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THURSDAY
FEB. 10 2011
VOL.6 N210
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RECALLS GOLD-MEDAL WIN P4
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romance to that special day.
GOING
LOCAL
IN STYLE
VANCOUVER A local fashion student has found a way to
design clothes with dye from plants grown in the city. P3
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NEWS VANCOUVER
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THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 10 2011
One person is dead after two planes clipped each others wings outside
Mission Wednesday afternoon. The aircraft, believed to be Cessnas,
collided at about 4:30 p.m. According to reports, one plane crashed into a
large swamp, killing one passenger and injuring the other. The second
plane made a safe landing in a nearby farmer's field. QMI AGENCY
B.C. Finance Minister Colin Hansen is forecasting a diminished deficit in next Tuesdays
budget, according to reports, because revenues are coming in higher than expected.
The deficit for the current fiscal year, ending March 31, is projected at $1.6 billion.
Hansen called for a lower number for the upcoming budget, but wouldnt elaborate.
QMI AGENCY
MORE FLASHY ADS
TRANSLINK More electronic billboards could soon
pop up around Vancouver. According to reports, Translink is
mulling over the controversial option residents in the past
have criticized the billboards for being visual pollution in a
bid to bring in more ad revenue. The LED signs wouldnt
necessarily be at transit stations of bus loops. The authority
reaps $9 million in annual ad sales. QMI AGENCY
HIGH RISES IN KITSILANO
FIRST NATIONS Members of the Squamish Nation will
consider later this month building high-rises on reserve land in
Kitsilano. According to reports, the band does not need the
citys approval as long as its members approve the two residen-
tial buildings at the end of the Burrard Bridge. The develop-
ment proposal would need to obtain federal permission, how-
ever, for environmental impact and finances. QMI AGENCY
CARRIAGES RUINED
STANLEY PARK Vancouver police are investigating
after two wooden carriages were damaged in a suspicious
fire last night in Stanley Park. Around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday,
flames broke out at Stanley Park Horse Drawn Tours, next to
the Vancouver police stables. Two carriages were damaged
when the tarps covering them caught fire. No horses were
hurt in the blaze. The cause is not yet known. QMI AGENCY
LAURA BAZIUK
QMI Agency
You can eat local and shop local.
Thanks to a Richmond fashion de-
sign student, you can now wear
local.
Twenty-three-year-old Justina
Kriss has tapped into the 100-mile-
diet idea and is hand-dyeing fabrics
using local plants to highlight Van-
couvers natural beauty.
I thought it was really interesting
to be able to showcase Vancouver
and actually instill local plants into
the clothing, said Kriss, in her final
year at Kwantlen Polytechnic Uni-
versity. I think Vancouver has a lot
to offer.
She collects plants, such as leaves
from roses, maple trees and rhodo-
dendrons from her neighbourhood,
dries them, and steams their
colours onto natural fabrics by
hand.
Theres no other dye, which is
hard for people to believe or imag-
ine just looking at it.
Her results are subtle, yet sophis-
ticated earth-toned garments that
Kriss hopes become meaningful
mementos for tourists or keepsakes
for locals.
I wanted it to be tasteful and
attractive enough that residents
would want to wear it too and it
would make you feel proud of your
city, said Kriss, who learned of
the method from a book by an Aus-
tralian woman who dyed fabrics
with eucalyptus.
The possibilities are endless, she
added. I want to explore so much
more and try different plants and
different fabrics.
Kriss and her fellow Kwantlen
fashion students will present their
grad collections on April 5 at the
River Rock Casino.
Music has
its healing
powers
JOE LEARY
Team 1040
Local musicians are proving that
music does have inspirational pow-
ers.
Last year, an assemblage of local tal-
ent banded together in song for a
video project called Music Saves, a
collective that highlights awareness
of the Vancouver Adapted Music So-
ciety and the Canadian Music Ther-
apy Trust Fund. Together, these or-
ganizations helped create a level
playing field for the disabled within
B.C., while demonstrating the posi-
tive influence that music can play in
peoples lives.
For the inaugural project in 2009,
the musicians performed Bob Dylans
I Shall Be Released, which won sev-
eral awards including the Commu-
nity Service Award presented by the
B.C. Association of Broadcasters.
For Music Saves 2, a similarly stel-
lar group of artists including Jim
Byrnes, Dan Mangan, Adaline, Bar-
ney and Dustin Bentall and Spirit of
the Wests John Mann were brought
onboard under the direction of Craig
Northey, to offer their spin on Joe
Cockers rock classic, Feelin Alright.
It was truly inspiring to see so
many talented Vancouver artists step
up, says Shore 104.3 FM assistant
program director Patrick Zulinov.
A sentiment echoed by those in-
volved.
Music Saves was an easy cause to
get behind, says local indie star Dan
Mangan.
To boot, they promised we could
record on Jericho Beach. Thats a
pretty nice studio. I love how they
brought together Vancouver musi-
cians from all walks and genres.
The new song is currently getting
airplay on Much More Music and can
be seen along with a behind the
scenes making of video at
www.shore104.com/musicsaves.
Justina Kriss, fashion
design student at Kwantlen
Polytechnic University in
Richmond, dyes fabrics
using local plants.
PHOTO CARMINE MARINELLI

I wanted it to be tasteful and attractive enough that


residents would want to wear it too and it would make
you feel proud of your city.
Justina Kriss, Kwantlen fashion student
Clothes with local fashion stamp
M
ost people got the message during the
2008 election campaign that Gregor
Robertson was the candidate who
promised to end homelessness. Its an issue that polls
consistently show is very important to Vancouverites.
In fact, it was the lack of progress on the homeless-
ness file that was cited as one of the reasons for
Robertsons declining public approval rating in 2010.
The issue of homelessness is always thick with poli-
tics. Everyone wants to take credit for trying to solve
what seems like an unsolvable crisis. Despite not re-
ceiving a single new commitment from senior levels
of government to finance social housing, Robertson
and Vision Vancouver claim it is their work that is
making the difference.
For the sake of the citys homeless population, I wish
it were so.
People say to me that Mayor Gregors greatest ac-
complishment on homelessness has been to create a
new category, which he dubs street homelessness. It
means people living outdoors. When Robertson
came to office he altered his campaign promise to
end homelessness by 2015 to ending street home-
lessness.
Adding the adjective street was a significant re-
treat from that original commitment.
