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SAY GOOD BYE TO WRINKLES!

ਬੋਟੌਕਸ ਰਾਹ ਿਚਹਰੇ ਦੀਆਂ ਝੁ ਰੜੀਆਂ ਘਟਾਓ! Reduce Wrinkles Look Years Younger botOks trItmYNt rfhIN ichry dIaF JurVIaF qoN Cutkfrf pf ky afpxI suMdrqf nUM brkrfr rwKo.

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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.

There are risks to this treatment, for example, getting an infection, or too much Botox can weaken a muscle too much. As with any medical treatment, discuss this treatment with a medical expert certified in Botox treatment to make sure that it's safe for you.

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Recreational water safety tips

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ith hot weather forecast through the long weekend for much of the province, Emergency Management BC and the BC Coroners Service urge residents and visitors to take extra care in and around rivers and lakes. Many lakes across the Interior of B.C. are flooding, including Okanagan Lake and Osoyoos Lake. Boaters are asked to keep their wakes low to reduce shoreline and property damage, watch for floating debris, and keep some safety measures in mind while on the water. Regional districts may have regulations in place for lakes; boaters are advised to check first before heading out.

All recreational boaters, including paddlers, should wear a properly fitted personal floatation device (PFD). Children, non-swimmers and weak For updated information on flood- swimmers should wear a PFD anytime affected areas, and tips to help plan they are in or near the water. your weekend, please visit: www. Visitors to B.C. should understand emergencyinfobc.gov.bc.ca the possible dangers in or near B.C.’s Here are some tips for boaters to ensure lakes and rivers. These include sudden drop-offs into deep water; unexpected, their safety and minimize damage: underwater obstacles; and unstable or Wake height should be no more than slippery rock edges above cliffs and 30 centimetres. waterfalls. Waters in B.C. are also frequently much colder than in other Large and heavier boats create damcountries or provinces. If you are hostaging waves, even at low speeds, so ing, someone from out of town, be sure extra caution is needed when cruising to warn them of these potential hazards. the lake. Keep in the centre, whenever possible. Avoid consuming alcohol when swimming, boating or performing any waterSmall and light boats should remain based activity. Impairment greatly 300 metres from the shoreline, whenincreases the chances of an accidental ever possible, or travel in the centre of drowning. the lake when approaching shorelines. Travel under 10 kilometres per hour Be aware of the water conditions where within 300 metres of the shoreline. you are planning your activities. Check the weather forecast before heading When operating at no-wake speed, trim out, and also do a visual inspection the drive or outboard to allow the boat of the area. Do not head down a river to proceed with smallest wake possible. without being aware of the water condiWatch for debris and submerged logs. tions further downstream. If there are warning signs posted, obey them. The most recent data available from the BC Coroners Service shows accidental Never dive into unknown waters. Undrowning deaths tend to spike each expectedly shallow water, or hidden summer, with the numbers beginning obstacles underwater, can easily prove to increase in May and continuing to fatal. Diving from cliffs or from other rise through August. A report for 2016 great heights is exceptionally risky. drowning fatalities shows a total of 47 Never swim alone. Always have a budaccidental drownings, with more than dy and keep an eye out for each other. one-third of those deaths occurring in the southern Interior region of B.C. Visit the Canadian Red Cross or the Lifesaving Society websites for water Here are some water-safety best safety tips. practices to consider over the long weekend:

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Special Olympics set to mark 50year anniversary with Global Day of Inclusion

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ommunities across the province will be lighting the night-sky red on Saturday, July 21 as they join millions around the globe for the start of a year-long celebration to mark the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics.

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with varying intellectual abilities to get active, make new friends and engage in community events,” Beare said. “Our government is committed to building a better B.C. for everyone and is very proud to support Special Olympics BC. I encourage all British Columbians to support Special Olympians in their Officially proclaimed Global Day of Incommunities by celebrating the Global clusion by the Province of B.C., Special Day of Inclusion.” Olympics BC kicks-off the celebration of the 50th anniversary as communities Howe said the Special Olympics moveacross the province join in by illumi- ment has come a long way since its nating the night sky red in honour. The inception 50 years ago. Led by Eunice Provincial Legislature in Victoria will Kennedy Shriver, 1,000 athletes with be joined by Rogers Arena, BC Place, intellectual disabilities took to the the Sails of Light at Canada Place, expanse of Solider Field in Chicago Science World at Telus World of Sci- on July 20, 1968, and ignited one of ence, and Vancouver City Hall to mark the most comprehensive worldwide the occasion. In total, 22 communities movements. across B.C. have joined the provincial That first year, only two countries pargovernment in proclaiming July 21 the ticipated, with the U.S. sending athletes Global Day of Inclusion. from 26 States, while Canada sent a Dan Howe, President and CEO of contingent of 12 floor hockey players SOBC, said the Global Day of Inclu- under the guidance of Canadian Special sion stands for much more than just a Olympics pioneer Dr. Frank Hayden. one-day awareness campaign. He said Now, as Special Olympics embarks for someone with an intellectual dison the next 50 years, Howe said it’s ability, the opportunity to live their full incredibly uplifting to see how much potential is one of the greatest benefits the lives of people with intellectual of inclusion. disabilities have improved. “For the past 50 years, Special OlymSpecial Olympics stands as a beacon pics has been enriching the lives of for inclusion, said Howe. The Special Canadians with intellectual disabilities Olympics movement is now 172 counthrough the transformative power of tries, includes more than 4.9 million sport, but we can’t do it alone – nor athletes, and more than one million can the 800,000 Canadians with an coaches and volunteers. intellectual disability,” Howe said. “In honour of our 50th year, we’re asking In Canada, there are more than 45,000 you to help ensure Special Olympics athletes and participants in approxican continue transforming lives for mately 3,200 programs delivered another 50 years.” across the country. B.C. continues to see strong growth, as there are more Howe said the best way to become part than 4,800 athletes and 3,900 coaches of the movement in B.C. and across and volunteers. Howe said they’ve Canada is to refer a friend or a family come a long way since SOBC first member with an intellectual disability incorporated in 1980, featuring two to a Special Olympics program, help weekends of events and about 500 raise awareness of its mission and shift athletes. the focus from disability to ability, volunteer, or make a donation today. Tim Hortons will be doing their part for the Global Day of Inclusion. On Lisa Beare, B.C.’s Minister of TourSaturday, July 21, you can visit your ism, Arts and Culture, said they were local Tim Hortons, buy a Special honoured to be part of the Global Day Olympics donut and post to social of Inclusion ceremonies. media with #ChooseToInclude and “The sports programs offered by tag @sobcsociety on Twitter, and @ Special Olympics BC provide great specialolympicsbc on Instagram and opportunities for British Columbians Facebook.

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ies sfl qusIN aYbtsPorz puils nUM aYgrIPyar Aupr dyKogy! aYbI pI zI dI lYgo ikwt jo aYgrI Pyar qy qusIN pRfpq kr skdy ho. lYgo ikwt Gwt mfqrf ivwc hI iqafr kIqIaF geIaF hn ies krky jldI afE qy pRfpq kro. aYbtsPorz puils myn gyt qy 10-2 vjy qwk afpxf pRdrsLn krygI. ieh kstm aYbI pI zI logo ikwtF slfnf bfsktbfl tUrnfmYNt nUM drsfAuNdIaF hn ($10) aYbI pI zI gytr (15) kYsL Aupr syl qwd hI hovygI jdoN splfeI ivwc bhuq Gwt rih jfxgIaF. sfzy nfgirkF aqy kfrobfrIaF dI shfieqf jLrIey ipCly sfl aYbI pI zI gytr nUM KrIdx ivwc kfmXfb irhf. aqy sfnUM Through the generosity of our citizens and businesses, the Foundation was able to fund the purchase of the ABBYPD mfx hY ik asIN keI sflF qoN eypIzI istI bfsktbfl tUrnfmYNt leI PMz pRfpq krn ivwc shfieqf kr rhy hF. jdoN sLihr Gator last year; and we are proud to have been able to help fund the APD City Basketball Tournament for many years. dy sfry lok ibjLnsmYn, aqy puils iewkTy ho ky kMm krdy hn qF sfzI PfAUNnzysLn df mksd “ tUgYdr Pfr syPr These are just two of the initiatives that help demonstrate how our Foundation motto 'Together for Safer Abbotsford' aYbtsPorz” pUrf ho jFdf hY. qy iPr afpF myly qy imlFgy! hor ijLafdf jfxkfrI leI qusI hyTF idwqI vYbsfiet qy jf comes to life when citizens, businesses and the police the work together. See you at the Fair! For more details, please skdy ho:- h ps://www.agrifair.ca/

Join the AbbyPD & Abbotsford Police Foundation at the AgriFair this year! Check out the custom AbbyPD Lego building kits that will be available- ONLY at AgriFair. Limited quanitiy available - so come early! Look for us next to the Abbotsford Police Department (ABBYPD) display by the Main Gate from 10 – 2 each day. These custom AbbyPD Lego building kits depict the annual AbbyPD City Basketball Tournament ($10); and the AbbyPD 'Gator' ($15). Cash sales only. (while supplies last!)

visit the AgriFair website: https://www.agrifair.ca/

As the temperatures rise this weekend, a few pool safety tips to enjoy poolside! - Never leave your child unattended near pools or bodies of water; take your child with you if you have to leave the area. - If you have a pool, make sure there is a self closing or self latching gate- keep the gate closed with restricted access. - Establish pool rules. These can include: swim with a buddy & children must have an adult with them at all times. - If there is thunder or lightning, stay out of the pool. - Remember to use that sunscreen and re-apply every 3-4 hours. For more pool safety tips: h ps://buff.ly/1WZBj5Y

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The AbbyPD have gone mobile! Stay connected with us on your phone. Find us on the City of Abbotsford mobile app! Connect directly for media releases, recruiting and job postings, information on criminal record check/ fingerprint checks, and crime mapping. Check out the video for step by step to find us! Another way you can keep up to date with us! https://buff.ly/2KQWPep

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As the temp rise this weekend- we remind you you to please check for your baby when you are out with your children. Often the parent or caretaker unintentionally leaves the child behind because they're distracted. Everyone thinks it “can't happen to them”, but it can. Please look before you lock.

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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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Memorial Butterfly Release A healing experience for the whole family

July 28, 2018 11 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Tanglebank Gardens & Bistro 29985 Downes Road Butterflies $25/each

Quantity of butterflies is limited! Butterflies must be reserved in advance at Butt www.AbbotsfordHospice.org/butterfly

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11:00 - Registration Opens 12:00 - Butterfly Release, BBQ, Facepainting & Children’s Activities

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3 back-to-school tips

(NC) Summer is coming to an end, and that means school is almost back in session. If you have a kid that is going back to school soon, check out these tips on how to ensure that they have the most successful year possible. After-school activities. If your child is frustrated about starting school again, sign them up for extra-curricular activities. Getting a child involved with sports, art or music is a great way to make sure that they have something to look forward to each day. Additionally, after-school activities make students more well-rounded as they grow up and it looks great on postsecondary applications. Tutors or mentors. As teens get older, school gets harder. Whether your child struggles with reading or math, it is important to get them the help if they need it. For high school students, mentorship is often helpful as they look towards the future. Educational organizations like Beautiful World Canada know how significant guidance can be, which is why they provide all their students in sub-Saharan Africa with mentors. An agenda. This may sound obvious, but many students do not properly use their planners. Help your kids write down their commitments and daily tasks so that they can best learn time management. This skill will not only help them in school, it will benefit them for the rest of their lives.

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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 law 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.

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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS We deal with all matters relating to the sale and purchase of residential and commercial property. By contacting us before you sign a contract, you can make sure your rights are protected. We will provide you with reliable and timely legal advice. PURCHASE & SALE: RESIDENTIAL ·Negotiating and Drafting Agreements of Purchase and Sale ·Acting for Buyers or Sellers on Purchases and Sales of New Homes, Condominiums, Assignments, Recreational and Cottage properties ·Acting for Borrowers or Lenders on Mortgage Transactions ·Advising Borrowers on Mortgage Liability PURCHASE AND SALE: COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL

·Purchases and Sales of Commercial Real Estate

Apartment and Office Buildings ·Land Purchases or Sales ·Acting for Borrowers or Lenders on Mortgage Transactions ·Advising Borrowers on Mortgage Liability ABBOTSFORD OFFICE

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

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 asIN afeI sI bI sI nfl sbMDq iNnWjI srIrk swtF PytF ijnHF ivc isr dIaF swtF, tuWtIaF hWzIaF, koml itsULaF dIaF cotF, pWiTaF dIaF sWtF, mfnisk ivgfV aqy hor hfnIaF sLfml hn, dy klym hYNzl krdy hF. THE LAWYERS AT DNC PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL SERVICES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

zI aYn sI dy vkIl iehnHF syvfvF ivwc quhfzI pUrI mdd kr skdy hn: Personal Injury / ICBC Business / Corporate Commercial Litigation Real Estate Wills / Probate Estate Litigation

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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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Ken Herar Presented With a Paul Harris Fellow ssistant Gov. Mike Adkins of 5050 presented Ken Herar with a Paul Harris Fellow, which is the highest recognition in Rotary with his work in the community. He is pictured here with his mother Kuldip. Herar said, " Deeply honoured and grateful for this recognition. My father would have been proud being one of the longest serving Rotarians in Canada and it took him 27 years to get his Paul Harris with 58 years of service and 56 of those with perfect attendance. I will never forget this and there is a responsibility with this recognition, “Service Above Self,. To continue to make our global home a better place where everyone is welcomed and valued..

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How smart tools can make living with diabetes easier (NC) Simple changes using new technologies and innovation can make a big difference in helping people with chronic conditions enjoy healthier, more active lifestyles. Not too long ago, people had to use large, complex machines to monitor blood glucose levels and home monitoring wasn’t even possible. Now, there are even more smart tools that can make managing the condition easier. Fitness trackers. With a wide range of smart watches and dedicated fitness trackers available for all budgets, you’re bound to find one that’s right for you. Use it to keep track of what you eat throughout the day and to monitor your physical activity. Get reminders when it’s time to get up and go for a stroll and receive encouraging messages when you meet your goals.

to reduce the hassle of daily testing, the Accu-Chek Guide’s unique and innovative spill-resistant SmartPack is perfect for busy, on-the-go people. The new vial is designed to hold your strips tightly in place, even upside down. It makes it easy to simply remove just one strip at a time, and the wide dosing area helps simplify testing. Apps that connect with your doctor. Websites and apps that track your blood glucose data and connect with your medical team can help streamline the healthcare you receive and make your in-person appointments more productive. Look for features like the ability to save photos of meals to support carb-counting discussions with your healthcare provider or, if you have a child with diabetes, automatic datasharing that can help you guide them as they manage their glucose levels away from home.

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Horgan gifts his union friends, at taxpayers’ expense As British Columbians continue to wait for the affordability measures promised to them by the NDP, Premier John Horgan is prioritizing the well-being of his union supporters. The BC Liberals say Horgan’s announcement of so-called “Community Benefits Agreements” amounts to little more than a political payoff at the taxpayer’s expense. The NDP is also once again trying to pull the wool over British Columbians’ eyes with the deceptive labeling of an initiative that costs more money and only benefits their biggest political champions.

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and MLA for Richmond-Queensborough. “If history is any indication, this move will provide yet another example of the NDP not being very good at spending British Columbians’ hardearned money.” For example, the Project Labour Agreement model increased the cost of the inland island highway by 38 per cent and resulted in delays and a scaledback project.

Today’s announcements claws back freedoms for our construction industry, and it forces workers into union memberships. As they have done repeatedly in the past, the NDP once again chooses to give British Columbian taxpayers less, for more.

“Excluding qualified companies from bidding on government contracts is unfair, causes needless delays, and inflates costs,” says John Martin, BC Liberal Labour Critic and MLA for Chilliwack. “British Columbians deserve better than this, for projects they care about and are paying for. A deal that is a payoff for past donations to the NDP is simply wrong. We need to see the best price, not payoffs.”

“We’ve seen how the NDP has managed project labour agreements in the past— costs of the project go up, and taxpayers are ultimately on the hook,” says Jas Johal, BC Liberal Jobs Critic

As B.C. approaches the official first anniversary of this government, today’s announcement confirms that the NDP is bad for hardworking British Columbians.


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New year, new career? Exciting industries to consider (NC) Some people grow up knowing exactly what they want to be. For others, figuring out a career path requires a lot of research, soul searching and trial-and-error. A good place to begin is by looking at secure, growing, or even hidden industries that have a demand for skilled workers. Whether you’re starting over or just starting out, here are three exciting industries to consider on your career search this year.

contributes more than $4 billion in salaries and wages. Opportunities in the industry range from leading-edge science and tech positions to engineering, marketing and specialty positions like brew master. Most food and beverage companies encourage their employees to continuously improve their skills and education so they can move up, which is why many workers make their way from the production line to Information technology. Computer management. systems design is one of the fastest Healthcare. If you dream of working growing industries. In order to work in in healthcare but are not cut out for any IT job, you’ll need technical and professional certification. Since the medical school, do not fret. There industry changes quickly, it’s crucial are numerous entry-level positions to to stay on top of the latest technologies explore from hands-on patient care and trends. Scope out the programs at to administrative and technical jobs. your local community colleges as they Most healthcare positions will require are a great resource for this training. specialized training that will lead to a vocational license, certificate or degree. Food and beverage processing. Ontario’s food and beverage processing Find more information about the food sector provides employment to nearly and beverage sector online at tastey140,000 people in the province and ourfuture.ca.

