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Èbd vrqy jfˆdy hn. gurU jI dy blIdfn dI pflsn ny dwisaf ik Gbrfey hoey pirvfrk aijhI ivafiKaf AunHfˆ dy bRihmMzI nËrIey nUM mYiNb rF nyx Qo y nU iewk Cu tafAu vfˆVgHI hYdU. rjyIkAu rWqkoy ehI I ihMbwdcU hu kMmrfn, vfrI lw B vI ilaf qy rfhgIrF ny afpxI musilm pRjf AuWqy julm Zfh irhf huvI Mdf Au s nU M lBfAu x ivw c mdd kIqI pr Au h qfˆ gurU jI ny AudoN vI afpxf afpf vfrn dy rfh du b frf njL r nhIN afieaf. pflsn ies hI qurnf sI. AunHfˆ dI Èhfdq ipwCy jo sMklp sI, Au h iksy DrmsLn ivÈy qwk sImq sI. Bfl iehI src afpry dIÈkmFzr sInhIN qy ieh qw AunHfˆ dIsvy Èhfdq M vwlDI.mhfn bxfAu hY. mMQglvfr r qwknUcw bwcy dI lfsLNdf13

iklom Itr dIqodU rl I Au Xoho qy ikikM hOrcOsk iesy nËrIey N idw I dyWqyieiqhfsk cfˆg dnI ndIaF dy jM k sL n vflI QF Au W q y imlI. ijs Qfˆ ‘qy ies mhfn gurU df sIs Auqfiraf igaf sI, siQq gurduafrf sIs gMj sihb nUM isrP iswKfˆ jfˆ ihMdUafˆ leI aihm Dfrimk asQfn nhIN mMinaf jfxf cfhIdf. ies asQfn nUM qfˆ ivÈv ivafpI mnuwKI aiDkfr lihr dy qIrQ asQfn df drjf idwqf jfxf cfhIdf hY. ieh kdm mhfn gurU dI gYr-sMprdfiek qy sLifhmM hgIr isMGhwigw iqMnx nUikqfbF bR zI mfnvI kfˆ lvflydIaF idRÈtIko M mfnqf qy dyr nflryqcuwidykaf, (sLakIdq msLIr, sLdybxd vwdIl afrqI, GrONdpr y) aiqaM q Zu k vfˆ kdm ho v y g f. irlIjL kIqIaF jfxgIaF. sB sfihq

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M ies smfgm krn -pRymlyIaF K knUafksPo r z bruivwkcs isL XUr nkq IvristI, leI KuwlrHfzsw(XU df [idw . afksPo ky [q)f jFdf ivw c hY ieknfimks df pRoPYsr hY.

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Friday, August 5th, 2016

KINDER MORGAN PIPELINE - WEEK 2

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he Liberal government is holding supplemental hearings in an attempt to make up for the acknowledged deficiencies in the National Energy Board Process regarding the Kinder Morgan pipeline proposal from Alberta to Canada’s west coast. As stated in the previous report, each week we are providing an on-going scorecard and update for these public meetings. SCORECARD All Hearings to date (as of 8/2/16): THOSE OPPOSED: 84.2% For: 19, Against: 101 Attendees: 251+ Hearings by city: July 19th, 20th - Kamloops, BC: Local Government Roundtables For: 5, Against: 20 Attendees: 86 July 21st - Chilliwack, BC: Public Town Hall For: 3, Against: 20 Attendees: 75 July 26th - Abbotsford, BC: NGO Roundtable For: 2, Against: 15 Attendees: 35 July 27th, 28th - Langley, BC: Public Town Hall; Local Government, ENGO, and Labour and economic roundtables

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“Building more pipelines and meeting our Paris Commitments to reduce fossil fuels are absolutely in contradiction.” said Dr. Carl Jensen, Abbotsford Resident “Prime Minister Trudeau has stated his priority is to repair relations with First Nations. He needs to live up to that commitment and not allow this company with a horrible track record of betrayal, lie, and violation of UN Human Rights build a pipeline.” said Dawn Wright, Abbotsford resident “We feel this process has failed us... it’s done absolutely nothing to address [our rights].” said Tumia Knott, Kwantlen First Nation “Here are two pipeline facts: the pipeline will leak, and the detection systems will fail.” said John Evanachko, local Langley resident “The financial and environmental risk of the pipeline will be paid by the Canadian taxpayer, and only Kinder Morgan will gain the profits.” said Jonathan Stevens, Abbotsford resident We are providing this information to you directly as the government is not providing ongoing documentation of these hearings. “The Trudeau government said they wanted to hear from the public and the public is increasingly saying ‘No.’ At every meeting, around 80 percent of people oppose the Kinder Morgan pipeline. One thing is clear: this pipeline will never be built,” said Karen Mahon, Stand Director. For more information contact:

For: 9, Against: 46

Karen Mahon 604 836 5992

Attendees: Unconfirmed

Sven Biggs 778 882 8354


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Prudent actions mean 10 Year Rates Plan on track B.C. has among the lowest rates in North America

C Hydro today confirmed its revenue requirements with the BC Utilities Commission, applying for electricity rates for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 fiscal years, consistent with the 10 Year Rates Plan announced in November 2013. “A lot has changed since the 2013 10 Year Rates Plan was introduced. Many of our industrial customers are facing declining prices for the commodities they produce, which means $3.5 billion less revenue for BC Hydro over that period,” said Jessica McDonald, President and CEO, BC Hydro. “In preparing this application, we had a choice: instead of passing those issues onto our customers, we gave careful thought to new measures to reduce our costs even further so we could stick to our plan to ensure low and predictable rates.” BC Hydro has taken several actions to reduce costs, including:

• developing a debt management strategy to lock-in low interest rates; • limiting base operating cost increases to an average of 1.2 per cent per year; • re-prioritizing capital projects to reduce expenditures by about $380 million over the next three years; • reducing the cost of conservation programs to an average of $22 per megawatt hour; • renewing contracts with independent power producers at prices less than what they are currently paid, recognizing that those producers have typically recovered most of their capital costs over their original contract terms. In February, BC Hydro delayed filing a three-year revenue requirements application and instead asked the Commission for an interim rate increase

for fiscal 2017 of four per cent, which came into effect April 1. The extra time allowed BC Hydro to update its load forecast to reflect developments in the mining and liquefied natural gas sectors. The application contains a fully updated load forecast which shows that while growth has slowed in the near-term, BC Hydro is expecting significant long-term load growth across all customer classes. “We have a growing population and a growing economy. Our updated long-term projections indicate that demand for power will increase by 39 per cent over the next 20 years,” added McDonald. BC Hydro is investing, on average, $2 billion a year, to upgrade aging assets and build new infrastructure so that British Columbia’s electricity system remains affordable, reliable and clean for the long-term. This includes building the Site C Clean Energy Project

and installing a new unit at the Revelstoke generating station – two projects that are critical to providing the firm capacity required to meet growing demand for power. Without these two projects, British Columbia would face a capacity deficit of almost 10 per cent within the next 10 years. Even with the current rate increases, BC Hydro’s rates remain among the lowest in North America. In fact, the average family pays about twice as much for their TV, internet and phone services than they do for electricity. The four per cent rate increase for fiscal 2017 means an additional: • $4.65 per month for a family of four living in a single-family detached home, • $1.37 per month for a single person living in an apartment, or • $2.88 per month for a couple living in a townhouse.

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jIvn df qohPf, aMgF df dfn aMg dfn qoN Bfv hY iksy ijAUNdy jF mr cwuky ivakqI duafrf iksy loVvMd jIvq ivakqI/ro g I dI jfn bcfAu x vfsqy afpxy srIr dy aMgF jF qMqUaF df dfn krnf. aMg dyx vfly ivakqI dI mYzIkl ihstrI muqfibk Aus dy qMdrusq aMg apRysLn duafrf kwZ ley jFdy hn. ies nUM ‘afrgn hfrvYsitMg’ ikhf jFdf hY. mnwuK qNo mnwuK nUM lgfey jfx vfly aMg-bdlx nUM ‘aYlo tRFsplFt’ qy iksy jfnvr qoN mnwuK nUM lgfey jfx nfly aMg-bdlx nUM ‘jLIno tRFsplFt’ ikhf jFdf hY aqy jy iewk ivakqI df koeI qMqU ijvyN (cmVI, lwq jF bFh qoN lfh ky Ausy ivakqI nUM iksy hor jgHf ‘qy lgfieaf jfvy qF Aus nUM ‘afto logs tRFsplFt’ ikhf jFdf hY. iewk anumfn muqfibk Bfrq ivwc 20 lwK gurdy(ikznIaF) qy 10,000 ijgrF(ilvr) dI jLrUrq hY pr ies vyly isrPL do qoN iqMn PLIsdI hI AuplwbD huMdy hn. iewk hor aMkVy anusfr 90,000 BfrqIaF dI sVk durGtnfvF ivwc mOq huMdI hY ijnHF ‘coN 40 PLIsdI ‘bRyn zYWz’ ho jFdy hn. jy lokF ivwc shI rUp ivwc jfgrUkqf hovy qF

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zf[mnjIq isMG bwl

sVk hfdisaF ivwc aijhy ‘bRyn zYWz’ ivakqIaF dy aMg iml jfx nfl qkrIbn 50 PLIsdI jLrUrq pUrI ho skdI hY. aMg-dfnI dI ishq qMdrusq hovy qF aMg dfn krn dI Aumr dI koeI hwd nhIN, iewQoN qwk ik 70-80 sfl dy ivakqIaF dy aMg vI vrqy jf skdy hn. mfihr zfktr KLud ieh PYLslf lYNdy hn ik ikhVf aMg jF qMqU vriqaf jf skdf hY. aMg hfsl krn vfilaF dI AuzIk-sUcI ivwc sB qoN vwD gurdf(ikznI), idl, ijgr qy PyPVy hfsl krn vfly huMdy hn. iewk aMgdfnI dy aMgF nfl bhuq sfry lfBpfqrIaF nUM Pfiedf pwuj skdf hY ijvyN iewkoN ivakqI dy do gurdy, ijgr, do PyPVy, idl, CotI aMqVI, lblbf(pYNkrIafs) cmVI aqy hwzIaF afid hfrvYst kr (lY) ky jLrUrqmMdF nUM lgfey jFdy hn. kuuJ hor qMqU ijvyN do awKF df sfhmxy vflf pfrdrsLI ihwsf Bfv ik kornIaf jF sLIsf (pUrI awK nhIN bdlI jf skdI), idl df vflv, pwiTaF dy tYNzn qy kfrtIlyj vI aMg dfn

vjoN vrqy jFdy hn. aMg dfnI afpxI mrjLI hY ik Bfv ik idmfg iblkwul mr cwukf hY jF sihmqI nfl ijhVy aMg jF qMqU cfhy qy bfkI sfry aMg (vYNtIlytr nfl) kMm kr dfn kr skdf hY. rhy hn; qy hux Auh ivakqI iblkwul TIk nhIN ho skdf qF Aus dy vfrsF jF mfipaF aMg dfn dIaF iksmF: duafrf aMg-dfn df PLYslf lYx qoN bfad bRyn zYWQ qoN bfad: vDyry aMg bRyn-zYWQ qoN lfB-pfqrIaF dI AuzIk sUcI vfilaF nfl bfad hI ley jFdy hn. isr dI swt jF mYicMg kIqI jFdI hY. EnI dyr vYNtIlytr idmfg dI rsOlI kfrn jdoN mfihr zfktrF ‘qy ‘ijLMdf lfsL’ vFg pey ivakqI dy sfry dIaF vwK-vwK tImF PLYslf krky aYlfn kr aMgF dI kfrgujLfrI cYWk krn leI sfry idMdIaF hn ik ivakqI dI bRYn zYWQ ho cuwkI tYst kIqy jFdy hn. iksy hor qrHF dI


Friday, August 5th, 2016

ienPYksLn qoN bcfAux leI ivsLysL Auprfly (afiesolysLn) kIqy jFdy hn. jdoN idl shI slfmq DVk irhf hovy qF bfkI aMg kwZx qwk AunHF nUM shI mfqrf ivwc KUn dI splfeI qy afksIjn imldI rihMdI hY. so DVkdy idl vfly aMg dfnI dy aMg, lfBpfqrI ivakqI dy aMdr sPlqfpUrvk kMm krdy rihMdy hn. kfrzIak (idl) zYWQ qoN bfad: jdoN iksy ivakqI dI hfdsy ivwc, isr dI swt, jLKLmF/swtF nfl jF ientYNisv kyar XUint(afeI[sI[XU[) ivwc acfnk mOq ho jfvy qF jy Aus ny afpxy jIvn dOrfn aMg dfn krn sbMDI PLYslf ilaf hoieaf hovy qy Aus dy kol ‘zonrkfrz’ hovy qF idl dI DVkx bMd hox dy kuJ imMtF dy aMdr-aMdr hI Aus dy aMg lY ley jFdy hn ikAuNik kuJ dyr bfad KLUn aqy afksIjn dI kmI kfrn ieh aMg iksy kMm dy nhIN rihMdy.

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aMg bKLsLy hoey hn. srIr dy vfsqy iewk gurdf hI kfPLI huMdf hY.

nYWtvrk’ jF ‘mohn’ qy ‘jLYz tI[sI[sI[ arQfq jLonl tRFsplFt ko-afrzInysLn sYNtr jo ies qrHF dI jfgrUkqf PYlfAux leI kMm kr rhIaF hn. mnuwKI aMgF dy dfn sbMDI Bfrq srkfr iewk nvF kfnUMn bxfAux leI KrVf iqafr kr rhI hY ijs ivwc ishq mMqrfly dI slfh anusfr, ijhVf ivakqI zrfeIivMg lfeIsYNs vfsqy ibnY-pwqr dyvygf, Aus nUM ieh pwuiCaf jfvygf ik kI Auh durGtnf dOrfn ‘bRyn zYz’ hox ‘qy aMg dfn vfsqy hfmI Brdf hY. ijLafdfqr lokF nUM ies gwl df pqf hI nhIN hY. ies leI zrfeIivMg lfeIsYNs vfsqy ibnY-pwqr ivwc ieh sqrF sLfiml krn nfl ies sbMDI jfgrUkqf vI vDygI qy aMg(afrgn) vI AuplwbD ho skxgy. ijMnI dyr zrfeIivMg lfeIsYNs vflIaF lfeInF aml ivwc nhIN afAuNdIaF, EnI dyr ‘zonr-kfrz’ bxf ky jyb ivwc rwKy jf skdy hn ik hfdsf ho jfx dI sUrq ivwc iksy aMg lfB-pfqrI dI jfn bcfAux vfsqy myry ieh-ieh aMg lY(hfrvYst kr) ley jfx.

ies vyly Bfrq ivwc aijhy isrPL 120 kyNdr hI hn ijwQy aMg-bdlx kIqf jf skdf hY. afpxy dysL ivwc aMD-ivsLvfsF dI vI Brmfr hY ijvy ik mOq qoN bfad bMdy ny iPr iesy jfmy ivwc afAuxf hY jF ivakqI ny iksy hor jUn ivwc pYxf hY qy aMg dfn krn nfl sMskfr vyly Aus df srIr mukMml nhIN hovygf. iewk cMgI gwl vI hY ik ieslfm, ihMdU-iswK, eIsfeI qy hor DrmF ivwc aMg dfn krn dI ikqy vI mnfhI nhIN hY blik sfry DrmF duafrf ies nUM puMn vflf kMm smiJaf jFdf hY, pr mfVI gwl ieh hY ik aMg-dfn sbMDI cyqMnqf dI bhuq Gft hY. jy asIN afpxy bfry hI socxI ik rwb nf kry sfzf koeI ipafrf, durGtnf ivc ‘bRyn zYWQ’ ho jfvy qF asIN iksy jLrUrqmMd ivakqI vfsqy jIvq ivakqI duafrf aMg dfn: afm Aus dy aMg dfn krn bfry socdy hF? ies krky pirvfr dy mYNbr (mfpy, DIaF-pwuqr, df iewko-iewk hwl hY ik aMg-dfn bfry lokF mfsI, BUaf, pqnI jF pqI) hI aijhy aMg nUM jfgrUk kIqf jfvy. supr spYsLilst (ijvyN gurdf jF ijgr) dfn idMdy hn. bhuq zfktrF qy aMg-bdlx ishq kyNdrF dI aMg dfn jfgrUkqf kfrn hux keI lok nyVly dosq vI ies qrHF dy aMg-dfn krdy bhulqf hovy qF vwD qoN vwD lok afpxy ivsLysL krky cyqMn lok KLUn dfn, aMg dfn hn; ies vfsqy sKLq kfnUMnI pRxflI ivwcoN jF afpxy irsLqydfrF dy aMg-dfn vfsqy qy zfktrI iswiKaf vfsqy srIr dfn leI dI gujLrnf pYNdf hY qF ik aMgF dI KLrIdosfhmxy afAuxgy. sfhmxy af rhy hn. pMjfb dy srkfrI ProKq nf ho sky. gurdf dfn qoN bfad dfnI nUM iksy vI qrHF dI smwisaf nhIN muMbeI ivwc kuJ svY-syvI sMsQfvF hn mY z Ikl kfljF ivw c slfnf qkrIbn afAuNdI ikAuNik kudrq ny sfnUM loV qoN vwD ijvyN ‘mltIpl aOrgn hfrvYsirtMg eyz 12 qoN 15 srIr dfn vjoN afAuNdy hn jo

PAGE 9 ividafrQIaF dI pVHfeI leI vrqy jFdy hn. afrgn hfrvYsitMg aqy AunHF nUM tRFsplFt krn vfly zfktrF qy nrisjL dI tIm dy mYNbr vI bhuq hI mfihr huMdy hn. aijhIaF gwlF ivwc koeI qrk nhIN huMdf ik irsLqydfrF jF twbr dI ilKq sihmqI qoN ibnF aMg kwZy jFdy hn. lfBpfqrIaF nfl pUrI mYicMg krn leI bVy guMJldfr qy mihMgy tYst krny pYNdy hn ijnHF ‘qy bhuq vkq lgdf hY. ieMnI muhfrq rwKx vflI tIm aMg dfn krn bfry hokf vI nhIN idMdI, ieh kMm smfj-syvI sMsQfvF krdIaF hn. aijhI tIm duafrf pihlF hI sLok qy gLm ivwcoN gujLr rhy lokF nUM pRysLfn krn bfry socxf vI gLlq hY. jy aMg-dfnI jF Aus dy irsLqydfrF vwloN koeI ilKLq rjLfmMdI nf hovy qF koeI vI aMg nhIN kwZ skdf. aMgdfn vfsqy iksy nUM mjbUr vI nhIN kIqf jFdf. mwudf qF iksy dI ijLMdgI bcfAux df hY iksy nUM Tys phuMcfAux df nhIN. keI vfr qF ieh vI suixaf igaf hY ik pihlF idwqI hoeI sihmqI dy bfvjUd iksy kfrn krky aMg nf ley jfx qF dfnI/irsLqydfr mfXUs ho jFdy hn. ies ivsLy sbMDI afm jnqf nUM hor vI bhuq sfrI jfxkfrI AuplwbD krfAux dI jLrUrq hY. loV anusfr aMg bdlx leI keI kImqI jfnF bcfeIaF jf skdIaF hn.

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zf[ mIq KtVf

Drq dy husn nUM, koeI bfrUd nf iCVky,

axK vMgfry af, abdflI jF cMgyjL kdy,

AuWg nf pYx ikqy qopF, sMgInF qy golIaF.

inkly mrjIviVaF dIaF bMnH bMnH tolIaF.

soc nf ivgV jfvy, ikrq dy rfhIaF koloN,

BIVF jdoN pYx kdy, lokqf dy isr AuWqy,

ikAuN aYNvy nPLrq dIaF, jLihrF qusIN GolIaF.

Kyzdy hF iml sBy, asIN KUn dIaF holIaF.

dysL dI aKMzqf nUM, nf njLr lwgy gLYrF dI,

ivcfrf gLrIb BwuKf, qrsy nf rotI qfeIN,

BfeI hF asIN sfry, qy vwK boldy hF bolIaF.

hIr afjLfdI KLfqr, Byjdy hF zolIaF.

imhnqF musLwkqF nfl, aMn dfqy dysL dy,

iesLk dy imjLfj qfeIN, hkIkI dy rfj qfeIN,

mnwuKqf dy Bly KLfqr Br idMdy JolIaF.

pMjfb dy afsLkF ny, gl pf leIaF ZolIaF. nf mwuikaf hnyrf ajy, kflI bolI rfq KVHI, cfnxF ‘c jIx dIaF, kdy socF qusIN qolIaF? pYsy dI lfr izwgy, jobnF dy ny lUsy rMg, cFdI idaF iCwlVF ny, lwtu leIaF BolIaF. iKLdrfxy dI Zfb cwup, ikMnf vwzf hoieaf duwK, afpixaF dy hwQoN hI ny, pwqF geIaF rolIaF. ivhiVaF dI suMn jry, mF mr mr hAuky Bry, nf drF dI AuzIk mwukI, awKF Br Br zolHIaF. qy drdF df mfrf mIq, gl nfl lfvy af ky, kfimaF dI ikrq dIaF, nf gwlF kry polIaF.

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mMjLl vl nMU jfeI jf igafn isMG kotlI isKr dupihry sLok dI grmI,

afpxI AuWcI ihMmq dyKIN,

ZihMdf cfr cuPyr nf dyKIN.

qwk ky lihMdI sUrj itwkI,

AuWcy Zyr sumyr nf dyKIN.

AuWdm hIly isdk vsIly,

aYvyN awQr kyr nf dyKIN.

pwujdy qoV ny afiKr EhI,

gihrF nMU rusnfeI rwKdy,

aOJoV rfhF ibKVy pYNzy,

ihMmq nMU prnfey ijHVy,

mMjLl kihMdy tuiraF dI hY,

suMny Gor cuigrdy aMdr,

Cwz ky ikDry isdk abUrI,

bih ky bhuqI dyr nf dyKIN.

mMjLl vl nMU jfeI jf, ikDry aMq avyr nf dyKIN. JwKV JFjf mINh hnyHrI, ikDry nyHr svyr nsf dyKIN. pIVF dI prCfeIN turdI, nfly turdy pYrIN Cfly, ibKry pwQr toey itwby, ikDry bulH atyr nf dyKIN. dunIaF dy ny Gr bQyry, cwkr-ivAU dy Pyr bQyry, syD ky apYr TIk insLfnf, muV ky zulHy byr nf dyKIN. sFB suafrIN rihMdy iqxky, prlo dI afPfq dy ivcoN, sihmIN dyK nf afhF ZfhF, sInf ivMnHdI lyr nf dyKIN afs AuzfrI ikrnf dI hY, cfvF ny rusLnfey supny, srGI soc Aujflf kihMdy, ipwCy muV ky Pyr nf dyKIN. son-svyry rIJ dI lflI,

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julfeI 20 qoN julfeI 24 qwk kYlgrI ivKy KyzI geI aMzr 16 PIlz hfkI nYsLnl cYpIanisLp ivwc bI[sI[ dI muMizaF dI tIm ny pihlf sQfn hfsl kIqf, ijs ivwc bhuigxqI pMjfbI iKzfrIaF dI sI. ies tIm ivwc cfr iKzfrI aYbtsPorz dy sn. ijnHF dy nF ies pRkfr hn, mnvIr isMG Jwmt, gOrv agnIhoqrI, Xuvrfj isMG brfV aqy sumIq isMG kulfr. mnvIr isMG Jwmt aqy hrvIr mwlI tUrnfmYNt dy bYst igafrF iKzfrIaF ivwc cuxy gey.

