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Wrinkles are a part of aging. With time, skin becomes less elastic and wrinkles are more likely to form. Skin is damaged by many things as we age. UV light, smoking, stress and poor nutrition are the main causes of wrinkled skin. So it's best to wear sunblock, avoid smoking, eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits and live a stress free life. It is important to keep the skin well hydrated by drinking plenty of water and also by using moisturizing creams. Omega-3 Fish Oils, Vitamin C and Vitamin D are important supplements for skin health. Exercising on a regular basis also helps with skin health. More and more people are now turning to Botox injections both to prevent wrinkles from occurring and also as a treatment. It has been used for the treatment of wrinkles for about 30 years. Botox works by temporarily affecting a nerve so that the muscles relax. When a muscle relaxes, the lines formed by the muscle get softer and less noticeable. Eventually our body gets rid of the Botox and the muscle starts to get tight again and wrinkles can reappear. Botox usually lasts in the body for about 3- 4 months. Over time, in some cases, wrinkles become less and less noticeable with repeated Botox injections. The Botox injections are done with very small needles and the injections can be placed in the muscle of the forehead, around the side of the eyes, and between the eyebrows. The procedure will take 10-15 minutes and only you will know you had it done. Wrinkles in these areas are telltale signs that we have aged but this treatment is effective at turning back the clock and making you look well rested and more youthful for all occasions.

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Province relaunches Buy BC to connect people to made-in-B.C. products

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uy BC programming is being relaunched to boost B.C.’s agriculture industry and fuel public interest in shopping for madein-B.C. products. Bringing back the brand power of this marketing program — popular with B.C. growers and producers, but cancelled in the early 2000s — will make it easier for British Columbians to explore new and different products from around the province. The relaunch was announced by Lana Popham, Minister of Agriculture. Popham was joined by Vickey Brown, BC Association of Farmers’ Markets vice-president, and surrounded by local vendors at the Moss Street Market in Victoria, along with market-goers and local vendors. “The goal is to connect more British Columbians and visitors with the great food and drinks made right here in B.C.,” said Popham. “When people are making their shopping decisions, we want them to reach for B.C. products.

help consumers easily identify their product as a local product. “We are thrilled to see this support for B.C. farmers, growers and makers of local food that can be found at over 145 community farmers’ markets across the province,” said Wylie Bystedt, president of the BC Association of Farmers’ Markets. “More and more British Columbians are seeking out unique, local, in-season foods, and the Buy BC Partnership Program will make it easier to choose these foods, which is an integral part of ensuring a thriving local food sector in B.C.”

The Buy BC Partnership Program will provide $2 million in funding per year, over the next three years, to help eligible applicants with their marketing efforts using the Buy BC logo on their “Much has changed since the program products or promotional materials. was cancelled more than a decade ago. There are new types of B.C. producers “The Ministry of Agriculture’s three and products that we think British Co- pillars of Grow BC, Feed BC and Buy lumbians and visitors will fall in love BC are supporting the province’s agriwith. And Buy BC will be instrumental culture sectors and encouraging British in introducing those products to British Columbians to choose B.C. products Columbians and a global audience.” which in turn, support our local farmers and ranchers,” said Stan Vander Waal, The Buy BC Partnership Program president, BC Agriculture Council. involves cost-shared funding that is “Placing the Buy BC partnership logo available not only to agriculture and on B.C. products strengthens the local seafood producers, processors and co- brand, and reminds consumers that operatives, but also to relevant industry we grow and raise some of the most associations, as well as agricultural trusted and highest-quality product in fairs and markets within B.C., like the the world.” Moss Street Market. The provincial government’s Buy BC As well, logo-licencing agreements Partnership Program will be adminiswill be available for B.C. agriculture tered and delivered by the Investment and seafood companies that do not re- Agriculture Foundation of British Coquire cost-shared funding, but still wish lumbia, with the support of the Ministry to use the Buy BC logo on products to of Agriculture.

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Foundry Abbotsford celebrates official opening access the support they need, when they need it—and not have to re-tell their story over and over,” says Dr. Steve Mathias, Foundry’s Executive Director. “We want to remove the stigma of seeking help, and reach young people “There is nothing more important than early on -- before small problems beensuring young people get the support come big ones.” they need to take them through life’s challenges. For years, youth in BC have The centre – operated by Abbotsford been underserved by mental health and Community Services – brings together addictions supports,” said Judy Darcy, a variety of local organizations, includMinister of Mental Health and Addic- ing services provided by Fraser Health, tions. “Foundry Abbotsford’s one-stop- Ministry of Children and Family Deshop provides that support by bringing velopment, Ministry of Social Develtogether mental health, substance use opment and Poverty Reduction, and and social services so youth have the other community partners to transform care they need and deserve, all under the way substance use, mental health and wellness services are provided to one roof.” the city’s youth. Youth and families The new centre serves young people have been active members in the leadages 12-24 and provides a safe and ership of Foundry Abbotsford’s design judgement-free environment where and programming. they can feel comfortable asking for help and accessing the services they “There are rare moments in time when need. The centre provides integrated an individual is afforded the opportuwellness services, such as physical nity to be a part of a game-changing and mental health care, substance use collective – something bigger than onesupports, social services, and youth and self. Foundry offered such a moment for youth, families, advocates, service family peer supports. providers, funders, donors and dream“The number of young people dealing ers who – together – have believed for with anxiety, depression and substance a long time that there must be a better use issues is growing, and we know way for youth and young adults to that prevention and early intervention access the full range of supports truly are critical in helping them get back on needed to be healthy and connected. track,” said Minister of Children and Foundry is our dream come true!” says Family Development, Katrine Conroy. Rod Santiago, Executive Director of “Now, Abbotsford youth will benefit Abbotsford Community Services, the from this long-overdue one-stop model lead agency for Foundry Abbotsford. of care.” Services are provided in an integrated Located at 101-32555 Simon Avenue, manner, working together to ensure Foundry Abbotsford offers an interdis- each young person receives the help ciplinary team of dedicated youth-fo- they need on their path to wellness. The cused health care providers focused on team includes physicians, nurse pracproviding holistic, person-centred care titioners, mental health and substance to young people and their families. The use clinicians, youth and family peer centre provides access to a skilled team support and navigation workers, supof knowledgeable and compassionate ported employment service workers, health care and social service profes- outreach workers, and other supports sionals that work together to prepare for the diverse needs of youth in the the most well-rounded and appropriate community. plan and course of action based on the Foundry Abbotsford is one of seven unique needs and circumstances of sites now open across the province, each youth that comes in to the centre. joining two locations in Vancouver “Foundry takes a prevention and early (Granville and the North Shore), intervention approach, helping over- Kelowna, Campbell River and Prince come gaps and barriers in systems so George, Victoria and an additional four young people and their families can centres are in development. ABBOTSFORD– Foundry Abbotsford has officially opened its doors, providing local youth and their families with supports for their mental health, substance use and overall wellness needs.

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Celebrating six months of success preventing new HIV infections throughout B.C. People throughout B.C. are benefiting from expanded coverage for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP), as strong uptake for the publicly funded drug continues to grow. “The expansion of coverage for PrEP and PEP keeps B.C. at the forefront of fighting the spread of HIV and AIDS,” said Adrian Dix, Minister of Health. “By supporting the introduction of

saving medications. Celebrating this milestone together, the B.C. government and the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (BC-CfE) will continue working to reduce the number of new HIV infections in B.C., by providing Since B.C. introduced no-cost coverage expanded coverage of PrEP and PEP of PrEP, and expanded access to PEP throughout the province. for those at high risk of HIV infection on Jan. 1, 2018, over 2,000 people have The expansion of coverage for PrEP been prescribed the potentially life- and PEP in B.C. added a new resource to the BC-CfE’s Treatment as Prevention (TasP) program. When the program reaches 5,000 individuals, the BC-CfE believes the province will achieve a greater than 83% reduction of new HIV cases by 2026. the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/ AIDS’ Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy, the lifesaving drug cocktail that changed the face of HIV, our province continues to sees a consistent decline in new cases of HIV.”

“With the expanded access to PrEP and PEP, we are making important investments to the publicly funded health system, not only because it is the right thing to do, but also because people depend on us to help them live their healthiest possible lives, and that is something we’re committed to do,” added Dix.

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The drug has been available at no cost when requested through the BC-CfE for eligible British Columbians, including men who have sex with men, transgender women, people with ongoing relationships with HIV-positive sex partners and people who inject drugs with a known HIV-positive partner. “The work we have done in HIV and AIDS proves the political will and expertise exists in British Columbia to expand the principles of TasP to other contagions,” said Dr. Julio Montaner, director of the BC-CfE. “This can have an immediate and measurable impact on the treatment and elimination of other high-burden diseases, such as hepatitis C, in British Columbia and across Canada. Ultimately, the goal of a strong public-health strategy is a reduction in disease, alongside longterm health-care sustainability. If we can curb HIV, imagine the global leadership B.C. can show in tackling other communicable diseases through expanding access to testing, treatment and prevention.”


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Help pets keep their cool this summer - spread the word about keeping animals out of hot cars. If you see an animal in distress, please call the BC SPCA hotline at 1-855-622-7722, your local animal control agency or 911 as soon as possible. Learn more: h ps://spca.bc.ca/news/do-not-leave-animals-in-hot-cars/ Canada Day Parade in Abbotsford 2018 aYbtsPorz ivwKy kYnyzf zy pryz 2018

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We are HIRING ~ AbbyPD is looking for a part time Exhibits/Property Clerk. You will assist in managing seized & found property, managing court exhibits, and ensuring practices meets standards consistent with relevant legislation, policies and procedures. Closing: July 13; Online applications only. More details: h ps://buff.ly/2IAzAz3 asIN hfier kr rhy hF ~ AbbyPD iek pfrt tfiem Exhibits/Property Clerk lwB rhy hn. qusIN sIjL aqy lwBI hoeI jLmIn aqy kort agijLibt mYinj kroogy. qusIN prYkits nUM stYNzrz knissitMt lYijslyisLn, pOlsIaF, aqy prosIjr nflL imlfANgy. bMd: julfeI 13; isrP aOnlfeIn aYplIkysLnF. hor jfxkfrI leI: h ps://buff.ly/2IAzAz3

Abbotsford - we would like to introduce our newest Exempt Police Officer~ Marie-Michelle Page~ to our amazing community! Cst. Page comes to us from Grande Prairie RCMP Detachment and is excited to now be part of our AbbyPD team. We look forward to Cst Page 's dedication and energy for policing and community safety brought to the streets of Abbotsford. aYbtsPorz- asIN afvdy sB qoN nvyN iegjLYmpt aPsr nUM pysL krdy hF~myrI imsLYl pyj. kOnsitbl pyj grYNz pryrI RCMP zItYcimMt qoN afeI hY aqy sfzy nflL juVx leI bhuq AuqsLfihq hY. asIN kOnsitbl pyj dI lgn aqy AUrjf aYbtsPorz nUM surwKisLq bnfAux leI dyK rhy hF.

Congratulations to Csts. Hagen, Marchinkow & Flore on graduating from the JIBC. Ready to serve the community of Abbotsford with, "... courage, fairness, impartiality and integrity..." Looking forward to seeing you out there with your shifts.

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If you have gone to school in Abbotsford, there is a good chance you would have met or had interaction with Cst Steve Kern as a parent or your school's youth officer! Cst Kern has served three separate terms as youth officer throughout the past 25 years. As Cst Kern moves into a new position in Community Policing, we thank you for your hours of dedication and being such an amazing role for our young people! jy qusIN aYbtsPorz ivc skUl gey ho, qF qusIN kOnsitbl stIv kurn nUM imlLy hovoNgy iek pyirMt vFg jF quhfzy skUl dy XUQ aPsr vFg! kOnsitbl kurn ny ipCly 25 sflF ivc iqMn trmF XUQ aPsr vFg gujLfrIaF hn. ijvyN kOnsitbl kurn kimAUintI pulIisMg ivc iek nvyN ahudy qy jf rhy hn, asIN AuhnF dy smrpx dy GMty aqy bwicaF leI vDIaf rol mOzl bxn leI AuhnF df DMnvfd krdy hF.

The AbbyPD dropped in on Dormick Park Elementary to say THANK YOU to the choir group and teachers who made the video "Highway of Heros". Shout out to the young people and teachers: Sheri Leonard, Mr. Cale Stanage and Mr. Shane Hipwell who inspired these young people to let their "Light Shine On". A great way to end the year! Thank you and have a safe summer! AbbyPD zorimwk pfrk aYlImYNtrI dy koier gruwp aqy aiDafpkF dy DMnvfdI hn ijnHF ny “hfeIvy aP hIrojL” ivzIE bxfeI. asIN ienHF bwicaF aqy aiDafpkF nUM snmfinq krnf cfhuMdy hF: sLyrI lIEnfrz, imstr kyl stfnyj aqy imstr sLyn ihwpvYl ijnHF ny bwicaF nUM pRyirwq kIqf aqy Auhnf dI “lfeIt sLfeIn aOn” krfeI. ieh bhuq hI vDIaf qrIky nflL ies sfl df aMq hoieaf. DMnvfd aqy afvdIaF grmI dIaF CuwtIaF surwkisLq ho ky bqfieE.

Call APD non-emergency at 604-859-5225 or text ABBYPD (222973) To make an anonymous report, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or report online at solvecrime.ca

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Tips to survive a heat wave (NC) Most of us enjoy everything our short summers have to offer. But a heat wave can make even the biggest warm-weather enthusiasts long for winter. Stay cool and comfortable with these tips from Health Canada. Understand heat illnesses. Hot temperatures can be dangerous and lead to heat illnesses such as heat exhaustion, heat fainting, heat rash and muscle cramps. Heat illnesses can affect you quickly and are mainly caused by over-exposure to heat or over-exertion in the heat. Stay informed about local

weather forecasts and alerts so you know when to take extra care. Know your risks. You’re at a greater risk for heat illness if you have certain health issues, including breathing difficulties, heart problems, a mental illness such as depression or dementia, or take certain medications. If you are taking medication or have a health condition, ask your doctor or pharmacist if it increases your risk in the heat and follow their recommendations.

Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of cool liquids, especially water, before you feel thirsty to decrease your risk of dehydration. Remind yourself to drink water by leaving a glass by the sink and eat more fruits and vegetables as they have high water content. Keep your cool. Wear loose-fitting, lightcoloured clothing made from breathable fabric. At home, prepare meals that don’t need to be cooked in the oven and block the sun by closing awnings, curtains or blinds during the day. Pay close attention to how you feel. Watch for symptoms of heat illness, which include dizziness, fainting, nausea, vomiting and headache. If you or anyone around you experiences any of these symptoms during hot weather, immediately move to a cool place and drink liquids. Water is best.

Heat stroke is a medical emergency. Call 911 or your local emergency number immediately if you are caring for someone who has a high body temperature and is either unconscious or confused or who has stopped sweating. Rest and recover. If your home is extremely hot, take a break by spending a few hours in a cool place, like a tree-shaded area, a swimming facility or an air-conditioned public place. Take cool showers or baths until you feel refreshed. Use a fan to help you stay cool and aim the air flow in your direction. PAGE 10


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DNC LAWYERS

Dhami Narang & Company LLP (“DNC Lawyers”) was established in 2010, by Rajan Dhami and Amrik Narang. With the help of our valued clients, DNC Lawyers has now grown into a mid-sized law rm with of ces in Abbotsford and Surrey, British Columbia. To serve our clients best, DNC Lawyers has an experienced team of 9 lawyers to cater to the individual needs of our clients. Every member of our rm strives to provide outstanding service to produce the best results for our clients. .

RELIABLE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES We use a collaborative team approach to your legal problems to get you the best results possible. We are only happy when you are happy and realize that our success depends on referrals from our client base.

ICBC CASES We handle a full range of ICBC personal injury claims, including head injuries, broken bones, soft tissue injuries, muscle strains, psychological injuries & others

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THE LAWYERS AT DNC PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

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Personal Injury / ICBC Business / Corporate Commercial Litigation Real Estate Wills / Probate Estate Litigation

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RAMAN GREW GREWAL Raman joined Dhami Narang & Company as an articling student after completing his Juris Doctor at Thompson Rivers University in 2017. Prior to attending law school Raman obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of the Fraser Valley majoring in political science and criminology. Apart from his academic Pr achievements, Raman served as the President of the South Asian Law Students Association and volunteered for the TRU Legal Information Service where he assisted people with limited nancial resources who were facing issues in various areas of law. Raman focuses his practice primarily in the areas of personal injury, corporate and real estate transactions. Raman was born and raised in Abbotsford and is excited to be practicing in the community he calls home.

ABBOTSFORD OFFICE

Dhami Narang & Company LLP Suite 301-2975 Gladwin Road Abbotsford, BC V2T 5T4

SURREY OFFICE Dhami Narang & Company LLP Suite 313-14928 Hwy 10 Surrey, BC V3S 2N5 Toll Free: 1-877-864-6131

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3rd Annual Smart & Smart & 3rd Annual Caring Golf Classic Caring Golf Classic Date: Thursday September 20, 2018 Date: Thursday September 20, 2018 Registration: 10:00AM Registration: 10:00AM Shotgun Start: 12:30PM Shotgun Start: 12:30PM Dinner: 6:30PM Dinner: 6:30PM

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o help make it easier for tech and innovation companies to recruit top international talent to British Columbia, the Province is extending its Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) tech pilot program for another year.

The Province’s priority is always to have B.C. workers first in line for the job opportunities that come with a diverse and growing economy. However, the demand for talent in B.C.’s tech sector is increasing faster than the supThe tech pilot program also is being ply – and the PNP tech pilot is one way enhanced by reducing the requirement to help address this challenge. from a permanent full-time job offer, to a one-year full-time job offer, to The pilot is being extended until June be eligible for permanent residency. 2019. It is helping tech companies atChanges to the program are based on tract and retain talent by providing a feedback from tech companies, such customized immigration pathway for as those in the animation and digital international tech workers applying effects sectors, where job offers are to be permanent residents of Canada often awarded on a project-to-project through B.C.’s PNP. basis, for a specific duration of time. Tech occupations in highest demand, “Tech companies are thriving in British such as computer programmers, inColumbia and to continue to grow, they teractive media developers, and softneed easier access to top talent from ware engineers, will be prioritized to B.C. and abroad,� said Rick Glumac, Parliamentary Secretary for Technol- maintain the speed of processing and a ogy. “Providing job offers with vary- high-level of service to tech employers ing lengths gives B.C. tech companies and applicants. Successful candidates the ability to staff according to their are then nominated by B.C. PNP staff to business needs, while ensuring they the federal government for permanent are attracting top international talent.� residency.

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We are the only authorized nursery in Canada to sell Reka, a northern blueberry variety and have documentation from where the variety originated from, which is New Zealand, and have proof of it. Make sure when purchasing Reka you ask to see the signed authorization from New Zealand. Being the only authorized nursery to sell Reka we can provide you with this.

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School year ends with no NDP tax relief for school districts s students celebrate the end of the school year across British Columbia, school districts will spend the summer trying to find funds to cover the massive tax bills the NDP will be sending their way.

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“Rural communities like those in my riding of Peace River North already cope with unique challenges, and this employer health tax certainly puts an additional stress on local school administrators.”

“As school districts look ahead to next year, they see this huge tax threat looming- yet they don’t hear any reassurance from the Education Minister that any relief is coming,” says Dan Davies, Education Critic for the Official Opposition. “The NDP’s employer health tax, an MSP-replacement tax, will force them to make classroom cuts or other tough decisions to pay for a tax they weren’t told to plan for.”

Davies is repeating his call for Education Minister Rob Fleming to exempt school districts from the NDP’s punishing employer health tax. Meanwhile, Davies is wishing everyone a safe and wonderful summer at the conclusion of the school year.

“On behalf of the Official Opposition I’d like to thank teachers, staff, students and parents for their hard work this past year. I hope you enjoy quality While B.C.’s larger school districts time relaxing with loved ones over the will see the biggest hit, in the millions, next couple of months, and we look Davies notes smaller communities are forward to another great school year in September.” not immune either.

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Hacks to slash your car expenses (NC) When you consider the rising costs of gas and insurance, owning a vehicle can get pricey. Fortunately, these easy tips can help lower how much you spend on your car so there’s more room in your budget for other expenses, like groceries and recreation. Increase your fuel economy. Did you know that a small spark plug problem can lead to a big expense? A dirty spark plug can cause a misfire, which wastes fuel and can ultimately harm your engine. To combat this, look for a spark plug that’s designed for improved fuel economy, like the those from Fram. Try the Autolite Iridium XP Enhanced Alloy Technology line, which is precisely engineered with a focused ignition point for maximum power, efficiency and life. Get regular tune-ups. When a vehicle is properly tuned, all systems work in harmony, including the fuel, ignition, emission and computer systems. While it can be a hassle getting to regular appointments at your mechanic or dealer, remember that you are investing in the

long-term performance of your car, saving you time and money. Regular engine tune-ups bring power and efficiency back to your car, ensuring that it’s reliable, safe and road-ready. Change your filters. There are many ways to keep your engine in good shape, helping it to last longer. One is checking the air filter every time you have the oil changed, because engine life and durability are directly related to keeping incoming air clean. It’s an air filter’s job to remove contaminants from the air before it goes into the engine, and neglecting this component results in reduced performance. Fram extra guard filters provide premium engine protection and are proven to let in two times less dirt than the average leading standard retail brands.

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3 young activists making a difference in the world (NC) The United Nations International Youth Day is a celebration of the contributions of young people toward social justice, peace and sustainability. Held on August 12, it is a day to recognize the leading role that youth play in society.

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a lawsuit against the American federal government over failing to act on climate change. He has given a TED talk on environmentalism, presented in front of the United Nations, and appeared on shows like Real Time with Bill Maher as well as magazines such In honour of this day, check out three as Teen Vogue. Through his activism, prominent youth activists who stand Martinez has become a leading youth out as role models around the world. voice for environmental causes. Malala Yousafzai. She demonstrated Parkland shooting survivors. In the courage and conviction when pub- wake of the mass shooting at Stonelicly opposing the Taliban in Pakistan, man Douglas High School where 17 which eventually lead to a failed as- people were tragically killed, a group sassination attempt on her life at age of students emerged as leaders in the 15. However, this incident only served American gun reform debate. They to further motivate the young activist played leadership roles organizing the who gained international attention for “March for Our Lives” demonstrations, her continued support of girls’ rights which drew crowds of up to two milto education. She has now become the lion people across the country. While world’s youngest Nobel Prize winner, the teenagers have succeeded in forchas received Amnesty International’s ing some amendments to gun laws in Ambassador of Conscience award, and Florida, their battle continues on the is an honorary Canadian citizen. Now a national stage where they must still freshman at Cambridge University, she advocate for safer gun laws. continues to balance her studies with Young people can draw inspiration activism as a strong international voice from these young leaders, recognizing for education and children’s rights. that you don’t have to be an adult to Xiuhtezcatl Martinez. This Indigenous achieve meaningful change in your environmentalist and amateur rapper community. Find more information gained prominence for spearheading online at amnesty.ca.

