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Riverside South school caught in EQAO bust DANIEL NUGENT-BOWMAN

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IT’S MY FIRST DAY Five-year-old Barrhaven native Gabe Kingsbury waits patiently while his father Mark buckles up his helmet at the Merivale Arena on Sept. 25. Gabe was participating in his first organized hockey experience as part of the Nepean Minor Hockey Association’s sort-out day in preparation for the upcoming season. See the story on page 16.

An elementary school in Riverside South was one of ten schools named in an EQAO cheating probe on Sept. 21. École élémentaire catholique Bernard-Grandmaître was listed by the independent agency based on review of last year’s results. The tests in question concerned one teacher in a Grade 6 classroom with 24 students last May. Francois Massé, superintendent of education for the Conseil des Écoles Catholiques du Centre-Est, believes the teacher in question allowed students to have more time on the test than was allotted. Massé added that it was school’s principal, Diane Paquette-Lepage, who felt that there were was a “significant difference between the protocols being demanded and what was going on during the assessment.” He added that she was the one who notified the EQAO. “We do have a responsibility to notify the College of Teachers in this kind of situation and that is what we’re doing diligently right now,” Massé said. While Katia Collette, communications officer for EQAO, didn’t have all the information on the specifics of Bernard-Grandmaître’s incident, she said most infractions revolved around timing and the usage of dictionaries where not permitted. “In our point of view there were irregularities in the way the tests were administered,” Collette said. See ‘Teacher’ page 3



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When Barrhaven-Ottawa South This Week attempted to contact someone at the school, an office staff member deferred comment to Massé. Massé said a joint investigation with the Ontario College of Teachers is ongoing. While wouldn’t comment on what, if any, discipline would be levied because that is an issue that will be resolved within the school. He did say that the teacher is currently working at the school. “We are working with the teacher to make sure there is a good environment for learning for the students at that school,” he said. While some parents have called Massé to question him about the disclosure of the results, he said they shouldn’t worry. “This test has no bearing on students’ placement or process in school,” he said.

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Continued from front “Most of the teachers in those schools didn’t really follow the guidelines we gave the schools regarding the administration of the tests.” Because of the inconsistencies, the school’s reading and writing scores will be recorded, but the math results will not because their validity is in question. While some have questioned the validity of having EQAO tests in the first place, Massé said the right protocols are in place to “reflect the best strategies in assessment.” “We try to be diligent and follow the protocols so there is rigour in the results,” he said. “We take those very seriously. They (the tests) monopolize almost two weeks of our time during the year so we want it to be an experience for students that is positive.”


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Name a special young person It’s that time of year once again. The seasons are changing from summer to fall, children and families everywhere are preparing for a fresh start to the school year, and local political leaders are gearing up for elections. While there may be only one winning candidate, and ultimately one leader responsible for making our community a better place, there are numerous youth who do just as much, if not more, without recognition. So who are these youth and where can we find them? They are all over this community – volunteering with local groups, schools, churches and sports teams. It is just a matter of picking them out of the crowd. This newspaper strongly supports the Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Awards here in Nepean so we can provide recognition for such outstanding young people who are, and will continue to be, fine examples of leaders in our community. The awards program is co-coordinated by the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA), of which we are a member. Any Ontario resident aged six to 17 is eligible to receive an Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Award. Please help us by nominating an individual in one of four areas: • A person involved in worthwhile community service. • A special young person contributing to their community while living with a physical or psychological limitation. • Someone who has performed an act of heroism in the past year. • Young people who show a commitment to making life better for others and those who do more than is normally expected of someone their age. Up to 12 nominees will be chosen as the final recipients of the provincial award and will be invited to a ceremony held in Niagara Falls in the spring of 2011. Each nominee will receive a certificate. The nomination deadline for the 2010 Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Awards is Nov. 30. Nomination forms are available at or by calling OCNA at 905-639-8720, ext 239.

