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Sports – John Leslie is on top of the world. On the heels of two bronze World Cup para-snowboard medals last weekend, the 21-year-old Arnprior District High School graduate capped off this weekend with another bronze, this time at home on Big White outside of Kelowna, B.C., and the official announcement that he’ll be part of Canada’s team at the Paralympics in Sochi, Russia in March. Add to that the fact he’s been featured in sponsor Petro Canada’s commercials, which have been aired during major recent events, including the Grammy awards and the
Golden Globes, and you’ve got one pretty ecstatic young man. “I am feeling super happy,” Leslie said Monday from his temporary home in B.C., where the athlete is training and preparing for the Paralympics. He has put his business studies at Algonquin College temporarily on hold. He spoke to the Chronicle-Guide between training and physiotherapy Jan. 27. “The bronze medal at home felt really, really good,” said Leslie, who is in his first year on the World Cup circuit and just last weekend won his first IPC World Cup medals, two bronze, at Copper Mountain, U.S. See HOMETOWN, Page 3
Gold medalist Clara Hughes’ Big Ride to stop in Arnprior News – Canadian Olympic hero Clara Hughes is coming to Arnprior. Arnprior will be one of 95 communities to host a stop-over on Hughes’ cross-country Big Ride for Bell Let’s Talk to promote awareness of mental health issues. Arnprior residents will be invited to line the streets to welcome Clara into the community on the evening of June 30. She will be the special guest at a
community barbecue and celebration in Robert Simpson Park. Hughes, who was Canada’s Olympic flag-bearer in the Vancouver Olympics, will be seen off on the morning of July 1, appropriately with the annual Canada Day Bike Parade. For more information on the Arnprior Big Ride event, visit www.arnprior.ca. See HUGHES, Page 7
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Winning a bronze medal at Big White this past weekend was an incredible experience, said Paralympic snowboarder John Leslie. ments and experiences.â€? And even with success, the sport and associated costs are expensive. Leslie thanks all those who have supported him on his journey, including Neil Slater and Arnprior Home Hardware, where he is employed. Those wishing to support him can do so through a Paypal account on his website or through correspondence to his parentsâ€™ home at 134 Maple Key Private, Ottawa, Ont., K1T 2E0. CANADIAN TEAM
The Petro Canada commercials caused quite a stir. â€œI guess itâ€™s my 15 minutes of fame,â€? he laughed. â€œPetro Canada helped me out huge with funding, which was awesome,â€? said Leslie. â€œItâ€™s fun. Iâ€™m enjoying all the mo-
Three Canadian para-snowboarders were nominated to the team that will compete at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. Para-snowboard was ofďŹ cially added to the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games in May 2012 after years of effort on the part of Canada Snowboard and the snowboarding commu-
nity. Leslie is quick to voice his support for his teammates and said he enjoyed their Big White successes, as well. â€œEveryone was killing it,â€? he said. â€œIt was great to see. Itâ€™s really great to see the group progress.â€? Head coach for the team is Candice Drouin of Banff, Alta. Joining Leslie is Tyler Mosher of Whistler and Ian Lockey of Trail B.C. Another team member may be added following world cup competition in Spain. â€œEveryone at Canada Snowboard is really excited for the announcement of the athletes today and weâ€™ve got a mix of older veterans who are bringing a wealth of experience to the team and a younger athlete as well, who brings great youthful enthusiasm,â€? said head coach Drouin at Sundayâ€™s nomination. â€œWe are really looking forward to going back to Sochi. We had a great test event there last season. â€œOur athletes are excited to showcase the sport and their skills to the world and itâ€™s a great opportunity for para-athletes to build awareness so more people with a disability can learn about taking part in our sport.â€?
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â€œCongratulations to the para-snowboarding athletes who have been chosen to represent Canada at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games,â€? said Minister of State Sport Bal Gosal. â€œYou are an enormous source of pride for all Canadians and you serve as inspiring role models of sportsmanship, determination, and motivation for our children and youth.â€? The Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games will take place March 7 to 16. CBC will also provide highlights from the event.
Leslie has worn a prosthetic leg since being treated for cancer at age 10 and was an accomplished member of the ADHS ski/ snowboard team. He canâ€™t say enough about the messages of support heâ€™s been receiving. â€œThank you everyone. The amount of messages, emails and texts is crazy. My social media has been blowing up,â€? he said. â€œIt means the world to me.â€? His message for supporters back home in Arnprior? â€œI just want everyone to know Iâ€™m still the local hometown guy.â€? Leslie appreciates the community support that has been ever-present in his life. â€œI love Arnprior,â€? he said. â€œA lot of people have your back. When I was sick and had cancer and wasnâ€™t sure whether I was going to walk, they were there. I know they have my back, through good time and bad times.â€? Next up is ongoing training and then the last world cup competition in La Molina, Spain, before the Paralympics. â€œIâ€™m feeling healthy and strong,â€? said Leslie. He attributes his success partly to being ďŹ rmly prepared for competition. â€œI think for sure itâ€™s that we made all the right steps this year,â€? he said. â€œI left for Whistler earlier than usual. Iâ€™ve had good off-snow workouts combined with on-snow time. Iâ€™ve been on snow since Nov. 6.â€?
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News â€“ Doug Smith is making another run for a spot on Arnprior council. Smith has announced that he was intending to file his nomination papers to run for a councillor position on Wednesday (Jan. 29), which was his 55th birthday. â€œI am ready to serve and I am offering my services as councillor to represent the people of Arnprior at the next council table,â€? he said in a prepared statement. In his first attempt, Smith ran for mayor in 2010 and finished fourth with 321 votes. He is running on a platform of bringing more development and commercial enterprises, including big box stores, to town. Thatâ€™s the best way to reduce municipal taxes, he maintains. â€œResidents are demanding jobs, big box stores and reduced taxation in their own home town.â€? He has shown great interest in council activities since moving to town half a dozen years ago and most recently made a presentation to a council budget session, urging the giving of McNab-Braeside residents a break for at least this year on the out-of-town recreation surcharge to keep them coming to town and patronizing local businesses. Smith pointed out that his 20 years of military service to Canada (heâ€™s a Gulf War veteran), his many years as a private business owner, and 36 years as a husband and father â€œto a great familyâ€? has taught him many things. Among them are that trust and credibility are earned through actions not words, he said. â€œAnd always wear something under my kilt â€Ś shoes,â€? he quipped.
Doug Smith is singing a pro-box store, low-taxes song as he seeks a position on Arnprior council. â€œI might be a stubborn Aquarius Scotsman, but I fell in love with Arnprior,â€? he said. â€œI am not shy to fight for the much-needed jobs and big box stores. I led the yes campaign for the zoning change on our new highway and we won, despite the extended delays and studies demanded by the previous council. â€œI want to finish the job that I started. Knock on the doors of big business and manufacturers and let them know Arnprior is open for business.â€? Smith, the former owner of Citadel Crafts in the downtown, said more business means more jobs, less tax,
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â€œI hope that my actions in the past, fighting for change in Arnprior and in the future will speak louder than words.â€? The only other candidate to file to run for council as of Tuesday was incumbent councillor Dan Lynch. However, council members Walter Stack, Lynn Grinstead and Ted Strike have indicated they will be running again, while Mayor David Reid has indicated he will make up his mind in March.
Town budget to be approved earlier than first planned News â€“ Arnprior council has decided that it will aim to pass this yearâ€™s town budget in a special meeting on Thursday, Feb. 13 instead of their regular meeting of Feb. 24 as earlier advertised. The change, which was to be approved at a special council meeting Tuesday afternoon (after press deadline), was recommended because several council members and key town staff members will be away Feb. 24 at the annual Rural Ontario Municipalities Association/Good Roads conference. Arnprior is sending a delegation to the conference in Toronto to support its stand on the new OPP funding model that it hopes will give
town taxpayers a break on policing costs starting next year. Council has scheduled special 5 p.m. public meetings at town hall on Feb. 11 and 12 to go over the budget. The meeting on Feb. 13, now to pass the operating and capital budgets, would also be held at 5 p.m. if approved. Council was also scheduled to discuss at the Jan. 28 meeting a proposed allocation of $25,000 to go toward a recruitment incentive in the effort to attract new doctors to town. The plan is to pre-approve the spending prior to the budgetâ€™s passing, with $20,000 coming from the operating budget and $5,000 from reserves or the 2013 surplus.
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Tragic fire reminder fire prevention a shared responsibility: Okum News - The recent news depicting the tragic retirement home fire that occurred in Lâ€™Isle-Verte, Quebec has left many people asking how such a heart-wrenching event could happen, says Arnprior fire chief John Okum. There are so many questions needing so many answers, he noted. Thorough investigations and inquiries will likely be the focus for many agencies to help uncover the cause and find ways to help prevent future events, he said. â€œCould such a catastrophic fire occur in Ontario and more specifically, in our community? How can this substantial loss of life and property be prevented?â€? In a statement Tuesday, Okum said it is crucial to recognize the fact that fire can occur anywhere to anyone at any time. Lessening the risk and engaging in preventative measures is everyoneâ€™s responsibility, he stressed. â€œAs a society, we must accept the fact that our community, like many communities includes buildings that are constructed of combustible construction materials and are subject to the effects of fire. Buildings are being built closer together, greater in size and in height. OCCUPANT LOADS
â€œMany residential, care and treatment and assembly buildings accommodate considerable occupant loads, which may include people with varying physical and cognitive needs, affecting their ability to independently evacuate in a speedy and effective manner.â€? Okum pointed out that in Ontario all new buildings are required to be constructed in conformance with the Ontario Building Code, a provincial document designed to provide a minimal level of structural, fire and life safety. When constructing a building, owners are not limited to the requirements of the building code and can always exceed the minimum requirements at their discretion, he added. The Ontario Fire Code is a complementary document to the Ontario Building Code and
is a regulation to ensure owners maintain their building in a condition that provides minimal standards. The fire chief noted that Ontario is the first province to make automatic sprinklers mandatory in care homes for seniors, homes for people with disabilities and vulnerable Ontarians. Mandatory sprinklers are part of amendments to the Fire Code and Building Code that will improve fire safety in these occupancies. IMPROVEMENTS
Other improvements include: â€˘ self-closing doors; â€˘ enhanced fire inspections and staff training; â€˘ annual validation of fire safety plans by local fire services. Okum explained that the amendments are based on recommendations made by the Technical Advisory Committee led by the Office of the Fire Marshal, with public consultation. All licensed retirement homes and most private care facilities will have up to five years to install the mandatory sprinklers. Some care and treatment facilities, including public long-term care homes, will have an 11 year phase-in period to coincide with redevelopment plans scheduled to be completed by 2025. PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
Property and building owners are responsible for their buildings and the care of people occupying them, said Okum. Compliance with requirements as set out in the Ontario Building and Fire Codes are essential to ensure a minimal level of safety, he stressed. â€œThe Arnprior Fire Department provides fire prevention services and can help provide professional advice with inquiries and concerns anyone may have with regard to fire and life safety in buildings. The province of Ontario has placed statutory responsibilities onto municipalities to enforce the building and fire codes.â€? Examples of measures that
building owners can take to mitigate the risk and effects from a fire: â€˘ ensure all building code and fire code requirements are met; â€˘ all fire protection systems are operating, tested and maintained; â€˘ fire safety plans are developed, submitted to the fire department for approval and implemented once approved; â€˘ occupants are made aware of and educated on all procedures and building systems; â€˘ regular fire drills are conducted; â€˘ adequate staff is provided and personnel are trained on their responsibilities in an emergency. Okum noted that building occupants also have responsibilities and contribute to the overall fire and life safety of the building. ENSURE SAFETY
Some examples that occupants can take to ensure safety for themselves and others: â€˘ know the building, all primary and alternate exits and the meeting location; â€˘ become familiar with the fire protective systems in the building and their function; â€˘ participate in fire drills and never ignore an active fire alarm signal; â€˘ follow all safety rules and regulations; â€˘ common corridors and stairwells are designed for safe exiting of all occupants and should be kept clear of storage and personal belongings; â€˘ report all fire and safety concerns to the building owner; â€˘ never disable or hinder the proper operation of a fire protective system in the building. Arnprior, like many municipalities provide volunteer fire protection services. Although these firefighters are volunteer, they have the same training and competency as career firefighters, said Okum, â€œAvailability and response of a volunteer fire department differs from a career department and should be a consideration when reflecting on fire safety in a community. Through public education,
code compliance, and installation of fire protection systems, the impacts from fire can be mitigated to keep our community safer from the effects of fire.â€?
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Massage therapist faces charges Tip leads to child Arnprior OPP look into situation after complaint made pornography charge for Arnprior man News – An unlicensed massage therapist faces several charges of sexual assault after a complaint was made to Arnprior OPP recently. When the OPP investigated, other complainants came forward. Police say they believe there may be even more victims in the case and are urging them to contact the OPP. An Arnprior OPP officer who received the first complaint has been put in charge of the case. Police conducted an investigation after receiving a complaint of inappropriate touching as a result of a massage. The complainant contacted the OPP in Arnprior after a craniosacral therapy session with the unlicensed practitioner. During the investigation by the Renfrew OPP detachment, several
other victims reported similar experiences with the therapist. As a result a 61-year-old North Algona-Wilberforce Township man was arrested and charged with eight counts of sexual assault. He was released from custody at a bail hearing on a recognizance with conditions. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call OPP Constable Tamara Dube at the Arnprior detachment at 613-6233131. The OPP is encouraging members of the public to be very aware of their rights when seeking therapy for treatment. • Ask if the person is licensed and through whom. • Ask if there is a governing body or agency overseeing their practice. • Understand the elements that are
required for consent to treatment. • Understand the treatment proposed. • Consent must be informed and voluntary. • Consent must not be obtained through misrepresentation or fraud. • Question any proposed treatment that does not make logical sense. • Ensure appropriate disrobing and draping practices are used. • Do not tolerate any inappropriate comments or conversations that may be interpreted as seductive, sexually demeaning or abusive. • If at any time during your treatment you become uncomfortable, voice your concerns and request the session end should you so wish. For more information on your rights, consult with the Health Care Consent Act.
News – An Arnprior man is in custody after being charged with possessing child pornography. His arrest came after a tip from the public led to a raid on a home and a storage facility in town. The OPP reports that members of its Child Sexual Exploitation Unit and Renfrew OPP officers arrested the 56-year-old Arnprior man Tuesday, Jan. 14 following a child pornography investigation. Earlier that day, police executed search warrants at the home and storage facility. The say the raids came after they received information that an indi-
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OPP report they seized two computers and related computer equipment that contained images of child sexual abuse. The Arnprior man was charged with one count of possession of child pornography. He made a first court appearance in Pembroke Jan. 21. He was remanded in custody and made a second appearance in court Tuesday (after press deadline). OPP say the investigation is continuing.
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NOTICE OF THE PASSING OF BY-LAW NUMBER 6296-14 DEVELOPMENT CHARGES TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Arnprior passed a Municipal-Wide Roads and Related Development Charges By-law Number 6296-14 on the 13th day of January, 2014 under section 2(1) of the Development Charges Act, 1997, S.O., 1997 c.27; AND TAKE NOTICE that any person or organization may appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board under Section 14 of the Act, in respect of the development charge by-law, by filing with the Clerk of the Town of Arnprior on or before the 21st day of February, 2014 a notice of appeal setting out the objection to the by-law and the reasons supporting the objection.
