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METRO VANCOUVER — Strong words were exchanged during a sit down between councillors from New Westminster and Surrey regarding the future of the Pattullo Bridge. New Westminster Coun. Jonathan Cote made the trip across the river to attend Surrey’s transportation and infrastructure committee meeting Monday. Cote presented his city’s position in support of a new, tolled four-lane structure, while Surrey is still adamantly pushing for six, which are expected to cost roughly $800 million and more than $1 billion, respectively. The Pattullo being the free alternative has “been a disaster” in terms of road congestion since the Port Mann tolls were rolled out, he stressed.

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SURREY — Following a recent announcement that the Ministry of Education would be downloading the costs of seismic upgrades to school districts, Surrey board of education chair Shawn Wilson wants the province to take a “second sober look” at the idea. According to Wilson, the plan to have school districts Shawn Wilson with surplus funds contribute up to half of the funding for seismic upgrades is disingenuous, as most, if not all district, don’t actually have extra funds sitting around. “I think it sent shockwaves through most, if not all of the school districts including Surrey because what they’re calling surplus is a little misleading,” said Wilson. “For example, if you budget money for snow removal and it doesn’t snow, that’s money that’s gone unspent, but instead of putting that money in the bank to collect interest, what we do is wind up using that money to offset the next year’s deficit.” see SCHOOL › page 8


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NEWTON — The manager of a Surrey garden centre expects a cost of nearly $20,000 per year to his business in relation to the province’s new recycling program, Multi Material BC. The province approved MMBC in 2013 as B.C.’s “extended-responsibility” entity to shift the responsibility for recycling product packaging to industry. Miles Hunter, general manager of David Hunter Garden Centers, anticipates he will have to pay $3,000 to $5,000 in fees to the program every year, but the real kicker is the estimated $10,000 to $15,000 he’ll have to spend annually to pay someone to calculate what he’ll owe. See LETTERS › page 13

“On a daily basis, my office administrator, who is my mother right now, is going to have to go through every invoice line by line, item by item, and determine whether we have to pay a fee on it and how much that is going to be,” Hunter explained. Hunter said there were some discussions about businesses recycling their own materials. “We recycle a lot of pots here. We accept them back from our customers and we send them to recycling facilities to be recycled,” he said, adding that he was on board with doing so himself. “Unfortunately, the legislation said it had to submit a plan to the government guaranteeing that you’re going to be able to reclaim 75 per cent of the material that you put out to consumers. I’m sorry, but that’s just not possible.” And Hunter said there’s a long list of items he’ll have to pay fees for. Naturally, as a garden centre, the biggest ticket item will be plastic pots. “We’ll have to pay for the pot, the little information tag that comes with the plant identifying the variety and how to grow it. So that’s probably our biggest part,” he said. “Our company has been around for 60 years, and when we started, plants were sold

in metal tin containers. So plastic pots were a significant improvement on that. There are some products that we sell in paper pots, but they don’t last long enough for the life of a plant to be grown and raised. So there are little to no alternatives for packaging plants to sell to consumers. “So in terms of the government’s goal to try and reduce the packaging on products, I don’t think that’s possible for many of these pots. A plant has to have some kind of pot holding it when you sell it to the customer.” But there’s a plethora of other items he will have to hand over money for, including packaging for products such as fertilizer, cardboard flats used by customers to transport plants and even things like cash register receipts and information brochures. “I can’t imagine the administration required for me to keep track of the paper that I use to print information brochures. I buy a box of paper from Staples, and I use it to print invoices and all sorts of different things, and some small percentage gets used to print information brochures. How am I supposed to calculate that?” Hunter asked. As well, the company has David Hunter Garden Centers branded potting soil, so it will be responsible for all those bags as well. When you delve into everything, it really starts to add up, he said. Hunter also expressed concern over weights laid out in an MMBC worksheet – weights he says are not necessarily accurate. “How do I accurately calculate my total weight of plastic that I contribute if these weights are wrong? Is there recourse for me to weigh my pots and say my pots weigh 100 grams, not 150 grams? As far as I can see, this program has no accountability. There’s no incentive for Multi Material BC to provide good customer service,” Hunter said. Exemptions are yet another concern.

Under the new regulation, businesses with less than $1 million in revenue, which distribute less than one tonne of packaging to consumers or are a single-location operation, will be exempt from registering with the program. “So if you’re a retail location that does $10 million in sales, you’re still exempt because you have one location. We have two stores – one in Vancouver and one in Surrey – and because of that, we’re not exempt. There are other garden centres that have a single retail location that will be exempt. That makes our company less competitive.” As well, Hunter doesn’t believe there’s a clear picture of who is responsible for paying what.

I don’t think they thought this through... I think it will cost a lot of money, which will cost jobs. “They talk about the producers and when we are buying from a nursery here in B.C., that person is considered the producer. They’re supposed to pay the fee,” Hunter said. “I’ve got suppliers saying to me, ‘No, no, no. I don’t have to pay.’ So if I buy those products and sell those products and somebody comes back and audits me three years later and says, ‘That company didn’t pay so you have to pay it.’” He finds himself increasingly frustrated, and said as far as he can see, there’s not enough clarity for businesses in terms of how the program will play out. And Hunter noted that the cost to businesses makes a much bigger impact than if households were to absorb the costs. “There’s a lot of number being thrown

around right now. One is that the average homeowner pays $200 to $300 for garbage and recycling and if we’re saying it’s going to cost the average business $3,000 to $5,000 – if you took an extra $10 to $15 per household, you’d pay for all of this,” he said.

BUSINESS GROUPS OPPOSED

Opposition continues to mount over the new recycling program. The Surrey Board of Trade and the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce have come out against the program, citing the potential hardships it poses to businesses. Anita Huberman, CEO of the SBoT, said there are considerable concerns with the way the program has been rolled out. “We’re concerned that the financial and administrative impact on business will result in much higher fees required to comply with the law, or administrative loads necessary to comply with these additional levels of red tape. This will increase the cost to business and, in effect, our economy,” she said. The SBoT urges the province to impose a delay in the program, or stop it altogether. Cliff Annable, executive director of the chamber, said there will be huge costs to many businesses. “I don’t think they thought this through,” Annable said of the government. “So simply, we as a chamber cannot support the program as it now stands. I think it will cost a lot of money, which will cost jobs.” The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is also asking the province to rethink the plan. Meanwhile, the cities of White Rock and Surrey have signed a Multi Material BC recycling contract, while Delta has deferred participation to have an opportunity to look into the plan’s “true cost.” The program is set to roll out on May 19.

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Cote said he hears from residents that they don’t feel safe on roads they previously did. He added that without significant investment in road creation there’s not much that can be done to the Royal City’s road network. “We already have over 450,000 vehicles travelling through our city (daily),” he said. And New Westminster reports state the tolling of the Port Mann Bridge has already led to 6,000 more crossings per day. New Westminster doesn’t see the future demand for a larger Pattullo, Cote said, but rather says increased traffic should be on the Port Mann. “A lot of this traffic was really intended to be focused on a highway network,” he said of truck traffic on the bridge, and there was some discussion about New Westminster’s idea to ban said traffic on the structure. He went on to say the city believes a bigger bridge is “not warranted, justified and we think it’s actually a waste of resources at this point in time.” Cote was met with questions from Surrey about New Westminster’s recentlyreleased position paper – both as to why it was created outside of the discussions with TransLink and Surrey, and why the Royal City embarked on a tour to share it with other municipalities. To that, Cote said the landscape changed, as the issue became more of a Metro Vancouver and mayors’ council decision. “It wasn’t about pulling a fast one on the City of Surrey,” Cote noted. “It was more about trying to develop an understanding of the issue as best we could.”

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Surrey Coun. Tom Gill, who chairs the transportation and infrastructure committee, strongly emphasized the city’s position that the bridge should be built with six lanes. Gill said Surrey would support a phased opening of the increased lanes, until New Westminster was able to handle more traffic. In response, Cote emphasized the city wouldn’t close the door on designing a structure with the flexibility to be upgraded in the future, but added, “There would be a lot of skepticism from the New Westminster side if you had a bridge where all it would take is a removal of a barrier, and two weeks after opening could be easily switched to a six-lane bridge,” Cote said. Surrey Coun. Barbara Steele took issue with New Westminster’s idea to toll a new Pattullo. “It’s not that we would be upset, I think it would be a lot greater than that. We would be almost outraged,” Steele said. She went on to say the Alex Fraser Bridge,

which hasn’t entered into the equation at all, would be the only way in and out of Surrey without having to pay tolls in such a scenario. “That’s a little bit more than just being upset. That cuts us off Jonathan Cote from the region.” Steele said bridges are meant to last more than 35 or 40 years. “So to neglect putting the capability for six lanes to deal with the growth that’s going to be going on south of the Fraser would be nothing less than negligent. I think we have to recognize that the growth is here,” she said. But Cote considers it more negligent to spend hundreds of millions of dollars today based on anticipated future road demands. Cote said New Westminster is open to dialogue, but “the devil will be in the details.”