How to keep kids busy in Summer (NC) There’s no reason staying indoors can’t be tons of fun. A popular activity for keeping little ones entertained during cooler days is making colourful slime or playdough/modelling clay. Creating and then playing with slime or playdough is sure to keep the young happily amused for hours. If making slime or playdough is the name of the game, be sure to steer clear of recipes that call for boric acid, also called boron or borax. Health Canada is advising people to avoid using the substance for arts and crafts projects, such as homemade slime or playdough/modelling clay. Since we’re already exposed to boric acid naturally through food and drinking water, Health Canada is advising that exposure from other sources should be reduced as much

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as possible, especially for children and pregnant women. This is because it has been found that overexposure to the substance may cause developmental and reproductive health effects. Fortunately, there are lots of great slime recipes out there that don’t use boric acid. So gather your gang and research some promising options before getting your hands safely and deeply into the newest batch of awesome slime or playdough.


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sure it lasts as long as possible. On a lower roof, blow leaves and moss away with a leaf blower so they don’t have a chance to deteriorate your shingles. For a higher roof, use a broom with extension pole to sweep them away. Keep mould at bay by installing zinc strips at the peak of the roof. Be sure to Your patio furniture. These outdoor trim branches that are near the shingles. items get a lot of wear and tear from summer entertaining and harsh weath- Your car engine. Regular oil and er, but it’s easy to make them last oil filter changes can go a long way seasons longer. Make aluminum and toward prolonging the life your vewrought iron pieces look shiny again hicle’s engine. Otherwise, the oil can with a thin layer of car wax that you become saturated with combustion wipe clean with a cloth. For cushioned by-products, creating sludge buildup seating, clean spills with mild soap and and harmful, heat-produced varnish. To realize the full benefits of synthetic water and a non-abrasive brush. Cover oil, it should be paired with an equally all furniture when you won’t use it for a premium oil filter, like Fram Ultra. This while, and be sure to put it away before newly improved filter has an ultimate winter hits. dual-layer synthetic media that capYour roof. Replacing your roof is a big tures over 99 per cent of contaminants expense, so it makes sense to take some and lasts up to 32,000 kilometres when preventative maintenance steps to en- paired with appropriate synthetic oil.

Government expanding coverage for insulin pumps, eliminating age restriction

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he provincial government is expanding insulin pump coverage, so any British Columbian requiring one to manage diabetes will have access under PharmaCare, announced Adrian Dix, Minister of Health. “For many individuals diagnosed with diabetes, insulin pumps can have a positive impact on their health. It allows them to better manage their condition, improving their quality of life and well-being, and preventing serious secondary conditions ranging from cardiovascular disease to nerve damage,” said Dix. “Up to now, many people over 25 years old, who rely on an insulin pump to manage their chronic disease, have been forced to make the difficult choice between purchasing this device for their health, or foregoing it due to cost,” added Dix. “Going forward, they won’t be put in this position. Following through on a pledge made by Premier John Horgan, the provincial govern-

ment is removing the age restriction tions and a number of other complications for insulin pump coverage.” related to diabetes,” With this change in coverage, taking ef- added Hosak. “I am fect on July 3, 2018, British Columbia thrilled that this inbecomes one of only three provinces to vestment will make cover insulin pumps for people living sure that everyone has with diabetes requiring one, regardless equal access to the of age. Approximately 485,000 British best standard of care. Columbians live with diabetes. It is Thank you so much.” expected that roughly 830 adults over 25 years of age will benefit from the While not required for all individuals diagnosed with diabetes, insulin pumps expansion in the first year. offer many people a reliable and stable “I am inspired as to what this means for way of monitoring and scheduling inBritish Columbians living with Type 1 sulin doses, which can have a positive diabetes and their loved ones. I know impact on one’s quality of life. Insulin first-hand that this announcement will pumps can range in cost from approxihave an impact not only today, but into mately $6,000 to $7,000, and require the future, because improved glucose replacing roughly every five years. control has life changing results,” said Ramya Hosak, executive director and “On behalf of B.C. volunteer advoco-founder of Young and T1, a B.C.- cates, Diabetes Canada commends the based and volunteer-run organization provincial government for making this for young adults living with Type 1 decision. Type 1 diabetes doesn’t stop at age 25, and we are so pleased that diabetes. insulin pump coverage won’t also. In“Insulin pumps can also help prevent sulin pumps provide people living with eye disease, kidney disease, amputa- diabetes with more accurate insulin

dosing, decreasing dramatic fluctuations in blood-glucose levels, leading to an improved quality of life,” said Sheila Kern, regional director, B.C. and Yukon, Diabetes Canada. The anticipated cost of expanding insulin pump coverage to all eligible British Columbians, no matter their age, will be approximately $15 million over three years. Patients must meet with their diabetes physician specialist to determine whether they meet the eligibility criteria for an insulin pump. The patient’s physician would then apply to PharmaCare’s special authority department for insulin pump coverage.

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5 things to add to your morning routine same conversation with your dentist every six months, try using an electric toothbrush like Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean. Unlike other electric toothbrushes, it has a pressure sensor that lets you know when you’re pressing too hard, so you can protect your 1. Get up earlier. To get ahead of teeth and gums while removing up to the game, you’ll need a head start. In seven times more plaque. today’s competitive world, it helps to 4. Set your priorities. Time is prehave an extra hour or two in the morn- cious and being organized will ensure ing to get things done. But this starts the you maximize every minute. Whether night before. To hit the ground running, you’re at home, on public transit or at you need to make sure you’re getting work, take 15 minutes each morning enough sleep. to write down your priorities for the 2. Exercise. It’s hard to work out day. This will give you a clear plan of in the morning, but with balancing a attack, keeping you focused on imporcareer and family, finding time to be tant tasks. active in the evening is often more 5. Start strong. Research shows that challenging. Starting the day with a willpower is highest in the morning. workout will help kickstart your brain So instead of checking your email and provide an improved sense of welland getting side-tracked with endless being throughout the day. small tasks, stay unplugged and begin 3. Brush better. To feel your best, each day by first tackling harder asit’s important to maintain your oral signments that require more focus and health. If you’re tired of having the determination. (NC) The way you spend your morning can set the tone for your whole day. That’s why many successful people often have defined morning habits. To help yourself feel better and get more done, here are five easy ways to improve your routine:

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Vaccines aren’t just for kids — what adults need to know (NC) As kids grow up, there’s a very clear schedule for parents to follow to keep them up-to-date on potentially life-saving vaccinations. While most parents make it a priority for their kids, immunizations often don’t top the list when it comes to taking care of themselves. “It’s more than just knowing whether or not your immunization records are up to date. Many adults don’t even know which vaccines they should consider,” says Ashley Davidson, a pharmacist at Shoppers Drug Mart. “Your local pharmacy is a great place to start. The pharmacist can provide advice and save you time by actually administering a number of adult vaccines.” Pharmacists in Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island can both prescribe and administer adult vaccinations. In most

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other provinces except Quebec, pharmacists can administer vaccinations following a physician prescription. Davidson regularly recommends her adult patients consider the following vaccines: Hepatitis A and B. These infections can cause the liver to become inflamed and injured. They are common in many parts of the world, so it’s important to research travel health HPV infection, getting vaccinated can risks before vacationing and get vacstill protect you against other strains. cinated if these are present at your This means adult men and women can destination. benefit from vaccination too. HPV. The human papilloma virus is Pneumococcal disease. This condia very common sexually transmittion is caused by bacteria that can ted infection that causes almost all infect the lungs and cause pneumocervical cancers and genital warts, nia. Vaccination strengthens the imas well as cancer in other parts of the mune system so you’re less likely to body. HPV vaccinations are publicly become infected, and if you do get funded for girls and boys in some infected it will be less severe. provinces. What many don’t know is that even if you’ve had a previous

Shingles. This is caused by the same virus as chickenpox. It most often affects those over 50 and appears as a painful rash with blisters, usually in the shape of a band on the side of the face or body. Up to one in three people will get shingles, and vaccination is the best way to protect yourself. For more information on your adult immunization options, speak with your local pharmacist.


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OVERWHELMING RESPONSE TO #ASKCANADIANSIKHS FORUMS

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he World Sikh Organization of Canada received an overwhelming response to a series of panels it hosted this past weekend in Edmonton, Surrey and Brampton entitled, “#AskCanadianSikhs: When Canadian Sikhs Spoke Out”. The panels featured prominent U.K. journalist Sunny Hundal as well as other public relations and media specialists. Hundreds of young Canadian Sikhs and others, including journalists and members of other community organizations attended the events in person and thousands more via the online stream.

open forums for the community to interact with journalists, public relations professionals and other community advocates. The response to the events was overwhelming and each event was filled to capacity.

Among the panelists and guests that joined Sunny Hundal at the various sessions were WSO President, Mukhbir Singh, WSO legal counsel Balpreet Singh, media consultant Rena Heer, public relations specialist Sarbjit Kaur, former VP Multifaith Action Society Sukhvinder Kaur Vinning and Dr. Jasjit Singh from the UK. The panels were In the wake of misleading covermoderated by WSO Board member age of the Sikh community by some Jaskaran Sandhu. reporters in recent weeks alleging a rise in Sikh ‘extremism’, the WSO WSO President Mukhbir Singh said had launched the #AskCanadianSikhs today, “it was my pleasure to meet social media campaign which invited with hundreds of Canadian Sikhs this Canadian Sikhs to express their views weekend at the #AskCanadianSikh on recent reporting and about the true forums in Edmonton, Surrey and face of the community. As a follow Brampton. The incredible success up, the WSO organized a series of of these events reflects how deeply

concerned the community is about recent false allegations of a rise in Sikh extremism and the lack of Sikh voices in the reporting of this issue. While important points were raised with respect to improving the Sikh community’s engagement with the media, other key themes were the importance of dialogue within the community and the continuing significance of advocacy organizations like the WSO. These panels were an important step in our engagement with the community an and we be-

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pfpf jI, Auh kuVI dwsdI sI ik ik quhfzI pfpf jI, bI jI kdy quhfnUM burf nhIN afKdy, iewk CotI ijhI DI hY iewk pwuqr vI hY. mYN Auh afp vI bVy cMgy ny. iPr ……iPr. AuhnF nUM dyiKaf nhIN pr keI vfr bVf quhfnUM qF pfpf jI, hux qIk mYN vI Buwl geI idl krdf ey myry vI inwky BYx Brf hox. hovFgI? Bhqu CotI sF jdoN qusIN qy bI jI kdy Auh mYQoN svfl smJx. kdy mYN AuhnF hmysLF leI inKV gey. hux qy mYN bVI vwzI nUM skUl leI iqafr krF. kdy kdy asIN ho geI hF. QoVHy idn hoey sfzy Gr iewk iewkTy isnmf dyKx jfeIey. jLnfnI afeI sI. jdoN mYN kflj qoN afeI bI pfpf jI, kihMdy ny dUjf ivafh krn vyly jI Auhdy nfl gwlF krky ro rhy sn. mYnUM qusIN AuhnF lokF nflL vfadf kIqf sI ik dyK ky Auh bolI, “ieh qy jmF afpxy ipE qusIN afpxI pihlI GrvflI qy DI nfl koeI vrgI inkl afeI ey.” kI swcI muwcI pfpf vfsqf nhIN rwKogy. pfpf jI, dUjy bI jI , jI mYN quhfzy vrgI aF? ikqy myrI ies icwTI nUM dyK ky nrfjL qF nhIN myrf bVf idl kIqf Auhdy nfl quhfzIaF hoxgy? jy kdy Blf mYN quhfzy sLihr afvF, ikMnIaF sfrIaF gwlF krF. quhfzy bfry bVf quhfnUM imlx quhfzy Gr vI af jfvF. kI kuJ puwCF, pr bI jI ny mYnUM cfh bxfAux dUjy bIjI quhfnUM bhuq guwsy hoxgy? kI iPr Byj idwqf. pr iPr vI afnI bhfnI afeI nUM qusIN mYnUM iJVkF dy ky moV idEgy? pfpf jI mYnUM sux igaf ik qusIN pitafly kflj ivwc jy kdy iewk vfrI, bws iewko vfr qusIN mYnUM pVHdy ho. pitafly qoN luiDafxy df isrP do buwkl ivwc lY ky Guwt ky ipafr kr lvo mYN GMty df hI sPr ey. ikMny vrHy lMG gey ny rwj jfvF. iPr BfvyN qusIN ikqy vI rho, mYnUM pfpf jI, pr ieh do GMty lMG ky qusIN kdy XkIn ho jfvy ik qusIN mYnUM ipafr krdy ho. sfzy kol nf afey. bI jI nfl quhfzIaF lwK pfpf jI mYN ieh kdy nhIN cfhuMdI ik quhfzy nrfjLgIaF hoxgIaF pr pfpf jI kI mYN vI Gr ivwc koeI klysL pvy, pr iPr vI idl quhfnUM kdy Xfd nhIN afAuNdI? kI myry ijwzI krdf ey qusIN dUjy bIjI nUM puwC ky hI iewk iksy kuVI nUM dyK ky kdy iKafl nhIN afAuNdf vfrI mYnUM imlx af jfE. Auh vI qy iewk ik myrI DI vI ikqy hY? pr pfpf jI mYnUM qy aOrq hY, iewk mF ey. isrP iewko vfr, qusIN bVy Xfd afAuNdyu ho . pfpf jI. ikMny mhIny hoey asIN do kuVIaF qy sfzI iewk mYN bI jI nUM iewk vfr afiKaf, bI jI, myrf proPYsr pitafly kflj ivwc pMjfbI vfd pfpf jI nUM imlx nUM bhuq idl krdf ey. ivvfd pRiqXogqf ivwc ihwsf lYx afieaf Auh ro pey qy nflL hI afKx lwgy, “ijnHF dy sI. kI qusIN Aus vyly AuQy sI? mn bVf KusL ipE mr jFdy ny AuhnF df vI qy sr jFdf ho irhf hY ik kfsL ! mYnUM AudoN pqf huMdf ik hY….myrf idl kMb igaf. mYN ikMnf icr idl qusIN ieQy ho. mYN afp jf ky quhfnUM bulf lYNdI. ivwc rwb awgy ardfs krdI rhI ik hy rwbf keI vfr ikqy gwzI ivwc sVk qy jF isnymf myry pfpf jI nUM kdy kuJ nf hovy. ivwc jdoN iksy cMgy ijhy bMdy nUM dyKdI hF qF iewk vfrI sfzy guaFZIaF dI kuVI ny mYQoN iKafl afAudF ey – sLfied iehI myry pfpf puwiCaf ik qyry pfpf jI ikwQy rihMdy hn? kI jI hox qy AwdoN bVf eI idl krdf huMdf jfxI krdy ny? Auh qYnUM imlx ikAuN nhIN afAuNdy? Aus Epry bMdy dy hI glL nUM jf icMbVF. pr koeI Auwqr mYQoN bx nf afieaf. pqf nhIN ies qrHF krnf glq huMdf ey pfpf jI. eysy swc muwc hI kwuJ Aus nUM pqf nhIN jF keI qrHF iewk vfr iewk bMdy nUM mYN bVf icr qwkdI vfr jfx buwJ ky aijhIaF gwlF CyV lYNdy rhI. bws ivwcoN Auqrn lwgf Auh mlkVy myry hn. BfvyN mYN smJdI hF ik inwq dI Kljgx hwQ ivwc iewk ict dy igaf. iliKaf sI sLfm nfloN cMgf ey jy nf inBy qF rfh nKyV ley nUM GMtf Gr kol qyrf ieMqjLfr krFgf. ikwzI jfx. pr iPr vI jdoN koeI puwC lYNdf ey qF byhUdf gwl hY? mYnUM qy quhfnUM dsidaF vI bVf aOKf lgdf hY. sLrm lgdI hY. bI jI TIk hI afKdy huMdy ny ik jLmfnf Kotf hY. Aus idn mYnUM bVf hI pqf nhIN ikAuN, pfpf jI, keI vfr bI jI roxf afieaf. sLfied Auh jfxdf sI ik sfzy KfhmuKfh hI guwsy hox lwg pYNdy ny. jI Gr Auhdy juwqIaF lfAux vflf koeI nhIN,. afpdf TIk nhIN huMdf qy guwsf myry qy kwZdy qdy hOslf kIqf. pr sLkl qoN qF Auh kfPI hn. iewk AuhnF dy skUl dI nvIN hYwz vzyrI Aumr df lgdf sI. mfstrnI bVf qMg krdI rihMdI hY. jy qusIN

sfzy nflL huMdy Pyr Blf AuhnF nUM nOkrI krn dI kI loV sI? keI vfr myrf bVf jIa krdf huMdf ey iksy cIjL nUM. bIjI lY ky nhIN idMdy. jy lY ky idMdy qF bks ivwc rwK lYNdy ny qy afKdy ny ieh myry ivafh qy idwqI jfvygI. myry ivafh qy qF qusIN afvogy? iewk idn jdoN ikqy QF dyKx jfxf sI, bI jI aMdrlf kuMzf aVf quhfzI qsvIr bks ivwcoN kwZ ky bVf icr roNdy rhy. mYN JIQ ivwcoN dyiKaf sI. jy bI jI ny ivafh qy nf bulfieaf mYN Kq ilK idaFgI. pfpf jI, qusI jLrUr af jfxf nhIN qy lokI kI afKxgy?

ikqfbF ilafey ny. kdy supnf afAuNdf jfxI AuhnF ny do ispfhIaF nUM hukm idwqf ik ies lVkI ny myrI nINd Krfb kIqI hY qy jfE PV ky ilafE. kdy Auh bVI KusL huMdI kdy zfZI bycYn.

pfpf jI, qusIN ies sLihr dI bdlI ikAuN nhIN krvf lYNdy? BfvyN sfzy Gr kdy nf afAuxf. sfzy nfl kdy nf bolxf, pr quhfzI suwK sFd df qF pqf lgdf irhf krygf. pfpf jI pRmfqmf dI ksm qusIM mYnUM bhuq hI ipafry lgdy ho. kI icwTI df jvfb idEgy? pfpf jI…..? keI vfrI qy mYnUM quhfzy qy guwsf vI bVf afAuNdf hY. ik bIjI nflL BfvyN quhfzy lwK guwsy igly hox pr mY qy quhfzf kuJ nhIN ivgfiVaf sI. mYN qy quhfzI DI hF. iPr vI qusIN kdy mYnUM Xfd nf kIqf. kdy mYnUM imlx nf afey. ikwzy inrmohy ho qusIN? pr DIaF nUM qF mfipaF dI inwq loV huMdI hY. mYN ikvyN sfr lvF?

ipafrI bytI rjnI,

pfpf jI, iewko vfr, bws iewko vfr imlx af jfE. quhfzI bytI rjnI icwTI ilK ky keI idn rjnI socdI rhI ik icwTI pfvF ik nf pr iewk idn hOslf krky, DVkdy idl nfl Auh afpxI bI jI qoN corI corI icwTI pf afeI. icwTI pfAux sfr hI Aus nUM zr ijhf lwigaf ik pqf nhIN pfpf jI kI afKxgy. pqf nhIN bIbI jI ikMny guwsy hox gy. As df idl kIqf ik ikvyN nf ikvyN icwTI rsqy ivwc hI guMm ho jfvy.

AuzIkidaF -2 kflj ivwc iewk idn icwTI Auhdy nF dI afeI. icwTI PVidaF Auhdf idl jLor nfl Dwk Dwk krn lwg ipaf. CuwtI lY ky Gr af geI. bI jI Auhdy skUl gey hoey sn. kfhlLI kfhlLI Auhny icwTI KolHI iliKaf sI…. icwTI qyrI imlI. bytI qUM mYnUM bhuq ipafrI eyN. qUMU Xfd vI bVI vfrI afAuNdI eyN, pr rfxI qUM myrIaF mjbUrIaF nhIN smJdI, ies krky igly krdI eyN. kuJ glqPihmIaF jF bdiksmqI kr ky qyry bI jI qy myry rfh inKV gey. qyry bI jI myry koloN cly gey. sLfied aOKy ho ky. Auh qYnUM vI nfl lY gey. jdoN gwuisaF igilaF dI grmI idmfg ivwcoN AuwqrI qF mYnUM pqf lwigaf myrI dunIaF suMnI ho geI sI. mYN bVf aOKf hoieaf. iewk do bMidaF rFhIN qyry bI jI nUM sunyhyN vI Byjy ik guwsy igly Buwl af jfx. AuhnF jnfnIaF vflLf hwTf kr ilaf qy mYN cfhuMdf hoieaf vI afp nf lYx jf sikaf. iPr nPrqF vDdIaF geIaF qy iPr myry GridaF hor ivafh leI jLor pfieaf. ies qrHF mYnUM qyry nvyN bI jI dy GridaF nfl kuJ vfiedy vI krny pey. bVy cMgy qyry ieh bI jI. mYN AuhnF nfl dgf nhIN kr skdf. mYN Aus aOrq df bVf hI irxI hF. Auh myrIaF aOKF smJdI ey qy mYnUM shfrf idMdI ey. mYN kdy kuJ AuhnUM aOiKaF krn vflf kMm nhIN kr skdf.

pr iPr Auh AuqfvlI ho ky Auwqr AuzIkx lwgI. kdy drvfjLf KVkdf, Auh cONk ky AUTdI ik ikqy pfpf jI hI afey hox. kdy kfAuN kurlfAuNdf, Auh sDrfeIaF awKF nfl qkdI ik ikqy AUhdy pfpf jI dy afAux df sunyhfN lY ky afieaf hovy. kdy prFq ivwcoN aftf BuVkdf Auh iewk jfxy dI rotI vwD iqfafr kr lYNdI ik ikqy Aus vyly iqafr kridaF dyr nf ho jfvy.

hF, qyry ivafh bfry Aus ny afK idwqf ey ik mYN cilaf jfvF. jo kuJ sry dy vI afvF. pr iewko vfr bws. so bytI mYN qyry ivafh qy hI afvFgf.

afQx svyry do vyly hux Auh Gr nUM JfVdI pMUJdI. bYTx vfly kmry dy BfrI pVdy vI Auhny afpy Gr Do ley ik DobI sLfied keI idnF mgroN ilafvy. bIbI jI dy buV buV kridaF vI Auh nvF tI sYwt lY afeI.

bVy ipafr nfl qyry pfpf jI.

ies qrHF dIaF hor icwTIaF ilK ky qUM prysLfn nf krIN qy nf hI afpxy bI jI qoN AuhnF dI ipClI ijLMdgI bfry svfl puwC puwC aOiKaF krIN. icwTI pVHidaF iewk vfr qy rjnI nUM roxf af ighaf pr iPr muskrf peI.

