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CHAMBER’S 2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Front: Brett Pavan. Frontrow: Dae San Oh, Patti Goss, Jon Marks, Scott McAlpine, Rnold Smith. Backrow: Angela Falbo, Jeannine Chandra, Stan Weismiller, Quinn Waddington, Peter Baetsen. Not Pictured: Al Hyland

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ew Westminster means different things to different people. Some visit for the historic buildings, local brew houses and coffee shops. Some live here for the walkability and sociability. Students come to study 3D animation, archery, circus skills or silver smithing, others to pursue college degrees in commerce or communications. Meanwhile, organizations choose to build their businesses here because of the great amenities, infrastructure and culture. The juxtaposition of cobble stone streets and high-speed internet makes New West a sought-after location for the new wave of tech companies, independent stores as well as creative industries. New West is also home to a vibrant manufacturing industry in the Braid Street Industrial area. At the Chamber, we see how these all come together, creating an innovative environment that is in sync with the ever-changing economy. We want our members to be on the forefront of the next wave that will shape our future. The Chamber prides itself on being responsive to member needs. As such, we are excited to be offering more education workshops

for our small businesses. We believe that providing skills and tools for our members helps them to thrive and succeed. We see high tech industry moving in next to established institutions, supporting and building off one another’s capacities and making each other stronger. That is what New West means to the Chamber: being flexible and collaborative, building relationships and connecting businesses

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COMPASSION IN OUR CITY NEW WEST HOSPICE SOCIETY ADVOCATES CHANGING PEOPLE’S PERSPECTIVE ABOUT DEATH AND DYING

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ROYAL COLUMBIAN The phases of Royal Columbian redevelopment

REDEVELOPMENT UNDERWAY outpatient clinics. These units will be physically linked to the maternity unit in the new acute care tower to create a floor dedicated to mothers, dads, and children that spans across two buildings. • Conversion of four-bed patient rooms into single or semi-private rooms in the Columbia Tower.

PHASE TWO: ACUTE CARE TOWER (2020-2024) • A new Acute Care Tower with: 1. More beds for intensive care, cardiac intensive care, medicine and surgical patients, all in single-patient private rooms 2. A new, larger Emergency department with a satellite medical imaging unit 3. Three more operating rooms, three more interventional suites for cardiology, two more interventional suites for diagnostic radiology, and one more MRI 4. More maternity beds and one more maternity operating room 5. A 350 stall underground parkade, a new main entrance and a rooftop helipad

A $1.3 billion multi-phase, multi-year transformation of Royal Columbian Hospital is underway. As a major critical care hospital, Royal Columbian serves more than a third of British Columbians. No other centre in BC offers its scope of services, delivered at such a high level. That’s why redevelopment at Royal Columbian is such an important project. PHASE ONE: MENTAL HEALTH EXPANSION (2016-2020) Budgeted at $258.9 million, phase one begins the hospital’s transformation and includes: • A new 75-bed Mental Health and Substance Use Wellness Centre with new and expanded outpatient clinics, and Fraser Health’s first older adult psychiatric unit • A new energy centre • A 450 stall underground parkade • Moving the heliport to the Columbia Tower’s roof • An advanced IT fibre optic and utilities pathway.

By the end of the redevelopment, the hospital will have added 50 per cent more beds, from 446 to 675. We hope you will join us in supporting the future of Royal Columbian. Visit www.rchfoundation.com/ critical, call 604.520.4438, or email info@rchfoundation.com for more information.

PHASE THREE: EXPANSION IN EXISTING BUILDINGS (2023-2026) Phase three will upgrade and add capacity to existing areas. This includes: • Expansion of support service areas such as the laboratory, pharmacy, food services, diagnostic services and medical imaging • Expansion of the pediatric unit, the neonatal intensive care unit and

Preliminary concept for new Acute Care Tower at Royal Columbian Hospital.

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Through this work, New Westminster is getting noticed. Last year, our city was selected from more than 400 cities worldwide for SMART21 status by the Intelligent Community Forum. But achievements like this don’t belong to any one entity alone. Collaboration with stakeholders, such as the New Westminster Chamber of Commerce, is essential to our success. Whether big, or small, I encourage you to seize the opportunity that exists in our city and Invest New West.

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Today, with BridgeNet, we belong to a select group of North American cities that are installing high-speed broadband fibre to spur business growth and innovation. At the same time, we are taking advantage of opportunities to leverage investment and economic growth. The IDEA Centre initiative, which aims to establish a hub for medical research, tech and post-secondary partnerships at Royal Columbian Hospital, is a great example of this in action. Our Riverfront vision to establish a seamless connection of parks and greenways along the Fraser River foreshore is another, enhancing access, recreation and tourism potential while adding public amenities and generating interest from residents and visitors alike.

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t’s Tuesday afternoon, and Rudy Nielsen, Landcor Data Corporation founder and president, is still hard at work in his Western-themed office on Sixth Street. As one of British Columbia’s leading real estate evaluators and appraisers, the 76-year-old visionary isn’t slowing down anytime soon. His company, which mines a rich deposit of data for market insights by specializing in Automated Valuation Model (AVM) for real estate data analysis and valuation, keeps him busy.

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“Since we launched in 2000, we have done $55 trillion in valuations,” says Nielsen, adding Landcor develops its own software in-house. “We grew from a couple of clients to the very busiest credit unions.”

“I think that city council welcomes new business and works to see them succeed,” adds Nielsen. “City council has certainly shown us a lot of support over the years. Then, for the city to have the vision to integrate its own fibre optics network only proves how business-minded they are.”

In four seconds, Landcor can estimate the values of specific properties and generate

“No one can do as comprehensive a report as we do,” says Nielsen. The support of the city and the speed of its black fibre optics certainly helps Landcor along its success trajectory.

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EVOLUTION GAMING CORPORATION Evolution Gaming Corporation, a leading live casino provider, chose New West for its first North American studio.

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“We viewed a number of locations, and this property was the best that met our selection criteria in terms of studio requirements, as well as factors like accessibility for staff and so on,” says Oliver Reid, the head of studio for Evolution Gaming.

“Entering the Canadian market with our purpose-built Live Casino studio is a huge breakthrough for Evolution, as it’s our first major expansion outside of Europe and our eighth studio in total,” notes Reid. “As well as being a first for Evolution in North America, the New Westminster studio is the first Evolution studio to operate with its own dedicated, standalone data centre.”

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TECHNOLOGY HOBBY TURNS BUSINESS What began as a hobby for a couple of young developers morphed into Offworld Industries. Founded in 2014, the video game company is the brainchild of CEO Will Stahl and game producer Norbert Rothermel. The two young developers didn’t set out to become a leading video game company with more than 100,000 regular players worldwide. It happened by happenstance. “For fun, we made modifications to a game called Butterfield,” explains Stahl, who has a computer science degree. “We use to play the game ourselves, and we wanted to make it a more realistic one. After that, we decided we really enjoyed the process.” Their game, Squad, is a lifelike military game that pits 80 players from all over the world against each other in virtual battle. “Technology has allowed us to reach a wider audience,” says Rothermel. “The engines that exist now allow us to create our own technology, with more realistic graphics … even with a small team of us.” Recently, the studio moved from its Burnaby location to New West, into a much larger space to accommodate their growing company. “We are about to publish a new game based on World War 11, set to release soon,” adds Stahl.

