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hazards to include stress or distraction caused by discrimination, bullying, hazing or harassment. Builders Code worksites will be free from behaviours that affect job performance, health, well-being, safety, productivity and the efficiency of workers. The Builders Code also provides contractors with competitive ways to attract and retain skilled tradespeople at time when B.C. is facing a skills shortage. Although women, youth,

Use DIY to offset costs. In addition to using a payment plan, taking on a few safe and simple renovation projects yourself is an easy way to offset renovation costs. Your local hardware store can help source materials and provide helpful tips to make those doit-yourself projects, such as refinishing cabinets or sanding old hardwood floors, a breeze.

The Builders Code was launched on International Women’s Day by the provincial government and industry partners including the BC Construction Association (BCCA), Industry Training Authority, WorkSafeBC and LNG Canada. The Builders Code is a standard code of conduct for all workers on construction sites in B.C., supported by a series of innovative services and resources for employers.

Indigenous peoples and other equityseeking groups are entering construction trades at a higher rate than in the past, their numbers remain low.

“All British Columbians deserve the opportunity to share in the benefits of our thriving economy,” said Mitzi Dean, Parliamentary Secretary for Gender Equity. “With a construction industry that’s booming and thousands of tradespeople needed, the Province is proud to support B.C.’s construction “Advancing women in the construc- employers in making sure everyone tion trades is a key way to address the on a jobsite knows what’s expected need for skilled workers throughout the and can work safely and productively.” province,” said Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and The pilot program will help people Training. “International Women’s Day learn how jobsite behaviour and betcelebrates the incredible contribution ter human resource tools can improve women make to our strong economy, retention. Employers can access noand we honour the impact of trades- cost posters and policies and training, women by looking for more ways to as well as advice from experts with ensure their success continues beyond experience in human resource managethe classroom. Working together, we ment, including mediation and conflict resolution. Contractors who lead the can build the best B.C.” way can be recognized by an awards The Builders Code, which includes a program created specifically for the voluntary standard code of conduct construction industry. for all workers on construction sites in B.C, expands the definition of “A skilled tradesperson is a valuable construction safety beyond physical asset, not a gender or demographic,”

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said Chris Atchison, president, BCCA. “Jobsite behaviour is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue. The Builders Code and ‘10% over 10 years’ target are industry’s way of stepping up on International Women’s Day to show that we recognize the need for change and we’re ready to do the work. The resources are available to all construction employers and we’re confident they will be used.” The Builders Code partners seek to make equity and diversity a corporate leadership priority for construction employers. Throughout 2019, the Builders Code will roll out expanded resources and services in every region of the province.

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The Builders Code is an initiative of the Construction Workforce Equity Project, funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training through the Sector Labour Market Partnerships program. On International Women’s Day in 2018, the Province announced $1.8 million to support resources aimed at removing barriers to women’s participation in the construction trades. Two groups, the BCCA and the BC Federation of Labour, and their industry partners are developing a range of programs that support construction employers and advance career opportunities for women in the building trades.

B.C. and tech startups team up to improve government services

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hree of the province’s startup companies and government are at the BC Tech Summit to demonstrate how their projects benefit British Columbians.

ernment’s commitment to reconciliation;

The Startup in Residence (STIR) program pairs small tech firms with public servants to collaborate on technology challenges. Companies join the Province on a 16-week virtual residency to create and test solutions they can later market to customers around the world.

The Environmental Assessment Office benefited from the expertise of Victoria’s Kinsol Research to better understand British “It is so inspiring to see the result of Columbians’ opinions on potential the collaboration between the tech development projects. startups and ministry staff because each team created an innovative solution to “Startup in Residence is a game a complex problem in a short period changer for early-stage tech compaof time,” said Jinny Sims, Minister nies operating throughout B.C.,” said of Citizens’ Services. “STIR helps Raghwa Gopal, president and CEO, government benefit from cutting-edge Innovate BC. “The program’s focus on advances in the tech sector, while also collaboration, teamwork and creative promoting growth in an industry that problem solving reflects how startups do business, making it easier for them creates well-paying jobs.” to gain the valuable experience of The program’s second group developed working with government.” solutions to challenges in economic development, First Nations nego- Competing for government contracts tiations and consultation with British can be costly and time consuming, which is especially challenging for Columbians: small businesses. STIR reduces these The Ministry of Jobs, Trade and barriers by streamlining the approach. Technology teamed up with Victoria’s OrpheusKey to make it easier for or- Participating teams receive $10,000 ganizations to find funding for projects during their residency and each STIR project has the potential to continue to grow B.C.’s economy; for up to four years through annual Vancouver-based UrbanLogiq Soft- government contracts. The program ware helped the Ministry of Indigenous also gives small companies the abilRelations and Reconciliation respond ity to reference the B.C. government more effectively in negotiations with as a customer when marketing their First Nations, a critical aspect of gov- products.

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4 bad car habits to ditch this spring (NC) Spring has sprung and so have bad habits. This season, ditch your old ways and improve your car maintenance practices to avoid any that may be harming your vehicle.

brakes inspected, cleaned and adjusted in combination with cleaning and lubricating the “sliders” on the disc brake calipers to help deal with any salt and sand build-up that can take a toll on these components.

Here are four bad habits OK Tire recommends changing to keep your car in Treating winter tires like all-weather. A common misconception about leavtip-top shape: ing your winter tires on all year is that Not getting a deep clean. Much like it can save you money. This is a false you would spring clean your home, statement. In fact, leaving them on your car deserves the same care. Often, year-round will cost you more in the we neglect our vehicles and their need long-run. Winter tires are made from a for a good cleaning once winter finally softer rubber-polymer mix that allows ends. Winter months wreak havoc on the tire to better grip the road when vehicles as cold temperatures and cor- it’s below 7°C. This different type of rosive road salt can eat away at both material will wear rapidly in warmer the interior and exterior. Don’t forget temperatures, causing premature wear to clean from the inside out this spring and reducing the tread life of the tire. If to avoid any damage, and top things off you use winter tires all spring and sumwith a fresh coat of wax. mer, you will need to purchase a new Forgetting regular maintenance. Much set of winter tires come fall. A better like we go to the dentist for check-ups, alternative to driving on your winter your vehicle needs the same attention tires year-round is to purchase a set with specific mileage intervals and of all-weather tires. Because they can changing of the seasons. Whether it’s a handle light to moderate rain, ice and fluid top-up or an engine flush, regular snow conditions, they might provide maintenance will keep your car running you with the best of both worlds. smoothly. Consider getting your drum

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Ignoring your air filter. Your cabin air filter keeps the air flow for your heating and cooling systems working efficiently. It also keeps your interior free of musty odours and allergens. Getting rid of an old air filter is essential for keeping the air flowing efficiently within the interior of the vehicle. A dirty cabin air filter can reduce the air flow within the car and cause the inside of the windows to fog up, making it difficult to see where you are going. This should be inspected and replaced, if required, at every oil change interval.


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Fraser Valley Indo-Canadian Business Association raises a total of $21,000 for Salvation Army!

rom crisp white décor to flowing gala outfits and everything in between, the Fraser Valley Indo Canadian Business Association’s Winter Wonderland Gala was definitely a sight to be seen!

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The Association’s 31st Annual Gala was not only an amazing evening, but also a significant fundraiser for Abbotsford’s Salvation Army. With proceeds going to benefit the charity directly, FVICBA was able to raise a total of $21,000!

“We are so thankful for the incredible support of the FVICBA along with their partners, and so appreciative of the ongoing partnership that continues to develop”, says Captain/Pastor Mark Dunstan of Salvation Army. The generous donation from the FVICBA will

assist The Salvation Army in Abbotsford to continue providing healthy meals to people everyday (125,000 last year); practical support for families through emergency food, clothing, and household items; additional support through holistic care and programming; ‘Drop In’ – meals, along with practical daily care of showers, laundry, job searches, housing searches, etc. (12,000 people assisted last year); Pantry34 program that supports 21 Abbotsford schools with healthy snacks for children; our weekly Adult Day Program; and the Supportive Independent Living for 14 men; and more. No community effort from the Fraser Valley Indo-Canadian Business Association is complete without the generous help of its community partners. From large scale businesses to individuals who both donated and attended the event, they are grateful to each and every person who helped support this amazing cause.

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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

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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:

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Our Gang Crime Unit tip for this week... Be engaged in your child's world. As our children grow up & become teenagers, continue to be involved in their lives. Get involved in school activities, sporting events or whatever your child's interest is. Know who your child's friends are... and meet the parents. Monitor your children and know what they are doing. Need help? Call a Gang Enforcement Officer at 604-864-4777 or check out: www.abbyagainstgangs.ca www.endganglife.ca

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Recycle your electronics- protect yourself from fraud March is Fraud Prevention Month- AbbyPD and Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) are partnering up on March 28th to help protect you from fraud and keep you data secure after destruction. Bring your hard drives, for shredding and unwanted electronics such as old computers, laptops, phones, tapes and other small devices holding sensitive data equipment will be destroyed for FREE. Be assured that your data will be safe and secure. Your electronics will be destroyed on-site to prevent data being recovered from old equipment. Join us at the Abbotsford Police Headquarters Building (2838 Justice Way) On March 28th, 2019 from 11am to 1 pm. If you are unable to attend, please check out https://www.electronicrecyclingassociation.ca/how-itworks/ for drop off instructions and locations. afvdy eIlYktrOinks nUM rIsfeIkl kro aqy PrOz qoN bwco mfrc PrOz qoN bwcx leI mhInf hY- aYbI pI[zI aqy eIlYktrOink rIsfeIkilMg asosIeysLn (eI[afr[ey) ny kwTy ho ky mfrc 28 nUM quhfnUM PrOz qoN bcfAuxf hY aqy quhfzI ienPormysLn surwkisLq rwKxI hY. qusIN hfrz zrfeIvF, purfxy kMipAUtr, lYptOp, Pon, typF jF hor keI CotIaF eIlYktrOink cIjLF, ijs ivwc quhfzI ienPormysLn hY, lYky af skdy ho. asIN ienH cIjLf nUM muPLq ivwc qbfh krFgy. quhfzI sfrI ienPormysLn surwkisLq rhygI. quhfzIaF eIlYktrOink cIjLf AuQy hI Ausy vKLq qbfh kIqIaF jfx gIaF. sfzy kolL afieE: aYbtsPorz puils zIpfrtmYNt iblizMg (2838 jsits vy) mfrc 28, 2019 nUM svyr dy 11 vjy qoN sLfm dy 1 vjy qwk. jy qusIN nhIN af skdy ho qF h ps://www.electronicrecyclingassocia on.ca/how-it-works/ qy jf ky dyKo ik qusIN afvdIaF cIjLF ikwQy lY ky jf skdy ho.

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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New legislation will strengthen independence of Agricultural Land Commission

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egislation has been introduced to strengthen the independence of the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC), so it can better fulfill its mandate of preserving the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR), while encouraging farming and ranching within British Columbia. Bill 15, the agricultural land commission amendment act 2019, continues the Ministry of Agriculture’s efforts to revitalize the ALR, the farmland within B.C. that’s protected for the adding more compliance and enforceprovince’s food security. ment capacity and tools, including a “The bill tabled today builds on the new offence for landowners who do work we started over a year ago to not produce records to the ALC when better protect farmland and encourage ordered; farming and ranching in B.C.,” said requiring that exclusions be submitLana Popham, Minister of Agriculted to the ALC only by local governture. “We are ensuring the commisments, First Nations governments or sion has the tools and the governance the Province, to encourage these type model required to strengthen its of applications be done as part of independence and ability to act in the thoughtful land-use planning process. best interest of our farmland within the Agricultural Land Reserve, so The legislative changes are part of the that British Columbians are able to government’s ongoing commitment access safe, locally grown food for to revitalize the ALR and the ALC. The ALR was established in 1973 to generations to come.” protect land with prime agricultural If passed, the legislation will strengthconditions for farming and ranching. en ALC governance and indepenIt currently protects approximately dence, and further protect land within 4.6 million hectares of agriculturally the ALR by: suitable land in British Columbia. replacing the current ALC gover- The ALR is administered by the nance model of six panel regions Agricultural Land Commission, an and an executive committee with one independent tribunal mandated to commission maintaining regional preserve agricultural land and encourrepresentation by requiring mem- age farming on agricultural land. bership from all six administrative “BC Agriculture Council appreciates regions; working with government on its efproviding the chair of the ALC with forts to revitalize the ALC/ALR,” said more flexibility to organize commis- Stan Vander Waal, president, BC Agsion members into a decision-making riculture Council. “In order to ensure panel on applications when war- farmland is protected for current and ranted, by topic, technical expertise future food security, while protecting the rights of farmers and ranchers, or by an administrative region; the ALC’s governance structure must adding new decision-making criteria have a decision-making process that to prioritize the protection and enis flexible, adaptive and efficient. hancement of the size, integrity and Overall, the update is a positive step continuity of the land base that the forward. We strongly support local ALC must consider when exercising regional input, which is critical given any power or performing a duty under the diversity of agriculture in B.C.” the ALCA; PAGE 14


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Province makes historic investment in rural internet service

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overnment is making the largest investment in connectivity in the province’s history, with $50 million to expand high-speed internet service for people living in approximately 200 rural and Indigenous communities. “High-speed internet provides the foundation for British Columbians to access online learning and telehealth care, conduct business and be alerted in an emergency,” said Jinny Sims, Minister of Citizens’ Services. “Connectivity helps small communities grow and prosper by creating jobs, attracting new residents and enabling more young people to stay in their hometowns, close to their loved ones.” Since July 2017, projects supported by the Connecting British Columbia program to improve high-speed internet connectivity are underway or completed in 417 communities, including 74 Indigenous communities, or nearly 43,000 households.

“This new funding demonstrates that the Province is deeply committed to expanding connectivity and improving the quality of life of people living in rural and Indigenous communities,” said Joel McKay, CEO, Northern Development Initiative Trust. The Ministry of Citizens’ Services provides resources and expertise to help communities design new digital infrastructure in order to maximize the benefits of improved connectivity. Local governments and internet service providers are encouraged to work together to find the best solutions that meet the specific needs of their communities. “High-speed internet is essential for companies of all sizes to grow their operations, reach new customers and offer innovative products and services,” said Lynda Pattie, executive director, AscenTECH Solutions. “Investments in broadband services inject new life into our local economies by creating opportunities for traditional and modern industries to thrive.”