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After New Westminster’s presentation, Surrey’s transportation manager Jaime Boan said costs of a new, six-lane structure were somewhat overstated in New Westminster’s position paper. Boan said in the paper, the key negative aspect of the six-lane option was the lack of cost effectiveness, but said that was because of New Westminster’s request for a tunnelled new road underneath Royal Avenue across the entire city. “So that is what put it into the not-costeffective category,” Boan said. Boan also said a lot of steps have been taken in the past that have contributed to road congestion in the Royal City. “The approach New Westminster has been taking over the past number of years is to try to divert the traffic elsewhere. So for example, Royal Avenue two lanes were taken away and that has caused, of course, more congestion of Royal Avenue,” Boan said, adding that some past New Westminster decisions are “partially creating the issues and concerns that are being experienced now.” After the meeting, Gill said he remains just as frustrated as he was going into it. Gill worries that if New Westminster “continues to filibuster” that TransLink may not see any other option but to invest $300 million in upgrading the current structure. A 2013 report from Metro Vancouver found that the Pattullo Bridge does not have adequate sidewalks or barriers for pedestrians and cyclists, and that the 76year-old bridge may not survive a moderate earthquake or ship collision. “Let’s get on it. I’m not quite sure how many more people have to die on that bridge,” Gill said.

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FLEETWOOD — Neighbours are rallying to help those whose homes were ruined by fire. A bottle drive this Saturday, April 12 is just one way people are trying to help residents of the Springfield Gardens townhouse complex, at 8717 159th St., Surrey. Six families, including one without home insurance, were forced to move out of their homes because of significant damage caused by fire on Feb. 13. The families are living elsewhere while the six units are being rebuilt, neighbour Lorena Cottrell told the Now. “As this is a devastating time for the families, we want to give them support to help them move forward,” she explained. “Donations of clothing and food have been coming in, as well as furniture, however it is money to help with rent, strata fees and continuation of mortgage payments that is now the priority.” To date, $3,205 has been raised via a GoFundMe initiative, online at www.

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NEWTON — A 25-year-old Surrey man has been arrested and charged in relation to an “unprovoked, vicious attack” on a Coast Mountain bus operator. At roughly 8 p.m. on March 26, the 341 Guildford bus picked up a man and woman on 72nd Avenue at 132nd Street in Surrey. Within minutes, the man allegedly punched the operator in the face before jumping off the bus. The bus operator suffered a broken nose, broken bones in his face, continuing vision impairment in one eye and loosened teeth. “At the time of the attack there were approximately 30 passengers onboard the bus,” said Transit Police spokeswoman Anne Drennan. “By the time police arrived, many had left the area. Investigators would very much like to speak to everyone on the bus at the time of the incident.” The number to call is 604-515-8300. Meantime, the Metro Vancouver Transit Police Crime Reduction Unit arrested a suspect in Newton on April 2 while he was driving a stolen vehicle. Sean Tyler Quaye has been charged with driving while prohibited and assault causing bodily harm. Tom Zytaruk

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DELTA — The Corporation of Delta has launched its new website. “We are excited to offer not just a new website, but a new online facility that complements Delta’s existing facilities, programs and services, and will continue to serve as a vital resource and communication tool,” Mayor Lois Jackson said.

The municipality anticipates a lot more traffic on this new site, at www.delta.ca, as it has been designed with mobile users in mind. It cost $161,474 – roughly $48,000 under budget. “This was an internal project that harnessed the skills and expertise of employees across the organization, who worked together to create a functional, attractive resource for the public while keeping the cost as low as possible,” Jackson said.

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SURREY — A burglar who terrorized a North Delta household has been sentenced to five years in prison. Yonatan Abraham Kassa, 28, originally from the Sudan, broke into a house on Fairfield Place in Scottsdale with another man on Aug. 22, 2011 after casing the place out. He pleaded guilty to breaking into the house, using an imitation gun, and theft over $5,000. The Crown sought six years and the defence sought four. Justice Robert Crawford, in B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster, noted that Kassa and his accomplice were under police surveillance at the time. They tried to pry the front door open with a bar, but ended up smashing it in. Two tenants, a man and woman, were inside the house and left with “great speed” when they heard the burglars, Crawford noted. They bailed out of the back door – the woman still in her pyjamas – hid in a shed in the backyard, and then jumped two fences. “Then they called the owner and the owner called a friend who lived nearby and then they called the police. Curiously, given the police were onlookers, calling the police seems rather redundant but of course nobody knew that,” Crawford remarked. “The man said he was freaked out; it scared the hell out of him. The lady has been far more affected and is seeing a therapist. “There is an effect within the community,” Crawford noted. “It appears the violence of these matters sometimes, like a pebble in a lake, causes circles of fear and mistrust.” After ransacking the house, the burglars loaded two small safes containing several thousand dollars, as well as computers, cellphones and some brand name ladies’ handbags into a van they’d pulled up to the front door. Before leaving, the thieves were interrupted by a gardener and a neighbour who “promptly” left when told to. Crawford noted that the neighbour “literally charged in” and then “charged out equally fast” when Kassa’s accomplice raised a gun with a silencer. The thieves took off in the van to a shopping centre, where the police closed in on them. Police found the van contained not only the stolen property but what the Crown described as being a “home invasion kit” containing bear spray, balaclavas, changes of clothing, licence plates and tools, a gun and an imitation gun. Kassa had already been in trouble with the law for drug trafficking, breaching court orders, break and entry, trespassing at night and driving while prohibited. He’d already spent 23 months in custody, waiting for the North Delta burglary charges to be dealt with in court. Crawford sentenced him to five years minus the time served. Crawford noted that people “are entitled to feel free and secure in their residence. “Society cannot tolerate criminal intrusion into the privacy of the home,” he said, “otherwise people start resorting – as we see south of the border – to having guns in their home and sometimes quite innocent people on their doorstep get blown away.”


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f the political winds blowing through Surrey city hall weren’t blustery enough, a voice from the past has roiled the air currents significantly. The new city hall building is now open for business. The assorted departments have made the move north from Highway 10 into the heart of Whalley World and on March 31, Surrey city council met for the first time in its new home. The fancy new digs drew the expected “oohs” and “aahs” from those in attendance – with one notable exception: former Surrey mayor Doug McCallum. McCallum, who lost to current Mayor Dianne Watts in the 2005 civic election, has largely stayed out of the public eye in the eight-plus years since his departure from city hall. And yet there he was, popping by the new city hall to see what was happening because, after all, he had a meeting in the area. He professed that he didn’t even know the council meeting was the first ever in the new crown jewel pushed through

by his successor. An amazing coincidence, really. Watts introduced McCallum at the meeting and at a break, Now reporter Amy Reid approached the former mayor and introduced herself. The two chatted briefly about the impressive new council chambers before McCallum moved on to talk with other people he knew in the room. Before the break was over, McCallum returned to where Reid was sitting and resumed their conversation. This time, however, McCallum had much more to say. The former mayor blasted the current civic leaders for the new city hall building, describing the structure as “wasted taxpayers’ money.” McCallum said the money spent on the new building in Whalley – $97 million and counting – was too much and the impact of such spending would be felt in areas that are already underserved in terms of recreation and arts facilities. But McCallum wasn’t done yet. He then proceeded to take aim at the Surrey City Development Corporation for a perceived conflict of interest in approving buildings the city would benefit from financially. He followed that up by stating his opposition to a SCDC project in South

Surrey that includes a pair of high-rise towers. The SCDC needs the towers included in the project to make it financially viable, a contention McCallum rejects saying the money would be available if the city hadn’t spent “over $100 million on city hall.” Again, just random thoughts from a guy who dropped by on a whim to see what all the fuss was about. His observations naturally led to a question about making another run for the mayor’s chair, but he laughed off such suggestions claiming he hadn’t thought about such a scenario. And if you believe that, might I also interest you in purchasing a lovely fixer upper in Bridgeview known locally as the Pattullo Bridge? Since then, McCallum has appeared for interviews on

at least two radio stations, and on April 8, he just happened to drop by a transit forum at SFU. Must have had a meeting in the area, no? These are interesting times in Surrey city politics. Watts has now served three terms as mayor and is regarded by many pundits in British Columbia as somewhat of a golden child for whichever higher level of office – federal or provincial – that she opts to pursue. A move to Victoria is unlikely, given that we just held a provincial election last spring and the next vote won’t occur until 2017. The next federal election, however, is slated for October of 2015 and by golly, wouldn’t you know it, one of the safest Conservative seats west of Alberta is up for grabs. Current MP Russ Hiebert has outworn his welcome in

the riding of South SurreyWhite Rock-Cloverdale and, rather than face challengers for the nomination in the riding, is taking his fat pension and riding off into the sunset. At the same time, Surrey will hold elections in November for all eight council seats and the mayor’s chair. Watts’ Surrey First “coalition of independents” currently holds every seat on council and, despite some recent hiccups, are unlikely to be seriously challenged by the

left-leaning Surrey Matters party. But what if another development-friendly party were to emerge to challenge the Surrey First team, minus the formidable Watts? That would certainly crank up the heat, especially if the new “coalition of independents” has a credible figurehead to lead the charge. Like, say, a certain former mayor… Michael Booth can be reached at mbooth@ thenownewspaper.com

