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EMC News – Kingston homeowners will be eligible for cash incentives to convert part of their houses into ‘affordable’ secondary suites, according to a new plan to boost affordable housing and combat homelessness. The 10-year strategy, unveiled last week, contains more than 40 recommendations designed to increase the supply and affordability of housing in Kingston and Frontenac County based on well-documented challenges such as an aging population, overall decline in the number of rental housing units, long waiting list for subsidized housing, and the added demand placed on the city’s existing affordable housing market by college and university students. One highlight of the strategy would provide a grant of up to $15,000 to qualified homeowners to renovate and rent out part of their house, such as the basement, for at least five years. Council adopted a policy earlier this year to permit second residential units in certain parts of the city without the need for a costly and timeconsuming zoning bylaw change. The rezoning and application process had been a major drawback to create and legalize basement apartments. But times are changing. Secondary suites are now treated ‘as a right’ in many neighbourhoods of Kingston. It means homeowners won’t need to go through the application process, but they’d still need a building permit. Provincial and city housing offi-

cials now recognize that many singlefamily homes can be divided to create additional rental units to meet the demand for lower-cost housing. Among the benefits: -provide more options for seniors who are looking for other sources of income to stay in their homes, -lower financial barriers to firsttime homebuyers who can now rely on tenants to help pay their mortgage, -make the most of water and sewer infrastructure on existing streets, -create income-mixed neighbourhoods. It costs an estimated $50,000 to $70,000 to build a rental unit in an existing house. The recommended $15,000 forgivable loan would assist a homeowner to rent living space that meets the health and safety requirements of the Ontario Building Code. Owners would also have to sign an agreement with the city to guarantee that a new one or two-bedroom apartment will have affordable rent for at least five years. Affordable rents are typically no higher than 80 percent of the average monthly rental market rates as determined by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. An additional $7,000 forgivable loan will be offered to help offset any planning application fees related to the creation of a secondary suite in a house. “The proposed program funding amendments are consistent with other municipal jurisdictions which have implemented similar funding programs,� according to a housing report from Lanie Hurdle, commissioner of community services.

Owners must also live in the converted homes to be eligible for the grants. Money for the program will come from an existing $5 million, five year municipal capital funding pool. Experts believe the strategy to create affordable housing within existing homes will help tackle another problem: homelessness. The city currently funds six emergency shelters to help people, including women, families and youth, who have no place to stay in both the urban and rural areas. In 2012, 57 of Kingston’s 78 municipally-funded shelter beds were full every night. Experts say emergency shelters are designed for short-term stays, but it appears the opposite is happening. The average length of stay in a shelter last year was 28 nights, compared with 22 nights in 2010, suggesting the community lacks adequate affordable housing to move people into more permanent housing. “In total, 818 unique clients stayed in Kingston’s six shelters in 2012. This is an increase of 25 percent over 2011,� according to a housing analysis. The city has set an ambitious goal to eradicate homelessness by 2023 through a variety of measures such as greater coordination of community support systems, introduction of specialized shelters that target specific needs (infirmary beds, one night crash beds, palliative care beds), offering housing support staff in shelters, streamline housing diversion assistance and additional funding to create sustainable affordable housing.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear Editor, A couple of weeks ago on a blazing hot summer day, I was wandering around downtown Kingston with my son, enjoying all the great shops and cafes. Until we came to the “block of shame,” Princess Street between Montreal and Sydenham. Have you ever noticed how many businesses on that block leave their doors open on unseasonably hot or cold days? Urban Outfitters and Northern Reflections routinely leave their doors open, while other retailers are more sporadic about it. Are they not confident that the quality of their products and customer service alone will entice people in? Surely they don’t think people are so foolish that they need to see the door open on a hot day before they’ll go in? One would think that this archaic practice, straight out of Marketing 101, would be outweighed by the recognition that today’s consumers want to shop in environmentally conscious stores whenever possible. As I do a couple of times a year, I sauntered into Urban Outfitters, the most flagrant of these environmental transgressors, and asked the cashier why they had their door open on such a hot day. “To let people know that we’re open,” was her response, looking at me as if I was a bit slow-witted. I asked if she thought that was very good for the environment, and she kind of shuffled her feet. I asked if I could speak to the manager, and she quickly skittered away. The manager returned, looking resigned before I even opened my mouth. When I asked why their door was open on such a hot day, she said it was company policy. From head office. I asked if she thought it was an environmentally responsible thing to do. She squirmed a bit and again reiterated that it was a “head office issue.” And for the record, yes, I have written to head office about it before, but have never heard anything back. It’s interesting to note that another Downtown Kingston retailer, Tara Natural Foods, provides a more sustainable and effective method of showing passersby that they are open in the summer. They have a rack of fruit for sale outside, often along with a friendly salesperson, greeting passersby. The amount of money they pay the outdoor staffer would likely be equivalent to how much UrDear Editor, Thank you for your excellent coverage of local news. I was amused by the use of official language in the Aug. 1 issue, in which city officials plan to “relax” the height limitations for a possible conference centre on Block 4. “Relax?” How about “dump” or “ignore” the current building height restrictions? And then we are told that the new building is likely to make “a dramatic statement.” Presumably, this is the 18-storey building that is a possibility. Kingstonians have already seen what “dramatic statements” do to our downtown waterfront, much of which is now blocked from view by tall condos where height restricDear Editor, Referring to Bill Hutchins’ article on the front page of the Aug. 1 edition of The Heritage, admittedly I am not one of the experts that Mayor Gerretsen might heed on traffic safety, but here is a suggestion. The purpose of the speed humps is to slow down the motorized traffic travelling between the Chown parking garage and Hotel Dieu Hospital. Surely this would encourage more pedestrians to jay-walk? The traffic lights at Montreal and Brock will be considered a long route to the Hospital door. People will

ban Outfitters is paying in additional electricity bills by leaving their doors open. Plus, Tara is providing someone with employment. Many other downtown businesses wrestle with the problem of letting passersby know that they are open by displaying a sign that says “Open,” or having an A-frame sign on the sidewalk, or placing a rack of low-priced articles in front of the store. It’s not difficult to come up with sustainable and sensible ideas, if the will is there. I’m sure there are those of you out there thinking, “It’s none of her business what merchants do with their doors.”  But whose business is it to take care of the environment? Isn’t it all of ours? At what point does Urban Outfitters’ right to keep their door open on unseasonably hot or cold days override everyone’s right to a healthy environment? The same issue applies to the Poker Run, once again polluting the air we breathe, using up excessive amounts of fuel and providing a classic example of money trumping the environment, all right in front of City Hall Aug. 10-11. Does Downtown Kingston’s right to host an event that promotes such wasteful and environmentally abhorrent practices supersede our city’s responsibility to the environment? All too often, businesses, bureaucrats and politicians consider only the immediate economic payback of their actions, instead of looking at the more long-term effects, whether good or bad. In the weeks to come, City staff will be presenting a new Special Events Policy to members of the Arts, Recreation and Community Policies Committee. Hopefully, this document will help groups wanting to use City resources to understand the responsibilities of holding events in “Canada’s Most Sustainable City. “ One can only hope that Downtown Kingston will be expected to adhere to these guidelines whenever they are using City resources or property, just like any other organization. That would really give people interested in a more sustainable city something to celebrate.

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take their chances and cross mid block. The vehicular traffic up Brock Street is practically continuous. Streams from Montreal Street take over when Brock Street has a red light. Why not consider making Montreal Street one-way from Brock to Princess. Maintain the present lights for hospital exits to Montreal St. but no left turn up Brock. This should give sufficient time for pedestrian crossings.  Cheaper for us tax-payers and fewer speed humps to harass Kingston drivers…….

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EMC Editorial - When I went for my first ever job interview, my dad gave me some sage advice: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re probably going to ask you what you see as your biggest strength, then what you see as your biggest weakness,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;For your biggest weakness, try to say something that is actually a strength. For instance, you can tell them you tend to be too much of a perfectionist.â&#x20AC;? Truth be told, I really am a bit of a perfectionist, and while it probably does help me more than it hinders me on the job, my perfectionism can turn my personal life into a bit of a nightmare when things donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t turn out the way I envisioned. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve written about this concept before in relation to having a baby, and how hard it was for me to deal with the fact that motherhood is not as beautiful and perfect as so many make it out to be. The same can be said for many of the date nights Steve and I have been on since Summer was born. Having time to ourselves seems so rare and wonderful, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s easy for me to get worked up about trying to make sure theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re as fun and memorable as they can possibly be.

Take the August long weekend. Steve and I have a tradition of going to Montreal every August long weekend to celebrate our wedding anniversary. This year, we waited too long to book our favourite hotel, and had to postpone our trip. Already, I was hugely disappointed. Still, we were determined to make the most of things, and asked my parents to watch Summer on the Friday night while we went out for dinner and to the 75 Years of Modern Music concert at Fort Henry. I made our reservations (at a restaurant that shall go unnamed) super early to ensure there was absolutely no way we couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t enjoy a relaxed dinner without having to worry about getting to the show on time. The service was, in a word, horrible. We sat there for 20 minutes without being acknowledged by wait staff, and I literally had to wave my hands in the air like a mad person to get someone to take our order. About 15 minutes after the waiter finally did show up, he returned to tell us the restaurant was no longer serving either the appetizer we wanted or the entrĂŠe I ordered. By then I knew my plans for a stressfree night were out the window, and I began frantically checking my watch, concerned that we were going to be late for the concert. As it turned out, we did make it on time, though barely. Mother Nature, however, was not cooperative. The calendar read Aug. 2, but the temperature made it feel more like Oct. 2, and

I cursed myself for wearing a skirt as I huddled next to Steve for warmth. The wind was also very strong, and though the music itself was excellent (you really canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go wrong with the Kingston Symphony, Emily Fennell, and the many other talented musicians who performed that night), the microphones kept picking up the wind, taking away from what I had imagined would be a perfect summerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evening of music outdoors. Halfway through John Harveyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rendition of Kashmir, the show was rained out. It was the second last song of the evening, but I was still crushed. Despite the lessthan-great weather, I had been enjoying the concert. It was nice to just sit back, relax and take something in for a couple hours. Frustrated, I stood up and moved with the sea of people toward the exit. All of a sudden, some loud bangs caused us to look to the sky. Despite the light drizzle, we were being treated to a magnificent display of fireworks â&#x20AC;&#x201C; presumably the showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s intended finale. They were so high-quality and so near to the audience it was hard not to be moved to a state of awe. As I watched the fireworks, I did my best to put the negative aspects evening out of my mind and savour the magic of the moment. Finding beauty and enjoyment in our perfectly imperfect night out wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t easy for someone like me to do, but who knows â&#x20AC;&#x201C; maybe nights like those will help me mend my perfectionist ways. And the fireworks certainly helped, too.

Exotic pets are for the zoo EMC Editorial - Canada, and indeed the world, was shocked two weeks ago when news broke that a pet snake had taken the lives of two young boys from Campbellton, New Brunswick. Contrary to initial reports, The four metre-long African rock python was being kept on the top floor, and not within the pet store itself. It is thought that the snake slipped out of its enclosure, made its way through the ventilation shaft and dropped down to the living room where the boys were sleeping. We believe that this tragedy should serve as a prime example of why exotic pets should not be kept in residential homes. It should not matter if the owner feels they have a special bond with the animal, has significant experience handling the animals, or that they are being cared for as well as possible in captivity. All that it takes is one misstep such as a forgetting to double-latch the enclosure, and peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lives are put at risk. African

rock pythons are not legally allowed to be kept as pets in New Brunswick. They are wily creatures; zoo keepers always keep them in double locked enclosures, and any soft spots such as vents are double-barricaded Obviously, not all exotic pets carry with them the same risks. Monkeys, birds and lizards do not have the ability to crush a person the way a python does. Ultimately, however, we must remember that the issue is as much about the animalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s safety and wellbeing as it is our own. It cannot be doubted that they feel much more at ease in their natural habitat than swinging from our light fixtures. These are not domesticated animals such as dogs and cats that have evolved beside us for millennia. They are as close to the wild as a crocodile in the Australian Outback, a polar bear in the Arctic Circle, or a hippopotamus in the African Savannah. They owe us nothing, and oftentimes, it shows.

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39 Club of Kingston Dance Friday, Aug. 16. Music by Heartland Country. 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Collins Bay Royal Canadian Legion 631, 4034 Bath Rd. Singles and couples welcome. Dress code in effect.

one. The group meets on Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. at Westside Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, and Thursday afternoons from 1-2:30 p.m. at Bayridge Alliance Church in the Fireside Room. For more information or to register call 613-3847306 or email the jmkooy@gmail.com.

