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    On Site Expert Home Finishing Kitchen and Bathroom "Working with Award Winning Designers since 1991" See our Portfolio... OnSiteRenovations.com Mike Getzlaf 604 351 9316

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  • 01/23/20--16:00: OUR FAMILY SERVING YOURS
  • McKenzie FUNERAL SERVICES Our Family Serving Yours 604-926-5121 200-100 Park Royal South, West Vancouver mckenziefuneralservices.com

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    will sell February 10th, 2020 a 2004 Acura 3.2TL VIN: 19UUA66224A804214 Debtor: RAFTON MITTOO. Currently the vehicle holds a debt of $3,817.53. Vehicle can be viewed at 101-1650 Broadway ST. Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 2M8 between 9AM-3PM, Monday-Friday. Please contact service@accuratetrans.ca for more information.

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    Many systems, policies, practices and even attitudes and behaviours are outdated and contribute to the social and environmental challenges facing our communities and our world. More and more leaders are recognizing what does not work and yearn for a fresh approach to build connected communities for meaningful action. This training provides practical tools and approaches to build cultures of belonging as a foundational step to unleashing dormant talents and working effectively together to address complex social problems.

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  • 01/23/20--16:00: FLOAT HOME WANTED
  • I'm looking to buy a smaller (single guy) float home in Ladner in the next couple of months or so.

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    Oil painting by well known Alberta artist William Duma entitled From The Road (Alberta foothills and mountain scene)1989, 12" X 16" in 24" x 20" frame, excellent condition, $1100. (604) 720-1867

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    Coquitlam, west wood plateau area, top 2 floors with 4 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Bathroom, Large Living Room, Family Room, Formal Dining Room, TV Room, Eating Area, 3 gas fire place, over 2800 Sqft of living space, Laminate flooring and Italian tiles throughout, Granite Countertops, Stainless steel appliances, Laundry, No covered parking But 2-3 outside, Balcony and back yard, its Available Now. *** Furnished is $4500 Plus 2/3 of Utilities, *** Unfurnished $3000 Plus 2/3 of utilities, *** Must have good credit, be Employed, No Smoking, No Pet, No sublet. Pls Text with your contact info to arrange for viewing.

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  • 01/23/20--16:00: WAREHOUSE LIEN ACT
  • Ferguson Moving & Storage will be selling the contents of one (1) 512 cubic foot container stored in our warehouse. The person liable as debtor for which the lien exists is Pia Southam. The contents will be sold by private or public sale on January 30th, 2020, or thereafter at 1584 Columbia Street, North Vancouver.

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    As our changing climate brings extreme weather and rising seas to Vancouver, Stanley Park's ecosystems will have to adapt. As local residents, how can we help the Park's shorelife survive the coming changes? And as global citizens, what are our moral responsibilities to transform our society and economy at the scale and pace science and justice demand? Join us on an captivating tour along the Seawall to see our shorelines with fresh eyes. Learn the importance of the spaces between tides and how residents of Vancouver might protect these for the years and generations to come. Pre-register - $5 members / $10 non-members Drop in - $7 members / $12.50 non-members Saturday, February 1 Stanley Park Nature House on Lost Lagoon

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    2006 Ford Taurus SE only 48,800 kms,4 door, seats 6, V6,Automatic, Air, cruise, ABS,PW, PB,PS,PL,Tilt, cruise, air bags,back seating like new, split front bench seat,small dent in rear left door, low kilometers, $4750. 604 720-1867,604 708-1142

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    Mt. Tolmie Ridge Apts PRIVACY 2 BR, available immed., pool, hottub, sauna. On-site managers. NS/NP. Parking extra 250-598-3821

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  • 01/24/20--18:20: SHIRLEY TEMPLE W BOOK
  • doll, stand and book How i raised shirley temple

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  • 01/24/20--18:25: CRYSTAL VASES VARIOUS PRICES
  • the bowl is $20 and all the rest are $15 each

