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It was one of the best years yet for the Arnprior Fair. Held Aug. 9-11 at a new location on Van Dusen Drive, hugely successful features including Friday's special needs day and Saturday night headliners Big Wreck, helped make the event one for the record books. More than 400 people with special needs and their supporters attended the first morning of the Arnprior Fair. Midway management turned down the lights and sounds for those with heightened sensitivities; one of a few fairs in the region to do so. Arnprior Fair has welcomed those with disabilities since 2013. Canadian-American rock band Big Wreck drew the fair's biggest crowd yet. The midway, 4-H and animal shows, and other entertainment including River Town Saints and Rainwater Whiskey, rounded out the experience for fair goers.
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COUNTY APPEALS FOR RECONSIDERATION OF LONG-TERM CARE CUTS JONATHAN MULVIHILL firstname.lastname@example.org Renfrew County may have a serious problem regarding longterm care in the near future. In late May, the provincial government announced they would eliminate two funding streams for long-term care. Two Renfrew County owned long-term care homes, Bonnechere Manor in Renfrew and Miramichi Lodge in Pembroke, will be affected by these cuts. Provincial funding for both homes will be slashed by $175,000 in 2019 and by $366,000 in 2020. On June 26, Renfrew County Warden Jennifer Murphy sent a letter regarding the concerns to Merrilee Fullerton, the new Minister of Long-Term Care, asking the government to reconsider the elimination of the funding pots. "We support your intent to improve health care and end hallway medicine," she said, "but reducing provincial funding to municipal long-term care homes will
THE ISSUE: PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCED CUTS TO LONG-TERM CARE LOCAL IMPACT: QUALITY OF RESIDENT CARE IN BONNECHERE MANOR AND MIRAMICHI LODGE WILL BE AFFECTED result in either reduced service levels or increased tax burden for municipal ratepayers - particularly concerning when long-term care services are key to achieving your goals." Murphy added that the cuts would have "an immediate and negative impact" on front-line staff, which in turn would affect the quality of resident care. Shelley Sheedy, director of long-term care for the County of
Torstar file photo Bonnechere Manor is one of two long-term care homes in Renfrew County that will be affected by funding cuts announced by the provincial government. Renfrew, shares the warden's concerns. "In the short term, we don't know if these cuts will impact staff," she said. "However, if they hope to keep the same number of employees, then the extra funds needed would have to come from the municipalities that host these homes, therefore creating an extra burden for taxpayers." Admaston/Bromley council
received the letter during their Aug. 1 meeting, where they agreed to support Murphy in her
request. The cuts were to take effect on Aug. 1, but Fullerton announced in a statement in late July they would be delayed three months to Oct. 1 after hearing from longterm care operators and others with concerns. "This will allow for more sufficient time for long-term care operators to make the required adjustments and if there are any potential gaps affecting the quality of care for patients, they can be addressed." Murphy urges all Renfrew County municipalities, the Eastern Ontario Wardens Caucus, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario and AdvantAge Ontario to support the recommendations.
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STORY BEHIND THE STORY
In late May, Premier Doug Ford's provincial government announced province-wide cuts to long-term care funding, which will affect two local care homes, Bonnechere Manor in Renfrew and Miramichi Lodge in Pembroke. Renfrew County Warden Jennifer Murphy has asked Minister of Long-Term Care Merrilee Fullerton to reconsider the elimination of funding streams. The letter was circulated to all municipalities in Renfrew County. The Arnprior Chronicle-Guide is tracking responses to the request.
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RENFREW RIDING INCLUDES INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE PETAWAWA'S DAN CRIGER AIMS TO DRAW BUSINESS TO RENFREW COUNTY JONATHAN MULVIHILL email@example.com Dan Criger is offering to bring more attention to Renfrew County if elected for the riding of RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke. Should the Independent candidate defeat long-time MP Cheryl Gallant of the Conservative Party, he promises to make it a priority to bring well paying jobs to Renfrew County. "I will use my influence in parliament to let the country know that Renfrew County is an ideal place to do business," Criger said. "Economic development in Renfrew County is an investment in Cana-
da. Our proximity to Ottawa means Renfrew County should be the destination of choice for business and industry. If the federal government is serious about rural economic development, they should put their money where their mouth is, set the example for businesses and decentralize some government departments to bring well paying jobs to places like Renfrew County." The Petawawa resident was previously a member of the People's Party of Canada, but lost the nomination to David Ainsworth. He then chose to break from the party, announcing his intention to run as an Independent candidate in early June. In late May, former Liberals Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott announced they would run as Independents in the up-
coming election. Only a handful of Independent politicians have ever been elected federally in Canada, with none since 2008. Criger explains why an Independent choice is a good option for voters. "I think Independent MPs are important because we can better represent the interests of the people in a riding, as opposed to the interests of a party," he said. "If there is a minority government in October, and it looks like there will be, then that is when it is most important to have an Independent MP and when he is most powerful. Regardless of who wins, I would work with them because they will need my support to govern." Criger added that while there is a heavy advantage to running Independent, there is also a slight downside.
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"The main problem is actually getting the message out," he said. "I don't have the big machinery and money that supports the other candidates. They get free advertising every time their leader appears on TV or in print or makes a policy announcement. They have decades of organization behind them while I need to start from scratch." Criger explained what it would take to defeat Gallant, the MP for RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke for almost 20 years. "There is a lot of discontent with Ms. Gallant but people complain to me that they have no other choice," he said. "I need to convince people I am a real and viable alternative. In the U.S. a first-time politician beat a career politician to become president, so it can be done. But it is an uphill battle for
Dan Criger photo Dan Criger of Petawawa will run as an Independent in the Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke riding during the federal election this fall. sure." The federal election is set for Oct. 21. Along with Ainsworth and Gallant, Criger will run against Ru-
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If you or someone you know is living in or involved in an abusive relationship help is available. Contact Bernadette McCann House 24/7 for support, advice or the safety of a shelter at 1-800-267-4930. The Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County is also available 24/7 for information and
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Notice of Application for Approval to Expropriate Land IN THE MATTER OF an application by the Minister of Transportation for approval to expropriate land being in the Geographic Township of McNab, Township of McNab/Braeside, County of Renfrew, Province of Ontario. FOR THE PURPOSE OF: property is required for the reconfiguration of the Interchange at County Road 508 (Calabogie Road) and Highway #17. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application has been made for approval to expropriate the land described as follows: In the Geographic Township of McNab, County of Renfrew, Province of Ontario, being: 1. All right, title and interest in Part of Lots 18, Concession 7, Geographic Township of McNab, County of Renfrew, being Part 2 on Plan 49R-18286 (Ministry Plan P-1823-166) being Part of PIN 57335-0117 (LT) 2. All right, title and interest in Part of Lots 18, Concession 7, Geographic Township of McNab, County of Renfrew, being Parts 2 and 4 on Plan 49R-18287 (Ministry Plan P-1823-164) being Part of PIN 57336-0082 (LT) 3. A Temporary Limited Interest in Part of Lot 18, Concession 7, Geographic Township of McNab, County of Renfrew, shown as Parts A and B on Schedule attached, being Part of PIN 57336-0082 (LT) Any owner of lands in respect of which notice is given, who desires an inquiry into whether the taking of such land is fair, sound and reasonably necessary in the achievement of the objectives of the expropriating authority, shall so notify the approving authority in writing, a) in the case of a registered owner, served personally or by registered mail, within thirty days after the registered owner is served with the notice, or, when the registered owner is served by publication, within thirty days after the first publication of the notice; b) in the case of an owner who is not a registered owner, within thirty days after the first publication of the notice. The approving authority is Minister of Transportation Queen’s Park/Minister’s Office 777 Bay Street, 5th Floor Toronto, ON M7A 1Z8
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On Aug. 5, officers from the Renfrew Ontario Provincial Police detachment responded to a traffic complaint in Admaston/Bromley Township. As a result of the investigation Joseph Madigan, 51, of Greater Madawaska Township has been charged with, impaired driving, operating a motor vehicle with over 80mg of alcohol and possession of a schedule one substance believed to be cocaine. The accused was released on a Promise to Appear to in Renfrew court Aug. 21. On August 10, officers responded to a traffic complaint in Arnprior. As a result of the investigation Samantha Bayly, 37, of Ottawa has been charged with impaired driving and operating a motor vehicle with over 80mg of alcohol. The accused was released on a Promise to Appear in Renfrew court Sept. 4. The Renfrew detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) investigated 285 calls for service from Aug. 5-12. ASSAULT Aug. 10, officers responded to an assault call on Vandusen Drive in Arnprior. As a result of an investigation Brady Leckie, 20, of Greater Madawaska Township has been charged with assault. The accused was released on a Promise to Appear in Renfrew court Sept. 4. BREAK AND ENTER Aug. 7, officers responded to a break and enter in McNab/Braeside Township. As a result of an investigation Michael Koch, 23, of Arnprior has been charged with break and enter, theft under $5,000, two counts of fail to comply with probation order and two counts of fail to comply recognizance. The accused was held for a bail hearing on Aug. 8, at the Ontario Court of Justice in Pembroke. BAIL VIOLATIONS Aug. 11, officers were conducting traffic enforcement in Arnprior. As a result of a traffic stop Claude Lafleur, 48 years old of Ladysmith, Quebec has been charged with operate motor vehicle while prohibited, three counts of fail to comply with recognizance and two counts of fail to comply with undertaking given by officer in charge. The accused was held for a bail hearing on Aug. 12 at the Ontario Court of Justice in Pembroke. Aug. 11, officers responded to a dispute call in Arnprior. As a result of an investigation Joshua Gourlay, 35, of Arnprior has been charged with fail to comply with recognizance and two counts of fail to comply with probation order. The accused was held for a bail hearing on Aug. 12 at the Ontario Court of Justice in Pembroke. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Arnprior and Renfrew officers investigated 9 domestic disputes during the past week.