Ausy sLfm bVy cfAu nfl Auhny afpxy bI jI nUM afiKaf, bI jI qusIN myrf ivafh kdoN rFqI suwiqaF suwiqaF kdy AuhnUM supnf krogy?” afAuNdf jfxI sony dI bwGI ivwc bYT ky Auhdy pfpf jI afey ny. Auhdy leI bVy hI bI jI do pl hYrfnI nfl Auhdy vwl qwkdy rysLmI kwpVy , moqIaF df hfr qy sohxIaF rhy qy iPr hws pey. PAGE 25


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“suixaF eI lflf blfkI sLfh, srdfr “quhfnUM ikhf sI ies Coty kmry ivwcoN trMk jgjIq isMG iPr kfmXfb ho igaf eI.” truMk kZ idE qy ieQy drbfr sfihb df pRkfsL krfE.” “afho srdfr jI,hwd ho geI ey. ies sLihr ivwc kdI koeI dUjI vyr nhIN sI kmytI df srdIaF ivwc krFgy. grmIaF ivwc qF trMk pRDfn cuixafN igaf. pr jI, jgjIq isMG ieQo bfhr kwZy qF sfnUM koeI luwt ky eI lY hurIN qy sMq afdmI ny, pRmfqmf afp nflL jfeygf.” ho ky AuhnF dy sfry kMm svfrdf hY. “grmIaF afAuNdIaF ny qF srdIaF ivwc srdfr jgjIq isMG qIh bwqI vwirHaF dI Aumr dy iewk AuGy vkIl sn. bcpn qoN hI AuhnF dI Drm vwl rucI sI qy ies krky Dfrimk kMmF ivwc vD cVH ky ihwsf lYNdy sn. gurdvfiraF, skUlF, mjHLbI aKbfrF qy lfiebRyrIaF nUM dfn dyx, ividarQIaF nUM vjLIPy qy myly, kfnPrMsF nUM KuwlHy cMdy dyxf afp df rojL df kMm sI. ies dy nfl afp nUM kOm dy ieKlfk df vI coKf iKafl sI. bfdsLfh jfrj pMjm dI islvr jublI Awuqy rfq dy pRogrfm ivwc izptI kimsLnr ny lVkIaF df pRogrfm vI rwiKaf. srdfr jgjIq isMG ies kMm dy Auwkf hI ivrwuD. zt ky Klo gey qy izptI kimsLnr nUM ikhf ik jy nfc gfxf hoieaf qF ijLlHy dy iswK smuwcy qOr qy ies nfl nf imlvrqx krngy izptI kimsLnr ny hfr mMn leI qy lVkIaF df nfc nf ho sikaf. AwNj jgjIq isMG nUM bhuq vDfeIaF iml rhIaF sn pr ieh sfrIaF AuhnF nUM kuJ PokIaF jfpdIaF sn. kcihrI dy kMm qoN ivhly ho ky Auh afpxy guaFZI vkIl lfl isMG dy Gr gey. lfl isG afp qy Gr nhIN sI pr Aus dI pqnI dlIp Gry hI sI. qy sLfied iesy nUM imlx jgjIq isMG afieaf sI. dlIp iewk pVHI ilKI kuVI lfl isMG dI pihlI pqnI svrgvfs hox qy Aus dI pqnI bxI sI qy hux iqMnF bwicaF dI mF sI. “afE jI, vDfeIaF! awj qy, qusIN qy kihMdy sI koeI Kfs AumId nhIN aYNqkIN?” dlIp ny jgjIq jI nUM jI afieaF kihMdy hoey afiKaf. ‘kuJ quhfzI myhrbfnI hoeI jfpdI ey, AumId qy Gwt hI sI. vyly dy vyly do ihMdU mYNbr iswDy ho gey. “ :mYnUM qy pwkf XkIn sI. iekw lyzIjL klwb ivwc gwl iCVI. mYN ikhf jgjIq isMG ho jfxgy, kMvl kihx lwgI nhIN qUM ivsLPuwl iQMikMg kr rhI eyN. KMz dI borI qy iewk lY idEgy nf hux? ies rfsLinMg ny bhuq qMg kIqf ey.” “bhuqI KMz nhIN KfeIdI. sMvIey qF kIVIaF cVH jFdIaF ny.” “qF kI ey, mYN afpy AuT ky JfV ilaf krFgI.”

, srdIaf afAuNdIaF ny qF grmIaF ivwc. afls quhfzy hwz hwz ivwc ricaf hoieaf ey. jws dy buKfr df kI hfl ey hux?”

“hux qy kuJ lwQf hoieaf sU. rfqIN do ku vjy mYN QrmfmIytr lfieaf qF 106. srdfr jI vI Gr nhIN sn. mYN bVI GbrfeI, afKF zfktr nUM kOx swdy gf, nflLy Aus dy isr qy brP DrF qy nflyL rovF.” “bVI qklIP hoeI quhfnMU. qusF mYNnUM ikAuN nhIN avfjL idwqI?” “iKafl qy mYnUM afieaf sI. pr iPr mYN ikhf lokIN afKxgy iehnUM kI kml pY igaf ey awDI rfqI.” “lokF qoN bVf zrdy E qusIN! cMgf mYN hux, cldf vF.” “clo iqMn sfl qy mOjF kro KF, Pyr vyKI jfvygI. “mOjF qy AuhnUM hox ijs ivwcoN kwZxf hovy. afpF vfsqy qF aYvyN glLfvF eI ey.” ieh afK ky jgjIq isMG bfhr clf igaf. swKxI CfqI BrI BrI jfpdI sI qy pqlf srIr szOl. imAuNsIpl kmytI dI pRDfngI ijwqxf cMgf kMm sI! jIvn ijAux vfsqy hI qF sI. jgjIq isMG df afpxy Gr ivwc idl lfx leI koeI Kfs cIjL nhIN sI. Aus dI CotI Aumr ivwc ivafhI pqnI kuJ sKq suBf dI qy ijLwdI sI. jgjIq isMG dy jF afpxy Gr dy iksy kMm ivwc idlcspI nf lYxf Auh df Kfsf sI. kImqI glIicaF qy aMJfixaF df twtI iPr dyxf, brFizaF ivwc aMbF qy KrbUijaF jF sMqiraF mflitaF dIaf swjrIaF iClVF iKlrIaF hoxIaF, nOkrF qy aFZIaF gvFZIaF nfl inwq inwq dy JgVy, aMJfixaF df nktfeI, kImqI kfgjLF jF ryzIE nflL KHyzdy rihxf koeI idl lOx vflIaF gwlF sn? afpxy Gr ivwc bYTf vI Auh dlIp dy Gr ivc hI iPrdf rihMdf. ijMnF icr dlIp dy GroN kuJ irwDf pwkf nf mMgf ilaf jfey Aus nUM rotI Kfx df jLrf svfd nf afAuNdf. coKy pfhuxy afAux qy Jwt plytF jF tI sYwt AuDroN af jFdy. jy kdI sfP qOlIaF GroN nf inkldf qF srdfr jI dy iesLfrf idMidaF hI nokr dlIp vwl qOlIaF lYx dOV jFdf. ieh CotIaF CotIaF prIiKafvF qy sLuwB ieCfvF Byjx qy mMgvfAux dy qrIky jgjIq isMG nUM bVy cMgy lgdy sn.

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kulvMq isMG ivrk

“Koey kI brP, Koey kI brP” dlIp df Auh plMG qy lytI koeI ikqfb pVH rhI sI. iewk sLYqfn ijhf muMzf hokf idMdf aMdr af Aus dy kmry ivwc af ky jgjIq nUM ies qrHF pRqIq hoeaf ijvyN Qwikaf qy tuwitaf qy jyT viVaf. hfVH dIaF loafN df Buwijaf hoieaf koeI pFDI “ ieh brP qyrI mF ny bxfeI ey,” jgjIq af ky TMZI CfvyN lyt jFdf hY. ikwzI cMgI sI ny afiKaf qy muMzy nUM kuCV cuwk ky cuMm ilaf. Auh, ikwzI isafxI! sLfied ieho ijhy lokF Ausy bwcy ny iewk jgjIq dI aYnk cuwk ky kr ky hI dunIaF ajy qwk kfiem rhI sI. afp lf leI qy sfihb bx ky Aus vwl vyKx do cfr imMt inwkIaF inwkIaF gwlF krn nflL lgf. “iehnUM lfh dy Eey iksy mym idaf Aus dy mn dy klysL Dup gey. puwqrf,” jgjIq ny muMzy nUM iewk polI ijhI kfsmopflItn klwb ivwc awj bsMq df ctfkI mfr ky afiKaf. idn hox kr ky bVI rOxk sI. iewk soPy qy “pfsLo qusIN sfzy dusLmn lwgdy E nf? pfsLo jgjIq, dlIp qy Aus dy pqI df iewk hor imwqr bYTy sn. dlIp dy pqI dIaF gwlF dlIp dI iewk lVkI sI. sLurU hoeIaF. dUsry imwqr nUM iewk purfxI gwl “nhIN” Xfd afeI. “iewk vyr srdfr sfhb iksy nOkrI vfsqy ieMtrivAU dyx gey. sfihb ny “lgdy E, qUM BfvyN jf ky afpxI bIbI jI pwuiCaf – qusIN sO gjL ikMny icr ivwc dOV nUM puwC leIN.” skdy ho? jvfb imilaf—pMjF imMtF ivwc.” qy Pyr: ieh gwl sux ky iqMny hws pey. cfcf jI! bIbI jI ny ieh ipMnIaF GwlIaF gwl qy kuJ swcI hI kIqI Eny ikAuN jo dOVn ny.” ivwc srdfr jI hYn bVy bhfdr.” Auh “Auh qy cUhVI ey asIN nhIN Aus dy hwQF imwqr iewk hor gwl sunfx lwgf. afp vI dOV pey. sB lok awgy lMG gey qy srdfr dIaF ipMnIaF KfxIaF.” jI qy iewk hor vwzf ijhf afdmI ipwCy rih “aF, kdoN cUhVy ny.” gey. jd Auh vzyrf ijhf afdmI vI awgy “qUM bysLwk jf ky Aus qoN puwC lY. afKIN cfcf lMG cwilaf qF srdfr jI ny joVI tuwtdI jI kihMdy ny, qUN cUhVI eyN. jgjIq ny ieh vyK Aus buZy ivcfry nUM Tyzf mfr ky Qwly suwt sunyhfN dy ky ipMnI cuwk ky mUMh ivwc pf leI. idwqf qy afp kwly hI TMZy idl nfl sfry lokF qoN do imMt ipwCoN isry qy afx apVy.” jgjIq dy iewk bwcy ny iewk idn iewk vzmuwly tI sYwt dI cfhdfnI df Zwkx qoV ky sfrf gwl Kqm hox qy dlIp JUTf hfsf hwsdI AuwT tI sYwt nkfrf kr idwqf. jgjIq nUM bVf ky pry zwTy rsfilaF vfly myjL qoN rsflf lYx clI geI. jgjIq vI koeI hor rsflf PVn aPsos sI. dy bhfny AuQy hI af igaf. Auh jfxdf sI “ies qrHF df sYwt qy hor imlxf vI nhIN ik dUsry imwqr ny bhuq mfVI gwl kIqI sI. awj kwlH.” Aus ny bwcy dy nfl cfh pINdI iewk rsflf PV ky Aus ivwcoN byiDafnI afpxI pqnI nUM ikhf. ijhI mUrqF vyKdy hoey jgjIq ny ipafr “qy muMzf cfh vI nf pIey, tI sYwt nhIN nflL puwiCaf—“qusIN ieMnHF gwlF df guwsf qy nhIN kIqf? imlxf qy.” “hor cfh dfnIaF jU hY sn, AuhnF ivwc dy dlIp ny myjL qoN ipCFh ht ky awK Br ky jgjIq vwl vyiKaf qy iPr hyTF iDafn kr dyxI sI.” ky muskrFdI hoeI ny ikhf—“mYN iks gwl “mYN qy nhIN sI nf iehnMU afiKaf peI BMn df guwsf krnf sI? mYN koeI rwb nUM afKx qy dy Zwkx. Qy nf mYN iehnUM ikqoN ipwCoN hI lf nhIN sF geI peI myrf ivafh AuhnF nfl ky ilaFdf sI, peI zolLy ivwc pY ky afieaf ho jfey.” sI myry nfl. Guwt cfh df pIx lwgI sF, vyK nhIN suKfey .ieh Zwkx myry hwzF iwvcoN aslIaq dI ieh Jlk jgjIq nUM KMjr inklx lwgf ey. afAuxgy Brf jI qy lY vFg cwuBI. Auh jfxdf sI ik afpxy pqI idaFgI Zwkx dy pYsy.”qy Pyr muMzy nUM QwpV bfry ieho ijhI gwl iewk jnfnI iks afdmI mfr ky Asu ny ikhf “qy ies mr jfxy nUM qy nUM kih skdI hY. kI Auh Drm dI AulMGxf Kory Jolf hoieaf hoieaf ey. ijhVI sLY PVdf kr irhf sI? kI ieh KHyz jo Auh aYnf icr KHyzdf irhf sI sc muc hI eyzI mihMgI sI? hwQoN suwt idMdf ey.” ijs svY-DoKy dy prdy ipwCy Auh anBol eynf ieh sB kuJ sux ky jgjIq isMG nflL jIvn rs mfxdf irhf sI Aus prdy dy pfVn dy kmry iwvc clf igaf. kuJ dyr afpxI vfly qy Aus nUM kuJ guwsf ijhf af irhf sI. iksmq nUM mMdf cMgf afKx ipwCoN Auh sYr dy “qusF ieh gwl nhIN sI afKxI,bIbI dlIp, vfihgurU! vfihgUrU!” kwpVy pf dlIp dy Gr clf igaf. PAGE 27


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lwCo rfxI cwlI Pfrm

mn ijnHF ny sfiDaf

vsqU

hrbMs kOr bYNs ijAuxf mrnf sPl hY, kMq ijhnF ny pf ilaf.

gurpfl isMG nUr

jfeIey AuhnF dy bilhfrny, ijhnI iewk Ksm iDaf ilaf. mn ijhnF ny sfiDaf, rUhF EhI mfhI vflLIaF. ijhnI mn dIvf bfilaf, AuhnF dIaF rojL idvflLIaF. ho geI ijhnF nUM rosLnI, AuhnI aMDyr imtf ilaf. ijAuxf mrnf sPl hY, kMq ijhnF ny pf ilaf jfeIey AuhnF dy bilhfrny, ijhnI iewk Ksm iDaf ilaf. hoeIaF EhI suhfgxF, jo rihx mfhI dy nflL. jo Drm df pYNzF quridaF, AuhnF dI afp pCfxy cfl.

pRym ijhnF ny pf ilaf, afvy AuhnIM GtIN vYrfg.

jdoN sIjLn byrI df afieaf

by-sLwk vsqU sB nUM Bfvy

vsqU vFg sjfeI jfvy

guxvMqI vI njLrIN afvy

loVvMd nUM Gry bulf ky

Auwkf puwkf lYx dyx dI

ibn sMkoc ivKfeI jfvy

iPr vI mMg mnfeI jfvy

lwCo rfxI cwlI Pfrm jdoN sIjLn byrI df afieaf

sLkl sUrqoN sohxI vsqU

jy ikqy koeI kwc rih igaf

lwCo rfxI…

iPr vI sB ny tohxI vsqU

vsqU bfry sLwk rih igaf

rotI cfh sB Buwl gey, jdoN roaF ivwc pYr tkfieaf.

sws shury aqy irsLqydfrF dyK prK kr ilaFdI vsqU kolLoN pfs krfeI jfvy

Gr afeI TukrfeI jfvy jwg jnxI nUM smJ prfeI

apxy Gr lY jfx qoN pihlF ikAuN ies dI nmfiesL lfeI

jfeIey AuhnF dy bilhfrny, ijhnI iewk Ksm iDaf ilaf. vsqU dy nfl hor vsqUaF rMg AuhnF ny mfixaF, rMgly ijhnF dy Bfg.

gurbcn kOr iZwloN

lVkI iewk vsqU df nF hY

aMg sMg rihMdf AuhnF dy, Auhdf ipafr ijhnF ny pf ilaf. vsqU nUM apnfx qoN pihlF ijAuxf mrnf sPl hY, kMq ijhnF ny pf ilaf.

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dI vI gwl clfeI jfvy

ikwQy geIaF sLrm ihXfvF nUr duhfeI pfeI jfvy.

cfh dIaF Br boqlF, Ehny lMc bfltI pfieaf. bUt pf ky BwjI bfhr nUM, Tykydfr ny hfrn vjfieaf. mwuKVy qy lflI JgVy, jdoN byrIaF cuPyrf pfieaf.

PlYt qy PlYt Br ky, Ehny kfrz pMc krfieaf. glLIaF nUM igx igx ky, AuhnUM zflrF df nsLf cVH afieaf. lwCo rfxI clI Pfrm jdoN sIjLn byrI df afieaf lwCo rfxI… nflL dI nUM puwCdI iPry, dws qUM ikhVf hfr bxfieaf? mYN vI bxf ley Jumky, ds sLfmoN ny kI bxfieaf? mUMh AuWqy afeIaF lflIaF, rfxIhfr bxf glL pfieaf. lwCo rfxI clI Pfrm jdoN sIjLn byrI df afieaf

qlfsL

lwCo rfxI…

lwkI lKbIr gwKV aYbtsPorz

atYcI Br sUtF dy, iPr ieMzIaf gyVf lfieaf.

ijAuxf mrnf sPl hY, kMq ijhnF ny pf ilaf.

ikhVy pfsy jfvF. iewk pfsy qyrf dr hY,

iewk sUt mfsI nUM, dUjf cfcI hwQ PVfieaf.

jfeIey AuhnF dy bilhfrny, ijhnI iewk Ksm iDaf ilaf.

iewk pfsy Auhdf dr hY,

BfbI ruwsI iPry, mYnUM sUt inkMmf iQafieaf.

nfm jpo

iewk pfsy mOq df dr hY, iewk pfsy myrf Gr hY.

lwCo rfxI cwlI Pfrm jdoN sIjLn byrI df afieaf

crn isMG sPrI

Litikaf bYTf hF iewk qMd dy nfl,

lwCo rfxI…

Auh kwcI hY jF pwkI hY?

kuMzlIaF CMd

DMn AuhnF dI bMdgI ijMhnIN ruwisaf kMq mnf ilaf.

nfm jpo ikrq kro,

aMimRq vyly AuwTo Kflsf……

vMz Cko qy dfn kro.

guru duafry dy ivwc af ky,

aMimRq vyly AuwTo Kflsf,

suxo kIrqn mn icq lf ky.

asIN kwcIaF ipwlIaF kMDF nflL,

bldyv suKI rozy 1 rwb bxfeI kfsqoN, aYzI sohxI qUM.

iPr vI Zfsx lfeI bYTy hF,

idwqf Pfhf vwZ, bxfky myry vrigaF nUM.

jF Kud hI imwtI ho jfxY,

myry vrigaF nUM, qwk sLIsLf vI hwsdf,

jIvn df kilafx kro.