Canadian Blood Services blood donor clinic every Tuesday and Wednesday, 3-7 p.m. Thursday clinics, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Where: 850 Gardiners Rd., Unit B. Mobile Clinic Wednesday, Aug. 7 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Queens Biosciences Atrium on Arch Street. Boomers Fitness Walk for 50+yrs. Walk to the Beat Plus Stretch and Strength group is inviting people to join a free ‘walk’ program at the Holy Cross High School track on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 9:30 a.m. in Kingston’s west end. Physical Limitations? “Gentle Movements to Music” classes are especially tailored to improve joint mobility, increase energy and ease joint discomfort through Progressive Muscle Relaxation. Join us, Wednesday mornings with those who share your daily challenges of living with Fibromyalgia/Arthritis and other physical limitations at 50+ Fitness in Kingston’s west end. Women’s Shelter’s Fundraising offering: Boomers Golf clinics based upon Desk-Fit for Golfers book. Held rainy day Wednesdays and Saturday mornings, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. for golfers for 50+ yrs. who would like to improve distance/accuracy of the ball, as well as addressing injuries specific to golf. For info on all programs, call Dee at 613-389-6540. The Old Hay Bay Church, built in 1792 is open 7 days a week from now until Sept. 16. There is a custodian to interpret the history and heritage. Displays, artifacts and literature help make the story of this building come alive. Come and bring family, relatives or friends to have a picnic, plan a wedding, connect with the faith or our forbears, or trace genealogical links with Loyalists and other pioneers. The Church is 30 km south and west of Napanee on the South Shore Road – civic #2365 or 9.5 km from the Glenora Ferry. Turn left at County Rd 8, just east of the Village of Adolphustown. From Kingston, you can drive west on The Loyalist Parkway (Hwy 33) and turn right at Adolphustown (County Rd. 8). Go straight through Dorland to Hay Bay where the road curves to the right. The Church is on your left, by the water. The cottage (custodian’s) phone # is 613-373-2261. GriefShare. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is a support group for anyone who has lost a loved

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Worship Centre. We believe in miracles. Rideau Trail Kingston Club: Join us on a bushwhacking adventure Saturday, Aug. 17 over rugged terrain with scenic views, The Kingston Unit 12 of The Korea Veterans for approximately 18 km. Enjoy a refreshAssociation of Canada meets every second ing swim and lunch at Long Lake. RefreshMonday of each month September to May ment stop on the return trip. Bring lunch, at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 560 at water and bug repellent. Great summer 734 Monreal St. All Korea Veterans and their workout! Departure time is 9:00 a.m. from wives are welcome. For more info. please Canadian Tire Parking Lot at the Kingston Call for 6Squared Artwork. Submissions for contact Sandra or Tony at 613-546-1970 or Centre along Bath Rd. Carpooling available. Details: (613)548-3003 Kingston’s new non-juried Art Exhibition e-mail sandradee558 @sympatico.ca. and Sale - 6Squared - accepted until Oct. 25. Open to everyone – artists, celebrities, designers, and you. Works in all media mea- Retired from Bell? We’re the Bell Pension- Kingston Area Antique Association suring precisely 6” x 6” are welcome (must ers’ Group (BPG), representing retirees from presents Homesteader Days vintage gas, be unsigned). Information & guidelines: Bell and its affiliate companies. Our mandate steam and auto show. Large flea market, is to protect your defined benefit pension and live entertainment, various trade displays www.6squared.ca or 613-532-6222. benefits. BPG will inform, advise, represent and demonstrations and much more. Satand support you. Visit www.bellpensioners- urday, Aug. 17 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sun10th Annual Fogies & Friends Golf group.ca and if you’re not already a member, day, Aug. 18 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Please note Tournament to be held Sept. 13 in sup- click on the Membership tab or contact us at new location at the Odessa Fair Grounds. port of the Seniors Association. Best ball, ottawa@bellpensionersgroup.ca. scramble, pig roast, and prizes including Autism Ontario Kingston events: Adults Hole in-one Prize: Expedia CruiseShipCentres Hawaiian Cruise. Registration Beginner Yoga Classes at 5 Beaver with AS: Frontenac Community Band Muforms available at The Seniors Centre Cres. off of Collins Bay Road. Thursday sic Concert at Kingston City Hall Amphithe(613-548-7810) or seniorskingston.ca. classes: 6:45 - 8 p.m. - 9 classes. Friday atre. Aug. 16 (Raindate: Aug. 28.) Play in the Sponsored by Bank of Montreal, BMO classes: 9:15 - 10:30 a.m. - 10 classes. Park: Grass Creek Park Aug. 18 from 11 a.m. Nesbitt Burns and The Whig Standard. For more info: Sharon at 613-384-1547 – 2 p.m. Bring toys & a picnic. Family Support Meeting: Aug. 20 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. or sharonruthprice@gmail.com. Location: At our office at the back of 361 Montreal Street. We will be discussing preCommunity Harvest Market held every Wednesday from 2– 5p.m. in the parking Simply Paradise Dance every Sunday, paring for meetings and “The KIT” Parents, lot of the Wally Elmer Centre, located at 50 6-10 p.m. at the 560 Legion, 734 Mon- extended family and professionals welcome. MacCauley Rd., off Weller Ave. (Located treal St., Kingston. Admission includes For all events, please contact Patti at 613between Montreal and Division). Offers lo- munchies, prizes and a delicious meal. 507-7896 or kingston@autismontario.com cal, organic produce at great prices, baked Dance the night away to a magnificent to confirm the meeting time and place. selection of music by Superior Sound. goods and crafts. Open rain or shine. Singles or couples ages 40-90 all welcome. The dance celebrated its 25th an- Seeley’s Bay Legion: Aug. 18 Sunday Drum Circle. Hosted by Julian Gregory. niversary in April 2010. Contact: Shir- brunch 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Euchre every Thursday at 7 p.m. Prizes, light lunch. MaDrop into the drum circle at City Park (at ley Skinner, 613-634-1607. ture teens welcome. Open to the public. the south end of the park, near King & Seeley’s Bay Seniors: Seniors meet 2nd and Maitland) on Sundays, 2-4 p.m. No experience necessary. Free. This circle is open to On Wednesdays until Aug. 21, you can 4th Wednesdays of every month at 12 noon. all. Bring hand drums (African, Irish, etc.), bring your book donations to the Kings- Contact Edith Kennedy at 613-387-3949. shakers, flutes, and other instruments. If ton Symphony Warehouse from 10 a.m. you don’t have any, we have extra. Come - 1 p.m. Fiction & non-fiction; hardcovers, to play, or sit back and watch. Free park- complete with their signatures, bookplates, Paint Out Locations 2013. Changes are ing on the dirt road in the park. We meet at and dust jackets (no matter the jacket’s happening this summer! We are trying Ben’s Pub (105 Clergy St.) if it rains, 8-10 condition); pocketbooks and paperbacks; mostly new locations this year which are in p.m. Wheelchair accessible. Go to www. books on tape/CD; sheet music & song the surrounding countryside. As usual you books. Please check the website for details have to be self sufficient, with everything juliangregory.ca for more information. on what to donate, (what not to donate) you need for the day, including a brown and how to pack those precious items to bag lunch. At each location, we will meet Shout Sister Choir welcomes new members. keep them in good condition. Kingston at 9 a.m. to acquaint everyone with the Practices are Tuesday evenings from 7:00 Symphony Warehouse, 785 Sir John A nearest washroom, facilities, picnic lunch p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Kingston Seniors Centre, Macdonald Blvd., Kingston. Turnoff is just spot and good spots to paint. Aug. 21: north of Princess Street - follow the green Mike Normile’s house. Go west on High 56 Francis St. www.shoutsisterchoir.ca 2 to Morven then turn left on Little Creek signs. Book Fair to follow Sept 17-21. Rd., just after Morven. His house number is 1244 and we will meet in his driveway. Are you sick? Depressed? You are welcome to Kingston Healing Clinic where Seniors Community Club #523 Centre 70, trained personnel will pray for you. corner of Days and Front Road. Shuffleboard Every Monday between 6-9 p.m., 999 and Bridge Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, Standeasy at the RCHA Club: TGIF FriSydenham Rd., Kingston. Third Day 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. New members welcome. days, no cover 5:30 - 8 p.m. Aug. 16 Dan

Charbonneau, great guitar and vocals, lots of favourite hits. The ‘Silver Wings’ welcomes ex-service members from all branches. For a fun social evening please join us at 416 Wing, Kingston, on the third Friday of every month at 6:00pm. For more details and info please contact Molly at 613-389-6120 Kingston Shrine Club Pig Roast Aug. 16 5 - 7 p.m. Held at the Kingston Shrine Club 3260 Princess St. at Collins Bay Rd Everyone Welcome For More Information Call 613.384.9554. Come sing with us! The Adult Choir of St. George’s Cathedral begins a new season on Friday. Sept. 6 from 5:30 - 7:30p.m. A number of short-term seasonal choirs are also offered for occasional singers, as well as Choral Scholarships for students. The Children’s Choir of St. George’s Cathedral begins a new term on Friday September 13 from 4:15pm to 5:15pm. The choir provides a fun, friendly, safe environment for boys and girls aged 7 to 13 to sing together. They rehearse on Fridays after school, and sing monthly on Sunday morning, as well as other special services. Located in the heart of downtown Kingston (270 King St. E. at Johnson), the Cathedral’s beautiful architecture and superb acoustics make it an ideal environment for singing. Contact the Director of Music, Michael Capon, at 613-548-4617x23 or organist@stgeorgescathedral.ca, or visit stgeorgescathedral.ca. Fish Fry at the Lions Club of Kingston 824 John Counter Blvd. Sunday Aug. 25 Prepared by “Lloyd’s Blue Bus”. Info: 613-544-1413 The Singles Only Club of Kingston invites you to join us for the following events: Meet us on Saturday, Aug. 17 at 8 pm at the Portsmouth Tavern for a little Rock ‘n Roll with GROWING PAINS. Meet us on Monday, Aug. 19 at 11:30 a.m. for lunch at Dianne’s Fish Bar, 195 Ontario Street. Then join us at 1 p.m. for a free tour of City Hall, 216 Ontario St. Choose one or both activities. If you like Par 3 golf, meet Leo and clwwub members at the Westbrook Golf Club, 3651 Genge Rd. Westbrook on Wednesday, Aug. 21 at 10 a.m. Non golfers may meet us for lunch around noon. Come to our monthly meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 21 at Smitty’s Restaurant. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the meeting starts at 7 p.m. The meeting room is in the room at the back. This is a good way to meet us and to find out about the club. Smitty’s is located at 2376 Princess next to Chapters.

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El Salvador summer party hopes to raise cultural and political awareness By: Mandy Marciniak Reporter

EMC Events - The Salvadoran Canadian Association of Kingston is hosting an exciting cultural event on Saturday, Aug. 17 at the Ongwanda Resource Centre. Organizers of the event are hoping to raise awareness about El Salvador both culturally and politically. “The idea is to have the event so people can find out a little more about El Salvadoran culture, and it is also a fundraiser to raise money to send to the El Salvadoran government for their election campaign next spring,” explained Terry Bridges, a member of the association since 2009. Bridges and his group are working to make the event as authentic as possible with entertainment and food that reflect the culture. The guest performers are El Pulgarcito de America. These colourful, Ottawabased dancers perform traditional Salvadorean dances accompanied by the music of El Salvador.” El Pulgarcito” is the humorous title of Salvadoran folklore. It means Tom Thumb and reflects El Salvador being the smallest of the Central American nations. Traditional food of El Salvador will also be served at this event. While the event will light-hearted and fun, Bridges notes that the more serious reasons for holding it should not be overlooked. “At the event we will talk a little bit about the government, what they are doing and why we want to support them and why we want them reelected,” said Bridges. “The current

government is doing a lot of good things like putting money into health care and agriculture. This year was their best year ever agriculturally and they actually didn’t need to import corn for the first time so that is a huge accomplishment.” Bridges goes on to explain that the current government has made many positive developments considering they don’t have much money and received a lot of support from Venezuela. “We really like that they are doing things for the people and we hope that they get re-elected,” he said. “It will be tough, but we are raising money to help them out.” Many fear that with the upcoming election, El Salvador could face a return to the previous elitist government that once ruled. “The problem is that the mass media are dominated by private owners committed to the privileged society of the elite dominated parties,” said Bridges. “Small donations from supporters around the world can help to level the playing field.” This is the first time that Bridges and his association have planned an event like this. Previous events held by the association have included a film festival featuring El Salvadoran filmmakers and a number of fundraisers to provide buses and medical supplies for children. Bridges hopes this event will be just as successful as past events. “I think if people come out, they will have a good time,” he said. “The dancing group is great and they are happy to teach people and get them involved. There will be food and

