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Preschool programs, expressive art therapy, nutrition classes — welcome to the Richmond Food Bank. “People don’t know about all the things that going on here. That’s the message we want to get out,” explained Margaret Hewlett, executive director of the Richmond Food Bank. In fact, Hewlett doesn’t like to refer to the food bank as a warehouse, because although it does warehouse food, that image doesn’t do justice to the cozy little corner set up for library time. Nor does it reflect the food bank’s “ageless volunteerism” initiative in which teens and seniors work together to sort food, enjoy a nutritious lunch and take advantage of other services, such as expressive art therapy. Hewlett stresses that the food bank has no intention of duplicating what other community groups are doing, “but we can provide a link.” One of the challenges community groups have is in connecting with the very people they aim to serve. If a family is in crisis, for example, they might not have the time or resources to look into a quality preschool program or get to a health clinic. But they need dinner and will show up at the food bank. “We like to think of ourselves as a hub, that people can come and get food and get connected.” As such, Richmond Addictions Services, Vancouver Coastal Health as well as Pathways, a clubhouse for people with mental health issues, all now have a presence at the food $
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The Richmond Food Bank’s Jennifer Au reads stories to some children as their parents line up for a parcel of food. Preschool programs, expressive art therapy and nutrition classes are also on offer at the Food Bank. bank. But, while the job of linking Christmas Drive. This is when peopeople up with other resources is ple are most willing to give.” important, food is still the bread and This year the Richmond News butter of the operation. And the fact is partnering with the Richmond is that, in this land of plenty, there is Food Bank to help ensure families still an astonishing lack of it for so and individuals have food and the many in our community. resources they need. According to We’re asking readthe annual Food ers to drop off food at Bank Canada report the Richmond News Richmond FOOD BANK and a staff team will released last month, Society the number of people spend a day volunteerusing food banks in ing at the facility. Canada remains near Moreover, we’re record high, two years launching a series after the end of the last recession. about the food bank in which we’ll The study shows that during a tell you more about the services snapshot month in 2011, more than offered there and who uses them. 850,000 people relied on food handWe will also look into how it is outs. While hunger isn’t seasonal, it’s that a temporary emergency food Christmas that fuels the whole year, outlet established in 1981 evolved said Hewlett. into an institutionalized second tier “We really depend on our of Canada’s social assistance system.
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We will question the notion of philanthropy. While corporations and individuals often show great generosity in supporting the food bank, some argue that the economic system those same corporations and individuals benefit from is what’s creating the need for food banks in the first place. To quote Martin Luther King Jr., “Philanthropy is commendable, but it must not cause the philanthropist to overlook the circumstances of economic injustice which make philanthropy necessary.” And then there is the role of government and Hewlett’s belief that governments too often adopted a corporate model, much to the disadvantage of society as a whole. So, watch for our series, which will run over the next few weeks, leading into the season of giving.
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A young Richmond woman, once a contestant in the Miss BC pageant, is among the 25 suspected Stanley Cup rioters charged by the Crown. Sophie Laboissonniere, 20, faces charges of breaking and entering and participating in a riot. The two Laboissonniere charges laid against Laboissonniere are part of a 61-charge dossier approved by the Crown, as recommended last month by the Vancouver Police Department (VPD). The former McMath secondary student, a budding interior designer, entered the 2010 Miss BC contest and featured in a Richmond News article about the local entrants. Since the riot in June, it’s been an exhaustive process for the VPD and Crown to get to the stage of actual charges being laid. “We are very encouraged by the approval of these 61 charges and we see Progress page 4 09143553
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Another ‘temporary’ artwork may stay Biennale organizers ask city to hold onto the piece until next year
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Another unwanted Biennale artwork looks set for an extended stay in Richmond. Organizers of the “temporary” public art exhibition have asked the City of Richmond to hold onto Wind Waves at Garry Point Park until the end of next summer. The piece — which resembles a giant wavy, red ball — has been a fixture in the park since the 18-month exhibition kicked off in the fall of 2009. But since the event ended in the spring of this year, Vancouver Biennale has been unable to sell the artwork, which has been valued in the past at around $400,000. If they do find a buyer between now and the end of August 2012, the piece will move on. Until then, Biennale has requested the people of Richmond enjoy Wind Waves for the time being and it be included in the organization’s educational program, “Big Ideas,” for the remainder of the school year. “An extension to the exhibition at Garry Point Park would continue to be a benefit to the artistic and cultural enrichment of the city,” wrote the city’s public art planner, Eric Fiss, in a report which will be presented to the parks and recreation committee this week. “The extended temporary exhibition … will continue to offer many opportunities to enrich the city’s cultural fabric, promote tourism, advance art education and provide a legacy of community engagement.” Wind Waves, along with the other temporary Biennale works of art, are due to be removed at the end of this year. Should city council agree to allow Wind Waves to stay a little longer, the Biennale will be responsible for all maintenance and insurance coverage for risk of loss, release and indemnity. The Biennale will also be responsible for all
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Wind Waves, a piece from the 2009 Biennale, may stay at Garry Point Park until next summer. costs associated with the removal of the work from the site. The News reported last month that the new owner of another Biennale piece — Water #10, at River and Cambie roads — asked the city to hold onto the artwork for another year or two until a new housing development in north Richmond is ready to receive it. Developer David Chung, who bought the piece for an undisclosed price, told the city he won’t be ready to relocate the artwork to his new Parc Riveria development on River Drive until 2013. Like Wind Waves, all costs associated with keeping the artwork in its location will be borne by the owner.