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with her husband Archie Cameron 13 years ago. "He met a man and moved his family to Almonte." William, who lived from 1800 to 1885, eventually saved enough to buy a farm in the area. The house would burn at a later date, but the land remains in operation. Then his son, William J, moved to White Lake where the large family of 13 - including Cameron's father Eric - lived off his income from the lumber industry. Eric would move to Arnprior where the first Slater's Bakery opened. At one time as many as three Slater's Bakeries were pumping out bread and other goods. It is said they all worked from William J's recipe. "We could never figure out why they opened a bake shop," Cameron said. "They all used my grandfather's recipe and said there were no additives. Steve [the latest Slater to own a Slater's Bakery] still says there are no additives." The book details the ups
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and downs of a prominent family in the region. It was done, Cameron said, because family members such as her father often said one should be done. And it is a generous work; for others' children; Cameron had an illness that prevented her from having her own. Genealogy has taken off in popularity recently. Cameron said bits of information are easier to come by on the worldwide web. For many years it was more challenging for the insurance employee/family tree sleuth. "I had to go through cemeteries to get most of it," she said, chuckling. "Later cousins would send me things from the internet." A copy of The Slater's of Jedburg, Scotland is available for viewing at Arnprior Public Library. Unfortunately, most other copies went quickly during a book signing at the Villa in December.
Liberal candidate Ruben Marini wants to see communities in Renfrew County catch up to the rest of Canada if chosen to be MP for Renfrew-NipissingPembroke. Affordable housing, services for seniors, support for small businesses and more opportunities for young people are the main issues Ruben Marini aims to tackle if elected. "Canada is doing well. However, our riding is still lagging on several fronts," he said. "We need investment in infrastructure, giving communities the tools necessary to keep a good standard of living, we need investment in education and skills and we need investment in people. The former engineer was the only party member to put forward a nomination for the riding. He offi-
cially joined the race Aug. 1 at a nomination meeting in Pembroke. Marini has been interested in politics since he was a student. He joined the Liberals during the 1993 campaign to re-elect Len Hopkins as a Liberal MP. He's been supporting the party and campaigns since then. He decided to run for office because he wants a better representation in Parliament for the people in his community and others. "I'm a family man who cares about people, my community and the direction the country is going," Marini said. "After witnessing the disconnect between the progress Canada has made in the last few years and the state of the communities in our riding, I could not see a leader or a champion that listens and can help the people of Renfrew-NipissingPembroke have access to the same opportunities seen
elsewhere." Marini explains what it will take to defeat Cheryl Gallant, the MP of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke for almost 20 years. "People have been left behind in our communities while the country keeps growing. We need to close that gap," he said. "I'm committed to work hard, as I did my entire life, to ensure that we get the best shot at lifting people's lives. So, what it will take to win this election is for local people to realize that there is a choice: more of the same or a real opportunity to do better." The federal election is set for Oct. 5. Along with Gallant, Marini will face off against Green candidate Ian Pineau, People's Party candidate David Ainsworth and Independent candidate Dan Criger. The NDP has not yet chosen a candidate as of early August.
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The choice to fly, wear, or otherwise associate oneself with a flag is, inherently, a bold statement. If you fly a Canadian flag on your front porch, for example, you are telling the world that you are Canadian and proud of it. In recent years, a number of municipalities in the Ottawa Valley area have chosen to raise the Pride flag as part of their local Pride parades and festivals. This, too, is a clear statement, proclaiming that everyone, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identification, is welcome in these communities. Flags, and people's reactions to them, can indeed reveal much about someone's character. Recently, North Grenville council heard a delegation from a citizen who put forth the curious opinion that the Pride flag is itself discriminatory. Harman Boersma argued that the municipal flag policy states that "at no time will any flag be flown that's inappropriate, offensive, discriminatory, prejudice, political, or religious ... and I've argued in my articles that the rainbow flag is all of those." Members of council explained to Boersma that, in their opinion, the Pride flag is none of these things and in this case, it's council's opinion that counts. At the other end of the spectrum, there are those in this area who choose to fly the Confederate flag. Earlier this month, one appeared at a car show in Smiths Falls. Whether those who choose to use this flag as decoration want to admit it or not, people who associate themselves with it are aligning themselves with the Confederate States of America, which went to war against the U.S. in the 1860s to resist abolition and maintain their Black slaves. As such, the Confederate flag continues to be viewed by most people as a subtle (or not-so-subtle) endorsement of white supremacy. In Canada, people have the ability to fly whatever flag they want - this is freedom of speech; but freedom of speech also means that you recognize that in flying any given flag, people are going to judge you for it in one way or another, whether they judge you as a proud Canadian, a person who embraces inclusivity, or a bigot. The progression of society is a constant battle of push-and-pull. Flags, people's reactions to them, and indeed the reactions to the reactions, are often good ways of telling which side of history a person is on.
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LETTERS & COMMENTARY AFGCC ANNOUNCES CHANGES To the editor: Re: The Arnprior Fish and Game Conservation Club Inc. The AFGCC is very much alive and celebrating its 72nd year of existence. The executive has made some financial choices to reduce administrative expenses to ensure long-term financial viability. It is just plain wrong to ask the good people of Arnprior and area to donate financial support to a charitable community social group that cannot control its administrative expenses. First and foremost meant ending the lease with the town for the land in Bell Park, upon which the club house was situated. The taxes payable in lieu of rent was the single largest administrative expense the club was incurring for the last 20 years. It was unsustainable. Abandoning the lease meant that associated costs such as maintenance, hydro and insurance costs either went away or could be reduced. As a result, administrative costs now account for a more reasonable
amount of the total expenses. Instead of discussing "what to do about the club house," it also means that valuable time for meetings is devoted to enhancing its mission and realizing its charitable objectives of "conservation" relating to education, information and advocacy, habitat enhancement and enforcement of fish and game laws. A club house is not essential to delivery of programs such as the recent Archery Training in the High School project, youth-mentored hunter training courses, bursaries for graduating students, habitat enhancement projects like the American eel work with MNRF, etc. AFGCC is very much alive and continuing its work - indeed, planning, organizing and ticket selling is continuing for its 72nd Annual Dinner and Auction Sept. 7 at the Nick Smith Centre. Tickets are available from executive members. We ask for your support to help us continue with our fish and game sustainability work.