Ignacio Melgar (left) visiting a high school class in Suchitoto, El Salvador. The school benefitted from money that was raised by the El Salvadoran Association for school busing. Contributed by Ignacio Melgar drinks. They will also get a chance to learn about El Salvadorian culture and what is going on over there politically. They will be supporting what

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Edible Gardens Workshop Saturday, Clergy St. East). Oct. 5, 2013 at Christ Chruch Parish Hall, 990 Sydenham Rd, Kingston, 9 a.m - 3 p.m. Presented by Rideau 1000 Islands Master Gardeners. Guest presenters Allison Shannon of Sun Harvest Greenhouses, Kemp Stewart of Hillier Creeks Estates Winery. Keynote Speaker :Sean James of Fern Ridge Landscaping & Eco-Consulting plus presentations on Herbs, Garlic, Garden Pests, and Preserving & Canning. Free parking and lunch included. Pre-registration required. Early Bird drawn for registrations received by Aug. 15. Registration form and full details on website rideau1000islands.mgoi.ca

Fairfield House 220th Anniversary Celebration Amherstview, Fairfield Park. Sat. Aug 17 1 - 4 p.m. Fairfield House, built in 1793, is the best preserved 18th Century farmhouse in Ontario. Enjoy the site and the activities. 1 - 2p.m.: Family games. 2 - 4p.m.: Recognition of 220 years of history, birthday cake, tours. Fundraiser sale of hot dogs and cold drinks. For more information, contact: 613-384-2813 or 613-389-1907. Bereaved Families Kingston: Family Night: A support and sharing evening for any adult who has lost a loved one to death. For more information, please phone 613-634-1230. Tuesday, Aug. 20 from 6:30-8:00pm, upstairs in the Trillium Room at Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Home – Township Chapel. Baby Loss Night: A support evening for mothers who have suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth or death of a baby up to age one. For more information, please phone 613-634-1230. Wednesday, Aug. 21 from 6:30-8:00p.m., downstairs in the lounge at Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Home – Township Chapel, 435 Davis Drive. Please park in the left- side lot and use the right-side Main Entrance.

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church opens its doors for free tours of the sanctuary for the summer. Tours run until Saturday, Aug. 24. The church is open for tours from Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come and see the beautiful stained glass windows and learn about St. Andrew’s connections to Sir John A. Macdonald and Queen’s University. Tours can be guided or self-guided and include a scavenger hunt with prizes for kids. There will also be events throughout the summer including a music series. More information about these events will be available soon. For more information about the tours, please visit St. Andrew’s website: www.standrewskingston.org and click on the church tours link. St. Andrew’s is located on the corner The Seniors Centre: Taste of Proof Princess St. and Clergy St. (130 grams Thursday, Aug. 22. Taste

Kingston appetizer-size servings of the many programs The Seniors Centre has to offer – all in one day. Order the full course starting August 27 (Registration Day)..For times & more details, visit seniorskingston.ca or call 613548-7810. Foot Care Wednesday through Friday. On-site assessment, treatment, advice, and education services provided by experienced and qualified foot care nurses. The Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. 613548-37810 Bath Legion at Millhaven Steak BBQ Aug. 17 5 - 7 p.m. then dance and listen to Jeff Code & Silver Wings. Everyone welcome.

Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 92 invites you to a stuffed pork chop dinner with apple sauce and upsidedown peach cake for dessert Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. Entertainment to follow with the ever-popular Kevin Davidson and David White. Get your tickets by calling 613-3823023 or at the Legion, 55 King St. E. Gananoque.

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the Storrington Centre Fire Hall in Sunbury, 7-10 p.m. Old and Frontenac Farmer’s Market, Lion’s new country, gospel, bluegrass and Centre, Verona, Saturdays, 9 a.m. more. No cover charge. to 1 p.m. until Oct. 26. Come shop for local products from local farm- Local Food Workshop Tuesday, ers and vendors. Enjoy breakfast or Sept. 24 7 - 9 p.m. 1107 Garrett St. a coffee at the Lions canteen. www. OSO Township Hall, Sharbot Lake Ontario. We will discover the best frontenacfarmersmarket.ca. that the September harvest has to Southern Frontenac Community offer and explore how the local Services Corporation offers a available ingredients can dictate Caregiver Support Drop-in the sec- your late summer menu. Official ond Tuesday of every month from menu to be released later in the 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Grace Cen- summer. There are so many fantre in Sydenham. This is Southern tastic recipes to choose from, it’s Frontenac Community Services guaranteed to be great. Of course, Corporation offers a Caregiver cooking the bounty on the BBQ Support Drop-in the second Tues- will be showcased. See you then! PRE-REGISTER by day of every month from 9 a.m. PLEASE info@handsonharvest.ca. to 10:30 a.m. at Grace Centre in email: Sydenham. This is an opportunity Limited to 20 participants. for those who are Caregivers to enjoy a cup of coffee/tea with other Perth Road United Church is havCaregivers in a safe and supportive ing a Mike Mundell fish fry. Friday, environment. It is possible, with Aug. 16 from 5 to 7pm. For info call: prior arrangements, to bring your 613-353-1690 loved one with you who will be cared for by caring and qualified Henderson United Church hosts a staff of the Adult Day Service. For roast beef and pork dinner Wednesmore information please contact day, Aug. 21 from 4 - 7 p.m. with Mary Gaynor-Briese, Caregiver all the trimmings at the Harlowe Support at 613-376-6477. Community Centre, 1047 Gull Lake slfm.handsonharvest.ca.

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Chronicles of Quinte’s sailing history EMC Lifestyle - A Bermuda Triangle in eastern Ontario? Illegal underground trafficking in booze? Who knew that the Isle of Quinte was ever such a hotbed of intrigue and mystery? Just off the eastern shore of the beautiful isle, the Quinte Triangle has claimed far more ships than the famed location near Bermuda. The Bermuda Triangle, located off the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico, is reported to have swallowed a number of ships and aircraft. But many ships and hundreds of people have been lost off the shores of nearby Quinte in Prince Edward County. More than 280 ships have been salvaged and more than 50 shipwreck sites still remain close to Mariners Park Museum on Quinte’s South Bay. The museum documents it all and tells the story of the region’s marine past with nautical artifacts. We often associate the arrival of the railway with the development of Canada as a nation. But before there were rails, watercraft ruled the world. Sailing contributed to the great explorations that opened North America. Canada’s growth is closely tied to the history of water transportation. Early explorers and settlers ventured into regions that could only be reached by water. At first, that meant canoe travel along lakes and rivers. Later, canals were built to aid in water transportation. Prince Edward County has a grand

history on the water. The mid-19th Century was a prime era for Quinte’s sailing trade. During the development of the Rideau Canal, it was obvious that trade via water offered grand opportunities. Many wharves were built around South Bay on the Isle of Quinte. Shipbuilding became a prime industry of the region. During America’s Prohibition Era, illegal rum-running offered great payoffs to Canadians willing to take the risk of transporting booze to the U.S. Some of the tools of the rum-running trade are on display at Mariner’s Park Museum. You’ll even see a dinghy used to ferry liquor from larger boats across the waters of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River to American shores. These and countless other artifacts are on display at Prince Edward County’s unique museum. Mariner’s Park Museum was founded in 1967 by Willis Metcalfe, a well-known marine history buff in the Quinte region. Many hundreds of pieces document the history of early vessels, both sail and steam, of the Great Lakes. You’ll see early motors, various types of engines, deck houses, and an early birch bark canoe from the 1700s on display. Mariner’s Park Museum documents and examines the impact of marine life and sailing on Prince Edward County. Residents earned their living on the waters from fishing and shipbuilding. Careers also included ice harvesting and rum running. Local farmers, many of whom also

worked in shipbuilding and sailing, moved grains like barley via huge sailing ships along Lake Ontario. In addition to volunteering their time, the people of the county have been generous in supplying the museum with artifacts. Local divers in the 1960s and 1970s helped the museum get established. Many people came forward to donate items related to the region’s marine history. Exhibits are featured in themed displays. Many of the artifacts’ origins remain unknown, but staff members are gradually cataloguing their collection and unearthing the history. For example, the rum-running dinghy on display comes from famous rum-runner Gentleman Charlie’s boat. A binnacle is one of the most beautiful artifacts on display. A binnacle is an upright waist-high casing containing the compass of a ship and a light, typically an oil lamp, for viewing it at night. It was located on a ship’s deck and offered a protected shelter where delicate navigational instruments could be placed for easy reference. The largest item on exhibit at the museum is the lighthouse in the park in front of the building. It came from False Duck Island, just off the southeast shores of the Isle of Quinte. Built in 1829, it was the second lighthouse built on the Great Lakes and the oldest in Prince Edward County.

The last lighthouse keeper was Jim Mc- (Thursday, open until 7 p.m.). Closed Connell, who lived with his family on on Monday and Tuesday. After Labour False Duck Island. Day, call for information and operating When technology improved, light- hours. houses gave way to beacons. Most lightDirections: Follow Bath Road (Highhouses were abandoned. McConnell ex- way 33) west to the free Glenora Ferry tinguished the light on Nov. 3, 1965. which runs every 15 minutes. Less than a The community in South Marysburgh kilometre after getting off on the Glenora got in touch with the government, and side, turn left onto County Rd 7. In about the lighthouse was donated to the Prince 4 km turn right onto County Rd 25. Turn Edward Historical Society. It was re- left onto County Rd 8 and then right onto constructed at the museum in 1967 as a County Rd 13. The museum is on your Centennial project. left at 2065 County Rd 13. Visitors from around the world have For more information: (613) 476taken photographs of the lighthouse. 8392; email marinersmuseum@pecAlso outside the main museum build- ounty.on.ca ing is the 1813 replica Fort Kente, a children’s favourite. They can climb around and explore the interior, empty except for a canon poking through a window. The park outside the museum is a perfect place for a picnic lunch and a spot for kids to run off some energy. Admission: By donation Hours: During August, hours The False Duck Island lighthouse extinguished its are 10 a.m. – 4:30 light in 1965. The lighthouse was moved to Mariners p.m. Wednesday Park Museum as a Centennial project in 1967. Photo/Mark Bergin  through Sunday

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Celebrating Canadian history and the beauty of the Rideau Canal By Hollie Pratt-Campbell hpratt-campbell@theemc.ca

EMC News - Confederation Park was a colourful place to be on the afternoon of Aug. 6, as seven canoes filled with 10 spirited, costumed paddlers each kicked off their symbolic journey up the Rideau Canal. “The Rideau Canal is so beautiful and historic, so I brought my friends here so we can enjoy it together,” said Mark Lund, who organized the so-named Rideau Canal Voyageur Brigade. Canoe enthusiasts from across Canada and even some from the U.S. gathered to take part in the brigade. Lund came all the way from Edmonton. “Our first goal is to come as tourists to enjoy the canal, enjoy each other, and enjoy the paddling,” Lund explained… “Then we have some secondary goals: to promote paddling generally, [and to further the local paddling community’s

goal of] developing the Frontenac Arch canoe route and helping the communities develop tourism along the way.” Lund noted that he is also trying to gather together 1,000 paddlers to descend on Ottawa on July 1, 2017 for Canada’s 150th birthday. “Canoeing is something that is found throughout much of the history of Canada,” Lund said, explaining that the vessels were crucial to establishing the fur trade between Native populations and European settlers. “The paddlers really were the ones that created the first Trans Canada Highway, all the way from Montreal to the mouth of the Oregon River.” “We like to get into the history ourselves,” Lund added, gesturing to the paddlers’ colourful costumes, many of which were inspired by the fur tradeera fashion. “We have fun with it.” Dozens of Kingstonians, including Councillor Dorothy Hector, also gath-

ered at Confederation Park to give the group a proper send-off. Dugald Carmichael, events coordinator of the Cataraqui Canoe Club, organized members of the Community Choir and the Sir John A Singers to sing a traditional French Canadian paddling song as the canoes left Confederation Basin. “It’s one of about 13,000 songs that the French Canadian paddlers sang to keep themselves amused while they were paddling and to keep their spirits up,” Carmichael explained. He added that “we thought they should have a good send-off. This was their introduction to the Rideau Canal. It was important to bring them in here and make a spectacle, and show them that Kingston knows it’s at the end of the Rideau Canal, which is a historic waterway.” President of Friends of the Kingston Inner Harbour, Mary Farrar, noted that it was great having the group launch their boats from the inner harbour, as it was the area’s first official event since officially becoming the Frontenac Arch Biosphere several years ago. “Kingston is an important part in the history of Canada,” she said. “Count Frontenac would not have chosen Kingston had it not been for the inner harbor, because it was a quite port where he could build ships. [We are now] celebrating 300 years of boat building in the harbor.” Farrar noted that it was wonderful to see brigade paddlers carrying on the 10,000-year-old tradition of canoeing in the area, and that she would love to see even more paddling events take place: “Kingston is famous for boating and poker runs in Confederation Basin, but it would be so wonderful if we also had more canoeing and kayaking and rowing and things happening in the inner harbor.”

