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Speech Fest at Beaver Creek Elementary School Surrey has become a very popular centre for the Indo-Canadian community. As a matter of fact, anywhere in the world when you mention the City of Surrey, people quickly associate the name with this thriving hub for the Indo-Canadian community. In addition to so many landmarks and milestones of our community’s success, this city is also now the centre for Punjab culture, language and identity. Speaking of Punjabi language, Surrey has now become a great model for it. This year, the Surrey School District is offering Punjabi classes seven secondary and four elementary schools. In order to showcase this, a number of schools get to-gether every year and hold competitions and related activities pertaining to Punjabi language. The latest such event took place on May 25.

The grade 7 students were: Mehneek Chahal (Newton, High Self Esteem), Navreen Khakh (Strawberry Hill, Self Confidence), Sewa Pandher (Beaver Creek, The Voice of Our Generation). All of the students made very impressive presentations. This made the job of judges-Barj Dhahan, Harnarayan Singh, Harman Kaur and Mandeep Patrola-Rai- very difficult. However, after very careful consideration they declared these students as the winners: Grade 5: Jaypreen Gill, Grade 6: Manpreet Sahota, Grade 7: Sewa Pandher. Jaskaran Deogun was declared as the overall winner by the judges.

The Speech Fest was made even more enjoyable by excellent cultural performances by students from each of the participating schools. On top of that, Hockey Night in Punjabi commentaTeachers of Punjabi from Surrey’s four tor Harnaryan Singh and Gurpreet

Sian gave a glimpse of their talents. Mandeep wowed the audience with her Bhangra skills demonstration. Surrey Newton MP Sukh Dhaliwal and MLA Harry Bains conveyed their greetings and commended the students for their speeches. On behalf of Punjabi Language Education Association (PLEA) Paul Binning, Rajinder Pandher and I had the honour of thanking and congratulating the students, teachers, parents and organizers of this wonderful event. We were glad to present Certificates of Appreciation to representatives from each of the participating schools. Student MCs Gurleen Brar and Simrat Sidhu did an excellent job both in English and Punjabi in moving things along. Overall, it was a very enjoyable event. Organizers led by Harman Pandher must be commended for doing Grade 6 was represented by these an excellent job. students: Manpreet Sahota (Newton, The Power of Words), Sahil Koshal Balwant Sanghera (Strawberry Hill, Respect), and JasPresident, Punjabi Language Education meet Sidhu (Beaver Creek, Media: Association the Good, The Bad, and The Ugly). elementary schools-Beaver Creek, Green Timbers, Newton and Strawberry Hill- conducted their in school Punjabi speech competitions and selected one student each from grades 5, 6 and 7. These students and their teachers were hosted by Beaver Creek Elementary School for Surrey School District’s 3rd Annual Punjabi Speech Fest. The Speech Fest was held in a very pleasant environment. The participants were very excited throughout. Here is a list of the participants with the name of their school and their topics: Grade 5: Sukhman Kambo (Green Timbers, The Effects of the Internet), Jaypreen Gill (Newton, Mother Tongue Punjabi), Tashveen Sekhon(Strawberry Hill, Drugs),Jaskaran Deogun(Beaver Creek, A Very Valuable Thing).

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For the Record: Acts of Terror Remind Us of the Need for Unity and Resilience By: Justin P. Goodrich, LL.M.

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rguably, every generation has a moment that defines it. A moment that, when you ask someone where they were and what they were doing, they can most likely tell you. For my parent’s generation, it would have been the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. For my grandparent’s generation, it would have been the announcement of the end of World War II. For my generation (Generation X), I would suggest that it was the events of September 11th, 2001 that have defined us. It was roughly 7:30am and I had just arrived on campus; at the time, I was attending Columbia Bible College in Abbotsford. I had arrived early as part of my usual routine, enjoying some quiet time and getting some work done. Alone in the student lounge our Dean of Students – the late George Schmidt – walked-in. I said, “good morning” to which he replied with something along the lines of… “Something awful has happened”. He turned on the TV and just moments later we watched as the second airplane struck the second tower. Over the next couple of hours, the lounge filled-up with hundreds of students as we all watched in disbelief. Some of us were silent. Some cried. Some prayed. However, despite our various reactions, one thing was for certain – at some level we all knew that things would never be the same again.

someone of the same gender, just seems so asinine that it makes my head hurt. Through that lens, as I watched the most recent attack in Manchester, my heart once again broke. Once again, a religious fanatic took the lives of innocent civilians based on a hatred rooted in bastardized religious dogma. Of course, with that came the usual religious rhetoric by the ultra-right conservatives who use every tragedy to try and create divisions and perpetuate a hate of their own. And, once again, I found myself shaking my head in disbelief that our society seems to be de-evolving. But then, something quite remarkable happened. Something that stopped me in my tracks and brought chills to my spine. As I was watching the news online an imagine appeared. The image was that of an elderly Jewish woman and a younger Muslim man. The elderly woman was in a wheel chair, and the man was kneeling next to her. He had her hand in his, and together they were praying, both with tears in their eyes. Though it was rooted in tragedy and pain, it was a beautiful moment; one that made me think to myself… perhaps, not all is lost!

Fast-forward to 2017 and suffice it to say that the unsettled feeling we all had within us that day was, sadly, accurate; the recent attack in Manchester serving as just the latest in a series of gutwrenching reminders. Indeed, my generation is – in the view of many – a generation defined by a new, global As I conclude this particular column terror threat. it is that image – or, more accurately For The Record… put, the message it sends – that I wish Though intellectually I understand the to focus on. Simply put, that image concept of hate, I have never actually was a powerful reminder for me – and understood the essence of hate. At least hopefully for others – that what unites not hate that stems from the abstract. us is, and always will be, far greater A hate based on someone’s race, than what divides us. In that spirit, let religion, gender, sexual orientation, or us continue as a global community to other such things. To hate someone walk hand-in-hand with one-another, because their skin color is different, celebrate our differences and help oneor to hate someone because they love another remain resilient so that hatred.

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nOvIN pfqÈfhI gurU qyg bhfdr (1621-1675) hwkfˆ dI rfKI leI ztx df PYslf krky gurU vwloN idwqy gey blIdfn nUM BfrqI mwDkflI jI ny afpxy ivcfrDfrk ivroDIafˆ dy hwkfˆ dI ieiqhfs ‘c invyklf sQfn hfsl hY. AunHfˆ rfKI dI hfmI BrI. ivcfrDfrk ivroDIafˆ dI vwloN iqMn sfQIafˆ BfeI mqI dfs, BfeI sqI rwiKaf leI AunHfˆ nUM afpxI kurbfnI dyxI peI. dfs aqys BfeI idaflbedfs nfl the idwlGovernment I ivwc you may aware, of India had decided in January, mnuwKI ieiqhfs aijhIafˆ keI imsflfˆ nfl nvMbr 1675 nU M idw q I geI ku r bfnI nU M isw K fˆ 2015 to discontinue PIO cards advising to convert them into OCI cards hoieaf hY ijwQy lokfˆ ny afpxy BfeIcfry, dy nfl-nfl pUrI six kOmmonths. adb qy The siqkfr nfl Biraf within deadline for conversion of the PIO cards has kO m jfˆ ivcfrDfrf leI jfnfˆ vfrIafˆ. afpxy Xfd krdI hYY. mufour gl hkU mq dy julmfˆ iKlfÌ been extended times since then. As the current last date for PIO cards conihwqfˆ qoN AuWpr AuWT ky aijhy lokfˆ ny nYiqk afvfË buinto lMd krn ÈhIdI fpq30 krn dy 2017, version OCIaqy cards endpRon June, we request all PIO kfblIaq df pRdrÈn kIqf card pr holders gurU qyg mM q v ipCly asl qy Au c y c y arQfˆ bfry ajy to immediately apply for converting their PIO jI cards into OCI cards to avoid bhfdr ny afpxy ivcfrDfrk ivro DIafˆ qwk shI aiDaYn nhIN kIqf igaf aqy nf hI inconvenience. dy hw k fˆ dI rw i Kaf leI afpxI ku r bfnI dy ky shI pirpyK qoN GoiKaf igaf hY. ipCly kuJ ijs nY i qk-rU h fnI bu l M d I nU M Co i haf, Au s dI dhfikafˆ qoN mnuwKI hwkfˆ bfry aflmI aMdolnfˆ imsfl mnu w K I ieiqhfs ‘c ikqy nhIN imldI. dy AuBfr nfl hux sfnUM mhfn gurU dI ÈhIdI ipCly AuWc mfnvI aiDkfrfˆ dy arQfˆ dI Koj ies leI gurU qyg bhfdr jI nUM mnuwKI hwkfˆ dI bRihmMzI ivcfrDfrf dy moZIafˆ ‘coN iek igixaf krn df mOkf imilaf hY. jf skdf hY. mnuwKI aiDkfrfˆ nUM do nËrIafˆ nfl dyiKaf jfˆdf hY- shfiek jfˆ kfnUMnI phuMc aqy suBfivk gurU qyg bhfdr jI dy lfimsfl blIdfn nUM dyKline idafˆ with aflmIthemnuannouncement wKI aiDkfr sMsQfvfˆ vI of the 350th phuMc. he pihlI qrHfParkash ˆ dI phuMc Parv dOrfn(Birth mnuwKI In Au n H f ˆ nU M afpxy mo Z Iafˆ ivw c o N iek df drjf dy Anniversary) of the Tenth aiDkfrfˆ nUM kuJ isafsI tIicafˆ nUM Sikh hfsl Prime Minister of India, the ConsulrhIafˆ hn. Guru, Guru Ji ate General of India, Vancouver is krn leI hiQafr vjoN Gobind vriqaf jfˆSingh df hY aqy the mnuwKI 350th Parkash of Maharaj is being celebrated by the mnuwKI hwkfˆ dI rfKI bfry crcf krdy smyˆ celebrating lMzn afDfrq aiDkfr Parv jQybMdI Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj at GurdGovernment of India in India and outiPrkUvfd Puwt pYˆdf hY. iPrkU soc pnpx df amnYstI ieMtrnYÈnl ny gurU qyg bhfdr 15255, 68 side nqIjfIndia ieh where huMdf hY Indians ik mnuwKI reside. hwkfˆ dy rKvfly wara jI dI Dukh ÈhIdI Niwaran nMU mnuwKI hwSahib, kfˆ dI mhw qqf nfl Surrey, BC on 11th June, 2017 afpxy BfeIcfry, afpxI kOm, ivcfrDfrf aqy Avenue, Aus bfry ivcfr-vtfˆdrf vI kIqf sI. While announcing the celebration joV ky10 isafsI sihXogIafˆ dy hwQ Toky bx ky rih jfˆdy from am and 12Aunoon. amnY s tI ieM trnY Ènl s smyˆ mnuwKI aiDkfrfˆ by Prime hn.the hwd Government qfˆ AudoN ho jfˆdI hYofjdoIndia, N ies soc qihq dy ivÈv-ivafpI aYlfnnfmy dI 50vIN jYaMqI this occasion, H.E. Shri Vikas Minister Narendra Modi iksy ivroDof I dyIndia mnuwKIShri aiDkfrfˆ dI AulMG xf nUM On mOky aflmIHigh mnuwKI aiDkfrfˆ dy ieiqhfs bfry Swarup, of India said, “Commemoration of the historiaxgoilaf kr idwqf jfˆdf hY jfˆ ivroDIafˆ dy iek ikqfb iqafrCommissioner krvf rhI sI. jQy b M d I vwloN Canada, will attend the celebration cal will mnuwKevents I hwkfˆ dI rfKIconnect df ivroDfuture hox lwggenerapYˆdf hY. to ies pR fjYkt dfthe Audsangat yÈ hryk sdI ‘c mnuwKI hwkfˆ address (devotees). tions with our roots. Those who forget and dy alM b rdfrfˆ dI pCfx krnf sI. ies ikqfb ies dy can Aultnever suBfivk phuMc qihq Only mnuwKI history create history. df isrly K ‘id lO N g mfrc tU PrIzm` sI aqy The Consulate of India in Vancouver aiDkfrfˆ ibnfˆ iksy BydBfv dy kdr kIqI those candIcreate history who are conies ‘c 17vIN sdI dy pM j Au W G y mnu w K I aiDkfrfˆ cordially invites all to participate in jfˆdI hY.with Auh the Bfvyˆ historical afpxy hox roots”. jfˆ ivroDI Kymy nected dy rfiKafˆ ‘c gu r U qy g bhfdr jI df nfm vI the celebrations. dy. ies soc dI dlIl hY ik mnuwK hox dy nfqy Èfml hY . bfkI cfrfˆ ‘c jO h n illbrn (1617sfry iensfn ivÈyÈ hwkfˆ dy hwkdfr hn. ieh phuMc mnuwKI hwkfˆ dI srv ivafpkqf dI Dfrnf 57), jOhn lOk (1632-1704), ivlIam pYWn nUM jnm idMdI hY, ijs qihq nsl, Drm, kOm, (1644-1718) aqy voltyar (1694-1778) ilMg jfˆ ivcfrDfrf df koeI sQfn nhIN huMdf. 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Future Science Leaders heads to Abbotsford (Abbotsford) - The Abbotsford School District and Science World British Columbia are very excited to announce that the Future Science Leaders program is coming to Abbotsford, in January 2018.

an expert in that field, who is from a local university. The program is then scaled up in year 2 and year 3, to allow students to narrow their area of focus and apply their skill sets to real world challenges.

Future Science Leaders is an engaging, after-school science program for top high school students who are passionate about science and STEM subjects. Currently, this program is offered at TELUS World of Science and the distance from Abbotsford to Vancouver makes it difficult for Abbotsford students to take advantage of such a great opportunity.

“The Abbotsford Board of Education is excited to offer this opportunity to our students,” noted Shirley Wilson, Board Chair. “Providing schools throughout our district access to this specialized program speaks to the vision of our district - providing a world-class, innovative and individualized educational experience for every student.”

The expansion to Abbotsford is an exciting first step, as the Science World team tests ways of growing this successful youth development program. In the first year of the program, students complete multi-week themes of chemistry, physics, biology, earth and space, and math and technology. Each theme is led by

“There is a growing deficit of qualified people to fill STEM jobs in BC,” said Dr Scott Sampson, President and CEO of Science World. “We are pleased to be working with the Abbotsford School District to make the Future Science Leaders program more accessible to students. This program will help students further develop the talent, drive and discipline needed to excel in STEM careers.”