SECRETARY, ARNPRIOR FISH AND GAME CONSERVATION CLUB
THANKS FOR HELPING RWANDAN FAMILY To the editor: Arnprior Cares thanks all who donated time, space, equipment and money during our recent fundraising activities to reunite a Rwandan family. Jean de Dieu is a Peace Activist whose safety was in danger in his native Rwanda. He is anxious to re-unite with his wife and three young sons who have also had to leave Rwanda and are now living in another region of Africa. A Family Day featuring free hot dogs, popcorn and coffee together with several Rwandan games was held at Robert Simpson Park on June 22. Over the weekend of June 28 locally roasted coffee beans were on sale and donations accepted outside Metro. We would like to thank all who contributed and participated. For more info visit arn priorcares.ca.
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HAZARDOUS WASTE DEPOT OPENING First day of operation for 2019 - Saturday, May 18. The Municipality of Mississippi Mills continues to participate with neighbouring municipalities in the Hazardous Waste Depot held in Carleton Place (128 Patterson Street). The depot is open from 8 am to noon on Saturdays only. Last Day to dispose of Hazardous Waste until 2020 is August 31, 2019
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MISSISSIPPI MILLS FIRE DEPARTMENT REMINDER The Mississippi Mills Fire Department reminds you that you must obtain a signed burning permit before burning. If you have already created an account online, you will need to renew your permit for 2019. To renew or register for the ﬁrst time, log on to the website mm.burnpermits.com and select “New Permit”, then follow the directions to get your FREE 2019 permit. The process is quick and easy! If you do not have access to a computer or require assistance, please visit the Municipal Oﬃce or Almonte Fire Hall during business hours. For more information about Open Air Burning and By-Law 17-35, please visit the website www.mississippimills.ca or call the Fire Department @ 613-256-1589
• Performs maintenance of roadside and other Municipal owned property • Overtime/Weekend work will be required
QUALIFICATIONS • Valid DZ license • Minimum of three years relevant experience to key responsibilities • Ability to work with minimal supervision • Minimum OIT Water Distribution & Supply System License – must obtain Class 1 within 12 months • Minimum OIT Wastewater Collection License – must obtain Class 1 within 12 months For detailed job descriptions, check out our web site at mississippimills.ca Interested candidates for the above position are invited to submit in conﬁdence, a resume outlining their qualiﬁcations, please indicate which job you are applying for, to the undersigned no later than 10:00 a.m. on Monday, September 16, 2019. We would like to thank all who apply, but only those applicants selected for an interview will be acknowledged. Rod Cameron, C.R.S.S.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 15
Music and Mingle for Parents and Tots WHEN: 10:00 a.m WHERE: Robert Simpson Park, 400 John Street North, Arnprior CONTACT: email@example.com COST: Glad Tidings Arnprior hosts free parent and tot (0-3) music classes Thursday (July 25, Aug. 15, 18) at robert simpson park. Overeaters Anonymous WHEN: 10:30 a.m - 11:30 a.m WHERE: St. John Chrysostom Church Arnprior, 295 Albert St,, Arnprior CONTACT: MaryAnne, 613-820-5669 COST: Is food a problem for you? Do you binge, purge or restrict? Is your weight affecting your life? There is a solution! New Overeaters Anonymous meeting.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 16
White Lake paddle WHEN: 1:30 p.m - 4:00 p.m WHERE: Waba Cottage Museum and Gardens, 24 Museum Rd,
For September, we’ll be featuring Fall fairs in the area. Visit insideottawavalley.com/events and hit the POST YOUR EVENT button to submit these or any other community events! McNab-Braeside CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org COST: $10 per adult Celebrate Our Rivers paddle on White Lake (Madawaska watershed) roundtrip from Waba Cottage Museum & Gardens in White Lake. Meet at 1:30 p.m. Museum open 10-4:30. Preregister: info@BonnechereRIver.ca
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17
Benefit dance for Don Lacasse WHEN: 8:00 p.m - 11:00 p.m WHERE: St. John Chrysostom Parish Hall, 295 Albert St., Arnprior CONTACT: 613-897-9255 A night of fun and celebration. DJ, door prizes, silent auction, light lunch. Tickets at door and at Peter's Computer Solutions.
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Arnprior Market WHEN: 9:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m WHERE: Arnprior - Downtown, Downtown Arnprior, Arnprior CONTACT: 613-623-4231 Arnprior Market is a farmers' market held on Sundays, where a variety of local farmers and other specialty vendors sell their items. Our lovely market is held in the heart of downtown Arnprior every Sunday from May to September. Memorial Butterfly Release WHEN: 11:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m WHERE: Robert Simpson Park, 400 John Street North, Arnprior
CONTACT: Becky Ranger, 1 (613) 613-7981, email@example.com, https://cssagency.ca/ COST: Butterflies: 1 for $25, 2 for $45, 3 for $70, 4 for $85, 5 for $100 Purchase a butterfly in memory of a loved one who has passed away and join our beautiful ceremony at Robert Simpson Park, as we release them into the wild. Butterflies must be purchased in advance through the Seniors at Home office, 613-6237981
MONDAY, AUGUST 19
Arnprior Cruise Nite WHEN: 4:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m WHERE: Canadian Tire Arnprior, 375 Daniel Street South, Arnprior CONTACT: Brian Gunn, 613-6234570 COST: Cruise nite in the CTC parking lot next to A&W. 50/ 50, door prizes. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) WHEN: 6:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m WHERE: Seniors Active Living Centre, 77B Madawaska St, Arnprior CONTACT: Linda, 613623-5450 COST: $2.50 weekly, first meeting free TOPS is a non-profit group meet-
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 20
Arnprior & District Breast Cancer Support Group WHEN: 7:00 p.m WHERE: Arnprior Public Library, 21 Madawaska Street, Arnprior CONTACT: Debra Bertrand, 613-623-5747, firstname.lastname@example.org COST: Our desire is to improve the sense of well being and the quality of life by providing a safe place for sharing, caring, and listening for people living with breast cancer.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22
Overeaters Anonymous WHEN: 10:30 a.m - 11:30 a.m WHERE: St. John Chrysostom Church - Arnprior, 295 Albert St,, Arnprior CONTACT: Mary-Anne, 613-820-5669 COST: Is food a problem for you? Do you binge, purge or restrict? Is your weight affecting your life? There is a solution! New Overeaters
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23
Community Appreciation BBQ WHEN: 12:00 p.m - 2:00 p.m WHERE: Arnprior Shopping Centre, 375 Daniel St S., Arnprior, Arnprior CONTACT: 613623-7100 Dr. Neeraj Bansal and Dentistry@Arnprior will be hosting their annual Community Appreciation BBQ. The BBQ is free and open to the public. This year, Dentistry@Arnprior is choosing to raise funds for Renfrew County Child Poverty Action Network (CPAN).