The citys updated focus on moving people living
outdoors into shelters made the problem less visible
(Robertson brags he reduced street homelessness
by 50 per cent), but, in reality, Vancouvers homeless
population continues to grow (by more than 12 per
cent since 2008). Scarce resources once allocated to
building permanent social housing are now diverted
into maintaining temporary shelters.
During the previous term of government under
mayor Sam Sullivan, the city hammered out an agree-
ment with then minister of housing and social devel-
opment Rich Coleman to build or restore more than
3,800 units of social and supportive housing. The gov-
ernment before that, under mayor Larry Campbell,
got commitments for more than 500 units.
Robertsons government, however, has received zero
commitments from senior levels of government for
new social housing.
Long-term solutions to homelessness have been well
underway at the city level for years. For example, for-
mer city manager Judy Rogers helped to create the
Streetohome Foundation, an innovation to fund social
housing through private donors, something that ap-
palled Vision and COPE when in opposition.
The city also secured federal research dollars to ad-
dress the scourge of mental illness in the Downtown
Eastside, which is the root cause of much of that
neighbourhoods drug use and despair.
If Robertson is going back to voters for another man-
date to solve homelessness, what kind of progress can
he show other than housing commitments secured by
the NPA, or money generated by Streetohome?
As the mayor cuts the ribbons this year on com-
pleted social housing projects, you can bet he and his
Vision colleagues will be taking credit for all of it.
That, folks, is just politics.
Follow Mike on Twitter @mikeklassen
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Little progress
on real homeless
BOB MACKIN
QMI Agency
You can own a piece of a
podium, but youll have to
wait longer to see thousands
of artifacts from the 2010
Winter Olympics.
Six of the 23 B.C. wood podi-
ums were carved into 20,100
stone-shaped pieces. The
$39.99 souvenirs are on sale
at Bay stores in downtown
Vancouver and Toronto.
Mens hockey captain Scott
Niedermayer was at
Wednesdays Vancouver
launch, even though the gold
medallist didnt step on a
podium. The wooden mound
he leaned on at Rogers Arena
and the net on which Sidney
Crosby scored the overtime
winner are on display
through the weekend.
I was on my way down to-
wards the net when Sidney
got the pass. I didnt even see
him shoot the puck, Nieder-
mayer told QMI. I just saw it
hit the back of the net here,
the padding. Needless to say,
a pretty exciting moment
after that and the whole
country was feeling the same
thing.
Royal Canadian Mint is dis-
playing Olympic medals at
752 Granville through Sun-
day. Some of City Halls
Olympic collection will be in
Creekside Community
Recreation Centre at the for-
mer Olympic Village on Sat-
urday. The B.C. Sports Hall of
Fame reopens in November
with a Vancouver 2010
gallery. The rest of the
Games treasures, however,
are in limbo, according to
Museum of Vancouver direc-
tor of collections and exhibi-
tions Joan Seidl.
Items are stored at the
Manitoba Works Yard in
South Vancouver, but have
not been catalogued. Negoti-
ations continue with the
Canadian Olympic Commit-
tee, which took control from
VANOC.
Its not a sprint, this is a
long distance race, Seidl
said. Eventually we have to
make it to the finish line.
City tops
in green
ambition
DHARM MAKWANA
QMI Agency
Vancouver inched another
step closer to being the green-
est city in the world Wednes-
day when Corporate Knights
magazineunveiled its sustain-
able cities rankings.
Lotusland tied with Victoria
for first place overall among all
cities in Canada with a score of
71 per cent while Toronto
ranked first among big cities
with a 69 per cent score.
This is an honour for Van-
couver to be recognized as a
leading Canadian city on the
environmental front for the
second year in a row, Mayor
Gregor Robertson said in a
release. The recognition
confirms were on the right
track with actions underway
or planned to help us become
the worlds greenest city by
2020.
Cities were analyzed using
28 indicators divided into
five categories: Ecological in-
tegrity, economic security,
governance and empower-
ment, infrastructure and
built environment, and social
well being.
Corporate Knights Toby
Heaps said a municipalitys
culture is often the most im-
portant determinant of sus-
tainability and the stemming
rules and regulations.
Theres a big-picture
trend, added the magazines
editor-in-chief. Now all
major cities have at least in
rhetoric signed up to the sus-
tainability pledge.
Where there still remains
a lot of progress to be made is
in measuring and tracking
those targets.

NEWSVANCOUVER
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THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 10 2011

A pretty exciting moment after that and the


whole country was feeling the same thing.
Scott Niedermayer on Sidney Crosbys gold medal goal
Games podium
pieces now on sale
Hudson Bay Company is celebrating
the 2010 Winter Olympics anniversary
by selling pieces of the official Olympic
podiums. PHOTO CARMINE MARINELLI

NEWS VANCOUVER
5
THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 10 2011

LAURA BAZIUK
QMI Agency
The Canadian designer known
for creating the worlds most
expensive pair of jeans auc-
tioned for $250,000 has
taken his skills to the high
seas.
Jason Dussault, the Van-
couver-based designer
known for his high-priced
clothing styled with skulls
and precious metals, un-
veiled a customized 24-foot
Centurion ENZO towboat to
be sold for charity on Mon-
day at the 2011 Vancouver
International Boat Show.
I wanted to take all the dif-
ferent parts of my fashion,
Dussault said at the Vancou-
ver Convention Centre,
and translate them onto a
boat [to] make something
completely unique.
Covered in black with red
flames, the impressive 16-
seater features a customized
carpet, mats and lifejackets,
embroidered white vinyl
seats, a TV/DVD/stereo sys-
tem combo, and a hand-
crafted sterling-silver skull
embedded in the steering
wheel.
Dussault named it Kheran,
after Greek mythologys fer-
ryman for the River Styx.
The nice thing about this
boat is not only has it got the
technology, but now its got that
added one-of-a-kind feel to it,
he said. The person who owns
this boat is going to own the
finest ski boat thats ever been
made.
The vessel will be auctioned
off on the boat shows last day,
Sunday, Feb. 13. All proceeds
will go toward the Childrens
Wish Foundation and Canuck
Place Childrens Hospice.
DHARM MAKWANA
QMI Agency
RCMP will use a report issued
Wednesday by the B.C. Civil
Liberties assessing police ser-
vice in the provinces interior
as a topic of discussion with
community leaders, but re-
main weary of its findings.
We are somewhat suspect
about the validity of commu-
nity sentiment as outlined in
the report, said Insp. Tim
Shields in response to the
paper entitled Small Town
Justice.