Science World leads the delivery of the program and provides a unique opportunity for motivated science students to develop a powerful peer network, while pursuing their interests in science. Program graduates have gone on to win top prizes in regional and international science fairs, as well as entrance scholarships to Ivy League schools. “The Abbotsford School District is known for its high level sports academies and this program is modeled after that. We want students to be able to pursue a passion in science, much like they can pursue their passion in sports,” said David de Wit, Principal at Rick Hansen Secondary School of Science and Business. The program will be hosted at Rick Hansen Secondary, but will be open for applications from all secondary students across Abbotsford.

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he Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at A cheque of $25,000 was presented to Canada presents $25,000 cheque her for the Shuswap Hospital Foundato Mayor of Salmon Arm for tion. Advancement of Mr. Lal Khan Malik, National PresiShuswap Lake General Hospital dent of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at Hundreds gathered on May 21, 2017 in Canada, said “Islam teaches us that we must strive for the betterment of Salmon Arm, British Columbia to athumanity and vie with one another tend the annual “Run for Salmon Arm” in good works. Through its various organized by the Ahmadiyya Elders charity events throughout the country, Association, an auxiliary organization including here in Salmon Arm, the of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at Canada Canada. More than 500 people partici- is committed to raising funds for hospated in the charity walk, jog and run pitals and other various community to raise funds for the Shuswap Hospital initiatives. Foundation. The run attracted more than 500 people Her worship Nancy Cooper, Mayor of from various parts of Canada, from Salmon Arm, welcomed community Toronto to British Columbia, to raise members and expressed her gratitude to funds for the Shuswap Lake General the Ahmadiyya Elders Association for Hospital. Full details can be found at organizing this humanitarian initiative. www.runforsalmonarm.ca

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kIqy jfx dy bfvjUd ijnHfˆ pRoivMsfˆ qy tYrytrIË ny EvrzoË nfl hox vflIafˆ mOqfˆ bfry koeI jfxkfrI sfˆJI nhIN kIqI Aus qoN Auh kfPI pryÈfn hY. iPlpOt dy pRYWs skwqr aYˆzirAU mYkYˆzirwk ny vIrvfr nUM jfrI kIqy ibafn ivwc mMqrI dy pwK AuWqy afiKaf ik kYnyzf ivwc ies smyˆ asIN kOmI pbilk hYlQ sMkt ivwc Psy hoey hfˆ. AunHfˆ afiKaf ik mMqrI iPlpOt ies sMkt nfl nijwTx leI jo sMBv koiÈÈ hY krn leI iqafr hY. pr Auh ies leI dyÈ Br ivwc srkfr dy hr pwDr nfl rl ky kMm krnf cfhuMdy hn. rObrtsn ny ieh vI afiKaf ik zftf iewkTf krn dy nfˆ AuWqy kuwJ pRoivMs hwQ ipwCy iKwc rhy hn pr jfxkfrI hfsl krn leI PYzrl srkfr nUM iewk sfˆJf POrmYt qfˆ apnfAuxf hI hovygf.

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Abbotsford Exhibition Park June 30, 6-9pm and July 1, 11am-10:30pm A birthday this big deserves a whole weekend celebration! See amazing local talent on June 30, featuring Abbotsford Youth Orchestra, Pacific Mennonite Children’s Choir, Valley Festival Singers, Sionnaine Irish Dance Academy, Skipping Sensations, Circus Performers, May Day Choir and Korean Drummers. Fraser Valley Food Trucks will be on site.

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The Reach Gallery Museum Twisters Gymnastics Abbotsford/Mission Recycling 4Cats Art Studio Fraserway RV Skipping Sensations

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District budget maintains priorities as it prepares for 17-18

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Agreement language. We anticipate a few challenges in the months ahead, but our focus will be on creating and maintaining a progressive workforce moving forward. We anticipate that the newly created Classroom Enhancement Fund (CEF) will cover many of the costs associated with adapting to the staffing and capacity requirements The Board remains committed to related to these changes.” funding key initiatives from its strategic plan, including continued focus The district is preparing for a few on Strong Starts, along with projects emerging issues that may pose addiat Rick Hansen Secondary School, tional challenges as the year progressExplozone, the expansion of Learning es, including the management of facilCommons and Science World’s Future ity pressures arising from increasing Science Leaders - a new program for enrolments; staffing changes/shortages secondary students. related to the restored 2002 Collective Agreement provisions on class size and “We are committed to maintaining the composition; technology costs related focus on our strategic initiatives for to improved data protection and secuthe coming year and to provide new rity; and increased administrative costs and exciting opportunities for our stufor the management and oversight of dents,” said Shirley Wilson, Chair for 2002 Collective Agreement provisions. the Abbotsford Board of Education. “But, we also recognize that we are The final 2017-18 Budget was apfacing a difficult reality in our district proved by the Board of Education at as we restore the 2002 Local Collective the May 30th Board meeting. $215 million budget for the 2017-18 year has been passed by the Abbotsford Board of Education, as the district prepares for another school year. Student enrolment will grow by approximately 140 students to over 19,800 students in the coming year.

SFU EXPERTS PROPOSE TRANSITION TO LOW-CARBON ENERGY ECONOMY A new report co-authored by 71 university researchers from all 10 provinces indicates that decreased demand for fossil fuels over the coming decades could significantly reduce inward investment in the oil and gas sector, making the industry a less attractive and riskier business. The scholars recommend that Canada makes the shift from being an oil producing country to becoming a low carbon energy leader.

Sylvester, Director of Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue and contributor to the report. “This report reflects the collective minds of 71 scientists and scholars and their best advice on how Canada can chart its path towards a cleaner low-carbon future.” SFU experts can speak to the following topics:

• How Canada can transition to low-carbon energy systems while The independent paper—that several remaining globally competitive. Simon Fraser University professors contributed to—was developed to • How science and research can examine how Canada could transition inform public policy and debate on to low-carbon energy systems while transitioning to a low-carbon economy. remaining globally competitive. ReOpportunities for affordable Energizing Canada: Pathways to a • energy, innovative jobs, and job creLow-Carbon Future, provides indepenation. dent academic input to Generation Energy, a national dialogue on Canada’s Contact: path to a low-carbon future launched by Natural Resources Canada on April Shauna Sylvester, Director, Centre for Dialogue, 778.782.9579, smsyles@ 21, 2017. sfu.ca “The world is undergoing the most important energy transition since the Meg Holden, Professor, Urban Studindustrial revolution,” says Shauna ies and Geography, 604.839.9794, mholden@sfu.ca

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Kirsten Brazier, Nadine Caron, under new Andy Sidhu, and Tamara Taggart to management receive honorary degrees from UFV

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our exemplary citizens will receive honorary doctorates at the University of the Fraser Valley Convocation ceremonies, to be held June 6 and 7 at the Abbotsford Centre. They include Kirsten Brazier, an aviation professional and mentor of young women in science and technology; Dr. Nadine Caron, Canada’s first female First Nations surgeon and an advocate for northern, remote, and Aboriginal communities; Andy Sidhu, the founder and publisher of The Patrika, Abbotsford’s English-Punjabi bilingual newspaper; and Tamara Taggart, co-anchor of CTV Vancouver’s News at Six and advocate for people with disabilities.

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Nadine Caron Dr. Nadine Caron is Canada’s first female First Nations general surgeon. She is internationally renowned for her advocacy work addressing the disparities of rural, remote, northern, and Aboriginal communities. Reaching extraordinary success since her university days as a star student and basketball player, Caron was the first female First Nations student to graduate from UBC’s School of Medicine (as the top


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student) and was named one of Maclean’s 100 Canadians to Watch. While completing her surgical residency, she achieved her Master of Public Health at Harvard. Today she continues to distinguish herself as an outstanding surgeon, researcher, mentor, educator, patient advocate, and community leader. She is a faculty member in the Northern Medicine program at the University of Northern BC, an associate faculty member at John Hopkins Centre for American Indian Health, and an assistant professor with UBC’s Faculty of Medicine. Through role-modeling and public speaking, she encourages First Nations youth to share her love of learning and further their education. Caron will receive her doctorate at the 2:30 pm ceremony on June 7. Andy Sidhu When Andy Sidhu emigrated from Malaysia to Canada in 1974, and started working at a dairy farm, he didn’t imagine a future in publishing. He joined the Canada Farm Labour Pool as a bookkeeper, utilizing his accounting background, and was promoted to management roles. His ability to speak fluent English and Punjabi made him well-known in the community, and he soon became an interpreter and cultural relations advisor for various organizations, including the local police department, UFV, and Canadian Immigration Services. In 1996 he founded and became publisher of The Patrika, Abbotsford’s only bilingual newspaper (English-Punjabi). Through his newspaper and his volunteer service, he has built bridges and has become a multi-award–winning champion of multiculturalism. Sidhu will receive his doctorate at the 2:30 pm ceremony on June 6. Tamara Taggart Well known as the co-anchor of CTV News at Six, Tamara Taggart is a veteran broadcaster, third-generation Va n c o u v e r i t e , cancer survivor, and mother of three who has been with CTV Vancouver in various roles since 1997. Recognized for her commitment to the community beyond her work in broadcasting, Taggart was appointed to the Order of British Columbia in 2015 for her volunteer work supporting health care and the well-being of children and people with disabilities. Among the numerous organizations she is involved with, Taggart is a strong supporter of the Developmental Disabilities Association and the BC Centre for Ability. Her son Beckett has Down Syndrome, and Taggart’s TEDx Talk has helped reframe the conversation with parents of special needs children. She is the recipient of many broadcasting awards. Taggart will receive her doctorate at the 9:30 am ceremony on June 7. The public is welcome to attend all UFV convocation ceremonies. PAGE 21


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FRASER HEALTH RECEIVES HEALTH CANADA APPROVAL TO OPEN SUPERVISED CONSUMPTION SERVICES IN SURREY

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The two sites are scheduled to open in June following the completion of renovations and staff training. Services at the site will include the supervision of injection drugs and Fraser Health is also seeking Health Canada approval for intra-nasal and oral substances, which will be a first in Canada. Fraser Health will integrate both sites into existing health services: one at Quibble Creek Sobering and Assessment Centre, and another on 135A Street operated in partnership with Lookout Emergency Aid Society, adjacent to Health Solutions (the SHOP Clinic) and Front Room Drop-in.

“We carefully selected both sites based on data analysis that indicated these areas have the highest rate of overdose deaths in the region,” said Fraser Health Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Victoria Lee. “Supervised consumption services are one component of our overdose strategy that will support people in areas that have a disproportionate number of overdoses, and today’s exemption from Health Canada will allow us to take a significant step forward in engaging with this population.” Quibble Creek will provide supervised consumption services to clients of the centre between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., seven days a week. The location on 135A Street and will be operated in partnership with Lookout Emergency Aid Society. Supervised consumption services will be provided daily from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m., based on data analysis which showed the greatest opportunity for impact. Over the past several months, Fraser Health engaged in an extensive consultation process which has included oneon-one meetings with key stakeholders, two public information sessions, a web-based survey, and interviews with people who use drugs. The site on 135A will be called SafePoint – the result of consultation with the people who are most likely to access services there.

WVB: Local recruits bring championship pedigree to Cascades level – combined, they have been part of five medal-winning teams at the B.C. high school championships, and have also had some outstanding accomplishments in both club and beach The quartet of newcomers includes volleyball. setter Olivia Heinen (Langley, B.C.), Cascades head coach Mike Gilray middle Lauren Poirier (Port Coquitlam, termed it “an outstanding class across B.C.), libero Karissa Marazzi (Ab- the board.” botsford, B.C.) and right side Alexis Edwards (Abbotsford). Each player “I’m really excited,” he said. “They’re has played a pivotal role in tremen- going to push our veteran players at a dous team successes at the high school variety of positions. The University of the Fraser Valley women’s volleyball program has signed four local high school recruits, infusing its roster with talent and depth heading into the 2017-18 season.

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· 5bdrm · 4 bath · Lot: 7,500 sqft · House size: 2,986 sqft · 1 bdrm basement suite

MISSION Well established convenience grocery store for sale! 1 bdrm living accommodation & a separate 3 bdrm rental home. Corner property w/ lots of parking. Great potential to re-develop.

· 5 bdrm · 3 bath · Lot: 5,447 sqft · House size: 2,033 sqft · 2 bdrm Basement Suite

2960 Bergman St

$2,375,000

PLA for 5 lot subdivision · Lot: 34,000 sqft · House size: 3,200 sqft · 6 bdrm , 3 bath · Wide driveway. Up to 8 cars

HARRISON MILLS 1193 Kilby Rd 25.7 Acres Blueberry Farm in

NEW LISTING $1,999,888

Harrison Mills. Possible to subdivide into two parcels (verify with city hall) 17 Acres DUKE. 7 Acres REKA. 1.5 Acres ELLIOT Machinery can be included

ABBOTSFORD · Completely renovated home! · 6 bdrm · 3 bath · Lot: 7,070 sqft · House Size: 2,400 sqft

2115 Beaver St

ABBOTSFORD · Build your dream home or subdivide with the neighbouring property. · Central Location · Close to shopping, recreation centre and ameneties

33436 George Ferguson Way

ABBOTSFORD

32634 Cowichan Ter

· Split level home · 4 bdrm 3 bath · Lot: 6,000 sqft · House size: 1,983 sqft

$645,000

ABBOTSFORD

31475 Cougar Court · 7 bdrm

$1,174,888

32019 Noble Ave · 3 bdrm · 2 bath · Lot: 5,900 sqft · House size: 1,305 sqft · 1 bdrm Basement Suite $614,888

3410 Shuswap Te · 4 level split · 4 bdrm, 3 bath · Lot: 6,167sqft · House size: 2,760 sqft · Close to all three schools

MISSION · 3 bdrm · 1 bath · Lot: 11,760 sqft · House size: 2,180 sqft · 1 bdrm Basement Suite

7668 Hurd St

· 6 bath · Lot: 8,102 sqft · House size: 4,792 sqft · 2 bdrm Basement Suite

31309 Wagner Dr · 8 bdrm · 6 bath · Lot: 6,975 sqft · House size: 4,529 sqft ACCEPTED OFFER · 2 bdrm Basement Suite

1907 Knox Terrace

· 7 bdrm · 5 bath · Lot: 9,160 sqft · House size: 4,618 sqft

ABBOTSFORD

32511 Oriole Crst · 3 bdrm, 1 bath

· Lot: 6,000 sqft · House size: 1,470 sqft · Tons of parking for RV, boats and toys! · Brand new cabinets


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New Listing - West Abbotsford Condo Mt. Waddington - West Abbotsford

D L O S

SOLD

Lot in Mission - 3 storey home plan is ready. Close to all amenities. Asking #339,900. For more info please call Kuldip Sall

YOUR NEW HOME SEARCH STOPS HERE! 7805 sqft lot has 4 bedroom 2 bathrooms, 2034 sqft, rancher with full basement and very cool loft would be perfect for first time home purchaser. Incredible holding property for future development. For more information please call Kuldip Sall.