FROM GAMES TO IT SOFTWARE CL Simplex is a company of web and technology specialists that help organizations, non-profits, public and private companies with any web and IT solutions. The IT company was created in 2015 by New Westminster native Levon Zadravec-Powell and business partner Charles Moolin. “We are a solutions organization, but we primarily use technology to achieve business objectives,” Zadravec-Powell explains, adding his focus is on building software, quality assurance and improving internal workflow. What makes CL Simplex different than other web designers is that they own their web servers, which means they don’t host web projects with third parties. “We are truly a one-stop shop for all web solutions,” says Zadravec-Powell. When a professional lacrosse player came to Cl Simplex for an event management project, the company created an integrated custom event and registration system. “We use a dispatch tool that enables our client to track ticket sales in real time,” says Zadravec-Powell. “It is like a GPS system.” The city’s open-access fibre optic network promises to be a real bonus for CL Simplex.

“We are very excited to have this kind of pipeline,” adds Zadravec-Powell. “It will really help us with our large-scale projects.” Another of the city’s longest running IT companies is Avocette. Launched in 1977, Avocette opened one of its headquarters on Sixth Street a decade ago. This information technology (IT) firm provides software and services to private and public sectors, including several provincial departments and Crown corporations, including transportation, labour, health services and Legal Services Society of B.C., ICBC, across Canada and the United States. “We specialize in tailored solutions for companies in product integration, consulting, managed services and IT staffing solutions,” says Scott Ross, CEO Avocette. “We support applications and enhance our clients’ existing software programs as companies grow or when they launch new business initiatives.” Avocette’s 50 employees include IT developers, business analysts, project managers and support staff. “What separates us from other IT firms is we offer software specialty and a full suite of services,” explains Ross. CONTINUED ON PAGE 15

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In 2012, New Westminster began looking into a city-owned, open-access fibre optic network to help attract high-tech businesses, and medical technology start-ups for its future health sciences  hub around  the expanding Royal Columbian Hospital. “We’ve been working toward the BridgeNet dark fibre optics as part of our economic development plan since 2012,” says city councillor Bill Harper. “BridgeNet is a key element in our Intelligent City initiative, and it has really taken off. We have already injected $11.9 million to build the network, with three-quarters of it already in place.”

BridgeNet is capable of transmitting at 10Gb per second, which is at the top end of current broadband service availability in the marketplace. The service is now available to the business district, office buildings and high-density residential developments, as well as the Justice Institute, Douglas College and Royal Columbian Hospital. BridgeNet has enticed young professionals and small start-ups, as well as larger tech companies, such as Evolution Gaming, who have chosen to locate to New Westminster for its fast-speed internet. “We have several web designers relocating here, as well as CG Masters School of 3D Animation & VFX, a school that teaches special effects,” adds Harper. “In addition, we are presently working with a movie production company.”

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s British Columbia’s first capital and one of the province’s leading commercial hubs, New Westminster has a rich history of law and order dating back 156 years. In 1860, the first court house was erected, a small one-storey building with a canvas ceiling. Within a couple of decades, the Royal City had outgrown its small facility.

large and small companies, and other entities. Here are three of New Westminster’s finest.

In 1891, the new Victorian Romanesque style courthouse was built by well-known local architect George W. Grant, who constructed many of the city’s downtown buildings, including St. Anne’s Presbyterian Church. It was officially opened by the first colonial judge and Chief Justice for British Columbia, Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie.

“I have lived in New Westminster since 1987, and my home is a half a block from the courts,” Darychyk says. “I walk to work and even better, my office overlooks the Fraser River.”

Then, in 1898, the Great Fire ravaged the downtown core, destroying businesses, warehouses, wharfs and steamboats along the waterfront, as well as the interior of the courthouse. Rebuilt a year later, the Old Courthouse (as it’s named today), was replaced in 1980 by a more modern edifice - New Westminster Law Courts.

Trial lawyers working out of the Courthouse Dale Darychuk has been practising law for 35 years. As a long-time resident of New West, he made the decision to relocate his practice to his hometown two years ago.

The veteran lawyer specializes in civil litigation, with a particular focus on estate litigation (including wills), personal injury claims (including ICBC claims) and committeeships. “The last 10 years I’ve been dealing mostly with estate disputes, such as family members left out of the will or siblings disputes over the transfer of wealth,” he adds.

After completion of the new structure, the Old Courthouse was in danger of demolition. Ultimately, it was preserved and is now a designated heritage building. Today, the city’s Courts oversee legal disputes relating to criminal, civil, family, traffic, and bylaw matters.

Since 1991, Andrew Liggett, lawyer and founder of Sea to Sky Law Corporation, has been working out of the historic 1899 Hart Block Building. Sea to Sky helps clients with all their basic personal and business needs, particularly dispute resolutions for family, strata problems, injury claims and estate problems.

However, civil litigation is one of the most popular area of practice among lawyers, paralegals, law clerks, and other legal support staff. Litigators represent individuals,

“I started on the North Shore but moved to New Westminster because this city is ideally located 30 minutes from any major city in the Lower Mainland,” says Liggett, adding

that over the last 27 years he’s been concentrating mostly on family and estate law. However, in the realm of Pro Bono work, his firm is well-known for its support in the community through its five Pro Bono clinics, which include one at Douglas College, the Howe Sound Women’s Centre, North Shore Crisis Society and Tri-City Transitions. “Supporting the people of our community is very important to us,” adds Liggett. As one of the longest running law firms in the city, Cassidy & Company has been serving New West since 1911. Dale Framingham is one of three partners at the firm. As an experienced trial lawyer focussed primarily on personal injury claims and commercial litigation, he represents a diverse group of people, both defendants and claimants, to help solve their problems. “In 2009, I came back to New West after working downtown Vancouver,” says Framingham. “New West is truly a friendly town. I was tired of the commute and traffic … as a family man, I now have a much better work/life balance.” Framingham says even the clients in New West are different from those in Vancouver. “I work with many long-established family businesses, generations of business owners who have been going through massive changes just like the city itself,” adds the seasoned lawyer.

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Jolene Foreman CUSTOM REALTY LTD. CUSTOM Realty Ltd is a full service Commercial Real Estate Services Brokerage. In 2015, Foreman took over the reins of the family-run company. As one of only a handful of female commercial realtors in the city, Foreman runs a thriving business. WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT WORKING IN NEW WESTMINSTER?

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Lisa Spitale CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (CAO) CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER After more than 20 years working for the city, in 2013, Spitale became the first woman to fill the top spot at New Westminster City Hall. As the city administrator, Spitale works to ensure staff has clarity on council’s priorities and have the tools needed to get the job done. WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT WORKING IN NEW WESTMINSTER? The best part about working in New Westminster is the relationships: New Westminster is a city with many of the attributes of a small town - a strong sense of community and people feeling socially connected. When you work in New Westminster, you quickly realize that you are part of a bigger - and better - team, all contributing to the well-being of this community. ONE PIECE OF ADVICE FOR WOMEN THINKING OF BECOMING ENTREPRENEURS? My one piece of advice is believing in your capabilities: build on your strengths; arm yourself with the best tools available to you; and build on your existing business and social relationships.