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EMC News - The Buy-a-Net Malaria Prevention group (BAN) is non-profit organization that got its start in Kingston in 2004. It was founded by nurse Debra Lefebvre after an eye-opening trip to Uganda in which she witnessed the devastation of malaria. Now, BAN looks forward to a busy year of programming ahead as it approaches its 10th birthday. Recently, Buy-a-Net was named a grant recipient by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). The grant will provide 80 per cent of Buy-a-Net’s funding for their “Heal – One Village at a Time” project. “The Heal Project,” says BAN board member Gail Fones, “has as its major goal the reduction of maternal and child mortality in three districts.” The three districts are all located in Uganda, because it faces the highest burden of malaria in the world. BAN distributes insecticide-treated bed nets as well as medicines that treat malaria. BAN also partners with local hospitals in Uganda to do community education about prevention and health. “Our project is going to reach an estimated 65,000 people at the household level,” Fones says. “The emphasis always is on the 14,000 children under the age of five and the 15,000 women of childbearing age. Those are the two major targets. I can’t tell you how sad it is to hold a mother

who’s just lost her second child to malaria. It’s a preventable and treatable disease.” As part of the project, nurses from Ugandan hospitals will do monthly village visits for outreach and education. “The level of accountability and recording will provide statistics that they’ve never had before,” Fones is proud to say. “It’s so exciting I could just jump out of my skin.” BAN hopes that soon they will be able to broaden the focus of their work in Uganda. “Since 2006, the goal of achieving a CIDA grant has been part of our strategic planning,” Fones continues. Now that the group has the CIDA funding secured, they look forward to being able to expand their programming to include areas such as malnutrition, sex education, and reproductive health. “Child bearing in Uganda can be a death sentence,” Fones says. In order to supplement the 80 per cent funding promised by CIDA, BAN will be fundraising and accepting donations for the final 20 per cent. BAN reaches out to rotary groups, church communities, school children and universities. They currently also have the support of both the Canadian Federation of Nurses Union and the Canadian Nurses Association. To date, the Buy-a-Net Malaria Prevention group has protected and treated more than 300,000 people in Uganda. It is the first Canadian volunteer-driven charity aimed at saving lives from malaria. To learn more about the Heal Project, or to make a donation, visit www.buyanet.ca.

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Food Loversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Field Days at Upper Canada Village Aug. 17 and 18 These days, our cooking trends are leaning towards healthier eating, which enables us to create recipes from simple, traditional methods using fresh, local ingredients. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People appreciate local foods, raw foods, slow food, organic food â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we see this in research that the community wants the local, authentic experience,â&#x20AC;? said Sommerville. â&#x20AC;&#x153;What better way than at Upper Canada Village, where we celebrate the past daily by making fresh bread, cheese, tending to the gardens, preserving and preparing foods in these traditional ways.â&#x20AC;? The festival will be inclusive of the Upper Canada Village experience. Travel across the entrance bridge and experience life in the 19th Century. You will find food producers and farm vendors at the crossroads in the centre of the fairgrounds. Savour from over 30 food, wine and beer artisans and producers: World at your Doorstep features samples of food from around the world: Indian by Aubin Farms; Thai by Toi Thai Cuisine; Ukrainian food by Natasha Fine Foods; Caterinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mexican Restaurant; and Mediterranean, to name a few. Experience a taste of the county wines with Sandbanks Vineyards. Enjoy Casselman Beer, a boutique microbrewery featuring honey brown ale and signature brewed white fog wheat beer, among others. Palatine Hills Estate Winery will also be onsite with their speciallyproduced signature 1812 chardonnay and merlot cabernet. Fresh produce and healthy foods include: Upper Canada bread and cheese; Roth Child Farms with a variety of rubs, spreads and preserves; Perth Pepper and Pestle; Harvest Honey featuring cinnamon honey butter, beeswax lip balms and unpasteurized honey; Love Love !#2/ 33&2 Foods; Natural/4

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aspiringâ&#x20AC;? woman brings entrepreneurs of faith together EMC News - For Wendy Lockhart, living a life of purpose and faith has always been important. Now, having recently started her own life coaching organization, she is helping other women to do the same. She Aspires, which was founded by Lockhart in mid-2012, seeks to bring together Christian women through professional and personal developments. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I believe that God designed women with powerful inner potential and strength and that we were each created for a specific purpose that is greater than ourselves,â&#x20AC;? explains Lockhart. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She Aspires was created to help women to discover that inner potential and strength and equip them to discover and live their God-inspired dreams.â&#x20AC;? Lockhart suggests a model whereby biblical principles are applied to business practices â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for instance, excellence, righteousness, and discipline. She Aspires plans to offer mentorship, conferences, retreats, bible study, seminars by Christian business women and a variety of other programs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our goal is for She Aspires to be the premier community for Christian women entrepreneurs in Kingston and throughout Canada,â&#x20AC;? Lockhart says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our desire is for all women to know the potential that is within them, and She Aspires may be the vehicle to help a non-believing woman to come to know a very believing God.â&#x20AC;? Though Lockhartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s organization is now past its fledgling stage and ready to offer programming, she notes that its inception wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always easy: â&#x20AC;&#x153;My major struggle was that I was working full-time and running She Aspires in my spare time. As

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EMC News- A two hour wait for the Wolfe Island ferry was not uncommon during the August long weekend as family and friends headed home for the island’s 28th Annual Family Ball Tournament. Twenty-seven family teams, including one new family began playing Friday evening in the A & B Divisions., at the Community Centre ball diamonds and at Sacred Heart school. (The Community Centre is also home to the island’s NHL sized rink.) With that many 15+member teams, with 9 persons (always with 4 women) on the field, means that there were as many as 400 players during the weekend. “play two and barbecue “ was the theme… Hundreds of spectators circled the diamonds during play cheering teams on. A constant stream of people drifted up to the centre during the day, just to check the score board. It was perfect weather for the most part, but heavy rain Friday night brought out many volunteers in the early am to slush out water and prepare the diamonds for Saturday’s day of play according to Amanda Kyle, tournament organizer and member of WI’s Community Centre Board. “Much thanks to our wonderful volunteers. I don’t how we could have finished without their help,” she said. Over 500 people lined the “B” Diamond at the Community Centre as the A and B Championship games took place on Saturday Night. Some watching the game and some visiting, but all having fun! The awards presentation followed immediately with Amanda at the helm. First Up was a surprise presentation from Mayor Denis Doyle. To the delight and loud cheers of the home crowd, most members of life long island families, the Mayor announced that Frontenac Islands- Wolfe Island

ward was successful in its bid for a $75,000 Ontario Trillium Grant to go towards a roof over the rink. “ There have been a number of successful fund raising efforts (Hockeyville, Music Fest, etc.) that raised many thousands of dollars already,” he said. “The $75,000 Trillium grant will go a long way. Councillor Springgay, Councillor Grant and I recently approved going ahead with the roof and having it up by fall hopefully for an extended season through to the end of March.” Doyle read from MPP John Gerretsen’s letter of regret at not being there for the announcement of the provincial grant. “I am aware that putting a roof over the ice pad has received a great deal of attention from islanders. Congratulations to everyone in the community for their dedication and commitment to fund raising. I look forward to attending an event celebrating the opening of the roof hopefully sometime in November,” his letter concluded to more very loud cheers… Trophys were then presented to the 2013 “A” Division Champs, “The Orr Family Team” and to the “B” Division Champs, “The Brian Hulton Jr. Family”. The Bill Kyle Sportsmanship trophy was presented to the “McKenna –Van Hal Family” by Karen Kyle. The WI Community Centre Board’s Paul Hogan was honoured with a new award for his long time efforts towards sports generally, and specifically fund raising for the rink its refrigeration and a roof. It was presented by Mark Lollar. Lollar noted the presence of 1962/63 Sacred Heart Pee Wee team members. “There was talk about a roof then and now its happening, “ he said. Extra prizes came from the Casey’s, WI Grill owners “ Thanks to All,” Amanda said as the day concluded. “See you, same time next year “ Continued on page 19

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together to form a bridge-humming version of Canada’s national anthem. You can search “LaSalle Causeway O Canada” on the Internet and you’ll find the video and hear the bridge sing. Some of the must-see bridges of the world include: The Brooklyn Bridge, The Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco), The Tower Bridge (London), The Ha’penny Bridge (Dublin, over the River Liffey), the covered bridges of Pennsylvania, Chapel Bridge (Europe’s oldest 1333 - wooden bridge, Switzerland), Sydney Harbour Bridge (Australia), Rialto Bridge (Venice), Széchenyi Chain Bridge (Hungary), China’s Wind and Rain Bridge (no nails or rivets used) on the Linxi River), and Pont du Gard Aqueduct in France. The Point du Gard was constructed by the Romans more than two thousand years ago. No mortar was used. Some of the stones weigh more than six tons. Each was cut with great precision to fit perfectly. Canada doesn’t have any worldfamous bridges. For sure, there’s Confederation Bridge, linking Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. It’s known as the longest bridge over ice in the world, a dubious distinction. There’s also New Brunswick’s Hartland Bridge, the world’s longest covered bridge. One of the reasons I love this region in eastern Ontario is the existence of the 1000 Islands Bridges, including the world’s shortest international bridge (between Canada and US Customs). Nearby, just across the border, are some stunning examples of bridges. In Pennsylvania’s Amish country you’ll find numerous covered bridges that will take you back in time. One of the most famous bridges in the world, The Brooklyn Bridge, links Manhattan with Brooklyn. It opened to the public on May 24, 1883. The bridge plays a prominent role in the movie Kate and Leopold, where it serves as a portal between

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EMC Lifestyle - The analysis of my fascination with bridges will be left to those who possess greater wisdom. All I know is that I love bridges: looking at them, taking photographs of them, walking across them, exploring under and around them, flying above them and climbing them. They enchant me like few other human-made structures can. Bridges take us to new places, lands, and worlds. Maybe it’s my Celtic blood, always wanting to wander and explore. During my high school years, I cut across a field between my home and school. I trekked across a small bridge over a creek four times daily. When I’m in New York City, there’s nothing I enjoy more than exploring the bridges of Central Park or walking the Brooklyn Bridge for no other reason than the experience of walking it. I remember a flight I took from Hawaii to San Francisco, landing in the California city near sunset. The pilot was on his retiring flight, and this was the last commercial landing of his career. He announced that we were in a holding pattern as the airport was busy. He may have done this on purpose: We circled above the Golden Gate Bridge for several minutes. I was mesmerized. There’s something magical, or at least mystical, about bridges. Every time I sit near one a story comes into my awareness. Somewhere under or around that bridge there’s an entrance to another world, a magical world full of fairies and wondrous sights, secret treasures, hidden knowledge. In Kingston, we have our own musical bridge. The LaSalle Causeway recently attained some glory for its rendition of O Canada. Jared Coleman and John Sanfilippo recorded the sounds of many vehicles crossing the bridge. Depending on variables like velocity, type of tire and weight of vehicle, you can hear different pitches. After recording these sounds, Coleman and Sanfilippo spliced them

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A young woman in love would write her own name and her cherished one’s name on a padlock and affix it to the railing of Serbia’s Most Ljubavi (Bridge of Love). Over the past decade, locks have been appearing on bridges around the world, including the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia. In Ottawa, you can now find hundreds of love locks on the pedestrian bridge crossing the Rideau Canal between the University of Ottawa and Somerset Street. I think it’s a wonderful tradition, and provided it doesn’t affect the structural integrity of the bridge, I think they should be left alone. I checked with an engineer and he rolled his eyes and told me it might just give bureaucrats a reason to create another set of rules, regulations and policies. In other words, he wasn’t worried about these things affecting the structural integrity of bridges; he was more concerned about paper-pushers’ ob-

