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MICHAEL DE JONG SAYS “MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT”

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Eugene Reimer Middle School Eugene Reimer Middle School has just recently started a new innovative school program. Reimer’s unique S.T.E.A.M program integrate the different subjects into inquiry and project based learning. Students are applying Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math into their projects. We have started with implementing STEAM into are Science and Math subjects. Students in science are starting off by applying their knowledge of electricity and gravity to build DC electric cars and gravity cars. Students go through the engineering design process, which includes: Research, Design, Building and Evaluating. Eugene Reimer Middle School has made a significant investment into a cutting edge STEAM program.

Robotics and Engineering. It has been an exciting start and a positive way to challenge our students to be critical thinkers.

This program has been geared towards challenging our students to use their creativity in the areas of Math and Science. We will be integrating our STEAM program into all subject areas in the following school year. If you are interested in finding more information about the program please contact the We are challenging our math students school. with different hands on challenges with

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sMpfdkI Doctors bury their mistakes, Lawyers hang them but Journalists hang them on the front page.” ajokf Xug mIzIey df hY qy myry iKafl ivc mIzIaf BfvyN Auh ielYktoink hY qy BfvyN ipMRt mIzIaf bhuq vDIaf rol inBf skdf hY qy inBf vI irhf hY. so awj iqMny isafsI pfrtIaF jo muwK muwdy cuwk rhIaF hn Auh mIzIaf hI lokF qwk phuMcf irhf hY aqy hr Gr bYTf bMdf jfxdf hY ik Auh muwdy kI hn qy dunIaF ivc kI vfpr irhf hY. 9 meI dIaF coxF leI iqMno pfrtIaF dy muwK mwuidaF ivc sLfml hY, iekonmI, ishq sbMDI syvfvF, GrF dI aPorzyibltI aqy srI vfsqy nvF hspqfl. ieh sfAUQ eysLIan aqy sQfnk BfeIcfry sB nfl sbMDq hn. 27 aprYl nUM afrIaf bYkAUNt hfl `c zIbyt hoeI, iek dUjy qy dosL vI lfey gey, iek dUjy qy iqwKy hmly kIqy gey. sB qoN vwzI gwl ieh rhI ik lokF dI sLmUlIaq vI bhuq dyKI geI. srI `c nvF hspqfl Kolx sbMDI BwKvIN bihs dy nfl nfl iek dUjy nUM nfkfibl vI Tihrfieaf igaf. pbilk ivcoN vI keI suafl AuBr ky sfhmxy afey. punIq sMDr ny vI nvyN hspqfl dI gwl kIqI. ijMnI isms ny skUlF qy aiDafpkF sbMDI mwudf cuwikaf. jgrUp brfV ny keI suaflF `c bVI iqwKI nukqfcInI kIqI. pr sB qoN jo cMgf nukqf AuBr ky sfhmxy afieaf Auh ieh sI ik lokF dI sLmUlIaq ny ieh sfbq kr idwqf ik iewQy Real democracy hY. hYrI bYNs ny ilbrl qy iqwKy hmly kIqy. ies qoN dUsry idn ikRstI klfrk ny loar mYnlYNz aqy ircmMz ivc cox pRcfr kIqf ijs ivc sUbfeI iekonmI aqy jobs bfry gwl kIqI. gwl kI hr pfrtI afpxy afpxy cox eyjMzy ivc msrUP hY. Advance voting sLurU ho cuwkI hY. Polling Booths qy bhuqI BIV vI nhIN ies krky bjLurgF, bImfrF qy Kfs krky kMm vfilaF leI bhuq hI sOK ho geI hY. hfly cfr idn hor bfkI hn. afpxy cox mnorQ leI aYNzirAU vIvfr ny klonF `c do smfgmF ivc sLfml hoey. ies dy nfl hI aYn[ zI[ pI[ ny ikhf ik Auh nvF hspqfl KolHx sbMDI afpxI Press release jLfrI krngy. ieh nvF hspqfl iek isafsI muwdf bxky AuBr cuwkf hY. ilbrl ny vI afpxf aOlIvr aqy klonf ivc cox pRcfr kIqf. Kbr afAux qwk 231,000 advance polling ho cuwkI sI. bysLk hfly undecided votes dI vI kfPI igxqI hY jo nf qF hfly advance polling df Pfiedf AuTf rhy hn qy nF hI decide kr pf rhy hn ik AunHF ny iks pfrtI nfl jfxf hY. pr jOn aOrgn ny advance polling df Pfiedf AuTfieaf aqy afpxI vot pf cuwky hn. aYn[ zI[ pI[ bfr bfr child care plan qy jLor dy rhI hY ik jy AunHF dI srkfr afAuNdI hY qF Auh 10 dollar a day vflI plan jLrUr lfgU krngy. ikRstI klfrk ny Natural Gas qy restrictions dI gwl vI kIqI hY BfvyN ivroDI Aus dy vat qy idwqy ivcfrF qy vI tIkf itwpxI kr rhy hn. jOn aorgn ny ikRstI klfrk qy iqwKI aflocnf krdy hoey ikhf hY ik jdoN bfrfk aObfmf ahudy qy sn Aus vyly ikRstI klfrk nUM AudoN sOPr vyar lMbr dI vI gwl krnI cfhIdI sI, hux Auh mOkf guaf cuwkI hY ikAuNik 20,000 lokF dIaF nOkrIaF df suafl hY. jOn vIvr df pqf nhIN lwg sikaf ik AunHF dI awgy kI action plan hY. ies dy nfl hI hrjIq isMG swjx df mfmlf sfhmxy afieaf hY. idwlI ivc idwqy Aus dy aPgfinsqfn dy mfmly qy House of Commons ivc bysLk AunHF ny muafPI mMg leI hY pr iPr vI ivroDI cuwp nhIN kr rhy qy lgfqfr Aus dy asqIPy dI mMg kr rhy hn. pihlI meI nUM 23 bMidaF dI rfeIizMg aYsosIeysLn dI mIitMg hoeI jo hrjIq isMG swjx dy iKlfP ptIsLn dfKl krn dI soc rhy hn bysLk trUzo ny rwj ky Aus dI hmfieq kIqI. KYr isafsq isafsq hY ikAuNik ies ivc hr qrHF dI kirsLmysfjLI cwl jFdI hY:“Xh BI hY dOry isafsq kI kirsLmfsfjLIaf, jurm krky sfihby-ikrdfr bnjfqy hY log.”

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We do ALL this and even More!

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golzn pYQoĂ‹ (mnI plfˆt) : Gwt rOĂˆnI ivwc plx vflf ieh bUtf hvf dI nmI nUM inXMqirq krn dy nfl pRdUĂˆx rokx ivwc bhuq mddgfr hY. hiraf Biraf rihx vflf ieh pOdf aMdr dI hvf nUM sLuwD krky Grfˆ ivwc mOjUd kUVy kcry dI tolIn qy iPĂˆtyl Prn: ieh phfVI pOdf kmry dy bYnĂ‹In gMD nUM vI ieh byasr krdf hY. qfpmfn ivwc rihMidafˆ hvf dI nmI qy Aus snyk plfˆt: ieh pOdf rfq nUM afksIjn dy ivĂˆYly qwqfˆ nUM kwZ ky hvf nUM sfP krdf Cwzdf hY. ies leI hvf dy pRdUĂˆx nUM vI hY. Grfˆ dy grfj ivwcoN afAuNdI bdbU nUM Kqm rokdf hY. bfQrUm ivwc bdbUdfr gYsfˆ dy krn leI vI ieh iewk cMgf ivklp hY. asr dy nfl Kqrnfk bYktIrIaf dy asr eyrIkf pfm : ieh Gr dy pocy dI gMD, sfbx nUM byasr krn ivwc snyk plfˆt df koeI qy iztrjYˆt ivwcoN inkldI Ă‹fielIn gMD sfnI nhIN hY.

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M.P. Sidhu congratulates riding’s first-ever practicum student on successful completion of seniors’ issues research project Mission, B.C., April 25/17— Jati Sidhu, Member of Parliament for Mission—Matsqui—Fraser Canyon, is today congratulating his constituency office’s practicum student for the successful completion of her work term. Mr. Sidhu took the innovative step to bring in a student to help with both research in the riding and to promote the idea of public service among students. Jamie Gazlay, a 3rd year student at the University of Fraser Valley’s School of Social Work, met with faculty and a representative from Mr. Sidhu’s office for her final evaluation, and was praised for both her performance and professionalism during her time in the constituency.

make a real difference, not only for “It was a successful experiment, one seniors but in housing, mental health that both we and UFV’s School of and homelessness.” Social Work were very happy with,” Mr. Sidhu, a former member of the said Mr. Sidhu. “If our office can betUFV Board of Governors, has promoted education as a key issue in his office, ter serve our constituents while giving and has not ruled out the possibility of a student the chance to learn about the accepting future social work students to assist in various issues throughout crucial work we do here, we are more Mission—Matsqui—Fraser Canyon. than happy to help.”

Ms. Gazlay’s research focused on seniors’ issues in the riding, and she met with many constituents—including in Lillooet, Ashcroft and Cache Creek— “We were delighted with Jamie’s work to hear their concerns. But her work in here, and she very much exceeded our Mission also took on a broader scope. expectations,” Mr. Sidhu said. “As a “There are a lot of community groups full-time student and a single mother, doing great work on the ground on I was consistently impressed with her many issues, including seniors’ serattitude and work ethic, and I have no vices, and in Mission many of these doubt she will excel in her future career issues overlap,” Ms. Gazlay explained. as a social worker.” “This practicum experience gave me the chance to see how these groups

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Simon Gibson MLA seeks re-election

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imon Gibson is seeking re-election as MLA for the AbbotsfordMission constituency after being elected for a first term in 2013. The riding includes the area of Abbotsford north of Highway 1 and east of Highway 11. The portion of Mission – east of Cedar Street – is also in the riding and includes the Mission Sikh Temple.

He was previously a business instructor at the University of the Fraser Valley and also was a contract instructor at the Justice Institute and Western Washington University in Bellingham. He is a graduate of the University of Victoria, Carleton University and Simon Fraser University.

“Health care, of course, is a vital service provided by our government and the demand continues to be very high. At our Abbotsford Hospital, I was pleased to be part of an announcement – with colleagues – of a $15 million expansion to our Emergency Room. I know the medical staff was very pleased as the ER volume continues to grow.

“I have been able to secure significant funding for our area,” he said. “For The area is highly agricultural with example, flooding continues to be a many horticultural, dairy and berry concern and over the past two years, “Education is always a priorfarms (the South Asian community I have announced over $24 million in ity for me: (I taught at UFV diking and drainage projects on both owns many farms in the area). and my wife was a teacher in sides of the Fraser River.” Abbotsford for her entire ca“It has been a real privilege to represent He also points out that Mission will reer.) We just completed a significant residents in the legislature,” Simon be the location of a new $15 million seismic upgrade at Yale Secondary and said.” 40 bed transitional housing facility - I secured funding for a new gym floor He previously served on Abbotsford for homeless residents – as a result of at Heritage Secondary. I was also sucCouncil and was a director on the his initiative with government and BC cessful in locating significant financial support for a new trades program at Fraser Valley Regional District Board. Housing. As MLA, he has been a member of “This facility will be similar to another Riverside College. Treasury Board, the Finance Commit- building – just opened – in Abbotsford “In addition, more child care spaces tee and was Parliamentary Secretary to which has already been well received were added in the area and all public by the community. schools Parent Advisory Committees the Minister of Education.

received funding through charitable gaming. “I know our team of Mike de Jong, Darryl Plecas and myself are pleased to represent Abbotsford and Mission residents in the legislature. “We look forward to four more years of providing low taxes, balanced budgets, and continued record investment in health and education.”

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TODAY’S BC LIBERALS TO STREAMLINE CREDENTIAL CONFIRMATION SERVICES BURNABY - Today’s BC Liberals will bring together all credential confirmation services under the Minister Responsible for Labour, Premier Christy Clark announced on Thursday. Candidates Puneet Sandhar (SurreyPanorama) and Teresa Wat (Richmond North Centre) met with stakeholders to highlight the announcement today. Today’s BC Liberals platform also commits to attracting the best and brightest to support the development of the tech and life sciences sector, and working with the federal government to increase skilled talent immigrating to British Columbia. “I came to Canada in 2002, shortly after I’d received my law degree in India, and worked for the next three years to be successfully called to the bar in British Columbia,” said Puneet Sandhar. “I have personally experienced the

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challenges of having my professional credentials acknowledged in my new home and am committed to helping other immigrants with this process.” Teresa Wat and candidate Richard Lee (Burnaby-North) visited the settlement services office of S.U.C.C.E.S.S. in Burnaby today to highlight the news. “Too often you hear stories about doctors, engineers and other professionals who have spent years learning a skill but aren’t able to utilize it in Canada,” said Teresa Wat. “By bringing together credentialing under one ministry, we’re going to streamline this process so we can help get qualified new British Columbians into their careers faster. That means we’ll have more medical professionals and technical experts doing what they do best – supporting their families and building stronger communities.”

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5 tips for a fuel-efficient road trip (NC) The warm weather is here, meaning it’s time to get ready for a road trip. With so many exciting destinations across the country, local getaways have never been more popular.

or TPMS. If you’re unsure of what your pressure should be, consult your vehicle manufacturer’s specifications for tire pressure, which can be found in the owner’s manual, gas tank flap or inside the driver’s side door.

You can save money and help protect the environment from excessive fuel Lighten your load. It may seem obviemissions on your next road trip by ous, but the heavier your car is the more following some simple tips. fuel it will consume significant on a “Following your vehicle manufac- long trip. Removing roof racks and turer’s scheduled maintenance guide keeping windows and sunroofs closed is paramount for maintaining fuel ef- will also help reduce drag. Plan ahead ficiency,” explains Darryl Croft, auto- and pack only the essentials to improve motive expert at OK Tire. “Items like fuel economy and lower emissions.

your ignition and emissions systems Tune it up. Routine maintenance can affect fuel economy.” includes oil changes, spark plug reHere are some other things to consider: placements, air filter, and more. These tweaks can go a long way towards Smooth operator. Consistently slow- saving you money at the pumps. If it’s ing down and speeding up is a major been a while since your last appointcontributor to unnecessary fuel con- ment, bring your vehicle in for a checksumption. Applying a light throttle up before you take off on that road trip. and avoiding sudden braking will help you conserve fuel and prevent exces- Bad vibrations. Feeling a vibration in sive damage to your vehicle over time. your steering wheel? This could be a Planning a route that will reduce the symptom of improperly balanced tire need for stopping and starting can re- and wheel alignment. When wheels are misaligned, your tires will drag instead ally pay off. of rolling smoothly. This can cause Under pressure. Under-inflated tires tires to wear out quickly and unevenly, can increase your fuel consumption, increasing your fuel consumption. The so check tire pressure once every week alignment should be checked by a certior two to ensure they are inflated cor- fied automotive technician at least once rectly. If the steering feels odd, you a year or more if needed. should also check your tire pressure. Some vehicles come equipped with an Find more information about automoonboard tire pressure sensing system, tive services at www.oktire.com

Eligible Brazilians, Bulgarians and Romanians will soon be able to fly to Canada with an eTA Canada is a destination of choice for visitors, businesspeople and international students. To encourage more travel and tourism, the Government of Canada is changing its entry rules to allow low-risk travellers from select visa-required countries to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to fly to or transit through a Canadian airport. Starting at 9 am EDT on May 1, 2017, citizens of Brazil, Bulgaria and Romania who have held a Canadian visa in the last 10 years or who currently hold a valid United States (U.S.) nonim-

migrant visa will be eligible to apply for an eTA, instead of a visitor visa, to travel to Canada by air. Those who do not meet these criteria or are travelling to Canada by car, bus, train, or boat will still need a visitor visa. The expansion of eTA to citizens from select visa-required countries is a natural next step following the successful rollout of eTA for citizens from visa-exempt countries. This will help promote legitimate trade and travel, while continuing to protect the safety of Canadians.