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5 tricks to stay cool in the heat (NC) With weather experts predicting a hotter-than-average summer, we can look forward to some sun and warmth after a cool spring. Whether you are enjoying the season at a lakeside cottage, local park or relaxing at home, use these tips from Health Canada to stay fresh. Drink up. Did you know that by the time you feel thirsty, you’re already dehydrated? Thirst is not a good indicator of dehydration, so drink plenty of cool liquids, especially water, before you feel thirsty. Find fresh fashion. Wear loose-fitting, light-coloured clothing made of breathable fabric. Items made from linen and cotton will help keep you cool and comfortable. Seek shade. Wear a wide-brimmed, breathable hat or use an umbrella to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful rays. If you can’t avoid the sun, use a sunscreen that is SPF 30 or higher and follow the manufacturer’s directions.

Adjust your plans. Being physically active provides many health benefits, but during extreme heat it can put you at risk even if you are healthy. If you can, reschedule strenuous outdoor activity to a cooler part of the day or another day. Or choose to exercise in an air-conditioned space or cooler outdoor location, like under a tree. Refresh and recover. Allow your body to recover after heat exposure. Spend a few hours in a cooler tree-shaded area or somewhere that’s air conditioned, such as a shopping mall, grocery store, swimming facility or public library.

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Truck driving is Ranked # 7 as the most dangerous occupation in America

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ased on a study completed in 2016 (Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries). Truck driving is a dangerous job because of the weather, equipment malfunction and other careless drivers. This risk is present at any time and any place when a truck driver is on the road. To cover this risk, truck drivers need to have proper insurance coverages in place. Truck drivers should have full coverage (underwritten and guaranteed) Understanding Truck Driver Insur- life insurance approved at the time ance - Disability, Critical Illness & of application. This can be term inLife. surance, permanent insurance and/or participating insurance. This is a tax Disability: free lump sum payment to the benefiDrivers need full coverage disability ciary of the insured. This coverage insurance which includes accident gives the family members peace of and sickness and 24-hour coverage mind that they will be able to continue either at work or at home. WCB with their life plans (child’s educacoverage for BC trucking companies tion, keeping the family home and is mandatory but limited to coverage paying off any debts). The permanent for work related injury. life plans also assist the insured drivers with estate tax and final expense Critical Illness: coverage at the time of death.

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There are combo insurance plans available for truck drivers & owner operators that cover life, critical illness and disability risk. These plans are designed based on the financial need and affordability of each individual driver for them and their family’s protection. Every driver, whether local or long haul, should review their plan to ensure that they have proper coverages in place.

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From Balwant Sanghera's Desk Scholars Visit Gurdwara Nanak Niwas At least two or three times a week, various school/college /university students as well as other groups visit India Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas (8600, #5 Road in Richmond) for a guided tour of the Gurdwara and learn about Sikhism and the Indo-Canadian community. It is a great honour for us at the Gurdwara to accommodate them and share with the visitors the principles of the fifth most popular

religion in the world. In this context, this place of worship has been creating awareness about Sikhism and the Indo-Canadian community for several years. It helps the young minds broaden their horizons. Such exposure to different faiths and cultures is bound to create more awareness in them and help them become more well- rounded, broad-minded and productive members of Canadian society. Usually, the visitors are very impressed with the basic principles of Sikhism, the message of universal brotherhood, human rights and equality as preached by our Gurus starting with Guru Nanak Dev ji. These students and adults are very keen to learn not only about Sikhism but also

about the contribution of our community to the growth and development of Canada. On Thursday, July 12, it was an honour for me to welcome a group of 20 young girls from Girl Guides Canada and their adult supervisors to the Gurdwara. Girl Guides are encouraged to take the lead, jump into awesome activities and explore what matters to them. It encourages them to learn to lead the way, seek new challenges and find their voice. As part of the Girl Guides Canada

program these girls ranging from ages 5 to 17 also learn to discover as to how they can make a difference in the world and make friends. These Girl Guides, coming from various cities, towns and villages throughout B.C., were participating in a week-long camp called ‘Colours of Canada’ in Richmond. I was told that the purpose of the camp is to explore different cultures in the Metro Vancouver area. Visiting Gurdwara Nanak Niwas to learn about Sikhism and the Indo-Canadian culture was part of their program. These young girls and their supervisors were very thankful to the Gurdwara Management Committee for the warm welcome and hospitality. One of their supervisors remarked before

leaving that this visit had left a solid expressed a desire to stay in touch. He impression on all of them, not just of was very impressed with what he saw diversity, but also of acceptance and and heard. Before leaving for other our Canadian multiculturalism and places of worship this multicultural and multinational group of scholars the Sikh faith. enjoyed light refreshments at the Two days later, on July 14, a group Gurdwara. All of them were very of 30 plus Sanskrit scholars visited thankful for a very warm welcome. the Gurdwara. They had just finished Such visits, by adults and youth from attending the World Sanskrit Conferdifferent communities and locations ence at University of British Columare a great way to promote interculbia from July 9 to 13. These scholars tural and interreligious harmony and came from a number of countries inclusiveness. India Cultural Centre around the globe. It was an honour for of Canada Gurdwara Nanak Niwas this writer to facilitate this visit. The on Richmond’s Highway to Heaven participants were very impressed with is pleased to be a part of this process. the warm welcome and learning about Sikhism and the Indo-Canadian com- Balwant Sanghera munity in Canada. It was a pleasure (Balwant Sanghera is a retired School to meet these scholars including Dr. Psychologist and Community AcMislav Jezic, Professor of Indology tivist. He is a member of the India and Philosophy from the Univer- Cultural Centre of Canada Gurdwara sity of Zagreb, Croatia. Dr. Jezic ex- Nanak Niwas Management Commitchanged business cards with me and tee) PAGE 19


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ow in its third year, the Monsoon Festival of Performing Arts runs August 9-19, 2018 in Vancouver and Surrey, with a spotlight on South Asian theatre. The festival is presented by the South Asian Arts Society and co-produced and co-created by Gurpreet Sian and Rohit Chokhani. The festival will include two feature presentations, Anita Majumdar’s The Fish Eyes Trilogy and The Undocumented Trial of William C. Hopkinson, Written & Directed by Paneet Singh. Anita Majumdar’s The Fish Eyes Trilogy for the first time in Surrey, BC is a one-person trilogy which offers a window into the lives of Canadian South Asian teens. Meet Naznin, Candice, and Meena who go to the same high school in Port Moody. Separately, they share a passion for dance and a struggle for identity within their families and at school. Then their lives intersect and cultures collide. This play innovatively tackles coming of age, consent, cultural heritage, and empowerment with tremendous comic flourish and grace. Developed by Nightswimming. The trilogy is presented in two parts on Aug 18 at The Surrey Arts Centre Main Stage. Part 1 at 4PM covers the first two sections, then Part 2 at 7:00PM covers the final section. Also on offer is an Indian dinner buffet at the theatre in between two parts.

he openly admits to committing. The Undocumented Trial blurs the lines of reality in narrative and aesthetic to create an analytical historical dialogue to explore political, sociocultural, and humanistic themes. This play is being staged at The Vancouver Art Gallery in Courtroom 302, the same venue where the original trial took place over 100 years ago. There are four performances; Aug 10,11,12 at 8:00PM and at 5:00 PM Aug 12, 2018 The festival will also host an Industry Series featuring readings, development workshops in dramaturgy, playwriting, directing, acting, movement, and post-show talkbacks. • Reading - The Wrong Bashir by Zahida Rahemtulla (Vancouver) • Reading - Chivalry is Dead by Munish Sharma (Surrey) • Workshop - Cultivating Organic Performance by Paneet Singh (Vancouver & Surrey)

• Workshop - Digital Marketing & “The Fish Eyes Trilogy’s tales of high Content Creation by Amneet Athwal school tribulations are still relevant” (Surrey) – Toronto Star • Workshop - Impulse, Improvisation The Undocumented Trial of William & Play by Carmel Amit (Vancouver) C. Hopkinson (Vancouver); Written & Directed by Paneet Singh. This play revisits the Vancouver Provincial Courthouse in October of 1914 and re-examines the trial of Mewa Singh, who is put on the stand to answer for the assassination of prominent Canadian Immigration Inspector, William Charles Hopkinson – an act which PAGE 20

• Workshop - Theatre Creation and Storytelling by Anita Majumdar (Surrey) • Talkbacks - August 10, 11, 12 after Undocumented Trial (not including 5pm show on Aug. 12) Visit monsoonartsfest.ca for more information and to purchase tickets.


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New Green Buses Arrive In Surrey 106 new Compressed Natural Gas residents can get where they want with Buses Begin Service in Surrey quickly, safely and in an environmentally friendly way” said Sukh Dhaliwal. Gas buses in Surrey that will begin serving residents this week, with full This investment, which is a part of roll out of the new buses by the end the 12-year, $180 billion Investing in of the year. Canada plan represents the priorities Once all the new buses are in service, of the federal government – to build it will mean more than half the 209 our communities, strengthening our buses in the Surrey fleet will be new, economy and supporting middle class providing a better customer experience. Canadians. Benefits of the new buses include: • Reduced greenhouse gas emissions – 13-21% less than diesel buses

Dhaliwal added that so far more than $1 billion for over 200 projects has been invested across the province and a $4.1 billion agreement to build and renew infrastructure has been reached with British Columbia.

• Fuel cost savings – 60% less than diesel (saving $2.1 million annually) “The Government of Canada recog• Longer engine life – additional nizes how important investing in pub200,000 kms (compared to typical die- lic transit infrastructure is to building strong sustainable communities and sel fleet) economic growth. I am proud that • Improved safety – All buses federal funding helped make the purwill have an operator safety barrier chase of these CNG buses possible. installed The new buses will save both fuel and “These buses will not only provide maintenance costs while reducing air residents with newer and more reli- pollution and improving safety for B.C. able service, they will also ensure that transit users.”

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Report: Are British Columbians becoming addicted to air conditioning?

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ritish Columbians seeking refuge from the summer heat are increasingly turning to air conditioning, according to a new report by BC Hydro. The report “Cold comfort: The rising use (and cost) of air conditioning in B.C.” reveals that A/C use in the province has more than tripled to 34 per cent since 2001. This upward trend will likely continue as 25 per cent of British Columbians are considering purchasing an air conditioner this summer.

region in B.C. This is not surprising given places such as Osoyoos, Lytton and Penticton are often among Canada’s summer hotspots; however, the use of air conditioners across the province is growing. In the relatively moderate climate of south coastal B.C., a trend towards high-rise apartments – often glass-walled with little air flow – is helping to drive A/C adoption. In the past three years, the use of portable or room air conditioners in the Lower Mainland has grown by 23 per cent.

couver Island set their thermostat between 17 and 19 degrees Celsius. • 32 per cent of residents in the North set their thermostat between 17 and 19 degrees Celsius. It is estimated that every degree lower an air conditioner is set can increase cooling costs by 3 per cent. Adding to their costs, more than 40 per cent of British Columbians surveyed said they always or sometimes leave their air conditioners running when they are not at home.

The survey results show that residents in the Southern Interior tend to be the best at guarding their homes from heat – and setting their air con- • About 25 per cent of those ditioning units at the recommended surveyed do not shade windows. temperature. Shading windows can block out up With or without air conditioning, to 65 per cent of the heat. there is more British Columbians can • 37 per cent of respondents do to beat the heat and save money: leave fans on when they are not at Only half surveyed said they home. Fans do not cool the air, but • close the windows or doors when the they do have a cooling effect on the 20 per cent of respondents temperature outside is hotter than the skin. More homes in the Southern Interior • use air conditioning than any other in the Lower Mainland and on Van- temperature inside. “Record heat and long stretches of dry weather are becoming the new norm in the province, and BC Hydro’s meteorologists are predicting another hot summer this year,” said Chris O’Riley, BC Hydro’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “While we typically see higher electricity demand in the cold, dark winter months, summer demand for power is rising largely due to higher A/C usage.”

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Cold comfort comes at a cost. Running a central air conditioner for nine hours a day over the summer costs around $300, compared to just $6 for a fan for the same amount of time. A recent survey commissioned by BC Hydro also found 93 per cent of British Columbians are adding to their energy bills by setting A/C units lower than the BC Hydro-recommended 25 degrees Celsius. For example:


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Government invites companies to Sprint With Us

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reshWorks Studio of Victoria is the first company to be awarded a contract using Sprint With Us, a new procurement process that makes it simpler and faster for British Columbia’s tech companies to do business with government. The project will use new ideas and emerging technologies to build and improve applications that support regulatory oversight of the mining sector in British Columbia. Sprint With Us reduces procurement timelines from more than three months, to six weeks. It allows the Province to develop business solutions quickly and effectively, while still maintaining rigorous procurement standards. "Sprint With Us makes it easier for small and medium-sized tech companies to work with government, by reducing the time, effort and cost of bidding on contracts,” said Jinny

Sims, Minister of Citizens’ Services. “We are listening to our stakeholders and working with B.C. businesses to drive innovation, spur the economy and create good-paying jobs across the province." Designed in collaboration with approximately 50 B.C. tech firms, Sprint With Us offers a fixed price to teams that can deliver software ments — to still be competitive and different from the traditional model. The new process is more transparent actually win the contract.” products in a specific time period. in its ability to identify the required “Sprint With Us is a progressive and Sprint With Us was designed as part skills and fit for the project and cliinnovative approach to procurement, of government’s BC Developers’ ent,” said Tamer Shafik, director of as it creates a level playing field for Exchange, an open network of deconsulting, Sierra Systems. “The companies of all sizes,” said Sam velopers, app builders, startups and shorter time frame generated a buzz, Mod, CEO, FreshWorks Studio Inc. public-sector innovators who work and required intense, focused effort. “This new focus is great for creating collaboratively on software chalOur team enjoyed going through the jobs and building the economy here lenges, while seeding business opchallenging technical process.” in B.C. The fact that Sprint With Us portunities for B.C. tech companies. is fast allows small companies like “It is phenomenal what the BCDev- “Sprint With Us is another way the us — who are short on resources or Exchange team have achieved. This B.C. government is driving innovatime required for traditional procure- new procurement process is totally tion, and showing it is open for business,” said Sims.

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Harbhajan Mann’s son Avkash won’t promote violence, alcohol through music

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opular Punjabi singer-actor Harbhajan Mann’s son Avkash Mann has launched his debut single, which has been featured on the American Top 40 Charts playlist on Spotify, featuring artists like Arianna Grande and Beyonce Knowles. He says he doesn’t want to use his music to promote anything that would cause harm to people and so, he would like to stay away from songs that refer to violence, guns, and alcohol. His debut song, “Away”, has been composed, written and sung by Avkash himself. The English pop single, which released last week, has elements of alternative R&B. “I always thought that if I write songs then I would want to write them for people who can relate to them. My music is inspired by what is going on around me. Not just my own life, but also my friends’ and close family’s lives,” Avkash told IANS in a telephonic interview. “They are all positive songs. Whether it is a song with romantic theme or social theme, I want to have positive messages in my music. I don’t want to promote anything that would wanna make people do something that is detrimental to themselves or people around them,” he added.

Sharing examples, he said: “Like violence and guns...lyrics like ‘goli marna’ (shoot somebody) and alcohol. That’s not me.” His music is more about introspection. “With social media and all, everything is happening at a fast pace. People don’t have the time to sit down and introspect,” he said. The young artiste has received training in singing, acting and writing from Langley Fine Arts School, University of Toronto and the New York Film Academy. “I have been writing songs for a long time. It has always been a passion of mine to be a singer, songwriter and actor. The past couple of years, I have been training. Then I wanted to put my stuff out there. I didn’t want to take the conventional ‘star kid’ route by having a grand launch and all,” said Avkash. “I stay away from attention and grand things. I let my work do the talking,” he added. But did he take his father’s help? “No. I sent my music to an independent distributor called AWAL. Now,

the relevance of big companies is becoming less and less. I didn’t tell my dad about this until I got the acceptance from AWA L a n d they heard my music and said they will distribute it. Then I told him about it. He was really happy to hear it,” he “We want to have our own individual unique identities. My dad is still acsaid. tive in his career. He should have his Any pressure of being a star kid or own image. At the same time, we are fear that he will be compared to his a team and united. Hopefully, we are father, who has been in the industry going to do projects together,” he for over three decades? added. “That’s (comparison) natural. I know Avkash’s kitty is full right now. that’s going to happen and is inevitable. I am just going to work hard,” “I have written songs in Punjabi and I am working on Hindi tracks he said. too. There are some film stuff in “I won’t deny the fact that people the pipeline too. That’s all going to know who my father is but it’s not be announced in the next couple of that I told my dad that ‘I wanna do a months,” he said. movie’. I went through the audition process. My father and I are clear on Article courtesy of: Natalia Ningththe fact that I don’t want to follow oujam (By: Babushahi Bureau) his path.