Despite publicity, good and bad, surrounding the 18-month long Biennale, only Water #10 out of the 15 exhibits in Vancouver and Richmond has been sold. The controversial Lenin/Miss Mao piece at Alderbridge and Elmbridge ways was valued at $700,000. Organizers of the Biennale also had to cancel their prestigious wrap-up gala auction due to poor ticket sales. It later issued a statement saying Vancouver perhaps wasn’t the right place for the type of artwork on show, insisting a more international market would have been a better fit. It’s now trying to flog the artworks on the aforementioned international stage.
Former street racer helps anti-racing program BY ALAN CAMPBELL
As he tore along the road in his modified Honda Civic, 17-year-old Danny didn’t give a second thought for anyone but himself. So when he eyeballed the driver of a similarly suped-up Subaru, the Richmond teenager had no hesitation when he slammed his foot to the floor to engage in a deadly street race. Seconds later, at a speed of
around 160 kilometres per hour, Danny’s Civic suffered a blowout. Fishtailing and completely out of control, the reckless youngster’s car flipped over and skidded until it came to a stop, upside down. Incredibly, he got out of the car and walked away without so much as a scratch. “I was very lucky. I came out totally unscathed. I didn’t have a mark on me,” said the driver, who would only identify himself as
Danny. “But because I wasn’t injured, I thought I was invincible. At that age, what didn’t kill me, just made me more obnoxious.” Fast forward more than ten years and Danny, now 28, shakes his head when he looks back at his sheer “stupidity” of years of street racing. To this day, he still doesn’t know why he entered the world of racing cars through residential streets. “A lack of good common sense
I guess. I’d like to say someone pushed me into it, but they didn’t. I just wanted to do it,” he told the News. “I admit, it was exhilarating, especially not getting caught. I had a lot of attitude and bravado.” Danny spoke after stepping up to help raise awareness for the Resist the Race (RTR) anti-street racing initiative. RTR — formed by RCMP Sgt. Rob Quilley after his colleague see Guilt page 6
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Guilt: Still embarrassed, ashamed Continued from page 3 Const. Jimmy Ng was killed years ago in a street race crash while on duty in Richmond — works to help youth understand the consequences of street racing. Mini Richmond, a major partner in the program, provides a luxury sports car for publicity events. It hosted an awareness day Tuesday, at which Danny spoke to people about his experiences as a former street racer. Danny said he was asked to get involved after spotting RTR’s call for volunteers on a car enthusiasts website. “I fix them, I modify them. Cars engulf my life basically,” Danny admitted. As a racer, Danny used a Honda Civic, owned by his parents, but which he had modified. “It was my first year of driving and I only had a learner’s licence, so I wasn’t even supposed to be out there. “(Street racing) continued until I was around 19. I had moved out of my parents’ house, and I simply couldn’t afford a car, so that was it.” He was 22 when he had his next car. But it wasn’t long before he ended up going back to “the street.” “I missed the rush and my stupidity was still there,” he said. “Everyone knew that if you wanted a race, you went to Richmond.”
