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SURREY — The Ministry of Transportation might be willing to fund a third of the cost of replacing the Pattullo Bridge – if the cities of Surrey and New Westminster are able to come to an agreement. The announcement was made by B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone last week during his press conference on potentially moving the transit referendum. “We will be prepared to commit funding one-third of major capital projects. Provided funding is restricted to major new rapid transit capitals and the replacement of the Pattullo Bridge,” said Stone during his speech. “The priorities must also fit in the provincial capital plan. Furthermore we will work with local governments and local advocates for matching contributions from the government of Canada.” The ministry was unable to confirm or deny the funding by press time. Surrey Coun. Tom Gill, chair of Surrey’s Transportation Committee, said Stone’s comments were news to him and he welcomes any help in moving forward on the much-needed replacement. “This is the first time specifically I’ve heard the province include the Pattullo Bridge in any context for additional funding and 33 cents on the dollar is fantastic,” he said. According to Gill, replacing the 77-year-

Surrey Coun. Tom Gill says replacing the 77-year-old Pattullo Bridge would cost around $800 million for a four-lane bridge and $1 billion for a six-lane. (File photo) old span would cost around $800 million for a four-lane bridge and $1 billion for a six-lane. However, on the other side of the Fraser River, New Westminster has been accused of “filibustering” the replacement process by refusing to endorse a replacement plan at all. Instead, the Royal City has favoured upgrading the current bridge, which has recently begun to crumble and drop debris below. New Wesminster’s concerns stem from the congestion a new bridge may cause, as it is already seeing mass congestion on its end. As such, council members previously indicated they would either want a refurbishment of the existing structure or a complete relocation. “With New West saying to re-look at another option, I’m not sure how many times you can look at the same thing when it’s been clearly articulated that it doesn’t meet the future expectations,” said Gill. New Westminster Mayor Wayne Wright said on CKNW radio this past weekend that his city was actively working with Surrey on

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the future of the Pattullo, something Gill takes issue with. “I do not believe New West has been proactive in trying to come up with a longterm solution, to be frank with you,” he said. “In fact I think New West is singularly looking at their own interests and I do appreciate that there is significant traffic going through those thoroughfares but this is not an issue that was created yesterday, this has been around since 1937.”

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has dipped by 6,000 drivers following the increase of tolls at the beginning of the year, while the crumbling Pattullo Bridge has seen an increase of almost that exact number of cars. According to numbers released by both the Ministry of Transportation and TransLink last week, the Port Mann saw a three per cent drop in use compared to the same time last year following the increase of tolls from $1.50 to $3 at the beginning of 2014. Comparatively, the Pattullo Bridge saw an increase of about 10 per cent daily traffic, or 6,135. As a result, the Ministry of Transportation has had to adjust the revenue estimates for the Port Mann, which are now expected to come in 20 per cent under what was initially forecast for the next three years. Stone said last week that the fluctuations in use was expected as drivers adjust to the new tolls, but added that numbers are expected to return back to normal in the coming months. At the same time the Golden Ears Bridge continues to be a money loser, costing TransLink $40 million annually due to lower than expected use since opening in 2009. Gill said it’s clear the Pattullo’s traffic is coming from the Port Mann and with the structure literally beginning to crumble, he wondered if it’s going to take a disaster before action is finally taken on the issue. “Here you’ve got a structure that’s being utilized more and you’ve got an extra 6,000 people using it per day and you know for a fact that if there’s an earthquake then that bridge is done,” he said. Additionally, Gill said that since 2002 there have been 40 technical studies, seven safety analyses, 10 structural studies and 12 functional design studies done on the Pattullo alone. “How much money can you continue to spend?” he wondered. “My understanding is that since 2002 when TransLink took over, they’ve spent upwards of $4 million on all of these studies, so I think it would be safe to assume it’s time for action against looking at another study.”

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City Development Corporation and so on, because they were managing the project build.” While the building isn’t fully completed, Hayne said the city is still on track to hold its public opening on Feb. 17, and that all city departments will be moved over by then. “That demonstrates that it’s basically fully built.” A few staff members will remain at the old city hall to facilitate smaller services such as dog licensing before making the move. Hayne noted that Surrey city council will hold its next few public hearings at the old hall because the audio and TV systems in the new council chambers won’t be ready until mid-March. He said the first meeting at the new hall will be held on March 31. As for the future of the old hall, Hayne said the provincial government has leased part of the building. “My understanding is it’s going to be for expanding the provincial court beside the building there, in terms of Crown council and judges’ chambers,” he said.

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Man dies in fight over taxi VANCOUVER — A Surrey man is Vancouver’s first homicide victim this year. Police found Robert Tyson Smith, 28, lying unconscious on a sidewalk near Granville and Georgia, shortly after 11 p.m. Sunday. He was rushed to hospital, where he died. Sgt. Randy Fincham, of the Vancouver Police, said Smith was stabbed to death during a fight over a taxicab. It was the second stabbing involving Surrey men fighting over taxicabs in Vancouver this past weekend (see story below). Fincham said a cab driver at Granville and Georgia streets got into an argument with two men and Smith, a passenger in the cab, got out and joined in the dispute. “The argument quickly escalated into a fight between the two men and the passenger, and ended with the passenger being stabbed,” Fincham said. Police have since arrested two men. Both have been released pending further investigation and charges have not yet been laid in the stabbing. Police ask anyone with information to contact the Vancouver Police Homicide Unit at 604-717-2500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Mounties dust off 1994 hit-and-run case SURREY — Mounties have resurrected a 20-year-old Whalley pedestrian hit-and-run case. Gurbax Thind, 60, of Surrey was killed on Feb. 5, 1994, in the 13400-block of 92nd Avenue. A passing motorist spotted his body in a driveway. This was just before 9 p.m. The woman turned around, for a better look, and called 911 for help. Cpl. Bert Paquet said a “subject of interest” was

identified early on in the investigation but charges were never laid. Police determined from evidence at the scene that the vehicle involved in this hit-and-run was a grey 1987 GMC High Sierra 2500 pickup truck with red trim. Paquet said investigators have been working tirelessly on this case over the years, to no avail. Police ask anyone with information to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.

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Arrest in double stabbing VANCOUVER — A Surrey man has been arrested in connection with a double stabbing in Vancouver Saturday morning following a fight over who had rights to a taxi. Vithna Andrew Va, 24, is charged with two counts of assault causing bodily harm, two counts of assault with a weapon and one count of possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose. The stabbings happened shortly after 1:30 a.m., when two men flagged down a cab at Hamilton and Davie streets. A fight broke out as the victims were getting into the cab, with two other men who also claimed rights to the cab. The two were taken to hospital with serious stab wounds. Both are in stable condition. Police found the other two, believed to have been in the fight, a short distance away and arrested the Surrey suspect. It was the first of two cab-related stabbings in Vancouver this past weekend involving Surrey men. Va is to appear in court in Vancouver on Feb. 19.