Government of Canada providing assistance to Toronto for asylum seeker housing

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uilding on previous commitments to support Toronto and other municipalities facing temporary housing pressures, the federal government announced today that it will actively support Toronto through housing support for asylum seekers currently housed in two college dormitories. With Toronto facing pressure to find housing for this cohort of individuals, in-depth discussion have resulted in strong collaboration between Toronto and the federal government to ensure this matter will be resolved in advance of the early August deadline, when the temporary dormitory housing facilities need to be vacated.

Specific details will be forthcoming as plans advance. The federal government also continues to work closely on the development of contingency plans with its provincial and municipal partners to reduce the pressures the influx of irregular border crossers has had on temporary housing in major cities such as Toronto. Toronto has a long history of welcoming refugees and newcomers, and in recent months has accommodated many asylum claimants in an already strained shelter system. Although the number of irregular border crossers in June dropped for the second month in a row, the lowest in

the last year, the federal government continues to actively engage with its partners to develop contingency plans in order to support the municipalities in the provision of temporary housing.

As part of the contingency planning activities, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and Canada Border Services Agency are increasing their capacity to provide temporary beds for those crossing near Roxham Road in St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, On June 1, the Government of Canada Quebec. pledged an initial $50 million to assist the provinces and municipalities In addition, a contract has been signed that have borne the majority of costs with the NAV Centre in Cornwall, associated with the recent influx. Of Ontario, to provide additional temthese funds, $11 million will be pro- porary accommodations to asylum vided directly to the City of Toronto seekers should it be required. in the coming weeks. Direct funding These temporary accommodations was required after the Province of will allow the government to better Ontario chose to withdraw from its manage the flow of asylum seekers, jurisdictional responsibility around helping reduce the strain placed on housing. municipalities. PAGE 25


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High-priority communities receive funding to address overdose crisis Twenty high-priority B.C. communities are receiving funding from government’s new Community Overdose Crisis Innovation Fund.

grants, each CAT had the opportunity to apply for one-time grants of $100,000 through the first stream of the Community Overdose Crisis Innovation Fund.

The funding will support regions where the overdose crisis is the most prevalent and where local Community Action Teams (CATs) have been established.

“CATs across the province represent a diverse group of frontline workers, community members, first responders, medical and government partners coming together at the local level to co-ordinate activities for the purpose of saving lives,” said Miranda Compton, operations director, Provincial Emergency Overdose Response Centre. “Team members are dedicated to making their communities safer, and work to co-ordinate and deliver a system of early, proactive support and awareness around the overdose crisis.”

“Local communities play a vital role in saving lives, preventing overdoses and connecting people to treatment and recovery,” said Judy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions. “Some of the most innovative solutions have come from local community action. Today’s announcement supports partnerships, launches local actions, and builds knowledge to ensure community teams can continue to effectively Each CAT is unique to its communities and can include members from municirespond to the overdose crisis.” pal government, Indigenous partners, Earlier in 2018, the Overdose Emer- first responders, front-line community gency Response Centre (OERC) agencies, topic experts, people and launched Community Action Teams in families with lived experience. Local 20 B.C. communities that were identi- provincial ministry staff who provide fied through data as being high priority housing, children and family supports, for the overdose response. In part- and poverty reduction services will nership with the Community Action partner with these teams. Initiative, which is administering the

the provincial OERC in order to share innovations that work to save lives. Local First Nations organizations and Indigenous peoples will also be central to the work of all CATs, to make sure Expanding community-level overdose cultural safety and culturally appropriprevention services. ate supports are embedded in all of the Ensuring the availability of naloxone actions put forward by each team. wherever it is needed. This first stream of funding will be CATs focus on strategies to prevent overdoses, save lives and support people with addictions on a pathway to treatment and recovery, including:

Addressing the toxic drug supply followed by a second stream that through expanded drug-checking ser- will be awarded in fall 2018 – up to a maximum of $75,000 per community vices. – available for all B.C. communities Increasing connections to addiction affected by the overdose response. The treatment medications. second stream of funding will address Proactively supporting people at risk local needs, with an emphasis on acof overdose by intervening early to tions to reach people using substances provide services like treatment and alone. The Community Crisis Innovation Fund has a budget of $6 million housing. each for 2018-19 and 2019-20, and Raising community awareness of is part of the Province’s three-year, overdose risk and strategies to increase $322-million investment to address the safety. overdose crisis. Each CAT will work with health authority regional response team leads to help identify the most effective overdose prevention and early intervention actions for individual communities, while sharing lessons learned with

This announcement supports the work of the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions to vigorously and comprehensively respond to the overdose crisis and save lives.

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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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The BCEHS Action Plan is transforming emergency health services in BC BC Emergency Health Services BCEHS to better match resources to (BCEHS) has made significant prog- patients means better care for all British ress in the first year of implementing Columbians.” the three-year BCEHS Action Plan. BCEHS has also introduced innovaThe bold plan focuses on improving tions in its dispatch centres to improve ambulance response times for life- clinical oversight and enhance the threatening and time-critical 9-1-1 patient experience for those who have calls, and enhancing services for pa- non-urgent medical issues. tients who don’t require ambulance “Meeting the needs of patients is at transport to hospital. the heart of everything we are doing A newly released progress report on the to improve our services,” said Linda BCEHS Action Plan describes many Lupini, executive vice president of of the changes that have already taken BCEHS and the Provincial Health place in year one of the three-year plan. Services Authority. “We are deeply Progress includes adding 127 paramedic positions, 20 dispatch positions, proud of our staff for their commit45 ambulance vehicles, as well as other ment in helping BCEHS make these investments to ensure high-quality, transformative changes.” sustainable services. “This first year of changes at BCEHS demonstrates our commitment to increasing the number of stable paramedic positions, and improving emergency services in urban, rural and remote areas of the province,” said Health Minister Adrian Dix. “More paramedics and changes that allow

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The first year of implementation of the BCEHS Action Plan lays the groundwork for more service improvements in years two and three. As part of year two, BCEHS has implemented a new clinical response model and will introduce more pathways for patients to be treated in their homes and communities.

Minister’s statement on immigration

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ruce Ralston, Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology, has made the following statement after the federal-provincialterritorial meeting with ministers responsible for immigration: “Canada is a welcoming country, and British Columbia is proud to support refugees and asylum seekers as they make the difficult transition to a new life in our province. “My meeting with federal, provincial and territorial colleagues focused on how we can collaborate to make immigration pathways more responsive to the rapidly changing needs of our labour market. In addition, we will continue working together to improve Canada’s asylum system, making it more efficient for people who are integrating into our communities.

“British Columbia’s strength is its diversity, and we will continue to welcome newcomers to help build B.C.’s strong, sustainable economy. In Budget 2018, we provided up to $6 million per year to enhance settlement programs and create a centre for newcomers. This commitment represents an increase of more than 75% in annual provincial funding for settlement services – the highest level since 2014. “Immigration is a key economic driver that supports job growth, innovation and diversity in British Columbia, and across Canada. British Columbians benefit from a richer cultural depth and stronger sense of community when we embrace people, who are choosing B.C. as their new home, with open arms.” PAGE 31


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iewk qy iewk do, do qy do cfr

mjLfk mjLfk ivwc kuJ GutF ivskI dIaF “nhIN, ijvyN aMnHy dy kMn vDyry kMm krn lwg avqfr ny jIq dy kokf kolf vfly iglfs jFdy hn Ausy qrF AusdIaF kudrqI BuwKF Aus ivwc pf idwqIaF. dIaF awKF, Aus dy hwQF, Aus dy bolF, Aus dy “kI krdy E…” jIq ny jrf ku mwQy Auwqy pYrF, Aus dy vflF ivwc af geIaF. lok AuwQoN iqAuVI pf ky ikhf. hI aMdfjy lfAuNdy rihMdy hn. afpxIaF awKF “myrI shuM lgy kihMidaF kihMidaF glfs , afpxy pYrF, afpxy vflF dIaF bAurfnIaF Ausny jIq dy hwQ ivwc PVf idwqf. jIq Btkxf qoN by Kbr Auh socdI hY, Auh bUhy dvfeI vFg iewko sfh pI qF geI, pr Aus dIaF awKF ivwc pfxI af igaf. ZohI afpxy Gr dy aMdr bYTI hY. “qusIN qF AuNj vI hoey Ausdy aPsr.”

“hF hF GV idE Aus leI ieh iPlfsPIaF. “suixaYN, quhfzI mnormf zirMk vI krdI pr mYN ieQy quhfzy nfl AusdIaF gwlF krn aY.” nhIN afeI.” “sLyr idl aOrq hY. nfly ies ivwc mfVI gwl “pr Auh qF bVI vfrI quhfzf hfl puwCdI vI kI aY, vlYq ivwc qF sfrIaF hI aOrqF pINdIaF ny.” rihMdI hY.” jIq ikMnf icr cuwp bYTI rhI. “mYnUM qF Auh jfxdI vI nhIN.” “mYN dwisaf sI quhfzy bfry.” “kI dwisaf sI?’ “ieh ik qusIN bVy zfZy ho.”

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do ku pYwg pI ky avqfr ny bUhy Auprlf prdf svfiraf, qy afpxy vfly pfisEN AuwT ky jIq vl af ky boilaf, “bYT jfvF?

“bYT jfE.” jIq ny jrf ku pry nUM srkidaF j I q n y k o e I A u q w r n f i d w q f . ikhf. “asl ivwc qusIN swcI mucI kdy iksy nUM “kI gwl iBwty jfEgy?” avqfr ny Aus dy cfihaf nhIN. nhIN qF ijs nUM qusIN swc muwc nfl Zuk ky bYTidaF pwuiCaf. ‘cMgf qusIN cfho Aus qoN kuJ Cupf ky jF bcf ky ikvyN rwK kokf kolf iplfieaf, jfxI kfljf ijhf skdy ho.”? mwcx lwg ipaf.”

zf: dlIp kOr itvfxf

“iks nfl?”

bwqI blLI qy buJ geI.

“iksy nfl vI.”

Aus nUM Gr Cwzx af irhf Auh kih irhf sI, “mYnUM, mYnUM nhIN sI pqf qyry aMdr eynI awg hY qy qUM mYnUM eynf ipafr krdIN ey. mYN qyrf bVf sLukrgujLfr hF. mYN smJdf sI… mYN smJdf sI…hux qF mYN qYnUM swcI muwcIN dI ksm Kf ky afKdf hF ik Aus afpxI shylI nfl qF kI iksy vI hor aOrq nfl kdy gwl nhIN krFgF.”

“jy myrf ivafh nf hoieaf huMdf qF mYN jLrUr kr lYNdf.” “mYN rvI nUM vI suKjIq bfry sB kuJ dws idwqf sI. quhfnUM, rvI qy suKjIq dovF bfry.” “iesy leI qF mnormf bfry mYN quhfzy koloN kuJ nhIN Cupfieaf. AuNj CupfAux vflf kuJ hY vI nhIN sI.” “quhfnUM swc muwc Auh cMgI lgdI hY?” “ hF. dUsrI ieh vI gwl hY ik mYN jfxdF hF qusIN iewk nf iewk idn mYnUM Cwz jfEgy. myry kol kuJ vI qF quhfnUM dyx leI nhIN. ies hfr qoN bcx leI ieh JUTf Auprflf hY.”

jIq sLfied kuJ vI nhIN sI sux rhI. Aus ny koeI Auwqr nf idwqf.

avqfr Aus nUM gyt Auwqy hI Cwz ky muV igaf. bgIcI ivwcoN dI lMGdI nUM Aus nUM rfq dI rfxI dy PuwlF dI mihk afeI. pr nfl hI jIq ny koeI Auwqr nf idwqf. Auh ibt ibt Aus nUM Xfd afieaf bgIcI ivwcoN ijpsI nUM swp lV igaf sI. avqfr dy mUMh vl qkdI rhI. “ikQy geI sI, ipCoN qyrI trMk kfl afeI “cwlIey?” sI?” bfr vVdI nUM hI Aus dy Brf ny ikhf. “hF” “ikQoN?” Auh AuwT KVHy hoey. bfhr hfl ivwc bYTy lokF vl nf qwkdf hoieaf avqfr hotl qoN “ieh qF agly ny dwisaf nhIN, mYN puwiCaf bfhr igaf. Aus dy ipCy af rhI jIq iewk vI sI.” QF aVk ky izgdI izgdI bcI. kfr ivwc rsIvr cuk ky aYkscyNj qoN jIq ny puwiCaf, bYT ky iPr avqfr ny Aus df hwQ GutidaF “432 nMbr Auwqy ijhVI trMk kfl afeI puwiCaf, sI ikQoN sI?”

“qusIN myry bfry myry qoN vDyry jfxdy pRqIq “clo QonUM iPr awg buJfAux df qrIkf “Gr clogy?” dwsIey.” afKidaF avqfr ny dovF glfsF huMdy ho.” “myry Gr.” ivw c ivskI pfeI qy iPr brP dIaF zlIaF “Auh vI kI muhwbq hoeI ik agly nUM BuwiKaF “quhfzI bIvI ?” pf idwqIaF. iqRhfieaF hI mfr idE.” Auh bwicaF smyq pyky geI hoeI hY.” “nhIN mYnUM ieh nhIN cfhIdI.” jIq ny ikhf. “kwl sfzy Gr iewk joqsLI afieaf sI, “quhfzI Auh shylI quhfzy nfl Gr clI afKdf sI rvI jIAuNdf hY qy ikDry kYd hY.” avqfr ny Aus dy moZy duafly bFh vlf ky jFdI hY ?” Aus nUM afpxy nfl Guwitaf qy ikhf, “qYnUM “joqsLI ny afpxy pYsy Kry krn leI jo gwl “hF. Auh quhfzy vFg mYnUM eyzf burf bMdf myrI shuM lwgy.” quhfnUM cMgI lwgxI sI kih qI. qusIN afp soco, nhIN smJdI.” jIq ny iew k o sfh glfs KflI kr ky rw K ikMny sfl ho gey ny. Aus dy qF Blf jIAuNdy “burf bMdf qF mYN vI nhIN smJdI. mYnUM jfxI hox df vI pqf nhIN. hux suKjIq hY, mYN kih idwqf. kfsy dI smJ ijhI nhIN lgdI.” skdf hF ik Auh kdy vfips nhIN afvygf. kuJ icr ipCoN AusnUM cwkr ijhy afAux lwg “afpxy Gr cl ky mYN ieh dyKxf cfhuMdf hF ijs ny vlYq dI ijMLdgI dyK leI Auh nhIN pey. Auh avqfr dy moZy nfl lwg ky ijvyN ik jykr qUM myrI huMdI qF ikvyN mihsUs huMdf. muVdf Pyr. muVn nUM ieDr hY vI kI?” sON cwlI sI. “hux quhfzI nhIN ?” “ieAuN nf kho.” “Gr cwlIey?” avqfr ny pwuiCaf. “swc ny qF swc hI rihxf hY BfvyN jo mrjLI “nhIN,” jIq ny lfl hoeIaF awKF nfl Aus “iPr eyzf sLwk sMkoc ikAuN ?” “iewk sLrq qy jf skdI hF.” kho.” vwl qwk ky ikhf. “koeI TMZI cIjL mMgvfE pIx leI.’ jIq “cMgf Pyr mYN afpxI Aus shylI mnormf nUM “mYnUM sO sLrq mnjLUr hY.” ny afpxy mwQy AuwqoN psIny dIaF by-mlUmIaF lY jfvFgF.” avqfr ny JUTI mUTI df mKOl “afpxI Aus shylI nfl bolxf Cwz idEgy.” kIqf qy nfl hI jIq df isr afpxy moZy qoN bUMdF pUMJidaF ikhf. “mYN ksm KFdf hF.” kihMidaF kfr Aus ny prF htfieaf. avqfr ny GMtI vjfeI. afpxy Gr vwl moV leI. “jy Blf aj Gr jFdI nUM suKjIq afieaf jIq ny svfr ky Aus vwl dyiKaf. “qusIN jy mfeINz nf kro qF mYN vI zirMk bYTf hovy.” jIq ny ijvyN afpxy afpo nfl mMgvf lvfN myrf vI jIa awj bVf Audfs Auh msukrf ipaf. gwl kIqI. hY.” “ieh vI koeI prI kQf hY ik aYn mOky isr Gr af igaf. “mMgvf lE.” sLihjLfdf phuMc jfvygf. qUM hux Ausdf iKafl avqfr ny dulhn vFg jIq df hwQ PV ky ivskI af geI soZf af igaf qy jIq leI Cwz dy. Ausny kdoN df iksy mym nfl ivafh kfr ivwcoN Aus nUM Auqfiraf. jMdrf KoilHaf kr ilaf hoxf. qUM vI ivafh kr lY.” kokf kolf. qy iswDf sOx vfly kmry ivwc hI lY igaf.