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pMjfb srkfr vwloN sI[bI[afeI[ gTn krn dy arQ ipCly kuJ smyN qoN keI mhwqvpUrn kysF nUM vI hwl krn ivwc asPl rihx dy dosLF ivwc iGrI pMjfb srkfr ny afKLr jurmF dI jFc-pVqfl dy kfrj leI vwKrI ‘pMjfb ibAUro afP ienvYstIgysLn’(pIbIafeI) bxfAux df PYslf ilaf hY. vwKry kfzr qihq sQfpq kIqI jfx vflI ies ibAUro ivwc vwK-vwK ivisLaF dy mfihrF nUM sLfml krn dI ivvsQf kIqI geI hY qF jo jurmF dI hr pwK qoN zUMGI jFc-pVqfl krky iksy Tos nqIky ‘qy phuMicaf jf sky. ieh ibAUro kqlF, aOrqF qy bwicaF AuWqy jLulmF, sfeIbr, afriQk qy sMgiTq aprfDF smyq mnwuKI qskrI dy kysF smyq hor mhwqvpUrn kysF dI jFc krygI. ies mMqv leI 5000 dy krIb nvIaF asfmIaF isrj ky AunHF ‘qy BrqI krn dy nfl-nfl vwK-vwK jurmF dI jFc leI ivsLysL tImF giTq kIqIaF jfxgIaF. zfierYktr-km-vDIk zfierYktr jnrl pulIs dI agvfeI hyT kfiem kIqI jf rhI pIbIafeI df Gyrf sb-izvIjLn qwk hovygf.

dwsxXog hY ik sfl 1996 ivwc pulIs dy do syvfmukq zfierYktr jnrlF pRkfsL isMG aqy aYWn[ky[isMG ny suprIm kort ivwc iewk jnihwq ptIsLn dfier krky pulIs suDfrF leI guhfr lfeI sI. 2006 ivwc suprIm kort ny ies ptIsLn df inptfrf kridaF kyNdr srkfr aqy sfrIaF sUbf srkfrF nUM pulIsqMqr nUM isafsI dKLlaMdfjLI qoN mukq krn leI sUbf sikAuirtI kimsLn bxfAux, zfierYktr jnrl dI mYirt anusfr inXukqI krn, pulIs aiDkfrIaF dI iewk sQfn ‘qy inXukqI dI imafd Gwto-Gwt do sfl XkInI bxfAux, jFc aqy amn kfnUMn bxfeI rwKx dy kfrjF nUM alwg-alwg krn, bdlIaF, inXukqIaF, qrwkIaF aqy hor syvf mfmilaF ivwc pfrdrsLqf ilafAux leI pulIs aYstYbilsLmYNt borz bxfAux, pulIs isLkfieq invfrn aQfrtI kfiem krn aqy kOmI surwiKaf kimsLn bxfAux sbMDI swq idsLf-inrdysL jfrI kIqy sn. aPsos dI gwl ieh hY ik pMjfb srkfr ny iewk dhfky bfad vI ienHF ivwcoN isrPL iewk pMjfb srkfr vwloN pIbIafeI df gTn, inrdysL vwKrI pIbIafeI bxfAux AuWqy hux drasl, pulIs suDfrF sbMDI suprIm aml krn df PYslf ilaf hY jdoNik bfkI kort vwloN dhfkf pihlF jfrI kIqy gey pMjF bfry hfly vI nf kyvl cuwp hI sfDI idsLf-inrdysLF qihq hI kIqf jf irhf hY. hoeI hY. ijLkrXog hY ik mOjUdf akflI-

Bfjpf srkfr ny pRbMDkI aqy mfl ivBfg ansufr dhfikaF qoN cly af rhy pulIs QfixaF dI ivDfn sBf hlikaF anusfr BMnqoV krky pulIs pRsLfsn ivwc isafsI dKLlaMdfjLI ies kdr vDf idwqI hY ik Qfxf muKI cuxy hoey jnqk numfieMidaF dy hI nhIN, blik swqfDfrI iDr vwloN afpMU Qfpy hlkf ieMcfrjF dy vI gulfm bx ky rih gey hn. ies siQqI ivwc pulIs vwloN inrpwKqf nfl jFc-pVqfl krn dI afs nhIN rwKI jf skdI. ieMnf hI nhIN, sUbfeI pulIs muKI dI inXukqI qoN lY ky QfixaF qwk dy ieMcfrjF dIaF bdlIaF aqy inXukqIaF ivwc isafsI dKLlaMdfjLI BfrU ho cwukI hY.

ivrwuD vDIkIaF aqy nisLaF dI qskrI df vD irhf vrqfrf pulIs Pors ivwc vD cwukI isafsI dKLlaMdfjLI df iswtf hI mMinaf jf irhf hY. jykr pMjfb srkfr vwloN suprIm kort dy idsLf-inrdysLF dI hux qwk shI ZMg nfl pflxf kIqI geI huMdI qF sLfied sUby ivwc amn-kfnUMn dI ieh qrsXog hflq nf huMdI. vwKrI jFc ibAUro bxfAuxI drusq kdm hY pr ijMnf icr pulIs pRbMD ivwcoN byloVI isafsI dKLlaMdfjLI nUM KLqm nhIN kIqf jFdf. Enf mhwqvpUrn kysF dI jFc df iksy qx- icr ieh ibAUro vI loVINdy nqIjy dyx ivwc pwqx nf lwgxf, vD rhy gYNgstr gYNg, sPl nhIN ho skygI. lwutF-KohF dIaF vfrdfqF ivwc vfDf, aOrqF

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WARNING: LETHAL DRUGS CONTINUE TO CIRCULATE IN FRASER HEALTH Overdose Strategy Update Fraser Health continues to see overdoses in our emergency departments resulting from people who use illicit drugs, including opioids. While the administration of naloxone has reversed the effects of some of these overdoses, tragically one person has died at Surrey Memorial Hospital. There have also been additional suspected deaths across the region since the recent spike in overdoses in Surrey. “It is important to note that these individuals include not only people who use drugs regularly but also those who use drugs on a recreational basis. In addition, people report taking a variety of drugs including but not limited to heroin, crack cocaine, cocaine, amphetamines, ecstasy and GHB,” said Dr. Victoria Lee, chief medical health officer. “At this time, we are warning people that all drugs may be contaminated with lethal substances.” Since the recent spike in overdoses, we have distributed more than 250 naloxone kits in Surrey. These kits have

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been distributed at Surrey Memorial Hospital, opioid substitution therapy clinics, on the street and through our community partners. All 12 Fraser Health emergency departments are registered to distribute naloxone and eight of these are actively issuing kits. The remainder will begin distributing kits in the coming weeks as take-home naloxone supplies are received by our sites. Since the weekend of July 15, when we saw 43 overdoses between Friday and Monday, we have seen an average of three overdoses per day at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Today, we are posting a social media kit, including photos (see attached examples) and social media posts, to our overdose hub and distributing the kit to our community stakeholders to help disseminate this information to the public. In the coming weeks, we will distribute posters in various community locations including transit stops, bars and restaurants. The posters will accompany an ongoing social media awareness campaign targeting the various types of people who use drugs,

their families and friends. To people who use drugs, and to their friends and families: • If you are using drugs, do testers and go slow. • If you are using drugs, have a buddy you can trust with you who is sober, able to recognize the signs of an overdose, and willing to call for medical help if you need it. • If you are using drugs alone, tell someone before you use, leave the door unlocked and have someone check on you. • If you are using drugs, we strongly advise you not to mix multiple substances, including alcohol. Mixing opioids with downers or opioids with uppers puts you at higher risk of overdose.

Fraser Health will continue to increase the number of take-home naloxone kits available to people who use drugs, their families and supporters. The aim of these kits is to provide people who use opioids with an opportunity to prevent an overdose and reduce harm in emergency situations. The public health emergency called on April 14th by British Columbia’s chief medical health officer, Dr. Perry Kendall, remains in effect. Yesterday, Premier Christy Clark announced a newly-formed Joint Task Force on Overdose Response headed by Dr. Kendall and Clayton Pecknold, director of police services.


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o d a y, t h e Pr ime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced a new process for appointing Supreme Court of Canada Justices that is open, transparent, and sets a higher standard for accountability.

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Prime Minister announces new Supreme Court of Canada judicial appointments process

Under the new process, an independent and non-partisan Advisory Board has been given the task of identifying suitable candidates who are jurists of the highest caliber, functionally bilingual, and representative of the diversity of our great country. For the first time, any qualified Canadian lawyer or judge may apply for appointment to the Supreme Court of

To enhance transparency, the assessment criteria guiding the Advisory Board, the questionnaire that all applicants must answer, and certain answers provided to the questionnaire by the Prime Minister’s eventual nominee, will all be made public. The Minister of Justice and the chair of the Advisory Board will appear before Parliament to discuss the selection process. A number of Members

of Parliament and Senators – from all parties – will also have the opportunity to take part in a Q&A session with the eventual nominee, before she or he is appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada. Fundamentally, this process will demonstrate a degree of rigor and responsibility that Canadians expect from their government.

Canada through the Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs. The seven-member Advisory Board, chaired by former Prime Minister Kim Campbell, includes four members nominated by independent professional organizations. The Advisory Board will review candidates who apply and will submit a shortlist of three to five individuals for consideration by the Prime Minister.

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mfxhfnI mukwdmy aqy cox rfjnIqI iksy ny slfh idwqI jF afpy kys kr idwqf, ieh vwKrf ivsLf hY, pr pMjfb dy kYbint mMqrI ibkrm isMG mjITIaf vwloN idwlI dy mwuK mMqrI qy afm afdmI pfrtI dy muKI arivMd kyjrIvfl dy iKlfPL kIqy gey mfx-hfnI kys ny pMjfb dI cox-jMg nUM iewk nvIN ptVI cfVH idwqf hY. ies kys qoN pihlF ijhVy llkfry pMjfb pRdysL kFgrs df pRDfn kYptn amirMdr isMG mfrdf huMdf sI ik cox ijwqx ipwCoN mYN ibkrm isMG mjITIey nUM jylH ByjFgf, Auh llkfry hux kyjrIvfl mfrdf qy amirMdr isMG rwb awgy ieh duaf krdf suxdf hY ik coxF ivwc kyjrIvfl dI pfrtI zwub jfvy. isafsI Kyqr ivwc ies vyly pMjfb dy do vwzy mhFrQI pRkfsL isMG bfdl qy kYptn amirMdr isMG smJy jFdy sn. hux ienHF dovF leI BfsLxF df mwuK mwudf arivMd kyjrIvfl bx igaf hY aqy dovF dy BfsLxF ivwc ipCly idnF dIaF surF qoN mfVf pRBfv ipaf hY. mwuK mMqrI bfdl ny lokF nUM ieh imhxf dyxf sLurU kr idwqf hY ik ipClI vfrI qusIN BdOV ivDfn sBf sIt aqy sMgrUr qy aMimRqsr dIaF lok sBf sItF qoN glq bMdy ijqf idwqy sn. lok ies ivwcoN iKJ not krdy sn. afm afdmI pfrtI dI

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byVI zobx leI amirMdr isMG dI rwb awgy jodVI vI Esy qrHF df pRBfv dy rhI hY. clMq hPqy ivwc bhuq vwzI Kbr bixaf mjITIaf-kyjrIvfl kys iewko mfmlf nhIN sI, ijs ivwc iksy AuWqy iksy ny mfx-hfnI df dfavf kIqf hY. iPr vI ieh vwzf ho igaf. arivMd kyjrIvfl dy ivrwuD kyNdrI KLjLfnf mMqrI arux jyqlI vflf mfx-hfnI kys vI ies hPqy adflqI kfrvfeI df ihwsf bixaf hY, pr Auh bhuqf cricq nhIN hoieaf. iewk kys hor ies hPqy crcf ivwc afieaf, ijhVf iewk afr[aYWs[aYWs vrkr ny kFgrs dy mIq pRDfn rfhul gFDI dy iKlfPL kIqf hoieaf sI. mfx-hfnI df Auh kys bVy icr df cwldf ipaf sI, pr kdy crcf ivwc nhIN sI afieaf. hux EdoN cricq hoieaf, jdoN mwudf suprIm kort ivwc igaf qy dysL dI sB qoN vwzI adflq ny rfhul nUM afr[aYWs[aYWs koloN ‘muafPI mMgx jF kys df sfhmxf krn’ ivwcoN koeI iewk rfh cuxn leI ikhf. ies gwl nUM bhuq pRcfiraf igaf ik suprIm kort ny rfhul gFDI nUM afr[aYWs[aYWs koloN muafPI mMgx nUM kih idwqf hY, pr asl khfxI ies pRcfr dy EhlyN lukvIN rih geI. clMq hPLqy iewk hor mfx-hfnI kys vI crcf ivwc afieaf, pr Kfs cricq nhIN hoieaf, hflFik Aus

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dI crcf iksy vI hor kys qoN vwD hoxI cfhIdI sI. Auh kys qfimlnfzU nfl sMbMDq hY. pihlI gw l ieh jfx lY x I cfhIdI hY ik suprIm kort vwloN rfhul gFDI nUM khI gwl nUM asl siQqI df Ehlf rwK ky aPvfh vFg pRcfiraf igaf hY. mfx-hfnI df kys hovy jF koeI hor iksm df, adflq ivwc ijs ivakqI dy iKlfP hY, Aus nUM jFdy sfr pihlF ieho pwuiCaf jFdf hY ik Auh dosLF nUM mMndf hY jF nhIN? kuJ lok ies mOky afpxy AuWqy lfey gey dosL mMndy qy iekbflIaf ibafn ipwCoN sjLf ivwc Cot mMgdy hn, pr bhuqy kysF ivwc ieh gwl khI jFdI hY ik dosL glq hn qy kfnUMnI lVfeI lVI jfvygI. rfhul gFDI df vI ieho mfmlf sI. ijhVy kys dI gwl cwldI sI, Auh mhfrfsLtr dy iewk afr[aYWs[aYWs[ vrkr ny kIqf sI qy ies df afDfr ieh bxfieaf sI ik rfhul gFDI ny afr[aYWs[aYWs AuWqy mhfqmf gFDI nUM kql krfAux df dosL lfieaf hY. rfhul gFDI ny hfeIkort nUM

dwisaf ik ieh gwl nhIN khI sI, isrP eynf ikhf sI ik afr[aYWs[aYWs[ nfl juVy lokF ny gFDI df kql kIqf sI. ieh gwl iewk hwd qwk shI hY. nfQU rfm gOzsy bfad ivwc BfvyN afr[aYWs[aYWs qoN vwK ho igaf dwisaf jFdf hY, pihlF Auh afr[aYWs[aYWs[


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nfl juiVaf irhf sI. rfhul gFDI ny mMg kIqI sI ik Aus dy iKlfP kIqf igfaf kys rwd kr idwqf jfvy. hfeI kort ny ieh bynqI nf mMnI qF Auh suprIm kort clf igaf qy suprIm kort ny iewk pysLI mOky Auho muwZ vflI gwl kih idwqI ik kys cwlx qoN nhIN roikaf jf skdf, Auh lwgy hoey dosL mMny qy muafPI mMg ky gwl mukf skdf hY jF iPr kys lVn leI iqafr hovy. ies nUM eydF bdilaf igaf ik rfhul nUM suprIm kort ny afr[aYWs[aYWs koloN muafPI mMgx nUM kih idwqf hY. aglI pysLI mOky siQqI iewk vwKrf moV lY geI.

vrkr ivcfly cw l df hY , mhfrfsL t r srkfr df vkIl ies ivwc nhIN bol skdf. mhfrfsLtr ivwc Bfjpf dI agvfeI vflI srkfr hY qy Aus dI pulIs ny sQfnk jwj dy kihx AuWqy rfhul gFDI dy iKlfP ijhVI jFc dI kfrvfeI kIqI hovygI, ies mwudy qoN Aus bfry vI ikMqU AuWBr pYxgy aqy rfhul gFDI nUM afr[aYWs[aYWs koloN muafPI mMgx vflI gwl hux rOly ivwc rul jfxI hY. aglI pysLI jdoN suprIm kort ivwc hovygI, Aus vyly qwk ies kys ivwc keI nukqy inkl afAuxgy. lwgdf hY ik aMq nUM ies kys df pfsf hI plt skdf hY.

ijhVf nvF moV afieaf, Auh rfhul gFDI jF Aus dy vkIlF ny nhIN ilaFdf, kort ivwc iewk jwj sfihb ny ieh nukqf cwuk ilaf ik ies kys ivwc ijs jwj ny mwuZlI suxvfeI kIqI, Aus ny kys dI jFc leI puls koloN mdd ikAuN leI? ieh bVf jfiejL nukqf sI. jdoN kys do iDrF ivcfly huMdf hY, ijvyN ibkrm isMG mjITIaF qy arivMd kyjrIvfl ivcfly hY, Aus dy qwQF dI jFc leI puls nUM nhIN ikhf jf skdf. pihlF ieh gwl axgOlI rhI sI. suprIm kort dy jwj ny jdoN puls jFc df mwudf PiVaf qF mhFrfsLtr srkfr df vkIl bolx lwgf qy ies AuWqy vI bihs BK peI ik kys do ivakqIaF rfhul gFDI aqy afr[aYWs[aYWs

hux afeIey Aus qfimlnfzU vfly mfxhfnI kys vwl. suprIm kort ies kys dI suxvfeI dy vkq kfPI sKLq ruK ivwc idKfeI idwqI hY. ieh kys qfimlnfzU dy iewk klfkfr joVy dy iKlfP hY, ijnHF ny qfimlnfzU dI srkfr AuWqy iBRsLtfcfr dy dosL lfey sn aqy rfj srkfr kihMdI hY ik ies qrHF srkfr aqy mwuK mMqrI dI mfxhfnI kIqI geI hY. mwuK mMqrI jYlilqf nUM adflq qoN do vfrI iBRsLtfcfr dy kysF ivwc sjLf hoeI, do vfrI Aus nUM ies sjLf kfrn mwuK mMqrI df ahudf Cwzxf ipaf qy dovyN vfr AuWprlI adflq qoN Auh bfad ivwc brI ho geI sI. Auh ieh gwl kdy mMnx nUM iqafr nhIN ik Aus dy rfj ivwc iBRsLtfcfr

hoieaf sI jF hux huMdf hY, iesy leI jdoN koeI ieh gwl kihMdf hY ik qfimlnfzU srkfr dy aMdr iBRsLtfcfr hY qF ies nUM jYlilqf afpxI mfx-hfnI smJdI hY. Aus klfkfr joVy leI qfimlnfzU ivwc rihxf vI aOKf kr idwqf igaf sI. suprIm kort ny ies mfmly ivwc srkfr AuWqy iBRsLtfcfr dy dosL lfAux nUM mfx-hfnI krnf nhIN mMinaf, sgoN ieh afiKaf hY ik awj-kwlH mfx-hfnI dykys rfjnIqI df iewk hiQafr bxI jf rhy hn. suprIm kort ny qfimlnfzU srkfr nUM hdfieq kIqI hY ik aglI suxvfeI vyly qfimlnfzU ivwc bxy ies qrHF dy sfry kysF dI bfkfiedf sUcI pysL kIqI jfvy. ieh Kfs hukm hY. suprIm kort dy kol igaf ieho kys mfx-hfnI qy rfjnIqI dy sMbMDF ivwc ieho ijhf mIl pwQr ho skdf hY, ijs dI sB qoN vwD crcf hoxI cfhIdI hY qy sfzy pfsy bhuq Gwt hoeI hY. afKr nUM ieho hoxf sI. suprIm kort TIk kihM d I hY . aw j -kw l H mfx-hfnI ky s rfjnIqI df hiQafr bxn lw g y hn. rfjnIqI nUM rfjnIqI dy Kyqr ivwc nijwTxf cfhIdf hY. rfjsI dUsLxbfjLI koeI nvIN gwl nhIN. sfZy nON sfl pihlF jdoN amirMdr isMG dy rfj df Bog pYx vflf smF afieaf sI, EdoN akflI dl ny

PAGE 17 pUry sPLy dy iesLiqhfr jfrI kIqy aqy kuJ lokF dIaf Poto AunHF ivwc CfpIaF sn ik ieh sfry iBRsLt hn, sfzI srkfr bxn ipwCoN ienHF dy rYx-bsyry jylHF ivwc bxngy. akflI dl coxF ijwq igaf aqy lok ieh AuzIk krdy rhy ik iBRsLt lokF nUM jylH ivwc Byijaf jfvygf, pr aml ivwc lgBg sfry iBRsLt afgU aqy aiDkfrI iPr akflI mMqrIaF nfl sFJ pf ky purfxf DMdf krn lwgy sn. akflI dl dy iesLiqhfrF ivwc pMjfb df iewk bVf sInIar aPsr hmysLf huMdf sI qy sfiraF qoN vwD iBRsLt ikhf jFdf sI Aus nUM pMjfb dI srkfrI msLInrI df muKI bxf idwqf igaf. keI iBRsLt afgU qy kFgrsI ivDfiek vI akflI dl ivwc afx imly sn. hr Xuwg ivwc aqy hr dysL ivwc hr srkfr bfry lok ieh gwl kihMdy huMdy hn ik srkfr dy aMdr iBRsLtfcfr hY, qy isrP aMdr nhIN, bfhr smfj ivwc vI ieh iBRsLtfcfr PYlf rhI hY. pMjfb dI ies vyly dI srkfr bfry jy koeI afKdf hY qF Aus dy afKy qoN lokF ny nhIN mMnxf, inwq df jIvn gujLfridaF ijwdF df qjrbf huMdf hY, Aus df asr mMnxf huMdf hY. coxF rfjsI phuMc qy lokF mUhry pysL kIqy jfx vfly BivwK nksLy dy afDfr AuWqy hoxIaF hn, afm lok ieho ijhy mfx-hfnI dy kysF dI kfrvfeI pVH ky votF pfAux awj qwk kdy gey nhIN qy ies vfrI jfxy nhIN.

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Saint Soldier Announced as Jam in Jubilee’s FVMA Performer

nfluential South Asian Hip Hop Artist to Help Kick off Abbotsford Festival

sponsored slot on August 4th, Jam in Jubilee recently announced that the Fraser Valley Music Award’s 2016. Orga(FVMA) 2016 Best Hip Hop artist, Saint Soldier, will fill its FVMAnizers are saying that the groundbreaking South Asian hip hop artist is the The Patrika Friday, December 11th, 2015 PAGEperform27 ideal  er to help kick cont’d from page 23 off the popular have,” FVBIA executive director two stages. In the first stage, $10,000 free community festival. Carol Paetkau said. “Thank you to the Government of British Columbia for recognizing the value of communitybased services for this population.”

“The expansion of the programs being offered will make a huge difference in our community,” Abbotsford South MLA Darryl Plecas said. “A brain injury can happen at any moment and change a life forever. This investment will touch many lives.”

was provided to each of B.C.’s 16 community-based, non-profit braininjury service providers to help with operational costs.

In the second stage, brain-injury organizations in B.C. receive funding based on applications for programs specific to their needs. These organizations run programs and services to help reduce the incidence of injury or directly help those affected by brain “I’m happy to hear that thanks to this injuries. funding, the Fraser Valley Brain Injury Pictured: Abbotsford South MLA Association will be able to provide Darryl Plecas, Abbotsford-Mission new programs throughout the region,” MLA Simon Gibson, and Chilliwack Abbotsford West MLA Michael de MLA John Martin congratulate Carol Jong said. “The hard work they con- Paetkau, FVBIA executive director tinue to do will improve the lives of (left), Joy Scoobie, FVBIA program those impacted by a brain injury.” facilitator (middle) and FVBIA clients In May, the government provided $3 Mary-Ann Kostelyk, Laura Solomon, million in funding over three years to Paulette Roussy, John Oltuis, and the Brain Injury Alliance which has Bernie Wiens for expanding their sucdistributed funding to organizations in cessful programs.

“Saint Solider is a great example of the type of artist our festival loves to share with the community,” said Jam in Jubilee Director Jennifer TrithardtTufts. “He makes great music and he’s also involved in the spoken word community. He’s doing exciting things and sharing important messages in Abbotsford.”

follow each evening in the park. The “After Dark” series will feature local electronic, dance, and pop-oriented acts, as well as local DJs. For the past seven years, members of a youth-oriented group called the Jam In Jubilee Committee have donated thousands of hours of their time to planning and executing the festival. The Committee’s focus on procuring the Fraser Valley’s most exciting indie music talent for its main-stage has endeared the community event to its 15-35 year old demographic. The youth-focused yet family-friendly concert series is unique in Abbotsford. CIVIL Radio organized and hosted the first-ever Fraser Valley Music Awards this past year. The event’s mandate is to celebrate local arts and culture and provide resources and support for local musicians.