And we dont believe the
community sentiment is accu-
rately reflected by many of the
statements made in the report.
Insp. Shields singled out a
town-hall meeting in Williams
Lake hosted by the BCCLA as
particularly problematic
because only eight people at-
tended. The majority of feed-
back collected contradicted
RCMP consultations with the
citys mayor, Rotary club, two
First Nations leaders and other
community representatives.
Since many of the allegations
were anecdotal and made
anonymously, its extremely
difficult to follow up on them,
he added.
More than 300 people partic-
ipated in 16 workshops in 14
cities and rural communities
during a two-week tour in Au-
gust 2010.
BCCLA executive director
David Eby said names and de-
tails of complaints are available
to the RCMP for further inves-
tigation.
I wish it was going to be a dis-
cussion item for people in the
community, he said. As far as
we can tell, theyre dismissing
the report outright saying, We
like the positive stuff but we
dont believe the negative stuff
case closed.
Dussault floats kids boat
RCMP
Mounties claim reports not accurate
Tell-tale signs of
gang activity
QMI AGENCY The RCMPs aboriginal unit reminded the public
on Monday to look for gang signs with a list of tips.
Tips include watching out for strangers hanging around, gang
colours and signs at schools, suspected drug activity and graffiti.
The latter often includes block letters and nicknames, or could be
crossed out by rival gangs.
Watch for someone who wears bandanas, altered ball caps or
tattoos, or demonstrates hand signs or weapons.
If he stays out late, has unexplained injuries or new possessions,
is secretive about new friends, abruptly changes personality, or
has graffiti on personal items such as notebooks or bedroom
walls, he might be involved in gang life.
Report gang activity to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
Fashion designer Jason
Dussault unveils a
tricked-out boat to be
auctioned off for charity
at the 2011 Vancouver
International Boat Show.
PHOTO CARMINE MARINELLI

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statements made in the report.
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Scientists to study Antarctic cooling
Sea temperatures off the Antarctic Peninsula
have cooled over the past 12,000 years, ac-
cording to a study on Wednesday that may
help scientists understand the impact of
modern global warming on the frozen conti-
nent. Scientists want to learn more about
Antarctica because even a thaw of the
fringes could raise sea levels and swamp
low-lying coasts. The continent, discovered
only in 1820, contains enough ice to raise
world sea levels by 57 metres. The cooling,
caused by shifts in the Earths orbit around
the sun, cut sea temperatures in the area to
around zero Celsius in past decades. The
cooling is now being offset by climate
change. The Antarctic Peninsula is warming
at a rate of about 3.4 degrees Celsius per
century, it said. REUTERS
Some people are literally in love with their favourite possessions, giving more time,
money andaffectiontothemthanthey dotoother people, a newstudy suggests. Amarketing
study out of Arizona State University evaluatedthe phenomenonof material possessionlove.
The researchers interviewedcar, gun, computer and
bicycle enthusiasts about their favourite things. Until
now, whenweve thought about attachment toob-
jects, most consumer researchers have thought of it interms of self-
identity, suchas whether owninganddrivinganexpensive sports car helps youtell oth-
ers youhave a higher social status or makes youseemsportier, saidthe studys main
author, JohnLastovicka. However, here we foundthat, insome cases, consumers became
emotionally attachedtopossessions as real substitutes inwhat resembled
humanrelationships. The researchers first interviewedpeople at car shows.
One namedhis vehicle Maybelline andsaidhe spent more time withit than
withother people. Another saidhe spent every penny he had tobuy a newcar
because it was love at first sight. The researchers thenmovedontogun
ranges, andfinally hundreds of gun, bike andcomputer owners.
They foundpeople wholovedtheir objects somuchthey would
give themnames, spendhours dotingover them, anddole out huge
quantities of cashtobuy complementary products andservices. QMI AGENCY
Ashlee Simpson has
stunned the music
world by filing for di-
vorce from her rocker
husband Pete Wentz.
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an automobile accident, a tight
girdle, a higher tax bracket,
or a holding pattern over
Philadelphia.
Childrens book author Judith Viorst
TRANSSEXUAL AIRLINES Transsexual flight attendant Dissanai Chitpraphachin, 24, has her
hair done during a hairdressing training session at the PCAir offices in Bangkok Wednes-
day. The newairline wants to stand out fromthe competition by hiring only transsexual
flight attendants. So far, the airline has recruited 19 female and seven male attendants, and
plans to launch in April. REUTERS
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Halle Berry will play
herself on The
Simpsons in a pre-
Oscars special set
to air Feb. 20.
MONKS ARENT TOASTINGTHIS LITHUANIANBEERAD
Monks and nuns in the largely Catholic Baltic state of Lithuania forced a brewery on
Wednesday to withdraw an insulting poster campaign featuring a Franciscan brother hold-
ing up a brimming glass of beer. The outdoor billboard was to promote a beer produced by
the countrys biggest brewer, Svyturys-Utenos alus, which is majority owned by Danish
brewing giant Carlsberg. But Lithuanias conference of monks and nuns said in a statement
they felt insulted and trampled upon by the advertisement and had written to the brewer to
protest. The brewery apologized and said it would stop the advertisement immediately. It
said it had used the monks image to highlight links to a historical legacy of medieval monks
producing beer. REUTERS
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Justin Bieber has credited
Will Smith with guiding his
movie career, revealing the Men
In Black star is helping him find
his next big screen project.
GOODNEWS
A British senior has become a viral video sensa-
tion online after she was caught on film trying to
stop a gang of hammer-wielding robbers from
breaking into a jewelry shop. The clip, shot Mon-
day morning by a freelance cameraman who hap-
pened to be at the scene, shows several masked
individuals bashing away at the Northampton jew-
ellers window. The woman, dressed in a red coat,
charges over to the group from across the street
and begins swinging her purse at them, causing
them to back away and scatter, with some taking
off on Vespa scooters. One of the scooters
crashes in the getaway attempt, and moments
later the video shows one of the suspects being
physically subdued. The woman, identified as Ann
Timson, told TV channel Sky News that shed been
shopping in the area and had met up with a friend
when she heard a revving noise up the street. My
mother's instinct kicked in and I ran across the
road shouting at the lads to stop it, she said. I
know I put myself in danger. But I probably would
do the same again. QMI AGENCY
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SHARON SINGLETON
QMI Agency
The merger of the London Stock
ExchangeandtheTMXGroupwill
createtheworldseighthbiggestex-
change operator and the leading
bourse for resource and mining
listings, makingthetwocompanies
better able to compete as merger
fever sweepstheindustry.