WEST ABBOTSFORD

ASSIGNMENT - Central Abbotsford Location!!! Home in popular Fairfield Estates. Recently renovated, SS appliances, RV parking and a private backyard perfect for entertaining.

Subdividable Lot 10,240 sqft lot, 7 bedroom, 3 full bath, Open concept throughout, kitchen, dining, living rm and sunroom with roman columns. French traditional kitchen, large sunroom with windows and more windows to take in the panoramic mountain view. Please call for more information.

LEASED

Approximate 2000 sqft. Commercial space for lease. Good for convenience store, grocery store, s hop & lots of other businesses. Good exposure & lots of parking. Please call for more info.

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$578,888

$274,888 This lovely, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom corner unit is nicely updated with newer kitchen cabinets and countertops, paint, flooring, lighting and bathroom vanity. Indoor swimming pool, hot tub and sauna.

WEST ABBOTSFORD - SFW

D L O S

1486 sqft plus 439 sqft Solarium/deck, Brand New 2 bdrm & Fex/den, 2 full bath, Granite counter top. Close to all amenities.

2568 sqft house on 9450 sqft with 5 bedroom house and 3 bath with LEGAL SUITE, New roof, New water tank, New kitchen, 2 bedroom Legal suite rented for $800/month. Close to hospital, park, shopping, easy access to Freeway. Please call for your personal viewing.

SOLD LISTINGS!

D L O S $649,900

DEERTRAIL WEST ABBOTSFORD

5 bdrm, 19'9x12' Rec room, 3 full bath, bsmt entry 2500 sqft home on 6000 sqft lot with LEGAL SUITE, New roof/Water tank, SS appliances. Close to both l ev el s cho o ls/s ho pp i ng c en ter, ea sy ac ce ss to freeway.

D L O S NEW LISTING!

D L O S D L O S

WEST ABBOTSFORD

D L O $619,900 S ABBOTSFORD

MISSION 4 bdrm, 3 full bath, fully renovated home, New kitchen,New bathrooms, New doors/windows, New driveway, New furnace, New flooring, New appliances, list goes on & on. Close to schools,For more info please call.

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Sukh Malhi 604.832.6034 iksy vI qrHF dI pRfprtI KRIdx jF vycx leI suwK mwlI nflL sMprk kro

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

2306 Alexander Cres

34212 Larch Street

RealtorSukh@hotmail.com Office 604.855.0800 NEW LISTING NEW LISTING

PIZZA BUSINESS FOR SALE $350,000

$698,800 DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL! Currently zoned RS3 with urban 3 infill designation. Lots of potential development options on this huge 13,096 sqft lot. The home itself has had many updates over the years. Newer roof & skylight, hot water tank, 2" blinds, fridge & dishwasher. The main floor has an open concept design, and a bright, atrium style living room.The oversized yard is private, fully fenced and has a huge 34x18 wood sundeck. There are a few outbuildings including a wired 15x14 shop, 20x14 garage and 9x12 greenhouse. There is plenty of parking out front for all your toys as well!

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

35386 Wells Gray

3330 Harvest Dr

Home sweet home! This lovely family home is located just a block from Mission's Heritage Park and offers 4 upstairs bedrooms, 2 baths, a traditional layout, big picture windows for loads of natural light, spacious rooms, lots of storage, a potential for an in-law suite, a workshop, a brand new (huge!) 3095 MCCRAE ST.

SOLD 5 31235 UPPER MACLURE RD.

SOLD 7955 HURD STREET

SOLD $595,900 This lovely two story home, backing onto a Green belt, in one of Abbotsford's most desirable, family oriented neighbourhoods is now available. Owned since 2000, the home owners are downsizing into a smaller condo, as the kids have moved on. Leaving this home ready for the next family to enjoy and create memories in. This home features a new roof in 2012, New Sears thermo.

$569,900

$729,000 Beautifully updated 5 bdrm (+ den) rancher with fully finished bsmt in superb East Abby location. Larch Park is only steps away, or stay in your south facing backyard oasis relaxing in your own heated pool! 3 updated baths (incl 3 pc ensuite), 2 new kitchens, new top of the line Trane furnace and air conditioning, vinyl plank flooring downstairs, new siding, gutters, garage door and all exterior doors. Vinyl windows up and down, and roof is approx 10 years old. Attic insulation added to R40 rating. Bsmt is plumbed for 2nd laundry, perfect for that large family! Main floor has gorgeous engineered hardwood, a living room with built in surround sound, and a kitchen with a farmhouse sink, quartz counters and stainless steel appliances.

$799,000 "The Highlands" Beautiful home in East Abbotsford. 2 storey home with basement. Main floor has living room with Gas Fireplace, Hardwood floors throughout, gorgous Kitchen with granite counter tops, Gas Stove, Stainless Appliances, heated slate tile floors, den/office by front entrance. Upstairs with 4 bedrooms, laundry room upstairs with sink,

33678 7th Ave

2331 MERLOT BOULEVARD

SOLD

31028 SOUTHERN DR.

SOLD 2125 RIDGEWAY ST.

SOLD 31852 GABRIOLA COURT

SOLD 3095 MCCRAE St.

SOLD

2287 OTTER ST.

SOLD 31860 HILLCREST AVE.

SOLD 10-31235 UPPER MACLURE RD

SOLD

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3515 OLD CLAYBURN RD

SOLD

Contact me for subdivideable properties 30849 CARDINAL AVE.

SOLD #6 - 30748 CARDINAL AVE

SOLD 3311 SPARROW DR

SOLD

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JASBINDER (JESSE) GILL

604-615-4235

Director, Marketing & New Business Development

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the principal of their child’s respective school immediately and let him/her know that you are enrolling your child in the Punjabi classes beginning in grade five in September, 2017. They should act fast. If not done so immediately, it may be too late. It is likely that if the enrollment numbers for grade 5 at both of these schools don’t improve the classes may be cancelled. That will be a major setback not only to PLEA but also to all of the well-wishers of Punjabi.

Furthermore, I would like to urge our community and the parents at all of the Surrey public schools to encourage their children to register for Punjabi in their schools both at the elementary and secondary levels. Finally, I would like to request every well-wisher of Punjabi to It has been brought to PLEA’s attention act as the goodwill ambassadors for our that enrollment figures for the grade 5 mother tongue. classes scheduled for September, 2017 are fairly low in two elementary schools- Now is the time to make sure that we Beaver Creek and Strawberry Hill. It is make every effort to ensure that rather a major concern to PLEA. It takes a lot than losing any classes under way in our of time, energy and effort by many to public schools in Surrey, we add more get any Punjabi classes under way in our to this list. It is a challenge that we must schools. PLEA has waged a struggle over meet head on. For further information the past 23 years to reach at this point. As please feel free to contact me at 604-836such, a development like this is a cause 8976 or Sadhu Binning at 778-773-1886. for concern. On behalf of PLEA I would Thank you. like to appeal to all of the well-wishers Sincerely, of Punjabi in general and the parents of grade 4 students at both of these schools Balwant Sanghera to ensure that there are enough students Punjabi Language Education enrolled for these classes. The parents of Association grade four students at Beave Creek and Strawberry Hill schools should contact


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Auwqr pRdyÈ dy muwK mMqrI XogI aidwiqafnfQ nUM imlx phuMcy iewk iswK nUM surwiKaf krmIafˆ ny rok ky dsqfr qy ikrpfn Auqfrn leI ikhf. iswK ny jdoˆ aijhf krn qoˆ ienkfr kIqf qfˆ surwiKaf dsqy ny Aus nUM aMdr jfx qoˆ rok idwqf. XogI Èuwkrvfr nUM gorK nfQ mMdr gey sn ijwQy AunHfˆ mMdr ivwc pfT pUjf kr rhy lokfˆ df hfl cfl puwiCaf aqy bfad ivwc jnqf drbfr lfieaf.jnqf drbfr dOrfn DrmÈflf bfËfr dy rihx vfly qyjpfl isMG muwK mMqrI nUMˆ imlx phuMcy, pr surwiKaf krmIaf ny qlfÈI lYx ihwq qyjpfl isMG nUM rok ilaf qy ikrpfn Auqfrn nUM ikhf . qyjpfl isMG ny ikhf ik Auh ÈurU qoˆ hI XogI nUM imlx afAuˆdy rhy hn pr pihlfˆ aijhf kdy nhI kIqf igaf. Aunfˆ dwisaf, “1984 dI iswK nslkuÈI qoˆ bfad XUpI ivwc aijhI Gtnf Èfied pihlI vfr vfprI hY jdoˆ iksy srdfr nUM dsqfr Auqfr ky qlfÈI krvfAux leI ikhf igaf hovy. Bfrq ivwc aijhf hoxf mMdBfgf hY qy gorKnfQ mMdr pirsr ivwc aijhf ivvhfr hoxf myry leI kfPI apmfnjnk sI”.

hux Gr-Gr imlygf 10 rupey `c Kfxf

sfzI rsoeI nUM lokfˆ dy iml rhy Brvyˆ huMgfry qoˆ bfad hux pRÈfsn vwlo PUz vYn dI ÈurUafq kIqI geI hY. ies vYn rfhIˆ lokfˆ nUM ssqf Kfxf Gr-Gr phuMcfieaf jfvygf. ds rupey ivwc Kfxf muhweIaf krvfAux dI muihMm luiDafxf iËlHf pRÈfsn ny ipCly mhIny ÈurU kIqI sI. luiDafxf nfrQ qoˆ kfˆgrsI ivDfiek rfkyÈ pfˆzy ny ies PUz vYn nUM hrI 28 meI nUM 82 sfl dI Aumr ivwc dunIaf nUM alivdf kih gey pMjfb dy sfbkf JMzI idKf ky rvfnf kIqf hY . zIjIpI kypIaYs igwl df aYqvfr idwlI dy loDI roz ÈmÈfn Gft ivwc srkfrI snmfnfˆ rfxf gurjIq isMG dy `nOkr` rfqo-rfq nfl sskfr kiqf igaf. ies mOky pMjfb puils ,idwlI puils qy sIafrpIaYP ny igwl bxy kroVpqI Tykydfr dI imRqk dyh nUM gfrz afP afnr nfl snmfn idwqf. Èupr kOp vjoˆ jfxy jfˆdy sfbkf zIjIpI dy sskfr mOky pirvfrk mYˆbrfˆ qoˆ ielfvf vwzI igxqI ivwc lok ÈrDfˆjlI dyx pMjfb ivwc hoeIaf ryqf bËrI dIafˆ Kwzfˆ dI bolI ivwc pMjfb srkfr dy mMqrI df phuMcy, pr isafsqdfnfˆ df nf phuMcxf Kfs crcf df ivÈf irhf. sskfr ivwc Èfml `gorKDMdf` sfhmxy afieaf hY. pMjfb dy ibjlI qy isMcfeI mMqrI rfxf gurjIq ny afpxy hox leI puils ivBfg dy aPsr qy hor lok vwK vwK sUibafˆ qoˆ phuMcy, pr isafsI lokfˆ iqMn krmcfrIafˆ nUM rfqo rfq kroVpqI bxf idwqf. mIzIaf irport muqfbk rfxf gurjIq ivwcoˆ isrP minMdrjIq isMG ibwtf hI Kfs ichrf sn . df rsoeIaf awj rfj dI sB qoˆ mihMgI ryqy qy bjrI dI Kwz df mflk hY . Èuwkrvfr

ibwty nUM Cwz ky kypIaYs igwl dy sMskfr `qy koeI vI isafsI lIzr nf puwjf

kbwzI iKzfrI imMdI vwloˆ mihlf df Pysbuwk `qy lfeIv mrzr

iewk nOjvfn ny iklHf rfeypur ivwc iewk mihlf df kql kr ky Aus df vIzIE soÈl mIzIaf Auwqy vfierl kr idwqf. nOjvfn ny pihlfˆ mihlf df kql kIqf qy iPr Pysbuwk Auwqy afpxy jurm nUM kbUl vI kIqf. kql krn vfly nOjvfn ny afpxf nfˆ minMdr isMG imMdI dwisaf. Auh kbwzI df iKzfrI hY . imRqk mihlf dI pCfx srbjIq kOr vjoˆ hoeI hY.

guru ngrI phuMcy kyjrIvfl

nUM Kwzf dI hoeI inlfmI ivwc Aus ny nvfˆ Èihr dy sYdpur Kurd dI Kwz 26[51 kroV rupey ivwc leI. ies dOrfn Aus ny 32 vwzy bMidaf nUM pCfiVaf. rfxf gurjIq isMG dI mflkI vflI rfxf ÈUgr imwlË dy Gwto Gwt iqMn hor mulfËmfˆ ny 19 qy 20 meI nUM ryyqy qy bjrI dIafˆ 89 Kwzfˆ dI hoeI inlfmI ivwc sPlqf hfsl kIqI. ies qrHfˆ rfxf ÈUgrj dy iewk hor mulfËm ny nvfˆÈihr dI mihdIpur Kwz 9[21 kroV rupey ivwc KrIdI. ies qoˆ ielfvf rfxf ÈUgrj dy iewk hor mulfËm ny 10[58 kroV rupey ivwc ipMz bYrsfl dI Kwz imlI . ies pUry mfmly `qy jdoˆ pwqrkfrfˆ ny rfxf gurjIq nfl gwl kIqI qfˆ AunHfˆ ny sfrI gwl nUM isry qoˆ nkfridafˆ afpxy krmcfrIafˆ nUM hI pCfxn qoˆ nfˆh kr idwqI. rfxf gurjIq ny ikhf ik pihlfˆ kdy Auh myry krmcfrI sn pr hux Auh myry imwqr zf, rMDfvf dy mulfËm hn . AuDr, afm afdmI pfrtI dy ivDfeik suKpfl isMG Kihrf ny rfxf gurjIq dy asqIPy dI mMg kIqI hY.