Kvry klH dI hoxI ny,

Jurdf ivco ivwc, iksy nUM duwK nF dwsdf.

aMimRq vyly AuwTo Kflsf……

kI Bfxf vrqf jfxY?

kys, kMGf, kVf,

qy Kbry koeI hnHyrI Juwl jfxI aY?

kwC. ikrpfn,

suwky pwiqaF vFg, PuwlF dy PMibHaF vFg

dsm ipqf dy pMj insLfn.

hvfvF dIaF idsLfvF sMg hI cwlFgf.

hoeI Aujfgr rwbI bfxI.

sPrI sfzI ieh ijMd jfn,

asIN vgdIaF hvfvF nUM

cly jfx mihmfn qF smJo sLfmq afeI,

ieh bfxI rqnF dI KfxI,

iehnF df snmfn kro,

nhIN kih skdy ik

kihq kvI bldyv kihxF jfn nf sfnUM,

pVHo qy aiMmRq pfn kro.

aMimRq vyly AuwTo Kflsf……

“qusIN ikhVIaF idsLfvF vwl vgxY?

jfn lYx qwk jfNvdI myrI ipafrI jfnUM.

aMimRqsr iesLnfn kro. nnkfxy dy nUr c nHfvo, ptny sLihr qoN bl bl jfvo . sIs gMj nUM sIs invfvo, qn mn Dn kurbfn kro. aMimRq vyly AuwTo Kflsf… guru gRMQ dI bfq bzfxI,

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gur crnF qy sIs invf ky,

kihq kvI bldyv bx igaf mMn sbwb, qUM hMs mYN kF bxfey donoN rwb. 2 jfnUM jfnUM afK ky pfeI duwKF ivwc jfn, iPr qF jfnm afKdI afAux jdoN mihmfn, afAux jdoN mihmfn qF iejLwq dUx svfeI,


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do hIry blvMq srfˆ (mwdoky)

byrI sIjLn afieaf

gLjLl

mulK rfj bjfj pRymI golyvflf

srI Èihr ivc drdnfk

Ìwul iksy ny mroVy bfgIN mihkdy.

ipCly sfl keIaF qoV ky byrI, ieMzIaf gyVy lfey

jspfl irsLI kiVafl afpxy bxn bygfny qF duwK huMdf hY

Gtnf ivc ivCV gey do

jhfn ho igaf ivrfn mfqf ipqf df,

mihMgf huMdf isAunf dyK,jyvr nvyN bxfey

aYvyN hI mfrn qfhny qF duwK huMdf hY

bicafˆ dy nfm kwuJ bol…

Aumr bqfAuxI sfrI sihkdy.

muMzy kuVIaF ivafhy jf ky PrjL afpxf lfihaf

idl df jfnI vI jd tfl mtol kry

do kImqI cmkdy hIry,

mfqf ipqf dIafˆ awKfˆ dy mmIry-

BYxo vIro kro iqafrI byrI sIjLn afieaf

inwq lfvy nvyN bhfny qF duwK huMdf hY

kOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey.

kOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey

keI ipMz c pfT rKvfAuNdy, puMn dfn hn krdy

sfQI nfl qurdf rfh hI bdl lvy

cfa aqy ÉuÈI dy jÉIry,

ieh awg mMzlfAuNdI Gr Gr qy.

keI krfAuNdy KyHzF jf ky, vfh vfh ipMz dI Ktdy,

dusLmx nfl lfvy Xrfny qF duwK huMdf hY

grIb kuVIaF df ivafh, rcf ky jwg ‘c nfm bxfieaf

ijLMdgI mrn dy vfady jy nf hox vPLf

BYxo vIro kro iqafrI byrI sIjLn afieaf

lwg ky tuwtx Xrfny qF duwK qF huMdf hY

sfl Br dI kIqI imhnq, iksfn Psl AuzIkI jFdy

ibn vjHf hI sfAU ijhy bMdy nUM

Kfd, dvfeI spry krky, PslF isry lgfAuNdy

Brny pYx hrjfny qF duwK huMdf hY

loV ipwkrF dI kfsLqkfrF, pyprF ivwc kZvfieaf

mYKfny dy ivwc bih bih ky vI

kOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey…

BYxo vIro kro iqafrI byrI sIjLn afieaf

KflI rihx pYmfny qF duwK huMdf hY

“srfˆ» dI loko suxoˆ Pirafd nMU.

ijs dy jfxf qoVn byrI, pihlF ryt mkf lo

bfgF dy ivwc PuwlF dy sMg rih ky vI

hfVHf,sfˆB sfˆB rwK lAu Aulfd nMU.

jykr jfxf kfr qy iswDy , gyVf Kyq lgf lo

lwgx jIE vIrfny qF duwK huMdf hY

iPry jLihr qy brUd nMU vycdf-

krnf ijnHF kMm kYnrI irjLmf AuhnF mMgvfieaf

sfrI ijLMdgI mr mr ky kMm krky vI

BYxo vIro kro iqafrI byrI sIjLn afieaf

KflI rihx KjLfny qF duwK huMdf hY

knyzf vrgf mulk nf koeI, dunIafN sfrI kihMdI

idl df jfnI imldf imldf qur jfvy

kOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey Ìul iKVn qoˆ pihlfˆ kumlfa gey. koeI pfxI jLihrIlf jVHIN pf gey. hr moV qy vpfrI KVHfˆ jLihr dfpI gey husn jvfnIafˆ nMU Kf gey. DfhIN roˆdIafˆ BYˆxf dy vIrykOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey, supny mfipafˆ dy cUr cUr ho gey. puwq pqf vI nf lgf kdoˆ Ko gey.

ieh dI ingfH hr glLI hr Gr qy. sdf awlVHfˆ nMU awg ieh BfldIrwKo ingf awKfˆ cfr cfr kr ky. ikMny hI ivafdVHfˆ dy cIry-

syhry bMnHxy sI lfVI dy ivafhux nMU, awKfˆ KoHl ky pCfx lAu jlfd nMU. sfzy sYˆkVy pwuqr DIry DIryqkdIr ny hnHyry `c lko ley. ijhVy bMnHxy sI lfVI dy klIry-

kOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey,

bI sI sUbf sB qoN vDIaf, qot koeI nf rihMdI

sLgnf dy tuwtx gfny qF duwK huMdf hY

kOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey,

do kImqI cmk dy hIry,

vDIaf ryt, lybr Gwt, pRymI qoVn df mn bxfieaf

kivqf

twuty aMbroˆ isqfry sI do tihkdy.

kOzIafˆ dy Bfa ivk gey.

gLjLl

jspfl irsLI kiVafl

BYxo vIro kro iqafrI byrI sIjLn afieaf

kudrq dy kOqk sqvMq kOr pMDyr

pRo: gurBjn igwl dIvy nfl qUPfn lVfeI krdf krdf hfr igaf hY. swc puwCo qF rUM df PMbf, hsqI kImq qfr igaf hY. Dwup qy CF vI myry aMg sMg, duwK qy suwK vI mtrI sLkqI,

afpxy hwQIN vfh lY, afpxy hwQ dIaF lkIrF

BuwKf rotI nUM ijvyN qrsy,

dyK ky aYsf ajb njLfrf,

afpxy afp nf bdlx Xfro ieh ruwsIaF qkdIrF

ipafsf pfxI Kfqr qVPy.

idl hwisaf myrf iKV iKV krky.

glL glL qoN jo Auwcy hoey qoVdy bMDn sfry

rUh dI ipafs buJfvx Kfqr,

ikximx ikximx awKr brsy,

qn dy AuwqoN lfh ky suwtdy jkiVaf jo jLMjIrF

kwZo do pl koisLsL kr ky.

zolH geI ijvyN bwdlI Br ky.

iewk dUjy nUM jo idlbrIaF idwqIaF sI Auh lIrF hoeIaF,

imhnq krdYN BuwKf mrdYN vyK ilaf ajLmf ky

nIly aMbr vwl mYN qwikaf,

Kur nf jfx pqfsy vFgMU,

rUh df korf vsqr, qyrf iewko sLbd lMgfr igaf hY.

KflI hwQIN gwl nI bxnI iqwKIaF kr sLmsLIrF

buwk imwtI df hwQ ivwc PV ky.

boc ley mYN lwpF Br ky.

XfdF dI kMnI nUM PV ky, nksL guafcy lwBdf iPrdF,

qYnUM kuwlI leI do gjL QF nHIN iml rhI

mINh df pfxI vihMdf suixafN,

moqIaF vrgy sI cfeIN cfeIN,

vyK ikvyN pr hIxf pMCI dUr domyloN pfr igaf hY.

jgIrUaF dy kuwiqaF dy nfm jgIrF

ivwc krIkF iqp iqp krky.

cuwk cuwk mYN kfgjL qy Dr qy.

vyK lvo sMsfr myry Gr KolH jbfVy af bYTf ey,

jo vI afvy BfsLx vrqfvy BfsLn iZwz nf Brdy

msq hvfvF lor c afeIaF,

mYN anjfx kI jfxf sfrF,

inwkIaF inwkIaF ikMnIaF hwtIaF,

kd qwk BuwKy iZwz suxdy rihxgy PokIaF ieh qkrIrF? Puwl bUitaF nfl gwlF krky.

kudrq vfry inafry kr qy.

vwitaF sxy zkfr igaf hY.

grIb df bwcf suwkI rwuKI nUM qrs irhf hY ienHF dy lMzU kuwqy rwj ky Kfx bdfmI KIrF

mYN ikAuN zrF hnyHry koloN, BfvyN ieh hMkfr igaf hY. sLfm Zly ikAuN qur jFdF hYN, sUrj vFgUM mfr ky buwkl, qfry rfqIN puwCdy qyrf ikDr mihrm Xfr igaf hY.

idlI avfjL sI idl coN inklI, afsF dI qMd tuwt geI jfpy, kMDF zuskdIaF ny dwisaf, puwq prdysI Gr nUM bfhroN, kuMzy jMdry mfr igaf hY. dyiKaf mYN ieh sB kuJ KVHky. mYN qF cfr huMgHfry Br qy. pMCI Auzx klolF kr kr,

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1506815078

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

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

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myK – rfj drbfr qoN Kqrf, Dn lfB hoky vI hfnI df zr. Krjf vDygf, sMqfn qoN suwK, nIcF qoN apmfn df Kqrf, Xfqrf ivwc cot df zr. jUn 16, 17,25,26 julfeI 5,6,14,15 asLuwB.

You could be encouraged to get involved in something out of the ordinary. You probably won’t get the same enjoyment as anybody who suggests it and should be cautious of it having a draining effect on you. You could feel it is time to upgrade something at home, especially if you think it will be more efficient and save time.

Communication with others will open up or finding the right people for information you are seeking, will fall into place easily. You can also become more certain about things that have no real future or should no longer be pursued as a goal. You have better opportunities than ever to decide on how to make things simpler & easier.

  ibRK – vfXU rog, sLqrU df Kqrf, acfbk ksLt, afriQk sMkt, afpxy likF nfl JgVf, imwqrF qoN suwK, iesqrI suwK hovygf. jUn 18,19,27,28,29,julfeI 7,8,9 asLuB.

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

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imQun – imwqr bMDU suK, ishq TIk rhygI, iesqrI sMqfn ksLt, Xfqrf suKkfrI, mhIny dy aMq ivwc afmdn qoN vwD Krc hovgf. jUn 20,21,22,30 julafeI 1,2,10,11, asLuwB .

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

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isMG – ishq TIk rhygI, imwqr bMDU ksLt, iesqrI suK, kfrobfr ivwc suDfr, jmIn jfiedfd df lfB hovy. jUn 16,17,25,26, julafeI 5,6,14,15 asLuwB.

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

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kMinaf – Kun ipwq rog, BrfvF nfl JgVf hovy, iesqrI pwKo KusLI, kfrobfr ivwc vfDf, Xfqrf qoN sfvDfn, cot df zr. jUn 18,19,27,28,29 julafeI 7,8,9,asLuwB hovygI.

7  Qulf – cot df Kqrf, BfeI imwqr df sihXog, sMqfn qy iesqrI pwKoN KusLI, kfrobfr ivwc suDfr. jUn 20,21,22,30, julafeI 1,2,10,11, asLuwB hovygI.

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

You can feel you are another step closer to being able to do things your way. The need to stand your ground when it comes to your ideas or decisions can arise from someone who expects to have control. Your ability to point out the benefits of your own decisions is strong and you will have other people who agree with your ideas.

The need to pick and choose when it comes to social events is necessary because you will have a lot going on behind the scenes that will need to be attended to. You cannot let daily matters get too out of hand or it will cause you too much difficulty to get things right again. Be mindful of the habit patterns you are putting in place.

You could feel you have learnt a lot about yourself and what is important to you. Knowing what your priorities need to be will increase your confidence when it comes to making decisions. This can be a result of greater insight into future goals that could have taken place since mid May. Listen to those who are encouraging.

Taking a realistic approach to commitments you are prepared to make or in relation to what is expected of you is vital. You need to be careful about the way you respond and rather than take on more, it might be necessary to let go. Creating time for pleasure should become a priority right now. It has to make you happy.

Guard yourself about becoming too optimistic when it comes to what can be gained or accomplished in the future. There will not necessarily be anything that stops you from being able to do this but to increase something in life it is necessary to let something go. You must also ensure it will not lead to conflict in your home life.

There can be someone who agrees with what you want to do but who is not in a position to be open about it. It could be more about the discussion at the moment as it could help you to reflect upon things and perhaps come up with better solutions as time goes on. You will enjoy being able to get away from it all.

Being too straightforward with somebody else when it comes to discussion or wanting them to reconsider a situation will not work well. They will be more agreeable if you find more subtle ways of approaching the subject or putting things to them. They will be open to wanting to see you fulfil something important to you.

Interaction with others can be interesting as well as energising. They will be more inclined to wait and see where you want to take things. However, it may be difficult for you to know exactly where they are coming from. The important thing is for you not to be overly generous when it comes to responsibilities you could take on.

This is a good time for you to set out to make decisions on what you believe will give you greatest enjoyment in the long term. It is likely to include either learning or gathering quite different information, which can include technology in some way. It could take until the end of the year before you finally settle on the action to take.

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krk – vfXU rog, Dn lfB, sMqfn hyqU, iesqrI suwK dI pRfpqI, ivsLysL rUp ivwc kfrobfr suDrygf. jUn 15,23,24,julfeI 3,4,12,13,asLuB.

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

If someone is suggesting that you cut back on some sort of spending, you should listen. If you have been giving too generously on a financial level to somebody else, you should look at cutting this back. Much pleasure can be derived from being out and about or travelling. Don’t get pushed into more than you really want to do.

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ibRsLck – srIrk ksLt, awK qy cot df zr, bMDU suwK, afriQk lfB, gupq sLqrU qoN sfvDfn, mhIny dy aMq ivwc ivsLysL Krc hovygf. jUn 15,23,24,julfeI 3,4,12,13, asLuwB.

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

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DnU – ishq TIk, Dn lfB. Krc aiDk, BfeI bMDUaF df shfrf, kMm jF sQfn bdlx df ivcfr, iesqrI pwKoN icMqf rhy. jUn 16,17,25,26, julafeI 5,6,14,15 asLuwB.

10  mkr – vfXU rog, Dn lfB hoky vI Dn hfnI df Xog, imqrF df suwK, afqimk afVI, Xfqrf ivwc sfvDfnI dI loV, cot df zr. jUn 18,19,27,28,29,julfeI 7,8,9 asLuwB.

11  kuMB – pyt dI KrfbI, gupq sLqrU qoN icMqf, iesqrI pwK qoN lfB hovy, kfrobfr ivwc rukfvt, kMm bdlx df ivcfr, GrylU klysL qoN dUr rho, jUn 20,21,22,30, julafeI 1,2,10,11, asLuwB hovygI.

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

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mIn – ishq ivwc ivgfV, Dn lfB hoky vI hfnI, afpxy lokF nfl eIrKf, iesqrI pwKoN icMqf, kfrobfr ivwc rukfvt kfrn mn dI prysLfnI vDygI. jUn 15,23,24,julfeI 3,4,12,13, asLuwB.

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How to cozy up for the change in weather (NC) Welcome crisp fall weather and the gorgeous colours with a few simple tips that will get you and your home ready for the season.

Update your greenery. Summer florals may be out, but there are plenty of plants that can thrive in fall. Look for low light, low maintenance options, like snake plants, which are budgetfriendly and help reduce toxins in the air. English ivy and Pothos boasting striking tendrils are other great ideas for cheering up your space. Outside, don’t forget to plant bulbs before the ground freezes; tulips, iris, daffodil and lily will bloom nicely in the spring.

Invest in warmth and light. Shorter and cooler days mean you’ll want to create an indoor refuge. Achieve a warm, friendly ambiance with a variety of light fixtures, like wall sconces and string lights. Stock up on wood for the fireplace, which you can stack close by for a rustic cottage vibe. If you don’t have a fireplace, candles are a soothing Prevent seasonal allergies. Give your alternative. Choose seasonal scents like home a deep cleaning and change out apple spice, cedarwood and cinnamon. your furnace filter to keep allergens at Prep your garage. Declutter this space bay. It’s also important to take steps for a smooth transition to the cooler in your car, as contaminants can enter weather. Put away seasonal furniture through the ventilation system and and garden hoses, and break out the become concentrated, exposing pasrake and other tools you’ll need for sengers to higher levels of dust, dirt and fall and winter. And don’t forget to allergens that outdoors. Try using Fram tune-up and service your vehicle. Be Fresh Breeze cabin air filters, which sure to change your oil and oil filter can remove up to 98 per cent of dirt, regularly to prolong the life of the dust and allergens from the air passing engine. Choose one that targets over through your vehicle ventilation system 99 per cent of contaminants, like Fram to improve your driving comfort. Be Ultra which is engineered for use with sure to change your cabin filter once a year or every 24,000 kilometres. synthetic oil.

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holesterol is a waxy substance found in nearly every cell in your body. And while it’s not always bad – your body depends on it to build cells – too much of it can be a real problem. Dubbed ‘the silent killer,’ when cholesterol levels are too high it can put you (especially men) at significant risk for cardiac complications and heart disease with little to no signalling or warning. While genetics does play a role in some high cholesterol, so does diet and lifestyle. And, the good news? High cholesterol and heart disease don’t happen overnight. So with some basic understanding, a blood test to monitor your levels, and some attention to thefoods and supplements you eat on the daily, you can feel good proactively protecting your body[1]. Here’s what you should know. Cholesterol 411 There are two types of cholesterol: “bad,” otherwise known as LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, and “good,” classified as HDL (highdensity lipoprotein) cholesterol. Think of it like this: LDL stands for lousy cholesterol and is the bad one. Both HDL and LDL circulate in the blood. HDL is good because it acts as a scavenger, clearing harmful LDL cholesterol out of your arteries and bloodstream. But when LDL is more prevalent and rises at a greater rate than HDL, it results in a thick hard build-up of the waxy substance in your artery walls, narrowing them and making them less flexible. These build-ups and blockages of arteries are the reason behind many heart attacks and strokes[2]. What Negatively Affects Your Cholesterol The cholesterol in your body comes from two sources: your liver and your diet. Your liver typically produces all the cholesterol that your body requires. Foods, specifically those higher in saturated fats, contribute to the cholesterol levels in your body beyond what’s already being made. This additional cholesterol PAGE 32

sometimes results in levels that are C e r t a i n higher than desirable. Let’s get a bit f o o d s a n d supplements more specific. have been 1. Genetics associated with Diets that are too high in saturated d e c r e a s i n g fats, trans fats and processed foods y o u r L D L and too low in fibre, whole grains, ( “ b a d ” ) fruits and vegetables are the most c h o l e s t e r o l . common causes of high cholesterol. Tw o o f t h e However, one in 250 Canadians m o s t w e l l suffer from an inherited type of known include high cholesterol called familial soluble fibre hypercholesterolemia or FH. FH is f o o d s a n d caused by improper cell signalling omega-3 fats. of LDL cholesterol in the blood and • can be even more dangerous than Soluble fibre: This fibre binds to diet-based elevated cholesterol[3]. If bad cholesterol in the blood and you’re concerned about this or have helps it exit your body more quickly. a family history of high cholesterol, In addition to keeping cholesterol it’s a good idea to chat with your levels in check, more fibre in our doctor and get your cholesterol levels diets helps us maintain a healthy checked. weight by stabilizing blood sugar and helping to regulate appetite. Poor Diet 2. Foods high in soluble fibre include Meat, poultry and full-fat dairy, as whole grains such as rolled oats and well as some oils such as coconut barley, fruits and vegetables including and palm, are all sources of dietary Brussels sprouts and apples (skin is cholesterol. And while these foods good!), beans and legumes. A fibre can contribute positively to your supplement also ensures that you’re health, you probably don’t want to hitting the daily recommended levels. overdo it because they are also high in When you head into your local reflex saturated fats, which are the fats cause store, look for fibre powders that your liver to increase cholesterol include any of the following: flax production. This means that if your seed, psyllium husk, prebiotic inulin body is regulating cholesterol levels fibre from chicory root, organic normally, overconsuming these foods sprouted chia. These powders are could increase cholesterol production typically a simple addition to your in your body to unhealthy levels.[4] morning smoothie or oatmeal, and Diseases Linked to High Cholesterol you’ll be able to find some powders that provide over 50% of your daily High cholesterol is one of the most fibre requirement in one serving. significant risk factors for heart Omega – 3 Fatty Acids: attack, heart disease and stroke. And, • if you add smoking, diabetes or high Omega-3s are fats that your body blood pressure into the mix, your risk depends on from your diet. In recent years, they have been associated is even greater. with supporting cholesterol due to The good news? While cholesterol is their ability to help increase HDL a major risk factor for these diseases, cholesterol and reducing the risk of it’s also a controllable one. This cardiovascular disease. While you means that there are lifestyle habits, can get these fats from fatty fish as foods and supplements that can well as flax and chia, a supplement is all help you naturally lower your typically a smart way to ensure you’re cholesterol. reaching recommended levels. Your Cholesterol Fighting Foods & supp options include fish oil, krill oil, Supplements flaxseed oil, or algal oil.[5]

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• DASH Diet: this goes beyond adding a few supplements to your routine, but instead has you rework your diet. Known as the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet, this diet recommends stricter dietary guidelines like reducing saturated fats to 5% of daily calories, (which means significantly limiting meat, dairy, fried foods and oils). The diet promotes fruits, vegetables, whole grains which are higher in fibre as well as watching sodium[6]. In addition to focusing on a hearthealthy diet, regular exercise works in your favour. A sedentary lifestyle lowers HDL (that good cholesterol), and low HDL means more LDL in your arteries. So, keep hitting the gym and working towards those fitness goals. And remember, while following these diet and lifestyle tips can help control your cholesterol, the best place to start is with your doctor or healthcare provider. It’s critical to get your levels checked to determine the best healthcare regimen for maintaining heart health for you. For more nutrition tips, supplement advice, or workout motivation find us on Instagram, Facebook, or in store at Reflex Abbotsford #103- 2649 Trethewey Street, Abbotsford B.C We are #ReflexAbby. You can also contact Kyle at 604-746-7966.


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sLfied awgy vI kdy itmkdy akfsL ivwcoN muskrFdf qfrf Auhdy Auwqy itmitmfieaf hovygf, pr ies GVI Auhdy afpxy asmfn ivwc isrP iewk bFh dI ivwQ AuWqy AuhnUM iewk qfrf ids ipaf. AuCldI, ilsLkdI, pMGrdI, cUVHI kuVI afpxI DrqI Buwl geI. nIMvF QF ivsr geI. Auhdy jIa ivwc afieaf ik qfry nUM qoV lvy. Auh jfxy jy Auh AuhnUM cuMiDaf dyvy, aMinHaF kr dyvy jF sfV suwty.