“sOrI mYzm, mYN qF ajy huxy zIAUtI Auwqy afieaF hF, mYnUM nHI pqf.” “vlYq qoN qF nhIN sI?” “sOrI mYzm mYnUM nhIN pqf.” jIq ny lMbF sfh Biraf qy rsIvr rwK idwqf. “ikQy geI sI?” Aus dI mF ny lukvIN iKJ nfl puwiCaf. “avqfr vl, “ afK Auh pOVIaF cVHn lwgI. avqfr sfry twbr df jfxU sI. by iewjLq kbIldfr bMdf sI ijs krky mF nUM ieh hor bhuqf nrfjL hox vflI gwl nf lwgI. AuNj vI jIq nUM Auh cMgI qrF jfxdI sI, Aus dI DI aYsI-vYsI kuVI nhIN sI. svyry mF jdoN Aus nUM cfh leI AuTfx geI qF Auh mrI peI sI. sLfied Auh bVI rfq qwk jfgdI rhI sI. kmry dI bwqI ajy vI blL rhI sI. kol jfpfnI nftkF dI ikqfb KuwlHI peI sI. ikqfb ivwc qsvIr sI ijs ivwc nwby pcwnvyN sfl dI buwZI nfiekf nUM KUbsUrq afKx vflf lvI miraf ipaf sI. Aus dy kol iewk ispfhI KVHf sI. buZI nfiekf isgrtF dy toty igx rhI sI, qy iewk qy iewk do, do qy do cfr.” “iewk qy iewk do, do qy do cfr.” PAGE 33


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modI dI rYlI `c ÜMgr qy dsqfr dI byadbI qoˆ iswK aOKy mlot ivc buwDvfr nUM hoeI modI dI iksfn kilafx rYlI ivwc dsqfr qy lMgr dI by adbI hoeI . iswK jQybMdIafˆ ny ies df sKq noits ilaf hY . qKq dmdmf sfihb dy muqvfËI jQydfr bljIq isMG dfdUvfl ny ikhf hY ik dsqfr qy lMgr dI byadbI df KimafËf bfdlfˆ nUM Bugqxf pvygf. AunHfˆ ikhf ik aglIafˆ ÈoRmxI kmytI coxfˆ ivwc ienHfˆ gwlfˆ krky bfdl dl nUM bfhr hoxf pvygf. iesy qrHfˆ XUnfeIitz akflI dl dy bfdlfˆ dy ñòñ kroVI hvfeI JUitafˆ `qy akflI dl ny jrnl skwqr BfeI gurdIp isMG biTMzf ny ikhf hY ik ÈRomxI kmytI vwloˆ rfjsI rYlI vfsqy lMgr Byijaf. muPq lMgr imlLy hox krky ies dI rYÜI mgroˆ byadbI hoeI . iswDU nUM Gyiraf AunHfˆ afiKafˆ ik iesy qrHfˆ pRDfn mMqrI nUM pwg dI kImq df aihsfs nhIˆ ijMˆnfˆ ny iewk bfdl pirvfr vwloˆ ipCÜy ñú sflfˆ dI srkfr dOrfn jhfËfˆ `qy ñòñ kroV rupey qy pl ivwc dsqfr Auqfr idwqI . JUty lYx dy mfmly `qy Aultf nvjoq iswDU nUM Gyiraf hY .ÈRomxI akflI dl ny ikhf hY ik tfeItlr vwlˆo PUlkf dy muwkdmy iKlfP cuxOqI vfps sQfnk srkfrfˆ bfry mMqrI nvjoq iswDU akflI –Bfjpf srkfr qy kfˆgrs srkfr dovfˆ dy hvfeI Xfqrf Kricafˆ dI qulnf krdyˆ smyˆ Èryafm JUT bol rhy hn . Auˆj akflI ñùøô dy iswK kqlyafm dy mwuK mulËm jgdIÈ tfeItlr ny afpxI cuxOqI vfps dl ny ñòñ kroV rupey dy Krcy bfry kuJ nhIˆ boilaf . iswDU ny ikhf ik ieh jfxkfrI lY leI hY . tfeItlr ny PUlkf vwloˆ dfier kIqyy mfxhfnI muwkdmy ivwc jfrI sMmnfˆ afrtIafeI rfhIˆ pRfpq kIqI geI hY . ÈRomxI akflI dl dy bulfry mhyÈieMdr isMG nUM idwlI Auwc adflq ivwc cuxOqI idwqI sI . ijs nUM Aus ny vfps lY ilaf hY . ies mfmly dI suxvfeI ajy hoxI hY pr jgdIÈ tfeItlr ny afpxI ptIÈn nUM vfps gryvfl ny ikhf hY ik iswDU glq aMkVy pyÈ krn ivc mÈhUr hY . lY ilaf hY . tfeItlr ny PUlkf ivrwuD ieqrfjLXog Èbd khy sn ijs qo bfad iksfnfˆ vwloˆ modI df kflLf svfgq PUlkf ny tfeIttr ivruwD mfxhfnI mukwdmf dfier kIqf hoieaf hY . pRDfn mMqrI nryˆdr modI dI sRI mukqsr sfihb ivKy cwl rhI rYlI ivc iksfnfˆ dy sohly gfey jfx dy bfvjUd iksfnfˆ ny Dfvf bol idwqf. kyˆdr dIaf nIqIafˆ qoˆ asihmq iksfnfˆ ny pIaYm ivruwD ros jqfAuxf cfihaf sI iksfnfˆ nUM modI dI rYlI ivc jfx qoˆ rokx leI puils POrn hrkq ivwc af geI puils vwloˆ roky BfrqI iksfn XUnIan (iswDUpur) dI agvfeI ivwc iksfnfˆ ny mIzIaf sfhmxy jMm ky afpxf ros jqfieaf. puils vwloˆ roky jfx dy bfvjUd iksfn keI iklomItr qwk awgy vD gey. ijQy sfbkf muwK mMqrI pRkfs isMG bfdl ,sfbkf Aup muwK mMqrI suKbIr bfdl dy nfl nfl hirafxf dy muwK mMqrI mnohr lfl Kwtr aqy akflI Bfjpf dy vwzy lIzr mOjUd sn. modI srkfr ivrwuD iksfnfˆ ny sVk qy jMm ky nfarybfËI kIqI . iksfnfˆ ny kyˆdr srkfr qoˆ svfmInfQn irport lfgU krn dI mMg kIqI .

hrmn ny cmkfeI mndIp dI iksmq, iPr lwgygI zIaYspI dI PIqI ikRkt iKzfrn hrmnpRIq kOr vfˆg kfmnvYlQ KHyzfˆ ivwc son qmgf ijwqx vflI aYQlIt mndIp kOr vI muV zIaYspI bxygI . mndIp nUM jfalI izgrI qoˆ bfad izmot krky zIaYspI qoˆ kfˆstybl bxfieaf sI . ies qrHfˆ hrmnpRIq dy kys krky mndIp dI vI iksmq cmkdI nËr af rhI hY . KHyz mMqrI rfxf gurmIq soZI ny ikhf jo hrmnpRIq leI kYbint ivwc kfnUMn bxygf. AuhI mndIp leI lfgU hovygf. mndIp df kys hrmn dI qrHfˆ hI ivcfiraf jfeygf. Xfd rhy PrvrI mhIny ivwc kYptn srkfr ny mndIp nUM izmot kIqf sI .

asqIiPafˆ mgroˆ `afp` c vDI ihwljul, Kihrf ny rwKI BgvMq mfn nflL mIitMg keI iËlHfˆ pRDfnfˆ vwloˆ asqIiPafˆ mgroˆ `afp` `c ihljuwl vD geI hY . ies mfmly nUM lY ky ivroDI iDr dy nyqf suKpfl isMG Kihrf awj BgvMq mfn nfl gwlbfq kr rhy hn . Kihrf ny ikhf ` ieh mMdBfgf hY .ieh sfzI pfrtI df aMdrUnI mfmlf hY . myrI BgvMq mfn nflL mIitMg hY . AunHfˆ nUM mY khfˆgf ik asqIPf dyx vfly nyqfvfˆ df pwK suixafN jfvy. AunHfˆ dI nrfËgI vI dUr kIqI jfvygI . jykr ËrUrq peI qfˆ pMjfb ieMcfrj mnIÈ issodIaf nUM imlfˆgy .

afp` ny lfeI ahuidafˆ dI JVI , ôú hlikafˆ dy afbËrvr inXukq afm afdmI pfrtI (afp) pMjfb ny pfrtI dI Drfql pwDr `qy hor mËbUqI leI sMgTnfqmk Zfˆcy df vwzy pwDr `qy ivsqfr krdy hoey ñô sUbf jrnl skwqrfˆ nUM ôú ivDfn sBf hlikafˆ dy afbËrvr bxfieaf hY . ies dy nfl hI cfr sUbf jrnl skwqr, jlMDr idhfqI qy qrn qfrn leI nvyˆ iËlHf pRDfn , Kymkrn , nvfˆ Èihr qy cwbyvfl ivDfn sBf hlikafˆ leI nvyˆ hlkf pRDfn inXukq kIqy hn . afp dy muwK dPqr qoˆ pfrtI dy sUbf sih pRDfn zf blbIr isMG vwloˆ sUcI jfrI kIqI geI hY . PAGE 34

gYˆgstr idlpRIq GumMdf sI mOl ,dyKdf sI iPlmfˆ pr cMzIgVH puils rhI byKbr

gYˆgstr idlpRIq isMG Zfhfˆ AurP bfbf dy igRPqfr hox qoˆ bfad ieh Kulfsf hoieaf hY ik Auh cMzIgVH Èihr ivwc Kulyafm GuMmdf sI .cMzigVH puils nUM kfPI nmoÈI df sfhmxf krnf ipaf jdo ies gwl df Kulfsf hoieaf ik gYˆgstr idlpRIq isMG mOÜ qy cMzIgVH dIaf hor pRmuwK Qfvfˆ `qy Èryafm GuMmdf rihMdf sI . idlpRIq afpxI pRyimkf ruipMdr kOr nfl ivafh qoˆ bgYr gRihsQ jIvn ivc rihMdf hoieaf qfËf iPlmfˆ df afnMd vI lgfqfr mfxdf rihMdf sI .

kYptn ny CfˆgI mjITIaf dI surwiKaf CqrI kYptn srkfr ny keI nyqfvfˆ qy aPsrfˆ dI surwiKaf ivwc ktOqI kr idwqI hY . ies qbdIÜI ivwc sfbkf mfl mMqrI ibkrmjIq isMG mjITIaf dI surwiKaf CqrI vI GtI hYy . nvyˆ hukmfˆ mqfbk kuwl ñòõ lokfˆ dI surwiKaf ivc lwgy hoey òúú mulfËmfˆ nUM hux htf ilaf igaf hY . mjITIafˆ qoˆ vI ññ gMnmYn vfps ley hn. htfey gey puils mulfËmfˆ nUM afpo afpxy sbMDq hYwzkuaftrfˆ ivwc Byijaf jfvygf. Xfd rhy ipCly mhIny kYbint mIitMMg ivc jylH mMqrI suKijMdr rMDfvf ny muwK mMqrI kol ibkrm mjITIaf nUM imlI surwiKaf df muwdf cuwikaf sI . AunHfˆ muwK mMqrI nUM svfl kIqf ik mjITIaf nUM ieMnI surwiKaf ikAuˆ idwqI geI hY qy AunHfˆ vwlo spYÈl rUt ikAuˆ lfey jfˆdy hn? ieh mfmlf mIzIaf ivwc afAux krky kYptn srkfr ksUqI iGr geI sI .afm afdmI pfrtI vI ies df ivroD kr rhI sI .

kYptn df hirafxf nUM korf jvfb, cMzIgVH `qy nf rwKo awK !

mwuK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG ny spÈt kIqf hY ik cMzIgVH isrP pMfjb df hY qy hirafxf ies qy nËr nf rwKy. AunHfˆ ikhf ik pMfjb dyÈ df iewko- iewk sUbf hY ijs kol afpxI rfjDfnI nhIˆ. pMjfb df cMzIgVH qy ieiqhfsk hwk hY .AunHfˆ ikhf ik ipCly smyˆ ivwc vwK vwK iekrfrnfimafˆ ivwc cMzIgVH pMjfb nUM idwqf igaf pr bdiksmqI nfl iesnUM amlI rUp nhIN imilLaf.AunHfˆ ikhf ik hirafxf iewk nvfˆ sUbf hox krky afpxI rfjDfnI sQfpq krn ivwc Aus dI shfieqf kIqI jfxI cfhIdI hY qy cMzIgVH pMjfb dI rfjDfnI vjoˆ pMjfb nUM dy dyxf cfhIdf hY .

nÈf CuzfAU kyˆdr nwko nwk Bry ,mrIËfˆ dI cwl rhI vyitMg niÈafˆ `qy kYptn srkfr dI sKqI qoˆ bfad nÈf CzfAU kyˆdrfˆ ivwc muV BIV vDxI ÈurU ho geI hY . jlMDr dy mfzl nÈf CuzfAU kyˆdr ivwc sfry bYwz Puwl ho gey hn . mrIËfˆ nUM vyitMg `qy rwiKaf igaf hY . õú bYwz vfly ies nÈf CuzfAU kyˆdr ivwc EpIzI ivwc ielfj krvfAux afey mrIËfˆ dI igxqI ivwc vI kfPI vfDf hoieaf hY . nÈy dI EvrzoË nfl hox vflIafˆ mOqfˆ dy muwdy qoˆ bfad kYptn srkfr ny kfrvfeI kridafˆ nÈf CuzfAU kyˆdrfˆ dy zfktrfˆ nUM mIzIaf nUM koeI vI jfxkfrI nf dyx dI sKq hdfieq kIqI hY .


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Province launches BC Bus North for affordable, safe travel in northern B.C.

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he B.C. government is launching a new, interim long-haul northern bus service to fill the gap Greyhound will leave behind, and help make sure British Columbians living in the north are able to travel safely and affordably from community to community, Premier John Horgan announced. The new service, called BC Bus North, will begin providing service on June 4, 2018, just days after Greyhound discontinues the majority of its northern bus routes on June 1.

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“People in the North rely on transportation for their livelihoods, to access the health and education services they need, and to visit family and friends,” said Premier Horgan. “In the face of Greyhound’s decision, our job is to make sure northern communities and the people who live there are able to stay connected through safe, reliable and affordable public transportation.”

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The service will be affordable with one-way fares being either $35 or $45, per route, depending on how far people are travelling. Northern B.C. has unique transportation challenges due to its remote geography and vast distances between communities. Greyhound’s move to eliminate service in the North has put people at risk for isolation, such as those without access to personal vehicles, and especially people of low income, Indigenous communities, women, seniors and people with disabilities. The minister directed BC Transit to work with one of its service operators to provide a base-level service to help fill the gap left by Greyhound. BC Bus North will be operated by Pacific Western Transportation using four highway coaches, equipped with luggage and washroom facilities. “We’re looking forward to delivering a long-haul service for the first time to connect people and communities in northern B.C.,” said Erinn Pinkerton, interim president and CEO, BC Transit. “Our team has been working hard to find ways to make this interim solution meet the needs of customers in the North.” The Province will fund BC Bus North for 12 months, during which time government will work with local leaders to evaluate the demand for this new service, and develop a long-term transportation solution that works for people in this part of the province. PAGE 35


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Councillor Ross Siemens in The Race Again

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oss Siemens was born and raised in Abbotsford. His father’s parents were Mennonite refugees who immigrated to Canada from Russia during the Communist Revolution. Ross’s mother’s family was from England and Saskatchewan and are some of the original pioneers of Abbotsford. Ross’s Grandparents, Peter and Mary Siemens, established Hub Motor Service in 1954 at it’s present location on the corner of Essendene Ave. and Gladys Ave. in Historic Downtown Abbotsford. Ross’s parents, Jack and Marilyn Siemens, purchased the business in the early 1960’s. Ross grew up working in the family business. Both Ross and his wife Kelly purchased the business from his parents in 1995. His father Jake officially retired in 2011 but still enjoys coming by the shop on a regular basis, to work on collector/classic cars and can even be found painting the building or pressure washing the yard. The Siemens family has always been involved in community organizations and has always been involved with politics.

Ross’s grandfather, Peter, was one of the original Social Credit Party members that supported W.A.C. Bennett in the 1950’s.

Over the years, the siemens family has helped elect free enterprise MLA’s and MP’s to represent Abbotsford and its residents in Victoria and Ottawa.

Upon returning to Canada, Ross married his wife Kelly and eventually purchased his family business from his parents. Ross and Kelly have raised two daughters who are now in their early 20’s and pursing careers in education. Kelly is an elementary school teacher and has accepted a position as a teacher at M.E.I elementary beginning in the fall.