News – The OPP is seeking people interested in a career in call-taking, dispatch and civilian data entry. Applications are being accepted from men and women open to civilian employment in a Provincial Communications Centre and looking at the OPP as a future employer. Thirty chosen applicants will be invited to a two-day ‘Calling out for Communicators’ symposium March 1920 in Orilla. During the event, in-depth presentations,
mentoring sessions and an on-location tour of the Orillia Provincial Communications Centre will provide a behind-the-scenes look at frontline and specialized policing services. Participants will stay at the OPP Academy. The application deadline is Thursday, Feb. 16 at midnight. Those looking for an exciting career opportunity can obtain information and the application on the OPP website at PCC Symposium 2014 at www.opp.ca.
The schedule of development charges imposed by the by-law, which came into effect on January 13, 2014 is as follows:
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The by-law contains additional schedules B-2, B-3, B-4 and B-5 representing the phase in with the 2nd step effective January 14, 2015, third step effective January 14, 2016, fourth step effective January 14, 2017, and fifth step effective January 15, 2018. No key map has been provided as the by-law applies to all lands located within the Town of Arnprior. A copy of the complete by-law is available for examination at the Town of Arnprior Municipal Office, 105 Elgin Street West, Arnprior, ON K7S 0A8 during regular business hours (weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) excluding statutory holidays.
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We are pleased to announce that the Town of Arnprior is once again looking for nominations from members of the community who represent outstanding volunteerism and community involvement. Each year we celebrate the many wonderful citizens who give of their time and talent to make Arnprior the great place that it is! So we encourage you to please nominate a deserving individual or organization in one of the following categories:
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News – In face of questions by ratepayers about the future of recreation in McNab-Braeside now that agreements with Arnprior and Renfrew have ended, township mayor Mary Campbell has again stressed that “nothing is not an option.” In her mayor’s report delivered at the Jan. 7 council meeting, Campbell said the township has several options regarding spending on recreation, but it has to provide some sort of service. Comments and questions by the Residents for Reading and Recreation, who submitted a petition appealing to the township to rethink the elimination of agreements, cannot be ignored, she said. Other residents are also speaking out about recreation. For example, Rhoddys Bay Association president Gary Scholl has written an open letter (see Page 8) asking how the township will be able to afford providing its own rink services. Campbell said all councillors are “grappling” with how to interpret the results of the residents’ petition and the township’s won survey, as well as the township’s obligations under the Municipal Act and the province’s Healthy Communities directive. She said it would appear the residents survey indicates a signiﬁcant number of ratepayers, over 50 per cent, support boosting municipal taxes by six or seven per cent to continue funding the recreation agreements. That rise, along with other budgetary pressures that the township will be unable to avoid, could lead to dou-
ble-digit increases, she warned. “While I remain concerned about the impact on McNab-Braeside households, I recognize that although I might not be willing to lead McNab-Braeside into double-digit tax increases, residents might well be willing to lead me.” Just as 2015 is likely to be the year of the ‘police service charges swelling the municipal budget, 2014 could be the year for increased recreation spending, she said. The question is: “So how much should council plan to spend?” While a library card remains affordable for almost all residents, recreation programming in other municipalities is not ﬁnancially possible for all taxpayers, she said Campbell noted that one option is to help residents pay for their recreation costs, along the lines of helping the township’s library users. Based on last year’s budget, that would mean an outlay of about $54 a resident. People would receive a rebate on the presentation of receipts for accepted recreation programs. SPECIFIC REBATES
Another option is limit the rebates to youth and seniors, as suggested earlier by Coun. Aldene Styles. That would boost the average allotment to about $145. A third option would be to use the Renfrew non-resident charge of $140 per person. That would leave an estimated $14,000 for township-generated recreation programs. The township could also use the full $410,000 to fund speciﬁc recre-
ation programs council feels are important and worthy. Campbell gave as an example, EXCEL, a pool therapy program designed to improve mobility in arthritis sufferers. A township subsidy could make it affordable for everyone who wants to take it, she said. She also suggested McNab-Braeside could partner with minor hockey in sponsoring an entry level program. In her report, Campbell suggested council adopt a policy that ensures residents of some immediate ﬁnancial support for recreation initiatives, The seniors-youth option is worth considering, she said. In the interest of developing a model pilot, staff should be directed to investigate and report with business cases including level of township participation, on speciﬁc programs including Excel, minor hockey for Council review and consideration during 2014 budget deliberations, she added. She recommend that additional recreation programming funds be reserved to give the recreation committee time for consideration and implementation throughout this year. She stressed that plans and decisions regarding McNab-Braeside recreation programming had to adhere to the Healthy Communities directive and the Canada Sport4Life framework. “Given McNab-Braeside’s conscious alignment with both provincial and federal directives, that staff be directed to investigate grant programs that assist in funding both existing and future initiatives,” she concluded.
News – There’ll be another kick at the can for Arnprior’s Business Improvement Association. After inclement weather likely affected attendance at a Jan. 6 meeting at which members were to vote on the future of the downtown business association, there will be another chance to keep the organization alive, and fewer votes will be needed. Council agreed with Mayor David
Reid Jan. 13 that it may be unreasonable to achieve the 50 members required to vote in favour of keeping the BIA alive. Multiple properties or businesses being owned by the same individual or company is a factor in numbers of votes, he said. Council voted Jan. 27 to lower the number of votes required to 25. Members are encouraged to attend a meeting Monday, Feb. 10 at 8 a.m. at the Arnprior Public Library to vote on the future of the BIA.
Town seeks award nominations News – Know anyone in Arnprior who deserves to be recognized for the community involvement? The Town of Arnprior is seeking public nominations of community members for three awards: Senior of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Town Award. Nominees should be volunteers with a record of outstanding community involvement. If you know a “wonderful citizen” who shares his/her time and talent to make Arnprior a great place, the town wants to hear about it. Nomination forms are available at Arnprior Town Hall or on the town’s website at www.arnprior.ca. The deadline for nominations is Friday, Feb. 14.
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Scenic drive up the rail corridor It seems far-fetched, but using the abandoned Canadian Pacific rail bed as a way to save road costs in the Upper Ottawa Valley should at least be discussed. The clearing for the next stage of Highway 417 past Arnprior has begun in earnest, moving past Scheel Drive in the past week. Itâ€™s a welcome sight, because for a time it appeared the four-laning of Highway 17 to Renfrew wouldnâ€™t become a reality for many years. However, itâ€™s apparent the next phase of the four-lane highway will soon be completed deep into the centre of McNab-Braeside, making that townshipâ€™s dreams of a village hub near the Calabogie Road turn-off much more likely. However, once the four-laning reaches Renfrew, itâ€™s likely the project will slow down dramatically, despite appeals from the County of Renfrew that itâ€™s crucial for economic development up the Valley. The crossing of the Bonnechere River wonâ€™t come cheaply and there is still the thorny question of which side of Jeffreyâ€™s and Muskrat Lake the highway should go. The Ministry of Transportation wonâ€™t be relishing get involved in that controversy. With this in mind, perhaps the contention of a Rodney Gutzman of the Deep River area isnâ€™t so outlandish. Gutzman has been sending letters to newspapers and area politicians urging them to consider using the abandoned rail bed as a road instead of lobbying for the four-laning of
Highway 17 north of Renfrew. He maintains using the railway corridor as a route for cars would be, in most areas, cheaper, easier, safer and quicker than building another two lanes alongside the existing highway. The rail line route was chosen because it was the fastest way to go up the Valley, he noted. â€œIt will be a scenic, separated joy to drive and with no oncoming traffic.â€? Not only would turning the rail right-ofway into a road save the taxpayers money, it could be completed past Pembroke in two years, he maintains. Although itâ€™s more likely the rail-line will be turned into a recreation trail rather than a highway, the road idea should at least be raised in deliberations. The corridor was built to move people up and down the Valley. The best case scenario would have been for the rail lines to stay put so they could be used for commuter, tourist and business use when the rising price of gas starts seriously eroding the affordability of truck and car transportation. But itâ€™s too late for that now. So maybe we shouldnâ€™t be making any rash decisions about what to do with the corridor and instead begin serious discussions about its future taking all options into consideration. After all, with all the straight stretches and without all the hills, it might make an ideal future route for motorists when the majority are driving electric cars.
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Donâ€™t make people travel out-of-town When is township to shop; not too late for retail changes getting its new rink? To the Editor: A follow-up to an article in this weekâ€™s paper (letter, ChronicleGuide, Jan. 23) concerning WalMart. I, for one, believe it is not too late to make changes in retail business in Arnprior. Having worked in retail for large food stores for several years, and my wife still working in retail, we know
the value of easy access and convenience shopping. We are among the Arnprior citizens who have to travel distance to get what we need. Actions and delays resulting in the loss of Smart Centreâ€™s offer to come to Arnprior was shortsighted on the part of the previous council. They did not take into account the large number of jobs it would have created, the tax revenue for the town
and the convenience for the citizens of Arnprior. With the amount of new homebuilding in Arnprior, I believe the one sure way to guarantee quick development and occupancy is to bring in new retail opportunities so people donâ€™t have to travel outside of town. R. Delorme Arnprior
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To the Editor: Mayor Campbell, could you tell me when our new rink will be ready so my grandchildren can skate and what percentage will our taxes go up to fund this rink, as I would like to announce this at our next Rhoddys Bay meeting, as I am sure that the
constituents of the area will be glad to see your figures and timeline for the new rink and the tax increase that comes along with that. Please advise. Gary Scholl, president Rhoddys Bay Association
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Is feeding birds good or bad? Lifestyle - Each winter I receive questions concerning birdfeeders and feeding birds. Some ask: “What seeds are best to feed?” Other questions are of a different nature, such as: “Does feeding in winter make some birds stay that would otherwise migrate south?” Or: “If I stop feeding birds, will they starve?” As I write this column, it is cold and sunny and there is a lot of activity at my birdfeeders. My ‘suet’ (bricks of peanut butter, lard, oats and corn meal, with sunflower seeds, cracked corn, with imbedded and raisins) has Downy, Hairy, and Red-bellied woodpeckers competing with Black-capped Chickadees and White-breasted Nuthatches. The feeders holding sunflower seeds (some have striped, others have black sunflower) are being visited by Blue Jays and more chickadees, while the cracked corn and white millet scattered on the ground and little tables are being devoured by hordes of Dark-eyed Juncos, Mourning Doves, and American Tree Sparrows. A single White-crowned Sparrow, three White-throated Sparrows and a pair of Northern Cardinals are making brief appearances. My nyger feeders, even though they are filled to the brim, remain largely ignored; only a couple of the many American Goldfinches here earlier this winter are still present. I have found that the mixture of foods described above provides the best results because different species have different food preferences. Of all seeds, black (oil) sunflower seems to be the most universally eaten. But what are the effects of feeding birds? I think my nyger feeders tell the story. Last year, I couldn’t keep them filled because redpolls
were cleaning them out daily. A few years ago, goldfinches along with redpolls did the same. Even though those feeders have been kept filled since fall, they didn’t stop goldfinches from migrating, nor did they entice redpolls to come down from the north. For the most part, birdfeeders attract resident birds that have natural sources of food, or birds visiting here because of a lack of food up north. For most birds, our offerings are not their sole source of food but simply a supplemental source. But there is one type of feeding can be detrimental. It has become popular for photographers to buy mice from pet stores and throw them out on the snow to entice owls to fly in close for photographs. They argue this is the same as feeding birds in backyards. But actually it is quite different. Birds of prey are usually
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Quiz to entertain at naturalists meeting Lifestyle – The February meeting of the Macnamara Field Naturalists Club will feature the much anticipated Great Naturalist’s Quiz. Club president Michael Runtz will be giving the quiz at the meeting Tuesday, Feb. 4. The naturalists meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Arnprior Curling Club.
The annual quiz is a creative way for both club members and the public to learn about local natural history and be entertained at the same time. Those attending will be divided into teams of novices, experts and everyone in between so that all can enjoy the experience.
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CCAC CEO Gilles Lanteigne. “Caregivers are at the heart of our community and make it possible for people to live in their homes with dignity. “This is our fourth year of working with the Champlain community to organize the awards and we’re really looking forward to another event rewarding and celebrating great people and the special things they do for others.” Awards ceremony will be held in Otttawa April 1, Cornwall April 2 and Pembroke April 3, each from 4 to 5:30 p.m. For more information, visit http://healthcareathome.ca/champlain/en. R001255393
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Cold weather warning issued News â€“ How cold has it been? Cold enough for the Renfrew County and District Health Unit to issue a cold weather health warning for the ďŹ rst time in memory. What has made the cold snap unusual is its length. With the several days of lows near -30Â°C and colder with the wind chill last week and now this Tuesday and Wednesday, it is being called the longest bout of cold weather to hit this area for three decades. â€œVery cold weather increases the risk of hypothermia and frostbite, which can cause serious injury,â€? warned Renfrew County Medical OfďŹ cer of Health, Dr. Maureen Carew in a news alert. She encourages everyone to be careful, especially those who are more likely to be af-
fected by cold weather. Older people, infants and young children, people with chronic illnesses, disabilities or circulation problems need to be extra careful. Also outdoor workers, people taking part in outdoor sports and those without proper housing or transportation are at risk because of their increased exposure to the cold. During cold weather, people should take the following precautions, says the health unit: â€˘ wear layers of warm dry clothing including a hat, mitts, and a layer to block the wind; â€˘ drink warm non-alcoholic, non-caffeinated beverages; â€˘ cover exposed skin surfaces when outdoors; â€˘ maintain a heated environment of around 20oC/ 68oF; â€˘ be aware of how your
medications, or health conditions may increase your risk; â€˘ be aware of the early signs of frostbite and hypothermia; â€˘ be aware of the dangers of using an oven or space heater as a heating device. With the very cold temperatures, the Health Unit is encouraging residents to check on neighbours and friends who are isolated, disabled, living alone or at risk of coldrelated injury. Let someone know where you are going and when you plan to return and to be aware that space heaters can pose a risk when not used correctly. For more information, call the health unit at 1-800-2671097, ext. 545, or visit Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and Environment Canada websites.
Will our Willie see his shadow? News â€“ With frigid temperatures continuing this week, it would be hard to believe that the end of winter is around the corner. However, that could be the signal Sunday, Feb. 2 if the Goshen Goundhog or White Lake Willie are brave enough to come out of their burrows and not see their shadows. According to legend, if it is cloudy when they emerge from their burrows on Groundhog
Day, then spring will come early. If it is sunny, the groundhogs will see their shadows and retreat back into their burrows. That is supposed to mean the winter weather will continue for six more weeks, which will make the organizers of the Braeside (Feb. 8), White Lake (Feb. 22) and Fitzroy winter carnivals (Feb. 27-March 2) happy, along with those looking after ice ďŹ shing derbies and snowmobile poker runs.