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B.C. Chamber was one of earliest MMBC critics The Editor, Re: “CEO raises valid concerns about MMBC recycling program,” the Now editorial, March 27. We appreciate your attention to the MMBC recycling program but we were disappointed to see such glaring errors of fact concerning the efforts of the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and our network of local chambers. Your editorial accuses the B.C. Chamber of ignoring our members’ needs and of “rubberstamping” government policy. This is false. It is regrettable that you rushed to press without more rigorous fact checking. In fact, the B.C. Chamber, working closely with our network, was one of the MMBC program’s earliest and most dedicated critics. In close consultation with local chambers, we launched advocacy efforts in July 2013, calling for measures to mitigate impacts on B.C. businesses. Before B.C.’s chambers took up this cause, MMBC had zero plans to bring in a small business policy and the recycling regulation on packaging and printed paper (PPP) had no exemptions to protect small

businesses. It was clear to us that B.C.’s smallest businesses faced not only fees but a nightmare of red tape. As a direct result of our advocacy, this has changed. We were able to ensure that no business that earns less than $1 million annually will be captured in this program. Similarly, no “Mom and Pop” shop will be captured. As well, no small producer of PPP (less than one tonne annually) will be captured. These exemptions remove approximately 27,000 B.C. PPP producer businesses from the program, leaving only one per cent of all B.C. businesses affected. Moreover, we advocated, and achieved, having these exemptions enshrined in regulation – something that no other Canadian province has achieved for its small businesses on a PPP program. Absolutely, we have thanked government for its responsiveness to our network’s needs. But we are not “rubberstamping” anything. We have identified additional problem areas, including the treatment of franchises and potential hardship to industries such as community newspapers. We are actively working to identify and

advocate mitigation measures, as we strive to protect a business-friendly B.C. John Winter, president and CEO, BC Chamber of Commerce

Hiring preferences based on race is wrong The Editor, Re: “Company claims staff were harassed for being Chinese,” the Now, April 3. Racism should be wrong for all, even for employers of minorities. A Surrey metal recycling plant is crying wolf, using the “no-English” clause of their staff as their defence against local bylaw officers. Nobody should tolerate companies, corporations or industries whose hiring preferences are within a chosen minority group. Hire the best qualified Canadians – without discrimination or close the business! Isn’t that the law? Or is there some secret back door privileges for some? Marcel Larouche, Surrey

An idea to keep trains silent in White Rock The Editor, I know a simple and inexpensive way to stop the trains blasting their horns at night through Crescent Beach and White Rock. Instead of the City of White Rock spending $10 million to make changes that will not stop the train horn blasts, BNSF can be made to use one of its trucks with rail wheels and one of its workers to operate it 500 feet in front of the trains and clear the way for all their trains from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. Under this plan, the engineers would not have to blast their horns through the night. They have the equipment and the staff already employed to do this. This is a simple and instant procedure. Robert Melynchuk, Surrey YOUR LETTERS: Email your letters to the editor to edit@thenownewspaper.com. Please keep letters short and please include your full name and where you live.

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SURREY — Out of all the types of music, rap is perhaps considered the most controversial, but some local artists are proving that the genre can be a healthy creative outlet. Rick Kumar and Calvin Tiu, both 21, make up the Surreybased rap duo of Big Love and Kalvonix. They each got into rap for similar reasons, but took different paths in music before teaming up. “I was bullied a lot in elementary school and I didn’t have a voice,” said Tiu, who has cerebral palsy and walks with crutches or uses a motorized wheelchair. “I was bullied due to the fact that I look different to my peers. “People used to call me terrible things like ‘cripple’ or kick me down to the gravel, and it was those kind of things where I would totally shut down.” In Grade 7, Tiu heard Eminem for the first time and was inspired by how the Detroit rapper took struggles in his life and turned them into music. He bought a journal and started writing raps based off of his experiences with bullying. “I rehearsed them to my parents and they said, ‘Calvin, you should actually do this, you should start rapping,’” said Tiu. “It was an outlet for me to express my inner struggle.” Kumar’s interest in rap came after he started writing poetry in his early years of high school. At the time, he wrote solely for himself, but broke out of his shell around the age of 15. “I was a pretty shy kid in Grade 8 and 9 – any time there was a class photo, I was the guy in the back peeking through heads,” he said. “I get to Grade 10 and I���m like, ‘I’ve got to change my life.’” After performing in a school play, Kumar and the rest of the cast were required to share their experiences with the production. Instead of just talking about the performance, he wrote a poem and recited it for his peers. “I got into this flow and I didn’t understand what I was writing yet, and I put the paper down and look and there’s two girl’s crying,” he said, adding that his emotional poem inspired a classmate to call him Big Love, which stuck as his rap name. From there, he moved into doing slam poetry and spoken word to spread his poems. Soon after, a mutual friend introduced Kumar to Tiu and the two started sharing their passion for live performance. “Calvin was like, ‘Hey, man, I rap, you write poetry – we could create a link in between. Why don’t you start rapping?’” The two are inspired by a wide range of artists, from

Calvin Tiu (left) and Rick Kumar, as Surrey-based rap duo Big Love and Kalvonix, put together a collaborative album titled The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of, as part of an assignment for an English class at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

We wanted to show that rap is much more than just these negative, misogynistic ideas that we see on television. You can use it to learn, and that’s what we did. modern hip-hoppers like Kid Cudi to classic rock bands like Queen and Pink Floyd. “You can’t pigeonhole your music,” said Kumar of his and Tiu’s musical tastes. “Music is the flow of life. You take it as it comes.” Most recently, Kumar and Tiu have put together a collaborative album titled The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of, as part of an assignment for an English class at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. The duo wrote eight songs based off of children’s literature like Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland and Where the Wild Things Are, as well as adult novels.

“I’m not going to lie, I hoped that maybe if I did a rap album, I wouldn’t have to write an essay,” said Tiu with a laugh. The class also read Tweaked, a novel by a local author that deals with drug addiction. The 192-page paperback influenced the duo to write a song about the dangers of drug abuse. “Rap already has a lot of history dealing with drug addiction and people talking about drugs, but I think people think of rap as a type of music that glorifies drugs, but we didn’t want to do that – we wanted to speak about addiction itself and give that a twist,” said Tiu. Kumar added that one of the goals of the album was to shatter the public’s negative perception of rap music by making something positive in the genre. “People look at rap very negatively, and that was one of our focuses with creating this album. We wanted to show that rap is much more than just these negative, misogynistic ideas that we see on television. “You can use it to learn, and that’s what we did.”

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festivals/fairs “party for the planet”: City of Surrey’s annual Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 26 in plaza area of city’s new city hall, with indoor

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Arbor Day

sat, may 3 | 10am-1pm

Celebrate Surrey’s 10th Annual Arbor Day at the brand new Dufferin Park! Help plant some trees, enjoy live music, activities and games, refreshments and more! All equipment provided, drop in, rain or shine.

Birding Walk at Redwood Park

» dufferin park 3 Avenue and 174 Street Hosted by: Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture

sat, april 19 | 9-11am

See how local birds use the arboretum, a collection of trees from around the world. Great for beginner to intermediate birders. Bring your binoculars and a field guide if you have them. Rain or shine. » redwood park 17900 - 20 Avenue Hosted by: Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture

Darts Hill Garden Spring Open House

Clean Sweep

Wander among the flowering rhododendrons, magnolias, and perennials of this 7.5-acre garden. Enjoy demonstrations on native plants, beekeeping, composting, and more; ask the Master Gardeners a question; buy a plant at the Plant Sale; join in the guided tour at 11:30am.

sat, april 19 | 10am-12pm

Participate in one of the five park cleanups taking place across Surrey this Earth Day. Gloves, litter-pickers, bags and t-shirts provided (while supplies last). Visit www.surrey.ca/cleansweep for details.