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WestJet launches Abbotsford-Winnipeg route

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CALGARY, April 30, 2017 /CNW/ WestJet today applauded the City of Abbotsford and the Abbotsford International Airport as they prepare to eliminate the airport improvement fee (AIF) on June 1, 2017. The elimination of the fee is welcome as WestJet today launched its non-stop service between Abbotsford and Winnipeg and increased frequency on the route between Abbotsford and Edmonton from 13 to 20 weekly flights.

the first airport in Canada to reduce the airport improvement fee to zero without increasing other fees is a great achievement for YXX. As we continue our work to achieve our strategic goals of a vibrant economy, we are proud to “The leadership demonstrated by Abremove barriers in order to facilitate botsford International Airport sets a growth and investment at the airport standard we hope others will follow,” and in the aerospace sector.” said Brian Znotins, WestJet Vice-President Network Planning, Alliances and As of May 1, 2017 WestJet will operate Corporate Development. “Low fees 60 weekly departures from Abbotsford. allow us to keep costs of travel com- With the launch of the Abbotsfordpetitive and provide the opportunity Winnipeg flight, WestJet becomes the to further build service in the area as largest carrier operating out of Windemonstrated today with the launch of nipeg this summer with 51 per cent of a new route and additional service. We total available seats. are proud of our relationship with AbDetails of WestJet’s service: botsford International Airport and look forward to a great summer of friends, Winnipeg – Abbotsford family and business travel between two Daily 7:25 a.m. 8:20 a.m. long-standing WestJet destinations.” April 30 – Oct 28 “The City of Abbotsford and the Abbotsford International Airport Author- Abbotsford – Winnipeg ity are committed to keeping costs Daily 1:10 p.m. 5:48 p.m. low and our care level high at the Abbotsford Airport,” said Henry Braun, April 30 – Oct 28 Mayor of Abbotsford. “Becoming

A rich and growing legacy: Premier Clark’s statement on Asian Heritage Month Premier Christy Clark, leader of To- every corner of our province – each one day’s BC Liberals, issued the following a testament to 100 years of immigration statement on Asian Heritage Month: from Asia. “Like no other place in Canada, British Columbia is an Asian province. More than one million British Columbians have ancestral or cultural ties with Asia, representing a wide range of language, ethnicities, and religious traditions.

Our ancestral and cultural connections to Asia don’t just create brighter communities – they create investment, business, and educational ties.

As B.C. increasingly leverages our position in the Pacific, our Asian heriYou can see the legacy in BC’s thriving, tage and ties will continue to shape our vibrant and diverse neighbourhoods in future.”

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NDP Promise on Surrey Hospital: Desperate, Not in Platform Surrey – For the second consecutive day, the BC NDP have made a commitment that isn’t in their platform -- underlining desperation as polls show their support sliding in the Lower Mainland. Yesterday, it was an un-costed, phantom promise related to the Cowichan Hospital. Today, it’s a promise to fund something called a “strategic analysis” on the need for a new Surrey hospital – and neither is reflected in the BC NDP platform. And just last week, John Horgan refused to commit to a new hospital in Surrey, when speaking with Harjinder Thind on Red FM. “Aside from having a wildly unaffordable and un-costed platform, now they are piling on new promises out of thin air,” said Puneet Sandhar, the BC Liberal candidate in Surrey-Panorama. “It is laughable to have the NDP standing here talking about a new hospital in Surrey when they didn’t put it in their

plan. This promise is from the same NDP that didn’t build a single hospital the last time they were in government and actually cut the number of nursing spaces in BC.” Today’s BC Liberals have made huge investments in health care in Surrey. From the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Clinic, to the recently announced expansion of the Peace Arch Hospital Emergency Department, to Surrey Memorial’s new Children’s Mental Health Unit, BC Liberals have delivered new investments in health care for Surrey residents. “Once again we see that the NDP is simply making it up as they go along,” Sandhar added. “Only Today’s BC Liberals have a real plan to provide high quality health care for Surrey residents, and we need more BC Liberal MLAs from Surrey elected on May 9th to keep building a health care system that Surrey residents can count on.”

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aYnf Auprfm nf hoieaf hovy ijMnf ik asIN ies tYks bfry sux ky hoey. sfzf roNdU ijhf mUMh vyK ky Gr vflI kihx lwgI, “mYN ikhf jI aYdF bYTy EN ijwdF BirMz liVaf hovy. kI ho igaf suwKI sFdI?” bolx lwgy qF glf Br afieaf. asIN cuwp krky aKbfr Aus nUM dy idwqf qy bfhr cly gey. asIN GuMmdy GumFdy sLihr qoN bfhr nihr vwl cly gey. suhfvxy kudrqI idRsL vI sfzI Auprfmqf nf dUr kr sky. “mrjL bVHqf igaf ijAuN-ijAuN dvf kI” vflI gwl hoeI. soicaf qF sI ik sLFqI Bry vfqfvrx ivc jf ky duwK kwty jfxgy pr duwK hor vI vD gey. jdoN vfps sLihr afey qF sfnUM afpxf Xfr gfmf hfQI vFg JUmdf njLr afieaf. Aus dy pYrF dy KVfk nfl DrqI kMb rhI sI. sfnUM dyK ky dUroN hI kihx lwgf “bfeI isaF? ikDroN bigaf afAunYN qVky qVky? af koeI cfh pfxI dI syvf krIey.” mYN afpxIaF hI socF ivc glqfn sF, bolx nUM vwZI rUh nhIN sI kr rhI so cuwp irhf. sfnUM cuwp vyK ky Auh Pyr boilaf, “nf aYN mUMh vwitaf ijwdF kuVI dwb ky afieaf hovyN. nf kI prlo afgI kuC vI nhIN boldf?” qy jdoN asIN Aus nUM motfpf tYks bfry dwisaf qF Auh iewk dm zOr BOrf ho igaf. ikMnf icr kuJ nf boilaf Pyr guwsy ivc af ky kihx lwgf “vwzy tYks lfAux afly! Klo jo idMny af tYks QonUM…krfAunyN aF KjLfny ivc pMj jmF. jfro hwd hI hoeI peI af…hwd nhIN

hoeI peI.” Auh guwsy ivc ikMnf icr hI buV buV krdf irhf. asIN Aus nUM ikMnf icr hI smJfAuNdy rhy ik PYslf ajy lfgU nhIN hoieaf, jdoN lfgU hoieaf vyKI jfvygI pr Aus ny afpxI rt lgfeI rwKI, “iewt nf iewt bjf dUMgf. DUMaF kwZ dUM mYN qF! CflF cukf dAUN mYN qF! lf ky qF dyKx tYks?” sLfied BUqiraf vihVkf sFBxf vI aYnf aOKf nhIN huMdf hovygf ijMnI musLikl nfl asIN gfmy nUM sFiBaf. asIN Aus nUM ikhf ik afpF dOVF afid lgf ky jF rotI Gwt Kf ky Bfr Gtf lvFgy. pr Auh iehI kihMdf irhf, “Cwz vI Xfrf aYmy nf jblIaF mfr.” KYr kfPI smF isrKpfeI bfad asIN Aus nUM svyry-svyry dOVn leI mnf hI ilaf. agly idn keI sflF bfad asIN afpxI kuMBkrnI nINd nUM iqafigaf. gfmy nUM GroN lY ky jdoN asIN grfAuUNz ivc phuMcy qF AuWQy iql suwtx nUM QF nhIN sI. sfzy vrgy ikMny hI ‘DrqI Dkyl’ sfho sfhI hoey grfAUNz dy cwkr lgf rhy sI. AunHF nUM dOVidaF dyK ky sfnUM iewdF lwigaf ijwdF ikMny hI kwdU irVH rhy hox. pr afpxI gogV vwl iDafn krky asIN ieho ijhy ivcfrF nUM iqafg idwqf. KYr asIN vI dOVnf sLurU kr idwqf. afjy grfAUNz df cOQfeI ku gyVf hI kwiZaf sI ik sfh burI qrHF cVH igaf. lwqF juafb dyx lwg peIaF. jI qF kry ik afrfm nfl bYT jfeIey pr pMj rupey dyx dy zr kfrn asIN aOKy-sOKy iewk cwkr pUrf kr hI ilaf. Pyr asIN Qwky

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blrfj isMG tuwty, grfAUNz ivc pY ky sfh TIk krn lwgy. lgBg awDy GMty bfad asIN izwgdy ZihMdy Gr vwl nUM vfps cwl pey. iek idn asIN sB DrqI DkylF ny PYslf kIqf ik hr mhIny bfad Bfr joiKaf krIey qF ik jdoN sfzf Bfr Gty, sfnUM pqf lwg skdy. asIN mhInf Br pUry jLor-sLor nfl dOVdy rhy qy hor keI qrHF dIaF vrjsLF krdy rhy. jdoN mhIny bfad Bfr joiKaf qF pqf lwigaf ik msF do ku ikwlo hI Bfr Gitaf hY. sfzy nfl dOVn vfly bfkI moitaF df vI iehI hfl sI. hor koeI cfrf nf cldf dyK ky asIN XUnIan bxf leI ky hr rojL dOVn qoN bfad sLihr dIaF muK sVkF qy jlUs kwZxf sLurU kr idwqf. ‘rwj ky rotI Kfxf sfzf jnm iswD aiDkfr hY’ qy ‘jLflm kfnUMn vfps lvo’ afid nfary bol-bol ky sfzf sMG bYT igaf. sfzI dyKf-dyKI hor sLihrF dy ‘DrqI DkylF’ ny vI ‘motfpf tYks’ df jLor-sLor nfl ivroD kIqf. dysL dy nfmI pihlvfnF ny sfzI pUrI hmfieq kIqI qy rwjvIN rotI Kfx nUM jnm-iswD aiDkfr dwisaf. rojL rojL idaF jlUsF qoN qMg af ky afiKr srkfr ny PYslf vfps lY hI ilaf qy sfzy mhIny dy pMj rupey bc gey. motfpf tYks dy zr ny sfnUM svyry-svyry hI AuWTx dI afdq pf idwqI hY. hr rojL svyry 4 vjy ibsqry ivcoN qRbk ky AuWT KVoeIdf hY.


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Fraser River Community Crematorium

Invitation for Nominations to the Board of Directors Please take note that the Fraser River Community Crematorium Society (the “Society”) will be conducting its general election on June 18, 2017 3pm at 2061 Riverside Rd. The nomination(s) for the following positions are open;  Senior Vice President [One position]  Board of Directors [ 3 positions for 6 Years]  Board of Director [One position to Director elected for Senior Vice President Position] Completed original nomination forms must be received by no later than May 4th, 2017 5pm at 2061 Riverside Rd. Abbotsford BC V2S 6A5. Post marked will not be accepted. Qualifications for Senior Vice President: i. Director of the Society in good standing with minimum one year experience on the Board. Qualification for the Board of Directors; a) Must be a Life or Perpetual member of the society. b) Must be a Citizen of Canada or Landed Immigration status in Canada. c) Believes in the cremation of human remain at the end of life ritual according to Sikh and Hindu faith. The Board of Directors of the Society is responsible for the good government of the society. It is expected that the Board of Directors will provide the necessary commitment to complete his/her terms for the office. Be prepared to spend 4 to 8 hours per month for the Society. This includes attending Society meetings, reviewing documents and reports, reviewing issues and determining appropriate responses, attending outside meetings regarding government, municipality and Society issues. There will be about 10 meetings per year. The Nominee must be present himself or herself at the AGM with a brief biography and statement of interest in the Society. If you, or someone you know, has the qualifications and interest to perform the function as a director for the Society, please Contact one of Nominating member to receive the form and mail or drop for the Society, please Contact one of Nominating member to receive the form and mail or drop of at the address above or deliver in person to one of nominating committee members. Nomination Committee: Paul Wadhawan Chair 604-308-6234 Shabnam Brar 604-825-2884 Onkar Brar 778-549-0421 Rajjit Grewal 604-807-4444 Nirmal Sivia 604-825-3762 2061 Riverside Rd. Abbotsford, BC V2S 6A5 Phone: 604-746-3040 Fax: 604-746-3050

borz aOP zfierYktrjL leI nfmjLdgIaF leI swdf ikrpf krky not krnf ik PRyjLr irvr kimAuintI kRYmftorIam susfietI 18 jUn, 2017 nUM 3 vjy dupihr bfad 2061 irvrsfeIz roz ivKy afpxI afm cox kr rhI hY| hyT ilKy pdF leI nfmjLLdgIaF KulHIaF hn: • sInIar mIq pRDfn ( iek afsfmI) • borz aOP zfierYktrjL ( 6 sfl leI 3 afsfmIaF) • borz aOP zfierYktr ( One position to Director for Senior Vice President Position) mukMml asl nfmjLdgI Pfrm 4 meI, 2017 ,5 vjy sLfm qwk 2061 irvrsfeIz roz, aYbtsPorz bI sI V2S 6A5 ivKy pRfpq ho jfxf cfhIdy hn| ies qoN bfad Byjy svIkfr nhIN kIqy jfxgy| sInIar mIq pRDfn leI XogqfvF: 1 borz ivc Gwto Gwt iek sfl dy qjrby nfl sPl zfierYktr aOP susfietI borz aOP zfierYktrj leI Xogqf: A) susfietI df jIvn Br leI mYNbr jF sQfeI mYNbr a) kYnyzf nfigRk jF kYnyzf df lYizMz iemMIgRYNt(afvfsI) e) mrn AuprMq mnuKI srIr dy sskfr leI pRcwlq iswK jF ihMdU mwq dIaF rhu-rIqIaF ivc ivsLvfsL rKdf hovy f) susfietI dy zfierYktr susfietI dy pRclx dy ijLmyvfr hn| afs kIqI jFdI hY ik borz aOP zfierYktrjL afpxy pd dI imafd pUrI krn leI afpxI vcnbwDqf pRgtfAuxgy| susfietI leI 4 qoN 8 GMty arpn krn leI iqafr hovo| ies ivc susfietI dIaF mIitMg ivc hfjLr hoxf, dsqfvyjLF aqy irportF nUM rIivAU krnf, muwidaF nUM rIivAU krnf aqy ZuwkvIN pRqIikiraf ivKfAuxf, srkfr,imAuinspYltI, aqy susfietI dy muwidaF bfryN mIitMgF ivc hfjLr hoxf sLfml hn| sfl ivc 10 mIitMgF hoxgIaF| borz dIaF rYgUlr mIitMgF ivc hfjLr hox leI iqafr rho| nfmjLd ivakqI sflfnf jnrl mIitMg ivc afpxy jIvn ibrqFq sihq aqy susfietI ivc idlcspI sihq afp hfjLr hovy| jy qusIN afp jF quhfzf koeI jfxU susfietI dy zfierYktr vjoN kMm krn dy Xog hY qF Pfrm lYx leI nfmjLd krn vfly mYNbr nfl sMprk kro aqy ieh Pfrm nfmjLd krn vflI kmytI dy iksy mYNbr nUM afp dy dyvo jF Aupr idwqy pqy ‘qy myl kr dyvo jF afp dy dyvo| nfmInyitMg kmytI pfl vDfvn muKI sLbnm brfV ENkfr brfV rwjIq gryvfl inrml isvIaf

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Preet Rai runs for NDP as a Member of Legislative Assembly candidate

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riginally from Punjab, India, Preet Rai immigrated to Canada in 1995, and since then has been a dedicated member in the community for bringing about positive changes to our city and province. A trained chartered accountant from The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Rai first immigrated to the United Kingdom in 1992 and worked for the Scottish government. Fast forward to 2017, and now Preet Rai is serving his third term since 2008 as a School Board Trustee with the Abbotsford School District and has been working with the British Columbia government over two decades. Rai’s experience is not only limited to that of his education career, but having worked relentlessly with organizations including Canuck Place Hospice, the South Asian Task Force, Abbotsford City of Character movement, The Reach Museum, literacy matters, MSA Museum, cycling for diversity, sister city committee, as well as Abbotsford Youth Commission, Rai

brings a wealth of global knowledge to childcare, affordable homes, and affordable Abbotsford. hydro rates. In terms Preet Rai is now seeking membership of the environment if of the Legislative Assembly as a NDP elected, the NDP will candidate in Abbotsford West. “I am work against the Kinder fighting against Christy Clark for our Morgan pipeline as well community” he says. Having served as make efforts to end in all realms of the city, Preet truly BC’ grizzly bear trophy understands the needs of Abbotsford. hunt. His plan focusses on cutting funding from private corporations in order to In Abbotsford, Preet take away power from the few wealthy Rai understands that in our province and give more power to there is a lot to be done. the everyday working people and small He speaks passionately business owners. In the continued effort about ending gang vioof making life more affordable for local lence in Abbotsford people, Preet Rai highlights Christy through mediation proClark’s shortcomings in failing to grams that include counselling prolower MSP premiums, and increasing grams in schools as well as provincially taxes. Preet Rai and the NDP plan on funded addiction treatment and recovlowering taxes, cutting MSP fees while ery programs for at risk youth and drug also ensuring fair wages for workers to addicts. Rai also recognizes issues with the current operation of the Abbotsford make a decent living. Regional Hospital, lack of funding for Rai and the NDP have an appreciative education programs in public schools understanding of families in British Co- and the need for accessible resources lumbia. He stands firmly for affordable in our community.

