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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 29, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba C M Y K PAGE B8 B 8 WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 2015 BUSINESS winnipegfreepress. com HARVEST HONDA ............ Hwy N, Steinbach .. ...... ...... ........ CROWN HONDA ........ McPhillips Street ...... ...... ........ WINNIPEG HONDA ................ Waverly Street ...... ...... ........ BIRCHWOOD HONDA WEST .............. Portage Avenue ...... ...... ........ BIRCHWOOD HONDA ........ Regent Avenue West ...... ...... ........ #/£ Limited time lease offers from Honda Canada Finance Inc. ( HCFI), On Approved Credit. The weekly lease offer applies to a new 2015 Civic DX 5MT only, model FB2E2FEX, for a 60- month period, for a total of 260 payments of $ 39 leased at 0.99%% APR. 120,000 kilometre allowance ( 12 cents/ km excess charge applies). Consumers may pre- purchase up to a maximum of 16,000 extra km/ year at $ 0.08/ km at the time of entering into the lease agreement. Total lease obligation is $ 10,140. Lease obligation includes freight and PDI of $ 1,495 and applicable fees except PPSA lien registration fee of $ 52.76 and lien registering agent’s fee of $ 5.25, which are both due at time of delivery. No down payment required. Taxes, license, insurance, environmental fees and registration are extra. Dealer may lease for less. .. $ 750 Civic Bonus available on new 2015 Civic DX 5MT only, model FB2E2FEX, leased through HCFI and delivered by June 30, 2015. Civic Bonus can be combined with lease rates advertised by HCFI and will be deducted from the negotiated vehicle price. ‡ MSRP is $ 20,045 for a new 2015 Civic LX 5MT model FB2E4FEX and includes $ 1,495 freight and PDI. Taxes, license, insurance, environmental fees and registration are extra. Retailer may sell for less. Retailer order/ trade may be necessary. * Cash purchase savings of up to $ 2,000 on select new and unregistered 2015 Civic LX and above models. #/£/ .. /‡/* Offers valid from June 2, 2015 through June 30, 2015 at participating Honda retailers. Offers valid only for Manitoba residents at Honda Dealers of Manitoba locations. Weekly leasing available on terms of 36 months or greater. Offer subject to change or cancellation without prior notice. Offer valid on new in- stock 2015 vehicles. While quantities last. Visit HondaManitoba. com or your Manitoba Honda dealer for details. IN THIS RACE, EVERYONE FINISHES FIRST. LEASE FROM .. .... # @ .. . .... % £ APR WEEKLY FOR .... MONTHS MSRP ...... , ...... .. INCLUDES FREIGHT & PDI .. DOWN PAYMENT .. .. MODEL SHOWN: CIVIC DX ........ C I V I C D X HondaManitoba. com .. .... , ...... = .. .... , ...... ‡ MSRP, INCLUDES FREIGHT & PDI CASH PURCHASE SAVINGS .. .. .. , ...... * MODEL SHOWN: CIVIC LX ........ CIVIC LX PLUS .. ...... GET A CIVIC BONUS UNTIL JUNE .... ‡ NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of PAUL KERELIUK, late of the City of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, Retired. Take notice that all claims against the above noted estate, duly verified by statutory declaration, must be sent to the undersigned at 792 Pritchard Farm Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2E 0B4, on or before the 4th day of August, 2015. Dated at the City of Winnipeg, in Manitoba this 23rd day of June, 2015. N. D. BODNARCHUK Solicitor for the Executrix NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CONSTANCE EUNICE HANCOX, late of the City of Winnipeg, in Manitoba. Deceased. All claims against the above Estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration, must be filed with the undersigned at their offices, 201 Portage Avenue, Suite 2200, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 3L3, on or before the 7th day of August, 2015. Dated at Winnipeg, Manitoba, this 24th day of June, 2015. THOMPSON DORFMAN SWEATMAN LLP Attention: Brandi R. Field Solicitors for the Executor Legals PEOPLE Ernesto Ferritto was appointed Area Sales Manager, Mortgage Advisors. In his new role he will be focused on attracting and retaining a mortgage- adviser team across Manitoba Frank Barbaro was appointed Mortgage Advisor, CIBC, Winnipeg, specializing in New Purchases and Builder/ Construction Mortgages. Aaron DeGroot, AACI, P. App has attained his professional designation as an accredited appraiser from the Appraisal Institute of Canada. The AIC is the granting body for professional real estate appraisal in Canada. Kathleen Henry formerly from California ( Ballet San Jose) will be moving Theatre Dance Centre to 603 Wall St. on July 1. An open house will be held July 7. Henry has been the recipient of awards and grants in California, having developed children’s arts programs. She recently received a small neighbourhood grant for children’s summer arts programming. Darrell Thorvaldson, AACI, P. App has been elected to the Appraisal Institute of Canada board of directors for 2015- 2017. The Institute if the granting body for professional designations in real estate appraisal. In addition Thorvaldson of Thorvaldson Appraisal Ltd., has been appointed as chair of the National Standards Committee overseeing the Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. Jaimi Yra Bendo has joined Republic Architecture’s office in Winnipeg as an Architectural Intern. Yra Bendo holds a Master’s degree in architecture from Carleton University and is a graduate of the University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture. During her term she will contribute to a variety of projects across Canada under the mentorship of experienced architectural professionals. AWARDS Peter J. Manastyrsky received the Dr. Fred Stambrook Award of Merit Outstanding Volunteer, Manitoba Soccer Association; presented to a volunteer with involvement of at least twenty- five years, who has contributed in an outstanding manner supporting local athletes of all ages, the growth and development of the sport of soccer in our community and throughout Manitoba. COMPANIES The Partners of Taylor McCaffrey are pleased to announce the appointment of Jim