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It took another few years before the light dawned on Danny’s dark addiction to street racing. “I got busted. That’s all it took. I was racing in West Van, and I got chased down by the police and got caught,” he said. “I got charged with excessive speeding and ended up paying around $1,000 in a fine. “And right around that point, the economy went down and I got laid off. I then had lots of time to think about my life.” Now a wheel-spin or two away from his 30th year, Danny’s “embarrassment” at his former life is still fresh
and at the forefront of his mind — not least after seeing the recent antics of the Richmond teens who raced down Highway 99 in their parents’ luxury sports cars. “I shook my head when I saw that,” he said. “I was ashamed when I watched them. If I thought more about my future back then, I would have realized that it can affect the direction of your life. They need to stop and think.” Danny still has a seriously modified car and he’s still involved in racing — but legally. “I go to the racetrack at Mission. That’s where I get my kicks now.”
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Polygamy law requires a quick appeal B.C. Supreme Court Justice Robert Bauman has confirmed Canada’s polygamy law that says multiple marriages are illegal. Essentially, the judge’s 335-page ruling, handed down Wednesday after a 42-day case held earlier this year, says that Canada’s law is flawed but constitutional. The judge accepted the argument that polygamy is inherently harmful, siding with expert testimony that women in such relationships are at elevated risks, running the gamut from psychological harm through financial harm to physical harm. Bauman emphasized that these effects are not specific to certain locations but rather “they are universal.” That dealt with the argument that any harm in polygamous marriages comes from abusers. The judge has ruled that polygamy itself causes harm, not the way it is practised by certain people. However, Bauman said the law should be changed — without saying how — to exempt minors in polygamous relationships from prosecution. So the law on the books requires some tinkering. It’s also likely the judgment will be appealed. Leonard Krog, NDP critic for the attorney-general, is right on the money in calling for an expedited appeal process so that the prosecution of polygamists can go ahead. A stay of proceedings ended the prosecutions of Winston Blackmore and James Oler, charged in 2009 with practising polygamy in Bountiful. That should never happen again in Canada.
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The Editor, Re: “Offshore dollars pose possible cause to poverty rates,” Letters, Nov. 30. I agree with Julie Halfnights’s letter on Richmond poverty statistics. We do have poverty in Richmond, particularly young people who have lived in Richmond with their families and are now on their own, but cannot find affordable housing. However, I do not believe that 31 per cent of children under 18 in Richmond live in poverty. A few years ago, in the Vancouver Sun, there was a map of Metropolitan Vancouver. The Terra Nova area in Richmond was at the same poverty level as the Downtown Eastside area. The houses in Terra Nova are probably at least 1.5 million dollars. We file our income tax every year and we pay tax on the money we have earned here. So if all of a family’s money is made elsewhere and is not declared as income, Statistics Canada naively says that a family is poor and living in poverty. No one checks on what kind of property you own or how many cars you have in your three-car garage. I do know that there are families in Terra Nova to whom all this does not apply. I would like to know how these poverty statistics are compiled, and I would like something done about rich people who “live at the poverty level,” but of course this will not happen. Marge Symons Richmond
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Scorn for resistance leads to violence The governments of the western world are playing a dangerous game with their people, and they don’t even realize it. In the recent days, weeks, and months, we’ve seen discontent everywhere from Europe to North America. This is no surprise. The economy is lurching from crisis to crisis, the stock market is doing its best yo-yo impression, and regardless of whether there’s officially a recession or not, unemployment is everywhere higher than it was a few years back. So people are upset. They want change. They want things to be fixed. And what are we hearing from our elected leaders? Sit down and shut up. Broadly speaking, in a democratic country, there are three ways to effect change. You can go to the ballot box. You can protest. Or you can strike. Let’s take them in reverse order. In Britain, a general strike by public sector workers this week was aimed at protesting cuts to pensions. It is the largest one-day walkout in generations, with the workers upset that they’re being asked to pay more, yet wait longer to get fewer benefits. What was the British government’s response to this? “The strike is not going
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to achieve anything, it’s not going to change anything,” said British treasury chief George Osborne. This is the response that has been coming from governments around the world, and here in Canada, too, when workers talk about striking or trying to hold the line against austerity measures. Then there’s protest. The Occupy Wall Street movement has been swept out of the parks and plazas it took over in most major North American cities. But while it lasted, it was a pretty big deal. The response to Occupy from the government? Well, those on the centre-left have been supportive — verbally. Their lack of action is telling. At least the right wing has been honest, with Newt Gingrich telling protesters to get a job and a shower. Ah, feel the raw contempt! He’ll make a great president. So protesting doesn’t work and striking is scorned, but what about voting in a new bunch? Well, that doesn’t seem to make much difference, either. And as far as I can tell,
there’s no western political movement, of the left or the right, that is free of blame. They were all more or less in favour of the policies that got us into this mess. They only varied on how fast they were willing to kowtow to the big banks and shyster mortgage lenders. So what’s left? When protest and democratic change are exhausted as options, the traditional next step is violence. Which is why the contempt of the rulers strikes me as suicidal right now. Violence is not likely to make things better. The record of violent revolutions has far more failures — the Reign of Terror, the October Revolution, the March on Rome — than successes. I think our leaders have forgotten the past, and are therefore doomed to repeat it. We were in this situation just after World War I, and it gave us Soviet Russia and Fascist Italy. We got there again in the 1930s and got Nazi Germany. In the 1960s, we got the Paris riots in ’68 and the Weathermen. Since then, mass political violence has fallen off sharply. But if A, B and C fail, some people are going to choose D. And D stands for death and destruction. Matthew Claxton is a reporter with the Langley Advance.