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afey idn aijhIaF GtnfvF huMdIaF hn ik koeI iksy dI hwiqaf kr idMdf hY, corI kr lYNdf hY, jLKmI kr idMdf hY, aijhIaF GtnfvF jo ijLafdfqr guwsy ivwc huMdIaF hn jdoN mnuwK afpxf sMquln gvf bYTdf hY. guwsy dy vyg ivwc lok glqI kr idMdy hn.

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pqI guwsy ivwc pqnI Auwqy hwQ cuwk idMMdf hY, pqnI guwsy ivwc pykIN clI jFdI hY qF pqI Aus nUM apmfinq kr idMdf hY, Auh pqI nUM apmfinq kr idMdI hY. dovF ivwc qxfE vDdy hn, Gr dI sLFqI BMg huMdI hY, bwicaF Auwqy BYVf asr pRBfv pYNdf hY, mn Gbrfieaf aqy Audfs ho jFdf hY. kdy kdy

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qF dUrIaF ieMnIaF vD jFdIaF hn ik nObq qlfk qwk af jFdI hY. ieh sB guwsy dy kfrn huMdf hY. bhuq sfry lok guwsy Auwqy kMtrol rwKx ivwc smrQ huMdy hn ik Auh byhwd pRiqBfsLflI aqy Xog huMdy hn. afpxI Xogqf dy blbUqy pfey hoey Auwcy ahudy aqy iewjLq nUM lok pl Br dy guwsy dy vyg ivwc guaf bYTdy hn. QoVHI ijhI gwl Auwqy ahudf iqafg dyx vfly aijhy bhuq sfry Auwcy aiDkfrI dyKy jf skdy hn jo bfad ivwc pCqfAuNdy hn pr Ausy glqI nUM hor jgHf vfr vfr duhrfAuNdy vI hn. ikAuNik afpxy afp Auwqy kMtrol nhIN rwK pfAuNdy. AunHF nUM guwsf af hI jFdf hY.

qusIN hryk Kyqr ivwc guwsy dy gulfm lokF dy drsLn kr skdy ho. aijhy lokF nUM bVI jldI guwsf afAuNdf hY, ijs kfrn Auh afpxy sB kIqy krfey qy pfxI Pyr bihMdy hn, sB kuJ pl Br ivwc imtf lYNdy hn.

guwsy ivwc ivakqI afpxf sMquln guaf bihMdf hY aqy aijhy kMm kr bihMdf hY jo Ausdy leI sLoBf nhIN idMdy, jo Ausdy leI nf krn vfly huMdy hn. aijhy lok guwsy dy gulfm hn.

jo afpxy ivcfrF nUM dUsiraF Auqy Qopx dy kfrn afpxf DMdf cOpt kr lYNdy hn. afpxy gRhfkF nUM Bjf idMdy hn ikAuNik bihs ivwc guwsy ho jFdy hn. gflLF qwk dyx lwg pYNdy hn.

gusYly suBfa kfrn keI Auwcy ahuidaF qy bYTy ivakqIaF ny afpxy ahudy gvfey hn. afpxf jIvn ivgfV ilaf. Auh vwzy vwzy kMm kr skdy sn, jy Auh dUsiraF dIaF vwzy vwzy pwqrkfr, lyKk, pRoPYsr, BfvnfvF dI iewjLq krdy, afpxy Auqy kfbU ivigafnk aqy Auwcy ahuidaF AuWqy kMm rwKdy qF ahudf aqy iewjLq nf gvfAuNdy. guwsy kr rhy srkfrI aiDkfrI qwk vI glqIaF ivwc pfgl ho ky AuhnF ny jIvn Krfb kr krdy hn. ilaf hY. afpxf BivwK vI ivgfV ilaf hY. guwsf ivvyk df dusLmx hY. aijhy vpfrI aqy dukfndfr vI huMdy hn


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aijhI bihs qoN bcxf cfhIdf hY. ikAuNik guwsf mnwuK dI Aumr nUM Gwt krdf hY. ivarQ dI bihs kMm ivgfVdI hY. bhuq bhuq sfry lok guwsy ivwc afAux qoN bfad lok qF guwsy vws rfKsL bx jFdy hn. bhuq dyr qk kMbdy rihMdy hn. Auh GMitaF mYN iewk aijhy afdmI nUM jfxdf hF jo guwsy qwk koeI kMm vI nhIN kr skdy ikAuNik ivwc qoV PoV kr idMdf sI, rOlLf pfAux AuhnF df idmfg asLFq hUMdf hY. jdoN qwk lgdf sI. iksy nUM vI gfl kwZx ivwc pUrf mn sLFq nHIN ho jFdf, ivvyk shI nhIN iJjkdf nhIN sI. Aus nUM smJfAux vflf vI ho jFdf, Auh kMm nhIN kr skdy aqy jo Aus dy guwsy df isLkfr ho jFdf sI. nqIjf krngy qF axAuicq hI krngy. ieh huMdf sI ik lok Aus qoN pfsf vwtdy sn. Ausdy Kfs dosq aqy jfxkfr vI Aus Bhuq sfry aijhy pirvfr hn ijnHF ivc sfry qoN iknfrf kr jFdy sn. pr jdoN Aus df mYNbr hr smyN lVky rihMdy hn. guwsy kfrn guwsf Auwqr jFdf sI qF Auh afpxy afp qy AunHF ny Gr nUM nrk bxfieaf huMdf hY. guwsy sLrimMdf huMdf sI. TMZf pY jFdf sI. pCqfvf kfrn iewk mYNbr dUsry nUM vwZx nUM dOVdf hY. krn lwgdf sI. qMdrusq huMdy hoey vI bydm AunHF dy Gr dy bfhr iek aijhIaF afvfjLF afAuNdIaF hn ijvyN dYNq lV rhy hox. aijhy ijhf ho jFdf sI. GrF dy guaFZ ivwc rihx vfly vI prysLfn guwsy ivwc asl ivwc mnuwK afpxI suwD buwD rihMdy hn. duwKF nfl jUJdy rihMdy hn. Gr guaf bYTdf hY pfgl ijhf ho jFdf hY. Aus dI sLFqI aqy KusLhflI nUM ieh guwsf Kqm kr nUM ieh vI pqf nhIN rihMdf ik Aus ny ikhVI idMdf hY. pirvfr qbfh ho jFdf hY. aijhy gwl kihxI hY aqy ikhVI nhIN kihxI. bhuq pirvfrF ivwcoN aYsLo arfm, suwK aqy anMd sfry aijhy sLbdF dI Auh vrqoN kr jFdf hY gfieb ho jFdy hn. jo AusdI pCfx dy myl dy nhIN huMdy . guwsy df iBafnk dYNq AusnUM BYVf rfKsL bxf idMdf kuJ lok qF guwsy dy gulfm ho jFdy hn. hY. jo ivakqI guwsy nUM nhIN mfr skdf, Auh cfhy ikMnf vI piVHaf iliKaf hovy, sfDU sMq Auh afpxy afp nUM vs ivwc nhIN kr pfAuNdy jF ivdvfn hovy, Aus nUM smJdfr mnuwK nhIN blik guwsf AuhnF ivcfiraF nUM afpxy vs mMinafN jf skdf. aijhy ivdvfn nUM mUrK krI rwKdf hY. ieh BYVf guwsf aijhy lokF qoN hI mMnxf cfhIdf hY. guwsy dy vs ivwc aijhy kdy kdy qF afpxy bwcy pqnI aqy Brf jF ivdvfnF nUM vI byisr pYr dI bkvfs krn dosq dI hwiqaf qwk krvf idMdf hY. dy bfad pCqfvf krnf pYNdf hY. ieh iewk scfeI hY ik srIr nUM guwsf cwt guwsy ivwc kIqy gey kMmF dy leI hryk mnuwK nUM pCqfAuxf pYNdf hY. aijhy lokF nUM Kud Auwqy sLrm afAuNdI hY, mfnisk iglfnI Auwqy duwK huMdf hY. eIrKf, nPrq aqy bdly dIaF BfvnfvF vI guwsy df kfrn bxdIaF hn.

jFdf hY aqy KoKlf kr idMdf hY. ijLafdfqr lokF dI ibmfrI df kfrn hI guwsf huMdf hY. guwsy df mUl kfrn mqlb hY. mqlb nUM jo ivakqI ijwq lYNdf hY, Auh guwsy nUM vI ijwq lYNdf hY.

vwzIaF vwzIaF lVfeIaF, JgVy, dMgy aqy durGtnfvF guwsy dy kfrn GtdIaF hn. mqlb iksy vI qrF df hovy, Aus nUM iqafg dyvo qF duwK nhIN rihMdf. duwK df kfrn vI lok bVI imhnq nfl jIvn ivwc bhuq ieh mqlb hI hY. kuJ hFsl krdy hn. sfKL bxfAundy hn, pRiqsLTf aqy iewjLq kmfAuNdy hn. smfj qusIN koeI aihsfn krdy ho Auh quhfzf ivwc nfm kmfAuNdy hn pr guwsy dy gulfm imwqr hY, Brf hY, jF irsLqydfr hY. Auh bx jfx qy Auh QoVHI ijhI dyr ivwc sB kuJ bdly ivwc quhfzy nfl burf krdf hY. quhfnUM brbfd kr lYNdy hn. afpxf pUrf BivwK duwK vI afAuNdf hY qy guwsf vI. kfrn ieh ivgfV lYNdy hn. hY ik Aus aihsfn ivwc mqlb sI. qusIN aihsfn dy bdly ivwc aihsfn, BlfeI jF srIr dy leI guwsf bVf Gfqk huMdf hY. pRsMsF dy BuwKy sI. ishq nUM vI ieh guwsf brbfd kr idMdf hY ikAuNik srIr dy sfry jIvfxU qMqUaF Auwqy iksy nUM kuJ dyvo vI qF bdly dI afs nf rwKo. guwsf bVf pRBfv pfAuNdf hY. guwsf cirwqr nUM Quhfzy nfl koeI burf krdf hY qF bdly dI kmjoLr krn dy nfl srIr ivwc vI kmjoLrI Bfvnf nf rwKo. bKsL dyx df Bfv mn ivwc ilafAuNdf hY. rwKo. guwsf nhIN af skygf. gusYly ivakqI dI sfry buirafeI krdy hn quhfnUM sB qrHF dy mqlbF df iqafg krky, ikAuNik Auh gusy ivwc aksr buirafeI Xog mn ivwc muafPI, DIrj, pRym aqy inaF dy kMm krdf hY. Bfv rwKxy cfhIdy hn. icMqf ksLt qy nsLy nfl vI ieMnI hfnI nhIN quhfzy ivwc Pyr Auwc afdrsLF df sMcfr huMdI ijMnI gwusy nfmI dYNq nfl ho jFdI hY. hovygf. qusIN AucfeIaF vwl vDogy, qrwkI guwsy rUpI awg dy nfl vwzy vwzy sLRysLt afdmI krogy aqy lokF ivwc qusIN iewjLqdfr bxogy. vI duwK Bogdy hn. Pyr qusIN kI nhIN kr skdy?

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The sessions will be provided by Safer Schools Together, the Ministry of Education’s service-delivery partner for ERASE. Topics will include an overview of the current B.C. gang landscape, how gang members are recruiting, myths and realities of gang membership, warning signs and how “Young people are being supported to to help if someone is being recruited make the right decisions and not join or is already involved in gang-related gangs, with the backing of our educa- activity. tion, law enforcement and community Safer Schools Together will also partners,” said Rob Fleming, Minister develop a new provincial learning reof Education. “We’re ensuring all B.C. students receive an education free from source for B.C. education professionals discrimination, bullying, harassment, focused on gang prevention. It will be intimidation and, most importantly, aligned with the provincial physical and health education curriculum, and violence, for generations to come.” will include videos and a teacher guide The funding supports the new ERASE focused on helping all students develop (Expect Respect and a Safe Educahealthy relationships, avoid unsafe or tion) school-based gang prevention exploitive situations, and how to proprogram. It will be offered in priority tect themselves from harm. Localized communities identified by police and safety experts as those that could ben- monthly reports on public social media efit from additional gang prevention activity regarding gang activity will support. Communities include Ab- also be provided to school districts, botsford, Burnaby, Delta, Kamloops, along with support as needed on how Kelowna, Langley, Nanaimo, Prince best to address any concerning online George, Surrey, Vancouver, Victoria behaviour. and Williams Lake. The program will “Ending the gun and gang violence see the creation and delivery of new that’s taking young lives and threatentraining and intensive supports focused ing our communities will continue to on gun and gang violence awareness require strong, strategic prevention and and prevention, and will also include enforcement efforts,” said Mike Farnthe creation of resources for classroom worth, Minister of Public Safety and teachers. Solicitor General. “Early intervention Funding will go to the B.C. School and prevention programs like ERASE Superintendents Association (BCSSA), are vital to ensuring our young people supporting districts in 12 priority com- are both knowledgeable and resilient munities to partner with the Boys Club to the lure of gangs and gang vioNetwork. The Boys Club Network is lence — helping them make their own a B.C.-based non-profit organization positive life choices. Our government that works with school districts and will continue to pull out all the stops community partners to create safe to identify bold, new actions that can spaces for boys aged 12-19. Through support police, our justice system, our the partnership, after-school programs schools and our communities in curbwill be set up (where they do not aling gang and gun violence and saving ready exist), and new local secondary young lives.” school elective courses will be created, focused on connecting teenage The provincial ERASE strategy offers boys with positive adult role models services and resources to foster school and providing leadership and career connectedness, address bullying and development opportunities. prevent violence in B.C. schools, and The BCSSA will also use the funding to provides support to school districts durprovide 2,200 students, 1,500 parents ing critical incidents. Throughout the and 2,500 educators, law enforce- 2018-19 school year, ERASE is being ment officials and representatives of expanded to be a more comprehensive community-based organizations with resource, and will also focus on gang an opportunity to participate in gang prevention, mental health and wellness, prevention and awareness education substance use, social media and sexual and training sessions. orientation and gender identity.