idwlI dy muwK mMqrI qy afm afdmI pfrtI suprImo arivMd kyjrIvfl gurU ngr aMimRqsr phuMcy hn. Auh sB qoˆ pihlfˆ sRI hirmMdr sfihb nqmsqk hoey. afm afdmI pfrtI dy lIzrfˆ ny dwisaf ik kyjrIvfl ny aMimRqsr atfrI roz qy iewk irsort ivwc pfrtI srkfr bnx dy ZfeI mhInyy bfad vI pUry nhIˆ hoey vrkrfˆ leI rwKy gey Kfs smfgm ivwc iÈrkq kIqI. Auh sfrf idn pMjfb ivwc rhy. kYptn dy cox vfady arivMd kyjrIvfl pMjfb ivDfn sBf coxfˆ qoˆ bfad pihlI vfr pMjfb afey hn. kyjrIvfl ny ijwQy pMjfb ivDfn sBf coxfˆ `c AunHfˆ dI pfrtI nUM imly smrQn leI pMjfb dy lIzrfˆ ivDfn sBf cox qoˆ TIk pihlfˆ kfˆgrs vwloˆ pMjfb dI jnqf nfl kIqy gey aihm vfaidaf df DMnvfd kIqf,AuwQy hI keI sItfˆ hfr cuwkI afm afdmI pfrtI dy lIzrfˆ nfl hfr dy ivwcoˆ iek vfadf vI ajy qwk vPf nhIˆ ho sikaf, ijs ivwc muwK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG vwloˆ rfj dI jnqf nUM srkfrI rfÈn izpUaf `qy ssqI aftf-dfl Xojnf dy nfl kfrnfˆ bfry vI ivcfr crcf kIqI. nfl swqf ivc afAux `qy grIb pirvfrfˆ nUM izpUafˆ rfhIˆ ssqy rytfˆ `qy KMz, iGE qy hux modI dy mMqrI `qy juwqf atYk cfh pwqI dyx df supnf idKfieaf hY . hux iswDy Èbdfˆ ivwc ikhf jfvy qfˆ grIbfˆ dy gujrfq dy Bfvngr iËly ivwc iewk pftIdfr ivdrohI ny kyˆdrI mMqrI mnsuK mfˆzvIaf cuwilafˆ qoˆ kYptn srkfr dI cInI,iGE qy cfh pwqI dy Aubfly dI KuÈbU ajy qwk nhIˆ `qy juwqf suwt idwqf. hflfˆik juwqf mMqrI nUM nhIˆ vwijaf pr mOky qy mOjUd puils ny juwqf AuwTI hY . Kbr hY ik kYptn srkfr krIb ñú sflfˆ qoˆ rfj Br ivc nIly kfrzfˆ `qy suwtx vfly BfvyÈ nUM qqkfl ihrfsq ivwc lY ilaf hY . jfxkfrI muqfbk hfridk ptyl ÈRomxI akflI dl dy sfbfk muwK mMqrI pRkfÈ isMG bfdl qy ivBfg dy mMqrI afdyÈ dI agvfeI vflI pftIdfr anfmq aMdoln pfrtI dy 20 sflf mYˆbr BfvyÈ ny Bfvngr pRqfp isMG kYroˆ dI Poto htfAux dy mUz ivwc hY . iËlyH dy vwlBIpur ngr ivwc iewk pRogrfm dOrfn kyˆdrI mMqrI mnsuK mfˆzvIaf qy juwqf hymkuMt jfx vflI sMgq leI KuwilHaf pihlf eytIaYm suwt idwqf . BfvyÈ nUM nOjvfnfˆ leI kuJ nf krn nUM lY ky srkfr nfl nrfËgI sI . hymkuMt sfihb dI Xfqrf dOrfn sMgq leI ies vfr iewk Kfs shulq eytIaYm dI vI pMjfb ivwc pMcfieqI coxfˆ mulqvI ÈurU kr idwqI hY . ies qihq hymkuMt sfihb dy nËdIkI pVfa ivwc afAuˆdy gurduafrf pMjfb ivwc pMcfˆ-srpMcfˆ dIafˆ KflI sItfˆ leI 11 jUn nUM hox vflI iËmnI cox mulqvI goibMd Gft ivKy pMjfb nYÈnl bYˆk vwloˆ eytIaYm KoilHaf igaf hY. eytIaYm KUwlHx nfl kr idwqI geI hy. rfj dy cox kimÈnr jgpfl isMG sMDu ny iÜKqI pwqr rfhI pMcfieq sMgq nUM ngdI sbMDI afAuˆdI pRyÈfnI kfPI hwd qwk dUr hovygI. ies dy nfl gurduafrf ivBfg dy aiDkfrIafˆ nUM ies bfry sUicq kr idwqf hY. pMcfieq coxfˆ jUn ivwc bjt sYÈn goibMdDfm ivKy bIaYsaYnaYÜ df tfvr vI lfieaf jf irhf hY. ies nfl sMgq hËfrfˆ ik[mI dI AuwcfeI `qy vI mobfiel syvf nfl juV skygI . dy mwdynjr mulqvI kIqIaf geIafˆ sn . PAGE 34


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kYnyzf dI 150vIN vrHy gMZ mOky dsmysL pMjfbI skUl dy PfAUNzr ipRMsIpl, zf: dlIp isMG igwl nUM Xfd kridaF… sfAU Q ey s L I an BfeIcfry ny kY n y z f dy ieiqhfs ivwc bhuq Xogdfn pfieaf hY. bfbf guridwq isMG kfmf-gftf mfrU dI asPl koisLsL qoN bfad jd BfrqI 20vIN sdI dy awD ivwc afAux lwgy qF Aus vkq qF Auh QoVI igxqI ivwc afey sn aqy jy awj vyKIey qF hr Kyqr ivwc pMjfbI hn ijvyN ik zfktr, tIcr, akfAUtYNt, lybr afid awj dy smyN ivwc kYnyzf sB qoN vwD vwK-vwK DrmF aqy swiBafcfrF vflf dysL hY. kYnyzf ivwc sB DrmF nUM brfbr smiJaf jFdf hY. alwg-alwg DrmF krky iewQy keI BfsLfvF bolIaF jFdIaF hn aqy sB DrmF dy Drm asQfn bxfey gey hn ijwQy sB nUM afAux dI iejfjLq hY. skUlF aqy kfljF ivwc pMjfbI BfsLf vI iewk ivsLy dy qOr `qy isKfeI jFdI

hY. skUlF ivwc ivwidafrQIaF nUM pMjfbI Kfxf bxfAuxf isKfieaf jFdf hY. Kflsf pMQ dI isrjxf df ngr kIrqn kwiZaf jFdf hY ijs ivwc sB DrmF aqy swiBafcfrF dy lok sLfml huMdy hn. lMbr ivwc vI sB qoN vwD pMjfbIaF df Xogdfn hY. pihlF vI pMjfbI sB qoN awgy sn BfvyN Auh PfrmF df kMm sI jF kYnrIaF, imwlF aqy PYktrIaF df hovy. hOlI-hOlI sKLq imhnq krky AuhnF ny afpxy Kud dy Pfrm lY ley aqy afpxy kfrobfr sLurU kr idwqy aqy Auh aMgdfn vI krdy hn. vlMtIar dy qOr `qy pMjfbI lok skUlF ivwc, hspqflF ivwc, lfiebRyrIaF ivwc, lok sMsQfvF ivwc vI kMm krdy hn.

rfjnIqI ivwc vI pMjfbIaF df bhuq Xogdfn hY. kYnyzf dI srkfr ivwc cfr kYbint mMqrI pMjfbI hn-amrjIq sohI, hrjIq swjx, nvdIp bYNs aqy brdIsL Jwgg 17 aYWm[pI[ hn, 16 knjLrvyitv hn aqy iewk ilbrl pfrtI df aYm[ pI hY. iehnF mMqrIaF aqy aYm[pIaF dy nfl hor vI sfAUQ eysLIan minstr aqy aYm pIjL sn. pMjfbI pfrlImYNt ivwc bolx vflI qIsrI BfsLf hY. ijMny vI jLrUrI PYsly ley jFdy hn sB ivwc iehnF mYNbrF dy ivcfr suxy jFdy hn.

AuhnF ny lybr kIqI jF Auh PYktrIaF ivwc sI jF PfrmF ivwc sI. AuhnF ny afpxy leI iewk pihcfx bnfAux leI koeI ksr nhIN CwzI aqy AuhnF kol awj afpxy Pfrm aqy PYktrIaF hn. pMjfbI swiBafcfr ivwc hryk qrHF dy lok sLfml huMdy hn. sfAUQ eysLIan Kfxf vI sfAUQ eysLIan lokF dI imhnq aqy koisLsL bhuq msLhUr hY. pfrlImYNt ivwc sfAUQ ny AuhnF nUM ies mukfm qwk ilaFdf hY. AuhnF eysLIan lokF df vI bhuq Xogdfn hY. ny hfr kdy vI nhIN mMnI aqy musLkl simaF koml DflIvfl 9-2 (pMjfbI 11) ivwc vI sKq imhnq kIqI qy hfr nhIN mMnI.

hrjIq kOr iswDU dI Xfd ivwc: lyK mukfblf

ieh sfl kYnyzf leI bhuq mhwqvpUrn sfl hY. 2017 kYnyzf df 150vF idhfVf hY. awj kYnyzf dunIaF df sB qoN vDIaf dysL hY. kYnyzf ivwc sfzy kol bhuq sfrIaF cMgIaF shUlqF hn. ijvyN ky muPq hYlQ kyar, cMgIaF nOkrIaF aqy iewk cMgI aqy iemfndfr srkfr. ies krky, dunIaF ivwc bhuq sfry lok kYnyzf ivwc rihxf cfhuMdy hn aqy ies qrF kYnyzf iewk bhuq mltIklcrl dysL hY. kYnyzf ivwc hr qrHF dy lok hn ijvyN ky BfrqI, cIn aqy XorpIan lok. awj kwlH sfAUQ eysLIan lokF dI igxqI bhuq ijLafdf hY. ies krky sfAUQ eysLIan BfeIcfry df ihwsf bhuq vwzf hY. hr iewk Kyqr ivwc sfAUQ eysLIan ny afpxf Xogdfn pfieaf hY. kYnyzf dy ieiqhfs ivwc sfAUQ eysLIan BfeIcfry df Xogdfn bhuq ivsLfl hY. sfAUQ eysLIan ny rfjnIqI ivwc vI cMgy mfrky mfry. hr iewk lYvl dI srkfr ivwc sfAUQ eysLIan dy pRqIinD hn. jy qusIN koeI vI kYnyzIan sLihr nUM jFdy ho, qF quhfnUM bhuq sfry sfAUQ eysLIan srkfrI aiDkfrI imlxgy . ijvy N ky my X r, aY m [aY l [ey , aYm[pI[ jF istI kAUNslr. ieh lok afpxy sLihr nUM isrP nhIN pr afpxy dysL nUM ibhqr bxfAuxf cfhuMdy hn. keI pRImIar vI sfAUQ eysLIan hn. AuWjl dosLFJ bI[sI[ dy sB qoN pihly pMjfbI mUl dy pRImIar sn. AuhnF ny bI[sI[ nUM hor vDIaf bxfAux leI bhuq syvf kIqI sI. awj vI BfvyN Auh swT sflF dy hn, Auh hfly vI syvf kr rhy hn. rfsLtrI (nYsLnl) lYvl ivwc vI quhfnUM bhuq sfry sfAUQ eysLIan aiDkfrI imlxgy. ipCly cox ivwc, vIh iswK aYm[pI[ cuxy gey sn. ieiqhfs ivwc ieh kdy vI nhIN hoieaf sI, ik ienHy sfry iswK aYm[pI[ cuxy gey sn. jsitn trUzo ny vI ikhf sI ik,

ies vfrI, Aus dy kYbint ivwc, modI nfloN ijLafdf iswK hox.” keI aYm[pI[ mMqrI vI bxy. ijvyN ik hrjIq swjx (izPYs mMqrI) nvdIp bYNs (ieMzstrI dy mMqrI) brdysL cgr (tUirjLm dI mMqrI) aqy amrjIq sohI (buinafdI dy mMqrI) ieh lok afpxI sfrI ijLMdgI kYnyzf nUM ibhqr bxfAux leI vcnbwD hn. kYnyzIan POj dy ivwc vI sfAUQ eysLIan BfeIcfry dI dyx hY. purfxy simaF qoN awj qwk, sfAUQ eysLIan kYnyzIan POj leI lVdy rhy hn. vrlz vfr 1[2 ivwc keI iswK ispfhI kYnyzf leI lVdy sn. pihlI jMg ivwc ds iswK ispfhIaF ny kYnyzf leI afpxI ijLMdgI krubfn kIqI. iehnF ispfhIaF ivwcoN srdfr bkhm isMG sn. bkhm isMG isrP cOdF sflF dy sn jdoN Auh 1907 ivwc kYnyzf nUM afey. 1914, ivwc jdoN Auh iewkI sflF dy sn, Auh kYnyzIan POj ivwc dfKl hoey. 1916 dI lVfeI ivwc AuhnF nUM swt lwgI. pr hfly vI bkhm isMG kYnyzf leI lVnf cfhuMdf sI. 1917 ivwc PrFs ivwc Auh gujrgy. BfvyN ies tfeIm sfAUQ eysLIan lokF dy hwk Gwt sn aqy ies vkq kYnyzIan srkfr, iswK hox krky bkhm isMG nUM hIx smJdy sn, Aus ny ieh sfrf kuJ avwigaf aqy Pyr vI afpxI ijLMdgI kYnyzf leI kurbfn kIqI. BfvyN kYnyzIan srkfr Aus nUM bygfnf smJdI sI, bkhm isMG afpxy afp nUM kYnyzIan hI smJdf sI aqy Aus aMdr ies dysL leI bhuq ipafr sI. ies qrHF dUsry nON ispfhIaF, ijvyN ik lCmx isMG, hrnfm isMG aqy jOhn bfbU ny afpxy dysL nUM ipafr kridaF hoieaF, afpxy dysL kYnyzf leI afpxI ijLMdgI kurbfn kr idwqI. awj kwlH iehnF sLhIdF dI bhfdrI bhuq sfry sfAUQ eysLIan nOjvfnF nUM POj ivwc dfKl hox dI pRyrnf idMdI hY.