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New Health Link to improve care for ‘complex’ patients in Arnprior New - Patients with complex needs in the ArnpriorKanata-Stittsville area will soon beneﬁt from more coordinated care and better transitions between community health care partners through the establishment of the Arnprior and West Ottawa Health Link. A news release Monday announces that the Health Link will be led by Arnprior Regional Health. It will work on the project with many of the other health service providers in the area, including primary care physicians, community based services, family health teams, the Community Care Access Centre, long term care homes and other hospitals
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News – The Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU) mentioned Arnprior hospital as one of its examples when it made a presentation last week urging the provincial government not to close or downsize rural hospitals. Meanwhile, local members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) have started an online petition as part of their campaign to get six beds at Arnprior District Memorial Hospital back in use. The presentation Jan. 22 by OCHU president Michael Hurley maintained that “broad health policy shifts” are resulting in the moving of hospital surgeries and procedures from smaller community hospitals to city facilities, including private clinics. That will compound the service cuts made in the last few years and “severely impact the viability” of smaller hospitals in
“de-staffed,” claims CUPE Local 2198, which started its campaign several months ago when Hurley visited Arnprior to throw his support behind the effort. In the last several months there have been “countless people” in overload beds in the busy ER department because hospital administration refuses to hire enough staff to open up the six beds, claims the union As a result, patients are being shipped out of town to other hospitals while jobs important to the economy of Arnprior and area go unﬁlled, it adds. “Administration are still keeping these beds closed when ONLINE PETITION they openly committed to the community that they would be Meanwhile, the online peti- opened if and when required,” tion urging Arnprior Regional says the preamble urging supHealth CEO Eric Hanna and its port for the petition. board of directors to “reopen “We need to protect everyour hospital beds” has attracted thing we have here at home, and 225 supporters with organizers we need to do this vigorously.” hoping to reach 300. The petition is online and has The community “needs” the a Facebook link. six hospital beds that have been ARH ofﬁcials maintain the money saved EMERGENCY 24H SERVICE from destaffing the beds has been re-allocated to programs that allow patients to be treated more efﬁciently and caringly in their homes and the community. LET US CLEAR YOUR HAZARDOUS TREES If patients are BEFORE MOTHER NATURE DOES! sent out of town, r5SFF%JTNBOUMJOH3FNPWBMr#SVTIJOH$IJQQJOH they usually need r'JSFXPPEm#VZ4UBOEJOH5JNCFSr4ISVC)FEHF5SJNNJOH1SVOJOH specialist care r)ZESP-JOF3JHIU"XBZ$MFBSJOHr-PU$MFBSJOH not available in Arnprior, they add.
eastern Ontario, including those in Arnprior, Perth and Smiths Falls, he said. Hurley was speaking to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs at the Ontario budget consultation sessions in North Bay. He said the threat to rural hospitals is real, noting a recent reorganization will result in the closing of ﬁve small hospital in the Niagara region. “The movement of surgeries and procedures to private clinics will be much more costly and result in higher death rates,” he argued. “It will lead to smaller community hospital closures and open the door to corporate delivery of these procedures.” Hurley maintained that Ontario health policy also “exploits personal support workers (PSWs) as sweatshop labour in an under-resourced home care system, leading to a 60 per cent annual turnover in caregivers and is unsustainable.” R0012525763
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News – OPP report a thief entered several lockers at the Nick Smith Centre in Arnprior on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18. The criminal struck between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m., stealing cash from several victims. OPP Constable Tony Gardiner is continuing to investigate. It was one of 146 calls for service the Renfrew OPP detachment, which includes Arnprior, responded to last week. Included were 11 domestic disputes. One man was charged with assault with a weapon, careless use of a firearm, and uttering threats and assault. Another man was charged with breach of and undertaking and trespass by night. MCIMPAIRED
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Artist uses natural inspiration to bring outdoors inside David Johnston
Lifestyle - When Susan Lamendeau puts brush to canvas, she is channelling to her inherent love of nature. The Stewartville resident has been drawing and painting off and on her entire life, but in recent years has come into her own unique style. As a child growing up in the Matawa area, Lamendeau liked to draw and sketch. While attending a one-room school as a youngster, she drew a picture from one the teacher was using to instruct the older students. “My teacher was blown away that I could draw so well at such a young age. I guess it was something that just came naturally to me. I always thought that I should be able to draw what I see.” As a teenager, she spent hours creating likenesses of her favourite rock stars and other figures to her interest. Those youthful pastimes gave way to raising a family and Lamendeau put her art aside. Then one day, soon after moving to Stewartville 11 years ago, she found the time and a reason to create art again. “I started a perennial garden and took pictures of the plants as they bloomed,” she recalls. “I decided to bring the beautiful colours indoors and that started me painting. God’s creations are pretty exciting subjects.” Though her natural talents immediately aided her in creating art, Lamendeau decided to study techniques so that she could better express herself and reflect the images she wanted to display. She took lessons from her sister-in-law, not-
Artist Susan Lamendeau of Stewartville creates images of what she sees in nature. She works mostly in oils. ed area artist Margaret Lamendeau, and appreciated the guidance and support she received. “Margaret is more than an inspiration to me,” says Susan. “She has helped me so much by sharing her ideas and talent.” Some of Susan’s early work was done in acrylics, a medium she has since passed on in favour of oil paints. “Acrylic is great because it is fast,” she says.
“You can literally start and finish a painting in a day. The paint dries fast. I like the colours of oils and how you can use them better now.” She says acrylic paints are not as costly as oil, but tend to be consumed in greater quantities which ultimately can cost more than using oil. “Oil is more expensive and time consuming, but the oil paint can go farther and can be used
in more ways than acrylic.” Susan estimates she has created more than 50 paintings in the last decade, many of which adorn the walls of her home. The larger-than-life canvases are alive with the bright colours of nature, flowers, animals and birds. To create paintings with the right dimension and perspective, Susan sometimes creates a grid or works from a sketch. “Nature is my inspiration. I love to put colour on canvas. I have learned a lot over the years, and I believe the technical training has helped me to improve my art. Sometimes I still am amazed at what I create. One minute it just looks like ‘yuk’, and then it comes together as a painting. It is a natural gift.” Lately she has started to paint portraits of her grandchildren. “I have always been good a drawing people,” she admits. “I started with one grandchild and now it looks like I will continue to paint the rest.” Susan’s siblings and children have also demonstrated artistic talents, though they have branched out in other directions. “I guess you could say art is in our genes. We are all creating in one way or another.” Susan says she might dabble with pottery and stained glass as well. “It all intrigues me. I find art to be relaxing and fulfilling. I truly enjoy it.” Susan admits that painting is a time-consuming and somewhat costly hobby, but it’s all worth it in the end. “I can’t think of a better way to spend my time.”
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Arnprior Optimist Club member Stuart Greene stands guard on the goodies at the renowned annual Arnprior winter carnival bake sale table. The auction of baked goods is a popular fundraiser on the Friday evening of the carnival.
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A group of preschoolers from Leaps and Bounds Childrenâ€™s Centre got in the spirit of the Arnprior Optimists Winter Carnival by creating their own snow sculpture. The students obviously enjoyed responding to the Optimists call for students to make snow sculptures during the carnival.
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ADHS peer tutors honoured for work with adapted phys-ed class News – Arnprior District High School students working as peer tutors in Adaptive Physical Education teacher Sarah Spratt’s program were honoured for their dedication and hard work in a ceremony Jan. 23. Nine Grade 11 Leadership students were presented with certificates in recognition during the ceremony attended by former vice-principal and current Renfrew County District School Board superintendent Dennis Jenkins, ADHS principal Neil Farmer, school board principal of special services Jodie Barrett and Spratt. Receiving certificates of recognition were ADHS students Riley McEwan, Carter Wilson, Sam D’Amours, Raegan Taylor, Coleman Orenstein, Curtis Foster, Sara Lepine, Amanda Desarmia and Lydia Bastien (who was absent from the ceremony). “Their compassion, growth, dedication, empathy and ambitious devotion to our students with special needs have made it bittersweet to say
Taking part in the ceremony recognized nine Arnprior District High School students for their tutoring of the adapted physical education class, from left, are school board superintendent Dennis Jenkins; students Riley McEwan, Carter Wilson, Sam D’Amours, and Raegan Taylor; principal Neil Farmer; students Coleman Orenstein, Curtis Foster, Sara Lepine, and Amanda Desarmia; and school board principal of special services Jodie Barrett. Missing from photo is Lydia Bastien. goodbye to our new friends,” Spratt said. “We thought that their efforts deserved a large send-off to recognize them as individuals and would like to show this recognition from our school but also from the school board.”
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News - It’s estimated more than 300 people lined up inside the Horton Community Centre to meet with Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant and MPP John Yakabuski at their 2014 New Year’s levee Sunday afternoon. Among those in attendance was Arnprior councillor Dan Lynch, who was one of several citizens surprised to receive a MP commendation plaque from Gallant. Lynch said he was “somewhat dumbfounded to say the least” to be the only Arnprior resident to receive the honour this year. Gallant told the crowd that the riding is fortunate to have an amazing array of companies provide jobs in the Valley. She pointed out that Chalk River Laboratories (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited) is the second top job provider and one of the Valley’s top corporate citizens. “I mention this because 2014 is going to be a year when major decisions are going to be made regarding that company,” Gallant explained. “In the coming months, I’m going to be asking everyone in the community to pull together to ensure that the rest of the country knows and understands how vital AECL is to Canadians, Canadians who are afflicted by heart disease, Canadians battling cancer, support to our national security, the technologies they develop, support for our clean, affordable, sustainable energy, and most of all, how important they are to our friends, our neighbours, the human capital we have in the riding. “Those people, with their earnings, they go on to support the rest of the economy,” she
stressed. “By working together as one, we can beat and surpass any challenge that is in front of us,” Gallant said. Yakabuski said politicians sometimes ask themselves, “Oh God, why do I do this?” On the days they get out and meet the people, the real people, then they say ‘Oh, I know exactly why I do this,’ ” he said. Yakabuski said two comments came up the most as people passed through the receiving line – When is the next election? and What the hell can we do about that hydro (rates)?” Said Yakabuski: “Let’s get to that damned election, and then maybe we can do something about that damned Hydro.” A lot of jobs are threatened because of the cost of electricity in the Province of Ontario,” the MPP added. “That’s something that has to be addressed. Unfortunately, the current government just wants to continue walking down that road, building more windmills. In fact, we have about 3,000 megawatts from wind today. They went to make it 10. So, triple what you got out there today and think of what that is going to do to your hydro bills. That’s why Ontario needs an election, needs a new direction.” Yakabuski isn’t planning to stand on the sidelines. “Folks, I don’t know if you know or not, but I am running in the next election,” he said. Yakabuski said he is proud to represent the riding and its constituents. “There is not a better place in the world to serve the people than right here in Renfrew-Nipssing-Pembroke,” he said.
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Arnprior firm receives development funding to hire intern Fire base News - Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant saw first-hand how economic funding is being spent during a visit to an Arnprior industry. Gallant met Hypernetics CEO Dave Watson and intern Matt Kaeding at the Plaintree industrial complex to learn how the $15,000 of funding awarded through the federal government’s Eastern Ontario Development Program (EODP) is benefiting the local economy. The grant was directed towards creating an internship position. “It was encouraging to meet David Watson and his intern, Matt Kaeding, at Hypernetics,” said Gallant, in a news release Dec. 17. “In seeing the work Matt has been involved in, I can
say that the EODP funding has been well invested at Hypernetics. I would like to thank the board members of the Renfrew County Community Futures Program for their support of Renfrew County businesses.” Hypernetics, a division of Plaintree Systems, designs, manufactures and distributes aerospace parts for commercial and military applications.
closure decision frustrates MPP News – Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MPP John Yakabuski has expressed his frustration after receiving confirmation from the Minister of Natural Resources, David Orazietti that his Ministry will be going ahead with closure of fire bases in Kirkland Lake and Pembroke. Yakabuski has repeatedly urged the Minister to delay the closures since they were announced in early November of last year as part of the Liberal government’s “three-year transformation plan” of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR). Yakabuski has raised local concerns regarding service levels and response times and called on Orazietti to postpone plans to close the fire bases until a full analysis of the impacts could be conducted. “I made it absolutely clear to the Minister that the communities affected by these closures have raised legitimate concerns that need to be addressed.” Yakabuski said. “Postponing the closures until after the consequences could be understood was the only prudent thing to do.” In response to requests for postponement, the MNR has only reaffirmed their plans. In a “worrying admission,” Orazietti acknowledged that staff from his ministry only began communicating with the affected municipalities regarding the upcoming changes after the announcement to close the bases was announced, Yakabuski noted. “I am deeply concerned that the MNR did not consider all of the pertinent facts before announcing these closures, and that the ability to control fires should they occur will be compromised” Yakabuski said. “When we’re talking about a matter related to public safety, I never want to have to say to the Minister ‘I told you so’, he concluded.
Administered through the Renfrew County Community Futures Corporation, the EODP is a government of Canada initiative that supports economic development in Eastern Ontario, aiming to promote a more diversified and competitive regional economy.
Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant with Hypernetics CEO David Watson, right and intern Matt Kaeding in the Arnprior plant.
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Gallant agreed that “outrageous increase” in energy bills was the “hot topic” at the event. “I was shocked when a couple showed me an Ontario Hydro electricity bill for their home of over $4,000,” she said. “If the price of electricity keeps rising, people will lose their homes.” Sunday’s was the 10th New Year’s Levee that Yakabuski and Gallant have hosted together. With files by John Carter
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Renfrew County draft budget features a 2.26 per cent increase â€œThe elected and staff continue to commit to ery, with affordability always being a priority in Briscoe, chair of the countyâ€™s finance and administration committee. With county councilâ€™s quality, efficient, and transparent service deliv- all decisions,â€? she said. continuing goal to always minimize the financial impact on Renfrew County residents, Emon Proudly serving your community said: â€œCreating a balance between minimizing for over 30 years. tax increases while still delivering high quality For all your Residential, Recreational programs and services is always challenging. & Investment Real Estate. â€œWorking together as a council, we found Terry Stavenow, Broker ways to reach a final budget that was very email@example.com sponsible, and struck an excellent balance of View listings @ realtor.ca or ottawarealestate.org maintaining services levels, and invested in our infrastructure while minimizing tax increases.â€? The pair commended elected officials and county staff on the delivery of the budget. Briscoe complimented elected members and staff for finding savings within their respective areas. R0012520914
News - Renfrew County council is recommending a budget that would boost its share of the municipal tax bill by 2.26 per cent. In a news release last week after a full-day county budget workshop, the county reports a proposed tax levy increase of close to $1.4 million, up to $37.4 million. While the levy is up 3.76 per cent, the 1.5 per cent growth in current value assessment across the county reduces the tax increase to 2.26 per cent. A recommendation to approve this yearâ€™s county budget was to be voted on at the monthly meeting of county council on Wednesday (after press deadline). The budget workshop Jan. 22 was led by Warden Peter Emon and Mayor Raye-Anne
Wardens elect chair, tackle police costs News â€“ The need for an economic development strategy for the area and the curbing of skyrocketing police costs are among the priorities determined by the Eastern Ontario Wardensâ€™ Caucus (EOWC) at its annual meeting in Kingston Jan. 17. To tackle the latter problem, the group will look into negotiating a single, region-wide OPP contract for all its municipalities. The group elected United Counties of Prescott and Russell Warden Jean Paul St. Pierre as its chair for 2014 and Northumberland County Warden Linda Thompson as vicechair. The three key priorities established for the caucus in the coming year are: â€˘ Completing a new economic development strategy for Eastern Ontario and working with its partners, including
the Eastern Ontario Mayorsâ€™ Committee, to finalize a plan for its implementation. â€˘ Continuing its research and advocacy work on matters related to the financial sustainability of municipal government in Eastern Ontario. This will include the writing and publication of three new â€˜white papersâ€™. â€˘ Working to stop the spiraling costs of policing that are crippling municipal budgets. â€œThe Eastern Ontario Wardensâ€™ Caucus is working very hard to support all property taxpayers in the 103 member municipalities across the EOWC region and I look forward to lending my help to such efforts,â€? said St. Pierre. â€œOne of our major concerns is the spiraling cost of policing,â€? he noted. â€œThe EOWC is lending its support and its voice to the efforts to reduce
those costs because they are simply unsustainable. Municipalities already have to consider spending reductions on critical infrastructure such as roads and bridges because of escalating police budgets.â€? St. Pierre said the EOWC is prepared to look at any strategy, including working with all eastern municipalities on negotiating a region-wide contract. â€œSimply changing the distribution of existing costs between municipalities is akin to shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic,â€? he concluded. â€œMunicipalities across the region continue to face significant financial shortfalls, and one way to curb this tide is to promote economic development and encourage permanent, sustainable funding,â€? said County of Renfrew Warden Peter Emon.