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amarketvalueofabout$6.9billion
and will be jointly headquartered
in Toronto and London. It will be
the worlds biggest exchange in
terms of number of listings, in-
cluding more than 6,700 compa-
niesworthmorethan$5.8trillion.
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changesworldwideareteamingup
to get ahead in a global market-
place. Hot on the heels of the
TMX/LSEmergercamenewsof a
tieupbetweentheNYSEEuronext
and Germanys Deutsche Boerse.
The two confirmed they were in
advanced talks for an all-stock
transaction which would give the
German exchange about 60%of
thecombinedgroup.
It was inevitable, professor
Louis Gagnonof the Queens Uni-
versity School of Business said of
the deal, adding the news is posi-
tivefor theCanadianexchange.
The merger is expected to boost
revenueby$56millioninthethird
year of operation, rising to $160
millioninyearfive. Itsexpectedto
helpsave about $56milliona year
incostsbythesecondyear.
However, the merger still faces
the hurdle of approval fromsecu-
rities regulators in Canada. Last
year, the government blocked a
$39-billionhostilebidbyBHPBil-
litonforPotashCorp. sayingitdid-
nt meet the provisions of the In-
vestment Canada Act in being of
net benefit tothecountry.
IndustryMinisterTonyClement
said the government still needs to
reviewwhether or not the merger
issubject totheAct.
Quebecs securities watch-
dog, the AMF, has the power
to block any proposed
merger between the London
Stock Exchange Group and
the TMX Group, Quebec Fi-
nance Minister Raymond
Bachandsays.
Bachand said Wednesday
hehasaskedtheAMFtohold
public hearings intothe deal.
The veto power comes from
terms of TMXs acquisition of
theMontreal StockExchange
in2008. QMI AGENCY
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THURSDAY
FEBRUARY10 2011
Board urges better safety
in wake of Cougar crash
QMI AGENCY Canadas trans-
portationregulatorsaysacomplex
web of 16 factors led to the 2009
Cougarhelicoptercrashthatkilled
17 people off the coast of New-
foundland.
On March 12, 2009, Flight 491,
carrying18peopletoanoffshoreoil
platform, crashed off the coast of
St. Johns. Onlyonemansurvived.
TheTransportationSafetyBoard
ofCanadareleasedtheresultsofits
probe into the crash Wednesday,
along with several recommenda-
tions.
The report says faulty titanium
studssecuringthechoppersmain
gearboxcausedamajor oil loss, an
issuethatssincebeenfixedinsim-
ilar choppers. The board recom-
mendsgearboxesshouldbeableto
runwithout oil forat least 30min-
utes, givingpilotsachancetomake
an emergency landing. Choppers
shouldalsobe forcedtopass a 30-
minute run-dry before use, and
shouldntbeallowedtoflyoverthe
ocean in rough conditions, the
boardsaid.
Robert Decker is the sole survivor
of the Flight 491 crash. QMI AGENCY
Deficit-killingplancominginbudget, says Flaherty
ALTHIA RAJ
QMI Agency
Details about the Conservative gov-
ernmentsplantodigthecountryout
of theredwill bereleasedinthefed-
eral budget next month, the finance
minister saidWednesday.
Wewill bebalancedin2015-2016,
wait for the budget. I will lay all the
numbers out for you, FinanceMin-
ister JimFlaherty said when asked
byQMIAgencywhytheTorieswere
refusingtoreleaseacomprehensive
plan to eliminate the $45-billion
deficit.
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THURSDAY
FEBRUARY10 2011
WORLD
WASHINGTON
SMOKE FREE IN
THE PRESIDENCY
1
President Barack Obama
has finally kicked his
smoking habit, first lady
Michelle Obama said Tues-
day. It has been almost a
year since the president had
a cigarette, his wife told re-
porters at a White House lun-
cheon to mark the first an-
niversary of her Lets Move
childhood health initiative.
REUTERS
SEOUL
TALKS COLLAPSE
2
Military talks between
the rival Koreas have
collapsed, a unification min-
istry official in Seoul said on
Wednesday, dealing a set-
back to efforts to restart inter-
national aid-for-disarmament
talks. Tensions have eased on
the divided peninsula since
the start of the year, with both
sides calling for dialogue,
raising hopes the neighbours
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addicts in Kabul. Studies
suggest Afghanistan cur-
rently has a concentrated
HIV/AIDS epidemic con-
centrated within a growing
population of injecting drug
users. REUTERS
OMAN
OIL TANKERSEIZED
3
Suspected Somali pi-
rates captured a U.S.-
bound tanker carrying around
US$200 million worth of
crude oil in the Indian Ocean
on Wednesday in one of the
biggest hijackings in the area
so far. The Irene SL, with 25
crewmembers on board, was
carrying about 2 million bar-
rels of oil, or nearly one fifth of
daily U.S. crude imports.
REUTERS
VATICAN CITY
NOIPHONE
CONFESSIONS
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Catholics cannot con-
fess via iPhone and
technology is not a substitute
for being present when ad-
mitting sins to a priest, the
Vatican spokesman said on
Wednesday. The statement
by Father Federico Lombardi
follows the launch of an
iPhone application aimed at
helping Catholics through
confession. REUTERS
TAIPEI
ALLEGEDSPY
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5
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authorities said on Wednes-
day, warning citizens to be-
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despite warming ties between
the two sides. Major-General
Lo Hsien-che, is accused of
collecting intelligence for Bei-
jing. REUTERS
Egyptians rally
for next bigpush
REUTERS Egyptians
counted the economic cost
of more than two weeks of
turmoil on Wednesday as
protestersonCairosTahrir
Square looked ahead to
their next big push to oust
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desert oasis.
It appearedtobe the most
serious such clash with of-
ficial forces since Jan. 28.
Protesters chant anti-Mubarak slogans while holding an
Egyptian flag in Tahrir square in Cairo on Wednesday.