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The long gun registry and the illusion of democracy To the editor: It may come as some surprise, but believe it, you are not living in a democracy. Nothing exemplifies this better than a Bill like C391, an Act to repeal the long gun registry. Time and time again, polls have shown a majority of Canadians support this bill, and want to see the end of this wasteful and inefficient system. People recognize that there is no benefit on public safety and have relayed these facts to their elected representatives. In a normal functioning democracy, the elected MPs would vote as their constituents instruct. But this would never happen in Canada. Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff is so bold as to tell Canadians that their view doesn’t matter, that the only thing that matters is that his MPs vote how he tells them to. Party discipline is a prime example of the anti-democracy at place in Canada. NDP leader Jack Layton isn’t quite as arrogant and unconstitutional as Iggy. However, a number of NDPs have switched their vote on C391 since second reading, one can only imagine what other forms of influence Jack Layton is exerting on them (especially since he openly supports the LG registry). In gets better however. In Canada, it takes more than just three House and Senate votes to get a bill into law. Even after C391 passed second reading (with a majority), it then moved on to the Liberal dominated standing 80 Colonnade Rd. N., Nepean, ON K2E 7L2 T: 613-224-3330 • F: 613-224-2265 •

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committee on Public Safety and National Security. Can anyone hazard a guess as to what their recommendation was? The official recommendation by the SECU was just as irrational as the lies being spread by Liberal MP Mark Holland, who coincidentally enough, is an active member on that committee. And this is how politics is played in Canada. If a party leader, or MP for that matter, does not like the outcome of a vote which represents the majority of Canadians, they have numerous tools at their disposal to usurp your constitutional power. MPs do not represent their constituents, they represent whatever their party leader tells them to represent. I equate the actions of these political leaders to that of a child who stomps their feet and cries because the other kids voted on a different game to play. The real question is, when will they grow up? When will Canada become ours again? It’s time for people to wake up and realize how bad it is to have a country run by just a few people.

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Pictured with her family, Chloe Carriere was this year’s ambassador for the Starlight Children’s Foundation’s annual Walk for Smiles on Sept. 25. She raised $3,000 which is the cost of one wish and garnered her the top fundraiser award.

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On the outside Chloe Carriere is like any other 13-year-old. She likes art and scrapbooking and her favourite subject at her school is lunch time. Chloe, a Grade 8 student at Franco Ouest Secondary School in Nepean, has lived with congenital scoliosis her whole life. She went through her first surgery at three. Now, every nine months she travels to Boston to get titanium rods in her spine adjusted. Chloe, who was raised in Barrhaven before moving to Stittsville a few years ago, takes in all in stride. “I am in a really bad mood for a couple of weeks after my treatments because it is pretty painful,” she said. “And even after the pain goes away I can’t do a lot of things—like gymnastics.” Chloe’s mom, Lise said Chloe schoolmates are pretty understanding and she has always been warmed by the positive response from the community. “When Chloe went to Pierre Elliot Trudeau all the kids knew about it and they would make Chloe a card or some other present for when she got back,” Lise said. The condition causes a curvature in

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With the impending departure of last season’s leading scorer Andrew Calof to Princeton University heading into the 2010-11 CHL season, the Nepean Raiders were counting on Brent Norris to produce more offensively. He hasn’t disappointed. The centreman was the catalyst in a 5-3 win over the Kanata Stallions at the Kanata Recreation Complex on Sept. 24, scoring a hat trick including the game winner midway through the third period. On the play, captain Craig Cowie stole the puck away from fallen Stallions blueliner Tim Kavanaugh behind the net, then centred the puck through a maze of sticks and skates to a wide-open Norris. All he had to do was hit the empty net. “You feed an open guy and 95 per cent of the time he’s going to score,” Cowie said, “especially win Norris.” “He’s one of the smartest guys in the league,” Norris said of Cowie. “That’s probably one of the easiest ones I’m going to get.” The 17-year-old also added a goal in the Raiders’ 4-1 win over the Kemptville 73’s on Sept. 22 and two markers in a 6-5 overtime loss to the Brockville Braves on Sept. 26 to close out an impressive week with six goals to go along with one as-

