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Low income biggest barrier to better health, county says An inadequate income is the biggest barrier to a healthy diet, according to the Simcoe Muskoka District board of health. The results of the 2013 Nutritious Food Basket survey were released last week. A key finding was that nearly 10 per cent of Simcoe Muskoka households lack food security. Registered dietitian Jane Shrestha pointed out a local family of four on Ontario Works support would have just $163 left each month after paying for food and rent,

while a 35-year-old man on social assistance would be in the hole $241 every month after paying for food and rent. It’s a situation that leaves people cutting corners on food to pay other bills, and sometimes simply going hungry, she said. The survey is an annual assessment of low-income families’ housing expenses and food prices, collected by all health units in Ontario. It has been used in developing responses such as the Simcoe County Food and Agriculture Charter and other health equity strategies, said healthy living service director Joyce Fox.

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Heidi Northover hosts a raffle for an autographed Orr My Story, an autobiography by Boston Bruins legend Bobby Orr. The raffle is part of a Bobby Orr memorabilia exhibition at the Bradford West Gwillimbury library until Feb. 10.

Canadian hockey icon to be feted with exhibition Bradford resident and library worker Heidi Northover invites Bobby Orr fans to come and check out her collection of the retired hockey player’s memorabilia. The Orr collection is on display at the Bradford Public Library, 425 Holland St. W., in front of the checkout desk. It was last on public display in 1991 at Bradford’s former library. The display consists of items collected by Ms Northover for more than 40 years, a passion that began when she was 11. There are autograghed photographs, trading cards, figurines, books and magazine and even a signed Boston Bruins Bobby Orr jersey, which the hockey icon signed when Ms Northover wore it at the Maple Leaf Gardens

in the early 1990s. Ms Northover’s favourite item in the display, however, is a pair of signed photographs of her and Mr. Orr that she had framed along with the envelope he used when he sent the photographs to her. “I happened to mail him the two pictures and, to my utter amazement, he mailed everything back signed,” she said. People who drop by the library will be able to fill out a raffle for a chance to win an autographed copy of Mr. Orr’s latest book, Orr My Story. The raffle will be drawn Feb. 10, the day the Bobby Orr display comes down. The display is viewable during library hours.

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More impaired driving charges laid against man A Bradford man, who was scheduled to appear in court on a previous drunk driving charge, has been arrested on similar charges after another driver called police about a suspected impaired driver. South Simcoe Police said they received a call at about 8:30 p.m. last Friday about a vehicle being driven in an erratic manner on Holland Street West. Police pulled over a vehicle and a man was arrested and taken to the police station where a breathalyser test revealed his blood-alcohol level to be twice the legal limit. Police said the man was facing a similar charge from the OPP and was also disqualified from driving. The 50-year-old man is charged with driving over 80 mgs, impaired driving and driving while disqualified. His vehiclewas seized. You can help keep drunk drivers off the road by calling 911 if you suspect someone is impaired, police said. Police will ask you to provide your location, a description of the vehicle in question and its last known direction of travel.

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Suspended driver nabbed in Bradford A 30-year-old Barrie man faces a charge of driving while under suspension after he was pulled over for speeding in Bradford. South Simcoe Police say an officer pulled the driver over on Holland Street West just after midnight Saturday. A check revealed the man was suspended from driving since October for failing to pay his court-imposed fines from previous traffic violations. The man is scheduled to appear Feb. 12.



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South Simcoe Police remind you to clear all the snow from your vehicle before driving or you could face a $110 fine.

Clear all snow from car or you’ll face fine: police Squinting through a small opening in a frosted windshield is not only unsafe but illegal, South Simcoe Police warn, adding your shoddy job could net you a $110 fine. The police force and others across the province, including York Regional Police, remind you to clear all the snow off your vehicle before driving. The Highway Traffic Act requires you to have a clear view to the front and sides, as well as a clear view to the rear, either with use of side or rearview mirrors. Police warn that when you fail to remove all snow, ice and frost from your windshield, you put yourself and others at risk. Snow left on a vehicle will trail off the car making it harder for those behind

you to see. Ice, snow and dirt must also be removed from headlights and taillights. The law requires your vehicle to have sufficient light from your headlights that it can be seen 150 metres away and for you to see 110 metres in front. Taillights must also be visible to approaching vehicles from 150 metres away. Police ask you to warm up your cars to remove frost from windows. Additionally, you should remove snow from all surfaces of the car, which will ensure your windshield and windows will remain clear through the journey. Make sure your washer fluid is topped up.

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he way the federal Conservative government seems to approach some of its advertising spending reminds us what it must feel like to pay for a meal after you lose your appetite. Canadians, including the people of York Region, need to know about national programs that promote, for instance, public health initiatives or changes to employment insurance. But spending millions to advertise a program that has yet to launch and has hit bump after bump in the road to negotiating said plan with the provinces and territories is a bit fresh. The proposed Canada Job Grant, touted by the Tories in last October’s throne speech, is meant to help the most vulnerable people in our communities, workers who don’t qualify for employment insurance, have few skills or are poorly educated. Problem is, while it is supposed to launch April 1, Ottawa and the provinces and territories are nowhere near an agreement on exactly how it will roll out. Why the rush in advertising it then, you ask? That’s a good question and one to which Liberal MP David McGuinty is seeking an answer. Mr. McGuinty last October introduced a bill based on Ontario’s system that would have the Auditor General appoint an independent advertising commission to oversee government spending on advertising and pre-screen all advertisements. It is called the Elimination of Partisan Government Advertising Act and, in Mr. McGuinty’s words, would help prevent the spending of millions of dollars to advertise a program (such as the one described above) that doesn’t even exist, which, he said, is like flushing tax dollars down the toilet. We think this is an idea whose time has come, particularly when