» royal Kwantlen park 13044 - 106 Avenue » tamanawis park 12601 - 64 Avenue » clayton park 18513 - 70 Avenue » guildford heights park 10176 - 154 Street » fleetwood park 15802 - 80 Avenue » crescent Beach 136 McBride Avenue Hosted by: Partners in Parks

Gardening Workshop: Plant Propagation tue, april 22 | 7-8pm

Learn different methods of propagating plants from seed, from cuttings and by division. Learn which equipment is best and get solutions to common problems. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » semiahmoo library 1815 - 152 Street Hosted by: BC Master Gardeners

Releaf Community Tree Planting wed, april 23 | 5:30-7:30pm

Help build Surrey’s urban forest by planting large shade trees at Katzie Park. Learn more about trees in our City. All tools and a pizza dinner will be provided. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » Katzie park 19373 - 68 Avenue Hosted by: Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture

The Buzz about Mason Bees thu, april 24 | 6-8pm

Learn about the non-aggressive mason bee, release some live bees, and plant some beefriendly shrubs around the Surrey Nature Centre’s “Bee Tree”. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065.

» surrey nature centre 14225 Green Timbers Way Hosted by: Surrey Nature Centre

sat, april 26, may 24 | 10am-4pm

» darts hill garden park 16 Avenue at 170 Street Hosted by: Darts Hill Garden Conservancy Trust Society

Semiahmoo Trail Habitat Restoration sat, april 26 | 10am-1pm

Help the friends of Semiahmoo Heritage Trail remove invasive plants and plant native trees and shrubs. Tools and refreshments will be provided. Rain or shine. Submit a photo of Semiahmoo Trail, or wildlife or plants around the trail to sueandron@shaw. ca before this event to win a prize! » semiahmoo trail SE corner of 148 Street & 28 Avenue across from Victory Memorial Park Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Heritage Trail

Uncover Your Creeks: Stewardship Event

sat, april 26, may 31 | 10am-12pm

Help remove invasive plants, learn about watersheds and test water quality in the Serpentine River. We provide tools, gloves and snacks. Rain or shine. Preregistration is appreciated; email sjohal@evergreen.ca.

» tynehead regional park Serpentine Hollow entrance, 10060 - 161 Street Hosted by: Evergreen

Seed Saving Basics

sat, april 26 | 10:30am-12pm

Gain some seed saving experience and knowledge. Discover where openpollinated heirloom seeds come from and how to pick, dry, store, and save them to plant next season. Preregistration is required; call 604-592-6956.

» elgin heritage park - historic stewart farm 13723 Crescent Road Hosted by: Historic Stewart Farm

Living Streets

sat, april 26 | 11am-1pm

Share your opinions, concerns, and compliments regarding Surrey’s streets, pathways, parks, and public spaces. Take a walk to share and learn from one another. What changes would you like to see on Surrey streets? » newton library 13795 - 70 Avenue Hosted by: Better Environmentally Sound Transportation (BEST)

sat, april 26 | 10am-9pm

Celebrate our city, the region and the planet at this unforgettable Earth Day event! For more information visit www.surrey.ca/partyfortheplanet

» new surrey city hall 13450 - 104 Avenue Hosted by: The City of Surrey

Nicomekl Enhancement Society Open House and Fish Release

Geocaching Treasure Hunt

Help release 20,000 chinook salmon, take part in an educational tour, have fun with fishy activities, and enjoy refreshments (by donation). Don’t forget your boots and to dress for the weather.

wed, may 21 | 5-7pm

sat, april 26 | 11am-2pm

» nicomekl fish hatchery 5263 - 232 Street, Langley Hosted by: Nicomekl Enhancement Society

Pitch In Canada! Clean-up at Blackie Spit

sun, april 27 | 10am-1pm

Help clean up the shoreline of this important, well-used park. Dress for the weather and don’t forget your gumboots and binoculars. Preregistration is required; email a.prentice@shaw.ca. All tools and refreshments are provided. » Blackie spit park 3136 McBride Avenue Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society

Earth Day Pilgrimage to Burns Bog sun, april 27 | 1-4pm

Unlock your inner environmental child at the Earth Day Pilgrimage in the Delta Nature Reserve. Enjoy a music-filled nature walk to celebrate Mother Earth. Rain or shine. » delta nature reserve Meet at Planet Ice 10388 Nordel Court, Delta Hosted by: Burns Bog Conservation Society

Owl Prowl

tue, april 29, may 20 | 7-8:30pm

Come out, prowl about, have a hoot and see Who! Who! Who! lives in the park at night. A guest from OWL Rehabilitation Society will introduce live owls and lead a guided walk into the park. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » elgin heritage park - historic stewart farm 13723 Crescent Road Hosted by: O.W.L. Rehabilitation Society

Discovery Day

sat, may 3 | 10am-12pm

» hawthorne park 10513-144 Street » south surrey athletic park 14600 - 20 Avenue

Navigate to specific Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates and attempt to find the hidden cache to win prizes! Preregistration is required; call 604-501-5100. GPS units will be provided. Hosted by: Partners in Parks

Good Bug, Bad Bug

sat, may 3 | 11am-12pm

Scout out and learn about BC’s bugs. Venture into our vegetable and flower gardens to identify beneficial bugs then play Bug Bingo. Preregistration is required; call 604-592-6956.

» elgin heritage park - historic stewart farm 13723 Crescent Road Hosted by: Historic Stewart Farm

Mandarin Language Guided Nature Walk sat, may 3 | 3-5pm

小溪流經草原濕地,高聳稀疏的樹林內有西 部鐵杉、大葉楓、鮭莓與藤楓。這裡擁有少 數奇花異草,包括香草葉、羅伯氏藥草、荷 苞牡丹、鈴蘭、延齡花,各種野百合花。 » hi-Knoll park 19569 Colebrook Road Hosted by: Green Club

Surrey’s 75,000th Street Tree Planting wed, may 7 | 6-8pm

Help us plant and commemorate Surrey’s 75,000th street tree! Learn about the trees in your neighbourhood, enjoy games, activities, refreshments, and more!

» 69c neighbourhood park 19533 - 66 Avenue Hosted by: Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture

fri, may 2, mon, may 26 | 10am-2pm

Meet a nature guide to start your discoveries in the forest. Create an eco-craft, explore with a scavenger hunt and learn something new with our interactive Exploration Boxes. Rain or shine. Drop in. » surrey nature centre 14225 Green Timbers Way Hosted by: Surrey Nature Centre

Boundary Bay Wetlands

sat, may 3, june 7 | 9am-12pm

How much do we know about our local wetlands? Join naturalists on a tour of the Serpentine Fen and get acquainted with the features and activities in our local wetlands.

» serpentine wildlife management area 14246 - 44 Avenue Hosted by: White Rock & Surrey Naturalists Society

EarthFest

sat, may 3 | 11am-3pm

This family-friendly nature festival includes nature walks, bird and bee box making, interpretive displays, games and prizes! Visit Wildlife Rescue’s hospital open house! » Burnaby lake rowing pavilion 6871 Roberts Street, Burnaby Hosted by: Wildlife Rescue Association of BC

Learn to Fish

wed, may 7, may 21, june 4 | 6-8pm

Catch the fun and learn about when, where and how to catch a fish, followed by hands-on fishing at the lake! All equipment included. Ages 5-15, parent participation required. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » green timbers urban forest 14600 block of 100 Avenue Hosted by: Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC

Owl Prowl

thu, may 8, june 5 | 7-8:30pm

Come out, prowl about, have a hoot and see Who! Who! Who! lives in the park at night. A guest from OWL Rehabilitation Society will introduce live owls and lead a guided walk into the park. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065.

» surrey nature centre 14225 Green Timbers Way Hosted by: O.W.L. Rehabilitation Society


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International Migratory Bird Day Celebration sat, may 10 | 8am-12pm

Join bird enthusiasts for a morning with the birds. Learn about and celebrate the amazing migrations along the Pacific Flyway. » 8am little campbell hatchery 1284 184 Street; 10am Blackie spit park 3136 McBride Avenue Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society

Storm Drain Marking Challenge – Painting Party! sat, may 10 | 9am-2pm

Join us for FREE family fun to kick off Surrey’s Storm Drain Marking Challenge. Sign up for a challenge kit and participate in fun “fishy” activities and crafts. » north surrey recreation centre 10275 City Parkway Hosted by: Surrey Engineering Department

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Take a Walk on the “Sunnyside” tue, may 20 | 6:30-8:30pm

Learn about native trees, shrubs, wildlife, and ecosystems in Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest. See evidence of past logging activities to present day conservation efforts. Bring binoculars if you have them; rain or shine. » sunnyside acres urban forest Wally Ross parking lot; 24 Avenue between 144 & 148 Streets Hosted by: Sunnyside Acres Heritage Society

Village Surrey Movie Night: A Day in my Carbon Neutral Life wed, may 21 | 6-8:30pm

Explore what “the good life” looks like in a carbon-neutral future, and what kinds of changes — to our everyday lives, and also to the communities and broader society around us — are needed to get there.