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FRASER VALLEY BANDITS ANNOUNCE VIRGIL HILL AND KYLE GRAVES AS ASSISTANT COACHES

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ormer SFU and UFV stars, Hill and Graves, now two of the Lower Mainland’s leading basketball practitioners, are set to bolster Peter Guarasci’s coaching staff in advance of Bandits’ inaugural season at Abbotsford Centre.

about is their reputation as teachers, rather than coaches. Virgil and Kyle are lifelong learners with a true ability to connect with students and athletes. Their personable approach will greatly benefit our roster.”

The Fraser Valley Bandits have announced that Virgil Hill and Kyle Graves will be the team’s Assistant Coaches for its inaugural season in the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL), the Official First Division Professional League Partner of Canada Hill’s decorated basketball lineage Basketball. extends back to Ontario, where he won a silver medal at the Ontario Hill and Graves join Head Coach Federation of School Athletic Assoand General Manager Peter Guarasci ciations Provincial Championships. to help form a trio of leaders on the Following high school, Hill took his Bandits’ bench. Together, they will talents to SFU, where he played for be tasked with evaluating prospective the men’s basketball team for four talent in advance of the CEBL Entry years as a guard and small forward Draft on March 16, and also assessing throughout the early 1990s. He led the Bandits’ Training Camp roster in by example as a starter for two seaadvance of the team’s home opener at sons and a team captain in his senior Abbotsford Centre on Thursday, May year as well. When not contributing 9, against the Guelph Nighthawks. as a key cog in the Clan’s rotation, “It gives me immense pleasure to Hill was a two-sport athlete, playing announce Virgil and Kyle as our varsity football as well. Hill’s integral assistant coaches. Together, they role in SFU’s athletics community bring decades of experience as both paved the way for a six-season stint players and coaches,” Guarasci said. as an Assistant Coach with the Clan, “However, what I’m most excited in which he also coached British PAGE 22


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Columbia’s Under-19 Team to a National Championship in 1998. In 2000, Hill was named Head Coach of the Laurentian Voyageurs in Ontario University Athletics (OUA). Following a seven-year tenure in Sudbury, in which Hill also represented Canada at the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daego, South Korea, Hill relocated to become Head of Basketball with the Collingwood School in West Vancouver, where over the course of eight pivotal seasons, he helped sculpt the program into an annual provincial contender, capped off by a Provincial Championship in 2016. Graves’ basketball roots run deep in the Fraser Valley. After leading Chilliwack’s Sardis Secondary School to its first-ever provincial tournament appearance in 2000 and helping the team earn a top-15 provincial ranking in 2002, Graves took his talents to the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) where he emerged as a force on the glass and in the post for the UFV Cascades. Graves served as the

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Cascades’ team captain for four years, twice being named a British Columbia Colleges Athletic Association All-Star (now known as the Pacific Western Athletic Association). He was instrumental in helping UFV win two BCCAA Championships prior to driving UFV to its first-ever Canadian Interuniversity Sport (now known as U SPORTS) postseason birth against the University of British Columbia (UBC). Today, Graves continues to develop as a leader in the Chilliwack community. In addition to teaching at Sardis Secondary School, Graves is the Founder of Chilliwack Basketball Club. His program serves as a stepping stone for Chilliwack youth to access elite basketball instruction and has become the home of skills training in the region, as well as boys and girls club programming thanks to more than 200 players joining the club’s elementary and high school ranks annually. Before returning to Chilliwack, Graves served as an Assistant Coach for the UBC Okanagan Heat and the UFV Cascades.

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Minister’s statement on ombudsperson’s involuntary admissions report

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udy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, has issued the following statement in response to the Office of the Ombudsperson’s report entitled Committed to Change: Protecting the Rights of Involuntary Patients Under the Mental Health Act:

“Nothing is more important to me than keeping people safe. This is balanced with the need to ensure dignity and fairness when someone is vulnerable and receiving mental-health care. This is critically important as we work to improve the systems of health and mental health.

“Our government takes the safe practice of involuntary admissions under the B.C. Mental Health Act very seriously. To ensure the safety and rights of individuals are held to the highest standard, we have already taken the “The findings and recommendations following actions, based on our disoutlined in this report align with our cussions with the ombudsperson as goals for mental-health care – to he developed his report: improve the system of mental-health and addictions care in B.C., to keep a review of existing Mental Health people safe and to provide people Act forms and tracking tools, with with the quality of care and support the goal to develop standardized they need and deserve. Strengthen- provincial tools; ing the monitoring and evaluation of regional working groups in Frathe Mental Health Act will help us ser Health, Island Health, Northachieve these goals. ern Health and Vancouver Coastal

“I thank the ombudsperson for this report and for the office’s commitment to ensuring the safety and rights of people living with mental illness and addiction in British Columbia.

Health, to address the recommenda- t a r y a d missions tions in the report; under the an educational iLearn module and Mental mental-health toolkit is available for Health all Interior Health staff and physi- A c t a n d cians; of their a regional lead at Island Health is rights. working with operations, medical “Governleads and the practice support team to ment accreate a strategic plan that addresses cepts the the recommendations outlined in the intent of report; all of the recommendations in the a renewed in-person education pro- report and the ministries of Mental gram for Northern Health physicians Health and Addictions, Health and and staff is in the works, as well as Attorney General, as well as the the review and revision of existing health authorities, are working together to address them. web-based learning modules; “People who access mental-health care in B.C. deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Anything less is unacceptable. Our priority is to build a system of mental-health and addictions care that works for a video is in development to inform everyone, and that is what we are patients and families of involun- working toward.” weekly audits by the Provincial Health Services Authority’s psychiatrist-in-chief of all patients admitted involuntarily under the Mental Health Act at BC Children’s Hospital; and

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Named top 5% of Realtors in the Fraser Valley, Rajin Gill joins BC Farm & Ranch Corp.

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C Farm & Ranch is celebrating over 20 years of service as BC’s first and only brokerage to exclusively handle farm, ranch, and acreage properties through BC. From large commercial farming operations to estate acreages, greenhouse and nursery to development land, we have the experience and connections to get your property sold “At BC Farm and Ranch we offer Premium Marketing, 200+ years in experience, $ 1 billion + In sales and much more. Let’s sit down, grab a cup coffee and chat about what your property may be worth!” says co-owner, Realtor Greg Walton. BC Farm & Ranch Realty Corp. is excited to announce that Rajin Gill is now part of their growing team. Representing the top 5% of realtors in sales in the Fraser Valley, Rajin brings an exciting new set of skills to BC Farm & Ranch with a goal of building long term relationships with his clients and a determination to provide the best service possible. Rajin is born and raised in Abbotsford and is a graduate from MEI schools. During his school career, he was an accomplished wrestler with a number of winnings in provincial and national titles. More

recently, Rajin has translated that This is also why he hard work and dedication towards stresses that its is imreal estate. portant to find a realtor that suites your needs Rajin was always interested in when buying or selling business and enjoyed looking/ a home. He suggests viewing well built homes. Howevfinding someone who er, what really attracted him to the reflects your values, has profession was when he realized a good standing in the how much he loved interacting market, and provides inwith people through this capacity. dustry standard services. “Real estate is a unique field, we Through B.C. Farm & get to see our clients’ high points Ranch, Rajin Gill proand low points and connect on a vides premium marketpersonal level. I’ve always ening and approach. Their joyed showing and selling farms, services go beyond just I absolutely love it! Part of that your immediate real estate duties. comes from getting the opporSome of many of their services tunity to learn from Ajmer Jerry include; MLS exposure, print adSeikhon who was a farm specialvertising (local real estate weekly ist with B.C. Farm and Ranch and papers as well as agriculture newssold Farms for over 25 years! It papers), email Advertising - All was the natural fit for me”, says our new listings, listing changes Rajin. go to our extensive database Being in business for 3 years now, of potential Buyers and Sellers Rajin reflects back on his success. complied over the years, internet “Often times people will ask me Advertisement - Including but not how I got my foot in the door with limited to personal and company real estate. Whether my family website (Facebook, Instagram, member was a realtor, if I have a Twitter, Craigslist, Kijiji), distincdeveloper in the family, if I bought tive signage (every farmer knows a retiring realtors clientele book. the green & yellow signs!), profesMy answer is No, No and No, I sional photography, professional simply work hard, put in the hours, video & aerial, and a weekly & and give my honest opinion. It is quarterly Newsletter (which goes an amazing feeling when your cli- to an extensive agriculture dataents put their faith and trust in me.” base). Rajin advises all new potential home buyers and sellers; firstly find a Realtor who is the right style/fit for you, build a good and honest relationship with your Realtor, discuss all the things you want and don’t want in your next home and let them work away, and most importantly, “allowing the buyer to understand DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE; buying a home is often the largest purchase you will ever make in your life. Whether the due

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diligence takes time, cost money I believe it is super important to do the research. Be advised and not surprised.” Aside from the numbers, accomplishments in Real Estate, Rajin is very thankful that he got the opportunity to meet and work with such wonderful people. Rajin and a fellow Realtor David Corrie had the opportunity to be the area leaders for the Blanket Drive for homeless, for which they were able to get the highest total since 2010! Rajin has also recently been selected to sit on Professional Standards committee with the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, which he is super excited and thankful for. “As you know, I greatly value the business and personal relationships that I have. If your friends, family, or colleagues would appreciate the level of service I provide, please send their information my way. I’ll be happy to follow up and provide exceptional real estate services”. Rajin is active on social media through Instagram and Twitter, @ RajinRealtor, and Facebook: @ RajinRealEstate. You can visit his website at RajinRealtor.com


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People don t look at your acting if you re in glamorous role : Kriti

Kriti Sanon says it took a Bareilly Ki Barfi for people to take note of her talent as she believes there is common perception that if an actor is not glamorous, she will act well. Though she started out with big commercial ventures, her turn as a small town girl in the Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari directorial "drastically changed" the game for Kriti."It's weird but when you are in a de-glamorous role people see your acting more. When you are slightly more dressed up, it takes a while to see beyond the looks and the acting. Especially when they don't already have a perception of you being an actor," Kriti said."Once you break that and they know you are an actor, then doing a glamorous part is ok. Then they say you are showing your range," she added.Kriti said today she has gained the confidence to take risks. "When you don't have someone backing you, you do feel scared to be doing something away from what is expected of a normal heroine. When you step out of the conventional commercial space, you think 'what if it doesn't work.' Today I feel I'm more greedy as an actor." Kriti will be next seen in Luka Chuppi co-starring Kartik Aaryan. The Laxman Utekardirected romcom chronicles the story of a couple living-in together in Mathura and the complications that follow. The actor said filmmakers are approaching her with meatier characters now.

Don t have a problem working in multi-starrers : Riteish Apart from being multi-starrers, there is another common thread which binds films like "Masti", "Housefull", "Malamaal Weekly", "Dhamaal" and "Apna Sapna Money Money" together -- actor Riteish Deshmukh. Having started his career over 16 years ago with the standalone film "Tujhe Meri Kasam", Riteish has mostly featured in multi-starrers. And he has no qualms about it. "Why should I have any problem with that. For me, a good role and a good script matter the most," Riteish said. "First of all when you do a multi-starrer film, one should know what part he/she is doing. If you are happy with it, you should go for it and give 100 per cent to it," he said. The 40-year-old feels people need to change their attitude towards multi-starrers. "It is not easy to make a multistarrer film. The more the actors, more the responsibilties on director. Proper coordination is needed between the actors while shooting. Films like 'Housefull' and 'Dhamaal' can't be made alone (with a single actor). Such films need multiple actors. Such scripts require multiple talent. And honestly speaking, a multi-starrer film reflects the real abilities of an actor. Among several other talented actors, if you are able to impress the audience then that shows your real powers." Riteish said people should now start using "ensemble" cast instead of the word "multi-starrer". "Multi-starrer is not a wrong term, but ensemble cast sounds much better because now each actor plays a unique character and contributes equal part in the film. The concept of multi-starrer films have evolved with the time. It would be better if we all start using ensemble cast than a multi-starrer film," he added.

Being judged is part of being a public figure : Diana Penty Actress Diana Penty says being constantly judged is a part and parcel of being a public figure, and she agrees it can be ruthless sometimes.Asked what she thinks about constant judgment made on a celebrity's style, Diana said. "While I agree that it is a part and parcel of being a public figure, I do think people can be a little ruthless sometimes. It is very easy to sit in the comfort of your home, scroll through your Instagram feed and pass judgments on a celebrity's choice of outfit, hair

and make-up."There are so many factors that contribute to that final look you see in pictures. Like the kind of event it is, whether there's a certain brief the celebrity is expected to stick to, body types, what suits you, what doesn't, what kind of day you've had, and sometimes unforeseen circumstances where you have only a couple of hours to find something to wear."The 33-yearold actress said that given all the craziness, the celebrities still "make it work, so it wouldn't hurt being just a little considerate sometimes".Diana began her

modelling career in 2005. She made her acting debut in 2012 with the romantic-comedy film "Cocktail". She followed it up with films like "Happy Bhag Jayegi" and "Lucknow Central".

Never told anyone that I am granddaughter of Nutan : Pranutan Bahl From giving auditions for several films for two years to being launched by Salman Khan in Notebook, actor Pranutan says she has consciously refrained from introducing herself as granddaughter of legendary actor Nutan or daughter of Mohnish Bahl.The debutante, who will be starting her journey with Notebook, directed by National Award-winning filmmaker Nitin Kakkar and produced by Salman's banner SKF, said the makers chose her for the part after an intense audition process."I did gave lot of auditions for two and half years or so for lot of films. I never used to say I am from a film family. For this film they knew that I was Mohnish's daughter."I gave a five hour long audition for this film. But they called some other girls also as they were like if they take me then it will be like 'I am from film family'. So they auditioned some 80 to 100 girls but Nitin sir (director Nitin Kakkar) felt I was the right choice," Pranutan said while interacting with media at the trailer preview of Notebook. She said she is aware of the expectations and the responsibility that comes along with her family name. "I am very happy that I am making my debut as an actor but I am also nervous as there is responsibility on my shoulders. Not only in terms of the actor she (Nutan) was but her personality was so huge. All this is tough for me," she added.

