tim Cook took over in an interim basis a few years ago due to Jobs’ health. The challenge for Apple will come as this team picks its successors. In 10 years or so is when Apple faces a crossroads, and that is a very long time out. Even if Jobs remained, who could make predictions on that timeline? But, I really want to spare a thought for Steve Jobs, the man who, although I don’t personally know, I grew up with. I hope he has a long tenure as Chairman Jobs, and more importantly as Dad, and Husband Jobs. Steve Dotto is host of Dotto Tech, Wednesdays at 6 p.m. on AM 650. Visit him online at www.dottotech.com or at www.facebook. com/dottotech.
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Canadian Federation of University Women — North Vancouver: Marilyn Gullison, founder of Operation Eyesight in Vancouver and president of HUGGS Canada (Helping Underprivileged Girls and Guys Study), will speak about this initiative to help educate young people in rural India, Thursday, Sept. 8, 7 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion, 123 West 15th St., North Van. Info: 604-9801274 or www.vcn.bc.ca/cfuwns/. — compiled by Debbie Caldwell
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When your teen drops out of school WHAT happens when a child decides to drop out of school? Up to what age is school attendance compulsory? If a teenager is out of school and wandering around doing nothing, is there anyone who would pick him up and take him to school?
One of our readers Kathy Lynn presented this dilemma to us. And the short answer is that children are supposed to stay in school until they are 16, but because there are no longer truant ofﬁcers there is no one to deal with a kid on the street unless he is breaking the law. So what’s a parent to do? The ﬁrst step is to become a detective and ﬁnd out why. Why has he dropped out of school? Visit the school and meet with the school counsellor. Also talk
to any of his teachers who might know him well enough to determine the problem. Has he fallen behind on his assignments and feels he can never catch up so has given up? Is he having a lot of trouble with one of his academic subjects and ﬁgures he’s going to fail, so what’s the point of trying? Is he being bullied? Is he dealing with a romantic problem? Did his girlfriend dump him? Discovering the reason for his behaviour will go a long way to solving the problem. An average 15-year-old is not really keen to spend his days doing nothing. However, once he has started it can become a habit. So you need to ﬁnd out what is going on with him. Then the solution may be a tutor, a plan with his teachers to help him over the hump or counselling. If the issue is bullying, you need to work with the school on an anti-bullying plan. And if he is recovering from a romantic break-up he needs to be heard so listen to him while he talks about his feelings. On a broader front, a child who has determined that he is no longer a student is now a young adult. It’s not healthy for anyone to do nothing all day.
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A Capella Chorus: Choirs for children ages eight to 12 and youth 13-18 are looking for new members. Learn songs from Africa, raise money for Education Without Borders, perform outreach concerts for the elderly and make recordings. Rehearsals are Monday evenings at St. Andrew’s United Church, 1044 St. Georges Ave., North Vancouver. Fee: $40 per month. Info: www. acapellachorus.com or email@example.com. Imagine and Explore — Itty Bitty Critters: Children ages three to six accompanied by an adult will learn about Lynn Canyon’s small animals Saturday, Sept. 3, 10:30 a.m.noon at Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre, 3663 Park Rd., North Vancouver. Fee: $8.25. Registration: 604-990-3755. Info: www.dnv.org/ecology/. Strings Auditions: String players with a minimum of two years training are invited to
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Rocket has many enjoyable activities and includes them all in his daily routine. The routine is interrupted when a little yellow bird tells Rocket he is her ﬁrst student and that class begins right away. Rocket demurs to no avail and pretty soon he is completely captivated by a story that was “as delicious as the earthy smells of fall.” This bird teacher has some good skills and ends the ﬁrst lesson with a cliff hanger as Rocket demands to know whether the dog in
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W. Van foundation gives scholarships Jeremy Shepherd firstname.lastname@example.org
SIX North Shore students were awarded a grand total of $7,000 in scholarships by the West Vancouver Community Foundation earlier this month. Outstanding academic performance combined with a commitment to community service earned Luke Rowan the Faris Family Scholarship. Rowan, a graduate of Rockridge secondary, is slated to enroll in either humanities or social sciences at university. If Rowan can maintain an A average, the scholarship will pay him $1,500 a year for the next four years. Andrew Martin, a recent graduate of West Vancouver secondary, was awarded the $500 Jerry Beckerman Memorial Scholarship due to his strong academic record and dedication to community service. Eva Jordison, of West Vancouver secondary, took home the $500 Trajan Martin Memorial Award because of her compassion, integrity, and exuberance for life. This fund was established by family and friends of Martin, who passed away at the age of 26. Siobhan Brown, of West Vancouver secondary, was awarded the James A. Inkster Leadership Award, due to her enthusiasm for extracurricular activities, leadership and school spirit. Nik Marshall, of Sentinel secondary, and Jeff McKinnon, of UBC, were awarded the Jeremy Dalton Rugby Endowment Award. The award is given to a member of the Capilano Rugby Club who demonstrates a sense of community spirit, academic interest and a love for rugby.
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ROMANCING THE STOVE Back-to-school treats they’ll love. See story PAGE 26
YOUR NORTH SHORE GUIDE to EXCEPTIONAL CUISINE
2S: an adventure in eating
Fresh Picked — Sweet, Sweet Corn Feast: Refuel Neighbourhood Restaurant & Bar will host a family style dinner at communal tables to celebrate corn from the Fraser Valley tonight, Aug. 31 with seatings at 6 or 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $59 (which includes dinner and one beer) and can be purchased at www. refuelcornfeast.eventbrite. com. Refuel is located at 1944 West Fourth St., Vancouver. Info: 604-288-7905 or www. refuelrestaurant.com.
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FOR years now there has been a rug shop going out of business at the corner of Pemberton Avenue and Marine Drive in North Vancouver. At least it has seemed that way. Next to it, in a storefront laced with garish yellow signage, is a restaurant that’s changed hands many times. I haven’t dined there; the revolving door of operators and the dingy, dated exterior turned me off. So when I recently received an email from a reader advising of yet another new business in the space, called 2S Green Asian Cuisine, offering “lovely service and a wide-ranging menu,” I was skeptical. Still, I convinced my coworker Shorty to accompany me there for lunch on a recent weekday. (Actually, “convinced” is a stretch; I didn’t tell her where we were going, just offered her a free meal.) As we rolled into the parking lot I was reminded of my previous estimation of the place, but as soon as we pushed through the door I realized my mistake. I had judged the proverbial book by its unappealing and unfashionable cover. Inside, the place is clean and spacious with comfortable booths. The bar is set in glittering glass tiles and a wide-screen TV offers a diversion for those dining alone or with little to talk about. We opened our menus. “Oh,” sighed Shorty. “It’s one of these.” “One of these” refers to a massive menu with an overwhelming number of dishes to read through. 2S Green Asian Cuisine dishes up cuisine from Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and China, plus smoothies, bubble teas and fresh juices. It’s a mind-boggling read. You can have your lemon chicken or pan-friend Gyoza, followed by Kung Pow boneless
Summer Garden Party: Hart House at Deer Lake holds its ﬁnal event in the summer garden party series, featuring Spain. The evening starts with a casual wine tasting, followed by an al fresco dinner on the estate lawn overlooking Deer Lake. Guests can purchase wine from a specially selected wine list. Tickets are $52. Hart House is located at 6664 Deer Lake Ave., Burnaby. Reservations: 604-298-4278.