M. Stoffman Q. C. as Canadian Governor of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. The IAML is a worldwide association of practising lawyers who are recognized by their peers as the most experienced and expert family law specialists in their respective countries. The primary objective of the academy is to improve international family law practice throughout the world. There are currently 700 Fellows of the Academy representing 51 countries worldwide. Stoffman will continue his practice in family law with the firm while serving his term as Governor of the IAML. WINNIPEG CHEAP SKATE As Winnipeg’s self- proclaimed biggest cheapskate, Jeremy Bradley has been cutting costs and looking for creative ways to save money. Bradley, a syndicated radio host and entertainment reporter, is author of The Official Guide to Being a Winnipeg Cheapskate . He joins the Free Press Business section as an occasional video columnist. THIS WEEK’S TIP: I’m not much of a shopper but I do love hitting up the grocery store. I can spend hours going up and down the aisles ( even more time if I am being extra cheap). There are slight changes we can make to our shopping habits that can ultimately save hundreds of dollars throughout the year. In this week’s Winnipeg Cheapskate video at winnipegfreepress. com we talk about generic products, how to save in the produce aisle and how to give your arms a workout so that it lowers your bill. Exercise your arm right now by clicking over to the website and watching the vid! . Check out the rest of his tips and tricks. Have you ever wondered why “ cheap” isn’t on the Welcome to Winnipeg sign? It should be. IT’S WHAT WE’RE KNOWN FOR. ¥ See video at winnipegfreepress. com A THENS — Greece’s five- year financial crisis took its most dramatic turn to date Sunday, with the cabinet deciding, after an eight- hour session, that Greek banks would remain shut for six working days and restrictions would be imposed on cash withdrawals. The Athens Stock Exchange would also not open today, financial sector officials confirmed. A decree published in the official Government Gazette stipulates banks will not open this morning and will remain closed through Monday, July 6. The finance minister could decide to short or extend that period. Withdrawals from ATM with credit or cash cards will be capped at 60 euros ( US$ 66) daily. The decree said ATMs would be working at the latest 12 hours from its publication, meaning cash machines would open by early afternoon, at the latest. Web banking transactions will be mostly free, allowing people to pay their bills online. However, they cannot move money to accounts abroad. Credit and bank cards issued abroad can be used at the ATMs with no restrictions. This will benefit foreign visitors to Greece and the tourist industry. Many anxious tourists had joined locals at ATM lines on Sunday, thinking the restrictions would apply to them, as well. For emergency needs, such as importing medicines or sending remittances abroad, the Greek Treasury was creating a Banking Transactions Approval Committee to examine requests on a case- bycase basis. The decision to impose capital controls came on the recommendation of the Bank of Greece, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said during a televised address to the nation. Tsipras blamed the Eurogroup, the gathering of the eurozone’s finance ministers, and its decision to reject a request for the bailout program, which expires Tuesday, to be extended by a few days to allow for the referendum, for the imposition of controls. Tsipras said he had renewed the extension request. Tsipras also blamed the European Central Bank’s Sunday decision not to increase the amount of emergency liquidity the lenders can access from the central bank — meaning they have no way to replenish fast diminishing deposits. “ It is now more than clear that this decision has no other aim than to blackmail the will of the Greek people and prevent the smooth democratic process of the referendum,” Tsipras said. “ They will not succeed. These moves will have the exact opposite effect. They will make the Greek people more determined in their choice to reject the unacceptable... proposals and ultimatums of the creditors,” he said. The developments have thrown into question Greece’s financial future and continued membership in the 19- nation shared euro currency — and even the European Union. — The Associated Press Got a promotion or new contract? Contact Linda Mertin at 1355 Mountain Ave., Winnipeg, MB, R2X 3B6; email: linda. mertin@ freepress. mb. ca DANIEL OCHOA DE OLZA / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS People line up at an ATM in Athens Sunday as worries grow about limits to cash withdrawals. Crisis shuts Greek banks Financially stricken country imposes capital controls By Elena Becatoros and Demetris Nellas MATHESON INDUSTRIAL PARK Edward Yuzak Sutton Group Real Estate 204- 475- 9130 New construction and available for move- in. Don Valley Parkway corner of Gunn Rd & Redonda St. less than 1 Km from the Perimeter. • 3,456 sq. ft incudes 2,160 sq. ft. of shop space, a fully developed main floor office Plus a mezzanine. • Separate office and shop entrances. • 18’ ceiling and electric O. H. door. • Quality construction with numerous features. • Suitable for many uses • Excellent parking available FOR LEASE RM OF SPRINGFIELD MATHESON INDUSTRIAL PARK Edward Yuzak Sutton Group Real Estate 204- 475- 9130 4,250 sq. ft includes fully developed office plus mezzanine. Shop space 2,825 sq. ft, ceiling height 18’, 3 phase 600 volt, 400 amp power, two 12x14 overhead doors. 6,440 sq. ft - shop space 3,990 sq. ft plus office and mezzanine. Three 12x14 overhead doors, 3 phase power, ceiling height 18’, separate shop and office entrances. Both units of quality construction and suitable for many uses. FOR LEASE RM OF SPRINGFIELD New construction available for fall 2015 move in. Corner of Gunn Rd and Redonda St. Commercial Properties & Investments MANITOBA Movers B_ 08_ Jun- 29- 15_ FP_ 01. indd B8 6/ 28/ 15 9: 33: 11 PM

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