Preet Rai hopes to work with the community even further through the provincial platform as he will be “Elected by you, working for you”! So on May 9 th, 2017, make your voice heard, and exercise your right to vote. And, remember the tall guy with the short name, “Rai.” A vote for Rai is a vote for the community.

aYbtsPorz vYst qoN pRIq rfey aYm[aYl[ey[ quhfzy cuxy hoey…quhfzy leI kMm krn vfly. 1995 ivc knyzf afieaf aqy 1997 ivc pRIq rfey ny bI[sI[ srkfr leI kMm kIqf. pRIq rfey aYbtsPorz vYst qoN 9 meI Aus kol kOmFqrI dUr-idRsLtI hY aqy Auh 2017 dIaF afAux vflIaF sUbfeI coxF hmysLf hI kimAuintI dIaF smfijk aqy leI aYm[aYl[ey[ leI AumIdvfr hn. Auh ipCly awT sfl qoN skUl trwstI dy ahudy siBafcfrk srgrmIaF ivc idlcspI qy ibrfjmfn hn aqy ieh hor vI mfx vflI lYNdy rihMdy hn. AunHF dI pqnI aYbtsPorz gwl hovygI ik Auh coxF qoN cuxy jfx bfad ivc skUl tIcr hY. AunHF dy iqMn bwcy AunHF nUM hor syvf krn df mOkf imlygf. pr aYbtsPorz dy pbilk skUlF ivc pVHdy ieh quhfzI sB dI mwdd nfl hI sMBv ho hn. AunHF dI mfqf jI vI skUl tIcr sI aqy ipqf jI BfrqI afrmI dy rItfierz skdf hY. krnl sn. pRIq rfey kihMdy hn ik AunHF dI pflxf posxf ies qrIky nfl hoeI hY ik AunHF ivc bIqy awT virHaF dOrfn jnqk ihwqF leI ijLMmyvfrI df aihsfs kuwt kuwt ky Biraf kIqI kfrvfeI aqy srgrmIaF nUM dyKdy hY. Auh smfj dI BlfeI aqy ivwidaf vfsqy hoey aqy nfl hI ivwidak Kyqr ivc kIqy bhuq hI qqpr rihMdy hn. AunHF muqfibk kMmF leI Auh ies mYdfn ivc Auqry hn. ieh AunHF dI iewCf sLkqI qy syvf Bfvnf skUl trwstI dI ijLMmyvfrI inBfAuidaF vI dI qfkq hI sI ik mYN pihlI vfr skUl Auh kimAUintI dy muwidaF aqy msilaF qoN trwstI bixaf aqy hux mYN aYbtsPorz kdI byKbr nhIN hoey. AunHF nUM quhfzy sB vYst qoN 9 meI 2017 nUM aYm[aYl[ey[ dI qy pUrf pUrf mfx hY aqy Auh quhfzy sihXog nfl hI sPlqf pRfpq kr skdy hn. cox lV irhf hF.

mukfblf hovy jF iksy iksm df smfijk smfgm hovy bwcy afpxf hunr idKfAux aqy vlMtIar krn leI ipwCy nhIN htdy qy Auh sdf hI ies leI bwicaF dI ipwT QfpVdy hn. Auh kihMdy hn ik mYN mfx vI mihsUs krdf hF aqy mYnUM qfkq aqy AuqsLfh vI imldf hY. bwcy vI afpxy afp nUM AuqsLfhq mihsUs krdy hn.

pRIq rfey df krm Kyqr isrP skUl trwstI qwk hI sImq nhIN AunHF ny kimAUintI dI krY k tr kO N s l, aY b tsPo r z Xu v f kimsLn, aYbtsPorz dy aYbI zYst borz, sfeIkilMg afP zfeIvrstI, aYm[aYl[ey[, imAUjLIam borz, dI rIc borz, iltrysI mYtrjLborz, isstr istI kmytI, df kunk plys, hfAuspfeIs dI nvIN iblizMg leI PMz iekwqr krn vflI sfAUQ eysLIan tfsk Pors ivc vI aihm Xogdfn pfieaf hY. Auh 100 qoN vDyry vlMtIar hr sfl aYbtsPorz leI iqafr krn dI KusLI lYNdy hn aqy Auh aYbtsPorz dy hor keI qrHF pR I q rfey mu q fibk Au n H F nU M jdo N vI bw i caF nfl pRIq rfey Bfrq qoN cfrtrz akfAUNtYNt dy kimAuintI dy mMnorMjk pRogrfmF ivc ny V qf df mO k f imldf hY cfhy aY b tsPo r z XU[ky[ (ieMglYNz) ivc 1992 nUM afieaf vI cfeIN cfeIN Bfg lYNdy hn qy AuqsLfihq ijwQy Aus ny skfitsL srkfr leI kMm kIqf. hovy, hYrItyj mylf hovy, pbilk spIikMg krdy hn.

AunHF df kimAUintI vfsqy sunyhf bhuq hI srl qy ijLMmyvfr hY ikAuNik afAux vflIaF coxF leI lIzrisLp iek jLrUrI muwdf hY sfnUM ieho ijhy lIzrF dI loV hY jo lIzrisLp dIaF XogqfvF mihsUs krdy hn AunHF muqfibk sfzy sUby dy ivwidak ZFcy nUM hor PMzF dI aqy shI syD dI loV hY. hor dUjf vwzf muwdf ishq sbMDI hY jo sInIarjL bfry qy zfktrI pwK qoN lMbIaF cOVIaF AuzIkF Gwt krn dI hY. asIN hr Kyqr leI vDIaf qy asrdfr mOky pYdf krny hn. ieh sfzI afriQkqf nUM TIk rwKygI qy ijLMmyvfr vI bxfeygI. pRIq rfey muqfibk Auh hmysLf lokF dIaF loVF nUM pihl idMdy hn aqy AumId krdy hn ik ijs ivsLvfsL nfl kimAUintI Aus nUM cuxygI mYN Aus qy pUrf AuqrFgf. ies leI 9 meI 2017 nUM afpxy kImqI vot dI shI vrqoN krky afpxy nUmfieMdy pRIq rfey iek Coty ijhy nfm nUM afpxf kImqI vot idAu. quhfzI hr jLrUrq leI mYN hfjLr hF-pRIq rfey PAGE 27


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pfrtI ny myrf muwl nhI pfieaf : BgvMq mfn afm afdmI pfrtI dy sMsd mYˆbr BgvMq mfn ny iodwlI dy muwK mMqrI arivMd kyjrIvfl nfl nrfË cwl rhy hn .BgvMq mfn ny coxfˆ mgroˆ pfrtI dI isafsI mfmilafˆ bfry kmytI(pIeysI) dI iksy vI mIitMg ivwc ÈmUlIaq nhIˆ kIqI aqy nf Auh ivsfKI myly `qy puwjy. idwlI dI iËmnI cox aqy aYmsIzI coxfˆ qoˆ BgvMq mfn dUr hI rhy. AunHfˆ iPlhfl pfrtI dI iksy vI gqIivDI ivwc ihwsf nf lYx df PYslf kIqf hY. dwsxXog hY ik pMjfb coxfˆ dy nqIjy mgroˆ BgvMq mfn ny KuwlH ky ivcrnf bMd kr idwqf hY. pfrtI qoˆ lfˆBy hox guru ngrI qoˆ `afp` ny nvIˆ muihMm bfry puwCx Auwqy BgvMq mfn ny pMjfbI dy iewk aKbfr nUM afiKaf ik eydfˆ dI koeI gwl ivDfn sBf `c ivroDI iDr dy nyqf qy afm afdmI pfrtI dy ivDfiek aYc[aYs[PlUkf ny nhI hY. AunHfˆ dy kuJ igly iÈkvy hn[ ijnHfˆ qoˆ sRI kyjrIvfl nUM jfxUM krfieaf igaf hY . afpxI pMjfb Xfqrf dI ÈurUafq guru ngrI aMimRqsr qoˆ kIqI. PUlkf afpxI pfrtI dy AunHfˆ pfrtI knvInr nUM afpxI nfrfËgI dws idwqI ik “myrf pfrtI ny muwl nhIˆ pfieaf”. keI hor lIzrfˆ smyq hirmMdr sfihb ivKy nqmsqk hoey. swcKMz hirmMdr sfihb ivKy mwQf tykx qoˆ bfad PUlkf ny ikhf ik ies Xfqrf dOrfn Auh pMjfb dy vwK-vwK kYptn df aPsrfˆ-mulfËmfˆ `qy iÈkMjf iËilHafˆ dy ivDfn sBf Kyqrfˆ dy lokfˆ nfl mulfkfq krky AunHfˆ nUM pyÈ afAux vflIafˆ muÈklfˆ bfry jfxkfrI lYxgy.AunHfˆ dy hwl leI AunHfˆ dI avfË srkfr qwk phuMcfAux kYptn srkfr ny aiDkfrIafˆ qy mulfËmfˆ `qy iÈkMjf kwisaf hY . aPsrfˆ nUM mulfËmfˆ leI ienHfˆ muwidafˆ nUM ivDfn sBf ivwc AuTfAuxgy . dIafˆ hfËrIafˆ hr hPqy cYwk krn dy inrdyÈ idwqy hn. srkfr ny ivBfgI muKIafˆ nUM sUbf pwDr `qy srkfrI dPqrfˆ dy mulfËmfˆ dIafˆ hfËrIafˆ df inrIKx hPqy ivwc vfrqrnqfrn `c iPr vwzI vfrdfq, kfˆgrsIafˆ ny llkfry vfr krn df hukm idwqf hY. ivBfg ny ikhf hY ik smUh pRbMDkI ivBfgfˆ dy muKI shI 9 vjy svyry afpxy-afpxy dPqrfˆ ivwc afAuxf XkInI bxfAuxgy qy Èfm nUM dPqrI mfr akflIafˆ `qy dfgy Pfier smyˆ qoˆ bfad hI dPqr qoˆ jfxgy. hPqy ivwc Gwto-Gwt do vfr afpxy aDIn kMm krdy ijvyˆ ijvyˆ bxI nvIˆ srkfr dy idn bIq rhy hn iqvyˆ –iqvyˆ kfˆgrs srkfr dy afgU aPsrfˆ-mulfËmfˆ dI hfjrI acncyq cYwk krngy . afpxI inwjI rMijÈ akflI afgUafˆ nfl kwZ rhy hn. ijs dI qfËf imsfl ipMz burj nwQUky dy akflI akflI afgUafˆ `c hvfeI Pfier sbMDI jfxkfrI idMdy hoey ryÈm kYptn ny pfieaf “mjITIey” dI XUnIvristI df Bog isMG,lKvMq isMG, blivMdr isMG,sqnfm isMG aqy suKivMdr isMG ny dwisaf ik Auh afpxI ËmIn ivc kxk dI Psl vwZ rhy sn ik acfnk kfˆgrsI afgU sfbkf srpMc kYptn srkfr ny aMimRqsr dI Kflsf XUnIvristI df Bog pfAux leI afrzInYˆs pRvfngI hrdIp isMG, ihMmq isMG aqy hor axpCfqy ivakqI, ijMˆnHfˆ kol bMdUkf sn , ny kxk vfsqy rfjpfl nUM Byj idwqf hY. rfjpfl vwlo ˆ hrI JMzI imlidafˆ hI sUby dy sB qoˆ purfxy vwZx qoˆ rokx leI pihlfˆ qfˆ llkfry mfry qy iPr golIafˆ mfrn dI DmkIafˆ vI idwqIafˆ ivrfsqI kflj df drjf bhfl ho jfvygf. vrnxXog hY ik kfˆgrs ny ipClI akflIqy jd AunHfˆ Psl kwtxI jfrI rwKI qfˆ kfˆgrsI afgUafˆ ny iqMn hvfeI Pfier kr idwqy. Bfjpf srkfr vwloˆ ivrfsqI Kflsf kflj nUM XUnIvristI ivwc qbdIÜ krn dy PYsly akflI afgUafˆ ny jfxkfrI idMdy hoey ikhf ik ieh ËmIn pMj ivakqIafˆ dy nfˆ `qy hY df sKq ivroD kridafˆ aYlfn kIqf sI ik pfrtI dy swqf ivwc afAux qoˆ bfad kflj df ruqbf bhfl kIqf jfvygf aqy kflj nUM sfrI ËmIn moVI jfvygI.aMimRqsr dy lokfˆ ies ËmIn df kys asIˆ ijwqy hfˆ . qy Kfs kr ky Kflsf kflj nfl juVIafˆ ÈKsIaqfˆ ny vI kflj nUM XUnIvristI ivwc bdlx df ivroD kridafˆ aMdoln kIqf sI . dUjy pfsy Kflsf XUnIvristI dy pRbMDkfˆ pfiksqfn nUM dyvfˆgy mUMh qoVvf jvfb ny afrzInYˆs nUM adflq ivwc cunOqI dyx df aYlfn kIqf hoieaf hY aqy ieh vI sMBv hY iËkrXog hY ik ikRÈnf GftI dI ikrpfn post `qy pfiksqfn ny svyry BfrI golfbfrI ik mfmlf adflqI cwkr ivwc Ps skdf hY. kIqI sI, ijs `c do jvfn ÈhId ho gey . ieMnHfˆ hI nhIˆ pfiksqfn dI bfrzr aYkÈn bfdl dy KfsmKfs nUM kYptn ny tIm ny ÈhIdfˆ dIafˆ lfÈfˆ dy nfl brbrqf vI kIqI .ies dy nfl hI jMmU kÈmIr dy vfps pwCmI bMgfl Byijaf kulgfE ivKy vwzf awqvfdI hmlf hoieaf. ies hmly ivwc 5 puils krmcfrI aqy bYˆk dI kYÈ vYn dy do gfrz mfry gey.awqvfdI 50 lwK rupey luwt ky lY gey qy puils pMjfb srkfr ny bfdlfˆ dy krIbI rhy afeIeyaYs aiDkfrI ky[jy[aYs[ cImf nUM ipqrI surwiKaf dy hiQafr vI lY gey. BfrqI surwiKaf krmIafˆ ny ikhf ik ies kfrvfeI df kfzr (pwCmI bMgfl) jfx dy hukm idwqy hn. muwK mMqrI kYptn amirMdr isMG dI pRvfngI qoˆ bfad amlf ivBfg ny rsmI hukm jfrI kr idwqy. pMjfb ivwc iewk dhfkf mUMh qoVvfˆ jvfb idwqf jfvygf . `zYpUtyÈn` awupr qfienfq rihx vflf 1993 bYc dy afeIeyaYs aiDkfrI ky[jy[aYs[ hux gfl srkfr nUM irport krygf . pMjfb dy sYink BlfeI ivBfg ivwc qfienfq cImf nUM pMjfb ivDfn sBf coxfˆ `qy KVHf hoieaf nvfˆ ivvfd, ienHfˆ bMsfbkf muwK mMqrI pRkfÈ isMG bfdl df aiq krIbI mMinaf jfˆdf hY .

hfry AumIdvfrfˆ ny cuwky svfl

pMjfb ivDfn sBf coxfˆ `c hfrn vfly iqMn AumIdvfrfˆ ny hfeIkort `c cox ptIÈn dfier krky cox rwd krn dI mMg kIqI hY. sfbkf mMqrI aqy PfiËlkf qoˆ Bfjpf ivDfiek rhy surjIq kumfr ijafxI ny jyqU afgU divMdr isMG Gubfieaf iKlfP cox ptIÈn dfier kIqI hY. ptIÈn ivc doÈ lgfieaf hY ik divMdr Gubfieaf dI Aumr Gwt hY AunHfˆ ny glq qrIky nfl cox lV ky ijwq hfsl kIqI hY. iesy qrHfˆ zyrfbsI qoˆ kfˆgrs dy AumIdvfr rhy dIpieMdr isMG iZwloˆ ny aYwn[ky[Èrmf dI cox rwd krn dI mMg kIqI hY. dIpieMdr iZwloˆ anusfr Èrmf ny afpxy hlPnfmy ivc glq jfxkfrI idwqI hY .