Man hurt in Whalley stabbing SURREY — A 28-year-old man is in serious but stable condition after being stabbed in the chest early Monday morning at a house in Whalley. Surrey RCMP Cpl. Bert Paquet said police have identified a woman as a “subject of interest,” but have made not arrests yet. He said police are trying to confirm the prior relationship between the two. “We’re confident this wasn’t a random incident,” he said.

Crook utilizes bear spray SURREY — Surrey Mounties are hunting for a robber who bear-sprayed two people and carjacked a woman in Guildford on Wednesday. Shortly after 7 p.m. the robber – an Asian man in his 30s wearing a black hoodie – confronted another man who had just arrived home, near 108th Avenue and 150th Street, and demanded his keys. The victim refused, and the robber bear-sprayed him. A few minutes later, he robbed a woman of her car after bear-spraying her. “We assume it’s the same male,” Cpl. Bert Paquet said. Paquet said the RCMP’s Air 1 helicopter has been looking for the car, a four-door 2007 blue Hyundai Accent, licence plate number 705 SMR. The robber is about five feet eight inches tall, medium build.

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lowering the youth employment rate in this province and across the country,” said Jinny Sims, NDP MP for NewtonNorth Delta. “Instead, they’ve chosen to do nothing.” Jasbir Sandhu, NDP MP for Surrey North, said Tuesday’s budget “does nothing to address rising crime rates here in Surrey – their promise in 2006 for more police on our streets was obviously nothing more than cheap talk.” Nina Grewal, Conservative MP for Fleetwood-Port Kells, said her party’s Economic Action Plan 2014 “contains no new taxes on families and businesses.” Also on Tuesday, the provincial government delivered its throne speech in Victoria. The Liberal government says it will introduce its second consecutive balanced budget, a 10-year skills training plan for youths and older workers, a 10-year transportation plan, a plan for “personalized education for students and a decade of labour peace,” and a “long-term, comprehensive strategy to move toward a violencefree B.C.,” among other things.

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t’s a brave new world for the world’s oldest profession in British Columbia. In case you missed it, last Friday B.C. Attorney General, Suzanne Anton, announced that the province would no longer proceed with prostitutionrelated charges. The decision stems from a Supreme Court ruling in December that Canada’s existing prostitution laws are unconstitutional. Despite said unconstitutionality, those laws remain in effect as the federal government has a one-year deadline to come up with a new and better law. Faced with the prospect of having police do the legwork of arresting and processing prostitutes with the full knowledge that the charges would be thrown

out because of bad law, the province has tossed in the towel on the whole issue altogether. Police in B.C. are understandably sensitive to the subject in the wake of Robert Pickton’s pig farm of horrors in which untold numbers of prostitutes from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside were systematically murdered in one of the most notorious cases of serial killing in this country’s history. As such, prosecuting prostitutes is a low priority for police, who are instead focused on protecting sex trade workers from predators like Pickton. Pimps, brothel operators, human traffickers, massage parlours and the scumbags who coerce minors into becoming prostitutes are still fair game for the cops. And so they should be. It’s the sex trade workers themselves who no longer have to worry about being picked up for such charges as communicating for the purposes of prostitution, living off the avails of prostitution, or stopping a motor vehicle for the purposes of prostitution, among others. And to be honest, that part of the change

in approach by police is probably a good thing. Prostitution is not a victimless crime. Nobody willingly chooses to sell their body for money unless they are in the direst financial straits, often related to drug or alcohol problems. It’s not a career option, nor are there colleges offering programs for those planning to get ahead in the business. It’s a dead-end street for those who get caught up in the trade and the ending is rarely visually appealing. Reining in the world’s oldest profession has caused headaches for police around the world for millennia and this decision by the provincial government is not doing the cops any favours. There’s a reason there have been laws against prostitution in this country since before confederation. In addition to the

human cost of the business, prostitution is linked to health issues, property crime, sexual assault, drug use and the lowlifes who try to make money off the miseries of the people who actually do the work. None of these issues are going away with the latest twist in legal semantics offered up by Canada’s Supreme Court. Diseases like AIDS, gonorrhea and syphilis are not going away, nor are the patrons who enjoy beating up prostitutes as part of the party package. Drug use is epidemic among sex trade workers and human trafficking is a worldwide problem. Many of the women and girls who end up in North America searching for a better life wind up in a living hell of forced prostitution to work off their debt. There’s no way the

provincial government’s announcement that an end to prostitution charges means our society is condoning the sex trade. The move is likely aimed at wasting time on prosecutions that have no hope of ever reaching a courtroom in the current legal climate. The Supreme Court has given the federal government one year to get its act together and come up with new legislation addressing prostitution. Unconstitutional or not, the old laws clearly weren’t effective. Need proof? Check out the number of massage parlours and escort services listed in the back of Vancouver’s leading entertainment paper. So the government is on the clock. Come up with better legalese to address the issue or risk ringing in 2015

with no prostitution laws at all. Such a scenario would be disastrous for all involved. Governments have been fruitlessly trying to come up with effective laws concerning the sex trade since before there was a Canada. The goal should be to protect the people caught up in the business, hammering the abusers who either force women into the sex trade or parasitically live off the proceeds, and punishing the, um, “end users.” Now the feds have less than 11 months to solve these problems, all while paying close attention to constitutional rights, a concept that has little to do with common sense. Good luck with that. Michael Booth can be reached at mbooth@ thenownewspaper.com

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Users should fund transit The Editor, Are transit challenges a money problem or a political problem? The growth of a major city requires sound planning – with transportation at the top of the list. When we elect individuals to run our governmental financial affairs, I don’t think the voters expected to be asked to have to spend more money for answers that they elected their representatives to handle. Personally, I have watched the bobbing and weaving on transit and I shake my head at the explanations and alternate ideas for having transit be a viable business. Simply put, when a business adds a service, it does so when there is a demand from the public. Financial forecasting is simply based on income and expenses. As an example, the government has no problem in raising taxes, vehicle insurance rates or gas prices. It is interesting that with all the ideas on how to solve transit’s financial woes, there has been little public discussion on increasing fares. I believe it is past time that when major proposals for public services are requested, that not only the capital cost of the service be provided but also the operating costs that will be out-of-pocket expenses to the users. We need to have the public be aware that there are no free lunches and services can be provided on a user-pay basis. This may not be politically acceptable but it may give a greater sense of realism to those who think governments have a magic formula for producing income. Their only source is the public. Sherrold Jack Haddad, Surrey

