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Teachers across Simcoe County showed up to work dressed in black Wednesday morning to protest and mourn the loss of their collective bargaining rights. On Tuesday, the provincial legislature voted 82 to 15 to pass Bill 115 that allows the government to impose a contract on teachers that freezes wages for at least two years, reduces sick days and halts grid increases. Late Tuesday afternoon and into the evening, dozens of public school elementary and secondary union representatives gathered at the office of District 17 of the Ontario Secondary Schools Teachers’ Federation at 63 Collier St. in Barrie. Ian Tudor, president of District 17, said high school teachers are being asked by their union to give up participating in extra-curricular activities only on Wednesdays See page 12.


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Town gives soccer club ultimatum BY SEAN PEARCE

Citing more than $22,000 in unpaid fees, the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury has issued an ultimatum to the Bradford Soccer Club. In a press release issued Tuesday, the town said it had met with the club on a number of occasions to discuss the latter’s inability to meet its financial contributions for the 2012 outdoor

season and the outstanding balance of more than $22,000. Beyond that, the town also indicates that the club has not paid its player registration fees with the Huronia District Soccer Association, estimated to be about $30,000, and owes the Bradford Sports Dome in excess of $55,000. Given all of that, the town says it will not grant

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“A new home and new life,” is a message written beneath an outside wall of a new Habitat for Humanity home in Georgina. Stephanie MacPhail wrote those words after being notified a few weeks ago she and her two children were awarded the second semi-detached Habitat home being constructed on Robert Street in Keswick. “I’ve just been on cloud nine ever since we got the news we were accepted,” says Ms MacPhail.

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wall. The inspirational message STAFF PHOTO/HEIDI RIEDNER holds the same power for Ms MacPhail even though it is now RBC Group’s Gennex cabinet member Amber Pearson gets an appreciative shake of the hand from Keswick hidden beneath layers of insularesident Stephanie MacPhail after a hard day’s work on Habitat for Humanity’s Robert Street build site. tion and siding. The Keswick resident joins equity, with many friends and fam- cation,” she says, adding it allows five years ago. Sherrie Beaugrand and her two ily members offering to help. people to get a foot in the door that “Eventually, I realized it just children from Markham as the She expects to put in roughly would otherwise be closed under wasn’t possible,” says the departsecond partner family for Habitat’s 60 to 70 hours a week between traditional lending circumstances. ment head of a major retailer. “I am thrilled, overwhelmed first-ever multi-build project in now and mid-November when the But it’s not a free home, she Like many families in her cirand the kids are so happy. We have York Region. homes are completed. adds. cumstance, she found it almost been driving by the site during Ms MacPhail and her two chil“I can rest after Christmas,” she “I think that is probably one of impossible to find safe, decent the past month two to three times dren, age 14 and 10, already live says, smiling. the main misconceptions about housing that is affordable. a week in hopes that one day it in Keswick, but they are looking The smile gets even bigger and the organization. I have a mortHer new Robert Street home would be ours.” forward to a change of scenery and will be a far cry from the current brighter when she talks about the gage and have to make payments Ms MacPhail had one last an opportunity at a new life after a Habitat organization. just like everybody else,” she says. two-bedroom raised cottage in touch-stone moment with her She also had many kind words which the family is living. message Aug. 24, just before volun- tough past five years. For the past three years, Ms for all of the volunteers who are High rent and extra utility bills teers from RBC Group’s head office ‘I think that is probably MacPhail tried to retain the family helping her realize her dream, like for auxiliary heating are issues put up the siding on the exterior home after a difficult separation the 15 or so employees of RBC and on top of cramped quarters for one of the main members of its Gennext chapter the family, which requires Ms misconceptions about who were out working at the site MacPhail to sleep in the living last Friday. room. the organization. I have “It’s a fabulous way to get out in “It’s not exactly how I envithe community and get involved,” sioned living with my kids,” she a mortgage and have to says Amber Pearson, RBC cabinet says. make payments just like member, adding the group volunBut she is thrilled they will have teers at a number of community a home to call their own that they everybody else.’ events throughout the GTA as a can be proud of and that their way of giving back. own sweat and tears had a hand in A return to the Robert Street site building. She hopes to continue her assois already planned for November, That sentiment echoes the ciation with the group, assisting she says. “hand up not a hand out” phiwith any future fundraising efforts, As the group sheds their hardlosophy of Habitat for Humanity, so she can help others as she has hats and work boots after a long which has built 11 homes in York been helped. Region since 2001. 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Teacher job action won’t change deal ISSUE: Unions want teacher members to stop voluntary school activities in protest of Liberal bill