served with a savoury curry dipping sauce. Although it’s listed as an appetizer, the lettuce wrap was an enormous helping of multi-coloured sweet peppers, corn, green beans, crunchy noodles and tofu with a meat of choice (chicken in ours),
Rubs & Reds - Sidecut at CedarCreek: If you’re in the Okanagan this week, it’s not too late to enjoy this ﬂavourﬁlled pairing. Four Seasons Resort Whistler’s modern steak concept, Sidecut, is on the road tomorrow, Sept. 8. Sample the restaurant’s renowned spice rubs and sauces in a delicious fourcourse meal paired with CedarCreek Estate’s wines. The winery’s ﬁnal Summer Dinner Series event offers guests a unique opportunity to not only enjoy these rubs during the “Rubs & Reds” dinner but to come early to learn the skills themselves. For an extra $15, enjoy a private “Rub Class” with
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TRADITIONAL dishes from Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and China are on the menu at 2S Green Asian Cuisine, open since July on Marine Drive in North Vancouver. chicken or Pad Thai. Slurp up Tom Yum or Wonton soup then choose from about a dozen different curries. Though it’s easy to get lost, eager staff is on hand to offer help and guidance. We quickly settled on a few picks, and eyeballed others for future visits. Roti Canai, Malaysian ﬂatbread, was perfect: thin, ﬂaky and totally delicious,
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Pack homemade love in the lunch bag Apple Toffee Squares
Romancing the Stove Angela Shellard
WHERE did summer go?
Already it’s back-to-school time (did I hear a cheer from all the mothers out there?) and the brown-bag set will be hoping to ﬁnd something yummy waiting for them when lunchtime rolls around. Here are some simple recipes for treats that’ll put smiles on their faces — they’re light-years ahead of those tasteless store-bought granola bars.
½ cup granulated sugar 2/3 cup packed light brown sugar 1¼ tsp apple pie spice or cinnamon ½ cup butter, softened 2 eggs 1 tsp vanilla 11⁄3 cups all-purpose ﬂour 1½ tsp baking powder ¼ tsp salt 1¼ cups peeled, chopped tart apple (like Granny Smith) ½ cup Skor Toffee Bits ½ cup chopped pecans or raisins (optional) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease an 11x7x2inch baking pan. Beat sugar, brown sugar and apple pie spice in large bowl with electric mixer on low speed until mixed well. Remove two tablespoons of the mixture and set aside. Add butter to mixing bowl and mix well; add eggs and vanilla and mix thoroughly. Stir together ﬂour, baking powder and salt in a separate bowl and add
Homemade Chewy Granola Bars NEWS photo Cindy Goodman
YOUR back-to-school kids will love ﬁnding homemade treats in their lunchboxes, rather than tasteless store-bought granola bars. to egg mixture, beating until well blended. Fold in the apples, toffee bits and pecans
or raisins, if using. Spread into prepared pan. Sprinkle with the reserved sugar mixture
and bake for 35-40 minutes or until top is golden brown and a tester inserted in centre of pan comes out clean. Cool completely on a rack then cut into 15 squares to serve.
Cookie Brittle A hybrid of shortbread and chocolate chip cookies – you can customize these by using toffee bits or peanut butter, butterscotch or milk chocolate chips, or a combination of those to total three cups, plus ½ cup for on top. 1 cup butter, softened 1½ tsp vanilla ¼ tsp salt ½ cup sugar ½ cup packed brown sugar 2 cups all-purpose ﬂour 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips 1 cup chopped pecans, or more chocolate chips ½ cup semisweet chocolate chips Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine butter,
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vanilla, salt and sugars in a large bowl and beat together with a wooden spoon until well blended. Stir in ﬂour until just mixed; add two cups of chips and nuts. Press the dough evenly into a 15x10-inch jelly roll pan. Bake for 15-25 minutes until light golden brown. (Check after 15 minutes then watch carefully, since these cookies can quickly burn around the edges). Let cool on wire rack. Melt the ½ cup of chocolate chips in the microwave (50 per cent power for one minute); stir until melted, then drizzle over the cooled cookies. Once the chocolate has hardened break cookies into irregular pieces.
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Toast the wheat germ and sesame seeds together in a dry skillet over medium heat – just until they turn slightly golden and smell toasty. ¾ cup lightly packed brown sugar 2 ⁄3 cup peanut butter ½ cup light corn syrup or liquid honey ½ cup butter, melted 2 tsp vanilla 2½ cups quick-cooking rolled oats ½ cup coconut ½ cup sunﬂower kernels ½ cup raisins or dried cranberries 1 ⁄3 cup toasted wheat germ 2 Tbsp toasted sesame seeds ½ cup mini chocolate chips Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 13x9x2inch pan. In a large bowl combine brown sugar, peanut butter, syrup, butter and vanilla and blend well. Add remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly (you might want to use your hands – messy but it works better). Press evenly and ﬁrmly into prepared pan (easier if you place a piece of waxed paper on top and press with that). Bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown. Cool for one hour then cut into bars; wrap each bar in plastic wrap.
The Coho Society of the North Shore needs
The Coho Festival is the largest environmental event on the North Shore and there are lots of ways to get involved and have fun at the same time. Bring a friend with you and help with the set up in the morning, the take down in the afternoon or one of the many events that make up the Festival. If you want to be involved in this year’s biggest ever Coho Festival, call the Coho ofﬁce at 604-926-6956 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lettuce wraps are juicy eating
From page 25
and a stack of iceberg lettuce for wrapping it all up. It’s a contrast in cool and crunchy with warm and salty and it makes for messy, juicy eating that requires extra napkins. Our favourite dish of all though was the Rendang Beef Curry, a creamy coconut-infused curry swimming with carrots, celery and green beans, plus thick wedges of beef that had been slowly simmered until it fell apart at the touch of our forks. Dessert was included with our lunch; it changes daily. We guessed ours was mango tapioca, but were surprised to ﬁnd out it was pumpkin, softly sweet, with chewy pearls of tapioca. Talk about an adventure in dining — you could return to 2S repeatedly and try something brand-new each time. Perhaps best of all, it was affordable. Lunch specials are $7.50, but we ordered from the regular menu and left with enough food for dinner too. Our bill was $28.73, including HST. 2S Green Asian Cuisine is at 1195 Marine Dr., North Vancouver. Call 604-9809138 for information or take out.