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Things are looking up for the Greater Nepean Chamber of Commerce following a year of high staff turnover. With the business awards coming up on Oct. 21 and the Food Extravaganza in the works for November, the Chamber plans to close out 2010 with a bang. Marlene Grant, a certified general accountant and Photo by Jennifer McIntosh member of the chamber, spent much of the summer Marlene Grant, a certified general accountant ran over working on the financial statements so they could be the numbers in the Nepean Chamber of Commerce stateready to present to the membership at their annual genments at a meeting on Sept. 21. eral meeting at the Stonebridge Golf and Country Club on Sept. 21. The statements show a dip in assets of $3,119, Something Grant said was due to a lower than average amount of events last year. “You will also see our expenses were lower for the same reason,” she said. A MacGillivray Freeman production The chamber also voted to continue using an outside bookkeeping firm to do the statements. They will be using Collins Barrow, based out of Moodie Drive. Chamber president Virginia Boro said membership is up for 2010. The membership has grown from 170 to 280 members since Soula Burrell was hired in February. Rick Gibbons, publisher and CEO of the Ottawa Sun, was also on hand to talk to the chamber about the kickoff the United Way campaign. Last year the campaign hit a record $32.6 million. “I know when I first started working with the United Way I was surprised by how many people right here in our neighbourhood use the services funded by the United Way,” Gibbons said. Gibbons, who grew up in Ne$ODQGDQGFXOWXUH pean and is now living in Kanata, took over the position as chair of VWHHSHGLQP\VWHU\

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Just call me Killer: A look into the life of Brian Kilrea DANIEL NUGENT-BOWMAN

Growing up an avid Ottawa 67’s fan, James Duthie is well aware of Brian Kilrea’s persona around the city. Duthie – the current host of all things hockey at TSN – got his start at CJOH in 1989 and got to meet the legendary junior hockey coach on his first day on the job. Something enamoured Kilrea to Duthie right away, and because that charm has only grown, he wanted people to know about it. Duthie has teamed up with Kilrea to write a host of tales about one of the most storied careers in hockey history. Kilrea will be reading from his book, They Call Me Killer, at Chances R – a restaurant he co-owns – in Nepean on Oct. 8 at 5 p.m. “Hockey people in this country are so knowledgeable,� Duthie said, adding that he’s one of the few remaining characters in the game. “Everyone knows Brian Kilrea. If you ask someone in the west they’ll say, ‘Well, he’s that legendary junior hockey coach.’ But they don’t know what a character he is. “That’s another reason I wanted to share this book. He’s an Ottawa treasure and I want him to be a national treasure.� A large part of the book surrounds Kilrea’s relationship with famous hockey coach and commentator Don Cherry. The pair has been friends since 1959

when they survived hockey hell in the minor leagues with the Rochester Americans as taskmaster Eddie Shore as their coach. Kilrea and Cherry have consulted each other on a host of things over the years, in particular whether or not to take certain coaching jobs. In Kilrea’s case, he called up Cherry to get his advice when he was considering becoming an assistant coach with the New York Islanders in 1984. Despite Cherry’s objections, Kilrea took the position and served under the great Al Arbour for two seasons before returning to the 67’s. “Don said, ‘No. Don’t go. You’re not an assist coach,’� Kilrea said. “It was one of those things where you wonder if.� Originally Kilrea didn’t have to have a book written about him, thinking that he didn’t have the same appeal of a Cherry or Bobby Orr outside of Ottawa. But once his arm was twisted enough give the book the go-ahead, Kilrea vowed two things. One that he would exaggerate any of his tales, and two, that any proceeds that he would get would go to the children’s centre at the Children Hospital of Eastern Ontario that bears his name. “That just more speaks to the way Killer is,� Duthie said, adding he considers the book to be a “barstool-type� book since that’s the location where Kilrea’s at his finest form. “The best comparison I have to him as a character would be Don Cherry. He has just as many good stories as Don Cherry. In fact, if he was more outspoken, more colourful, more of a salesman the way that Grapes is, I think he’d be almost as big in this country as Grapes would be.� While Kilrea retired from coaching



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Brian Kilrea, shown during the 1989 season, will be touring to promote his new book, They call me Killer. One of the first stops will be Chances R restaurant where he is a coowner on Oct. 7. the 67’s after the 2008-09 season, he still serves as their general manager, role he said he while re-evaluate after each year. Since Kilrea decided his book to his players, he admitted he does miss some parts of coaching. But as for some the long bus trips, the 75-year-old is glad they’re behind him. “When I watch our (road) games on T.V., and that game’s over at 10-o’clock, it’s nice to know I can take about 10 steps from the T.V. and go to bed,� he said. “I don’t miss the (travel) after the game.�


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After finishing with the silver medal the last two years, the O.S.U. 97 girls Force team was determined to take home the cup this year. With wins of 5-0 over West Carleton and 3-1 versus Gloucester, the girls were facing a second Gloucester team in the finals Sunday, Sept. 19 at Walter Baker Park. The OSU girls started the game strong having two excellent scoring chances in the first minutes of the game, both shots sailing just over the crossbar. The play evened out until the midpoint of the first half when an excellent run by Mikayla Feraco and pass to Lara Tomaszewski resulted in the first OSU goal. Near the end of the first half, a shot by Anna M. resulted in the OSU girls entering the half ahead 2-0. In the second half the Gloucester girls played inspired soccer for the first 10 minutes, but could not beat the OSU keeper. The OSU girls struck back with two goals by Amelia Sharpe, one by Katie Balfour on a shot over the keepers head from 25 yards out, and one by Kira Burton into an empty net after an excellent run and pass by Jayna Hohsdorf. The 6-0 win finally gave the OSU 97 girls an ERSL Cup win.

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Get W.I.T.H it! Recreational walking program starts at local high school JENNIFER MCINTOSH

Residents can get fit in the hallowed learned halls of Merivale High School this winter thanks to a program designed to get people walking. The high school physical education department has teamed up with the YMCA-YWCA and the University of Ottawa’s heart institute to offer an aerobics programs inside the school during the winter months. Dubbed “Get W.I.T.H (Walking in the Halls) it,� the

program will run every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Kelly Shaw-Swettenham, regional director for the National Capital YMCA-YWCA, said the program has been largely successful in areas like Arnprior and Deep River, Ont. where there isn’t as much access to indoor physical activities. “This is the first time we are offering the program for free in the city,� Shaw-Swettenham said. “It’s really a win/win, because it provides a venue for exercise and a way for students to fulfill their volunteer hours.� At the launch on Nov. 2 Shaw-Swettenham said there

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Left: Gabe Kingsbury battles with another player during a drill at the Merivale Arena on Sept. 25. Top: Gabe’s ready to go as he drags his hockey bag into the arena. Below: Gabe helps his father, Mark, load his bag into the family’s mini-van.

The tension mounts as Gabe Kingsbury prepares to step onto the ice for the first time.

feet almost instantly and begins whipping around the ice smiling and occasionally waving. “I was happy with him,” Mark said. “He was skating really hard out there. He lost a couple edges, but I’ll get his skates sharpened.” It’s not hard to pick Gabe out of the 30odd players on the ice. Not only is his helmet full of stickers he’s accumulated from power-skating lessons – making Gabe one of the faster skaters on the ice – but his stick is decorated with skull and cross bone hockey tape. Although the purpose of the day was to give the coaches a vague idea of players’ skill levels so they could be separated into balanced teams before the first game of the season on Oct. 2, because children

can be transferred up until the New Year, no one took things too seriously. Players went the wrong way during drills and didn’t even use pucks. Gabe didn’t seem to mind. He knows he’s got some more time to hone his skills in the driveway if he wants to. The youngster was more than happy to catch one of the coaches during a game at the end of practice. “It was really fun,” he said in the midst of feverishly ripping off his gear. “We even got to play tag at the end. “It’s really going to be fun next time. I’m going to be put on a team.” Besides, forget about the lack of pucks. Gabe had more pressing concerns on his mind relating to his hockey experience. “Did I work hard enough to get another doughnut?” Gabe asked his father.