Kflsf kflj dy ipRMsIpl sxy iqMn iKlfP kys drj Kflsf kflj aMimRqsr dy hostl ivwc ividafrQI vwlOˆ KudkuÈI krn dy mfmly ivwc puils ny Kflsf kflj dy ipRMsIpl mihl isMG smyq KyqIbfVI ivBfg dy muKI qy kflj rijstrfr iKlfP aYP[afeI[afr[ drj kr leI hY. iPlhfl iksy dI igRPqfrI nhIˆ hoeI. puils vwloˆ jfˆc qoˆ bfad igRPqfrI dI gwl khI jf rhI hY pr ividafrQI ipRMsIpl nUM ahudy qo htfAux qy Aus nUM igRPqfr krn dI mMg `qy aVy hoey hn . PAGE 28

1 meI `mËdUr idvs` qy bldyc isMG sVknfmf nUM kIqf snmfinq mËdUr idvs,pUMjIvfd lutyry pRbMD qoˆ KlfsI leI lhU vItvyˆ sMGrÈ qy kIqIafˆ kurbfnIafˆ df pRqIk hY. ieh isrP mËdUrfˆ df hI nhIˆ sgoˆ luwty-puwty jfˆdy AunHfˆ lokfˆ df vI idn hY ijhVy byikrk afriQk luwt –Ksuwt,ainafˆ Ëulm qy pUMjIvfd amfnvI pRbMD qoˆ pIVq hn. pls mMc qy hor lok pwKI jwQybMdIafˆ hr sfl 1 meI nUM luiDafxf dy pMjfbI Bvn ivKy mËdUr idvs sfrI rfq lok pwKI sMgIq aqy nftk mMcx krky mnfAuˆdI hY. ies vfr lok ihwqfˆ leI ilKx vfly nfvlkfr, nftkkfr,khfxIkfr bldyv isMG sVknfmf nUM Aus dy smuwcy sfihqk kfrj df mfx kridafˆ snmfinq kIqf igaf .


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pYr dI moc

ipCly hPqy, koTy qoN AuWqridaF, byiDafnI ivc myrf pYr iPsl igaf. mYN do pOVIaF AulMGdf, hyTF izwgf qF swjf pYr tyzf hoieaf Qwly Twuk igaf. lwigaf ijvyN hwzI tuwt geI hovy, mYN iqwKf drd mihsUs krdy ny pYr Guwt ilaf. lyr inkl cwlI sI, pr bdiksmqI nfl sRImqI aMdroN inkl afeI qy mYnUM suMgiVaf ijhf bYTf vyK ky GurkI… ‘kI ho igaf?’ mYN zrdy ny ikhf-‘mwCr lV igaf’ mUMh aYN bxfieaY ijvyN zyNgU vflf mwCr liVaf hovy.’ Aus dy sfhmxy mYN, swt dI prvfh nf kridaF ihMmq krky AuWTxf cfihaf qF pYr ny Bfr nf Jwilaf. Aus ny QoVI ijhI hmdrdI nfl ikhf ‘kusL hor hoieaY.’ mYN asl gwl dwsI qF Aus ny iJVk vrgI mwq idwqI… ‘vIh vfrI ikhf, ieh Aumr hux pOVIaF cVHn AuWqrn vyly iDafn rwKx dI aY. Bugqo hux….’ AuNj qF Aus ny tkor krn leI grm pfxI ivc lUx pf ky vI idwqf nfl hI hdfieqF jfrI kr idwqIaF…hux ‘rfm nfl Gry bihjo, aYvyN nf pUC cwk ilE…. irsLqydfrF df ivafh Cwz dyxgy, afvdf PMksLn koeI nI Cwzxf….’ pr agly idn sfzI akfdmI dy iek mYNbr df ivafh sI. jfxf qF pYxf sI. mYN ijMnf ku koisLsL kIiqaF Gwt lMgVf ky qur skdf sF, sihj qurn df Xqn krdf, sLgn dyx vflf lPfPf jyb ivc pf ky mYirj pYls phuMc igaf. AuWQy sfry eI imwqr PnIar sn. kuJ qF pOVI qoN izwgy nUM GoVI qoN izwigaf smJ ky eI itwcrF krn lwgy. kuJ coBF vI lf gey… ‘afdqF kfhnUM jFdI aYN….’ KrOiVaF df sUp pI hPqf, nfly hor kMm afAU.’ iek hor ny CyiVaf. aYqvfr nUM myrI BUaf dy puwq ny suKmxI sfhb df pfT rKfieaf sI. AuWQy vI jfxf bxdf sI. sRImqI ny guwJI cot lfeI… ‘vyK ilE iehnF ny kdy nI jfxf pfT `qy. kwlH vyK lo iehnF df koeI kvI kuvI sI, Ehdy ivafh `qy cfr mIl qurgy.’ mYnUM jfxf ipaf. gRMQ sfihb dI hjUrI ivc mwQf tyk ky, jdoN mYN bYTf qF pYr AuWpr grm pwtI bwJI vyK ky, nfl bYTy myry qfey dy puwq ny iPkr nfl Gwt pr vwD jfnx leI puwiCaf… ‘afh kI ho igaf?’ mYN dwisaf qF Aus ny Jwt ikhf…GfloN nf kr. zfktrI golIaF ny kusL nI krnf. mYdf sLwk, lotf swjI qy PtkVI…iqMnF df lyp bxf ky bMnH lf, do idnF `c nON-br-nON. ajLmfieaf nusLKf.’ gwlF krdy qoN, mwQf tyk ky myry cfcy df muMzf… ‘kI hfl aY’ kihMdf myry lfgy af bYTf. pwtI AuhnUM vI ids geI. gwl dwsxI peI qF kihMdf ‘ieAuN kr…aMbf hldI lY lf, rfmUMvflIaF qoN imljU’ qyl `c imlf ky lyp kr lf.’ hldI qF afpxy Gry vI huMdI aY. qfey df puwq koloN boilaf. nf nf, aMbf hldI, cyqy rwKIN. cfcy dy puwq ny jLor dy ky ikhf. suKmnI susfietI df jwQf CYxy-ZolkIaF KVkfAux ivc msq sI. myry ipwCy bYTf muhwly df iek bjLurg srk ky QoVHf agFh ho ky myry moZy AuWpr hwQ rwK

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ky kihx lwgf. ‘bfhly EhV-pohV `c nf peIN. brPL qF huMdI aY afpxy Pirwj `c, do iqMn vfrI itkf ky ml lf AuWpr.’ rfm Jwt af jfxY.’ iPr Aus ny iQAUrI smJfeI… ‘mfs pft igaf hoxY. brP GsfvyNgf qF mfs suMgVUM…’ Aus ny afpxI muwTI Guwt ky myry sfhmxy kIqI… ‘bws aYN eI juV jfxY. ieh qF bVf kfrgr PfrmUlf aY BfeI sfhb.’ ardfs hox qoN bfad jdoN vfk ilaf jf irhf sI qF iek hor hmdrd ny, swt lwgI jfx ky mYnUM alsI dy qyl dI mflsL krn dI slfh idwqI. iek jxf hor vI sI, mYnUM Xfd nhIN af irhf, Aus ny koeI dsLFdf bxf ky pIx bfry ikhf sI. jVI bUtIaF dy nF bVy ksUqy ijhy sn mYN Buwl igaf. lMgr Cwk ky, Gr vfilaF nUM vDfeIaF dy ky mYN jdoN pYr nUM bcfAuNdf juwqI pfAux lwgf qF GrF `coN lgdI iek qfeI ny vyK ilaf vy BfeI st ikwQoN lwggI? pYr iqlk igaf sI qfeI…mYN dwisaf. hwzI qF nI tuwtI…?’ Aus ny moVvF puwiCaf. mfs pfitaY qfeI. mYN ikhf qF TIk aY iPr. qUM aYN krI sLyrf afpxy afh ngfhy dy rfh qy drgfh hY nF, AuWQy jfeIN. swq PUkF mfrU. vyKIN GoVy aFgU qur ky afvyNgf. ieko idn `c sr jfAU qfeI ik swq idn jfxf pAU? mYN puwiCaf lY, Pot, kI gwl krqI. pIrF-PkIrF nUM qF bKsL huMdI aY. hwQ jws huMdf. vyKIN qUM priqaf ky, nfly vyKIN, AuWQy qF mylf lwigaf rihMdf. qfeI myrI km-aklI AuWpr hwsI. cMgf qfeI mYN jf ky afAUNgf. jf ky afAUNgf kI? pihlF iswDf jfh EQy. qfeI ny hukmnfmf cfiVHaf. jd mYN Gr afieaf qF sRImqI ny puwiCaf ‘hux ikvyN aY pYr…?’ lgdY hux TIk ho jU. Pyr mYN suKmxI dy pfT AuWpr hoeIaF sfrIaF gwlF dws ky ikhf ‘jy sfrf kuJ iekwTf eI imlf ky, …luprI bxf ky bMnH lvF qF TIk nIN?’ myrI gwl suxky, nwk skoVidaF sRImqI bolI- ‘jI, afpF nUM kI pqf lgxY, pMnsfrI ny mYdf swk idwqf ik tfhlI df swk PVfqf. AUN vI jy dUjy dy swt Pyt vwjI hovy jF koeI bImfr hovy, gDy kuwqy vI zfktr bx jFdy aY.’ GrvflI dy ‘jI’ kihx dI Bfvnf nfl mYN gdgd ho igaf. pYr GuwtidaF pIV hox df ivKfvf kridaF mYN puwiCaf…Pyr hux kI krIey?’ eyDr kro pYr myry vwl. Aus ny hmdrdI rilaf hukm idwqf. afigafkfr pqI vFg afqm smrpx kridaF mYN afpxf pYr sRImqI dy hvfly kr idwqf. poly poly hwQF nfl pYr plosidaF, Aus ny ikhf-‘mYN qF suwky hwQF dI vI mflsL kridaF, mfs ikvyN nf juVy. myry hwQF `c vI bQyrf jws aY.’ kihx nUM qF myry kol bVf kuJ sI pr ieh soc ky zr igaf, KPf ho ky sRImqI ikqy pYr nUM pwuTf mroVf eI nf dy dyvy. awKF mIc ky mYN Bfxf mMn ilaf. PAGE 29


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Police Officers No Longer Perceived as the ‘Good Guys’?

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dmittedly, I have a positive bias with respect to law enforcement. My step-father is a retired Vancouver Police Detective; several of my closest friends are current police officers; and though my profession is that of a public affairs practitioner I am, academically speaking, a criminologist with an expertise in international criminal law and terrorism. It is through these lenses that I write this column.

For The Record…

As someone with close ties to the policing community there is no end of frustration for me when I overhear people criticizing police anytime something hits the news; in-particular because the notion of providing the benefit of the doubt is all but nonexistent. Indeed, though the law of the land may say “innocent until proven guilty”, if you’re a police officer it seems to be “guilty until When I grew-up I was always told proven innocent.” that the police were the ‘good guys’ Additionally, it seems that some rather and that if I was ever in trouble it was large organizations are now attemptalways safe to ask a police officer for ing to boy-cot police involvement help. Indeed, all my friends were in community activities. Perhaps raised the same way and today they the most public discussions taking tell their kids the same thing. Howplace right now are in Vancouver and ever, this notion of the police being Toronto where organizers of the gay the ‘good guys’ seems to diminish pride parades in those communities at some-point – somewhere in adoare trying to ban police involvement; lescence, or perhaps early adulthood something that only further perpetu– for many who themselves have ates this new narrative of police no no quarrels with law enforcement. longer being the ‘good guys.’ Moreover, it seems that in the past 10 years this lack of respect for police As I stated above, there are a percentofficers – and the associated lack of age of individuals in every profession public trust for the police – has esca- who reflect poorly on their profession. Moreover, I’ll even concede that that lated. The question is, why? percentage may be higher for those in Before I go any further allow me to positions of authority. However, I am state that in every profession there tired of the hypercritical, unwarranted are a percentage of folks who do criticism that seemingly all those in a disservice to their profession. A the policing profession receive. teacher engaged in sexual conduct with a student. A politician engaged Every police officer I know is a perin a conflict of interest. An executive son of character and integrity. They engaged in corporate theft. And, yes, go to work after saying good-bye a police officer who may overstep his to their loved ones, choosing to unor her authority – often, in relation to dertake the massive responsibilities that come with dealing with some use-of-force. of the most painful, challenging and Carrying-on, one of the reasons that dangerous elements of society. The the public may seem to have less reality is that everyday police officers respect for police – and, by default, are faced with dozen of different are less trusting of the police – likely situations, with hundreds of different pertains to the role that social media variables, and are expected to make plays in todays societal discourse. split-second decisions. Moreover, With most everyone having a cellmany of these decisions are caughtphone in-hand, it seems that not a on tape; something that seems to week goes by where there is new footjustify not giving them the benefit of age of a police officer allegedly enthe doubt even though what is filmed gaging in inappropriate use-of-force. is often times only part of the story PAGE 30

(often failing to show the events leading-up to whatever the situation may be). To that end, rather than applauding these individuals for their daily sacrifices – including sacrificing their physical, mental and emotional health – we judge them based on a few seconds, and seek to ban them from community events because “some people are intimidated”; a message that will undoubtedly only worsen the divide between police and the general public – in particular, our children. Nobody is perfect. But it is no longer acceptable for society to simply serve as jury and judge of these men and women, the vast majority of whom so faithfully execute their duties. It is time that we once again show police the respect they deserve and not attempt to marginalize them in the community – if only so our chil-

dren remember that if they are ever in trouble, they can always turn to a police officer for help, because the police are indeed the ‘good guys’.

Justin P. Goodrich is the Managing Partner of Alliance Public & Government Relations (www.alliancepgr.ca).


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Parineeti Chopra - @ParineetoChopra At Nach Baliye today!!!

Vishal Dadlani @VishalDadlani Damn, @ParineetiChopra ! Well done! You sound great!

1. Move Your Lakh Noor - Diljit Dosanjh, Badshah and Sonakshi Sinha 2. Roke Na Ruke Naina Badrinath Ki Dulhania - Arijit Singhl

Rishi Kapoor - @chintskap Restaurant called "Hemant Oberois". BKC Mumbai. Spectacular restaurant with great cuisine.