The Jam in Jubilee Summer Concert To find out more or volunteer, visit Series, a free event featuring local jaminjubilee.com. and regional talent, is slated to run for four Thursday nights in Jubilee Schedule: Park, beginning on August 4th, 2015. The evenings start at 6 p.m. with an August 4: Saint Soldier; Western art market and craft beer service, fol- Jaguar; Alex Rake; (and for the After lowed by music and entertainment at 7 Dark Series) DJ Johnny K, followed p.m. The series takes place in Jubilee by Herokah & DJ RAV3N Park, in downtown Abbotsford in the August 11: Lonesome Town Painters; area of South Fraser Way and McCal- Adrian Teacher and the Subs; Julie lum Road. Finally, the “After Dark Doiron; (and for the After Dark Series) Series,” a concert at Townhall Public DJ Sonja, followed by Kristin Witko House (33720 South Fraser Way) will August 18: Kin; Jenny Banai; Poison Corn; (and for the After Dark Series) DJ Joel Sojonky, followed by Dove August 25: Chicken-Like Birds; Sylvia Platters; Atodaso; (and for the After Dark Series) DJ Simon Bridgefoot, followed by Teen Daze Founded in 2010, Jam in Jubilee (formerly known as Jammin’ in Jubilee) carries on the live music tradition started by the Abbotsford Downtown Business Association (ADBA) in 2004. Jam in Jubilee was adopted by the Jam in Jubilee Committee, a mélange of young people in Abbotsford dedicated to local music, business, culture, and art. The Jam in Jubilee Summer Concert Series stages live music and an arts and crafts market in Abbotsford’s Jubilee Park each Thursday night for four nights in August. For More Information: Check out www.jaminjubilee.com Like us on Facebook (facebook.com/jaminjubilee) Follow us on Twitter (@JaminJubilee) Admire our Instagram (JaminJubilee)

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Nothing Certain in BC Except Death, Taxes & Foreign Investment This commentary first ran in The Province on July 28, 2016. It is available for other outlets to pick up. It was a bleak time for the Vancouver middle class. Money was pouring into the red hot housing market from Asian investors and pricing everyday people out of the market. The premier heard their cries. Flashing a trademark grin, the premier announced a major tax increase. “Foreign investors, many speculatively, [are] driving up home prices beyond the reach of British Columbians,” the premier explained. “These people paid no tax and most [have] never paid a BC tax of any kind … these welcome newcomers should also contribute to the needs of the province and this should be done through some sort of ‘property transfer tax.’” No, this wasn’t Christy Clark on July 25, 2016. This was 1987. And the smiling premier was Bill Vander Zalm. Those quotes, pulled from Vander Zalm’s two books written long before the current real estate boom, remind us of how these problems keep coming back. The property transfer tax was originally created to apply only to the top five per cent of properties. But that luxury tax, under the watch of both NDP and Liberal governments, quickly became a tax on everyone. Clark’s new foreign investor tax is riddled with loopholes. It doesn’t address the problem of the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program, which allows foreign millionaires to buy their way into Canadian permanent residency status. Any investor with a family member with permanent residence or citizenship could simply buy property through them. In Australia, a similar tax was hamstrung by numbered companies and other creative dodges. Even if it does work, it could simply move these investors to Victoria, Nanaimo, Kelowna, Whistler or Fraser Valley estates, driving up home prices for people there. Targeted taxes, as we saw with Vander Zalm’s 1980s property transfer tax, often become everyone taxes. Moreover, you can bet wealthy investors will use their cadre of lawyers, ac-

countants and tax experts to find ways around it. In response, government will try and close those loopholes. This will inevitably cause the tax to spread to other people. The bureaucracy will grow and the government will become dependent on whatever revenue it does manage to catch. And housing will still be out of reach for many families. The BC Liberals’ housing plan ignores a major hurdle to making homes more affordable: supply. This week’s announcement doesn’t speed up municipal bureaucracy, which is currently choking three-and-half years’ worth of construction starts. Nor does it force mayors and councils to look at their ridiculous housing tax regimes. In fact, it makes it even worse. By going along with Mayor Gregor Robertson’s ill-conceived vacancy tax (another key piece of the plan announced by Clark), the BC Liberals have ensured Vancouver property taxpayers will be on the hook for collecting an expensive, unworkable tax. Trying to prove people don’t live somewhere will force Vancouver to grow its bureaucracy. Today, if you believe polls, these tax measures have public support. There’s no tax quite as popular as a tax on someone else. But will the people still be on board once the bills come in for collecting the Vancouver vacancy tax, or when the foreign investment tax has to morph to catch the money coming into the country? Or if housing prices are unaffected? Or if housing prices plunge and Canadian homeowners owe more than their home is worth? No doubt, some years from now, some other smiling premier will try another tax to protect British Columbians from skyrocketing housing prices. In BC, the more things change, the more things stay the same.

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Dear Friend, In recent months, thousands of friends across Canada encouraged me to seek the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada to renew the national party at a challenging time. I am humbled by their confidence in me. However, I recently decided to seek the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta in order to unite conservatives, defeat the NDP government, and get Alberta back on the right track.

In order to commit myself completely to the huge task before me, I will be resigning from my seat in the House of Commons when the PC leadership campaign formally begins in October. I have had the great honour of representing my constituents and fighting for our values in Parliament for the past nineteen years. I want to thank you and the thousands of Canadians who have assisted or encouraged me in that work.

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who have done so much over the past decade to help me in our important work of making the Conservative Party a natural home for new Canadians, and members of our diverse cultural communities. Between 2004 and 2011 we managed to more than double the support of new Canadians for the Conservative Party, and even in the difficult 2015 federal election voters who immigrated to Canada were more likely to vote Conservative than those who were born here. Ours is the only centre-right party in the world for whom that is true, a fact which makes me enormously proud of our work in encouraging people of diverse backgrounds to vote their values! I am also deeply grateful to those who helped me achieve so much in my public service over the past decade: • As Canada’s longest-serving Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, implementing fundamental reforms to help new Canadians succeed, while strengthening the fairness and integrity of the system; • As Minister of Employment, where I launched the skills agenda to boost trades training, and implemented the Canada Jobs Grant; • As Minister of National Defence, working with our brave men and women in uniform, and deploying the Canadian Armed Forces to take the fight to ISIL in the Middle East, and to Ukraine to strengthen their defenses; and

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• Giving Canada a strong and principled voice in world affairs; and • Giving prairie farmers marketing choice, scrapped the long gun registry, and did so much else to expand freedom. Thanks in part to the great work of our brilliant interim Leader Rona Ambrose, I am truly optimistic about the future of the Conservative Party of Canada. We have a strong caucus, energized grassroots members, and a strong foundation. I believe that the Trudeau Liberal government is already planting the seeds of its demise with policies that Canadians will reject, from higher taxes and debt, to weakening our national security and role in world affairs. I hope that you will help Rona Ambrose and our team in Ottawa in this important work. Here are some ways that you can help me in my campaign to get Alberta back on the right track: 1. If you are an Alberta resident, please sign up at jasonkenney.ca. We will let you know how you can vote in the PC leadership election, volunteer, or help in other ways. 2. If you live outside of Alberta, you could help by encouraging Alberta friends to help us by signing up at jasonkenney.ca, or to donate financially to our campaign. We can only accept contributions from Alberta residents. 3. Like my page on Facebook and follow me on Twitter, and share my content with your friends — everybody we reach represents a potential new voter. 4. Once our campaign is fully up and running, we would always be happy to have extra help from volunteers from across Canada. If you’re interested in helping us out, please sign up here. Thank you again for your encouragement, advice, and support in the past. I am excited about the new challenge that I am facing, and believe that together, we can continue to fight for the values that have made Canada an example to the world, the true North strong and free!

Yours sincerely, Honourable Jason Kenney, PC, MP


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Joint task force mobilized to scale up overdose response

ritish Columbia is experiencing an unprecedented rise in overdoses.

In response to this, Premier Christy Clark announced a newly formed Joint Task Force on Overdose Response headed by provincial health officer Dr. Perry Kendall and Clayton Pecknold, director of police services. Other members are still being determined but will include representatives from BC Centre of Disease Control and the ministries of Health and Public Safety. British Columbia has taken decisive action to address the overdose situation. Dr. Kendall declared a public health emergency in April 2016. Since that time, Dr. Kendall and chief medical health officers have been working with health authorities, emergency room staff, first responders and the BC Coroners Service to improve the sharing of data between organizations. The new task force will provide expert leadership and advice to the Province on additional actions to prevent and respond to overdoses in British Co-

lumbia. It will work closely with the BC Drug Overdose and Alert Partnership and senior police officials to build and strengthen the actions already in place to prevent drug overdoses. Government supports a strengthened partnership with the federal government to make progress on measures under federal jurisdiction. As part of this, the Province will take action to work with the federal government on the establishment of additional supervised consumption sites in B.C., restricting access to pill presses and tableting machines, limiting access to the materials used to manufacture fentanyl and escalating charges for the importation and trafficking of fentanyl. B.C. will also request that Canada Border Services Agency has the right tools to keep illicit opioids from reaching B.C. streets. In addition, the task force will work with partners to establish a testing service to help people find out if their drugs contain adulterants, including fentanyl. It will help facilitate a social marketing campaign to increase public

awareness on how to prevent, identify and respond to overdoses. The task force will also work with partners to expand the range of medications available, the accessibility of the opioid substitution treatment program and access to substance-use recovery programs for those who wish to stop using drugs. B.C. has been leading the country in responding to the growing number of opioid overdoses and was the first province in Canada to establish a provincewide take-home naloxone program. Naloxone is a safe medication that can reverse the effects of an overdose of an opioid drug, such as heroin, morphine, fentanyl or oxycodone. Training and take home naloxone kits are available at more than 260 sites across B.C. Since its launch, the Take Home Naloxone program has shown effectiveness at saving lives with more than 700 opioid drug overdose reversals. More than 10,000 naloxone kits have been distributed to people who use opioids and more than 9,700 people

have been trained to administer naloxone, including people who use opioids, their friends and family and service providers. Recently, the federal government also approved naloxone nasal spray kits for sale in Canada and government is working with Health Canada and provincial partners to introduce this product in B.C. as soon as possible. The Province has recently funded specialized training for first responders responding to calls that require them to deal with fentanyl. Police leaders and drug experts have been delivering workshops focused on helping investigators to get fentanyl and other deadly drugs off B.C.’s streets. In addition, on July 1, 2016, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC made changes to prescribing requirements, making is easier for doctors to prescribe Suboxone to treat opioid addiction. The college has also recently adopted new professional standards to help doctors prescribe opioids more safely.

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Agri-tourism balance supports farmers, celebrates farming The British Columbia government has brought clarity to permitted agri-tourism activities and has established new opportunities around events, such as weddings in the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR), to help farmers grow their incomes and help British Columbians share the growing passion for local foods and farming. The Ministry of Agriculture has developed a regulation that establishes that ALR land owners will not need a permit from the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC) to host specific activities like commercial weddings, concerts or non-agriculture related festivals, providing that: The farm is classified as having farm status under the Assessment Act; No new, permanent structures are being built;

30,000th application in for B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant

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ducation Minister Mike Bernier welcomed the 30,000th application for the $1,200 B.C. Training and Education Savings Grant (BCTESG) less than one year since the program went live. The grant puts British Columbians first by helping families kick-start their savings for post-secondary education and helping make that education more affordable and accessible. The minister was on hand with financial partner BMO at the B.C. Legislature today for the application by the Blokmanis family for their 6-year-old daughter Rowen, who became the 30,000th applicant for the BCTESG. Applying takes three easy steps: obtain a Social Insurance Number for the eligible child, open a Registered Education Savings Plan at a participating financial institution, and apply for the grant. Families have three years to submit an application for the grant when their child becomes eligible.

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People can apply for the grant at financial institutions throughout B.C., including BMO Bank of Montreal, Scotiabank, RBC Royal Bank, HSBC Bank of Canada, BC credit unions and an additional 36 promoters. So far the province has funded more than $33 million worth of grants under the program. Starting Aug. 15, 2016, children born on or after Jan. 1, 2006, will be eligible to apply for the grant. Through Budget 2016, government is investing an extra $39 million to extend the grant to children born in 2006. Currently, eligible children must have been born in 2007 or later. All children must be residents of B.C., along with a parent or guardian. There are no barriers for low-income families applying for the grant since no matching or additional contributions are required to access the $1,200. The Province is also working to ensure children in care have access to equivalent funds for training and education through a trust fund.

All parking must be on the farm (no road parking) but the parking area must not be permanent nor interfere with the farm’s agricultural productivity; The number of guests at any event is 150 or less; and The number of events is 10 or less in a calendar year. An application to the ALC is required if any of the above conditions are not met. For example, a farm that wishes to hold a wedding with 200 guests, or hosts the 11th wedding on their farm in a calendar year will need to apply to the ALC. In addition, regardless of whether an application to the ALC is required, farmers must also continue to meet all relevant local government requirements, such as event hosting, liquor licenses, and fire code requirements. The restrictions in the regulation do not apply to wineries, meaderies and cideries, as many are established providers of these services and already have infrastructure, licensing and procedures in place. These facilities can continue to operate as they have been without requiring an application to the ALC.

In addition, irrespective of the above criteria, no application to the ALC is required for a famer hosting weddings for family members or friends at no charge. If famers are receiving a payment for hosting the wedding of a family member or friend, an application to the ALC is required if any of the above conditions are not met. Local governments cannot prohibit weddings from taking place on land in the ALR, but can require the farmers to apply for a permit which could specify conditions related to amplified sound, parking, fireworks or other disturbances. The policy of not requiring permits for activities described in the ALC’s Policy on Agri-tourism Activities has also been formalized into the regulation. Activities that do not require an application to the ALC include: Farm tours and farm demonstrations Hay, tractor and sleigh rides Corn mazes, pumpkin patch tours and related activities Seasonal promotional events (e.g., harvest and Christmas fairs and activities) Special promotional events (e.g., private or public special occasion events for the promotion of farm products) The regulation is in effect immediately. The clarity regarding agri-tourism and new opportunities related to events were established through discussions with the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, the British Columbia Agriculture Council, the Agriculture Land Commission, and the British Columbia Young Farmers Association in February 2016.


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Liberals Must Answer Questions before Sending Troops to War Zone

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ames Bezan, Official Opposition Critic for National Defence, and Pierre Paul-Hus, Associate Critic for National Defence, issued the following statement in response to the Liberal government’s refusal to address serious concerns about the safety of Canadian troops: “This week the world witnessed attacks on both UN peacekeeping forces and African Union security officials in Somalia, by members of Al-Shabab. A terrorist organization that has been waging guerrilla warfare against UN forces since 2011, Al-Shabab has pledged to eliminate all foreign troops in Somalia. With over 100 peacekeepers killed since 2013, these conflict zones have been recognized by the UN Security Council as the deadliest mission for UN troops. “In spite of these dangers, the Liberal government remains persistent in their refusal to address the serious concerns that have risen in response to their commitment of Canadians troops to conflict zones in Africa. This decision, which neglects the responsibility that the government has to our men and women in uniform, also clearly demonstrates that the Liberals’ defence policy review is nothing more than window dressing.

“Before the Liberals send our troops into a war zone against jihadi terrorists, we call on the government to bring this to Parliament for a debate and vote. Canadians are demanding to know where and when will our troops be deployed? How many will be deployed? Will they be given the necessary tools to defend themselves? What are the rules of engagement? “Canada must stand up for the rights and freedoms of those who cannot do so for themselves. In turn, the government must ensure that our troops are prepared to confront all threats they may face. Canadians deserve to know why this Liberal government is refusing to be transparent with Canadians about their plan for our troops.”

Statement by the Prime Minister on the Royal Tour of Canada by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

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he Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement regarding the upcoming Royal Tour of Canada by Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, which will take place in the fall of 2016: “We are delighted by the Governor General’s announcement that Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will visit Canada this fall. During their stay, the Duke and Duchess will travel to British Columbia and Yukon on a visit that will showcase some of Canada’s finest natural beauty. “This Royal Tour, the second undertaken by Their Royal Highnesses

to Canada, also presents a unique opportunity for Canadians of all backgrounds to meet with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and learn more about our heritage, traditions, and institutions.

3rd Annual Anonymous Art Show and Fundraiser at the Kariton Art Gallery

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his year the Abbotsford Arts Council is pleased to host the 3rd Annual Anonymous Art Show Fundraiser, taking place August 6th-30th at the Kariton Art Gallery. Please join us for some light refreshments at the opening reception to be held on Saturday August 6th, from 6 – 8 pm. The Anonymous Art Show features artwork of many diverse styles, subject matters, and media from Lower Mainland artists of all ages and skill levels. Each piece in the show is on an unframed canvas of the same size (12” x 12” x 1.5”) and the artists remain anonymous until after their pieces are purchased.

“Our government looks forward to This exhibition is an opportunity to providing Canadians with further raise funds for the programs initidetails closer to the beginning of the ated by the Abbotsford Arts Council Royal Tour.”

that support arts in our community. Each piece is priced at $100, with half of proceeds going directly to the artist and half to the Abbotsford Arts Council. Art buyers will be able to take their piece home immediately upon purchase and a sold tag will be put in its place revealing the artist’s name. In addition, you can follow all of the excitement via social media as the Abbotsford Arts Council will announce each artist as their work is sold on Facebook (facebook.com/AbbotsfordArtsCouncil), Instagram (instagram. com/abbotsfordartscouncil), and Twitter (@abbyartscouncil).

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Wrestling: Cascades reel in deep, talented recruiting class

he University of the Fraser Valley wrestling program has reloaded for the 2016-17 season, signing nine promising recruits.

The Cascades men’s wrestling team will have seven new grapplers among its ranks. University of Winnipeg transfer Mitchell Berenz, a two-time Canada West champion, lends some veteran presence to the group, and he’ll be joined by six Fraser Valley high school grads: Amtoj Dhaliwal and Alex Johnson of Abbotsford; Hassib Javeed and Husayn Mohammad of Surrey; Kamil Golowko of Langley; and Marko Kolobara of Maple Ridge. On the women’s side, Surrey’s Karla Godinez Gonzalez and Gurpreet Sengar of Abbotsford will lend their talents to the Cascades. “We’re going to have a lot younger group,” noted Raj Virdi, who serves as co-head coach of the Cascades wrestling program alongside Arjan Bhullar. “We’re glad our team is growing, and I believe we’ll have success throughout the year. Myself and Arjan are going to work really hard with the kids, and

hopefully we’ll get some good results at the Canada West and CIS championships. We’re looking forward to working with these athletes for the next four or five years and try to help them win a national title.” Mitchell Berenz 68 kg men’s division

of high-level competition and what it takes to succeed. They aren’t just building national champions – their goals are building world champions and having success not only at a national level but beyond that. While attending UFV I hope to gain as much experience as possible from the coaches and not only win an individual national title but a team title as well.”

Arrowhead High School (Hartland, Amtoj Dhaliwal Wis.) Berenz brings some impressive bona fides to the Cascades, having won the Canada West gold medal in the 65 kg weight class in both 2014 and 2015. He also had a highly decorated high school career in Wisconsin. “He’s done well his last couple years in CIS, and he’s going to be a very good addition to the team,” Virdi said of Berenz. “He’s a good kid, and we expect big things from him in the coming year.” “I chose to come to UFV because of the athletic talent and achievements of its coaching staff,” said Berenz, who will study business at UFV. “They have the experience and knowledge

84 kg men’s division Abbotsford Traditional Secondary (Abbotsford, B.C.) Dhaliwal was a member of the Abby Traditional Titans senior boys wrestling squad which won the team title at the 2015 B.C. high school championships and followed up with a silver medal in 2016. He’s a two-time individual silver medalist at the B.C. high school meet, and finished fourth at the cadet national championships in 2014. Dhaliwal also won gold medals in back-to-back years (2014 and 2015) at the prestigious Western Canada Age Class and SFU War on the Floor tournaments. “Amtoj is good,” Virdi observed. “His family is very serious about the sport, and actually moved from the Island to the Valley because there’s a lot more wrestling over here. He won provincials last year, and he’s a young guy who’ll wrestle for a very long time.” “I chose to attend UFV because of the excellent coaching staff and the amount of one-on-one time they give you both inside the wrestling room and out,” Dhaliwal said. “My goals and dreams are to successfully finish my bachelor’s degree as well as become junior national champion.” Kamil Golowko 130 kg men’s division Langley Secondary (Langley, B.C.) “He’s a good kid,” Virdi said of Golowoko. “He’s young, he’s got a little bit to learn, but we’ve got some big guys he can train with and we think he has a lot of potential.” “I chose UFV because I believe that I can excel there the most, both academically and athletically,” Golowko said. “My goals at UFV are to achieve a bachelor’s degree in criminology and

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also to complete for Team Canada in wrestling at the Olympics.” Haseeb Javed 61 kg men’s division Guildford Park Secondary (Surrey, B.C.) “I’ve known Haseeb for a while, from provincial camps,” Virdi said. “He works hard – harder than most kids I’ve seen. The only thing that held him back last year was, he broke his hand and that kept him out of provincials and nationals. He’ll be a really good addition.” “My goal is to be the best I can be, whether on the mat or in the classroom,” Javed said. “I wish to learn and grow and develop life skills that will help me through my journey. I am truly applicative for this opportunity to wrestle for such a great school. I wish to get as much as I can out of it and one day to give back to those who have helped me.” Husayn Mohammad 57 kg men’s division Guildford Park Secondary (Surrey, B.C.) “He works really hard,” Virdi said. “He went to provincials and lost to a couple guys who made the finals. He hasn’t wrestled as long as some of the others, and he’ll be a good kid to work with. I’ve seen him at some camps and tournaments, and I think he’ll be really good.”

“I would like to thank all my coaches from Guildford Park for the time and effort they spent on me to become the wrestler and man I am today,” said Mohammad, who will pursue a criminology degree at UFV. “I look forward to a new and fresh start. I chose the Cascades because they give me the chance to further my education while competing as a wrestler. My dreams and goals with the Cascades are to be a better wrestler each and every day in hopes of being a national champion one day.” Alex Johnson 72 kg men’s division W.J. Mouat Secondary (Abbotsford, B.C.) Johnson was a silver medalist this season at the Upper Fraser Valley zone


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“Gurpreet is relatively new to wrestling, but she’s very keen to learn,” Virdi said. “I think she’ll have suc“I really like the coaches and it’s close to home,” cess in university and Johnson said, reflecting on his decision to sign with beyond. She’s one of the Cascades. “I want to get my degree and be a CIS those girls who really champion.” loves the sport.” Virdi noted that Johnson was recommended to him “I chose UFV because by Mouat coach Jim Mitchell, a member of Wrestling it’s local – a lot of my Canada’s Hall of Fame and a huge supporter of the friends go there – and Cascades wrestling program. has a really good wres-

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championship to qualify for provincials. He also posted a fifth-place finish at the Abby Invitational, and a sixth-place result at the Alberni Invitational. He’ll study business at UFV.

“I’ve seen him wrestle a couple times, and he’s got tling team,” Sengar said. “My goal is to make it to the a lot of potential,” Virdi said of Johnson.

conference championships and win a medal, and advance to the

nationals. I’m looking forward to improving in the sport.”