s the first day of school approached, we were inundated with messages from teachers unions criticizing the provincial government’s pledge to give itself the power to impose contracts and ban strikes for the next two years. The unions insisted the move by the government would end up negatively impacting students. It turns out it was the unions that made that prediction come true. On the day the Progressive Conservatives supported the minority Liberals’ bill, teacher unions announced extracurricular activities for students would be curbed. What happened to ensuring students wouldn’t become pawns in this fight? Actually, there really is no fight. The move has been made. The bill received support and was passed. There’s no reason to believe it will be rescinded, so what’s the point of union leaders asking public school teachers to stop giving their time outside of classroom hours? What was the point of yesterday’s expected one-day protest by high school teachers? And what’s the point of Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario president Sam Hammond announcing he’s not going to put a time limit on work action? How is this protecting students? Sadly, it’s not just students who lose out. Teachers certainly don’t have to take part in extracurricular activities, because there’s no debating they take place outside of a teacher’s

regular hours of work. But those who do put in the extra hours do so because they want to; because they love doing it. Now, as they’re being mandated by their unions to stop, they’re pawns, too. That will hurt those teachers who are there for all the right reasons.

Whether or not you agree with the bill, deemed necessary because school unions didn’t accept a deal three other teachers unions signed, there comes a time when you have to accept your fate. Whether or not you agree with the province’s bill, which was deemed necessary because the public school unions didn’t accept a deal three other teachers unions signed, there comes a time when you have to accept your fate. The province’s hardball offer was good enough for three other teachers unions, so it should be good enough for the holdouts, too. It’s hypocritical of the unions to say their moves are made to protect students when they’re willing to hold them hostage to get what they want. Chalk this one up as a loss, after several deals that can only be considered clear-cut victories, and get back to providing students with the best all-around education possible.

BOTTOM LINE: Job action will only hurt students and teachers and won’t change the deal. Canadian Circulations Audit Board Member 126 Bridge St., Box 459, Bradford, ON L3Z 2B1

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Soccer club should pay back all the money it owes families Re: Soccer club should refund all money if no team formed, letter to the editor by Carol Wright, Sept. 6. After numerous calls and e-mails to the Bradford Soccer Club with no response, I, too, am angry and upset at the lack of follow through and business ethics such as replying to the customer, addressing her concerns and allowing her to speak with the head of the organization; all of which was not done. I was both professional and kind in my initial call to the club but, upon trying to call and e-mail weeks later, time and time again, my queries were ignored. I, too, had signed up my daughter for the U-16 girls and withdrew her due to a knee injury prior to the announcement by the club there would not be “official” teams. I was told over the phone that I would receive $160 out of the $190 fee back, which I thought was reasonable, only to find out through a standard letter to all families that they were only willing to provide a $95 credit toward the next year. Really? My daughter didn’t even play. After my experience, I don’t want my daughter to play for a league that not only lacks truth to what its tells its customers, but I do not want to be affiliated with a league

that lacks a sense of customer service and ethics. I suspect there are numerous families like mine who are in a similar position as per the letter that was sent out. My eldest daughter will not return to this league. She will go elsewhere. I’d rather pay more money and drive farther to know that we will get what we pay for. The only good parts of the league are the wonderful coaches who donate their time and the children who benefit from their leadership. I think it is so disappointing to have to go to this level for our voice to be heard when there was simple solution in the first place. This $95 credit is unacceptable. I want all my money back.


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End of dome contract ‘best thing that could happen’: BSC president the club access to its fields unless the current board of directors is replaced and the new board prepares a financial plan to address the current outstanding debt owed to the municipality. It also demands that the new board put together a sound operating plan for the 2013 season and beyond and states that it is the general membership’s role to help right the ship with assistance from the town, if necessary. “The town, in a discussion with the Huronia District Soccer Association, was advised that failure to pay the player registration fees for 2012 may result in the Bradford club not being able to field competitive/travel teams for the 2013 season,” the release stated. “Town council is prepared to take the necessary steps to ensure the children in Bradford West Gwillimbury are able to participate in a full soccer program in 2013.” Dome owner Terry Redvers said he’s glad the town is taking action on the matter. The club, under its current leadership, is fraught with what he described as mismanagement and needs a clean slate not to mention an examination of its finances. “This is what we hoped would happen, because they need to remove the current board and start fresh,” he said. “They collected the money (owed), so it’s not like we’re asking for money they didn’t get. “I’m not too happy.” It’s a sad state of affairs, Mr. Redvers continued, explaining he was invited by the town