3. Baarish Half Girlfriend - Ash King and Shashaa Tirupati

4. Haareya Meri Pyaari Bindu - Arijit Singh 5. Uff Yeh Noor Noor - Amaal Malik, Armaan Malik and Manoj Muntasir 6. Mercy Badshah 7. Cheez Badi Machine - Udit Narayan and Neha Kakkar 8. Badri Ki Dulhania Badrinath Ki Dulhania - Romy and Pawni Pandey 9. Naughty Billo Phillauri - Diljit Dosanjh, Nakash Aziz and Shilipi Paul

Anil Kapoor - @AnilKapoor My heartfelt condolences to the whole Khanna family... He will live on through his legacy & in our hearts... #VinodKhanna you will be missed

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myrI awK ivc mF vrgI imwtI df bixaf qy mwGdy hoey ieiqhfs jyhf. kwjly dI DfrI qF Aus nUM cMgI lwKF rihmqF afpxy nfl lY ky Br idMdIaF hn sfzy ieklfpy nUM lwgdI hY qVky AuWTky mF bfldI cuwlHf cfnx-afs jyhf. ho ky dUq ijAuN iksy df myG afieaf ijvyN rMg Br idMdy hn qsvIr nUM pr supinaF qoN cuwlHf bly qF Gr lgdf sI rwb dy irjLk-invfs jyhf. awKr jfdUaF ivc lbyV ky `qy BYa afAuNdf hY ijvyN surF Br idMdIaF hn pflF bMnH ky afpxy nfl ilafieaf myrI JFjr dI Cx-Cx imwtI dy nfl ilMbdI mF nUM lgdf sI lhU mfs jyhf. KflI pRBfq nUM. qF Aus nUM BfAuNdI hY sfzI ijMd nUM afx ky kIl bYTf mF vfsqy cuwlHf cONkf ijAuN ismrx sfs igrfs jyhf. duwKF nfl aMbI cwup ijLMdgI nUM pr vDdy hoey kdmF nfl tUxy hfiraf vy ikhf KLq pfieaf…? afpxIaF gwlF nfl mihkx lf idMdIaF hn sFB sFB ky bflx rwKxf Bly idnF dI afs jyhf. Aus dI DrqI suwqIaF peIaF rIJF qy iewCfvF nUM dihl jFdI hY dohy cuwlHf mF leI inqnym sI qy cuwlHf hI rihrfs jyhf. myry gIq qF Aus hrimMdr isMG kohfrvflf afpxy rsIly hfisaF nfl jgf idMdIaF hn cuwlHy lfgy bih bih iswiKaf pVHnf inwG-pRkfsL jyhf. nUM imwTy lwgdy ny ruwKI suwkI bMjr ijLMdgI nUM idl ivwc AuWTx lUhrIaF, dyvF bdIaF rok. eyh pVHnf hI bixaf awgy jIAUx jog ivsLvfs jyhf. pr KMBF dI PVPVfht nfl afpxy vjUd nfl DVkx lf idMdI idl dI jfvy pysL nf, ies QF bdIaF Qok. Aus df afkfsL qRih jFdf hY sI mF vfsqy cuwlHf cONkf afhr Ksm Kfs jyhf. sfzIaF mfvF, DIaF, BYxF, pqnIaF. mukqI vMzy KLlk nUM, Dfr Kudf df Bys. hfr ky dsF nhuMaF dI ikrq dy vrgf qy afvx jfx svfs jyhf. Auh iKwcx lwgdf hY, sfzIaF aOrqF kudrq dI inafmq hn afp kcihrI Bugqdf, puwTy iswDy kys. nf hux mF qy nf hI cuwlHf qy nf hI mYN afkfsL jyhf. myry ierd-igrd mMdy kMmIN lwigaf, mYly mn nUM rok. DrqI qy ivcrdf svrg hn prMprf dIaF ajy vI jIAuNdf idl ivc aYpr cuwlHf inwG aihsfs jyhf. mYly mn dI mYl nf, DoNdy sLbd slLok. sfzIaF mfvF, DIaF, BYxF, pqnIaF. lCmx-ryKfvF sLihr `c rih rih bx igaf bysLk bMd isrP ilbfs jyhf. bcpn kcrf Poldf, krdf bhuq Audfs. sfzIaF aOrqF qy bx bYTdf hY PfeIlF ivwc hI PYilaf, sfzf bfl ivkfs. myrI lfj-pwq df ‘rfKf’. kdy huMdf sI eyh kulvMq vI vgdy KUh Krfs jyhf. sfzf Biraf Biraf vjUd hn. sfry aMbr `qy afx ky ieMJ Cfieaf

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vwD hor nf asF ny kihxIaF ny.

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aYbtsPorz ivKy 10 imlIan nfl bxngy 60 kPfeIqI Gr ipCly mhIny aYlfn kIqf igaf sI ik aYbtsPorz ivKy 60 kPfeIqI Gr bxfeyjfxgy| hux 10 imlIan nfl bxn vfly ieMnHF GrF leI QF dI cox ho geI hY| ieh hfAUisMg pRojYkt Puwlr stRIt aqy Elz Xyl dy cOk dy nyVy bxygf| ies pRojYkt leI loVINdf pYsf Mamele’awt Qweesome Society nUM dyx dI pRvfngI ho geI hY| ieh pYsf kPfieqI GrF leI pRvfn kIqy $355 imlIan ivcoN idwqf jfvygf| ies sMsQf vwloN ieh pRojYkt bxfAux leI istI nUM bynqI pwqr Byijaf jf cuwkf hY| ies sMqF ny iek pRYs pRkfsLn ivc ikhf hY ik iehpRojYkt ajy muZly pVfa ivc hY | dwisaf igaf hY ik ieMnHF GrF df ikrfieaf bfjLfr ivc cwl rhy krfieaF nflo NGwt hovygf|

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sfPtvuwz tYirP dy afrQk pRBfv df Kqrf bI sI cox df muwdf bixaf bI sI df sfbkf pRImIar Auwjl dusFJ df kihxf hY ik amrIkf vwloN bI sI sfPtvuz ‘qy 24% df tYks lgfAux df mfmlf cox ivc ieh vwzf muwdf bx igaf hY | ies dy ivrwuD ikRstIklfrk aqy jOn hfrgn donoN afvfjL AuTf rhy hn| Aus df ivcfr hY ieh ivroD krn ivc ikRstI klfrk hfrgn nUM pCfV dyvygI | ies df kfrn Aus ny ieh dwisaf ik ikRstI klfrk afpxI amIr qjrby aqy BfsLn klf nfl hfrgn nUM mfq pf dyvygI| AUs dy ivcfr anusfr hfrgn kol sUbfeI,kOmI aqy aMqrrfsLtrI mhwqv dy muwdy nUM nijwTx dI qfkq nhIN aqy klf vI nhIN| dusFJ ny ikhf ik ikRstI klfrk ies mfmly afpxy afp nUM iek sLFq aqy qjrbykfr nyqf iswD krn df Xqn kr rhI rhI hY| “ ies ivc Auh ikwQoN qwk sPlhuMdI hY, smF hI dwsygf”, Auwjl ny ikhf iesy qrF rfiel roz XUnIvristI dy pRoPYsr zyivz blYk ny ikhf,” klfrk votrF nUM iek aijhy mfmly bfry sMkyqk Brosf idvf rhI hY ijs mfmly Aupr Aus df kMtrol nf mfqR hY|” PAGE 36

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Parineeti is super talented, says Sushant

Arjun huge Bollywood trivia buff

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput has praised actress Parineeti Chopra for her singing skills and says she is super talented. "Got up to this soulful voice and composition, 'Maana ke hum'...Matlab, kya baat he Parineeti Chopra...Super Arjun Kapoor has grown up living, breathing and loving cintalented," Sushant said in a ema. He not only understands the business of cinema, but is also statement. Parineeti is making a Bollywood trivia buff. Arjun has an amazing ability to remember box office figures as well as the release dates of films.Arjun's numbers memory goes beyond just his own movies. Anyone willing to know anything about the industry, just call up Arjun. "Be it releases, box office collections or general information, knowing about films is a matter of habit for me," confesses the 2 States actor.

her singing debut in the film "Meri Pyaari Bindu". The actress will be seen playing the role of an aspiring singer."Meri Pyaari Bindu", which is directed by Akshay Roy, also stars Ayushmann Khurana, who will essay the role of a novelist in the film. Parineeti will also be seen sharing screen space with Sushant in the upcoming film "Takadum".

WheneverIgetemotional, I become'desi': Priyanka Actress Priyanka Chopra has been juggling between Indian and American characters for a while now. The National Film Award winner says that whenever she gets emotional or angry, she becomes 'desi and her 'desi' accent comes out.The 'Fashion' star has stepped into shoes of characters like Alex Parrish of the American series "Quantico" and Victoria Leeds of Hollywood film 'Baywatch'. Does her personality get influenced by the on screen characters?"I am doing this all the time. Imagine, I was shooting for 'Bajirao Mastani' during the first season of 'Quantico'. But I think it is the other way round. At times Alex gets affected by Priyanka, the personality," Priyanka said."There are some (long working) days when maybe... I am saying a dialogue (of Alex) in my way with an Indian accent. And then my dialect coach would come and remind me that I have to maintain Alex, an American girl. You know, whenever I get emotional

or angry, I suddenly become 'desi' a n d m y desi accent comes out," she added.The Padma Shri awardee believes that no matter how much she travels across the globe, she will remain an Indian by heart who wants to create and explore the diversity of our culture.And she is doing it. Marathi film "Ventilator", produced by her, won three National Films Awards this year.Apart from "Ventilator", she has shown interest in producing regional films in languages like Bengali, Punjabi and Bhojpuri.

Want to be a smart producer : Richa Bollywood actress Richa Chadda who is producing Punjabi short film "Khoon Ali Chithi" says that she wants to be a smart producer by making films which will not only benefit cinema but also prove profitable for her and financers. Present at the screening of the film on Wednesday, Richa was asked about the comercials involved in short films compared to feature film. "For short films, profits are low but at the same time investments are also low. People don't sell their homes to make short films. It's just one month earnings which is easily recoverable," the "Masaan" actress said. "Also I want to be a smart producer. I will never make a film which would only benefit cinema. But I want to make films which

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benefits me and my financers and at the same time it has to be meaningful," she said. The actress, who was part of realistic films like "Gangs of Wasseypur" and "Sarabjit", said: "Since ages we have been told that only entertaining cinema is profitable and there is no money in realistic cinema. But its not true. In fact real life is more entertaining. Even biopics work." "As far as my film is concerned, its already profitable to me as we have sold it to Royal Stag who is distributing it. They already have many of such films on the Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short Films. They are investing in the format of short films," Richa said.

No plans to work with Tiger Shroff: Ram Gopal Varma Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma says although he regrets the comments he made on Tiger Shroff, he has no plans to collaborate with the actor anytime soon. Varma had last month reacted to a magazine cover picture of Tiger and had mocked him for posing like actress Urmila Matondkar. The "Satya" director had later apologised for his remarks. Varma has teamed up with Tiger's actor father Jackie Shroff for "Sarkar 3" and when asked if he would like to collaborate with the "Baaghi" star, he told , "No... not really I don't have any such plans yet. "Jackie knows me and I spoke to him about this. I think what has happened is a matter of past. Since I have apologised, I don't want to talk about it anymore." Varma, whose tweets have often landed him controversy, had recently slammed Phantom Films after director Vikas Bahl, one of the stakeholders of the production house, was accused of molestation by a young woman. When quizzed about it, he says, "I have decided to stop saying anything on one particular person or company."


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Somebody else may give the impression to go your way with matters or leave things in your hands but it may not be as easy as it first appears to you. Their situation can become weakened rather than strengthened for the rest of the year. For this reason you need to be mindful of commitments you might be tempted to take on.

Wanting to act or move forward might be one thing but the more you contemplate the details, the more it seems there is to take into account. The determination to alter the long-term course of things will not weaken but because Taurus has very sensible character traits nor will you like to risk the security you already have.

Involvement with a group of people can benefit you in some way or somebody you know who is in a situation to put a good word forward will be willing to do just that. You could feel you need to take some sort of risk – as long as you keep this within bounds it should work in your favour. Someone else may not be happy though.

Pressure can start to come from all sorts of directions. There are commitments you need to meet but don’t allow somebody else to alter what you have decided on just because it suits them better. You need to be mindful that other people’s expectations don’t produce a lot more than is necessary for you to organise.

There is a strong possibility that you need to gather more information on where you intend to head with any situation long term. You need to ensure you do not become a slave to circumstance in some way through perhaps being too optimistic and not going into the details well enough. See if these goals lose their shine by next year.

It could be almost impossible to know exactly the desires of somebody else. Anything that involves finances between you and somebody else should be treated very carefully to the end of the year. This is especially so with any investment advice you might be given. You could be on different wavelengths in this area.

You may need to question any personal sacrifice you are willing to make for the benefit of others. This could have been occurring already but there comes a turning point now that will last to the end of the year that you see you disadvantaged if you are not careful. Much has to do with being too generous of yourself. Scale it down.

Making good sense of information or putting information to good use will be easy if you remained focussed on the details or taking one step at a time. If you ponder the big picture too much it can easily take you off track. The same can be said for factors that at the present time are unknown. Wait for them to surface, as they will.

Securing the support you need for any creative project should not be difficult. What could be is the financial side. There is a turning point taking place when it comes to money for creative purposes that will remain in effect to the end of the year. You will need to be able to show that you can get the most out of what will be spent.

An excellent time for you to apply your mind to ridding yourself of the unnecessary so that you become freed up to get a good structure in place. If you don’t focus on this you could generate a lot more obligation for yourself than is necessary. It is possible you realise this from past experience and this can make you determined.

It could be difficult to make final decisions about anything you feel compelled to get rid of or bring to an end, mainly because you feel the future will be better off as a result. There is no harm in considering this until the end of the year, especially if you feel you could benefit from gathering more information without rushing.

Money matters still seem to take priority, especially if other people are involved or are putting you under pressure. Focus on your own priorities and whatever you think best for your own situation. A slowing down or turning around is beginning to take place now, which can have the effect of these matters not moving in a hurry.

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Dn-ishq TIk, Dn-lfB, injI-jn-sihXog, siQr-sMpdf-ivvfd, sMqfn-pwK sLuwB, dusLmx mjLbUq, iesqrI-suwK, kfrobfr bfry icMqf. mfrc 18, 19, 27, 28 asLuwB hn.

10  mkr-vfXU ivkfr, Dn-lfB, Brf nUM ksLt, sMpqI-ivvfd sulJy, sMqfn-pwK sLuwB, iesqrIpwK qoN suwK, kfrobfr ivwc qrwkI. apRYl 20, 21, 22 asLuwB hn.

11  kuMB-ishq TIk, GrylU JgVy, injI-jnF nfl myl hovy. sMpdf-lfB, sMqfn bfry icMqf, iesqrI-ksLt, kfrobfr ivwc pRgqI. apRYl 15, 16, 17, 25, 26 asLuwB hn.

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

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mIn-ishq Krfb, pyt ivwc gVbV, Dn-lfB, Brf df suwK, sMpdf-lfB, sMqfn bfry icMqf, iesqrI-ksLt, kfrobfr ivwc pRgqI. apRYl 15, 16, 17 25, 26 asLuwB hn.