Salmon Send-Off

» city centre library, dr. ambedkar room 10350 University Drive Hosted by: Village Surrey Transition Initiative

Release salmon fry, tour the hatchery, join children’s activities and experience a walk in salmon habitat. Have a barbeque lunch at the concession.

Salmon Stewards in the City of Surrey

Insect-O-Rama

Join the SHaRP Team in restoring ponds and streamside locations by taking part in interactive games and activities to learn about becoming stewards to your watershed. More info: www.surrey.ca/sharp

sat, may 10 | 11am-3pm

» tynehead hatchery 16585 - 96 Avenue Hosted by: Serpentine Enhancement Society and Metro Vancouver Parks

wed, may 14, may 28 | 6-7:30pm

Wiggly, slippery, fuzzy or shiny; learn about the little creatures that call Green Timbers Park home and see some amazing insects up close. Take home a fun “bug” craft too! Rain or shine. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065.

» surrey nature centre 14225 Green Timbers Way Hosted by: Surrey Nature Centre

Uncover Your Creeks: Nature in the City Workshop thu, may 15 | 6-8:30pm

“Uncover Your Creeks” is Evergreen’s watershed education program. This workshop will dive into watersheds and impacts from urbanization. Featuring guest speakers and interactive activities. Preregistration required; visit www.surreynature.eventbrite.ca.

» city centre library 10350 University Drive, Room 418 Hosted by: Evergreen

Birding Walk at Surrey Lake Park sat, may 17 | 9-11am

Explore the lake, meadow, marsh and forest in this diverse park. Great for beginner to intermediate birders. Bring binoculars and a field guide if you have them. Rain or shine.

» surrey lake park 152 Street, between 72 and 76 Avenues; parking lot can only be accessed by travelling north on 152 Street Hosted by: Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture

Boundary Bay Shorekeeper Training

fri, may 16 | 5:30-9:30pm sat, may 17 | 9am-3pm sun, may 18 | 9am-3pm

Learn how to map, survey, and collect data pertaining to invertebrates. Use this knowledge by participating in future surveys. Preregistration is required; email mshiker4@ gmail.com or visit www.birdsonthebay.ca. » south surrey recreation centre 14601 - 20 Avenue, Room MP1 Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society

Gardening Workshop: Gardening Basics for Families

sat, may 17 | 10am-12pm & 1-3pm

Learn gardening essentials from building soil to placing plants. By asking “What does a plant need to survive?” participants will master the basics of gardening. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » elgin heritage park - historic stewart farm 13723 Crescent Road Hosted by: BC Master Gardeners

thu, may 22 | 2:30-4:30pm

» hyland creek park 6543-140 Street other dates and locations: tue, may 27 chantrell creek park 13705 - 24 Avenue fri, may 30 robson park 100 Avenue & 126 Street wed, june 4 hawthorne park 10513 - 144 Street Hosted by: Salmon Habitat Restoration Program (SHaRP)

The Glades Garden Open House sat, may 24, june 7 | 10am-2pm

Visit this special 10-acre woodland garden that is home to many species of rare and unusual rhododendrons, azaleas and heritage trees. Don’t forget your camera! For more info contact 604-501-5050 or visit www.surrey.ca/gardens. Most trails are not suitable for wheelchair access. Sorry, no pets please.

» the glades garden park 561 - 172 Street, very limited roadside parking; carpool if possible Hosted by: Partners in Parks

Nature Discovery at Surrey’s International Children’s Festival sat, may 24 | 10:30am-7:30pm

Discover the magic in nature! Invite fairies and gnomes to make a home in your own garden by creating a one-of-a-kind magical door out of natural materials. Look for us at the Surrey Nature Centre tent. » Bear creek park 13750-88 Avenue Hosted By: Surrey Nature Centre and Surrey’s Natural Areas Partnership (SNAP)

World Turtle Day Celebration sat, may 24 | 12-4pm

Celebrate the ongoing recovery of the endangered painted turtle. Visit interactive booths; look for turtle food and turtles in Green Timbers Lake; join a naturalist for a walk through the park. Rain or shine.

» green timbers urban forest 14600 block of 100 Avenue - additional parking on 144 Street Hosted by: Coastal Painted Turtle Project

Coyotes 101

sat, may 24 | 2-3pm

Find out how coyotes came to live alongside us and how to make you and your community coyote-aware. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » surrey nature centre 14225 Green Timbers Way Hosted by: Stanley Park Ecology Society

Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest Open House

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sun, may 25 | 1-4pm

Meet this beautiful urban forest and the volunteers that work to preserve it. Enjoy activities including live entertainment and naturalist-led tours through the forest. » sunnyside acres urban forest Wally Ross parking lot; 24 Avenue between 144 & 148 Streets Hosted by: Sunnyside Acres Heritage Society, Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture, & Surrey Natural Areas Partnership (SNAP)

Mandarin Language Guided Nature Walk sun, may 25 | 3-5pm

素里湖為水生昆蟲、兩棲類、爬蟲類、魚 類、鳥類和哺乳動物提供良好的棲息地。這 也是鮭魚與鱒魚的家。春天正是母鴨帶領小 鴨覓食,以及白頭鵰撫育小鷹的季節。 » surrey lake park 152 Street, between 72 and 76 Avenues; parking lot can only be accessed by travelling north on 152 Street Hosted by: Green Club

Gardening Workshop: Container Gardening

tue, may 27 | 7-8:30pm

Learn the “dos” and “don’ts” for both indoor and patio containers. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » semiahmoo library 1815 - 152 Street Hosted by: BC Masters Gardeners

Story Time in the Park wed, may 28

Enjoy an interactive story followed by arts and crafts in one of Surrey’s special spots. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6334. Ages 2-5.

10-11am redwood park (tree house) 17900-20 Avenue 1-2pm Bear creek park (Bear’s den) 13750-88 Avenue Hosted by: Partners in Parks

Marine Creatures and Eelgrass Presentation sat, may 31 | 10:30am-2pm

Learn about marine creatures and the importance of eelgrass habitat on our local beaches. Take a walk down the 1001 steps to the beach and go exploring. Wear appropriate footwear and dress for the weather. Preregistration is required; email a.prentice@shaw.ca.

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Mandarin Language Guided Nature Walk sun, june 1 | 3-5pm

森林公園內有小溪穿過其間,漫步於高大的 冷杉、鐵杉與紅柏下,空氣新鮮涼爽。野鳥 嬉戲於樹叢間,水鴨和魚狗覓食於池塘。散 步於青青草原上,視野遼闊,心曠神怡。 » crescent park 2610 - 132 Street Hosted by: Green Club

Gardening Workshop: Seed Saving Made Easy

tue, june 3 | 6:30-7:30pm

Learn how to save seeds from your favourite vegetables and flowers. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065.

» surrey nature centre 14225 Green Timbers Way Hosted by: BC Master Gardeners

Little Campbell River Bird Count sat, june 7 | 8am-12pm

Join in this annual bird count led by local naturalists in the Little Campbell River watershed. No experience necessary. » Brooksdale environmental centre 19353 - 16 Avenue Hosted by: A Rocha Canada

RiversFest

sat, june 7 | 11am-3pm

Celebrate conservation efforts in the Little Campbell River watershed. Participate in kids’ activities, get inspired by a keynote speaker, join a guided river walk, release young salmon into the river, and enjoy a hot lunch (available for purchase). » Brooksdale environmental centre 19353 - 16 Avenue Hosted by: A Rocha Canada

Gardening Workshop: Edibles in Pots sat, june 7 | 1-3pm

Imagine looking out your window to see pots spilling over with fresh vegetables and herbs. Come and learn how to do it. Preregistration is required; call 604-502-6065. » darts hill garden park 1680 - 168 Street, upper parking lot Hosted by: BC Masters Gardeners

» sanford hall, Kwomais point park 1367 - 128 Street Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society

Celebrate 140 Years of the Semiahmoo Trail sat, may 31 | 2-4pm

Celebrate 140 years of the Semiahmoo Wagon Road, now called the Semiahmoo Trail. Walk with knowledgeable guides along a portion of the Trail, and learn about its history, ongoing restoration, and wealth of native plants and wildlife. » semiahmoo trail SE corner of 148 Street & 28 Avenue across from Victory Memorial Park Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Heritage Trail

Be a Beach Hero: Marine Interpretive Walk sun, june 1 | 1:30-3pm

Enjoy a guided walk along the beach and learn about the special creatures who call Surrey’s shores home. Bring your camera and binoculars; dress for the weather. » Beecher place 12160 Beecher Place, Crescent Beach Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society

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» Blackie spit park 3136 McBride Avenue Hosted by: Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society and the City of Surrey


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Surrey Public Library Branches

See Events Schedule for dates and details of over 70 events.