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24
Calabogie United Church Fish Fry WHEN: 4:00 p.m - 6:30 p.m WHERE: Calabogie St. Andrew's United Church, 1044 Madawaska St., Greater Madawaska CONTACT: Jean Libbey, 1 613 752 0014, email@example.com COST: Adults $15, Children (6 to 12) $6, Children 5 and under free All You Can Eat Fish Fry including fish, chips, baked beans, coleslaw, desserts and drinks.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS SEEK HOST FAMILIES IN RENFREW COUNTY STAFF The student exchange organization YES Canada is currently seeking families across the Renfrew county area to open their homes and hearts to international students that will be arriving in the fall to attend high schools across the Renfrew County District School Board. Students arriving this fall with YES Canada come from destinations across the globe in-
cluding Italy, France, Norway, Sweden, Japan and Australia and are coming to Canada for programs ranging between three and 10 months to immerse themselves in Canadian high school life and to create a lasting bond and experience Canadian culture with their host family. Host families are asked to provide three meals a day and a safe nurturing environment and are compensated monthly for welcoming a student into
their home. "Hosting an international student is so much more than welcoming a guest to live in your home," said Scott Baird, student recruitment manager. "It's welcoming a new family member and contributing to a life-changing opportunity for the student and for your own family." He added that most of their students build life-long relationships with their host families and he often hears stories of families
travelling to meet their students years later, being invited to share in family milestones and celebrations and keeping in touch long after the exchange experience is over. YES Canada is a Muskokabased high school exchange organization that sends Canadian students to 23 countries worldwide and welcomes international students to take part in high schoolbased cultural and language immersion programs. To learn more about hosting or to explore outbound programs for a Canadian student interested in travelling abroad, please contact YES Canada: www.youthedservices.ca or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-623-6220.
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REID CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY WITH FREE BARBECUE FRIDAYS DEREK DUNN derek.dunn@ metroland.com One of Arnprior's largest employers and most generous community contributors is also one of its oldest businesses. Reid Brothers Motor Sales turns 65 this month, and the family-owned group of companies is celebrating with free barbecues every Friday during August. To what does owner Trevor Reid owe their great success? "Loyalty is big here. I know in other areas it is a dying virtue, but we see it
every day here," Reid said. "We are blessed to have many long-standing employees, some with 30 years' experience. And some longstanding customers too; multiple generations will buy their cars here and trade up - even to the Lincoln." With 50 employees spread across the Madawaska Boulevard site, and at the body and glass shops, Reid is among the larger businesses in town. Many of those employees coach sports or volunteer with service clubs, or find other ways to participant in life in the Prior. "We are very proud of
"Loyalty is big here. I know in other areas it is a dying virtue, but we see it every day here."
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that. There are not a lot of big companies around anymore," he said. "We take that very seriously." Reid also sees it as a "responsibility" to give back to the community. Countless thousands of dollars, along with donation items, have gone to worthy causes over the years. "We try to help everyone.
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Sometimes it can't be that much, but we want to give back as much as we can." Hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks outside the auto dealership is the latest in giving back. And Reid isn't worried about running short. "Not at all. We want everyone to come. The more the merrier."
Derek Dunn/Torstar At 65 years, Reid Bros is among the oldest businesses in Arnprior. To celebrate, owner Trevor Reid and 'resident chef' Barry Bennett are holding free barbecues every Friday in August from 12 to 1 p.m.
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SUMMER DAYS AND DEEP FRIED GOODNESS DEREK DUNN derek.dunn@ metroland.com Here's a staycation idea: grab a water bottle, a bag of dill pickle chips, a friend, and head for Burnstown beach; hitting up Betty's Chips on the way back to Arnprior. It's a well-worn outing for our family. The view from Betty's goes on forever, encompassing the Ottawa River's jewel-twinkling majesty. Besides, hot summer days are made for French fries. (As are cold hockey rinks, so maybe every season is perfect for deep fried goodness.) Assigning the Braeside chip truck almost exclusive rights to our family seemed unfair, so why not try a few others. Wes' is iconic, of course, and let's hope the new owners (it's currently for sale) will keep the same methods in place. Missy's is in the Rona parking lot these days, a considerable move from the long-time location at the fairgrounds.
However, on this blistering hot day it was Brian's Spuds. Many, many people have said Brian's fish and chips are the best around. Add my name to the list. Golden battered, meaty inside, generous wedge of fresh lemon, zesty tartar sauce and cold coleslaw on a bed of very good fries: Brian's is the catch of the day. Here's a tip: an order of one fish is plenty for any single mortal. Getting the twopiece is enough to feed a young family of four, or possibly a small army. More visits are ahead, in part because there is value for money. And in part out of obligation. My box handles let go and the entire meal crashed to the pavement. Looking down for three seconds felt like an eternity; it didn't register;
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Derek Dunn/Torstar Brain's Spuds in Arnprior offers huge portions of fish perfectly prepared, according to our reviewer. But three other chip trucks in the area provide strong competition. makes no sense; never before has that happened. Seagulls attacked from nowhere and within two minutes ate everything but the lemon. I tossed it in the garbage and kept the tartar sauce and coleslaw. The delightful young woman inside asked no questions. Within minutes a replacement was handed to me as if nothing happened. I wanted to apologize but couldn't take blame for the box. She did apologize but, really, chance was to blame. Next time - after a visit to Missy's - I will carry the box from the bottom. Something called Road Kill Poutine sounds like a formidable challenge.
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BURNSTOWN ROWING CLUB TO HOST ANNUAL REGATTA
races: a 3 km at 9:30 a.m., a 5 km at 10:45 a.m. and another 3 km at 1 p.m. A 1,000-metre sprint is also offered. The regatta is open to both novice and seasoned competitors. Coffee and muffins are offered to participants at no charge in
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McHALE, Thomas Patrick “Tom” Retired, Correctional Services Ontario With profound sadness we announce that Tom passed away suddenly but very peacefully at home in Richmond on Saturday morning, August 10, 2019 just a few days shy of his 71st birthday. Forever loved and remembered by his wife, Katherine (nee Anderson), his only son Michael of Stittsville, and siblings Marilyn Robertson of Arnprior, Michael McHale (Elaine) of Pakenham, Roseanne Carroll (Mike) of Dunrobin and Sharon Sample of Arnprior. Special brother-in-law of Bruce and Jill Anderson of Stittsville. Dear son of the late Tom and Theresa (nee Smith) McHale, formerly of Fitzroy Harbour. Fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews as well as many wonderful friends. Tom’s final care has been entrusted to the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior. Friends are invited to join the family during visitation at St. Philip’s Parish Hall, 127 Burke Street, Richmond on Wednesday, August 14th from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. only. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Philip’s Church on Thursday morning at 11 o’clock. A luncheon will then be served in the Parish Hall with interment to follow at St. Michael’s Cemetery, Fitzroy Harbour. In memory of Tom, please consider a donation to St. Philip’s Church (Richmond) Restoration Fund or the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. Condolences/Memories/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca
BOUCHARD, Robert “Bob” Retired Branch Manager RBC, Arnprior Peacefully, surrounded by family on Sunday afternoon, August 4, 2019; R. W. Bro. Robert Bouchard of Fitzroy Harbour passed away at the age of 69. Treasured husband of Patricia (nee Pountney). Cherished and proud father of Rob of Fitzroy Harbour, and Matt (Lauren) of Victoria, B.C. Dear son of Robert and Rowena (nee Wilson) Bouchard of Renfrew. Dear brother of Richard Bouchard and Patricia Bouchard. Also survived by extended family and many wonderful friends. Bob was a Past District Deputy Grand Master of Ottawa District 1. He was a member of Carleton Masonic Lodge No. 465 and was a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. He served the community of Arnprior as manager of RBC for many years. His interests were varied but almost always involved nature and the great outdoors. A man of many talents, he will be missed. Bob’s final care has been entrusted to the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior where visitation was held on Friday afternoon, August 9 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. A Masonic Memorial Service took place at the funeral home at 6:30 p.m. Everyone was invited to attend a brief tribute to Bob in the Pilon Family Chapel at 7:00 p.m. immediately followed by a luncheon in the Pilon Family Reception Centre. In memory of Bob, please consider a donation to the Shriners Hospital for Children or the Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice in Kanata. Condolences/Memories/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca
RATHWELL, Mark A. R. It is with profound sadness that we announce Mark’s passing in Toronto on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at the age of 45 ending a difficult battle with cancer which he faced with incredible courage and dignity. He will be sadly missed by his beloved wife Huijing (Winnie) Xu and her mom May, his loving mother Debbie Wallace (Paul Gecius). Mark was a cherished grandson of Ron and Eleanor Wallace of Galetta, ON. He will be missed by his uncles Barry (Jan), Brian (Cathy), and Rob (Gisele) Wallace, his newly united siblings Jenifer, Paul (Emily), Stephanie Korolew and their families, as well as his cousins and friends (especially, Mike and Pat) whom he adored. We are so grateful for the outpouring of support Mark received throughout this difficult journey. It made everything so much more bearable. At Mark’s request, he will be brought home to the Ottawa Valley for a Celebration of Life to be held at the Galetta Community Centre, 119 Darwin Street, off the Galetta Side Road in Ottawa’s very west end on the afternoon of Saturday August 10, 2019 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. In memory of Mark, a donation to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation or a charity of your choice would be appreciated. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
OTAWA, Norbert (Retired - Pipe Foreman) With heavy hearts we announce that Norbert passed away suddenly but very peacefully at the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital Saturday afternoon, August 10, 2019. Norbert Otawa of Arnprior, Ontario at the age of 69. Beloved husband of 34 years of Joanne (nee Fairfield). Much loved and devoted father of Courtney (Cassandra), Michael (Kaitlin), Kathryn, and Shelley. Forever loved by his grandchildren; Noah, Conner and Carter. Dear brother of Ferdanand (Brenda), Siegmund and Susan Lebold (John). Fondly remembered by sisterin-law Susan Briscoe (Stuart) as well as many nieces and nephews. Norbert was born in Germany to his late parents Antani and Gertrude Otawa. He will be remembered for his love of fishing and spending time on his beloved pontoon boat. Arrangements by the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., 138 Daniel Street North, Arnprior. A Celebration of Norbert’s Life will take place Thursday, August 15, 2019 at the Boyce Chapel at 1:00 p.m. Reception to follow at the Boyce Reception Centre. In memory of Norbert, please consider a donation to the Arnprior Regional Health Foundation or the Heart & Stroke Foundation. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
CRAIG, Hubert Irvin Retired Electrician Peacefully, at the Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital with loved ones by his side Monday, August 5, 2019; Hubert Irvin Craig of Arnprior passed away at the age of 80 years. Beloved husband for 59 years of Margaret Ann Craig (Bellman). Much loved father of Kenneth Craig, Kimberly Blimkie and Penny (Brent) McLean. Predeceased by son Brian Craig (2010). Lovingly remembered by his grandchildren Russel, Jacob, Brittni, Josh, Craig and Breanna and his three great-grandchildren. Dear brother of Wayne Craig, Leslie Craig, Doreen Proulx, Zelma Renaud, Darlene Foster and Joan Craig. Also, predeceased by brother Delmer Craig and sister Donna Lapierre. Hubert was born in Bristol Mines, Quebec and was the son of the late Benjamin and Edith (Miller) Craig. Hubert’s arrangements are entrusted to the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., 138 Daniel Street North, Arnprior. Private family interment will take place at Norway Bay United Cemetery, Norway Bay, Quebec at a later date. In Hubert’s memory, a donation to the University of Ottawa Heart Institute or Diabetes Canada would be appreciated. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
STEWART, Rita Margaret (Robinson) September 2, 1937-August 4, 2019 With heavy hearts, we announce that Rita passed away peacefully at home in Napanee, Ontario surrounded by the love of her family on Sunday evening, August 4, 2019. She was 81. Beloved wife for 58 years of the late Lorne Grant Stewart. Loving mother of the late Susan Stewart, Cathie Stewart (John) and Wendy Lou Stewart (Mark). Devoted grandma of Stephen Bassett, Terry Howie, Jason Bassett, Adam Howie, Loren Baldwin and Brett Baldwin. Daughter of the late Stephen and Edythe (Brown) Robinson. Fondly remembered by her dearest friends and family. Rita’s four legged companion, Dolly, will miss her terribly. Visitation was held Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 1:00 until time of service in the Boyce Chapel at 2:00 p.m. A reception followed in the Boyce Reception Centre. In memory of Rita, a donation to Diabetes Canada would be appreciated. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at: www.boycefuneralhome.ca
PATERSON, Janet Marie Passed away peacefully on August 8, 2019 in Stoneridge Manor (Carleton Place, ON.) Janet At the age of 72. Survived by her sister Patricia and niece Jillian. Janet was an exceptional and creative interior designer in Bermuda and Toronto. Donations in memory of Janet may be made to Parkinson Canada. (200 Colonnade Rd., Nepean, ON K2E 7K3) A special thank-you to the staff of Stoneridge Manor and to Dr. James Fullerton for their care and support.
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HEATH, R.E. (Don) (Veteran-Royal Canadian Navy, Korean War) (Retired-Sandvik Steel) With sadness we announce that Don passed away peacefully at Almonte Country Haven Thursday, August 1, 2019, just one day shy of his 87th birthday. Don Heath, born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, formerly of Huntingdon Quebec and long-time resident of Arnprior, Ontario. Predeceased by his wife June Heath, parents Ivan and Mary (Stark) Heath and brother Loren Heath. Will be sadly missed by his partner and best friend of 13 years, Sheila Semon and her children Heidi (John) and Andrew (Joan). Dearly loved and respected father of Christine Heath (Kevin Duff) and Jeff Heath (Lynn). Cherished and proud grandfather of Douglas (Brea) and Deanna (Sue) Duff, Jessica (Matt), Emma and Grace Pettigrew, and Jordan and Deena Freemont. Loving great-grandfather of Oliver, Max and Kaya. Don was an avid golfer, all-around sportsman and number 1 Sens Fan. He was a member of the Arnprior Legion Branch # 174, Arnprior Curling Club and the Golden Valley Seniors Club. He will be remembered for his love of travel with family and friends and his big smile and lighthearted manner. The family wish to extend a heartfelt thank you to the staff at Almonte Country Haven for their wonderful care of Don. Visitation will take place at the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., 138 Daniel Street North, Arnprior Thursday, August 15, 2019 between the hours of 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. In keeping with Don’s wishes there will not be a formal service. Members of the Arnprior Legion Branch #174, will assemble at the funeral home Thursday evening at 6:45 p.m. Interment will take place Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at Huntingdon Protestant Cemetery, 78 Francois Cleyn Street, Huntingdon, Quebec at 12 noon. For those wishing, a donation in Don’s memory can be made to the Almonte Country Haven, 333 Country Street, Almonte, Ontario. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
KILBY, Marilyn Catherine It is with great sadness that the family of Marilyn Catherine Kilby announces her sudden passing on Monday, July 29, 2019, at the age of 68 years. Loving partner of Stanley Jones. Devoted mother of Tammy, Sheri, John, Julie, and Jamie. Marilyn was the proud grandmother of nine grandchildren and four great-grand boys.†Dear sister of Earl & Elaine Foy. A Celebration of Marilyn’s Life will be held from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept 14th at her home 111 Cotieville Rd, in Cotieville. A private interment of ashes will take place in Admaston Cemetery at a later date. Donations to Friends of the Disabled (Sunshine Coach) would be appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home, Renfrew. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca†