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Medvedovsky paintings tosee
The colourful world of Vitaly Medvedovsky comes to town
this week in the formof vivid paintings explorations of
the fine line between fantasy and reality. The former USSR
citizens exhibit, Tales fromthe Outskirts, opens Thursday
and runs until March 5 at the Winsor Gallery. 24HRS
Chromeoat Commodore
Get ready for P-Thugg and Dave 1! Chromeo, the acclaimed
Canadian electrofunk duo, are set to bring their pulsating
beats to the Commodore Ballroomtonight. The Montreal pair
will performtunes fromtheir most recent album, Business
Casual. Tickets at livenation.com 24HRS
Whywatchmusicsbignight?
WHEN:
Sunday, 8 to 11:30 p.m. EST on
CBS &Global
WHERE:
Staples Center, LA
PERFORMERS:
Mick Jagger &Raphael Saadiq;
Eminem; Justin Bieber &Usher
with Jaden Smith; Lady Gaga;
Katy Perry; an Aretha Franklin
tribute featuring Chrsitina
Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson,
Martina McBride, Florence
Welch and Yolanda Adams;
Barbra Streisand; B.o.B &Bruno
Mars with Janelle Mone; Drake
&Rihanna; Cee Lo Green with
Gwyneth Paltrow&JimHenson
Company Puppets; Arcade Fire;
Lady Antebellum; Miranda
Lambert; and Muse.
PRESENTERS:
Marc Anthony, Jamie Foxx,
Jewel, John Mayer, Pauley
Perrette and Donnie Wahlberg,
Dierks Bentley, Miley Cyrus,
Selena Gomez, Neil Patrick
Harris, Norah Jones,
Kris Kristofferson,
John Legend,
LL Cool J, Nicki
Minaj, Paramore,
Seth Rogen and
Blake Shelton.
THE
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GRAMMY AWARDS
rd
DARRYL STERDAN
QMI Agency
They dont call it Musics
Biggest Night for nothing.
With more than 100
gramophone-shaped tro-
phies being handed out, a
mini-festival of live perfor-
mancesandenoughcelebri-
tiestofill L.A.sStaplesCen-
ter, the 53rd Annual
Grammy Awards bash has
somuchgoingon, itseasyto
miss something. To avoid
that, herearethereasons to
keep your eyes and ears
peeled:
1. Mick Jaggers
Lips
The Rolling
Stones front-
man is slated
to make his
long-overdue
G r a m m y
debut this
year, per-
forming during
atributetolatesoul
giantSolomonBurke.
Hell be backed by
RaphaelSaadiqand
his band. Sure, it
would probably
be better if
K e i t h
Richards
werethere,
too but
after that
tiny todger
crack in Keef s
memoirs last year, nobody
shouldbetoosurprisedif he
isnt at theparty.
2. Northern Lights
Oh, Canada! Our home and
nativelandhasmadeoneof
itsstrongestGrammyshow-
ings in years, with more
than a dozen artists taking
partin24nominationsin22
categories. Everyone from
Bieber, Buble and Drake to
ArcadeFire, Neil Youngand
Rush are in the running for
hardwarethis timearound.
3. Cee Los F---ing Hit
Soul man Cee Lo Greens
viral hit F-You as op-
posed to its declawed
cousin Forget You
snagged four
nominations in
the record,
s o n g ,
urban/al-
ternative
and short
video cate-
gories. And
justtomake
the night
even more sur-
real, hes slated to
perform it with
the help of
Gwyneth Pal-
trow(who sang
it on Glee)
and the
JimHen-
son Com-
p a n y
Puppe t s .
Nowaintthat
somes---?
4. Young Pups
Sure, JustinBieberisthebig
kid on the
block. But come on;
dudes pushing 17. How
much more can his aging
bones take? Thankfully, re-
lief is here 12-year-old
Jaden(sonof Will) Smithis
slatedtosharethestagedur-
ing the Biebs performance
this year. The good news:
Thiscouldbethebeginning
of the end of Bieber Fever.
The bad news: It could be
thestart of JadenJaundice.
5. Gaga-a-Go-Go
Madonna2.0isscheduledto
play the awards for the sec-
ondyearinarow. Andgiven
that the titular single to her
hotly anticipated new
album Born This Way
comes out the same day, it
seemslogical shell giveusa
taste. Butmoreimportantly,
what bizarre ensemble will
she wear? I amputting my
moneydownonadresscon-
sistingof swarmingbees.
6. Jackson
Honours
Although still
clinicallydead,
Michael Jack-
son is in the
running for
male pop
vocal perfor-
mance. His
single This
is It goes up
against Michael Bubles
Havent Met You Yet, Adam
Lamberts Whataya Want
FromMe, BrunoMars Just
the Way You Are and John
Mayers Half of My Heart.
Dont be surprised if the
Gloved One snatches this
one.
7. The Pre-Game Show
If the 10 Grammys
handed out dur-
ing the telecast
arent enough for
you, fire up the
computer at 4 p.m.
EST and go to
www.grammy.com.
The other 98
trophies will be
handed out over
threehours.

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QMI AGENCY Julia Roberts
has signed on to the $150-
million, 3-D live-action re-
make of Snow White that
will be shot on a sprawling
local soundstage this spring.
The as-yet-unnamed film
would be the most expen-
sive filmshoot in Canadian
history and would feature
Roberts as the evil queen, in
whats expected to be a
much darker version of the
fairytale classic.
The film, directed by
TarsemSingh, follows Snow
White as she looks for pay-
back along with her band of
seven dwarves after her
stepmother kills her father.
It is set for a June 29, 2012,
release in theatres.
The Relativity Media pro-
duction is the latest jewel in
the crown for Mels studios,
billed as Canadas largest
filmproduction facility.
The studio has previously
hosted such films as The
Aviator and The Mummy:
Tomb of the Dragon Em-
peror.
At least 400 people will be
hired for the production,
with set constructionslated
to begin next week.
Snow Whites village will
takeupnearly96,000square
feet of space, an area larger
than a CFLfootball field.
SnowWhite will definitely
put Montreal on the map in
Hollywood for 3-D film
shoots, Mels owner Michel
Trudel told QMI Agency.
Singhs filmis one of three
Snow White productions
scheduledtobeginfilmingin
the near future.
Disney is moving ahead on
a Snow White project set in
19th century China, while
Universal has beencourting
Kristen Stewart for the lead
role in its version.
WENN.COM
The filmwould
be the most
expensive film
shoot in Canadian
history and would
feature Roberts
as the evil queen,
in whats
expected to be
a much darker
version of the
fairytale classic.
Musics first superstar turns 200
REUTERS He was the
worlds first musical super-
star, a bigger-than-life per-
sonality with a wild mane of
hair who seated adoring
women around his piano on-
stage and had his own
mania cult long before the
Beatles.