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of water, a bridge (preferably a small wooden footbridge) and a stick. Any number of players drop (no throwing allowed) their sticks or twigs into the water on the upstream side of the bridge, run to the downstream side and watch to see whose comes out first. I’ve played this game with my family in many locations, including on a small wooden bridge over a stream on the grounds of Blarney Castle in Ireland and in secluded waters in Hawaii. There aren’t a lot of rules, but the stick must be a natural twig of some sort. Extending the rules a bit, we’ve used popsicle sticks at times. As for prizes, we’ve used such treasures as winner gets to pick the treat of the afternoon (popsicles or ice cream) or what we have for dinner. It’s a healthy game, physically and emotionally. You’ll notice that no purchase of plastic or electronic toys is required. It is played outdoors. And, it’s good for all ages, from toddlers to slow-moving great-grandparents. Parents and

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EMC News - There is an exciting series coming to Studio 22 this month, and you may have seen some of the images around Kingston already. Cam Schaefer, a local artist, musician and illustrator, has been working on his Pop Art Series for the past year, and is excited to be getting the word and images out in the city. “We got buttons printed and have

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been leaving them throughout the city as kind of a promotional device for the series,” Schaefer says. “The buttons being spread around makes it as though my art is already on exhibit. It’s really neat to see and really makes it fun.” The button features a hand on a red background, an image that is at the centre of the series. This series marks the first solo artist showing for Schaefer, who celebrated a book publishing at Studio 22 in the past. While these pieces are a bit of a departure from his musician roots, Schaefer doesn’t see it that way. He draws inspiration for this series from pop art greats like Andy Warhol and Sol Lewitt but also from music. “Lewitt said that the narrative of series art is more like music than it is a book or literature. It is not something you could necessarily write a book about - it is more like music and that is what led me to combining my music interests with art. The series art is repetitive and there is something soothing about that for me as a musician.” Schaefer also sees a musical connection in his collaboration with Studio 22 owner Hersh Jacob: “The metaphor has always been music for us. Over the years, it has become the way that we work on everything we collaborate on. We play with the variations of a theme and then decide which ones we want to produce.” The show features three methods of art production: India ink images that are drawn with paint and brush; silk screen prints of images; and digital images which are called gyclee prints. Schaefer produced the original images that were then either reprinted on silk screen or digitally enhanced by Jacob. Other pieces have emerged from those

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Women’s Art Festival celebrates 32 years in Kingston By: Mandy Marciniak Reporter

EMC Events - The 32nd annual Kingston Women’s Art Festival is taking place on Sunday, Aug. 18 at City Park from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. - and this year’s festival promises to bigger and better than ever. The festival was started in the late 1970s by a group of women who were interested in promoting the work of female artists in the community. The purpose of the event is to celebrate women’s creativity, provide a forum for artists, encourage women to meet and exchange ideas and fundraise for local women’s organizations. This year’s organizer, Anna Kovachis, is new to the festival as an organizer but is a long-time attendee. “I took over organizing the committee this year because the woman that has historically done it for many years needed to step out for her own health,” she says. “But the main reason I got involved was because if I didn’t it wasn’t going to happen. It is a fabulous festival and I have attended over the years. I just didn’t want to see it not go on.” Planning the festival has been a pretty easy assignment for Kovachis. “The artists run themselves and we have an organizer for the musical acts who has arranged an impressive lineup for the main stage this year,” she explains. “We also have a volunteer that has taken over the children’s area, so that will be back this year. The logistics were easy. The festival pretty much runs itself by now. I also have a wonderful network of friends that will be there as supporters and volunteers on the day of the event. ” Volunteers are at the heart of the festival, and without them Kovachis says she would be at a loss: “We have so many great volunteers

and we couldn’t do the festival without them. We also have a new website this year and the online application on there has made the organization much easier.” This process has also made it easier for the event to welcome some new acts and artists. Kovachis notes that about 30 per cent of the artists every year are new artists. “We have some young artists coming in this year that are under 16, and that is really great to see,” she says. “Right now we have about 200 artists in total that will be at the event, representing about 160 booths.” The festival attracts a great mix of local and not-so-local artists who come to see what it’s all about. “It has become known as a premier arts festival in Ontario and because of that we now have artist from different areas in Ontario that want to join in and participate” says Kovachis. Profits from the festival and silent auction go to a number of women’s organizations in the area. Over the past 30 years, the festival has donated close to $100 000. Donations are given in December, after all the bills from the festival have been paid. “In September we ask organizations to submit applications for project funding,” explains Kovachis. “Then at the end of December we distribute the funds to those organizations. I think this is what really motivates people to come out and contribute.” The event runs rain or shine, but Kovachis is sure that it will be great either way. “I’m confident that it will be great rain or shine, but we would love to have a nice day for people to enjoy,” she remarks. For more information on the vendors and musical schedule for the day, visit www.womensartfestivalkingston.ca

Local authors gear up for the fifth annual Kingston WritersFest By Hollie Pratt-Campbell hpratt-campbell@theemc.ca

EMC Events - Over the last five years, Kingston’s WritersFest has grown into one of the Canada’s premier literary events, attracting the top authors from across the country. This year, many big names like Margaret Atwood, Joseph Boyden and Anne Michaels will attend the festival, which takes place Sept. 25 – 29 at the Holiday Inn. WritersFest holds extra special meaning, however, for Kingston’s own writers and literary enthusiasts, who gathered at the Holiday Inn on the evening of Aug. 8 to launch the 2013 WritersFest and celebrate the event’s fifth anniversary. Local author Wayne Grady plans on using the festival as a way of promoting his new novel, Emancipation Day, which came out Aug. 1 – appropriately on the 180th anniversary of the day the British Empire emancipated slaves in 1833. The novel is set in Newfoundland in 1943. It tells of an African Canadian man who passes for white and marries a white woman. The novel details what happens after his new wife meets his black family for the first time. “What’s happened in the last few years is publishers no longer send writers off on big tours across the country anymore, so the festivals kind of take up that role,” Grady explains. “I am doing many festivals, and the Kingston festival is the first of them.” Grady will be reading from Emancipation Day, as well as giving a workshop on writing about family, as the new book is based on his own family’s history. He notes that as Kingston WritersFest happens at the beginning of the season, it is a very important event to the literary community. “It’s such a huge success and a great festival,” Grady says. “Because [artistic director] Merilyn Simonds has done so much to put this festival on the literary map of Canada, it means a tremendous amount to be invited to it and to appear here. It’s like saying, ‘here are the best books of the fall season,’ so to have my book included in that list is very satisfying.” Indeed, he notes that WritersFest is now considered equal in status to similar festivals in Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver and Calgary. “Being from Kingston, it’s great to be a prophet recognized in one’s own city,” Grady adds. “And [The Holiday Inn] is a great place to hold it. There are festivals that are held in conference centres in the middle of cities that don’t have this kind of view, so [Kingston] is a great city to be in when a book comes Anna Kovachis, organizer for this year’s Women’s Art Festival in Kingston, is pictured with out.” For local author Iain Reid, WritersFest a stained glass piece by one of this year’s featured artists. Photo/ Mandy Marciniak

also holds a great deal of meaning. “The first reading I ever did was at the festival here in 2010 when my first book [One Bird’s Choice] came out - I was very nervous and probably was terrible,” he says with a laugh. “I hope I’ve improved since. It’s very good for writers to do, I think - stand up and read their work and feel nervous. All that stuff is good, so I’ve taken advantage of that.” This year, Reid will be participating in several of the events, including the Saturday Night Speakeasy, where he will do a reading from his new book, The Truth About Luck. “There’s a jazz trio that plays in the background,” he says. “I’ve never done that before, so it’ll be intriguing. I’ve heard good things about [the speakeasy event] – people seem to really like it.” Reid notes that one of his favourite aspects of WritersFest is the opportunity to meet readers who live right in his own community. “It’s an opportunity to meet people in the community who are interested in books and writing who I normally don’t get a chance to see or talk to,” he says. “Sometimes you recognize people just from walking around town, and at the festival they come up and say hello and I’m able to put a name to the face which is kind of pleasant.” Reid encourages locals to come out and see for themselves what it’s all about. “I look forward to September,” he says. “Hopefully lots of people come out. I think people should take advantage of it because the festival here has become one of the bright spots on the literary scene in Canada.” Tickets for WritersFest events are now on sale. For more information, please visit www. kingstonwritersfest.ca.

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Marine Engineering Officers are required for various civilian positions with the Department of National Defence in Victoria and Nanoose Bay BC. Online applications only through the Public Service Commission of Canada website, Reference# DND13J-008697-000069, Selection Process# 13-DND-EA-ESQ-375697, Canadian Forces Auxiliary Fleet (CFAV). Applicants must meet all essential qualifications listed and complete the application within the prescribed timelines. **http://jobsemplois.gc.ca/index-eng.htm Le ministère de la DĂŠfense nationale cherche des Officiers du gĂŠnie des systèmes de marine pour remplir divers postes de civils Ă  Victoria et Nanoose Bay en Colombie-Britannique. Les candidates et candidats peuvent postuler en ligne seulement, au site Internet de la Commission de la fonction publique du Canada, numĂŠro de rĂŠfĂŠrence DND13J-008697-000069, numĂŠro du processus de sĂŠlection 13-DND-EAESQ-375697, Vaisseaux auxiliaires des forces armĂŠes canadiennes. Les postulants doivent possĂŠder toutes les compĂŠtences requises ĂŠnumĂŠrĂŠes et soumettre leur demande selon lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ĂŠchĂŠance prescrit. ** http://jobsemplois.gc.ca/index-fra.htm TWO LICENSED TECHNICIANS. Harwood Ford Sales, Brooks, Alberta. Unlimited hours, great benefit plan, new facility. Rate of pay very negotiable. Contact Brian Seibel, Service Manager. Call 403-362-6900. Fax 403-362-2921. Email: bseibel@harwoodford.com or gharty@harwoodford.com.

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710 Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd. Kingston, Ontario

Inserting Machine Operator Trainee Distribution Metroland Media- Formerly Performance Printing

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GARAGE SALE

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VEHICLES

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VEHICLES

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TRAILERS / RV’S

TRAILERS / RV’S

FOR THE ESTATE OF THE LATE KEITHA HANNAH

Freedom Coach RV Look us up on Kijiji under RV/Campers Parts and Accessories. Special prices on in-stock items, RV dometic refrigerators and generators. 613-546-4261

Thor Easy Glide, 2010, 5th Wheel. A/C, stove, fridge, freezer, sleeps 6, 3 pc. washroom, slide out, stored inside. 613-273-5378.

Freedom Coach RV. Mobile service. Parts, repairs, accessories. Awnings, waterheaters, furnace, roof repairs, water damage, insurance work, electrical, plumbing. 613-546-4261.

Held On Site, Approx. 6 Miles North West of Odessa, From 401 (Camden East Rd.) North Approx. 1/4 Mile First Rd. On Right (1267 Maple Road)

AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS

AUCTIONS

ESTATE TWILIGHT AUCTION SALE Antiques, Furniture, Glass, Snowblower, Lawn Tractor, Estate Vehicle

THURSDAY AUGUST 22, 2013

4:30 P.M.

Walnut Cannon Ball Poster Bed (Queen); Chest of Drawers/Dresser/Nite Table; Single Bed (Box Spring Mattress); Double Bed; Other Dressers/Chest of Drawers; Chesterfield; 2 Lazy Boy Chairs; Swivel Rocker; Walnut China Cabinet; Walnut Buffet; Magazine Rack; Primitive Wooden Trunk; Arrowback Plank Bottom Chair; Small Antique Box Stove; Cream Can; 2 Harp Back Chairs; Wicker Chair; Wicker What Not; Crocinole Board; Antique Medicine Cabinet; Silver Tea Service; Set of Dishes; Glassware/China; Quantity of Linen; G.E. Fridge; Apartment Size Deep Freeze; Air Conditioner; Vacuum Cleaner; Many Other Items. LAWN/GARDEN/VEHICLE Craftsman 15 H.P. 42” Riding Lawn Tractor; Snow Trac 10/30 Snowblower; Weed Eater; Homelite Chain Saw; 26 Ft. Extension Ladder; Tire Machine; Grinder; 12 Ft. Farm Gate; Lawn/ Garden Tools and Other Tools; Only a Partial Listing. VEHICLE - 1995 Buick LeSabre Original (141,572 Km.) Driven Daily, (Licenced 2013-14), Must Be Seen. This Car Has Been Covered Since New. Sold As Is. Reason for Sale - To Settle The Estate. We have been instructed by Executrix/Executor to sell to the highest bidder. This is not a large sale. So be on time.