“nhIN jI nhIN kuVI ny dlyrI nfl isr CMz ky afiKaf. “ mYN sgoN AuhnUM kwlI imlFgI. mYN AuWcI jyhI ho jfnI aF, jdoN Auh myry nF dy nfl quhfzf nF lYNdI ey. Auh mYnUM BYVI afKdI ey. Auh mYnUM quhfzI XfrnI afKdI ey. mYnUM pqf ey, mYN quhfzI kwuJ nhIN ho skdI. pr Pyr vI Auhdy qfhny mYnUM Pulf idMdy ny ik ieh inkfrI kuVI JUTI swcI quhfzI kuJ smJI jFdI ey. cMgf jI, qusIN hux jfE qy afpxI cUVHI kuVI nUM Xfd rwKxf.”

kuVI ny afpxIaF bfhF kwZ ky myrI vDI bFh duaflLy mIt leIaF, qy myry hwQ dI muwT nfl afpxf inwGf BKdf mUMh joV idwqf, qy mfsUm nYxF dy somy ivwcoN afvfk myrIaF awKF ivwc qwikaf. myrf sflLf prHF jf Kloqf qy guwsy nfl hONkdy ny Aus nUM BYVI cMdrI afiKaf, ijs ny Auhdy srdfr jIjy dy vwzmuwly kpVy iBwt idwqy sn. ijvyN koeI ibjlI asmfnoN kVk peI. kuVI df rMg iewk dm pIlLf ho igaf qy srIr kMbx lwg ipaf. Auhdy kolLoN hwQ Cuwt igaf qy qy Auh dUr afpxI mF nUM iml pYx leI hUMJ poc ky rwKF, jy mYnUM pqf hovy ky Auhdy Auh ro ro afK rhI sI: “mYnUM bKsL idE. pMCI vFg AuWz geI. mYnUM jfipaf, ijvyN mYN sLrimMdI hF. aYzI TMzI ruwq ‘c rfq dy ivwc qusIN kdy JfqI pfEgy.” Aus bhukr vflI kuVI ny myrI afqmf ‘coN vyly quhfnMU myrI cMdrI iBwt DoxI pvygI.” jLfq pfq df aiBamfn hUMJ ky bfhr kwZ svyr myrI ieMJ gujrdI; dupihr khfxIaF suxfn ivwc, qy sMJ vyly mYN afpxy nO virHaF “mYN ieho ijhI koeI gwl nhIN krFgf, qUM idwqf, qy sfrI vft Gr qwk myrI jvfn dy sflLy nflL bfhr sYr krn jfieaf krdf pwk jfxI. mY Auhdf hwQ PV ky bVy afdr CfqI sBnF leI cMgyrI ijLMdgI dy supinaF sF. iewk vfrI asIN ipMzoN azry kwcy koiTaF nfl buwlHF AuWqy Diraf qy afiKaf--- nfl DVkdI rhI. dI iewk bsqI vwl jf inkly. bVy sogI “sgoN cfhnF ky qyrI ieh CUh sdf myry Gr phuMcx dI iZwl sI ik myrI khfxI sfry ijhy iZwly koTy, nf AuhnF ivwc koeI bfrI aMgF Auwqy rhy.” twbr ivwc iPr eI qy sBnF nUM nmosLI ijhI nf Jrnf. rUVI dIaF ZyrIaF dy gMdy sVy af rhI sI. jnfnIaF pihly qF suBfvk pfxI dIaF kflLIaF CwpVIaF QF QF idKfeI qusIN ieh cFhdy ho! KusLI dI acncyq idMdIaF sn. nMgy hwzIaF dy ipMjr bwcy msqI ivwc Aus ny afiKaf--- “qy qusIN iesLk musLk dy imhxy idMdIaF, pr jd sfhmxy imwtI ivwc KHyz rhy sn qy pqly myrf iBwtx vflf hwQ vI cuMm ilaf! hfey mYN kwpVy vtfAuxoN AuWkf ienkfr kr idwqf kwpiVaF ivwc TurkdIaF qIvINaF prly hux mYN kdy afpxy BfgF nUM gflF nhIN qF sBo myry nfl nrfjL ho geIaF. isry AuWqy iewk KUh duaflLy afpxI vfrI kwZFgI, nf mF dI prvfh krFgI. mF myrI pqnI dy ipqf jI nUM bVf duwK hoieaf suxygI qy myry pfsy BMnygI.” qy kuVI ny AuzIk rhIaF sn. qy AunHF afiKaf ik AnHF dy snfqnI ipMz ipCfNh muV ky qwikaf ik koeI mgry nf ivwc AunHF dy juafeI bfbq ieho ijhI crcf myry sfly ny dwisaf ik ieh cUiVHaF dI TwTI ipaf afANdf hovy. bVI mfVI gwl hovygI. mYN vI AunHF dI hflq sI. afpxy sLihr ivwc mYnUM ieho ijhI TwTI vyKx df ieqPfk nhIN sI hoieaf. nrk dI “hnHyr srdfr jI! myrI mF qy mgry peI nUM cMgI qrF smJdf sF. Auh iblkul swcy vsoN sI. Es GVI mYN iewk kuVI nMU KUh AuWqoN afAuNdI ey. pr hux iPkr ikhVI gwl df sn. ies leI BFvyN ajy CuwtIaF hor bfkI sn mYN dUjy Blk hI AuQoN clf igaf. muVdI dyiKaf. Aus dy kdmF dI lck qy ey BFvyN mfr ky mukf eI Cwzy.”

Auh myry sLihr ivwc ivafhI jfx dI cfh krdI sI qF ik bfkI dI Aumr Auh myrf Gr hUMJx dI KusLI lY skdI. mYN Aus nUM AuhdI aBfg brfdrI dy suDfr leI kMm ieh myrI cUVHI kuVI hovygI! mYN afpxy mn krn dIaF rIJF suxFdf. ivwc afKdf qy afpxI izwgI ikqfb cuwk “qd iksy idn qusIN sfzI TwTI ivwc ky pVHn df bhfnf krdf. pr asl ivwc afEgy?” Auh KusL ho ky pwuCdI mYN quhfnUM nfl dI vlgx ipwCoN Cxkx suxdf qy idl aMb dy hyT mMjf zfh idaFgI. pfdrI ivwc XkIn krky KusL huMdf, ik Auh jfx sfihb kdy kdy afAuNdy ny, Auh bVy cMgy ky kMm nUM lmkfAuNdI hY qy JIqF coN myry ny. pr pqf nhIN ikAuN Auh kuJ dUr dUr vl nUM qkdI hY. qy Epry jfpdy ny. pr mYN ikvyN afpxf Gr pr AUeyN iek gusIlI tfhr AuhdI mF dI, QwilEN ivhVy ivwcoN Aus nUM awDI drjn hor koiTaF dI Xfd krf ky eys insLkfm ijhI pRIq KyHz nUM ivgfV dyNdI qy cUVHI kuVI, qyrF virHaF dI mfsUm bflVI, iqwKI iqwKI pOVIaF AuWqrdI aqy afpxy koJy Bfr QilEN sLrmIlI awK nfl myry vwl qwkdI.

jLrf mfsf cMgyry pihrfvy qoN mYN AuhnUM pCfx ilaf. Aus ny vI mYnUM dyK ilaf sI. iek do sikMtF leI Auh KVo geI. iPr CyqI CyqI Gr geI, GVf Cwz ky cFeIN cFeIN dOVdI sfzy vwl afeI.

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rfjDfnI puwjIafˆ mfnsUn hvfvfˆ, pMjfb `c pRI-mfnsUn dI Cihbr dyÈ dI rfjDfnI idwlI ivwc mfnsUn ny dsqk dy idwqI hY . lMGI rfq qoˆ hI idwlI ivwc mIˆh pY irhf hY. AuwDr pMjfb smyq pUry Auwqr Bfrq ivwc agyqIafˆ mfnsUn hvfvfˆ ny mOsm suhfvxf kr idwqf hY . dUr dUr qwk pey mINh nfl iksfnfˆ dy ichry vI iKV gey hn.pMjfb ivwc Jonf kfsLqkfrfˆ dy ichry mIˆh pYx nfl iKV gey hn. iksfnfˆ nUM agyqy mOnsUn Crfitafˆ qoˆ bfad cMgf mIˆh pYx dI afs bwJ geI hY . srkfr vwloˆ Jony dI lvfeI òú jUn imwQx, lybr dI Gft qy ibjlI qy pfxI dI smwisaf kfrn hfly qk Psl bIjx pMjfb ivwc nÈf qskrfˆ leI mOq dI sËf df kMm pUrI qrHfˆ nfl nypry nhIˆ ciVHaf.mIˆh pYˆdf vyK iksfnfˆ ny Jwt trYktr kwZ ley pMjfb srkfr zrwg smgilMg ivwc Èfml puils aPsrfˆ nUM vI nhIN bKsyLgI.AunHfˆ nUM qy Kyqfˆ ivwc kwdU krn lwg pey . nOkrI qoˆ bfhr kwZ idwqf jfvygf. kYbint mMqrI iqRpq rijMdr isMG bfjvf ny dwisaf pfiksqfn `c dsqfrDfrI iswK ny ricaf ieiqhfs ik srkfr CyqI hI nÈy dy DMdy ivwc Èfml puils aiDkfrIafˆ nUM nOkrI qoˆ brKfsq krygI.ies dOrfn nOjvfnfˆ nUM nÈy ivwc Dwkx dy doÈ ivwc zIaYspI dljIq isMG aqy hYwz pfiksqfn dy lfhOr `c iewk AurdU cYnl `c iek pgVIDfrI iswK nOjvfn ny inAUË aYˆkr kMstybl ieMdrjIq nUM nOkrI qoˆ brKfsq kr idwqf igaf hY aqy nÈf qskrfˆ dI mdd bxn df mfx hfsl kIqf hY.KYnr pKqUnvfh sUby dy ÈMglf iËly df òø sflf hrmIq dy afrop ivwc mogf dy sInIar puils kpqfn rfjjIq isMG nUM qbdIÜ kr idwqf igaf isMG pÈqo, pMjfbI,AurdU,ihMdI qy aMgryËI dI muhfrq rwKdf hY. hrmIq ny krfcI dI hY .mItiMg ivwc sihmqI bxI hY ik nÈf qskrfˆ nUM mOq dI sËf sbMDI kfnUMn iqafr AurdU XUnIvristI qoˆ pwqrkfrI dI aYmey krn qoˆ bfad kuJ sfl ieslfmbfd dy iewk krn leI kyˆdr nUM mnËUrI leI Byijaf jfeygf . cYnl `c bqOr irportr kMm kIqf. ies qoˆ bfad Aus dI ilKx klf ,pRBfvI sKÈIaq qy Aus dI afvfË AusnUM aYˆkr dI nOkrI idvfAux `c shfeI sfibq hoeI.

aPgfinsqfn `c mry iswKfˆ dI surwiKaf leI aYsjIpIsI krygI kyˆdr kol phuMc kYtpn srkfr leI vwzI musIbq KVHI krngy aiDafpk

aPgfinsqfn dy Èihr jlflfbfd ivwc rfÈtrpqI nfl mulfkfq krn leI jf rhy kfPly `qy awqvfdIafˆ vwloˆ kIqy hmly dI ÈRomxI gurduafrf pRbMDk kmytI dy pRDfn BfeI goibMd isMG lOˆgovfl ny sKq Èbdfˆ ivwc inMdf kIqI hY . kmytI aPgfinsqfn `c vsdy iswKfˆ dI surwiKaf XkInI bxfAux leI kyˆdr srkfr kol vI phuMc krygI . lONgovfl ny ies hmly nUM aPgfnisqfn srkfr dI nfkfmI krfr idMidafˆ ikhf ik duwK dI gwl hY ik AuwQy iswKfˆ dI surwiKaf nhIN kIqI jf rhI . BfeI lOˆgovfl ny ikhf ik aPgfinsqfn ivwc iswK BfeIcfrf gurU nfnk dyv jI dy smyˆ qoˆ vsdf af irhf hY AuwQoˆ dI qrwkI qy KuÈhflI ivwc iswKfˆ df vwzf Xogdfn irhf hY .

bMdI isMGfˆ nUM muafvËf dyx leI rfËI hoieaf kyˆdr afpRyÈn blU stfr dOrfn joDpur jylH ivwc nËrbMd kIqy gey kYd kwt ky afey iswK kYdIafˆ nUM kyˆdr srkfr ny vwzI rfhq idwqI hY . modI srkfr ny adflq dy hukmfˆ muqfbk afpxy ihwsy dI muafvËf rfÈI jfrI krn df PYslf kIqf hY . aMimRqsr dI adflq ny cflI kYdIafˆ dy hwk ivwc srkfr nUM muafvËf dyx df PYslf suxfieaf sI . ies qoˆ bfad kyˆdr srkfr ny aMimRqsr adflq dy PYsly nUM pMjfb qy hirafxf hfeI kort ivwc cYlMj kIqf sI . pr hux jfrI suxvfeI dOrfn kyˆdr srkfr ny hlPnfmf dy ky muafvËy df pYsf irlIË krn dI hfmI BrI hY .

kYptn vwloˆ afpxy ivDfiekfˆ nUM Pfiedf dyx vfly PYsly dI zf[gfˆDI ny KolHI pol pMjfb srkfr vwloˆ afpxy ivDfiekfˆ nUM Pfiedf phuMcfAux leI ñùõò dy afiPs afP pROiPt kfnUMn `c bdlfa krn dI afm afdmI pfrtI dy sfbkf lIzr qy lok sBf sMsd mYˆbr zfktr DrmvIr gfˆDI ny iqwKI inMdf kIqI hY.ies bfry gwl kridaf gfˆDI ny ikhf ik iek pfsy pMjfb kroVfˆ rupey df krËfeI hY qy dUjy pfsy pMjfb dy muwK mMqrI afpxy ivDfiekfˆ nUM nfl rwKx leI AunHfˆ nUM aijhy kfnUMn df Pfiedf dyky vwK vwK ahuidafˆ qy sYwt krn `c lwgy hoey hn.AunHfˆ ikhf ik pMjfb kYbint `c ivsQfr qoˆ bfad kYptn ny afpxy nfl KPf hoey ivDfiekfˆ nUM mnfAux leI ieh kdm AuTfieaf hY .

aiDafpkfˆ ny iPr kYptn srkfr iKlfP morcf KoÜH idwqf hY . sfˆJf aiDafpk morcf pMjfb ny jlMDr dy dyÈ Bgq Xfdgfr hfl `c sUbf pwDrI knvYnÈn ivwc aYÜfn kIqf ik kYptn srkfr afpxy sfry vfaidafˆ qoˆ muwkr geI hY. ies leI srkfr iKlfP iqwKf sMGrÈ ivwiZaf jfeygf. aiDafpk lIzrfˆ ny ikhf ik mwuK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG ny ò÷ apRYl nUM morcy nfl mIitMg krky smUh mMgfˆ pRqI hfˆ pwKI huMgfrf idwqf sI .AunHfˆ ny Èfhkot Auwp cox df hvflf idwqf sI ik ô jUn nUM muV mIitMg krky mMgfˆ dy hwl df aYlfn kIqf jfeygf. hux srkfr mIitMg krn qoˆ ipwCy ht geI qy zMg tpfAU nIqI afpxf rhI hY . jQybMdI ny aYlfn kIqf ik òô julfeI nUM muwK mMqrI dy Èihr pitaflf nUM sMGrÈ df kyˆdr bxfieaf jfvygf qy moqI mihl vwl vfhn mfrc kIqf jfvygf.ies dy nfl hI ö agsq nUM pitaflf `c sUbf pwDrI pwkf morcf lfieaf jfvygf.

rfxf gurjIq dy Kulfsy mgroˆ kYptn dyx asqIPf ÈRomxI akflI dl ny mMg kIqI ik sfbkf kYbint mMqrI rfxf gurjIq isMG vwloˆ lfey gey ielËfmfˆ mgroˆ pMjfb dy muwK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG nUM qurMq asqIPf dy dyxf cfhIdf hY . pfrtI dy bulfry zf[ dljIq isMG cImf ny ikhf ik rfxf gurjIq vwloˆ pMjfb ivc niÈafˆ qy iBRÈtfcfr bfry jo Kulfsy kIqy gey hn ,AunHfˆ nUM sux ky hr ivakqI dy lUM-kMzy KVHy ho gey hn . ieh ivcfr pMjfb ivwc kfˆgrs rfj dy burI qrfˆ PylH ho jfx qy sUby ivc jMgl rfj hox dy puKqf sbUq hn. rfxf gurjIq ny ikhf hY ik eyQy iksy dI koeI nhIN suxdf.

sivws bYˆkfˆ `c BfrqIafˆ dy pYisafˆ `c byqhfÈf vfDy `qy ivroDIafˆ ny modI srkfr nUM Gyirafˆ

modI srkfr ny notbMdI qy bynfmI jfiedfd kfnUMn vrgy sKq kdmfˆ dy bfvjUd sivws bYˆkfˆ ivwc BfrqI lokfˆ dy pYsy ivwc bIqy sfl dy mukfbly õú PIsdI df vfDf hoieaf hY . ies Klfsy qoˆ bfad modI nUM ivroDI iDrfˆ smyq AunHfˆ dI afpxI hI pfrtI ny Gyiraf hY . bIjypI dy sInIar nyqf subrfmnIam ny iqwKy Èbdfˆ `c ikhf ik ijwQy dunIafˆ Br df sivws bYˆkfˆ `c isrP ó PIsdI pYsf izpOiËt hoieaf hY AuwQy hI iekwly BfrqIafˆ df ieh õú PIsdI hY . kfˆgrs dy nyqf rxdIp surjyvfl ny tvIt krky modI srkfr qy hmlf dmdmf sfihb qoˆ muwK mMqrI dI iKcfeI boilaf hY AunHfˆ iliKaf ik sivws bYˆkfˆ `c BfrqIaf df pYsf õú PIsdI vD ky ÷úúú qKq sRI dmdmf sfihb dy jQydfr igafnI hrpRIq isMG ny pMjfb dy mwuK mMqrI kYptn kroV rupey ho igaf hY . amirMdr isMG ny gutkf sfihb dI shuM cuwkx vfly kMm df noits ilaf hY . igafnI muwK mMqrI nfl mulfkfq dI mMg hrpRIq isMG ny ikhf ik gutkf sfihb dI JUTI shuM Kfxf afpxy afp ivwc iewk byadbI hY .jQydfr ny ikhf ik iswK Drm ivwc shuM Kfx dI koeI prMprf nhIˆ hY .AunHf ikhf ik BgvMq mfn qy suKpfl Kihrf dI agvfeI ivwc afm afdmI pfrtI dy vPd ny Ëordfr ies vkq pMjfb `c nÈy kfrn bhuq sfry nOjvfnfˆ dI mOq ho rhI hY .srkfr nUM cfhIdf pRdrÈn dy rUp ivwc aYmaYÜey hostl qoˆ muwK mMqrI dI irhfieÈ vwl kUc kIqf. hflfˆik hY ik Auh nÈy qy nÈy dy vpfrIaf iKlfP sKq kdm cuwky . iËkrXog hY ik kYptn `afp` dy ies mfrc nUM cMzIgVH puils ny rsqy ivwc hI rok ilaf qy afm afdmI pfrtI amirMdr ny biTMzf `c ñõ dsMbr òúñõ nUM kIqI `sdBfvnf rYlI` ivwc styj qoˆ gutkf df Pvd hux Blky muwK mMqrI nfl mulfkfq krygf.ipCly smyˆ ivwc pftoDfV hoeI `afp` sfihb hwQ ivwc PV ky shuM cuwkI sI ik Auh muwK mMqrI bxn dy cfr hPiqaf dy aMdr ny ies vfr iewkjuwtqf df muËfhrf kIqf.Drny ivwc afm afdmI pfrtI dI sInIar sUby `coˆ nÈy nUM Kqm kr dyxgy . lIzriÈp smyq sfry ivDfiek smyq vrkr vI mOjUd sn PAGE 34


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gurbKsL isMG pRIqlVI jfiedfd dI sMsQf mnuwKI jIvn dI AuwnqI pr jdoN Auh mr jfey, EdoN Aus dI sMqfn dI iewk mMijLl hY. ies ny mnuwK ivwc sMjm df Aus jfiedfd Auwqy, isvfey ividaf qy dI isPq pY d f kIqI, vzy r y kM m F leI prvirsL dy, hor koeI hwk nf hovy. ieh srmfieaf pYdf kIqf hY. pr ijs qrHF jfiedfd isrP jfqI syvf dy ievjL ivwc hoxhfr ividafrQI ikqfbF pVHdf, mukFdf jfqI inafs sI. sMqfn afpxy hwk jLfqI syvf qy nvIaF CuhMdf jFdf hY, Ausy qRHF agFh nfl bxfey. cMgI ividaf qy cMgI prvirsL vDdI mnuwK jfqI vI sMsQfvF bxFdI, lYxf hryk cMgy bwcy df hwk hY, BfvyN Auh iqafgdI qy nvIaF df arMB krdI rihMdI amIr dy Gr jF grIbF dy jMimaf hovy. ies hY. ijhVf ividafrQI iewko ikqfb Auqy gwl dI ijMmyvfrI kOm dy isr hY. atikaf rihMdf hY, Auh jmfqF nhIN cVHdf. bwicaF leI jfiedfd Cwzxf kfnUMnI qOr jfiedfd dI sMsQf ny jo kuJ mnuwK nUM dyxf sI. Auh dyr df dy cuwkI hoeI hY, hux ies qoN AucyrI iksy sMsQf df iDafn krnf cfhIdf hY. sLKsLI jfiedfd qoN AUcyrI avsQf sFJI sMsfr pRIq mMzl hY, ijs ivwc sfrI dunIaF mnuwK dI sFJI jfiedfd hovygI.

BgvMq mfn ny niÈafˆ dy muwdy `qy kYptn qy bfdl nUM Gyiraf pMjfb `c nÈy dI lpyt `c afey idn nOjvfn mOq df iÈkfr ho rhy hn pr pMjfb dy muwK mMqrI ajy vI iehI ibafn dy rhy hn ik pMjfb `c icwty df koeI nÈf nhIN hY . kYptn dy ies ibafn `qy afm afdmI pfrtI dy nyqf BgvMq mfn ny kYptn nUM inÈfnf bxfAuˆuidaf ikhf ik muwK mMqrI phfVfˆ `c rihMdy hn ijs kfrn Auh pMjfb dI aslIaq qoˆ vfkP nhIN hn. mfn ny nfl hI akflI dl nUM vlyHtidafˆ ikhf ik suKbIr bfdl vI iehI kihMdy hn ik pMjfb `c icwtf nhIN hY iPr afey idn nOjvfnfˆ dI mOq ho rhI hY aqy jo vIzIEË sfhmxy af rhIafˆ hn Auh ikwQoˆ af rhIafˆ hn.kYptn `qy vrHidaf mfn ny ikhf ik zyZ sfl ho igaf hux srkfr vI ienHfˆ dI hY puils vI ienHfˆ dI pr iPr vI koeI kfrvfeI nhIN kIqI geI .

sLKsI jfiedfd nUM rwd krn qoN ieh Bfv nhIN iksy nUM sMjm dI pRyrnf hI nf hovy. do afdmI iewko ijMnI qnKfh lYNdy hn. iewk afdmI jLrUrq nfloN vD KFdf hY, vD Kfx krky bhuq ibmfr huMdf hY, bhuq ibmfr hox krky kMm Gt krdf hY, Krc vloN qMg rihdf hY, qy kdy krjLfeI vI ho jFdf hY. dUjf afdmI sMjm nfl KFdf hY, vrijsL qy jIvn dI bkfiedgI nflL ishq cMgI rwKdf hY, bhqu kMm krdf qy bhuq mjLdUrI kmFdf hY, Auh Xog imafr kfiem rwK ky vI kuJ bcFdf hY. ieh bwcq kuJ sflF ivwc coKI rkm bx jFdI hY. ies rkm nfl Auh iewk sucwjf ijhf Gr bxFdf hY, jF dunIaF dI sYr krdf hY, jF iewk sohxI ijhI lfoebRyrI KrIddf hY. kI ieh jfiedfd smJI jfeygI? kI ies Auwqy Aus df hwk nhIN hoxf cfhIdf?

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Province cracking down on money laundering The Attorney General has released the Peter German report on antimoney laundering, and announced that the government has begun implementing the 48 recommendations in an effort to put an end to the flow of dirty money into British Columbia’s casinos.

nos, as well as other sectors of the was reviewed for B.C. economy. privacy concerns “The failure was not of one entity or and accordingly, person, but of the system. Fortunate- G e r m a n s e n t ly, there are fixes which will prevent government a recasinos from being used in the future vised version on as a tool for money laundering,” said June 19, 2018. German. As an indepenThe report makes 48 recommenda- dent reviewer, it tions, nine of which the government was at all times has implemented. The remainder of within German’s the recommendations are in the initial stages of implementation, or are being reviewed by government in preparation for further action.