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Unhappy resident shouldn’t be allowed to hold up traffic The Editor, Re: “Lee thanks supporters and Brodie,” Letters, Nov. 25. In his letter, Richard Lee reports that, thanks to the efforts of Mayor Brodie, there will soon be a no-bus zone on Saba Road. Saba is the street directly north of the Brighouse Canada Line station and is the stopping point for some eastbound buses. Apparently the mayor has come to an agreement with the residents of this area to close Saba Road to buses. Most of these people bought condos within a block of this key station and now object to buses in the area. Have you wondered why No. 3 Road is still congested with traffic even though we now have the Canada Line? It is because the buses were never supposed to stop in the curb lane on No. 3 near the Brighouse station.
In the plans for this area, the empty space behind Brighouse station was designated as the bus loop, designed to facilitate transfers between buses and the train. Buses would enter the loop via the lane off Saba Road. There are two reasons why, as a major transit hub, Brighouse station should have a bus loop like those at Bridgeport and Marine Drive Stations. One: Without the loop, traffic on No. 3 Road will forever be impeded by buses stopping in the curb lane. Two: Brighouse passengers currently have to walk significant distances in order to make transfers. There are stopping points all the way from north of Saba Road to Cook Road, and down to Richmond Centre. Some passengers have to cross two streets in order to make a transfer. There are
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commuters who regularly burst out of their bus at a dead run in order make connections almost a block away. This situation does not serve those who use transit, nor does it support Richmond’s claim to decent, accessible transit service. Latecomers who bought condos around Brighouse should not be calling the shots on a transit system that affects the entire community. The City of Richmond may have a group of unhappy residents around Saba, but it has much greater numbers of transit passengers whose buses pass through Brighouse and vehicle drivers who get caught in the No. 3 Road traffic jam. Richmond city hall desperately needs someone who can see the big picture and plan accordingly with this type of project. Marion Smith Richmond
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The recent civic election in Richmond wasn’t just good news for the elected mayor and eight councillors — it was also a victory for the Garden City Lands Coalition. That’s according to the organization’s president Jim Wright, who, along with his fellow coalition directors, experienced a post-election epiphany when they realized the make-up of the new council. “It only occurred to our directors here after the election that all of the people elected, except for one, had agreed with our goal of keeping the lands in the ALR (Agricultural Land Reserve),” said Wright. “And looking forward, they are committed to the stewardship of the lands for recreation uses and for community wellness.” Wright not only sees the election results as a cause for celebration among he and his coalition cohorts — who have fought for years to keep
the lands locked in the ALR. “It’s a victory for everyone who was positive about keeping the Garden City Lands (GCL) in the ALR,” he said. “It’s a victory because we’ve been working to save the lands for a long time now and they’re now as safe as they possibly can be.” The canvassing of the civic election candidates as to their future intentions for the controversial lands was done prior to the election, where lots of information was distributed to all candidates at meetings and as part of an online survey. The one candidate who did not respond and was reelected was Coun. Evelina Halsey-Brandt, who has had a long-running verbal feud with Wright over her supposed position on the Garden City lands. The friction rose to the surface again last week in a letter penned by Wright and published in a local paper. Halsey-Brandt described the recent letter as one of “hate” and said she couldn’t possibly consider taking part
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The 2012 Chrysler builds upon the design and power of the 2005 version. acquired controlling interest from the Canadian and US governments earlier this year. For its part, the 300 builds upon the bold design and powerful stance of the original 2005 version, with refreshed styling that maintains its unique place in the sedan market. However, the real difference is in the small details. Gone are the little annoyances that made the past model more bark than bite, replaced by an attention to detail that dramatically improves the overall experience. The engines are still big and powerful, but Chrysler would rather focus on
While many current family sedans lean toward sportier and more athletic exteriors, the 300 has more in common with super-luxury sedans such as the Audi A8 and Lexus LS, looking as if it was carved from a block of iron. Notable styling cues include the new LED daytime running lamps and elegant, trapezoidal grille. The 300 is upright and solid, but has a surprisingly trim figure thanks to the clean lines and subtle creases running the length of the vehicle. The designers have done an amazing job, conveying a sense of power and strength without making the car overly muscular.