Library Events Once UpOn An AcOrn: nAtUre StOrieS in the LibrAry Drop in at your neighbourhood Surrey Library Branch for a FUn storytime celebrating nature! Storytimes enrich a child’ hild’s imagination and a build a life-long love of reading.

city centre library – 10350 university drive

Thursday, April 24 | 3:45-4:45pm - age 5+, registration required (604-598-7420) Friday, April 25 | 10-10:30am - ages 0-5, drop in (snack included) Saturday, April 26 | 11-11:30am - all ages, drop in

cloverdale library – 5642-176a street Friday, May 23 | 10-10:30am - all ages, drop-in

fleetwood library – 15996-84 avenue

Friday May 9 | 10-10:30am - all ages, drop in Friday, May 9 | 11:30am-12pm - all ages, drop in

guildford library – 15105-105 avenue

Monday, May 12 | 6:30-7pm - all ages, drop in (pajamas welcome!) Tuesday May 13 | 10:30-11am - ages 1-2½ , drop in Thursday, May 15 | 10:30-11am - all ages, drop in

newton library – 13795-70 avenue

Saturday, May 3 | 2:30-3pm - all ages, drop in

ocean park library – 12854-17 avenue

Thursday, May 8 | 10-10:30am - all ages, drop in

port Kells library – 18885-88 avenue

Tuesday, May 13 | 3:30-4:30pm - all ages, drop in (craft included)

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ARTS & LIFE SEE MORE PHOTOS WITH LAYAR LEFT: Gillian Campbell (“Klondike Kate”), Ed Thompson and Sarah Moore of the “Klondike Kate Revue” greeted guests at the door. BELOW: Chair of Fraser Health Dave Mitchell, and wife and husband Susan Crawford and Rick Simpson.

Surrey-Cloverdale MLA Stephanie Cadieux, David Young.

Around Town The annual Sources fundraising gala Saturday, April 5 brought a Gold Rush-themed party to Hazelmere Golf & Country Club in Surrey

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LEFT: A can-can dancer in the evening’s show. Photos: GORD GOBLE

City of surrey WAT E R M A I N F L U S H I N G As part of the city’s maintenance program, the flushing of the watermains in the areas located between 56th Avenue & 80th Avenue & 120 Street to 152 Street will occur from Jan. 31, 2014 to May 31, 2014. Flushing of watermains is required to remove sediments and to maintain water quality. This may result in your water supply appearing cloudy due to the sediments. Since some staining of laundry may result and some industrial processes may be affected, we recommend the following. • Run your cold water tap until the water clears up • Check the water supply prior to doing laundry

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From celebrity sushi to Frank Lloyd Wright, we know how to pack it in. We toured the architect’s famous winter home and architecture school Taliesin West, which takes you into all the buildings of this monument to Early Modernism. Read the full Arizona itinerary (which includes where to stay, dine, spa and hike) at www.vitamindaily.com and check back next week for Day 2. travel & leisure

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Vancouver’s become the “It Girl” of spring fashion, with trends like Tom Ford’s SS ‘14, which glamorously confronts an distinctly localized vision of danger via mirror-y, shard-smattered dresses. Don this dress and you won’t be able to sit down—but you will look like False Creek at sunset, which is amazing. Find more Vancouverinspired fashion trends at www.vitamindaily.com. fashion & shoPPing

“moonlight and magnolias”: White Rock Players’ Club presents Ron Hutchinson script at Coast Capital Playhouse (1532 Johnston Rd., White Rock) from April 4 to 19 (Wednesday to Saturday, 8 p.m., plus Sunday, April 13 at 2:30 p.m. Call 604-536-7535 or visit www. whiterockplayers.ca. “seussical the musical” staged by Betty Huff Elementary theatre company from April 14 to 17, shows 7 p.m. nightly at 13055 Huntley Ave., Surrey. Tickets $6 available online and at door. Info: www. bettyhufftheatre.ca, 604-585-3104. “the drawer Boy”: Play written by Michael Healey is staged from April 17 to May 17 at Surrey Little Theatre, 7027 184th St., Surrey. A “humourous, heartwarming play about the simple pleasures of friendship, storytelling and remembrance.” Info: www. surreylittletheatre.com.

visual art surrey art gallery: “Ruptures in Arrival: Art in the Wake of the Komagata Maru” exhibit on view from April 12 to June 15; also “Art by Surrey Secondary School Students” on view to April 27. Gallery located

easter events easter Bake sale Saturday, April 12, from 9 am to 11 am, at Ukrainian Cultural Centre, 13512 108th Ave, Surrey. Traditional Easter breads such as paska and babka, borsch, perogies, and cabbage rolls will be available. Call 604-560-0152. community of hope free easter egg hunt on Sunday, April 13, 9 a.m. start at Strawberry Hills Cinema, Surrey. “Thousands of treatfilled plastic eggs will be hidden inside the theatres at the Strawberry Hill Theatre a week early this year. Children aged 2-12 are invited to grab their basket and join in the fun. Easter-themed arts and craft activities.” Info: www.gethope.ca,

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networKing valley women’s network meeting & Buffet luncheon on Thursday, April 17 at Sunrise Banquet & Conference Centre, 188th Street and Highway 10, Cloverdale. Tickets $23/$26/$30 via vwnlangreservations@gmail.com. Info: valleywomensnetwork.com, call 604-530-7304.

liBrary events want to learn more about how aging affects your voice? In recognition of International World Voice Day (April 16), Surrey Libraries is hosting a free workshop on Voice & Aging, Wednesday, April 16, 2 p.m. at City Centre Library. Speaker Sherri K. Zelazny, a registered speech language pathologist, will share how you can take care of your voice as you age. Call 604-598-7426 to register. There will also be a performance by the Sunrise Seniors’ Choir at 1 p.m. poetry night in punjabi and urdu: Tuesday, April 15, 6:30-8 p.m. at George Mackie Library. Hear two published poets/authors read and discuss their work and answer questions from the audience. At 8440 112th St., North Delta. Info: 604-594-8155, www.fvrl.bc.ca.

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Until May 18, Westbank is presenting “Gesamtkunstwerk: A Curated Exhibition on Architecture and City-Building Ready to Engage the Public”—an open-access, multi-media exhibition of the project’s architectural and engineering plans, building models and illustrations of commissioned public art. “Life as a total work of art”—the concept is prettier than the word.

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Join us as we discuss investments in education necessary for the productivity of our businesses. As we head into an era of skills shortages, it is imperative that industry needs are tied to the school curriculums (both at the elementary/high school and postsecondary levels). Without the proper training of youth, businesses will be forced to close as current skilled workers retire. Featurig for the first time together: • Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training, and Minister Responsible for Labour • Peter Fassbender, Minister of Education • Amrik Virk, Minister of Advanced Education A question and answer period will be included in the program.

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Meet the designers and makers of this amazing showcase as you support local small business! Partial proceeds go to Surrey Food Bank Society. Info: greatcanadiancraft. com. Baby to teen clothing & toy sale on Saturday, April 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cloverdale Fairgrounds, 6050 176th St., Surrey (Shannon Hall and Alice McKay buildings). “Families and those expecting this is a goldmine, everything from toys to strollers , clothing to baby gates we got it!” Early admission is $5, kids are free. Info: 778-895-8558, email kidswapmeets@hotmail.com.

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Spring is in the air and at ballparks all over the city, the overwhelming scent is that of hope as B.C. Premier Baseball League teams embark on a new season. The 2014 BCPBL campaign kicks off this weekend and local teams in Whalley, South Surrey and North Delta are eager to reap the benefits of the hard work they invested in the winter months.