“The German report paints a troubling picture of government that didn’t respond effectively to pervasive money laundering in B.C. casinos. German found they didn’t effectively detect, prevent or prosecute it — they turned a blind eye to it,” said David Eby, Attorney General. “Money laundering isn’t a victimless crime. It’s linked to the opioid crisis, “The era of inaction and denial is and deaths on our streets. It’s linked over. We are moving immediately to to skyrocketing housing costs that get dirty money out of B.C. casinos.” are pushing people out of our comGerman found that large-scale, trans- munities,” said Eby. “It will take time national money laundering has been to undo the damage done to B.C.’s occurring in B.C. casinos. He also international reputation, but we aren’t highlighted how organized crime waiting to get started.” used the “Vancouver model” to take The German report was first received advantage of Lower Mainland casi- by government on March 31, 2018. It

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proving your gum health. Best of all, new models like the ProtectiveClean from Philips Sonicare notify you when you’re pressing too hard. With features like smart sensor technology, you can even track, analyze and improve your oral hygiene routine all 2. Get a better toothbrush. While we via a connected app. fill our homes with smart TVs, connected tablets and virtual assistants 3. Stock your cupboards. Makfrom Google and Amazon, it’s funny ing extra trips to the grocery store to think that some of us still use a and cooking more will help you manual toothbrush. By upgrading to stay healthy in two important ways. an electric toothbrush, you can re- Firstly, you’ll indulge in less takemove up to seven times more plaque out. Secondly, you will take greater while whitening your teeth and im- responsibility for what you’re eating.

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amily dynamics have changed 150th last year – we still have reason – no longer is the nuclear fam- to celebrate! ily considered the “norm”. We invite you to celebrate Family Now there are blended families, and Community with us August 3-5. Come and see the RCMP Musical Ride perform daily with Salutes to various first responders, the new Dock Dog show where YOU can enter your family pup in a water competition, watch the new Dally & Spanky show where best working parents, co-parenting, an entire generation who values volunteerism and community participation. This is the family of today, and Agrifair is an integral part of enriching family life in our diverse and inclusive community.

torsports Arena action with demolition derby and the thrilling FMX bike guys, Pro Wrestling, Antique Farm Machinery demos, the multitude of 4-H exhibitors and competitors, LEGO and Shooting Star Midway. NOT enough? How about evening concerts? Friday is a showcase of MultiCulturalism, Saturday headliner JoJo Mason, Sunday a Praise in the Park time closing with Citizen Way. Still not satisfied; how about all our strolling entertainment? There is just too much to read about. Check our

website for details and keep watching because we keep adding to the CELEBRATION for FAMILIES and our COMMUNITY! Families: 10 and under are FREE!! Full pricing on web. Abbotsford Agrifair the best little country fair……on earth! agrifair.ca

Community neighbors are coming closer together, feeling the need to be a part of something bigger, something important. Agrifair takes the role of community leader very seriously and celebrates our past and embraces the future through fun, family events and education. People are bombarded with so much negativity in the world – day to day and minute to minute, Agrifair’s board of directors and staff friends (a Jack Russell terrier rides felt that after celebrating Canada’s a Shetland Pony) perform as part of the Horse show, try your hand a being a “lumberjack” while watching the Laughing Logger show and on Saturday only the Logger Sport Competition. We haven’t forgotten about the family returning favorites featuring the Racing Pig & Duck show, Mo-

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Anything is possible with strong will, tough mind : Kangana Actress Kangana Ranaut, who will be seen in a never seen before avatar in new video campaign for fitness brand Reebok, says that a strong will and tough mind can make anything possible. "Shooting for this video was physically challenging but with a strong will and tough mind anything is possible. It is all about training the mind to succeed and overcome fears. The idea was to deliver my best and make the workout seem as real and ripped on camera."This high intensity driven exercises demanded physical strength and I realized how my fitness regime in real life helped me portray them in reel life too," she said.Unlocking true human potential through the power of fitness, the brand has released a series of videos featuring brand ambassador Kangana. The actor, who is known for donning off-beat roles and redefining conventions, is seen flipping tires, doing handstand pushups, box jumps, kick boxing and is even seen doing monkey bar exercises on a scaffolding. Talking about these videos, Silvia Tallon, Senior Marketing Director, Reebok India, said: "Kangana aptly depicts the importance of fitness in defying the odds and rising above the challenges through her rigorous workout, her fitness levels are inspiring and that is clearly visible through these videos."

I can do more than just glam roles : Amruta Khanvilkar A demure and subservient housewife Munira in Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi to a sensuous and psychotic serial killer Lovina in Hungama’s web series, Damaged, and the bubbly and ‘prankster’ wife of Manoj Bajpayee’s character in John Abraham’s upcoming Satyameva Jayate, Amruta Khanvilkar has constantly been reinventing herself and cannot be boxed into any one mould. For a long time that wasn’t the case. “I cannot express how grateful I am. For a long time, I was typecast by the Marathi industry and given roles where I had to dance and look beautiful. I’m not complaining it happened but I wanted more,” says 33-year-old Khanvilkar, who decided that she didn’t want to be restricted to one kind of role anymore.When the National Awardwinning film Katyar Kaljat Ghusali happened, Khanvilkar thought she had proven herself. “It was the chingari, the spark. But it was very shocking for me that despite that, I was offered no meaningful work by the Marathi industry,” she says.Khanvilkar wanted to be more than “just a glam doll”. “That’s what one of the newspapers wrote about me. And till today, a lot of them address me that way. It disturbs me as I had been typecast for a long time. Honestly, I am a very ordinary looking Marathi girl and I can do more than just glam roles. Isn’t it ironical that I was getting these strong characters to play in Hindi films but in the Marathi industry, it was the same old stuff,” says Khanvilkar.

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Marriage not on my mind : Arjun

Arjun Kapoor's grandmother Nirmal Kapoor wants him to tie the knot soon, but the actor says he has no plans to get hitched in the near future. Arjun, who turned 33 on June 26, received a message from his granny on his birthday. He shared a snapshot of it on social media recently and wrote, "When your dadi's gift is a threat and request along with a bribe and command, all rolled into one (sic)."When quizzed about his wedding plans at an awards gala over the weekend, the actor said, "I believe in the institution of marriage. I will share the news when it happens."He added, "I want my sisters, Anshula, Janhvi and Khushi, to get married first.

There is time for me," he said. "Recently, there were two marriages in the family [cousins Mohit Marwah in February and Sonam Kapoor in May]." The actor, who was honoured with the Entertainer of the Year award at the event, is now looking forward to the release of Janhvi's Bollywood debut, Dhadak. "The kind of love Janhvi has got from the trailer of Dhadak, I hope that continues after the film's release. She is someone who is passionate and wants to entertain the audience through her work. She wants to do good work. I hope she outdoes the expectations that has been bestowed on her," he said. On the work front, Kapoor will be next seen in Namastey England, Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, India's Most Wanted and Panipat.

Industry is acknowl- Vicky Kaushal on Sanju: edging the imporLearnt a lot, grew a lot tance of scripts: Vicky Kaushal, who has been giving Bollywood buffs a dose of his Anjum Rajabali versatility as an actor, feels blessed with In the last two decades, screenwriter Anjum Rajabali has showcased an expansive range. His filmography includes the action film China Gate (1998), crime thriller Ghulam (1998) and Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit-starrer drama Pukar (2000), among others. If he delved into history with The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002), Rajneeti (2010) saw him blend current events with a mythological undertone. The writer was recently seen in Veere Di Wedding, having replaced his writer’s hat for an actor’s chair. He played Kishan Puri, Kareena Kapoor’s father in the film. Rajabali has also been a very vocal champion for the screenwriters’ rights in the industry and has lobbied for changes in the Copyright Act that may benefit writers in the near future. Currently on a break in Croatia and Bosnia, he talks about the transition, the challenges of being a writer and why evolution is the only way to survive for a writer.

all the appreciation coming his way for Sanju. He says it's a project he has learnt a lot from professionally and personally too. Vicky has been lauded in recent times for his performance in films like Raazi and Love Per Square Foot. With Sanju, the praise has only got a big boost. "Overwhelmed, humbled and feel truly blessed. Thank you for all the love! Feel so lucky to have got the chance to work with legends in this beautiful film. Learnt a lot, grew a lot... not only as an artiste, but as a human being as well. So grateful", Vicky said.Rajkumar Hirani's Sanju, on the life of actor Sanjay Dutt, features Vicky as the lead character's friend. Sanjay's role in the movie is essayed by Ranbir Kapoor. Vicky's work in the movie has been appreciated by film fraternity members like Karan Johar, Varun Dhawan, Arshad Warsi, Aamir Khan, Meghna Gulzar and Shabana Azmi among others.


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Friday, July 6th, 2018

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C «‘º«√¡ª ”⁄ ω∂◊∆ “Ïz‘Ó√Â” : ‰Ï∆

‰≈¡ Á≈ √ÎÒÂ≈ È≈Ò ’∞fi ÒÀ‰≈-Á∂‰≈ È‘∆∫ : Á∆«Í’≈

Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ √‡≈ Á∆«Í’≈ Í≈Áπ’ØÈ Á≈ Ó≥ȉ≈ ‘À «’ Ó≈È«√’ ‰≈¡ Á≈ «¬√ È≈Ò ’∞fi ÒÀ‰≈-Á∂‰≈ È‘∆∫ ‘À «’ Â∞√∆∫ «’≥È∂ √ÎÒ ‘ØÕ «¬≥‡«Ú¿± ”⁄ Á∆«Í’≈ È∂ ¿∞√ √Ó∂∫ ‰≈¡ È≈Ò ¡≈͉∆ ‹≥◊ ˘ Ô≈Á ’∆Â≈ ‹Á ¿∞‘ ¡≈͉∂ ’∆¡ Á∂ ‡ΩÍ ”Â∂ √∆Õ Á∆«Í’≈ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ B@AD ”⁄ Ï‘∞ ’∞fi ‘Ø«¬¡≈Õ ÒØ’ª ˘ Òº◊Á≈ √∆ «’ Í∂Ù∂ Á∂ «Ò‘≈˜ È≈Ò «¬‘ Ó∂∆ «˜≥Á◊∆ Á∂ √Ì ÂØ∫ ⁄≥◊∂ Ú«∑¡ª ”⁄Ø∫ «¬’ √∆Õ¿∞Ȫ∑ «’‘≈ «’ «¬√ Á∆ «⁄Â≈ÚÈ∆ Á∂ ’ج∆ √≥’∂ ȑ∆∫ ‘È, «¬‘ ‘Ø «◊¡≈ Â∂ «¬√ Á≈ «¬√ È≈Ò ’∞fi Ú∆ ÒÀ‰≈-Á∂‰≈ È‘∆∫ ‘À «’ Â∞‘≈‚∂ ’ØÒ «’≥È∂ ÍÀ√∂ ‘È ‹ª Â∞√∆∫ «’≥È∂ √ÎÒ ‘ØÕ «ÎÒÓª Á∆ ◊ºÒ ’∆¬∂ ª Á∆«Í’≈ ‹ÒÁ ‘∆ Ùz∆Á∂Ú∆ Á∆ «ÎÒÓ Á∂ ∆Ó∂’ ”⁄ Ș ¡≈ √’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ «ÎÒÓ “ÍÁÓ≈Ú” Á∆ √ÎÒÂ≈ ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á Á∆«Í’≈ «ÚÙ≈Ò Ì≈ÁÚ≈‹ Á∆ «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ ’≥Ó ’È Ú≈Ò∆ ‘ÀÕ «ÎÒ‘≈Ò ¡‹∂ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ ”Â∂ ’≥Ó Ù∞» È‘∆∫ ‘Ø«¬¡≈, «’¿∞∫«’ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ Á∆«Í’≈ Á∂ ’Ø-√‡≈ ’À∫√ Ú◊∆ Ï∆Ó≈∆ È≈Ò ‹»fi ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ «ÎÒ‘≈Ò √ØÈ≈’Ù∆ «√È‘≈ Á∆¡ª «˜¡≈Á≈ «ÎÒÓª Ò◊Ì◊ «‘º‡ ‘ج∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ ¿∞√ Á∆ ¡À’«‡≥◊ ¿∞‘ Òß‚È ”⁄ ¡≈͉∆ Ï∆Ó≈∆ Á≈ «¬Ò≈˜ ’Ú≈ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ ¿∞µÊ∂ ‘∆ Ú∆ ÒØ’ª ˘ ’≈Î∆ Í√≥Á ¡≈¬∆ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞‘ ¡◊Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ “‘ÀÍ∆ «Î Ì≈◊ ‹≈¬∂◊∆” Á∂ È≈Ò-È≈Ò «ÎÒÓ Á∂ «ÈÁ∂Ù’ «ÚÙ≈Ò Ì≈ÁÚ≈‹ Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ ‹ÁØ∫ º’ “’Òß’” Â∂ “ÁÏ≥◊ C” «Úº⁄ Ș ¡≈¬∂◊∆Õ «¬È∑ª «ÎÒÓª ”⁄ ¿∞√ Á∆ È≈ «√Î ÁÓÁ≈ ̱«Ó’≈ «¬Î≈È «√‘ÂÓ≥Á ‘Ø ’∂ Ú≈Í√ È‘∆∫ Í ¡≈¿∞∫Á∂, ¿∞ÁØ∫ º’ «ÎÒÓ ‘À, √◊Ø∫ ¿∞√ ˘ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º Á∂ ‡ΩÍ ’Ò≈’≈ª È≈Ò ’≥Ó ’È Á≈ ÓΩ’≈ Ú∆ «Ó«Ò¡≈ ‘ÀÕ Í∂Ù ‘È ¿∞√ Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ È‘∆∫ ‘ØÚ∂◊∆Õ È≈Ò ‘ج∆ ◊ºÒÏ≈ Á∂ ’∞fi ¡≥Ù :

Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ Á∂ ≈’√‡≈ ‰Ï∆ ’Í» Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ ¿∞Ȫ∑ Á∆ ¡≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ “Ïz‘Ó√Â” C «‘º«√¡ª «Ú⁄ ω∂◊∆Õ ‰Ï∆ «¬È∑∆∫ «ÁÈ∆∫ ¡≈Ô≈È Óπ÷‹∆ Á∂ «ÈÁ∂ÙÈ «Ú⁄ ω ‘∆ «ÎÒÓ “Ïz‘Ó√Â” «Ú⁄ ’≥Ó ’ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ ’È ‹Ω‘ «È«Ó «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Ú⁄ ‰Ï∆ È≈Ò ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ ̺‡ ¡Â∂ ¡«ÓÂ≈Ì Ïº ⁄ È Ú∆ «Á÷≈¬∆ Á∂‰◊∂Õ‰Ï∆ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ ÓÀ∫ ⁄≈‘∞≥Á≈ ‘ª «’ «¬‘ «ÎÒÓ ¤∂Â∆ ÂØ∫ ¤∂Â∆ ÒØ’ª Á∂ √≈‘Ó‰∂ ¡≈Ú∂ ¡Â∂ ÒØ’ «¬√ ˘ «ÁÒ ÷ØÒ∑ ’∂ «Í¡≈ È∂ Áº«√¡≈ «’ ¡≈Ô≈È F √≈Ò ÂØ∫ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ Á∂‰Õ Í«‘Ò≈ «‘º√≈ ‘∆ √≈˘ Á»‹≈ ¡Â∂ Â∆‹≈ ”Â∂ ’≥Ó ’ «‘≈ ‘À ¡Â∂ È≈Ò ‘∆ ¿∞√ È∂ √ͺه «‘º√≈ ω≈¿∞‰ «Ú⁄ «‘≥Ó Á∂ √’∂◊≈Õ ‰Ï∆ ’∆Â≈ «’ «¬‘ ’ج∆ √πÍ‘∆Ø «ÎÒÓ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ

«’√Ó Á≈ √≈Ê ‘ØÚ∂ ª ω∂ ◊ºÒ : √ØÈ≈’Ù∆ * “‘ÀÍ∆ «Î Ì≈◊ ‹≈¬∂◊∆” È≈Ò Â∞√∆∫ ÎπºÒ ’≈Ó∂‚∆ ‹ΩÈ ”⁄ ’ÁÓ º«÷¡≈ ‘ÀÕ «’‘Ø «‹‘≈ ‹Ï≈ «‘≈? - «Ï‘Â∆È Â‹Ï≈ «‘≈Õ «¬‘ √≈Ò B@AF «Úº⁄ ¡≈¬∆ «‘º‡ «ÎÒÓ “‘ÀÍ∆ «Î Ì≈◊ ‹≈¬∂◊∆” Á≈ √∆’ÚÒ ‘À , «‹√ «Úº ⁄ Ì≈ ¡Â∂ Í≈«’√Â≈È Á∂ ¡≈Í√∆ «ÙÂ∂ ˘ ÏÛ∂ ÚË∆¡≈ „≥◊ È≈Ò Á√≈«¬¡≈ «◊¡≈ √∆Õ ¡√Ò «Úº⁄ “‘ÀÍ∆ Ì≈◊ ‹≈¬∂◊∆” Á∆ √’√Àµ√ ˘ Á∂÷ ’∂ Ó∂’√ È∂ «¬√ Á≈ √∆’ÚÒ Ï‰≈«¬¡≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ √∆’ÚÒ ”⁄ Â∞‘≈˘ ‚ÏÒ ‘ÀÍ∆ Á≈ ‚ؘ Á∂÷‰ ˘ «ÓÒ∂◊≈, «’¿∞∫«’ «¬√ Ú≈ «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ ‚≈«¬È≈ Í∂∫‡∆ Á∂ È≈Ò ‘ÀÍ∆ Á∂ «¬º’ ‘Ø «’Á≈ ”⁄ ÓÀ∫ «Á√ª◊∆Õ * Â∞‘≈‚∂ ‘ºÊ «Úº⁄ ¡◊Ò∂ √≈Ò Á∆ ÒßÏ∆ ¿∞‚∆’ Ú≈Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ “’Òß’” Ú∆ ‹∞Û ◊¬∆ ‘ÀÕ ’∆ ’«‘‰≈ ⁄≈‘Ø◊? ∂ - «¬√ «ÎÒÓ Á≈ «‘º√≈ ω ’∂ ÓÀ∫ Ï‘∞ ¿∞ÂÙ≈‘ ‘ª, «’¿∞∫«’ «¬√ Á∆ √‡≈ ’≈√‡ Ù≈ÈÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ÓÀ∫ «¬≥È∂ √≈∂ ‘À≈È∆ ‹È’ ÒØ’ª È≈Ò ’≥Ó ’È ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ Ï‘∞ ¿∞ÂÙ≈‘ ‘ª, ÷≈√ ’ ’∂ √≥‹∂ ÁºÂ √ È≈Ò ÓÀ∫ “√È ¡≈Î √Á≈” «Úº⁄ ’≥Ó ’∆Â≈ √∆, Ï≈’∆ √≈∂ ’Ò≈’≈ª È≈Ò ÓÀ∫ Í«‘Ò∆ Ú≈ √’∆È Ù∂¡ ’ª◊∆ ¡Â∂ «¬√ ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ ØÓª«⁄ ‘ªÕ Ó≈Ëπ∆ Á∆’«Ù ‹∆ Ó∂∆ ÓÈÍ√≥Á ¡Á≈’≈≈ ‘ÈÕ ¿∞È∑ª È≈Ò «¬º’ ‘∆ ÍÁ∂ ”Â∂ Ș ¡≈¿∞‰≈ ¡Â∂ «ÎÒÓ Á∂ ¡ÀÒ≈È ”⁄ ¿∞È∑ª ÂØ∫ ·∆’ Ï≈¡Á Ó∂≈ Ȫ¡ ¡≈¿∞‰≈ Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ √ÈÓ≈È Ú≈Ò∆ ◊ºÒ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ «¬«Â‘≈√’ ‚≈Ó≈ «ÎÒÓ Á≈ «ÈÁ∂ÙÈ ¡«ÌÙ∂’ ÏÓÈ ’ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ Ó∂∆ Ò∞’ Ú∆ Ó∂∆ ¡º‹ º’ Á∆ «’√∂ Ú∆ Ò∞’ ÂØ∫ Í»∆ Â∑ª Úº÷∆ Â∂ Ù≈ÈÁ≈ ‘ØÚ∂◊∆Õ Áº √ «Á¡ª «’ “’Òß’” «Úº⁄ √≥‹∂ Áº  Â∂ Ó≈Ëπ  ∆ Á∆’«Ù Ó≈Â≈«ÍÂ≈ Á∂ «’Á≈ «Úº ⁄ Ș ¡≈¿∞‰◊∂,