Soccer Club”. Mr. Redvers argues that the club knew what it was agreeing to when it signed the contract. “The soccer club knew how this worked from the very beginning,” he said. “They could have all of the time they wanted, but we needed a commitment of 50 hours, at minimum, to make this viable and they have tried to renege since day one. “There are bigger issues here. Enough is enough.” Another issue, according to Mr. Gibson, is the manner in which the town charges for the use of its fields. Most municipalities charge by the hour, while Bradford charges the club a per-player fee, he said. The town’s release notes that the club has been charged a fee for the use of the soccer fields on a per registrant basis since 2003. The 2003 fee was $14 per player, but has slowly risen over the past nine years to $21 per registrant. The club’s current player registration fee is $190. The current level of service provided for turf maintenance includes aeration, top dressing, fertilizing, grass cutting and other maintenance, the town said, adding it also provides parking, garbage pickup and removal, portable washrooms, irrigation and various repairs. The intent of such fees is to partially offset the cost of providing the town’s various amenities and services, the statement continues. “The remainder of the operating cost is borne by the property tax base,” the release

noted. Cost recovery for use of recreational facilities by community sports groups is common in all municipalities and the percentage of cost recovery in Bradford West Gwillimbury is comparable to other surrounding municipalities.” Not so, Mr. Gibson said, explaining that the fees charged in Richmond Hill and Aurora are about $9 per hour, while those in Newmarket are somewhat higher. This year, the Bradford Soccer Club had just more than 1,000 registrants and used about 350 hours of field time, so it’s not hard to see why an hourly fee, even at $20 per hour, would be preferable to the current $21 per player model, he said. More than anything else, Mr. Gibson said he is disappointed that the town hasn’t been more willing to work with the club toward settling the past due amounts and mediating the ongoing dispute with the soccer dome. The organization is gearing up for fall and would be able to pay the end of October, he said, adding his attempts to delegate to council have been unsuccessful. That being said, Mr. Gibson acknowledges that money is owed, although he suggests that the figure owed to the Huronia District Soccer Association may not be as high as has been presented by the town. “We are behind with all of that,” he said. “I can’t dodge the bullet there.” In any event, Mr. Gibson said he plans to step aside, for now, and allow the club’s vice president to handle the matter for the time being. He stressed that the club is working to pay off its debt and is investigating applying for a line of credit and a Trillium grant.

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to build a dome a few years ago, as he’d done successfully in other municipalities, and has gotten nothing but hassles from the local soccer club almost from the get go. The $55,000 now owed is on top of another shortfall that was “forgiven” in the first year, he said, adding he’d actually be entitled to about $100,000 if he applied the contract to the letter. As it is, he plans to launch legal action to recover the outstanding funds. Bradford Soccer Club president Leon Gibson rejects Mr. Redvers’ characterization of the situation. He blames the contract with the Bradford Sports Dome for many of the club’s current financial woes. The organization is obligated for 50 hours per week at the dome, at a cost of $145 per hour, whether it uses it or not, Mr. Gibson said, adding the sudden collapse of two programs last year was due to some personnel issues was an unforeseen hit to the club’s finances. With the club on the hook for dome time it was receiving no revenue for, the organization did its best to meet its commitments in the hopes it could offset the losses with revenues from the season just past, Mr. Gibson said. The recovery is just taking longer than anticipated, he said. “This club is too small to shoulder the burden,” he said. “In two years, we’ve paid the dome about $410,000.” Mr. Gibson also alleged that the sports dome has not lived up to all of its contractual obligations and suggested that the contract being rendered null and void would be “the best thing to ever happen to the Bradford

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GOVERNMENT: The 5th Sideroad bridge is next up for replacement

Councillors, staff, board members mark official re-opening of 5th Line bridge BY SEAN PEARCE