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    FREE event Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16 | 10am-4pm We are thrilled to announce the upcoming Family Festival + Japanese Book Sale 2020 hosted by Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. The event will be held during the Family Day long weekend, so we have lots of activities and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy! Engage in many hands-on workshops as the Sand Art making, and Japanese storytelling, Kamishibai, and also you will have fun in the exciting VR Games in the Free Game Zone presented by Telus. Families can also enjoy Japan's most timeless and classic games & toys where families can play, create, explore, and be together with one another. In addition, experience Kamishibai, the traditional Japanese art of storytelling that interacts with the audience There will also be a screening of Japanese anime on Sunday free of charge. "Modest Heroes" is an ambitious anthology of three thrilling tales created by some of the greatest talents working in Japanese animation today! The movie screening in only on Sunday from 1:30pm until 4:30pm. During the whole event, you'll be able to browse and discover thousands of Japanese books, manga, CDs, and DVDs! The widest selection of used Japanese books in Metro Vancouver. Last, but not least, it will be a great chance to try out lots of delicious Japanese food made by local vendors such as ramen, takoyaki and Japanese crepe. The Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre invites you to this family-friendly event. It is a perfect way to spend Family Day weekend with friends and family! This event was made possible thanks to the support of the B.C. government.

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    Come have fun on FAMILY DAY WEEKEND with us! FREE event Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16 | 10am-4pm at Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. We are thrilled to announce the upcoming Family Festival + Japanese Book Sale 2020 hosted by Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. The event will be held during the Family Day long weekend, so we have lots of activities and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy! Engage in many hands-on workshops as the Sand Art making, and Japanese storytelling, Kamishibai, and also you will have fun in the exciting VR Games in the Free Game Zone presented by Telus. Families can also enjoy Japan's most timeless and classic games & toys where families can play, create, explore, and be together with one another. In addition, experience Kamishibai, the traditional Japanese art of storytelling that interacts with the audience There will also be a screening of Japanese anime on Sunday free of charge. "Modest Heroes" is an ambitious anthology of three thrilling tales created by some of the greatest talents working in Japanese animation today! The movie screening in only on Sunday from 1:30 pm until 4:30 pm. During the whole event, you'll be able to browse and discover thousands of Japanese books, manga, CDs, and DVDs! The widest selection of used Japanese books in Metro Vancouver. Last, but not least, it will be a great chance to try out lots of delicious Japanese food made by local vendors such as ramen, takoyaki, and Japanese crepe. The Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre invites you to this family-friendly event. It is a perfect way to spend Family Day weekend with friends and family! This event was made possible thanks to the support of the B.C. government.

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  • 01/25/20--16:00: SEX ADDICTS ANONYMOUS
  • A 12-step fellowship of men and women seeking to stop addictive sexual behaviours. For a meeting list and more information, go to our web site at "saavancouver.org".

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  • 01/25/20--16:30: HOROSCOPE SALLY BROMPTON ...
  • HOROSCOPE SALLY Brompton BIRTHDAY SUNDAY: Ignore those who say that you should follow a path through life that others have trod before you. Where is the fun in that? You are in no mood to play safe and over the coming year will push yourself beyond anything you have done before. Greatness awaits you. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): If you make an effort to get along with people this week it will pay dividends later in the year. You may enjoy your own company but that does not mean that everyone else is boring. There are plenty of people out there who are on your mental level. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): The more you look ahead now the more likely it is you will enjoy success later on. Cosmic activity in the career area of your chart not only encourages you to be ambitious but to think long-term as well - that means ten years ahead, not just ten days. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): It will be easy for you to reach out to people this week, especially the kind of people who need your special blend of logic and empathy. The advice you give to someone over the next 24 hours could be just what they need to turn their life around. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): You may find it hard to understand why a friend or family member is acting in such a negative manner but no doubt they have their reasons. Instead of wondering about it, why don't you just ask them? They may welcome someone to confide in. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): The best way to put a relationship on a firmer footing is to not be so insistent that the other party sees everything your way. Yes, you may be right, but sometimes being right is not as important as being accepted for who you are and how you feel. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): You need to make a sustained effort to get your workload back to a level where it does not feel as if everything is about to come crashing down around your ears. Combine a few early starts with a few late finishes over the next few days. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): Creatively and artistically this is still a good time for you, but are you doing anything worthwhile with it? There is nothing wrong with taking it easy but doing so now is a bit of a waste, so get up and get at it and get great things done! SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): You need to be more decisive, especially when dealing with the kind of domestic issues that can get worse over time if no one tries to resolve them. Family feuds are a part of life but that does not mean they should last a lifetime - get them sorted. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): There is no point getting upset with people who have let you down, deliberately or otherwise. What's done is done and cannot be undone, so learn what you can from the situation and then resolve to move on. Never forget that life is supposed to be fun. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Like everyone else you need to make ends meet and opportunities to boost your income will soon come your way. Your money situation would improve just as well, of course, if you could find ways to cut back on your spending. Make that your thought for the day. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): A new beginning is both possible and desirable, but it won't happen unless you take the steps to make it happen. Decide where and to what extent you want your life to change and then make the bold moves that will get things moving in the right direction. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): A positive attitude is a must, especially if you are the sort of Pisces who tends to see your glass as half empty rather than half full. The bottom line is that life is largely what you choose to make of it, so choose to love and laugh and learn. Discover more about yourself at www.sallybrompton.com