mIzIaf ivwc vI sfAUQ eysLIan lokF dI dyx hY. awj kwlH bhuq sfry pMjfbI, ihMdI, AurdU jF gujrfqI tYlIvIjLn pRogrfm hn. ieh pRogrfm bhuq mhwqvpUrn hn ikAuNik ieh kYnyzIan aqy BfrqI KLbrF pysL krdy hn. pr sfAUQ eysLIan pRogrfm isrPL KLbrF vfsqy hI nhIN, hr qrHF dy vwKry-vwKry poRgrfm ijvyN ky swiBafcfrk, mMnorMjk sports aqy zrfmy pysL krdy hn. bhuq sfry sfAUQ eysLian ryzIE stysLn vI hn. ieh stysLn vI aMgryjLI aqy dUsrIaF BfsLfvF ivwc KbrF pysL krdy hn. ryzIE dy nfl-nfl bhuq sfry sfAUQ eysLIan rsfly vI hn. sB qoN vwzf “drpx mYgjLIn” hY. ies rsfly nUM do pMjfbIaF (guivMdr hMzfl aqy rmnIk izlo) ny sLurU kIqf sI. aMgryjLI ivwc hox krky dony aMgryjLI lok aqy sfAUQ eysLIan lok ies nUM pVHdy hn. ies nUM pVH ky aMgryjLI lok sfAUQ eysLIan swiBafcfr bfry pqf kr skdy h. ies qrHF ieh mIzIaf bhuq lfhyvMd hY. sfAUQ eysLIan nOjvfn ies qrHF, ies mIzIaf nUM vyK ky, sux ky aqy pVH ky afpxy swiBafcfr nfl juV ky, cMgy gux gRihx krky kYnyzf dy cMgy nfgirk bx skdy hn.

anIsLf srF (gryz 10 pMjfbI 12)

krdy hn. ies krky awj kwlH, keI kYnyzIan XUnIvristIaF ivwc BMgVy dy klwb hn. kYnyzf zya AuWqy hr sfl BMgVy dy pRogrfm hu M d y hn. bhu q kYnyzIan lok BfrqI KfxF vI psMd krdy hn. jy qusIN iksy BfrqI rYstorYNt nUM jFdy ho, qF BfrqI mUl dy lokF qoN vwD dUsry mUl dy lok quhfnUM imlxgy. awj kwlH sfry kYnyzIan lok sfAUQ eysLIan lokF nfl AuhnF dy iqAuhfr vI mnfAuNdy hn. skUlF ivwc sfry bwcy BfvyN BfrqI jF gYr-BfrqI mUl dy hn rl ky dIvflI mnfAuNdy hn. vYnkUvr dI ivsfKI dI pryz kYnyzf ivwc sB qoN vwzI pryz hY. hr sfl, hr qrHF dy lok afAuNdy hn. ies dy ielfvf ipCly sfl ivsfKI AuWqy, kYnyzIan srkfr ny pfrlImYNt ivwc aKMz pfT vI rwiKaf sI. ieh sfrIaF swiBafcfrk cIjLF kYnyzf dI mltIklcriljLm leI bhuq mhwqvpUrn hn. ies nfl dUsry lok sfAUQ eysLIan swiBafcfr bfry jfxU ho skdy hn. ies sfAU Q ey s L I an BfeIcfry ny kY n y z Ian qrHF sfAUQ eysLIan lok afpxy swiBafcfr afrts aqy klcr AuWqy vI bhuq asr nUM sMBfl skdy hn aqy nslvfd nUM vI pfieaf hY BfvyN nvyN sfAUQ eysLIan kYnyzIan Gtf skdy hn. swiBafcr bfry jfnxf cfhuMdy hn, pr nfl hI afpxy swiBafcfr nUM sMBflxf cfhuMdy kYnyzf dy ieiqhfs ivwc sfAUQ eysLIan lokF hn. ies krky Auh vI BMgVf klwb, BfrqI df mhwqvpUrn rol hY. BfvyN rfjnIqI, POj rYstorYNt aqy BfrqI kwpVy dIaF dukfnF ivwc jF mIzIaf aqy afrts ivwc sfAUQ Koldy hn. ies qrHF aglI pIVHI vI afpxy eysLIan BfeIcfry df Xogdfn bhuq ivsLfl swiBafcfr nfl juV skdI hY. pr ieh hY. ies krky jdoN asIN ies sfl kYnyzf swiBafcfrk cIjLF isrP sfAUQ eysLIan dI 150vF jnm idn mnfvFgy qF asIN lokF leI hI nhIN hn. pRMqU dUsry mUlF dy lok iehnF dyxF nUM Xfd krFgy. ieh sfrf kuJ vI ies nUM psMd krdy hn ijvyN ky bhuigxqI mltIklcrl kYnyzf dy mfxmwqy ieiqhfs kYnyzIan lok BMgVf pfAuxf aqI psMd df ainwKVvF aMg hY. PAGE 35


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“Á≥◊Ò” ¡Â∂ “Ï≈‘∞ÏÒ∆-B” Á∆ ¡«‹‘∆ Â∞Ò‰≈ È‘∆∫ ’∆Â∆ ‹≈‰∆ ⁄≈‘∆Á∆ : ¡≈«Ó

ÍzØ«‚¿±√ ωÈ≈ ⁄≈‘∞≥Á∆ ‘À ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ «ÎÒÓ “ÏÁ∆È≈Ê ’∆ ÁπÒ‘È∆¡ª” Á∆ √ÎÒÂ≈ «Íº¤Ø∫ ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ ̺‡ È∂ ¡≈͉∂ ’≥Ó ÂØ∫ ÊØÛ∑≈ Ï∂’ Ò¬∆ ‘À, «’¿∞∫«’ ‰Ï∆ ’Í» È≈Ò ¿∞√ Á∆ ¡◊Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ “‚z◊ À È” ÊØÛ≈∑ Á∂ È≈Ò ‹≈¬∂◊∆Õ «¬√ √Ó∂∫ ¿∞‘ «ÒÀ’√ ‘∆ È‘∆∫ ’ ‘∆, √◊Ø∫ √π«‰¡≈ ‘À «’ «ÎÒÓ Íz«Ø ‚¿±√ ’È Á∂ Ï≈∂ Ú∆ √Ø⁄ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬º’ √»Â Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À, “¡≈Ò∆¡≈ Á≈ Ó≥ȉ≈ ‘À «’ ’∞fi Ú∆ ÈÚª Ù∞» ’È Ò¬∆ ’ج∆ ÷≈√ √Óª È‘∆∫ ‘∞Á ≥ ≈Õ ¿∞Ȫ∑ ˘ È‘∆∫ Òº◊Á≈ «’ Íz‚ Ø ’ÙÈ «Úº⁄ ¡≈¿∞‰≈ ¿∞√ Á∂ Ò¬∆ ‹ÒÁ∆ ‘ØÚ◊ ∂ ≈, «’¿∞∫«’ ¿∞√ Á∂ È≈Ò Á∆¡ª ¡«ÌÈ∂Â∆¡ª ¡È∞Ù’≈ ÙÓ≈ ¡Â∂ «Íz¡’ ≥ ≈ ⁄ØÍÛ≈ Ú∆ «ÎÒÓª ω≈ ‘∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ «Î ¿∞‘ «ÈÓ≈Â≈Úª Á∂ ÍÚ≈ ÂØ∫ ‘À, «¬√ Ò¬∆ ¿∞√ Á∆ «ÈÓ≈Â≈ Ï‰È Á∆ ÷≈«‘Ù √πÌ≈«Ú’ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞‘ «¬√ √≥Ï≥Ë «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉∂ «ÍÂ≈ Ó‘∂٠̺‡ È≈Ò ◊ºÒ ’ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ” ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ È∂ ¡≈͉≈ Ú∆‚∆˙ ◊∂Ó Òª«⁄≥◊ ÁΩ≈È Ú∆ Íz«Ø ‚¿±√ Ï‰È Á∆ «¬º¤≈ Íz◊‡≈¬∆ √∆Õ ¿∞√ È∂ «’‘≈, √∆, ““ÓÀ∫ ¡À’‡ Á∂ ÂΩ ”Â∂ ͤ≈‰ È‘∆∫ ω≈¿∞‰≈ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ∆Õ ÓÀ∫ ¡≈͉∆ ÓÁ ˘ ’¬∆ Ú≈ «’‘≈ ‘À «’ ÓÀ∫ ¡≈͉∆ Íz√ÈÀ«Ò‡∆ «Úº⁄ ’¬∆ ◊ºÒª ‹ØÛÈ≈ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ∆ ‘ªÕ ⁄≈‘∂ ¿∞‘ ‡∆ Ú∆ ¿∞µÂ∂ Íz«Ø ‚¿±√ ’È≈ ‘ØÚ,∂ ◊≈‰≈ ‘ØÚ,∂ √Ó≈‹’ ’≥Ó ’È≈ ‘ØÚ∂ ‹ª ’∞fi ‘ØÕ «¬√ Ò¬∆ ÓÀ∫ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ¿∞‘ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ∆ √∆, ‹Ø Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ È‘∆∫, ÏÒ«’ Á»√«¡ª Á∂ Ò¬∆ ‘ØÚÕ∂ ¡≈Ô≈È Óπ÷‹∆ Á∆ “‚zÀ◊È” Á∂ «¬Ò≈Ú≈ ˜Ø«¬¡≈ ¡÷Ï Á∆ “◊Ò∆ Ïπ¡≈¬∂” «Úº⁄ ‰Ú∆ «√≥ÿ Á∂ È≈Ò ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ Ș ¡≈¬∂◊∆Õ ¿∞‘ «¬≥È∆ ¤Ø‡∆ ¿∞Ó «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉∆ ¡À’«‡≥◊ Á∂ ÁÓ ”Â∂ ¡Ù ¿∞µÂ∂ Í‘∞⁄ ≥ ◊¬∆ ‘À «’ È≈ ’∂ÚÒ ¡À’«‡≥◊, ÏÒ«’ ¡≈͉∂ «√≥«◊≥◊ ‡À∫Ò∂∫‡ È≈Ò Ú∆ ¡º‹ Á∆ Ô∞Ú≈ Í∆Û∑∆ ˘ Á∆Ú≈È≈ ω≈«¬¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ÁÙ’ª Á∂ È≈Ò-È≈Ò «ÈÓ≈Â≈Úª ˘ Ú∆ ¿∞√ ÂØ∫ ’≈Î∆ ¿∞Ó∆Áª ‘ÈÕ

Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ √πÍ√‡≈ ¡≈«Ó ÷≈È Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ “Á≥◊Ò” Á∆ ’Ó≈¬∆ Á∆ Â∞Ò‰≈ ‘≈Ò ‘∆ ”⁄ «Ò∆˜ ‘ج∆ “Ï≈‘»ÏÒ∆ B” È≈Ò È‘∆∫ ’∆Â∆ ‹≈‰∆ ⁄≈‘∆Á∆Õ ÁØÚ∂∫ «ÎÒÓª ⁄≥◊∆¡ª ‘È ¡Â∂ Á∂Ù Á≈ Ȫ ΩÙÈ ’ ‘∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ “Ï≈‘»ÏÒ∆ B : «Á ’È’Ò»‹È” Ï≈∂ Áº«√¡≈ ‹≈ «‘≈ ‘À «’ ¿∞√ È∂ Ì≈ ¡Â∂

√ØÙÒ Ó∆‚∆¡≈ ‡zØ«Òß◊ È≈Ò Î’ È‘∆∫ ÍÀ∫Á≈ : Ú∞‰ √ØÙÒ Ó∆‚∆¡≈ ”Â∂ √‡≈ ˘ ¡’√ È≈≈˜◊∆ ˜≈‘ ’È Ú≈«Ò¡ª Á∂ ’ÓÀ∫‡√ Á≈ √≈‘Ó‰≈ ’È≈ ÍÀ∫Á≈ ‘ÀÕ Ú∞‰ ËÚÈ ˘ È’≈≈ÂÓ’ ÍzÂ∆«’z¡≈Úª È≈Ò ’ج∆ ÷≈√ Î’ È‘∆∫ ÍÀ∫Á≈Õ ¿∞‘ ’«‘≥Á≈ ‘À, ““‹Á ’ج∆ √≈˘ «ÓÒ∂ Â∂ ’∞fi Ïπ≈ ’‘∂ ‹ª ¡≈͉∆ È≈≈˜◊∆ ‹Â≈¬∂ ª Î’ ÍÀ∫Á≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡«‹‘∂ ÒØ’ «‹È∑ª Á∂ Ȫ¡ ‘∆ È’Ò∆ ‘È, Â√Ú∆ª È’Ò∆ ‘È, ¿∞‘ Â∞‘≈˘ √ØÙÒ Ó∆‚∆¡≈ ¿∞µÂ∂ ’∞fi Ú∆ ’«‘‰, ’∆ Î’ ÍÀ∫Á≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬º’ «¬È√≈È Á∂ Í≥‹ ¡’≈¿±∫‡ ‘ÈÕ ¡⁄≈È’ ’ج∆ ⁄∆˜ ‡z∫À ‚ ’È Òº◊Á∆ ‘ÀÕ Â∞‘≈˘ ÷πÁ √Ófi ¡≈¿∞‰ Òº◊Á≈ ‘À «’ ’∞fi ◊ÛÏÛ ‘ÀÕ √≈∂ «ÁÈ «Úº⁄ ’∞fi Ú∆ ’«‘‰ Ú≈Ò∂ ÒØ’ª È≈Ò ‹∂ ÓÀ∫ ÒÛ≈¬∆ ’ª◊≈ ª «Î ’≥Ó ’ÁØ∫ ’ª◊≈Õ ÓÀ˘ Òº◊Á≈ ‘À «’ «¬È∑ª √≈∆¡ª ◊ºÒª ˘ ◊≥Ì∆Â≈ È≈Ò È‘∆∫ ÒÀ‰≈ ⁄≈‘∆Á≈Õ