I don t think actors should have language restriction : Zareen Actress Zareen Khan, who will be seen in a Punjabi film titled Daaka, feels that actors shouldnt limit themselves when it comes to working in films in different languages. Talking about working in various film industries, Zareen said: "Earlier also, I had worked in a Punjabi film. I don't understand why people ask 'You are a Bollywood actor then how are you working in a Punjabi film." "I am an actor. I would like to work in Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi or Bengali films. I don't think any actor should have a language restriction. If I like a film script in whatever language, then I will do that film." Does the film industry put pressure on actors to be fit or look in a certain way? She said: "I don't know about industry pressure but I try to be fit because fitness has become a part of my lifestyle. When I was a plus size teenager, that time I realised that my mother and maternal grandmother had to deal with a lot of diseases because after their marriage and after having kids,

they didn't look after their fitness so, I feel you have to be fit for your well-being." "I think you shouldn't stay fit under any kind of pressure. People should stay fit so that they can stay away from various kinds of diseases."

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duaflLf ruÈnfvF»

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Auh poly ijhy kolL afeI qF rfjivµdr nIvIN pfeI BurBurI ijhI imWtI ’qy adb dy pYrF dy inÈfn inhfr irhf sI» aµimRqf isrhfxy KVHI qF Aus dIaF aWKF ’coN do aWQr¨ imWtI Auqly inÈfn ’qy jf pey» aµimRq kuJ puWCdI, ies qoN pihlF hI rfjivµdr dI BuWb inkl geI» ikµnf icr aµimRqf dy gozy lWg roNdf irhf ijvyN virHaF df ruikaf vihx aWj hI vg ky muWkxf hovy» QoVHf ÈFq hox ’qy Aus ny afp hI gWl CyVI, ‘‘jdoN mµmI dI mOq hoeI qF zYzI nOkrI krdy sI» mµmI Gr hI rihµdy» sfrf idn kuJ nf kuJ krdy rihxf» nOkrIpyÈf qy ÈihrI Gr hox dy bfvj¨d mµmI ny ijæWd krky ieWk mWJ vI rWKI hoeI sI» AuhdI sµBflL vI krdy» pfQIaF vI pWQdy» zYzI ny bQyrf kihxf, ‘ikAuN gohy ivWc hWQ mfrdI eyN!’ pr mµmI ny afdq m¨jb afpxy kµm lWgI rihxf» jdoN mµmI sfƒ CWz ky cly gey qF mYN msF 13 ku sfl df hovFgf» mµmI qoN ibnF hmyÈF zOr-BOr ijhf hoieaf rihxf ik ieh kI ho igaf? kuJ smJ nf pYNdI» hOlLI hOlLI ijæµdgI dI gWzI lIh ’qy afAux lWgI» ieWk idn mYN cuWlHy m¨hry bYTf aWg bflL irhf sI» bflx, pfQIaF qoV qoV cuWlHy ivWc lgf

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pMjfb `c iPwt bYTygf `afp` df idwlI vflf PfrmUÜf look sBf coxfˆ qoˆ pihlfˆ afm afdmI pfrtI pMjfb ny ibjlI aMdoln BKf ilaf hY . aijhy hI aMdoln nfl arivMd kyjrIvfl ny idwlI df qKq ijwiqaf sI.kyjrIvfl ny Kud KMiBafˆ qy cVH ky qfrfˆ dy kunykÈn joVy sI . ies nfl lokfˆ ny vI afm afdmI pfrtI nUM cMgf huMgfrf idwqf sI . hux BgvMq mfn vI iehI PfrmUlf vrq rhy hn.`afp` ny dfavf kIqf hY ik hux qwk awDy pMjfb ivc aMdoln phuMc igaf hY . afm afdmI pfrtI ny lokfˆ mnqfr brfV dI igRPqfrI leI iswt ny kIqy kmrkwsy qwk phuMc krn leI aijhy muwdy nUM PiVaf hY ijs df syk hr iksy nUM lwgdf hY.pMjfb byadbI qy golIkfˆzfˆ dI pVqfl kr rhI ivÈyÈ jfˆc tIm ny akflI afgU mnqfr isMG ivc ibjlI drfˆ kfPI AuwcIafˆ hn . ibjlI dI KLpq vDx krky ibwl vI moty afAuˆdy hn brfV dI igRPqfrI dI iqafrI kr leI hY .BrosyXog sUqrfˆ ansfr iswt ny brfV nUM . ies leI pfrtI nUM huMgfrf vI kfPI iml irhf hY . igRPqfr krn leI adflq qoˆ afigaf mMgI hY.sfbkf akflI ivDfiek mnqfr brfV rfm rhIm nUM muafPI: iekbfl isMG vwloˆ sfQI isMG dI blYˆkyt byl arËI KfrË kr idwqI sI,ikAuˆik brfV hux kotkpUrf golIkfˆz mfmly sfihbfn dI pol KolHn df aYlfn ivwc bqOr mulËm nfmËd hn.iswt ny mnqfr brfV nUM ñòù nMbr aYPafeIafr ivwc nfmËd kIqf hY .shfiek atfrnI pMkj qnyjf ny ikhf ik aYsafeItI ny awj adflq qKq sRI ptnf sfihb dy sfbkf jQydfr igafnI iekbfl isMG ny ahuidEˆ pfsy htx ivwc dwisaf ik mnqfr brfV nUM Qfxf istI kotkpUrf ivwc drjL aYPafeIafr nMbr qoˆ bfad hmlfvr ruK aKiqafr kr ilaf hY . iekbfl isMG ny ikhf hY ik AunHfˆ nMU ñòùḲòúñø ivwc nfmjLd kIqf igaf hY . jfxbuwJ ky Psfieaf jf irhf hY .AunHfˆ ieh vI ikhf ik zyrf isrsf muKI gurmIq rfm rhIm nUM muafPI dyx df ivroD krn `qy AunHfˆ nUM bdnfm kIqf igaf hY. iekbfl isMG ny holy mhwly `qy ÈRomxI kmytI qy gurU dIafˆ lfzlIafˆ POjfˆ ikhf ik zyrf muKI dI muafPI nUM igafnI gurmuK isMG qy gurbcn isMG ny sMpfdq kIqf sI qy muafPI nUM jfieË TihrfAux leI ùú lwK dy ieÈiqhfr vI idwqy gey .AunHfˆ ikhf ik afhmo sfhmxy ienHfˆ Gtnfvfˆ ny Dfrimk sMsQfvfˆ qy isafsI pfrtIafˆ dy gTjoV dI pol vI KolH idwqI . nfnkÈfhI kYlMzr ny hux holy mhwly df puafVf pf idwqf hY. ÈRomxI gurduafrf pRbMDk aMqr rfÈtrI mihlf idvs mOky sVkfˆ qy AuwqrIafˆ kmytI qy inhMg isMG jQybMdIafˆ ny vwKo-vwK holy mhwly mnfAux df aYlfn kr idwqf hY . ies nfl sMgqfˆ ivc vI BMblBuwsy vflI hflq bx geI hY . drasl ÈRomxI kmytI ies aYnafrafeI lfiVafˆ vwloˆ CwzIafˆ aOrqfˆ vfr vI smuwcI iswK kOm nUM iewkmwq krn ivc kfmXfb nhIˆ ho skI. ies leI hux ÈRomxI kmytI qy inhMg isMG jQybMdIafˆ vwKo vwKrf mhuwlf sjfAuxgy.ÈRomxI kmytI anusfr ñõ ivafh krky pRvfsI BfrqI ijnHfˆ kuVIafˆ nUM Cwz gey,AunHfˆ kOmfˆqrI idvs mOky jlMDr dy mfrc dI awDI rfq nUM holf mhwlf gurduafrf iklf afnMdgVH sfihb qoˆ ngfry vjf ky mihlf Qfxy qk ros mfrc kwiZaf.pMjfb ivc ôú,úúú aOrqfˆ pRvfsI lfiVafˆ dy ieMqËfr ÈurU kIqf jfvygf jo ñö,ñ÷ mfrc nUM kIrqpur sfihb ivKy qy ñù,òú aqy òñ mfrc nUM ivwc hn. ienHfˆ ivwcoˆ òú,úúú aOrqfˆ duafby Kyqr dIafˆ hn jo ik ipCly keI sfÜfˆ qoˆ sRI afnMdpur sfihb ivKy mnfieaf jfxf hY. sRLomxI kmytI nfnkÈfhI kYlMzr anusfr afpxy pqIafˆ df ieMqËfr kr rhIafˆ hn. sflfˆ qoˆ iensfP dI AumId ivwc ijAUˆdIafˆ òñ mfrc nUM mhwlf kwZygI jdik inhMg isMG POjfˆ purfqn rvfieq anusfr òò mfrc hn, pr puils, adflq qy srkfrfˆ iksy ny ienHfˆ dI pRyÈfnI df hwl nhIˆ kwiZaf . nf hI afpxI pqnI nUM Cwzx vfly iksy aYnafrafeI iKÜfP sKq kfrvfeI leI koeI kfnUMn nUM mhwlf kwZxgIafˆ . bixafN hY . ivdyÈfˆ ivwc vwsy muMzy pMjfb af ky kuVI vfilafˆ nUM sbËbfg idKf ky ivafh suKdyv isMG ZIˆzsf qy bldyv isMG iZwloˆ df pdm BUÈx krvf lYˆdy hn. kuJ idn iekwTy rihx mgroˆ ivdyÈ cly jfˆdy hn.pqnI nUM ieh kih ky jfˆdy hn ik Aus nUM jld hI bulf lYxgy , pr pqI dy ieMqËfr ivwc muitafrfN ijAUˆdI nfl snmfn lfÈ bx ky rih jfˆdIafˆ hn . pMjfb KyqIbfVI XUnIvristI dy kulpqI zf[ bldyv isMG iZwloN qy sInIar akflI lIzr iswDU `qy bfˆsl pey BfrI,smfgm `c aiVwkf suKdyv isMG ZINzsf nUM pdm BUÈx nfl snmfnq kIqf igaf. rfÈtrpqI rfm nfQ koivMd ny AunHfˆ nUM purskfr Byt kIqf . zf[ iZwloˆ nUM KyqI ivigafn ivwc vzmuwlf XOgdfn lok sBf coxfˆ dI itkt leI kfˆgrs pfrtI dy cMzIgVH qoˆ do dfavydfr Èwukrvfr nUM iPr pfAux bdly ieh snmfn idwqf igaf hY .AunHfˆ mwkI dIafˆ Auwqm iksmfˆ ivksq krn afhmo sfhmxy ho gey . nvjoq kOr iswDU ny cMzIgVH kfˆgrs Bvn ivwc kOmfˆqrI aOrq ivwc iËkrXog BUimkf inBfeI.dyÈ dy srbAuwc snmfnfˆ ivwcoˆ iewk hfsl krn qy ZINzsf idvs mOky smfgm krnf sI pr iemfrq nUM ijMdry mrvf idwqy gey . lok sBf coxfˆ qoˆ ny KuÈI df pRgtfvf kIqf . AunHfˆ ikhf ik srkfr ny AunHfˆ dy kMm nUM dyKidafˆ hoieafˆ ieh pihlfˆ kfˆgrs df afpsI klyÈ iPr jnqk ho igaf.cMzIgVH sIt qoˆ lok sBf coxfˆ dI aYvfrz idwqf hY qy AunHfˆ nUM byhwd KuÈI hY. dfavydfr nvjoq kOr iswDU df smfgm kfˆgrs Bvn ivwc nhIˆ hox idwqf igaf. ies `qy

pMjfb `c vI hoeygI sybfˆ dI KyqI, huiÈafrpur dy iksfn ny kIqI pihl

nvjoq kOr iswDU dy smrQkfˆ ny pvn kumfr bfˆsl qy ielËfm lfieaf hY ik jfxbuwJ ky kfˆgrs Bvn nUM qflf lfieaf igaf hY .

lok sBf coxfˆ qoˆ pihlfˆ suKbIr bfdl dIafˆ izwgIafˆ

sybfˆ dI gwl kIqI jfey qfˆ pihlfˆ jMmU kÈmIr qy ihmfcl pRdyÈ df nfˆ hI afAuˆdf hY pr iqMn ivktfˆ hux jld hI pMjfb df syb mMzIafˆ ivwc ivkdf nËr afeygf . drasl huiÈafrpur dy iksfn virMdr isMG bfjvf ipCly ö-÷ sfl qoˆ huiÈafrpur dy nIm phfVI ielfky ivwc akflI dl leI Gor sMkt KVHf ho igaf hY . ies df kfrn akflI dl dy do sMsd syb dI Psl lfAux leI Xqn kr rhy hn.hux AunHfˆ dI imhnq rfs afeI hY . jld mYˆbrfˆ qy iewk rfj sBf mYˆbr vwloˆ pfrtI nUM alivdf kihxf hY .ies vyly iProËpur qo Èyr isMG Gubfieaf,KzUr sfihb qoˆ rxjIq isMG bRhmpurf bfgI ho cuwky hn.sMgrUr qoˆ hI AunHfˆ vwloˆ Augvfieaf syb pMjfb dIafˆ mMzIafˆ ivwc ivkygf. sBf mYˆbr suKdyv isMG ZIˆzsf vI mYdfn Cwz gey hn. ienHfˆ iqMnfˆ lIzrfˆ df afpxy tksflIafˆ leI sIt dI kurbfnI dyx leI awgy afeI rfj hlikafˆ ivwc vwzf afDfr hY . ies leI mMinafN jf irhf hY ik akflI dl ienHfˆ hlikaf ivwc ivroDIafˆ nUM twkr nhIˆ dy skygf. ies qoˆ ielfvf byadbI qy golLI kfˆz ivwc akflI `afp` lIzrfˆ df nfˆ afAux krky pfrtI pRqI iswKfˆ ivwc guwsf hY . afAuˆdIafˆ lok sBfˆ coxfˆ dy aYlfn mgroˆ sLRomxI akflI dl (tksflI) nfl gTjoV isry Üok sBf coxfˆ df aYlfn,AultI igxqI ÈurU cfVHn leI afm afdmI pfrtI vI awgy vD geI hY.afnMdpur sfihb sIt df ryVkf Kqm krn leI afp ny tksflIafˆ nUM biTMzf sIt dI pyÈkÈ kIqI hY , qfˆ jo Auh afpxf BfrqI cox kimÈn ny coxfˆ df aYlfn kr idwqf hY . ññ apRYl qoˆ ÷ pVfvfˆ ivc votfˆ AumIdvfr afnMdpur sfihb qoˆ Auqfr skx.hflfˆik ,tksflIafˆ ny sfbkf kfˆgrsI lIzr pYxgIafˆ.nqIjy òó meI nUM inklxgy. cox jLfbqf lfgU ho igaf hY .pMjfb ivc votfˆ bIr divMdr isMG nUM afnMdpur sfihb qoˆ afpxf AumIdvfr aYlfinaf hoieaf hY qy sIt nUM ñù meI nUM pYxgIafˆ.pMjfb dIafN ñó sItfˆ leI AumIdvfrfˆ aqy pfrtIafˆ ny kmrkwsy gTjoV qoˆ vwD mhwqqf vI idwqI hY .`afp` dy nirMdr isMG Èyrigwl vI kfPI smyˆ qoˆ iewQy kr ley hn.pMjfb ivc kul ò kroV ó lwK ÷ô hËfr votr hn. nfmËdgI leI pMjfb srgrm hn.ipCly vfr afp dy ihMmq isMG Èyrigwl iewQoˆ AumIdvfr sn , jo akflI ivc afKrI qfrIk òù apRYl hY. cox kimÈn ny srkfrI prcfr,mwuK mMqrI qy mMqrIafˆ dl dy pRym isMG cMdUmfjrf qoˆ kuJ hI Prk nfl hfry sn . dIafˆ qsvIrfˆ vfly horizMg Auqfrn dy hukm jfrI kr idwqy hn . PAGE 34


The Patrika

ThePatrika

Friday, March 15th, 2019

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“BRIDGING COMMUNITIES”

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

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

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myK- purfxy msly hwl hoxgy, ishq TIk rhygI, Dn lfB, jfiedfd TIk, Brf df suK qy imwqr nfl JgVf ho skdf hY, kfrobfr TIk rhygf. mfrc 17,18,25,26 apRYl 4,5,13 asLwuB

Find time to reflect on where you want to head in the long term. You could have toyed with certain ideas 9 months ago but will now be in a better position to see what is possible and work towards that over the next 18 months. Only take on obligations that will not interfere with your finances or earning capacity.