This year marks the 200th
birthday of Franz Liszt, that
Hungariandemonof thekey-
board who made women
swoonand rivals jealous. But
his music is often deemed
second rate, and while his
piano works and concertos
are played, many casual lis-
teners may know him best
fromTom&Jerry television
cartoons (Cat Concerto).
Hes criticized too many
timesconsideringthathewas
one of the most influential
composers of the 19th cen-
tury, said Zoltan Kocsis, di-
rector of Hungarys National
PhilharmonicOrchestra.
CLASSIC FAIRYTALE MOVIE TO BE FILMED IN CANADA
Robertssignsfor
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QMI Agency
This man-versus-machine
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Martin, Chenowethlauded
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The award is given annu-
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transgender or bisexual pro-
fessional who is deemed to
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liketolive.
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persbutwhenitcomestoliv-
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ownviews.
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keep, I don't really have the
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comingup," Jonathansaid.
If an assessment ends up
costing$50,000that cancrip-
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Whether yourelookingtoset themoodor adda
moreromanticfeel toyour homefor onenight or
throughout theyear, makesuretoengagethe
senses. LauraSteinof LauraM. SteinInteriors says
ones definitionof romantic, likedecor will vary with
everyone. But thereareeasy ways toaddsomething
small, or makegrander renovations togiveyour
homeyour ownromanticfeel. Everyonehas a
different ideaof what is romantic, but I thinkpart of
romanceis breakingfromyour everyday routineand
doingsomethingalittledifferent andbeing
creative, Steinsays. Its really about cateringtothe
personanddoingwhat they love, anddoing
things that will makethemfeel special.
ROSALYN SOLOMON, 24 HOURS
Engaging
senses
FOLLOW
THE TRENDS
Luxury is a big trend in
decor for 2011, the grand
andexpensivelookcanbe
applied on wallpaper fur-
nishingsandfabrics.
Amovetoamorefeminine
aesthetic is also happening,
Steinsays, incorporatesoft el-
egance in your home and
dont forget colour. Soft pur-
ples with grey undertones
and then metallics which are
really big, gold and silver are
hot for this year and they just
add something special to
your home, shesays.
RENOVATE TO
ROMANTICIZE
If youre looking for big changes,
thinkaboutaddingafireplaceif you
dont haveone. Ajacuzzi or hot tub
is also a nice edition, if feasible or,
simplyaddasteamshoweroratub
fortwoinyourbathroomSteinsays.
Haveamusicloverinyourhome?
Thinkabout rewiringyour spaceto
playmusicthroughout thehouse.
TURNYOUR
LIGHTS
DOWNLOW
If you have a fire-
place, take advan-
tage of it. If not, lots
of candles is an
easy and inexpen-
sive way to add
some natural glow
to your home. Stein
alsosuggests
puttingyour lights
ondimmers.
Its aneasy switch
if youre a little bit
handy andsome of
the hardware stores
cantell youhowto
switchthem, or you
canget anelectri-
ciantodoit for you,
Steinsays. Or pur-
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iPhone confessionappaims todrawonfaith
Though the Vatican has said it is not cool as a replacement for confession, an
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Sure, you could spring for roses, a nice card and some
chocolates. Followit up with a romantic dinner some-
where and youve probably got yourself a satisfactory
Valentines Day. But is that enough, really? Arent
unique expressions of love, rather than traditional sta-
ples of courtship, sort of the point? And what about
those lovers who cant be together? Once again, the
world of technologys got you covered.
E-mail: jordan.heath-rawlings@sunmedia.ca
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walkeda block, no cabs to be
found, except where you
started.
Ona coldwinter night, no-
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but I digress.
Rather thanstanding out in
the cold, isnt there some way
to tackle this issue withtech-
nology?
Fortunately, inmy desperate
searchone night, I stumbled
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drivers withpassengers seam-
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the app, it finds my location
and locates available cabs
close to me. I let the app know
Imlooking for a taxi and
thats all there is to it.
While Imwaiting, I know
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5 5
on
Which NHL player
would you like to see
sing a duet with
Michael Bubl and
what would be a
fitting song choice?
What would be the
most unorthodox way
to celebrate the one-
year anniversary of the
Vancouver Olympics?
What Super Bowl
moment from this past
weekend would you
like to erase from your
memory?
If Sami Salo
were to write an
autobiography, what
would it be called?
Finish this sentence:
The REAL reason why
the Calgary Flames
recently turned their
season around is ...
Sean Avery and Dion
Phaneuf to sing the
song, Feelings.
James Wisniewski.
Put It In My Mouth
by Akinyele (Id
definitely PVR that).
Peter Forsberg marks
his NHL return by
singing Bubles classic
Home. Then proceeds
to break his own ankle
walking off stage.
Watching the fighter
jets circumnavigate the
earth desperately trying
to time the end of
Christina Aguileras
painfully long anthem.
I cant remember.
Shaquille ONeal in
the Terry Bradshaw
wig ... it made my
privates feel funny.
Fergies boobs.
I will never look at
disco balls the same
way again.
The leaping split
by Usher resulting
in unnecessary
nut-pancaking. Men
everywhere cringed.
Salo Be Thy Name
a.k.a. The Booboo
Bible.
Broken heart, legs,
feet, toes, ego ...
Hurt Me Baby One
More Time
Balls Deep Eat, Pray, Love, Rehab
... because their
goaltender threatened
to go back to Finland
and resume his career
as the male stripper
Miikkas Bitsaresoft.
... half price beer on
16th Avenue.
... that they suck at
golf too.
... because Kipper
thought he heard
Luuu during the Bronx
cheer and vowed to
never lose again.
the threat of being
sent to their farm team
in Abbotsford and
being paid in
blueberries and
Tapout T-shirts.
By issuing all single
women in the city an
anatomically correct
Quatchi body pillow.
Ask Hugh Hefner to
rent out the Playboy
Mansion.
Id like to drive around the
city with Wayne Gretzky
standing on the back
with an unlit wooohooo!
You can all take pics with
your cell phones!
Drink a pitcher of beer
on the way to Rogers
Arena and smoke a
cigar at centre ice.
By throwing those
balaclava-wearing
anarchists through the
front window of the
Bay. Make it an event.
Bring the family.