¡≈«ÁºÂÔ Â∂ Ú∞‰ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ÓÂ∂¬∂ Ì≈Úª Á∆ ̱«Ó’≈ ”⁄ «Á√‰◊∂Õ * √π‰È «Úº⁄ ¡≈«¬¡À «’ «’√∂ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ Â∞√∆∫ ’∆È≈ ’Í» ˘ «ÍÒ∂√ ’ «ÁºÂ≈ ‘À? - «ÏÒ’∞Ò ◊Ò ◊ºÒ ‘ÀÕ ÌÒ≈ ’∆È≈ ’Í» Ú◊∆ √Ê≈Í ¡Á≈’≈≈ ˘ Ó∂∂ Ú◊∆ ‘∆Ø«¬È «’Ú∂∫ «ÍÒ∂√ ’ √’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ ¡√Ò «Úº⁄ ¡≈Ù»ÂÙ Ø ◊ØÚ≈∆’È È∂ Ó≈·∆ «ÎÒÓ “¡≈ÍÒ≈ Ó≈È∞Ù” Á∂ «‘≥Á∆ ∆Ó∂’ Ò¬∆ ’∆È≈ È≈Ò ◊ºÒ ’∆Â∆ √∆, Í ’∆È≈ È≈Ò ¿∞È∑ª Á∆ ◊ºÒ È‘∆∫ ω √’∆ ¡Â∂ Ï∂ÏØ È∂ «¬√ ∆Ó∂’ Á≈ «‘º√≈ Ï‰È ÂØ∫ «¬È’≈ ’ «ÁºÂ≈Õ ’∆È≈ ÂØ∫ Ȫ‘ √π‰È ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ¿∞Ȫ∑ È∂ Ó∂∂ È≈Ò √≥Í’ ’∆Â≈Õ ÓÀ˘ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ √«’z͇ ’≈Î∆ Í√≥Á ¡≈¬∆ ‘À, Í ¡‹∂ ’∞fi Î≈¬∆ÈÒ È‘∆∫ ‘Ø«¬¡≈Õ * √ÒÓ≈È ÷≈È È≈Ò “ÁÏ≥◊ C” Á∆ ’∆ ÍzØ◊Àµ√ ‘À? - “ÁÏ≥◊ C” ¿∞µÂ∂ Ú∆ ¤∂Â∆ ’≥Ó Ù∞» ‘؉ Ú≈Ò≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ Ò¬∆ Ó∂∆ Ò∞’ «¬’ÁÓ ÈÚ∆∫ ‘ØÚ∂◊∆Õ ÓÂÒÏ «Í¤Ò∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª «Úº⁄ Â∞√∆∫ ÓÀ˘ ÏÁÒÁ∂ Á∂÷ ⁄π’ º ∂ ‘Ø, ‘∞‰ «¬√ «Úº⁄ ÓÀ˘ Í»∆ Â∑ª ÏÁ«Ò¡≈ ‘Ø«¬¡≈ Á∂÷Ø◊∂Õ «¬√ «Úº⁄ ÓÀ∫ ‘∆ √ÒÓ≈È Á∂ ¡≈ÍØ«˜‡ Ș ¡≈Úª◊∆Õ * Â∞√∆∫ Ù∞» ÂØ∫ ¡º‹ º’ Ï‘∞ ⁄≥◊∆¡ª ’∞Û∆¡ª Á∂ Í≈˜∂«‡Ú «’Á≈ ‘∆ «ÈÌ≈¬∂ ‘ÈÕ ‹∂ ÈÀ◊∂«‡Ú «’Á≈ «ÈÌ≈¿∞‰ Á≈ ÓΩ’≈ «ÓÒ∂ ª «ÈÌ≈˙◊∂? - ‹∂ ¡«‹‘≈ ’ج∆ «’Á≈ Ó∂∂ √≈‘Ó‰∂ ¡≈¬∂◊≈, «‹√ ”⁄ Ó∂≈ «’Á≈ ÈÀ◊∂«‡Ú ‘ØÚ∂◊≈ ¡Â∂ ÓÀ∫ ÷πÁ ˘ ¿∞√ «’Á≈ «Úº⁄ «Îº‡ Ó«‘√»√ ’ª◊∆, ª ÓÀ∫ ˜» ¿∞√ «’Á≈ ˘ ’È≈ ⁄≈‘ª◊∆Õ Ó∂∂ «ÍÂ≈ È∂ Ú∆ ÈÀ◊∂«‡Ú «’Á≈ª ≈‘∆∫ ¡≈͉∆ ͤ≈‰ ω≈¬∆ ‘À, ª ÓÀ∫ Ú∆ «¬√ Â∑ª Á∂ ’∞fi «’Á≈ ˜» ’È≈ ⁄≈‘ª◊∆Õ * ’∆ «’√∂ ÷≈√ Â∑ª Á∆ «ÎÒÓ ‹ª «’Á≈ Â∞‘≈‚∆ Í«‘Ò ‘À? - ÓÀ∫ «¬√ ◊ºÒ ”Â∂ ÌØ√≈ ’Á∆ ‘ª «’ √≈˘ Ú∆ ÓΩ’≈ «ÓÒ‰≈ ⁄≈‘∆Á≈ ‘À «’ ¡√∆∫ ¡«‹‘∂ ØÒ ’∆¬∂, ‹Ø ÒØ’ª Á∂ «ÁÓ≈◊ «Úº⁄ ÏÀ· ‹≈‰ ¡Â∂ ÒØ’ ¿∞√ ˘ «˜≥Á◊∆ Ì Ô≈Á ’ÈÕ «‹≥È∆ ¿∞‘ Ó∂Ò ¡À’‡ ‘∆ ’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ «¬‘ Ï‘∞ ⁄≥◊∆ ◊ºÒ ‘À «’ ¡Ωª ”Â∂ «ÎÒÓª «Ò÷∆¡ª ‹≈ ‘∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ

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3 common air pollutants lurking in your home (NC) While our homes are supposed to be safe spaces, there are a few everyday pollutants that we need to watch out for. Check out common culprits as well as tips for purifying your space: Dust danger. The dust we wipe off our countertops, crevices, furniture and floors is made up of mostly dead skin. If that’s not gross enough, microscopic living organisms known as dust mites live off these skin cells. Many people are allergic to dust mites, and they can even trigger an asthma attack in some. The remainder of dust is comprised of things like pet dander, rodent waste, paint particles, pollen, bacteria, viruses, plant and insect parts, heavy metals or even cigarette smoke and flame retardants.

smells by spraying an air freshener or lighting a candle, that only adds more toxins to the air you breathe. Pet dander. Even the most ardent animal lover would admit their pet smells. Aside from the odour and the other “fun� stuff they track into the house, pets also carry dander, a common allergy trigger for most people. Fortunately, you can improve the air quality in your home, while keeping your pet.

Consider getting a connected air purifier, which can let you monitor your indoor and outdoor air quality via a smartphone app. Your best bet is the Philips Air Purifier Series 2000i, which captures 99.97 per cent of particles that pass through the filter. It’s proven to reduce allergens, odours, VOCs and Household products. Chemical-laden even certain bacteria. products can have a big impact on your home’s air quality. Things like Experts also recommend cleaning your household cleaners, detergents, sham- home regularly, turning the hood fan on poos and fabric softeners emit volatile while cooking, opening your windows organic compounds (VOCs) into the a couple times of day, and limiting your air. While many of us try to mask bad use of candles and air fresheners.



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he 8th annual Indian Summer Festival brings global arts and culture to venues across Vancouver from July 5-15, presenting a continent-spanning range of awardwinning artists, world-renowned musicians and international visionaries to explore this year’s festival theme “Mythmaking.” People have always longed to know where we come from, why the world came to be and why things are the way they are. And so, for millennia, we have sat around fires, gathered under trees and in hillside amphitheatres, weaving stories that account for the unseen forces that shape our lives. It is our fictions that define us, our ability to generate and believe in a collective myth that makes us unique as a species. Our myths can be large and existential, but also central to the way we function — whether the many creation myths that explain our existence and define our identities, or the more functional fictions of the concept of money, or the concept of the nation that allow us to operate on common ground. ISF 2018 takes on this massive theme and examines ten centuries of human imagination and storytelling. We present a continent-spanning range of artists, from the inheritors of ancient oral storytelling traditions to genre-defying musicians, awardwinning novelists, and provocative visual artists. A few of the musical highlights of the festival include: Confluence - Saturday July 7

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07 July 2018, 21:30 - 07 July 2018, Crescent Rd 23:59 Va n c o u v e r, BC Canada Imperial, 319 Main St Vancouver, BC BC V6T 1Z1 V6A 2S9 Canada https://www. https://www.indiansummerfest.ca/ indiansumevent/confluence/ merfest.ca/ Jarrett Martineau, charismatic host event/livingof ‘Reclaimed’ on CBC curates a legends/ galaxy of potent voices from around http://bit.ly/ the world with his customary eclecISFlivinglegtic, finger-on-the-pulse vision. Be ends prepared for an unforgettable night celebrating the power of the lyric in Kutiyattam is literature and music, moving from the oldest surviving form of ancient haunting hybrids of word and song, Sanskrit theatre. It is a visually arrestto ecstatic percussion-driven ballads. ing, percussion-driven dance theatre that has been performed for more What does an interweaving of South than a thousand years in the temples Asian, Indigenous, Black, and Queer of Kerala, the lush coastal state in stories of love and resistance look southern India. Carefully preserved like? What myths have we inherited and passed on by communities of trathat give rise to new imaginings of ditional performers for over ten cenliberation? Confluence unfolds the turies, Kutiyattam has been declared stories we have always told, continue by UNESCO as a ‘masterpiece of the to tell, and those we have yet to speak oral and intaninto being, in the fight to envision gible heritage new worlds. of humanity’. Featuring performances by: The world- Acclaimed Anishinaabeg writer r e n o w n e d and musician Leanne Betasamosake N e p a t h y a Simpson (This Accident of Being troupe brings Lost) with Juno nominated cellist Cris this ornate and Derksen, singer-songwriter Ansley mesmerizing Simpson and guitarist Nick Ferrio. piece of cultural heritage Caribbean-American poet and t o We s t e r n performer Aja Monet (My Mother Canada for Was A Freedom Fighter). the first time, - Too Attached (Vivek Shraya and as part of the Shamik Bilgi), IN Magazine’s 2018 17th World Sanskrit Conference, hosted by UBC Asian Studies in colCanadian Artists To Watch. laboration with Indian Summer Fes- Jhalaak, a new project by Juno tival. They will present an adaptation award-winning sound of Bali-vadham, a pivotal episode designer Adham Shaifrom the timeless Sanskrit epic Ramakh, composer Rup Sidyana. Traditionally, this production hu and members of could go on for a week or longer, but Sufi music supergroup it has been adapted for the modern Rajasthan Josh. stage to a three-hour performance in L i v i n g L e g e n d s - Sanskrit with English subtitles. Monday, 9th June All through the performance is the 09 July 2018, 20:00 thundering presence of the mizhavu - 09 July 2018, 23:00 drums, a character in themselves, at times whispering, at times roaring, Chan Centre for the creating a sonic landscape against Performing Arts, 6265 which the actors perform their deli-

cate and subtle hand, face and eye gestures. This is a rare chance to witness what is perhaps the world’s oldest living theatrical tradition, performed by master practitioners of the art. Come early for an introductory talk at 7pm by Prof. Dr. Heike Oberlin (included in your ticket) on the complex techniques of this ancient theatre.

Book your tickets here (http://bit.ly/ ISFlivinglegends) Hariprasad Chaurasia In ConcertSaturday July 14, 2018 14 July 2018, 20:00 - 14 July 2018, 22:00 The Orpheum, 601 Smithe St Vancouver, BC V6B 3L4Canada https://www.indiansummerfest.ca/ event/hariprasad-chaurasia-concert/ This extremely rare concert presents a true icon of Indian music. Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia is acknowledged worldwide as the absolute master of the North Indian bamboo flute or bansuri. He studied under


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such names as Pandit Bholanath and the legendary Annapurna Devi, to become one of the most respected soloists in the world. He has worked with the legends of Indian classical music, as well as collaborated with the likes of George Harrison, Jean-Pierre Rampal, and Yehudi Menuhin. His album

Chaurasia uses the dynamic contrasts of his breath to create intriguing rhythms that take the bamboo flute to new expressive heights. Accompanied by noted flautist Jean-Christophe Bonnafous and tabla maestro Pandit Subhankar Banerjee, Pandit Chaurasia will present a span of compositions, from the lighthearted to the deeply spiritual, effortlessly combining Indian and European musical influences. This is the undisputed master of the bansuri, breathing eight decades of life experience into the instrument that has been his inseparable companion. Songs for Scheherazade - Sunday July 15, 2018 15 July 2018, 16:00 - 15 July 2018, 19:00 Ismaili Centre Burnaby, 4010 Canada Way Burnaby, BCV5G 1G8 Canada

Making Music, with John McLaughlin, Jan Garbarek and Zakir Hussain, is described by critics as “one of the most inspiring ever-recorded albums of East-West fusion”.

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https://www.indiansummerfest.ca/ event/songs-for-scheherazade/ Scheherazade, the fictional narrator of One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights), is one of literature’s

greatest creations. Scheherazade and her stories – Alladin, Sinbad, Ali Baba – are a touchstone of Arab culture, that have been passed on over generations and have influenced storytellers the world over. In this unique event, the Allegra Chamber Orchestra (ACO), one of the only all-female professional orchestras in the world, will pay tribute to Scheherazade and the spirit of storytelling she embodies. Noted sitar player and composer, Mohamed Assani composes original music as well as other arrangements for sitar and ten members of the ACO. Together, they honour the numerous women storytellers whose art is our inheritance, as well as the artistic contributions of the Islamic world to our shared narratives.

Lifestyle tips for healthier eating (NC) Today's on-the-go lifestyles and the abundance of tasty, tempting fast food options can make sticking to healthy eating goals challenging. But maintaining a nutritious and appetizing diet can be easier than you think. The College of Family Physicians of Canada's Prevention in Hand website offers one-stop-shopping for current information from numerous healthcare organizations to support your individual wellness, healthy lifestyles and the prevention of chronic diseases. Here is what some of their resources say about helping you and your family make good nutrition choices: Make a plan. Take a few minutes on the weekend to plan out healthy meals and snacks for the upcoming week, including brown bag lunches for work and school. Having the dishes planned and ingredients purchased will encourage you to follow through on smarter eating and avoid reaching for the vending machine. Find friendly fats. It's a myth that all types of fat are bad for your body. Healthy fats and oils help us absorb nutrients and add flavour to foods. Opt for natural fats from avocados, nuts and seeds, and oils like olive, coconut and flaxseed. Make it a ritual. Research shows that eating together as a family can help you make better food choices, so try to enjoy at least one meal together every day.

If varying work and school schedules prevent you from eating together, try breakfast together instead of the traditional family dinners. An omelet bar loaded with veggies is a fun and nutritious way to start your day.

The concert will take place in the stunning formal gardens of the Ismaili Centre, Burnaby and will begin with a high tea service, included in your ticket. Treat yourself (and a friend!) to this lovely event on July 15. Book your tickets here- (http://bit.ly/SongsforScheherazade) This festival promises to be the most eclectic, exciting and nourishing two weeks in Vancouver this summer. Check out the full lineup: www.indiansummerfest.ca

Canadian oats satisfy breakfast eaters here and around the world (NC) From steel-cut to rolled, quick-cooking and instant oats, this cereal crop is versatile and has made its way into the morning routines of many. Oats are low in fat, very low in cholesterol and sodium, a good source of fibre and phosphorus, and a very good source of manganese.

While growers used to primarily grow oats for our own country, the crop has transformed into a major export crop over the last three decades. In fact, about Eat the rainbow. Enjoying a variety of fruits and 70 per cent of the oats grown here are exported. vegetables with all the colours of the rainbow ensures you receive lots of vitamins, nutrients, fibre and an- One of Canada’s major advantages is its large base tioxidants. Aim for at least one dark green and one of agricultural land, which makes it possible to grow orange piece of produce every day. an abundant and affordable food supply for us while Try a meatless Monday. Avoid foods that are high also producing enough to send to countries around in sodium, fat or cholesterol and go with healthier the world. options with natural ingredients and nutrition – fresh But like most cereal crops, farmers have to manage fruit, vegetables or grains. Try a Meatless Monday with protein sources like lentils, beans and tofu. Re- a variety of insects, weeds and diseases that threaten duce your sodium intake by seasoning dishes with oat crops. Without pesticides, Canadian farmers would grow about 20 per cent less oats. Fortunately, herbs and spices rather than salt. all pesticides used here have been approved by Find more information at www.preventioninhand. Health Canada and we can rest assured that the food com we are eating is safe.

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Abbotsford Volleyball Shooting Tournament 2018 Organized By:

Abbotsford Volleyball Shooting Club Abbotsford, BC THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS

Freight X Transport, Jagroop Sidhu, Atlas Entertainment, Chamkaur Singh Sidhu, Fruiticana Abbotsford, New Millennium Tire Centre Ltd Surrey, SSD Contracting, Excellence Excavating Ltd, New Millennium Tire Centre Ltd Port Kells, Rupinder Davesher Realtor, Apna Landscaping services Ltd Canex Building Supplies Ltd, Ravi Boparai, Swan Roofing Ltd, Nice Roofing Ltd, Bison Plumbing Ltd, Amandeep Rai, Shivdeep S Brar Realtor, Cross Rivers Const Homes Ltd, Brali Ent Inc, Saving Hands Financial Solutions Inc, Gurjeevan Sidhu, K Bajwa Trucking Ltd, Westend Trucking Ltd, Pardeep Grewal, Simran Grewal, B Task Transport Ltd, Terry Sidhu Notarial Services Inc

Sohan Singh, MD Transport, R Sandher Trucking, Manminder Singh Gill, Pardeep Singh Uppal, Sarbi Dhami, JR Truck Repair, G&H Trucking Ltd, Narinder Singh Sran, MP Tire Abbotsford, Harnek Mahal, SSA Presurewash, Sandeep Singh Dhillon, Gill Noor Electrical Ltd, Gurdev Dhaliwal, 1081206 BC Ltd, 0969008 BC Ltd, Iqbal Hans, Amandeep Dhaliwal, Jatana Truck&Trailer, Boss Plumbing & Heating Ltd, Gilco Plumbing, Jagdish Singh Brar, Sarpanch Sahib, St Gas and Heating Ltd, Amritpal Aulakh, Baljit S Dhillon, Dalveer Singh, Royal Roofing, Jasrup Ent Ltd, Bhupinder Sidhu, Blue Star Roofing Ltd, Baljinder Sangha, Birjpal Singh Grewal, Akal Gardens Ltd

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GLIMPSE OF 2018 COPS FOR CANCER EVENTS AT KALGIDHAR GURDWARA

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"Sell with Confidence, Buy with Trust" JUST LISTED

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33970 Car Lin Lane Central Abbotsford 5 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom DUPLEX

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$809,900

$729,999

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$535,000

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778-242-SOLD (7653)

“I come from a background of sales, customer service and business management. I thrive to provide my clients with exceptional service and results. With the benefits of my large network, unique marketing plan and diligent work ethic, I take pridein my abilities of having your property SOLD!”

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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 12 Years Experience!

and Master Medallion 2006-2014

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Visit our Website for more pictures & New Listings www.teamelite.ca info@teamelite.ca 604-859-2341

NEW "Homes Coming Soon in Abbotsford & Maple Ridge!"

COMING SOON

"20 Homes located on East Side of Abbotsford starting at $1.1 Million." "6 Coach Homes in Auguston coming June 2018 starting at $1.1 Million." "17 Homes in Auguston, some lots with greenbelt, starting at $1.2 Million."

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31039 Southern Drive

30929 Sandpiper Drive

$825,000

$829,000

Newly renovated Basement suite 5,800 Sq.FT. Lot

LD

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31905 BLUERIDGE DRIVE

$849,900

3316 SAANICH STREET, Abbotsford, BC

$ 369,000

$625,000

This well kept house is located on a corner 6,000 sq.ft lot and is close to all amenities. There is a view of a greenbelt on the side of the house. Owner did some recent upgrades with new laminate floors and new painting giving the house a nice finishing. Large driveway allowing for RV parking. Close to UFV, Hospital, Abbotsford Center and easy access to freeway.

32656 Marshall Rd $ 679,900

Custom built 2 storey house with security cameras on a house over 3100 sq.ft. Main floor has high 10 ft ceilings and basement has 9 ft high ceilings. Driveway is extra wide, making it convenient for RV parking. Huge custom kitchen, with built in coffee table and quartz counter tops in the whole house. House has air conditioning and full fenced backyard.

Well maintained rancher on huge 8400 sqft lot with big 660 sqft shop.This solid 3 bedroom rancher features vaulted livingroom ceiling. covered patio,

36061 Emily Carr Green

24271 112 Avenue, Maple Ridge 7,700 SQ.FT. HOME SUBDIVIDABLE 4398 N Auguston

$ 950,000 This new home is a must see that is located on a lot over 4,000 sq.ft. There is a total of 4 bedrooms and 4 washrooms in the whole house. House has a very cozy feeling in it with quality appliances and chef like kitchen. Great location that is close to all amenities and walking distance to nearby park. Basement has a rec room for upstairs usage along with a nice open bar to entertain

WITH PLANS READY FOR A TRIPLE GARAGE HOUSE IN TOWNLINE AREA

$ 960,000 This spacious corner lot has a lot to offer both inside and outside the house. It has extra windows that gives the home great lighting and main floor has 10 ft. ceilings. The floor plan is designed to give

Home you can subdivide into 2 or 3 lots 4 bedrooms home close by King rd / Jackson elementary school

31531 Upper Maclure Rd . Lot for sale . Can build 5000 sq. ft. house

LOT FOR SALE WEST ABBOTSFORD 24265 112 Avenue, Maple Ridge 8296 204 Street, Langley

LOT FOR SALE WEST ABBOTSFORD.

$ 695,000

2357 Bevan Crescent $ 1,099,000

Mission Hospital is steps away from this amazing house sits on a lot close to 8,000 sq. ft. with plenty of room for RV parking in the front along with a spacious backyard. Roof and water tank is in good and working condition. Rancher has 4 bedrooms and 2 washrooms. Central location that just minutes from Lougheed Highway. Great holding property or build your dream home.

Amazing corner lot with 2 driveways. House is in mint condition with new kitchen cabinets, new paint, new baseboard and laminate flooring. House has 5 bedrooms and 3 washrooms. Owner has made other upgrades to water tank and furnace as well. Great neighborhood and is close to Rotary Stadium and walking distance to all levels

Ready to build your dream, look no further as this lot that is over 5,400 sq.ft and plans allow for a legal suite. House plans are available to view that has 6 bedrooms and 4 bedrooms accommodating any size family. Great location that is

33412 KILDARE TERRACE, Abbotsford

Spacious 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom corner unit with granite counter tops. House has a lot of natural light. Great tenants that kept the property in mint condition. This is a good investment or perfect for a first time buyer. Good location that is walking distance to nearby shops and schools.

32146 HILLCREST AVENUE, Mission, BC

$748,800

$ 625,000

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216-2955 Diamond Crescent,Abbotsford

5 bedroom 4 bathroom 2 bedroom legal suite

This amazing corner house sits on a lot close to 8,000 sq.ft. House has 3 bedrooms and 2 washrooms on the main floor. 2 bedroom legal suite and 1 bedroom unauthorized suite for financial support. Nice open layout, solid built with a lot of natural lighting in the house. Only minutes away from Abbotsford's High Street Center and other amenities.

"Townhome sites available in Langley, Mission & Maple Ridge"

$1,025,000 Gorgeous 2 storey house with a basement is located in one of the more desirable neighbourhoods of Langley. Designed for comfortable living. House has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Quality finishing with high ceilings and spacious

LD

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$ 1,000,000

3897 Brighton Place

Parkway

$ 1,150,000

$ 809,900

This house is a must see as it implements smart home technology that can be controlled by your very own Ipad. The house has 4 bedrooms upstairs with a custom built shower in the master bedroom along with built in alarm system, built in vacuum, fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer.There is a 2 bedroom unauthorized suite in the basement plus a legal 589 sq. ft. coach home that has its very own hot water heat, fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer for extra income.