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The Chamber is an important facilitator in the City and serves to bind together all of its local business membership, into a cohesive and dynamic community. GABOR GASZTONYI Gabor Gasztonyi Studio

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NECTIONS functions as a kind of initial vetting says Nimmi Bangert, the program’s manager, “We do a pre-screening of potential employees that ensures they have the right skills for the job.” The CONNECTIONS program is proactive. Rather than waiting for a business to approach Fraser Works about its hiring needs, then mining traditional sources like classified ads to find that employee, Bangert reaches out to local businesses to learn about their business challenges and suggests services to help address their employment needs. This information is brought back to Fraser Works Co-op where staff can mine the 1,200 clients the co-op registers every year to determine who might have the right

combination of skills and experience to offer an employer. The program is helping to raise awareness of the services available at Fraser Works Co-op among the New West business community. In addition to pre-screening candidates, the co-op also advises employers about various government subsidies and assistance programs that might ease the financial strain of hiring and training new employees. CONNECTIONS is giving the co-op valuable insight into the local employment market so it can better serve its job seeking clients.

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e at Gabor Gasztonyi Studio and Gallery, at 730 – 12th Street in New Westminster, are very proud to be members of the New Westminster Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber is an important facilitator in the City and serves to bind together all of its local business membership into a cohesive and dynamic community. GABOR GASZTONYI GABOR PHOTOGRAPHY

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PERSPECTIVE New West Hospice Society founder Kay Johnson, right, is opening up the conversation about death and dying with support from Laura Cherrille, Program Director, left.

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New West Hospice Society advocates changing people’s perspective about death and dying

regnant women often have a network of support to bring a new life into the world, yet the same can’t always be said for those who are at the end of life. In 2016, some local residents came together to change that. They recognize that end of life care is not simply a medical concern, but a community responsibility.

One of those is Kay Johnson, a retired RN with a wealth of experience working in hospice and palliative care. “Many tend to not want to talk about dying and yet we are all on the same path,” says Johnson. “We launched the New West Hospice Society, a grassroots initiative based on the Compassionate City model, with the belief that it is everyone’s responsibility to care for one another in times of illness, health crisis and personal loss.” After several public consultations, attendees told the newly minted society the following:

they wanted to see the society normalize death, dying and grief by openly talking to community members and kids in schools; that 70 per cent of residents pooled said they would prefer to die at home, and finally that the city and the society work together to build a hospice residence. “People feel very strongly about a hospice, so we are speaking with Fraser Health and other community partners to make that happen,” says Johnson, chair of the society. Besides increasing awareness, New West Hospice Society’s mandate is to provide services and facilitate processes. Since its inception in August 2016, the society has been working together with individuals and community agencies to build a network of friends, family, non-profits and volunteers to assist those dying - everything from helping with household chores, to picking up medication and groceries, to home and doctor visits.

“Our model is different from other hospice societies because we work with individuals within our client’s network,” explains Johnson. “It could be as simple as grandma needs her lawn mowed… we reach out to her loved ones on her behalf to have someone, say a grandson, come over to do the chore. The compassionate city model really advocates changing our entire perspective about death and dying, while bringing back what it means to be part of a community.” A city that supports people with life-limiting illnesses, those who are bereaved and grieving, is a city that is united and one that its residents can be proud to call home. New Westminster is well on its way to becoming a compassionate city, where neighbour helps neighbour and where discussing death, dying, loss and grief is no longer taboo but part of our everyday lives. For more information or to find out how you can help, visit www.newwesthospice.ca.

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n the Royal City, some might not know of Unifor, yet its impact is felt by many local residents.

Formed on Labour Day 2013, Unifor was the amalgamation of the Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) and the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP), which created the largest private sector union in the country.

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Unifor supports local businesses, assisting in collective bargaining, fighting for fair wages, safer working

conditions, health and dental care benefits, and more for its 280,000 members across all sectors of the province. However, you don’t have to be a member for Unifor to help. “We are often called to help employees, who aren’t part of a union, with all kinds of workplace issues,” says Murray Gore, Unifor national representative, adding there is no charge for their services. “For example, we help employees file employment standard complaints.” CONTINUED ON PAGE 31

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The organization is also deeply committed to the cities it serves. “We spent two years talking to our members and asking them what they wanted to see,” says Gore. “They told us two things: be involved in the community, and, within the communities, network and create partnerships with allies.” Working together, union members and their community allies, such as the New Westminster Chamber of Commerce, make up a powerful lobby for the common good.

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Education is another huge component of Unifor. “We offer several different courses over the year, like health and safety, grievance handling and leadership in the community,” he notes.

Originally the home of the CAW, Unifor’s regional office on 12th Street often becomes the meeting place for several local community groups and non-profit organizations. “We offer our meeting spaces for free to local groups,” adds Gore. “Besides that, many of our members live in New West and, in their spare time, coach soccer and baseball teams and get involved in several charitable causes. We also fund a lunch program at one of the elementary schools.” Another cause dear to Unifor is Monarch Place, a safe haven for women and their children fleeing domestic violence in New Westminster. “Unifor has been supporting Monarch Place since we founded, “says Gore. However, the partnership goes further. According to Lorrie Wasyliw, executive director Monarch Place, it dates back two

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decades before they joined with the CAW. “The partnership we have with Unifor has enabled us to do many things that we could not do on our own,” says Wasyliw. “Their support has helped to ensure that women and children have a safe haven to access when crisis comes in their lives, supporting them to experience an enhanced quality of life and make positive choices.” The ongoing support Unifor provides Monarch Place includes financial aid through several of their unions, as well as offering free access each year to assemble gift bags for their annual Christmas reunion party. In the end Unifor is about people. One of the core tenets of unionism is that all work has dignity. All work deserves respect. And all the people who perform it deserve respect. That is something Unifor stands for.

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This award recognizes a company that has successfully contributed to New Westminster’s success through a commitment to business and community service. The winner of this award is chosen by the Business Achievement Award Committee. We do not accept nominations for this award.

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Recognizes an individual age 40 or under who has distinguished themselves by supporting business growth. The recipient inspires others with their business vision, leadership and achievement, and contributes to community programs either corporate or personal.

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Recognizes a business that demonstrates an overall high level of leadership in the community, shows continuous innovation and growth, and provides outstanding customer and employee service.

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Recognises the commitment of the business to operate in a “green” manner and demonstrates a commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and reducing waste material produced by business operations.

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Recognizes an individual who demonstrates outstanding business achievement through solid leadership, business ethics, community contribution and innovation.

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he New West Chamber of Commerce strives to bring value, leadership and relevance to the local business community. We are a catalyst for business people to work together. Working with the New West Chamber builds a strong, vibrant economy; enhancing the quality of life in our community. The Chamber reduces barriers to business, opens new markets, provides a cohesive business network, and provides programmes and services that have a positive impact on your bottom line. We are here to serve our members and keep them informed of local issues and create new opportunities through our Provincial and regional partners.

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» Women of New West » Charity Golf Tournament at Vancouver Golf Club » Leadership Events with top speakers » Panel events for local issues » Member only Multi-Chamber events » Event Sponsorship » Exposure on social media, Chamber’s Monday Memo, print ads in New West Record, Chamber website, and at events

» Opportunities to partner with the Chamber for other events

» Ribbon cutting for business Grand opening ADVOCACY The New Westminster Chamber of Commerce speaks for our local business community, advocating for your business needs and interests.