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Wine Maker’s Dinner AN EVENING OF FABULOUS FOOD & WINE Chef Joel Green prepares a six course menu to compliment the expertly crafted wines of Hester Creek wine maker, Robert Summers. September 15 | Reception & Dinner | 6:30pm
Join Robert and our special guest, celebrated food & wine commentator, Jurgen Gothe, as they reveal the nuances and subtleties of each wine and food course.
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2S Green Asian Cuisine chef Ken Hu and owner Kathryn Zheng with a few of the dishes available at the new restaurant.
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food calendar From page 25 chef de cuisine Edison Mays. Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011: Rub Class, 5:30 p.m. $15; dinner, 6:30 p.m. $85 plus tax and gratuity. For reservations call Marsha Morrish at 250764-8866 ext 370 or email email@example.com. . Enchanted Evenings Dinner Package: Enjoy dinner and music in Vancouver’s Chinatown with a package that includes a pre-concert menu from Wild Rice
Restaurant and a ticket to the “Enchanted Evenings” music series on Fridays until Sept. 2 at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Packages are $46 and can be purchased by calling 604662-3207, ext. 209. Pit Masters and Pour Masters: Re-Up BBQ will team up with Tantalus Vineyards to hold a summer barbecue Sunday, Sept. 4, 4-10:30 p.m. on the terrace at the Waldorf Hotel, 1489 East Hastings St., Vancouver. Admission is $20 for all you can eat. Tickets and info: www.reupbbq.com. Boots Across the Bridge: The District of North Vancouver
Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society and the Capilano Suspension Bridge team up for this charity wine event from 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 9. Tickets are $100 and include wine, food and more. Visit bootsacrossthebridge. com for information.
feastofﬁelds.com, Choices Markets or Krause Berry Farms. — compiled by Debbie Caldwell
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Feast of Fields: Taste the very best of B.C. at this gourmet wandering harvest festival, Sunday. Sept. 11, 1-5 p.m. The fundraising event for FarmFolk CityFolk — a program that supports community-based sustainable food systems — will be hosted by Krause Berry Farms, 6179 248th St., Langley. Tickets for the event are $85 and can be purchased at www.
They’re so adorable when they’re having fun. (So are the kids.) At Timbits Soccer, everyone gets into the game. Kids make new friends, and parents have fun cheering them on. Your local Tim Hortons is proud to support the over 9,200 boys and girls who play Timbits soccer in the Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley area.
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Karen and Laurie Craddock Verda and Dick McDonald
On Aug. 25, 1956, sisters Karen and Verda Peden wed Laurie Craddock and Dick McDonald in a double ceremony in Brandon, Man. (at right). The McDonalds (above left) recently visited the Craddocks in North Vancouver to celebrate their 55th anniversaries.
Lindsay and Christopher Vernon Bruce and Gerry Vernon of West Vancouver announce the marriage of their son Christopher Vernon to Lindsay MacKinnon, daughter of Colin and Leah MacKinnon of Bedford, N.S. The wedding took place on June 18, 2011, in Halifax, N.S.
Bill and June Tivy
Michael and Jenny Evans
Bill and June Tivy wed in Alexander, Man. on Sept. 1, 1951. The couple will celebrate their 60th anniversary with family and friends this weekend, and are sent much love by their children Janice, Debra and Brian.
Longtime West Vancouver residents Michael and Jenny Evans were married in Thorverton, Devon in the U.K. on Aug. 21, 1971. Family and friends send congratulations on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary.
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BC HYDRO SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT WORK BC Hydro will be making system improvements that will require the installation of duct banks (underground utility trenches). The work will take place in North Vancouver along 4th St. E. from St. David’s Avenue to just west of Lonsdale Avenue. The work will begin on or around September 6, 2011 and will take approximately 2 months to complete. The hours of work are Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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Single lane alternating trafﬁc will be maintained in the construction area. Parking restrictions may be in effect along 4th St. E. on both north and south sides of the street at one-half block intervals as work progresses. Residents will be provided with notices in advance of parking restrictions.
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Behind every work zone cone is a worker in a vulnerable position. Each cone stands for someone’s father, mother, son, or daughter. That’s why it’s important to know that thousands of people working by the roadside in B.C. are counting on you to slow down and drive with care when approaching a “cone zone.“ WorkSafeBC.com NEWS photo Cindy Goodman
All dolled up
The District of North Vancouver Fire Fighters' Charitable Society & The Capilano Suspension Bridge Park Present: Tickets include:
One entry to WIN 2 return tickets anywhere WestJet flies!
Only 150 tickets available!
MONIQUE Choptuik (left), Doreen Marlor, Loraine Bundy, Yvonne Young, Anne Love and Robin Reid are among 11 members of Coast Character Doll Artists who are showcasing their whimsical creations in the foyer at Ron Andrews recreation centre through Sept. 18.
Rocket’s joy in reading is lovingly depicted
From page 24
Charity Wine Event
In Support of the B.C. Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund
Friday, September 9th, 2011 7-10pm
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - 3735 Capilano Rd. North Vancouver
(non refundable) Wine, Food, Silent Auction and much more...
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writing words in the snow and spelling everything he encounters. In the spring, the bird returns to her star student and they settle in to read and read and read. Rocket looks a little bit like a younger relative of Harry, of Harry the Dirty Dog fame, although he has his own personality. He is eager and earnest and a real keener in the classroom. The illustrations in this oversize offering are charming and gently humorous and help to reveal the happy-golucky student’s relationship with his dedicated teacher. Rocket’s joy in reading is aptly depicted in several double-page illustrations. His “waggy tail” shows he is clearly planning on continuing to develop his newfound skill and he and his teacher have become fast friends at the end of the story. Give this to the new reader in your home or classroom. Some other books to do with reading and school are as follows:
■ Adventure Annie Goes to Kindergarten, by Toni Buzzeo; ■ The First Day of School, by Toby Forward; ■ The Hair of Zoe Fleefenbacher Goes to School, by Laurie Hales Anderson; ■ Hooray for Reading Day!, by Margery Cuyler; ■ How Do Dinosaurs Go to School?, by Jane Yolen; ■ How Do You Read to a Rabbit?, by Andrea Wayne von Konigslow; ■ How to Teach a Slug to Read, by Susan Pearson; ■ Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten?, by Audrey Vernick; ■ Little Rabbit Goes to School, by Harry Horse, and ■ On the First Day of Grade School, by Emily Brenner. Fran Ashdown is the children’s librarian at the Capilano Branch of the North Vancouver District Public Library. Her mother taught her the wonderful alphabet and she has never looked back! For more library information, check out www.nvdpl.ca.
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what’s going on
North and West Vancouver, a volunteer service organization for business and professional women, meets on the second Wednesday of each month, September to June, 7 p.m. Info and location: 604-980-0108 or sinorth. westvancouver@soroptimist. net. Guests are welcome.