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Not that Stanley Cup. The Braeside Wildcat Greg Johnston, who has had a great deal of Classic Stanley Cup. experience in organizing hockey tournaments, The Braeside Carnival this year will include has set up the event. a four-team hockey tournament at the Braeside Four adult teams (with a sprinkling of teenR.A. Centre rink. agers) will take part, playing each other once from 1-5 p.m. Spectators are welcome to see the players compete for prizes and the ‘cup’. To make things more competitive, players can only score twice in a game, then they have to pass. In that vein, there will be a best dishmaster
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award presented to the player with most assists. There will also be a best goalie award. Johnston is organizing the tournament on the behest of rink attendant Dan Leblanc, who will be referee. Leblanc noted the tournament will be another attraction for carnival-goers. All proceeds from the tournament will go to the carnival. As usual, there will be a number of carnival events in the morning of Feb. 8 at the R.A. Centre (see the What’s Happening listing on Page 48).
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Waterfront cottage just outside Denbigh, off Hwy 28. Includes canoe, 8’x12’ shed, small aluminium boat, on 1.2 acres. Roof shingled ‘11, all hardwood floors under carpets, 3 beds/1 bath, insulated sun room. MLS# 887344 $199,900
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Perfect 2-0 weekend for Arnprior Junior B Packers Sean Marcellus
Sports - The Arnprior Packers went a perfect 2-0 on the weekend, defeating both the Almonte Thunder and Perth Blue Wings. With an 18-14-2-0 record, the Packers sit in second place in the Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Valley Division, four points behind first-place Renfrew. The wins pulled Arnprior six points ahead of third-place Almonte. The Packers played the Renfrew Timberwolves Wednesday. However, the game ended after press deadline, so please find the boxscore on the Packers’ website or twitter account @PriorPackersJrB. PACKERS 4 ALMONTE 1
Friday night saw the Packers square off against the Almonte Thunder in the annual Frost Festival game live from Pakenham. In front of a packed barn, Pack-
ers goaltender Erik Miksik was the story, turning aside 46 Almonte shots while newcomer Marc Rowe led the Arnprior offensive surge with three assists. Corey Chaplin and Damian Armstrong added a goal and an assist each, while Jake Gaudet and Patrick McGrath also tallied for Arnprior as they defeated the Thunder 4-1. Packers Scoring Summary: Patrick McGrath (15), assisted by Chris Marchand, Marc Rowe – 4:04 – 1st period Corey Chaplin (6), assisted by Marc Rowe – 1:32 – 3rd period Jake Gaudet (8) PP, assisted by Marc Rowe, Damian Armstrong – 11:42 – 3rd period Damian Armstrong (18), assisted by Corey Chaplin, Mike MacKenzie – 14:45 – 3rd period. PACKERS 4 PERTH 2
The Packers hit the road to Perth Sunday afternoon and came away
with a hard fought 4-2 victory over the Blue Wings. Nick Wysman led the way for the Packers as he posted two goals and an assist, while Ty Fleming chipped in with a goal and an assist of his own. Damian Armstrong scored his team-leading 19th goal of the season, while goaltender Erik Miksik made 42 saves in the win. Packers Scoring Summary: Damian Armstrong (19), assisted by Jordan Kung – 19:37 – 1st period Nick Wysman (3), assisted by Ty Fleming, Kurtis Keohane – 11:11 – 2nd period Ty Fleming (7), assisted by Nick Wysman, Marc Rowe – 8:36 – 3rd period Nick Wysman (4), assisted by Corey Chaplin, Kurtis Keohane – 9:59 – 3rd period Next Home Game: Wednesday, Feb. 5 vs. Renfrew Timberwolves – 8 p.m. – Nick Smith Centre.
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Packers host Novice tournament Connor Clattenburg of the Arnprior Novice Packers fights off a Richmond-West Carleton Crusaders defender and pokes the puck behind the Crusaders netminder to give Arnprior a 3-1 lead as Packers teammate Will Herrick (12) stands poised for any rebound. The Novice Packers hosted their annual tournament Sunday at the Nick Smith Centre. This weekend, it’s the Packers Peewee rep team’s turn to host their annual tournament. As well, Arnprior Minor Hockey is holding a fundraising dance this Saturday, Feb. 1 at the Nick Smith Centre with the proceeds going towards “keeping minor hockey affordable for all.”
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Jack Smith remembered Above, Ottawa Valley Hitman goalie Jody Hisko gets ready to make a save in Saturday morning action against SeCan at the Jack Smith Memorial Hockey Tournament during the Arnprior Optimists Winter Carnival. Right, Danny Mac’s Guzzler forwards have the Horton Hustlers goaltender under siege in Friday evening play.
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The Danny Mac’s team at the Jack Smith Memorial Hockey Tournament during the winter carnival attracted a great deal of attention with their amusing Guzzlers logo. Danny Mac’s won all its games in the 40-and-over division. In all, 16 teams competed in the tournament, with the Valley Boys and the Optimists Club teams also going undefeated.
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Sports - Calabogie Ski Racing Club’s alpine athletes kicked off the season with a bang. The U14s and U16s both had backto-back races Jan. 18 and 19 and topped off the weekend with several podiums and personal bests. The U14s travelled to Vorlage, QC for a slalom race Saturday. The race course was long and steep, but the conditions and weather were favourable. Out of 56 female racers, Lauren Campbell-Brunke of Renfrew kickstarted her season by neatly carving into fourth place. Alexandra Kerr of Kemptville achieved a personal best 15th place. Jessica Earle of Ottawa and Alyssa Steggall of Stittsville landed in 29th and 30th, with Emma Schreider of Kingston in 41st. Sophia Tan of Kanata and Alexa Loudiadis of Ottawa both crashed on their first runs but rallied on the second to finish with fast times. The U14 boys compete in a category against 66 other racers this season. Sam Duff of Pembroke emerged victorious, despite a fall on his first run. Jack Alexander of Carp managed to squeeze into 12th place after missing a gate and hiking on his first run. Sean Swayze of Braeside put together two solid runs to land in 19th, with Connor Allen of Manotick close behind in 26th. Owen Barr of Carp skied to 37th place and Tyler Lefebvre of Calabogie came 43rd after missing a gate and hiking back up the course. Aiden Keuninckx of Perth, debuting in his very first ski race, was an admirable 44th. Liam Maclean of Manotick was on fire on his first run, but his speed led to a spectacular crash. He recovered to complete a strong second run. Sunday saw the U14s at Camp Fortune, QC on a giant slalom course that was so icy it was bulletproof. The athletes gathered their courage and launched themselves down the slippery chute with some mixed results.
The girls dominated – Sophia Tan sped to the podium, finishing third, with Lauren Campbell-Brunke right behind in fourth. Alexa Loudiadis rounded out the top 10 with an eighth-place finish. Alyssa Steggall finished in 19th place, while Alex Kerr and Emma Schreider split the field in 24th and 25th. However, by the time the boys skied, the ice was beginning to claim some victims. Twenty-four of the male racers crashed out on one of their runs, with Sam Duff, Jack Alexander and Aiden Keuninckx being Calabogie’s fall guys. However, all three boys rallied for excellent second runs. Sean Swayze, Connor Allen, Tyler Lefebvre and Owen Barr were a tight team, finishing 15th, 16th, 18th and PATRICK TAN/SUBMITTED 19th. Liam Maclean had two great Sean Swayze of Braeside competes in a slalom ski race. runs to end with 30th place. The U16s had a grand inaugural weekend. The team travelled to Mont JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN Cascades for a slalom Saturday, then AND KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION had home hill advantage at Calabogie Peaks with a giant slalom Sunday. FOR SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 The boys raced against 47 other JANUARY 27 – FEBRUARY 7, 2014 inclusive athletes, while the girls’ division fea9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. tured 49 racers. Alex Duff of Pembroke finished If you are unable to register at this time please contact the school principal and make arrangements for a third in the slalom and doubled this feat with a third in the giant slalom mutually convenient time to register. If you do not know your child’s designated school, please call your as well. Connor Maclean of Manotick local Catholic school. had a strong season start as he sped to 26th in slalom and 29th in the giant Documents required to register your child ÿ Proof of Age, Proof of Residence, Certiﬁcate of Immunization (Health Unit) Child’s Individual Health Card, slalom. Jenna Wissing of Kanata also had Baptismal Certiﬁcate and Birth Certiﬁcate. Your 911 address will also be required. a solid performance, coming in 28th ÿ Senior Kindergarten registrants must be ﬁve years old by December 31, 2014. Saturday and 39th Sunday. Grace ÿ Junior Kindergarten registrants must be four years old by December 31, 2014. Gaffney of Deep River landed in 30th ÿ Pupils who are presently attending Junior Kindergarten do not have to register for Senior Kindergarten. in her slalom, and had one excellent run in the giant slalom but crashed on ARNPRIOR/RENFREW FAMILY OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS the other. SCHOOL SCHEDULE REGION PRINCIPAL PHONE NUMBER Aylen Ferguson of Carp did not Full Day Arnprior Heidi Fraser 613-623-2828 finish one run in her slalom race but John XXIII was comfortably inside the top 10 St. Joseph’s Full Day Arnprior Mary-Lise Rowat 613-623-2347 in her giant slalom race with a clean (Extended FSL) eighth-place result. Full Day Calabogie Rory Donohue 613-752-2808 While the U14s and U16s now St. Joseph’s have a weekend to fine-tune their St. Michael’s Full Day Douglas John Freemark 613-649-2254 training, it was time last weekend for Our Lady of Fatima Full Day Renfrew Jeannie Armstrong 613-432-4351 the U10s and U12s to strut their stuff. Renfrew Connie Dick 613-432-3137 The U12s had back-to-back races in St. Thomas the Apostle Full Day Quebec Jan. 25 and 26, and the U10s MADAWASKA FAMILY OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS travelled to Camp Fortune Jan. 26 for SCHOOL SCHEDULE REGION PRINCIPAL PHONE NUMBER a slalom.
Arnprior Juvenile Packers retain their hold on first Sports – The Arnprior Juvenile Packers chalked up another impressive win against the Stittsville Rams Saturday, beating them 9-4. It was a real team effort with most of the Packers’ nine goals being scored by individual players. Joe Gray (#25) and McEwan Homes #11 Jake Dunn were the exception with two goals each. The play for both teams was for the most
part penalty-free until mid-way through the third period when frustration overruled their discipline. Referee Greg Flick called five penalties on Stittsville and two on Arnprior. The end of the regular season is fast approaching with only three games left to play. The Arnprior Juvenile Packers next two home games are this Friday, Jan. 31 at 7:30
p.m. and Friday, Feb. 7 at 8:30 p.m. It looks as if the Packers will finish in first place, giving them home rink advantage for the upcoming playoffs. The Arnprior Juvenile Packers are looking forward to next season and invite those players of Major and Minor Midget Age to come out and get to know the Juvenile Packers hockey organization.
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In ‘Face the Cookie, Brownies Billie Fitchett and Grace Currie had to move an Oreo cookie from their forehead to their mouths using only facial expressions in under a minute.
Above, Erica Yuck participates in the ‘Elephant’ competition in a Brownies ‘Minute to Win It’ contest. Using tights with a tennis ball on the end and placed on the head, girls had to knock over six empty containers in under a minute by swaying the tights back and forth. Left, Arnprior Brownie Anna Burnette participates in ‘Face the Cookie’.,Far left, Naomi Daley poses with her completed mask.
Fashion and fun for Brownies The 4th Arnprior Brownies held a sleepover at the Christian Education Centre in Arnprior on Friday, Jan. 24. With a theme of ‘Fashion and Fun’, the girls participated in ‘Minute to Win It’ games, a fashion show, the making of fun accessories, masks and more. Above, Celeste Hill on the runway during the Brownies fashion show. There were numerous props and a professional photographer, Rhonda McMaster, to make the girls feel like instant fashionistas.
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Community – The McNab-Braeside Fireﬁghters Association is heating things up in February. The association hosts its inaugural Winter Fire Ball, a fundraising gala, on Feb. 15. Fire prevention ofﬁcer Karen Barsoski said the association wanted to try something a little different this year. “It’s a full ball open to the public,” she said. “Fireﬁghters will be dressed in their dress uniforms. Neighbouring departments, family, friends and supporters are welcome to come.” The idea came from one of the association members, who remembered that Arnprior used to host a winter ﬁre ball. “I think it’ll be a really fun evening,” said Barsoski. The theme for the evening is Winter Wonderland and Tracey Climo of Mel’s Flowers and her team are expected to transform the Nick Smith Centre community hall into a spectacular sight for attendees. The ﬁre ball will be held at the Nick Smith
Centre in Arnprior, from 6 p.m. until 1 a.m. Cocktails begin at 6 p.m., followed by a “magniﬁcent” dinner to be prepared by executive chef Randy Paulen at 7 p.m. Dinner will ﬁnish with a silent auction, leading to entertainment and dancing with music by The Front End. The $45/person tickets and can be purchased at Mel’s Flowers, 291 Elgin St., or MacPherson’s Plumbing, 106 Daniel St., in Arnprior or from any member of the ﬁre department. Organizers have paired up with Simply Beautiful in Arnprior to offer 15 per cent off the price of a regular priced gown upon presentation of a ball ticket. “If you need a dress, Simply Beautiful is the place to go,” said Barsoski.
The McNab-Braeside Firefighters Association has teamed up with Simply Beautiful Bridal Boutique in Arnprior to help outfit those attending the Winter Fire Ball fundraising gala on Saturday, Feb. 15. Once you have purchased your ticket for the ball, you are entitled to 15 per cent off any regular-priced evening gown at Simply Beautiful. Store owner Chantal Beaulieu, left, joins firefighter and fire ball committee member Kelly O’Rourke to display a few of the many gowns in all colours and sizes to suit everyone.
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The upcoming McNab-Braeside Firefighters Association Winter Fire Ball was inspired by similar events once hosted by the Arnprior Fire Department. Photos from the fireman’s ball, circa 1974 or 1975, show event attendees all decked out for the event. Former Arnprior Fire Chief Tom Burnette is second from right in the front row.
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Glenn, Barbara tops in first Ag Society euchre
Legion falls further behind in euchre Community – The second of six ‘challenges’ is over with the Arnprior Legion taking it on the chin with another 15-game loss to the Arnprior Knights of Columbus. The Legion is now 32 games behind. Legion team members are asked to bring out the heavy artillery for the next competition. High team with eight wins
and nine points were Elinore Graham and Howard Leckie from the Legion. There’s an unidentified odour coming from within the ranks of the Knights. Could it be this week’s skunks? Michelle Leavoy and Mike Gauthier, Lisa and Gerard Goertz, Carlie Marcellus and Joan Hanniman, Marilyn Robertson and Doris Campbell, and Kathleen Girdwood and
Laurie Coggan - and yes they are all Knight teams. The next challenge is on Friday, Feb, 7 at the Legion. Registration is at 6:30 p.m. If you like fun, meeting new people, singing happy birthday to good-looking 90year-olds (Arlie Smith turns 90 on Feb. 1) and enjoy playing euchre, why not show up at the Legion branch on Feb. 7.