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» Free listing in Doing Business in New West Magazine B.C. CHAMBER REWARDS As a Member of the New Westminster Chamber of Commerce,youautomaticallyreceivebenefitsthroughthe BC Chamber of Commerce. Please contact us for details and how to apply for discounts on the following:

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» Women of New West Brown Bag Lunch

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» Multi Chamber Event, Jan 11

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» Last Door Networking Event, May 17

» Women of New West Brown Bag Lunch

» International Futurist Key Note Speaker Nikolas Badminton, May 31

» Small Business BC Pop Up May 29

» Community Engagement Series » Women of New West Brown Bag Lunch

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» All Candidates Meeting at Justice Institute, Oct 3

» Platinum Awards, Nov 22

» City Hall Networking Event, Dec 12

» Small Business Week at the Network Hub, Oct 17

» Leadership Luncheon » Lunch & Learn Series with the Library & Chamber

» Women of New West Brown Bag Lunch Holiday Edition

» Christine Conaway: Author Debt Free Life, Lunch, Oct 25 » Lunch & Learn Series with the Library & Chamber

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CHAMBER 100 BRAID ST STUDIOS 200-100 Braid St, New Westminster, BC V3L 3P4 778-886-5391 Susan L. Greig 100braidststudios@gmail.com 100braidststudios.com A. HOPKINS INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL SERV. 1322 Steeple Drive Coquitlam, BC V3E 1K2 604-461-6164 Andrew Hopkins andrewhopkins@shaw.ca ahopkinsinsurance.ca

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ACCESS CHINA TOURS INC. 500 Sixth Ave, Suite 110 New Westminster BC V3L 5H1 604-522-2550 Mark Huang mark@accesschinatours.com accesschinatours.com

AZCAN GOODS AND SERVICES 981 Carnarvon Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1G2 604-523-6767 Rida Bazzi imperialpharmacy@hotmail.com imperialpharmacy.ca

AFFORDABLE HOUSING SOCIETIES 1-1001 Royal Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 1K3 604-521-0818 Steve Hoock shoock@ affordablehousingsocieties.ca affordablehousingsocieties.ca ALLIANCE MOTOR CARS 90 Braid Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3P4 604-525-8484 Ruby Sandhu ruby@alliancemotorcars.com alliancemotorcars.com ALU - GLASS Unit #306 - 6741 Cariboo Road Burnaby, BC V3N 4A3 604-684-3424 Tomas Eoelvanna info@aluglass.com aluglass.com AMIGOS TRAVEL CORP. 202 - 304 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V7L 3P2 604-630-8138 Roberto R. Podoleanu info@amigostravel.ca amigostravel.ca ANNACIS LOCK UP STORAGE 555 Derwent Way New Westminster, BC V3M 6S9 604-527-0388 Dwayne Leniham info@annacislockup.com annacislockup.com ANVIN CONSULTING INC 7328 11th Avenue Burnaby, BC V3N 2M8 250-889-5322 Vivin Polachirackal anvinconsulting@gmail.com

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ARUNDEL MANSION 48 Begbie Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3L9 604-524-9498 Myrna Ball plethora@blaze.ca arundelmansion.com

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CAMP KERRY SOCIETY 145 E Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3W2 604-553-4663 Heather Mohan info@campkerry.org campkerrysociety.org

CHAN REAL ESTATE 2101 - 6823 Station Hill Drive Burnaby, BC V3N 0A9 604-338-3003 Tony Chan tony@chanrealestate.com chanrealestate.com

CAMS SOFTWARE CORPORATION #200 8651 Eastlake Drive Burnaby, BC V5A 4T7 604-777-2392 Richard Taylor rtaylor@camspro.com prospero.com

CHRIS HOFFLEY CAREGIVERS #1202 - 420 Carnarvon Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5P1 604-961-3247 Chris Hoffley chris@ifrcsociety.org

CAN ENGRAVE 14915 Kew Drive Surrey, BC V3R 4Y1 604-521-1295 Carol Wierzbicki carol@canengrave.com canengrave.com CANADA WIDE MEDIA LTD. 230 - 4321 Still Creek Drive Burnaby, BC V5C 6S7 604-299-7311 Peter Legge cwm@canadawide.com canadawide.com CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION, VANCOUVERFRASER BRANCH 110 - 2425 Quebec Street Vancouver, BC V5T 4L6 604-872-4902 Michael Anhorn michael.anhorn@cmha.bc.ca vf.cmha.bc.ca CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY 200-11717 138th Surrey, BC, V3R 6T5 604-582-3617 Joslyn Young joslyn.young@cn.ca cn.ca CANADIAN WESTERN BANK COQUITLAM 101 Schoolhouse St #310 Coquitlam, BC V3K 4X8 604-540-8829 Dave McGregor david.mcgregor@cwbank.com cwbank.com CANADIAN WESTERN BANK PANORAMA RIDGE 103 - 15230 Highway 10 Surrey, BC V3S 5K7 604-575-3783 Scott Bearss panoramaridge@cwbank.com cwbank.com CANAWRAP Unit D 240 12th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 4H2 604-520-1164 Jonathan Glen info@canawrap.com canawrap.com CARLSON-WAGONLIT TRAVEL 635 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C1 604-525-3344 Marivic Cregan marivic@holidaytrips.ca holidaytrips.ca CARTWRIGHT JEWELERS LTD. 639 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C1 604-526-3011 Susan Cartwright-Coates susan@cartwrightjewelers.com cartwrightjewelers.com CASSADY & COMPANY 330 - 522 Seventh Street New Westminster, BC V3M 5T5 604-523-7090 Dorie-Anne Leggett leggett@cassadylaw.com cassadylaw.com

CHUNG AND ASSOCIATES Suite #330 500 6th Avenue New Westminster, BC V3L 1V3 604-549-9120 Steve P. info@schunglaw.com schunglaw.com CITY LIFESTYLE LTD 203-801 Belgrave Way Delta, BC V3M 5R8 604 524-1912 Denise Andrews info@citylifestylegroup.com citylifestylegroup.com CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER 511 Royal Avenue New Westminster, BC V3L 1H9 604-515-3821 Lisa Spitale adanielisz@newwestcity.ca newwestcity.ca CITY POINT DEVELOPMENT Ste. 311, 850 W. Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6C 1E1 604-763-7678 Larry Kerr pattidgraham@shaw.ca CL SIMPLEX #316 - 627 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1A7 778-903-0246 Levon Zadravec-Powell levon@clsimplex.com clsimplex.com CLOUD 9 SPECIALTY BAKERY 1025 Royal Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 1K3 604-249-5010 Albert Hwang albert@cloud9specialtybakery.com cloud9specialtybakery.com COLUMBIA (THE) 530 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 1B1 604-522-4500 Jillian Dorosh info@lafflines.com thecolumbia.net COLUMBIA-BOWELL FUNERAL CHAPEL 219 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A3 604-521 4881 Mike Crean michael.crean@kearneyfs.com kearneyfs.com/new-westminster COMMUNITY LIVING SOCIETY 7th Floor - 713 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1B2 604-523-0303 Elka Tilgner etilgner@communitylivingsociety.ca communitylivingsociety.ca COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER CONNECTIONS 200 25 King Edward Street Coquitlam, BC V3K 4S8 604-529-5139 Dwight Yochim dyochim@volunteerconnections.net volunteerconnections.net CONNECTED HEART CRANIAL SACRAL 409-777 Eighth Street, New Westminster, BC V3M 3S7 778-233-2087 Adele Kafer adele@cranialsacraltherapy.ca cranialsacraltherapy.ca