From page 21 tour of Holland, Belgium and France. Rehearsals are Wednesdays from 7:45 to 9:45 p.m. at West Vancouver United Church, 2062 Esquimalt Ave. New members welcome. Info: Gerald van Wyck, music director, 604-808-5231 or www.paciﬁcspiritchoir.ca.
SpeakerHub Toastmasters meets every Wednesday, 5:457:15 p.m. in the Education Centre at 1044 St. Georges Ave., North Vancouver. Guests are welcome. Info: Gordon at 604-986-3179 or gbl@ netsplash.ca.
reVive Vocal Ensemble is expanding and inviting young women, 19 years and over, to join their group, which rehearses Wednesdays, 6:45-9 p.m. at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, 885 22nd St., West Vancouver. Info: Tiffany, 604-813-8433 or email@example.com.
Bingo: Every Thursday, 6-10 p.m. at the North Shore Alano Club, 176 East Second St., North Vancouver. Info: 604987-4141.
Soroptimist International of
Canadian Federation of University Women: The North Vancouver chapter of this national organization committed to improving women’s status and human rights meets on the second Thursday of every month, September to May, 7 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion, 123 West 15th St., North Vancouver. Info: 604-9801274 or www.vcn.bc.ca/cfuwns/. Chancel Choir: New members are invited to join the choir, which practices on Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. starting Sept. 8 at St. Andrew’s United Church, 1044 St. Georges Ave., North Vancouver. No experience necessary. Info: www.st-andrews-united.ca or 604-985-0408. Community Lunch: Come and enjoy lunch with other people in the neighbourhood,
Thursdays, noon to 1 p.m. Hosted by the Sharing Abundance Association at St. Andrew’s United Church, 1044 St. Georges Ave., North Vancouver. Free, but donations are gratefully accepted. Info: www.st-andrews-united.ca or 604-985-0709. Deep Cove Bookworms: A book club that meets the second Thursday of the month, starting Sept. 8, 7-9 p.m. in a private home. New members welcome. The group chooses the books; primarily ﬁction (both classic and modern). Email firstname.lastname@example.org for location and info. — compiled by Debbie Caldwell Email information for your non-proﬁt, by donation or nominal fee event to listings@ nsnews.com. For our online listings, go to www.nsnews.com, scroll to Community Events and click on Add Your Event.
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Adventure girl CHILDREN’S book author Darlene Foster meets with readers in Horseshoe Bay at Lalli Loves It!, Starﬁre’s in-store boutique, to sign copies of her books, Amanda in Spain and Amanda in Arabia. The chapter books chronicle the travel adventures of 12-year-old Amanda Ross.
Help your teen prepare for his next step in life From page 23
When kids are around 12 years old it’s a good idea to let them know what the expectations will be after they ﬁnish high school. If they are older and have dropped out, you can still have this conversation. My advice is to let your children know that while they are students you will support them. Once they are ﬁnished with their studies, it’s time to get a job. Young adults who are living at home are just that — adults, no longer kids. Adults are expected to pay room and board. They are also to do their share of the work needed to maintain a home. This goes further than simply chores. It’s now time for them to become involved in home repairs, laundry, cooking, food shopping and cleaning. In other words, they help with whatever is needed on a daily basis. In this way you are not only recognizing that they are now living as adults, they are learning the skills they will need to become independent and be out on their own. When you tell your younger kids about this, it’s easy. It’s just letting them look forward to the next step in their life. In the same way you talk to them about going to high school, you mention the step beyond graduation. When your child has already dropped out the challenge is to present this information in a matter-of-fact way so that it’s not a punishment but instead simply an expectation. A child who has dropped out has a reason and needs your support but he also needs to understand the realities of his choice. Kathy Lynn is a parenting expert who is a professional speaker, broadcaster, columnist and author of Who’s In Charge Anyway? and But Nobody Told Me I’d Ever Have to Leave Home. For information or to book Kathy for a speaking engagement, go to her website at www.ParentingToday.ca
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YOUR NORTH SHORE GUIDE to THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY
Crofts, Seabrook represent Canada at University Games Andy Prest email@example.com
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NORTH Vancouver’s Spencer Watt makes an acrobatic play against the Montreal Alouettes earlier this season. The Windsor secondary grad is putting up some nice numbers for Toronto in his second CFL season.
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BACK-TO-BACK CFL ACTION B.C. @ Toronto Friday, Sept. 2 4:30 p.m. PST Toronto @ B.C. Saturday, Sept. 10 1 p.m. PST Final Lions game at Empire Stadium
THE B.C. Lions begin a critical home and home series against the Argonauts Friday in Toronto and North Vancouver’s Spencer Watt will be there hoping to catch some of the action. Growing up a Lions fan watching the likes of Paris Jackson and Geroy Simon perform, you’d think the Windsor secondary grad would be cheering on the Leos like any good B.C. boy would. But that’s not the case at all — he’ll be the one trying to put a dagger into B.C.’s up-and-down season. Now in his second year as a receiver in the CFL, Watt is an emerging non-import star for the Argos who currently ranks ﬁfth on the team in catches and yards. He’ll be in the starting lineup Friday at Rogers Centre as well as the return game Sept. 10, the ﬁnal CFL game to be played at the temporary Empire Stadium before the Lions move back to BC Place. “It’s weird growing up watching the B.C. Lions and now I’m playing against them, at home,” Watt told the North Shore News in a phone interview from Toronto Monday. Both B.C. and Toronto have struggled to start the season and both are battling to stay out of the basement in their respective conferences while also working to stay ahead of each other in the event there is an opportunity to make the CFL’s six-team playoffs as a crossover team. “Any game that you win is crucial because the season is only 18 games. But in our current situation being 2-6 and B.C. being 2-6 also, if we can come out with two wins over top of B.C. it’ll be a huge game changer.” The B.C. faithful will be out in full force for Empire’s last game but there will be a sizeable section rooting for Watt too — at least 60 family and friends already bought tickets, said Watt, and that doesn’t include his old North Vancouver Minor Hockey team that is having a reunion that weekend and planning to attend the game and throw a tailgate party in Watt’s honour. Watt grew up watching football at BC Place but the open-air magic of Empire made an impression on him when the Argos visited last year. “I like the atmosphere at the stadium, I like how the fans are right close to the bench. . . . It’s good to know that there’s a lot of history behind that stadium even though it’s not the actual Empire Stadium but the rebuilt one.” While Watt may know a bit about the history of the game here, he doesn’t have a very long history of his own with the sport.