The main thing is to focus on yourself, where you stand in life so you can establish some well-structured goals to pursue now that you are out of the holding back cycle that has been in effect since 2010. Reviewing your priorities can come into this and may very well include challenging the desires of others that have other expectations.

  ibRK- kRoD qy kfbU rwKo, hfnI df Kqrf hY, Dn lfB, injI lokF df sihXog, Xfqrf ivwc ksLt, sLuB kMm hovy mfsFq sLuB. mfrc 19,20,27,28,29,apRYl 6,7,8 asLuwB.

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imQun- Dn lfB hoky vI hfnI df zr, sLqrU kmjLor, iesqrI qy sMqfn qoN suK, jfiedfd df lfB, Brf qoN mdd imlygI. mfrc 20,21,26,27,apRYl 9,10,11 asLwuB.

krk- pyt qy nyqr rog, sMqfn suK, iesqrI ksLt, Dn lfB hoky vI hfnI df zr, mhIny dy aMq ivwc suwK imly. mfrc 15,16,19,20 apRYl 4,5,7,8 asLuwB.

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isMG- Dn lfB, jfiedfd qy svfrI df suK, hfnI df zr, injI jn sihXog, mhIny dy aMq ivwc suwK imly. mfrc 18,19,26,27,apRYl 9,10,11 asLuwB.

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kMinaf- afpixaF qoN lfB qy sihXog, iesqrI ksLt, sMqfn suK, jfiedfd ivc vfDf, kfrobfr qy kMm df sQfn bdlx df ivcfr bxygf, lfB hovy. mfrc 17,19,20,21,apRYl 2,3,4,7,8 asLwuB.

7 

quwlf- purfxI jfiedfd df mslf hwl hovy, imwqr ipafiraF dI mdd, sMqfn qy pqnI suwK, jfiedfd df lfB, nvIN Xojnf hovy. mfrc 17, 18,26,27,28 apRYl 2,3,5,6 asLuwB hovygI.

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ibRsLick- ishq TIk, afmdn qoN Krcf vwD, kfrobfr mwDm rhy, imwqr bMDU ksLt, krjLf isr cVHy. mfrc 14,20,30,31 apRYl 10,11,12 asLuwB.

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DnU- acfnk ksLt, zr, Xfqrf ivwc sfvDfn rho, mhIny dy aMq ivwc sLuwB lfB, sLnI-rfhU df dfn krnf sLuB rhygf, kfrobfr ivc lfB rhygf. mfrc 17,18,25,26 apRYl 4,5,13 asLuwB.

10 

mkr-rog zr, afmdn hoky vI hfnI df zr, aiDk Krcf, krjyL dI nObq af skdI hY. imwqr ksLt, sMqfn suK, iesqrI ksLt rhy, mhIny dy aMq ivwc KusLI imly. mfrc 19,20,27,28,29 apRYl 6,7,8 asLwB.

11  kuMB- sLqrU kmjLor, suK lfB, Dn lfB,imqrF qoN mdd, GrylU JMjtF qoN bco, jfiedfd qy kfrobfr TIk rhy. mfrc 14,21,22,30,31 apRYl 9,10 asLuwB.

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mIn- ishq TIk, ivarQ dy JgVy ivwc nf AulJo, Brf qoN lfB, sMqfn qoN icMqf, iesqrI suK imlygf, jfiedfd df lfB hovy. mfrc 15,16,23,24, apRYl 1,2,3,11,12 asLuwB.

You are in a good position to see how you can be affected by the expectations of others, especially when it comes to the obligations you either have or could entail. You should not take a casual approach to anything you don’t want to proceed or continue on with. Put some time aside to consider the actions you can take.

You need to be careful that you are not adding more than is necessary to daily routines either with work or personal, otherwise you can easily become a slave to the expectations of everybody else. You have the opportunity to make your goals clear so that others know what to expect. Be realistic about what you can manage.

If you are prepared to be disciplined you can get a lot of things out of the way that have been left for a while. This can include cleaning out anything that has served its purpose or you don’t need any more. You might need to pull back on social activity that could be interfering with priorities connected to other people’s needs.

Something can increase as a result of your involvement with others. If you enjoy the process and you can see some future benefit that is a good thing. Even so, you need to be mindful of the responsibilities or obligations that will come with it. Don’t take promises for granted. Look carefully at what you will be able to manage.

You are in a good position to help somebody else solve a problem. Once you start looking into any information you could find there is a lot more detail than initially seemed to be the case. Your vision of future prospects can be quite clear and unlimited. Don’t stray away from the process of getting a solid foundation in place.

Changes with the position of somebody else could make you feel at their mercy. The best thing is to communicate because there is the opportunity to gain greater clarity in your own mind. That might make you aware of other information you need to seek out. Don’t take any risks financially without gathering all the details.

Another person can start to show their position more clearly. Up until this point you may not have taken a lot of notice but now realise you should because of the effect this can have on you, which can be either good or bad. You need to take into account how this could alter the way things are presently structured in your life.

Get onto anything you have been avoiding. Once you get started you can quite enjoy the process and feel very pleased about getting it out of the way. It will leave you free to focus on other things you have wanted to focus on and perhaps better understand. This can include a subject you have previously paid attention to.

You will have a sense of knowing the best actions to take to enable you to put things in place in a solid manner. It might take a while to see final results so don’t let that bother you. Don’t waver when it comes to important priorities, especially if money is involved, as something is beginning to come out in the open more so.

The need to reassess your position in light of the obligations or responsibilities you have to handle is likely, as well as necessary, so that these don’t get out of hand. It might be essential to either discuss things or gather more information so that you can prioritise. It is by taking action that you can generate a pleasing outcome.

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ids Play Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed towards keeping kids away from the lifestyle of drugs, gangs, and violence, hosted their first ever 3V3 Basketball Tournament in Abbotsford! The response of teams and parents showed how much of an appetite there is for free programs like this. There were over 200 volunteers, participants and parents. Everything was provided by Kids Play hence keeping it free of cost for

each attendee. This is made possible due to sponsors who give back so generously to the communities they work and live in. Thus far, with over 500 volunteer members, spearheading over 80 projects and 180 events, Kids Play has impacted over 50,000 youth through their free programs since their inception in 2015. The bedrock and fundamental principle of these programs is to establish a rapport with the youth through the medium of sports. Organized sports are being used throughout the world as a dynamic mechanism to engage youth of all races, genders, and classes. Through the initiative of providing the youth with an opportunity to play in organized sports tournaments, they strive to bridge a gap between the youth and adults in a constructive manner. In doing so, providing young people with a positive identity and feelings of empowerment, whilst developing sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork and self governance skills.

the BC Lions; the Vancouver Giants, Hockey Canada; as well as a team of decorated volunteers, all working tirelessly towards one common goal: the betterment of the youth. They run an Afterschool program in Dasmesh Punjabi School from which a lot of volunteers helped our at the tournament. Additionally, all volunteers and participants at the tournament went away with scholarships/ bursaries and recognized with certificates. Kids Play volunteers have been recognized by multiple levels of government. They invite the community to see first hand the difference they are making with their free programs. They have a few events coming up where they hope to see the Abbotsford community more involved. Kids Play Foundation is committed to promoting and developing interactive and collaborative ways to action core character values to benefit the community at large.

Kids Play’s ever-growing family includes, veteran law enforcement officer and Kids Play founder and CEO, Kal Dosanjh; Ambassador, Wally Oppal; the first ever Indian basketball player to play in the NBA, Satnam “We’ve all been directly Singh; Indo-Canadian professional or indirectly effected by wrester, Jinder Mahal; the Whitecaps; the havoc wreaked by youth gang violence, and if we can play a small role in deterring even one youth from going down the path of no return, we've succeeded. However, if we can engage our youth in creating a movement and ridding our community of the youth and gang violence epidemic at its root, well, we just saved an entire generation. In the face of adversity, its time to come together and claim back our community, our youth.” Words of the youth volunteers. PAGE 36


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“Ï≈◊∆ C” Á∂ Ò¬∆ ‡≈¬∆◊ È≈Ò «Î ‹∞Û∆ ÙË≈

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Ó∞Û ⁄⁄≈ ”⁄ ‘À ¬∆Ù≈ ◊∞ÍÂ≈ Á≈ ÷»Ï√» Ò∞º’

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Ì∆Û «Úº⁄ ÈÚ√ ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∆ ‘ª : «ÁÙ≈ ͇≈È∆

* Â∞‘≈‚∆ «ÁÒ⁄√Í∆ «’√ Â∑ª Á∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª «Úº⁄ «˜¡≈Á≈ ‘À? - ÓÀ∫ «√Î ⁄≥◊∆ ’‘≈‰∆ Â∂ Әϻ «’Á≈ Ú≈Ò∆¡ª ¿∞È∑ª ‘∆ «ÎÒÓª Á∂ È≈Ò ‹∞ÛÈ≈ ⁄≈‘∞≥Á∆ ‘ª «‹È∑ª «Úº⁄ ÓÀ˘ ¡≈͉∆ ¤≈Í ¤º‚‰ Á≈ ÓΩ’≈ «ÓÒ∂Õ Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ ’‘≈‰∆ √Ì ÂØ∫ ÚºË Ó≈«¬È∂ º÷Á∆ ‘ÀÕ ÓÀ∫ «√Î ÁÙ’ª ˘ «√Î ÊØÛ∑∆ Á∂ «Á√‰ Á∂ Ò¬∆ ’ج∆ «ÎÒÓ ’Á∂ √≈¬∆È È‘∆∫ ’ª◊∆Õ * Â∞√∆∫ ¡’√ Ì∆Û Á∂ √≈‘Ó‰∂ ’≈Î∆ ÈÚ√ ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∂ ‘Ø Õ Â∞‘≈‚≈ «¬‘ √πÌ≈¡ Â∞‘≈‚∂ ’≥Ó ˘ «’≥È≈ ÍzÌ≈Ú ’Á≈ ‘À? - ÓÀ∫ ¡≈͉∆ «√ÒÚ √’∆È «¬Ó∂˜ ÂØ∫ «ÏÒ’∞Ò ¡Òº◊ «Èº‹∆ «˜≥Á◊∆ «Úº⁄ Ï∂‘ºÁ ¡≥  Óπ ÷ ∆ ¡Â∂ ÙÓ∆Ò∆ «’√Ó Á∆ ÒÛ’∆ ‘ªÕ ⁄≈‘∂ “ÎÀÙÈ Ùؘ” «Úº⁄, ’≈Î∆ Ì∆Û ¡º◊,∂ À∫Í ”Â∂ Ú≈’ ’È≈ ‘ØÚ∂ ‹ª ÒØ’ª Á∂ ’≈¿±‚ Á∂ ¡º◊∂ √∆È Ù»‡ ’È≈, ÓÀ∫ Ì∆Û «Úº⁄ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ÈÚ√ ‘Ø ‹ªÁ∆ ‘ª, Í «¬‘ √«ÊÂ∆ «Úº⁄ ¡≈¿∞‰ ”Â∂ «√Î ¡≈͉∂ ’≥Ó ”Â∂ ÎØ’√ «Á≥Á∆ ‘ª ¡Â∂ ¡≈͉≈ √Ω Î∆√Á∆ Á∂‰