CO-OPERATORS (THE) 506 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 1V3 604-362-7961 Solvi Stokholm solvi_stokholm@cooperators.ca cooperators.caStokholm-InsuranceServices CUSHMAN AND WAKEFIELD 700 West Georgia Street, Suite 700 Pacific Centre, PO Box 10023 Vancouver, BC V7Y 1A1 604-683-3111 Monika Kulcarova monika.kulcarova@ca.cushwake.com cushmanwakefield.ca CUSTOM REALTY LTD. #300 604 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1A5 604-916-6554 Jolene Foreman jolene@cpsrealty.ca cpsrealty.ca D.J.’S PAINT & BODY (1987) LTD. 1011 Royal Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 1K3 604-522-3022 Navin Chandra djspaint@telus.net djspaint.com DANNY’S INN LTD 317 Cambie Street Vancouver, BC V6B 2N4 604-684-2252 Teri Fleck trujemma@shaw.ca DARYCHUK LAW 206-26 Lorne Mews, New Westminster BC V3M 3L7 604-464-2644 Dale Darychuk dale@darychuklaw.com darychuklaw.com DAVENUEVALLEE OF REMAX ADVANTAGE REALTY 102 - 321 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A7 604-526-2888 Dave Vallee dave@homeseller.bc.ca teamdavevallee.com DBF ENTERPRISES LTD #1702 - 1185 Quiayside Drive, New Westminster, BC V3M 6T8 604-817-1761 David B. Fisher davidbfisher@outlook.com DE DUTCH PANNEKOEK HOUSE RESTAURANT 102-1035 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1C4 604-521-2288 Alla Bulubay alla.dedutch@gmail.com dedutch.comlocationscolumbiasquar DESJARDINS FINANCIAL SECURITY 180-9655 King George Blvd. Surrey, BC V3T 0C7 604-612-0052 Michel Barbe Michel.barbe@dfsin.ca DLC - CANADIAN MORTGAGE EXPERTS #300 – 17665 – 66A Avenue Surrey, BC V3S 4S4 604 828-5051 Glen Wong glen@glenwong.com cmexp.com DLF COMMUNICATIONS LTD. 1910 Eighth Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 2T3 604-517-1339 Deborah Folka deborah@dlfcommunications.com dlfcommunications.com

DOMINION SECURITIES 960 Quayside Drive Suite #201 New Westminster, BC V3M 6G2 604-717-2361 Claudia DeSimone claudia.desimone@rbc.com rbcds.com DONNA J. WALTERS 8362 Vinewood Place Burnaby, BC V5A 3V6 Donna J. wdonnaj@gmail.com DOUBLE BLACK TECHNOLOGIES 123 Seventh Avenue New Westminster, BC V3L 3W2 778-802-4243 Neil Riding nriding@doubleblacktechnology.com doubleblacktechnology.com DOUGLAS COLLEGE 700 Royal Avenue PO Box 2503. New Westminster, BC V3L 5B2 604-777-6168 Sarah Lock locks@douglascollege.ca douglascollege.ca DOWNTOWN NEW WESTMINSTER BIA #8-552 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 1B1 604-524-4996 Kendra Johnston kjohnston@downtownnewwest.ca downtownnewwest.ca DUXBURY & ASSOCIATES LTD 125 Debeck St, New Westminster, BC V3L 3H7 604-524-2502 Glenn Duxbury glenn@glennduxbury-inspections.com glennduxbury-inspections.com DYNAMIC HEALTH AND FITNESS LADY DYNAFIT 800 Carnarvon St #335, New Westminster, BC V3M 0G3 604-521-8746 Alison Humphries alisonhumphries@yahoo.ca dynamichealthandfitness.ca EA LANDSCAPING 104-810 5th Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 1X9 778-229-1179 Ashraf Elashi elashi@telus.net EDDYSTONE CONSULTING 508 - 841 McBride Blvd. New Westminster, BC V3L 2C3 604-540-2808 Joan Burgess jburgess.eddystone@gmail.com EL SANTO 508 3rd Street New Westminster, BC V3L 2S6 604-553-1849 Alejandro Diaz alejandro@elsanto.ca elsanto.ca ELKS CLUB OF NEW WESTMINSTER 301-681 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1A8 604-524-6524 Debbie Sandhu elksclub3@shaw.ca elksclubnewwestminster.com EMS CONSULTING LTD. 208 - 360 Edworthy Way New Westminster, BC V3L 5T8 604-521-4916 Pat McLellan emsconsulting@telus.net ems-hvac.com ENGMAN & GUNTHER NOTARIES PUBLIC 710 6th street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C5 604-522-8149 Marnie Gunther info@engmangunther.ca engmangunther.ca

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ETHERSTANE DEVELOPMENTS LTD. 319 - Fourth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 2V3 604 521-3237 Richard Peddie rpeddieassoc@shaw.ca EVIA GROUP HOLDINGS INC. 1 - 413 Thirteenth Street New Westminster, BC V3M 4L5 778-968-7630 Steve Tsonev steve.tsonev@gmail.com FAMILY SERVICES OF GREATER VANCOUVER 321 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A7 604-525-9144 Calum Scott cscott@fsgv.ca fsgv.ca FARHAN LALJI PO Box 257 - 720 6th Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C5 Farhan Lalji flalji@hyackfootball.com FIRST CANADIAN BARTER EXCHANGE 225-13711 72nd Avenue Surrey, BC V3W 2P2 604-759-3223 Amber Noakes amber@barterfirst.com barterfirst.com FORTISBC 16705 Fraser Highway Surrey,BC V4N 0E8 604-576-7292 Courtney Hodson Courtney.Hodson@fortisbc.com fortisbc.com FRASER ORTHOPAEDIC TREATMENT CLINIC 403 - 233 Nelson’s Crescent New Westminster, BC V3L 0E4 604-777-5577 Darius Viskantas fotc@fraserortho.com orthodoc.aaos.orgfoi FRASER RIVER DISCOVERY CENTRE 788 Quayside Drive New Westminster, BC V3M 6Z6 604-521-8401 Ext. 102 or 604-842-1971 Stephen Bruyneel info@fraserriverdiscovery.org fraserriverdiscovery.org FRASER RIVER PAINT AND BODY 23 Braid Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3P2 604-528-4063 Franko Borri accounts@fraserriverpb.com fraserriverpb.com FRASER RIVER PILE AND DREDGE 1830 River Drive New Westminster, BC V3M 2A8 604-522-7971 Tom Lively info@frpd.com frpd.com FRASER SURREY DOCKS 11060 Elevator Road Surrey, BC V3V 2R7 604-581-2233 Bill Wehnert interact@fsd.bc.ca fsd.bc.ca

FRASERSIDE COMMUNITY SERVICES SOCIETY 2nd Floor - 519 Seventh Street New Westminster, BC V3M 6A7 604-522-3722 Lynda Edmonds info@fraserside.bc.ca fraserside.bc.ca FRATELLI BAKERY 459 E Columbia St, New Westminster, BC V3L 3X5 604-777-2524 or 604-255-8926 Marco Cornale info-fratellibakery@telus.net fratellibakery.com FREEDOM 55 FINANCIAL 1200,1111 W. Georgia Street Vancouver, BC V6E 4M3 604-644-6005 Darren Milne darren.milne@f55f.com freedom55financial.com FREEFLO VENTILATION SYSTEMS 929 23rd Street New Westminster, BC V3M 4Z3 604-341-3337 Robert Orford robert@freefloventilation.com freefloventilation.com FYI DOCTORS OF NEW WESTMINSTER 240- 610 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C2 604-522-6929 Brenda Horner new.westminster@fyidoctors.com fyidoctors.com G & F FINANCIAL GROUP 760 -Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C7 604-419-8888 Louise Perry info@gffg.com gffg.com GABOR GASZTONYI STUDIO 730 - 12th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 4J9 778-397-1449 Gabor Gasztonyi info@gaborphotography.com gaborphotography.com GAEL WHITE R.M.T. #701 - 620 - 7th Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 5T6 604-522-9280 Ms. Gael gaelw@shaw.ca GAME FACTORY INC. #100 - 522 - 7th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 5T5 604-521-5454 Clare Chung clarec@ogplanet.com GASTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE 73 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2K4 604-642-0411 Danny Lim info@gbcol.ca gastownbusinesscollege.ca GATEWAY CASINOS (STARLIGHT) 350 Gifford Street New Westminster, BC V3M 7A3 604-777-3503 Lisa Mak lmak@starlightcasino.ca starlightcasino.ca