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Community – A very successful euchre tournament for the Arnprior Agricultural Society was held at the Arnprior Legion Branch 174 Jan. 25. Walking away with the $700 in total prize money were: first Glenn Jamieson and Barbara Glasgow, second Jackie Ralph and Garnet Vaughn, third Hugh Carry and Beverly Regan, fourth Rossie and John Story, and fifth Marilyn Dalgliesh and Wendy McCuaig. Winners of the ‘Share the Wealth’ were Melba Mertin and Joy Taylor. The next in the series of euchre tournaments will be held at the Legion on Feb. 22, March 22 and April 26, with registration at JO-ANNE CAMELON/SUBMITTED noon and the tournament starting The winners of the first in the series of Arnprior Agricultural Society euchres with $700 in prize money. The next tournament will be held Feb. 22 at at 1 p.m. the Arnprior Legion. Everyone is welcome.
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The things that would make Mary happy could fill a book Lifestyle - It was unusual for Miss Crosby to break with routine. But that Friday the snow was coming down so heavily, we couldn’t see the barns when we got up in the morning, and that had a lot to do with her changing our usual afternoon school day work. Parents would be coming with sleighs and cutters to take us home, which in itself was unusual. The weather had to be pretty ﬁerce to warrant a ride to or from the
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Northcote School! And so Miss Crosby announced after recess, we all could put our books away, keeping out only our grammar notebooks. We had at least an hour to put in. Miss Crosby said, to cheer us up on that cold and blustery Friday, we were to write (or in my case, print) all the things we could think of that made us happy. I gathered seeing bad Marguirite falling ﬂat on her face was not exactly what Miss Crosby had in mind. She also said we were to take our grammar books home to ﬁnish up our lists as homework. I could see the senior pupils writing with great speed, whereas it took me forever to print my very ﬁrst line in my scribbler. I had absolutely no trouble coming up with the very ﬁrst thing that made me happy on a winter’s day, especially on that particular Friday. Father would be coming with the ﬂat-bottom sleigh. I would be sitting in the very front with him, wrapped in the fur blanket he would toss in before leaving the barns. And I would be listening to the sleigh bells hanging around the necks of King and Queen, as they plop-plopped through the deep snow. I thought, back then, that the sleigh bells made the most beautiful sounds in the whole
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world. I especially liked them at night, driving in our long lane, or coming across the snow-covered 20-acre ﬁeld. Often they would lull me to sleep, leaning against Father’s shoulder, and I would feel the utmost contentment and happiness. And so sleigh bells headed my list. Smelling freshly baked bread when I walked in the house after coming from school simply had to go on my list too. And seeing the high, fat loaves lined up on the bake table, and knowing I would be able to claim the outside crust off at least one of them, caused my mouth to water, as I printed homemade bread on my list. And crawling into beds that had been made up with fresh sheets taken off the clothesline that day gave me special joy and a great feeling of happiness. I would fall asleep with my nose crushed into the pillow to get the most beneﬁt of the new smell, and wrap the sheet tight around my neck. And the scent would stay with me until my eyes heavily
closed. The next day, the wonderful smell of freshness would be gone, but that night I would have nestled into a sweet happiness of sheer joy. Listening to my sister’s sweet voice, singing softly at night in bed, brought me special joy. Walking hand-in-hand with my best friend Velma to the Northcote School ... girls did that back then, and knowing in my heart we would be best friends for ever ... that brought me joy. When Mother could take something out of the hand-medown box sent from Regina by Aunt Lizzie, like a man’s suit coat, or a once lovely blouse, or a man’s shirt, and take it apart, and it would turn into something I could wear to school ... to me, brand spanking new ... that brought me happiness. And I would feel such joy, knowing what a clever Mother I had. Just having a few pennies tied into the corner of my hanky, tucked in the very back of my washstand drawer, and thinking how rich I was, brought me a special feeling. I would handle it carefully, and one day I would take it into Walker’s Store in Renfrew and perhaps buy new hair ribbons, or walk down to the Dime Store and buy some butterscotch discs to suck on the way home to the farm. Such luxury back then
when a few pennies could make the difference between feeling poor and rich. On a freezing Monday, knowing Mother had done the weekly wash when I came home from school, I would know that the laundry would have been taken off the line to ﬁnish its drying in the kitchen. Everything would be stiff as boards, with Father’s and the brother’s long combination underwear standing like white soldiers against the wall by the stove frozen solid. The smells in the kitchen would be of freshness, and outdoors, and homemade soap, and I would sit and watch to see what piece of underwear would succumb to gravity ﬁrst. I could never explain why just seeing the clean clothes, and inhaling the fresh smell of the frosty outdoors, brought me such happiness, but it did. I printed until it was bedtime. I would have a lot to share with Miss Crosby on Monday. Maybe I would get a little gold star stuck onto the page of my grammar scribbler. I went to bed thinking of all the things that could make me happy. And I knew then, the list would be endless. Even though there was little money for frivolity or luxuries, I had far more to write about than would ﬁt into my grammar book.
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Ken Ramsden supplied the entertainment at Island View Suites’ Robbie Burns celebrations on the afternoon of Saturday, Jan. 25, the anniversary of the Scottish lad’s birthday. Residents and 25 visitors from the community enjoy the festivities.
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Volunteer musicians, from left, Kent Smith, Guy Jamieson, Riley Harrington, Rob Jamieson (in the back on keyboard), and fiddler Dennis Harrington entertain at Seniors at Home’s Italian Night Buffett. Among the customers enjoying the night as they dance around the tables are Roseanne and Boyd McLaren. Scottish music was provided by Valley musicians – Guy Many enjoyed an Italian Night Buffet while celebrating Robbie Burns Day on Jan. 22 at Jamieson, Rob Jamieson, Kent East Side Mario’s in Arnprior. East Side Mario’s servers, from left, Alyn McEwen, Terri Ma- Smith, Dennis Harrington and RicLaren, Jess McNulty and Sam Tripp, join in the fun as well. ley Harrington.
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Community - With the income tax season right around the corner, the ArnpriorBraeside-McNab Seniors at Home Program (ABMSHP) offers a Community Volunteer Income Tax Program available only to individuals with low to modest income. You must have a ‘simple’ tax situation, i.e. no self-employment or business income or expenses, no capital gains or losses, and no bankruptcy files. The Seniors at Home office, at Towne Centre Unit A1 - 106 McGonigal St. West in Arnprior, is open to accept 2013 income tax forms starting Monday, March 3 until
May 2. The service is offered Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Make note, these are the only days and times volunteers are available to accept your returns. Please make note, we will not be taking any or delivering any income tax forms on any Tuesday or Thursday, nor will we be taking any or delivering any income tax on the slotted days outside of the hours as stated above. As reminders, please make sure you have the following items included with your package: • T4s from Old Age Security and Canada Pension Plan; • Interest T5s from financial institutions;
• 2012 rent or property tax receipts; • medical expense receipts; • proof of date of birth; • present marital status; • 2012 income tax return (last year’s); • 2012 notice of assessment (last year’s). Seniors and Home offers the income tax program free of charge, but as we are a non-profit charitable organization and count heavily on the generosity of the community, all donations will be accepted upon completion of your income tax. In return you will receive an official donation receipt for income tax purposes (2014). If you require any further information, contact program co-ordinator Patti Jennings at 613-623-7981.
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Veterans’ name to be enshrined in Pakenham Kelly Kent
News – The Somerton name will live on in the Pakenham area. Mississippi Mills council has
Community The next ArnpriorBraeside-McNab Seniors at Home Diners Club will be held Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 5-7 p.m. at Jim’s Restaurant. For $13, participants get a meal of chicken Parmigiana. Rick Leben will entertain and there will be door prizes and 50/50 tickets. Deadline for tickets is Tuesday, Feb. 4.
whole meeting Jan. 14. Lynden Somerton had asked council last month to consider the name for the list, specifically for the Pakenham Ward. Lynden is the nephew of
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2014 Elections for Algonquin Negotiation Representatives
ELECTION DAY ANNOUNCEMENT There are sixteen Algonquin Negotiation Representatives (ANRs) representing ten Algonquin Communities who are responsible for negotiating a Treaty between the Algonquins of Ontario and the Governments of Canada and Ontario.
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Opinion – Like most individuals, the last meal you probably ate would be around five or six in the evening. Since most people eat lunch at noon and taking into account that perhaps you had an evening snack around eight or nine, you’re actually not eating for at least 15 hours. Breakfast is essentially a break from a fast and there are many problems associated with skipping breakfast. As the day goes on, your blood sugar falls causing you to feel light headed, nauseous, lethargic (brain fog), cranky, moody, unable to concentrate, just to name a few. Studies have shown that skipping breakfast leads to obesity due to the fact that during the day our bodies are trying to make up for the caloric deficit. Skipping breakfast contributes to poor productivity in the workplace and lower grades for students. A breakfast containing fat such as fried eggs, bacon and white sandwich bread slathered with butter not only contribute to obesity, high cholesterol and premature aging, this type of meal does very little to fuel our minds and bodies. Believe it or not, you lose seven minutes of your life per slice of bacon. So what should we eat to start the day? Whole grains such as whole wheat bread, lean protein such as a soft or hard-boiled eggs, egg whites, fruit, vegetables and legumes. Cereals that are minimally processed, low in sugar and sodium with skim milk are acceptable. Stay away from fatty foods, white flour, sugary cereals and high levels of sodium, such as
bacon or ham, all of which can make you feel tired and hungrier quicker. One of the best meals for breakfast is a homemade vegetable soup. Soup satisfies us on cold winter days, replenishes the fluids lost while sleeping and is packed full of nutritious vegetables. Adding lentils; a complex carbohydrate; and quinoa, an ancient grain, which is considered a complete protein, completes the nutrient profile of complex carbohydrates, plant-based protein and healthy fats, making a homemade vegetable soup a complete meal. Food for thought! An average male consumes approximately 2,000 to 3,000 calories spread out throughout the day. A sumo wrestler skips breakfast and consumes 20,000 calories divided between lunch and supper. Eating this way allows his body to slowly digest the massive amounts of food ingested while he sleeps, therefore, allowing him to gain the enormous amount of weight required. The saying, “you are what you eat,” is true. Our bodies are designed to function optimally on foods that are whole and minimally processed. Ian Harris of Arnprior is a registered nutritional therapist, certified food psychology coach and personal chef. He holds many other certification and specialties within nutrition and specializes in lifestyle and weight management. He can be reached at Ian Harris Wellness and Nutrition at ww.ianharris.ca or 613-8636325.
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UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA GRACE-ST. ANDREWS, ARNPRIOR (613-623-3176; 269 John St. N.) Minister: Rev. Andrew Love Join us Sundays at 10 a.m. for: Worship, Nursery (0-2 yrs), Kids Exploring Faith: (3 yrs up) A warm welcome to ALL!
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Rev. Dr. Richard Hollingsworth 623-2360 Glasgow United Sunday 9:00 am Castleford Sunday 10:00 am Braeside Sunday 11:00 am Sunday School During Service
PENTECOSTAL GLAD TIDINGS CHURCH
Reverend Clark Young 613-623-2943 116 Baskin Drive West Sunday Service: 10:00 am Children/Youth Ministries Weekly Programs firstname.lastname@example.org
THE OASIS Reverend Mark Redner 3794 Diamondview Road, Kinburn Friday Healing Service 7:00 p.m. Sunday Worship Service 10:00 a.m. 613-288-8120 www.cometotheoasis.ca
ROMAN CATHOLIC ARNPRIOR SEVENTH ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM PARISH FAMILY DAY ADVENTIST Sunday Mass CHURCH Saturday 4:30 pm Sun. 8:30 am & 10:30 am “You are most welcome” Rev. John N. Burchat 295 Albert St. 623-2282 www.saintjohnchrysostom.org
PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The Rev. David W. Hooper, B.A.,B.Ed.,M.Div. 613-623-5531 80 Daniel Street, Arnprior, Ontario Morning Worship & Sunday School - 10:30 am Growing in Faith!
63B Victoria Street 622-7960 Pastor Djojo (Joe) Sekulic Saturday Services 9:30 am - Sabbath School 11:00 am - Worship Service
287 Harrington St (at Ottawa) Canon Roger A. Young 623-2554 Worship Services Sunday at 8 a.m. Sunday at 10 a.m. Thursday 10 a.m. www.emmanuelanglican.ca
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THE ROCK CHURCH
59 Madawaska St. Arnprior, K7S 1S1 622-7729 Pastor Joe Moniz Sunday Celebration 10 am Children’s Ministry Wednesday Prayer & Praise 7:00 pm www.therockchurch.ca
ST. JOHN’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
47 McLachlin St. S Rev. Stan Johnstone Office -613-623-4562 www.stjohnsarnprior.com/ Sunday worship at 10 a.m. Social after service, everyone welcome
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Singer-songwriter Agnes Obel will entertain at the Neat Cafe in Burnstown Feb. 22.
Lifestyle - Danish singersongwriter Agnes Obel will perform Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Neat Cafe in Burnstown. Obel released her sophomore album - Aventine - back in October. â€œItâ€™s a really beautiful and haunting album â€“ very dramatic,â€? says Amanda McCauley of Indoor Recess. â€œThree of the tracks feature Mika Posen (from Timber
Heart Jam in memory of Ron McMunn set for Feb. 2 Jeff Maguire
Events - For more than 20 years, country musicians from across Lanark County and Eastern Ontario have come together in Carleton Place in February to perform and raise funds for the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. The production was started by the late Ottawa Valley country music legend Ron McMunn. Nicknamed â€˜The Silver Foxâ€™, McMunn, who was well known across the region, was inducted into the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame in 1986. Following his death from pancreatic cancer in 2007 a committee was formed to continue the tradition. On Sunday, Feb. 2 the â€˜The Silver Foxâ€™ Country Music Heart Jam will be staged in the Upper Hall of the Carleton Place Arena. The venture long ago surpassed the six-figure mark in earnings. Last yearâ€™s event realized nearly $9,500 for the Heart Institute, which is a world leader in cardiovascular surgery and care. The Jam is held during Heart Month when the institute is active raising funds to continue their
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good work. The show, which will feature some 30 entertainers including McMunnâ€™s sons Jamie and Jeff, is expected to be another sellout. The musical extravaganza will run from 2-8 p.m. and tickets, which must be purchased in advance, cost $15 apiece. Almonteâ€™s Charlie Kitts, a 2010 inductee into the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame (as a builder) will again be emcee. Kitts says McMunnâ€™s objective each year was to raise $10,000 for the Heart Institute. â€œThe Silver Fox always found a way to reach that figure,â€? he recalls. â€œHe was the lightning rod (for the event). Jamie and Jeff (McMunnâ€™s sons) carry on the old Fox mystique.â€? Besides the McMunn brothers and Smokey Rose, the line-up for this year extravaganza also includes Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame members Don Cochrane, Freddie Dixon, Andy Clarke and Howard Hayes. Others on the bill include Dave â€˜Brownieâ€™ Brown along with local favourites Ed Bowes (of the Bowes Brothers), Judi Moffatt and Almonteâ€™s Brad Munro.