Better late than never. Bradford West Gwillimbury Councillors, town staff and members of the Holland Marsh Drainage System Joint Municipal Services Board gathered on the 5th Line/Doane Bridge Tuesday afternoon to toast the official re-opening of the structure, which was completed back in the spring. Ward 3 Councillor Gary Lamb joked that the delay in holding the ceremony was to determine whether or not the bridge was necessary. “We had a soft opening to see if it was

worth keeping,” he quipped. HMDSJMSB chairperson Daniel Sopuch pointed out that the new bridge is part of the $26.4-million canal reconstruction project and is one of five bridges - two in Bradford and three in King - slated for replacement. The bridge at 5th Sideroad and Canal Road is next up for re-construction, at an estimated cost of $1.3 million, and will close this fall and re-open by the spring of 2013 if all goes to plan. “(The canal) will be wider and higher when the work is finished,” Mr. Sopuch said. “It will be well-suited to handle a 50-year storm event.”

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Last week marked the start of another school year and, with it, came a reminder from South Simcoe Police to drive safely especially near schools. It seems not everyone got the message. To coincide with the resumption of classes, South Simcoe Police launched Operation School Smart and increased their presence in school zones throughout Bradford and Innisfil to promote traffic and pedestrian safety. As part of the campaign, officers enforced school zone speed limits, as well as the laws requiring drivers to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks and school crossing guards. Beyond that, officers kept an eye out for distracted drivers and those motorists whose poor driving habits put pedestrians at risk. Police also worked with local bylaw enforcement officers to help alleviate traffic congestion caused by illegally parked vehicles. As of Friday, officers have laid a total of 144 charges including one that resulted in a roadside vehicle seizure. Some of the more serious infractions were: -Driving while prohibited under the Criminal Code of Canada. -Driving while suspended and with no insurance. -A dump truck running through a red light at a school crosswalk with children waiting to cross the road on the first day of school. -A collision where a vehicle hit a school bus with children on board during a foggy

morning. • A vehicle traveling 48 km/h over the posted speed limit in a school zone. The 76-year-old driver now faces a $684 fine and four demerit points. In response, police are again issuing the following reminders to motorists: • Slow down and be patient in school zones. Most school zones in Bradford and Innisfil are designated as Community Safety Zones meaning fines are doubled. • Obey all parking and traffic regulations. Parking vehicles in a no parking zone or near corners and crosswalks obstructs visibility. • Parents and caregivers must follow school rules when it comes to dropping off and picking up students. • Do not obstruct school bus loading zones. • Cross the street at a crosswalk of traffic lights; never cross mid-block. • Know the laws in regards to passenger safety, i.e., one seatbelt per person. • Red overhead lights accompanied by a stop arm on school buses means the bus is stopped to load or unload students. Drivers are required to stop in both directions until these lights turn off. • If your child rides a school bus, have them learn and practice the safety rules for waiting at the bus stop, getting on and off the bus and riding the bus. Police say they are determined to continue with the safety initiative and plan to have an increased presence in the school areas over the course of the school year.

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PUBLIC SAFETY: Man flown to hospital following accident

Ministry of Labour investigating latest workplace accident BY SEAN PEARCE

The Ontario Ministry of Labour has been called in to investigate an industrial accident that occurred in Bradford Wednesday. Just after 11 a.m., emergency personnel rushed to an address on Holland Street West in

response to a call that a man, believed to be in his 40s, had fallen off a roof while working at a private residence. The injured man was airlifted by an ORNGE helicopter to hospital. Police are also investigating the incident. Wednesday’s accident comes just days after a fatal incident at a private work yard in Schomberg

claimed the life of a 78-year-old man. According to police, the accident occurred at approximately 5:15 p.m. Monday when the worker, 78, got off of the bulldozer he was operating to help a dump truck back up. It appears the dump truck driver lost sight of the worker and accidentally backed into him. The man was rushed to hospital where he

was pronounced dead. His name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin who reside outside of the province, police said. South Simcoe Police, the coroner and the Ministry of Labour are currently investigating. A team of collision reconstructionists, a forensic identification officer and a commercial motor vehicle inspector were on scene to conduct a technical investigation to determine precisely what happened. The Ministry of Labour is conducting a parallel investigation into the workplace accident. A post-mortem was scheduled to take place this week. Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Carl Jarvis from the traffic & marine unit at 905-7753311.

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Firefighters from Bradford West Gwillimbury and Schomberg battled a truck fire on Keele Street in the Holland Marsh early Tuesday morning.