FRASER VALLEY MRI 2151 McCallum Rd Abbotsford, BC V2S 3N8 604-859-1707 Dawn Haider info@fraservalleymri.com fraservalleymri.com

GLENWOOD LABEL & BOX MFG. LTD. 117 - 15 Braid Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5N7 604-522-6001 Terry Lawrence tl@glenwoodlabel.com glenwoodlabel.com

FRASER WORKS CO-OP 2nd floor 519 Seventh Street New Westminster, BC V3M 6A7 604-522-9701 Tracey Fraser info@fraserworks.ca fraserworks.ca

GOODWIN & MARK 217 - 713 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1B2 604-522-9884 Debbie Ellens gm@goodmark.ca goodmark.ca

GOTCHA COVERED 1024 London Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3B8 778-650-5353 Mel Rababy melrababy@gotchacovered.com https:gotchacovered.comvancouver GREAT PACIFIC PAWNBROKERS LTD. 809 Carnarvon Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1E8 604-524-6686 Blair Stasiuk stat2718@aol.com greatpacificpawn.com GREAT WEST FIRE & SAFETY LTD. 128 East 10th Avenue New Westminster, BC V3L 4R6 778-772-8989 Jason Bishop info@greatwestfire.com greatwestfire.com GRIZZLY CONSTRUCTION LTD. 228 - 5th Avenue New Westminster, BC V3L 1R4 604-657-3843 Bryon Fleming bryonf@telus.net HAIR BY LANA 10 - 45 Fourth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5H7 604-528-9844 Lana Liddle liddle@telus.net HEALTH STAFFING INTERNATIONAL 230 - 618 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1A8 604-520-7775 Ext 103 Greg Boorman gboorman@healthstaffing.org healthstaffing.org HMG 1620 Nanaimo Street New Westminster, BC V3M 2G6 604 524-6047 Shirley Moodie shirleymoodie@shaw.ca HOPE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 214 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A2 604-525-5481 John King johnk@hope-international.com hope-international.com HOPS - A NORTHWEST PUB 48 8th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3N8 604-522-0011 Todd Arbuthnot todd@tagpubs.com tagpubs.comhops HYACK FESTIVAL ASSOCIATION 204 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A1 604-522-6894 Brunella Battista brunella@hyack.bc.ca hyackfestival.com I4 PROPERTY GROUP Mailing Address Only: #420 1112 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6K 2S1 604-688-4155 Myron Calof myron.calof@i4pg.com i4pg.com IMPERIAL PHARMACY 981 Carnarvon New Westminster, BC V3M 1G2 604-523-6767 Rida Bazzi imperialpharmacy@hotmail.com imperialpharmacy.ca IN HOUSE MEDIA AND MARKETING 227 Queens Avenue New Westminster, BC V3L 1J7 604.781.9101 Mari Lou info@inhousemedia.ca inhousemedia.ca

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CHAMBER INCLUSION BC 227 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A5 604-777-9100 Dawn Steele dsteele@inclusionbc.org inclusionbc.org INDIVIDUALIZED FUNDING RESOURCE CEN. SOC. 7th Floor, 713 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1B2 604-777-7576 Paul Gauthier paul@ifrcsociety.org ifrcsociety.org INN AT THE QUAY 900 Quayside Drive New Westminster, BC V3M 6G1 604-520-1776 Kathy MacKerricher kmackerricher@innatthequay.com innatwestminsterquay.com INSTANT IMPRINTS 349 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5T6 604-553 3464 Linda Dualan store1012@instantimprints.com instantimprints.comcentersnewwest INSTIGO 508 Fader Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3T5 604-961-2915 Rnold Smith chief@instigo.ca instigo.ca INTEGRATED ANALYTICS & RESEARCH LTD 30-72 Jamieson Court New Westminster, BC V3L 5R6 604-889 8950 Scott McAlpine scott.mcalpine@live.ca integratedanalytics.ca INTEGRATED PEST SUPPLIES 108 - 360 Edworthy Way New Westminster, BC V3L 5T8 604-520-9900 David Pallen integratedpest@telus.net integratedpestsupplies.com INTERNET EXPOSURE Suite 300, 1055 W. Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6E 2E9 604-876-2156 Salvador Cabatic Jr. salvador@internet-exposure.com internet-exposure.com INVESTORS GROUP Tony Chee Suite 200 - 1200 Lonsdale Avenue North Vancouver, BC V7M 3H6 604-986-1200 Tony Chee tony.chee@investorsgroup.com investorsgroup.com INVIS 224 Holly Ave New Westminster, BC V3M 0B3 778-858-9848 Shannon Mayhew shannonmayhew@invis.ca invis.ca

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JOHN ROSS INSURANCE 1829 W Broadway Vancouver, BC V6J 1Y5 778-953-3186 Iain McCartney iainm@johnrossinsurance.com johnrossinsurance.com JUDY DARCY MLA 737 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C6 604-775-2101 Judy Darcy judy.darcy.mla@leg.bc.ca judydarcy.ca

JUSTICE INSTITUTE OF BC 715 McBride Boulevard New Westminster, BC V3L 5T4 604-528-5529 Tarko Michel jhaberfield@jibc.ca jibc.ca KELLER WILLIAMS BLACK DIAMOND REALTY 252 - 5489 Byrne Road Burnaby, BC V5J 3J1 778-866-1215 Corina Stainsby corina@stainsbyrealestate.com kwblackdiamondrealty.com KERMODE FOREST PRODUCTS LTD. 71 Braid Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3P2 604-525-9123 Ed Arnold ed@kfp.ca kfp.caenhomepage KEY WEST FORD 301 Stewardson Way New Westminster, BC V3M 2A5 604-520-3055 Flynn flynny@keywestford.com keywestford.com KINSIGHT #300-218 Blue Mountain Street Coquitlam, BC V3K 4H2 604-525-9494 ext. 320. Christine Scott canthony@kinsight.org kinsight.org KIRMAC COLLISION & AUTOGLASS 1307 - 3rd Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 1R2 604-540-6022 Ena McIntosh accountspayable@kirmac.com kirmac.comlocationnewwestminster LA PERLA BALLROOM 204 - 810 Quayside Drive New Westminster, BC V3M 6B9 604-931-7161 Silvio Papa info@laperlaballroom.com laperlaballroom.com

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LEISURE BATHS LTD. 6909 Antrim Avenue Burnaby, BC V5J 4M5 604-437-4717 Bernice Snook paquino@relax-a-mist.com relax-a-mist.com LIBERTY TAX SERVICE 595 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3B9 604-544-7644 Ruddens Bosse ruddens@libertytaxbc.com libertytaxcanada.ca LIFE DENTAL 101-306 6th Street New Westminster, BC V3L 0C9 604- 553-2877 Jennifer Rattlesnake info@lifedental.ca lifedental.ca LISA GAETZ CONSULTING 211-6 Renaissance Square New Westminster, BC V3M 6N8 604-765-3522 Lisa Gaetz lisa.gaetz@kurio.com LONDON DRUGS NEW WESTMINSTER 100-555 6th Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5H1 604-448-4803 Tracy McDonald tmcdonald@londondrugs.com londondrugs.com LOREN NANCKE 407 223 Nelson’s Cres. New Westminster, BC V3L 0E4 604-904-3807 Brett Pavan accountants@lnco.ca https:lorennancke.com LOWER MAINLAND PURPOSE SOCIETY 40 Begbie St. New Westminster, BC V3M 3L9 604-526-2522 Lynda Fletcher-Gordon lyndafg@purposesociety.org purposesociety.org