White Rock Tritons Tritons coach Russ Smithson loves it when a plan comes together. When Smithson took over the reins of the South Surrey club, he drew up a plan for developing the program over a fiveyear period. This is now year five and so far, everything is falling into place for the Smithson and the Tritons. “Our boys are really excited this year,” the Tritons head coach said. “We start off every year excited about the new season, but this year our guys really see an opportunity. They’ve seen the way their teammates worked in the off-season and it wasn’t just 10 or 11 guys putting in the effort, everybody did. They really pushed each other and they’ve come along way from when they started three years ago. They’re ready to win — they’re hungry.” White Rock lost just four players from last season, only one of which was a starter. That leaves the 2014 edition of the Tritons loaded with veterans, with the remaining holes in the lineup being capably filled by junior guys moving up to the senior team. The Tritons spent a week this spring training and playing exhibition games in Arizona before returning home where they played an ambitious exhibition schedule. In total, White Rock has played 15 exhibition games and now the players are eager to start

White Rock Tritons pitcher Zach Campagne delivers a pitch during exhibition action against the Whalley Chiefs at South Surrey Athletic Park Sunday. The B.C. Premier Baseball League season begins this weekend. (Photo: GORD GOBLE) playing for real. “We’ve been fairly lucky so far,” Smithson said. “We managed to get a lot of games in this spring and now we’re ready to play games that matter. We’re so sick of playing games for nothing right now. We’ve been winning quite a bit so far even though nobody is officially keeping score. It’s still nice to know we’ve been winning some ball games.” The Tritons pitching staff is led by Scott Doucet, a lefthander who led the team with eight wins last season and pitched well enough to earn a Division 1 NCAA scholarship to Niagara University. He will

be pushed for team ace status by righty Jake Gill, the hardest thrower on the staff. At the plate, Dylan Yeager returns after hitting .320 as a Grade 11 in 2013, while James Pavelick has showed plenty of power this spring. “Both of those guys have been crushing the ball this spring,” Smithson said. “I can’t wait — I hope it carries over to the regular season.” Defensively, Daniel Cassino is looking good at shortstop with Liam Rihela covering second base to give the Tritons solid defence up the middle. Yeager will call the shots behind the plate.

The Tritons open the season with a weekend trip to Kelowna to take on Okanagan.

North Delta Blue Jays Head coach Michael Caleb is presiding over a near-complete rebuild of the Jays nest with only five players returning from 2013. Despite the youth movement, Caleb is optimistic about his team’s chances. “We’re excited about the new season and I think we have a lot of potential this year,” see HARD WORK › page 48

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The BC Government is proposing to offload the province’s world-class recycling programs, run by local municipalities, to an association led by big multi-national corporations. The idea is that we’ll get a better, more efficient program that costs taxpayers less. Unfortunately, what we’ll really end up with is anyone’s guess. The association isn’t guaranteeing that we’ll get a better program, or even one as good as the current Blue Box program already in place. Since the association is led by big businesses outside of BC, many of whom are not even headquartered in Canada, one could presume that profits will come before environmental stewardship. They usually do. They also won’t guarantee that there won’t be any job cuts here in BC. And how is this supposed to make things better for BC?

Currently, BC homeowners only pay, on average, $35 a year for curbside recycling. Under the proposed regime, you’ll pay more. Every time you bring home a pizza, buy toilet paper, or pretty much anything else that comes in a package, businesses will be passing their increased costs on to you. How much more? Well, nobody’s saying. Here’s the only thing anyone does know: we already have a Blue Box program that works, is efficient, managed locally and puts the BC environment first. So why is the BC government flipping a coin, bringing in a questionable recycling program that some of our local elected officials are already calling a “scam?” It’s time to contact Premier Clark and ask her.

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South Surrey’s Adam Svensson has not cooled off after a sizzling start to the NCAA Div. II golf season. The Barry University sophomore won his sixth tournament of the season April 1, helping the host team capture the Buccaneer Invitational for the sixth time in seven years at Miami’s Normandy Shores Golf Club. The Buccaneers, who matched the school record with their fifth tournament title of the season, shot 278 in Tuesday’s final round to win by 22 strokes. Svensson, shot a course- and schoolrecord 61 in Monday’s second round, won the tournament at 13-under 200. He shot 1-under 70 in the final round. Playing as an individual, Barry sophomore Nico Cavero, a Doral, Fla., native, was the runner-up, shooting 7under 206. Svensson led the tournament in par-4 scoring at 5-under. The Earl Marriott grad’s personal-best 61 to set the course record put himself in lofty company. Some of golf ’s greatest names, including legends Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead and Peter Thomson have played Normandy Shores, but none of them went lower

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Svensson wins again than Svensson’s 61. The previous course record was 63. The tournament win was Svensson’s second in a row following a dominant showing at the Bobcat Invitational in Georgia March 17. Svensson was the only golfer in the 93-player field to break par for the tournament. He finished at 1-under 139 in the 36-hole event on The Golf Club of Cuscowilla. The event was reduced to two rounds due to poor weather conditions. Svensson, the No. 1-ranked player in NCAA Div. II, won his fifth individual tournament title of the season. His victory established a school career record – all of his wins coming in the 2013-14 season. “It feels pretty good to break the record,” Svensson said in a press release. “It was brutal conditions, and I just kind of stuck in there. It’s a special win, knowing that it’s a record-setting win for Barry.” The Buccaneers, ranked No. 1 in the country, finished second as a team, shooting 284 in Tuesday’s final round for a 594 total.

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he said. “Hopefully the guys can carry the momentum from the fall into the spring now. We’ve played a lot of games this spring and that’s given us an opportunity to try guys out in different positions and give other guys a chance to secure starting roles on our team. It’s definitely good to be able to give our pitchers a lot of innings and our hitters a lot of good at-bats before the premier league season starts.” The Jays spent 10 days in Florida during spring break where they played exhibition games against local college teams. Last weekend they headed to Kamloops for the Best of the West tourney where they won one of four games against teams from B.C. and Alberta. The Kamloops results were disappointing, but Caleb and the Jays coaches have an extra week to make corrections before North Delta plays their first game on April 17. “Our strengths this year would be our offence and our starting pitching,” he said. “We actually have a fairly strong group of pitchers, which I’m excited about, and our hitters are something to get excited about too. We’re working on our defence, but right now that’s one of our weak points.” Dylan MacAhonic, Ryo Takenaka and Evan Rogers will head up the pitching staff for the Jays this season. At the plate, Malcolm Boehm has been the Jays top hitter throughout the spring and will start the season hitting leadoff. Boehm’s bat will be bolstered by the middle of the lineup with Brock Morgan, Rogers and Kevin Sengara. Catchers Morgan and Michael Smith will anchor the defence from behind the plate. Outfielders Dryden Rossiter and Curtis Hildenbrandt have looked sharp this spring, giving the Jays solid work in the outfield. Another bright spot for North Delta is Tyler Hoefer. The Grade 10 student can do it all, helping the Jays on the mound, at the plate and at shortstop.

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Whalley Chiefs Another team undergoing an overhaul this spring is the Whalley Chiefs where former stars Drew Parker, Cole Armstrong and Ryan Pilgrim have come home to coach after concluding their college and pro careers. The new coaches embarked on a vigorous off-season training program and when play begins this weekend, they will finally get to see if all the hard work has paid off. “We’ve done a lot of work in the batting cage over the winter and now that the weather is better, it’s great to be outside again,” Parker said. “The guys have worked really hard in the off-season and it’s great to get them outside where they can show their improvement. It’s early obviously, but the goal is to constantly improve as the season goes on. The guys have come a long way this spring and now we want to keep improving.” The Chiefs spent spring break in Phoenix training and playing exhibition games before returning to B.C. to close out the preseason. They earned a split of a Sunday doubleheader against the Tritons at South Surrey Athletic Park and now are focused on the regular season. “I think we’re going to be good,” Parker said. “We have really good pitching and our hitting is coming along pretty well. Defence is the key for us. If we play defensive baseball and do the little things well, then we’ll have a successful team.” Pitchers Jordan Dray, Max Williams and Cole Hunt will handle most of the pitching duties while Grade 11 lefty Nick Vellios will have a chance to make his mark. Colton Wright, Dray and Mitch Williams top the list of Whalley batters. The Chiefs open the season Saturday with a doubleheader against the Vancouver Cannons. First pitch is noon at Whalley Athletic Park. mbooth@thenownewspaper.com

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While waiting politely for a pedestrian to clear the intersection while turning right, this car received a wide grin and a giant wave from a woman wearing industrial welding goggles. She looked a bit like a bee. So does this. It’s the Beetle GSR, a special edition version of Volkswagen’s Turbo Beetle that’s a real honey of a car. Take that comment literally; this machine really does look like it was hatched in a hive.

If yellow stitching on a flat-bottomed steering wheel can really be considered tasteful, then the inside of the GSR is more tasteful than the exterior. It’s actually quite reserved in here, and you might never know it was a limited-run model – except that VW has helpfully written that fact on the steering wheel. Just 3500 GSRs will be sold worldwide. With the original car, all were gone in just two months. In Canada, fewer than 100 will be imported, so perhaps the rarity value is worth something.

The name comes from a tribute to the 1973 Gelb-Schwartz Renner (Yellow-Black Racer), a similarly bumblebeeshaded machine that is so famous, you never heard about until just now when I mentioned it. Sold only in the German home market, it had 50hp from an aircooled 1600cc and slightly larger wheels and tires – no Muhammad Ali here.