Marko Kolobara 76 kg men’s division Maple Ridge Secondary (Maple Ridge, B.C.) Kolobara climbed the podium at four tournaments during the high school season, picking up bronze medals at the SFU War on the Floor, Western Canada Age Class, Alberni Invitational, and Upper Fraser Valley zone championships. The three-time provincial championship qualifier will enrol in business at UFV. “He’s wrestled for a long time, and been really involved in the sport,” Virdi said. “When he gets to compete at a higher level and absorbs some more coaching, I think he has a lot of potential.” “I’m proud to be part of the UFV Cascades wrestling program and I’m very excited to start my next season with the team,” Kolobara said. “UFV has a great program with great coaches, and I think I will be able to excel with the help of my coaches and teammates. I hope to eventually be able to help lead the team to a CIS national championship.” Karla Godinez Gonzalez 54 kg women’s division Earl Marriott Secondary (Surrey, B.C.) “We saw her wrestle at provincials, and we were very impressed,” Virdi said. “She’s going to excel – she loves wrestling, she loves working hard, and she’s tough. She’s only been wrestling a couple years, and I know she’s going to absorb all the information we give her.” “My goals are to learn as much as possible, help others, and succeed as a student-athlete at UFV,” Gonzalez said. “I dream to travel and compete internationally.” Gurpreet Sengar 64 kg women’s division W.J. Mouat Secondary (Abbotsford, B.C.) Sengar’s senior season with the W.J. Mouat Hawks was highlighted by a silver medal at the Miri Piri Tournament and a fourth-place finish at the Western Canada Age Class tourney.

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hIrf isMG ny KLflsf PLOj qfeIN,

POLj Kflsf hoeI iqafr ey jI.

jfx-bwuJ ky bwuDU bxfieaf jy.

rfxI ijMdF df vIr jvfhr isMG,

bIr isMG Drmfqmf pruK qfeIN,

quiraf PLOj nUM Auh llkfr ey jI.

zyry mfr ky KLUn bhfieaf jy.

kfilaF vflf XoDf aqr isMG,

hrcMd isMGf jnfnIaF bMnHIaF ny,

nfl sLfm isMG atfrI srdfr ey jI.

ksLmIrf isMG nUM mfr mukfieaf jy..

hrcMd isMG DUVF AuzdIaF ny,

ipMz ilaf isMGF ny Gyr mIaF.

sux-dyK krqUq sB zogry dI,

ktk ciVHaf DONsy mfr ey jI..

krnf tfkrf morcy lf bYTf,

pMQ-drdIaF DfhF mfrIaF ny.

pYVF nwpdy Kury dy mgr cwly,

hIrf isMG rfjpUq dlyr mIaF.

lfvf Puwtdf Pwutdf Pwut ipaf,

KLurf Koj hY kihMdy mukf dyxf.

hrcMd isMGf Gmsfn sI hox lwgf,

Auho lwgy krn iqafrIaF ny.

sfzf ijnHF ny swiqafnfs kIqf,

dovyN pfisEN lfeI nf dyr mIaF.

Ausny sfzy kysF ivwc hwQ pfieaf,

ivwc imwtI dy AunHF imlf dyxf.

ipMz vfly ipMz ‘coN kwZ idwqy,

iPrIaF idlF dy Auqy afrIaF ny.

qopF BfrIaF nfl bfrUd goly,

mrd, aOrqF, bwcy, jvfn BfeI

hrcMd isMGf AunHf hIrf isMG qfeIN,

mfr mfr ky quKLm Auzf dyxf.

psLU, lIVy-kwpVy, aMn-pfxI,

gwlF afKIaF awq krfrIaF ny.. jwly afiKaf hIrf isMG qfeIN,

hrcMd isMG njLr nf afAux muVky,

hor loVINdf jo sfmfn BfeI.

dl zogrf Drq qy pf dyxf.

ijMnf icr lVfeI nhIN Kqm huMdI,

swq mIl lfhOr qoN msIN gey,

nyVy afAux nf kIqf Prmfn BfeI.

idn ciVHaf hoeI svyr mIaF.

hrcMd isMGf PLOjF pMjfb dIaF,

hux sfzI nhIN hY KLYr rfjf bVf kMm gLlq hF kr bYTy, hux sfzy nf lwgxy pYr rfjf jfnF lY ky jMmU dy rfh peIey,

hIrf isMG ny ijwQy-ijwQy pVfa kIqf,

dyKLo lwgIaF mrn mrfn BfeI.. cldf...

ies qoN pihlF ik Zihjy kihr rfjf hrcMd isMGF nf Cwizaf KLflsy ny, ies nfl pfieaf ijs ny vYr rfjf hIrf isMG qy jwlHy pMzq ny afpxy jrnYlF, PLOjIaF aqy pirvfrF nUM lY ky jMmU vwl Bwjxf hIrf isMG qy jwlHf aMdr-Kfqy, Bwjx leI iqafrIaF krn lwgy. sonf, nkdI, mfl-asbfv sfrf, Auho gwizaF ivwc sI Brn lwgy. POLjI iqMn hjLfr aqy jrnYl ingdy, jrUrI vsqF hor ny Drn lwgy. hrcMd isMGf rfq df lY lfhf, rfh jMmU df rfq nUM PVn lwgy..

lfB isMG bMnH ky lhOr nUM ho ilaf jI.

21 dsMbr 1844 eI: nUM Kflsf PLOjF ny ipwCf krky rfjf hIrf isMG,

hrcMd isMGf hurmqI dyK iehy,

jwlHf pMzq, gulfb isMG df lVkf mIaF

lhU KLflsf POLj df KOilaf jI..

sohx isMG aqy mIaF

nf hI cVH iPrMgI dI PLOj afeI,

lfB isMG nUM kql krnf.

nf hI AunHF ny pul bMnHfieaf jy.

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bfeIk-bI sI PMizMg df lfB hovygf 23 sLihrF nUM

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'I'm Even More Commitment Phobic Now: Akshaye

I can never be disciplined like Aamir, says ShahRukh

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says he can never be as disciplined as Aamir khan when it comes to working on body fitness. Shah Rukh was speaking about Aamir Khan’s weight gain and loss for his upcoming film ‘Dangal’, he also said that the “Aamir works really hard on his body.

“Aamir is very disciplined and works really hard on his body. Two years ago, when I had met him, he had put on a lot of weight and now he has lost all those extra kilos. I can never be disciplined. “Infact, I started working out only after ‘Om Shanti Om’,” Shah Rukh said.

         Yami Gautam made a breakthrough debut with Vicky Donor and now the actress hopes Kaabil will help cement her position more commercially. While Yami has appeared in a number of films like Total Siyappa, Action Jackson, Badlapur and Sanam Re her roles in some movies have been limited to bit parts as opposed to prominent characters. She says Kaabil, in which she will be seen opposite Hrithik Roshan, has the potential to become a career-defining film for her. “When you are on your own, it can be a bit challenging. There could be roles which I’d want to do but maybe right now I can’t get them. I have to formulate my way so I can slowly move towards reaching there. Whatever I have done so far has led me to Kaabil. It is a big opportunity for me to establish myself more commercially. It is a huge platform,” This is also one of the most challenging roles she has played so far “My character is different from what I have done. Hrithik and I are playing blind people in the film. It required a certain kind of homework. It is challenging not just for the actors but also for the director and the rest of the crew. “But everyone is so much into their zone and they know exactly what they want. I think everybody is working really hard to rise above the script.”

Akshaye Khanna, who had taken a five year long sabbatical, will finally be onscreen in the Varun Dhawan and John Abraham starrer Dishoom. In a recent interview when he was asked about his absence from the big screen, he was quoted saying, “I have been working since I was 19. When someone like me takes a sabbatical, it leads to a few happy realisations. It was only when I was away that I realised how films are such a big part of my life. Here’s my analogy, when you are running a business, it has to keep making money to thrive. Similarly, acting is a physical and mental necessity. It is essential for artistes to have that release of creativity, almost as necessary as eating food or drinking water. As an actor, it is paramount for us to be on our toes. Without delving much into reasons, I am glad that I took time off. I had rejected offers, but I took an unusual amount of time to find the next few projects to start off

with.” When asked about his relationship status, Akshaye had a surprising response. He said, “I’m even more commitment phobic now. I wasn’t like that in the past but over time, I have become more wary of relationships. It has a lot to do with the fact that I enjoy being alone. I am comfortable in my skin. As bizarre as it sounds, it is important for me to be left in my space. I prefer it that way. Ninety per cent of people in the world like to be surrounded by loved ones but I’m diametrically opposite. My ‘alone time’ is sacrosanct. The thought of giving up my space for anyone is frightening.”

Priyanka inspires me a lot: Parineeti

Actress Parineeti Chopra says cousin the way Priyanka is inspiring and insane. Priyanka has created made a splashy debut in the west with her American show ‘Quantico’ and is now gearing up for the release of ‘Baywatch’, where she stars as the main villain. “She has gone there (West) and represented India. She has also impressed them. I am sure they would be looking at us in a different light and that is amazing. Kudos to her,” . “She has gone there as a debutante and did a show and now a film. She is a one man army and she inspires me a lot. There is no stopping her whether she is ill or anything. It’s insane,” she said. “Emotionally as an elder sister, it work wise or personally she has always been there for me. She is an amazing sister. She is so busy and successful but still she gives all of us attention. That is amazing,” Parineeti said. “She does everything on her own and does it to the fullest. Whenever I want to talk to her, I just have to call her up. We both talk about each other’s lives. She is big part of my life,” she added.

IAMVERYPROTECTIVE ABOUT MY FILMS : VARUN

Actor Varun Dhawan says that all his movies are like his babies and he is protective about them. "I enjoy working in every film because that is the only thing I enjoy. Every film is like a baby for me, it's like my own child. I feel protective and aggressive each time my film hit theatres," said Varun on a promotional event of his upcoming release 'Dishoom'. While he is protective about his movies he said is not biased towards films made by his father or brother and gives his 100 percent to all the projects. "I cannot say I enjoy working the most in that film or I cannot choose it just because of my father or brother. I will equally love my next film like my previous ones," he added.

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kuVqI hro dI iBwjI vrI dI, iksLno dI PulkfrI pING JUtdI swsI izwg peI, nfly nUrI nfBy vflI iBwj geI lfjo vy, bhuuqy ihrKF vflI igwDf iewk aijhf ipV hY ijwQy muitafrF afpxy idl dy guB-guBft kwZdIaF hn aqy ibd ibd ky bolIaF pf ky afpxy mn df Bfr hOlf krdIaF hoeIaF sfAux mhIny dy sdkVy jFdIaF hn. ies leI qF Auh kihMdIaF hn: sfAux vIr kwTIaF kry, BfdoN cMdrI ivCoVy pfvy

qIaF dy rMgly iqAuhfr qoN ielfvf sfAux dy hor vI keI rMg hn. ies mOsm dOrfn pihlF keI idn JVIaF lwgdIaF, cfry pfsy sfQ atyrn sUhI rMgLlI rfm jl-Ql ho jFdI. Gr-Gr KIrF irwJdIaF af vy vIrf cVHIey AuWcI atfrI qy mflH pUVy pwkdy pr hux Auh gwlF nhIN sfAux ivwc kuVIaF ipMzoN bfhr broitaF- rhIaF. ivkfs dy nF ‘qy lwKF drwKqF dy tfhlIaF dy drwKqF ‘qy pINGF JUtdIaF kqlyafm ny kudrqI vfqfvrx df sMquln aqy igwDF pfAuNdIaf iewk vfr smF bMnH hI ivgfV idwqf hY. hux pihlF vFg mINh nhIN pYNdy. keI vfr qF sfAux swukf hI lMG idMdIaF hn: jFdf hY. ipMzF df sLihrIkrn ho irhf hY. afieaf sfvx idl prcfvx, JVI lwg pihly sLONk vI hux rhy nhIN aqy qIaF geI BfrI df iqAuhfr vI hux pihlF vfly AuqsLfh JUty lYNdI mrIaf iBwj geI, nfly rfm nfl nhIN mnfieaf jFdf. sfAux mhIny ivwc pwkdy suafdI mflH pUVy aqy irwJdIaF ipafrI KIrF awj bIqy smyN dIaF XfdF bx ky rih geIaF hn. mF qF qyrI BYxy, plMGy pIhVy bTfeI

gLjLl

kyvl isMG inrdosL bxdy jd ptvfrI gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. ho jFdy hMkfrI, gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. pYrF hyT btyrf, jd vI Buwlky af jfvy, afKx asIN isLkfrI, gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. rfq rfq ivc bxdy, inrDn qoN srDn ijhVy, bxdy sPl vpfrI, gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. suMZ dI gwTI jykr, iml jy ikDroN AuhnF nUM, afKx asIN pMsfrI, gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. kfhlI kfhlI kwTy krky kmly keIaF nUM, kursI kihx hmfrI gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. nf vsdy hF afpMU iksy nUM vsx nhIN idMdy, afKx idl ivc DfrI, gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. votF dy ies dOr ‘c swc inrdosL ny iliKaf hY, awj pY gey ny BfrI gflHV AujVy bfgF dy. PAGE 36


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Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ «ÎÒÓª √≈¬∆È ’È Á∆ ’ج∆ ‹ÒÁ∆ È‘∆∫ : «ÁÒ‹∆Â

¡«ÌÈ∂Â∆ ‘∞Ó≈ ’∞ÀÙ∆ Á≈ ‹ÈÓ ÈÚ∆∫ «ÁºÒ∆ ”⁄ ‘Ø«¬¡≈ √∆Õ ÍÛ∑≈¬∆ Í»∆ ’È ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ‘∞Ó≈ È∂ ¡≈͉∂ ’∆¡ Á∂ Ù∞¡ » ≈Â∆ «ÁȪ ”⁄ «Ê¬∂‡ ”⁄ ’≥Ó ’∆Â≈ Â∂ È≈Ò ‘∆ Ó≈‚«Òß◊ ”⁄ Ú∆ ‘ºÊ ¡˜Ó≈«¬¡≈Õ Ó≈‚«Òß◊ ’È ¿∞‘ Óπ≥Ϭ∆ ¡≈ ◊¬∆ √∆Õ ¿∞ √ È∂ ’¬∆ È≈ÓÚ ÏÀ ∫ ‚√ Ò¬∆ Ó≈‚«Òß◊ ’∆Â∆Õ ¿∞√ È∂ B@AB ”⁄ «ÎÒÓ “◊À∫◊√ ¡≈Î Ú≈√∂Íπ ” ≈‘∆∫ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º ”⁄ ‚À«Ï¿± ’∆Â≈Õ «¬√ ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ¿∞√ È∂ “¬∂’ Ê∆ ‚≈«¬È”, “‚∆ ‚∂”, “«ÂzÙ‰≈”, “‚∂„ «¬Ù’∆¡≈”, “ÏÁÒ≈Íπ” √‰∂ ‘ØȪ «ÎÒÓª ”⁄ ’≥ Ó ’∆Â≈Õ ¿∞ √ ˘ «Ï‘Â∆È ¡Á≈’≈∆ Ò¬∆ ¡ÀÚ≈‚ Ú∆ «ÓÒ∂ ‘ÈÕ

Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ «Ú⁄ “¿∞ÛÂ≈ Í≥‹≈Ï” ≈‘∆∫ ’ÁÓ º÷‰ Ú≈Ò∂ Í≥‹≈Ï∆ √πÍ√‡≈ «ÁÒ‹∆ Áπ√ªfi Á∂ «ÁÒ ”⁄ «‘≥Á∆ «ÎÒÓ «¬≥‚√‡∆ ÍzÂ∆ «ÁÒ⁄√Í∆ ¿∞· ‘∆ ‘À Í ¿∞‘ «¬Ê∂ ÈÚ∆∫ «ÎÒÓ √≈¬∆È ’È ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ ‹ÒÁÏ≈˜∆ ”⁄ È‘∆∫ ‘ÈÕ ¿∞‘ ¡«‹‘∂ ‘∆ «’Á≈ ⁄π‰È≈ ⁄≈‘∞≥Á∂ ‘È «‹√ È≈Ò ¿∞∞È∑ª Á∂ ÍzÙ≥√’ È≈≈˜ È≈ ‘Ø‰Õ ◊≈«¬’ ÂØ∫ ¡«ÌÈ∂Â≈ ω∂ «ÁÒ‹∆ Á≈ Ó≥ȉ≈ ‘À «’ «‘≥Á∆ «ÎÒÓ «¬≥‚√‡∆ ”⁄ ’ÁÓ º÷Á∂ √Ó∂∫ ¿∞‘ ’ج∆ ¬∂‹‚ ≥ ≈ ÒÀ ’∂ È‘∆∫ ⁄ºÒ ‘∂ √ÈÕ

«¬≥‚√‡∆ ˘ ¤º‚‰ Á∆¡ª ÷Ïª ”Â∂ È«◊√ È∂ «ÁºÂ≈ ’≈≈ ‹Ú≈Ï Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ ¡Á≈’≈≈ È«◊√ Î≈÷∆ Ï≈∂ «Í¤Ò∂ ’∞fi «ÁȪ ÂØ∫ ıÏª ¡≈ ‘∆¡ª √È «’ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ «‘≥Á∆ «ÎÒÓ «¬≥‚√‡∆ ¤º‚ «ÁºÂ∆ ‘ÀÕ «‹√ Á≈ ’≈È ¿∞Ȫ∑ Á∂ ’«Ê ÍzÓ ∂ ∆ ¿∞ÁÀ ⁄ØÍÛ≈ È≈Ò √≥ÏË ≥ ‡∞º‡‰ Á≈ ’≈È ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ È≈÷πÙ √∆ «¬‘ «’‘≈ ‹≈ «‘≈ √∆ «’ ¿∞‘ Ú≈Í√ ¡≈͉∂ ÿ ¡Ó∆’≈ ⁄Ò∆ ◊¬∆ ‘À ¡Â∂ ‘∞‰ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ ”⁄ Ú≈Í√∆ È‘∆∫ ’È∆ Í ¿∞√ ‘∞‰ È«◊√ Î≈÷∆ È∂ «¬È∑ª √Ì ◊ºÒª Á≈ ÷≥‚È ’∆Â≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª È∂ Áº«√¡≈ «’ ¿∞‘ ¡Ó∆’≈ √Ì ’∞fi ¤º‚ ’∂ È‘∆∫ ◊¬∆ ÏÒ«’ ¡≈͉∂ ’≥Ó Á∂ ’≈È ◊¬∆ ‘ÀÕ ¡Â∂ «¬‘ √ͺه ’∆Â≈ «’ ¿∞È∑ª

Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ÷≈√ «ÎÒÓ ‘∂◊∆ “Ó√≈È” : «⁄≈ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞ º ‚ ¡Á≈’≈≈ «⁄≈ ⁄º „ ≈ Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ “Ó√≈È” ¿∞ È ∑ ª Ò¬∆ ‘Ó∂ Ù ≈ «¬’ ÷≈√ «ÎÒÓ ‘∂ ◊ ∆ «’¿∞ ∫ «’ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ È≈Ò ¿∞ È ∑ ª Á∂ «Ú¡’Â∆ÂÚ ”⁄ ÏÁÒ≈¡ ¡≈«¬¡≈Õ ¡≈͉∂ «¬’ «Ï¡≈È ”⁄ ¡Á≈’≈≈ È∂ «’‘≈, ““«¬√ «ÎÒÓ È≈Ò ÓÀ ˘ ÈÚ∂ ∫ ÁØ √  «ÓÒ∂ , «‹È∑ ª Á∆ È≈ «√Î ÓÀ ∫ Íz Ù ≥ √ ’ ‘ª √◊Ø ∫ ¿∞ È ∑ ª Á≈ √ÈÓ≈È Ú∆ ’Á∆ ‘ªÕ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Ú⁄ Ú≈≈‰√∆ ”⁄ «‘‰ Ú≈Ò∂ D ÒØ ’ ª Á∆ «˜≥ Á ◊∆ ˘ Á√≈«¬¡≈ «◊¡≈ ‘À Õ «⁄≈ È∂ «¬√ «Ú⁄ «¬’ Á∂ Ú ∆ Á≈ «’Á≈ «ÈÌ≈«¬¡≈ ‘À Õ ””

Á≈ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º ¤º‚‰ Á≈ ’ج∆ «¬≈Á≈ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ ¡«ÌÈ∂Â∆ È∂ «¬‘ Ú∆ «’‘≈ «’, ¡Ó∆’≈ ”⁄ ¿∞‘ «√Î ¡≈͉∂ ’≥Ó ˘ Í»≈ ’È ◊¬∆ ‘ÀÕ ’≥Ó ÷ÂÓ ’È ÂØ ∫ Ï≈¡Á ¡Â∂ ’∞ fi ‘Ϋ¡ª Á∂ ¡≥Á ¡≈͉∆ «ÎÒÓ “ÏÀ∫‹”Ø Á≈ Ú∆ ÍzÓÙ Ø È ’È≈ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ∆ ‘ÀÕ Ó∂≈ «¬≥‚√‡∆ ¤º‚‰ Á∆ ’ج∆ ÔØ‹È≈ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ È«◊√ È∂ √ͺه ’∆Â≈ «’ ÈÎ ÎÀÒ≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∂ ÈÎ ‘∆ ÎÀÒ≈¿∞‰◊∂Õ «¬‘ √Ì fi»·∆¡ª ¡ÎÚ≈‘ª ‘ÈÕ

«¬’ ÂØ∫ ÚºË «Ú¡≈‘ ’È ”⁄ ’ج∆ Í‘∂˜ È‘∆∫ : ’≥◊‰≈ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º ¡Á≈’≈≈ ’≥◊‰≈ ÈΩ ¡≈͉∂ Ï∂Ï≈’ «ÚÚ‘≈ ¡Â∂ ÁÓÁ≈ ¡«ÌÈÀ Ò¬∆ ‹≈‰∆ ‹ªÁ∆ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ÏØ Ò ‚ ¡≥ Á ≈˜ ¿∞ È ∑ ª ˘ ‘Ø  ª ¡«ÌÈ∂Â∆¡ª ÂØ∫ Úº÷ ’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞‘ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ¡≈͉∆ Ó˜∆ ’Á∆ ‘À ¡Â∂ ¿∞‘ Ú∆ ÁπÈ∆¡≈ Á∆ ÍÚ≈‘ ’∆Â∂ Ï◊ÀÕ ¡≈Ó ÂΩ  ”Â∂ ¡«ÌÈ∂  ∆¡ª «Ú¡≈‘ ’È ”⁄ ’≈Î∆ √Óª Ò◊≈¿∞∫Á∆¡ª ‘È Í ’≥◊‰≈ ˘ «Ú¡≈‘ ’È ”⁄ ’ج∆ Í‘∂˜ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞‘ «¬’ Ú≈ È‘∆∫ √◊Ø∫ «¬’ ÂØ∫ ÚºË «Ú¡≈‘ ’È Á∆ ⁄≈‘Ú≈È ‘ÀÕ ‹≈‰’≈∆ ÓπÂ≈Ï’ «ÁºÒ∆ Á∂ «¬’ ÍzØ◊≈Ó ”⁄ ‹ÁØ∫ ’≥◊‰≈ ÁπÒ‘È Á∂ ‹ØÛ∂ ”⁄ À∫Í ”Â∂ ¿∞Â∆ ª ¿∞È∑ª Áº«√¡≈, ““«¬√ Í«‘≈Ú∂ ”⁄ ¿∞‘ ¡≈͉∂ ¡≈Í ˘ Ï∂‘Á º √ÍÀÙÒ Ó«‘√»√ ’ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ ÓÀ∫ ¡≈͉∂ Í«‘Ò∂ «Ú¡≈‘ ”⁄ «¬√∂ Â∑ª ‘∆ «Â¡≈ ‘؉ Ú≈Ò∆ ‘ªÕ”” ¿∞Ȫ∑ Á∂ «¬√ ‹Ú≈Ï ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ‹ÁØ∫ ¿∞È∑ª ÂØ∫ Íπº«¤¡≈ «◊¡≈ «’ ¿∞‘ «¬’ ÂØ∫ ÚºË «Ú¡≈‘ ’È∂ ⁄≈Ú∂◊∆ ª ¿∞È∑ª È∂ fiº‡ «’‘≈, “«’¿∞∫ È‘∆∫ Í«‘Ò≈ «¬’ «Ú¡≈‘ ‘Ø ‹≈Ú∂ «Î Ï≈¡Á ”⁄ ‘Ø Ú∆ ‘Ø ‹≈‰◊∂Õ””

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jyT (ibRK) sMkRFqI

160765086

joiqS, Eqy  Eqy 604-751-0220 kro



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1

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myK-mnobl kmjLor rhy, Dn-Kfny ivwc bRihspq afriQk-siQqI mjLbUq kry, imwqr-bMDU df suwK imly, sMpdf-lfB, sMqfn-pwK qoN icMqf, mfn asLFq, kfrobfr TIk. julfeI 16, 17, 24, 25; agsq 2, 3, 12, 13 asLuwB hn.