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Rotten tomatoes to the woman who had little tolerance for her elderly, forgetful mother and berated her repeatedly in a store on Saturday. I understand it’s frustrating but she won’t be here long – please, find some patience. I’ve been in your shoes and I would have given the world to be in them again, even for just a moment. For the first time ever, I cried for a stranger all the way home. Rotten tomatoes to the reader complaining about someone taking newspapers from McDonald’s – look again at the papers. A sign tells you right at the bottom of the page, “complimentary paper for buying medium coffee.” The sign has been there for years, I see it all the time. sad, rotten tomatoes to the woman dressed from head to toe in black, popped out in front a semi-truck holding a sign begging for money at 88th Avenue and 128th Street. As sad as it is that she has to resort to begging out on the street, it would be even sadder if she gets hit or killed because of the dangerous situation she is putting herself in. As bad as I feel for her need of money, I would feel 100 times worse if I had hit her. More rotten tomatoes to the drivers who think they are helping this lady by giving her money. You are only helping to put her life in danger because she will continue to beg if she thinks she will receive money. big bouquets of roses to the staff on S-31 ward at Surrey Memorial Hospital who nursed me back to health after major surgery. The nurses, students and staff do their work with skill, compassion, grace and humour. I do believe that all the money in the world could not have bought me better care. Thank you.

Band event sets great example The Editor, I volunteered for a couple of hours to help out at the “Band Concert” last Friday at the Firehall Centre for the Arts in North Delta. There were four bands expected to play. I was very impressed with the smooth turnarounds between bands and the audience made up of mainly teenagers. They were polite and just out to enjoy themselves in a civilized manner. It was a wonderful opportunity for me to witness first-hand the nature of an evening like that. I was very pleasantly surprised (even though the music was deafening). Congratulations to the Delta Arts Council for hosting an event like this. Some of the parents came to support the young people as well. They should be applauded too. That sends a message of good support to the teenagers and young adults.

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Patton Oswalt (no longer) hates Surrey Comedian Patton Oswalt had his first headlining gig in Surrey, and he got a heck of a story out of his week-and-a-half stint here. Oswalt, who performs at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver next week, spoke to the Now about Surrey’s unenthusiastic audiences, murderers on the lam and a club owner who was “the human equivalent of rancid clam chowder.”

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SURREY — Patton Oswalt spent the 11 s—tiest days of his comedic career in Surrey (slight paraphrase). But he’s over it now. The 45-year-old American comic – best known for playing Spence on King of Queens and voicing Remy in the 2007 Pixar film Ratatouille – had his first headlining gig in Surrey in the early 1990s, as outlined in a chapter of his 2011 book Zombie Spaceship Wasteland. Twenty years later and he’s selling out theatres across North America, yet he hasn’t forgotten about the city where his audiences topped out at eight people. “I never really gave up on Surrey – it just gave up on me before I got there,” said Oswalt in an interview with the Now. When asked how to describe the Surrey residents who came out to his shows, Oswalt took a moment to carefully select his word. “Sparse,” he said. “That’s the word I’m going to use. Sparse.” The chapter details his lukewarm stay at the Best Western King George Inn & Suites, his admittedly tepid comedic stylings and his dealings with Reed, a dishonest, passiveaggressive cokehead club owner. (For legal reasons, Reed is an alias and Oswalt doesn’t name the club – let’s just say it was once named after one of the Knights of the Round Table; in the book, he calls it The Smile Hole.) “He was like a satire of what a bad club owner is,” said Oswalt of Reed. “I’ve met a few of them on one-nighters back on the East Coast, but Reed tends to kind of hold dominion over all.” For six nights, Oswalt trudged along the hooker stroll of King George Boulevard

between his hotel and the club, bombing every night and muttering under his breath for someone to kill him. That wouldn’t have been so bad if Danny Perrault, a teenage killer who escaped from a minimumsecurity jail, wasn’t on the loose at the time. “From what I could get from the news stories, he was a pretty dangerous lunatic,” said Oswalt, who makes note of Perrault in his book. Contrary to the chapter, Perrault

was apprehended in South Surrey near 8th Avenue, not right behind the Best Western – but that’s just a 20-minute bus ride up the George. It gets worse: After several laughless shows, Oswalt lost his headlining spot to a friend of the owner who stole jokes from a stack of Playboys – jokes that the audience members already knew, but still preferred to hear over his own act.

To top it off, Reed unsuccessfully tried to stiff him with the bill for his entire hotel stay, which was his breaking point during the trip. “I’d always lived, up to that point, thinking I don’t want to ever piss anyone off because, in my mind, every club owner talked to each other,” he said. “I was like, ‘I think it will actually help my career if other people know that he can’t stand me.’ (Other club owners might think) ‘Oh, if that guy Reed hates him, he must be OK.’” But reflecting on his time here, Oswalt wouldn’t liken Surrey to New Jersey – after all, that would be unfair to Jersey, he said, listing off Bruce Springsteen and Hoboken as some of Jersey’s greatest claims to fame. Rather, he’s embraced his time in Surrey for making him a stronger comedian. “As bad as Surrey was, it was still part of my experience,” he said. “I don’t curse that, I love all the bad stuff I had to go through. I got to go through it as a comedian. I got to do standup there, I was happy.” While Oswalt doesn’t plan to set foot in Surrey again, he’s returning to Vancouver – a city that he loves – on Friday, Feb. 21, for a standup show at the Vogue Theatre as one of the closing performers of the Northwest Comedy Fest. “They’ve always been great,” said Oswalt of the Vancouver crowds. “I’ve come up there to do movies, to do TV shows, to do standup. It’s always been fun.” Tickets are available through northerntickets.com, by phone at 604-5691144 or in person at the box office at 918 Granville St. – 30 kilometres from Surrey. jzinn@thenownewspaper.com

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t’s mid-February already? Can’t be – I still have things on my list that I haven’t gotten to yet. Sorry, sorry. I even missed the mention of the Family Day holiday on Monday. Sheesh. So as the days are marching on toward, well, toward March, I am just going to give a brief catch-up of things that should be mentioned. This is the shortened version, so read slowly and savour – it’ll seem like it’s longer then. Thousands of little girls living in Surrey take dance lessons. If they stay with the lessons through their teens, they will have survived hundreds of recitals, performances and competitions. Very few of these thousands ever turn professional – and that’s OK, too. There is a great joy in dancing (more than OK for guys, too), and participation in an activity that is both social and physical is not a bad thing to acquire at any age. I speak from experience and a lifelong passion for the dance arts.