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you consider the Conservative government is projected to spend about $1 billion on advertising by the end of next year. Here’s how the program could, theoretically, work. All advertisements and marketing campaigns, whether it be to raise awareness or deliver important information, would be screened before being released to the public by a panel set up by the auditor general. One of the key mandates of the panel would be to flag any project that appears to be partisan waste. That is, if a particular ad campaign appears to bolster support for the government of the day, and nothing more, then it gets the axe. We would suggest taking it a step further in that even before mega-bucks are doled out to agencies for its creative work in the first place, a comprehensive and strategic communications plan be put forward to the panel for evaluation and approval. Then and only then should any cash change hands. There’s no sense in closing the barn door after the horse has left. We’re quite certain you won’t pop the cork on the champagne bottle when you read that this new ad panel put a stop to the airing of a commercial that already cost taxpayers $250,000 to create, for example. There have been reforms on this file since the dark days of the sponsorship scandal with regards to strengthening oversight, transparency and accountability on how our government advertises and markets what it does, but as a former prime minister once noted in a victory speech: “The Canadian dream is not complete, there is work to do”.

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They should get a bus for the older people. It’ll take people to where they want to go quicker, so they don’t have to worry about waiting for a taxi or pay for it.

Transit would be nice because everything is moving up by Walmart. You can’t walk up there all the time. It takes forever. Especially with older people, they don’t want to walk that far. I don’t know if municipal government can control how much people charge for rent, but there could be more subsidized housing. There’s not enough,when there’s a two-year waiting list.

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people heading to work outside the hours of bus operation, through the taxi-to-GO and shared-ride taxi service. This service will allow commuters to pay a flat-rate fee for a taxi from designated stops to and from the GO train station, including commuter service to the GO station from Bond Head. The users of this service will need to register with Town Taxi, provider of the service, as it will not simply pick up riders who wait at a bus stop. The town is in the midst of negotiating a year long contract with Town Taxi for this service. The bus system will feature two low-floor, 26-foot buses with no steps that can seat about 19 passengers. They are similar in size to shuttle vehicles used by hotels and parking lots at airports, such as the Park N Fly. They can accommodate two wheelchairs and are equipped with accessibility ramps. Bus fares have not yet been finalized but the town is considering cheaper fares for smart card

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You can catch a local bus in Bradford May 1 unless there is some unforeseen change of plan, town manager Jay Currier told council Tuesday. The town’s bus system will start with two routes, one running back and forth along Holland Street and another that will circle Bradford. The routes will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., which is a recipe for failure for some elected officials who feel a majority of commuters’ hours fall before and after that time slot. Mayor Doug White, however, said the buses are primarily for senior citizens and those without vehicles who need to get to appointments and shopping centres. “This system, running 9 to 5, will meet the needs of that constituency,” he said. The mayor admitted the system won’t help students who need to get to class before 9 a.m. but said the town can assess the system’s efficiency in its infancy before making tweaks to its hours of operation. The service will also support

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The Bradford West Gwillimbury Library hosts its free drop-in LEGO Club (first and third Tuesday of the month) from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Green Room. All ages welcome.

The BWG Library hosts an Alzheimer’s Awareness Month workshop in the Zima Room from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Learn about the importance of early diagnosis and more. Admission is free. Space is limited. Call CHATS to register at 905-713-3373.





The Tec-We-Gwill Women’s Institute hosts its first meeting of the year at the hall in Newton Robinson at noon. Guest speaker is John Borland, who was part of an international study of advanced agriculture program that visited Belize and Guatemala. Bring your own sandwich. Tea, coffee and dessert will be provided. Visitors and new members are welcome. Phone Sylvia at 705435-7736 or Glenna at 705-458-1510.




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The BWG Library hosts PA Day movies. Free drop-in for all ages in the Zima Room from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.





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The Bradford Library starts a weekly memoir writing course with Patti M. Hall for ages 16 and older. The course runs for 10 weeks Wednesdays at 7 p.m. The cost is $125. To register, go to bradford. or email




St. Catherine’s famous all-you-can-eat perogie and rib dinner is back at St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church, 56 Hearn St., Bond Head from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is $14 for adults, $7 for children aged seven to 12 and free for those six and younger. Tickets will be sold at the door.


The Bradford West Gwillimbury Library hosts the drop-in chess club Mondays, 7 to 8:30 p.m., except statutory holidays, for players to meet and play. Admission is free. All ages are welcome.


The Bradford West Gwillimbury Library’s winter session of Creative Activities for Creative Minds for children aged two to six runs Mondays from 1 to 1:45 p.m. until March 3. The cost is $5. Register at borrower services.



The Bradford West Gwillimbury Library Story time (programs for ages four months to six years old) registration opens Jan. 8 for programs running Wednesdays (Jan. 22 to Feb. 26), Thursdays (Jan. 23 to Feb. 27) and Fridays (Jan. 24 to Feb. 28) in the mornings. To register, visit the library or call 905-775-3328, ext. 6114.



York-Simcoe Naturalists host Mike Burrell of Bird Studies Canada at the River Drive Park Community Centre, 20 Oak Ave., East Gwillimbury, at 7:30 p.m. Bring your own mug. Email for more information.