Growing up playing hockey and basketball, Watt didn’t try football until Grade 12 when a classmate told him the team needed another receiver. Watt showed up to practice and went on to help lead Windsor secondary to a AA provincial title. After high school came an unsatisfying stint with Minot State University in North Dakota before he came back to B.C. to help turn Simon Fraser from a perennial loser into a championship contender. Though he didn’t put up eye-popping stats at SFU the Argos liked what they saw from Watt at a scouting combine and made him a third round draft choice in the spring of 2010. All of Watt’s receiving yards combined from high school through university and into a year-and-a-half of pro football would not add up to the CFL single season record of 2,036 yards set by Allen Pitts. His lack of experience has made for a steep learning curve but Watt has taken it all in stride. “Last year I came in as a rookie, didn’t really get too much playing time but I worked my way up,” he said. “This is a year really to judge how I play up against all these pros and see if I can hang with all these players. So far, so good — it could be a lot See Lions page 32
WATT and his Toronto teammates will take on the B.C. Lions in a home-and-home series starting Friday.
WEST Vancouver’s Helen Crofts ﬁnished sixth in the 800-m ﬁnal in track and ﬁeld at the Summer Universiade, falling shy of the podium at Shenzhen Universiade Center Stadium in Shenzhen, China Aug. 18. TheSimonFraserUniversity student started with a fast opening lap but faded on lap 2, posting a time of 2:04.40, two seconds off her semiﬁnal time in the event. “It’s been a long season and my legs were just tired, this was a really fast group of girls who are gearing up for the World Championships,” Crofts said in a Canadian Interuniversity Sport press release. “I’m happy to have competed here, and I really hope that I have the opportunity to come back and compete again (at a Universiade).” Crofts, a West Vancouver secondary grad, is entering her senior year at SFU. In her junior year she broke the NAIA indoor 800-m record and was named SFU female athlete of the year. North Vancouver’s Julie Seabrook also made the trip to China, helping the Canadian women’s basketball team to a sixth-place ﬁnish at the Universiade, the team’s best ﬁnish in the tournament since 2001. The Canadian women ﬁnished with a 3-3 record in the tournament, losing to Australia in the quarterﬁnals and Russia in the ﬁfth-sixth game, their second loss to Russia in the tournament. Canada registered wins over Poland and Finland as well as a default win over no-shows South Africa. “I’m really proud of the girls. I think overall we had a very good tournament. We beat the teams we were supposed to beat,” said Team Canada and University of Saskatchewan head coach Lisa Thomaidis in a CIS press release. “It was hard for us to play the Russians twice. They are so imposing physically, they have four players over six-footﬁve, including one who’s sixfoot-nine. They are a team that expected to be in the ﬁnal.” Seabrook is entering her senior year at the NCAA’s University of Colorado.
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Spin control CANADA’S Max Xia competes in the cadet division at the International Table Tennis Federation’s Double Fish 2011 Canadian Junior & Cadet Open held Aug. 18-21 at the Capilano University Sportsplex. Players from around the world competed in the international event, ﬁlling 15 tables with action at the Capilano gym.
better but I’m young to the game.” Watt has already surpassed his reception and yardage totals from last season in just seven games this year but he still feels like he has a lot to learn. “I still feel like a rookie,” he said. “All of the other receivers still see me as like a rookie. There’s always that room for improvement. I’m still young, I’m still looking to have that breakout game this year like I had last year. We’ll see what happens.” The breakout game he’s referring to was the last game of the 2010 regular season when Watt torched Montreal — who would go on to win the Grey Cup three weeks later — for six catches and 140 yards with two touchdowns. “That’s what I needed,” said Watt. “I needed that for a conﬁdence boost, I just needed it to see where I was at and if I could actually play and be a playmaker among all these other players. All these players are fast, they’re quick, they’re playmakers, they know the game.” His goal over the next few seasons is to establish himself as a go-to Canadian receiver who can be mentioned alongside other established stars such as Saskatchewan’s Andy Fantuz — currently trying out for the Chicago Bears — and longtime Lions staple Paris Jackson, himself a North Vancouver product who is battling through injury and a lack of playing time this season. “I want to establish myself as one of those top Canadian receivers but right now I’ve got a long way to go,” he said, adding that he does not know Jackson personally but has appreciated the Carson Graham grad’s game for a long time. “I always used to watch him,” he said. “It kind of inspires you to be a better player because you know that Canadian players can actually play in this CFL.” Watt, however, would like nothing more to sink the Lions further down the standings. The Argos play B.C. twice in a row followed by a matchup with Saskatchewan, the other Western team that is sitting near the bottom of the league. “The three next games are really crucial, we’re kind of taking it as playoffs,” said Watt. If he and they Argos have their way they could have Lions fans shedding a few tears about more than just the end of the second Empire era.
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DICKENSON, Alistair Frederick Following a gracious life and a peaceful death, the family of Alistair Frederick Dickenson announces his passing in Vancouver on August 8, 2011 at the age of 90. Alistair (Dick) was born on January 22, 1921 in Muir of Ord, Scotland. Following a distinguished career in the RAF Ferry Command during WWII, Dick continued for 40 years as an aviation navigator, first with the peace time RAF, then with both Canadian Pacific and Air Canada. He moved with his war bride, Lillie (nee Christie), to Vancouver in 1952. An animal lover, legendary walker, loyal friend and ever the gentleman, Dick was well loved in his Vancouver and Bowen Island communities. An only child, Dick’s passing is mourned and his life celebrated by his beloved Lil; sister-in-law, Laura Daze; brother-in-law, Charles Christie (Doreen); nephews James Christie (Janice, with Lil in B.C.); David Christie (Laurie); and nieces Janice Carrigy (Colin); and Elizabeth Irish (Joe); and greatnephews Andrew, Charles and Nicholas Christie; Alexander and Nicholas Carrigy; and Charles Irish; and countless friends across Canada and around the world. Special thanks to physicians, nurses and staff of Lion’s Gate Hospital, and to Mary, Gary and Jennifer of North Shore Hospice. Those who desire may consider a gift to the SPCA or CAWES (Bowen Island). Dick’s ashes will be privately dispersed, at his request, on Bowen Island and Muir of Ord.
KING, Sylvia Lilian Passed away peacefully on August 24, 2011 in Maple Ridge. Survived by her son David (Shelly); daughter Elaine (Richard); grandchildren Daniel, Dylan, Taylor, Emily and Ethan. A Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, September 3rd. Please contact Maple Ridge Funeral Chapel at 604-463-8121 for details. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Maple Ridge Mental Health would be appreciated. Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness - Lamentations 3:22-23 Condolences may be sent to www.mapleridgefuneral.ca
MACINTOSH, Adelaide Elizabeth (Betty) March 3, 1927-August 27, 2011 It is with heavy heart that we announce the passing of Betty MacIntosh. Betty was a strong survivor from the start and someone to admire. Having to grow and fight for life as a premature baby in front of the fireplace in her loving parents home in Ireland to living her final days in the care of Lynn Valley Manor. We will surely miss her and her many stories of the incredible life that this extraordinary woman led. Predeceased by her husband Bob and brother Robert, survived by her two sons David and Richard, their wives Melissa and Amy, grandchildren Carter, Kennedy and Mason, sisters Joy and Anna, and brother-in-laws Des and Vernon. Many other nieces, nephews, family and friends will surely be missing her. A Memorial Service will be held to honour her memory on Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 2:30pm at the Lynn Valley United Church, 3201 Mountain Hwy, North Vancouver. Reception to follow at the home of David and Melissa MacIntosh. If desired, in lieu of flowers donations can be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC and/or BC Cancer Foundation. Rest peacefully.