You will begin to gain clearer vision of longterm aims. In part this can be connected to a release of pressure from the desires of somebody else. The big picture will need to be filled in with all the small details to early October. Failure to do this will result in blockages that will hold back progress and become frustrating.

Put the finishing touches on whatever you feel you need to get established to create a good foundation with any situation moving forward. Something new is likely to be part of the process. You need to be firm about what suits you best as someone else will have no qualms putting pressure on you to change things to suit them more.

  ibRK-ishq kmjLor hovy. afriQk hflfq kmjLor. injI-jnF nUM ksLt. sLnI-mMgl ksLtkfrk hn, KUn dI KrfbI aqy vfXU-rog, sMqfn-pwK sLuwB, axjfxy dusLmx qoN sfvDfn, iesqrI-ksLt. julfeI 18, 19, 27, 28; agsq 4, 5, 14, 15 asLuwB hn.

3

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imQn-ishq kmjLor, afmdn-Krc brfbr, imwqr-bMDU nUM ksLt, Dn-hfnI, ihMmq ‘c vfDf, sMqfn-pwK suwLB, dusLmx aqy ibmfrI df zr, iesqrI-pwK qoN hfnI. julfeI 20, 21, 29, 30; agsq 7, 8 asLuwB hn.

4

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krk-ishq TIk, GrylU JgVy, mfnisk ksLt, iesqrI-pwK qoN lfB, imwqr-bMDU df sihXog imly, nyqr-ksLt, sMqfn bfry icMqf, sMpdf-lfB, acfnk Krc. julfeI 22, 23, 31; agsq 1, 9, 10, 11 asLuwB hn.

5

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isMG-guwsy ‘c vfDf, mfnisk prysLfnI, Dn-lfB, pirvfrk JgVy sulJx, sMqfn-pwK sLuwB, sMpdf-suwK, iesqrI-ksLt, sLnI-mMgl df dfn kro. julfeI 16, 17, 24, 25; agsq 2, 3, 12, 13 asLuwB hn.

6

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kMinaf-ishq TIk pr mfnisk ksLt rhy. afmdn nfloN Krc ijLafdf, awKF ‘c qklIP, Brf nUM ksLt, sMpdf-suwK, sMqfn-pwK qoN icMqf, iesqrI-ksLt. julfeI 18, 19, 27, 28; agsq 4, 5, 14, 15 asLuwB hn.

7  qulf-ishq TIk, mn prysLfn, afriQk sMkt, GrylU JgVy, imwqr-bMDU nfl axbx, sMpqIlfB, sMqfn bfry icMqf, iesqrI-ksLt, rog-BY. julfeI 20, 21, 29, 30; agsq 7, 8 asLuwB hn.

8

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9

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ibRsick-pyt ‘c KrfbI, Dn-lfB, pirvfrk-suwK, kfrobfr TIk, Brf df suwK, sMqfn-pwK qoN icMqf, dusLmx aqy rog df BY, iesqrI-pwK qoN suwK rhy. julfeI 22, 23, 31; agsq 1, 9, 10, 11 asLuwB hn. Dn-ishq Krfb, Dfn-lfB ho ky hfnI, bMDU-ksLt, sMpdf-hfnI, sMqfn bfry icMqf, dusLmx dby rihx, kfrobfr ivwc hfnI. julfeI 16, 17, 24, 25; agsq 2, 3, 12, 13 asLuwB hn.

10  mkr-mfnisk aqy srIrk ksLt, sLnI-mMgl df dfn kro, rfj BY, imwqr-bMDU suwK, sMqfnpwK suLwB, iesqrI aqy pirvfrk suwK, kfrobfr gVbV. julfeI 18, 19, 27, 28; agsq 4, 5, 14, 15 asLuwB hn.

11  kuMB-ishq TIk, iesqrI-ksLt, mfnisk prysLfnI, bMDU-suwK, Dn-jfiedfd df suwK, sMqfnpwK TIk, kfrobfr ivwc lfB. julfeI 20, 21, 29, 30; agsq 7, 8 asLuwB hn.

12

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mIn-ishq TIk rhy. ibmfrI aqy dusLmx df BY, Dn-hfnI, Brf df suwK, sMpqI-lfB, sMqfnpwK sLuwB, iesqrI-suwK TIk rhy, ihMmq bxI rhy. julfeI 22, 23, 31; agsq 1, 9, 10, 11 asLuwB hn.

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Activity with others will certainly step up a notch. Things that weren’t fully sorted out in March, April and May involving others, can now become settled by late September. Simply speaking about new directions is not enough – this will take detailed and persistent follow up from you to get things settled and in place.

Now is the time to put some new habits in place when it comes to money matters, which more than likely relates most to spending. You can be exceptionally clear headed on many issues to early October. There is no need for quick decisions. What is more important are the details and awareness of obligations attached.

The New Moon occurs this week in your sign, providing the opportunity to set new directions in place with anything on a personal level. Its easy-going link to Saturn brings an added bonus of being able to deal with obligations more easily than usual. Focus moves to your finances to early October. Impulsiveness here won’t be rewarded.

You will have an extra long period with Mercury, the planet of thought and communication now in your sign until 7th October. It will provide opportunity to come to terms with all things important. You should think over what has happened since your last birthday while Jupiter has been in your sign – it has been a turning point.

From now to early October you will need to find time to yourself to contemplate what really needs to be let go of in life, based on what you have experienced since August. New priorities can take shape this week and it won’t be difficult to either find the information you need or to realise the practical decisions you should make.

July especially has been an important time for you to realise where you stand or what you are about as your new 2-year cycle finally crystallised. New obligations can now arise. This can require you to become more detailed when it comes to priorities from now to early October. Expect to change your mind in this time.

With Mars now moving back into your sign where it will remain until the 27th September, you can now expect your new 2-year agenda to become more solid after it didn’t fully engage in March, April & May. New horizons are beckoning. You must deal with commitments in a most fine tuned manner for ultimate long-term success.

There is a lot going on under the radar, particularly where other people are concerned. You just need to be patient, let time take its course and allow details to emerge, as they will. Meanwhile focus on your own goals in detail to early October, especially in relation to surprising options that may have presented in the last year.

New directions involving other people can have a surprisingly stable result when it comes to things important to your own life. Amongst this could be the establishment of new friendships. There can still be mystery and mind changing with others to early October so ensure you act in your own best interests, always.

If somebody else questions your level of commitment don’t be too quick to react. This could be the start of a conversation that will go on to early October. It will test you to consider your obligations carefully, as well as deciding what you believe is worthwhile to act on. Mainly you will want to feel appreciated for your efforts.


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Communities throughout B.C. benefit from BikeBC funding 23 communities throughout B.C. will receive more than $6.5 million in funding for 25 projects to expand and build cycling lanes, trails and paths for cyclists and pedestrians. “The variety of cycling infrastructure projects chosen for funding through our BikeBC program is really impressive,” said Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone. “It’s evident that local governments are carefully considering which improvements will best suit both residents and visitors when planning and designing these projects. All of this year’s projects will provide more opportunities for British Columbians and tourists to cycle for commuting, recreation and tourism.” BikeBC is the Province’s cost-sharing

Premier’s statement on Royal Visit

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remier Christy Clark has issued the following statement on the upcoming Royal Tour:

events, the Royal Tour will focus global attention on B.C. and showcase everything British Columbians take

“British Columbia is pleased to hear Through B.C. on the Move, the Min- the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen to highlight British Columbia on their Royal Tour this fall.

pride in, from our unmatched natural beauty to our thriving, diverse communities.

Move, the government’s 10-year transportation plan. The ministry committed to $18 million over three years to cost-share with municipalities on projects like bike trails, pedestrian bridges, multi-use paths and shoulder bikeways. Since 2001, the Government of B.C. has invested more than $220 million in cycling grants and infrastructure throughout the province. Cycling contributes to increased physical activity and helps reduce greenhouse gases. The 25 projects that received funding this year cover a range of initiatives, including bike lanes, multi-use trails and improvements to roads and highways to allow better shared use for cyclists.

“Like the Olympics, Women’s World Cup, Expo 86 and other international

program that helps communities build cycling projects that attract and support commuter and tourism cyclists. The funding is part of B.C. on the

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Details of the visit will become available in the months leading up to their arrival.”

istry of Transportation and Infrastructure will invest almost $2.7 billion over the next three years to improve British Columbia’s transportation network.

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‘qur geIaF byVIaF qy lMG gey ny pUr Eey’ vflI mubfrk bygm mndIp isMG iswDU qur geIaF byVIaF qy lMG gey ny pUr Eey kwlHI mYN KloqI rih geI, kMZVy ‘qy dUr Eey qur geIaF byVIaF… ieh pursojL ngLmf 1960 ivwc irlIjL hoeI kvfqVf ipkcrjL dI iPlm ‘hIr isafl’ df hY ijs dy KUbsUrq bol ilKy sn mnohr isMG sihrfeI ny aqy mOiskI qrqIb kIqI sI srUdl kvfqVf ny. ies ngLmy nUM afpxI afvfjL nfl sjfAux vflI mubfrk bygLm bIqI 18 julfeI nUM afpxy Gr jogysLvrI ivKy 80 sflF dI Aumr Bog ky ies sMsfr nUM alivdf afK geI. 50 aqy 70 dy dhfky ivwc ihMdI aqy pMjfbI iPLlmF ivwc Aus ny bysLumfr gIqF aqy gLjLlF nfl coKI mkbUlIaq hfsl kIqI sI. Aus dI iPLlm ‘hmfrI Xfd afeygI(1961) ivwc gfeI AurdU gLjLl ‘kBI qnhfeIEN myN XUM, hmfrI Xfd afeygI, aMDyry Cf rhy hoNgy ik ibjlI kOND jfeygI[[[‘awj vI sMgIq-mwdfrF dI rUh nUM tuMb-tuMb jFdI hY. mubfrk bygLm dy Kfndfn df qfaulk rfjsQfn dy nvlgVH nfl sI jdoNik Auh vfildf grF JUMJnUM dI rihx vflI sI. mubfrk bygLm df jnm 5 jnvrI 1936 nUM JMuJnUM ‘c hoieaf. Aus dy dfdf dI aihmfdfbfd ‘c cfh dI dukfn sI. ies leI Aus dy awbf vI smyq pirvfr aihmfdfbfd afx vsy sn. iewQy AunHF ny PLl vycx df kfrobfr sLurU kIqf. aihmfdbfd ‘c mubfrk bygLm df bcpn bIiqaf. Aus dI qflIm nfm-inhfd sI. 1943-44 dy lgBg Aus dy awbf ny bMbeI vsybf kr ilaf. mubfrk bygLm dy vfild nUM qbfl vjfAux df sLONk sI. ies qrHF Aus nUM vfild qoN mOsIkI dI qrbIaq imlxI suBfivk sI. Auh byhwd sLONk nfl surweIaf aqy nUrjhF dy gIq guxgxfAuNdI rihMdI sI. mOsIkI ‘c Aus dI idlcspI dyKidaF Aus dy vfild ny Aus nUM ikrfnf Grfxy dy Ausqfd irafjLUdIn KLfn aqy smd Kfn koloN gfiekI dI qflIm idvfAuxI sLurU kr idwqI. ies dy nfl mubfrk bygLm nUM afl ieMzIaf ryzIE ‘qy vI gfAux df mOkf imlx lwigaf. iewk idn sMgIqkfr, adfkfr aqy inrdysLk rPLIK gLjLnvI ny Aus df ngLmf sux ky afpxI iPLlm ‘c gfAux leI swidaf pr stUzIE ‘c lokF dI BIV dyK ky Auh Gbrf geI aqy gf nhIN skI. sMgIqkfr isLafm suMdr ny vI iewk iPlm ‘c Aus nUM mOkf idwqf pr irkfrizMg dOrfn jLbfn qflU nfl icpk geI qy gIq gfieaf nhIN igaf. iPr hOlI hOlI ihMmq krky Aus ny BrpUr imhnq kIqI. sfl 1949 PAGE 40

ivwc numfiesL hoeI ieMzIaf pRozksLn, bMby dy bYnr hyT XfkUb dy inrdysLn ‘c afeI iPLlm ‘afeIey’ ivwc mubfrk bygLm ny nksLb df iliKaf afpxf pihlF ngLmf ‘mohy afny lgI aMgVfeI, afjf afjf blm hrjL f eI[[[‘irkfrz krvfieaf ijs dy sMgIqkfr sOLkq dyhlvI (AurPL sLOkq hYdrI, AurPL nfsLfd) sn, ijnHF ny nfsLfd (nOsLfd alI nhIN) dy nF nfl keI ihMdI iPlmF ‘c sMgIq idwqf. ies iPLlm ‘c mubfrk bygLm ny adfkfrI vI kIqI sI. iPLlm ivwc lqf mMgysLkr aqy jI[aYm[durfnI ny vI ngLmfsrfeI kIqI sI aqy lqf dy nfl mubfrk bygLm df gfieaf Xugl qrfnf ‘afE clyN[[[afE clyN’ vI kfPLI mkbUl hoieaf sI. ies qoN bfad Aus ny keI iPLlmF ‘c gIq gfey. iPLlm ‘bsyrf’ ivwc sMgIqkfr aYm[ey[ rfAUPL ny mubfrk bygLm qoN cfr ngLmy gvfey sn aqy sMgIqkfr hMsrfj bihl ny Aus qoN swq gIq gvfey sn. inrdysLk kmfl amrohI dI inrdysLnm ivwc pRXogfqmk iPLlm ‘dfierf’ df sLumfr klf iPLlmF ‘c kIqf jFdf hY, ijs ivwc sMgIqkfr jmfl syn ny mubfrk bygLm qoN keI gIq gvfey sn ‘dIp ky sMg jlUM mYN’, ‘pltn Et, suno moro nXnf’, ‘albwqf muhMmd rPI dy nfl gfieaf. Aus df Bjn ‘zfl dI jl-Ql myN neIXf[[[[dyvqf qum ho myrf shfrf, mYny Qfmf hY dfmn qumhfrf’ bhuq ihwt hoieaf sI. sLfier kYPL ierPLfnI dy ilKy ies Bjn dI Dun bysfKLqf BgqF nUM sLrDf ‘c JUmx lf idMdI hY. 1955 ivwc ibml rfey dI inrmfx aqy inrdysLn ‘c afeI nfvl afDfirq iPLlm ‘dyvdfs’ ‘c iewk mujrf gIq ‘vo nf afeyNgy plt ky, AunhoN lfK hm bulfeyN’ awj vI Xfd kIqf jFdf hY. sMgIqkfr nOsLfd alI ny iPLlm ‘mugl-ey-afjLm’ (1960) ivwc mubfrk bygLm qoN iewk sihgfx gvfieaf sI ‘husn kI bfrfq clI’[[[, ijs ivwc AunHF df sfQ idwqf sI gulUkfrf sLLmsLfd, lqf mMgysLkr aqy sfQIaF ny. ies nUM irkfrz qF kr ilaf pr iPLlm ‘c sLfiml nhIN kIqf igaf sI. 1961 ivwc irlIjL hoeI iPLlm ‘hmfrI Xfd afeygI’ ‘c mubfrk bygLm dI gfeI AurdU gLjLl ‘kBI qnhfeIE myN XUM, hmfrI Xfd afeygI[[[‘ jdoN iPLjLfvF ‘c gUMjI qF sMgIq-mwdfhF ny Aus nUM KuwlHy idl nfl KusLafmdId ikhf. 1963 ivwc pRdrisLq hoeI inrdysLk tI[pRkfsL rfE dI iPLlm ‘hmrfhI’ ‘c sLMkr-jYiksLn dy sMgIq ‘c Aus ny muhMmd rPLI nfl Xugl gIq ‘muJko afpxy gly lgf lo[[[ aY myry hmrfhIN’ gfieaf ijs nUM adfkfrf jmunf qy rijMdr kumfr ‘qy iPLlmfieaf igaf, ijs ny byhwd

mkbUlIaq hfisl kIqI. mubfrk bygLm ny ihMdI qoN ielfvf pMjfbI, rfjsQfnI aqy BojpurI jLbfn ‘c bxIaF qkrIbn 140 iPLlmF ‘c 200 qoN vI mjLId ngLmy gfey. Auys qoN gIq gvfAux vfly sMgIqkfrF dI kwul igxqI 69 hY jo ies gwl dI sLfhdI BrdI hY ik Aus dI afvfjL df sB sMgIqkfrF ny KUbsUrq iesqymfl kIqf. iPLlmF ‘c ps-ey-prdf gulUkfrf vjoN mkbU l Iaq hfsl krn dy nfl mubfrk bygLm ny gYLr-iPLlmI 55 gLjL lF, nfq aqy kwvflIaF vI irkfrz krvfeIaF, ijnHF ny 78 afrpIaYm[ dy grfmoPon ‘qy irkfrz kIqf igaf sI. mubfrk bygLm ny afpxf pihlF pMjfbI ngLmf 1960 ‘c afeI iPlm ‘hIr isafl’ ‘c gfieaf. ies pursojL gIq dy bol sn ‘qur geIaf byVIaF qy lMG gey ny pUry Eey[[[‘ ijs nUM iPLlm dI adfkfr ieMdr ibwlI ‘qy iPLlmfieaf igaf jo awj vI byhwd mkbUl hY. Aus dI iesy sfl afeI eIst aYNz vYst mUvIjL, bMby dI iPLlm ‘pwgVI sMBfl jwtf’ ivwc iewk AurdU gLjLl ‘arjL mnjLUr ho iesrfr mYN kXf rKf hY’ vI KUbL srfhI geI. 1976 ivwc irlIjL hoeI suprmYks iPLlmjL, bMby dI ‘nOkr bIvI kf’ ivwc Aus ny sMgIqkfr KLwXfm dy sMgIq ‘c do gIq gfey. ‘swuk gey ny hMJU myry qwk-qwk vftF vy’ adfkfrf rfxI ‘qy aqy dUjf aYs[blbIr nfl ‘muV muV ky nf vyK JFjrf vflIey’, nUM hrIsL qy ryxUkf AuWpr iPLlmfieaf igaf. sfl 1980 ivwc iPLlm ‘rfmU qoN dIvfnf hY ’ leI gfieaf ‘sFvrIaf qy r I Xfd myN[[[‘ mubfrk bygLm df aMiqm ngLmf sI. Aus ny bhuq sfry styj-sLoa vI kIqy. Aus dI afvfjL ‘c rfjsQfn df lok-rMg aqy rsIlfpx vwisaf hoieaf sI. afpxy gfien dy afrMiBk dOr ‘c mubfrk bygLm

dI afvfjL mInf kpUr aqy mDUbflf JvyrI dy drimafn afAuNdI sI. Aus ivwc komlqf sI, kisLsL sI. bfad ivwc Aus ny afvfjL nUM bdlx aqy nUrjhF sLYlI apnfAux dI koisLsL kIqI. mubfrk bygLm df ivafh iPLlmsfjL jgnnfQ sLrmf nfl hoieaf sI, ijs ny nrigs aqy dyv afnMd dy mrkjLI ikrdfr vflI iPLlm ‘ibrhf kI rfq’ df inrmfx kIqf sI. Aus dy Gr iqMn DIaF qy iewk pwuq ny jnm ilaf. qflImXfPLqf nf hox kfrn mubfrk bygLm iPLlm sMgIq dy Kyqr ‘c Auh nfm nf kmf skI jo Aus dIaF smkflI gfiekfvF ny hfsl kIqI. Auh bMbeI dI iewk KMzrnumf KsLqf hfl iemfrq ivwc lMmy arsy qoN bdhflI dI ijMdgI bsr kr rhI sI aqy Aus dI qrsXog hflfq dyKidaF adfkfr sunIl dwq ny afpxy rsUK sdkf jogysLvrI ‘c iewk Cotf ijhf PlYt Aus nUM lY idwqf sI. iP swq sO rupey mhInf Aus nUM pYnsLn vI imlx lwg peI sI. mihMgfeI dy Xwug ivwc swq sO rupey ‘c gujLfrf ikvyN hoxf sI. pRsMsLkF ny vI Aus dI bhuq mdd kIqI pr Auh qMdrusqI nfl jUJdI hI ies dunIaF qoN ruKLsq hoeI. ies ajLIm gulUkfrf nUM Xfd kridaF ‘iPLlmjL izvIjLn’ ny sfl 2008 ivwc iewk ryKf icwqr vI bxfieaf sI, ijs nUM goaf ivwc hoey aMqrrfsLtrI iPLlm PYstIPl ivwc idKfieaf igaf sI.


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nagar kirtan

gurU GrW qoN svyry 9 vjy ngr kIrqn leI b`sW c`lxgIAW

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Kirtan, Katha, Dhadi, Speeches, Gatka

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Nirajdeep Kaur Aulakh and Jaspreet Singh Brar tied the knot on July 31, 2016! Congratulations to the Aulakh and Brar Family!

icwqrkfrf ibMdU mTUVU dIaF klf ikrqF swc qy suMdrqf df sumyl mohn igwl ipCly idnI zYltf afrt kONsl vwloN lgfeI iek pRdrsLnI ivc ibMdUM mTfVU dIaF bxfeIaF hoeIaF pyitMgF dyKx df mOkf imilaf. pyitMgF ivc ijQy aiDafqmvfd dI Jlk sfP idKfeI dy rhI sI AuQy klfkfr dy hwQF, idRsLtI, bursL aqy rMgf ivcoN klfkfr dI soc ivclI prpwkqf vI sihjy hI njr af rhI sI. hor prdrsLnI ivc sLfml klfkfrF dy nfl jd mYN ibMdU mTfVU nMU imilaf qF AuhnF dI gwlbfq ivwcoN vI sLbd qy iKafl iblkul Aus qrF dy hI imly ijho ijhy AunHF dIaF bxfeIaF qsvIrF ivwcoN Jlkdy sn. soc aqy klf ikRq ivc sumyl vfly klfkfr bhuq Gwt imldy hn.