The 300 employs an understated design highlighted by see Interior page 22
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If you need evidence that Chrysler has changed, look no further than the marketing for the redesigned 300 sedan. Not the sedan itself — we’ll get to that — but the marketing. In the latest commercial, an announcer speaks to the concepts of character, conviction, pride — and a fuel-efficient eight-speed transmission. Meanwhile, the sedan is shown driving confidently and serenely through the streets of Detroit, passing by school children, firefighters and families on its way to a house in the suburbs. The commercial extends the superb “Imported from Detroit” campaign, reinforcing a compelling theme of success and renewal through commitment and hard work. Leaving behind the excess and bravado of the past, the reinvented Chrysler claims a sense of responsibility that we haven’t associated with it in a long, long time. And that’s exactly what many of us have been hoping to see. The marriage between Chrysler and Mercedes-Benz in 1998 was supposed to be the catalyst for an improved Chrysler brand, but that relationship generated more frustration than synergy, lasting less than a decade and starting the American manufacturer down the path to its eventual 2009 bankruptcy. Credit for a kinder, gentler Chrysler instead goes to Italian automaker Fiat, which got Chrysler back onto its feet two years ago and became the majority shareholder when it
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A new 3.6L V6 produces 292-hp and 260 lb-ft of torque, while the 5.7L HEMI V8 carries over from before with 363-hp and 394 lb-ft of torque. Then there’s the 6.4L HEMI V8 found in the SRT8 model, producing a staggering 470-hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. Rear-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is optional. As great as it is that Chrysler is pushing a fuelefficient eight-speed automatic, it’s a bit disappointing
The inside design is highlighted by blueblacklit gauges.
that it’s only available for the 3.6L V6, and is an option on the base Touring model. It improves efficiency by roughly nine per cent, and that would be a welcome gain on the gas-hungry HEMI engines, which are stuck with five gears. American sedans have undergone major changes in the past few years, and the 300 is no exception. The handling is direct and predictable, while the ride quality remains smooth and easygoing. The eight-speed transmission comes with a “Sport” mode, but the 300’s forte is as a comfortable cruiser, getting you from point A to point B in relaxed style. From that standpoint, the base 3.6L engine is more
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Continued from page 20 excellent blue-backlit gauges and a smart-looking trapezoidal clock integrated into the dashboard. The cabin is comfortable, inviting. Chrysler has often cut corners on its vehicle interiors, but that behaviour appears to be a thing of the past. As far as build quality goes, the 300 is a vast improvement over its predecessor. It might not be perfect, but the materials, fit and finish have caught up with the rest of the auto industry.
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The Girl Guides Annual Christmas Event happens Saturday, Dec. 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Minoru Pavilion, 7191 Granville Rd. Come and enjoy some great home baking and a silent auction, as well as crafts, treasures and more. Proceeds benefit the Girl Guide activities.
L’Ecole des Navigateurs, Richmond’s only public French school, presents its 6th annual Gingerbread Man Party. The party will be held on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the school, 8580 Kilgour Place. Children can decorate gingerbread men, do crafts, play games and celebrate Christmas in French. For the parents, there will be a French book fair so you can do some Christmas shopping. There will be a cake walk and silent auction as well as student performances. For more information, call 604-417-3570. The Richmond Singers present Angels and Aves, a Family Concert on Saturday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m. at Broadmoor Baptist Church, 8140 Saunders Rd.
There will be sing-alongs, followed by a reception of delicious homemade treats on Sunday. This year on Saturday, they will feature The Delta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Quintet. Tickets are $15. for adults and $5 for children under 12 years. Contact Charlotte at 604250-7004 for more information. You may also purchase tickets from other choir members or at the door on either Dec. 3 or 4.
The Richmond Kairos Committee invites the public to its Richmond Fair Trade Fair on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Alban’s Church, 7260 St .Alban’s Rd. It’s a great time to purchase Christmas gifts by artisans. There will also be crafts made by Ten Thousand Villages, and from countries such as Guatemala, Nepal, Jamaica, Mexico and more.