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‘ «ÎÒÓ «¬º’ ÈÚª ÓØÛ : Í∆¡≈ Ú≈‹Í≈¬∆ ‡∂ÒÀ∫‡ ‘∆ È‘∆∫ «’√Ó «ÎÒÓ “Ò≈Ò ≥◊” ÂØ∫ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉∆ Í≈∆ Ù∞» ’È Ú≈Ò∆ Í∆¡≈ Ú≈‹Í≈¬∆ Á∆ ÈÚ∆∫ «ÎÒÓ “«Ó˜≈ ‹»Ò∆¡‡” «Ò∆˜ Ò¬∆ «Â¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞√ ˘ ¡≈√ ‘À «’ «¬‘ «ÎÒÓ ¿∞√ Á∂ ’∆¡ Ò¬∆ ¡«‘Ó √≈«Ï ‘ØÚ∂◊∆Õ ’¬∆ Áº÷‰ Ì≈Â∆ «ÎÒÓª «Úº⁄ ’≥Ó ’ ⁄π’ º ∆ Í∆¡≈ ‘∞‰ º’ ’¬∆ «Ú«◊¡≈ÍȪ ”⁄ Ú∆ ’≥Ó ’ ⁄πº’∆ ‘ÀÕ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ Á∂ Ù«‘ÈÙ≈‘ ¡«ÓÂ≈Ì Ïº⁄È ¡Â∂ «’z’‡ Ó«‘≥Á «√≥ÿ ËØÈ∆ √Ó∂ ’¬∆ ‘√Â∆¡ª È≈Ò «Ú«◊¡≈ÍÈ «ÎÒÓª Á≈ √À∫’Û≈ Ó≈ ⁄π’ º ∆ ¿∞µÂ ÍzÁÙ ∂ Á∂ «¬‡≈Ú≈ Á∆ «‘‰ Ú≈Ò∆ Í∆¡≈ ¡È∞√≈ ¿∞√ Á∆ ¡◊Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ “«Ó˜≈ ‹»Ò∆¡‡” ‘ Ú◊ Á∂ ÁÙ’ª ˘ ¡≈’«Ù ’∂◊∆Õ Í∆¡≈ Áº√Á∆ ‘À, ““Íz∂Ó ’Ê≈ ¿∞µÂ∂ ¡≈Ë≈ «¬‘ «ÎÒÓ ÁÙ’ª ˘ ‘√≈¬∂◊∆Õ «ÎÒÓ Á∂ ‡zÒ ∂  ¡Â∂ ◊∆ª ˘ √Ø Ù Ò Ó∆‚∆¡≈ ”Â∂ ⁄≥ ◊ ≈ «√ͪ√ «ÓÒ «‘≈ ‘ÀÕ ÓÀ˘ ¿∞Ó∆Á ‘À «’

Ú∆ ˜»∆ : ¡’ÙÀ

«ÎÒÓ ÁÙ’ª Á∆ Ì∆Û «‡’‡ «÷Û’∆ ”Â∂ «÷º⁄‰ «Úº⁄ √ÎÒ ‘ØÚ◊ ∂ ∆Õ Ó∂∂ Ò¬∆ ‘ ⁄∆˜ ‡«Èß◊ Íπ¡≈«¬≥‡ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ ‘ «¬º’ «ÎÒÓ, ‘ «¬º’ «Ú«◊¡≈ÍÈ ‡«Èß◊ Íπ¡≈«¬≥‡ ‘∞Á ≥ ≈ ‘À, «’¿∞∫«’ ¿∞√∂ «¬º’ ⁄∆˜ ˘ Á∂÷ ’∂ Â∞‘≈‚≈ ¡≈ÂÓ «ÚÙÚ≈√ ÚËÁ≈ ‘À, Â∞‘≈‚∆ ÍzÎ Ø ≈¬∆Ò «Úº⁄ «¬º’ ÈÚ∆∫ ⁄∆˜ ‹∞ÛÁ∆ ‘À Â∂ ¿∞√ Á∂ ˜∆¬∂ Â∞‘≈˘ Á»‹≈ ’≥Ó «ÓÒÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡≈‚∆ÙÈ Â∞‘≈˘ ‘ ⁄∆˜ Ò¬∆ Á∂‰∂ ÍÀ∫Á∂ ‘ÈÕ Í∆¡≈ È∂ «’‘≈ «’ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ ¿∞√ Á≈ «’Á≈ ’≈Î∆ Ω⁄’ ‘ÀÕ «ÎÒÓ “«Ó˜∆ ‹»Ò∆¡‡” «Úº⁄ ¿∞√ È∂ «¬º’ ¡«‹‘∆ ÒÛ’∆ Á≈ «’Á≈ «ÈÌ≈«¬¡≈ ‘À, ‹Ø ¡≈͉∂ Ì≈Úª «Úº⁄ Úº‚∆ ‘ج∆ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞√ ”⁄ ÒÛ’∆¡ª Ú≈Ò∆ ’ج∆ ◊ºÒ È‘∆∫ Â∂ ¿∞‘ ÒÛ«’¡ª Úª◊ ◊≈Ò∑ª ’º„Á∆ ‘ÀÕ Í∆¡≈ È∂ Áº«√¡≈, ““«ÎÒÓ Á∂ Ò∆‚ ¡À’‡ ÁÙÈ ’∞Ó≈ “ÓÀ∆’≈Ó” Â∂ “√Ï‹∆” «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉∂ ÁÓÁ≈ ¡«ÌÈÀ Á∆ ͤ≈‰ Á∂ ⁄πº’∂ ‘ÈÕ «ÎÒÓ Á∆ «˜¡≈Á≈Â Ù»«‡≥◊ ÏÈ≈√ «Úº⁄ ‘ج∆ ‘ÀÕ

¡À’ÙÈ ’È≈ ‘∞‰ √«‘‹ «‹‘∆ ◊ºÒ : Â≈Í√∆ Â≈Í√∆ Í≥˘ «¬‘ Ȫ¡ ‘∞‰ «’√∂ ‹≈‰-ͤ≈‰ Á≈ ÓØ‘Â≈˜ È‘∆∫, Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º , ‡≈Ò∆Ú∞‚ º , Áº÷‰ Â∂ ÁÙ’ª Ò¬∆, «‘≥Á∆ «¯ÒÓª Á∂ «Í¡≈∂ Í≥‹≈ω Â≈Í√∆ ˘ Í√≥Á ’Á∂ ‘ÈÕ Ï∆-‡≈¿±È Á∂ «÷‚≈∆ ¡’ÙÀ ’∞Ó≈ Á∆ ª ¿∞‘ ÓÈÍ√≥Á ¡«ÌÈ∂Â∆ ‘À Â∂ “Ï∂Ï∆” ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á “È≈Ó ÙÏ≈È≈” È≈Ò Â≈Í√∆ È∂ ¡≈͉∆ ϺÒ∂-ϺÒ∂ ’Ú≈¬∆ ‘ÀÕ ‘∞‰ “‹∞ÛÚªB” ÈÚ∆∫ «¯ÒÓ ˘ ÒÀ ’∂ ¿∞√ «Ú⁄ ÷≈√ ¿∞ÂÙ≈‘ ‘ÀÕ «⁄ª Ï≈¡Á ‚∂«Ú‚ ËÚÈ È≈Ò «¯ÒÓ «ÓÒ∆, ª Â≈Í√∆ Á∂ ÍÀ ËÂ∆ ÂØ∫ ⁄≈-⁄≈ Îπ‡ º ¿∞Í ¿∞· ‘∂ ‘ÈÕ AII@ Á∆ “‹∞ÛÚª” Á≈ ∆Ó∂’ “‹∞ÛÚª-B” ‘ÀÕ ≥Ì≈ Ú≈Ò∆ ̱«Ó’≈ Â≈Í√∆ ‘∞‰ “‹∞ÛÚª-B” ”⁄ «ÈÌ≈¡ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ √π‰È ”⁄ ¡≈«¬¡≈ ‘À «’ “‹∞ÛÚª-B” ”⁄ Ú∆ ¿∞‘ Ó≈Ë≈Û Ú≈Ò≈ «’Á≈ ¡Á≈ ’ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ “«Í≥’” ÂØ∫ Ï≈¡Á ⁄«⁄ ‘ج∆ Â≈Í√∆ Ò¬∆ ¡À’ÙÈ ’È≈ ‘∞‰ √«‘‹ «‹‘∆ ◊ºÒ ‘ÀÕ Â≈Í√∆ Á∂ Íz√√ ≥ ’ ◊∞¡ª„∆ ÓπÒ’ ”⁄ Ú∆ ’≈Î∆ ‘ÈÕ Â≈Í√∆ Á∆ “È≈Ó ÙÏ≈È≈” È∂ ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ ̺‡ Á∆¡ª «¯ÒÓª ˘ Í∂ ’ «Á÷≈«¬¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ¡√¯ÒÂ≈ ÂØ∫ ‘Ó∂Ù≈ ‘∆ ¿∞√ ˘ ‚ «‹‘≈ Òº◊Á≈ «‘≈ ‘ÀÕ Â≈Í√∆ ‘∞‰ ’≈ÓÔ≈Ï∆ Á∂ Ê ”Â∂ ‘∆ √Ú≈ ‘ÀÕ “‹∞ÛÚª-B” Á∂ ◊≈‰∂ “¿±∫⁄∆ ‘À «ÏÒ«‚≥◊” Ò¬∆ Â≈Í√∆ È∂ ‹ÏÁ√ ‚ª√ Á∂ ¡À’ÙÈ Ú∞‰ ËÚÈ È≈Ò «Á÷≈¬∂ ‘ÈÕ ¡º‹’Ò∑ Â≈Í√∆ ÒßÁÈ ”⁄ ‘À Â∂ «¬√ «¯ÒÓ Á∆ Ù»«‡≥◊ ’ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ ÒßÁÈ ”⁄ Â≈Í√∆ Á∂ Íz√≥√’ ÷πÙ ‘ÈÕ ÒßÁÈ Ô»È∆Ú«√‡∆ Á∂ «Ú«Á¡≈Ê∆ Ú∆ Â≈Í√∆ Á∂ ‚ª√ ÂØ∫ ’≈Î∆ ÍzÌ≈«Ú ‘ج∂Õ Ú∞‰ Â∂ Â≈Í√∆ Á∆ ‹ØÛ∆ Ò◊ «‘≈ ‘À «‹Ú∂∫ «¬√ √≈Ò Á∆ √Ì ÂØ∫ ’≈ÓÔ≈Ï «¯ÒÓ∆ ‹ØÛ∆ ‘ØÚ∂◊∆Õ Â≈Í√∆ Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ “‹∞ÛÚª-B” ÷≈√ ‘ÀÕ «¬’ «¬‘ √‡≈ √ÒÓ≈È Á∆ ̱«Ó’≈ Á≈ ∆Ó∂’, Á»√≈ «ÈÁ∂Ù’ ‚∂«Ú‚È ËÚÈ, Â∆√≈ È≈Ò Ú∞‰ ËÚÈ Â∂ √Ì ÂØ∫ ¡«‘Ó «¯ÒÓ Ó≈Ë≈Û Ú≈Ò∆ «Á÷ Â∂ È≈Ò ‘∆ «‘º‡ ◊∆Â√≥◊∆ Â∂ “¿±∫⁄∆ ‘À «ÏÒ«‚≥◊“ ◊≈‰∂ Á≈ ‚ª√ ‘∆ Â≈Í√∆ ¡È∞√≈ «¯ÒÓ ˘ ‹ÏÁ√ ˙Í«Èß◊ «ÁÚ≈¬∂◊≈Õ Â≈Í√∆ Á∆ ‹ÏÁ√ ҫ‘ «¬Ê∂ Ï≈Ò∆Ú∞º‚ ”⁄ ⁄Ò ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ

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Óπ≥Ϭ∆ Á∆¡ª ‘˜≈ª ’∞Û∆¡ª ˘ Ó≈ÙÒ ¡≈‡ Á∆ ‡∂«Èß◊ Á∂ ’∂ ¿∞È∑ª «Úº⁄ √πº«÷¡≈ Á∆ Ì≈ÚÈ≈ ‹◊≈¿∞‰ Ú≈Ò≈ ¡’ÙÀ ’∞ Ó ≈ ‡∂ Ò À ∫ ‡ ÂØ ∫ Úº Ë «’√Ó ˘ Ó≥ÈÁ≈ ‘ÀÕ ¿∞√ Á≈ ’«‘‰≈ ‘À «’ «¬È√≈È ”⁄ «’≥È≈ Ú∆ ‡∂ÒÀ∫‡ ‘ØÚ∂, ‹∂ ¿∞√ Á∆ «’√Ó √≈Ê È≈ ÁØÚ∂ ª ¿∞‘ √‘∆ Ó≥«˜Ò ”Â∂ È‘∆∫ Í‘∞≥⁄ √’Á≈Õ ¡’ÙÀ Á≈ ¡√Ò∆ Ȫ ≈‹∆Ú ‘∆˙Ó Ì≈‡∆¡≈ ‘ÀÕ «ÁºÒ∆ Á∂ ⁄ªÁÈ∆ ⁄Ω’ Á∆¡ª ◊Ò∆¡ª «Úº⁄ ¡≈͉≈ Ï⁄ÍÈ «ÏÂ≈¿∞ ‰ Ú≈Ò∂ ¡’ÙÀ Á∆ «˜≥ Á ◊∆ «Úº ⁄ ’¬∆ ¿∞  ≈¡-⁄Û∑ ≈ ¡ ¡≈¬∂ Õ «’‘≈ ‹ªÁ≈ ‘À «’ «¬º’ Ú≈ ·∆’ Â∑ª ÍÛ∑≈¬∆ È≈ ’È ¿∞µÂ∂ ¿∞√ Á∂ «ÍÂ≈ È∂ ¿∞√ ˘ ’∞º«‡¡≈ Ú∆ √∆Õ «ÍÂ≈ È∂ Íπº«¤¡≈ «’ ‹∂ ÍÛ∑∂∫ ◊≈-«Ò÷∂∫ ◊≈ È‘∆∫ ª ’∆ ω∂◊≈? ¿∞ÁØ∫ ≈‹∆Ú (¡’ÙÀ) È∂ ‹Ú≈Ï «ÁºÂ≈, “ÓÀ∫ ‘∆Ø Ï‰ª◊≈Õ” ¿∞‘ «ÁºÒ∆ ÂØ ∫ «‹¿± Ò ∆ «Ò¡≈ ’∂ Óπ ≥ Ï ¬∆ «Úº ⁄ Ú∂⁄Á≈ √∆Õ ’ØÒ’≈Â≈ «Úº⁄ «¬º’ ‡zÀÚÒ ¬∂‹≥‡ Á∂ ’ØÒ ÈΩ’∆ ’∆Â∆ Â∂ «¬º’ ‘Ø‡Ò «Úº⁄ Ú∂‡ Á≈ Ú∆ ’≥Ó ’∆Â≈Õ ÏÀ∫’≈’ «Úº⁄ Ó≈ÙÒ ¡≈‡ «√º÷∆Õ ¡≈͉∂ BF

√≈Ò Á∂ «ÎÒÓ∆ ’∆¡ «Úº⁄ A@@ ÂØ∫ ÚºË «ÎÒÓª ’È Ú≈Ò∂ «¬√ “«÷Ò≈Û∆” È∂ ¡≈͉∆ Í«‘Ò∆ «ÎÒÓ «Úº⁄ «√Î √ºÂ √À«’≥‚ Á≈ ØÒ ’∆Â≈Õ √Ú∂∂ ‹ÒÁ∆ ¿∞ · ‰ Á∆ ¡≈Á Ú≈Ò∂ ¡’ÙÀ Á≈ Ó≥ȉ≈ ‘À «’ ¡À’‡ «‹‘Ø «‹‘≈ Ú∆ ‘ØÚ∂, √Ì ÂØ∫ Í«‘Òª ¿∞√ ˘ «¬º’ ⁄≥◊≈ «¬È√≈È ‘Ø ‰ ≈ ⁄≈‘∆Á≈ ‘À Õ ¡’ÙÀ ’«‘≥Á≈ ‘À, ÓÀ∫ Ú∆ ≈‹∂Ù ÷≥È≈ ’ØÒ ’≥Ó Ó≥◊‰ «◊¡≈ √∆Õ ¿∞√ √Ó∂∫ ¿∞‘ «ÎÒÓ “‹À ‹À «ÙÚ Ù≥’” ω≈ ‘∂ √ÈÕ ¿∞È∑ª Á∆ «ÎÒÓ ”⁄ ’≥Ó Ì≈Ú∂∫ È‘∆∫ «Ó«Ò¡≈, Í «’√Ó È∂ ÓÀ˘ ¿∞È∑ª Á≈ ‹Ú≈¬∆ ω≈ «ÁºÂ≈Õ