Ross attended his post-secondary education at the Fraser Valley College (Now University of the Fraser Valley) While raising their daughters, Ross and Kelly stayed involved in the commuand Trinity Western University. nity and put politics on hold until their In 1986 Ross became the youngest daughters were grown. Through these councillor elected in Abbotsford at the years Ross has served on the Board of age of 23. He served two terms, for Abbotsford Community Services and two years. the Abbotsford Sports Hall of Fame While serving his second term Ross Board of Directors. In 2014 Ross was had the opportunity to volunteer to elected to a four-year term on the Abparticipate in a building project in botsford city Council as part of the AbGrace Children’s Hospital Port-au- botsford First team along with fellow Prince, Hatti. This trip proved to be a councillors Sandy Blue, Kelly Chahal life changing event and lead Ross to and Brenda Falk. One of the reasons leave politics and the family business. Ross chose to be part of a team is beHe moved to Hong Kong, where he cause “getting elected is not about one worked with Youth with A Mission. person, it is about a vision”. The vision He had the opportunity to work with of Abbotsford being the “Economic Vietnamese Refugees, teach English in and Cultural Hub of the Fraser Valley” China and work with Teen Challenge, requires team work and a common vision. Together, with their fellow council in Macau.

collogues and Mayor Braun, Abbotsford First has laid a solid foundation to build on. On Octob e r 2 0 th, 2018 Abbotsford citizens will be electing a new council. All the Abbotsford First Councillors will be seeking re-elections. Councillor Sandy Blue, Councillor Kelly Chahal, Councillor Brenda Falk and Councillor Ross Siemens will be joined by a fifth Candidate, Dave Sidhu who is the owner/ manager of The Patrika Newspaper. Dave represents our future and will be an outstanding member of our team. Dave and his family have a strong history of building connections in our community. His understanding of business and his depth of experiences will help our city grow to a vibrant and inclusive city of 200,000 residents.

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bbotsfordFIRST announced Councillor Sandy Blue will be seeking re-election in the 2018 municipal election at a party event last week.

said Blue. “We have accomplished so much in the past four years including adopting a new governance model and strategic plan. And we have engaged with our community to build a new Official Community “I’m excited to announce I will be Plan that will take our city to 200,000 seeking a second term in office”, residents. I am proud of this work and look forward to continue to build upon the strong foundation we have put in place this past term.” Councillor Blue’s candidacy was announced by AbbotsfordFIRST president Markus Delves to dozens of supporters at Maple Lane Organic Farm and Agriculture Innovation Centre - a perfect backdrop to highlight Sandy’s passion for Innovation - and especially for Innovation in Agriculture. Councillors Brenda Falk and

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Ross Siemens along with city council candidate Dave Sidhu were in attendance. “My colleagues and I are thrilled that Sandy will be running for re-election” said Delves. “Sandy is a tireless advocate for the City of Abbotsford. She is out in the community every day helping move our city forward in a positive direction.” Councillor Blue was first elected to Abbotsford city council in 2014. She is a seasoned leader with a track record of exceptional performance across an eclectic array of national and international companies, community organizations and not for profit boards. Known as a savvy business strategist, accomplished communicator, skilled negotiator and builder of high perfor-

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Hope Dhadak touches hearts of millions : Jahnvi Kapoor

With less than a week to go for the release of her debut film Dhadak, actor Janhvi Kapoor hoped that the ShashankKhaitan directorial venture turns out to be a "moving experience" for the audience. "Like every film, I hope it entertains people. More than anything else, I hope people take time to think about the subject we are trying to talk about (in the film)," Kapoor, daughter of actor Sridevi and filmmaker Boney Kapoor, said at a promotional event in the city on Friday. The 21-year-old actor wanted her Bollywood debut, costarring Ishan Khatter, to touch lives. "I wish that they (audience) feel deeply for our characters. I believe Dhadak will touch the hearts of millions," she said. Dhadak, a Hindi remake of 2016 Marathi blockbuster Sairat, is set to hit the theatres on July 20. A part of the film has been shot in Kolkata. Asked about the constant comparisons between Sairat and Dhadak on social media, Kapoor said, "Sairat is an iconic film, not only for the Marathi cinema but for the whole country. I had seen the film even before Dhadak happened. Our film, on the other hand, is set in a different milieu, as visualised by Shashank Khaitan". Khatter, who earned accolades for his debut in Majid Majidi's Beyond the Clouds, said he knew from the very beginning

that people would compare the two films. "It had never been our attempt to make the film look better than Sairat in any way. That is why we did not feel any pressure from the negative comments," the 22-year-old starlet, step-brother of actor Shahid Kapoor, said. Asked to recall a funny experience during the shoot of Dhadak in the city, Kapoor said, "We had to wrap up a shot in just one take at an outdoor location, there were many media persons hanging around. One of them scampered to move out of the frame as the camera rolled and he was caught in the moment. That shot has been retained." The debutante actor also said that she would love to play legendary actresses Meena Kumari and Madhubala, if given a chance. "I had read about Meena Kumari and Madhubala, their lives have been so inspiring. I am one of their biggest fans. I would love to portray their characters if an opportunity came my way," she gushes. Talking about the Bengali food she relished in Kolkata during the shoot of Dhadak, Kapoor said, "It was fish curry and chingri machher malaikari all the way."

Acting while playing the trumpet was a challenge : Anil It's been a long journey for Anil Kapoor, who kicked-off his Bollywood career learning to play the harmonium for Woh Saat Din (1983), and is now taking to the trumpet in Fanney Khan. Even though 35 years divide the two films, Kapoor's process of understanding the instruments has remained as tedious as it always was. Like he did for his debut film, he became proficient at playing the trumpet before filming for Fanney Khan commenced.The toil was essential, says Kapoor. "The trumpet is an integral part of my character. It stays with him throughout the movie as a prized possession. I was excited to learn a new instrument and took lessons from [professional player] Ramesh Kumar Gurung," he reasons.Despite playing an array of instruments for his films - including the sitar when he was a child artiste starring in Tu Payal Mein Geet (1971) - it is the trumpet that he found the hardest to perform with. "Playing it, and acting whilst playing it, are two different things. It was challenging to emote while using the instrument. My character, Fanney, plays it when he is sad or happy. So I had to make it look real."Kapoor has often gone to great lengths to pull off some of his most memorable musicals. His effort to learn the sitar had him travel from Chembur to Bandra daily when he was all of 12. As for learning the harmonium

for Woh Saat Din, Kapoor trained in semi-classical music to do justice to his act. "I learned to play the harmonium from Ustad Iqbal Ahmed Khan. Music has played an integral part in my career. I understood melody and rhythm through the characters I have played."

Actors are supposed to be perfect all the time : Kajol Actor Kajol says there is no place for fear in her profession as people expect them to be perfect all the time.“I feel that in this profession and in this field, we are not allowed to have fears of any sort. We are supposed to kind of just go out there be perfect, incredible, amazing and not have any faults. We are supposed to be perfect all the time,” Kajol said.“I am very clear on the fact that we all are imperfect. Not only me, we all are imperfect and we all are humans and we have a right to be human as much as we can.”The actor says she has started embracing her fears.“I have a lot of doubts… ‘Can I do this or not, should I do this or should I not?’ Especially, when the stage is big and many people are looking at you, many people are judging you and there is so much

of critic happening.”“So, I think yes, you need to have faith in them on a daily basis. You have to calm them down and work through them.” Kajol, daughter of actor Tanuja, made her Hindi film debut with Rahul Rawail’s Bekhudi in 1992 and was known as the most natural actor of the 1990s. She was always clear what type of roles she wanted to do, the genres she wanted to explore and she was confident about taking a break to enjoy family time.

There is a MeToo movement in Bollywood without a hashtag for the media : Chitrangada “My body of work does not have as many films as I would have wished for,” she acknowledges during an interview. But later in the conversation, one realises the thin filmography is also because Chitrangada Singh “made a choice over and over again” to walk out of projects because she was asked to compromise.With Soorma, her first film as a producer, running in theatres and her acting career looking better than before (she has Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster and Bazaar with Saif Ali Khan in her kitty), Chitrangada Singh looks back at her journey, the tough choices she made, the scepticism she faced on turning producer and the silent MeToo movement that she says has begun in the industry. On being asked why the Hindi film industry

remains silent about its sexual predators, Chitrangada says actors might not make public comments about it, given the conservative fabric of Indian society, but they have begun changing the narrative of their stories when they are put in a position of compromise. “Yes, this is prevalent in any industry in the world, not just entertainment but corporate houses. Coming to why India isn’t the way the West is, because there’s a huge difference in the way the western society thinks and talks about the issues and the way we do it. It can’t be like we wake up one day and say, ‘We have to be like the West.’ It doesn’t change that fast. We have to understand the matrix of our society, how traditional we are still in our thinking, the way it is being run,” she says.

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¡√ÎÒÂ≈ Áπ÷∆ ’Á∆ ‘À : ‰Ï∆

* ’∆ √≥‹∂ ÁºÂ Á≈ «’Á≈ «ÈÌ≈¿∞∫Á∂ √Ó∂∫ ’∞fi ⁄π‰Â Ω ∆¡ª Á≈ √≈‘Ó‰≈ ’È≈ «Í¡≈? - ‘ª, ‹ÁØ∫ ≈‹» √ È∂ ÓÀ˘ Áº«√¡≈ «’ √≥‹∂ ÁºÂ Á∆ Ï≈«¬˙«Í’ ω≈ ‘∂ ‘È Âª Ó∂≈ Í«‘Ò≈ «¡À’ÙÈ √∆ «’ ¡«‹‘≈ √≥ÌÚ È‘∆∫, ¿∞‘ ¡‹∂ Ú∆ √πÍ √‡≈ ‘È ¡Â∂ ÓÀ∫ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ «’Á≈ «’Ú∂∫ «ÈÌ≈¡ √’Á≈ ‘ª, Í ‹ÁØ∫ ÓÀ∫ ’‘≈‰∆ ÍÛ∑∆ ª Ó∂≈ ’≈ÈÎ∆‚À∫√ ÚË «◊¡≈Õ «¬‘ ¡À’‡ Ú‹Ø∫ Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ √Ì ÂØ∫ Úº‚≈ ÓΩ’≈ √∆Õ ¡√∆∫ Ï‘∞ «Ó‘È ’∆Â∆ √‘∆ Ò∞’ ‘≈√Ò ’È Ò¬∆Õ ‹ÁØ∫ ÓÀ∫ «ÎÒÓ Ù∞ ’∆Â∆ √∆ ª Ó∂≈ Ì≈ √ºÂ «’ÒØ √∆ ¡Â∂ ÓÀ∫ AH «’ÒØ ‘Ø ÚË≈¿∞‰≈ √∆Õ ÓÀ˘ ÷πÁ ”⁄ ’≈ÈÎ∆‚À∫√ «Ò¡≈¿∞‰ Ò¬∆ Ï‘∞ «Ó‘È ’È∆ ͬ∆, Í ‹ÁØ∫ «¬‘ ¡≈ «◊¡≈ ª √Ì √Ω÷≈ ‘Ø «◊¡≈Õ * «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ √≥‹∂ ÁºÂ Á∆ «˜≥Á◊∆ Á∂ ¿∞Â≈¡-⁄Û∑≈¡ Á≈ «˜’ ‘ÀÕ ’ج∆ ¡«‹‘≈ ÍÒ ‹ÁØ∫ Â∞√∆∫ «¬ÓØÙÈÒ ‘Ø ◊¬∂ ‘ØÚØ? - Ï‘∞ √≈∂ «ÁzÙ ‘È, Í ‹∂ ÓÀ˘ ⁄π‰È Ò¬∆ «’‘≈ ‹≈Ú∂ ª ÓÀ∫ ÁØ √∆È√ Á∆ ◊ºÒ ’È≈ ⁄≈‘ª◊≈Õ «¬º’ ª “Ω’∆” Á∆ Íz∆Ó∆¡ Ú≈Ò≈ ‘À, «‹√ Á∆ «Ò∆˜ Á∂ ’∞fi ‘∆ «ÁÈ Í«‘Òª √≥‹∂ ÁºÂ Á∆ Óª È«◊√ ‹∆ Á≈ «Á‘ªÂ ‘Ø«¬¡≈ √∆Õ ‹ÁØ∫ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ √’∆«Èß◊ ‘ج∆ ª √≥‹∂ Ï≈‘ ÏÀ·∂ ¡≈͉∂ «ÍÂ≈ È≈Ò ¡≈͉∆ ‚º◊√ Á∆ ¡≈Á Á∆ ◊ºÒ ’ ‘∂ √ÈÕ Á»√≈ √πÈ∆Ò ‹∆ Á≈ «Á‘ªÂ ‘Ø«¬¡≈ ¡Â∂ ¿∞‘ «¬√ √«ÊÂ∆ È≈Ò «’Ú∂∫ È«‹º·∂ √ÈÕ ≈‹» √ ¡Â∂ ¡«Ì‹≈ ‹ØÙ∆ ‹∆ È∂ Ï‘∞ ÷»Ï√» √∆È «Ò÷∂ ‘ÈÕ * «’‘≈ ‹ªÁÀ «’ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ ”Â∂ √≥‹∂ ÷πÁ Ú∆ ¡≈¿∞∫Á∂ √ÈÕ ’∆ «¬√ È≈Ò Â∞‘≈˘ ¡≈√≈È∆ ‘ج∆? -ÓÀ∫ ’≈Î∆ ‚ «◊¡≈ √∆ «’¿∞∫«’ «¬º’ ª ÓÀ∫ ¿∞Ȫ∑ Ú◊∆ ¡À’«‡≥◊ ’ «‘≈ √∆ Â∂ ¿∞‘ ÓØÈ∆‡ ”Â∂ Ó∂∂ Ù≈‡ Á∂÷ ‘∂ √ÈÕ «ÎÒÓ Á∂ Í«‘Ò∂ «ÁzÙ ”⁄ F@ √≈Ò Á∂ √≥‹∂ Ù∆Ù≈ Á∂÷Á∂ ‘È Â∂ «˜≥Á◊∆ Ï≈∂ ◊ºÒ ’Á∂ ‘È ¡Â∂ ÓÀ∫ ¿∞È∑ª ˘ ¡≈͉∆ ÍÎ≈ÓÀ∫√ ÓØÈ∆‡ ”Â∂ Á∂÷ ’∂ Óπ√’≈¿∞∫Á∂ ‘ج∂ Á∂÷Á≈ ‘ªÕ ÓÀ∫ «¬‘ √Ófi‰ Á∆ ’Ø«ÙÙ ’Á≈ √∆ «’ ¿∞‘ ’∆ √Ø⁄ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ * Â∞√∆∫ Ú∆ ÍzØÎÙÈÒ ÍºË ”Â∂ «¬º’ Ó≈Û∂ ÁΩ ”⁄Ø∫ Òßÿ ‘∂ ‘ØÕ «¬√ È∂ Â∞‘≈‚∆ √Ø⁄ ”Â∂ ’∆ ¡√ Í≈«¬¡≈? - «¬‘ Ó∂∆ «˜≥Á◊∆ Á≈ Ï‘∞ ӑºÂÚ Í»È ÁΩ ‘ÀÕ ‹ÁØ∫ Â∞√∆∫ Ù∞» ’Á∂ ‘Ø Âª Â∞‘≈‚∂ ’ØÒ «˜¡≈Á≈ √Ófi È‘∆∫ ‘∞≥Á∆ «’¿∞∫«’ Â∞√∆∫ ‹Ú≈È ‘∞≥Á∂ ‘Ø ¡Â∂ Â∞‘≈˘ «˜¡≈Á≈ ÓΩ’∂ «ÓÒÁ∂ ‘È, Í «‹Ú∂∫ «‹Ú∂∫ Â∞√∆∫ ÓÀ«⁄˙ ‘∞≥Á∂ ‹ªÁ∂ ‘Ø Âª ⁄∆˜ª ÏÁÒ ‹ªÁ∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ ÓÀ∫ «Í¤Ò∂ A@ √≈Òª ”⁄ AD «ÎÒÓª ’ ⁄πº’≈ ‘ªÕ ‹ÁØ∫ «ÎÒÓ