Kirsten Wicklund was one of these thousands of little girls who grew up in Surrey and took dance lessons. Her dedication, talent and passion, plus support from family, promoted Kirsten to the ranks of professional. She has certainly won her share of awards, and was one of the finalists on So You Think You Can Dance Canada. Now, you can see her in person performing in the 30th installation of Dances for a Small Stage, which runs from Feb. 13 to 15 at the Ukrainian Centre, 154 E. 10th Ave., Vancouver. Kirsten will perform in the premiere of a contemporary-ballet solo work that she choreographed herself. Additional performances at Small Stage include actors Patti Allan and James Fagan Tait performing original Noam Gagnon choreography, a tango number from Grupo Americano, tap dancing by Jim Hibbard and works by Rob Kitsos, Karissa Barry and more. It’s a special show if you love dance. And then there are those who love to sing. Shouldn’t everyone love to sing? Just like dancing for boys, somehow our society is set in certain “traditions” and singing for fun and dancing in the streets (or onstage)

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Arts Club On Tour series for the 2013-14 season. Tickets range in price from $29 to $43, including all fees. Student rush seats ($15) ticket are subject to availability 30 minutes before curtain (call 604-501-5566 or visit tickets.surrey.ca). I just booked my tickets, and I can tell you there aren’t many left. This is a truly magical show, and you won’t want to miss it. You will leave with a song in heart. Lovely. You know Cohen; works like “So Long, Marianne,” “Bird on a Wire,” “First We Take Manhattan” and the ballad “Hallelujah” have been covered by numerous artists, including Jeff Buckley, k.d. lang, Nick Cave, Aaron Neville, Johnny Cash and R.E.M. Now, you really want tickets, don’t you? The White Rock Library’s Art Wall is featuring the works of fibre artists until Feb. 28. It is amazing what art can be created using fabric and stitching techniques. It’s not just quilting – although quilts are truly works of art on their own. I will leave it to you to check out these remarkable artworks. Be inspired. Acknowledge your creative side. Learn to dance, join a singing group or go view the library’s art wall. Even better, do all three.

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theatRe/staGe “becky’s new Car”: Surrey Little Theatre stages Steven Dietz comedy, to Feb. 22 (on select nights and days) at 7027 184th St., Surrey. Tickets are $15 via 604-576-8451 and surreylittletheatre.com. “a Funny thing happened on the Way to the Forum”: Musical written by Stephen Sondheim staged by White Rock Players’ Club from Feb. 12 to March 1, 2014, at Coast Capital Playhouse. Info and tickets: 604-536-7535, www. whiterockplayers.ca. “Changing minds”: Musical comedy written specifically for teen actors will be staged at Seaquam Secondary theatre from Feb. 19 to 22, at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Tickets $15/$8, 11584 Lyon Rd., North Delta. “Chelsea hotel”: Leonard Cohen’s powerful and inspirational music and lyrics are the heartbeat of this fusion of music, dance and theatre, an Arts Club On Tour production on stage at Surrey Arts Centre from Feb. 20 to March 1, 13750 88th Ave. Info: tickets.surrey.ca, 604-501-5566. “death and the maiden”: Ariel Dorfman’s drama, set in his native Chili, is staged by Peninsula Productions from March 5-8 at Coast Capital Playhouse, 1532 Johnston

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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.

Travel Information Evening Tuesday February 18, 2014 7:00pm - 9:00pm Northview golf Club 6857 168th Street, Surrey BC

• Run your cold water tap until the water clears up

Light refreshments served

• Check the water supply prior to doing laundry

If in doubt, call the Water Department at 604-591-4152 from 8 am - 4 pm or 604-543-6700 after hours. Thank you for your cooperation. Engineering Department Operations Division Manager Gerry McKinnon

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The 2nd Annual Pet Lover Show Returns with Double the Exhibits, Features & Fun The second annual Pet Lover Show returns to TRADEX on February 15 and 16, bringing together animal lovers and pet owners from across the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and the BC Interior. The Pet Lover Show has doubled the space this year to 120,000 sq. ft. of exhibits, features, and fun. The Pet Lover Show is the one-stop venue for lovers of animals of all shapes and sizes and offers insight into animal behavior and husbandry, access to unique and practical animal-related products, as well as entertaining live events. Located at Abbotsford’s TRADEX Convention Centre it’s easily reached from throughout the Lower Mainland.

SHOW INFO:

Dates: Time:

February 15 & 16, 2014 10:00 am-6:00 pm (Saturday) 10:00 am-5:00 pm (Sunday)

SEMINAR STAGE

ADMISSION:

Adult (16+ years): $12 / *WP $15 Senior (65+) or Youth (6-15): $8 / *WP $11 Child (5 years and under): Free Family (2 youth, 2 adults): $32 / *WP $40 Tickets can be purchased in advance online; *Weekend passes available at the door.

For more information visit www.PetLoverShow.ca

WEIRD & WONDERFUL STAGE SATURDAY 11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm 3:50 pm - 4:20 pm

How To Be A Good Parrot ‘Parront’: Things To Consider Before Bringing a Parrot into Your Life Mike the Reptile Guy Owls and Other Raptors Up Close The Wonderful World of Llamas Agility Demo What Does It Take To Bring An Exotic Bird Into Your Family? Owls and Other Raptors Up Close Mike the Reptile Guy

SUNDAY 11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 1:10 pm - 1:40 pm 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm

What Does It Take To Bring An Exotic Bird Into Your Family? Owls and Other Raptors Up Close Mike the Reptile Guy The Wonderful World of Llamas Agility Demo How To Be A Good Parrot ‘Parront’: Things To Consider Before Bringing a Parrot into Your Life Owls and Other Raptors Up Close Mike the Reptile Guy

AMAZING DOG STAGE SATURDAY

11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 1:10 pm - 1:40 pm 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm 3:50 pm - 4:20 pm 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

SATURDAY Schutzhund / IPC Lisa Sun and the K9 Incredibles Dog Agility Competition Fierce Flyers Flyball Demonstration Canadian K9 Detection Dogs Canine Nose Work Doggie Fashion Show Urban Mushing Pulling with Purpose! Lisa Sun and the K9 Incredibles Pet First Aid - CDART

SUNDAY 11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 1:10 pm - 1:40 pm 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm 3:50 pm - 4:20 pm

Fierce Flyers Flyball Demonstration Lisa Sun and the K9 Incredibles Dog Agility Competition Canadian K9 Detection Dogs Canine Nose Work Doggie Fashion Show Urban Mushing Pulling with Purpose! Lisa Sun and the K9 Incredibles Dog Agility Competition