˜∆È Á≈ «ÁÒ ◊≈«¬’≈ Ï‰È ˘ ÒØ⁄Á≈ «Í¡≈

√ÒÓ≈È ı≈È Á∆ ÷Ø‹ “Ú∆” ◊Ò ˜∆È ı≈È Â∂ ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ ̺‡ Á∆ ¡≈Ú≈˜ ”⁄ ÷πÓ≈ ⁄Û∑ «◊¡≈ ‘ÀÕ «Ó√ ı≈È ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ Á≈ ◊≈«¬¡≈ ◊∆ “«¬’ ’∞Û∆” ¡≈͉∂ «ÓºÂÂ≈ Á≈«¬∂ ˘ √π‰≈ ‘∆ ‘ÀÕ «¬√ «Í¤∂ Ú∆ ≈˜ ‘À Â∂ ¿∞‘ «¬‘ ‘À «’ ˜∆È Á≈ «ÁÒ Ú∆ «Í·ÚÂ∆ ◊≈«¬’≈ Ï‰È ˘ ÒØ⁄Á≈ «Í¡≈ ‘ÀÕ ˜∆È ˘ ‹≈È ¡Ï≈‘Ó Á∂ È≈Ò ”⁄Ø «È’Ò ’∂ Ì≈◊≈” «¯ÒÓ «ÓÒ ‘∆ √∆ Í ◊ºÒ «ÈÁ∂Ù’ ¡Ó ’Ω«Ù’ Á∂ ÷≈È∂ È‘∆∫ ͬ∆ Â∂ ˜∆È È∂ ¡≈Ò∆¡≈ Á≈ ◊≈«¬¡≈ «¬’ ‘Ø ◊∆ “√Ófi≈Úª” √π‰ ’∂ ¡≈͉∂ Ïπfi∂ ‘ج∂ «ÁÒ ˘ «ÁÒ≈√≈ Á∂ «Ò¡≈Õ «¬‘ «¯ÒÓ ‘∞‰ ˜∆È Á∆ ʪ ”Â∂ ÂÓ≥È≈ Ì≈‡∆¡≈ ˘ «ÓÒ ◊¬∆ ‘ÀÕ «ÈÁ∂Ù’ Ó≈«‹Á È≈Ò «¬’ Ï≥◊Ò≈ Â∂ «¬≈È∆ «¯ÒÓ Á∆ ˜» ˜∆È ˘ ¿∞Ó∆Á ‘ÀÕ ˜∆È Á≈ «ÁÓ≈◊ √Ø⁄Á≈ ‘À «’ «¬√ √Ó∂∫ ¡≈͉∂ ıÂÓ ‘Ø ⁄πº’∂ ’À∆¡ ˘ ÓπÛ ‹∆Ú ’È Ò¬∆ ‹ª ª ¿∞‘ «¯ÒÓ∆ ◊≈«¬’≈ ω∂ Â∂ ‹ª «Î ¿∞√ ˘ ’ج∆ “Ï≈«¬˙«Í’” «¯ÒÓ «ÓÒ∂Õ Èß«ÁÂ≈ Á≈√ È∂ ‹Á “Ó≥‡”Ø Èª¡ Á∆ Ï≈«¬˙«Í’ Á≈ ¡ÀÒ≈È ’∆Â≈ ÂÁ ˜∆È È∂ Èß«ÁÂ≈ È≈Ò √≥Í’ ’≈«¬Ó ’∆Â≈Õ «’‘≈ ª «¬‘ Ú∆ ‹≈ «‘≈ ‘À «’ ◊∆Â’≈ ‹≈Ú∂Á ¡ıÂ È∂ Ú∆ ˜∆È Á∆ «√Î≈Ù Èß«ÁÂ≈ Á≈√ ˘ ’∆Â∆ «’ √π¡≈Á ‘√È Ó≥‡Ø ”Â∂ Ï‰È Ú≈Ò∆ “Ó≥‡Ø” «¯ÒÓ ”⁄ ¿∞√ ˘ ÒÀ «Ò¡≈ ‹≈Ú∂Õ ÈÚ≈‹»Á∆È «√Á∆’∆ ‹∂’ Ó≥È «◊¡≈ ª ˜∆È Á≈ ·ß„≈ ÍÀ «‘≈ ’À∆¡ ÓπÛ Ó⁄‰≈ Ù∞» ‘Ø √’Á≈ ‘ÀÕ ˜∆È Òÿ» «¯ÒÓ “‡ΩÎ∆” Á∂ √Àµ‡ ”Â∂ Ú∆ «Á÷≈¬∆ «ÁºÂ∆ ‘≈Òª«’ Â≈«‘≈ ’ÙÔÍ È≈Ò ÁØ√Â∆ ’≈È ¿∞‘ √Àµ‡ ”Â∂ «√¯ Â≈«‘≈ ˘ Ù∞ºÌ ’≈ÓÈ≈Úª Á∂‰ ◊¬∆ √∆Õ ¡≈Ô»ÙÓÈ ÷π≈È≈, Óπ’Ù ∂ ¤≈ÏÛ≈, ‹≈Ú∂Á ¡ıÂ «Â≥È «Ú¡’Â∆ ‘È, «‹È∑ª È∂ ˜∆È ı≈È Á∂ Ȫ¡ Á∆ «√Î≈Ù ’∆Â∆ ‘ÀÕ


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Friday, May 5th, 2017

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LET’S KEEP BC STRONG! RE-ELECT

DARRYL PLECAS mYN quhfzI kImqI vot mMg irhf hF 9 meI vfsqy- dyKo pVHo ikAuN. I AM ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE ON TUESDAY MAY 9 AND HERE’S WHY. mjLbUq afriQkqf nMU kfiem rwKx vfsqy MAINTAINING A STRONG ECONOMY. The main issues facing Abbotsford, in my view, is maintaining a strong economy – one that is diversified, sustainable, and one that is able to weather the storms of an ever-changing global economy. As the leader in economic growth in the country, we will continue to strengthen the economy by inspiring new business development, resource development, and by creating an environment the enables businesses to thrive, be competitive on a world stage, and provide good paying jobs. Attention to the economy is critical because it is through businesses and the people they employ that brings revenue into government – revenue that enables us to keep taxes low and pay for health, education, social services, transportation, seniors care, and other services that matter so much to all of us. aPOrzybl GrF leIy AFFORDABLE HOUSING. Secondly, we need housing to be more affordable for everyone needing a home, and we need supportive housing. However, the challenge for government is enormous. We have already built 24,000 new affordable housing units, we have committed to 5,300 more, we provide rental subsidies to more than 30,000 households, we provide housing and support for people with specific challenges, we introduced a program to help 42,000 households buy a new home. Still more is needed and I am committed to this initiative. bhuq hI loVH vMdF dI shfieqf vfsqy HELP THE MOST VULNERABLE. Thirdly, we need to develop a greater capacity to be helpful to those most vulnerable in our society – those with mental health issues, addiction issues, disability issues, men and women in crisis, and those who are homeless. Many need more money just to get by. But they also need a more sophisticated system of on-going support than has been in place historically. In very recent years we have worked hard to build that system.

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Emergency tips for seniors and people with special needs (NC) While disasters and emergencies affect everyone, their impact on people with special needs is often compounded by a reliance on electrical power, elevators, and accessible transportation — all of which can be compromised in these situations. Public Safety Canada offers these tips for seniors and people with special needs: 1. Create a personal support network of at least three people who can help. Ensure they are aware of your needs (such as prescription medication) and how to operate any equipment you may require.

notify others of your whereabouts if you need assistance. 5. Create a basic emergency kit tailored to meet your specific needs. Some basic items to include are prescription eyewear and footwear, copies of all medication prescriptions, an extra supply of medications (if possible) and vitamin supplements, latex-free gloves (to give to anyone providing personal care to you), extra dentures and cleaner, and a list of all medical supplies and equipment related your medical condition. You may also wish to include special devices such as canes, walkers, lightweight manual wheelchairs, hearing aids, breathing apparatuses, blood glucose monitoring devices, and whatever batteries or other supplies are needed to operate them.

2. Make an emergency contact list with the names and phone numbers of your personal support network, doctors, neighbours, etc. Keep a copy of this list handy and share it with your personal support network. 6. If you have a pet or service animal, bring it 3. Familiarize yourself with all escape routes with you in case of an evacuation and have an and the locations of emergency doors and exits emergency plan for your animal as well. In your emergency kit, include food and other items for in your home. your pet or service animal. 4. Have a panic button installed in the building where you work or live so that you can Find more information at www.getprepared.ca.

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ANAND Irrigation Well Pump Installation and Service

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• Irrigation Installation

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• Farm Drains

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Workers Wanted: Welder & General helper good wages, must speak English, knowledge of Punjabi will be an asset We Specialize in Blueberry Draining Systems

Call Tarsem Singh at 604-897-2152 or 604-852-0552

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Employment Wanted F/T In Home Child Caregiver to work from a Mission home 40 hrs/wk $11.50 hr help take care our 1 child. Both parents work full time. Must be able to read/speak English. Drop & pick from school, prepare meals, snacks, help with homework, after school activities, appointments, light housekeeping duties. "Optional accommodation available at no charge on a live-in basis. Note: This is not a condition of employment" baltejsekhon99@gmail.com Baltej Sekhon & 604-533-3228

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Help Wanted General Farm workers required on a berry farm in Abbotford, BC. Duties include harvesting, cultivation, sorting fruit, spraying, irrigation, lifting berry containers, packing, pruning, tying as well other general farm work duties. Must be productive. Should be able to work with farm machinery and be able to work in difficult weather condition. Should be able to work with others. Experience preferred. 40-70 hrs/week. Up to 14 month term. Beginning June 20th, 2017. $10.85/hr. Fax resume to 604-8507612 or mail to Kahlon Farms Ltd. 262 Columbia St. Abbotsford, BC V2T 5X6.

FARM LABOURERS WANTED Deol Farms, located at 1354 272nd St., Aldergrove, BC V4W 2P9, is looking for seasonal employment for field maintenance and harvesting raspberries and blueberries from May 15th till winter 2016 for $10.85 per hour, 45 to 60 hours per week. Individuals must be prepared to work long hours outdoors in conditions that are physically demanding. This position requires the ability to work repetitive tasks in various weather conditions. Fax resume to (604) 607-0841.

Services nsLy Cwzx leI jy qusIN sLrfb jF zrwg dy kfrn musIbq ivwc ho aqy Cwzx leI mdwd dy cfhvfn ho qF jOhn nUM Pon kro: 604-859-8244 jF 778-7791337 jF jjt.fvu@gmail.com

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Announcements Change of Name

I, JASVIR SINGH BRAR, S/o Harnaik Singh Brar, holder of Indian Passport No. G9996955, issued at Kuala Lumpur, on 12 January 2009, permanent resident of VPO: Chaina, Teh: Jaitu, Distt: Faridkot, Punjab, India, and presently residing at 3240 Goldfinch Street, Abbotsford BC Canada V2T 5R8 do hereby change my name from JASVIR SINGH to JASVIR SINGH BRAR, with immediate effect.

In home child caregiver required for a 2 year old. This is a full time, contract position. Wage: $11.50 per hr, Location: Abbotsford B.C, Language: English. Skills: High school &1-2 years experience or training. Duties: supervise & care for child. Preparing meals and feeding the child. Doing all personal care for the child including: bathing, dressing and changing diapers. Person should also maintain a safe, clean and healthy environment. He/she will also be responsible for taking hild to and from appointments. Optional accomodation available at no charge on a live in basis. Note: This is not a condition of employment. Contact: Sukhi 604.832.9822 or email: sukhi_g89@hotmail.com


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Established Dry Cleaning Business and Building For Sale in Chilliwack For Sale $199,000 - Well established, turn-key dry cleaning business in prime Chilliwack location. Over 25 years in operation grossing over $200K annually. Equipment in immaculate condition. Building sold xseparately iksy vI qrHF being rYnovysLn krvfAu leI sMprk krofor $649,000 - 3,600 sq. ft. storefront commercial building on 10,000 sq. ft. lot. Potential to be split into two units. Financials and equipment list available. Call

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Ph. 604-855-0020 Email: gurmatcenter@gmail.com

Gurmat Center Summer Camp Teacher Gurdwara Sahib Kalgidhar Darbar 30640 Blueridge Drive, Abbotsford, BC

Posting Date: April 24, 2017

Company: The Gurmat Center Society is a non-profit organization that teaches children faith based education involving Punjabi language, scripture reading, Gatka, and Gurmat Camps.

Job Description: Your main responsibilities will be looking after and teaching students that have enrolled in the Summer School Gurmat Camp. The camp involves a variety of activities that the campers will be engaged in; Sikh studies, Language Arts, Math, Punjabi, Indian Classical Music, Gatka, sports and recreation. The camper age will range between KG to grade 5 only. On a day-to-day basis, you will be expected to collaborate with fellow teachers, volunteers and with the Camp Director to provide an experiential curriculum that strengthens the students’ academic skills, social development, physical fitness, and spiritual well-being. The Camp teachers will be role models at every turn to support both students and fellow staff. Each camp teacher will be responsible for 25 students and classroom volunteers. To achieve this, you will be working with another Summer School Gurmat Camp teacher along with a team of volunteers, under the direction of the Camp Director. Your work will enable the society to continue providing young Sikh youth with meaningful and positive experiences that will help them grow emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.

Requirements and Qualifications: a) b) c) d) e) f)

You must be a student between 18 and 30 years of age. You must have been registered as a full-time student during 2016-2017 academic year. You must intend to return to school on a fulltime basis in the next academic year. You must be a student in a post-secondary program. You must be a Canadian Citizen or a permanent resident. You must be entitled to work in Canada.

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You must have excellent command of the English language. h) You must be able to read, write and speak Punjabi fluently. i) You must be willing to take Basic First Aid. j) You must have a valid BC driver’s license. k) Criminal record check required. l) You must have good leadership qualities, organizational skills, and solid communication skills. m) You must be willing to shop for supplies throughout the summer.

Start Date: As early as June 1st, 2017 Finish Date: August 31, 2017 Work Schedule & Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Hourly Pay: $13.00 per hour Interview: Only candidates that are selected for interviews will be contacted. How to Apply: Resumes can only be submitted by email: gurmatcenter@gmail.com PAGE 48


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Baldev Singh Gill 

604.825.8886 NEW LISTING

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

Open House Sat May 6&7th 2-4pm

31883 Mayne Ave

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

$599,900

30540 Brookside Ave

NEW LISTING

41010 No. 2 Rd NEW LISTING

$1,889,800 NEW LISTING

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

42522 Keith Wilson Rd

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

$2,675,000 NEW LISTING

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

34641 7th Ave

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

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

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33257 Chelsea Ave

NEW LISTING

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

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

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

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$379,900

Beautiful 3 STORY HOME near Hightstreet Mall. 4 bedrooms and 2 full bath upstairs plus full basement with separate entry & R/I bathroom (potential for two bedroom suite). Newer 30676 laminate €oors and W Osprey Dr blinds.

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$524,900

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2914 Royal Street

48 - 31255 Upper Maclure

#12 3087 Immel

2620 Caboose Place

#2-30989 Westridge

37-31032 Westridge Pl.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2966 Glenavon Street #29- 31125 Westridge

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

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


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

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2363 BAKERVIEW ST, Abbotsford, British Columbia V2T3B3

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

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How backwater valves can save your home from ruin (NC) There are many unfortunate events that can affect homeowners, but sewer backup may be one of the worst. Occurring when the municipality's main sewer system is over capacity, such as during a heavy rain storm, sewer backup means sewage can get pushed into a home through the main drain pipe. Unfortunately, it happens more often than you'd think. To help prevent this problem, ask about the potential for sewer backup in the area when purchasing a house. Of course, while it's preferable to live in an area where this isn't an issue, sometimes it's unavoidable.

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“Severe weather damage claims paid by Canadian insurers increased more than 13 fold over the past 30 years,” says Glenn Cooper of Aviva Insurance. “Installing a backwater valve system is one of the best measures you can take to avoid excess water damage in your basement,” adds Cooper. A backwater valve can be the difference between having a dry basement and being knee-deep in dirty water during a storm. Also commonly referred to as a backflow valve, it can be added to your plumbing to prevent sewer water from entering your home. They're self-operating and allow water to flow from one direction only, which

prevents back-ups when the municipality's sewer systems are overloaded. If you're unsure if you need one, you can talk to your builder or plumber to weigh the pros and cons of installation. Having a backwater valve is especially important if you live in an area prone to sewer backup. Although installation is straightforward and can likely be completed by many DIY-ers, it's best to leave it to a professional. Knowing that the valve is installed and working correctly is worth the amount of money needed to pay a licensed contractor or plumber to install it. Check to see if your munici-

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33727 1st Avenue, Mission

$289,000

• Falcon Ridge • Lot size= 19,000+ sf

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34350 Bateman Road

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• LAND ONLY • Expect 225-250k production

Lot 6 Glenmore Road

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565 Marion Road

430 Bowman Road

• Land Only • Blueberry Farm • Matsqui Area

• 1 Bath • Living space= 925 sf • Strata= $346.41/

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

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122 - 32850 George Ferg Way

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36421 Florence Drive

36421 Florence Drive ........................................$485,000 2994 Eastview Street .........................................$680,000 33727 1st Avenue ...............................................$251,000 307 - 33255 Old Yale Road...............................$248,100

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Lot 1 on Glenmore Road 28028 Layman Avenue ................................. $1,400,000 6113 Beharrell Road ...................................... $1,374,900 7.09 Acres Lot B Haverman ......................... $1,298,900 5111 Tolmie Road ........................................... $1,149,900

• 7 Acres Duke • 2 Acres Blue Crop

35130 Beaton Road

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•5 min from town • Flat • BlueCrop & Duke Variety

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• Property has pool & hot tub • 4 acres is leased for Hay

4627 Dixon Raod ........................................... $2,399,000 5307 Boundary Road.........................................$874,700 39963 North Parallel Road .......................... $1,850,000 5270 Bradner Road ........................................ $1,048,900

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Fire never takes a summer vacation (NC) Did you know that cottages, mobile homes, some boats and even pop-up trailers require smoke alarms?