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gIq

gurmyl isMG iswDU brfV

Buj gey vFgrF dfixaF dy,

ho aYmrjYNsI ipafr tUwty,

Bwjy GroN dupihry iqKVy aY,

ipaf kUMj vFg kurlfAuNdf ey,

pqf lwgdf ivCVn lwigaf qoN

bx jFdI mOq BbMkVF dI,

idl twuitaf qoN gwl mwuk jFdI,

dfh sB qoN burf ivCoVy df,

ibRhoN dy dIivaF jwigaF qoN,

nhIN KVkf bfhr suxONdf ey,

nhIN hwtdf nfl duafeIaF dy,

sB twut jfAUN tuwt jfANU krdf eIaf,

kuCL bxdf nhIN guurmyl isMGf,

Pwt zUMGy zfktr isAuN iswtdy,

pqf lwgdf ivCVn lwigaf qoN

isr qoN dI pfxI vwigaf qoN,

nhIN htdy jKLm judfeIaF dy,

jy tuwtjy aMg srIrF df,

sB tuwt jfANU tuwt jfAUN krdf eIaf,

bMdf bhqu duhfeIaF pONdf ey,

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pRDfngI ivwc hoeIaF 1977 dIaF lok sBf coxF ivwc akflI qy Aus dIaf BfeIvfl pfrtIaF ny 13 dIaF 13 sItF ijwqIaF. ieh iewk irkfrz bx igaf, ijhVf nhIN twuitaf. afp ny KLud coxF lVIaF qy kFgrs 9 julfeI 1975 nUM sRI akfl qKq sfihb dy keI vwzy lIzr hrfey, ijnHF ivwc guriAuWqy hoey BrvyN iekwT ivwc jQydfr mohn dafl isMG iZwloN vI sLfiml sn. isMG quV nUM aYmrjYNsIN ivrwuD morcy df iz- jQydfr mohn isMG quV isafsq ivwc ktytr Qfipaf igaf. afp jI dI agvfeI BfeI-BqIjfvfd dy sKLq ivrwuD sn. jdoN ivwc ieh morcf Pqih hoieaf. ies qoN qwk Auh Kud srgrm isafsq ivwc rhy ielfvf afp jI ny pMjfbI sUby dy morcy ivwc vI mhwqvpUrn rol adf kIqf qy bMsI iksy pwuqr-DI, jvfeI nUM afpxf shfrf lY lfl srkfr ivrwuD krnfl df morcf vI ky isafsq ivwc nhIN afAux idwqf. jQydfr lfieaf qy Pqih kIqf. jQydfr mohn isMG sfihb pirvfrk mYNbrF nfloN pfrtI vrkrF quV duafrf smyN dIaF srkfrF dy jLulm nUM ijLafdf aihmIaq idMdy sn. jQydfr ivrwuD kIqy ienHF sMGrsLF krky hI AunHF sfihb jdoN ikqy bfhr dOry AuWqy jFdy sn, nUM srIrk, mfnisk qy afriQk nuksfn qF iksy sLfndfr hotl ivwc rukx dI QF Jwlxf ipaf. smyN dI srkfr ny afp jI nyVy dy iksy ipMz ivwc akflI vrkr dy df Gr Zuhfieaf, zMgr inlfm krfey aqy Gr jf ky rukdy sn. iewk awj dy akflI brPLF ‘qy lMmf pf ky qsIhy idwqy. keI hn, ijnHF nUM cMzIgVH qy idwlI dy ey[sI[ rfqF pirvfr dy sfry mYNbrF nUM sVkF ‘qy kmiraF qoN bgYr nINd nhIN pYNdI. sDfrn kwtxIaF peIaF. pr jQydfr mohn isMG vrkr dy Gr rukxf qF bhuq dUr dI gwl quV ‘pMQ vsy mYN AuWjVF’ dy nfary AuWqy hY. aKIr ieh drvysL isafsqdfn 30 kfiem rhy qy sfrI ijLMdgI pMQ dI cVHdI julfeI 1979 nUM sMKyp ibmfrI qoN bfad klf leI kMm krdy rhy. gurU crnF ivwc jf ibrfijaf awj vI pMQk afp jI isafsq ivwc kFgrs dy kwtV hlikaF ivwc jQydfr mohn isMG quV df ivroDI sn. jQydfr mohn isMG quV dI nFa bVy siqkfr nfl ilaf jFdf hY. ihwq kFgrs nfl lMmI lVfeI ivwc njLr afey. 30 jUn 1975 eI: nUM afp jI ny akflI lIzrF dI mIitMg bulfeI ijs ivwc aYmrjYNsI ivrwuD lVfeI lVn df aYlfn kIqf igaf.


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DunF nUM ilsLkfAux dy mfihr sn muhMmd rPLI rPI sfihb ny kdy vI iksy sMgIqkfr dy kMm ivwc dKLl nhI idwqf. Auh hr sMgIqkfr vwloN isrjI Dun nUM KLfmosLI nfl suxdy. jykr AunHF nUM ieh jfpdf ik ies Dun ivwc suDfeI kIqI jf skdI hY qF afpxI rfie avwsL idMdy, ies nUM Tosdy nhIN sn. iPLlm ‘pRoPYsr’ dy dogfxy ‘mYN clI mYN clI, pICy pICy jhF’ dy muKVy dI ies lfeIn qoN bfad rPI ny ieh lfeIn gfAuxI sI ‘swjdy myN husn ky, Juk igaf afsmF[[[.’ asl Dun ivwc ieh lfeIn vwKry qOr ‘qy gfeI jfxI sI pr rPLI ny sMgIqkfr joVI sMLkr-jYiksn nUM suJfa idwqf ik jykr Auh afpxI lfeIn sumn kilafxpur dy mukfbly kuJ nIvIN sur ivwc surU krn qF Dun vwD idlksL bx jfeygI. ies mgroN AunHF ny afpxI soc muqfbk lfeIn gf ky suxfeI. dovF sMgIqkfrF nUM ieh POkI psMd af geI aqy AunHF ny iesy ihsfb nfl sfjLF df aryNjmYNt vI bdl idwqf. ies mgroN sLMkr keI vfr rPLI sfihb qoN pwuC ilaf krdy sn, ‘ikAuN rPLI sfab, kuJ hor hY mn ivwc’. rPI vFg sMLkr vI pMjfbI sn hflF ik AunHF dI sMgIqk qflIm hYdrfbfd dI sI. Auh rPLI nfl pMjfbI bolxI psMd krdy sn. awbf (mYN rPI sfihb nUM iesy qrHF sMboDn krdI sI) df gIqF dI iqafrI krn df afpxf aMdfjL sI. sMgIqkfr nfl Dun df aiBafs kr lYx qoN bfad Auh Gr af ky bYT jFdy sn aqy gIq nUM DImI sur ivwc gfAuNdy rihMdy sn. ies dOrfn AunHF dy hwQ pYr gIq dI lYa muqfbk cwldy rihMdy sn. AunHF df iDafn pUrI qrHF Dun dIaF

kfPI purfxI gwl hY, AudoN kflj ivwc pVHdf sI ik sfzy guaFZIaF dI nvIN ivafhI bhU, jo irsLqy ivcoN myrI BfbI lwgdI sI, nUM EprI ksr ho geI. Auh kdy gohy df bwTl lY ky qurI jFdI izwg pYNdI sI, kdy ivhVy ivwc JfVU lfAuNdI nUM dMdl pY jFdI jF hor kMm krdy smyN byhosL ho ky izwg pYNdI sI. Aus dy Gr idaF ny zfktrF kol ielfj krvfieaf, pr zfktrF dI dvfeI nfl vI koeI Prk nf ipaf, sgoN EprI sLYa ny pihlF nfloN vI iBafnk rUp Dfrn kr ilaf, afKIr AunHF ny sfDF sMqF kol jfxf sLurU kr idwqf. isafxy ny ikhf ik Aus nUM pirvfr dy iewk imRqk nOjvfn dI afqmf icMbVI hY, jo keI sfl pihlF Pfhf lY ky mr igaf sI. isafxf afpxf qorI Pulkf clfAux leI afey hPqy cONkIaF BrfAuNdf irhf, pr BfbI nUM Pyr vI koeI Prk nhIN ipaf. iewk idn qfeI(BfbI dI sws) sfzy Gr dfdI hurF kol bYTI afpxy Gr dy duwKVy ro

bfrIkIaF pkVx vwl kyNidRq huMdf. gIq iks hIro ‘qy iPLlmfieaf jfvygf, iPLlm df inrydsLk kOx hY jF gIq iliKaf iks ny hY, ieh sfrIaf gwlF AunHF dy ijLhn ivc Aus vyly afAuNdIaF hI nhIN sn. AunHf df iDafn ies gwl AuWqy hI kyNidRq huMdf sI ik Auh ies gIq ivwc rUh ikvyN Br skdy hn. iewk vfr ies bfry pwuCy jfx ‘qy AunHF ny ikhf sI, “koeI vI sMgIqkfr quhfzy mUMh ivwc ibirafnI dy cmc nhIN pf skdf. jy gIq nUM isLMgfrnf hY, ies ivwc jfn pfAuxI hY qF quhfnUM KLud imhnq krnI pvygI. myry kol qF aijhIaF DunF vI afAuNdIaF hn jo ilKy hoey sLbdF nfl inaF nhIN krdIaF. mYN sLbdF nUM inaF idvfAux df Xqn krdf hF. Dun vI bdlx dI slfh idMdf hF.” ieh aiqkQnI nhIN ik AunHF nUM gfAux leI bhuqy gIqF dIaF DunF ivwc AunHF ny ikqy nf ikqy suDfeI kIqI. Auh jLfhrf qOr ‘qy kuJ nhIN sI kihMdy-bs, sMgIqkfr dy kMn ivwc PUk mfr idMdy sn. afpxI gwl mnvfAux leI aVI nhIN sI krdy. mYN qy myry pqI Kfild(rPLI sfihb dy byty) AunHF dy bhuqy gIqF dIaF KUbIaF dI crcf hux vI krdy rihMdy hF. sfnUM AunHF dy dogfxy qy kors vwD psMd hn. dogfixaF dI igxqI sYNkiVaF ivc hovygI pr ijnHF ivwc AunHF vwloN KsUsI qOr ‘qy rUh BrI geI, AunHF ivwcoN kuJ ku hn: ‘hm ieMqjLfr kryNgy, qyrf kXfmq qwk [[[(bhU bygLm), ‘idl qoVny vfly, quJy idl ZUMz rhf hY[[[’ (sMn afPL ieMzIaf), ‘mqvflI afKoN vfly, E albyly idl vfly’ (Coty nvfb), ‘rfq ky hmsPLr, Qk ky Gr ko cly’ (aYn eIvinMg ien pYirs), ‘mYN rfq

kf rfhIN hUM, qyrI jLulP ky sfey myN, kuC dyr Tihr jfAUN’ (eyk musfiPr, eyk hsInf) sLMkr qy jYiksLn, rPLI sfihb df bhuq adb siqkfr krdy sn aqy AunHF dI gfiekI dy bhuq vwzy pRsLMsk sn. jdoN vI dovF drimafn iksy Dun bfry asihmqI AuWBrdI qF Auh PLYslf rPLI ‘qy Cwz idMdy. awbf ijhVI Dun psMd krdy, EhI irkfrz kIqI jFdI. rPLI sfihb dI afvfjL dI ryNj qy imafr df sB qoN vwD sMLkr-jYiksLn ny lfB ilaf. AunHF ny rPLI sfihb qoN sB qoN vwD sLMmI kpUrnumf gIq gvfey pr nfl hI sLfsqrI sMgIq dI awbf dI muhfrq nUM vI afpxy gIqF ivwc KLUb iesqymfl kIqf. 1956 ivwc irlIjL hoeI iPLlm ‘bsMq bhfr’ dy gIq muhMmd rPLI dI ryNj qy sLfsqrI gfiekI ivwc hunrmMdI dy gvfh hn. iPLlm dy do Bjn, awbf dI gfiekI dy do aMgF dy pRmfx hn: ‘dunIaF nf Bfey muJy ab qoN bulf ly, crnoN myN, crnoN myN’ qy ‘bVI dyr BeI, bVI dyr BeI, kb logy KLbr mory rfm’. iksLor kumfr afpxy afp ivwc ivlwKx gfiek sn, pr iPLlm ‘sLrfrq’(1959), ijs ivwc Auh nfiek sn, AunHF ny iewk gIq gfAux qoN ienkfr kr idwqf aqy rPLI qNo Auh gIq gvfey jfx ‘qy jor idwqf. sLMkr-jYiksLn ny ieh gIq ‘ajb hY dfsqF qyrI ijLMdgI, kMBI hMsf dIaf rulf dIaf kBI’ rPLI sfihb qoN gvfieaf. iPLlm ivwc ieh gIq iksLor kumfr ‘qy iPlmfieaf igaf. ies ivwc awbf ny iksLor kumfr vflf rMg Brn ivwc kfPI hwd qwk kfmXfbI hfsl kIqI.

EprI ksr dI aslIaq

rhI sI, ‘bhU nUM pqf nhIN ikho ijhI sLYa icMbVI aY, mgroN eI nhIN lihMdI. zfktr qy isafixaF ny Gr lwut ky Kf ilaf.’ mYN kol bYTf sB sux irhf sI. mYQoN qfeI dI gwl sux ky irhf nf igaf qF mYN qfeI nUM ikhf, ‘qfeI, ksr kusr kuJ nhIN huMdI, qusIN aYvyN ikAuN Gr KuMGl krdy E. quhfzI bhU nUM koeI ksr nhIN hoeI, ieh sB Auh awz hox dI mfrI krdI hoAU. cfhy prK ky dyK lE, jdoN BfbI awz ho geI, EprI ksr afpxy afp htjU.’

dI koisLsL krdf hY. ijvyN sLrfbI pqI dI sLrfb CuzfAux leI, kMm qoN bcx leI, sFJy pirvfr qoN awz hox jF mnpsMd kuVI jF muMzy nfl ivafh krfAux leI, rupey dy lYxdfrF nUM tflx leI, keI bwicaF duafrf pVHfeI qoN tlx jF keI kuVIaF nUM jdoN mfpy awgy pVHn qoN htf idMdy hn qF mfipaF nUM awgy pVHn lfAux nUM rfjLI krn Kfqr ksr df zrfmf krdIaF hn.

AunHF df pirvfr sFJ aqy vwzf hox krky Gry kMm df boJ bhuq vwD rihMdf hY. kMm drasl ipqf jI sfnUM EprI ksr bfry qoN bcx qy smfj ivc cwl rhy iekihry dwsdy huMdy sn ik ies dy ipwCy koeI nf koeI pirvfrF dy ruJfn kfrn BfbI dy mn ivc kfrn jLrUr iCipaf huMdf hY. asl ivwc vI awz ho ky afpxI mrjLI muqfbk jIvn ksr qoN Bfv hY koeI kmI jF nuks rihxf. bqIq krn df iKafl afieaf hovygf. myrI iksy nUM ksr hox df Bfv huMdf hY ik Aus gwl sux ky qfeI qy myrI dfdI vrgIaF ivakqI nUM Gr, smfj jF Kud ivwc koeI myry glL pY geIaF, ‘qYnUM kwlH dy jvfk nUM nf koeI kmI jF nuks mihsUs huMdf hY. jdoN dunIaF df hfly kI pqf aY. jIhnUM EprI iksy nUM afpxI gwl kihx leI jF sbMDq sLYa icMbV jfvy, Esy nUM pqf lgdY ik kmI jF nuks nUM dUr krn leI koeI rfh EprI ksr kI huMdI aY. qYnUM qF ivhly nUM nf idsy qF Auh EprI ksr df shfrf lYx gwlF ahuVdIaF ny.’

PAGE 49 XfsmIn KLfild rPLI muhMmd rPI dy iPLlm jgq ivcly bhuqy lokF nfl inwjI iksm dy sMbMD nhIN sn. gfiek mihMdr kpUr KLud nUM AunHF df sLfigrd mMndf sI aqy rPLI sfihb ny vI Aus nUM sLfigrdF vflf ipafr idwqf. pUrI iPLlm snawq ivwc awbf dI krIbI dosqI isrP sMgIqkfr E[pI[ neIar nfl sI. dovyN lfhOr qoN sn aqy dovF ivwc nyVqf ies hwd qwk sI ik afps ivwc gwlbfq dOrfn hornF ‘mfvF-BYxF’ nUM pux jfieaf krdy sn. aMmI (myrI sws) nUM dovF dI ies iksm dI vfrqflfp qoN koPLq hoieaf krdI sI. Auh kihMdI sI ik ‘E[pI[lPMgf hY, Aus dI sMgq ivwc qyry awbf vrgf jLhIn iensfn vI ivgV jFdf hY’. pr E[pI[ jdoN aMmf dy sfhmxy huMdy sn qF adb qy krInf dyKx vflf huMdf sI. E[pI[ neIar dI iPLlm ‘bfjL’(1953) df pihlf gIq ‘Gtf myN Cup ky BI, jo idl kI bfq hoqI hY[[[’ rPLI ny gfieaf. gruU dwq dI ieh iPLlm cwlI pr gIq bhuqf nf cwilaf pr neIar sfihb ny sfrI ksr ‘sIafeIzI’ (1956) rfhIN pUrI kr idwqI. ies iPLlm dy gIq ‘afKoN hI afKoN myN iesLfrf ho gXf[[[’ qy ‘aY idl hY musLikl jInf XhF, jLrf ht ky, jLrf bc ky’ suprihwt hoey aqy hux vI Cy dhfky pihlF ijMny mkbUl hn. sLMmI kpUr nUM suprstfr bxfAux vflI ‘qumsf nhIN dyKf[[[’, ‘nXf dOr’, ‘eyk musfiPr eyk hsInf’, ‘Pfgun’, ‘myry snm’, ‘iPr vhI idl lfieaf hUM’ qy ‘bsMq’ Auh iPLlmF sn ijnHF ivwc E[pI[ qy rPLI df jfdU isr cVH boilaf. (‘mfeI awbf-ey mYmOier’ pusqk dy aMsL) hrijMdr anUpgVH qfeI qF BVfs kwZ ky afpxy Gr clI geI, pr mYN afpxI mfqf qy dfdI jI nfl ikMnf icr bihs krdf irhf ik ‘qusIN dyK lYxf, jdoN qfeI ky awz ho gey, BfbI nUM ksr hoxo ht jfAU.’ afKIr do iqMn mhIinaF bfad nvIN BfbI qy Aus df pqI bfkI pirvfr nfloN awz ho gey. awz hox ipwCo BfbI nUM icMbVI EprI ksr vI afpxy afp AuzfrI mfr ky Bwj geI. sfl ku bfad jdoN qfeI iewk idn iPr sfzy Gr bYTI ipMz ivwc iksy dI nUMh nUM ksr hox bfry gwlF kr rhI sI qF mYN qfeI nUM ikhf, ‘Aus nuM vI quhfzI bhU vflI ibmfrI hovygI. myrI gwl sux ky qfeI hws peI qy kihx lwgI,’ gwl qF qyrI shI sI pwuq, jdoN dI bhU awz hoeI aY, muV ky ksr nhIN hoeI. PAGE 49


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Sikh Sewa International Society of Youth serves over 150 people in need during their second Gur Nanak Kitchen in Abbotsford

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Welcome to trade house!Welcome toc trade iksythis ÊvIÊqrH ~ÊdIÊpR`prtIÊvy xÊEqythis ÊKRIhouse! dxÊqoNÊpihl~ÊiekÊv`rÊjrUrÊPonÊkroÊjI|

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Wonderful family home located on a quiet street near elementary and high schools. New Highstreet Mall is a short walk away where you can shop or enjoy Starbucks and Tim Horton's. New flooring, new roof, New high efficiency furnace and PEX piping. A new central vacuum. Enjoy the roominess of 5 bedrooms include 1-2 bedroom suite, 2 laundries. Professional landscaped private backyard with new retaining walls and a cedar hedging. R-60 insulation in the attic will keep you warm in the winter and cool in summer.

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Custom built two storey home with full walkout daylight legal basement suite. Home shows very beautiful with superb, quality millwork throughout, coffered ceilings, two kitchens on the main floor, maple kitchen cabinets and granite countertop. Bedroom on main could be an office. Two master bedrooms upstairs, total 4 bedrooms upstairs plus more, 2 laundries, large lot. This house is situated at the very end of a short cul-de-sac backing onto greenbelt and farmland. Seller may consider trade with small house.

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#35- 30748 Cardinal Ave

1956 CATALINA CR

1945 CATALINA CR

32131 ASTORIA CR

109 31771 PEARDONVILLE

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Renovated Home in Central Location

West abbotsford Legal suite Renovated with open kitchen concept 7100 sq ft lot

West abbotsford Fully renovated 8300 sq ft lot

Renovated 4 bdrms & 2 baths. Close to schools, shopping parks, recreation and much more.

Corner/ Ground level unit. This neat & clean corner ground level unit is ready to move in to. This home has 2 spacious bedrooms/ 2 baths, living area, good size kitchen & dining space. It has a nice patio for entertainment and a huge backyard for kids to play. Close to schools, shopping, malls, parks, recreation, public transit and easy access to freeway. Easy to show. Call to view now!!

$499,700

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Corner Unit. Huge backyard. 4 bedrooms/ 2.5 bathrooms PLUS Den. Modern Concept, Open Kitchen Layout, Granite Counter Tops & Stainless Steel Appliances.

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32166 AUSTIN AVE

32595 GEORGE FERGUSON WAY

1949 HORIZON STREET

2292 CENTER STREET

#6 - 30748 CARDINAL AVE

2916 ORIOLE CR

CONDO

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West Abbotsford 1,860 Sqft. Split entry, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Full basement fully finished. Central location, nearby recreation + shopping.

$589,700

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OVER ASKING

3296 DENMAN ST.

Legal Suite! Perfect family home in one of the best neighborhoods of West Abbotsford. This home features 5 bedrooms/ 2.5 baths and a nice backyard. Main floor has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms with a half ensuite bathroom, huge living room, dining, kitchen & a nice sundeck. Basement has a Legal Suite with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen with a separate entrance. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, parks, malls and freeway. Call to view now!! $584,700

YS SINO7 LDAD OVER ASKING

3146 BABICH ST.

What a deal? Perfect family home in a good neighborhood at an affordable price. This home features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, huge living room, dining area, kitchen, wide entrance, rec room and a private yard. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, parks and much more. Easy to show, call to view now!

Inverstors Alert! Huge corner lot with a solid home on it. This home features 6 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, huge living room, kitchen, dining, rec room and a nice backyard. Other features- newer roof, new hotwater tank, flooring upstairs, newer kitchen counters & cabinets, newer bathroom tub, toilet seats upstairs & counters, lots of parking with 2 driveways and much more. Close to schools, hospital, public transit, recreation, malls, shopping and freeway. Call to view now!

$724,700

SOLD FULL PRICE

31055 HERON AVE

A Rare Find! 3 storey home. This home features 7 bdrms/ 4 baths & a good view. Main floor has a huge living room with high ceiling, dining room, family room, kitchen, nook, 2 bdrms, full bath and a nice sundeck. Top floor has 4 good size bdrms, 2 full baths with an ensuite in master, patio with an awesome view and an open space for miscellaneous use. Basement is on ground level and has a separate entrance. Close to schools, shopping, recreation & freeway.

$724,700

SOLD OVER ASKING

3323 BLUEJAY ST

Basement entry home with a Legal Suite in West Abbotsford. This home features 5 bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms with a private backyard for entertainment. Main floor has 3 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, huge living room, dining, family room, kitchen, nook and a private backyard.

$592,700

Custom Built- 1 year plus old 3 storey home in West Abbotsford. 8 bdrms/6 baths & a decent size backyard. Main floor features- living room with high ceiling & gas fireplace, dining room, family room, kitchen with an island, spice kitchen, bdrm, half bath & a nice sundeck. Top floor has 4 bdrms/ 3 baths out of which 2 are masters with ensuite. Bsmt has 3 bdrms/2 full baths, rec room (one of the berms can be used as games room or gym). Other features- Vaulted ceilings, granite counter tops, superior flooring, excellent finishing, roughed in a/c, spice kitchen, quite street, rv parking & much more. Close to schools, shopping, recreation & freeway.

$874,700

AYS SINO21LDD 2034 ZINFANDEL DR

5600 sq ft + Custom Built 3 storey home in Pepin Brook Estates. This home features 9 bedrooms/6 bathrooms including 3 Master Bedrooms & a lovely garden. Main floor has a wide entrance, Master Bedroom, huge kitchen with granite counter top island, big living room & family room, dining area, nook & another bedroom (can be used as an office/den). Top floor has 4 Bedrooms/3 full bathrooms- all bedrooms have attached bathrooms. Basement has a home theatre room, rec room, wet bar & has a potential for a 3 bedrooms in-law-suite.

YS SINO4 LDAD OVER ASKING

2105 DOLPHIN CR

Fully Renovated Home on a flat 8400 sq ft lot in one of the most desirable areas of West Abbotsford. This home features 5 bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms & a huge backyard. Close to all levels of schools, shopping, recreation, mall, hospital, parks and easy access to freeway. Open House Sunday, March 06.

$575,000

SINO9LDADYS OVER ASKING

Townhouse in Abbotsford

3 storey, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bath. 2 covered parking spots, double tandem garage. Visitor parking close. Fenced yard.

2 bedrooms,2 bathrooms. 853 sqft. Only 10 years old. Rentals Allowed.