- «ÎÒÓ √≈¬∆È ’È Á∂ Ï≈¡Á ÓÀ˘, Í«‘Ò∂ «ÁÈ ‹Ø ØÒ Áº«√¡≈ «◊¡≈, ÓÀ∫ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ¿∞‘∆ «ÈÌ≈ ‘∆ ‘ªÕ ÓÀ∫ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ Ï≈∂ «¬√ Ò¬∆ ¿∞ÂÙ≈‘ ‘ª «’ «¬√ «Úº⁄ Ó∂≈ ØÒ «¬º’ ¡«‹‘∆ ’Ò≈’≈ Á≈ ‘À, ‹Ø fi»Ò∂ ”Â∂ ’ÂÏ «Á÷≈¿∞∫Á∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ «’Á≈ Ò¬∆ ÓÀ∫ «‹ÓÈ≈√«‡’√ «√º÷∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬‘ Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ ’≈Î∆ ⁄π‰ΩÂ∆ Í»È ‘ÀÕ «¬√ «’Á≈ È≈Ò ÓÀ∫ ÈÚ∆∫ √«’ºÒ ˘ ÁÙ’ª √≈‘Ó‰∂ «Ò¡≈¿∞‰ Ò¬∆ Ï∂√Ï∆ È≈Ò «¬≥˜≈ ’ ‘∆ ‘ªÕ * “Ï≈◊∆ B” Á∂ Í«‘Ò∂ º’, Â∞‘≈˘, ¡≈͉∂ Ò¬∆ ’≥Ó ÂÒ≈Ù‰ «Úº⁄ ’≈Î∆ Íz∂Ù≈È∆ ¡≈ ‘∆ √∆? -¿∞√ ÍzÙ ∂ ≈È∆ ˘ ÓÀ∫ ¡º‹ Ú∆ Ó«‘√»√ ’Á∆ ‘ª ¡Â∂ ÓÀ˘ Òº◊Á≈ ‘À «’ ÓÀ∫ ¡≈͉∆¡ª Íz∂Ù≈È∆¡ª ˘ ÷πÁ ÍÀÁ≈ ’∆Â≈ ‘À, Í Ó∂∆ ÍzÙ ∂ ≈È∆ «√Î ⁄؉ Ò¬∆ Ó∂∂ Ó≈ÍÁ≥‚ ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ ‘ÀÕ ÓÀ∫ ⁄≈‘∞Á ≥ ∆ ‘ª «’ ÒØ’ª ˘ Ó∂∂ «ÈÌ≈¬∂ «’Á≈ Í√≥Á ¡≈¿∞∫Á∂ «‘‰Õ Ϻ√ «¬√∂ Ú‹∑≈ È≈Ò ÊØÛ∑∆-Ï‘∞ ’«·È≈¬∆ ¡≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ «’√ ¡≈Î Á∂ Ò¬∆ ‘ª ¡Â∂ «’√ Á∂ Ò¬∆ Ȫ‘ ’‘ª, «¬√ ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ ¡’√ Ì≥ÏÒ̱√≈ Ï«‰¡≈ «‘≥Á≈ ‘ÀÕ * Â∂Ò◊» «ÎÒÓ “√≥ÿ«ÓºÂ” «Úº⁄ Â∞√∆∫ ¡À’ÙÈ ØÒ ’È ‹≈ ‘∂ ‘Ø, ‹Á «’ «ÎÒÓª Á∂ ‹≈‰’≈ª ˘ Òº◊Á≈ ‘À «’ Â∞√∆∫ ØÓª«‡’ «ÎÒÓª «Úº⁄ ’≈Ò‹ ‹≈‰ Ú≈Ò∆ ÒÛ’∆ Á∂ «’Á≈ Ò¬∆ «˜¡≈Á≈ «Îº‡ ‘Ø? - ÓÀ∫ ¡√Ò «˜≥Á◊∆ «Úº⁄ Ï‘∞ ÏØ«≥◊ ‘ª «’¿∞∫«’ ÓÀ∫ «˜¡≈Á≈ ÒØ’ª È≈Ò ◊ºÒ È‘∆∫ ’ √’Á∆Õ «˜¡≈Á≈ Ì∆Û ÓÀ˘ ‚≈¿∞∫Á∆ ‘ÀÕ Ù≈«¬Á «¬√ ’≈È ÓÀ∫ Í≈‡∆¡ª «Úº⁄ Ú∆ È‘∆∫ ‹ªÁ∆, Í≥± «¬’ªÂ «Úº⁄ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ¡À‚ÚÀ∫⁄ ÒºÌÁ∆ «‘≥Á∆ ‘ªÕ ÓÀ˘ ‘≈¬∆ÚØÒ‡∂˜ ¡À’ÙÈ «ÎÒÓª Ï‘∞ «˜¡≈Á≈ Í√≥Á ‘ÈÕ ‹Á ’Á∂ ’ج∆ ¡À’ÙÈ «ÎÒÓ «Ò∆˜ ‘∞≥Á∆ ‘À, ÓÀ∫ ¿∞√ ˘ «’√∂ Ú∆ √» «Úº⁄ «Ó√ È‘∆∫ ’Á∆Õ «‹√ Â∑ª Á∆¡ª «ÎÒÓª Á∂÷Á∆ ¡Â∂ ¿∞Ȫ∑ ˘ Í√≥Á ’Á∆ ‘∆ ‘ª, ¿∞Ȫ∑ ˘ ’È≈ Ú∆ ’≈Î∆ Ó˜∂Á≈ ‘∞Á ≥ ≈ ‘À, «¬√ ◊ºÒ ˘ ÓÀ∫ “Ï≈◊∆ B” «Úº⁄ Ó«‘√»√ ’ ⁄πº’∆ ‘ªÕ “√≥ÿ«ÓºÂ” «Úº⁄ Ó∂≈ Á∆ ’Ø«ÙÙ ’Á∆ ‘ªÕ «’Á≈ «¬º’ ÒÛ≈’», ÔØË≈ Á≈ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ Á∂ Ò¬∆ ÓÀ∫ ÂÒÚ≈Ï≈˜∆ * «’‘≈ ‹≈ «‘≈ ‘À «’ “Ì≈” «Úº⁄ Í«‘Òª Â∞√∆∫ √ÒÓ≈È ÷≈È Á∆ ¡Â∂ ÿØÛ√Ú≈∆ «√º÷ ‘∆ ‘ªÕ Ó∂∆ ’Ø«ÙÙ ‘À «’ ÓÀ∫ ¡≈͉≈ ’≥Ó ÌÀ‰ Á≈ «’Á≈ «ÈÌ≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò∂ √∆, Í Ï≈¡Á «Úº⁄ Â∞‘≈‚≈ Í»∆ «Ó‘È ¡Â∂ ’Ø«ÙÙª Á∂ È≈Ò ’ª ¡Â∂ Ô’∆È «ÁÚ≈¿∞Á∆ «’Á≈ Í»∆ Â∑ª ÏÁÒ «ÁºÂ≈ «◊¡≈? ‘ª «’ «’√∂ ˘ Ó∂∂ ’≥Ó ÂØ∫ «’√∂ Â∑ª Á∆ «Ù’≈«¬Â È‘∆∫ ‘∂◊∆Õ

√≈Á◊∆ Í√≥Á «’¡≈≈

«¬È∑∆∫ «ÁÈ∆∫ «ÎÒÓ “’Ï∆ «√≥ÿ” Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ ”⁄ ∞fi∆ «’¡≈≈ ¡‚Ú≈È∆ «¬√ «Úº⁄ Ù≈«‘Á ’Í» È≈Ò Í«‘Ò∆ Ú≈ «√ÒÚ’ √’∆È ”Â∂ «Á÷≈¬∆ Á∂Ú∂◊∆Õ «ÎÒÓ “Îπ◊Ò∆” È≈Ò B@AD «Úº⁄ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º «Úº⁄ ’ÁÓ º÷‰ Ú≈Ò∆ «’¡≈≈ ˘ Í«‘Ò∆ ͤ≈‰ «ÎÒÓ “¡ÀµÓ ¡Àµ√ ËØÈ∆” Ï≈«¬˙«Í’ ÂØ∫ «ÓÒ∆ √∆, «‹√ «Úº⁄ ¿∞√ È∂ √≈’Ù∆ ËØÈ∆ Á≈ «’Á≈ «ÈÌ≈«¬¡≈ √∆Õ «¬√ ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ÚÀÏ √∆∆˜ “Ò√‡ √‡Ø∆˜” «Úº⁄ √È√È∆÷∂˜ ØÒ È≈Ò ¿∞√ È∂ ‘≥◊≈Ó≈ Ó⁄≈ «ÁºÂ≈ √∆Õ «¬√ È≈Ò «¬≥‚√‡∆ «Úº⁄ «¬√ Á∆ «‚Óª‚ Ï‘∞Â ÚºË ⁄πº’∆ ‘ÀÕ ‹ÒÁ∆ ‘∆ ¿∞‘ «ÎÒÓ “’Ï∆ «√≥ÿ” «Úº⁄ «Î ÁÙ’ª Á≈ «ÁÒ «‹ºÂ‰ Á∂ Ò¬∆ «Â¡≈ ‘ÀÕ Â∂Ò◊» Á∆ √πÍ«‘º‡ «ÎÒÓ “¡‹∞È À‚∆” Á∆ «‘≥Á∆ ∆Ó∂’ «Úº⁄ «’¡≈≈ Ò∆‚ ØÒ ’ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬º’ «¬≥‡«Ú¿± «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉∂ «’Á≈ Ï≈∂ «’¡≈≈ È∂ «’‘≈, ““ÓÀ˘ ¡≈͉≈ √≈Á≈ «’Á≈ Í√≥Á ‘ÀÕ Â∞‘≈˘ Ï‘∞ «˜¡≈Á≈ ‡⁄¡Í Ò¬∆ ÍzÙ ∂ ≈È È‘∆∫ ‘؉≈ ⁄≈‘∆Á≈ Â∂ «Î Ó∂’¡Í ‘‡≈¿∞‰ Á≈ Ú∆ ’ج∆ «√ÁÁ È‘∆∫ ‘ÀÕ ÓÀ∫ «Èº‹∆ «˜≥Á◊∆ «Úº⁄ Ú∆ ’Á∂-’Á≈¬∆∫ ‘∆ Ù∆Ù≈ Á∂÷Á∆ ‘ª ¡Â∂ ¡≈͉∆ ‡∆Ó ”Â∂ «ÚÙÚ≈√ ’Á∆ ‘ª «’ ¿∞‘ ÓÀ˘ √’∆È ”Â∂ ÍzÀ‹À∫‡∂ÏÒ ‘∆ «Á÷≈¿∞Ó◊∂ «¬√ Ò¬∆ √À‡ ”Â∂ «‘‰≈ ⁄≥◊≈ ‘ÀÕ «’¡≈≈ È∂ «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉∂ ’Ø √‡≈ Ù≈«‘Á Á∆ Â≈∆Î ’Á∂ ‘ج∂ «’‘≈, “«¬‘ È‘∆∫ ’«‘ √’Á∆ «’ ÓÀ∫ Ù≈«‘Á ˘ Á∂÷Á∂ ‘ج∂ Úº‚∆ ‘ج∆ ‘ª, «’¿∞∫«’ ¿∞‘ «¬≥È∂ Úº‚∂ È‘∆∫ ‘È, Í «ÎÒÓ Á≈ «¬º’ Í»≈ Ù«‚¿±Ò ¿∞È∑ª È≈Ò Í»≈ ’È ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ÓÀ∫ ˜» ’«‘ √’Á∆ ‘ª «’ ÓÀ∫ ¿∞È∑ª ˘ «¬√ «’Á≈ «Úº⁄ Á∂÷‰ ÂØ∫ «¬Ò≈Ú≈ ’∞fi È‘∆∫ Á∂÷ √’Á∆Õ ¿∞Ȫ∑ È≈Ò ’≥Ó ’È≈ Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ Úº‚∆ ◊ºÒ ‘À, ‹Ø ¡≈͉∂ √∆È Ò¬∆ Ï‘∞ «Ó‘È ’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ «’¡≈≈ È≈Ò «¬√ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ “√‡»‚∫À ‡ ¡≈Î «Á ¬∆¡ B” È≈Ò ‚À«Ï¿± ’ ‘∆ Â≈≈ √πÂ≈∆¡≈ Á∆ ¡À∫‡∆ ‘ج∆ √∆, Í ¿∞√ Á∆ «¬‘ «ÎÒÓ ¤º‚ Á∂‰ ”Â∂ «¬‘ «’¡≈≈ Á∆ fiØÒ∆ «Úº⁄ ‹≈ «‚º◊∆Õ

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Friday, March 15th, 2019

“BRIDGING COMMUNITIES”

lfvF vflf sUt dfs jdoN vI Audfs huMdf Auh dyvkI df lfvF “BfvyN dyvkI nUM pqf huMdf sI ik dfs df vflf sUt kwZ ky sfhmxy rwK lYNdf. jIa iesLfrf kI hY?” Br ky AusnUM dyKdf. sUt nUM ieDroN AuDroN Auh jfx buJky dfs nUM kihMdI. Poldf. itwk itwkI lf ky ivhMdf rihMdf. sUt nfl afpy gwlF krI jFdF. ijvyN Aus nUM awgoN mYN ikhf iksy dI avfjL afAux dI AumId hovy. jdoN “kI kihMdy jy”? awgoN koeI huMgfrf nf imldf iPr cuwp kr jFdf. keI- keI GMty Auh cuwp vwtI rwKdf. Auh jfx buJ ky dfs nUM iKJFdI. nF hI kuJ KFdf qy nf hI kuJ pINdf. gm nfl ibmfr pY jFdf. jdoN iksy BYx, BfeI nUM jdoN dfs klp jFdF iPr dyvkI kihMdI dfs dI ies hrkq df pqf lgdf. Auh af “iswDf ikAuN nhIN kihMdy beI myrI psMd ky AusnUM smJfAuNdy qy dvf dfrU lY ky dyNdy. vflf sUt pFeIN”? lfvF vflf sUt qy dfs dI ijMd jfn sI. ies sUt nUM qy Auh vI awKoN proKy nhIN sI hox dyNdf. keI sfl ho gey ies sUt nUM sFB ky rwiKafN. keI sfl bIq gey sn pr ieh sUt ajy vI nvF nkor sI. ijs qrF huxy iksy dukfn qoN KrIidaf hovy. ieh sUt qy kIqI islvr rMg dI kZfeI AuvyN hI cmkf mfr rhI sI. ieh sUt dfs leI bhuq kImqI sI. Ausny iesnUM gihxy vFg sFB ky rwiKaf hoieaf sI.

dwso ikhVI gwl ey? qUM cfhuMdI ey beI mYN vI qyry vFgUM srkfrI nOkrI krF. pr ieh sB kuJ myry vs dI gwl nhIN. ieh sB kuJ iksmq df lYx dyx ey. jykr ieh sB kuJ myry vws ivwc hovy mYN qy iewk pl vI nf lfvF. ieh sB kuJ pRmfqmf dy hwQ vs hY. jy myrI iksmq ivwc srkfrI Dn iliKaf hovygf qF iPr mYnUM jLrUr imlygf. qUN icMqf iks gwl dI krdI eyN? vyK qUM qnKfh lY rhIN ey. kuJ mYN kmf irhf hF. eyny pYisaF nfl asIN vDIaf gujLfrf kr skdy hF. dfs ny dyvkI nUM sfrf kuJ smJf idwqf. pr ieh sfrf kuJ dyvkI dI smJ qoN bfhr sI. nOkrI pysLf hox kfrn Aus ivwc eIgo bhuq sI. Auh smJdI sI beI mYN pVHI ilKI hF nOkrI pysLf aOrq hF bhuq smJdfr hF.