10:30 am - 11:00 am 11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm

SATURDAY 11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 1:10 pm - 1:25 pm 1:25 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm 3:50 pm - 4:20 pm 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

STAGE Trailering Learn About Trailer Techniques Colic - A Nutritional Perspective Understanding Saddle Fit: English Painted Pony Foundations of Horsemanship Learn About Horses and Ponies For the Beginner So, What Do You Do With A Minature Horse? No Hoof No Horse Common Pathologies in the Hoof Equine Emergency First Aid

SUNDAY 10:30 am - 11:00 am 11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm 12:30 pm - 12:45 pm 12:45 pm - 1:40 pm 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 1:10 pm - 1:40 pm 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm 3:50 pm - 4:20 pm 4:30 pm - 5:00 pm

SUNDAY 10:30 am - 11:00 am 11:10 am - 11:40 am 11:50 am - 12:20 pm

Green Horse - Learn What It Takes to Start a Green Horse The 3 F’s of the Horse Manifesto: Friends, Forage, Freedom Back Pain in Horses - How To Recognize It and What Are The Treatment Options Painted Pony Foundations of Horsemanship Learn About Horses and Ponies Understanding Saddle Fit: Western Re-Feeding Syndrome

The Care & Feeding of Probiotics How They Play an Integral Part in Your Pet’s Health Oral Hygiene for Dogs Swimming with Cats: Hydro-Therapy for Animals Kibble Science Successful Rescue Adoption How Your Pets See Things Animal Eye Diseases and How to Prevent Them The Alpha & Dominance Syndrome Debunking the Dominance Myth in Dogs Bionic Dogs: Keeping Your Pet Mobile At Any Age Foundations of Health Animal Communicator

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm 1:10 pm - 1:40 pm 1:50 pm - 2:20 pm 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm 3:10 pm - 3:40 pm 3:50 pm - 4:20 pm

Foundations of Health Stem Cell Therapy for Dogs A New Treatment For a New Decade Feisty Fido! Reactivity: What Is It and How To Work With It Kibble Science Back Pain in Dogs and Cats How to Recognize It and Treatment Options Holistic First Aid for Pets Creating Safe Outdoor Environments for Your Pets Learn How To Make The Right Choice of Companion Animal The Alpha & Dominance Syndrome Debunking the Dominance Myth in Dogs


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As Surrey continues to grow, understanding the significant issues impacting our region and the world plays a key role in unlocking our economic potential. That’s why the City of Surrey is proud to bring together some of the world’s leading experts in economics, finance and global politics for the 2014 Surrey Regional Economic Summit. At this year’s Summit, we’ll take a look at the new BC budget with BC Finance Minister Mike de Jong, and legendary Texas oilman and energy activist T. Boone Pickens will discuss his ‘Pickens Plan’ for American energy independence, the growing importance of Canada’s oil and gas sectors, and the increasing role of alternative energy in the North American economy. We’ll also hear how Australia, Greece and Israel addressed a wide range of economic challenges and opportunities from former Prime Ministers Julia Gillard, George Papandreou and Ehud Barak.

Mayor Dianne Watts City of Surrey Honourary Chair, Surrey Regional Economic Summit

Our sixth Surrey Summit includes our signature panel on the BC and Canadian economies, as well as a special panel on the new Canada-European Union Free Trade Agreement. Across the region, we recognize the importance of hearing from different voices and perspectives on a wide range of issues. On Thursday, February 27, join us for this important networking opportunity with business, government and community leaders and help shape Surrey’s progressive economic development strategy.

Councillor Linda Hepner City of Surrey Co-Chair, Surrey Regional Economic Summit

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CITY OF SURREY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

GROWING ECONOMY

EMERGING DOWNTOWN CORE

• Surrey is the 3rd fastest-growing city in Canada, with about 1,000 new people moving to the City each month.

• In addition to Innovation Boulevard, major City projects in City Centre include a new library, new city hall, community plaza, covered youth park and the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre.

• Surrey’s population is over a 1/2 million people and 70% of growth in the Metro Vancouver Region over the next decade will occur south of the Fraser River.

• A district energy system will provide heating and cooling for the library, new city hall and future residential developments.

• The City has experienced seven consecutive years of record breaking construction value exceeding $8 billion in activity.

• Significant high-density residential projects are underway from various leading developers.

INNOVATION BOULEVARD

• Major public sector projects include the Surrey Memorial Hospital expansion, Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre, RCMP E-Division Headquarters and future SFU expansion.

• Innovation Boulevard is a network of health institutions, universities, companies and talented people located within one square mile in Surrey’s City Centre between Simon Fraser University and Surrey Memorial Hospital. Our shared vision is to achieve remarkable results in four areas: ∼ Improve health care outcomes for patients. ∼ Implement intelligent solutions for the health care system. ∼ Attract talented clinicians and researchers. ∼ Grow companies in health care technology and services sectors. • The half-billion dollar expansion of Surrey Memorial Hospital Campus and the arrival of SMHF BC Leadership Chair in Multimodal Technology for Healthcare Innovation, Dr. Ryan D’Arcy, have catalyzed the development of Surrey’s Innovation Boulevard. • The partnership-driven network is focused on three theme areas: medical technologies, independent living technologies and digital health technologies. • Since its inception in 2013, Innovation Boulevard has achieved a number of significant outcomes including: ∼ Digital Health Hub opening at SFU Surrey. ∼ NeuroTech Lab opening at Surrey Memorial Hospital. ∼ Health Tech Connexx, a health focused incubator opening in spring 2014. ∼ Trade mission to Israel that resulted in a partnership with the renowned Israel Centre for Medical Simulation and a number of collaborative opportunities now being developed.

STRONG INVESTMENT CLIMATE • Surrey has repeatedly been named the best place in BC to invest, and also ranked fourth on a list of top Canadian investment cities. • The Province named Surrey ‘BC’s Most Small Business Friendly Community’ for reducing regulatory barriers, enhancing competitiveness and recognizing the contribution small businesses make to the community. • 1/3 of Surrey’s population is under the age of 19, which means the city has a built-in workforce. • Surrey continues to advocate for light rail transit in the City.


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BUILD SURREY PROGRAM

CLEAN ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY

• The City of Surrey continues to foster a strong investment climate as it redefines the city and creates B.C.’s next major urban centre.

• Surrey is the first city in Canada to have a fleet of 100 per cent compressed natural gas (CNG) waste collection trucks. Surrey announced it will build the largest organics biofuel facility in Canada through a public-private partnership.