CLIFFORD, Frieday 1949 - 2018 Passed away peacefully surrounded by family on September 12, 2018 in Windsor, Ontario. Predeceased by his parents Elsie and Norman Frieday. Loving husband and best friend of Brenda, caring brother of Beverly Romman and proud uncle to Lisa Wenzel and family. Cliff will be forever remembered by “we’re cousins but friends first” Barry and Barb and family. Cliff was a big personality, full of life and laughter. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him. A Celebration of Cliff’s Life will be held at the Boyce Funeral Home Ltd., 138 Daniel Street North, Arnprior on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 1 - 3 p.m. In memory of Clifford, a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
STODDART, James Passed away in peace on Sunday, August 11, 2019 at the age of 81. Preceded in death by his wife Valerie. Dear brother of Angela. Loving father of Andrew and Chris (Leanne). Proud grandad to Matthew, Carolyn, Colin and Samantha. Uncle of Jennifer (Derek), Laurel (Lewin) and Michael (Julie). Brother-in-law of Ed Komorowski. Born in England, Dad spent his formative years in Jamaica and Canada where a career in drafting and design commenced, including a stint on the AVRO Arrow project. A natural offshoot of his occupation, Dad was a life-long lover of all things aeronautical and cars, particularly MG’s, where many hours were spent researching, restoring and driving said vehicles! Family roots were planted in Georgetown and Dad became involved in the activities of his two young sons, the growing social scene of a new community, as evidenced by the always entertaining basement parties in his hand-built bar area, and was always seen on Sunday mornings for his customary long walks. A life curve ball in 1983 saw Dad recover from a car accident where some physical challenges remained, however his sense of humour, love of sunshine, a car ride and a cold beer did not diminish! Thank you to the Allendale Day Program for Dads care. A move to Renfrew in the 2000’s, Dad was welcomed at the Bonnechere Manor Day Program and eventually became a full-time resident. Well cared for, Dad enjoyed the back and forth greetings received from everyone. A very special thank you to Dr. Di Paolo and the staff at Bonnechere for keeping Dad looked after. A further thank you to the Sunshine Coach service for Dads ‘wheels’ around town. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Goulet Funeral Home. Online condolences/donations may be made at www.gouletfuneralhome.com
DENNISTON-STEWART, Roxanna (Roxy) Jean On August 2, 2019, Roxy passed away in her sleep at age 63 while traveling and living in the United Kingdom with the love of her life, Peter. Roxy was born and raised in White Lake, Ontario and later lived in Guelph, ON, Bournemouth, England, Charleville, Australia, Windsor, ON, Sydenham, ON, and, most recently, in Sussex, England. Family members already miss Roxy dearly. Her devoted husband of almost 30 years, Peter, sons, Rob and Kevin, step-children, Nancy (Wesley) and Jamie (Rachel), and grandson, Alex. Her sisters, Beth (Lloyd) and Ann (Jim) as well as the entire Stewart family. She was so special to her nieces and nephews as well. The Queen’s community remembers Roxy with great fondness and respect. Roxy lived each day of her life with joy and love. She enjoyed so many things - theatre, music, cooking, baking, gardening, walking, skiing and traveling - just to name a few! Her family and friends will miss her laughter and warmth. A private family interment will be held in Sydenham. There will be a Celebration of Life with a Reception to follow on Friday, August 16, at 2:00 p.m. at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, 390 King Street West, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6. Parking is available onsite. Everyone is welcome. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to establish a Queen’s University fund, in Roxy’s name, to provide financial support to students at the Bader International Student Centre in Sussex, England. For information, visit: www.givetoqueens.ca/roxyd
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In Memory of Raymond Leclair August 18, 2017 Death Notices
BASKIN, Bruce Retired, Arnprior Aerospace On Saturday morning, August 3, 2019, Bruce Barclay Baskin of Pakenham passed away peacefully at home following a long and hard battle with his health. He was 65. Beloved husband and best friend for almost 44 years of Myrtle (nee Proulx). Loved and devoted father of Tara Baskin of Pakenham and Megan Buckley (Steve) of Stewartville. Predeceased by his only son, Ryan (May 15, 2005). Cherished and proud “Papa” of Mackenzie, James and Rowyn. Dear brother of Wayne of Galetta and Leonard (Dale) of Arnprior. Dear son of Freda (nee Wilson) Baskin and the late Russell Baskin. Predeceased by his brother, Roy Baskin and his only sister, Judy Ayotte. Son-in-law of Dom and Doreen Proulx and brother-in-law of Brent Proulx (Susan) and Bonnie Coe. Also survived by his many nieces and nephews. Among his many passions in life, Bruce truly enjoyed the many years that he served on the executive of both the Central Canada Hockey League and Hockey Eastern Ontario. He will be missed. Bruce’s final care has been entrusted to the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior where a private visitation will be held followed by a private graveside service at the Malloch Road Cemetery, Arnprior. In memory of Bruce, please consider a donation to the Ryan Baskin Legacy Endowment Fund care of The Ottawa Civic Hospital I.C.U.
McLEOD, Joseph James Joe passed away peacefully at Hospice Renfrew on Saturday, August 3, 2019, in his 98th year. Predeceased by his parents Norman and Emma (Pender) McLeod, six sisters, four brothers, and his beloved wife of 60 years, Averil (Hendry). Joe is survived by his sons Bill (Hughette Jobin), Bruce (Grace) and his daughter Brenda (Roy Vasey), grandchildren Alison Vasey, Dawn Vasey (Ben Stowell), Mark Vasey, Erik McLeod and Sharon Feick (Mark), and great-grandchildren Cassidy McLeod, Josh Feick and Sebastian Feick. He will be sadly missed by his nieces, nephews and dear friends. Joe will be remembered for his never-ending smile, his positive attitude, and kind nature. He always had a story to share and experiences to remember. Joe enjoyed nature and spent much of his life outdoors. For many years he fed numerous birds and enjoyed building feeders and birdhouses. Visiting was held at McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home, and a Funeral Service was held at Trinity-St. Andrew’s United Church. Cremation. A special thank you to the staff and volunteers at Hospice Renfrew. If desired, expressions of sympathy may be made in the form of a donation to Hospice Renfrew. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca
ENRIGHT, Joseph Terrence Joseph Terrence Enright, born November 28, 1935; died August 8, 2019. Terry was predeceased by his wife of 58 years, Jean Marie Enright on May 1, 2019. Terry is survived by his son Paul (Tracey); siblings Cyril Enright (Loretta), Barbara Frazer (Bill), Brian Enright, and Eileen Nolan and in laws Cyril Macdonald (Constance), Anna Tremblay (Carl), Roderick Macdonald (Angelita) and his much loved nieces and nephews. Terry was predeceased by his sister Catherine Crogie (Bill). Terry and Jean worked hard during their careers as an OPP officer and a teacher. Following their retirement, they came home to their beloved lake house to enjoy their time with nature and each other. A Visitation will be held at the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Argyle St. S., Renfrew, on Sunday, August 11th from 7-9 p.m. only. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Michael’s Church, Douglas, Ontario, Monday August 12 at 1:00 p.m. followed by cremation. In memory of Terry, donations to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Online condolences/donations may be made at www.gouletfuneralhome.com
It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone A part of us went with you the day God took you home. If tears could build a stairway and heartaches make a lane we would walk our way to heaven and bring you back again. In life we loved you dearly in death we love you still in our hearts you hold a place no one could ever fill. Love, Phyllis, Joanne, Andrew, Devin, Oryst and Muffie
Cards of Thanks
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The family of Gary Perry and Wendy Phillips. Thank you for sharing your memories, support and love. Your kindness is deeply appreciated and always will be remembered. Special thank you to Dr. Sabloff and his team at the General, Dr. Greenough at the Arnprior Hospital, Dr. Davis at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital and Dr. Pinard and the wonderful staff at the Hospice for their kindness and support.