Timbre) on violin and viola as well,â€? says McCauley. â€œAll of the songs on Aventine were written (music and lyrics), recorded, produced and arranged by Agnes at her home in Berlin and in a rented drum studio in the Kreuzberg district. â€œHer debut album Philharmonics received critical praise and earned her five Danish Music Awards, and last year
she performed at the 2013 iTunes Festival alongside the likes of The Pixies and Sigur Ros,â€? McCauley adds. Originally from Copenhagen, Obel has lived in Berlin since 2006, where Aventine was recorded at her Chalk Wood Studios between January and May of 2013. The album was written, arranged, and produced by Obel, who provides piano and vocals.
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Guest speaker Glenn Wright will give a talk on searching First World War service records. Wright is a well-known Ottawa historian and genealogist, who retired a couple of years ago after a distinguished career with Library and Archives Canada. Light refreshments will be served, after which the Archives will be open for public touring.
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Army Cadets seek new recruits Community â€“ The 2360 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps in Arnprior is doing a recruiting blitz for the 2014 training year. The corps, led by commanding officer Captain Rob Dufour, has 41 cadets with a strong turnout each week, but there is room for more recruits. The army cadet program is free and open to youth 12 to 18 years old. Newcomers interested in joining the corps are encouraged to attend at the Nick Smith Centre in Arnprior Mondays from 6:50 to 9 p.m. to get an idea of what the cadets do. Army cadets participate in fun activities such as marksmanship training, drill, sports and edu-
The 2360 Army Cadets received Karate lessons at the Nick Smith Centre Jan. 13. Sensei James works with a large group of both girls and boys, spending an hour teaching them the basics of Karate.
cational trips. There are summer training opportunities available as well. The corps can be contacted at 613-862-2360 or at email@example.com for more information. Royal Canadian Army Cadets is a national youth program sponsored by the Canadian Armed Forces in partnership with the civilian Army Cadet League of Canada. The aim of the army cadet program is to instill in youth the attributes of good citizenship and leadership, as well as promoting physical fitness and stimulating an interest in the activities of the Canadian Armed Forces. For info visit www.cadets.ca.
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Air cadets receive yoga lesson Community - The 653 Champlain Squadron Air Cadets were introduced to the benefits of yoga recently. They had a special guest from Ottawa who enthusiastically shared her passion with all members. Julie Rollwagen (nee Godin) has been teaching yoga for five years in and around the Ottawa area. A native of Calumet Island, Que. and a past 653 Champlain Squadron air cadet, she is a regular teacher at Mountaingoat Yoga and Inner Soul Yoga Center. Officers report the cadets
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Air cadets LAC Luke Douglas, Cpl Aaron McGuire, FCpl Nicolas Lemaire and Cpl Cole Richard meditate during a yoga class with former cadet Julie Rollwagen.
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RCAF Squadron 563 air cadets are introduced to yoga by Julie Rollwagen during a session at the RCAF Wing. loved the experience, which resulted in inspiring some of them to join a class in their community. Apart from regular meetings every Tuesday at the RCAF
Wing in Renfrew, air cadets have participated in a gliding expedition in North Bay and outdoor exercise training. Visit the cadetsâ€™ Facebook page for more pictures.
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Awaken your heart to spring at Galilee Lifestyle –Author Dolores Whelan will lead a workshop at the Galilee focusing on the hope of spring next month at the Galilee Centre in Arnprior. Awaken Your Heart to Springtime will run Feb. 14-16. Whelan, the author of Ever Ancient, Ever New, will guide an exploration of the life-afﬁrming Celtic spiritual tradition, looking to “breath life into the mouth of dead winter.”
For more information, email Anne Kathleen McLaughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-649-0015. Galilee is also hosting a silent centring prayer Lenten retreat March 20 to 23 with Fr. Carl Arico, a founding member and vice-president of Contemplative Outreach. Arico is the author of Taste of Silence, a guide to the fundamentals of Centring Prayer.
Children’s Wish Foundation to present Funganza Community – The Children’s Wish Foundation is holding a Funganza trade show for kids at Funhaven in Ottawa Feb. 16. More than 30 local family oriented exhibitors will be featured. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted on behalf of the wish foundation. Each year, thousands of Canadian children between the ages of 3 and 17 are diagnosed with a life-threaten-
ing or life-limiting illness. Since 1984, The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada has worked tirelessly to grant exceptional wishes to more than 20,000 children and their families. This year the Foundation expects to grant over 1,000 new wishes. It is proud to have never refused a wish to an eligible child and with the help of volunteers and generous donors is able to grant three wishes
every day. Each wish is an individual adventure, carefully structured to meet the needs of a particular child and family. At the trade show at 1050 Baxter Rd. in Nepean, children will enjoy a live show by the special guests ‘League of Superheroes’ and ‘Capital City Garrison’. Special guest Max Keeping will attend. The ﬁrst 300 participants will receive a goodie bag.
Toastmasters talk job interviews News – Arnprior Toastmasters hosted an open house at Arnprior District High School titled ‘The Job Interview’. An informative evening unfolded with four speakers presenting within their perspective ﬁelds relating to employment. Toastmasters Division B Governor Lori Holloway, a seven-year member of Toastmasters, noted that her introduction to Toastmasters was at a public speaking event 25 years ago. Ontrac workshop and training facilitator Kathleen Murdie, who has 25 years of
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Renfrew County. Watson has facilitated time management, communication and conﬂict resolution, and personality dimensions workshops. Maureen Whittaker, the present Area 10 Governor, made a presentation on ‘The Club Meeting’, talking about how Toastmasters may help members gain employment through learning public speaking to gain conﬁdence in presenting presentations. Arnprior Toastmasters meets Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the Arnprior District Memorial Hospital’s second ﬂoor outpatient meeting room.
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experience in the social service ﬁeld, made a presentation on the resume. She indicated how important the resume is for to job search, and talked about the different resumes to successfully capture the attention above others who are seeking the same employment opportunity. Fran Watson, the keynote speaker, has 25 years experience in the employment counselling ﬁeld. She is also an experienced Toastmasters member, taking on several leadership roles including the governor of Area 10, which includes six clubs in
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Arnprior Toastmasters hosted a special event called ‘The Job Interview’ with participants, from left, Toastmasters Division B Governor Lori Holloway, keynote speaker Fran Watson, ontrac workshop and training facilitator Kathleen Murdie, and Toastmasters Area 10 Governor Maureen Whittaker.
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PRAYERS Thanks to St. Jude for favours received. B.K.
CLEANING / JANITORIAL Experienced cleaner has two weekly spots available. References available upon request. Elizabeth - 432.6559
www.FindTheDeal.ca and read â€œBusiness Opportunityâ€? in ABOUT US to learn about a selfemployment opportunity serving businesses in your community. A background in sales, marketing or customer services is ideal to utilize our advertising venue offering businesses help in sustaining and increasing sales. There are no fees. Or call 705-325-0652 for further details.
!!A-1!! DUMP RUNS, MOVING, Appliance repair, parts for sale, appliance removal (small-fee), Moving available with trailer. Support Your Locals. Fast Service. Marc 613-889-9768, Arnprior
1 Bedroom Apartment in Arnprior. Very clean, quiet building. Near the Grove. Recently renovated. Hardwood floors. Non-smoking, no pets, hydro extra. $675.00 Call (613) 623-0395.
Carpentry, Repairs, Rec Rooms, Decks, etc. Reasonable rates, 25 years experience. 613-832-2540
2 BEDROOM apartment. Fitzroy Harbour, $725/month +utilities. 819-647-5362, 819-647-2659, 819-647-5512.
COMMERCIAL RENT COMMERCIAL SPACE, on busy Madawaska Street, Arnprior. almost 500 sq ft, $735 (taxes included) plus hydro and hot water. 613-623-9282 Prime Commercial Space available immediately, Main St. Renfrew. Parking lot available and wheelchair access. Call for details. 613.432.1911
FOR RENT 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, quiet, secure, central, equipped, smoke-free, pet-free. Starting at $ 8 0 0 / m o n t h . 613-296-4521 1 and 2 bedroom apt, 71 Sullivan Cres Arnprior. Available now, includes heat, water, fridge, stove and parking. Laundry on site. $645/$745 Info 819.773.2620 1 Bedroom Apartment + Den/Study in private home, separate entrance. Fridge, stove, utilities and parking included. $825/month. Non-smoking, first and last months and references. Available April 15th or May 1st. 613-622-0089
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT Renfrew available March 1st $575.00 month, tenant pays heat (natural gas) and hydro. References, first/last. NO PETS. 613-433-5998 2 Bedroom centrally 613.433.5937 613.717.2571
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2 BEDROOM Apt, fridge, stove, heat, parking included. Tenant pays hydro. $790+hydro. For viewing call or text 613-899-6593 or call 613-800-3579 2 bedroom in central Arnprior. 900 sq ft Unique apartment renovated with character. 2nd floor of historic, quiet, well maintained 4plex. Available Jan.1. $975/mo includes parking, large shared backyard, coin laundry, heating, water. Hydro extra. Suits professional or retired single or couple. References, 1st and last. No pets, non-smoker. 613-623-8581.
FOR RENT: Arnprior Avail immediately, 3 bedroom 2 1/2 baths finished rec-room, Central Air, 5 appliances, Garage - Yard, Non-smokers only Please, $1325.00 + utilities Call: Joanne ARNPRIOR, 2 Bedroom 613-229-4352 downstairs apartment, gas heat, parking, shared laundry facilities. $725+utilities, PENTHOUSE style 2 bedfirst and last required. room now available in Arnprior, reduced to $995. For Available Immediately Call viewing go to Kijiji 613-223-4428 Ad#470258683 or call 613-229-1850 ARNPRIOR ALWAYS CLEAN, MODERN Secure Renfrew, central location, 1&2 Bedroom apts. on recently renovated 3 BR, First Avenue. Fridge, LR, DR, full kitchen (no stove, parking incl. Dis- appliances) private drive counts for mature tenants. and yard. Quiet neighbour623-8537 after 6pm hood. $890 plus utilities. First/last and references Arnprior: Available April required. 613.292.7323 1st, 3 bedroom - 2 bathrooms finished basement RENFREW loft style 1 Gas fireplace, 5 appliances bedroom apartment. Central air - Garage Fridge and Stove Includ$1,200.00 + utilities ed Laundry Facilities in Non-smokers please. aptmnt. Private Deck and Joanne - 613-229-4352 Large Backyard. Parking available. $525.00 water ARNPRIOR, large 2 bed- included, hydro extra. room apartment, renovat- 1st and last Rent Reed, close to downtown, quired Available March living room, dining room, 1st. 613-223-4428 balcony, secure building, elevator, intercom, wheelchair accessible, washer, RENFREW small 1 beddryer, storage in apart- room partially furnished, ment, 4 appliances, park- first&last, $475+utilities, ing with plug, $900+hydro. references, parking no pets 613-623-4747 613-622-0224 3 BR / 2 Bath House with 2 car garage. 10 min walk to downtown, close to Grove, with river view. $1200/month +utilities. No pets, 613-702-1461
CENTRALLY LOCATED in Renfrew, large 3 bedroom apartment, 2 storeys, shared backyard, parking for 2 cars, $850/month plus utilities, washer and dryer hook-up. First, last references. 252 John St N, 2 blocks and south of hospital, $775, 819-647-3986 leave message large 2-bedroom, eat-in kitchen, dining/living room, renovated, clean, quiet, safe, pet-friendly, 2 bedrm condo apartment parking, locker, fridge, for rent in Arnprior, $850./ stove, hood fan, month + hydro. Includes 613-299-7501 parking, gas heat, water and 5 appliance. Please contact Greg Townley, Broker of Record Mather Insurance & BIRTHDAY Real Estate, 613-282-7125.
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RETIREMENT APARTMENTS, ALL INCLUSIVE Meals, transportation, activities daily. Short Leases. Monthly Specials! Call 877-210-4130 Room to Rent in small great home, close to downtown Renfrew. Call Frank 613.433.9593 Clean, 2 Bedroom Apt for rent. $675/month, water included. All other utilities are separate. Shared Parking and large backyard. Available Feb 1st. For all inquires, call 613-433-7752.
Waterfront 1 bedroom apartment on River Rd, Castleford area. Details call 613.433.0078
SHARE HOUSE, large private area with your own refrigerator, stove, bathroom, gas fireplace, nice area, near Grove and downtown, non-smoker, quiet, no pets, $565. 613-623-4921.
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Stock Clerk (Part-Time) Receive and stock merchandise and inventory at the location. Will assist customers with carry in and carry out of merchandise. Clean the store at opening and closing. Team player with excellent customer service skills. Must be able to multi-task. Earn $500/weekly. Resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
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SMALL ONE BEDROOM apartment on Madawaska St., Arnprior. Fridge, stove, and parking. Second floor, NO PETS, $560+hydro and hot water. 613-623-9282
FOR SALE 1956 Wurlitzer, Box, for records roll top glass cover, down both sides at Call 613-267-4463.
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!!20+APPLIANCES!! Nearly-new washers, dryers, fridges, stoves, freezers. Warrantied, delivered. Appliance repair, parts for sale, disposal, dishwasher installation. Support your locals! For viewing, Marc 613-889-9768. Arnprior
HELP WANTED - LOCAL PEOPLE NEEDED!!! Simple & Flexible HomeBased work. 100% Genuine Opportunity. F/T & P/T. Very Easy No experience Required. Income is Guaranteed! No If you have an insurance Fees claim, â€œWho You Gonna www.AvailableHelpWantCall?â€? Ghost Busters? Give ed.com us a call! Service is our business. Eady Insurance. United Churchâ€™s Pakenham 6 1 3 - 4 3 2 - 8 5 4 3 , Pastoral Charge requires a 1 - 8 8 8 - 2 7 5 - 3 2 3 9 part-time Office Administrawww.eadyinsurance.ca tor, approximately 10 hours a week, providing good orOat and Wheat Straw For ganizational and computer Sale. Stored Indoors, De- skills to Zion, Cedar Hill livery Available. Barclay and St. Andrewâ€™s, PakenDick & Son Farm Supply. ham. $15 per hour. Apply 613.649.2440 or by February 10 to Pastoral Charge, Box 224, Paken613.649.2620 ham, ON K0A 2X0, att M&P Committee. STEEL BUILDI N G S / M E T A L FOR RENT BUILDINGS UP TO 60% OFF!30x40, 40x60, 50x80, 60x100,80x100 sell for balance owed! Call: 1-800-457-2206 www.crownsteelbuildings.ca
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3 bedroom townhouse, 1.5 baths, 2 appliances, unďŹ nished basement, one parking spot. $1071 per month plus utilities.
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Thank You The family of the late Eric Elliott wishes to express our deep appreciation to those who have offered their kindness, support and messages of sympathy and comfort in our bereavement. Thank you for the gifts of food, ďŹ‚oral tributes, charitable donations, beautiful cards, phone calls and personal expressions of sympathy. We especially wish to thank Dr. David Johnson, Dr. Philippe Pinard and the caring staff at RVH. Your many acts of kindness and sympathy continue to be a great comfort to us in our time of sorrow. CLR499975
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Â¸ Security building, Apts recently redecorated, ample kitchen cabinets and closets. Â¸ Close to shopping and medical services. Â¸ Elevator and Laundry on site. Â¸ 1 bedroom $745+utilities Â¸ 2 bedroom $835+utilities Â¸ Please respectfully no pets / no smoking. Â¸ Free Parking
Last Saturday January 11, I celebrated my 90th Birthday along with Sir John A. who would have been 199. Like him, my father was born in Glasgow Scotland and immigrated to Canada in 1892. He married my mother who was born in Glasgow Station, Ontario. I would like to thank all family, friends, and neighbours for making my birthday a â€œmonumentalâ€? surprise on January 12, 2014, at my home in Arnprior and all those who sent best wishes. These and love expressed were heartfelt.