LANDCOR DATA CORPORATION 200-313 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A7 604-606-7914 Darlene Patterson darlene@landcor.com landcor.com

M2 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Unit 220 -26 Lorne Mews New Westminster, BC V3M 3l7 604-553-0044 Stephanie Sirot stephanie.sirot@m2la.com m2la.com

LANDMARK CINEMAS 10 390-800 Carnarvon Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1G2 604-521-6564 Josephine Santiago lcc162-gm@landmarkcinemas.com landmarkcinemas.com/ showtimesnew-westminster

MAINLAND CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS ULCWINVAN PAVING LTD. 220 Edworthy Way New Westminster, BC V3L 5G6 604-522-3921 Stan Weismiller stan@winvan.com winvan.com

LASKEY COUNSELLING & HYPNOTHERAPY 406 - 555 6th Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5H1 778-397-5300 Karen Laskey karen@laskeytherapy.com laskeytherapy.com LAST DOOR RECOVERY SOCIETY 323 - 8th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3R3 604-525-9771 Giuseppe Gance publicrelations@lastdoor.org lastdoor.org LEAH YALLOP MASSAGE THERAPY 114 Glover Road New Westminster, BC V3L 2A6 604-374-0352 Leah Yallop lymassagetherapy@gmail.com leahyallopmassagetherapy.com

MARCUS & MILLICHAP 400 Burrard Street, Suite 1020 Vancouver, BC V6C 3A6 604-675-5222 David Fox david.fox@marcusmillichap.com marcusmillichap.com MASSEY THEATRE & PLASKETT GALLERY 735 Eighth Avenue New Westminster,BC V3M 2R2 604-517-5900 Jessica Schneider jessica@masseytheatre.com masseytheatre.com MCDONALD’S RESTAURANTS 815 McBride Blvd New Westminster, BC V3L 2B9 604-718-1189 Jim 21433@post.mcdonalds.ca mcdonalds.com/ca

MCLAREN TREFANENKO INC. 350 - 522 Seventh Street New Westminster, BC V3M 5T5 604-524-8688 Jason Trefanenko jason@mti-cpa.com mti-cpa.com MCLIN COMPUTER ACCOUNTING SUPPORT 1801 - 10 Laguna Court New Westminster, BC V3M 6W3 604-540-0962 Pat Lindal mclin@telus.net MCQUARRIE HUNTER LLP Suite 1500, 13450 102 Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 5X3 604-580-7041 Brooke Jewell bjewell@mcquarrie.com mcquarrie.com MEDICAL ESTHETICS BY KATIE 625 5th Avenue#501 New Westminster, BC V3M 1X4 604-544-2237 Katie Marshall info@mebykatie.com mebykatie.com MET HOTEL, THE 411 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 1A9 604-520-3815 Melody Escallier melody@themethotel.com themethotel.com MICHELLE DUPRE DESIGN & COMPANY 314 6th Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A6 604 553 0484 Michelle Bernier michelle@michelledupredesign.com michelledupredesign.com MID CENTURY MODERN 101-810 Quayside Drive, New Westminster, BC V3M 6B9 604-515-1865 Kendra Johnston mcmhome99@gmail.com MINI LOAD DISPOSAL LTD. PO Box 63024 Unit 250, 7155 Kingsway Burnaby, BC V5E 4J6 604-431-7701 Susan Ottens info@miniloaddisposal.com miniloaddisposal.com MINT LEAF COMMUNICATIONS 11-221 Ash Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3M5 778-839-8160 Nadine Nakagawa nadine@MintLeafCommunications.com mintleafcommunications.com MOMENTUM BODYWORK AND MASSAGE 240 - 550 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3B7 604-839-3587 Kristine Richmond Kris_r@telus.net momentumbodyworkandmassage.com MONGREL CITY 314 225 Francis Way New Westminster, BC V3L 0G1 778-668-3130 Babs Kelly babs@mongrelcity.com MOSAIC 5575 Boundary Rd. Vancouver, BC V5R 2P9 604-254-9626 Michael Radano mradano@mosaicbc.org mosaicbc.org MOULTON TOFT INC. 902 - 209 Carnarvon Street New Westminster, BC V3L 1B7 604-522-8182 Marian Toft mtoft@telus.net

MS. TRUDY VAN DOP 421 Richmond Street New Westminster, BC V3L 4C4 604-521-7887 Trudy Van Dop trudy@vandopgallery.com vandopgallery.com MUSIC BOX - NEW WESTMINSTER’S MUSIC ACADEMY 630 Carnarvon St. New Westminster, BC V3M 1E3 604-553-1176 Vashti Fairbairn info@musicboxnw.ca musicboxnw.ca MUTT & MOGGY TRAINING & PET CARE Box 809, #104 - 1015 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 6V3 604-522-1002 Brigette Mayer info@muttandmoggy.ca muttandmoggy.ca NAI COMMERCIAL (BC) LTD 1075 West Georgia Street, Suite 1300 Vancouver, BC V6E 3C9 604-230-9941 John McLeod jmcleod@naicommercial.ca naicommercial.ca NEW WEST HOSPICE SOCIETY Laura Cherille lauracherrille@gmail.com newwesthospice.ca NEW WESTMINSTER LAWN BOWLING CLUB 710 Eighth Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3S6 604-524-5623 Darren Hutchinson info@newwestlawnbowls.com newwestlawnbowls.com NEW WESTMINSTER MENTAL HEALTH & ADDICTIONS 403 6th Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3B1 604-777-6800 Judy French judy.french@fraserhealth.ca NEW WESTMINSTER RECORD 201A – 3430 Brighton Avenue Burnaby, BC V5A 3H4 604-444-3451 Lara Graham swong@van.net newwestrecord.ca NEW WESTMINSTER YOUTH AMBASSADOR SOCIETY 242 Churchill Avenue New Westminster, BC V3L 4P1 604-524-5675 Lynn Radbourne nwyas@shaw.ca nwyas.org NEXGEN HEARING NEW WESTMINSTER 301 E Columbia St #409, New Westminster, BC V3L 3W5 604-553-4952 Kay Samson ksamson@nexgenhearing.com nexgenhearing.com NH BUSINESS SERVICE CORP PH1 420 Carnarvon Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5P1 604-265-0381 Naijing He nh@nhbiz.ca nhbiz.ca NORTHSIDE PETE PRODUCTS INC. 24 Braid Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3P3 604-522-6511 Phil McLeod philm@telus.net