• The City is continuing to complete the significant infrastructure projects included in the Build Surrey program, the most comprehensive construction program in Surrey’s history. The plan contains $2.8 billion in construction, including $800 million in new civic projects and $2 billion worth of facilities being built in partnership with other levels of government.

• Surrey is proud to have been awarded a number of awards for sustainability including the QUEST Community Energy Builder Award for our district energy systems, and a Clean50 award for contributions to sustainable development and clean capitalism in Canada.

It’s easy to

With the City of Surrey and Concord Pacific, Plans Become Reality The City of Surrey and Concord Pacific believed in Surrey City Centre and plans for a new City Hall, Library and towers of Concord homes, which have already been filled with thousands of people living and working. It’s been an amazing couple of years of opens and celebrations.

social and cultural

needs of a growing Surrey

contributions a university makes to a

Numbers don’t lie—especially when it comes to economic development and prosperity. With more than 13,500 students this year at campuses in Surrey alone, and 1,600 staff and faculty, Kwantlen Polytechnic University is an economic powerhouse in the City of Surrey. KPU is committed to growing in a manner that supports the social, cultural and economic development of the community, and is devoted to establishing the university as a key partner in regional economic development through partnerships, collaboration and community engagement.

CANADA’S LARGEST COMMUNITY BUILDER

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DRAFT AGENDA* 7:15 AM – 8:00 AM

10:45 AM – 11:00 AM

Registration and Networking Breakfast

Networking Break

8:00 AM – 8:30 AM

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Opening Remarks

Powering our Economic Future: Oil, Gas and Alternative Energy

Honourable Michael de Jong, QC, BC Minister of Finance

In conversation with T. Boone Pickens, Chair, BP Capital Management

8:30 AM – 09:45 AM

12:00 PM – 12:45 PM

Fast Forward: Economic Trends, Timing and Tactics

Networking Lunch

SPEAKERS: Ken Peacock, Chief Economist and Vice President,

Business Council of British Columbia

Michael Goldberg, Dean Emeritus, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia Andy Ramlo, Executive Director, Urban Futures Shauna Sylvester, Executive Director, SFU Public Square

12:45 PM – 2:00 PM

The Butterfly Effect: Choices, Challenges and International Economics SPEAKERS: Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak (Isreal)

09:45 AM – 10:45 AM

Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard (Australia) Former Prime Minister George Papandreou (Greece).

Canada-European Union Free Trade Agreement: Introducing BC Firms to 500 Million New Customers SPEAKERS: Gerald Charrois, Director of Sales, Merit Kitchens

Michael Kennedy, Vice President & Regional Leader, Stantec Rupert Potter, British Consul General - Vancouver

2:00 PM

Closing Reception *Times are approximate.

Jake Power, Owner, PowerWood Corp. Janel Quiring, Director, International Trade Policy, BC Ministry of International Trade

SPEAKERS

Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak

Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Andrew Ramlo

Janel Quiring

Executive Director, Urban Futures

Director, International Trade Policy, BC Ministry of International Trade

Former Prime Minister George Papandreou

T. Boone Pickens

Gerald Charrois

Michael Kennedy

Director of Sales, Merit Kitchens

Chair, BP Capital Management

Vice President & Regional Leader, Stantec

Honourable Michael de Jong, QC

BC Minister of Finance

Rupert Potter

British Consul General —Vancouver

Michael A. Goldberg

Chief Economist and Vice President, Business Council of British Columbia

Jake Power

Shauna Sylvester

Owner, PowerWood Corp.

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3P Raw Pet Food Ltd. 212 A Dog’s Life K9 Centre Inc. 357 & 359 Abbotsford Agrifair 111 Abbotsford Heat 711 Accent Inns 415 Adams New Edge 645 Addiction Foods F3 Amore Pet Foods 224 Animal Elite 441 Animal Haven Grooming 647, 649, 651, 653 Arc Pet Supplies 118 Aron Pet Food / Healthy K-9 127 As Seen On TV 329 At Home Vet Tech 638 Auntie Kim’s Better Bickies 434 Aussie Pet Mobile 552 Avafina Pet Products F4 Back To Basics 318 Back To Nature Animal Products Ltd. 413 Ban Shock Collars.ca 344 Barkalicious 405 Baubles Fine Jewellery 539 BC Association of Animal Massage 432 BC Chihuahua Club 540 BC Chihuahua Rescue 436 BC Exotic Bird Society 761-763-765 BC Miniature Horse Club 100 & 102 BC Urban Mushing 154 & 156 Be Mine Poodles 528 Beautiful World Living Environments 622 Beau Peep Farms 521 Best Friends For Life 817 BiologicVET 229 Black Cat White Dog Newspaper 520 Blue Buffalo 327 Bosley’s Pet Food Plus Abbotsford 146, 148, 150 Bow Blingity 118 Bow Wow Food 416 Bowen Island Dog Ranch 417 BrainyCakes Dog Barkery 445 By Nature Dog & Cat Food F4 Canadian K9 Detection & Security 162 & 164 Canadian Professional Pet Stylist Certification 645 Canine Adventure Den Daycare 661

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Canine Benefactors Carna4 Castor & Pollux Cat Teasers And More Cat Utopia CDART - Southwest BC Cedar Valley K9s Champion Petfoods Chances Playtime Abbotsford Christina Clarke - Artist Circle F Horse Rescue Costco Wholesale Cougar’s Crag Extreme B & B Crump’s Naturals CSRBC Cocker Spaniel Rescue Custom Cat Structures Custom Strapz Cutco Daelor Products Inc. Danes & Divas Deborah Strong - Artist Diggin Your Dog Treats DNA Pet Food Dog-e-Lites & Lickeez Dog In Sheep’s Clothing / Soul Comfort DogLine Dog Rocks Canada Doggie Detail Pet Services DOGSAFE Authorized Instructors DogSport Gear Eagle Mountain Leather Eco Daisy Dog Mattresses Eco Life Cat Litter Elemental Canine Wellness Center Fat Chance Ranch Llamas Feathered Addictions Feltpanion Pet Portraits Fierce Flyers Flyball Club Fifth Avenue Collection Jewellery Finely Found Designs FIT for Animals Forget Me Knots Leashes Fraserway RV Fraser Valley Animal Hospital