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The Site Attendant is responsible for the operation of electronic weigh scales, assessment and collection of tippage fees, completion of all required landfill documentation, compost logs, bank deposits, inventory, and daily disposal sheets, directing customers, sorting and packaging Waste Electronic & Electrical Equipment, accepting and packaging Household Hazardous Waste, and maintaining diversion areas. The successful candidate will have a Grade 12 or Grade 12 equivalent Diploma, good writing, mathematical, and oral communication skills, and experience dealing with the public in a courteous manner. Must provide a successful criminal reference check and provide own transportation to and from the site. Salary: $18.82 per hour. For additional information about this and other positions, please visit: To view the job description in its entirety & submit your application for this position, please visit Closing Date: January 29, 2014

The County of Simcoe thanks all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Personal information provided is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act (2001) and will be used to determine eligibility for employment. The Corporation of the County of Simcoe is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


F&I MANAGER looking for an outstanding new opportunity? Local dealership requires full time experienced F&I Mgr. • at least one year Automotive F&I Management experience • requires an excellent knowledge of all aspects of financing and paperwork associated with business office • sell financing and other finance and insurance related products to customers • provide excellent customer service as reflected by CSI scores • establish and meet monthly objectives

Interested Candidates should apply by e-mail to: Attn: Sales Manager Experienced Bookkeeper Required Immediately Must have 5+ years experience as a bookkeeper, A/P, A/R, Gov Remittances, mortgages. Must have expert computer skills including QuickBooks, Excel and Word. Enjoy working independently, thrive on accountability and responsibility, a self-starter, open to new challenges. Real Estate experience an asset. Forward resume to


BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Requires a full time representative looking for an outstanding new opportunity! • excellent verbal and telephone skills required • successful at building & maintaining productive customer relationships • excellent internet knowledge and acquired web skills necessary • self motivated and enjoys working in an autonomous environment • self managed individual measured by agreed upon activity objectives

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Passenger Transportation company has immediate openings for F/T Drivers. No Experience Necessary, we train drivers with satisfactory driving record.

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TAX RETURN PREPARERS (T1) Newmarket Tax Return firm looking for experienced preparers for the 2014 tax season. 5 years' experience with all areas of personal income tax returns. Excellent computer skills with Profile, QuickBooks, Excel, and Outlook. Good communication skills to meet with clients. Please forward your resume & references by email only to: Twin Hills Ford Lincoln Ltd.

requires a Part Time Receptionist Mon-Fri ~ 4-9pm Sat. ~ 9am-6pm Typing required. Pleasant telephone manner is a must. Willing to train. Please call 905-884-4441


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CANADIAN TIRE NEWMARKET Now Hiring Senior and Junior Service Advisors Full time and part time needed. Fax resume to Al Pressman: 905-895-3000 or email: Only those applicants considered will be contacted.

Wanted Licensed Transmission Technician for busy flat rate shop. $30.50 per hr + comprehensive benefits, boot allowance, and pension. Fax or email in confidence 905-727-6099 Attention: Tom Wright Office/ Administration

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Buchner Manufacturing Inc. Is a major Canadian supplier of building products. We currently have a permanent, full-time position available at our Pefferlaw retail outlet for a counter sales representative. Must be an exper ienced sales representative with product knowledge or who possesses a background in exterior finish building products. Duties to include the following: • Service customers at the counter and on the phone • Create quotes and enter orders through our point of sale system • Deposit customer payments • Maintain showroom • Responsible for opening/ closing of showroom • General warehouse duties including picking orders and restocking The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and organization skills and as well, be mathematically inclined. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word is essential. Fo r k l i f t ex p e r i e n c e a n d / o r va l i d certification would be a definite asset. Interested candidates may apply either via fax or email to: J. Terry, Human Resources Fax: 905-836-1552 Email:

Product Development Assistant CUSTOMER SERVICE Join our growing CSR team! Req'd by a well-established, rapidly expanding Medical Co. in Richmond Hill, applicant must be organized, reliable and have excellent written and communication skills. Duties include order entry, invoicing and quoting. Please send your resume to: AMICO CORPORATION Fax: (905) 764-0862 Email:

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We are looking for dedicated PSWs to provide personal care, essential homemaking, security checks and urgent response 24/7 to seniors with high care needs at various sites in York Region. Requirements • PSW Certificate • Experience working with frail seniors with high care needs • Able to perform the essential physical demands associated with high care needs • Demonstrated crisis intervention and problem solving skills • Experience working with limited supervision and as part of a team • Experience with household management • Ability to communicate effectively in English (verbal and written) • Strong customer service skills • Vehicle and valid Ontario driver's license • Current TB & valid police check (within 12 months) required • Additional language(s) are an asset (Russian, Cantonese, Mandarin, Farsi, Arabic preferred) Benefits include: gas allowance, group benefits plan, paid training and development Email resume to or fax 905-713-1705 & 1-877-613-6111 We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those considered for an interview will be contacted. Include 14-002 in the subject line. CHATS is an equal opportunity employer. Sales Opportunities

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Permanent Part-time Monday to Friday The Home at Last (HAL) program is a free service to support the safe and smooth transition of seniors and clients with special needs from hospital to home. The program provides trained and experienced PSWs to assist in the client's transition home by assisting in such activities as: meal preparation, personal care and other activities of daily living. Location: South Simcoe, York Region and surrounding areas Requirements: • PSW Certificate • Experience working with seniors • Demonstrated strong team skills • Demonstrated exceptional customer service • Ability to communicate effectively in English (verbal/written) • Demonstrated strong organizational skills • Completion of administrative related reports • Own transportation required & valid Ontario driver's license • Certification in CPR and First Aid an asset • Additional language(s) an asset

Benefits: • Paid travel time and gas allowance • Paid training and development We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those considered for an interview will be contacted. CHATS is an equal opportunity employer. Email resume & cover letter to Fax to 905-713-1705 or 1-877-613-6111 Include HAL 14-003 in the subject line. Teaching Opportunities

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RECE and Assistant Teachers for Before & After School Split Shifts and supply positions required for Newmarket centres starting immediately. Strong programming, leadership and communication skills required. Commitment to working in a child care setting. Clear and recent police screening and up-to-date immunizations required.

Upper Canada Child Care is a non-profit, government licensed organization operating centres in communities throughout Toronto, York Region, and Simcoe County.