DAVE A. SNIDER, (613-386-3039) BRAD SNIDER, (613-386-3773)

Owner/Auctioneers will not be held responsible for any accident on or about property day of sale

REAL ESTATE SERVICES

REAL ESTATE SERVICES

Gerry Hudson

Kingston 613-449-1668 Sales Representative

Rideau Town and Country Realty Ltd, Brokerage

613-273-5000

Live your Dream: Cottage rental business. 14 furnished, waterfront units. Gorgeous 7 room home, sandy beach, 10 rental boats. $760,000 OAC**MLS Westport: Bobs Lake, pristine waterfront of 754’. 4.5 acre treed estate. 3 bedroom 4 season bungalow and large garage. $345,000. MLS. Lucrative family operated taxi business: 4 licensed cars. $110,000. 6 Acre Treed Estate: With like-new 2,000 sq. ft., 3 bath home and granny suite. Big garage and workshop, close to lake. $309,000. MLS. Hillside Waterfront Estate: 4 bedroom Victorian home and garage. Over 700 ft. waterfront. $295,000. MLS Wanted: Contractor pays top cash price for homes and cottages in need of repair or renovation. Free evaluation on request.

FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Condo. Security & well maintained convenient location. 540 Talbot Place, Gananoque. Available Sept. 15th or Oct. 1st. $780/mth. First & last required. Contact: (613)463-8862 or (613)659-3259. Perth, 2 bdrm apt. Bright roomy, quiet, adult, smoke-free building. No dogs. Fridge, stove, laundry facility, parking. $765/mth + hydro. Oct 1st. 613-298-5429.

FARM ASP Contractors. Airless spray painting and power washing. Farms, cottages, houses, factories, fences, tanks. Corn, glass and sandblasting. New steel roofs installed. Roofs screw-nailed and boards replaced. Eavestroughs and gutter guards installed. Fully insured. Call George (800)589-1375 or cell (613)827-8485.

FARM

TOM’S CUSTOM

AIRLESS PAINTING Specializing in roof barn & aluminum/ vinyl siding painting *30 years experience. *Screw nailing and roof repairs. Insured and Bonded Free Estimates (613)283-8475

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED!!! $28.00/HOUR. Undercover Shoppers Needed To Judge Retail And Dining Establishments. Genuine Opportunity. PT/FT. Experience Not Required. If You Can Shop-You Are Qualified! www.MyShopperJobs.com

Fresh Picked Apples and Pears are ready at Hall’s Apple Market!!! 613-342-6320. Pick your own apples are starting very soon. Stop in 8 a.m to 5:30 p.m Monday-Saturday to taste what we’ve picked this morning.

HELP WANTED-LOCAL PEOPLE NEEDED!!! Simple & Flexible Online Work. 100% Genuine Opportunity. F/T & P/T. Internet Needed. Very Easy...No Experience Required. Income is Guaranteed! www.ezComputerWork.com

New tractor parts- 1000s parts, specializing in engine rebuild kits, clutches. Super savings. Service manuals. Our 39th year. Brighton. www. diamondfarmtractorparts.com 613-475-1771, 1-800-481-1353.

NOW HIRING!!! $300+ PER DAY Typing companies advertising online. We provide the training & the jobs to perform. Real Opportunity. PT/FT. Experience Not Required. www.GenuineWebJobs.com

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WANTED Contractor pays top cash for property in need of renovation or repair, any area. Gerry Hudson, Kingston (613)449-1668 Sales Representative Rideau Town and Country Realty Ltd, Brokerage (613)273-5000.

VEHICLES 2002 Dodge Intrepid, red, 270,000 km with 110,000 km on new motor. $1200 o.b.o. 613-453-7007. 2004 PT Cruiser, ladydriven, good condition, $1,550. 613-449-1668..

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D.W. NICHOLS PAINTING & ANTIQUE FURNITURE AUCTION For Estate of Esther Finlayson 27 Elgin St., Smiths Falls, ON on Sat., Aug. 24/13 @ 10 am Everything must sell to settle the estate. Terms: Cash, Cheque, Debit, Visa, M/C - Catering

MF 135 Diesel tractor w/ loader, bucket & stook fork (35 hrs). 574 Int. tractor (4200 hrs). MF 160 manure spreader. JD 24T square baler. NH Flay chopper. NH 1469 stick driven self propel haybine. Allied auto & manual bale stookers. White 54” cut GT2554KH w/stage 2 snow thrower (new). White 13hp 45” walk behind snow blower (1 yrd old). JD 425 garden tractor w/ 54” mower deck. Case 448 hydro line garden tractor w/ 48” snow blower & chains. Columbia 10/38 snow blower. 4.5 Lawn Boy lawn mower. Single axle utility trailer. Lawn cart. Kuhn pto rake. 3 hay wagons. Round bale spear. Squealer 5’ bush hog. Danflow fertilizer spreader. Hay elevator on rubber. 12” 3 pth post hole auger. 2 furrow walking plow. 2 round bale feeders. Chicken feeders. Mineral feeder. 21’ steel feeder on rubber. 3 pth 6’ landscraper. Farm gates. 45 gal drums. Older 2 horse 5th wheel trailer. Horse drawn sleigh. Sloop buck board sleigh. Rubber tire buck board. 7 English & 2 Western (1 pony) saddles. Horse & saddle blankets. Several bridles & halters. Medicine & bandages. 2 metal horse heads. Assort. of jump standards & rails. Rubber feed pails. Manual sheep shears. Chicken plucker. Hay knife & forks. Calf box. Head gate & chute. Elect. fence & insulators. Milk cans. 5.5 Rem. 20g shotgun. Cooey single shot 22 rifle. 3 pellet guns Steel gun cabinet. Steel work table. 5hp Honda pump. Homelite chainsaw. Bench drill press. 14” bandsaw on stand. Horizontal band saw. Platform scales. Chains. Early motorcycle for parts. Snow fence. T posts. Live trap. Imperial oil dealer sign. Air pig. Jack all. Wheel barrel. Wooden rake. Fumed oak dresser. Gate leg table. Mahogany server. Fancy oak side board. Oak office chair. Victorian marble top deep well desk. Walnut writing desk. 2 ant. benches. Tall ant. bed. Iron & brass bed. Victorian settee. Oak extension table. Set of 6 & set of 4 oak dining room chairs. Spinning wheel. Cheval Empire style dressing mirror. Mahogany case gramophone. Ant. pine clock shelf. Mahogany & oak chests of drawers. Oak high boy. Inlaid round table. Open washstand & others. Wooden skis. Barrel churn & many other articles too numerous to mention. Raymonds are retiring. Lots of good machinery & antiques. Bring a lawnchair & participate in the bidding. Terms: Cash, Cheque, Debit, Visa, M/C - Catering

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No Reserve Bids Wednesday August 21, 2013 at 5:00 pm Auction to be held on site at Street Flea Market: 24 Family Lane – 5 km’s west of Smiths Falls Hwy 15 ( Kingston Hwy) & Bay Rd. Very Clean Sale of estate items, viewing from 3 pm to 5 pm.

AUCTION SALE THE ESTATE OF OLIVE O. CRAWFORD, HARROWSMITH, ONT. SATURDAY, AUG 24, 2013 AT 9:30 A.M. ON SITE

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Guitar, Guitar Shaped CD Stand, Metronome, Violins (child’s and adults), Karaoke Machine, Small Drum, Coca Cola Cooler, Carpets, Small Shaker Basket, Barometers, Milk Bottles, Alter Candles Sticks, Brass Vases, Farm Toys, Tinker Toy, Early Dolls, Lantern, Royal Doulton figures (Pamela, Shepardess, Country Girl), Royal Doulton Toby Jug (Mine Host), Fire Fighter Figures, Early Chinese Terracotta Figures, Chinese Lacer Jewellery Box, Flambro Clowns, Cement Lawn Ornaments, Wedgewood (Blue and Green), Mieto China Cups and Saucers, Royal Castle Dinner Set, Nippon Dish Set, Early Flo Blue Bowl, Pewter Pieces, Elk Carving, Doctors Bag, Numerous Paintings and Prints, Unique Mirror, Regulator Clock (Not Old), Woodland Belle Cast Iron Stove, Chest of Drawers, Cedar Lined Chest, 4 Poster Bed, Chrome Table and chair set, Vilas Desk, Drop Leaf Table with 2 Captain’s Chairs, Walnut Coffee Table with Glass Tray, Magazine Rack, Maple Corner Cupboard, Walnut Hutch, 5 Drawer Dresser, Copper Boiler, Wood Planes, Coleman Stove, Yoke, Roof Vent, Adze, Bushnell Novelty Size Binoculars, Wicker and Chrome Table with Glass Top with 6 chairs, Assorted Box Lots Many items to numerous to mention. Owner and Auctioneers not responsible for loss or accident. Terms: Cash, Authorized cheque with ID, Debit, Visa or Master Card. Rob Street Auction Services Ltd. – Bev and Rob Street 24 Family Lane, Smiths Falls, Ont. K7A 4T1 613 284 2000 www.theauctionfever.com streetfleamarket@hotmail.ca

to be held at Hands Auction Hall, Perth Ontario 3 miles east of Perth on County Rd # 10 K7H 3C3 on Wed., Aug. 21/13 @ 5 pm - Preview @ 4pm Welcoming firearms and sports related items for this auction. Please call our home office at 613-267-6027 in advance to book your space. Check out our website for updates. Terms: Cash, Cheque, Debit, Visa, M/C - Catering

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For Jean Paul & Marianne Raymond Meadowside Farm From Richmond take Cty. Rd. 10 W to 6494 Franktown Rd., on Sat., Aug. 17/13 @ 10 am

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Directions: The sale site is in Harrowsmith at 3996 Colebrook Road. Antique side by side bow front china cabinet, Antique 6 legged oak dining table/3 leaves, set of 6 arm chairs, open face pine hutch, walnut tea wagon with tray, Roxton maple coffee & 2 end tables set, oak roll top desk, dressing mirror, 2 pine arm chairs, antique drop leaf table, 2 hall tables, chesterfield & chair, chesterfield, matching loveseat & wing back chair, Victorian couch & chair, Sanyo TV & cabinet, antique wooden rocker, serving cart, antique 4 drawer chest, wicker fernery/ tray, antique dome top trunk, double bed with 4 drawer chest vanity & bench & night table, double bed with dresser & mirror & matching marble top table with towel bars, cedar chest, several plant stands, 3 wall mount display cabinets, “D” end table, Maytag washing machine (as new), Woods chest freezer, McLary “Royal Charm” wood stove with water reservoir. This sale features a large quantity of glass & china including, but not limited to a large set of over 90 pieces of “The Friendly Village” pattern set of dishes including a number of the accessories, Royal Albert “Silver Birch” pattern set of dishes totaling over 65 pieces, a large assortment of cups & saucers (some footed), several Quebec carvings, old crocks and a finger jug, pink & green depression pieces, black Americana salt & pepper, cranberry pieces, shaving mug, pie bird, hand school bell, old cookie jar, early primitive kitchen utensils, carnival glass, several pieces of art glass, Avon Cape cod pieces, a number of collector plates/ certificates, a number of pieces of pinwheel crystal including footed bowls, decanter, cream & sugar with tray, assorted creamers, a large collection of novelty salts & peppers, Wedgwood pieces, carnival fruit bowl/ nappies, cake plates, egg coddlers, 3 antique hanging hall lamps, numerous prints, sad irons, 2 cast iron pots, wall bracket oil lamps, Aladdin lamp & lamp parts, Tonka toys, old carpenter’s box, miniature oil lamps, wash set pieces, Wade figurines, child’s table, silver plate pieces, a pillow sham made from old tobacco silks, small kitchen appliances, child’s wagon & antique sled, “original 6” hockey game, old post cards, antique wall phone (as found), old cook books, 2 “Chums” books, old records, perfume mister, “White Rose” curling game in box, antique “Mallory” battery rack dispenser, Robinson ice cream cone holder, old globe, butter bowl with ladles & print, dresser top mirror, Centennial vintage dress with matching bonnet & purse, vintage shoes, child’s old boots, chest of silver plate, old books, antique lap top writing desk, Troy built 5.5 Hp rear tine tiller, Husqvarna model 33 chain saw, cross cut saw & a few garden tools. This is a large and interesting sale of household effects & furniture. See my web site for detailed list & photos. AUCTIONEERS: DOUG JARRELL & BEN TREVERTON 613-969-1033 www.dougjarrellauctions.com Terms: Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard & cheque/ ID Lunch available Estate and /or auctioneers not responsible for accidents or lost items