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Shouldice, Doris (Gove) 1924 - 2011 Doris was born in Brookside, SK. She was predeceased by her husband Ross Shouldice. Doris lived in several communities over the years, Wapella, SK, Virden, MB, Regina, SK, Edmonton, AB and North Vancouver, BC. Left with sad hearts, but wonderful memories, are her children Carol (Travis) Shouldice, Louise (Sam) Coutney and Bob (Brenda) Shouldice, seven grandchildren Tammie, Craig, Sonja, Celynn, Kamel, Dan and Jill, and five great grandchildren. No memorial service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
Cotter, Dorothea ’Dot’(nee Marshall) Feb 21,1917 - Aug 24, 2011 Sadly missed by her family, she passed away in West Van after a few months of ’down time’. ’Dot’ is survived by her son Dennis (Carol ), four grandchildren and five great grandchildren.Pre-deceased by her husband, Sid in 1970, and daughter, Judi in 2003. Cremation. A private family celebration will be held. No service by request. In memoriam donations can be made to WV United church memorial garden, BC Cancer Foundation or a charity of your choice. ’Dot’ had a passion for life and her friends were important to her. She had a yearning for travel that took her to many parts of the world, often with companions or family to share her inspirations. She loved to swim and golf; volunteered for many activities and events, and helped whoever she could. Devoted Grandma and Great Grandma.
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O’NEILL, Margaret (nee Heagney) Aug. 20, 1933 - Aug. 25, 2011 Margaret, age 78, passed away peacefully Thursday evening at the North Vancouver hospice, holding her rosary and surrounded by her family. This ended her brave and courageous struggle with the breast cancer that reappeared four years ago. Margaret is survived by her husband Leo of 55 years, and her six children; Bruce (Sue), Maureen (John), Glenn (Tracey), Brenda (Mike), Shane (Melissa) and Sharon (Geoff), her 12 wonderful grandchildren, and her sisters Anne and Agnes. A loving, giving and caring wife, mother and grandmother, Margaret gave tirelessly to her church, her community, and most of all, to her family. Nothing made Margaret happier than the love represented by a full dinner table with all her immediate family. She loved to hear every detail of her children’s lives and their families, and to help them in any and every way. She was also a beloved aunt to her many nieces, nephews and their families. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, 1360 E. 24th St., N.Van. on Saturday, September 3rd at 11am. Prayers during Friday evening Mass will be held at St. Stephen’s on Friday, September 2nd at 7pm. The family suggests donations in her name may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
PAULL, Anthony Christopher Gerald April 10, 1963 - August 27, 2011 It is with great sadness we announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Anthony Christopher ‘Chris’ Gerald Paull. Chris was born on April 10, 1963 and died on August 27, 2011. Chris is survived by his mother Mary Glendora ‘Diane’ Paull, father, Gerald ‘Jerry’ Bruce, mother & father In-law Dellsina Madeline & Stephen ‘Andy’ A.D. George, loving wife Angela Marlyne George. He will be missed by his brothers David Andrew Paull, Sean Landon William Paull, Anthony Fitzgerald Bruce, children Shayne Willis John Baker, Monique Julia Joseph, Mary Paulette Holly Joseph, Michael Jerimia Anthony Paull, Jonah William Achille Paull, Monica Marie Voisin, Douglas Clarence Small Legs (Vanessa), Clarence Matthew Small Legs. Chris was a proud grandfather to Jordan Alexis Baker, Robert Nolan Baker Edwards, Mason Christopher Lee Joseph, Lorraine Ethelyn Gonzales, Cynthia Cecelia Gonzales Small Legs, Sarai Tahra–Dawn Baker Small Legs, Teela Keetora Paul Small Legs. Chris was proud of his family and during his early years he grew up in Squamish and loved the outdoors; camping, fishing, hiking. He learned to carve at a young age and continued to carve throughout his life. He enjoyed hanging out and carving with his buddies. He will be missed by his family and many, many relatives and dear friends. A Prayer & Funeral Service will be held at Chief Joe Mathias Centre 100 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC on Tuesday, August 30th at 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday, August 31st at 10:00 a.m.
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BENGAL KITTENS, TICA reg. vet checked dewormed 1st shots $600, Mission 1-604-814-1235
2 LOVESEATS, Ethan Allen, offers. White chaise lounge $200. Glass top coffee table $50. 2 black night tables $40 ea. 604-817-7951
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MOVING EVERYTHING must go ! Sat & Sunday STE 808- 170 E. Keith Rd NV. 604-924-9540 Pair couches, wood table& 4/chairs, 2 forged steel/ glass coffee tbls, 2 nite tables, gas bbq, desk, 2 tvs, bookshelves, fax, printer & more.
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N. WEST. Reno’d 1 BR apt, 2nd flr. 670 sf. Prkg, swimming pool. Pet ok. $159,000. 778-397-0508
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Old Fashioned Life Lessons More of Grandmother’s sayings and what they taught us: • Responsibility: You made your bed, now sleep in it. • Loyalty: If you want a friend, be a friend. • Patience: A watched pot never boils. • Learning from experience: A smart cat never gets burned twice. • Moodiness: You got up on the wrong side of the bed. • Perseverance: Rome wasn’t built in a day. • Healthy choices: You are what you eat. • Diligence: Practice makes perfect. • To take your time and do a good job: Haste makes waste. • Caution: You’re walking on thin ice • Optimism: Every cloud has a silver lining. Information provided by: North Shore Child Care Resource Program, a service of North Shore Community Resources Society: 604-985-7138
301B Evergreen Drive
Large, 3 bdrm., 3 bath townhome. Three levels, approx. 1800 sq. ft. Features include: Lge. L/R with wood-burning ﬁreplace & view of greenbelt; den area with sep. laundry and storage. Top ﬂoor has 3 lge. bdrms, 4-pce. bath & 2-pce.ensuite.Closetoelementary school, beaches and parks.
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RENTALS Apartments & Condos
North Van Apt. Rentals
Apartments & Condos
North Van Apt. Rentals
City & Mtn. Views. Includes heat & hot water. Pool, Jacuzzi, sauna & tennis courts on site. Security & video monitoring. On major bus route.