The Pacific Woodworkers Guild members meet on the third Tuesday of each month (except July and August). New members and guests are always welcome! They meet at 11060 No. 2 Rd. Come
watch the presentations, get involved in the discussions and enjoy the refreshments. The Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets at 1 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month through to June, at the Richmond Presbyterian Church, 7111 No 2 Rd, Family members, friends and caregivers also welcome. Come and enjoy a social gathering with new and old friends. For more information, call Pat McKendrick at 604-271-6065 or Mary James 604-277-5977.
Single’s Mingle in Steveston is hosting its The Holidays soiree on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at The Charthouse Restaurant, #200-3866 Bayview St. (For ages 40 to 60). Tickets are $30 per person and include one glass of wine or beer and great appetizers. It’s a great way to meet new friends or maybe meet that special connection. Bring a new friend (who has never attended), and get $5 off your ticket. You must register and pre-pay at www. harmonymillermanagement. com.
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The Community Arts Council of Richmond (CACR) is hosting its annual general meeting on Friday, Dec. 9. For more information or to attend, visit www.richmondartscouncil.org The Kwantlen Polytechnic University presents A Classic Gospel Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. at Fraserview Church, 11295 Mellis Dr. The Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir are the special guests. For information or tickets, visit www.brownpapertickets.com or email tickets@ goodnoisevgc.com.
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Ye’s four golds leads Rapids showing at Langley meet
It was a tough weekend of racing in Langley for Richmond Rapids swimmers but also a great learning experience for all the athletes involved. The two day meet was great opportunity for novice and veteran competitors alike. For the veterans, the fifth annual Langley Olympians Short Course Invitational was a chance to train through a meet, endure some fatigue and gauge their early season progress. For head coach Robert Pettifer, it was an opportunity to see just how tough his athletes were. “It’s not easy arriving at the pool at 7 a.m., swimming four events, and then eight hours later repeating them all over again. It takes mental discipline and a little bit of guts,” explained Pettifer. “Finals are only about two hours long and for them to re-swim four events in that time period is very gruelling.” For the novice swimmers, it was a chance to experience what a heats and finals meet was like, not to mention dealing with the multiple events. Kevin Ye was tough as nails as he qualified his Canadian Age Group National time in the 200 breaststroke. This standard allows
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Richmond Rapids Anthony Chan (10) competes in the 50-metre butterfly at Langley Olympians fifth annual Invitational Short Course Meet. him to compete next July in Calgary. Ye also had 100 percent personal best times and collected gold medals in four events — 200 IM, 200 breaststroke, 400 IM and 100 breaststroke. He added a silver in the 200 fly, fourth in the 400 free and fifth in the 200 backstroke. The Rapids set new meet records as well. They included Matthew Crawford (10) in the 50
backstroke, Nicolaas Dekker (16) in the 200 butterfly, Ni Weng (10) in the 100 freestyle, Hau Li Fan (14) in the 400 IM, Cathy Ye (14) in the 100 fly and Kevin Ye (12) in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke. Other Rapids medalists were: Amanda McCallum (9) bronze 50 backstroke. Ni Weng (10) gold 100 freestyle, bronze 50 free. Jeremy Fung (10) silvers 100
free/50 fly/50 back, bronze 200 IM/100 back. Thomas Huen (10) bronze 100 free/50 fly. Derek Wu (10) bronze 50 freestyle. Matthew Crawford (10) gold 100 free/50 fly/50 back, silver 100 back/50 free/200 IM, bronze 50 breaststroke. Arvin Chua (12) bronze 100 breaststroke. Brandon Crawford (13) bronze 200 IM. Hau-Li Fan (14) gold 400 IM, silver 200 fly, bronze 200
back. Paula Gosse (15) bronze 200 fly. Celine Hong (15) gold 100 backstroke. Leo Hong (14) bronze 200 breaststroke. Patrick Kell (14) gold 200 breaststroke. Nathan Muszynski (16) bronze 400 IM. Tiffany Orr (16) bronze 100 breaststroke. Maximilian Schaffler (13) silver 200 IM, bronze 100 back/400 IM, Serena Xu (13) silver 100 breaststroke. Cathy Ye (13) gold 100 fly, silver 200 fly. Mike Zhang (13) silver 100 backstroke. Swimmers achieving 100 percent personal bests in both heats and finals with no disqualifications were: Nicholas Huen (12) and Jerry Tao (14). New B.C. AAA Championship qualifier was Nicholas Huen. This allows him to compete at the B.C. Short Course championships in Surrey in March. New B.C. AA Championship qualifiers were Amanda McCallum and Ni Weng. They will be racing in Chilliwack in February. The Rapids have now started a Masters swim program. It runs Monday through Thursday at Minoru Pool. For more information on Masters or any of the competitive programs visit www. richmondrapids.com or call 604279-7946.