Rancher house, 3 bedrooms 1 bath 1,056 sq.ft. house, 6,000 sq.ft. lot. $499,700

$359,700

32826 HARWOOD PL

32028 ASTORIA CRES

3853 CHADSEY CRES

$545,000

YS SINO5 LDAD OVER ASKING

32137 BALFOUR DR

Fairfield Estates! Immaculate Rancher with walkout basemen. Perfect family home. This home features 5 bedrooms/3 bathrooms, huge living room, dining, family room, nook, walk out basement with rec room, big sunny sundeck off the kitchen & a flat private backyard.

$581,000

Great home in a perfect location. This home features 5 bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms with a legal suite. Main floor has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, family room, dining, kitchen, eating area, ensuite and a walk in closet OVER in Master. Basement has a ASKING rec room (can be used as bedroom) and a walk out legal suite. Other features newer flooring, paint, blinds, new rugs in bedrooms upstairs, quiet cul-de-sac, no thru road, private backyard and much more... Close to all levels of schools, shopping, recreation, Rotary Stadium, malls and easy access to freeway. Call to view now.

WEST ABBY

Legal Suite! 7000 plus sq ft Corner Lot! A perfect family home in one of the best neighborhoods of West Abbotsford. This home features 5 OVER bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms ASKING and a big backyard for entertainment. Main floor has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, huge living room, dining, kitchen & family room(sundeck converted into family room off dining room). Basement has 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living room and kitchen. Close to schools, shopping, parks, malls, recreation, public transit & easy access to freeway.

FULL PRICE

ALERT! West Abby Rancher with basement. 8050 Sq. Ft. Lot

31889 OAK AVENUE

Investors and 1st time home buyers ALERT! Solid home in one of the best neighborhoods of OVER A b b o t s f o r d . ASKING This home features 5 b e d r o o m s / 3 bathrooms, kitchen, living, dining, rec room and a good size backyard for entertainment. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, parks, malls and much more...

A Rare find! Side by side Rancher style duplex on a corner lot in West Abbotsford. It has OVER 3 b e d r o o mASKING s/ 1 bathroom on each side and it has a nice fenced yard. Close to schools, s h o p p i n g , recreation, parks, malls and easy access to freeway.

$485,000

$640,000

3479 THURSTON PL

OVER ASKING

Renovated Family Home in West Abbotsford. Huge 10,400 sq ft lot. 2600 plus sq ft home. Private Big Backyard. Huge Sundeck

$649,700

31115 HERON AVE

$674,700 #44 - 30748 CARDINAL AVE

SOLD OVER ASKING

3 storey, 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath. Double garage parking for 2. Central location, recreation nearby, shopping nearby.

$549,700

SINO6 DLAYDS SOLD SOLD SINO1LDADY $535,000

2805 Countess Cres.

SOLD First time buyers & Investors

A RARE FIND!!

3544 CHASE ST

Fairfield Estates! 2 Storey home in a perfect location. This home features 5 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms. Main floor has a nice entrance, huge living room, dining, family room, eating area, kitchen & 1 bedroom (can be used as a den/office). Upstairs has 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths & laundry room (good size to make it a 5th bedroom upstairs). Other features- New roof, quiet neighborhood, steps to Rotary stadium, fenced backyard & much more. Close to shopping, schools, recreation, malls, parks & easy access to freeway. Call to view now!

$199,700

$459,900

2940 ROYAL STREET

NEW LISTING

SOLD

FULL PRICE

2,556 Sqft. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms. Basement entry, fenced yard with patio/deck. Central location, nearby recreation + shopping.

$179,700

2208-2210 BEAVER ST

3118 GOLDFINCH ST

31856 LINK CRT

305 - 33960 Old Yale FULL PRICE

2,350 Sqft. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. Basement entry, fenced yard. Central location, Rec. + shopping nearby

D L O S

Total 8 bedrooms beautiful house. Close to all levels of school, bus service, Apollo fitness centre, Fruiticana. This house has 4 large bedrooms up with spacious kitchen, family room leading to the back sundeck, living room, 2 sundecks, new flooring and new paint, new faux-wood blinds and new ceiling fans. Daylight entry basement includes 3 bedrooms legal suite and a bedroom and rec room for upstairs use.

FRASER VALLEY

778.552.8840

THE SERVICE YOU DESERVE, A REALTOR YOU CAN TRUST!

$649,000

NEW LISTING

30860 E OSPREY DRIVE – Abbotsford 3434 TOWNLINE ROAD, Abbotsford

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Very hard to find 7700 SQFT big lot with house in west end of city. 2 bedroom house lot 70x110. Close to shopping and bus service, school. Easy to build dream house. It has a new roof, paint, tiles. Very good tenants paying $1100 rent per month. Please do not disturb the tenants. Showing only with appointment. All the measurements are approx. buyer to verify if important. Need offer.

NEW LISTING

Two retail units 3000sqft #130/140 - 304785 Cardinal Ave Abbotsford

Rajinder Dhutti

2378 Holly St. Abbotsford

32301 Slocan Place Abbotsford

SOLD

23- 32310 MOUAT DR

SOLD

OVER ASKING

Home with a Legal Suite in West Abbotsford. 5 bdrms/4 full baths, huge rec room & a private backyard. Main - 3 bdrs/2 full baths with an ensuite & walk in closet in the master, bright living room with lots of windows, dining room, cozy family room with a gas fireplace, nook, kitchen & a sundeck off from family room. Bsmt-2 bdrs/2 full baths, big living room, kitchen, laundry room & a huge rec room for your own use. Central Location.

3472 ASHCROFT DR

SOLD

YS DAOVER IN 10 ASKING A wonderful revenue generating property sitting on a huge flat 10,500 sq ft corner lot. Each side features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living, kitchen, dining, rec room and a nice backyard for entertainment. $759,700

OVER ASKING

Renovated 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths townhouse. Affordable price. Close to schools, shopping, Rotary Stadium, parks and malls.

$649,700

2378 BROADWAY ST

$249,700

408 31771 PEARDONVILLE

201 30519 BLUERIDGE DR

HUGE CORNER LOT

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$40,000 OVER

3281 DEERTRAIL DR

3345 TRETHEWEY ST $530,000

32150 ELKFORD DR

3564 THURSTON PL

2125 RIDGEWAY ST

2388 ALDER ST

EXECUTIVE 3 STOREY

$474,700

D D D SINO2 DLAYDS SINO12LDADYS SINO15LDAYS SINO6 LDAYS SINO8 LDAYS SOLD

$547,700

OVER ASKING

OVER ASKING

$35,000 OVER

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Listing Needed Call Jag

#110 - 30485 Cardinal Ave Abbotsford, BC V2T0E5

Phone: 604.625.2245 Fax: 604.625.2249 Toll Free: 1.866.967.0666

Call Gurcharan or Jag for your FREE no obligation Market Evaluation

NEW LISTING!!

3429 Thurston Place

OPEN HOUSE Sun Aug 7, 2-4pm 3 story, 10 years old, 2 bedroom legal suite, and 1 bedroom suite 3 bedroom up could be 4.

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

30-31098, Westridge Pl, Abbotsford 3123 Babich St. 2899- Crossley Dr. Abbotsford 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 4 year old, 2 Storey, Near School, Shopping Mall, Appollo Gym

6700Sq. Ft, 4 bedroom

NEW LISTING!! NEW LISTING!!

3 bedrooms, 2 bath,Family Room up, 2 bedroom legal suite, recroom full bath for upstairs use

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

31091 Creekside, Abbotsford

Two lots in maple ridge over 15000 sqft near 235a st

4 bedrooms, 3 bath, recroom, renovated, Near School, Shopping Mall, Gladwin Rd Area, Must see

3844 Balsam Cres., Abbotsford

32120 Balfour Dr.

Fully renovated, 6 bedroom, 3 full bath

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

8500Sq. Ft. lot, 4 bedroom, 4 bath

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

34041 WAVELL LANE, Abbotsford

3044 Royal Street 5 bedroom 2 and half bath on 6600 sqft lot close to all levels of school.

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

43-3030 Tretheway St, 3980 Brighten Pl., Abbotsford 3 story 9 bedroom 6bath. Clearbrook village Over 5000 sqft of living.

3 bedroom 2 bath townhouse Huge lot over 8000 sqft.

NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

2728 Centennial, Abbotsford

3454 Sidegrove, West Abbotsford

king

as Over

725 Short Rd, Abbotsford 2740 Cambie St Abbotsford 2136 Opal Place, Abbotsford

32085 Ashcroft Dr

It is a 2 bedroom house, close to Wal-Mart

7 bedrooms, 5 bath, Family 5 bedroom 2 1/2 bath family room fully 3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath rancher with and freeway. It is rented for $950 per Room, recroom, built in renovated home near new hospital, cul- over 8000 sqft lot month. It is hard to find in this price in Abbotsford area, demolish it and make a 2008, Near Park, Must see de-sac. new house.

Ross, Fraser Hwy Area Good for Trucker

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3 story 9 bedroom 5 bath west Abby.

2135 Bakerview 4 bedroom

New Listing 5 ACRES, Rolling Land 6 Bdrm, Workshop Rented $2500 Per month

Custom Built 3 Story home 4 bdrms upstairs, Family Rm, Living Rm, 2 bdrm legal suite, Media Rm, Office in another Master bdrm on main, 6720Sq, Ft, lot, Near All Amenities

#22-3030 Trethway bdrm townhouse

33951, Mccrimmon Dr. Abbotsford 2889 Victoria Street 32277 Peardonville Road 6 bedrooms, 4 bath, 17000 Sq.Ft. Lot, recroom, 3 Storey, Near School, Shopping Mall

Almost 11000 Sq. Ft. 5 bdrm, 2 bath sold

ABBOTSFORD

This home is centrally located in West Abbotsford, close to schools, shopping and parks. OVER 12000 SF Large lot, that can be subdivided into 2 lots that would be over 6000 sqft each.

36432 Estevan Court, Abbotsford

35358 Wells, Gray Avenue #102 - 3080 Townline Rd 2081 Bakerview Fully Abbotsford renovated house 4 bedroom 3 bedroom, 2 bath

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Baldev Singh Gill

2016

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604.825.8886

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

$398,888

$759,000

34641 7TH AVENUE Nicely renovated home located in a quite cul-de-sac. Some recent updates are: New paint, railing, kitchen cabinets, some flooring, window blinds, light fixtures, bath tub, tiles, one piece toilet and much more.

NEW LISTING 11 bedroom 9bath mega house in West Abbotsford. Close to all amenities and easy access 31816 Oak Ave to freeway. Abbotsford NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

New stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. 3 Bdrm suite. Recroom with full Bath. Walking distance to all levels of schools, Apollo Gym and Gurdwara.

NEW LISTING

2966 Glenavon Street #29- 31125 Westridge #12 3087 Immel

2620 Caboose Place

$524,900

7200 Sq. Ft. Lot. Very well maintained house. Granite counter tops& Central Air Conditioner. Located on dead end street

NEW LISTING

3631 Homestead Cres.

Very Clean 5 bedroom basement entry house, Rec room with full washroom, Living room, Family room, 2 bedroom legal suite.

NEW LISTING

Beautiful custom built over4800 sq.ft. home with 2-5-10 warranty in a West Abbotsford. High end finishingthrough out of the h o u s e . 4 b e d r o o m s upstairs with 3 baths and main floor has one master bedroom. 2 bedroom LEGAL SUITE in a basement plus Theatre room, rec room and a steam bath forupstairs use.

NEW LISTING

3320 Jervis Crescent Abbotsford

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

#2-30989 Westridge

5 bedroom updated home with Legal Suite in West Abbotsford

NEW LISTING

3533 Trethwey Street Abbotsford Updated home with Suite. Close to Rotary Stadium and Mouat Secondary School.

NEW LISTING

1726 Ackerman Abbotsford

NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

5 bdrms, 3 baths, family room, living room, rec room, built in vac, fully air conditioned from upstairs, shed, covered sundeck, lots of room for the whole family. Great size 2 bdrm legal suite!!!

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

3302 FIRHILL DRIVE, Abbotsford • 5 bedrooms • 3 bathrooms • Recroom

• Legal Suite • New roof • Close to schools

NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

37-31032 Westridge Pl. 3513 Merritt, Abbotsford 2604 Valemont Cr 33414 Kingsley Terrace 30922 Upper Maclure

32259 Atwater Cres

Thurston Place

32079 Astoria Court

3679 NEWCASTLE COURT

7 Year new beautiful custom built house in West Abbotsford. 4 bedroom, 3 bath up. 1 bedroom, office and spice kitchen on main floor. Two basement suites. Call for appointment.

Beautiful homewith 8200 sq.ft lot. Upstairs: 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining, familyroom and 1-1/2 bath. Basement: 1 bedroom LEGAL SUITE plus den for upstairs use. New windows, new paint and high efficient furnace. Close to Rotary Stadium, MRC

Beautiful house in West Abbotsford. 2 Bedroom Legal Suite plus Rec. room, full washroom and one bedroom for upstairs use. New Paint, New Fence, New hot water tank and new drapes. Call for appointment.

Beautifully renovated house located in a quiet cul-de-sac. Close to Rotary Stadium, MRC and all level of Schools. 2bedroom LEGAL SUITE, ample parking and Flat fenced over 8000 sq.ft.lot.

Beautiful home in cul-de-sac with LEGAL SUITE and Rec. Rm. Over 8100 sq. feet lot. New flooring, New Paint , new toilets, new large covered sundeck with skylights.

$299,000

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Super Mcmillan 5 year old three location. Close to storey 3 bedroom, 2 Prince Charles bath plus rec. room Elementary School, townhouse in West Fraser Middle Abbotsford.  Near all School, Yale level of schools, Secondary School Gurudwara and Apollo and Abbotsford Gym. Excellent Recreation Centre. location.

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NEW LISTING

31897 Madiera Place Abbotsford

NEW LISTING

$625,000

3480 Wagner Drive

NEW LISTING

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Custom built 3 storey home Three storey 3 with 2-5-10 years warranty bedroom, 2 bath, in West Abbotsford's newest living room,kitchen subdivision. 4 bedrooms and family room upstairs with 3 full baths, townhouse. Close to mailfloor has office and spice kitchen too. 2 shopping, recreation, and French Immersion bedroom LEGAL SUITE in a basementplus media room, Elementary School. bar, bedroom and full bath

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Great starter home located in a quiteculde-sac. Just stepts away from the US border. Flat fenced lot with additional back lane access to the property.

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1 Year old 2 bedrooms and three bath townhouse in West Abbotsford. Like new condition. Near all level of schools. Excellent location.

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2 year new townhouse in West Abbotsford. Like New Condition. Near all levels of schools, Gurudwara Darbar Sahib and Apollo Gym.

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Fairfield Estates! Immaculate Rancher with 2Bedroon LEGAL SUITE in one of the bestneighborhoods of West Abbotsford.  Thishome features 7 bedrooms/3 bathrooms, huge living room, dining, family room,big new patio off the kitchen & a flat private backyard. 

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Great family home in agreat neighborhood! Sunnyside area. Living, kitchen, dining, 3 bdrms up and1-1/2 up. Fully finished basement with 2 bedroom Legal suite and a family roomfor upstaits use

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Super cleanbasement entry home on a corner lot. Living room, kitchen, dining, 3bedroomsand two bath up, 1 bedroom LEGAL SUITE down. Newflooring, paint and less than 2 year old roof. Close to University and easy access to freeway.

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Sukh Malhi 604.832.6034

RealtorSukh@hotmail.com Office 604.855.0800 Fax 604.855.0833

Suite and a Shop! And 31710 SOUTHDALE CRES Legal room to park Boat, Motor

$599,000 32107 CLINTON AVE

$739,900 42460 WALNUT AVE YARROW

$525,000

Home or extra vehicles. This well cared for home in a central location has a walk out basement, a large sundeck and a concrete apron out the back yard, very little grass to mow. Shared laundry with a tenant that would like to continue. Great shop! Also has a tent like covering good to keep the boat out of the rain.

34135 HIGGINSON CRES This 2 Storey w/basement home on

$925,000

7954+sf Lot. Main floor starts with a large open foyer leading to formal livingroom & diningroom. Large Kitchen has stainless appliances, island w/breakfast counter & eating area. Family room, 2pc bath, an inlaw/guest bedroom, office and laundry. Above is the Lg Mbdrm w/WIC & 4pc Ensuite and 4bdrms and 2 4pc baths. Basement has 2Bdrm Legal Suite w/4pc bath as well as 1bdrm unauth suite w/4pc bath. Lot is completely landscaped, fenced and has veg garden & cherry tree. 2Bdrm Legal & 1Bdrm Unauth Suites offer $1500/mth rental income. Beautiful executive home in prestigious

Fairfield subdivision in West Abbotsford offers this 2 Storey w/bsmnt 6 bedroom 4 bath beauty! Main floor has Large foyer with spiral staircase, Formal Living Room, Kitchen w/eating area, Dining Room, Family Room, Den and Laundry. Above is large MBdrm w/5pc ensuite and 4 pc bath with 3 more bedrooms, Basement has 2 Bdrm Legal Suite. Come and View!! What a combination! 2596 sqft house on a 9966 sqft lot with South facing backyard on a dead end street. Schoolyard behind with the Community Centre just steps away and the Vedder River just accross the street. The house has had several upgrades and is waiting for your finishing ideas. Large open country kitchen with gas stove opens to the dining room and large sundeck. 3 Bedrooms up and even a 4 piece ensuite. Basement has outside access and lots of options for future development. Backyard has dry storage, hot tub and possible vehicle access past the house. Renovations include some newer vinyl windows, roof replaced in 2013, furnace in 2006 and more.

Gardens. Timeless floorplan 45825 VERBENA DR CHILLIWACK Higginson with great room and master bedroom on

$849,900 10-31235 UPPER MACLURE RD

SOLD

WEEK IN A Well kept nice and bright townhouse in

KLAZINA ESTATES! Lots of storage space and a beautiful backyard.Stainless steel appliances,granite countertops,shows very nice.Walk to all levels of schools,Apollo gym, close to high Street mall,Easy access to freeway.

$359,000

the main with massive walk-in closet. Superior finishes including hardwood, tile and crown moulding. Upstairs features 3 large bedrooms and a library area. Basement features a LEGAL 1 bedroom and den suite with 2 full bathrooms! Also in the basements are a rec room and flex room for the upstairs use. All of this set on a large fenced corner lot with side yard access for parking the toys. Great location with all amenities close by, including all levels of schools, Kinkora golf course, Village at Sardis Park shopping centre and Sardis park. This is an amazing house, meticulously maintained and ready for you today.

#6 - 30748 CARDINAL AVE

SOLD

A Rare Find! Only 6 years old Town home in West Abbotsford. This home features 3 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, huge living room, dining area, family room, open kitchen concept with granite counter tops and a double/ garage tandem. Other features - laminate flooring, stainless steel appliances, fireplace, low strata fees, lots of windows, modern concept and much more...Close to schools, shopping, recreation, freeway, parks, steps to High Street Mall, Walmart & Cineplex.

$359,700

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Jasbir Singh Banwait

Manbir Banwait

Banwait Group 1

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

Multiple fully tenanted buildings with approx 6% Cap Rates. Asking price $5.9 Million

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565 ACRES DEVELOPMENT LAND

565 Acres Sub Dividable Into 1 Acre Lots Out Of ALR Ready To Develop. Excellent View , Very Close To Whisper Ridge Sub Division . MultiMillion Dollar homes sold out across the street. Whisper Subdivision Is All Sold out. For More Info, Asking Price $13.5 million. Call: 778-552-0305

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Over 5100 Sq. Ft, home plus 5 acres for s a l e . Ve r y c l o s e t o t h e C i t y o f Abbotsford,Abbotsford International Airport, University of Fraser Valley, Abbotsford General Hospital, five minutes to all shopping centers, easy access to highway #1, minutes to US border, 40 minutes to Simon Fraser University, 50 minutes to University of British Columbia, Half hour to Surrey and 20 minutes to Langley. Enjoy very quite and peacefull living. Appox. 4 acres planted high yielding and full production RASPBERRY. Will not last long call me right now at 778-552-0305.

8 32113 HUNTINGDON RD VACANT INDUSTRIAL 7 2.4 ACRES OF LAND NEXT TO LAND - MISSION INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ABBOTSFORD 1.31 Acre plus house well Can be developed into Possibility to rezone to Airport maintained house and any number of industrial commercial. This property is outbuildings. Close to all located in the North West uses. Excellent location corner of Queen Street and facilities, International n e a r a l l r e q u i r e d Marshall Road. 3200 sqft. Airport, hospital, schools amenities. Easy access house rented for $1500.00 per a n d s h o p p i n g . B e s t a n d v e r s a t i l e m o n t h p l u s 2 1 0 0 s q f t . Location for a new home! warehouse rented for $999,000 land/zoning. $2.99M $1500.00 per month

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PRODUCTION BLUEBERRY FARM WITH 3 RENTAL HOMES

13 26 ACRES OF FULL 2 DUPLEX LOTS FOR SALE PRODUCTION OF BLUEBERRY

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ABBOTSFORD/ LANGLEY BORDER Two 10 Acre Parcels with Perfect Building Sites with no restrictions on your home and outbuildings. Minutes to US Border, Hwy 1. 25 Minutes to South Surrey. Surrounded by estate homes

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10 ACRE BLUEBERRY FARM, 10 19.75 ACRES Of PRIME FULLY IRRIGATED, HEALTHY BLUEBERRY LAND IN DEROCHE Good production of PLANTS & FERTILE SOIL

ABBOTSFORD/ LANGLEY BORDER 20 Acre Parcel with Perfect Building Sites with no restrictions on your home and outbuildings. Minutes to US Border, Hwy 1. 25 Minutes to South Surrey. Surrounded by estate homes

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High yielding variety, 7 minutes to Mission. Nice area to build a house and the price is right. Call for more info. $999,000

150,000+ lbs it 2015. New drip irrigation installed last year. Take advantage of the low land price to increase your return on investment. $1.25M

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15 MATSQUI PRAIRIE BLUEBERRY

38 ACRES OF STRATEGICALLY LOCATED FARMLAND - ABBOTSFORD

FARM WITH 15,000+ SQFT

Auto drip irrigation system plus setup for machine pick, with a very high production. All machinery included. Very clean farm look, like Stanley park. 8 minutes to city center of Abbotsford. Build your very own dream home with an asking price of $2,750,000!

Two side by side 7500 sqft duplex lots for sale. RS4 Zoning allows to build two duplexes or you can build two large houses. Very close to university of fraser valley in abbotsford. Call for more info Asking Price only $$509,000 Each Lot

Next door to commercial development! Great holding potential and perfect to use for Agri-Business. Take advantage of the surrounding area which is rapidly growing. Property is all usable. Call us for details and to discuss your ideas!

8 bedrooms, entertainment areas, indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, and gym. Everything in this home is spacious 2 bedroom nanny quarters or suite. Blueberry farm features 3 varietiesplanted in approximately 27 acres. Mature plantings provide strong production. Open to all your proposals and ideas. Call today!

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19 40.51 ACRES BLUEBERRY

20 21.4 ACRE BLUEBERRY FARM,

Central/downtown Abbotsford location provides easy access to all facilities inc. shopping, schools, hospitals. This property has 6 parcels and has four houses rented. Up to 6 stories and 90+ Units possible. $2.9 Million

Farm in full production. Fully auto drip irrigation system in place. High yielding varieties dukes bluecrop and elliots. Seller will pay good rent for the outbuldings. Close to city of Abbotsford on a busy road. You can setup a fruit stand to sell fresh produce. Asking price only $1,899,000!

15 Acre blueberry farm all planted. Auto drip irrigation system in place. Abbotsford & C h i l l i w a c k B o r d e r. D u k e B l u e c r o p & E l l i o t s . Tw o Houses and our building. Rental income $4500/month. s e l l e r m o t i v a t e d . Tr a d e s welcome. Asking Price: $1,499,000

Corner property with excellent frontage, access, and soil. Professionally installed irrigation system. This field has excellent drainage and soil quality and plantings are in exceptional health. Home and additional home can be still be built on the property. $3.449M

Fully auto drip irrigated fi e l d . H o u s e a n d outbuildings rented for $1500.00 per month. This farm is located right on Lougheed Highway in Deroche Mission. Look at the asking price only $1.55M. Will not last long

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Great Location on F r a s e r H i g h w a y. Excellent building for steady cash flow. Fully leased building should provide $9000/month rental income!