Bless you all, Doug (Happy) Calder
Saturday Feb. 1, 2014 8pm â€“ 1am Douglas Tavern
DRIVERS WANTED AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes: Guaranteed 40 hour work week + overtime, paid travel, lodging, meal allowance, 4 weekâ€™s vacation/excellent benefits package. Must be able to have extended stays away from home for three months at a time. Experience Needed: Valid AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes, commercial driving experience. Apply online at www.sperryrail.com under careers, FastTRACK Application.
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MUSIC Guitar Lessons from Professional Musician. All ages, from beginner to experienced. $40/hour. 613.432.1985
PETS Dog Sitting- Experienced retired breeder providing lots of TLC. My home. Smaller dogs only. References available. $17-$20 daily Marg 613-721-1530 www. lovingcaredogsitting.com
Alan Jackson, Dierks Bentley, Josh Turner at the 25th Anniversary Havelock Country Jamboree Aug 14-17, 2014, 4 day camping & Country Music Festival. Over 25 Acts- Buy Tickets 1-800-539-3353 & www.havelockjamboree.com
Farm Land 80 Acres of Tile Drain Farm Land, Richmond/ North Gower area. Call 613-489-2001 or 613-880-0494
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Bluegrass for Hospice with The Dusty Drifters Sat. Feb Snowmobiles: Polaris 8, 2014, 7-10 at Delicious Ultra 1998, Triple, Reid Restaurant. $15. Belt, $2575.00 negotiable, also 2003 700 Polaris Edge $3575.00 negotiable. EXHIBITORS: please get Call 613-489-2001 or in touch with 613-880-0494 doug@showcaseinpetawa wa.ca for information about taking part in SHOWCASE WANTED 2014, April 25, 26, 27.
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WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE SCRAP CARS Will pay $50 -$200, or more depending on types. Picked up free. 613-432-3464 or cell 613-432-0449
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The Mississippi Mills Public Library is looking for a Part Time Branch Services Supervisor who is dynamic, community-focused and has the experience to introduce new initiatives that are responsive to community and patron needs. The hours are 23 hours per week. Some evenings and weekends are required. DUTIES Working in the Pakenham Branch of the Mississippi Mills Public Library and under the direction of the CEO/Chief Librarian: â€˘ acts as supervisor for branch services â€˘ is responsible for providing public library services including circulation duties, readerâ€™s advisory and reference support, collection maintenance, social media â€˘ troubleshoots technology â€˘ with our team plans and oversees programmes and community outreach â€˘ supports special grant projects or programmes (for example, summer students, tech tutors, literacy tutors) â€˘ assists with selection of adult materials â€˘ assists with the training of new staff â€˘ organizes and directs Pakenham Branch staff and volunteers â€˘ Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS. â€˘ Two year Library Technician Diploma with relevant experience in a public library setting or equivalent combination of education and experience â€˘ Successful experience in a public library setting with some supervisory experience; demonstrated progressive responsibility â€˘ ProďŹ ciency in windows based computer system/software, spreadsheet software and social media tools is required; experience with library circulation systems/software is preferred. â€˘ Excellent oral and written communications skills â€˘ Excellent public relations skills; tact, resourcefulness, ďŹ‚exibility and ability to perform well under stress â€˘ Ability to work as part of a team
Information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of job selection. If you require this document or any additional documents in an alternative format, please contact our ofďŹ ce at 613 256-2064. Should you require any special accommodations in order to apply or interview for a position with the Town of Mississippi Mills we will endeavour to make such accommodations.
Interested candidates are invited to submit in conďŹ dence, a resume outlining their qualiďŹ cations to the undersigned no later than 5 oâ€™clock noon on Friday, January 31, 2014. We would like to thank all who apply, but only those applicants selected for an interview will be acknowledged. Ms. Pam Harris, CEO/Chief Librarian Tel: 613.256-1037 Fax: 613.256-4887 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Busy Flooring Business is seeking a Professional Sales Associate. Sales experience is a must, Industry and or purchasing experience preferred but not essential. Full and part time opportunities available. Pay based on experience and quality of candidate. Some weekend hours may be required. Within this fast growing organization there are also opportunities for;
*** EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY *** CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF MISSISSIPPI MILLS Mississippi Mills Public Library requires a Branch Services Supervisor (Pakenham Branch) Rate of Pay: $26.10 to $32.09 per hour
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The Canadian Cancer Society is in immediate need of volunteer canvassers to go door-todoor within the Renfrew area during the month of April. If you can give some of your spare time to the fight against cancer this April, please call Ray at 613.432.0705, the community office at 613.735.2571 or email Renfrew@ontario.cancer.ca
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We are looking for results oriented people who have in-depth knowledge of the trades and who are capable of assuming boom line responsibilies in the pursuit of excellence and delivery. Our environment is fast paced and results driven. Our team is energec, intelligent and hardworking. Our company places a high value on establishing a workplace where people are challenged and respected every day. Whatâ€™s In It For You â€˘ Health and Dental BeneďŹ ts â€˘ Training and Other Tools and Resources for Success â€˘ Advancement Opportunies â€˘ Compeve Salary â€˘ ProďŹ t Sharing
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For 60 years Magellan Aerospace, Haley has been producing magnesium and aluminum castings for the aerospace industry.
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Located in Brockville, Ontario, James Ross Limited, is an internationally recognized leader in the custom design and fabrication of paper machine cleaning equipment. Recent worldwide demand for their products has created several openings. SENIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEER(S) 3D DESIGN SPECIALISTS â—† Mechanical Engineering Degree or Mechanical Technologist Diploma â—† Minimum 3 â€“ 5 years 3D design experience â—† Knowledge of Pulp & Paper equipment an asset â—† Strong Problem Solving/Trouble Shooting/Organizational Skills TECHNICAL SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE â—† Mechanical Technician/Millwright CertiďŹ cate with 5 plus years ďŹ eld experience â—† Performed maintenance and repair of doctors, showers, oscillators â—† Willing to travel in the United States, Mexico and Canada CNC MILL MACHINIST(S) â—† CertiďŹ ed machinist training, 3 â€“ 5 yearsâ€™ experience and scheduling exposure â—† Machine custom and complex parts and equipment with high tolerances â—† Ability to read job packets and understand complex blueprints â—† CNC programming for lathes and milling machines essential â—† View this exciting machine on google: Nicolas Correa Axia 11.5 Presentation Video INTERMEDIATE WELDER(S) â—† Work Experience 3 â€“ 5 yearsâ€™ experience â—† Skilled with both GMAW and GTAW Welding Processes â—† Stainless Steel Welding Experience is an Asset. â—† Ability to read job packets and understand complex blueprints â—† Welding CertiďŹ cation is an Asset These positions offer you and opportunity to establish your career in a pleasant and supportive environment. You will enjoy a competitive salary and fringe beneďŹ ts. In the ďŹ rst instance mail or e-mail your resume to: C.W. ARMSTRONG 201 â€“ 84 King Street West P.O. BOX 773 BROCKVILLE, ON K6V 5W1 e-mail: email@example.com 1 877 779-2362 (613) 498-2290
Currently we are seeking 1 full-time Director of Care to provide overall management of resident care programs to include the Nursing Unit and the Assisted Living Program at the Grove Nursing Home. The incumbent will be responsible for a wide array of duties including but not limited to:
CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY Urgently Needs one volunteer leadership person for the upcoming April Daffodil Campaign in the Arnprior area. This key team player will be responsible for coordinating pin sales at various outlets. Please help us in the fight against cancer. Call 1 800 255-8873 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Care, Grove Nursing Home The Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital and the Grove Nursing Home are located in the Town of Arnprior, less than 30 minutes northwest of Ottawa. There are approximately 320 staff, 200 volunteers, and a growing number of medical staff providing exemplary care to over 30,000 residents of West Ottawa, McNab/Braeside, Arnprior and portions of Mississippi Mills.
APPLY AT: email@example.com or fax your resume to: 613-283-8649 no later than February 14, 2014 We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Arnprior Chronicle-Guide EMC - Thursday, January 30, 2014 45
BURGESS In loving memory of our parents and grandparents, Ernie (January 3, 2011) and Irene (January 29, 2003).
BURGESS In loving memory of our Mom (Grandma) Irene (January 29, 2003), Dad (Grandpa) Ernie (January 3, 2011), Brother Allan (February 14, 2012) and Niece Irene (December 28, 2012)
Sadly missed along lifeâ€™s way, Never more than a thought away, Precious memories keep you near, As time unfolds another year. Forever in our hearts, Steve, Patricia, Corey, Cody and Kelsie
January 30, 1999 Fondly loved and deeply mourned; Heart of my heart, I miss you so; Often my darling my tears will flow, Dimming your picture whereâ€™er I go, Tis sad but true, I will abide, until some day weâ€™ll be side by side.
We often visit your resting place And we often speak your names Remembering you can cause a smile, bring laughter or a tear These are precious keepsakes with which weâ€™ll never part
A smiling face, a holding hand Always there to understand Ten short years have passed You are always remembered In our hearts
FINDLAY In loving memory of a husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather Murray, who passed away February 2nd, 1997.
Love your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren
There is a link death cannot sever, Love and remembrance last forever.
STUART, In loving memory of our GREENE, Grant dear mother Hazel Stuart who passed away January January 30, 1999 30, 2003. There is a face that haunts We miss you in so many us ever, ways And a voice which brought We miss the things you us cheer; used to say And a smile weâ€™ll forever When old times we do remember, recall When in silence we dry Itâ€™s then we miss you every tear. most of all. Sons and Daughters Always in our thoughts, Patricia, Dorothy, Cathy, Richard, George and families
In loving memory of
February 02, 2004
Love Always, Vera and Family
Chester Yantha Jan 6, 1936 â€“ Jan 29, 2013 Our loving husband, father and grandfather. We do not need a special day To bring you to our minds The days we donâ€™t think of you Are very hard to ďŹ nd Our hearts still ache with sadness And secret tears still ďŹ‚ow What it meant to lose you No one will ever know. Miss you so much, love Jen, Mike, Chantelle, Andrew and Isabelle
Loving wife, Betty
Forever loved and remembered Keith, Barb, Lisa & Dwight
In loving memory of James Cameron February 14, 1992 Isabel January 22, 2012 Every day in some small way Memories of you Mom & Dad, come our way. Though absent you are always near Still miss, loved & always dear. Art, Sheila, Joan, Doug, Dorothy, Glen, Ruth, Sharon, Neil, Ron, Stacy & families
Nancy Curry February 2, 2009
COUNTY OF RENFREW Employment Opportunity BONNECHERE MANOR Long Term Care Home Bonnechere Manor, a safe and caring community to live, work and enjoy life.
PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKERS Part Time Positions â€“ All 8 hour shifts QualiďŹ cations: s 0ERSONAL 3UPPORT 7ORKER #ERTIlCATE OR EQUIVALENT AS PER / 2EG OF THE ,ONG 4ERM #ARE (OMES !CT s #ERTIlCATE n &OOD 3AFETY !WARENESS 0ROGRAM RECOGNIZED BY A 0UBLIC (EALTH 5NIT s 4HE ABILITY TO WORK ANY SHIFTS BE AVAILABLE FOR SHORT NOTICE CALL INS AND TO MAINTAIN REGULAR ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED
Please send your resume, stating Competition #14-16 by 4:00 p.m., Thursday, February 6, 2014: Human Resources, County of Renfrew 9 International Drive, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org (in MS Word or pdf format)
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Forever in our hearts Mom & Dad John, Nick, and your loving daughters Amanda, Megan, Taylor and granddaughter Payton In memory of Earle Regan, a loving husband, father and grandfather who passed away February 5, 2007. Till the Rivers all run dry, Till the Sun falls from the sky, Till Life on earth is through, Weâ€™ll be loving you. (Don Williams) Love you & Miss you Dianne and Family
Thank you for your interest, however, only applicants considered for an interview will be contacted.
Compensation: n PER HOUR &OR A COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION AND QUALIlCATIONS PLEASE SEE THE #OUNTY OF 2ENFREW WEBSITE AT http://www.countyofrenfrew.on.ca/departments/human-resources/ unionized-job-descriptions/
We think about you always, We talk about you still, You have never been forgotten, And you never will. We hold you close within our hearts, And there you will remain, To walk with us throughout our lives Until we meet again.
COADY, Carmel - In remembrance of a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, who left this earth, January 31, 2013. Months have passed day by day, It is now one year since she went away. Though her smile is gone forever And her hand we cannot touch, We have so many memories Of the one we loved so much. Her memory is our keepsake With which we will never part. God has her in His keeping, We have her in our hearts. Life is not forever â€Ś our love is. Doug, Deb, Erin, Michael, Maya, Zachery and Emma
Simon William Kasaboski August 11, 1937 â€“ January 31, 2011
You touched our souls you moved our hearts You travelled wide and often without any charts You always took the time to help out and care I would go to you to find your wisdom there Although Iâ€™ll never see your being on this earth again I think of you in fondness and the times â€˜way back when You as my mentor teaching the boy and man to be We created a special bond without a trace of misology You would always help others and never think twice And you were always there to give others good advice At times when I stood beside you I felt rather of small But you always found a way to make me feel tall You came to me one night in a and powerful dream There was Dolly and Handsome your old faithful team There was elders and children and a fireflies gal-our Distance dogs barking, you were on a mission for sure Your message was strong and your gesture was clear He had reached your Nirvana so far away from here As he climbed Jacobâ€™s Ladder with light was so colossal Son David took your hand and led you to St. Peter the Apostle St. Pete shouted loudly, â€œSamâ€™s here and as usual he is fashion-ally lateâ€? Come on all you young lads and open the gate There were Angels singing A cappella and with much grace You had to look twice to make sure you were in the right place
Allan Earl Dunfield Feb. 03/2008 - Six years No matter how I spend my day. No matter what I do. Before I close my eyes at night, I always think of you. In my thoughts and in my heart. Miss you Love always Alice
You captured eternal happiness and that brought me much joy Iâ€™ve always looked up to you since I was a boy I search the skies over with no tears in my eyes Youâ€™ll be in my heart always, until my demise â€˜Till then I will miss you my dear, great friend And think of you always as I round every bend You always told me when defeated, giveâ€™er another try You told me always say, â€œTill next time, never, ever say Good-byeâ€? I miss you Sam. Your Friend Steve
In Memory of
RALPH SWEET SENIOR DEATH NOTICE
LATRAVERSE, Guy (Retired Warrant Ofﬁcer -Canadian Armed Forces-Bagotville) CLR492544
Peacefully at the Bonnechere Manor, Renfrew, on Monday January 27, 2014, Guy Latraverse, age 90 years. Survived by spouse of 31 years, Doreen Latraverse (widow of Garwood Warren). Survived by four stepchildren Donald (Joanne) Warren, Catherine (Keith) Wood, Robert (Faye) Warren, Maureen Dunnigan, brother Yves, sister-in-law Madeline Boismenu (Pierre’s widow), Numerous nieces and nephews. Pre-deceased by parents Arsene Latraverse and Maria Plouffe, siblings Cecile (Gerard Brosseau), Paul, Jeannette (Gerard Letendre), Jean-Marie (Jeannette Boisvert), Yvette, Pierre. Guy Enjoyed retired life, golﬁng year round with his bride, the love of his life. Memorial visitation at the GOULET FUNERAL HOME, 310 Argyle St. S., Renfrew, Friday January 31st: from 10 a.m. until a Liturgy of the Word at 11 a.m. In memory of Guy, donations to the Alzheimer’s Society or Bonnechere Manor Foundation would be appreciated. Online condolences/ donations: www.gouletfuneralhome.com
Ralph Nelson Sweet, 77, passed away, Saturday, January 25th, 2014 at his residence in Saint Cloud, Florida following a courageous battle with cancer. Ralph was born in Sault Ste Marie, Canada on April 11, 1936, the son of the late Ernest and Stella (Rombough) Sweet. Ralph is survived by his wife Helen (Cole) Sweet of Saint Cloud; a daughter, Marie Sweet of Canada; three sons: Eddie Sweet and wife Cathy of Renfrew; Ralph Sweet, Jr. and wife Denise of Renfrew; Robby Sweet and wife Maebelle of Renfrew; a step-daughter, Paula Butters and husband Jay of Kissimmee, FL; and step-son, Donnie Usher and wife Sandy of Saint Cloud. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; and two brothers: Frank Sweet and Lloyd Sweet both of Canada. A service will be held in Saint Cloud on Thursday, January 30th at Fisk Funeral Home (407-892-2155; www.ﬁskfh.com). Cards are also being collected at Sweet’s Décor, 338 Raglan St. S., Renfrew, ON K7V 1R5.