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A Tuesday morning fire that destroyed a truck next to a home on Keele Street in the Holland Marsh is being treated as suspicious by authorities. The blaze broke out at approximately 1 a.m. and brought out fire crews from both Bradford West Gwillimbury and King Township. “It came into us as a structural fire,” Bradford West Gwillimbury Fire Chief Kevin Gallant said. “Prior to us getting the call, King

Fire was also notified and were already on scene when we arrived.” In addition to the truck, some overhead wiring was also damaged due to the fire, Chief Gallant said. The home, however, was not harmed. At this point in time, the cause of the fire is under investigation and it is being treated as suspicious by authorities. York Regional Police maintained a presence on the property for much of Tuesday in order to keep the scene secured. There were no further details available yesterday on the matter.


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EDUCATION: “McGuinty Mondays” to start next week

Union urging elementary teachers to ‘press the pause button’ on activities From page 1.

commencing Sept. 12. “We’ve also asked our members to wear black clothing or wear black armbands in response to the passing of Bill 115 on Tuesday,” Mr. Tudor said. Elementary teachers are being urged by their leadership to “press the pause button” when it comes to participating in before or after school activities.

‘We will attempt to go through the Ontario Labour Relations Act (to challenge the government’s legislation). This has changed the landscape of collective bargaining.’ -Ian Tudor

president, District 17, OSSTF

Sam Hammond, president of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (EFTO) said his 76,000 members are being asked, “to take a pause in any volunteer activities they are now doing and focus on students in the classroom”. Premier Dalton McGuinty initiated Bill 115 to battle Ontario’s $15 billion deficit, gaining the support of the Conservatives in the process.

EFTO members will begin “McGuinty Mondays” next week, refraining from attending any meetings within the school system. “I’m not setting a time limit on it,” Mr. Hammond said. The elementary teachers are also being encouraged to show up for work no earlier than 30 minutes before the start of the school day or leave more than 30 minutes after the end of the day. “We will attempt to go through the Ontario Labour Relations Act (to challenge the government’s legislation),” Mr. Tudor said. “This has changed the landscape of collective bargaining.” Karen Littlewood, first vice president of District 17, said, “I’m very disappointed the Liberal government has taken this path to remove collective bargaining and strip our collective agreement. “We want to be able to negotiate locally with our school boards. It’s an issue between us and our employer, the Simcoe County District School Board.” Teacher unions are expected to protest outside MPP offices across the county on Friday, Sept. 14. They are reaching out to other unions to have them demonstrate their support on STAFF PHOTO/BRUCE HAIN Friday as well. Ms Littlewood said she will be part of Karen Littlewood, Larry Lemay and Ian Tudor of the Ontario Secondary Schools Teachers’ a large contingent demonstrating outside Education Minister Laurel Broten’s office on Federation are encouraging their members to wear black Wednesdays as a symbol of their displeasure over the passage of Bill 115, which freezes wages and curtails bargaining rights. Friday. -with files from Torstar news service

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Quilt, rug & craft fair The Simcoe County Museum is hosting the Simcoe County Quilt, Rug and Craft Fair Sept. 14-16, 2012. The fair will run from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $6 per person, per day. There will be quilting, embroidery, spinning, and hand-weaving presented by the members of the Simcoe County Craft Guilds for display and sale, while the Simcoe County Arts and Crafts Association will be displaying and selling various crafts, such as painting, knitting, and beadwork. The crafters will also be performing demonstrations. A concession stand will be open during the event, offering lunch and many varieties of delicious pies and squares. Visitors are welcome to explore the Simcoe County Museum’s indoor permanent displays, as well as its outdoor heritage buildings, as both will be open to visitors during the event. For more information, visit www. or call 705728-3721.

the sales going to local children’s charity Coats for Kids. The tour begins Sept. 14 and continues until Sept. 16 at various venues in the community. It runs from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday and then 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For a complete list of artists and sites visit

place from Friday, Sept. 14 to Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012 at the Beeton Fairgrounds behind. There will be a Wild West Show, parade, homecraft exhibits, livestock competitions, baby show, dog show, movie night at the park, midway and a miniature horse show. On Sunday, don’t miss the demolition derby and the classic, truck, antique tractor and motorcycle show and much more. Visit, e-mail or call 905-7292225 for more information.