As far as the rest of the interior goes, this is essentially just an R-Line Beetle with a few extra badges. You get comfortable, great-looking seats that don’t provide quite enough lateral support as compared to a GTI, a very VWlooking dash layout, and a multi-gauge pod. Where the regular Turbo Beetle gets a neat carbon-fibre trim, this car gets matte-finish treatment to most of the surfaces, and the aforementioned yellow stitching everywhere.

Still, for the time the car was fairly nippy, and marked a change for the humble people’s car from modest little fuelsipper to unlikely performance hero. This new version has 210 turbocharged horses to draw on: is it all buzz, or is there a sting in the new GSR’s tail?

This particular version was equipped with the Beetle’s Technology package, which adds satellite navigation and an 8-speaker-plus-subwoofer Fender-branded premium audio. This works great for cleaning out your ears because it can and will melt your earwax.

Design:

While the Beetle’s shape does limit headroom and would send most young parents tut-tutting and heading for a fivedoor GTI or a GLI instead, it’s actually not all that bad for short distances. A child seat does (barely) fit, and an adult passenger could endure a short lift across town.

The previous generation of front-wheel-drive Beetle was very popular, but might have been accused of being a bit cutesy in its homage to the sturdy, no-nonsense original. I mean a flower vase next to the steering wheel? That’s a bit much. However, when VW decided to drop the turbocharged four-cylinder engine out of the GTI into the car, those cute looks were suddenly hilarious. Here was a car from the Care Bear / My Little Pony school that was perfectly capable of dusting off the hot hatchbacks of the day. The new car is much less saccharine-sweet, with an extended profile that gives it something of the look of a Porsche. All GSRs get the cosmetic upgrades of the R-Line cars, which means aerodynamic trim including a large spoiler, and 19” alloys shod in wide, 235-series rubber. There’s also LED strip lighting up front, and in case you missed the point, an all-over yellow-and-black graphics package that includes “GSR” proudly emblazoned on the flanks.

Essentially, owning this car requires something of a sense of humour, both inside and out. And, speaking of giggles, let’s talk about what’s under the hood.

Performance:

Ten more horsepower - that’s all I’m asking VW, just ten more horsies to give this blazing-yellow Bug some genuine performance credentials over and above the regular Turbo Beetle. No dice.

Still, the original GSR didn’t have any more punch-buggy than the 1600 Beetle it was based on, so perhaps tradition is being upheld. Besides which, this isn’t really a car about winning races – this is a car designed around the concept of having a bit of a laugh. Two transmissions are on offer, a six-speed manual that’s a bit more engaging, or a $1400 six-speed dual-clutch

gearbox that adds stop and go practicality without losing much of the fun. The 210hp, 2.0L four-cylinder turbo is the same venerable mill that’s found throughout the VW line-up. It’s responsive and grunty, and makes a really good noise. So, if you’ve got a racing helmet with a VW sticker on it, then maybe you’re best off sticking with the GTI, particularly the new one coming later this year which is simply excellent. But what if you just want to have a bit of fun? Here, the GSR becomes an out-and-out hoot. If someone in a more-powerful Focus ST wants to stoplight race you, then just roll your eyes and let them go – the GSR isn’t built for would-be Vin Diesels. Instead, it’s easy to drive, with much better sightlines than the old car, excellent grip on long sweeping corners, and a comfortable, upright driving position. It’s not a serious car, but the world is full of serious cars stuck in traffic. At least with this bright yellow package, you’ll gather a smiling wave or two, rather than a scowl.

Features:

As mentioned, the GSR is a trim beyond a fully-loaded top-of-the-line R-Line Turbo Beetle, so you get 19” alloys, full leather interior, Bluetooth handsfree, heated seats, biXenon headlamps, etc., etc. Aside from choosing which transmission you want for your waggle-dance, the only option on the GSR package is the Technology bundle. This includes satellite navigation and the powerful Fender stereo for $1090 – not bad. Fuel economy for VW’s four-pot turbo isn’t bad either, with official ratings of 9.0L/100kms city and 6.5L/100kms on the highway. Like any other turbocharged vehicle, you’ll struggle to hit those figures if you drive the car as it’s meant to be driven, but VW is often closer than most.

Green Light:

Nice interior; sense of fun; responsive engine and transmission; unique appeal

Stop Sign:

No better dynamically than regular Turbo Beetle; stiff ride; slightly compromised handling

The Checkered Flag: Buzzy, but in the good way.

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LANGLEY — Kids are going to be a lot safer in cars, thanks to an initiative that ensures car seats are properly installed in vehicles. On Sunday, members of the Chevrolet Safe & Sure program and injury prevention group Parachute Canada stopped by Preston GM – just across the Surrey border into Langley – to demonstrate how to securely install rear-facing, forward-facing and booster car seats into all types of vehicles, including sedans, vans, SUVs and trucks. They also provided free advice to parents on when to upgrade their car seats until their child is ready for their vehicles’ seatbelts. “It’s a real safety issue,” said Dana Remedios, a representative for the Safe & Sure program. “The leading killer of people under the age of 25 in North America is car accidents.” Remedios noted that about 80 per cent of car seats are not installed properly, though it’s not simply because of the manner in which the seat is installed. “Sometimes people are using the wrong size or seat style for either their child or for their car,” she said. Over the course of the day, a team of experts showed dozens of parents how to buckled in their children correctly. Parents had the chance to watch instructors install the seats, then were given handson guidance on how to do it themselves. Remedios noted that many parents have done their research on car seats, but said that not all sources are accurate or have the most up-todate methods for securing children. By having demonstrations such as the Safe & Sure program, parents are educated on what the latest tried-andtrue practices are with car seats. “It’s free expert advice on installing car seats in any make or model of vehicle,” said Remedios. “Although it’s a Chevrolet initiative, for Chevrolet, it was really important that it doesn’t matter what you drive - we want to help keep kids safe.” The Safe & Sure program is visiting numerous car dealerships throughout the Lower Mainland over the summer, including a return visit to Preston GM. To find out when they might be in your area, check safeandsure.ca.

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on all brand new 2013 vehicles and demos in stock 2013 Ford F-150 super crew lariat ecoboost

2013 Ford F-150 super crew lariat 4X4 ecoboost

2013 Ford F-150 lariat crew cab 4X4 ecoboost

2013 Ford F-150 crew cab FX4 ecoboost

2013 Ford F-350 crew cab diesel lariat 4X4

Loaded with options including Navigation, power roof, leather interior, 20” chrome wheels, rear view camera, tailgate step, step bars and much more stk#6762

Loaded with every option including 20” wheels, leather, power moonroof and much more stk#8557

Loaded with every option including navigation, leather max trailer tow, power moonroof and much more stk#5680

Leather interior, FX luxury package, power moonroof, 20” cast aluminum wheels, HID headlights, heated and cooled leather seats, rear view camera, power sliding rear window and much more stk#9602 MSrP $56,569

Loaded with options including Navigation, rear view camera, leather, power roof, remote start, 20” chrome wheels, Lariat Chrome Package and more stk#3730

MSrP $59,624

ocean Park forD DiScount $16,859

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$42,765

2013 Ford Fusion phEv (electric/gas)

MSrP $58,859

ocean Park forD DiScount $16,875

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$41,984

MSrP $59,859

ocean Park forD DiScount $15,895

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$43,964

ocean Park forD DiScount $16,882

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$39,687

MSrP $78,889

ocean Park forD DiScount $20,000

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$58,889

2013 Ford Focus titanium

2013 Ford Fusion titanium phEv (electric/gas)

2013 Ford F-150 super crew lariat limited Edition

save thousands on this electric/gas vehicle. It is loaded with options including navigation, active park assist, adaptive cruise, lane keeping system, blind spot detection and much more stk#5799

Absolutely loaded with every possible option stk#3966

MSrP $44,789

Loaded with options including leather interior, power moon roof, Navigation, Auto Park, titanium handling package with 18” wheels and much more stk#3870 MSrP $30,049

MSrP $47,589

MSrP $67,379

MSrP $38,549

ocean Park forD DiScount $13,030

ocean Park forD DiScount $6,200

ocean Park forD DiScount $15,000

ocean Park forD DiScount $18,000

ocean Park forD DiScount $7,554

Your opportunity to save thousands on this economical luxury sedan that is loaded with options including adaptive cruise, navigation, rear view camera, lane keeping system, blind spot detection and much more stk#1589

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$31,750

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$23,849

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$32,589

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$49,379

2013 Ford Escape

2.0 Litre engine and loaded with options including power liftgate, power panoramic roof, 18” wheels, navigation, leather interior and much more stk#1827

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$30,995

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Surrey North Delta April 10 2014