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Fresh-N Home Products 818 Furballs R Fun 404 Furryornot Petcare 442 G A Checkpoint 304 G R Distributors Inc. 204, 206 Gentle Puppy Training Sanctuary 363 & 365 Girl Guides of Canada - Abbotsford District 125 Glacier Media 251, 253, 350, 352 Good Dog Academy 557 Gordo’s Concessions Outside 1 Greyhaven Exotic Bird Sanctuary 560, 562, 564 Harvey Pet Food & Supplies 311, 313, 315, 317 Hazelmere Kennels 336 Health Products for Pets F3 Healthy Horses 401 Hell-Co 321 Hi-Pro Feeds / Pro Form Feeds 412 Holistic Blend 318 Honest Kitchen F3 Horse Council BC 105 Horse Protection Society of BC 410 Hour Glass Studio 110 Hug-A-Bull Advocacy & Rescue Society 361 Investor’s Group 231 Irish Wolfhound Club of Canada, BC Branch 546 IrRAWsistible Pet Foods Inc. 342 Island Pets 563 It’s For The Birds 662 Jake & Daisey’s Raw Pet Food Inc. 430 Jay O’Jay Horsemanship 409 JB and Nothing But 657 JRFM 330 Just About Pets Wellness Centre Inc. 137, 236 J W Sales & Marketing 735, 737 & 753, 755 Katie’s Place 619 K9 ABCs 444 K9 Gentle Dental 561 K9 Incredibles 353 & 355 K9H20 440 K9 Komforts 642 K9 Naturals F3 Kulalani Goldens 536 LEASH Animal Welfare Society 758 Laughing Horse Mane Essentials 402 Leather Dog 439 Liberation BC 663 Litter Lifter Scoop F4 Lotus Dog & Cat Food F4 Manchester Pet Supplies 318 Meet The Presenter 720 & 722 Melissa’s Aloe Products 145 Mike The Reptile Guy 746 - 754 Modern Dog 319 National Whippet Club of Canada 530 Nature’s Driftwood 806 & 807 Noah’s Ark Pet Treats 431 Northwest Naturals Pet Food F4 Nutram Super Premium Pet Foods 338 Ocean Sales Ltd. 347 Odortech of Canada 244 Olie Natural Pet Products Ltd. 134 Oly’s Pet Connection F2 Omega Alpha 243 One For Pets Inc. 811 OregaPet F4 OWL Orphaned Wildlife Rehab. Society F5 Pacific Assistance Dogs Society (PADS) 738 & 740 Pampered Pets And Care 149 Pan Pacific Pet 226 Part Time Pooch 143 Paws For Hope Animal Foundation 331

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“Gogo with the Gogos” fundraiser dance, featuring the music of the Timewalkers band on Thursday, Feb. 27 at Crescent Beach Legion, South Surrey. For event info and tickets, call Penny at 604-5424775. Tickets are $25 per person. Silent auction, craft sale and snacks.

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FundRaIseRs beach house theatre “evening of music” in support of theatre company’s summer productions at Crescent Beach, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13 at Wheelhouse Theatre (at Earl Marriott Secondary, South Surrey) featuring jazz music by Jodi Proznick, Oliver Gannon, Heidi McCurdy, Glenda Rae with Brett Wade, Jordan Carrier and others. Tickets and info: www. beachhousetheatre.org, 604-7104929. “Ignite a dream”: Formal evening of wine tasting, food and musical entertainment 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22 at Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, South Surrey, in support of Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society program. Event tickets $60, or $100 for two, 604-574-5785, www. surreyfirefighters.com/ignite.

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Want to see your artwork on Delta’s streets? Visit www.delta.ca/heritage for information on our upcoming Heritage Banner Contest

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The production of Becky’s New Car, a midlife-crisis comedy starring Robyn Bradley and Terry Thomas, continues at Surrey Little Theatre, to Feb. 22. See listing under Theatre/ Stage, on page 22.

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lIbRaRy eVents bricks 4 kidz at semiahmoo library: Come join a fun-filled introductory session in which children will create a simple machine and make spin art creations to take home. Free, on Friday, Feb. 21 from 3 to 4 p.m. Call 604-5926907 to register. “Bricks 4 Kidz is a creative learning program that teaches elementary school-aged kids principles of science, technology, engineering, math and more using LEGO components.” daddy storytimes (“man in the moon”) at City Centre library: These storytimes are “a great way for male caregivers to establish a bond with a little one through rhymes, songs, simple stories, fingerplays and puppets.” Sessions are for men only and babies (newborn to 24 months). Dads, stepdads, foster dads, boyfriends, granddads, uncles and all male caregivers are welcome. Sessions at City Centre Library on Wednesdays until March 26, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Call 604-598-7426 to register.

sales/CRaFts surrey seniors’ bazaar held on select Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre (13458 107A Ave., Surrey). “All are welcome and there will be light refreshments and musical entertainment, as well as some good bargains for all ages.” To book a table, e-mail Greg Nolan at seniorsbazaar@shaw.ca, 604-3297323.

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variety of characters in the play. “Actual actor ages may be flexible to allow for optimum matching and chemistry between actors. Credible English accents, please.” Send picture and resume to info@ peninsulaproductions.org. “Good Vibrations: music and dance in Visual art”: The City of White Rock, in partnership with Semiahmoo Arts, accepts submissions to exhibition as part of its Art on Display program. All artists are invited to submit a maximum of three works of art that deal with the subject of music and/or dance. “This group exhibition focuses on how

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Must be Sold Beautiful 2 bed plus den in the Max. Bright corner unit with great open floor plan. Close to Guildford.

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Lovingly cared for home. First time on the market. nearly 2400 sq. ft. 3/4 bdrm 3 bath home on sunny south exposed lot with north shore mountain views. Great room sizes. master bdrm with 2 pc ensuite. Newer laminate thru-out main flr. updates include newer furnace and roof. lot is nearly 7200 sq. ft. with lane access. peaceful street close to everything. Walk to James Ardiel Elementary School.

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If it’s all about location then this is it! 4 bedroom, 3 bath home in Mason Heights, one of the nicest family areas in Langley. Features an open layout, amazing 750 Sq. Ft. deck, newer roof & windows and much more. Single garage plus a 19’ x 14’ dry storage space and a 20’ x 15’ enclosed workshop w/plumbing. Finished basement w/1 bedrm, unauthorized suite + a bonus room for upstairs use. -View at www.garyshepherd.ca

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303, 5363 206tH st, laNGley $217,900

Dan Husty 604-916-1500

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Gary & Lana Shepherd

Gary Pawluk

Daryl miller

Great Starter 3 bd 2 bath 2 level on private 4000 sq. ft. lot. Quiet location in cul-de-sac next to church and green space. Updates include new kitchen with large island and ss appls, bathrooms re done as well. Main bath with beautiful soaker tub. $30,000 roof. Loads of windows bring in the natural light. Walk to transit, groceries and shops.