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there. What a big heart! We are very proud of him.â&#x20AC;? The Sweenys provided the inviEMC News - On Aug. 24, the tees of Alexâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s party with a KingsSweeny family will be celebrating ton Humane Society â&#x20AC;&#x153;wish listâ&#x20AC;?. the fifth birthday their son Alex The wish list includes items that with friends and family at a lo- the Humane Society needs to stay cal horse farm. This birthday party operational, such as leashes, colwill be particularly special for the lars, litter, treats and food bowls, as Sweeny family because of a request well as office goods such as copy that Alex has made. He has asked all paper and markers. After collecting of his party guests to make a dona- the items at the party, the family tion to the Kingston Human Society will then bring them to the Humane (KSH) in lieu of bringing a present. Society. The family has specifically The Sweenys have been volunteer- requested wish list items rather than ing as a family with KHS for the cash, so Kim says that there is no real monetary goal in mind. past year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;While Alex certainly does love â&#x20AC;&#x153;The idea spurred from conversations in the car on the way to the animals and enjoy his time interactHumane Society one day when we ing with them at the Humane Sociwere donating our previous dogâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ety, I would say what makes it really old dog bed to the shelter,â&#x20AC;? explains special for Alex is the sense of purAlexâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stepmother, Kim Sweeny. pose he has when he is there,â&#x20AC;? Kim â&#x20AC;&#x153;Alex made the connection that it continues. Some of Alexâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s volunteer duties was like giving the animals a present. He suggested giving the toys include dog walking, bunny hugto the animals and it went off from ging, and cat cuddling. Alex does these jobs alongside his two-and-ahalf year old brother, Elliot. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My partner and I were both very involved in volunteer activities prior to having children and noticed we had dropped off in our community service since starting a family,â&#x20AC;? says Kim. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So we brainstormed ways to volunteer together as a family and teach our children value of community service.â&#x20AC;? Now, Alex is leading by example. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The staff recognize the boys as volunteers and thank them for their work,â&#x20AC;? Kim says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In a society where children are often made to feel insignificant and told they are too young or little to help, I think Alex really feels important and has a sense of pride in being able to help out and contribute.â&#x20AC;? To see the Kingston Humane Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wish list, to make a donation, Alex Sweeny, friend to animals, or to learn more about volunteering with the KHS, please visit www. hugs his puppy Huxley. Photo/ Kelly Reid. kingstonhumanesociety.ca.

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There is nothing quite like watching the face of a front-line care provider light up when they talk about a new piece of equipment. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s part of the spark that Marion Smith of Picton feels when she sees some of her donations to ophthalmology at Hotel Dieu Hospital being put to good use. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been receiving care for macular degeneration there for 12 years, and NQRZVĂ&#x20AC;UVWKDQGWKHLPSRUWDQFHGRQDWLRQVPDNHWRKDYLQJXSWRGDWHHTXLSPHQW â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are fortunate to have access to the wonderful care that we do,â&#x20AC;? she says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So now I feel that it is my turn to repay them.â&#x20AC;? Marion is one of the many donors who have contributed to an expansion of RSKWKDOPRORJ\ VHUYLFHV RQ WKH VL[WK Ă RRU RI WKH -HDQQH 0DQFH ZLQJ 7KH QHZO\ H[SDQGHGDUHDZDVRIĂ&#x20AC;FLDOO\RSHQHGODVWPRQWK 7KH DGGLWLRQDO Ă&#x20AC;YH WUHDWPHQW URRPV ZHUH XUJHQWO\ QHHGHG 7KH GHPDQG IRU ophthalmology services in our region has tripled in the last 10 years. That means there are 60,000 more patient visits and that growth is expected to continue as many older patients need cataract surgery or other vision-restoring procedures. The local ophthalmology department is the number one choice for Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top medical graduates pursuing careers in ophthalmology and boasts a clinical DQGEDVLFVFLHQFHUHVHDUFKSURJUDPWKDWLVZLQQLQJDZDUGVDQGJUDQWVLQWKHĂ&#x20AC;HOGV of glaucoma, surgical services and post-surgical care. For Marion, it makes good sense to provide those staff members with the best tools to do their jobs. She directs her Millennium-level gift every year to ophthalmology and is also making a legacy gift through a bequest in her will to Kingstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hospitals. ,Q DGGLWLRQ WR FKDULWDEOH GRQDWLRQ EHQHĂ&#x20AC;WV DW WD[ WLPH VKH VD\V WKH ELJJHVW EHQHĂ&#x20AC;WRIJLYLQJLV´WKHZDUPIX]]\IHHOLQJ\RXJHWZKHQ\RXGRQDWHDQG\RXNQRZ that you are helping somebody else.â&#x20AC;? You too can enjoy that feeling with a donation to the University Hospitals Kingston Foundation in support of equipment, care, research and education at one of Kingstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hospitals. Call UHKF at 613.549.5452 or visit www.uhkf.ca for more details.

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Why Visit Riverfront Golf Course? Drive aboard the Wolfe Islander III ferry in downtown Kingston and enjoy your morning coffee, view historic Kingston waterfront as you sail over to Wolfe Island. Follow our golf course signs as you depart the ferry, an easy 10 min. drive across the island brings you to our scenic course along the majestic St. Lawrence river. The 9 hole course plays 3150 yards to the blue tees, is a par 35 made up of 1 par 5. 6 par 4 and 2 par 3. The appealing red tee blocks for the lady golfers play 2227 yards. The McCready family, Ward, Sandra and Eldon, with excellent staff over the 10 years since opening have developed the family riverfront farm into a landscape of natural river beauty with a golf course that views the river from each hole and a chance to see one of the ships of the St. Lawrence seaway passing by.

sq.foot green. The banks of the inlet are lined with field stones with a foot bridge across to the green adding to the beauty of this challenging hole. Large greens with well manicured fairways, numerous flower beds throughout the course adds to the beauty of the natural setting. The cool summer breezes off Lake Ontario make for a great place to play on a hot summer day. The open design offers the perfect opportunity for the novice player to learn the game but challenging enough for the more accomplished.

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Schools are open the week of August 26 to assist you. Classes begin Tuesday, September 3. The Limestone Board offers unique programs for students in the Arts, French Immersion or for the academically advanced. Whether it is our Full-Day Early Learning Kindergarten, Science Fairs, Athletics, or Apprenticeship programs the LDSB offers students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 an education that is enriched, with program choices and activities to complement the provincial curriculum and develop the whole child.

EMC Business - When Susan Thomson first met her son’s daycare provider, Holly Moyes, over 30 years ago, the two never could have imagined they would one day make up the dynamic duo known as “The Goaty Girls”. The so-named bakery can be found Sundays at the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market. All products, including cinnamon rolls, sweet potato buns and more, contain fresh goat milk produced at Thomson’s farm near Bath. “We started out with a few goats as pets,” Thomson explains. “Then we started milking them and making up our own cookies for our family and friends with the goat milk. Then we just decided we really, really enjoyed it and we would like to come to the market and share.” The Goaty Girls use pasteurized, whole goat milk in their all products. Thomson notes that in addition to producing a great taste, the milk has a number of health benefits. “It’s fresh, and it’s nicer for people that are a little bit lactose intolerant because it has a smaller fat module, so it’s easier to digest for people,” she says. “So a lot of people who can’t tolerate regular cheese can tolerate goat milk cheese.” Some of the milk is turned into chevre cheese, which the Goaty Girls sell at the market after flavouring it with sun-dried tomato and chives. “The chevre is a nice spread to put on your crackers, your bagels or whatever,” Thomson says. “It’s also nice to have in salads, which is great for this time of the year. And it’s fresh – it’s only a few days old when we have it here at the

market.” All the baked goods are made by Moyes and her husband, Ted. “I love to bake,” Moyes says. “I always have. When I worked at the daycare, we baked every Friday – always bread or cinnamon buns. Now I don’t work at the daycare anymore, so this gives me a chance to [continue baking].” The sweet potato rolls in particular, she notes, are a very unique item – not to mention extremely popular with customers. “They’re made with goat milk, and then we bake the sweet potatoes and mash them and they go into the rolls,” she explains. “It’s just something different.” Moyes is quick to point out that she couldn’t possibly do all the baking on her own, and that her husband, Ted, is there by her side each Saturday when it’s time to bake everything for the market the next day. Ted makes all the dough, and is the official “drizzler” of the gooey sugar on all the cinnamon buns and twists. “It’s a big job,” Moyes says, noting that last Saturday they were working from 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. “We bake it all out of our house, so the oven can only do so much at a time. And it has to be done the day before so it’s fresh.” Thomson and Moyes remark that it’s wonderful to see so many of the same faces each week, and that they have been developing a regular customer base of people who come by to stock up on their favourite goat milk products every Sunday. “This is our first year at the market, and it’s been wonderful,” Thomson says. “It’s a really nice community, and just the camaraderie among the people in the stalls is awesome too.”

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messing with everyone, and I must say Paxton has a real knack for playing truly nasty villains. 2 Guns is a summer time gem. Mark Haskinsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; column is a regular feature of the EMC.

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up our little shared washstand in our bedroom.  It had to be completely emptied, and washed inside and out.  What a carry-on, just because Aunt Lizzie was coming from Regina! Getting the food ready was a challenge in itself.  Even though Aunt Lizzie was born and bred on that homestead out in Northcote, you would never know she had ever breathed a breath of air from Renfrew County!   There would be no salt pork for breakfast, and certainly pork hocks, and mud pout would never see the light of day all the time Aunt Lizzieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s visit lasted! So as soon as the house was cleaned from top to bottom, Mother set to baking.  The old Findlay Oval was fair jumping, as pie after pie, Johnny cake, and bread puddings were made and stacked in the ice box.  A loaf of store-bought bread, and a real pound of butter replaced what we ate every day of our lives on the farm. Mother, once again, asked Father to please refrain from cooling his tea in his saucer while his sister was here, but her request, I knew, would fall on deaf ears.  As far as Father was concerned, he wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t about to change his habits just because Aunt Lizzie was coming with her high-fallootin airs! Even though Aunt Lizzie caused complete bedlam in our household before and during her visit, I loved when she came from Regina.  She always brought me something special.  One time it was a doll, which, except for its body, was made of china.  Even its little arms and legs were China.   I used to think she was the smartest thing to ever step off the train in Renfrew Station.  She always wore pure white...a white dress in the latest fashion....and a big wide red leghorn hat, and white gloves that went all the way up to her elbow.  And on the outside of those spanking white gloves was a big red glass ring!!  Tiny red patent-leather shoes com-

pleted the outfit. I would marvel at the wealth of our Western cousins.  Didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t her two sons go to university?  And didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t she have a free pass to travel anywhere in the entire country by train.  All because Uncle Jack worked for the CPR. And of course, it was Aunt Lizzie who once or twice a year packed a big wood tea box full of clothes no longer suitable for her sons, and send it off to Renfrew on the train.  It was the hand-me-down box. Now, once again, Aunt Lizzie was coming to visit. Finally, the house was spotless.  We were warned to take our shoes off at the door, not to touch the woodwork which had just been polished, and to make sure our bedrooms were kept spotlessly clean â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a tall order for five rambunctious kids. Aunt Lizzie was to arrive in three days.   We couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be more ready.  Then the phone rang one morning, just after our breakfast.  It was the stationmaster in Renfrew.  There was a telegram from the West.  Mother asked him to read it...no use going all the way into town for bad news, or good news, whatever the case may be.  It was from Aunt Lizzie, and she was so sorry, but her trip had to be cancelled, because Uncle Jack was getting an unexpected award from the CPR, and it was on the very weekend she planned on leaving! They had been given a trip to Calgary.   Her trip would have to wait until the next summer. Mother asked the stationmaster to read it again.  After she hung up the phone, she let out the biggest sigh which I thought could be heard in Douglas!   For supper that night Mother hauled out a pie from the ice box, we all had store-bought bread with real butter, we five kids sat at the table with our shoes on, and there sat Father with his tea in his saucer, cooling it off until it was fit to drink.