Church dinner You and your family are invited to a steak and burger barbecue this month. Hosted by the Zephyr United Church, the upcoming barbecue will be held at the Zephyr Community Hall between 5 and 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14. Come on out and enjoy some steak or a burger along with potatoes, corn and plenty of dessert. The cost is $18 for a steak dinner, $12 for a burger dinner, while children aged six to 12 are $6. Those younger than five eat for free. Tickets are available at the door or call 905-473-3627 to get yours in advance.


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First Aid/CPR First Aid and CPR save lives. Come out on Sept. 15 and 16 and learn how to administer first aid and CPR properly. A basic one-day session is offered as is a comprehensive two-day course for those who need training for work or want more information on how to respond to emergencies at home. To find out more, contact Anita Horlings at 905-775-8024.

Fresh fish fry St. John’s Presbyterian Church will play host to a fresh fish fry dinner this Saturday. You and your family are invited to come out and enjoy some fresh fish, a baked potato, corn, coleslaw and a slice of delicious pie. Dinner will be served from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the church located at the 8th Line and 10th Sideroad. The cost is $15 for adults and $7 for children under 12. Tickets are available at the door or by calling 905-775-7274.


Terry Fox Run The Bradford Terry Fox Run is coming up fast. This year, the event will be held on Sunday, Sept. 16 and will depart from Bradford District High School. Run, walk, bike, rollerblade or use a wheelchair along the 2.5 km, 5 km or 10 km route and raise money for cancer research in memory of Terry Fox. Registration begins at 9 a.m. followed by speeches and the run at 10. To learn more, visit or visit Terry Fox Run - Bradford on Facebook.


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for Lean Initiatives, Energy Management and Carbon Footprint on Sept. 18th from 8 a.m. to noon at the library in Bradford. Chad Metcalf, president of Value Streams Solutions, will present Applying Green Principles to Your Company’s Lean initiatives. Scott McNeilSmith of EMC will focus on the current state of Ontario’s energy market, an outlook on what manufacturers can expect in the next six to 18 months. To reserve a spot at this workshop, contact EMC’s Bren de Leeuw, senior community development manager by e-mail at or at 519-372-6009.

Writers’ Circle The BWG Writers’ Circle is now meeting socially every Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Coffee Culture in downtown Bradford except for the third Tuesday of the month when they meet at the Bradford Public Library. A space is reserved by the fireplace. Come out whenever you can. To learn more about the group, contact Patricia Miller at


ford United Church will be presenting its second murder mystery dinner, entitled “Forever Friends” by the Pentalpha Game Corporation. Tickets are $30 per person, and can be obtained by contacting the church at 905-775-7268. The final day for purchasing tickets is Friday, Sept. 14. A gourmet chicken dinner with dessert will be served. Wine or beer may also be purchased. The Church is located at 66 Barrie St. in Bradford. Doors open at 5:15 p.m. on Sept. 22, and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m.

Golf tournament St. John’s Presbyterian Church will hold a golf tournament on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012. The event will take place at Bradford Highlands Golf Course, located on Brownlee Drive in Bradford, with registration at 7:30 a.m., followed by an 8:30 a.m. start and lunch at 1:30 p.m. The cost is $120 for golf and lunch and $40 for lunch only. Any proceeds will be donated to the local food bank. To learn more, call 905775-7274.


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Baptism info All of those interested in baptism, whether for themselves or their children, are invited to attend an information evening at Trinity Anglican Church, 62 Church St. in Bradford on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m. To find out more, contact Father Daniel Graves by telephone at 905-775-2200 or via e-mail at


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Fall Sessions start Sept. 18 Business Development, Personal & Career Workshops 1-855-898-5345

** Get a career in tax preparation ** Enrol in our Tax Training School, the most comprehensive tax training program in Canada, and start a career that lets you live life your way. As one of our tax professionals you could enjoy the beneďŹ ts of seasonal full or part-time work and ďŹ&#x201A;exible hours. Classes start mid-September. Register online at or call 1-877-32BLOCK (322-5625) Alliston, Bradford, Newmarket, Aurora and Barrie classes available as well as job opportunities. Careers


INDUSTRIAL SPRAY PAINTER Must have experience with electrostatic paint systems in an equipment manufacturing/ fabrication setting. Please apply to:



Cleaning Service based in Newmarket, servicing GTA is looking for hardworking, conscientious, mature individuals with reliable vehicle (a must) F/T, P/T. Hourly rate + driving compensation. Call 905-895-0804 (leave message)