√≥ÿ‰∂ Ú≈Òª ÂØ∫ Áπ÷∆ ‘À Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ Á∆ «¬‘ ¡Á≈’≈≈

ÚÒ‚ ’Ò≈√ ‘≈ ‘À Ó∂∆ «ÎÒÓ : ‘∞Ó≈ ‘∞Ó≈ ’∞ÀÙ∆ Áº√Á∆ ‘À, “Ó∂∆ ¡◊Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ ¤Ø‡∆, Í ’≥‡À∫‡ ÚË∆¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ‡z∂Ò ¡≈¿∞‰ «Íº¤Ø∫ √≈˘ ⁄≥◊≈ «√ͪ√ «ÓÒ «‘≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬≥‚∆¡≈ «Úº⁄ ‘∞‰ º’ ⁄≥◊≈ ‘≈ È‘∆∫ Ï«‰¡≈ ‘ÀÕ √≈‚∆ ’Ø«ÙÙ ÚÒ‚ ’Ò≈√ ‘≈ ω≈¿∞‰ Á∆ √∆Õ” ¿∞‘ √ͺه ’«‘≥Á∆ ‘À, “ÓÀ∫ ‘≈ Á∂ È≈Ò ¿∞Â∂‹È≈ Á∂ ÂÛ’∂ Á∂ ‘º’ «Úº⁄ È‘∆∫ ‘ªÕ ÓÀ∫ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ⁄≥◊∂ «√È∂Ó≈ È≈Ò ‹∞Û∆ ‘ªÕ ’¬∆ ÒØ’ «¬√ Â∑ª Á∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª ’ ‘∂ ‘È, Í ÓÀ∫ È‘∆∫ ’ √’Á∆Õ ¿∞∫fi Ú∆ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Ú⁄ ÓÀ∫ Ì≈ (√≈«’Ï √Ò∆Ó) Á∂ È≈Ò ’≥Ó ’ ‘∆ ‘ª, «¬√ «Úº⁄ ¡«‹‘≈ ’ج∆ ’≥‡À∫‡ ÁÙ’ Ú∆ Í√≥Á È‘∆∫ ’È◊∂Õ ‘≈ «ÎÒÓ Ú∆ ¡«‹‘∆ ‘ØÚ∂, «‹√ ˘ ÎÀ«ÓÒ∆ Á∂ È≈Ò Á∂÷ √’∆¬∂Õ √≈‚∆ «¬≥‚√‡∆ «Úº⁄ Í«‘Ò∆ Ú≈ √πÍÈÀ⁄π Ò∆ Î≈ÓÀ∫‡ «Úº⁄ Ì≈-ÌÀ‰ Á∆ ’‘≈‰∆ ‘À, «‹√ «Úº⁄ ¡√Ò∆ Ì≈-ÌÀ‰ ØÒ «ÈÌ≈ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ” ¡≈͉∂ ‚ Á∂ Ï≈∂ ‘∞Ó≈ ’∞Ù À ∆ ’«‘≥Á∆ ‘À, “ÓÀ˘

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«ÚÁ∂Ù ”⁄ ’Ó≈¬∆ Á∂ √≈∂ «’≈‚ ÂØÛÁ∂ ‘ج∂ «ÚÙÚ Ì ”⁄ Ò◊Ì◊ AEFE ’ØÛ ∞ͬ∂ Á∆ ’Ó≈¬∆ ’∆Â∆ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞Ê∂ ‘∆ ⁄∆È ”⁄ «Ï‘Â∆È ’Ó≈¬∆ Á∆ ÏÁΩÒ ¡≈«Ó Á∆ ÷∂‚ ¡≈Ë≈« “‚≈Ó≈” «ÎÒÓ Ú∆ ’Ó≈¬∆ Á∂ Ó≈ÓÒ∂ ”⁄ «Íº¤∂ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ “Á≥◊Ò” È∂ «ÚÙÚ Ì ”⁄ Ò◊Ì◊ AE@@ ’ØÛ ∞ͬ∂ Á∆ ’Ó≈¬∆ ’∆Â∆ ‘ÀÕ

«√Î ‘È∂∂ ÂØ∫ ‚ Òº◊Á≈ ‘ÀÕ” Ì≈ Á∂ È≈Ò ’≥Ó ’È ”Â∂ ’«‘≥Á∆ ‘À, “Ì≈ È≈Ò ’≥Ó ’È≈ ÓπÙ’Ò ‘∞Á ≥ ≈ ‘ÀÕ Â∞√∆∫ «¬º’ Á»√∂ ˘ ‹≈‰Á∂ ‘Ø, Í ¡À’‡ Á∂ ÂΩ ¿∞µÂ∂ «¬≥‡À’‡ È‘∆∫ ’∆Â≈Õ ÓÀ∫ ª √À‡ ¿∞µÂ∂ Ú∆ Úº‚∆ ÌÀ‰ ω ‹ªÁ∆ √∆Õ ¿∞√ È∂ ÷≈‰≈ ÷≈Ë≈ Ú◊∂ √Ú≈Ò ’Á∆ √∆Õ √≈«’Ï Ï‘∞ ⁄≥◊≈ ¡À’‡ Â∂ ’Ø-√‡≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ ÂØ∫ Í«‘Òª ‹Ø «ÎÒÓª ¿∞√ È∂ ’∆Â∆¡ª ¿∞√ Á∂ √≈∂ ’Ø-√‡≈ ¿∞√ Á∂ ÁØ√ ω ◊¬∂Õ ¿∞√ Á∂ È≈Ò ’≥Ó ’ ’∂ ÓÀ˘ √Ófi ¡≈«¬¡≈ «’ ¿∞‘ Ï‘∞ ’≥Î‡ ÒÀÚÒ «Á≥Á≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡√∆∫ ¡À’«‡≥◊ «Úº⁄ Á÷Ò È‘∆∫ «Á≥ÁÕ∂ √«’z͇ ¡Â∂ «ÁzÙ Ï≈∂ ◊ºÒ ’Á∂, «¬º’ Á»√∂ ˘ ¡À‚Ú≈¬∆˜ È‘∆∫ «Á≥Á∂ √∆Õ Ì≈-ÌÀ‰ Á∆ ÒÛ≈¬∆ ˘ ˜» ÍÁ∂ ¿∞µÂ∂ «Ò¡≈¬∂, ‹Ø ¡√∆∫ ¡√Ò «˜≥Á◊∆ «Úº⁄ Ú∆ ’Á∂ ‘ªÕ”

Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞ º ‚ ¡Â∂ ‘≈Ò∆Ú∞ º ‚ ¡Á≈’≈≈ «ÍzÔ≥’≈ ⁄ØÍÛ≈ Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ ¿∞‘ ‘∞‰ ‘∂¡ ¡À’√‡ÀÈÙÈ ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ Ï‘∞ ͤÂ≈¿∞∫Á∆ ‘ÀÕ Áº«√¡≈ «’ Ó∂∂ √≥ÿ‰∂ Ú≈Ò ‘È ¡Â∂ ’¬∆ Ú≈ «¬‘ ¡≈Ó È≈ÒØ∫ «˜¡≈Á≈ √≥ÿ‰∂ Òº◊Á∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬’ √Óª √∆ ‹ÁØ∫ ÓÀ∫ ‘∂¡ ¡À’√‡ÀÈÙÈ ˘ ÂÚº‹Ø∫ «Á≥Á∆ √∆ Í ‘∞‰ ¡«‹‘≈ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ «ÍzÔ≥’≈ È∂ «¬√ √≈Ò “Ó∂‡ ◊≈Ò≈” ¡Â∂ «Í¤Ò∂ √≈Ò “¡ÀÓ∆ Íπ√’≈ª” ÁΩ≈È Í«‘È∂ ◊¬∂ ¡≈͉∂ ‚Àµ√ª ˘ ‘∞‰ º’ Á≈ ¿∞ÂÓ ‚Àµ√ Áº«√¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞√ È∂ ¡≈͉∂ Í√≥Á∆Á≈ ‚Àµ√ª Ï≈∂ «’‘≈ «’ “Ó∂‡ ◊≈Ò≈” Á≈ ‡À∫⁄ ’؇ ¡Â∂ «Í¤Ò∂ √≈Ò ¡ÀÓ∆ Íπ√’≈ ÁΩ≈È Í≈¬∂ Ò≈Ò ≥◊ Á∂ ◊≈¿±È Ó∂∂ Í√≥Á∆Á≈ ‘ÈÕ


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A Glimpse of the Run for Water event in Abbotsford, B.C

INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ASPIRING DOCTORS

Pursue your medical degree from leading universities in Europe, South Asia and the Caribbean, followed by Residency in the U.S.

INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ASPIRING DOCTORS

Pursue your medical degree from leading universities in Europe, South Asia and the Caribbean, followed by Residency in the U.S.

zfktr bnx dy cfhvFd ividafrQIaF leI aMqrrfsLtrI mOkf

XOrp, sfAUQ eysLIaf, aqy kYirbIan dIaF vDIaF XUinvriswtIaF qoN afpxI mYzIkl izgrI hfsl kro aqy rYjLIzYNsI XU aYs ivwc kro.

Graduate and High-school entry programs

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Friday, June 2nd, 2017

GANGS HURT EVERYONE.

END THE HURT. END GANG LIFE. The Abbotsford Police want to work with you to keep our young people safe. We would like to come and meet with your family to talk to you about keeping your son or daughter away from gangs. Police officers who speak Punjabi, and who know what is going on with our youth, will come to your house or talk to you on the phone.

AYbtsPorf puils quhwfy nOjvwnw (b`cy Aqy b`cIAW) nUM

CONTACT US

sMprk kro:

If you would like to talk to us, and get some help or advice, you can:

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Email us at: helpyouth@abbypd.ca

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To watch the video, go to www.abbypd.ca , click on Crime Prevention, click on Past Strategies and then click on Parenting Matters.

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I cannot expect consistent results : Harshvardhan Kapoor

Films are made for audience, not for critics : Arjun

Actor Arjun Kapoor, whose latest release "Half Girlfriend" has been appreciated by the audience despite mostly unfavourable reviews, says at the end of the day movies are made for the audience."Each individual has a different point of view and I am no one who will change their opinion. Most of the time people (critics) want to see a certain type of film, but I feel, people should watch a film with an open mind just the way the audience watches it. "The audience is more open to giving the film space and time to enjoy what it is meant for rather than having preconceived notions. I feel the audience is the most important part of filmmaking because at the end of the day, you are making a film for them and not for a limited bunch of people who call themselves critics," Arjun said.

Zareen to play law student in Vikram Bhatt's '1921' Actress Zareen Khan is ecstatic to play a law student in Vikram Bhatt's "1921". Zareen said "As a teenager, I always wanted to study law and I am glad that I got an opportunity to play a law student on screen at least."She is currently shooting for the film here. Before that, she visited some law colleges and interacted with law students to observe their mannerism.Reading seems to be on her mind as last week she photo of herself with the book "A Handful of Sunshine" by Bhatt. She captioned it: "There couldn't have been more perfect timing than right now to start reading 'A Handful Of Sunshine' by my favourite Vikram Bhatt. Shoot diaries, '1921'." It will be a two-month schedule and the horror film is slated to release by end of 2017.

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Given his stature as Anil Kapoor's son, Harshvardhan Kapoor's Bollywood debut last year, 'Mirzya', piqued curiosity ahead of its release. The Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra project failed to resonate with the masses, but the young actor's outing as an aching lover didn't go unnoticed. After a year, the 26-year-old is gearing up for his next project, Vikramaditya Motwane's vigilante drama, 'Bhavesh Joshi'. Speaking to day after wrapping up a gruelling 80-day schedule, Kapoor says, "It was a tough actionpacked chart. We filmed in the rain, day and night. We have made the movie with passion, fighting everything that went against us. It was challenging, given that we shot a 90100-day film in less than 80 days, and in difficult conditions." With this project behind him, he says he has experienced working on two unique films, both of which have polished his acting skills. Recalling an incident from the schedule, he narrates, "We were shooting in Karjat and I was in prosthetics, covered in mud and sweat. We had to wait for

several hours to do that shoot, but it was worth it." Before the role landed in his lap, it was offered to Imran Khan and then Sidharth Malhotra, but Harsh believes it was destined to be his. "We wanted to make this film for long. It was meant to be made with me." Kapoor isn't entirely distanced from the failure of his previous outing. "I am aware that I don't make standard choices, so I cannot expect consistent results. I'm okay with that. After all, isn't that the nature of this business?"

What reason can I give myself to be arrogant? : Sushant Singh Rajput After a successful stint on television, Sushant Singh Rajput made a smooth transition to films with the 2013 hit Kai Po Che! A few films later, he entered the Rs 100-crore league with a fine performance in his last release, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, which was among the biggest hits of last year. Since then, whispers of Sushant's highhanded behaviour, suggesting that success has gone into his head, refuse to die down. He admits while most humans have the tendency to somewhat lose their mind following success, for him, nothing has changed. "I am a middle-class boy and didn't find success easily. I had always been acknowledged for my performances, but with Dhoni (biopic), I tasted success at the

box office as well. The film earned a lot of money, but everything didn't come to my pocket," he says with a laugh. A lot may be written about his 'arrogance', but Sushant argues he doesn't feel any change in him. "Now [post Dhoni's success], if I am doing the same 10 things in my personal life that I did earlier, people will have problems with at least two of them. They will have a long discussion on my arrogance based on my b o d y language or the way I speak to a journalist. But I am still the s a m e person."