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Very nice property close to the river with access to the water just seconds away. This nice updated bungalow on almost acre lot is less than 10 minutes from town just past Treasure Island on HWY#2. Roof is less than a year old, brand new bathroom, refinished hardwood and brand new flooring in kitchen. This is a great place if you want to be close to the water without paying waterfront prices. Call for your private viewing today! MLS® 13605654 – NOW $264,900

Great updated 2 bedroom condo with balcony, in-suite storage and on same floor laundry. Close to st. Lawrence and queens. Refreshed kitchen, flooring, paint and bathroom. Parking, water and sewer included with this well maintained building. Call today for your private viewing! MLS® 13606716 – $134,900

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Excellent location! This 2 story is structurally sound and offers a 132’ deep city lot. Updates include most electrical, shingles, furnace, hwt, and windows. Mutual deeded driveway to rear yard with garage. This home does require cosmetic upgrading.... Has potential to be a 3-4 bedroom rental. Have approved plans for an addition. MLS® 13606355 – $399,900

Waterfront custom built brick bungalow on Collins Lake. South facing heavily treed private lot with 210’ of waterfront. Lots of hardwood and ceramic tiled floors, updated kitchen, living room/dining room with large windows and woodburning fire place. Master bedroom has 2 walk-in closets and an ensuite with a steam shower. Recently finished lower level boasting a huge rec-room, bedroom, den and bathroom. Call today for your private viewing! MLS® 13606256 – $649,900

3 Bedroom 2 storey semi featuring updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, updated 4 piece bathroom and fresh paint and flooring. Patio doors off living room leading to gorgeous fenced, private yard and deck. Main floor laundry, single car garage, double wide paved driveway and gas heat. This one won’t last long, call today for your private viewing! MLS® 13606068 – $204,900

Only 6 minutes from the 401 on Hwy 15 sit this beautiful, freshly painted 2900 sq ft farm house. not only is this house a gem it includes a 51 acre hobby farm. along with a livestock barn that can hold up to 24 cattle, there is a newly renovated out building that has four 10x12 horse stalls, tack room and separate offices and is gas heated. This beautiful home is waiting for its new owners so book your private showing today! MLS® 13605778 – $459,900

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902 ARISTOCRAT BAY LANE Waterfront paradise! Year round living on the water in this beautifully finished bungalow c/w fully self contained in-law suite. Spectacular views of beautiful bass lake. 3 bdrms up (3rd bdrm ideally suited as office).Upper and lower great rms feature large windows with panoramic views of the lake. Relax in the enclosed gazebo near the waters. Approx. 50 Ft dock, boat lift, firepit. Mls #13605715.

682 MILFORD DR. $329,900 2040 SWANFIELD ST. $264,900 Backing onto Ashton Park, 4 bdrms, 2.5 baths, sep. liv rm & din Cute & cozy bung, 3 bdrms, 1 bath, hdwd flrs in great rm & bdrms, rm, open concept kit & fam rm, both w/patio drs to deck & pri- oak kit w/appl incl., great rm w/garden dr to deck & fenced yard, vate yard, lg Mstr & o/s ens, finâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d rec rm. MLS mn flr lndry, c/air, c/vac. MLS Sutton Group-Masters Realty Inc., Brokerage

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3103 Railton Road $399,900

2 Storey Strathcona Park family home, original owner, 4 bedrooms, 1.5 Baths, gleaming hardwood throughout the bedrooms, the living room and dining rooms and the hallways. Some updates but waiting for your finishing touches. Huge backyard with deck, 2 car attached garage and main floor family room with gas fireplace. MLS 13601864

Nearly new, S.Clarke homes built, 3 bedroom 2 bath bungalow located 15 minutes north of the city. Features open concept living with a centerpiece kitchen, island with built in dishwasher and granite counter top, beautiful hardwood floors throughout main living area, vaulted ceilings and gas fireplace. Unfinished basement with walkout. MLS 13604966

 

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Four lots available on North Shore Road. All lots have level access with deep water for dockage. Seller is providing a 40 ft. x 10 ft. dock with each. Three lots are heavily treed and very private. Call John for more info.

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NEW LISTING - 530 PARK ROAD Waterfront log home on varty lake. All year access, excellent condition, new steel roof, new propane furnace, new replacements on front windows. Nice private lot, house in good condition with wrap around deck. All year home, level waterfront. MLS® Directions: North of Camden east turn right on Dewey, left on Desmond, right on Park Road.

811 AUGUSTA DRIVE

Upgraded Caraco Osslington model only 1 year old. Vaulted ceiling in living room, hardwood and tile flooring throughout main floor. Granite counters in kitchen with extended eating bar, undermount sink and oil rubbed bronze faucet. Main and ensuite bathrooms with granite counter tops as well. MLS®

HOWE ISLAND WATERFRONT

49 PICKETTS LANE

160` of shoreline on the bateau channel. This 4,300 sq.Ft. Bungalow has 2 large br`s each with its own ensuite and an open lr, dr, kitchen area with patio and a waterview wrap around deck. There is a 3 br main floor guest or in-law suite that is self contained with a 4 pc bath, kit. And living area that leads to a 33`x10` 3 season florida room. $795,000 MLS® 13601624

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1821 BURBROOK ROAD

Opportunity abounds. Large brick bungalow with separate in-law suite and 2 car insulated attached garage on 12.5 Acres. Bright living room, formal dining room, hardwood floors throughout main level. Bonus - separate 3300 sq.ft. Garage/ workshop with 200 amp service. Excellent opportunity to operate your own business and only minutes to the city. MLS®

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1230 sf custom built new design by Royal Palm Homes, featuring full upgrades, porcelain oversized contemporary tile, maple hardwood floors, spa ensuite with tile shower and glass doors, soaker tub, gorgeous cream maple kitchen with separate eating area walking out to covered 9’ x 21’ deck, 2 car attached garage with carriage doors, fabulous trim package, contemporary bling lights, MLS®

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3 bdrms, 2.5 Baths, 1 car or 2 car garage, main floor laundry, covered front porch, main floor family room as well as formal living, master with ensuite and walk-in closets. All Amberlane homes include stone fronts, large address block, 2 paint colours, basement with bathroom rough in, r20 insulation + electrical ready for drywall. MLS®13605323

3 bdrms, 1.5 baths with optional master ensuite and walk in closet. Main floor boasts large eat-in kitchen with a living and dining open concept, covered front porch and a single attached garage. All Amberlane homes include stone fronts, large address block, 2 paint colours, basement with bathroom rough in, r20 insulation + electrical ready for drywall. MLS®13605335

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4539 WILDLIFE LANE $264,900

4066 MORELAND DIXON RD $499,000

3976 HWY 15 $179,000

Incredible private setting on 2 acres of treed land overlooking Kingston, just North of the City on desirable Cordukes Road. This custom built 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath two storey gem features hardwood floors throughout, over sized double car garage, large gourmet country kitchen, fully finished lower level with in-law suite, spacious Master with ensuite and over sized jet soaker tub, truly a pleasure to show. Call today for your private viewing.

2 bedroom home or cottage, centrally located on scenic Dog Lake with many mature trees and beautiful views of the water. No stairs to be found on this level lot to the waters edge. Generous sized kitchen, and family room, energy efficient forced air Propane furnace, freestanding wood pellet stove on main floor, electrical on breakers, block foundation and lots of good water from drilled well, roof shingles `11, lake intake system. Dog Lake is connected to the Rideau waterway and offers prime boating, fishing, and swimming. Located under 30 minutes from Kingston.

Beautiful three bedroom two storey home just a short drive from Kingston. Only two years old and sitting on a 5.5-acre lot, this home features a large eat-in kitchen open to the living room and fireplace, three car attached garage, large master with ensuite and walk-in closet, hardwood and ceramic flooring. The large family room above the garage currently boasts a synthetic ice-skating rink (seriously!) for the aspiring hockey star in your family. Call today to view this amazing home.

Three bedroom, one and a half storey, with huge detached garage. This spacious home is only a short drive to kingston and just steps from Joyceville Public School. Many upgrades, large principal rooms, two full baths, mature 1.1 Acre lot. Call today for your private viewing.

1078 DUNHAM $564,900

2008 ORMSBEE RD $259,900

2580 HITCHCOCK RD $329,000

1 ASSELTINE RD. $284,900

This Westwoods stone and stucco two-storey is a rare offering, completely updated and surrounded on two sides by Dunham Park. The finest in finishings, featuring hardwood floors, custom kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, four large bedrooms, master with ensuite and hers and his walk-in closets, fully finished basement, double attached garage, main floor laundry, stamped patio with outdoor masonry fireplace in your fully finished rear yard and much more.

Located among the huge trees on a beautiful private lot sits this lovely 3 bdrm bungalow. Featuring a soaring 15’ vaulted ceiling with large bright windows, an open concept living room, kitchen and dining room. This home also features a 3 season room, main floor laundry and a awesome double car garage, with access to the main floor which makes bringing in the groceries so convenient. Enjoy tranquility in the rear yard from the comfort of the large deck.

Large, elevated 3 bedroom bungalow on 10 acres backing onto Colonnade Golf & Country Club. Recent updates include 40 year shingles (2010), new high efficiency gas furnace (2012), exterior & interior doors (2013). Other features include hardwood floors, master with ensuite, large eat in kitchen, fully finished lower level with wet bar, and in law suite with separate entrance. This is an easy 15 minute drive to Kingston. House will also be available with an attached 20x20 2 car garage.

The Pinecrest model by RJM Classic Homes is a modern 1400square foot open concept elevated bungalow with large attached double car garage. Home features 3 generous size bedrooms on the main floor, main floor laundry, Master bdrm with large 3 pc ensuite. Standard features include vaulted ceiling in family room, Patio door off main floor dining room, energy star windows, 30 yr architectural shingles, R50 insulation it attic, knockdown stipple ceiling with boarder, 200 amp electrical. *model shown here with optional walk-out lower level. Home to be built on a large level treed lot on quiet Richie road.

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1055 SANDPIPER LANE, LOUGHBOROUGH LAKE $389,900 MLS® 13606863

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Lovely and affordable 2 sty, 2 bth, 3 bedroom semi-detached home! Kitchen updates include counter, door fronts and hardware. New upper level flooring and some rooms freshly painted. Finished rec room with 3 pc wshrm, private back yard and large deck for entertaining, close to schools, shopping, parks and public transportation. Centennial to Waterloo

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Close to Lake, Marina, New School, Village Stores & Medical, 3 Bedrooms, Roomy Kitchen, Livingroom and Patio Deck, Full basement, In Excellent Condition, Call to View. MLSÂŽ 13606892

Eat-In Kitchen with room to move, 2 bedrooms, Lower Level Rec Room Private Yard, with ramp access and BBQ Deck, close to Child Care Centre Sharbot Lake. MLSÂŽ 13603768

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Looking for a nice quiet neighbourhood close to parks, Lake Ontario and one of the best public schools in Kingston? This lovely Reddendale area 4 bedroom home features 3 full washrooms, recent 600 sq ft master retreat addition with ensuite and walk in closet, updated kitchen, gas fireplace and most windows have been updated. Large 10x28,3 season sunroom overlooking mature back yard. In-Law suite with separate entrance. You will love this home!

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140x107ft. Level Lot, just south of #7, 2 Bedrooms, Open concept, newer bath updated heating system, drilled well & septic - Cheaper than Rent. MLSÂŽ 13605510

Quaint & Cozy Living area, with pellet stove, kitchen boasts extensive counters & cupboards, 2 large bedrooms with strip wood ceilings , renovated bath, screened sitting porch, and beautiful perennial gardens steps from the Mill Pond, Library, & Community Centre. Call today. MLSÂŽ 13606585

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OPEN HOUSE Sunday 2-4TOPM REDUCED SELL $269,000 enjoy theallview Lake Ontario from your $389,900 Large bright brick of bungalow with both levels at park Gourmet like back yard and with deck. This film directors grade. cook`s kitchen extra-large centre island. home is laundry open concept tastefully decorated, has Main floor with large and pantry. King-size master bdrm with ensuite bath, oversized walk in closetgarage plus second closet. Hardwood attached andlarge separate storage and ceramic floors finished lower level has a shed. A must to throughout. view! MLSFully 12606486 large rec-room featuring bdrm, kitchenette, full bath and laundry room. Double garage converted to studio space can easily be 7942 LOYALIST PARKWAY, GREATER NAPANEE converted back to a garage. Driveway paved, wrap around deck, and new front door (2011). MLS® 13605461. WATERVIEW

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749 ASHLEY CRESCENT $342,900 MLS 13606922

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3772 ROUND LAKE RD $314,000 MLS 13605007

301 INDIAN ROAD, $249,900

Tastefully decorated approx. 1200 sq. foot, 3 bedroom bungalow in Strathcona Park is nestled in the trees and is located on a larger corner lot that is 65 x 136 feet, and the tree lined lot provides privacy. Almost all the windows have been replaced (2003). Many upgrades include HRV (approx. 5 years), vinyl siding (approx. 5 years), new air conditioning (2012), owned gas hot water tank (approx. 4 years), and much more. Carpet-free with hardwood throughout dining room/living room and bedrooms. See 301IndianRoad.com for photos and details. MLS® 13606601.

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1175 FRALICK RD $259,000 MLS 13606070

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486 COUNTY ROAD 40 - 3, TRENTON $174,900 MLS 13606107

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122 PURDY ROAD, BATH $169,900 MLS 13606706


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