Safe, secure & affordable living for those 55 years+.Come see this warm, lovingly kept, bright & spacious home with peaceful outlooks to trees, courtyard. 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, beautifully updated, nothing to do but move in & relax. Skylight, gas fireplace lots of storage & an extra locker located on the same floor. $246 monthly strata fee includes electricity, gas & hot water. Just a short walk all amenities - No pets. -View at www.garyshepherd.ca

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55+ gated community Ground level 1530 sq. ft. featuring 2 large bedrooms and 2 full baths! ideal for roommates. Suite offers roomy floorplan and a peaceful location, pantry, laundry room with storage. newer appls. Newer paint, lighting and laminate floors. enclosed original deck with thermo windows and high-end wall insulation plus extended outside area with 12ft poured aggregate patio. well-maintained complex. Close to Save-On Foods, medical, parks and transit. Small pet ok. Call today to view!

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Brent Short 604-657-5220

Listed below assessed value. Great first home with family room addition upstairs. 4 bdrm, 3 bath, 2500 sq. ft. on 7200 sq. ft. lot in beautiful Birdland area. Laminate floors thru-out, updated maple kitch w/ gas stove, thermal windows and roof all done. Covered back deck allows for all season use and over looks lrg fully fenced bkyd. Lots of parking, storage under deck.

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Top floor corner penthouse unit facing west on quiet side of building. Huge west private deck for evening sunsets. Extremely clean open floor plan 2 bdrm 2 bath in one of the best well run complex. Steps to Willowbrook Mall, restaurants, buses & parks. Unit also has 2 pkg spaces, hurry on this rare find.

great value

Thinking of selling? The spring market is upon us and it’s a great time to sell! I have recently sold 4 homes in the Tynehead/Fleetwood neighborhood and Buyers are out there shopping. Call Daryl at 604-657-5757 today for your free market evaluation and let me show you how to get your home sold quickly!

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Desirable, GROUND LEVEL, END corner location at Glenwood Village Heights. Large, sunny kitchen w/eating area, oodles of cabinets, familyrm, 2 private bedrooms separated by living space, 2 full baths, gas fireplace & lots of storage. Very well run complex features new roofs, club house w/guest suite, $165 p/m strata fee. SUPER LOCATION, steps to all amenities, 1 owner 45+, others 19+. View at www.garyshepherd.ca

Beautifully renovated 2 bedroom town home in Lincoln’s Gate. Great location in a great complex.

Immaculate 2145 sq. ft. rancher on a 14,000 sq. ft. manicured lot in Boundary Park. Many updates, hot water heat, huge covered sundeck, under ground sprinklers & more!

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On the fly Surrey Eagles captain Danton Heinen (89) watches as teammate Kale Bennett heads up the ice with the puck during a Family Day matinée game against the Chilliwack Chiefs Monday afternoon. Heinen scored three times to lift the Eagles to a wild 7-6 win over their Mainland Division rivals. (Photo: GARRETT JAMES)

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The Family Day holiday weekend unfolded as expected for the Surrey Eagles with the Birds losing to one of the B.C. Hockey League’s top teams followed by a win over one of the loop’s cellar dwellers. The Eagles opened the weekend on Saturday night against the visiting Penticton Vees at South Surrey Arena, a game that served as a rematch of last spring’s BCHL championship final. The Eagles prevailed in six games last April, but the Vees showed why they are back among the league’s elite this year by blanking the Birds 3-0. The Vees survived an early flurry from the Eagles before asserting themselves with two

power-play goals before the end of the first period. Penticton added another goal in the middle frame before clamping down in the third period to wrap up the 3-0 shutout win. Vees goalie Hunter Miska stopped 29 Surrey shots to earn the goose egg. “It was actually a pretty good game,” said Eagles coach Peter Schaefer. “We took the play to them in the first period and we got some power plays but we just couldn’t score. Then they ended up getting three powerplay goals and that was the difference. “To be honest, the game was lost for us in the first period when we didn’t capitalize on those power plays. Their goalie played good and we couldn’t get inside their defencemen to get to the rebounds. He was kicking them out, but we just couldn’t get to them.”

The Eagles were back on South Surrey ice Monday afternoon for a matinee match in which the home side outlasted the last-place Chilliwack Chiefs 7-6. While goals were hard to come by Saturday night, that was not the case Monday as the two teams combined to score five times in the first period alone. Surrey trailed 3-2 after the opening frame, but took over the lead with a pair of unanswered markers in the second period. The Eagles stretched their lead with a power-play goal 25 seconds into the third period only to have the Chiefs storm back with three straight goals to take a 5-4 lead at the midway point. Undaunted, Surrey tied the game two minutes later, setting the stage for Braedan Russell’s game winner with 40

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The Crusaders made an undefeated run against a superb field of teams to win the Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball Invitational in Kelowna, but their biggest test eluded them. The defending B.C. champion Walnut Grove Gators were seeded number one, but were upended in

the semifinals by Kelowna, denying the Crusaders a chance to test themselves against one of the best teams in the province. The Kelowna event featured top teams from Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan plus a smattering of ranked squads from among the top of the B.C. pecking order. “There were a lot of good teams there so it’s definitely a confidence booster to have

success in a tournament like that,” said Crusaders coach Matt LeChasseur. “Hopefully we can build off this when the playoffs start this week.” The Crusaders opened the tourney by beating Regina’s Balfour Collegiate 96-72. Joaquin Bennett-Boire led the way with 23 points while Taylor Browne and Henry Maduabueke helped out with 20 and 19, respectively. Next up for fourth-

ranked Holy Cross was the Burnaby South Rebels in the semifinals. Maduabueke had a huge game with 21 points, but the Crusaders needed a buzzer-beating three pointer from Browne at the end to escape with a 69-66 win. With the host Kelowna Owls pulling off the upset of the Gators in the other semifinal, the championship final was standing room only on Saturday night. “They haven’t won their

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before cruising to a 76-64 win. Bennett-Boire was the top marksman for Holy Cross with 26 points and four assists while Maduabueke chipped in with 21. “We were treating this tournament as our last opportunity for prepping for playoffs and the guys responded well,” LeChasseur said. “Winning this tournament meant a lot in terms of coming together as a group. We’ve been trying to focus on that and we want to make sure we’re playing at our peak at this time of the year. We worked well as a unit and ran our set plays well so it was a good weekend for us. The guys are buying into it and we’re seeing the results as well.” Browne, Maduabueke and Bennett-Boire were all named to the tournament all-star team while LeChasseur singled out Bright Dododza and Alex Asperin for their contributions throughout the weekend.

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