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B.C. New Democrat and B.C. Green caucuses ratify historic agreement VICTORIA - All 44 elected MLAs from the B.C. New Democrat and B.C. Green caucuses have ratified an agreement pledging to work together to support a stable New Democrat government that works for people. “The people of B.C. spoke loud and clear on election day - they want a government that works for them, not just those at the top. With the signing of this historic agreement, we are showing that we are ready to roll up our sleeves and work together to make lives better for British Columbians,” said John Horgan, leader of the B.C. New Democrats. “The results of the election clearly demonstrated that voters wanted to put an end to the bitter, divisive and cynical politics of the past, and get on with productive governance. Today, I am very proud to stand with John Horgan and our respective caucuses to demonstrate how two distinct parties can work together for the good of all,” said Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Greens. The B.C. New Democrat Government has agreed to advance several legislative and policy initiatives identified as a condition of support by the B.C. Green Caucus, including: • Reforming our electoral system, getting the influence of big money out of politics, and reforming lobbying rules; • Recognizing that education is about lifelong learning and fast-tracking enhancement to K-12 education funding;

• Protecting and promoting public health care, creating a proposal for an essential drugs program, and giving families the security of quality, affordable child care; • Getting people moving with better transit; • Giving the opioid crisis the attention it deserves; • Establishing an Emerging Economy Task Force and an Innovation Commission; • Eliminating Medical Services Premiums; • Implementing a basic income pilot project; • Fighting climate change while creating good jobs and introducing rebate cheques that will mean most people pay less while increasing the carbon tax beginning in 2018; • Sending the Site C project immediately to an independent review;

Field Coordinator Position Abbotsford Growers Ltd. is looking to hire a Field Coordinator for its busy 2017 Blueberry Season. Responsibilities include assisting growers with their Canada GAP programs, grower relations, performing In-House field audits, farm inspections, and managing incoming fruit using computer inventory control programs. Candidates must have some educational background in Agriculture or equivalent experience in the field. Knowledge of pesticides and Canada GAP is recommended but not required. Successful applicants must have a driver’s license and their own vehicle.

Office Assistant and Human Resources Abbotsford Growers Ltd is looking to hire an Office Assistant for its busy 2017 Blueberry Season. Responsibilities include payrolls, organizing shifts, hiring new employees, and reception and telephone duties. Successful applicants will be organized, comfortable on the computer, punctual and be able to multitask their various responsibilities.

• Opposing the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project. “British Columbians have been waiting 16 long years for solutions to so many problems, and we want to help. A New Democrat government, with the support of Green MLAs, will make life more affordable, fix the services people count on, and build a sustainable economy that works for people. This agreement means we have the opportunity to make those changes that are so important. I’m optimistic and excited for the future,” said Horgan.

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ANAND Irrigation Well Pump Installation and Service

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Bathing, changing, dressing, personal cleanliness. Preparing formula and feeding baby. Light housekeeping and laundry. Take care of the sleep and wake up hours of the infant. Keep record of the infant . Keep record of the activities of the child on daily basis.

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Completion of Secondary school required. Must have experience, 6 months training or certificate in childcare. Fluency in English required Non smoker and clean habits. Pay will be $11.00 per hour.

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General Farm workers required on a berry farm in Abbotford, BC. Duties include harvesting, cultivation, sorting fruit, spraying, irrigation, lifting berry containers, packing, pruning, tying as well other general farm work duties. Must be productive. Should be able to work with farm machinery and be able to work in difficult weather condition. Should be able to work with others. Experience preferred. 40-70 hrs/week. Up to 14 month term. Beginning June 20th, 2017. $10.85/hr. Fax resume to 604-850-7612 or mail to Kahlon Farms Ltd. 262 Columbia St. Abbotsford, BC V2T 5X6.

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Baldev Singh Gill 

604.825.8886 NEW LISTING

NEW LISTINGNEW LISTING NEW LISTING Gorgeous 4.26 acres Blueberry farm with beautiful house very close to, Elementary School, new Highstreet Mall and Kalgidhar Gurdwara. Home with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Roof only few years old. Prime location, no through road and easy freeway access. Separate driveway for heavy vehicles.

Open House Sat&Sun 20th& 21st 2-4pm

#29 - 31125 Westridge Pl

Just 5 year old 3 bedroom 2 full bath townhouse in west Abbotsford. Like new condition. Near all level of schools and Gurudwara Kalgidhar Darbar Sahib and Apollo Gym.

30540 Brookside Ave

NEW LISTING

41010 No. 2 Rd NEW LISTING

$1,889,800 NEW LISTING

23 ACRES with 2 FULL SIZED HOUSES with numerous income producing barns. One 5 bedrm home and 2nd 4 bedrm 2000 sq.ft beautiful home is approx 20 yr old. This property is perfect for 2 families, large horse barn with indoor arena, 23 stalls and lots of hay storage. 23'x130' Squab (pigeon)/chicken barn. 32'x72' WORKSHOP and 80'x90' BARN. Currently both houses and a few stalls are rented for $6000 per month.

42522 Keith Wilson Rd

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$2,675,000 NEW LISTING

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

34641 7th Ave

NEW LISTING

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One of the best BLUEBERRY farm in the area. 5 year new 2 storey HOME on 10 acres in the Sumas Prairies near No.3 Rd exit in Abbotsford. This ™eld is planted in machine pick Duke Blueberry equipped with poles, wires and drip irrigation. Expected production of around 120,000 pounds of blueberry this year. Close to Elementary school.

NEW LISTING

33257 Chelsea Ave

NEW LISTING

2300 square foot Rancher with full basement is located in a quiet Dead End Street. 7700 Sq. ft. lot. Some recent updates are: New windows, new blinds, new washer/dryer, new carpet on stairs and brand new full bath in a basement.

NEW LISTING

Duke and Bluecrop varieties. Expected yeild for 2017 is approx. 200000 pounds. Full irrigation system and machine pick. House and Barn.

19.44 Acre Full Production Blueberry Farm $1,659,000

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$379,900

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31883 Mayne Ave NEW LISTING

Beautiful rancher on a quiet Cul-de-sac street in West Abbotsford. Flat over 5800 sq.ft. lot with a gorgeous fully fenced private backyard. Walking distance to Schools and Matsqui

$599,900

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$524,900

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Very spacious 2 bedroom condo with new laminate Šooring, walk out patio and 2 PARKING STALLS. Very popular rental property, no rental restrictions. Hotwater and Heat is included in the strata fee.

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2914 Royal Street

48 - 31255 Upper Maclure

#12 3087 Immel

2620 Caboose Place

#2-30989 Westridge

37-31032 Westridge Pl.

Three storey 3 bedroom, 2 bath, living room,kitchen and family room townhouse. Close to shopping, recreation, and French Immersion Elementary School.

Custom built 3 storey home with 2-5-10 years warranty in West Abbotsford's newest subdivision. 4 bedrooms upstairs with 3 full baths, mailˆoor has of‰ce and spice kitchen too. 2 bedroom LEGAL SUITE in a basementplus media room, bar, bedroom and full bath for upstairs use.

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

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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406 32075 George Ferguson Way

Just 8 year old with 3 bedroom, rec room and 4 bath townhome close to all levels of schools. Stainless steel appliances and granite

Very bright and spacious 2 Bedroom with 2 full bath condo. Freshly painted. Carpet, vinyl in the kitchen, cupboard doors, light ™xtures in the kitchen and living room are just few years old. Close to Matsqui Recreation Centre, Schools and Easy Highway

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30630 Steelhead Crt 32133 Autumn Ave Over 2800 Sq.Ft. quality Very beautiful 3 built rancher close to bedroom rancher Kalgidhar Darbar e c i Gurdwara . 9ft ceiling on r p e on quiet Street. Flat c g main Šoor vsewith krinagskpirni crown moulding. ov0e0roaJust steps to lot for build your ,0 7 5 $ D a v e K a n d a l future dream Elementary School, home. Vinyl Churches , Parks &

Nicely renovated rancher with 2 bedroom LEGAL SUITE in West Abbotsford. UPGRADES INCLUDE: New windows, blinds, kitchen cabinets with solid plywood boxes,

2966 Glenavon Street #29- 31125 Westridge

Super Mcmillan location. Close to Very Clean 5 Prince Charles bedroom basement Elementary School, entry house, Rec room with Fraser Middle School, Yale Secondary School full washroom, Living and Abbotsford room, Family room, Recreation Centre. 2 bedroom legal

5 year old three storey 3 bedroom, 2 bath plus rec. room townhouse in West Abbotsford. Near all level of schools, Gurudwara and Apollo Gym. Excellent location.


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32514 Carter Ave $689,000

BEAUTIFUL UPDATED RANCHER LOCATED ON MOST DESIRABLE AREA IN NEW TON,3 BED 2 BATH WITH FAMILY AND LIVING ROOM.7181 SF LOT S I Z E , LOT S O F PARKING.BACK LANE ACCESS TOO,STEPS TO ALL AMENITIES SCHOOL,PARKS,TRANSI T, S H O P P I N G , R E C CENTER AND MORE, M U S T S E E , C A L L TO MAKE APPOINTMENT.

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34288 FARMERS RD

34824 Townshipline Rd

$1,499,000

$1,799,000

NEW LISTING YS IN 5 DA

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2363 BAKERVIEW ST, Abbotsford, British Columbia V2T3B3

2755 SPRINGHILL STREET, Abbotsford WOW, LOCATION -LOCATION -LOCATION, GREAT HOUSE IN WEST ABBOTSFORD. FULLY RENOVATED - KITCHENS- BATHROOMS- FLOOR-WINDOWSDOORS-PAINT. 3 BED UPSTAIRS 2 BED DOWNSTAIRS, BUILT IN VACCUM. VERY CLEAN HOUSE

NEW LISTING

SOLD

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Maple Ridge

Beautiful top to bottom renovated 6 bedroom with 3 full baths, 3 rooms upstairs and 3 for suite.

SOLD

2373 Westerly Abbotsford

SOLD

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31038 Heron Avenue Abbotsford

SOLD

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5746 Bell Road, Abbotsford

409 33485 S Fraser Way

30511 Sandpiper Dr

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33245 Alta Ave

241 27411 28 Ave

2826 Clearbrook Road

31934 Peardonville Road

Rare Find! Alderview in Aldergrove. This home features 3 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, bright & spacious living area, dining, kitchen, laundry, carport & a nice backyard for entertainment. Well maintained complex with tons of visitor's parking and steps to school. Close to shopping, recreation, US Border & easy access to freeway. Don't miss this one!

Investors Alert! 5400 sq ft at lot in a Central location. Priced to sell. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, malls, public transit and easy access to freeway. Hurry!!!

Neat & Clean Rancher w/bsmt in West Abbotsford. This home features 6 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, bright living room, dining area, kitchen, huge rec room & a nice at backyard for entertainment. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, public transit, malls, parks & easy access to freeway. Call to view

$398,700

$399,700

$649,700

FRASER VALLEY

778.552.8840

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NEW LISTING 225 2233 Mckenzie Rd

LANDMARK REALTY

1st time home buyers & Investors Alert! This neat & clean unit features 1 bedroom/ 1 bathroom, plus a den, bright living room, open kitchen layout & a balcony. It is centrally located. Well maintained complex. Low strata fee. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, public transit, restaurants & much more. Call to view now!

A Move Ahead

$229,700

2 Storey w/ basement home in a Great Location! This home features 5 bedrooms/ 4 bathrooms with an en suite in the master. Big lot backing onto creek and steps to Mill Lake Park. This home needs TLC. Total 4 baths but there are some more rooms which contain additional en suite facilities. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, parks, mall, public transit & much more.

$749,700

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3803 Chadsey Cre

111 33255 Old Yale Road

3419 Clearbrook Rd

31030 Heron Ave

33837 Mayfair Ave

33853 Mayfair Ave

3927 Brighton Pl

3484 Thurston Pl

32150 ELKFORD DR

31907 OLD YALE ROAD

SOLD

SOLD

23- 32310 MOUAT DR

Custom Built 2 storey w/basement home with a Legal Suite in West Abbotsford. This home features 8 bedrooms/ 6 bathrooms & a nice backyard for entertainment. Top floor features 4 bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms out of which 2 are master bedrooms with Jacuzzi en suites. Main floor features huge living room, dining room, kitchen with

Custom Built 3 storey home with a unique layout & Legal Suite! This home features 8 bedrooms/ 7 bathrooms with a backyard for entertainment. Main floor features bright living room, open kitchen concept with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances & tons of storage, spice kitchen, huge family room, dining area, den

$989,700

$1,164,700

SOLD Great Location! Split entry home on a 7950 sq ft plus lot in a central location. This home has 4 bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms, nice backyard, huge sundeck, renovated kitchen, rec room, big living area & much more. There are few updates in the house like newer paint, some new flooring in bedrooms, kitchen cabinets/counters & some new doors.

$684,700

The Brixton! Very neat & clean Ground Floor unit with a walkout patio. This bright unit features 2 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, kitchen with granite counter tops & lots of cabinets, big living area with a „replace, dining area, laundry room & a patio. Close to schools, recreation, restaurants, public transit, mall & parks. Don't miss this one!

Basement Entry Home with a Legal Suite in West Abbotsford. This home features 6 Bedrooms/ 4 Bathrooms & a nice backyard for entertainment. Main floor features 3 Bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms with an en suite in the master, bright living room, dining area, family room, kitchen & a sunny sundeck. Suite plus+ a good size rec

NEW LISTING

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407 - 31831 Peardonville Road

31011 Gardner Ave

2208-2210 BEAVER ST

SOLD West Point Villa! This top fl o o r u n i t f e a t u r e s 2 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, spacious living area, kitchen and laundry. Well maintained complex. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, malls, parks &

Location! Location! A cute basement entry home on a corner lot & cul-de-sac location. This home features 5 bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms, bright living room, kitchen, dining, fenced backyard, double garage and much more. Some of the updates inculde high end appliances in main kitchen, new kitchen cabinets, newer paint, new vanities in bathrooms,

Investors Alert! Centrally located Huge 20,400 plus sq ft lot with a Rancher on it. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, public transit & easy access to freeway.

Investors Alert! Centrally located Huge 20,400 plus sq ft lot with a Rancher on it. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, public transit & easy access to freeway.

$824,700

$299,700

SOLD

Nicely renovated 2 Storey w/bsmt home with a unique layout in West Abbotsford. This home features 6 bedrooms/ 4 bathrooms, sunken living room, dining, kitchen, family room, den, rec room, fenced yard with parking at front & back and much more. Some of the updates are- newer hotwater tank, furnace, roof, windows, rugs, flooring, appliances

SOLD 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.