Chomping at the bit Excitement aplenty as five-year-old prepares for first day on the ice DANIEL NUGENT-BOWMAN

Like a young child counting down the days to Christmas morning, Gabe Kingsbury was nearly bouncing off the walls the night before his first day playing organized hockey. The five-year-old just couldn’t sit still. Sure he’s played lacrosse, and even skated on his ringette team, but this was different. This is hockey. While climbing atop the family’s kitchen counters of their West Barrhaven home, retelling stores of road hockey glory, Gabe said he couldn’t wait to put the puck in the back of the net at the Nepean Minor Hockey Association’s sort-out day the next afternoon, Sept. 25. “It’s my thing,” he said, while flashing a trademark hockey smile with a missing front baby tooth that was knocked out during one of his street battles. Although Gabe doesn’t have a favourite player yet, the missing tooth and shaggy hair draws a resemblance to Washington Capitals star Alexander Ovechkin, and he just might play like him. His father, Mark, knows Gabe will enjoy hitting the ice because of his aggressive, fiery nature. “He’s my physical one,” Mark said. “They say piss and vinegar, well that’s him. He’s a little fireball. He takes after his mother with all that energy.” In addition to the driveway games, Gabe plays mini-sticks in the family’s basement regularly with older brothers Jack, 8, and Matthew, 14, even challenging some of Matthew’s friends physically

and gaining their admiration. He takes his licks, but keeps on going, and isn’t afraid to tell you about it when he succeeds – especially those times he’s able to deke out his eldest brother, who is almost 10 years his senior. “He goes this way,” he says pointing to the right, “and I go that way.” An action that his parents are used to. A typical busy hockey family, both Kingsbury adults are directors in the association – Mark at the bantam level and wife, Nicole, organizes the novices – and Mark will also coach Jack this season after five years of instructing Matthew. Especially in the early stages of the season, the couple basically live at the rink on weekends. On Sept. 25, Nicole left the house at 5 a.m., while Mark was left to shuttle back and forth until the bantams got off the ice at 10 p.m. “That’s our lives right now,” Mark said, who works at the city’s water department. “The first three weeks, we don’t see each other much.” Gabe’s excitement didn’t subside overnight. Half an hour before leaving for the Merivale Arena, he was all prepared with his favourite red undershirt on. “It helps me skate fast,” the Monsignor Paul Baxter School kindergarten student said, before running around the family’s spacious living room. Minutes later, Mark hustles Jack, Gabe, and 11-month-old Ben into his mini-van and, after a stop at Tim Horton’s for doughnuts and chocolate milk, arrived at the arena with plenty of time to grab a sweater and get suited up. The pint-sized warrior was a little nervous before stepping onto the ice, but got some words of encouragement from big brother Jack at the corridor. As the Zamboni exits the ice, and the door opens to let the players out, Gabe, not surprisingly, emerges first. He takes a tumble, but is back on his


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Dare to Compare the Chartwell Experience “I didn't want the kids to worry about me being alone. With a wide range of activities that I share with friends, my retirement has never been this much fun.

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Nepean’s finest celebrate Gord Hunter, above, at an evening “roast” in his honour to raise money for a bursary in Hunter’s name.

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Area’s finest come out to honour Gord Hunter JENNIFER MCINTOSH

Sept. 22 was the celebration of the end of era. Knoxdale-Merivale Coun. Gord Hunter was honoured by the Nepean Kiwanis Club for his decades of public service for the ward and for the former City of Nepean. Even though the event was a “roast” it was easy to see the impact the former educator and politician has had on the community. Since moving to Nepean in 1968, Hunter served his community as a teacher at Confederation High School for 31 years (1968-1999), and a Nepean and Regional councillor for 20 years before being elected to the current amalgamated city council in 2000. Hunter’s son, Phil spoke about his father from a lesser-known perspective. “I know we are supposed to get up here and make jokes, but I really respect my dad and I got to see another side of him,” he said. “Dad always said democracy was a gift. He is pragmatic, honest and ethical.” Phil told a story about how he didn’t want to go to bed because he had a bad case of the hiccups. “Dad wanted to go watch T.V. after reading me about 16 stories,” Phil said. “So he finished the story and turned off the lights — I was afraid of the dark — and then he came back in yelling. My hiccups were gone after that.” When he grew up, Phil asked his dad to help him get a summer job at the Nepean Sportsplex. “He gave me a buck and told me to take the bus to MacDonald’s and fill out an application,” Phil said. After a night of speakers, the audience had a picture of a dedicated family man, a great educator and a tireless public servant. While the night had a serious message, and was a fundraiser for the creation of a bursary in Hunter’s name at Algonquin College, there were still plenty of laughs to be had. College Coun. Rick Chiarelli talked