THANK YOU The family of the late Brandon Tripp wish to extend a sincere “Thank You” to our family, friends, and neighbours for all the loving support we received at a time of great loss. “Thank You” to all those who donated to mass cards, to the University of Ottawa Heart Institute, the John Howard Society, flowers, and for the food received, for the luncheon following the funeral and also to those who so graciously helped to serve it. Special thanks to the Ottawa Civic Hospital and the University of Ottawa Heart Institute for the kind and special care given to Brandon and his family. We would also like to thank Father Michael Lund and Father John Burchat from St. John Chrysostom Parish for the beautiful celebration of life for Brandon and also their compassionate care. Thanks to Jenna Smith for doing the readings and to Josh Smith for his loving and kind words on behalf of Brandon. Special thanks to Andre Pilon and his professional staff and to the pall bearers, Shawn Smith, Matt Schooley, Doug Dillon, Zachery and Hayden Tripp and George Porter. Through all his heart surgeries he showed great courage and he will always be lovingly remembered by his family. Thankfully God gives us the strength to endure and He will bless each of you for your kindness. Sherri Smith and family, Jim Tripp and family.
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ENRIGHT, Pat In loving memory of Pat who passed away August 16, 2018 Those we love don’t go away they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard but always near, so loved, so missed, so very dear. - Always remembered, Helen
50th Anniversary David (Woody) and Brenda Code Please join our family on Saturday, August 24th at our farm, 2085 Miller Road, from 1 to 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served and please bring a lawn chair.
Happy “50” Wedding Anniversary Michael and Shannon Lapierre August 16, 1969 - 2019 “Congratulations” Much Love from your Family & Friends
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Doris (Dodie) Gourlay
Heavy Duty Truck Licensed Mechanic and Heavy Duty Truck Mechanic Apprentice
September 9, 1928 - August 11, 2015
Description Antrim Western Star is a Freightliner and Western Star dealer and heavy equipment parts and repair shop located in Arnprior. The company has been in business nearly 30 years. We have joined a group of dealers and are looking for a Heavy-Duty Truck Licensed Mechanic/ Mechanic Apprentice to expand our shop. These are permanent, full-time positions.
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Qualifications for Heavy Duty Truck Licensed Mechanic • 310T License • Experience with light and heavy-duty trucks and trailers • Sound knowledge of diesel engines and mechanical troubleshooting along with preventative maintenance, diagnose and repair • Sound understanding electrical and air brake systems • Able to work on all makes and models • Has experience with Electronic Tools and Diagnostic Equipment • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a team and safety focused environment • Cummins, Detroit, CAT, Mercedes Bens experience is an asset Qualifications for Heavy Duty Mechanic Apprentice • High school diploma or general equivalence diploma (GED) • Preference given to those with a journeymen diesel or heavy-duty truck mechanics • Strong problem solving and computer skills • Must be able to work within strict established safety and work guidelines to complete the job • Ability to work with minimal supervision in a team and safety focused environment The apprentice will also be required to obtain all Antrim Western Star certifications pertaining to specific tasks and assignments Additional information Antrim Western Star offers a very competitive compensation plan and benefits package (comprehensive health and dental, pension plan) We also offer a tool allowance and a great work environment. To apply for this position, please forward a copy of your cover letter and resume. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Contact information Antrim Western Star 580 White Lake Road Unit 2 Arnprior, ON K7S3G9 email@example.com
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Bordering the magnificent Ottawa River, Horton Township’s rolling hills and valleys are home to over 2500 permanent residents. We are only 10 minutes from the end of the new 4-lane highway to Ottawa, Ontario Canada’s Capital. We offer tranquil, affordable living space that is close to urban conveniences such as shopping, hospitals, schools, churches and industry. If you wish to escape the hectic pace of city life, you owe it to yourself to pay us a visit and experience the unique lifestyle that Horton has to offer - Horton, Rural Living within Urban Reach.
Public Works Manager Reporting to the CAO/Clerk, the Public Works Manager is responsible for planning, developing and administering a comprehensive program of construction and maintenance of the public roads, bridges and culverts; develops and administers the Township’s Asset Management Program and manages the operation of the landfill site and maintenance requirements of municipal buildings. Qualifications: • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a municipal roads environment. Certified Technician (CET) Certificate or equivalent is recommended; • Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience working with municipal budgets; strong working knowledge of accounting practices; • Experience and knowledge of Asset Management; • DZ Drivers’ License, capability of operating various heavy equipment; • Work experience with Ministry legislation and policies related to municipal roads and storm sewers; • Strong leadership ability, excellent interpersonal skills, proven verbal and written communications skills and works well in a team environment; • Excellent organizational and time management skills to handle a heavy workload and to meet rigid deadlines. High level of initiative and independent judgement; • Ability to be on call 24 hrs/day combined with flexibility in hours of work. For further details of the Public Works Managers position and expected qualifications, interested applicants should review the full job description on the Township website at www.hortontownship.ca . Resumes to be submitted to the CAO/Clerk in an envelope marked “Public Works Manager Position” at 2253 Johnston Road, Renfrew, Ontario K7V 3Z8 or submit by email to CAO@hortontownship.ca by 12 pm Wednesday, August 28th, 2019. For More information contact Hope Dillabough, CAO/Clerk by email or 613-432-6271 Salary is to be based on the successful candidate’s experience. $68,010 - $76,546. We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Township of Horton will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection process to applicants with disabilities. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O 1990, and will be used only for the purpose of determining eligibility for employment.
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Please email or drop resumes during regular business hours. Sebastian Thaci Dentistry Professional Corporation 372 Raglan Street South, Renfrew, Ontario, K7V 1R7 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 613-432-7400
Cleaning person wanted for regular parttime work in Renfrew and/or Eganville. Must be flexible as you may be called upon beyond the regular cleaning schedule. Some experience would be an asset. For more information or to apply please call 613-635-3655 or 613-585-9735
If Irvin was here with us, he would say don’t cry for me today. I am sitting on a John Deere Tractor, and I’m busy baling hay. A warm breeze is gently blowing, the field is flat and wide, and loved ones gone before me, are waving from the other side. The calluses that were on my hands don’t feel near as rough. The hard work that I faced at home, here does not seem quite as tough. So when you pass a nice hay field and that fresh cut smell is in the air, I may not be with you now, but remember me while you’re there.
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In Loving Memory of my dear wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother who left us too soon.
We do not need a special day to bring you to our mind, For those the days we do not think of you are very hard to find, If all this world were ours to give we give it to you now, years and more To see your face come smiling through the door
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Articles for Sale (Misc.)
Tools & Equipment
KITCHEN CABINETRY by Sellini, L-shape including desk 10 ft by 13 ft, island 3’ by 3’, knotty pine, excellent condition, $1800. OBO Lloyd 613-530-7840
Are you looking for a part-time opportunity to supplement your income and work in a fast paced, social environment? Do you want to have fun and quickly improve your swimming skills?
Here we Grow again!
Practices are only two evenings a week for our beginner groups, with the opportunity to swim more as your skills develop.
The Prior Sports Bar is looking for personable, motivated part-time and full-time cooks, dishwashers, servers and bartenders. (You must be available nights and weekends and servers and bartenders must be smart serve certified. Experience an asset but not necessarily required)
Consider joining the ARNPRIOR BLUEFISH SWIM CLUB!
André and Gina Pilon are proud and excited to welcome André’s youngest son Philippe Pilon to the family business as a second-generation Licensed Funeral Director
Meet-the-Coach swimming assessments will be held on the pool deck at the Nick Smith Centre on August 27th and 29th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 2019/2020 Registration will be held in the Lobby of the Nick Smith Centre from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on August 29th and September 5th. Check our website for registration packages.