HOSEA
CHEUNG
24 hours
reporter
ALEX RUIZ
Calgary
Flames TV,
producer/
host
MICHAEL
BUBL
Singer
STEVE
KOULEAS
Thats Hockey
2Nite (TSN2),
host
GUTS
MCTAVISH
24 hours
columnist
Matt Cooke singing
AC/DCs Dirty Deeds
Done Dirt Cheap.
Near the end Bubl
slewfoots him with the
mic stand.
SURGERY SET
INJURY Pittsburgh Pen-
guins centre Evgeni Malkin is
scheduled to undergo surgery
Thursday to repair a torn ACL
and MCL in his right knee. Pitts-
burgh general manager Ray
Shero said Malkin will need six
months to recover, but will be
ready for training camp in
September. Malkin was hurt in a
second-period collision with
Buffalo defenceman Tyler
Myers last Friday while the two
were racing for a loose puck in
the corner.
CLIJSTERS TREK
TENNIS Australian Open
and U.S. Open champion Kim
Clijsters is now one match vic-
tory away from regaining the
world No. 1 ranking. The top-
seeded Clijsters came from be-
hind to beat German Kristina
Barrois 4-6, 6-2, 6-0 in a sec-
ond-round affair Wednesday at
the $618,000 Paris Indoors ten-
nis event. If the former No. 1 Cli-
jsters can reach the semifinals
this week she would supplant
Dane Caroline Wozniacki atop
the womens rankings. The
2004 Paris Indoors titlist
Clijsters is a four-time Grand
Slam champ, including wins at
the last two major events.
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The NHL player Id
choose is Ryan Kesler
and the song would be
The Best is Yet to Come!
Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke didnt wait
until the trade deadline to get busy. The team announced this
morning that defenceman Francois Beauchemin (left) has
been dealt to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for forward
Joffrey Lupul, defenceman Jake Gardiner and a conditional
Ducks fourth-round pick in 2012. QMI AGENCY
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Matt Cooke was suspended four games by the NHL
without pay Wednesday for an incident with Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman
Fedor Tyutin. Cooke checked Tyutin from behind in the early stages of Pittsburghs
4-1 loss Tuesday, earning him a major for charging. Since Cooke had been sus-
pended previously, he was also docked $87,804.88 in salary based on the number
of games in the season, rather than the number of days. SPORTS NETWORK
HOSEA CHEUNG
QMI Agency
The Anaheim Ducks joined an
exclusive club Wednesday, one
which only three other teams
havemanagedtocrackthissea-
son.
With a 4-3 win, the Ducks be-
come just the fourth team
joining Chicago, Phoenix, and
St. Louis to hand the West-
best Canucks a regulation loss
at Rogers Arena.
Bobby Ryan led the way for
Anaheim with two goals to
snap Vancouvers winning
streak at six games. Canucks
rookie goaltender Cory Schnei-
der, who stopped 20 of 24 shots,
has now lost three of his last
four games.
The Ducks jumped out to an
early lead when Jason Blake
scored just 56 seconds into the
game, finishing a Teemu Se-
lannefeedpastSchneider. Ana-
heim then got goals 46 seconds
apart in the second period from
Brandon McMillan, his sixth of
the season, and Ryan, his 24th
to go up 3-0. Ryan Getzlaf, who
returned after missing 14
games with multiple nasal
sinus fractures, set up Ryans
tally with a slick backhander.
Daniel Sedins power play
tally and Alex Burrows 15th of
the season cut the lead to one,
but Anaheim replied moments
later as Ryan scored his second
of the night. Ryan Kesler made
it interesting late, scoring his
32nd of the season with 21 sec-
onds remaining in regulation.
Natural killers
The Canucks special teams
continued to shine as Van-
couver has now killed off 33
straight penalties. They went
a perfect two-for-two
Wednesday against the third-
ranked power play in the
league.
Dman down, again
With an already depleted
blueline, the Canucks lost an-
other defenceman to injury
Wednesday.
About six and a half minutes
into the third period, Ducks
Getzlaf threw his shoulder
into the back of Dan Hamhuis,
driving the defenceman into
the boards. Hamhuis hit his
head on the glass and
sprawled onto the ice in a
heap. Despite eventually skat-
ing off with some assistance,
he looked disoriented and
headed straight to the dress-
ing room. He did not return.
Rare home loss for Canucks
Vancouver Canucks goalie Cory Schneider (R) stops Anaheim
Ducks Bobby Ryan during the first period of their NHL hockey
game.
PHOTO REUTERS

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3 4
CANUCKS DUCKS
1st Period
0:56 Ana - Blake (11)
(Selanne, Lydman)
2nd Period
3:26 Ana - McMillan (6)
(Sexton, Lija)
4:12 Ana - Ryan (24)
(Getzlaf, Perry)
7:22 Van - D. Sedin (29)
(PP) (Samuelsson, Kesler)
3rd Period
5:42 Van - Burrows (15)
(H. Sedin, D. Sedin)
6:10 Ana - Ryan (25)
(Selanne)
19:39 Van - Kesler (32)
(D. Sedin, Bieksa)
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SOCCER Argentinas Lionel Messi (right) fights for the ball with Portugals Cristiano
Ronaldo during their international friendly match in Geneva Wednesday. Messi converted
an 89th-minute penalty to give Argentina a 2-1 win. REUTERS
PHOTO DENIS BALIBOUSE
REUTERS Angry football fans
havesuedtheNFLandtheDal-
las Cowboys, saying they were
denied seats to Sundays Super
Bowl despite having paid thou-
sands of dollars for tickets.
The lawsuit was filed after the
league admitted to mistakes
that left about 400 paying fans
unable to watch Super Bowl
XLV in person or able to see
the field only on TV screens
and other Cowboys season
ticket-holders watching from
temporary metal chairs with
obstructed views.
Fans filed the lawsuit late
Tuesday in federal court in Dal-
las, accusing the league and
team with breach of contract,
fraud and deceptive trade prac-
tices.
They are seeking class-action
status, more than $5 million in
damages and unspecified puni-
tive damages.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones
is also a defendant in the case.
In Sundays Super Bowl
game, the Green Bay Packers
defeated the Pittsburgh Steel-
ers 31-25 before more than
103,000 people at Cowboys
Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The league Tuesday had in-
vited the 400 affected fans who
paid for tickets but did not get a
seat at the game to a future
Super Bowl of their choice. It
also offered the choice of a cash
payment of $2,400 three
times the face value of the
ticket or round-trip airfare
and a hotel. Many shut-out fans
paid above face value for the
tickets, according to the law-
suit.