«Ú¡≈‘ Á∂ √Ú≈Òª ”Â∂ «ÍzÔ≥’≈ ⁄ØÍÛ≈ È∂ ÂØÛ∆ ⁄πºÍ∆

È‘∆∫ ⁄ºÒÁ∆ ª Â∞‘≈˘ Ïπ≈ ¡º‹’Ò «ÍzÔ≥’≈ ⁄ØÍÛ≈ ¡Â∂ ¡Ó∆’È Òº ◊ Á≈ ‘À , Í «¬º ’ ◊≈«¬’ «Èº’ ‹ØÈ√ Á∂ «Ò∂ÙÈ«ÙÍ Á∆ ⁄⁄≈ «√«÷¡≈ Ú∆ «ÓÒÁ∆ ‘ Í≈√∂ ‘Ø ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ «Í¤Ò∂ «ÁÈ∑∆∫ «Èº’ ˘ ÒÀ ‘ÀÕ Â∞√∆∫ √ÎÒ ’∂ ¿∞‘ Ì≈ ¡≈¬∆ √∆Õ «ÍzÔ≥’≈ È∂ «Èº’ ˘ ‘؉≈ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ∂ ‘Ø ¡≈͉∂ Í«Ú≈ Á∂ È≈Ò-È≈Ò ¡≈͉∂ ’∆Ï∆ ¡Â∂ Ó«‘√»√ ÁØ√ª È≈Ò Ú∆ «ÓÒÚ≈«¬¡≈ √∆Õ «¬√ ÂØ∫ ’Á∂ ‘Ø «’ Ï≈¡Á ÁØÚ∫∂ ¤∞‡ º ∆¡ª ÓÈ≈¿∞‰ ◊Ø¡≈ ⁄Ò∂ ◊¬∂Õ ‹∂ √ÎÒÂ≈ «ÎÒ‘≈Ò «Èº’ ¡≈͉∂ Á∂Ù Ú≈Í√ Í ⁄πº’∂ Â∞‘≈˘ ‘È Í «¬Èª ÁØÚª Á∆¡ª ȘÁ∆’∆¡ª ˘ ÏÁÒ È‘∆∫ Á∂÷Á∂ ‘ج∂, ¡«‹‘∂ ¡≥Á≈˜∂ Ò◊≈¬∂ ‹≈ ‘∂ ‘È √’∆ ª «’ ÁØÚ∂∫ ‹ÒÁ ‘∆ «Ú¡≈‘ ’Ú≈ √’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ ¡√ÎÒÂ≈ Í«‘Òª ª «ÍzÔ≥’≈ È∂ «Èº’ ¡Â∂ ¡≈͉∂ Ú∆ È‘∆∫ «Ò∂ÙÈ ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ ’∞fi È≈ «’‘≈ Í ‘∞‰ «ÍzÔ’ ≥ ≈ Ï Á Ò È∂ ¡≈͉∆ ⁄πºÍ∆ ÂØÛ∆ ‘À ¡Â∂ «Ú¡≈‘ ÂØ∫ √’∂◊∆Õ ÒÀ ’∂ «Ò∂ÙÈ«ÙÍ ”Â∂ ÷πºÒ∑ ’∂ ¡≈͉∆ ≈¬∂ ¡√ÎÒÂ≈ «ÁºÂ∆ ‘ÀÕ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ ¡«ÌÈ∂Â∆ «ÍzÔ≥’≈ Á≈ √≈‘Ó‰≈ È∂ «’‘≈,““¿∞‘ «Ú¡≈‘ ”⁄ ÌØ√≈ º÷Á∆ ’È≈ ÊØ Û ∑ ≈ ‘À ¡Â∂ ¡≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∂ √Ó∂∫ ”⁄ «Ú¡≈‘ Á∂ ÓπÙ’Ò ‘∞≥Á≈ ‘ÀÕ Ï≥ËÈ ”⁄ Ú∆ ˜» Ϻfi◊ ∂ ∆Õ””«Íz¡’ ≥ ≈ ’ØÒ∫Ø «¬‘ Â∞‘≈˘ ÁÁ ‹ÁØ∫ ∞Óª√ Ò¬∆ √Ú≈Ò ’∆Â≈ «◊¡≈ «Á≥Á∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬‘ «ÎÒÓ Âª ¿∞Ȫ∑ È∂ «’‘≈, ““ÓÀ˘ ¡«‹‘≈ Òº◊Á≈ Á∂ ÎÒ≈Í ‘∞Á ≥ ∂ ‘∆ ÁÁ È‘∆∫ «Á≥Á∆ √◊Ø∫ ¿∞√ Á∂ «¬º’ √≈Ò Ï≈¡Á ¡«‹‘≈ ’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬‘ ÍzØÎÀÙÈ ¡«‹‘≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ * Â∞√∆∫ «ÎÒÓª Á∆ ⁄؉ «’Ú∂∫ ’Á∂ ‘Ø? - ÓÀ∫ ¡À’√ÍÀ∆ÓÀ∫‡Ò È‘∆∫ ‘ªÕ ÒØ’ª Á≈ Ó≥ȉ≈ ‘À «’ ÓÀ∫ Ï‘∞ ⁄»˜∆ ‘ª, Í ¡«‹‘≈ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ ÓÀ∫ ¿∞‘∆ «ÎÒÓª ’Á≈ ‘ª, ‹Ø ÓÀ˘ ⁄≥◊∆¡ª Òº◊Á∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ ÓÀ˘ «ÚÙÚ≈√ √∆ «’ “‹º◊≈ ‹≈√»√” ˘ ÒØ’ Í√≥Á ’È◊∂, Í ¡«‹‘≈ È‘∆∫ ‘Ø«¬¡≈Õ * Â∞‘≈‚∂ Ï‘∞ √≈∂ √Ó’≈Ò∆ Ó≥ÈÁ∂ ‘È «’ Â∞√∆∫ ¡º‹ Á∂ ÚË∆¡≈ ¡À’‡ª «Úº⁄Ø∫ «¬º’ ‘ØÕ - ÓÀ˘ ⁄≥◊≈ Òº◊Á≈ ‘À «’ ‹ÁØ∫ ÒØ’ ¡«‹‘≈ ’«‘≥Á∂ ‘ÈÕ ‹ÁØ∫ ÓÀ∫ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ’≥Ó Á∂÷Á≈ ‘ª ⁄≈‘∂ ¿∞‘ Ú∞‰ ËÚÈ ‘ØÚ∂ ‹ª «Úº’∆ ’ΩÙÒ, Á∆«Í’≈ ‘ØÚ∂ ‹ª ¡≈Ò∆¡≈, Ï‘∞ ⁄≥◊≈ ’ ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ «‹ºÊ∫Ø Âº’ Ó∂∆ ◊ºÒ ‘À, ÓÀ∫ ‡ÀÒ∫∂ «‡‚ ¡À’‡ È‘∆∫, √◊Ø∫ √ÎÒ «ÎÒÓª Á≈ «‘º√≈ ωÈ≈ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ≈ ‘ªÕ

Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º «Úº⁄ Ë≈È≈ ‘À «’ «¬Ê∂ ÁØ ‘∆Ø«¬Èª Á∂ «Úº⁄ ÁØ√Â∆ ÿº‡ ‘∆ ‘∞≥Á∆ ‘À, ÷≈√ ÂΩ ”Â∂ ‹Á «¬º’ ‘∆ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ÁØ Úº‚∆¡ª ‘∆Ø«¬Èª ’≥Ó ’ ‘∆¡ª ‘؉, ª ¿∞È∑ª Á∂ «Úº⁄ ‰≈‰∆ Á∆¡ª Ó√≈Ò∂Á≈ ÷Ïª «ÓÒÁ∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ ’¬∆ Ú≈ «ÎÒÓ «Ò∆˜ ‘Ø ‹≈¬∂, ÂÁ Ú∆ ‰≈‰∆ ÿº‡ È‘∆∫ ‘∞≥Á∆Õ ¡«‹‘≈ ‘∆ ’∞fi ‘À ‘∞Ó≈ ’∞ÀÙ∆ ¡Â∂ «⁄≈ ⁄º„≈ Á∂ È≈ÒÕ ¡È∞≈◊ ’ÙÔÍ Á∆ «ÎÒÓ “◊À∫◊√ ¡≈Î Ú≈√∂Íπ” «Úº⁄ ÁØÚª Á∂ ’∆¡ Á∆ Ù∞»¡≈ ‘ج∆ √∆Õ ÁØÚª ˘ Â≈∆Ϊ Ú∆ «ÓÒ∆¡ª ¡Â∂ ’∆¡ Ó‹Ï»Â∆ È≈Ò ¡º◊∂ Ú«Ë¡≈ÕÍ«‘Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ

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‘À «’ ÓÀ∫ √πÍ ØÓª«‡’ ‘ª ¡Â∂ ¡«‹‘≈ «’¿∞∫ È‘∆∫ ‘؉≈ ⁄≈‘∆Á≈ ‘À?”” ¡≈͉∆ ◊ºÒ ˘ ¡º◊∂ ÚË≈¿∞∫Á∂ ‘ج∂ «Íz¡’ ≥ ≈ È∂ «’‘≈,““ÓÀ˘ ¡«‹‘≈ Ó«‘√»√ ‘∞≥Á≈ ‘À «’ ‹ÁØ∫ ÓÀ∫ ÷πÙ ‘∞Á ≥ ∆ ‘ª ª ÷πÁ ˘ √Ì ÂØ∫ ÷»Ï√» ӫ‘√»√ ’Á∆ ‘ªÕ ÓÀ˘ ¡√Ò «Ú⁄ ¡«‹‘≈ Ó«‘√»√ ‘∞≥Á≈ ‘À «’ ‹∂’ «¬’ Ó«‘Ò≈ √Ì ÂØ∫ ⁄≥◊≈ ’∞fi Í«‘È √’Á∆ ‘À ª ¿∞‘ ‘À ¿∞√ Á≈ ?¡≈ÂÓ«ÚÙÚ≈√Õ Â∞‘≈‚∂ ’ºÍÛ∂ ¡Â∂ ÏÀ◊ «¬‘ √Ì Âª «¬’ ÍÀ’«∂ ‹≥◊ Á≈ «‘º√≈ ‘ÈÕ”” «ÎÒÓª Á∆ ◊ºÒ ’∆¬∂ ª «ÍzÔ≥’≈ ‹ÒÁ ‘∆ «ÎÒÓ “Ì≈” ≈‘∆∫ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ ”⁄ Ú≈Í√∆ ’È ‹≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ ‹≈‰’≈∆ ÓπÂ≈Ï’ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ √Â≥Ï º’ Ù∞» ‘Ø √’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ √ÒÓ≈È ÷≈È, «ÍzÔ≥’≈ ⁄ØÍÛ≈, «ÁÙ≈ ͇≈È∆, ºϻ ¡Â∂ √πÈ∆Ò ◊ØÚ Ú◊∂ ’Ò≈’≈ ¡«‘Ó Ì±«Ó’≈ ”⁄ Ș ¡≈¿∞‰◊∂Õ «ÈÁ∂Ù’ ¡Ò∆ ¡ºÏ≈√ ˜Î Á∂ «ÈÁ∂ÙÈ ‘∂· ω∆ «ÎÒÓ ¡◊Ò∂ √≈Ò «√È∂Ó≈ÿª ”⁄ «Ò∆˜ ‘ØÚ◊ ∂ ∆Õ

˜≈«¬≈ Ú√∆Ó «Î ’∂◊∆ √‡ª◊ ÒÛ’∆ Á≈ ØÒ

‘∞Ó≈ ’∞ÀÙ∆ ¡Â∂ «⁄≈ ⁄º„≈ «Ú⁄≈Ò∂ CF Á≈ ¡≥’Û≈ Á∂ Ï≈¡Á ‘∞Ó≈ Â∂ «⁄≈ È∂ «’√∂ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ «¬’º·∂ ’≥Ó È‘∆∫ ’∆Â≈Õ «¬≥È≈ ‘∆ È‘∆∫ ÁØÚ∂∫ «¬’º·∆¡ª «’√∂ Ó≥⁄ ”Â∂ Ú∆ Ș È‘∆∫ ¡≈¿∞∫Á∆¡ªÕ ÁØÚª «Úº⁄ ‰≈‰∆ «¬≥È∆ «Ì¡≈È’ ‘À «’ ÁØÚ∂∫ «¬º’ Á»√∂ Á≈ Ȫ¡ √π‰ ’∂ ⁄πºÍ ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∆¡ª ¡Â∂ ‡≈«Í’ ÏÁÒ «Á≥Á∆¡ª ‘ÈÕ ‘∞Ó≈ ’∞Ù À ∆ Á∆ ‘≈Ò ‘∆ «Úº⁄ ‹È∆’ªÂ Á∂ È≈Ò «ÎÒÓ “’≈Ò≈” «Ò∆˜ ‘ج∆Õ «⁄≈ ˘ Ô≈Á ‘∆ È‘∆∫ «’ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ‘∆Ø«¬È ’Ω‰ √∆? ¿∞Ò‡≈ ¿∞‘ ’«‘ Á∂∫Á∆ ‘À «’ ¿∞√ ˘ «¬√ È≈Ò ÓÂÒÏ È‘∆∫Õ ‘∞Ó≈ ’∞ÀÙ∆ «¬‘ Ó≥È ÒÀ∫Á∆ ‘À «’ ‘∞Ó≈ È≈Ò ¿∞√ Á∆ ÁØ√Â∆ ’Á∂ È‘∆∫ ‘ج∆Õ ‘∞Ó≈ Ï≈∂ «⁄≈ Á≈ ‹Ú≈Ï ‘∞≥Á≈ ‘À, “ÓÀ∫ «¬Ê∂ ‘ «’√∂ È≈Ò ÁØ√Â∆ ’È È‘∆∫ ¡≈¬∆Õ”‘∞ Ó ≈ ’∞  À Ù ∆ Á≈ «¡À’ÙÈ Ú∆ ÿº‡ È‘∆∫Õ ’∞fi √Óª Í«‘Òª ‹Á «⁄≈ ⁄º„≈ Á∆ «ÎÒÓ “Îπ’∂ «‡È√” Á∆ √ÎÒÂ≈ Á∆ ⁄⁄≈ √∆ ª «¬√ Á≈ Ȫ¡ √π‰Á∂ ‘∆ ‘∞Ó≈ Á≈ ¡≥Á≈˜ ÏÁÒ «◊¡≈ ¡Â∂ ¿∞√ È∂ ’∞ÓÀ∫‡ ’È ÂØ∫ ÓÈ∑≈ ’ «ÁºÂ≈Õ ‘∞Ó≈ «√Î «¬≥È≈ ’«‘≥Á∆ ‘À, “Ó∂∂ ÚºÒ∫Ø «’√∂ È≈Ò ’ج∆ ÍzÏ Ø ÒÓ

Friday, July 20th, 2018

È‘∆∫, Í ‹∂ ’ج∆ ◊ºÒÏ≈ È≈ ’È≈ ⁄≈‘∂ ª ’∆ ’∆Â≈ ‹≈ √’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ” ÁØÚª ˘ Í«‘Ò∆ Ú≈ «¬º’ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ «Ò¡≈¿∞‰ Ò¬∆ ¡È∞≈◊ ’ÙÔÍ Á∂ Ï≈∂ «’‘≈ ‹ªÁ≈ ‘À «’ ¿∞‘ “◊À∫◊√ ¡≈Î Ú≈√∂Íπ” Á≈ Â∆√≈ Ì≈◊ ω≈¿∞‰≈ ⁄≈‘∞≥Á∂ ‘È, ‹Á ’Á∂ Â∆√≈ Ì≈◊ Ï«‰¡≈ ª ÂÀ¡ ‘À «’ ‘∞Ó≈ ¡Â∂ «⁄≈ ⁄º„≈ ¡È∞≈◊ ’ÙÔÍ ÁØ Ú ª «Úº ⁄ ’Ø Ò ‚Ú≈ ÂØ ∫ ¡‰‹≈‰ È‘∆∫ ‘È, Í ¿∞‘ «¬√ ˘ Ó‘ºÂÚ È‘∆∫ Á∂ ‰ ≈ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ Õ∂ ¿∞Ȫ∑ Á∂ «‘√≈Ï È≈Ò «¬‘ ÁØÚª Á≈ ¡ ≈ Í √ ∆ Ó≈ÓÒ≈ ‘ÀÕ

˜≈«¬≈ Ú√∆Ó È∂ ¡≈«Ó ÷≈È Á∆ ’≥ÍÈ∆ Á∆¡ª ÁØ «ÎÒÓª “Á≥◊Ò” ¡Â∂ “√∆’z∂‡ √πÍ√‡≈” «Úº⁄ ’≥Ó ’∆Â≈Õ Ï≈’√ ¡≈«Î√ ”Â∂ «¬È∑ª ÁØÚª «ÎÒÓª ˘ «ÓÒ∆ √ÎÒÂ≈ Á∂ Ï≈¡Á Ú∆ ˜≈«¬≈ Ú√∆Ó ˘ ¡◊Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ Á∂ Ò¬∆ ÒßÏ≈ «¬≥˜≈ ’È≈ «Í¡≈Õ ¿∞√ Á≈ «¬‘ «¬≥˜≈ Í»≈ ‘Ø «◊¡≈ ‘À, Í «¬Ê∂ «¬Ó∂‹ «Úº⁄ ’ÀÁ ‘؉ Á≈ ÷ΩÎ ¿∞√ ˘ Òº◊‰ Òº◊≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡≈͉∆ Í«‘Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ “Á≥◊Ò” «Úº⁄ ¡≈«Ó ÷≈È Á∆ Ï∂‡∆ Á≈ ØÒ ’∆Â≈, ‹Ø √‡ª◊ ØÒ √∆Õ Á»√∆ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ¿∞√ Á≈ «’Á≈ ¡«‹‘∆ Ï∂‡∆ Á≈ √∆, ‹Ø ¡≈͉∂ √πΫȡª Ò¬∆ ¡≈͉∂ «ÍÂ≈ È≈Ò «ÌÛÁ∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬‘ Ú∆ √‡ª◊ ’À’‡ √∆Õ ¿∞√ ˘ Â∆√∆ «ÎÒÓ «ÓÒ∆ ‘À, ª «¬√ Ú≈ «Íz¡’ ≥ ≈ ⁄ØÍÛ≈ Á∆ Ï∂‡∆ Á≈ ØÒ ’È≈ ‘ÀÕ ÓπÓ«’È ‘À «’ Î‘≈È ¡÷Â ÍÁ∂ ”Â∂ ¿∞√ Á∂ Í≈Í≈ Á≈ ØÒ «ÈÌ≈¿∞‰Õ «¬‘ Ú∆ ¡«‹‘∆ Ï∂‡∆ Á∆ ’‘≈‰∆ ‘À, ‹Ø ¡≈͉∆ «˜≥Á◊∆ Ò¬∆ ‹ºÁØ‹«‘Á ’Á∆ ‘ÀÕ ˜≈«¬≈ Ú√∆Ó ˘ ¿∞Ó∆Á √∆ «’ ÁØ «ÎÒÓª Á∆ √ÎÒÂ≈ «Íº¤Ø∫ ¿∞√ Á∂ ’ØÒ ØÓª«‡’ Ò∆‚ Ú≈Ò∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª Á∆ Ò≈¬∆È Òº◊ ‹≈¬∂◊∆, Í ¡‹∂ º’ ¿∞√ ˘ ¡«‹‘≈ «¬º’ Ú∆ ¡≈Î È‘∆∫ ¡≈«¬¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ÿ ÏÀ· ’∂ ØÓª«‡’ «ÎÒÓ Á∂÷‰ ÂØ∫ «Ï‘Â ‘À «’ Ï∂‡∆ Ú≈Ò≈ «¬º’ ‘Ø ØÒ ’ «Ò¡≈ ‹≈¬∂Õ