R e n o v a t e d 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths townhouse. Affordable price. Close to schools, shopping, Rotary Stadium, parks and malls.

$249,700

Fair„eld Estates! Perfect family home in one of the best neighborhoods of West Abbotsford. Main oor features- Wide entrance hall, huge sunken living room, dining, sunken family room, big kitchen with an island and lots of storage, see thru „replace in the middle of living & dining area, bedroom (can be used as an of„ce or

SOLD

Investors & 1st time home buyers Alert! Cute home on a corner lot in West Abbotsford. This home features 3 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, spacious living room, dining area, kitchen, family room and a big yard. Close to schools, shopping, recreation, Cineplex, mall, public

NEW LISTING 4 - 30748 CARDINAL AVE

SOLD

"Corner Unit". Perfect 2 storey home in a good neighborhood. This home features 4 bedrooms/ 2.5 bathrooms PLUS a den (can be used as an of„ce or rec room), Big Master Bedroom has an ensuite with a Jacuzzi soaker tub, huge living room, family room, dining

$784,700

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#35- 30748 Cardinal Ave

2868 Gardner Pl

3079 CARLA CRT

3124 KINGFISHER DRIVE

27575 32nd Ave Aldegrove Langley

32627 Chehalis Drive

32121 AUTUMN AVE

15 - 31600 OLD YALE RD

3586 NEWCASTLE DR

4 BEDROOMS/ 3 BATHROOMS CENTRAL LOCATION CLOSE TO ROTARY STADIUM, SCHOOLS, SHOPPING, RECREATIONAND PARKS.

SOLD

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1st time home buyers & Investors Alert! Rancher/ Bungalow sitting on a 6,450 plus sq ft at lot. This home features 2 bedrooms/ 1 bathroom, living room, kitchen, dining, laundry room & a nice at backyard for entertainment. This is a good starter home, a good retirement home, a good rental home and a good holding property.

Executive Custom Built Home in a secure gated community. Come & feel the warmth & charm in this 3 storey home in one of the best neighborhoods of West Abbotsford. This home has an excellent „nishing throughout & features 7 bedrooms/4 bathrooms & a nice backyard with good size sundeck for entertainment. Main oor features huge living room.

Your home search stops here! Custom built Basement Entry home with a Legal Suite in a good neighborhood. This home features 8 bedrooms/ 6 bathrooms which includes 2 Master bedrooms on the Main oor with ensuite in both, huge living room w/ „replace, dining area, kitchen, nook, family room w/ „replace, big sunny sundeck for entertainment, double door. open entrance, walk out Legal

SOLD

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

SOLD

4 Level split home 5 bedrooms/ 3 bathrooms living room family room rec room

cul de sac and much more

SOLD

Location! Location! 1st time home buyers & Investors Alert! A cute Rancher w/basement style home on 7300 sq ft lot in a quiet cul de sac. One of the best neighborhoods to raise your kids. Some other features - . Renovated open layout kitchen with lots of cabinets & slate €ooring, good size bedrooms, cozy living room, solid built sundeck just off from dining, good size rec room in the basement.

SOLD

Solid Rancher with basement style home in a quiet neighborhood. This home features 6 bedrooms/ 4 bathrooms & a private backyard. Main floor features - 3 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms with an en suite in the master, good size living room, formal dining, cozy family room, open kitchen layout with stainless steel appliances & laundry room. Basement has 3 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms & a rec room with separate with separate entrance.

SOLD

Well kept & renovated split entry home sitting on 8300+ sq ft lot in Aldergrove. This home features 4 bedrooms. baths with an en suite in masterMain floor has a bright & spacious living room, big kitchen, 3 bedrooms/1.5 baths, dining area & a nice sundeck for entertainment. Basement has a huge rec room, bedroom (can be used as an office), full bath, laundry & storage area.

SOLD

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6521 Little Street

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•Matsqui Area

• BlueCrop & Blue Hardy (Mature) •Duke&Elliot (younger plants)

35130 Beaton Road

• Land Only • Matsqui Area • Blueberry Farm

• Large Lot • Plans are available

36421 Florence Drive

30 - 31235 Upper Maclure ..............................$452,000 3520 Latimer Street ...........................................$585,000 122 - 32850 George Ferguson .......................$125,000 2052 Vinewood Street ......................................$530,000

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38 ACRE BLUEBBERY FARM • Half Bluecrop and Half Elliot • 5 minutes from Abbotsford • Drilled Well and all irrigated • Big Storage Shed • Trade Welcome with Small Farm • 5 year old plants VACANT LOT

$399,000

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10-8358 121A St, Surrey

3454 SIDEGROVE CRT

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Great Family Business for Sale ! BUSY LOCATION! Southgate Shopping Centre Store offering shipping, packaging, printing & other services, plus office supplies.

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2083 BEAVER ST CLINTON AVENUE

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3211 CLEARBROOK RD

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2826 CLEARBROOK RD ABBOTSFORD

Kingsley Terr

31550 Ridgeview DR

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Oak Realty Parv Harry Shinder Gill PREC Little Independently Owned and Operated 604.832.0540 Top 1% Realtor of FVREB 2010-2015 604.832.0944 and Master Medallion 2006-2014

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5038 Riverside Street

32424 Best Ave

$2,499,900

32614 Haida Dr

$750,000

$599,900

$828,888

Great location, almost 20 acres blueberry machine pick farm, close to town, on CITY water. Updated 4 bedroom rancher with double garage, newer paint inside and outside, 4 years roof, new windows and 2700 sqft shed. 8.5 acres Duke 8 years old, 7 acres bluedcrop 3 yrs/ 8 yrs, 15 yrs and 2.5 acres elliot 5 yrs old. The farm is fully drip irrigation automatic system (automatic fertilizer systems), pols and wires.

Stunning View from all 3 levels of the home. Tastfully updated with quartz countertops, new laminate floors, new tiles , blinds, light fixtures and new SS appliances. Features spacious layout with elegant kitchen open to familyroom, livingroom, diningroom on main floor, 4 bedrooms up, 2 bathrooms up with good size laundry room upstairs, and 2 bedroom suite with insuite laundry for mortgage helper. Call for your personal tour.

Lovely rancher style home, in a convenient, central location walking distance to Abbotsford Rotary Stadium. The whole backyard and sidewalk is paved- No back neighbors. Features of the home include 3 years old water tank, newer furnace, and newer washer/ dryer. Nice, clean home with oak kitchen, gas fireplace in family room,laminate flooring and large covered patio, double garage with LOTS of parking! Ideal starter home!

2807 Maple St

2710 McMillan Road

2122 Merlot Blvd

SOLD

SOLD

$720,000 (4 BDRM)

7 - 3322 Blue Jay Street

$829,900 Perfect opportunity to own and operate a home based business with storefront on Maple st. and home front on Walnut Ave. Fraser health approval and Architect plans of 800 sqft for restaurant, daycare, hair salon and anyother business you can run under C-1 Zoning. The Store is professionally done with 2 pc bath, janitor room

2862 Princess St

SOLD

$749,900 Excellent family oriented neighbourhood, updated 3392 sqft home on 7000 sqft corner lot. Great open layout with 9` main floor ceiling, features new kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops, new energry star windows, crown mouldings, laminate floors, new blinds and 4 year new roof. Close all level of schools and amenities. Call for your personal tour.

3537 Summit Drive

$950,000 3555 Viewmount Pl

BRAND NEW superior built home that offers exceptional quality and design! The Garage is detached and plenty of room for parking. Green space directly in front of door for the kids to enjoy the green. Apprx 2700 sq ft home with possible in law suite for extra family! Designer color scheme, great attention to detail and finishing throughout the home with immaculate kitchen cabinets, quartz countertops and 10-ft ceiling on main floor for an open, spacious feeling. Located in East Abbotsford. House will ready to move in September, 2017.

2651 Macbeth Crescent

SOLD

SOLD

$899,900

$599,000

20623 85 Ave, Langley

2175 Ridgeway St

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

$1,199,000

$899,900

3075 Townline Rd

36069 Emily Carr Grove

31084 Upper Maclure Rd

36077 Emily Carr Grove

Under Construction!

32673 Pandora Ave

8302-204th Street Langley

$ 669,000

2898 Station Rd Abbotsford

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Rancher with full basement apprx. 1250 sq ft upstairs 1050 sq ft downstairs! This home has 3 Bdrms up w/ 1 1/2 Bath & 2 Bdrms down on apprx 6,300 sq ft level lot. Great for investors and first time home owners. Prime location, close to amenities, bus stop, all levels of schools.

$550,000

This welcoming home is pristine and well maintained! External features include extra wide driveway, new roof - only 1Yr old, huge covered sundeck & private fenced yard. Inside home has newer carpets, new plumbing throughout entire home, vaulted ceiling in master bedroom & living room with great view of Mt. Baker! Excellent location; easy highway and bus access, within

$569,900

Brand New 2 Storey w/ Basement Family Home! This gorgeous home has a spacious feel with open layout. Buyers can pick their own color scheme. The upper floor offers 3 Bdrms up + 1 Mbdrm & Walk in Closet w/ a 1 Bdrm suite + Rec Room on below level.

$750,000

Great Home , Great Location! Very Spacious home with 3 Bdrms up, 2 bdrm legal suite and a bedroom for upstairs use. 3Baths, New Windows, Laminate Flooring, New Baseboards, New Blinds With a Brand New

Plans are ready to view. Please refer to documents attached. Lot is ready to build on!

$588,800

$495,000

Like New Custom Built Gorgeous Home! A total of 5 Bdrm & 4 1/2 Bath, tasteful features with open layout , Offering 2 Master Bedrooms with spectacular high end tiles and built in cupboards for the office room. This modern home features 12' High Ceilings, lots of windows throughout for natural sunlight, huge kitchen with granite counter tops, designer color scheme.

$777,700

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MISSION

6 New Homes

Under Construction

Townline Area. Call for more info.

Brand new house with legal suite. 6 bedrooms and 4 baths. Backlane access. Close to schools

$799,900

3431 VISTA COURT

3,800 Sqft. Gourmet kitchen, eating nook, West Abbotsford 3 bdrm & family rm up, 2 bdrm legal suite, plus recroom, washroom and living room, dining room, family room, 4 one bedroom guest suite for upstairs, Jacuzzi, bedrooms and 3 bathrooms! Lower floor spiral staircase, skylight, 2 gas fireplaces. Onyx enjoys a rec room with bar, full bathroom fixtures, tubs, etc. Close to all level of schools. and bedroom plus a 2 bedroom suite! Close to Recreational centre, easy freeway access, Close to Sikh Gurudwara, High Street Oversized lot with RV parking, double mall. Very nice house, must see, Won't last garage, quiet street, make your move long. Call for your personal view. today!

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$999,999

2164 MERLOT BLVD

Great Neighbourhood, Huge Level Fenced Yard, covered deck. Kitchen, Massive Island, Quartz counter-tops, Gas range and stove, instant hot water, Pantry, Formal dining room. Master bedroomwith a private deck. Ensuite with his and her sinks, large shower and separate tub, massive closet. Downstairs is fully finished.

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32685 TARLTON PL

Starting $275,000

$1,449,000

2682 MAHOGANY DR

4 bedrooms 4 bathrooms and 4400sq. ft. of luxury living. Every floor overlooking the valley and Mt. Baker. Large sundeck and patio. 2 Cultured stone fireplaces, large open basement with wet bar and media room. Spacious den, large master ensuite, soaring ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, extra bedroom with ensuite.

New House Bare Land

$2,099,000

1404 HOPE ROAD

8 acres, very close to airport and new shopping mall. Great open plan living with soaring ceilings, wonderful spice and formal kitchens with top of the line appliances, a sensational dining room and a fabulous large master bedroom and ensuite. Professional gym in the basement.

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Raspberry Farm. Great Rental Income. Close to Town. Trades Welcome.

35 ACRES

40 ACRES

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10 acre blueberry farm, a few minutes from town. Trade Welcome.

31 ACRES 4 ACRES

Sumas Prairie. Raspberry Farm Beautiful House. & BIG House!

$ 774,700

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LOT FOR SALE

LANGLEY

3507 HILL PARK PLACE

5,054.00 sq.ft.

$649,000

32276 ADAIR AVE

$869,000

3176 ENGINEER CRES

$989,888

2586 RAILCAR CRES

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$2,499,000

BIG Lot for Sale with House 23,958 sqft in Abbotsford!

SURREY

Industrial Warehouse

$849,000

11185 FARMS ROAD

Great Location 16.44 acres Blueberry farm with beautiful Home. 7 year old Mega house 6700 SF with 10 bedroom and 8 Washrooms. 4 kitchens. Over 13 acres of land was planted in 2000 with Duke Blueberries, One acre Blue crop, one acre.Elliot and one acre Dixie Plants. Last year production 140,000 lbs.

35062 HARRIS ROAD

High production farm, 20+ ACRES Blue crop variety, very well kept, great location Duke & Blue Crop. with smaller house. High production.

2 units. Almost 8400 sq. ft. Can be sold separately. Financing available. CHILLIWACK For Sale

Townhouse site & 7 storey apartment building site. Prime Location!

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1859 Queen st

$1,575,000

House is fully renovated

$1,499,999

Fantastic holding property 2.2 acres currently zoned A-1 but part of Airport Industrial reserve. Land is level & cleared. Excellent investment opportunity. This is fast growing area. Hard to find property like this. Value in land. Suitable for Agri Tourism too Motivated seller. Bring your offers.

4 - 31235 Upper Maclure Town house

2775 sq.ft. home. 3 bdrms + Den. GreatLocation. Recently Renovated. Landscaped yard.

SOLD

SOLD Family oriented townhome complex is 9 yrs young. Well maintained town house with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms. In family and pet friendly complex. Completely finished with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, all included. $479,000

Still Available

3962 Bell Rd

SOLD 9 - 2241 Mcallum Rd only 17 units make up this quiet well maintained complex These homes are perfect for those just starting out.

SOLD

210 - 32550 Maclure

2921 Babich St

162 - 3162 Townline Rd

SOLD

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