In addition to having your heating systems, flues and ductwork checked annually by a professional, it is prudent to install at least one carbon monoxide alarm in addition to smoke Building codes, provincial laws alarms. A working CO alarm is the and municipal bylaws have distinct only safe way to know if the gas is specifications for these types of present. dwellings. Virtually every type of camper, trailer, RV, cottage and boat Currently, Ontario and Yukon have with living, cooking or sleeping laws requiring the installation of quarters requires a working smoke CO alarms outside all sleeping areas alarm outside sleeping areas at a in any homes that contain potential minimum. carbon monoxide sources. But with fatalities and near-misses continuing Many dwellings also contain devices across the country, more provinces that generate carbon monoxide (CO). are considering similar legislation. Known as the silent killer, this lethal gas is colourless, odourless and taste- On or before the May long weekend, less. It's emitted from fuel-burning fire safety officials advise to take sources such as wood stoves, wood, stock of your smoke and CO alarms oil, propane or gas fireplaces, appli- before you kick into leisure mode. ances, stoves, heaters, coolers and Fresh batteries should be installed generators. It is also present in boat and cobwebs and dust lightly vacuand vehicle exhaust. umed off

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It is equally important to check the age of your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Over time, sensors can become obstructed with dust, cooking grime and other airborne contaminants. Even if it sounds when you push the test button, any smoke alarm over 10 years old must be replaced. Likewise, replace CO alarms every 7 to 10 years, depending on the brand. To determine an alarm's, manufacturing dates can normally be found on stickers or under the alarm cover. Replacement rules apply whether an alarm is hardwired, battery powered or plug-in. When replacing outdated alarms, today's new technology makes safety simpler than ever. Kidde, the country's leading manufacturer of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, offers a broad “worry-free� lineup. Many

models contain intelligent sensors that can help reduce false alarms. But the main selling feature is the alarm's 10-year sealed lithium battery that is activated upon installation. It never needs to be replaced for the alarm's entire lifespan. This summer, whether you vacation in a cottage, RV, trailer or watercraft, think fire and carbon monoxide safety before cracking that first cold one of the season. Find more summer safety tips at www.safeathome.ca.


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The Right Realtors for Today’s Market!

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$399,000

• Vacant Lot • 5,400 sq ft. • Excellent for investors • Surrounded by Multi Family buildings • City residential OCP for higher density. • Close to shopping & City Center

10-8358 121A St, Surrey

3454 SIDEGROVE CRT

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2083 BEAVER ST CLINTON AVENUE

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King Road

Lantern Ave

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TO SELL YOUR HOUSE OR PROPERTY FAST OR TO BUY, CALL US FOR EXCELLENT SERVICE

Raman Dhillon

Personal Real Estate Corporation

778-552-5675

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R E A LT Y I N C .

16 BRAND NEW HOUSES IN HOPE

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FARMS

RESIDENTIAL

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MISSION

6 New Homes

Under Construction

Townline Area. Call for more info.

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

$799,900

32685 TARLTON PL

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

COMMERCIAL

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

$999,999

2164 MERLOT BLVD

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

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

3431 VISTA COURT

Starting $275,000

$1,449,000

2682 MAHOGANY DR

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

New House Bare Land

$2,099,000

1404 HOPE ROAD

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

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

35 ACRES

40 ACRES

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

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

31 ACRES 4 ACRES

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

$ 774,700

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

LOT FOR SALE

LANGLEY

3507 HILL PARK PLACE

5,054.00 sq.ft.

$649,000

32276 ADAIR AVE

$869,000

3176 ENGINEER CRES

$989,888

2586 RAILCAR CRES

2 bdrm + 8267 sq. NEW ft. Lot HOME 1 bdrm suite

$2,499,000

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

SURREY

Industrial Warehouse

$849,000

11185 FARMS ROAD

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

35062 HARRIS ROAD

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

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

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

8 Brand New HOUSES! in Promontory Area Chillwack! 2 & 3 Storey Houses Available NOW!

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TO SELL YOUR HOUSE OR PROPERTY FAST OR TO BUY, CALL US FOR EXCELLENT SERVICE

Raman Dhillon

Personal Real Estate Corporation

778-552-5675

Gurpreet Singh Chahal www.gurpreetsinghchahal.com gurpc@hotmail.com

604.864.7107

R E A LT Y I N C .

16 BRAND NEW HOUSES IN HOPE

ibjins vIjLy ‘qy afAux vfilLaF leI suinhrI mOkf

aYgjLI ivwc kmrsLIal iblizMg ivkfAU hY, ies ivwc 2 rYjLIzYNsLIal Xuint hn| 2300 skueyar Puwt kmrsLIal jgHf ivwc qusIN afpxI psMd df stor Kol skdy ho aqy Auwpr irhfiesL kr skdy ho jF ikrfey ‘qy dy skdy ho| kImq isrP $469,800

FARMS

RESIDENTIAL

ABBOTSFORD

MISSION

6 New Homes

Under Construction

Townline Area. Call for more info.

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

$799,900

3431 VISTA COURT

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

COMMERCIAL

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

$999,999

2164 MERLOT BLVD

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

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

32685 TARLTON PL

Starting $275,000

$1,449,000

2682 MAHOGANY DR

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

New House Bare Land

$2,099,000

1404 HOPE ROAD

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

MISSION

0 AVENUE

0 AVENUE

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

35 ACRES

40 ACRES

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

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

31 ACRES 4 ACRES

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

$ 774,700

ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD ABBOTSFORD

LOT FOR SALE

LANGLEY

3507 HILL PARK PLACE

5,054.00 sq.ft.

$649,000

32276 ADAIR AVE

$869,000

3176 ENGINEER CRES

$989,888

2586 RAILCAR CRES

2 bdrm + 8267 sq. NEW ft. Lot HOME 1 bdrm suite PAGE R10

$2,499,000

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

SURREY

Industrial Warehouse

$849,000

11185 FARMS ROAD

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

35062 HARRIS ROAD

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

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

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

8 Brand New HOUSES! in Promontory Area Chillwack! 2 & 3 Storey Houses Available NOW!


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Consider your present and future lifestyle Before you begin shopping for your home, reviewing your lifestyle, both now and in the future will make a big difference in the type of home you may need. You will save time. You will define your goals. You are likely to find the home you want, quicker, because you will not waste your efforts viewing homes that do not meet your criteria. Look at your lifestyle right now. Are there some areas you would like to

change? Consider your lifestyle a few years from now? Will it remain the same? Will your needs increase or decrease? Will you need a small or large home to meet your lifestyle needs? Perhaps the attic or basement can be converted into additional living space. Do you have preschoolers? In a few years they will be teenagers, perhaps looking to move out and establish their own home. Perhaps your children have already left and you do not need a large home. Do you have an idea of how long you would like to stay in your home? Two years? Five years? Where do you spend the most time? Kitchen? Basement? Kitchens and family rooms are often gathering places. Be sure these areas are large enough. What about entertaining? Do you need extra space to accommodate family functions? Could you convert

the basement into a family area? Do small children need a play area, or teens need a recreation area? How many bedrooms do you require? Some people like smaller spaces for children, a home office, or frequent guests. Bathrooms are among the busiest place in the home. Can the bathroom handle the traffic? Think about your employment situation. Will you be changing jobs, or accepting a promotion with another company in another location? If you are transferred, could you sell your home quickly? On another workrelated matter, how much time do you want to spend driving to and from work each day? Do you rely on public transportation? While it might take some thought to answer these questions, the effort translates into a home more flexible and suitable to your needs. The answers could also affect your resale value when it comes time to sell or upgrade. Or, if you are planning to remain in your home for a while, a different home may be more suitable. How is your maintenance-quotient? Look at your lifestyle compared to homeownership. That is, how much time do you have to spend on maintenance. Are you a gardener? Do you enjoy puttering in the garden, mowing laws and maintaining flower beds? Are you a person who enjoys fixing things

around the house? While homeownership is a desirable and wise decision, it does come with responsibilities. To maintain the value of your home, and protect your investment, you will want to ensure your home is in good condition. This means careful attention to items that need to be fixed. Often, fixing them right away is easier than waiting for an accumulation of items. Based on the age of the house, and an opinion from a Real Estate Professional, plus a home inspection you can get a good idea of future maintenance and repairs based on the age of the house. If you do not want the maintenance, a newer home, or perhaps a condominium, may be an option. On the other hand, perhaps you enjoy painting, fixing, decorating and all the assortment of items needed to maintain a home? You might find an older home in a great neighborhood that’s well below market value because it needs some work. This could be a great home improvement project, along with increasing the value of your home. However, before you decide that this project will translate into your “dream home,” be sure to realistically evaluate the situation. Will you do the work on weekends, after work? Will you hire someone, and for how much? Can you live in a mess while you renovate, or can you afford to move in after it is completed? Sometimes people move into a home thinking they will complete the work in stages. Sometimes the work gets done. Other times it does not. Prior to purchasing the home, prepare a detailed list of the work that needs to be completed, along with a realistic estimate of the cost. You prob-

ably will not be happy with a bargain home that translates into a money pit. Review the big picture Instead of a money pit, perhaps a home in better condition is a wiser choice. For example, suppose you purchase a home in good condition. This costs $10,000 more than a fixer upper. At today's mortgage rates, assuming, and staying within your monthly budget, the nice home costs you only about $65 per month more than the fixer-upper. With the fixer-upper, you will spend considerably more than $65 each month to bring it into good condition. Buying a home represents one of the biggest investments you will ever make. But that investment goes beyond financial considerations. You will want to give some careful thought to your lifestyle needs, both now and in the future. In addition, the time and money you have available for maintenance also is an important consideration for choosing the right home. Take a look at the entire picture before you purchase. A good way to truly evaluate which home is right for you, outside of price, is to consider what you absolutely must have and what you can live without. Be sure to read the article Home Buying Needs and Wants. This article will help you develop a shopping list. Before you go house hunting, prepare a list of 'can't live without' features and a list of 'would be great if...' features.

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How not to pay too much for your next home

Whether you are buying your first home, or your fifth, the process of buying a home is a detailed, timeconsuming venture. At the same time, it is an emotional period laden with difficult choices. You want to ensure that the home you purchase meets your family's needs now and in the future.

Each of these decisions often involves money. When you consider all that money it represents, you will want to ensure that you do not pay too much. This article helps you become a savvy buyer, by pointing out some of the pitfalls inherent in the home-buying process. These include such things as knowing what you want before you begin shopping, taking your time to shop, choosing the right Real Estate Professional, and remaining objective while viewing potential homes. With this information, you will be closer to finding your ideal home. #1 Before you shop, develop a needs vs. wants list Everyone has a picture of an ideal home. This would include all the features you not only need, but have long desired. However, when it comes time to buying a home, the desires cost more. While it is nice to think about having a beautifully landscaped backyard or a solarium perhaps even some built-in appliances, these are usually considered luxury items, which can add considerably to the price of your home. That is why it is a good idea to develop a needs and wants lists. With this list, begin with items you really need like adequate space, garage and number of bedrooms. For most people, basic needs should be considered first. After that, you could consider additional desires, if you can manage these benefits financially. With such a list in your hands, you are less likely to be caught up in the excitement of the pursuit. you will have a good idea of what you want, within you price range, and if you can afford those additional items. #2 Get pre-approved prior to shopping Visit your financial or lending institution prior to home buying. Quickly, you will know the amount of mortgage you will qualify for. Be sure to get a mortgage commitment in writing.

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Most importantly, this tells sellers that you are a serious prospect. Depending upon market conditions, a seller may lean towards an unconditional offer. you will have less negotiating power if you have to wait for mortgage approval.

Banks and financial institutions have developed many programs especially for home buyers, be that first-time buyers or those with equity in their homes. When you review your needs and objectives with a lending officer, you will be one step closer to purchasing your home. #3 Choose your winning team Buying a home is a complicated process with many people involved. From choosing the right mortgage, to finding a home inspector, to viewing available properties, there are many steps involved for even the hardiest person. With a Real Estate Professional on your side, you will have access to these services, already in place and highly recommended. A good agent has the knowledge and experience developed from many years of helping both buyers and sellers. During this time they have developed a network of people, from lenders, lawyers, home inspectors and movers, to assist both home buyers and sellers. #4 Communicate clearly with your Real Estate Professional Spending time with your Real Estate Professional will reap huge dividends. When you have a clear picture of the type of home you are looking for, your Real Estate Professional can come closer to finding the home you want. You will not waste time looking at homes that do not match your needs. #5 it is still true - location, location, location You have heard it so many times, that it is probably starting to sound like a broken record. That is because it is true! A home is not a stand alone item. Rather the value of a home is greatly affected by the surrounding homes. do not let your emotions determine your purchase. Think resale. The desirability and resale value of your home depends largely on location more than any other factor. People want a desirable community that includes character, quality of schools, access to

work, major transportation arteries, recreational facilities, etc.

On your viewing trips, take a careful look and ask the following questions: How does this home compare to others in the neighbourhood? Are yards fenced? Are there many children playing in the streets? Are front and backyards and the exterior of the homes properly maintained? Walk around the neighbourhood and get a feel for the people living in the area. You may want to speak with a few neighbors to get their comments. If you like the community, carefully examine the home you like. Generally speaking, extremely large homes surrounded by smaller homes tend to appreciate less than a large home among other large homes. Alternatively, the smallest home in the neighbourhood tends to stand out by the other homes on the block. Sometimes, it could take a bit longer to sell a smaller home, as some people are reluctant to pay extra for the neighbourhood. Additional factors that affect the property value of a home include traffic, sounds, smells, zoning bylaws. Be objective. do not rely too heavily on your emotions. Be sure you are completely satisfied with the neighbourhood. If you choose a neighbourhood with problems, you likely will not get as much as you hoped when it comes time to sell. #6 Use your Real Estate Professional's knowledge of the community Your Real Estate Professional is trained in all aspects of Real Estate, including understanding supply and demand, economics and the neighbourhoods of the city in which they practice. As they regularly view homes as they are placed on the market, they are at the heartbeat of knowledge and information about housing trends and prices. They can save you time and money, by narrowing your prospects to only those that meet your requirements. It is a very time consuming process to view every home available that meets your needs. A Real Estate Professional can do much of the work for you, by reviewing your needs, reviewing the properties and then hopefully, advising you of a potential match. A comprehensive knowledge of the available homes in your neigh-

bourhood is one of your Real Estate Professional's strongest assets. With the aid of computerized systems, a Real Estate Professional is notified within hours when a home becomes available. #7 Check your emotions, and shop with your head When people purchase a home on emotion, without an objective view of the property, problems may develop later. Shopping for a home is an emotional process. It could be costly. Using your head, along with asking for an objective opinion (from your Real Estate Professional) could help you avoid costly errors. #8 Pay attention to "red flags" When evaluating a home, be sure you know the difference between acceptable and unacceptable problems. Cosmetic items like peeling paint, worn carpeting, unattractive wallpaper can be easily remedied. You could use these as negotiating items, as there will be costs involved in updating the home. Major problems, however, are clearly "red flags." Look for items such as major foundation cracks, water damage, outdated electrical systems and inadequate plumbing. These items could cost you dearly in the future. #9 Hiring a home inspector is a wise investment A home inspection is an inexpensive way to gain peace of mind and guard your pocket book. A proper inspection will cover all areas of the house including foundation, electrical, heating, plumbing, floors, walls, ceilings, attic, roof, siding and trim, porches, patios, decks, garage and drainage. A professional inspector can give you an objective view of the property, with a written report, indicating the present condition and items that will need repair.


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