The lawsuit contended that
the NFL knew of seating prob-
lems before the game, but failed
to tell fans in advance.
It also accused Jones of caus-
ing the problems with the hope
of setting a Super Bowl atten-
dance record. He fell short by
766, after some temporary
seats were deemed unusable.
Fans sue over seats snafu
MORE NERVOUS FOR WOODS
GOLF Lt. Colonel Michael Rowells, who
competed in Wednesdays Dubai Desert Classic
pre-tournament pro-am, said he was more nervous
about playing golf with Tiger Woods than about
doing military service in war-torn Afghanistan. The
U.S. Army officer was among 16,000 amateurs
around the world who registered for the Tiger Woods
pro-am competition. Rowells, on a 12-month deploy-
ment with the 401st Army Field Support Brigade at
Bagram Air Base, was granted special permission to
travel from Kabul to take play. REUTERS
DRURY OUT SIX WEEKS
NHL New York Rangers captain Chris
Drury is expected to be out up to six weeks
with a left knee injury that will require surgery.
The 34-year-old has been limited to 23 games
this season because of a finger he broke twice
but in different spots. Drury, who has not
played since Feb. 3, has just four assists. His
injury is the latest blow for the Rangers, who
have lost eight regulars to various ailments this
season, including forward Alex Frolov, who is
out for the year. QMI AGENCY

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ACROSS
1 Hooting bird
4Go by, as time
8Western U.S. lake
13Female horse
14Peruvian Indian
15Sports building
16Article
17 Male deer
18 Ode on a Grecian Urn
poet John __
19Revive
22Go bad
23Main course
24Move slightly
26Deadly snakes
29Provide with the means
32Fence entries
36Take it easy
38Birds bill
39Foreboding sign
40Bank safe
41 Pathway
42Be flexible
43Hotels
44Greek letters
45Have in mind
47 Featherbrain
49Bye, Pierre!
51 Very familiar due to
overuse
56Tenement bldg. unit
58Thoughtful
61 Felony
63Othello villain
64Abbr. following many
poems
65Competitor
66Spruce or fir
67 Pleat
68__ board; nail filing tool
69Takes a chair
70Up to the time of, for
short
DOWN
1 Made of a cereal grain
2Extract forcefully
3Tree-dwelling primate
4Zodiac sign
5One opposed
6Beat it!
7 Long stories
8Give shelter to
9You __ what you eat
10Stethoscope detection
11 Climb __; mount
12Wests opposite
13Deep mud
20Bodies of water
21 Robbery
25Fairy tale
27 Make preparations
28Noise
30Actress Turner
31 __ out a living; gets by
32Asian desert
33Prayer closing
34Subject to change
35Finished
37 Too
40VCR tape
44Tree trunk
46In a pleasant way
48Extinct birds
50Military divisions
52Current of air
53Capital of Vietnam
54Ring-shaped island
55Take care of
56Farmland unit
57 Straitlaced
59Indian garment
60By the Time __ to
Phoenix
62Spoil
crossword
Yesterdays
answers
sudoku
Todays birthday: The year ahead could benefit from
careful planning, listening to your intuition and allowing
family members to contribute. Plant the seeds; fertilize
your ground with natural compost and harvest delicious
rewards. Its a miraculous cycle.
ARIES
March 21 to April 19
All work andnoplay sounds
boring. Remember totake
time tofollowyour passions.
Better yet, play at work and
work at play, for some big
game.
Rating :
TAURUS
April 20 to May 20
Youre on topof the world,
andothers want what you
have. Stopandthink, when
necessary. Its a great time to
socialize andrediscover
yourself.
Rating :
GEMINI
May 21 to June 20
Dont take other peoples criti-
cismof your appearance per-
sonally. They may have a
point. Goaheadandlaugh at
yourself (or with yourself).
Rating :
CANCER
June 21 to July 22
If your ideas appear clear in
your head, but not neces-
sarily on paper, dont de-
spair. Take a deep breath
and try again. You can ex-
press them.
Rating :
LEO
July 23 to August 22
The day has ups anddowns.
It might even get emotional at
times. Dont lose your temper.
Focusingon work makes ev-
erythingeasier.
Rating :
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It may be difficult tofocus on
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tracting. Dosomethingrou-
tine, andindulge in some fan-
tasizing.
Rating :
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Its a very busy day. Youre
extremely sensitive to light
and sound (which could be
a good thing). Get grounded
before making a big deci-
sion.
Rating :
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October 23 to November 21
Youre having a difficult
time concentrating at work.
A great partnership may re-
sult if you dont over think it.
Be willing to laugh at your-
self.
Rating :
SAGITTARIUS
November 22 to December 21
Distractions get in the way of
productivity. You couldresist
themor let themtake you
away toa place youve never
been. Whats the deadline?
Rating :
CAPRICORN
December 22 to January 19
Dont worry about money out
loud. Focus your energy on
creative projects that provide
instant gratification. Youll
have somethingtoshowfor
it.
Rating :
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January 20 to February 18
Make improvements at home
or at your base of operations
earlier in the day. Later, things
couldget confusing. Think
twice before you act today.
Rating :
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February 19 to March 20
The day begins with many
possibilities for self-expres-
sion andcommunication. You
may hit some snags later in
the day. Its nothingyou cant
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Mertin Hyundai
45753 Yale Pd.
Chilliwack, 604-702-1000
D#30337
MapIe Ridge Hyundai
23213 Lougheed Highway
Maple Pidge, 604-467-3401
D#7356
LangIey Hyundai
19459 Lahgley Bypass
Surrey, 604-539-8549
D#30331
OpenRoad Hyundai
13171 Smallwood Place
Pichmohd, 604-606-9033
D#28516
JimPattison Hyundai Surrey
15365 GuildIord Drive
NorIh Surrey, 604-582-8118
D#10977
JimPattison Hyundai Port CoquitIam
UhiI B - 2385 OIIawa SI.
PorI CoquiIlam, 604-552-1700
D#30242
JimPattison Hyundai Northshore
855 AuIomall Dr.
NorIh Vahcouver, 604-985-0055
D#6700
White Rock Hyundai
3150 Kihg George Highway
Surrey, 604-538-7022
D#30780
Destination Hyundai
445 Kihgsway
Vahcouver, 604-292-8188
D#31042
Abbotsford Hyundai
30250 AuIomall Dr.
AbboIsIord, 604-857-2622
D#9390