144 W. 14th St MARLBOROUGH TOWER 1 BR ($1350/mo) 2 BR ($1700/mo). Avail Oct 1st. With balconies and spectacular views, well maintained, clean, quiet concrete highrise. Fabulous Central Lonsdale location, next to library, transit, shops and close to schools. Sorry, no pets. Heat and hot water included. Call 604-983-6920 to view.
1 BR $1000. large, bright, hardwood, ns, np, near seabus, quiet bldg. 604-618-8338
2 BR, $1100. 1 BR. $875 Oct. 1, central Lonsdale, heat/hot water incl’d, no pets, 604-986-6418
1 br, $980, large clean, 130 W 5th, incl heat hw, np, ns, refs, lease, immed 604-987-2761 1 BR, Chesterfeild & 15th, balc. $850 incl heat hot water, np, 1 yr lease, Sept 1, 604-800-9492
2 br a corner suite, 2nd flr of very quiet 3 story walk up, E. 15th St. large private balcony, north west exposure, new windows, dw, new carpet, venetian blinds, free laundry fac. no smoking & np, $1200. 604-830-0857 msg. 2 BR Condo, new paint, h/w flrs, inste w/d, 2 bath, pet ok, Ravenwoods, $1495/m. 778-938-9891 2&1BR, now/Oct 1., hardwood, central Londale, park view, ns, $1250 incl heat/hw 604-617-3602
CHILDCARE needed After-school pickup, delivery to/from activities, general care and light housekeeping. Must have own vehicle. Require Mon-Fri availability, 3-4 days/wk email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Little Paris Daycare at Harry Jerome Rec Centre
Now Accepting registrations for September. (30 mth - kindergarten)
★ Preschool spaces avail for September 2011. ★Kindergarten to Grade 1 before/after school care ★Transport to Braemar, Larson & Carisbrooke Schools Reg Now. 604-987-3168
Apartments & Condos
North Van Apt. Rentals
Bachelor 2 BR starting at $1450 Avail Now. Ocean view. Indoor pool. Concrete bldg. Heat & Hot Water incls. Call 604-986-3356 NORTH VAN, near all amens, large 1 br apt., Mtn view, $760 incls heat & h/w, suits 1 quiet adult, ns np Oct 1. 604-294-4502 WOODCROFT, 1 bdrm, enclosed balc, prkg, rec fac, new paint, utils incl, NS NP, $895 778-865-7455
West Van Apt. Rentals
1 BR, 2109 Bellevue. faces East, hardwood, hw & heat incl’d, Sept 1. np, ns, $1030, 604-986-1294
1 BR $1125 & $1295 large deck, new kitchen, bath & carpet, dw, ns, cat ok, lower Lonsdale, avail Oct. 1st. 604-988-1939 1 BR $945up 2 BR. $1275 Bach renod, $780. Lynn Valley No dogs no Smoking 604-980-9219
GREAT LOCATION! 145 West Keith Road.
1989 Marine Drive NORTH VANCOUVER
Bach from $815 1 Bdrm from $1020 2 Bdrm from $1515
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ENGLISH Bulldogs CKC Reg, Sold w$500 of free boarding at our country kennel. 1 huge boy remaining. BulldogsBC.com ONLY $1,500. 604 898-9044 or email: email@example.com. PB GERMAN shepherd pups, black & tan, 9 weeks old, 1st shots, vet✔, $650 604-856-7405
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3 BR, 1.5 Bath, hardwood, 1 mi. east of 2nd Narrows, , incl heat/ hw, prkg, pool, no pets, $1450. 604-929-0632.. 929-1389 326 WEST 1st St. 1 br view $825 & up. Nr seabus, secure prkg, no pets. Avail immed. 604-983-6916
530 Raven Woods Dr. 1BR+den, water pond+patio, 750sf, lease, no pet, no smoking, $1400, Sept 1, Eric 604-723-7368(Prop. Mgt.) BACH, corner, small bldg. 23/Lonsdale, $730 incl utils, np, ns, avail Oct 1. 604-986-4927 BACH, LARGE $765, hardwood, heat, hot water, upper Lonsdale, Oct. 1, ns np 604-202-3458 Beautiful Large Suites 2 BR $1290. Renovated. Avail Oct 15. Heat, h/w, prkg. Lease 604-787-1187
1 bdrm- $1,025-$1250 Spacious, pool, storage, heat & hw, dw, quiet,
concrete, by shops, Cat Ok
1 floor waterfront, 2800 sf, 3 br, den, sub penthouse, West Van, $6,995 long term only 604-926-9818
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! 1BR & Bach 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
WHITEHALL APT’S 1640 Esquimalt Ave Studio $870 M-Fri 990-2971Wknds 604-926-9997
For Sale by Owner
Sell your home, only $99. 604-574-5243 Chilliwack fully reno’d 3400sf 3br 3ba character home $458,900 795-2997 id5402 New Westminster 638sf 1br condo, near Royal Centre $159,900 525-8577 id5142 New Westminster updated 670sf 1br condo, pool $159,800 778-397-0508 id5230 Sry Clayton 2400sf 4br 3.5ba 2 sun decks suite potential $495K 576-6404 id5416
Houses - Sale
* WE BUY HOUSES * Est 1999 Older Home! Home needs repairs! Need to Sell Quickly! Call us First! ( 604 ) 626-9647
1 BR, bsmt Award Winning heritage, faux wood floor, coffee bar, French doors, alarm, suits 1, ns, np, $1100 incl utils 604-990-9459 1 BR + small den, Sept 1, bright, clean, fully furnished & equipped, inlc’d wd, hydro & cable, private entry on garden level, ns, np, East 4th, $1250, 604-644-8590 or 604-990-0981
A SHORT STAY Renos, family, execs, 1, 2 br p/house. Also avail 6 mth winter rates 604-987-2691
Grand Manor Guest House Furn rooms/suites, daily rental, ns grandmanor.net 604-988-6082 HOMAWAY INNS Specializing in furn accom at reas rates. call 604-723-7820 or visit www.homawayinns.com
Houses - Rent
3 BR+DEN, 2full bath, cul-de-sac, nr park/rec/school Mt Seymour, $2,400 Sept 604-929-7775 * 604-375-9070 firstname.lastname@example.org
4 BDRM, 2 bath, AMBLESIDE, Park Royal, N/S N/P, refs, lease. $2450. Call 604-329-0126 4 BR, 2 1/2 bath, nr school & village Caulfeild, 2600sf view, private, $2950. 604-729-9579 AMBLESIDE, 4 BR, 3 BA, partial view, all appl, NOW, $2900 604-222-3189 OR 604-319-3798
CHARMING AMBLESIDE Character Home, Ocean Views! 4 Br 3 baths, 3000 sf, very pretty home with french doors opening up to a private garden, patio with gas heater & gas firepit. New appls, garage, n/s. $3500 + util. Avail immed. Kim Hambling 604-218-7988, Angell Hasman & Assoc. Realty FAMILY 5 BR, 2 full baths, 2 carport, beautiful lot, Capilano area, quiet St, Sept 1, ns, pet friendly, $2800, 1 yr lease, refs reqd. Ray 604-805-8684