eydF ipafr dI nok Jok kfPI dyr cldI rihMdI sI. jdoN dfs dI psMd df sUt pf ky dyvkI iqafr ho jFdI, dfs KusLI nfl KIvf ho jFdf qy ipafr nfl AusnUM gly lf ky kihMdf “ikaf bfq hY, zfrilMg awj qy akfsLNo prI AuWqrI lgdI eNy.” rysLm df kZfeI vflf gulfbI sUt pf ky qy Auh kZfeI vflI cuMnI mYnUM kOx smJfAux vflf jMimafN? lY ky dyvkI jdoN iqafr ho jFdI sI iksy prI nfloN Gwt nhIN sI lgdI. Ausdf iPwkf dfs, dyvkI dI ies eIgo pfvr qoN cMgI qrF sFvlF rMg, BrvF sLrIr gulfbI sUt pf ky vfikP sI pr Aus ny bVy DIrj nfl ikhf bhuq Pwbdf sI. ipEr rysLm dy Dfgy df bixafN hoieaf sI “vyKo dyvkI sfzf pirvfr hY. ieh sUt. dfs iesnUM hmysLF lfl rMg dy dfs qy dyvkI dI afpsI pihcfx kfPI kwpVy ivwc lpyt ky rwKdf sI. sLgnF df icrfkI sI. jdoN dfs kflj pVHn jFdf sI, bwcy hn. ieh sUt sMdUk ivwc bMd rihMdf mqy iksy AudoN dyvkI koeI tRyinMg krdI huMdI sI. Auh dI njLr ies qy pY nf jfvy. dfs dI vwzI rojLfnf iewko bws ivwc jFdy sn. sPr ivwc ies qrHF iKiJaf Kipaf cMgf nhIN lwgdf. BYx ny keI vfr ies sUt dI mMg kIqI sI. AUh iewk dUjy nUM cMgI qrF jfxdy sn. iPr bwicaF qy mfVf pRBfv pYNdf hY. Ehny ikhf sI dohF df irsLqf qYa ho igaf. dohF dy pirvfr nfly dI hfso hIxI bxdI hY. nUM koeI ieqrfjL nhIN sI hoieaf. bVI KusLI “dfs ieh sUt mYnUM dy dy. nfl ieh irsLqf qYa ho igaf. tRyinMg krn jykr mYN srkfrI mulfjLm nhIN hF. mYN ieh sUt qyrI BxyNvI dy ivafh qy anMd qoN QoVHI dyr bfad dyvkI nUM nOkrI iml geI. pr mYN ivhlf bYTky vI nhIN KFdf. kfrj vyly pfvFgI” dfs ajy byrojLgfr sI. piVHaf iliKaf qy Auh bhuq sI pr nOkrI nHIN iml rhI sI. afpxI rotI mYN kmf lYNdf hF. dfs ny afpxI BYx nUM korf jvfb dy dyNdy Bwj nwT Aus ny bhuq kIqI pr sB ivarQ ikhf sI. jy bhuqI kmfeI qy nhIN hY. sI. aKIr hfr hMB ky Aus ny afpxf kfrobfr “nhIN BYx jI. KHol ilaf. Gr df rotI pfxI qy mYN clfeI jFdf hF.” mYN ieh sUt afpxy ijAuNidaF jIa iksy nUM awzy dI dukfn hox kfrn dukfn bhuq cwlI. nhIN dyxf. Aus nUM kfPI bwcq ho jFdI sI. svyr vyly Auh dyvkI nUM bws awzy qy Cwz afAuNdf sI qy dyvkI dI ieh afKrI insLfnI bcI hY, myry iPr sLfm vyly vI lY afAuNdf sI. dyvkI afp kol.” srkfrI mulfjm hox kfrn dfs df ieh ieh sUt dfs dI pqnI dyvkI dy anMd DMdf psMd nhIN sI krdI. iesy krky Auh kfrj vflf sUt sI. ijs nUM ieh ijMd jfn dfs dy hr kMm ivwc nuks kwZdI rihMdI sI. qoN vI ipafrf smJdf sI. lfvF vflf ieh dfs vI AusdI ieh nukqfcInI bhuqI psMd sUt dyvkI ny afpxy hwQIN KrIidaf sI. nhIN sI krdf. keI vfrF qy Auh inwkI motI coKI kImq sI ies sUt dI Aus smyN. dyvkI gwl qy hI KihbVn lwg pYdI sI. dyvkI df iewk srkfrI mulfjm sI qF hI Aus ny ieMnF aMdroN mn sI ik dfs vI AusdI qrF srkfrI mihMgf sUt KrIidaf sI. bVy cfvF nfl Aus nOkrI kry. dfs ny iewk vfrI dyvkI nUM kol ny drjLI koloN svfieaf sI. dyvkI jdoN ies ibTf ky ikhf sI sUt nUM pfAuNdI sI prI vFg lgdI sI. dfs “dyvkI” df ipafr AudoN TwilHaf nhIN sI jFdf jdoN koeI vI sLfdI jF iqwQ iqAuhfr huMdf, dfs “hF” jdoN dyvkI nUM ieh sUt pf ky iqafr hox “dwso” leI isPfrsL krdf. mYN qyry nfl koeI gwl sFJI krnI cfhuMdf hF. PAGE 40

nUM ikhf “ ik Auh bfhrly dys jfxf cfhuMdI hY. dfs, dyvkI dI gwl suxky dMg rih igaf. Aus ny dfs nUM dwisaf ky bfhrly dysL ivwc Ausdy izpfrtmYNt izplomf dI bhuq loV hY. mYN bwicaF nUM vI nfl lY ky jfvFgI. bwcy cMgy QF jf ky pVHfeI kr jfxgy. AuhnF nUM vI nOkrI leI bhuqI pROblm nhIN afvygI.” qusIN vI inwq aKbfrF rsfilaF ivwc pVHdy rihMdy ho ik knyzf amrIkf ivwc izplomf holzrF dI ikMnI mMg hY. dfs nUM qy Ausny iesLfrf hI kIqf pr ivwcoN Auh pUrI qrF iqafr sI. afpxy Brf nUM nfl lY ky Aus ny pfs buwk iqafr kr leI sI qy vIjLF vI lvf ilaf sI.

dyvkI dy Brf ny vI dfs nUM dws idwqf sI beI dyvkI bfhrly dys jf rhI hY. kI qYnUM koeI ieqrfjL qy nhIN? Aus nUM jfx qoN rokI nf. iehdy ivwc lfB eI ey hfnI koeI nhIN. nfl Aus ny smJf idwqf ky koeI gwl nhIN bwicaF df BivwK suDr jfvygf. smF pYx qy Auh qYnUM vI bulf lvygI. dfs leI ieh gMBIr smwisaf qy iemiqhfn dI sB qoN aOKI GVI sI. subfh Auzfn sI. dfs nUM smJ nhIN sI af rhI ik Auh kI kry. Bry mn nfl Auh sfry kMm kr irhf sI. nf cfhuMidaF hoieaF vI Auh dyvkI qy bwicaF nUM idwlI cVHfAux leI igaf. Auhdf ichrf Auqiraf hoieaf qy Audfs sI. qurn lwigaF dyvkI qy bwcy bhuq KusL sn pr dfs bhuq Audfs sI. jFdI vfrI AuhnF ny dfs nUM alivdf khI. Bry mn nfl dfs sLfm nUM iewklf Gr prq afieaf. Gr dI iekwlqf AusnUM pRysLfn kr rhI sI. Auh soc irhf sI ik bwcy hux kdoN vfips afAuxgy? pqf nhIN vfips afAuNdy vI ik nhIN. pUry mhIny mgroN dyvkI df KLq afieaf. Ausny dwisaf ky asIN TIk amrIkf phuMc gey hF. myrI jOb vI lwg geI hY qy mYN bwicaF nUM vI cMgy skUl ivwc dfKl krvf idwqf hY. dfs iemfndfr qy sfAU suBfa df bMdf sI. hr gwl ihrdy ivwc ibTf lYNdf sI. sLFq Kq nUM dfs ny keI vfrI piVHaf. Auhdf koeI suBfa hox kfrn Auh gwl bVy DIrj nfl kMm krn nUM icwq nhIN sI kr irhf. Auh krdf sI. AusdI afdq sI. beI keI vfr soc irhf sI ik ieh ikho ijhI sjLf iml Auh ijLafdqI huMdI dyK ky vI brdfsLq geI mYnUM. iewkilaF phfV ijwzI ijLMdgI kr lYNdf sI. AusdI ieh iemfndfrI df hI ikvyN ibqfvFgF. Auh hr vkq ibVkF lYNdf iswtf sI ik dyvkI hr vfr AusdI Bfvnf rihMdf sI. nUM kucl dyNdI sI. jy dfs Aus nUM mfVf motf jdoN vI koeI gyt KVkdf, iJVk dyNdf sI qF dyvkI nrfjL ho ky pyky clI jFdI sI qy keI keI mhIny muVdI nhIN dfs Jwt jf ky gyt awgy Klo jFdF. sI. dfs iewklf Gr idn kwtI krI jFdf sI. Gr dI gwl bfhr jFdI dyK ky Auh kdy vI ikqy Auhdf afpxf gyt qF nhIN sI KVk irhf. iksy sfhmxy nhI sI AuBfsrdf. Auh sgoN dyvkI nUM hr qrF ko-apryt kr lYNdf sI. sLfied. dyvkI df suBfa bVf awKV iksm df sI. “nv” afieaf hovy. dfs nUM smJ nhIN sI afAuNdI ik Auh ies qrF ikAuN krdI hY? afpy hI mn nfl aMdr bYTf Auh pYrF dIaF ibVkF lYNdf rihMdf. smJfAuqf kr lYNdf sI. hflfq bd qoN bdqr ho gey sn. iewk idn dyvkI ny dfs


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glI ivwcoN jdoN vI bwcf lMGdf, Auh afht ijLMdgI qoN Qwk hfr cuwkf dfs iewk mrjIvVf sI. ijhVf sfhF krky isrP ijAu irhf sI. pihcfxdf. Auhdy ijAux df cfrm sfrf Kqm ho cuwkf AusnUM “nv” vrgf BulyKf pYNdf. sI. Gr dIaF kMDf AuhnUM zrf rhIaF sn. gyt ivwc Klo ky ieDr EDr ivhMdf rihMdf. afpxy prfey nfl Auh iksy nfl vI koeI sLfied Aus nUM afpxy byty vrgI koeI sLkl sMbD nhIN sI rwKdf nf Auh ikqy jFdf sI nF hI afAuNdf sI. bws iekwlf hI Gr dI cfr ids pvy. Auh hr bwcy ivwcoN byty df muhFdrf idvfrI aMdr iGiraf rihMdf sI. inhfrdf. Auh qy afpxf ichrf vI iksy nUM idKfAuxf pihlF pihl qy dyvkI dy Kq jldI af jFdy psMd nhIN sI krdf. pqf nhIN Auh ikhVy sn. ijvyN ijvyN smF bIqdf igaf, dyvkI dy vyly dukfn qy clf jFdf sI? Kfx, pfAux Kq vI afAuxy Gwt gey qy iPr vkq aijhf dI vI koeI bhuqI prvfh nhIN sI krdf. afieaf ky dyvkI dy Auwkf eI Kq afAuxy afpxy aMgF sfkF dy Gr vI bhuq Gwt jFdf bMd ho gey. hux qF keI sfl bIq gey sn sI. irsLqydfr vI Aysdy ies ivhfr qoN dMg AusnUM GroN gey. Auh vfips nhIN sn prqy. sn. bhuqI lMbI ijLMdgI ijAuxf Auhdy leI

koeI bhuqy mfieny nhIN sI rwKdI. Auh qy bws vkq lMGf irhf sI. Auhdy sfhmxy hmysLF Aus dy bwcy afAuNdy jFdy rihMdy sn. Auh socdf sI ik dyvkI nUM GroN igaF bhuq sfl ho gey ny. hux bwcy jvfn ho gey hoxgy. “nv” nUM qF dfhVI af geI hoxI aY. Auhdy aMdr keI qrF dy svfl AuwTdy rihMdy sn. Auh ajy vI afs lfeI bYTf sI ik dyvkI vfps jLrUr afeygI. iesy AuzIk ivwc AuhdI afpxI jvfnI Zl geI sI. Auh afpxI Aumr qoN vwD isafxf lwgx lwg igaf sI. Auh kdI afpxI iksmq nUM kosdf kdI afpxI jnm dyx vflI mF nUM.

jdoN qoN asIN afpxI Aumr dy qrHytvyN vrHy ivc pRvyÈ kIqf hY, AudoN qoN hI sfzy srIr dI koeI nf koeI c¨lL iZWlI hoeI rihµdI hY» kdy aWKF aWgy Bµb¨qfry ijhy nWcxy Èur¨ ho jFdy hn aqy kdy kµnF dI ‘kµnF bftI kurr’ ho jFdI hY» kdy bI[pI[ AuqFh aqy kdy TFh ho jFdf hY» kdy X¨rIaf vD jFdf hY aqy kdy Ȩgr vD jFdI hY» ipCly mhIny qoN nvF hI XWB pY igaf» sfzI sWjI lWq ny sfzy afKy lWgxf hI bµd kr idWqf hY» hux asIN ZIck mfr ky hI qurdy hF» asIN iehdy ielfj leI bhuq pfpV vyly, pr Borf vI Ìrk nhIN ipaf» cµgy qoN cµgy zfktrF kolL gey» kih idµdy hn: jI QozI iksy nfVI ivWcoN ɨn dI splfeI bµd hoeI lWgdI aY» qusIN afrfm kro, p¨rf afrfm» nflL vWzI sfrI prcI AuWpr Zyr sfrIaF golLIaF ilK idµdy hn» asIN hux ieh mxF-m¨µhIN golLIaF Kf-Kf ky aWk cuWky hF» mhIny Br dy p¨ry afrfm qoN bfad vI sfzI lWq TIk nf hoeI qF aWj asIN idl krVf ijhf krky afpxy jotIdfrF ƒ imlx leI GroN cWl pey»

vf-viVµg… ieh sfrf kuJ cµgI qrHF kuWt leIN qy Pyr afQxy iehdf kfVHf bxf ky pI lvIN» jdoN qVky AuWTyNgf qF q¨µ GoVy vrgf hovyNgf» qyrI afh lWq aYn irÈt-puÈt ho j¨…»’’ BuWcr tyZI aWK nflL sfzf ichrf pVHdf hY»

‘‘E suxf bfeI ishF, ikWQy irhf eynf icr? qyry ibnF qF afpxy sfry jotIdfr hI Edry pey sI»’’ jdoN asIN jugƒ jfVHGuWt dI dukfn ’qy phuµcy qF AuWQy bYTf iBµzI kf BuWcr sfƒ AuWz ky imilLaf»

‘‘BuWcr BfeI, qyrI pqnI keI sflF qoN gTIaf vfa nflL mµjy ’qy peI aY» jy qyry nusKy eyny hI ÈrqIaf hn qF q¨µ Aus ivcfrI ƒ TIk ikAuN nhIN kr lYNdf?’’ asIN ienHF AUl-jl¨l nusiKaF dI P¨k kWZidaF ikhf»

‘‘jfxf ikWQy sI! myrI sWjI lWq ivc koeI nuks pY igaf lWgdY, jIhdy krky mYN mhInf Br Gry hI bYTf irhf»’’ asIN sµKyp jvfb idWqf.