Bring your resume in to the restaurant or email it to email@example.com (No phone calls please) The Prior Sports and Restaurant 39 Winners Circle Drive Arnprior, ON K7S 3G9 www.thepriorsportsbar.com
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.arnpriorbluefish.net. Find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
VINTAGE CHINA, Wedgewood, Royal Albert, Johnsons, Grindley, Noritake plus Transferware, etc. Call 613-489-3663.
COMBINE, 1440 International, good condition c/w 6-row corn header and 15ft flex head including header wagons. $23,500. GRAIN WAGONS, 2 Turnco 400 bushel $2,750 each; 1 Kilbros 350 bushel $2,250. All on 12 ton wagons. Call 613-256-3835
WANTED TO BUY, HORSES, COLTS AND PONIES, All Types. Contact Bob Perkins at 613-342-6030.
Hunter Safety/Canadian Firearms Courses and exams held once a month at Carp. Call Wenda Cochran 613-256-2409.
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VALLEY GUN and Hunting Show August 31st, 8-4 and September 1st, 9-2. Admission $8. W.J. Erskine Arena Carp. Details valleysportsmanshow.com
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Houses for Sale
Houses for Sale
PRIVATE SALE Four bedroom water front home. 1426 sq. ft. on main floor. Fully finished walkout basement. Asking $535,000.00. 173 Charles Street, Arnprior, ON K7S 3V5 VIEWINGS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY CONTACT INFO 613-832-2645 or 613-761-2645
Apartments for Rent
RENFREW, NEWLY Renovated 1 bedroom Bachelor Apartment. 200 Harry St. $850/mth. Heat, hydro, appliances, parking included. Call Jen 613-433-6554 or 613-223-3791
MATURE QUIET nonsmoker looking to rent a 2 bedroom apartment close to downtown Renfrew. References available. C o n t a c t 613-433-3586
Accommodations Wanted PROFESSIONAL COUPLE LOOKING for a small house/townhouse, or apartment, Renfrew area, please call 613-433-3652.
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Auctions & Sales
Auctions & Sales
Saturday August 17th 9:30 a.m. Sharp To be held at our home located at 3624 Farmview Rd., Kinburn, Ontario We will be selling the complete contents of the home of Evangelina Rigakis formerly of 205 Kilkenny Dr., Dunrobin, Ontario as well as items from different consignors.
Sectional sofa, what not stand, curio cabinet, wicker patio set, stacking chairs, bedroom set, end tables, love seat and coffee table, large assortment of Christmas decorations, hand tools, grinders, hardware, dishes, pots and pans, wine cooler, small drill press, foot stools, drop leaf table, pictures, assorted brass pieces, assorted silver pieces, flatware, carnival glass bowl, router - new, laser level, boxes of light bulbs, boxes of Christmas lights, electric blower, hedge trimmer, electric chain saw, Cowboy statue, etc. etc.. This is a very large sale with something for everyone. Lots of new or nearly new items - everything is in very good condition - please plan to attend. Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Auctioneer: John J. O’Neill 613-832-2503 www.oneillsauctions.ca Owners or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident day of sale
Auctions & Sales
Auctions & Sales
Auctions & Sales
Auctions & Sales
Saturday August 24 10:00 a.m. Sharp
For the Estate of the late Terry Currie to be held at his former farm located at 2940 Breezy Heights Rd., Kinburn, ON Assorted furniture, pictures and frames, books, dishes, pots and pans, easel, area rug, assortment of hand tools and hardware, Coleman cooler, Frigidaire fridge, Whirlpool stove, dishwasher, bird feeders, Honda HS720 snow blower - like new; Antique trunk, triple dresser, oak chairs, Bushnell telescope, snowshoes, Champion Antique Road Grader on steel; Road Boss 3 pth Grader - like new; stone picker; HLA bucket; lumber; Renfrew Acorn wood stove, 14’ laser sail boat, Formula STX Rotax 583 snowmobile - 2003, 2 Ford antique tractors, one way plough, etc. etc. Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Auctioneer: John J. O’Neill 613-832-2503 www.oneillsauctions.ca Estate or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident.
Lanark Civitan Hall, Lanark, ON Saturday August 17, 2019 Auction 10a.m. ~ Viewing 9a.m. Specialty Antique and Collectibles Auction! Note private collection of irons has been removed from the auction. Signs, antiques, cast, diecast, high wheeled fire fighters cart, advertising, and much more!!! For listing and pictures see www.theauctionhunt.com Terms: Cash or Good Cheque 10% buyers premium
Listing subject to change. Everything sells as is. Owners/Auctioneers not responsible in case of loss or accident.
Auctioneer: Jim Beere 613-326-1722 Call Today To Book Your Auction Garages Sales
Neighbourhood Garage Sale Sat, August 17th 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
A GOOD YEAR FOR MONARCHS MICHAEL RUNTZ CHECKS IN ON THE FRAGILE BUTTERFLY MICHAEL RUNTZ Column
Nature is replete with cycles. Some, such as the rise and fall of the tides, or the change in the persona of the moon, are regular and predictable. Others, such as the size of seed crops or small mammal populations, are wildly unpredictable. The latter is especially true of insects because these small animals are affected by so many variables including food availability, winter severity, pred-
ator and parasite densities, and summer environmental conditions. Some butterflies exhibit great fluctuations in their numbers. This is especially true of Monarchs, the most famous member of that group, for not only must they contend with conditions in our area but also with those in the mountains of Mexico where they spend winter. One factor influencing Monarch populations is the availability of Milkweed. Two species of milkweed are common locally: Common Milkweed, which thrives in dry, sun-drenched fields; and Swamp Milkweed, a stunning, wine-hued wildflower that likes having its feet wet. A third species, Orange Milkweed (aka Butterfly Weed) is rare here. All are food for the Monarch cater-
pillar whose distinctive green, black, and yellow-ringed body is familiar to most school children. This appears to be an excellent year for Monarchs, as plenty of caterpillars and butterflies are being seen. Monarchs and Milkweeds enjoy a complex relationship. Milkweeds contain a powerful chemical that deters most animals from eating them. Monarch caterpillars, however, safely ingest the bitter-tasting terpenoid heart poison and store it in their bodies. This makes them unpalatable to other animals, a feature advertised by their highly visible colouration. When the caterpillars transform into their adult stage, their toxicity is passed on, a trait that the butterflies advertise through their distinctive colouration. Milkweeds provide food not only for Monarch caterpillars but also for the adult butterflies. Their floral cups contain sweet nectar that the butterflies sip through
larvae eat their way into the caterpillar where they continue to dine at their host's expense. However, Monarch caterpillars bear hairs that are sensitive to air currents created by wings of an incoming parasitoid. When one is detected, the Monarch caterpillar rears up, swinging large black "whips" back and forth, keeping its attacker at bay. To see this response, try gently blowing on a Monarch caterpillar. Just be sure you don't accidentally inhale it! The Nature email is email@example.com Michael Runtz is a long-time columnist who teaches Natural History and Ornithology at Carleton University. He has worked as a naturalist in provincial and national parks, hosted the international television series Wild by Nature, and has written and/ or photographically illustrated 13 books on natural history topics.
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their long proboscis. In return for providing them with nourishment and chemical armament, the butterflies repay Milkweeds by pollinating them. This is accomplished by transporting the Milkweed's saddlebag-like pollen sacs to other Milkweeds. The "saddlebags" attach to a Monarch's feet (or those of another large insect such as a Bumble Bee) when they slip into slits between nectar cups. The pollen sacs detach when those legs slip into a flower that previously had its saddlebags removed. This remarkable system works well unless visitors lack the strength to pull their legs free once laden with pollen sacs; it is commonplace to find small moths and flies hanging lifelessly from Milkweed flowers. Although Monarch caterpillars own chemical protection, they still have problems to deal with. Parasitoids (parasitic wasps and flies) lay eggs on caterpillars, and when those eggs hatch, the
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