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Bradford Progress Child Care is currently seeking a dynamic Supervisor for one of our Child Care Centres. Knowledge of Emergent Curriculum is an asset. We offer benefits and professional development opportunities. We are also recruiting RECE and assistant staff. If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume by January 27th to: executivedirector@

Interested applicants are invited to submit a resume to the undersigned: Attn: Sari Connell, HR Advisor Email: Fax: 289.982.1116 Thank you for your interest, only applicants who will be interviewed will be contacted.

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FULL TIME COOK The successful applicant must have Chef Training or Culinary Management Diploma or Certificate or Institutional Cook. PART TIME FOOD SERVICE WORKER The successful applicants will possess a current certificate or proof of enrollment in the Food Service Worker Program FULL TIME WELLNESS DIRECTOR The successful applicant must possess a Leisure/Recreation Degree FULL TIME PTA The successful candidate must have a current certificate. A LONG TERM CARE FACILITY IN SUTTON Making a Difference JOIN A LEADER IN LONG TERM CARE River Glen Haven Nursing Home is part of a leading organization in Long Term Care, which has been in operation for over 35 years. We are a very progressive company known for its commitment to providing Excellence in Long Term Care. River Glen Haven is an accredited fa c i l i t y, l o c a t e d 3 0 m i n u t e s n o r t h o f Newmarket. Join a team that nourishes and facilitates educational opportunities and self-growth. As a key member of our care team you can expect a competitive salary and full time employee a benefit package. If you are seeking a challenging and rewarding career in LongTerm Care, have a genuine interest and respect for seniors, and are a team player; then come join our team!!!

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Job Title: Machine Strapper, Casual Part Time Location: Aurora THE OPPORTUNITY York Region Media Group, a division of Metroland Media Group, is currently looking to fill a Casual Part- Time Machine Strapper position for the following shifts: Mondays 4pm-2am and Tuesday 4pm-2am. Reporting to the Machine Operator, the Machine Strapper is responsible for removing skids from the line, relocating them to the appropriate slots using the pump truck and wrapping finished product. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES • Remove skids from line, relocate them to the appropriate slots using pump truck and wrap finished product • Follow the job list assigned to count, insert flyers and stacking • Retrieve flyers from surrounding skids • Hours fluctuate seasonally based on insert/flyer volume • Work in a safety-conscious manner as outlined in the Company and department safety policies • Perform physical material handling • To perform other duties as assigned by the Supervisor WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR • Ability to remain alert and maintain a high level of concentration • Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment • Have the ability to work independently and as part of a team • Previous experience in a manufacturing environment, an asset • Attention to detail • Have their own transportation Interested candidates are requested to forward their resume to Erin Smyth at by February 5, 2014. Please reference "Machine Strapper" in the subject line. Thank you for your interest. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please

Employment Opportunities "WORK OPPORTUNITIES + TRAVEL Childcare positions in Unites States, air fare, medical etc. provided. Childcare in Holland, New Zealand, Australia, Spain, England, China, etc. Different benefits apply.Teach in South Korea, air fare, medical etc. provided.Hotel jobs in England. Summer Camp jobs in Europe 2014 Apply at: 1-902-422-1455 Email: scotiap@ns.sympati"

Community Living Newmarket/ Aurora District is recruiting Host Home Respite Providers (Host Families) to help enhance the lives of children and adults who have an intellectual disability. Currently we have a need for providers who are available at least one weekend per month. Host Families are expected to include the person supported in family entertainment and leisure activities. Monetary earnings of $90, per 24 hours, are provided to the Host Family. Please contact: Jasmine MacMillan 905-898-3000 x 230

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PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKERS Must be PSW & CPR certified. What we offer: • Competitive Compensation • Benefit Programs • Flexible Schedules • Work Blackberries Provided • Educational Opportunities ....Much More! Fax: 905-771-2763

MAGNA GOLF CLUB 14780 Leslie Street, Aurora, Ontario Magna Golf Club is accepting resumes for the 2014 golf season. POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Food and Beverage Staff Beverage Cart, Lounge Servers, Dining Room Servers, Bussers and Concierge. Experience is preferred, but not mandatory. Kitchen Staff First Cook/Chef de Partie (experience is mandatory) and dishwashers. Golf Operations Staff Back Shop staff, caddies and valet parking attendants. Clubhouse Attendants Building Maintenance and a variety of housekeeping responsibilities.

Please submit your resume and cover letter indicating which position you are applying for to or fax (905)726-2275 before January 29, 2014.

DRIVERS WITH suitable van/truck to deliver newspapers and flyers to carriers. Pre delivery of flyer bundles will be required after Tuesdays through Wednesdays. Delivery days are as follows: Thursday: Richmond Hill Tenders due by Jan 27/14

Please pick up and submit tenders to: Margaret Johnson Warehouse Co-ordinator Aurora Banner Markham Economist Stouffville Sun 250 Industrial Pkwy. North, Aurora Metroland-York Region Media Group Phone: (905) 727-0819 ext. 385 Cell: 289-221-7128

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GROFF LANDSCAPING requires labourers for sidewalk snow clearing. Excellent rates. Call: 905-985-4261.

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HELP WANTED! Make $1000 a week mailing brochures From Home! Helping Home Workers since 2001! Genuine Opportunity. NO experience required. Start immediately!

Please apply in person with resume to: The Royal Wood Shop 220 Wellington St. E. Aurora PLUMBER Experience in residential/ commercial Fax resume to 905-722-5699 or e-mail briggsplumbingandheating@ HVAC TECHNICIAN G2 required Experience in residential/ commercial Fax resume to 905-722-5699 or e-mail Houses for Sale

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Drivers DRIVERS WANTED AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes:Guaranteed 40 hour work week + overtime, paid travel, lodging, meal allowance, 4 week’s vacation/excellent benefits package. Must be able to have extended stays away from home for three months at a time. Experience Needed: Valid AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes, commercial driving experience. Apply online at under careers, FastTRACK Application.

for busy retail lumber store. P/T and F/T positions available. Lifting required. Friendly customer service.