THOMAS, Edith Eilleen (nee Essex)
Born December 16, 1930 in the Netherlands. Peacefully after a valiant battle Henry passed away at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Thursday January 23rd at the age of 83. Beloved husband of 56 years to Thea Hendriks. Dear father of Dilia (the late Paul Rodrige) of B.C. and Ted (Brandi) of Renfrew. Dear Opa of 6. Henry will be sadly missed by his brother Frans (Coby), and sisters Jeanne (late Mart), Henrietta (Bert), Dilia (Bert), his sister in law Maria (Hank de Vocht), brother in law Ted (Marilyn) and his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his brother in law Hank. Henry worked at Morrison Lamothe for 14 years and Voyageur for 28 years. He will be sadly missed. Visitation will be held at the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Argyle St, S, Renfrew on Tuesday January 28th from 6:30 until 8:00pm. A Liturgy of the Word will be celebrated in the funeral home at 8:00pm. Donations may be made to the Cancer Society. Online condolences/donations: www.gouletfuneralhome.com
Edith passed away peacefully at the Grove Nursing Home, Arnprior Wednesday January 22, 2014 in her 90th year. Beloved wife of the late Clayton Thomas (1997). Dear mother of Carolyn (Oswald) Mosseau of Braeside, Bonnie (Wayne) Dazé of Arnprior and Cindy Thomas of Ottawa. Predeceased by daughter Shirley (Doug) Sinclair of Winchester. Much loved grandmother of Marnie MosseauBarr, Trina Chapman, Kristy Dazé, Dustin and Kyle Chattaway, Clay Reitsma, Sherry Collins and Shannon Crowder. Cherished great-grandmother of Raven and Zach Barr, Mia Reitsma, Greg and Brody Collins and Shyla Crowder. Edith’s family wish to thank Dr. Morrison and the staff at the Grove Nursing Home, Arnprior for their continued support and compassionate care. Arrangements by The Boyce Funeral Home Chapel, Visitation and Reception Centre 138 Daniel Street N. Arnprior Friday January 24, 2014 from 7-9 p.m. and after 1:30 p.m. Saturday until time of service. Funeral Service was conducted Saturday January 25, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. in the Boyce Chapel. Interment Arnprior Albert Street Cemetery at a later date. To honour the love Edith held for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren in memoriams to CHEO would be appreciated by her family. Condolences / Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
September 15, 1919 – January 25, 2014
Passed away peacefully at Hospice Renfrew on Saturday, January 25, 2014, in his 95th year. Beloved husband of the late Grace Cornett Headrick, and previously the late Madeline Bookless. Loving father of Janet Bradﬁeld (Bob) and Bill Simmons (Jill Kolar), and stepfather of Bev Patterson (late Ken) and Doug Headrick (Donna). Proud grandfather of Pamela Bradﬁeld, Barry Bradﬁeld (Stephanie), Lisa Young (Chad), Billy Patterson (Kerri), Brad Patterson (Kelly), David Headrick (Aileen), Alison Ing (Perry), Carin Headrick (Steve Wettlaufer), and great-grandfather of Stella Hall and Mitchell & Austin Young. Visitation at McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home, 85 Munroe Ave. E., Renfrew on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., followed by a Masonic Service. A Memorial Service will then be held in the Chapel at 1:30 p.m. Inurnment at Capital Memorial Gardens at a later date. In lieu of ﬂowers, donations to Admaston Grace United Church would be appreciated by the family. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca
Peacefully at the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital with loved ones by her side on Saturday morning, January 25th, 2014. Anna Mildred Dupuis of Arnprior; formerly of Kingston at the age of 83 years. Dear daughter of the late Cleary Judge and the late Teresa Fitzgerald. Beloved wife of the late John Eugene Dupuis) (May 3, 1998). Dearly loved mother of Paul (Darlene) of Campbellford; Donna Laplante of White Lake and Laurie Dupuis (Kevin Still) of Arnprior. Cherished and proud “Gram” of Kelsey Laplante and J.P. Dupuis. Dear sister of Sheila Gane (Fred) of Kingston. Predeceased by 3 sisters: Helen, Thelma and Stella as well as her only brother, Jerry. Family and friends were invited to pay their respects at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Wednesday morning, January 29th from 8:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. A Funeral Mass was held in St. Philip Neri Church, Toledo, Ontario on Wednesday at 12 o’clock noon. A reception will follow. Spring interment Parish Cemetery. In memory of Anna, a donation the Arnprior, Braeside and McNab Seniors at Home Program or the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated by her family. Condolences/Tributes/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca
CRAM, Andrew James Passed away peacefully on Friday, January 24, 2014 at the Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital, with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Rachel (nee Judd). Loving father of Madison and Kolby. Dear brother of Michael (Lisa Murphy), Tim (Connie), Theresa Brydges (Bert), and brother-in-law of Cedric Judd (Darlene). Much loved son of Wayne and Mary Lou Cram. Andy will be missed by his nieces, nephews, relatives and many friends. Visitation at McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home, 85 Munroe Ave. E., Renfrew (at Lorne St.) on Monday, January 27, 2014 from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. A Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment at Rosebank Cemetery in the spring. In lieu of ﬂowers, donations to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation or an Education Fund for Madison & Kolby Cram would be appreciated by the family. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca
VAN ZUTPHEN; Henry
SIMMONS, Vaughan Theodore Bertram
“The Singin’ Grandmother” November 14, 1924 - January 22, 2014 (Inducted into the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame 1995)
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Local events and happenings over the coming weeks â€” free to non-profit organizations Fax: 613-623-7518, E-mail: email@example.com The community calendar is offered as a free public service for non-profit groups. Notices appear as space permits. Please submit your information at least two weeks prior to the event and include a daytime contact name and phone number for us to reach you for clarification. Notices can be emailed to sherry. firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at our 8 McGonigal St. office in Arnprior.
â€˘ January 15-February1
Silent auction at the Opportunity Shop. Come and bid on fabulous art for your home. Auction runs from Wednesday, Jan. 15 until Saturday, Feb. 1 at 11 a.m. All proceeds to the Arnprior hospital.
â€˘ January 30
Knights of Columbus bingo every Thursday at St. John Chrysostom Parish Hall. Starts at 6:45 p.m. New increased prize format starting in January. Specials for the food bank and Arnprior Hospital. DEREK DUNN/METROLAND
Pakenham Frost Fest four-hand euchre at the Anglican Church at 7 p.m.
Hearty breakfast at the Optimists Winter Carnival
First official Arnprior and Area Canadian Peace Initiative gathering, 6:30 p.m. The agenda will be to poll each of us in our activities and interests that will forward the goals of a culture of peace. The address for the meeting is 46 Elgin St. E. in Arnprior.
â€˘ January 31
Arnprior Legion hamburgers will be served in the Veterans Lounge from 11:30 a.m.to 1:30 p.m.
Enjoying the Shanty breakfast at Nick Smith Centre during this yearâ€™s winter carnival are grandchildren Gabe, left, and Grady Hill. Joining them are their grandparents Andree and Norbert Lapierre. 9 a.m. at the fire hall. The rally will take place on local trails and will end at Love that Barr. Cost is $20. Braeside Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Wine and Cheese Shop Your Girlfriendâ€™s Closet Please, 1-4 p.m., $5 admission. Come shop â€˜til you drop.
Grace-St. Andrewâ€™s United Church Women roast beef supper, 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Christian Education Centre, 257 John St. North, Arnprior. Adult $15; children under six free. Family of four (children under 12) - $30, accessible, takeout available.
Pakenham Frost Fest snowshoe, crosscounty ski and tobogganing party from noon to 3 p.m. at the Pakenham Highlands Golf Course.
Pakenham Frost Fest fish and chip dinner at 5 p.m. at the Pakenham Curling Club. Cost $15 for adults and $10 for Pakenham Frost Fest 2-for-1 night at children under-12. The all-you-can-eat meal also includes Mount Pakenham. coleslaw and dessert. A Celebration of Minor Hockey with a Pakenham Frost Fest Bingo Night at the Pakenham Curl- silent auction and dance at the Nick Smith ing Club at 7:30 p.m. Centre 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets will be sold at the Nick Smith Centre for 10 per person. Arnprior Legion jam session. Bring an instrument, sing Come out and dance the night away to the or just enjoy the fun, starts at 7:30 p.m. sounds of All 4 One, door prizes and great auction items and lots of dancing and fun.
Arnprior and District Humane Society Have a Heart membership campaign drive for the month of February. The first 100 people to sign up for a membership (either family or single) have a chance to win a prize. Each new member sign-up will be entered into a draw to win one of two prizes: first prize Haussmann 14.4V Lithium-ion Drill/Driver or second prize of a baby basket. Draw takes place March 1 at 2 p.m.
â€˘ February 1
Pakenham Frost Fest Snowmobile Rally, registration at
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â€˘ February 7
Hamburgers, with the works, best in town only $4 at the Arnprior Legion, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Knights-Legion Euchre Challenge third evening at St. John Chrysostom parish hall. Get rid of the winter blues, come out, have some fun, meet new friends and at the end of the competition have a fantastic meal. Cost is $6 per team per night. Registration at 6:30 p.m. with competition at 7 p.m. Game nights are also Feb. 21 (parish hall); March 14 (Legion); March 28 banquet and awards (parish hall).
The February Valley Singles Lunch 1 p.m. at Busterâ€™s Bar & Grill in Carleton Place. For more information, call Donna at 613623-6698.
â€˘ February 3
â€˘ February 8
Calling all seniors age 55 and over, get ready to dance, free line-dancing Mondays at the Nick Smith Centre community hall, noon to 1 p.m., with instructor Hyacinth Chatterton, register by Jan. 27. Sponsored by Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home, 613-623-7981. Also Feb. 10, Feb. 24, and Monday March 3.
â€˘ February 4
A six-hand euchre challenge takes place on Thursdays this month 7:30 p.m. at the community centre hall, 119 Darwin St. Admission: $5. Prizes and refreshments. Everyone welcome. Also Feb. 13, 20 and 27
Pakenham Square Dance Club Dance on Friday held upstairs in the Stewart Community Centre, Dancing 8 to 11:30 p.m. Local musicians, door prizes and light lunch provided. Everyone welcome. Info 613-256-4126
â€˘ February 2
Arnprior Legion bingo 7 p.m.
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â€˘ February 6
Macnamara Field Naturalists Club monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Arnprior Curling Club, featuring the Great Naturalistâ€™s Quiz given by naturalist and columnist Michael Runtz.
â€˘ February 5
Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home Diners Club, Jimâ€™s Restaurant dining room, 5-7 p.m., Chicken Parmigiana, tickets, new price of $13 (purchase by noon Feb. 4). Entertainment by Rick Leben. For info call 613-623-7981.
Bridge/euchre casserole luncheon at Christian Education Centre, 257 John St. N., Arnprior, noon to 4 p.m., tickets $15/person. Proceeds to Arnprior and District Breast Cancer Support Group. For info or to reserve a table, call Elta Watt at 613-623-7455 or Marion Murdock 613623-4981. Braeside winter carnival at the RA Centre. Breakfast 7-10 a.m., face-painting 9 a.m., menâ€™s cake contest and auction 10 a.m., magic show 10:30 a.m., horse drawn sleigh rides 11:30 a.m., shoot out contest 11:30 a.m. kids games, skating races noon-1 p.m., Wildcat Winter Classic Hockey Tourney and euchre beginning at 1 p.m., free skating at 7 p.m. For info, call 613-6235756, ext. 226 or visit www.mcnabbraeside.com . St. Michaelâ€™s 4-hand euchre tournament series, Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre, 100 Clifford Campbell Street, Fitzroy Harbour. Doors open at noon, tournament at 1
p.m. Two-person teams, eight games, $20 per person, light lunch. For info, call 613623-9780. Also March 29, April 5, May 3. Simon Clarke entertains in the Arnprior Legion Lounge 2-6 p.m. Note: Legion Saturday dinners have been discontinued until further notice
â€˘ February 14
Valentineâ€™s Day luncheon at Galilee, New England clam chowder, boneless chicken breast with orange cranberry glaze, creamy mashed potatoes, sesame green beans, strawberry parfaits. Please call 613-6234242, ext. 21 to reserve your seats. Valentineâ€™s Day Karaoke at Island View Suites noon to 4 p.m.
â€˘ February 15
Arnprior and District Fish and Game Club, in partnership with the Arnprior Fire Department, will hold a youth fishing derby for age up to 18 at Goodwinâ€™s Bay at the end of McNab Street from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more, call Murray Hughes at 613-6236744 or James Kucharik at 613-623-1895. Arnprior and McNab-Braeside Archives annual general meeting at 1 p.m. in the Arnprior Public Library upper level meeting room. Guest speaker Glenn Wrightâ€™s topic is searching First World War service records. Light refreshments will be served, after which the Archives will be open for public touring. Winter Fire Ball, a fundraising gala hosted by the McNab Braeside Firefighters Association, Nick Smith Centre, Arnprior. 6 p.m. until 1 a.m. Cocktails begin at 6 p.m., followed by a magnificent dinner prepared by executive chef Randy Paulen at 7 p.m. Dinner will finish with a silent auction, leading to entertainment and dancing with music by The Front End. Tickets $45/person and can be purchased at Melâ€™s Flowers, 291 Elgin St. or MacPhersonâ€™s Plumbing, 106 Daniel St., Arnprior. Young at Heart Valentine Dance at the Arnprior Legion 8 p.m. to midnight. Dance to Smokey Rose. Lunch, prizes, spot dances and 50/50 for $10 at the door. All proceeds in support of Community Support Services.
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