LOWER CAULFEILD, approx 2000 sf retail, high visibility, excellent rates, 604-922-4138
Houses - Sale
CENTRAL LOCATION ABBOTFORD 4 level split, 3 BR., 2 ½ baths, double att. garage, large dble. lot fully landscaped with large work/garden shed. Updated throughout incl. oak floor and pot lights in the kitchen, new en suite, new window coverings, new paint inside and out, new roof and completed basement with wet bar plus intercom/ radio system up and down. Great for medium to large family – lots of room to install pool or play area in the backyard. Good neighbors who have lived on this street for years – well looked after properties. $479,000 (this price includes all appliances) and some furniture negotiable. Call for appointment to view 604-855-7033 or cell. 604-807-8441. For sale by owner. No realtors
1 BR, bright garden ste, suits 1, ns np, own w/d, nr amen, N Van, immed, $840. 604-838-1936 msg 1 BR bsmt ste, new home, Edgemont Blvd, $700 incls hydro, Sept 15th. 604-616-6443 1 BR garden level, Upper Lonsdale, furn/unfurn, $850, avail NOW, cat ok, ns 604-984-8242 1 BR ground level suite, lower Lonsdale, heat & laundry incl, NS/NP $650/mo, Sept.15/Oct.1 604-980-2656 2 BDRM, Lynn Valley, $900 incls utils, n/s, n/p, own entry, reno’d. avail now. Call 604-984-9912 2 Br AMBLESIDE bsmt suite, hardwood, all appls. ns, no pets, $1295/mo, Sept 1, 778-668-6452 2 BR+DEN, large sundeck, gas fp, garden lvl, nr ammen, shrd wd, ns np, cat ok, $1550+50% utils avail Oct. 1st. 604-985-3209 3 BR, 1.5 bath, upper flr, incld heat, light, fp, garage, dw, new reno, central Lonsdale, ns, np, avail Oct 1, $1995, 604-925-1036 3 BR, central Lonsdale, fp, fenced garden sunny deck, 1.5 bath wd, ns, np, $1485, 604-921-6410 5 BR. or 3 br, Edgemont Blvd. share yard, own wd, $3750 or $1850 ns, np, now, 604-767-3727 BACH GROUND Flr suite, Upper Lonsdale, $650 incls. N/P, N/S. Avail now, 604-986-7894 aft 6pm EDGEMONT 1br+den, radiant flrs, wd, i/net, satellite, ns np, max 2, $1250incl Oct 1. 604-985-7267 HORSESHOE BAY 2 bdrm ste, utils & i/net incl $800/mth, np, ns, avail Sept 15/11 604-922-4239
3 BR, 2.5bath, New Reno W 16 N. Van. fp, 2 levels, large balc. garage, storage, wd, ns, np, now, $2500+utils, 604-926-5929 3 BR nr Edgemont, 1.5bath. deck by stream, new carpet, 5appls, fp ns, cat ok $1895, 604-922-9400
Wanted To Rent
2BDRM/1BTH North Shore Resp.couple with a child seeking clean1-2bedrm (bsmt.fine) Avail for childcare/clean/etc.for red.rent.Exc.ref. Call: (604) 781-6458 WANTED 2BR apt near Lions Gate Hosp. buy/rent. insuite wd, wheel chair access 604-729-1884
LARGE FURN room in apt, use of kitchen & laundry, incls prkg & utils. Sept 1st 604-925-3186
Call 604-630-3300 to place your ad
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Collectibles & Classics
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1997 CADILLAC Concours, 149k, V8 auto, beige, sunroof, leather, pwr $4500 604-472-0454
FOR COMPLETE CARS!!! CALL: 604-880-8420 or 604-277-9021
1983 MERCEDES 280SL, rare 6 cyl, conv. blue, auto, exc cond. $9900obo, Mike 778-999-0155
Sport Utilities/ 4x4’s/Trucks
Scrap Car Removal
1997 FORD 150 XLT, maroon, 1 owner, no accidents, air, seats 3, already to head south for the winter. Full RV package incl trailer brake system, canopy is lined, cab upholstery & carpet shampooed, engine pressure washed. Looks like new. Aircared valid Aug, 2013. 171,000 mi. $4500 obo. 604-922-6695
1998 HONDA CIVIC SI. Coupe, 5 speed, A/C, sunroof, power locks, power tinted windows, black ext., gray int., Pioneer stereo. 247,000 km. Rebuilt engine, new clutch, timing belt & water pump replaced in last 2 years. Ideal for students! Only $2,800! Call 604-996-1903
Sports & Imports
2011 MAXUM Wild 31 QBS – Kitchen slide, Open spacious lite weight trailer. Save $8,500 below cost @ $23,999 Clearance Price No Trade (Stk. D10-48) gowest.com 604-528-3900 DL #9676
BRONCO S Metzeler/Zodiac 10ft long, incl oars, utility seat & pump, like new, $500, 604-922-8814
2003 COROLLA auto, like new, 122,000 kms, grey, must sell due to illness. $7200 604-824-6698
2003 VW Passat wagon, 1.8L turbo, 117K, grey, 5 spd, great shape, $8300 obo, 604-715-0357
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2005 HONDA Hybrid Accord, Exc. cond., auto, silver, black leather int., 4dr., detailed, stereo, 6cyl., fully serviced, 80,000 k’s, great mpg! $13,900 604-541-2520
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2011 MAXUM Wild 28 BRS – Bedroom Slide. Lite WT trailer; open floorplan. Save $7,500 below cost @ $21,500 Clearance Price – No Trade (Stk. D10-47) go-west.com 604-528-3900 DL #9676
1994 RV 30ft Pinnacle 37K, many options, great cond. queen bed, 1 owner, $17,900, 604-922-8814
2004 32 Ft. Arctic Fox 30U 25,900 2 slides, $11,000 of aftermarket extras, solar,new tires (604) 393-7757 email@example.com 2007 Komfort Kampsite Trailer 8,000 kms, 23ft, mint condition, a/c, new batteries, cover, power jack, 3 appliances, full bath, $14,950 Call: (604) 946-5505
CLEANING SERVICE. Reas rates, specializing in homes. Guar work. Refs avail. 604-715-4706 EUROPEAN QUALITY Housecleaning, reliable, exp , ref’s avail, also Move In or Out, 604 760-7702 MAUREEN’S MAID SERVICE 1 time/reg/move outs $25/hr. 2 hr min. incl all supplies. 604-681-1337 firstname.lastname@example.org TWO LITTLE LADIES WITH BIG MOPS. Your one stop cleaning shop!!... Call 778-395-6671
CONCRETE FORMING & framing. Concrete work. 20 years exp. Call John 604-562-1122
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