Apartments for Rent BLOOMINGTON/ LESLIE- Large 2 bedroom walkout, completely renovated. Secure building. Available immediately. No smoking/ pets. A p p o i n t m e n t o n l y. 905-888-9889 BRADFORD- 1 bedroom, bright, clean, spacious, private entrance. Walkout to backyard. Nonsmoking/ dogs. From $795+ utilities. Immediately. 416-751-3368, 905-778-8228, 905-251-7393

1-KESWICK LAKEFRONT. 1 bedroom, newly renovated, cable, parking, $$900 inclusive. Bachelor, $700. 1st & s e c u r i t y. N o p e t s . BRADFORD- 2 bedroom Available immediately. lower apartment, laundry, separate entrance, 905-989-2469 a/c. February 1st. $1000 all inclusive. Non-smokAURORA- 2 2 bedrooms, i n g / p e t s . P h o n e hot water, heating and 905-830-2555 parking included. Hydro extra. Laundr y. First/ BRADFORD- 3 bedroom, l a s t . N o p e t s . $ 8 9 5 / bright, clean, spacious, private entrance. Garage $890. 905-478-4486 and parking. Non-smoking/ dogs. From $1150+ AURORA- WELLINGTON/ Leslie. Beautiful 1 u t i l i t i e s . M a r c h . 416-751-3368, bedroom walkout, 2 washrooms, big living- 905-778-8228 905-251room. Laundry. Facing 7393 lake. BRADFORD- 3 bedroom $1250+1/3utilities. excellent condition/ garSuits professionals. age/ laundry. $1450 inNon-smoking/ pets. clusive. Tony Mendes 416-564-4330 905-715-4951 Century 21 AURORA- YONGE/ Murray. 3 bedroom, main B R A D F O R D - N E W LY level, clean, parking, renovated, bright 2 bedlaundry. Available Febru- room upper, new bathar y 1st. No smoking/ room, freshly painted, pets. $1400 inclusive. balcony, hardwood, transit, parking. $875+. Feb416-453-9040 ruary 1st. 905-478-1614, AURORA- YONGE Street. 416-898-3580 2 bedroom, second floor. Near amenities. B R A D F O R D ( W E S T ) , Freshly painted. Hard- large 3 bedroom, fenced wood. $985.+ hydro. No yard, laundry, parking. pets. Available immedi- $995+. Tony Mendes. ately. (905)841-0576, 905-715-4951. Century 905-727-9150 21.

Apartments for Rent HOLLAND LANDINGClean 2 bedroom apartment, in upper duplex. Suits professional. No smoking/ pets. $900+. Excellent references only. Immediately. 416-287-1093 HOLLAND LANDINGspacious 2 bedroom upper level. Private entrance, appliances, parking. $900+. No smoking, no dogs. Immediate. (905)830-4151

KESWICK Big bright 3 bedroom basement near park. Lots of big windows, kitchen, laundry, bathroom, parking, appliances. $1300 inclusive. 905-960-9119 leave message KESWICK- MODERN, bright 1 bedroom above ground basement, separate entrance, storage, laundry, cable, internet, hydro, gas $1100 inclusive. Non-smoking. 289-383-2984 KESWICK NORTH- 1 bedroom. Close to lake, separate entrance, parking, a/c, laundry & utilities included. $900. January 31st. 905-836-2303 KESWICK SOUTH Central- bachelor selfcontained. Close to amenities, Suits mature single. Non-smoking/ pets. $750 inclusive. Now available. (905)476-6876. NEWMARKET - BRIGHT, clean 3 Bdrm, 1 Bath for rent. Available immediately $1495 incl. 416-550-1065 N E W M A R K E T- 1 1 / 2 bedroom basement. Available February 1st. $895 inclusive. Parking, l a u n d r y. P l e a s e c a l l 289-221-7785 NEWMARKET- 2 bedroom basement, separate entrance, parking, shared laundry. $1200 inclusive. No smoking/ pets. Available March 1st. 416-576-5257 NEWMARKET- 2 bedr o o m l o w e r, c l e a n , bright, freshly painted. Parking, laundry. Close to schools, transportation, shopping. Available immediately. $995 inclusive. 905-252-7424 NEWMARKET- 2 bedroom main floor $1200+. Available February 1st. 905-836-0962 NEWMARKET- 2 level 2 bedroom apartment. $1050+ hydro. Laminate flooring upstairs/ downstairs. Parking. Nonsmoking/ pets. March 1st. For appointment 905-898-3282 NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom bungalow main floor near hospital, 2 parking, shared laundry. Non-smoking/ pets. $1500 inclusive. 289-221-3370 NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom main floor bungalow. Newly renovated. 1 bathroom. Eat-in kitchen. 1 car parking. $1500 inclusive. 647-831-5868

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NEWMARKET CENTRALbright bachelor, self contained, parking. Nonsmoking/ pets. Suits mature individual. $749. inclusive. Call 10am-6pm. 416-791-9941 michael.prolease@

CONDO FOR Rent, Richmond Hill, large 1.5 bedroom, 2 parking spots Large, Approx. 1100 Sf., 1.5 Br + full master bathroom + 2pc + Solarium + p a n t r y, i n c l u d e s a l l utilities and Rogers cable. Rare Find, 2 Heated Underground Parking spots available with This Unit!!! Very Bright Spacious, Very Well Maintained Luxury Building! Super Quiet. Great Residents - Fantastic Lifestyle Features Such As: Pool, Hot Tub, Tennis, Squash, Gym, Media Room & More. Walking D i s t a n c e To B u s , G o Train,Shopping,Schools, Parks & So Much More!! Includes: Fridge, Stove, D i s h w a s h e r, Wa s h e r, Dryer, Window Coverings.Non-smoking or pets, looking for long term lease $1,450 mth + $80 mth for 2nd underground parking spot. Av a i l a b l e M a rc h 1 s t . Call 905-830-6690 references required.

NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom semi, near schools and all amenities $1190.+ utilities. 905-830-2915

NEWMARKET, CLOSE to hospital, large, clean, bright 1 bedroom walkout basement. Private entrance, laundry, AC, parking, non-smoking. $ 8 0 0 + . I m m e d i a t e l y. 416-803-5661.

NEWMARKET- LARGE 1 bedroom, hardwood flooring, $875+ hydro. No smoking, no pets. Av a i l a b l e M a rc h 1 s t . 905-898-3282

NEWMARKET- LONDON/ Yonge- renovated, spacious 2 bedroom basement, appliances, laundry, a/c, non-smok- Townhouses for Rent ing/ pets. Feb 1st/ March 1st. $1000 inclusive. KESWICK- 3 bedroom 905-898-9156. townhouse open concept, 2 car garage, walkout balcony, minutes N E W M A R K E T- Q U I E T f r o m L a k e S i m c o e . building, private balcony $1450 plus. March 1st. new kitchen/ floors, 1 289-380-0872 bedroom, near hospital. P a r k i n g , l a u n d r y o n NEWMARKET- BEAUTIp r e m i s e s , N o d o g s . FUL 2/3 bedroom townhome $1,140.00/ $1075. 905-953-9683. $1,221.00 +utilities. H.O.P.E. Co-op, familyo r i e n t e d c o m m u n i t y, N E W M A R K E T- Q U I E T steps to amenities. NO building. Heating, park- SUBSIDY AVAILABLE. ing included. Large 1 Visit b e d r o o m s a p t . N o n - for further info/ to downs m o k i n g / p e t s . load application. Viewings arranged for pre647-704-0220. qualified applicants only. move-in incentive includes free basic cable NEWMARKET- (SUNNY- f o r 1 y r . I n f o : P O I N T ) 3 b e d r o o m , 905-853-0049. upper. New flooring, freshly painted. Near Houses for Rent schools, transit. Laund r y, p a r k i n g , y a r d . $1395 inclusive. Imme- AURORA- 2 bedroom in diate. 289-231-0937 lower level of house, new carpeting, windows, great neighborhood, large backyard. Available NEWMARKET, WILLIAM F e b r u a r y. M a r y L o u Roe/ Yonge, 1 bedroom, 289-221-9878. gas fireplace, parking, laundry, non-smoking/ B AY V I E W / S T. J o h n , pets. Available immedi- New Semi, 3 bedrooms, ately. $800 all inclusive. 4 bathrooms, finished 905-954-1294. basement. 5 appliances. February 1st. Non-smoking/ pets $2100+ utilities. STOUFFVILLE- 1 bed- (905)-868-7085. room apt., quiet 4-stor e y b u i l d i n g n e a r BRADFORD- CLEAN, amenities. Suits non- s p a c i o u s 3 b e d r o o m , s m o k i n g i n d i v i d u a l / freshly painted. $1500 incouple. No pets. $1110 clusive. New floors, central Leave detailed message, air, separate laundry. No smoking. Pets negotiable. 905-640-4727 905-716-8554

NEWMARKET- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, centrally located, 1.5 acres, pool, quiet, family friendly, Clean. Huge heated workshop. Immediate. 289-221-1743 NEWMARKET- LONDON Rd. lower floors, newly renovated, 3 bedrooms, 4 appliances, a/c. Nonsmoking/ pets. $1300. inclusive. Available immediately. (905)893-8538.

SCHOMBERG CLOSE to h w y. S t u n n i n g , s p a cious, open concept, 2 bedroom, 2 baths,1 parking, balcony, 5 appliances, luxury amenities. Immediately. 416-725-5890.

NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom main floor, laund r y, r e n o v a t e d , n e a r school/ amenities. $1475 includes heat/ hydro. Non-smoking/ pets. Available immediately. 416-580-0852

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GILMOUR, Rhoda (nee Coalter)

Peacefully at York Region Newmarket Health Centre in Newmarket on Sunday January 19, 2014 in her 94th year. Loving mother of Bob, Bill and Cathy G i l m o u r. S h e w i l l b e l o v i n g l y remembered by her grandson Rob and wife Dayana, and great grandchildren Shania, Robbie and Giselle. A funeral service was held on W e d n e s d a y, J a n u a r y 2 2 a t t h e TAY L O R F U N E R A L H O M E , Newmarket Chapel, 524 Davis Drive 905-898-2100. In memory of Rhoda, donations to the Yo r k R e g i o n N e w m a r k e t H e a l t h Centre, 194 Eagle Street, Newmarket, ON, L3Y 1J6 would be appreciated. On line condolences may be made at