Superior built home located in East Abbotsford that offers exceptional quality and design! Approximately 2900 Sq ft home. Designer color scheme, great attention to detail and finishing throughout the home with beautiful kitchen cabinets, quartz countertops and 10-ft ceiling on the main floor for an open, spacious feeling

240 STREET FARM FOR SALE

24279-112 Ave

$ 970,000

. Close to 5 acres of LD bare land SO . Build your dream house or nice hobby farm

36076 Emily Carr Green

$ 850,000 LD

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DEEP DHILLON

HARJINDER DHILLON

dIp iFloN 604.832.0480

hdhillon@live.ca

Ph: 604-864-0666 • Fax: 604-864-0668 Toll Free: 1-866-967-0666

Call Today for your Free Market Evaluation!

#110- 30485 Cardinal Avenue, Abbotsford BC V4X 2M9

FEATURED LIST

3789 Coachstone Way, 3363 Horn St Abbotsford Abbotsford Creekstone on the Park". Well-kept Custom built 2 storey w/walk-out basement backing onto green space. Very private setting. Many updates. 3 bedrooms up, 1 bedroom in the bsmt and den on main. home features 4 gas fireplaces, granite countertops, S/S appliances in the kitchen, hardwood floor on main and 2nd floor. W/O basement has 4th bedroom, rec room with marble decorated wet bar, theater room and sauna in the basement.

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MILLION DOLLAR MOUNT BAKER VIEW CENTRAL Location, view, You can have it all! It offers Blueberry, panoramic views of mountains. Impressive 4799 sq.ft. mansion is located on 8.5 acres Planted Duke, 4 yrs old plants. Covered sundeck, spectacular bedrooms with Ensuites.

$ 1,899,000

3 SOLD ONE AVAILABLE Townhouse Legal Suite close to Baba Banda 407 31771 13505 62 Ave Singh Peardonville Rd Surrey Abbotsford Bahadur This home has 2 spacious Gurdwara bedrooms, 2 baths, living area, good size kitchen and dining space Penthouse. Lots of updates include new laminate flooring, fresh paint, newer roof and much more. The building has been very well maintainedwell managed.

$ 349,000

604.832.0032

Subdividable

$ 599,000 For more info please call Deep or Harjinder

property into two RF lots

6757 134A St 33394 Hawthorne A Abbotsford Ave Surrey Totally renovated gem T located in quite and central location of West Newton. This 2700 sq.ft home features two and one bedrooms suites as great mortgage helper. Upgrades include new roof, furnace, hot water tank, flooring, kitchens, washroom , appliances and windows. big lot 66 by 122.

$ 1,250,000 $ 1,049,000

70 x 115 Rancher

Mainly Landvalue

$ 619,000


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Friday, July06th, 2018 MLS TOP 10%

Jag S Sidhu

Personal Real Estate Corporation

Listing Needed Call Jag

#110 - 30485 Cardinal Ave Abbotsford, BC V2T0E5

Phone: 604.625.2245 Fax: 604.625.2249 Toll Free: 1.866.967.0666

Call Gurcharan or Jag for your FREE no obligation Market Evaluation

Unit 40 - 31255 Upper Maclure Road

34041 Wavell Lane, Abbotsford

102 3080 TOWNLINE ROAD

NEW LISTING!!

It is a two bedroom house, close to Wal-Mart and freeway. It is rented for $950 per month. It is hard to find in this price in Abbotsford area, demolish it and make a new house. No sign on property.

THE GABLES, a family friendly community! A well maintained family home and complex. 4 Bdrms, 3 FULL baths, BIG recroom, LARGE balcony and DOUBLE garage. Prime location, walking distance to Fruiticana Grocery Store, Eugene Reimer Middle School,Highstreet mall and easy access to highway.

3 bedrooms Basement Entry (2 story) Townhouse in west Abbotsford in Country Lane Estates near Fruticana. Very nicely kept hardly becomes available for sale. Come check it out on our open house.For inquires you can call Jag or Gurcharan.

OVER 4 ACRE LAND

3510 Promontory crt

30966 Brookdale Crt

34061 WAVELL LANE

BARE LAND IN WEST ABBOTSFORD 4 bedroom house 3 bathroom on glenmore road perfect for blueberry or farming

LISTING

We st Ab b y. 3 sto ry 5 bedrooms up den on main two bedroom legal suite and a Rec room for owner use.

3 story 7 bedroom and 8 bath with great views!!

New listing near all levels of schools, gurdwara shaib, fully renovated home 3 bedroom family room and great room up 1 suite and huge theater room for owner use with bar!!

#30 - 31098 Westridge Pl 2 Bedroom Townhouse

Beautifully renovated rancher, perfect alternative to renting. 2 bdrm + extra with private fenced yard with patio, extra parking/long driveway to a detached 20 x 5 garage/room. New roof & appliances.close to public transit/school, shopping (Walmart, HomeDepot) and choice of quick access to 2 freeway exits.

KETCH PLACE 4 BEDRM HOUSE single garage 700,00 sq feet

32277 PEARDONVILLE RD

This home is centrally located in West Abbotsford, close to schools, shopping and parks. OVER 12000 SF Large lot, that can be subdivided into 2 lots that would be over 6000 sqft each. Build your dream home and sell the lot beside you or hold the property

3 Lot LEFT Subdivision In Maple Ridge Green Belt Call for more detail

5 Acres

LOT POTENTIAL FOR SALE 214500 Morris Valley Rd Off hwy 7 East Mission 7 LOT POTENTIAL 2887 Bergman St, West Abbotsford

1 Acre

Subdivision Potential

6 bedroom house

Blueberry Farm West Abbotsford with a house. Good production Blueberry BlueCrop & Duke Variety call for more info

Road 4bedrm 3 bathrm UNIT 132-3160 TOWLINE

LISTING

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RESIDENTIAL | www.veermalhi.com 3432 Promontory St.

Near Sikh Temple

2 Storey With Bsmt 5 Bdrm, 3.5 Bath Recroom & Bsmt Suite

RECENTLY SOLD

44-31255 Upper Maclure 32043 Tims Avenue 32827 Hardwood place

3088 Princess st

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12240 sqft lot Duplex

2095 Beaver St

11-33682 Marshall rd 403-33960 Old Yale Road

2108 Vinewood st

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34118 Larch Street 32107 Clinton Ave 2411 Adelaide st 122-2515 Park dr 2994 Eastview street

FARMS | www.buyandsellfarms.com 14.07 Acres

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12 Acres

10 Acres

planted in blueberries flat rectangluar parcel build your dream home 5 min from abbotsford centre

126 Whatcom Rd, Abbotsford Income producing Bluberry Planted in Duke & Elliott Near Sumas border

19.5 Acres

Sumas Prairie, Abbotsford Flat fertile land Plant berries or other crops Near no. 3 rd exit

40721 No. 1 Rd, Abbotsford 12 Acres bare land 3 Bedroom hous

10 Acres

$1,469,000

BEHARREL RD, ABBOTSFORD Planted In Blueberries Flat Rectangular Parcel Build Your Dream Home 5 Min From Abbotsford downtown

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$2,299,000 565 MARION RD, ABBOTSFORD New listing Build your dream home Sumas prairie Drip irreg Duke & Elliot Variety

430 BOWMAN RD, ABBOTSFORD MISSION

Full production blueberry 5 bedroom house (2012 built) near no. 3 rd exit

Good location Planted in Blueberries 2 bedroom house

10 mins from sumas way

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69.29 Acres

5927 SUMAS PRAIRIE RD, CHILLIWACK

32425 King Road..............................5 Acres 1723 Jackson Street.........................Appx 5 Acres 28028 layman avenue .....................Appx 5 Acres 6230 riverside street.........................Appx 5 Acres

6113 Beharrell Road..............................Appx 10 Acres 7.09 acres lot B Haverman ...................Appx 7 Acres 5111 Tolmie road................................... Appx 8 Acres 14627 Dixon road ..................................Appx 30 Acres


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440 Sumas Way, Abbotsford

10119 SWENSON WAY LADNER

1/2 acre property with 4 bedroom- 2kitchens basement entry home in great condition. all new carpets and freshly painted walls,doors,trim and exterior trim as well property has 10’side yard access to back yard on both sides of the home.50’ frontage by 400’deep.room to park all your vehicles.lots of room to build shop.home has large east facing sundeck with view of mt.baker.large steel box container in back yard for plenty of extra storage.

Approx.3 acres of land-surrounded by industrial warehouse.at the corner of nordal way & sweson way-2 road frontages.beside alex fraser bridge,few minutes to hwy 77 & hwy 99-rare find of such big size of commerial property in delta.presently 4800sq.ft burger king building & truck card lock,explore your opportunity to rezone/develop.central locatioon.

$870,000 201-30505 Blueridge Drive Abbotsford

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$8,800,000

TOWNHOUSE SURREY 34-8638 159TH STREET

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PRINCETON HOTEL

4021 Glenmore Road

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOUSE 1.38 acre corner lot..Beautiful nature's lover, tranquil , peaceful location to enjoy . Just minutes from MEI school ,Parks,Golf, Comuubity Church & Clearbrook Elementary School.

Best Deal: $ 1,350,000

20 ROOM HOTEL 3.45 ACRES LAND OUTSIDE POOL. GREAT FAMILY BUSINESS

44 ACRE BLUEBERRY LYNDEN USA • 4 YEAR PLANTS • 10 MINUTES AWAY FROM 264TH ST • WELL WATER IRRIGATION CALL GORDON BRAR

604.309.1818

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604.864.7656

PARM JUDGE

$ 1,450,000 (U.S.A)

Best Deal: $ 998000

FOR LEASE 984 SQFT SPACE RETAIL OR OFFICE FOR YOUR PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS South side of Khalsa Credit Union Ideal for immigration consultant, accountants, travel agency, transportation dispatching, fabric/clothing store, audio/video store or any other professional business. parking. Ready to occupy.

NEED MORE LISTINGS-BUYERS WAITING TO BUY NOW

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Staying safe during home renovations (NC) The first back-to-school sale catches you by surprise. Where did the summer go? With the return of shorter days and cooler temperatures, perhaps there are some neglected renovation projects that you can finally tackle. Even if it’s only painting the kitchen, here are a few tips to keep you and your family safe: Is there asbestos in your house? If you are planning renovations and your home has building materials already installed that you think may contain asbestos — like insulation, exterior siding, floor or ceiling tiles — contact a trained and qualified asbestos abatement professional. They can test for and remove asbestos before you begin the renovations. Never try to remove building materials that may contain asbestos yourself. If left undisturbed,

there are no significant health risks from asbestos. Understand what you’re using. Whether it’s paint, caulking or even window cleaner, use chemical products as directed. Follow all safety and usage instructions on the label, including how to dispose of anything left over. Be sure to pick up gloves, a mask and a pair of safety glasses. The label of the product will provide more detailed information on personal safety equipment you should use. This is essential to protect you and your family. Keep all chemicals away from children. Keep all household chemical products safely stored where kids cannot see or reach them. Make sure there is plenty of ventilation during painting or varnishing projects, or when installing wall-to-wall carpets using glues or adhesives.

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Kirandeep Singh Gill

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604.614.6549

NEW LISTINGS

604.825.8886

Spacious home over 3200 Sq. ft. with vastly spread out rooms , a capacious garage with 11' hight door. This highly desired property has had several extravagant upgrades including new laminate flooring in both the living and family rooms, new tiles in the foyer and kitchen , and brand new blinds! 4 years old roof, a fully fenced backyard , a covered sundeck and relatively new paint. Minutes away from the Rotary stadium , and walking distance to W.J. Mouat Secondary School and Gordie Howe Middle School.

3361 TRETHEWEY STREET

33257 CHELSEA AVENUE

OPEN HOUSE

2 PM TO 4 PM JUNE 17, 2018

FARM LISTINGS

2300 Sq. ft. Rancher with full basement is located in a quiet dead end street. 7700 Sq. ft. flat lot. Some recent updates are: New windows, new blinds, new washer/dryer, new carpet on stairs and brand new full bath in the basement.

3130 267A STREET

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88 32633 SIMON AVENUE

Brand New 2 bedroom with spacious rec. room and 2.5 bath townhome, features a large fully fenced backyard, contemporary wide plank laminate flooring, large kitchen with white quartz countertops and sleek stainless steel

$509,900

19.44 Acre Full Production Blueberry Farm Duke and Bluecrop varieties. Very good production for 2017 Full irrigation system and machine pick. House and Barn.

$1,850,000

3131 267A STREET

11 year old 1/2 duplex with living, dining, kitchen, family room and 2 piece bath on main; 3 bedrooms and 2 full bath on upstairs. Single garage, fenced private backyard with covered patio and store. No strata fee, independent living, lot of privacy Close to elementary school.

34359 GREEN AVENUE

Beautiful custom built over 5300 Sq. ft. home with 2-5-10 years warranty. Featuring 9 bedrooms, 6.5 baths and 3 kitchens. Open concept and 14’ high ceiling in living and dining room, Granite

$599,000

33629 Clayburn RD

16.32 acre income producing blueberry farm. 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 1950 sqft rancher. 100x40 barn, has 2 storeys, oversized doors on both ends of barn, extra concrete slab. Peat moss, Huge potential here! Close to town and Mission Hwy.


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Commercial 9361 MILL STREET FOR SALE

3,675 Sq. Ft. Restaurant space for lease in popular Vedder Village Center. Great street exposure, lots of foot traffic. Restaurant is turn-key, 120 guest occupancy and includes equipment and furniture in Chilliwack

2 story residential/ commercial building On a 4,440 sq.ft lot on popular mill st. In the heart of Downtown chilliwack. Beautiful modern/vintage Style building completely renovated in 2015. 3 ground floor commercial units plus 3 residential units On the second floor with a gross building area of 7,320 sq.ft Lots of parking in the back. Tons of foots traffic. C3 zoning

Asking $22/Sq.Ft.

Asking $2.8 Million

RESTAURANT SPACE FOR LEASE

# 406 - 8705 YOUNG ROAD FOR SALE/LEASE 1,081 Sq.Ft. Storefront plus warehouse unit located on busy young road in chilliwack. CSM zoning Lots of parking. Join restaurant, fitness center, doctors clinic and more!

$ 15/Sq.Ft OR $299,900.00

Automotive Business for Sale Successful 35+ Year Establishment Located At 44344 W.Yale Rd. Chilliwack

Asking $120,000.00

#103-104 8705 Young Road Chilliwack

Liquor Store For Sale PRICE REDUCED

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well established liquor store located in the popular auguston community. substantial development potentia in the area which will bring tons of business growth! turn key operation and very easy to manage !

$ 750,000.00

2288 Mouldstade Rd. 748 Sq.ft. Character home with updates located on a large lot in Abbotsford. An excellent property to subdivide or live in. Lot is 76 x 109 square feet. Ask city about subdivision possibilities.

Asking $ 749,900.00

2373 Westerly St. Half duplex Rancher w/basement (including a separate entry and 2nd kitchen) boasts a large enclosed backyard with plenty of privacy, as well as new kitchen, renovated bathroom, new flooring and lighting. Why buy a townhome when you can live here and enjoy your own yard, ample parking and NO STRATA FEE!

$519,999.00

1,555 Sq.ft. Retail/Office Unit For Sale.Ground Floor Unit. Currently Occupied By A Family Medical Clinic; Would Be Great For A Physiotherapy Clinic, massage Therapy Clinic Or A Doctor. this Unit Shows Like New. located In A High Traffic Count Area With Lots Of Parking

$ 550,000.00

3690 TOWNLINE ROAD ABBOTSFORD Perfect Opportunity To Open Your Business In Popular Gian’s Business Center

1,379-1655 Sq.Ft For Lease

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#103-32870 George Ferguson Way- 920 Sq. Ft. 2

Bedroom 1 bathroom unit on the first floor at Abbotsford Place. Located in Central Abbotsford near all amenities including Sevenoaks Mall. Great for first time home buyers or investors! Rentals Allowed! Ground Floor unit.

$239,900.00

31811 Downes Rd.

Beautiful 2 story estate home built in 2015 - 5 bedrooms (3 with ensuites), open concept kitchen, spacious family room, a flex room and more. Property is .24 Acres and is completely fenced off with a gate entry driveway. Walking distance to MEI Elementary and High school. One of the most sought out areas in Abbotsford. Huge Driveway to park multiple cars.

$1,275,000.00

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#2709 – 888 Carnarvon St. – 817 Sq. Ft. 2 Bedroom 2 bathroom unit in the luxurious Marinus Condominiums. This unit has been renovated and features a gourmet kitchen and a large balcony overlooking the Fraser River and City life. Located in New Westminster. Connected to a shopping center and the skytrain station. Most desired layout in the building.

$639,800.00

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CONVENIENCE STORE FOR SALE Profitable convenience store for sale located on Menzies St. close to Fairfield Island in Chilliwack. Located in a busy strip mall. Room to add more product to increase sales. Call for more information.

$ 98,000.00

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#303-45640 Alma Ave.

2 bedroom plus den, two bathroom in the highly sought after AMEERA Place. 1,070 sq ft third floor unit has a stunning mountain view, boasts in suite laundry, like new appliances, laminate flooring and more. Includes one underground parking spot as well as visitor parking. Just minutes away from Garrison Village, The University of the Fraser Valley and the Vedder River. Rentals and pets allowed

$354,900.00

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30414 Sandpiper Dr.

2,762 Sq. Ft. basement entry home in West Abbotsford featuring 3 bedrooms up and 1 bedroom down as well as a 2 bedroom suite in the basement. Kitchen is brand new featuring stainless steel appliances, modern cabinetry and beautiful tile flooring. New laminate floor installed throughout the main living area. Backyard is completely enclosed. Close to all amenities including Highstreet Mall and easy access to Highway1

$879,900.00

#223-30515 Cardinal Ave

The Tamarind located in West Abbotsford, just minutes away from High Street Mall, Highway 1 and more. This 1 Bedroom Junior suite features beautiful laminate flooring, in suite laundry, a clean open concept, and a mountain view. Plenty of visitor parking as well. Rentals allowed, currently tenanted

$279,900.00

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Avoiding Top Relocation Mistakes The 9 biggest relocation mistakes Market Analysis (CMA) completed and how to avoid them by one or two Real Estate Professionals to ensure a competitive price. On one hand, moving to another city can be an exciting adventure. On the 3. Not planning for temporary housother hand, it could be a stressful ing between destinations time if things go wrong. This report explains the 9 most common mis- You may need to set up temporary takes when people relocate. When housing arrangements until the you plan ahead, you will avoid these closing of your new home. This pitfalls and ensure your move is could take from a few days to a few months. If you need interim housing handled smoothly. for a few days, perhaps staying in a 1. Lack of information hotel is the simplest solution. For Contact the chamber of commerce, housing longer than a month, you tourism department, municipality or may want to consider an apartment library in your new community. At with a short-term lease. the same time, compare salaries, cost 4. Not being pre-approved of living, taxes and housing prices. Sellers are usually eager to negotiate 2. Home not priced and ready for with someone who has immediate showing buying power. Before you sell your home, complete 5. Not completing a professional repairs. Often, it is the little things, home inspection like chipped paint, worn caulking and sticky doors that potential buyers This applies for both the home notice. Have your home cleaned, in- you are selling and the one you are cluding carpets. Have a Comparable buying, although who pays for the

inspection (buyer or seller) is nego- These feelings are all normal and tiable in each separate contract. do pass over time. It may be helpful to incorporate the old with the new. 6. Insufficient time to handle chilThis could include taking classes, dren’s concerns joining clubs and pursuing activities During relocation a child could feel you once enjoyed. It takes about six lost, sad, angry or confused. Some- to ten months for someone to feel “at times, under the stress of completing home” in a new community. so many details, the temptation is to 8. Not using local, licensed profesget settled as quickly as possible so sionals everyone feels at home. Talk to your children during the process. They Every area is different. Understandwill feel safe, cared for and comfort- ing the communities that make up able. Acquaint your children with your destination city, a Real Estate the new neighborhood. If possible, Professional can find you a home that have them meet new teachers and matches your needs. You will save other children in their new school time and energy by having a profesbefore moving. Try not to move in sional do the work for you. the middle of a school year. 9. Not reading your employer's relo7. Not being prepared for culture cation policies shock Read your employer's relocation Sometimes, when people move policies carefully, for the amount of from familiar surroundings to a reimbursement. Keep good records new community, culture shock can and copies of your receipts, as movmanifest. Symptoms can range ing expenses are deductible under from headaches, stomach aches, certain conditions established by impatience, sleep problems to anger. Revenue Canada.

How to Make the Most of Your Move Up When you are buying a first time home, the process is usually straight forward. However, when you are moving to a second or third home, other issues arise, making the process more complicated. You will need to consider financing, and selling your home at the right time. This way, you won’t have the added responsibility of paying the mortgage on two homes. You will also want to coordinate closings, so you can plan your move most efficiently. Here are some of the most effective things you can do to make the most of your move up.

you have access to a Buyer Profile System/House Hunting System. Your Real Estate Professional will provide you with regular updates on all available property that match your needs. You will stay on budget, save your feet, and come closer to finding the home of your dreams, faster than trying to shop yourself. Make improvements on your existing home

A home that shows well, and in good condition always gets the highest price. A home in less favorable condition is less appealing to a buyer. You will easily reap the rewards of Save your feet and your time completing minor repairs to your Many people spend much time shop- home. Also, make these improveping for a home, only to be disap- ments prior to putting your home on pointed because it has either sold or the market. You will want to present is beyond the budget. This hit and your home the best to get the best! miss strategy is time consuming and Sell your present home first very frustrating. A better alternative is to use the services provided by a The easiest and wisest strategy is to Real Estate Professional. As a client, sell your home before you buy. This PAGE R12

way, you won’t be at a disadvantage at the negotiating table, or feel pressured to accept a below-market value, to meet a purchase deadline. With your home already sold, there will be no strings attached on your next one. When you do find a new home, you have the option of putting a subject to on the contact. This way you can give yourself plenty of time to find a new home. In a slow market, perhaps you could rent your home and put it on the market later. However, with this option, check with your lawyer, tax advisor and accountant to ensure all legal, tax and financial aspects are considered.

Real Estate Professional will buy the home from you. You are free to make your move without stress and worry.

Some Real Estate Professionals offer a Guaranteed Sale Trade-Up Program. With this service, the Real Estate Professional guarantees the sale of your current home before possession of your next one. If you have found the home of your choice, and your current home has not sold, the

With two major transactions there are double the details of mortgage experts, appraisers, lawyers, loan officers, title registrations and home inspectors. A Real Estate Professional can assist you in ensuring all the logistical details of your transaction are handled correctly, and on time.

Get mortgage pre-approval Pre-approval is your green light and your maximum power. In a short time, you will know how much you qualify for, when moving up to a larger home. When you find your new home, you can present an offer immediately. A seller will often view your offer more favorably when financing arrangements are established. Co-ordinate closings

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