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The Richmond Ravens know how to have fun and are throwing a party for their fellow players on Sunday at the Richmond Ice Centre (Coliseum). Their second annual Tyke Jamboree will see approximately 80 players from female hockey associations around Metro Vancouver come together to compete in a fun tournament to help raise the profile of girls hockey. “We want to raise awareness of what age we start our players, how much development opportunity they get and create an interest in female hockey in all communities,” says Patti Martin, President, Richmond Ravens. The Jamboree will divide the players onto mixed teams, giving the young players a chance to meet future opponents in a friendly, get-to-know-you style atmosphere. Reps from B.C. Hockey and the female committee director for the PCAHA will be in attendance to hand out medals and goodie bags, and help bring attention to what the grass roots level of girls hockey is doing. The event runs from 1:30pm to 4:30 p.m. at the Coliseum rink.
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Making a difference Building on strengths Working inclusively and respectfully. If these statements resonate for you, we invite you to apply for this role to deliver clinical services to the Aboriginal children and youth in the Parksville, Qualicum area, including Qualicum and Nanoose First Nations. How do you know if you are the right person? Here are a few must have’s for us: You enjoy providing community based outreach services to children and youth and their families You are excited to deliver community based innovative assessment and treatment approaches You are motivated to develop the child and youth assessment and treatment model for an evolving Aboriginal agency You have a minimum of two years clinical experience working in child and youth mental health services setting, with responsibility for providing a wide range of community based mental health services You possess a MSW, M.ED (Counseling), MA (Clinical Psychology), Master’s Degree in Child and Youth Care or comparable graduate degree at a Master’s level For further information please contact William Yoachim, Executive Director Please apply by December 16th, 2011 by forwarding your resume and cover letter to: Kwumut Lelum Child & Family Services 544 Centre Street, Nanaimo, BC, V9R4Z3 Fax: 250-591-0935 Email: email@example.com To view the complete posting please see our website at www.kwumut.org Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.
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Tim Stephens' Astral Reﬂections Aries March 21 - April 19: Start nothing before Dec. 13. New (not old) money matters are stalled; the logjam will break Christmas Day onward. If purchasing holiday presents, keep it simple and refundable, as lemons abound. VIPs, bosses and parents look on you kindly to Dec. 20 – take advantage, approach, visit, do them favours, etc. (But DON’T launch new projects for them. If the boss wants you to begin a new project, diplomatically suggest a mid-December or January launch.) You impress everyone Sunday/Monday, but barriers to action remain: act Sunday eve/night. Chase money Tuesday/Wednesday. Taurus April 20-May 20: The general accent lies on mysteries, sex, subconscious urges, ﬁnances, investments and debt, and potential lifestyle changes. You’re lucky in these, though forward motion has been lacking since August. By late December delays will end – a legal, travel, educational, intellectual or international “element” will be the go-forward key. You might soon agree to wed a sexual partner. Think deeply before plunging. Make NO commitments, nor any new starts, before Dec.13. Lie low, rest Sunday/ Monday. Your energy rises Tuesday through Thursday. Romance lies below, wants to emerge! Gemini May 21-June 20: Relationships are foremost. Your popularity and joie de vivre rise Sunday/Monday. But avoid arguments or hasty driving to mid-afternoon Sunday. Turn from a hardto-convince person Monday. Retreat, rest Tuesday to Thursday. Sunday to Wednesday give a lucky boost to governmental, administrative and charity projects, and might also attract you to someone because he/ she represents a rest, comfort, safety. But at what cost (to him/her!)? Your energy soars Thursday night to Saturday: contain temper. Until mid-2012, you’re quick to laugh, rage. Start nothing important before Dec.13.