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ivdysLI gfiek gurdrsLn isMG mfvI

ieMglYNz igaf pMjfbI muMzf jdoN pONzF ivwc nsLf GtfAux leI dOr kuJ iZwlf kr idwqf KHyzx lwgf qF AuhnUM bcpn df sLOk Xfd pr sroqy AuT AuT ky ipwCy sLrfb dy kfAUNtr afAux lwgf. dfrU pI ky gLjLlF gfAux lgdf kol phuMc gey. AuQy ieh gfiek dy rOlLy qoN qF afpxf afp Buwl jFdf. do cfr ipafkV dUr afpxIaF gwlF kr skdy sn qy mn Auhdy kol hor af jFdy jo muPq dI pI ky mrjLI nfl dfrU pI skdy sn. dyKf dyKI vfh vfh kr Cwzdy. gfiek hor AuwcI gfAux sfry sroqy ipwCy af iewkTy hoey. lgdf qy isLv dy gux gfAuNdf. ies vfr pMjfb afAux vyly Auh gLjLlF df pRogrfm

aglI gLjLl sLurU krn qoN pihlF pwqrkfr

dosq ny sB nUM awgy af ky kursIaF qy bYTx, rwKxf cfhuMdf sI. keI dosqF nfl gwl kIqI cuwp cfp gjLlF suxn leI bynqI kIqI. do pr sB ny isr Pyr idwqf. cMzIgVH dy iewk iqMn pRDfn jo bhuqI pIx kfrn KVH nhIN sI pqrkfr dosq ny ies sLrq qy hfmI Br skdy, kursIaF qy bYT gey qy CyqI hI AuQy idwqI ik Krc krnf pAU. kMipAUtr vFg awK lwg geI. KVHy buwDIjIvI afpxI mrjLI

pONzF df ihsfb lfieaf qF koeI Kfs Krc nfl mIt, mwCI aFzy afid mMgvfAux lwgy. nhIN sI. so zyt iPks ho geI qy iewk hotl iewk dUjy nfl BfeIvflI dI Audfhrx pysL vI buwk krvf idwqf.

kridaF rlL imlL Ckx lwgy.

imwQy smyN qy buwDIjIvI, klfkfr, pqwrkfr, Gfiek ny duKI ho ky gfAuxf bMd kr idwqf qy ilKfrI, dukfnF dy pRDfn, trwk XUnIan inMmoJUxf iewk kursI qy af bYTf. bs iPr kI dy pRDfn afAuxy sLurU ho gey. iekwT nUM vyK sI. Ausdy nFa dy jfm Aucy hox lwgy. Auhdy gfiek bfgobfg ho AuwiTaf. mOkf qfV ky isr qoN boqlF vfr ky glfsF ivwc pfAux

pwqrkfr dosq ny mfeIk sMBfilaf qy afey lwgy. iewk tolI afpxI lor ivwc gLjLlF gf hoey mihmfnF nUM jI afieaF afiKaf. ivdysLI rhI sI. jdoN ds vwj gey qF hotl vfilaF gLjLl gfiek dI jfx pCfx krfeI. Auhdf ny sB nUM qurn dI bynqI kIqI. iewk lKfrI pMjfbI pRqI moh gLjLl gfAux dI BrpUr BVk ipaf, aKy jdN jIa kIqf AudoN jfvFgy. pRsMsF kIqI, hux mfiek gjLl gfiek dy sfzy bfeI df pRogrfm aY. inwq- inwq nIN sfhmxy sI. Auhny igtfr dIaF qfrF CyVIaF ieho ijhy pRogrfm huMdy. asIN qF ajy cwj qy gLjLl “ kI puwCdy E hfl PkIrF df” nfl pIqI eI nhIN. AUhny vwzf sfrf pywg sLUrU kIqI. sroqy gLjLl nfl iewk sur ho hI pfieaf qy gt gt pI igaf. dUjy nUM boql rhy sn ik trya ivwc som rs dy iglfs PVf ky pYwg pfAux keI kihx lwgf. hux GuMmx lwgy. JkidaF JkidaF bhuiqaF ny gfiek qy pwqrkfr iPkrmMd sn ik ieMnHF pYwg lfieaf. nNflo nfl slfd, pnIr aqy nUM ikvyN qoiraf jfvy? hux qwk 7-8 sroqy nmkIn dIaF plytF ny gjLl suxn df anMd kursIaF qy GUk suwqy pey sn. pIx vfilaF ilaf idwqf. dUjy gyV ivwc soPI koeI nf nUM pRbMDk ipafr nfl smJf ky qorn lwgy irhf qy sfry byiJjk cuskIaF lY rhy sn. qF Auh rotI Kfx df mUz bxf ky bih gey. aglI gjLl pIVF df prfgf BuMn dy” sLurU bjt qF dfrU ny hI Krfb kr Cwizaf sI, huMdy hoey hI vfh vfh AuwcI ho geI. Gusr hux 10 bMdy mIt nflL rotI Ckx bih gey. Gusr dI qrjL qy ivcfrF df vtFdrF vI ho igafrF vjy ieh qF ivdf hoey pr kursIaF irhf sI. cMgy pRbMD dIaF isPqF aqy gfiek qy pey mihmfnF df kI kIqf jfvy? gfiek qF dI KulHidlI bfry lok crcf kr rhy sn. Kud pqrkfr df mihmfn sI. dovyN ibwl dy ky jdoN qIjI gjLl “mYnUM qyrf sLbfb lY bYTf” bhfnf mfr ky iKskdy hoey. hotl vfilaF sLurU hoeI qF smJo mihiPl ivwc nvF josL puils bulfeI qy sB nUM Qfxy jf sMvfiraf. af igaf. hr koeI glfs Auwcf krky gjLl svyry Gr vflLy af ky pMj pMj sO rupey Qfxy dy nfl nfl alfp krn lwgf. keI qF hr dy ky AuhnF nUM Gr lY ky gey. muV pwqrkfr sLyar qy glfs KflI kr idMdy. pRbMDk ny ny gLjLl gfeIkI df pRogrfm nhIN rwiKaf. PAGE 41


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aYbtsPorz ivwc lokl imwl leI lMbr cuwkx vfly Pork ilPt zrfeIvr dI loV hY. 1 sfl df qjLrbf hoxf cfhIdf hY. sfMnU iek bIlzr dI vI loV hY! cMgI qnKfh aqy vDIaf mhOl.plynr dI vI loV hY. hor jfxkfrI lYx leI Pon kro: 604-8072097

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ieh duwD qyrf ijnHf Aus nUM vyiKaf hoieaf sI, AuhnF df iKafl sI ik kmlf vIhF pMJIaF sflF qoN vwD dI nhIN. asl ivwc Auh qIhF cflLIaF dy ivckfr sI. Aumr df ieh BulyKf bhuqf Aus dy gMdy hoey srIr kr ky lgdf sI. Auh nf motI sI qy nf pqlI, nf lMmI sI qy nf mDrI. Aus dy gory rMg Auwqy icwty kwpVy bVy Pbdy sn qy eysy rMg dy kwpVy hI Auh sdf pFdI. Br juafn qF BfvyN Auh nhIN sI, pr jy sfhmixEN afAuNdI hovy qF sMgfAU qoN sMgfAU bMdf vI vyKxoN nhIN rih skdf sI.

afiKaf. Auh vfhvf rsy imsy jfpdy sn. “lY, afh duwD qyrf.” muMzy ny do pf hor pfAux dI vfj afeI. qy iPr Aus ny hOlLI ijhI nOkrfnI nUM kuJ afiKaf. awgoN nOkrfnI ny lmkf ky ikhf, “nf ieh kMm nhIN krIdf, kwpVy gMdy ho jFdy ny.” ies zr qoN ik AuhnF dI Gusr musr qoN nfl kmry ivwc lytI bIbI sLwk nf kry nOkrfnI ny AuwcI avfjL ivwc ikhf, “jLrf svyry ilafieaf kr duwD. bwicaF nUM ipafxf huMdf ey.” afvfjL qoN jfpdf sI ik ies qfVnf dy nfl nfl muskrf vI rhI ey.

iewk buWZf doDI svyry sLfm AuhnF dy Gr duwD dyx afAuNdf sI. Auh bfltI ilaf ky brFzy ivwc rwKdf – ijQy rsoeI df bUhf sI. bfltI dy KVHy kuMzy nfloN AUh hwQ Cwz idMdf qy kuMzf tn kr bfltI dy kMiZaF Auwqy vwjdf. ieh Auhdy afAux df GiVafl huMdf. “duwD lE kmlf afpxI mMjI qy afeI. “jF ies jI,” AUh bfltI ivwcoN duwD imx ky Clk nOkrfnI nUM htfxf pvygf jF duwD vflLy nUM. Clk qsly ivc pfAux lg pYNdf. iPr Aus Gr iwvc ies qrHF iks qrHF ho skdf ey? PAGE 44

kulvMq isMG ivrk

buwZy dy muVdy dI juwqI dI Kpr Kpr huMdI qy kwlH nUM nOkrfnI sfrf Gr eI cuwk ky ies muMzy nUM dy dyvygI. Aus ny soicaf. ieh islslf Kqm ho jFdf.

awj svyry ies KHyz ivwc iewk nvF pfqr af viVaf. “duwD lE jI” dI avfjL bVI sLoK qy iqwKI ijhI afeI. ‘buWZy ny afpxf koeI muMzf Gwilaf hoxf ey,” kmlf ny mMjI Auwqy lytI ny soicaf. socx nUM Aus kol bhuqf kuJ nhIN sI, pr ieh gwl vI qy afKr kI sI. buwZf duwD nf dy igaf qF muMzf dy igaf. ies ivwc Prk kI sI? ies vyly Auh ajy bfhr inklI huMdI sI. jfgdI vI huMdI qF vI mMjI dPqrF ivwc kMm krn vfly lokF kolL Pwulx qy hI lytI rihMdI. nUM, iqV mfrn nuM bVIaF Gt gwlF huMdIaF sLfm nUM jdoN Auh muMzf iPr duwD dyx afieaf hn. AuhnF nflL kuwJ vfprdf hI nhIN. qF nOkrnI Gr nhIN sI. “duwD lE jI,” kfgjLF Auwqy inXmF anusfr kwuJ ilK dyxf kI muMzy ny avfjL idwqI. kmlf bfhr afeI. gwl hoeI? pr kmlf dy pqI mnmohn lfl muMzf vfhvf sunwKf sI. Aus ny bfbUaF vFg afpxI vhutI dI iqV mfr skdy sn. jdoN vfl kqrfey hoey sn qy kMGI Pyr ky cIr kdI iksy pfrtI Auwqy, iksy bdlI hoey hoey kwiZaf hoieaf sI. awKF vI Aus dIaF aYvyN aPsr nUM gwzI cVfHAux leI stysLn Auwqy jF rfh vyKx vflIaF JIQF nhIN sn, sgoN swc iksy sMg isafpy Auwqy bMdy jnfnIaF iekwTy muwc hI eyDr EDr vyKdIaF sn. “awj kwlH huMdy qy AuhdI vhutI sfrIaF qoN suhxI huMdI dy muMizaF df afpxf ipAuNaF nfloN ikMnf Prk hY qy mnmohn lfl kpiVaF ivwc nf imAUNdf. ey!” kmlf ny soicaf qy qslf kwZ ky duwD pvf ilaf. muMzf muV igaf qy kmlf nUM vI afpxI vhutI Auwqy Aus df mfx hY vI swcf ivsr igaf. sI. sohxI qy cMgy suBfa dI hox qoN ibnF Auh cln dI vI cMgI sI. KbrF rwKx vfly hor aglI svyr Auh muMzf Pyr afieaf. hux lokF dIaF vhutIaF dIaF gwlF krdy, pr nOkrfnI Gr sI. lytI lytI kmlf nUM jfipaf, kmlf dI kdI iksy koeI gwl nhIN kIqI sI. ijvyN Auh nOkrfnI afpo ivwc gwlF kr rhy hox. “kI gwlF krdy ny?” kmlf df pqf koeI huMdI qF krdy! krn nUM jI kIqf. “Gr iwvc hr gwl dI bfbU mohn lfl kdI dOry jFdy, bfhrly qfV rwKxI cfhIdI ey.” AuwT ky Auh afpxy dPqrF df ihsfb ikqfb vyKx leI. ieh Zuky hoey bUhy dy nfl Klo geI, ijhVf rsoeI dOry keI idn rihMdy. awT idn, ds idn. dy bUhy dy nflL hI sI. qy kmlf ipwCoN bVf Edr jFdI. Gr vfly qoN ibnF vhutI df kI jIAux huMdf ey? Gr ies “lY awT pf ho gey, do syr pUry.” muMzy ny qrHF jfpdf ey, ijvyN hfQI qoN ibnF srks aKIrlf pf AultFdy hoey ijhf. jF lfVy qoN ibnf jMJ. “hor pf dy.” nOkrfnI kuVI ny lfz nfl mohn lfl nUM igaF awj cfr pMj idn ho gey sn. iqMn idn hor ajy AunHF dy afAux ivwc sn – phfV ijwzy, bysvfdy idn! Gr, Kfx pIx qy aFZ guaFZ qy Auh hI huMdf, pr mnmohn lfl dy EQy nf hox kr ky ieh idn ies qrHF lgdy ijvyN duwD iwvcoN krIm kWZI hoeI hovy aqy Pyr iewk bVI ajIb gwl hoeI qy ienHF bysvfd idnF ivwcoN iewk idn sPfeI bx igaf.

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qy AUh afpxy kmry ivwc iPr ky ies bfry socx lwgI. “ieh lok ikMnIaF mOjF krdy ny!” Aus ny mMjI Auwqy bihMdI hoeI ny qwq kwiZaf. muMzf sohxf sI. Aus ny Aus idn vyiKaf qF sI ijs idn nOkrfnI bfhr geI hoeI sI. qy ieh sohxf , muMzf hux nOkrfnI dI AuNgl dvfly vlHyitaf ipaf sI. Auh afp ies nOkrfnI nfloN ikhVI gwloN Gwt sI? nOkrfnI Aumr ivwc jLrf CotI sI, pr Auh afp Aus qoN ikqy sohxI sI qy nflLy Gr dI mflk sI. cfhy qF Aus muMzy nUM afpxy kmiraF ivwc iPrf skdI sI. kursIaF, soPy sYwtF Auwqy afpxy nfl bhf skdI sI. afpxy invfrI, sLIisLaF vfly plMG qy Aus nMU suaf vI skdI sI. AuP ikzf sohxf BolLf Bflf muMzf sI! qy Auh pfsy prny plMG qy lyt geI. ikMnI glqI hoeI Aus qoN ikMnF AuNk geI klH Auh! awj aKIrlf idn sI. sLfm nUM AuhnF af jfxf ey. kI pqf ikhVy vyly af jfx. klH hI mOkf sI. mYN aMdroN avfjL idMdI ieQy lY af. Auh rwK ky hyTF PrsL qy bYh jFdf. mYN pMlG qy lwqF lmkf ky bih jFdI. pYr QoVHy ihlfeI jFdI qy kdI AuhnUM lf idMdI. AuNgl Auwqy duwD lf ky vyKdI qy afKdI, ieh pqlf ey, vyK KF qy iPr AuNgl Aus dy mwQy Auwqy lf idMdI. iPr Aus dI glH Auwqy. iPr Aus idaF buwlHF Auwqy. iPr AusdIaF dovyN gwlHF afpxy aMgUiTaF qy AUNglF ivwclfr lY ky JMjoVdI. aYzf ikhVf aglf mUrK huMdf hY? smJ hI jFdf. qy iPr mYN Aus nUM afpxy nfl plMG qy suaf lYNdI. nhIN nhIN! pihlF mYN Aus nUM afpxy sfhmxy afrfm kursI Auwqy bhf ky afp plMG Auwqy lyt ky Aus nfl gwlF krdI.