NOVAWEST ELECTRICAL SERVICES 320 McPhaden St New Westminster, BC V3M 4K9 778-397-0805 Susan Otto-Bain office@novawestelectrical.ca NURSE NEXT DOOR BURNABYNW #209 - 88 10th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 6H8 604-522-9989 Wendy Scott wendy.scott@nursenextdoor.com nursenextdoor.com/locations/ burnaby-new-westminster-bc NUTRI LAWN 319 Fourteenth Street New Westminster, BC V3M 5T2 604-524-4770 Robert Bourne vancouver@nutrilawn.com nutrilawn.comvancouver OFF WORLD INDUSTRIES Jane jane.johnston@offworldindustries.com offworldindustries.com OLD BAVARIA HAUS RESTAURANT 233 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A5 604-524-5824 Sunny Manihani oldbavariahaus@telus.net oldbavariahaus.com OVERWAITEA FOOD GROUP 19855-92A Avenue Langley, BC V1M 3B6 604-888-1213 Julie Dickson Olmstead julie_dickson@owfg.com PACIFIC BREEZE WINERY 6 - 320 Stewardson Way New Westminster, BC V3M 6C3 604-522-2228 Maurice Hamilton maurice_hamilton@telus.net pacificbreezewinery.com PARK & FLY 6380 Miller Road Richmond, BC V7B 1B3 604-270-9476 Ext 424 Bill de Groot bdegroot@parknfly.ca parknfly.ca PATTERSON BRANDS 432 8th Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3R7 604-263-3070 Rich Patterson rich@pattersonbrands.com pattersonbrands.com PATTI GOSS OF REMAX ADVANTAGE REALTY 102 - 321 Sixth St. New Westminster, BC V3L 3A7 604-526-2888 Patti Goss pattigoss@shaw.ca gossrealestate.ca POLO HEALTH AND LONGEVITY CENTRE 711 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1B2 604-544-7656 Allana Polo admin@polohealth.com polohealth.com PORT OF VANCOUVER 100 The Pointe - 999 Canada Place Vancouver, BC V6C 3T4 604-665-9066 Naomi Horsford frances.tang-graham@ portvancouver.com portvancouver.com/ communityneighbouringcommunitie/snew-westminster

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POSABILITIES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 102- 309 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3A7 604-522-2601 Kalena Kavanaugh kkavanaugh@posabilities.ca posabilities.ca

RNG IMMIGRATION CONSULTANCY LTD 933 Twelfth Street New Westminster, BC V3M 4K5 604-240-1353 Ralph Guerra Ralphdguerra@Rngimmigration.com rngimmigration.com

PRIME IMAGE TECHNOLOGIES 3784 Napier Street Burnaby, BC V5C 3E5 604-299-1040 Joe Russo joe.russo@primeimagegroup.com primeimagegroup.com

ROMA HALL 940 Ewen Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 5C8 604-521-8320 Claudio Antoniali cantoniali@shaw.ca romahall.com

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ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 2, THE 631 Sixth St. New Westminster, BC V3L 3C1 604-524-1151 rcl2@shawcable.com legion.ca

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ROYAL COLUMBIAN HOSPITAL FOUNDATION 330 East Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3W7 604-520-4748 Jennifer Atkinson jennifer.atkinson@fraserhealth.ca rchfoundation.com

RIVER’S REACH PUB 320 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3V8 604-524-6322 Gary Carlson hospitalityvr@gmail.com riversreach.com

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TIM HORTONS 1022590 BC LTD. 524 - 6th Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3B1 250-486-7620 Dan Carolan daniel_vanessa_carolan@timzone.com timhortons.com

THE ORIGINAL BIKE SHOP & CAP’S BICYCLE MUSEUM 434 A East Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 2W9 604-524-3611 Gordon Hobbis office@capsbicycleshop.com capsbicycleshop.com

TOP DENTAL LAB 5628 B Imperial St Burnaby, BC V5J 1E9 604-435-9080 Young Ju topdental2008@hotmail.com

THE PIFFLE MAGAZINE 501-1026 Queens Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 6B2 604-525-9027 Chris Sargent chrissargent@piffle.ca piffle.ca THE ROTARY CLUB OF NEW WESTMINSTER PO Box 493 New Westminster, BC V3L 4Y8 604-549-5260 Louise Perry lperry@gffg.com newwestrotary.org THE TOWER BRIDAL GALLERY 701 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1B1 604-521-8433 Steve Harder info@thebridalgallery.com thebridalgallery.com THORNEBRIDGE GARDENS INSPIRED SENIORS LIVING WITH VERVE 649 8th Ave New Westminster, BC V3M 2R2 604-524-6100 Amanda Hill gm.tg@verveseniorliving.com verveseniorliving.com/ thornebridge-gardens

TOURISM NEW WESTMINSTER 777 Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3M 1B6 604-526-1905 Tej Kainth info@tourismnewwestminster.com tourismnewwestminster.com TRANSLINK 287 Nelson’s Court New Westminster, BC V3L 0E7 778-375-7668 Shirley Samujh-Dayal shirley.samujh-dayal@translink.ca translink.ca TWIN LENS PHOTOGRAPHY 14959 Unit #38 58th Avenue Surrey, BC V3S 9Y9 778-991-3686 Kevin Hill info@twinlens.ca twinlens.ca URBAN ACADEMY 101 Third St. New Westminster, BC V3L 2P9 604-524-2211 Sonja Kennedy ms.kennedy@urbanacademy.ca urbanacademy.ca VALUE INDUSTRIES 400-1245 West Broadway Vancouver, BC V6H 1G7 604-606-7010 Linda McCabe linda@valueindustries.com valuegroupproperties.com

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WESTCOAST GENESIS SOCIETY 305 Carnarvon Street New Westminster BC V3L 1B9 604-515-2950 Robert Chesterman robertc@wgsbc.ca westcoastgenesissociety.ca

WESTWOOD PLATEAU GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB 3251 Plateau Blvd Coquitlam, BC V3E 3B8 604-945-4007 Jenifer Wright info@westwoodplateaugolf.com westwoodplateaugolf.com

VANCOUVER CANUCKS 89 West Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6B 0N8 604-899-7400 Cole Renner cole.renner@canucks.com nhl.com/canucks

WESTLAND INSURANCE 200-2121 160th Street Surrey, BC V3Z 9N6 604-543-7788 Beige Osland marketing@westlandinsurance.ca westlandinsurance.ca

WILLIAM WRIGHT COMMERCIAL 607 - 625 Fifth Avenue New Westminster, BC V3M 1X4 604-838-8765 William Hall will@williamwright.ca williamwright.ca

VISION SOURCE NEW WESTMINSTER 108-301E Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 1A7 604-553-3900 Diane Besler dianebesler@gmail.com visionsourcenw.com

WESTMINSTER CENTRE 330 - 555 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 5H1 604-525-8866 Donna Bisaro donna@uptownpropertygroup.com westminstercentre.com

WADDINGTON WEALTH MANAGEMENT GROUP 609 Granville Street - Suite 2200 Vancouver, BC V7Y 1H2 604-699-0874 Quinn Waddington quinn.waddington@canaccord.com waddingtonwealth.com

WESTMINSTER HOUSE SOCIETY 228 Seventh Street New Westminster, BC V3M 3K3 604-524-5633 Susan Hogarth susan@westminsterhouse.ca westminsterhouse.ca

WESGROUP 910-1055 Dunsmuir Street Vancouver, BC V7X 1L3 604-648-1842 or 604-632-1727 Susan Schwan payables@wesgroup.ca wesgroup.ca

WESTMINSTER SAVINGS CREDIT UNION 100 - 601 Sixth Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3C1 604-517-0100 Gurpal Siekham gsiekham@wscu.com wscu.com

WEST CANADA VETERINARY EYE SPECIALISTS 460 East Columbia Street New Westminster, BC V3L 3X5 604-549-4944 Charlotte Keller info@bcanimaleyes.com bcanimaleyes.com

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