Cancer June 21-July 22: The accent lies on work, health, duties, a bit of boredom. Start nothing major before Dec.13. A former duty, chore or employment position might return – do it, grab it if unemployed. VIPs, parents and bosses are watching Sunday/ Monday – do your best, avoid temperamental words Sunday. Your hopes and happiness rise nicely Tuesday to Thursday – life’s worth living! The Sunday to Wednesday period opens doors to friendship, travel, even the kind of romance which, though light, could lead to partnership. Retreat to contemplate, rest and heal Thursday night through Saturday. Leo July 23-Aug. 22: Start nothing major, relationship nor venture nor project, before Dec.13. Your creative and romantic juices stir this month, you ride a winning streak (yes, you’ll tend to win at cards, etc.) and pleasures abound. An old ﬂame is near or “present.” You might feel you have been tricked and betrayed or mistreated by others, especially the opposite sex, this last decade or two. But turn around: how have you treated those you suspected? When angered or ignored, you can be cruel. “Admitting” this can clear you for future love – which is going to be stronger, longer than past love. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22: Start nothing, buy nothing, before Dec.13. You might meet former neighbours, or visit family members you haven’t seen in awhile. “Home,” whatever it means to you, is a powerful draw – especially Sunday/Monday. Though you shouldn’t buy or rent a new place (or furniture) a former abode or prospect might be a good thing. But don’t act before 3:30 p.m. Sunday. A gentle, mellow mood arrives Tuesday to Thursday. Despite your lower energy, Sunday to Wednesday offer meaningful romance, or a potent creative urge, especially if you’re in nature. Be ambitious, not forceful, late week.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Start nothing new before Dec.13, especially in communications, travel and record-keeping. A former friend appears, or you travel to revisit a familiar place. Your home life is blessed; you could, if seeking, ﬁnd a domicile where affection and beauty will prevail, especially Sunday to Wednesday. Let this be a place connected to the past. (These days also bring tantalizing, but secret or private, attractions. Be honest, moral.) Relationships irk you to mid-afternoon Sunday, then they turn successful. But if you offer little (Monday) you get little. Wisdom, Friday/Saturday. Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21: Remember, start nothing big and new before Dec.13. In particular, buy nothing – you are drawn straight to lemons now. Tackle chores and health concerns Sunday (much better after 3:30 p.m. PST) and Monday. Relationships offer both opposition and concord Tuesday to Thursday. Concord is more likely – and far more beneﬁcial – as this entire week offers friendship and good conversation – with a romantic tinge. A big, lucky “concord” looms on the horizon, late month into next June. Finances, sexual urges and deep health matters arise Friday (some difﬁculties) and Saturday (climaxes?). Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21: Though your energy, charisma and clout are high, use them to tackle ongoing projects or to revive past ones – start nothing new before Dec.13. You easily impress others, gain their favour and get your way. If you’re single and have been hankering for some special company, contact that ex or old ﬂame – AFTER 3:30 p.m. PST Sunday (or, less successfully, Monday, or, for more “grown up” results, after 9 p.m. Friday, into Saturday). Higher-ups are temperamental and impatient all week (until next July!) but you win them over, might even land a raise Sunday to Wednesday.
Dec. 4 - 10, 2011 Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19: Avoid new starts before Dec.13. Get plenty of rest, eat and drink sensibly. Retreat from the hustle-bustle, avoid competition. Tackle past-due obligations, especially those involving charity, institutions, the government, or head ofﬁce(s). This is an excellent “clean-up and clear-out” phase to prepare you for powerful action later this month. Pay attention to home-related concerns Sunday/ Monday. (Careful with tools, confrontations Sunday.) Romance, notional or real, visits Tuesday to Thursday – in fact the thrill of attraction ﬁlls the entire Sunday to Thursday period. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18: Start no new projects nor relationships before Dec.13. This is a happy, optimistic and forward-looking month, but you’d do better to look to the past this week. A former ﬂirtatious friend might arrive, or the door could ﬂing open to a goal that was once just “wishful thinking.” Dreams do come true! Careful with speech, driving Sunday – after 3:30 p.m. PST, all’s well. Tuesday to Thursday accents your home, security, family and real estate. A verboten romance could attract you. Actually, romance simmers all week, then emerges Friday (careful!) and Saturday. Pisces Feb. 19-March 20: Be ambitious, show your skills to higher-ups, study business and career topics, but don’t start new projects or relationships before Dec.13. Money hits an irksome snag Sunday, but smoothes out late afternoon into Monday. Talk, travel, and casual meetings ﬁll Tuesday to Thursday – and could turn enmity into an amorous bond. You have a choice now to next July – you can love, or hate. The former is more likely this week, from Sunday to Thursday. Collapse into the comforts of home or still beauties of nature Friday/Saturday. Don’t let stress cause a ﬁght Friday. email@example.com
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Published on Dec 2, 2011