‘‘Brf myry, mYN qF qYƒ afpxI kImqI slfh idWqI aY» jy mµn leyNgf qyrI mrËI qy jy nf vI mµnyNgf qF vI qyrI mrËI» nflLy mYN ikhVf qYQoN zflr mµgI jfnYN» ieh qF iblkul muÌqo-muÌqI df sOdf aY…»’’

‘‘Bilafmfxsf, duKdI qF myrI lWq aY qy dyeI q¨µ mYƒ kfVHf jfnYN» ieh kI quk hoeI BlLf?’’ sfƒ BuWcr dI vYdgI ’qy ȵkf hoieaf» ‘‘cµgf, Pyr kfVHy ƒ golLI mfr» q¨µ afh nvF nusKf ilK» aYn solLF afny Krf» iqµn qolLy kV¨, pµj qolLy kflLI ËIrI, do qolLy kflLI imrc, do qolLy suhfgf, CtFk pWkf pfiksqfnI l¨x… ieh sfrf mfl-mWqf k¨µzy ivc pf ky cµgI qrHF rgV leIN» jdoN ienHF df aYn surmf bx igaf qF Pyr iehdIaF inWgr ijhIaF qIh puVIaF bxf leIN» hr roË inrxy kfljy iek puVI mhInf Br leIN» qyrI lWq aYn tWlI ho j¨…»’’ BuWcr ny iek hor nusKf sfzy aWgy pros idWqf sI»

asIN jugƒ jfVHGuWt dI dukfn qoN ZIck mfrdy agFh ƒ qur pey sF» ‘‘Brf jI, hux qF eId df cµd hI bxy rihµdy E, kdy drÈn hI nhIN hoey» aWgy qF vfhvf lµGdy-tpdy imlL pYNdy sI»’’ iȵdy ÈONkI ny sfƒ gAUmfrF dy moV ’qy jFidaF ƒ rok ilaf sI»

kuJ nhIN sI bicaf. bs dyvkI df ieh lfvF vflf sUt sI. ijs nfl AusdI jvfnI dy keI Kfb juVy sn. ies sUt nUM Aus ny bhuq sFB ky rwiKaf hoieaf sI. AuhdI mfnisk klpnf sI ik dyvkI jdoN vI vfips afvygI mYN khFgf. “dyvkI” aY dyK mYN qyrf lfvF vflf sUt iks qrF sMBfl ky rwiKaf hoieaf hY.

ieh sUt afpF afpxI DI nUM idaFgy. ivCoVy df ieh drd AuhnUM bhuq bihbl krdf sI. ijLMdgI ijAux vfsqy Auhdy kol Auh vI ieh sUt pf ky qyry vFg prI lwgygI.

ivaµg: muÌq dy slfhkfr

‘‘E vfh beI! qyrI eys iek lWq df kI sI» mYN qF afpxy ÈrqIaf nusiKaF nflL ieho ijhIaF hËfrF lWqF TIk krqIaF» q¨µ mYƒ iek sunyhf qF Byjdf» qyrI qF kI, qyry iksy guaFZI dI lWq vI nhIN sI duK skdI» jo dyrI hoxI sI hogI» hux q¨µ afh kfVHf ilK do qolyL munWkf, do qolLy KqmIN, pµj qolLy KbËI, CtFk muÈk-k̨r, do qolLy soey, iqµn qolLy

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‘‘ÈONkI sfbH, afh lWq ny bxf ’qf mYƒ eId df cµd» mhInf ho igaf suµn hoeI ƒ» qy ijhVI cIs pYNdI aY, AuhdI bfq hI nf puWC…»’’ asIN sotI df afsrf lYNidaF afpxI ipWT isWDI kIqI» ‘‘q¨µ qF jvHF hI AuWikaf iPrdf bfeI ishFafpxy qF Gr ivc hI gµgf vgdI aY» Auh hY nf vWZKfixaF df mfstr… E kI nF hY Auhdf… hF, Xfd afieaf mfstr munfPf mWl» q¨µ Auhdy kolL jfh» Auh hQOlLf pfAuNdY hr ÈnIvfr qy aYqvfr» bWs, iqµn ku hÌqy Auhdy qoN hQOlLy puaf lvIN» qyrI lWq i˵dgI Br nhIN duKygI»’’ iȵdy ÈONkI ny afpxI kImqI slfh sfƒ qurµq dy idWqI sI» ‘‘ÈONkI sfbH, kdy hQOilLaF nflL vI duKdIaF lWqF TIk ho e IaF ny » Brf my r y , ieh ivigafn df XuWg aY, ivigafn df» hQOlLy, t¨xy, tyvy, Dfgy, qvIq ieh sB bIq cuWky smyN dIaF bfqF hn»’’ asIN iȵdy ÈONkI dy suJfa ƒ m¨lLoN hI rWd kr idWqf sI» asIN hux gAUmfrF dy moV qoN ZIck mfrdy sWQ vWl cWl pey sF» ‘‘aWj qF sfzf bfeI hIr dy cfcy dI qor qur irhY, suWK qF hY?’’ srpµcF ky GIly ny sfzI qor d¨r qoN hI pCfx leI sI»

‘‘bfeI jI, Auhdy kolL qF rINGx vfa df ielfj krvfAux vfsqy d¨roN-d¨roN mrIË afAuNdy aY» Auh koeI dvfeI b¨tI nhIN idµdf» sfrI krfmfq Auhdy nfgvl aqy hJoky dI hI aY» ipCly idnIN afpxy cONkI vflLy Qfxydfr df gozf duKxoN nf hty» lE jI, Auh puWCdf-pCfAuNdf rfm¨ mflI kolL af phuµicaf» rfm¨ ny kolL ipaf rWsf cuWk Auhdy nflL Qfxydfr dy duKdy gozy ƒ nfgvl pf ilaf» Pyr Xkdm Aus ny jæor nflL aijhf hJokf mfiraf ik Qfxydfr dIaF cµiGafVF kZf idWqIaF» kihµdy aY Aus qoN bfad Qfxydfr df gozf kdy nhIN duiKaf» prsoN iesy rfm¨ ny rulLIey rOlLI dI KWcr df c¨kxf vI TIk kIqf aY» rfm¨ mflI dy hWQ qF bfeI jI bfhlf hI jWs aY» q¨µ vI huxy jf Auhdy kolL» isWDf ÈmÈfnGft clf jfh» qYƒ Auh AuWQy qurdf-iPrdf imlL jfvygf…»’’

‘‘Xfr GIilaf, kfhdI hIr dy cfcy vflLI qor qurnI sI mYN» ieh sfry ipWtxy qF eys ‘‘nf Brf, ajy myrf ÈmÈfnGft jfx df koeI lWq ny pfey aY» duKxoN hI nhIN htdI»’’ pRogrfm nhIN» asIN ksIs ijhI vWt ky sWQ asIN sWQ ivc pey KuµZ ’qy ikvyN nf ikvyN ivWcoN AuWTy aqy Gr vWl ƒ cWl pey» ibrfjmfn ho gey sF» ‘‘vyKIN mnF, ikqy ienHF muÌq dIaF slfhF ‘‘ieh qF bfeI jI Qoƒ rINGn vfa hoeI dyx vfilLaF ipWCy lWg ky iksy nIm-hkIm lWgdI aY» qusIN aYN kro, huxy hI rfm¨ mflI dy aiVWky cVH jfvyN» qYƒ kuJ nhIN hoieaf» kolL jfE» Auh kr¨ QozI lWq df imµto-imµµtI nflLy duWK-suWK qF srIr dy nflL hI rihµdy ielfj»’’ hn» jy aWj duWK hY qF kWlH ƒ suWK vI Ër¨r ‘‘nf, Auh ikvyN kr dyAU beI myrI lWq df afvygf»’’ asIN Gr ƒ jFdy hoey afpxy afp ielfj?’’ asIN hux qwk muÌq dIaF slfhF nflL gWlF krdy jf rhy sF» hux sfzI cflL ivc pihlF nflLoN vWD rvfnI sI» sux-sux ky aWk gey sF» PAGE 41


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MP Jati Sidhu Welcomes Support for B.C. Farmers Facing Farm Income Challenges

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ederal and provincial governments trigger late participation mechanism under 2018 AgriStability program 2018 was an extremely challenging year for many British Columbia agriculture producers, many of whom faced significant financial pressures as a result of high production and market losses. However, the governments of both Canada and British Columbia are striving to ensure producers make full use of support available through existing programs.

Today, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau and British Columbia’s Minister of Agriculture Lana Popham announced they have triggered the late participation mechanism under the AgriStability program for the 2018 program year to help farmers access needed support to deal with income losses. This new feature, introduced under the

Canadian Agricultural Partnership, means hundreds of additional farmers and ranchers from B.C. will be eligible to join and benefit from the program. This feature can be triggered by governments in situations where there is a significant income decline in the farm sector and a gap in program participation. This is in addition to assistance previously announced by governments in October 2018 under the AgriRecovery disaster framework that provided up to $5 million to help the province’s agriculture sector recover from the agricultural losses caused by the 2018 wildfires. These fires consumed 1,300,000 hectares of land, surpassing the record damage caused in 2017. “B.C.’s agriculture sector contributes $3.2 billion to Canada’s economy, with more than $2.6 billion in agrifood exports to 147 markets,” MP

Sidhu said. “The governments of Canada and British Columbia have proven their commitment to the continued growth and success of this sector by ensuring producers have the tools they need to manage significant risks that threaten the viability of their farms.” Sidhu, a former farmer, believes that this announcement will be a great benefit to many throughout B.C., including those producers affected in the Fraser Valley.

“I’m proud to work with a Government that recognizes many B.C. farmers and ranchers are facing real hardship caused by extreme weather and poor market prices,” Sidhu said. “I’m confident the AgriStability late participation feature will help more farmers access the support they need. I encourage all eligible farmers in Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon to take full advantage of these Business Risk Management programs, including AgriInvest and AgriInsurance.” PAGE 45


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NEW LISTING!!

NEW LISTING!!

Abbotsford near gurdwara on 30658 steelhead crt. 4 bedroom den(5th) bedroom legal suite clean cul-de-sac!!

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

34041 Wavell Lane, Abbotsford

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!!

Unit 40 - 31255 Upper Maclure Road

OPEN HOUSE SUN, OCT 28, 2 - 4PM

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.

34061 WAVELL LANE

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

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

#30 - 31098 Westridge Pl 2 Bedroom Townhouse

Sold 8 plus acres on hope rd in Abbotsford with 6500sqft home

New listing hitting the market this week. West Abby 3420 Headwater pl!!8 bedroom 9 bath, spice kitchen, radiant heat, high ceilings, A/C and generator ready. 2 suites, recroom/ theatre room/bar walking distance to schools!!

3 Lot LEFT Subdivision

LOT POTENTIAL FOR SALE

In Maple Ridge Green Belt Call for more detail

214500 Morris Valley Rd Off hwy 7 East Mission

5 Acres

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

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

LISTING

NEW LISTING OPEN HOUSE Friday 15th March: 4pm - 7pm Saturday 16th March: 3pm - 6pm Sunday 17th March: 3pm - 6pm This is the cheapest DETACHED property in Abbotsford

$470,000

1885 Shore Crescent, Abbotsford, BC V2S 5H1 Bedrooms: 2 , Bathrooms: 2 Square Feet: 1,326, Lot Size: .09 Year Built: 1991 Listing ID: R2341145

Amazing Location!! Located a short walk away from the new foot bridge near McCallum Road. Own a detached home with land minutes away from the UFV. Extremely well looked after 2 BEDROOM AND 2 BATH Family home in Central Abbotsford. Has a fabulous feel when you walk into the lounge and Kitchen area. Also has a second living room. Large bedrooms!! And 2 FULL Bathrooms!! Spectacular eateries literally 2 blocks away!! Especially promising for a first time home buyer or investors. This home backs on to a peaceful park which has a Baseball field, child friendly neighborhood. Fantastic open floor plan. Sit in peace and tranquility reading on you own GAZEBO. Do not pass on this opportunity of a lifetime. Absolutely no Strata, your rules are the rules!! Absolutely Fantastic!! COME AND SEE!!

Amritpal Sura 778.999.1531

asura@remax.net

Each Office Independently Owned and Operated.

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RE/MAX Little Oak Realty 9, 2630 Bourquin Crescent West Abbotsford, BC V2S 5N7

604.807.0599 Email: ksseikhon@gmail.com 2597 MINTER ST, ABBOTSFORD

karmseikhon

$1,397,000

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY MARCH 16TH / SUNDAY MARCH 17TH BETWEEN 2-4PM. Here's your chance to own a spectacular 4700+sqft home centrally located in the heart of Abbotsford! This luxury home has a total of 9 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, huge kitchen with a large centre island, wok-kitchen, formal living, dining area, large family room, high-end stainless steel appliances, fully fenced backyard, lots of parking, surveillance system, storage shed, all quality craftsmanship in this home. Also features a 2 bedroom legal suite and a 1 bedroom in-law suite, great for mortgage helper. Close to schools, shopping and recreation. This home shows extremely well! Don't miss out!

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