Great Location for this 20 Acre Blueberry Farm. In production farm - ready for machine pick professionally planted and c a r e d f o r fi e l d . Va r i e t i e s include Bluecrop & Duke. Extra machine shop - 30' x 50'. No residence on the property so bring your ideas and build your custom home. $1.99M

Excellent location! Property is loc close to Costco, the Sumas Shopping area, Hwy 1, the Mission Hwy and the US B o r d e r. C e n t r a l l y l o c a t e d f o r a processing plant - city water is available. It has 2 houses with a rental income of $3500/month. There is a full production field, with 11 acres of Duke and 9 acres of Bluecrop; auto drip irrigation installed. Please call for more info

DOWNTOWN ABBOTSFORD

6000 SF Commercial Building with 6 Separate Units

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20 ACRE BLUEBERRY FARM - SUMAS PRAIRIE

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BLUEBERRY FARM FOR SALE

SHAKE & SHINGLE MILL TURN KEY OPERATION

Versatile and operating industrial land - currently utilized as a shake and shingle mill. Ideal for barge and truck access. Excellent for any heavy industrial use. Developed 5.8 acres on the waterfront. Take advantage of the operating and fully functioning business or bring your own business to this one of a kind property. VERY VERY GOOD RETURN ON YOUR INVESTMENT $9.9M

FARM - CLOSE TO HWY 1 AND CITY CENTRE

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13.34 ACRES OF FULL PRODUCTION BLUEBERRY FARM

Spectacular 5400 sqft. main house is simply breathtaking with 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms (3 ensuites, 1 with steam shower & 1 with jetted tub) gourmet maple kitchen with stainless steel appliances and butler's kitchen. Family room enjoys gas fireplace and built in entertainment unit. 12' ceiling throughout living room & dining room. l8' vaulted foyer with sparkling chandelier. Enjoy excellent revenue from blueberry crop and rental income from second house. 10 minutes from Mission. $1.849M

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DUKE & BLUE CROP - DEROCHE

Cedar Park Place Commercial Unit 2 units in busy multi tenant strip mall known a s C E D A R PA R K . Central location and excellent income. Open up your own business or lease out. One unit already rented.

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DIAMOND AWARD

WINNER OF FVREB’s TOP ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Sutton Group - West Coast Realty #106 7565 132 St., Surrey. BC. PH:604-572-3005 FAX: 778-574-4174

COMMERCIAL MEDALLION CLUB MEMBER

- Highest Dollar Volume Award

- Commercial Top Sales Award

FOR SALE Spectacular! Estate home on 14.827 Acres of high yield blueberry farm. Luxury unfolds with the stunning front foyer, dual staircases, and elevated catwalk. The regal great room is situated next to a gourmet chef kitchen w/ separate wok kitchen & walk in pantry. A media room, yoga/ exercise room, 8 bedrooms & multiple entertaining rooms round out this spectacular home. Gaze out upon south views of Mt. Baker or the north views of the North Shore Mountains from outdoor patios situated both upstairs and down. This is true luxury at its best! The farm features healthy mature blueberry varieties Duke, Elliott, and Reca ensuring steady crops throughout the season. Fully automated irrigation. Too much to list! Book a showing today! Asking $4,999,900

ONE IN A MILLION BUSINESS FOR SALE

A very rare opportunity to own a beautiful Parisian feel Salon/Café in Historic Abbotsford. Well established, with a loyal client following this beautiful establishment offers all day brunch, Lunch and Afternoon Tea. In addition, this beautiful café offers so much more! Reservations for Showers, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Special occasions and even Private Wedding ceremonies. Wait...there's more! This beautiful treasure of a business offers gorgeous select apparel, furnishings, jewelry, linens, gifts, vintage treasures and home décor. A beautiful, breathtaking turnkey operation this is a chance to own a niche business created and established with love and a business owners delight don't miss this opportunity! Please do not approach staff, contact listing realtor for any info required. Asking $75,000

ACREAGE FOR SALE IN REGINA - SASKATCHEWAN GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY!

4 acres, Hotel and development site available in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan. Prime location, not to be missed! Contact for more details.

CUSTOM STEEL & FABRICATION BUSINESS FOR SALE

Established custom steel and aluminum fabrication business. Great opportunity to run your own business with services that include: aluminum welding and repair, custom and stock trailers, mobile welding service, crane fabrication, fabrication of residential gates, security bars and much more! Mon– Fri operation closed on weekends. Please contact me for more details on this hard to come by opportunity! Asking $149,000

BUSINESS FOR SALE

Established Indian Sweets and Restaurant business located in high traffic area of Scott Rd, Surrey. Wide variety vegetarian menu with sweets. Can be expanded to add non vegetarian dishes to the menu. Catering services provided regular clientele. Seating for 50. Complete turn key restaurant great business opportunity! Asking $129,000

PIZZA & INDIAN CUISINE BUSINESS

Fantastic opportunity to run your own Pizza & Indian Cuisine business! Excellent food, rated 4.5/5 by customers open 7 days a week, very busy location take out with availability for seating if desired. Tons of tourists year round, central to major sites in Hope and integral area near grocery stores, city hall, local police station, motels and cinema. Well established, great sales and a complete turn key operation that will not last long! Asking $199,000

CONVENIENCE STORE & MINI MART

Don't miss this chance to run your own buy Convenience store/Mini mart! This well established business is well or-ganized, excellent set up, with all your essential sundries for sale as well as lottery AND the licensing to sell Pizza at this location! Busy area near parks, schools, residences it is the perfect small business! Ample of opportunity to add your ideas to an already turn key operation! Don't miss this great small business prospect! Asking $149,000

BUSINESS FOR SALE

Laundry Business for Sale. Well established coin laundry on Scott Rd. and 94 Ave. Very profitable, heavy duty washers and dryers. D SOL Good lease terms. Baby ultrasound franchise, 3D ultrasound private clinic for pregnant moms is available for sale. Easy to run with low overhead. Located D SOL across Surrey Memorial Hospital in a medical building. Asking $169,900 Non Stop Pizza and Curry Business for Sale Very well running Non-Stop Pizza and Curry Restaurant for sale in D SOL Cloverdale - 191 and 72 Ave. Don’t miss it. Asking $99,000 Hair Salon Business for sale

GREAT FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY

Don't miss this rare opportunity to own your own busy Lighthouse Indian Cuisine Franchise! Prime location in Brickyard Station Plaza this fantastic business has Take out and dine in, beautiful décor, quality kitchen, Full Liquor license and full Indian Cuisine Menu. Complete turn key operation enables you to be your own boss with this established franchise. Contact me today for further info. Asking $389,000

Great Franchise opportunity just listed! Busy Coquitlam Center Mall location for Chop N Toss Franchise! Wont last long! Asking $158,800

UNIT FOR SALE

ITALIAN RESTAURANT FOR SALE

In Mughal Garden plaza 2 units available, approx 4875 sqft.Already leased to long term tenants, to be sold together. Asking $1.25 million RETAIL SPACE AVAILABLE

8321 - 128 St., Surrey. Excellent location in busy plaza. Asking $209,000 OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE

Approx. 3100 SF of office space available for sale in the busiest plaza in Surrey. Close to Banquet Halls, retailshops & offices. Asking $749,000

17358 104A AVE

Fully finished side by side strata units for a total of approx. 5540 sqft. Available for sale. Close to Port Kells Industrial area. Easy access to both Highway 1 and Pacific Highway truck crossing.

A treasure gem of Italian cuisine tucked away in Hope! Open for lunch and dinner this quaint restaurant serves traditional Italian classics in a fantastic atmosphere and ambiance. Perfect casual dining for locals as well as tourist traffic. Turn key operation ready for you to implement your dreams as a restaurant owner! Asking $219,000

Magnificent luxury estate situate don 8.5 acres with over 8100 sq. ft of living space. Home includes 6 bdrms, 8 washrooms, a separate guest house and fruit stand. 5 acres has blueberry plants as well. This stunning home possesses every luxury possible with high ceilings, crown molding, stainless steel appliances,Granite counter tops, open floor plan, large gym room, grand patio, sundecks, built in vacuum, top of the line security system, separate wok kitchen and much more! This gorgeous home is situated in the middle of serene farmland yet only two minutes away from Aldergrove Town centre and with quick access to Hwy #1. The second house is rented as well as fruit stall.Rare opportunity to advantage of this stunning home! Call today for a personal viewing.

PAYAL BUSINESS CENTRE - 82 Ave & 128 St MORE 1000 TO 12,000 S.F. RETAIL & OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE FOR SALE & LEASE

UNITS FOR SALE & LEASE 13737 96 Ave, City Centre Two adjoining offices in a new building across from SMH. Can be bought or leased together for a total space of 1600 sqft. or separate.

J.J SAINI PLAZA

8077 KING GEORGE BLVD. The perfect retail corner unit in busy plaza move in ready. Approx 1200 sq ft perfect for fast food, office or retail space. Easy access to highway, close to all amenities on Busy King George Hwy. Great Opportunity contact me today.

AUTO BODY SHOP FOR SALE

Established auto body shop for sale be your own boss today! Well established and well equipped Auto Care Center which offers complete car & truck inspection, service and repair. The perfect opportunity to run your own business with a well recognized and established automotive center. Contact realtor for more details. Asking $139,000

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OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE 8927 152 St.,Approx. 1100 sqft. office space for lease available in Guildford area on 152nsd street in Surrey.

93 AVE & 120 ST

Units available on busy Scott Road at 93rd Ave & 120 St. Approx. 750 to 1700 sqft. space available on main floor, second floor and basement. Ready to move in! 11925 95 AVE

Approx. 4500 sqft. office space available. Rec. area, small office, lunch room and conference room. Very nicely designed and finished.

Amazing opportunity to be your own boss! Established Donair food outlet in prime busy area in Langley. Already steady clientele from the numerous businesses surrounding, tons of traffic and lots of opportunity to expand the business further. Low lease, and great UNIT FOR LEASE ON 72 & 132 ST area make this the perfect turn key operation to own your own Available for lease. Opp JR Furniture. Good mix of warehouse and office space. Centrally located in light industrial zoning. business today! Asking $99,000

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DONAIR BUSINESS FOR SALE

2590 sqft. Retail and Office INVESTOR OPPORTUNITY Investment Opportunity in Hope. 7200 Sq. ft large Lot Fully space for sale Asking $649,000 renovated home close to the

95 Ave & 152 St., 940 sqft. office space is available for lease on 2nd floor including 3 small offices, meeting room and reception. Also available 9400 sqft. space for lease. LOTS OF EXPOSURE.

4020 272 ST, LANGLEY

#705 $465,000, #706 $335,000

Located on Fraser Hwy, Cloverdale area, well established business, easy to maintain, higher monthly revenue. Asking $69,900

LIGHTHOUSE INDIAN CUISINE

2010

FOR SALE

PREMIUM OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE

8318 Scott Road is offering medical and other professionals an opportunity to purchase premium office space in Surey, BC. Set to be completed by fall 2016, this state if the art steel and concrete building will offer a mixture of retail and office space to professionals looking for a long term home for their business. Space is limited. Call today for more details.

MASTER AWARD

2006-2007 2004-2005 2011, 2012 2008-2009 2013-2014

FOR LEASE

14.827 ACRES HOME FOR SALE

PLATINUM AWARD

Downtown core. 2 bed, 2 bath 850 sq.ft home to use as a rental property. Asking $259,000

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NEW FRANCHISE

Great opportunity to get into a Franchised and easy to operate Candy business! This established franchise is located in Ocean Park Shopping Center near major anchor Safeway. This rapidly growing franchise currently has 22 locations within BC and Alberta. With unique product Imported from the US and UK this franchise is completely turn –key and full training provided. This easy to run business is perfect for a couple and for those wanting to try their hand at being an entrepreneur. Asking $79,900

BEAUTIFUL TURN KEY SPA / SALON FOR SALE

Located in a busy commercial plaza in the heart of Surrey. Lots of traffic and close to public transportation, restaurants, office and retail shops. Established recently the spa and salon offers modern décor up to date equipment/furnishings. Excellent turn key operation. Asking $80,000

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Jasbir Singh Banwait

Manbir Banwait

Banwait Group 1

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

Multiple fully tenanted buildings with approx 6% Cap Rates. Asking price $5.9 Million

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565 ACRES DEVELOPMENT LAND

565 Acres Sub Dividable Into 1 Acre Lots Out Of ALR Ready To Develop. Excellent View , Very Close To Whisper Ridge Sub Division . MultiMillion Dollar homes sold out across the street. Whisper Subdivision Is All Sold out. For More Info, Asking Price $13.5 million. Call: 778-552-0305

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Over 5100 Sq. Ft, home plus 5 acres for s a l e . Ve r y c l o s e t o t h e C i t y o f Abbotsford,Abbotsford International Airport, University of Fraser Valley, Abbotsford General Hospital, five minutes to all shopping centers, easy access to highway #1, minutes to US border, 40 minutes to Simon Fraser University, 50 minutes to University of British Columbia, Half hour to Surrey and 20 minutes to Langley. Enjoy very quite and peacefull living. Appox. 4 acres planted high yielding and full production RASPBERRY. Will not last long call me right now at 778-552-0305.

8 32113 HUNTINGDON RD VACANT INDUSTRIAL 7 2.4 ACRES OF LAND NEXT TO LAND - MISSION INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ABBOTSFORD 1.31 Acre plus house well Can be developed into Possibility to rezone to Airport maintained house and any number of industrial commercial. This property is outbuildings. Close to all located in the North West uses. Excellent location corner of Queen Street and facilities, International n e a r a l l r e q u i r e d Marshall Road. 3200 sqft. Airport, hospital, schools amenities. Easy access house rented for $1500.00 per a n d s h o p p i n g . B e s t a n d v e r s a t i l e m o n t h p l u s 2 1 0 0 s q f t . Location for a new home! warehouse rented for $999,000 land/zoning. $2.99M $1500.00 per month

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PRODUCTION BLUEBERRY FARM WITH 3 RENTAL HOMES

13 26 ACRES OF FULL 2 DUPLEX LOTS FOR SALE PRODUCTION OF BLUEBERRY

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ABBOTSFORD/ LANGLEY BORDER Two 10 Acre Parcels with Perfect Building Sites with no restrictions on your home and outbuildings. Minutes to US Border, Hwy 1. 25 Minutes to South Surrey. Surrounded by estate homes

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10 ACRE BLUEBERRY FARM, 10 19.75 ACRES Of PRIME FULLY IRRIGATED, HEALTHY BLUEBERRY LAND IN DEROCHE Good production of PLANTS & FERTILE SOIL

ABBOTSFORD/ LANGLEY BORDER 20 Acre Parcel with Perfect Building Sites with no restrictions on your home and outbuildings. Minutes to US Border, Hwy 1. 25 Minutes to South Surrey. Surrounded by estate homes

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High yielding variety, 7 minutes to Mission. Nice area to build a house and the price is right. Call for more info. $999,000

150,000+ lbs it 2015. New drip irrigation installed last year. Take advantage of the low land price to increase your return on investment. $1.25M

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38 ACRES OF STRATEGICALLY LOCATED FARMLAND - ABBOTSFORD

FARM WITH 15,000+ SQFT

Auto drip irrigation system plus setup for machine pick, with a very high production. All machinery included. Very clean farm look, like Stanley park. 8 minutes to city center of Abbotsford. Build your very own dream home with an asking price of $2,750,000!

Two side by side 7500 sqft duplex lots for sale. RS4 Zoning allows to build two duplexes or you can build two large houses. Very close to university of fraser valley in abbotsford. Call for more info Asking Price only $$509,000 Each Lot

Next door to commercial development! Great holding potential and perfect to use for Agri-Business. Take advantage of the surrounding area which is rapidly growing. Property is all usable. Call us for details and to discuss your ideas!

8 bedrooms, entertainment areas, indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, and gym. Everything in this home is spacious 2 bedroom nanny quarters or suite. Blueberry farm features 3 varietiesplanted in approximately 27 acres. Mature plantings provide strong production. Open to all your proposals and ideas. Call today!

16 MULTI FAMILY SITE

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20 21.4 ACRE BLUEBERRY FARM,

Central/downtown Abbotsford location provides easy access to all facilities inc. shopping, schools, hospitals. This property has 6 parcels and has four houses rented. Up to 6 stories and 90+ Units possible. $2.9 Million

Farm in full production. Fully auto drip irrigation system in place. High yielding varieties dukes bluecrop and elliots. Seller will pay good rent for the outbuldings. Close to city of Abbotsford on a busy road. You can setup a fruit stand to sell fresh produce. Asking price only $1,899,000!

15 Acre blueberry farm all planted. Auto drip irrigation system in place. Abbotsford & C h i l l i w a c k B o r d e r. D u k e B l u e c r o p & E l l i o t s . Tw o Houses and our building. Rental income $4500/month. s e l l e r m o t i v a t e d . Tr a d e s welcome. Asking Price: $1,499,000

Corner property with excellent frontage, access, and soil. Professionally installed irrigation system. This field has excellent drainage and soil quality and plantings are in exceptional health. Home and additional home can be still be built on the property. $3.449M

Fully auto drip irrigated fi e l d . H o u s e a n d outbuildings rented for $1500.00 per month. This farm is located right on Lougheed Highway in Deroche Mission. Look at the asking price only $1.55M. Will not last long

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Great Location on F r a s e r H i g h w a y. Excellent building for steady cash flow. Fully leased building should provide $9000/month rental income!

Great Location for this 20 Acre Blueberry Farm. In production farm - ready for machine pick professionally planted and c a r e d f o r fi e l d . Va r i e t i e s include Bluecrop & Duke. Extra machine shop - 30' x 50'. No residence on the property so bring your ideas and build your custom home. $1.99M

Excellent location! Property is loc close to Costco, the Sumas Shopping area, Hwy 1, the Mission Hwy and the US B o r d e r. C e n t r a l l y l o c a t e d f o r a processing plant - city water is available. It has 2 houses with a rental income of $3500/month. There is a full production field, with 11 acres of Duke and 9 acres of Bluecrop; auto drip irrigation installed. Please call for more info

DOWNTOWN ABBOTSFORD

6000 SF Commercial Building with 6 Separate Units

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20 ACRE BLUEBERRY FARM - SUMAS PRAIRIE

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BLUEBERRY FARM FOR SALE

SHAKE & SHINGLE MILL TURN KEY OPERATION

Versatile and operating industrial land - currently utilized as a shake and shingle mill. Ideal for barge and truck access. Excellent for any heavy industrial use. Developed 5.8 acres on the waterfront. Take advantage of the operating and fully functioning business or bring your own business to this one of a kind property. VERY VERY GOOD RETURN ON YOUR INVESTMENT $9.9M

FARM - CLOSE TO HWY 1 AND CITY CENTRE

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13.34 ACRES OF FULL PRODUCTION BLUEBERRY FARM

Spectacular 5400 sqft. main house is simply breathtaking with 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms (3 ensuites, 1 with steam shower & 1 with jetted tub) gourmet maple kitchen with stainless steel appliances and butler's kitchen. Family room enjoys gas fireplace and built in entertainment unit. 12' ceiling throughout living room & dining room. l8' vaulted foyer with sparkling chandelier. Enjoy excellent revenue from blueberry crop and rental income from second house. 10 minutes from Mission. $1.849M

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DUKE & BLUE CROP - DEROCHE

Cedar Park Place Commercial Unit 2 units in busy multi tenant strip mall known a s C E D A R PA R K . Central location and excellent income. Open up your own business or lease out. One unit already rented.

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I LOVE MY OWN COMPANY: KANGANA The last few months have been tumultuous for Kangana Ranaut, but she sure knows how to move on and move up in life. Sometimes by literally climbing mountains. On her recent getaway , the actress lived it up like a Queen, albeit solo. And she proudly claims, “I love my own company .“ Talking about her trip, in the faraway exotic locales of Germany , where apparently the Obamas vacationed, too, she says, “The staff there knew who I was, and they were very attentive.“ “They offered their services, but I preferred public transport, so I would walk 10 km to the bus station and train station and take off on my own.They were surprised, but they just let me be,“ she adds. Now that she's back in Mumbai, prepping for her role in Simran, what she misses the most is hiking and going for long walks. She says, “Yes, I am a mountain girl, so I love going back to nature and into the wild. For me, hiking is more therapeutic than meditation. On my trip, I would hike for seven to eight hours. Then, take a break at lakeside cafés or even take a quick nap. I ride horses really well, so I found a village that had a huge stable.Of course, the European horses are much bigger, so on the first day, I fell off the horse.“

Ask her if she feels lonely on a solo long trip, she quickly answers, “Having people around can be a lot of fun, but from time to time, you should be on your own. There are things you need to address to yourself, which you can't do in a crowd. It is like having a oneon-one conversation with yourself to know what you are seeking and what you are missing in life. If I don't do it, I feel conflicted. Sometimes, I would sit in a café and read a book for h o u r s . People can be flawed, but a great story , and a great author is like a magician. Travelling makes me feel grateful about my existence.“

WHAT WE CANNOT SEE, DOESN'T EXIST FOR US : VIKRAM BHATT Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt is the master of horror movies in indian film industry. His latest offering '1921', which is the next installment in the 1920 franchise is in the pipeline. Vikram is all set to return to the horror genre with '1921', starring Zareen Khan. Vickram said, "1921 is a fantastic love story about people who are studying music. It has a fair leaning towards classic love story. There's an evil force as an antagonist. I haven't decided about the rest of the star cast." While female lead is set, Vickram is still on a look out for the male lead opposite Zareen Khan. "I am looking for a good looking new boy as the lead opposite Zareen." Horror has been his forte for quite long, so what is it about this genre that fascinates him? Has he ever had a brush with the supernatural? He has a shocking re-

Hunky Muscular Aamir takes our breath away! Its official! Aamir Khan is not just a perfectionist but also sets the graph for perfectionism. We had seen the physical transformation he underwent to look like Mahavir Phogat, the wrestler he plays in Dangal. To play an aging but physically stout Phogat Aamir worked hard almost

endangering his health. Now his latest avatar which is of Phogat as a young man has left us drooling. The actor look to share a still of his with the muscled up look. Aamir will be portraying two different times from the wrestler’s life.

Films on sports very necessary : Randeep

Actor Randeep Hooda, who played a mixed martial arts (MMA) artist in 'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani' and will be seen as Salman Khan's wrestling coach in 'Sultan', says films on sports are essential. "Films on sports are very necessary. It gives birth to a sporting culture, which I think, we need as a country," "Films about boxing and MMA, like 'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani' or 'Sultan', are ultimately about an all-encompassing sport. The whole thing about sports movies or boxing movies -- which is a genre in Hollywood -- is to draw the parallel of struggle within the ring in life," he added.

I HAVEN'T HEARD A MORE SINCERE LOVE SONG THAN THIS

ply to this “I have many times encountered spirits but the reason I don't talk about these things in person is because I feel the people might think that I am doing this for publicity of my films and I also feel that it belittles my experiences. Hence, I don't talk about it. What we cannot see, doesn't exist for us."

Shaan and Amaal Mallik have come together for Tum Ho Toh Lagta Hai, a romantic single produced by Bhushan Kumar. Shaan, who is considered to be one of the most romantic voices in Bollywood, is working with the young composer for the first time. He says, “As soon as Amaal played out the first line, it just blew me away and I told Bhushan that I wanted to sing this. I am known for romantic numbers and have composed, written and sung Tanha Dil, Gumsum Ho Kyun, Aksar and Tishnagi, but I haven't heard a more sincere love song than this, in a long time.“ The lyrics are by Rashmi Virag and the video, directed by Aleya Sen, features Saqib Saleem and Taapsee Pannu as well as the singer. Talking about it, Bhushan Kumar says, “Shaan has sung the song beautifully and I am confident that the audience will love it.''

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GURDWARA SAHIB KALGIDAR DARBAR, ABBOTSFORD PRESENTS

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