WRIGHT, Hazel Irene (nĂŠe Stokes) Passed away peacefully at River Glen Haven nursing home in Sutton on Friday, January 17, 2014 at 92 years of age. She was the loving mother of Faye Kearns and Dennis (Marlene) Wright. Beloved and cherished "Nana" of Carolyn (Jeff) Butterworth, Crystal (Tim) Ellis, Sarah Wright (Adam) and Kristen Wright. Proud great grandmother of Zachary and Lauren Butterworth, Paige, Campbell and Bronte Ellis, and Brooklynn Vito. Predeceased by her brothers, Harry and Don. Hazel was born in Reist, Alberta on November 12, 1921 and then moved to Ontario in her mid teens. She raised her family on a farm at the Doane Road and 2nd Concession in East Gwillimbury. She worked at Sears for many years in both the customer accounts and catalogue departments. While there, she developed life-long friendships with many of her co-workers. She was also a life time m e m b e r o f t h e S h a r o n Wo m e n ' s Institute and thoroughly enjoyed their get-togethers. Once retired from Sears, she moved to her little log cabin in Keswick where she could focus on her hobbies, go to garage sales, plant her flower gardens, enjoy the birds, work on her photo albums, watch Blue Jays games, write letters to friends in Florida and Alberta and host card games, lunches and dinners with her friends. More than anything though, Hazel loved being with her f a m i l y. B i r t h d a y p a r t i e s , h o l i d a y dinners and just going out to Tim Horton's for coffee and a Boston cream doughnut were events that she greatly cherished. As per her wishes, there will be no funeral service or visitation. Cremation has taken place and interment will take place in the spring at Newmarket Cemetery. Thank you to Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home for making these arrangements. Her family would also like to thank the nurses, PSWs and all of the other staff on the 3rd floor at River Glen Haven for their exemplary care, compassion and thoughtfulness. If desired, donations in her memory may be made to the CNIB or CHATS. On-line condolences may be made at

Douglas Cyril - 59 January 28, 1954 ~ January 22, 2014 Passed away peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre with his family by his side after a brave fight. He is survived by his loving wife Betty (Schilbach). Beloved son-in-law to Christina Hatch, beloved father to Cody Bellman and Shirol Bellman, Katie Schilbach and Justin Schilbach. He will be missed dearly by his brother Larry (Norah) Bellman from Beaconsfield, QC, sister Judy Strugeon (the late Ken Sturgeon) from Newmarket, sister Linda (Bob) Foster from Brockville. Predeceased by his parents Cyril and Doris Bellman and brother Harvey Bellman. He will be lovingly remembered by his many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. He will live in our hearts forever as the lovable Uncle Doug. He was a great friend to all and will be especially missed by Tom & Cathy Stephens and Dave "Rabbit" & Heather Hare. As per Doug's request cremation has taken place and a celebration of his life has been planned for Sunday, February 2, 2014 from 1-7 p.m. at 270 Davis Drive, Newmarket in the Meeting Room. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket. A special thank you to the staff at Southlake Regional Health Centre, ICU unit. He will be remembered in the memories of all those he touched. On-line condolences may be made at

RILEY, Douglas Howard

Passed away peacefully with family at his side, at Southlake Regional Health Centre on January 19, 2014 in his 89th year. Loving husband of 62 years if Doreen (nee Millar). Beloved father of Glenn, Paul and Bruce. Beloved father in law o f P a m e l a S l a v i n R i l e y. P r o u d grandfather of Tyler, Christopher and Colleen. Great grandfather to Emma. Brother of the late Elva (Campbell). Son of the late Lillie May Riley. Douglas worked at Birks Jewellers for 27 years in contract sales. Friends may call at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main Street S., Newmarket on Friday January 24, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A celebration of Doug's life will be held at St. Andrew's P r e s b y t e r i a n , 4 8 4 Wa t e r S t r e e t , Newmarket on Saturday January 25, at 11 a.m. The family would like to thank the compassionate medical staff at Southlake. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Doug's name may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation. On-line condolences may be made at ..His eye is on the sparrow

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LONSDALE, Lylla Jean February 1st, 1921 January 20th, 2014 Passed away peacefully, surrounded b y f a m i l y, a t M a c k e n z i e P l a c e , Newmarket. Loving mother to Bob, Jean, Bertha, P e g g y, B u c k i e ( We n d y ) , D a n n y, Wendy (Al), Vera and the late Bill. To o m a n y g r a n d c h i l d r e n , g r e a t grandchildren, great-great grandchildren and great-great-great grandchildren to mention. Visitation to take place at the Church of the Nazarene, 79 Main St. S., Newmarket on Thursday January 23rd, 2014 from 2-4 & 7-9 pm and on Friday January 24th, 2014 from 10-11 am. Funeral service to take place at t h e c h u r c h o n F r i d a y a t 11 a m , followed by cremation. Special thanks to the wonderful staff at Mackenzie Place for taking such good care of mom, to Pastor Taylor for his kind words and support, to the Egypt Church Family and Pastor Neufeld. Our family also extends a special thanks to Lylla's church family for their continued support. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Newmarket Church of the Nazarene. On-line condolences may be made at

YOUNG, George Edward Born September 21, 1929 passed away on December 15, 2013 at the Clocktower Senior Residence in Newmarket. Father to Darlene Watson, Debra Munro and Nancy Hicks. Grandfather to Michael, Aaron, David, Aaron, Joshua and Brooklyn. Funeral and cremation have taken place. The world will miss your worldly stories and sense of humour.

CRAGG, Garnet Passed away peacefully on January 13th, 2014 in his 66th year. He will be missed by loving wife Linda, son Tim (Stephanie), grandchildren Jessica & Cayden, mother Margaret, Christine and many friends and extended family. His spirit will live on in all of us.