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The Longfields grades 7, 8 and high school concert bands will be collecting beer / wine bottles, as well as any spare pennies from 10-4 p.m. to raise funds for their band program, which is an extra-curricular activity. The funds raised will be used to purchase band music, pay festival fees, purchase instruments, and to help finance spring band trips. The Longfields Grade 8 Band and Jazz Band has been invited to compete at Musicfest Canada’s National Competition in Vancouver. With your help, we hope to represent our school community to with pride this coming May 2011. Homeowners who are not home, can leave the bottles outside with a label marked “LDHSS”, and band members will gladly pick up the bottles.For more information on Longfields Music, please visit our website at:

“The Really Good News” at Barrhaven United Church 7-9 p.m. First of seven Wednesdays in a Progressive Look at the Christian Message using Living the Questions II . All welcome; $15/person. Call 613-825-1707 to register. buc@ gma.cama

The Greely Lions and South Gloucester United Church Present: How Sweet It Is! Dinner Cabaret -Songs, Skits, Laughter. Dinner provided by Sucre Salé. Come out for an evening of fun. Friday October 22nd hosted by South Gloucester United Church - Saturday October 23rd hosted by The Greely Lions. Dinner and Show $45. Call to reserve your tickets: For Friday call Catherine Douglas at 613-826-2538, for Saturday call Marg Van Dusen at 613-822-1136.

OCT. 2 Barrhaven family resource centre’s children’s used toy, equipment and clothing sale, Saturday, October 2, 9-12 p.m. at École Secondaire Catholique Pierre-Savard (formerly Jean Robert Gauthier French Catholic elementary school), 1110 Longfields Dr. Cash sales only

OCT. 15, 16 AND 17 St. James United Church located at 5540 Main Stree in Osgoode will be celebrating its 100 year Anniversary on Friday October 15, an evening of talent will feature the Gallagher family with a dessert refreshment. A freewill offering will be taken. Then on Saturday October 16, 2010, children’s fun day will include free games, face painting, a BBQ, ponies and more. On Sunday October 17, 2010 at 1:30 p.m., Sunday service will take place with lots of special guests and music, and a potluck lunch to follow. For more information call 613-8261154.

OCT. 29 & 30 The Women’s Fellowship Group is hosting a rummage sale. St. Stephen’s Anglican Church Hall, 930 Watson St., Ottawa (one block west of Pinecrest Road). Oct. 29 from 5 to 8 p.m. and Oct. 30 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

NOVEMBER The Nepean Fine Arts League will be holding

its Annual Winter Sale of Art by local artists Friday November 19 to Sunday November 21 at the Hellenic Centre, 1315 Prince of Wales Drive Ottawa. Hours are Friday from 5 -9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission and parking are free. Contributions to CHEO are appreciated. For more information contact 613-824-5522. ONGOING – VOLUNTEERS NEEDED You can make a difference in your community! Volunteer at The Ottawa Hospital and be part of World Class Care, Exceptional Service and Compassion – the kind of care we would all want for our loved ones. A wide range of volunteer opportunities are available; in the ER, ICU, clinics and Information Desks or if working directly with patients isn’t for you, volunteer in the shops and help to raise much needed funds.

OCT. 6 The Greely Gardeners monthly meeting will be held at the Greely Community Centre, 1448 Meadow Drive, Greely. Find out how to attract birds to your garden! Our guest speaker is Sue Hiltz from Rideau Nursery in North Gower, and she will talk about bird feeder wreaths, and how to make them. Annual membership is $10, guest visit $2. More information at

OCT. 6 The UCW of Barrhaven United Church is taking orders for berries: 2 kg (4.5 lbs.) Blueberries at $17; 2 kg (4.5 lbs.) Cranberries at $15; 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs.) Raspberries at $28. Deadline to order: Oct. 6. Pick up date: Oct. 23 at 10 a.m. Please contact: Marilyn at 613-825-5879 or June at 613-825-0038.

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