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redited as a city of momentum, Abbotsford has approached its tipping point, and the latest endeavour is the Valley Food and Farm Collective (VFF), which launches on Thursday, July 26th. Spearheaded by Josh Vanderheide, Owner of Field House Brewing, and Bonnie Friesen, Executive Chef and Head of Food Services at Field House Brewing, the VFF’s vision is to use food to transform the local community and to position the Valley as a global food destination. It is a callto-action by local food producers and restaurants to establish a more meaningful food culture where local farmers, artisans, and chefs are deemed as the change-makers, endeavouring to create a culture of teaching, and bridging the gap between what is farmed and crafted with the food that is cooked and shared.

were so diverse in what they ate, how they spoke, and the manner in which they ate together; yet, the common connection was the deep-rooted heritage of growing, cooking, and sharing food. ‘Breaking bread’ breaks down barriers, makes us human, and creates connection.”

trucks, live music, and an educational component. The 9,000 square foot building, located at 2518 West Railway St in the Historic Downtown’s Rail District, will host an evening market every Thursday between 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

“The challenges that led to the creation of VFF were a lack of defined food culture in the Valley, limited access to local food, and minimal ‘buy local’ incentives. Now, the food grown in the Valley, from the The completion of Phase 1 includes: boutique farmer to the large-scale • weekly farmer’s markets producer, can stay in the Valley, creating greater accessibility for everyone. • community offices “We have the food and the people who want it, but we need to create the connection point and actually bring it from the farm and into our city,” says Vanderheide.

and resources studies, which includes food security, sustainable food models and, specifically, re-localization of food economies.

creative community space

“On June 14, a Market Preview Night • partnership with Valley Food was held. The evening provided a "taste" of the VFF’s long-term vision Market (VFM Direct) and a glimpse into the Collective’s Valley Food Farm Member- goals. The event was a success with • ship Model over 500 community members and To begin in November of 2018, Phase dignitaries in attendance. We feel the community is ready for this! We’ve 2 includes: seen a number of Food Hub projects • commissary kitchen popping up in communities of the same size, yet without the agricultural • communal brewhouse capacity that we have in the Fraser • local food café Valley. We have the food and community support behind us. There’s • community rental space

Vanderheide started Field House Several like-minded businesses have joined the Field House duo and are committed to sourcing locally and embrace the belief of collaboration over competition. By banding together, and focusing on micro and macro solutions, they • m u are creating change sic venue quickly. Other initia“Embedded in Abbotstives include ford’s DNA is its magBrewing with the belief that craft beer local food is about more than cold brews. It is nificent surrounding landscape and certification about the warmth of a community, agriculture. In tandem, they help to ( c r e a t i n g which is what led him to create an shape the experiences of locals and standards for authentic experience. Abbotsford is visitors alike. We are so proud of what local the largest agricultural hub in Canada, Abbotsford’s rich agricultural history. food means and Field House honours Abbots- With a renewed desire from visitors to to the Valley) ford’s agricultural history by bringing engage and reconnect with the land, and re-definit back to a simpler time, where farm we are excited to see the collabora- ing the local workers could come back to the ‘field tion and energy amongst new and chef culture experienced agri-tourism partners as house’ for a beer. to teach and inspire a new generation they create experiential offerings. AbFriesen, who joined forces with Van- botsford has a revitalized energy, and of chefs. derheide in 2017, believes that food we welcome everyone to experience The VFF is governed by a represenis a universal language that connects it through our growing food culture,” tative Board of Advisors, Board of everyone. “This is what struck me states Craig Nichols, Executive Di- Directors consisting of community and changed the course of my life rector of Tourism Abbotsford. leaders, and is managed by Executive when I had the opportunity to travel. Director, Kathleen Robinson. RobinCountries with the smallest footprint The VFF will encompass the Valley’s son’s background is in environment communal spirit and include food

no reason it can’t happen here!” says Robinson. To stay updated, follow the Valley Food Farm Collective on Instagram and Facebook. For informational inquiries, email at info@valleyfoodandfarm.com. PAGE 45


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23092 135 AVENUE, Maple Ridge

Gorgeous 3 storey home in a great neighborhood. It has an open concept main floor with a huge kitchen, dining and great room. Also on the main floor is a powder room and den. On the above floor there is 2 bedrooms plus a master bedroom with ensuite and walk in closet. The basement features a big recreational room, a multipurpose room, bedroom and bath.

Updated home on almost 7,500 sq.ft level lot. House has new kitchen cabinets, new quartz counter tops, stainless steel appliances, laminate & tile flooring, updated main washroom. There are 5 bedrooms and 3 washrooms plus rec room to entertain guests. Ground level legal suite for extra income. Open backyard with shed for extra storage.

Amazing 2 storey house with 3 bedrooms and 3 washrooms. Nice, spacious layout with an open kitchen and island. Lots of natural lighting coming into the house, well kept. Laundry located above to make it more convenient. Garage is spacious and backyard is fenced giving privacy.

Investor Alert! OCP Urban 3-Infill, great opportunity for developer/builder to subdivide into 2 lots. Both houses can face Bakerview or build your your dream house on this lot that is over 10,500 sq.ft. Nice neighbourhood, property has a lot of potential. House has 5 bedrooms and 2 washrooms which is currently rented out.

32276 Peardonville Road

$738,800

2 Lot subdivision of compact lots already applied for before the Urban 3 Infill cutoff date, so 1st and 2nd Readings will be coming soon. Surveys, Arborist Reports, Civil drawings & Prelim House Plans all submitted. One lot over 3,100 sf and the other is almost 3,500 sf, with about 3,000sf homes proposed over 3 floors with big wide back yards. Very little servicing cost as all roads already exist and one lot is already registered and serviced. The seller can do the demolition for the existing dwelling as it's of no value. Demolition permit is in place and ready to go

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.

Unobstructed view of Mt. Baker. Custom built home over 4900 sq.ft plus triple garage that is 784 sq.ft. Enjoy the view through the huge windows throughout the home. Enjoy the mini golf course on the front yard. High end craftsmanship in the whole house, modern style custom chef like kitchen and designer colour scheme. .

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$699,000

$1150,000

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

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 guests

LOT FOR SALE WEST ABBOTSFORD 8296 204 Street,Langley

$ 625,000

LOT FOR SALE WEST ABBOTSFORD.

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 close to all amenities and minutes from freeway access. Call

$1,000,000 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 rooms. The chef like kitchen has stainless steel appliances with many units for extra storage

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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

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.

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

Subdividable

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

Gary Tiwana

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604-807-6477 4 Building Lots 2 Lots In West Abby 2 Lots In East Abby All Lots With Legal Suites. You Can Build 3 Story Homes. Ready to build in July 2018. Prices from $ 609,900 - $ 695,900 Call Gary For More Info

Commercial Building Lot. Fraser Hwy & 271 St.

FIRST TIME BUYERS!

Fully Renovated, Clean Family Home. 5 Bdrm, 2 full baths, Kitchen With Island .Great For 1st Time Buyers Or Investors. Loads Of Parking. Nice Fenced Backyard, Private Walk To School & Shopping. Call Gary For More Info

LARGE RANCHER WITH FINISHED W/O BSMT

$689,900 Flat 6000 Comm. Lot Ready to build in downtown Aldergrove. No G.S.T Building plans submitted. Zoning C-2 allows Rental/Office and Residential. Can build multi-storey Call Gary

604.832.0032

Call Today for your Free Market Evaluation!

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

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Spacious, Clean home on a big 10,672 sq.ft lot Urban 3 infill zoning. Subdivision for potential 2 lots. Over 2800 sq.ft on 2 floors. Unauthorized suite down. Great tenants pay $2350/mo. Double Garage. RV parking quiet culde-sac location. Call Gary

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

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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

Sukh Malhi 604.832.6034

Personal Real Estate Corporation

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$779,000

Great location! Just Steps Away from both Schools. Simply gorgeous home located on large corner lot with gated RV parking! This 5 bdrm/3 bath home! This home sits on 6550 Sq ft of land. Some of the Updates new roof, new laminate floor downstairs, new paint, Large sundeck over double garage.

32173 Mouat Drive

$699,000

Great location!Investor or First time buyer alert. Just Steps Away from all levels of Schools. This home located on Quiet cul-desac! This 4 bdrm/2 bath home has legal suite. This home needs TLC - Either bring it back to its former glory or build your dream home here.

2553 Alderview St.

$1,079,000

Great location! Just Steps Away from both Schools. Simply gorgeous home located on large corner lot with gated RV parking! This 5 bdrm/3 bath home! This home sits on 6550 Sq ft of land. Some of the Updates new roof, new laminate floor downstairs, new paint, Large sundeck over double garage.

RECENTLY SOLD 31914 Hopedale Ave

99 3030 Trethewey St.

29 46840 Russell Rd

3026 TIMS STREET

30 35287 Old Yale Rd.

3106 Mouat Drive

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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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House on 2 legal lots 12798 sqft

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

20 Acres

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

OR

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 Royal Lepage Global Force Realty

off:604-596-1800, fax:604-596-1885

604-825-0832 realtoranjukapoor@gmail.com

ANJUKAPOOR Realtor Sold! Sold! Sold! Thanks Akash Vij and your mom dad for giving me the opportunity to work behalf of you.I would love to deal with you in coming years.

New Listing 30921 Sandpiper Drive, Abbotsford

$830,000 Stop your search, its time to send an offer on this beautiful, spotless clean house and make it your own home. You will love this gorgeous 2 story home, with 5 bedrooms + 1 rec-room and 3 full bath. SEPARATE entry for the suite, great income potential from. Great neighbourhood close to school, High Street Mall. Vaulted ceilings in living room .

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New Listing 31768 Belmond Ave, Abbotsford

$998,900 Great opportunity for investor's looking for income accumulating properties OR owners who want to live in 1/2 and rent out the other 1/2 duplex. This is prime LOCATION in Central Abbotsford, near school, shopping and minute away from the highway. Tenants have taken good care of the property. Renovations were done only a few months ago. Each side of the Duplex has 4 beds, 2 bath, 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms and it is all tremendously spacious. Large corner lot of potential future plans.


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Consider Your Present and Future Lifestyle

Consider your present and future lifestyle

Before you begin shopping for your home, reviewing your lifestyle, both now and in the future will make a big difference in the type of home you may need. You will save time. You will define your goals. You are likely to find the home you want, quicker, because you will not waste your efforts viewing homes that do not meet your criteria. Look at your lifestyle right now. Are there some areas you would like to change? Consider your lifestyle a few years from now? Will it remain the same? Will your needs increase or decrease? Will you need a small or large home to meet your lifestyle needs? Perhaps the attic or basement can be converted into additional living space. Do you have preschoolers? In a few years they will be teenagers, perhaps looking to move out and establish their own home. Perhaps your children have already left and you do not need a large home. Do you have an idea of how long you would like to stay in your home? Two years? Five years? Where do you spend the most time? Kitchen? Basement? Kitchens and family rooms are often gathering places. Be sure these areas are large enough.

What about entertaining? Do you need extra space to accommodate family functions? Could you convert the basement into a family area? Do small children need a play area, or teens need a recreation area? How many bedrooms do you require? Some people like smaller spaces for children, a home office, or frequent guests. Bathrooms are among the busiest place in the home. Can the bathroom handle the traffic? Think about your employment situation. Will you be changing jobs, or accepting a promotion with another company in another location? If you are transferred, could you sell your home quickly? On another work-related matter, how much time do you want to spend driving to and from work each day? Do you rely on public transportation? While it might take some thought to answer these questions, the effort translates into a home more flexible and suitable to your needs. The answers could also affect your resale value when it comes time to sell or upgrade. Or, if you are planning to remain in your home for a while, a different home may be more suitable.

How is your maintenance- the work in stages. Sometimes the quotient? work gets done. Other times it does not. Prior to purchasing the Look at your lifestyle compared home, prepare a detailed list of the to homeownership. That is, work that needs to be completed, how much time do you have to along with a realistic estimate of spend on maintenance. Are you a the cost. You probably will not be gardener? Do you enjoy puttering happy with a bargain home that in the garden, mowing laws and translates into a money pit. maintaining flower beds? Are you a person who enjoys fixing things around the house? While homeownership is a desirable and Review the big picture wise decision, it does come with Instead of a money pit, perhaps a responsibilities. To maintain the home in better condition is a wiser value of your home, and protect choice. For example, suppose your investment, you will want you purchase a home in good to ensure your home is in good condition. This costs $10,000 condition. This means careful more than a fixer upper. At today's attention to items that need to be mortgage rates, assuming, and fixed. Often, fixing them right staying within your monthly away is easier than waiting for an budget, the nice home costs accumulation of items. you only about $65 per month Based on the age of the house, more than the fixer-upper. With and an opinion from a Real the fixer-upper, you will spend Estate Professional, plus a home considerably more than $65 inspection you can get a good idea each month to bring it into good of future maintenance and repairs condition. based on the age of the house. If Buying a home represents one you do not want the maintenance, of the biggest investments a newer home, or perhaps a you will ever make. But that condominium, may be an option. investment goes beyond financial On the other hand, perhaps you considerations. You will want enjoy painting, fixing, decorating to give some careful thought to and all the assortment of items your lifestyle needs, both now needed to maintain a home? You and in the future. In addition, might find an older home in a the time and money you have great neighborhood that’s well available for maintenance also below market value because it is an important consideration for needs some work. This could be a choosing the right home. Take a great home improvement project, look at the entire picture before along with increasing the value of you purchase. your home. A good way to truly evaluate However, before you decide which home is right for you, that this project will translate outside of price, is to consider into your “dream home,” be what you absolutely must have sure to realistically evaluate the and what you can live without. situation. Will you do the work on Be sure to read the article Home weekends, after work? Will you Buying Needs and Wants. This hire someone, and for how much? article will help you develop Can you live in a mess while you a shopping list. Before you go renovate, or can you afford to house hunting, prepare a list of move in after it is completed? 'can't live without' features and Sometimes people move into a a list of 'would be great if...' home thinking they will complete features. PAGE R9


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Kirandeep Singh Gill

Baldev Singh Gill 

604.614.6549

604.825.8886

Over 3200 Sq. ft. home in West Abbotsford. Several upgrades including: new laminate flooring in living and family rooms, new tiles in the foyer and kitchen, brand new blinds, only 4 years old roof, a fully fenced backyard and relatively new paint. Close to Rotary stadium, W.J. Mouat Secondary and Gordie Howe Middle School.

33257 CHELSEA AVENUE

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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#207 1909 SALTON ROAD

27877 LEDUNNE AVENUE

3361 TRETHEWEY STREET

Custom built 3 storey home with 2-5-10 years warranty in West Abbotsford’s newest subdivision. 4 bedrooms upstairs with 3 full baths. One bedroom with full bathroom on main floor. Walk out basement has 3 bedrooms , 2 full bath and very spacious media room.

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

2 Bed & 1 Bath Apartment on the Main Floor with 2 parking spots. Many upgrades in past few years including: Laminate floors, white baseboards, designer paint, blinds, counter tops, white appliances, bathroom tile around tub, vanity fixtures, electrical plugs & switches! Great location viewing the private common area.

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 COMMERCIAL / RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE

PIZZA BUSINESS FOR SALE

2,181 Sq. Ft. Commercial plus residential building located at 45841 Railway Ave. In Chilliwack. Very clean and shows like new. CSM Zoning permitted.

Established Pizza Take out business located in Mission. This business has been open for 35 years, is very profitable and has lots of room to grow. Call for more information.

Asking $749,900.00

Asking $229,900.00

9361 MILL STREET FOR SALE

RESTAURANT SPACE FOR LEASE 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

Asking $22/Sq.Ft.

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

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!

Asking $2.8 Million

$ 15/Sq.Ft OR $299,900.00

# 406 - 8705 YOUNG ROAD FOR SALE/LEASE

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

ABBOTSFORD

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

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

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

RESIDENTIAL PRICE REDUCED 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

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

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

#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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PRICE REDUCTION 9105 CLAY STREET

$ 1,145,000

This private estate sits on 43,000sq feet.4 bedrooms, 3bathroom, a 2 car garage. Features include, security cameras, a 25 ft round koi pond,a massive yard, a very large 40x40 workshop(with 200 amp service!!) large trees along the property line for maximum privacy. In a great location close to all amenities.

DEVELOPMENT SITE!!!

8851 Dewdney Trunk Road

$ 4,488,888

5.20 acres of prime development land. zoned for row houses. Potential for town houses. house/shop rented for $1650 month

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GREAT RENTAL PROPERTY

2353 Webber Crescent. Prince George, BC.

$379,000

Great Price. Huge family home in a great location, backyard is a Must See (14,069 sq. ft.) and a big basement Renovations asement to help with the mortgage. Renovatio include new carpets, paint, and trim, ample storage space and big bedrooms all throughout the house. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own this home

HOUSE & ACREAGE FOR SALE 33160 Huntingdon Rd Asking price $2,000,000.00 1.8 level acres. Country living just minutes from

“BRIDGING COMMUNITIES”

town, freeway, hospital, university. This property is on City water plus has its own well. Property is on septic. Very comfortable, well maintained 3 bedroom, 3 level split home. Natural gas heat, 1 fireplace, air conditioning, two 3-piece bathrooms, 2 car garage.1,300 sq.ft. barn. Zoning A1 Agricultural One Zone.

OFFERS UNTIL 5:00PM JULY 28TH

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July 20th, 2018  

Punjabi Patrika Media Ltd. Bilingual English and Punjabi Newspaper for Abbotsford and the Fraser Valley.

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