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  • 01/25/20--16:30: HOROSCOPE SALLY BROMPTON ...
  • HOROSCOPE SALLY Brompton BIRTHDAY MONDAY: If you make an effort to put other people first over the coming 12 months then the universe will reward you in numerous ways. It is one of the basic facts of life that what you do for, or to, someone else, always comes back to you in the end. ARIES (March 21 - April 20): A lot of good causes would benefit from your input and your leadership qualities, so why are you still not getting involved? Put your confidence and courage to good use this week by helping people who have not been anywhere near as fortunate as you. TAURUS (April 21 - May 21): Do whatever it takes to help a friend or family member who is finding life tough. Try not to be judgmental about what they have done, and what it has cost them - just offer your services with no questions asked. You could be their savior. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21): You have never been slow to adapt to changing circumstances and what occurs over the next few days will demonstrate just how quickly you can get your act together when the situation demands it. Mentally, at least, you are on a higher level than most other people. CANCER (June 22 - July 23): No matter how hard you try to shield a friend from an unpleasant truth they will eventually have to face up to the fact that they got something badly wrong. Make sure they are aware how they reached this position, then help them get out of it. LEO (July 24 - Aug. 23): Sometimes you just have to let the mask slip a bit and let others in on how you are feeling, especially if you are feeling less than great. You don't have to be the tough guy all the time Leo - you are allowed to show your vulnerable side. VIRGO (Aug. 24 - Sept. 23): What happens today will have a major impact on your relationship situation. The most important thing by far is that you are ready to forgive and forget when partners and loved ones and friends let you down. They will appreciate your understanding. LIBRA (Sept. 24 - Oct. 23): Can you turn dreams into realities? Of course you can. It does not matter in the slightest what others say can or cannot be done - as a Libra you can do anything you please, so long as you believe in yourself. Start making your dreams come true today. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22): Wishful thinking is not always a bad thing and with helpful cosmic activity in one of the more creative areas of your chart today you should be making wishes left, right and center. What you desire may be outrageous to some but for you it's business as usual. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21): You don't always feel comfortable with open displays of emotion but a loved one's tears will move you today. The best way to help them, of course, is to be practical and insist that they be practical too - but it's okay to show some sympathy as well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 20): Others may say your ideas are too eccentric to work but you know from long experience that if you apply yourself and refuse to give up then anything is possible. Ignore those who say your plans are sure to fail and do what feels right to you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 - Feb. 19): You could hit the jackpot today if you listen to, and act on, what your inner voice is trying to tell you. It may be that the rest of the world says you have got it completely wrong but the rest of the world can, for now, be safely ignored. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Mar. 20): Your ability to tune in to other people's feelings will come in useful today, and may even change your life in some way. If you find it within your power to assist one of your fellow human beings then do so with no questions asked. Love everyone equally. Discover more about yourself at www.sallybrompton.com

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  • 01/25/20--20:31: FRENCH IMMERSION PLAYGROUP
  • Children begin with musical circle time, greeting songs, and some light warm up stretches. Music time is filled with fun songs, rhymes, movement and instruments. We focus on building phonetic awareness, listening skills, comprehension skills, oral skills, and social skills. Each session introduces a learning theme of the day to strengthen comprehension. The instructor leads story time with books related to the theme. Students participate in interactive activities such as felt boards and other visual and sensory materials to create meaning and connections to build concepts, understanding, and knowledge. Students are engaged through games and group activities to build oral language and social skills. Art and crafts related to the theme will also be incorporated to strengthen fine motor skills, concepts, creativity and imagination. Spaces limited. Register on EventBrite for an early bird discount!

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  • 01/26/20--10:22: L.ROBERTSPAINTING
  • walls-$120/rm ceilings-$80-100/rm,incl paint&prep; 30yrs exp

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