MacDONELL, Isabel Doreen Doreen passed away peacefully on F r i d a y, J a n u a r y 1 7 t h , 2 0 1 4 , a t Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket at the age of 83. Loving sister of John Francis, Charles, Angus and Jerome MacDonell. Predeceased by her sisters Dorothy, Evelyn, Eileen Hughes, Inez MacRae, brother Donald MacDonell and loving friend Mary Sherritt. Doreen will be missed by many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held at the Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, 905-727-5421 on F r i d a y, J a n u a r y 2 4 t h , 2 0 1 4 f r o m 11:00am to 1:00pm, with a funeral service to follow at 1:00pm, in the Chapel of Thompson Funeral Home. Donations in Doreen's memory to charity of choice. Online condolences and information at

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MIHOLIC, Frank Passed away peacefully at River Glen Haven Nursing Home on January 19, 2014 in his 84th year. Beloved father of Veronica Farrugia and the late Helen Kirec. Proud grandfather of Kathleen, Joseph and Paul Farrugia, and the late Ludvik Jr., Christopher, Suzy and Nancy Kirec. Beloved brother of many siblings. Friends may call at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main Street S., Newmarket on Thursday January 23, from 2-4 and 6-9 p.m. Funeral mass at St. Elizabeth Seton, 17955 Leslie Street, Newmarket on Friday January 24 at 11 a.m., followed by interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. The family would like to thank all family members and friends who gave their support during this difficult time, as well as the staff at River Glen Haven for their dedication. Memorial donations in Frank's name may be made to the Kidney Foundation of Canada. On-line condolences may be made at MULLIN, Jeffrey Dean November 27, 1967 January 20, 2014 Passed away in Newmarket, Ontario on Monday, January 20th, 2014 at 46 years of age. Loving husband of Sophia (nee Macaranas). Proud tatay "dad" of J a y z e n , D a y v i d a n d R o s e m a r y. Beloved brother of Eric, Timothy and Mary Jane. Predeceased by his parents Mary Elizabeth (nee Street) and Peter and his brother Peter John. He will be sadly missed by all of his family and friends. Visitation will be held at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main Street South, Newmarket on Saturday, January 25th from 5-8 p.m. Funeral service in the chapel on Sunday, January 26th at 2 p.m. with visitation one hour prior. On-line condolences may be made at



WATT, Graham In loving memory of our beloved son Graham, who died on January 25, 2013. Dear Graham, This day comes with sad regret It brings a day we can't forget You passed away without goodbye But our memories of you will never die Sad are the hearts that love you Silent the tears that fall Living our lives without you Is the hardest part of all You did so many things for us Your heart was kind and true And when we needed someone We could always count on you. Loving you always, Forgetting you never Love Mom, Dad, Paul, Karen, Dillan and partner Gail

MAC Intyre, Linda In loving memory of a dear wife, mother & grandmother who passed away January 24, 1990 No length of time can take away Our thoughts of you every day. Love your family.



Morton, Doug In loving memory of a dear brother, brother-in-law, and uncle who passed away January 23, 1994. He left us quietly, His thoughts unknown, But left us a memory We are proud to own; So treasure him Lord, In your garden of rest; For when on earth, He was one of the best. Sadly missed and never forgotten; sister Carol, brother-in-law Larry, and niece Cheryl

In loving memory of a dear son who passed away January 23, 1994. In the book of life there are memories Of the happy days we knew, And recorded in love Are the blessings Of a wonderful Son like you. Sadly missed and always remembered by Mom

PETER JOHN SMITH Jan 14, 1946 - Jan 23, 2013

ALWAYS WITH US IN SPIRIT We miss you, Esther, Jeremy & Srey Heap

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BRADFORD MINOR PEE WEE A January 9 Bradford 5 Markham 4 In a back and forth contest, scoring by Weston Torrie with a pair and an assist; Jackson Carruthers, 2 goals, 1 assist and a single by Joseph Magani from William Bishop. Noah Miranda added 2 assists and Cole Takacs with 2 assists as well. January 12 Bradford 0 Aurora 3 Great effort against a strong team. Fantastic defence by Thomas King. Caleb Garbe in net kept them in the game. January 15 Bradford 4 Markham 5 In a hard-fought match, the defence really added to the offence. Goals from William Bishop assisted by Thomas King; Second goal from Cole Takacs from Bishop; Stuart Heath from King; and Ryan Jensen from Caleb Booth. Billy Maznik provided solid netminding.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Minor Hockey Pre-Tyke players participated in the annual Hockey Day in Bradford at Bud Brown Park. Bradford Minor Hockey would like to thank Joe Lotto and the Town of Bradford for putting this annual event on and making it a memorable day to remember for all the players. Thank you to our volunteers - Roy Chiarot, Bayne Smith, Nicholas Button, Mitchell Giglio, Colin Chariot, Brayden Smith, Abby Mott, Maddison Ng, Darcy Mott, and OMHA’s Chuck the Puck. A special thank you to all the town employees for making this a memorable day for everyone.

MINOR BANTAM A Jan 15 Bradford 3 Barrie 4 Goals: Nicholas Desario, Elias Sawan, Patrick Chusroskie from Sean Breedon Jan 18 Bradford 2 Markham 2 Goals: Sean gore from Jaden Mcdonald and Terry Smith, Penalty shot goal – Jack Slade. Penalty shot was at 1:36 left in the 3rd and it tied up the game! MINOR MIDGET Jan 19 Bradford 1 Nobleking 3 Goals: Brandon Scholten from Nicholas Walton and Jesse Campbell.


PEE WEE #4 Game 1 Bradford – 4 Grimsby Sharks – 1 Bradford’s goals by Brayden Heatley scoring all 4 goals (one unassisted), the others assisted by Blake Fellman with 2 assists and Mason McCarty with one assist. Player of the Game went to Matthew Quizi Game 2 Bradford 1 Metcalfe Jets - 8 Bradford’s goal by Malcom Gill assisted by Brayden Heatley and Steven Amador Player of the Game went to Melissa Brinkos Game 3 Bradford 0 Brantford Smeda Brothers – 3 Player of the Game went to Mason McCarty

PEE WEE #4 January 4 Correction Bradford Pee Wee # 4 - 3 Bradford Pee Wee #2 - 2 PeeWee #4 Goals by Blake Fellman from Melissa Brinkos, Malcom Gill from Matthew Quizi and Malcom Gill from Brayden Heatley and Eric Mak. January 6 Bradford Pee Wee # 4 - 3

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