SCHOOL BUS CHARTER DRIVERS Class B license required. Flexible part-time. 905-727-2621 Aurora/Newmarket

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Office/ Administration

Office/ Administration

Sales Opportunities

Sales Opportunities

ATTN: Inside Sales Professionals! Machine Maintenance â&#x20AC;˘ Must have mechanical background â&#x20AC;˘ Own tools â&#x20AC;˘ Millwright exp. an asset $18-$20/hour depending on exp. Day Shift Email: Fax: 905-898-1672 *Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview




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JOIN THE McALPINE TEAM!!! EXPERIENCED AUTOMOTIVE SALES PROFESSIONALS required immediately. We offer: â&#x20AC;˘ One of the best pay plans in York Region â&#x20AC;˘ Demo or car allowance â&#x20AC;˘ Full benefit package â&#x20AC;˘ Salary We are currently experiencing large volumes of traffic.

We Need You!!!

Now Hiring 5th year Apprentice & Journeyman Electricians Ability to work independantly & do service calls.


Only experienced automotive sales professionals need apply to: Randy Winstone@ fax: (905)841-7217


15815 Yonge Street, Aurora Drivers



Technical/ Skilled Trades

Classified Hotline: (905) 853-2527 Technical/ Skilled Trades

Is seeking Automation Technicians, Electronic Technicians, Millwrights and Production Technicians for its Bradford facility (400 & 88) Electronic & Automation Techs Must have: * Electrical Licence (309 or 442) * PLC Experience (Allen-Bradley/Siemens) * Robotic Programming (Faunuc/Motoman) * Automotive Experience (an asset) Shifts: Rotation Pay: $27.53 & $28.44 start

OFFICE CLERK Machine Operators/Packers â&#x20AC;˘ Shifts are 4 days on 4 days off - 12hrs/shift â&#x20AC;˘ Manufacturing exp. an asset $12-$15/hour depending on exp. Day/night Shift Fax:905-898-1672 *Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview

CANADIAN TIRE NEWMARKET Now hiring INSTALLERS Experienced in tire installation and oil changes, Must be Drive clean certified or willing to certify. Fax resume to Al Pressman: 905-895-3000 or email: Only those applicants considered will be contacted.


& 5th Year APPRENTICE Min. 3 yrs. industrial, commercial and residential exp. required.

Dan Trautman Electric Please fax resume to 905-895-6593 or email:

Millwrights Must have: * Millwright certication * 3+ years automotive experience Shifts: Rotation Pay: $24.36 start

Only those candidates being considered will be contacted.

Production Technicians Must have: * mechanical background/training * 2+ years mechanical â&#x20AC;&#x153;hands-onâ&#x20AC;? experience Shifts: Rotation Pay: $19.92 start


All positions have excellent benets Send Resume to: Fax: (905) 778-0235

Growth, Opportunity and Success at Buckley! Buckley Insurance offers employment opportunities for career focused individuals. Join our team of professionals and receive competitive salaries with a complete range of benefits. As we continue to grow in our Newmarket office, we are seeking personnel in the following areas: PERSONAL LINES SERVICE ADVISOR & PERSONAL LINES SALES ADVISOR Qualifications: - Valid RIBO license or OTL License - Team player - Minimum 1 year experience with home & auto insurance - Excellent communication and computer skills - Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment These opportunities should be particularly interesting to candidates looking for a results-driven, high-tech organization with an informal business environment. Please note, only those candidates who qualify for an interview will be contacted. Contact email:

LICENSED Needed for busy shop, experience an asset. Willing to work 45-49 hrs. per week. Call 905-476-4611 or email:

Busy office in Vaughan is seeking someone with property management experience to assist in general office duties including reception. Must be proficient in Word and Excel. Email resume:

LEGAL SECRETARY 2-5 years experience secretarial in personal injury practice. Hwy 7 & Leslie. Malach & Fidler Forward resume to Sales Opportunities

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Top Closers Wanted! â&#x20AC;˘All leads provided â&#x20AC;˘Uncapped income $85K avg/. amongst 48 reps. E-mail resumes to: Dental

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DENTAL HYGIENIST Part time In Sutton. Fax resume 905-722-8271 or email drrbross@

PHARMACY ASSISTANT Needed for busy Newmarket pharmacy. Some experience preferred, but willing to train. Please call Hema @905-853-5111 for details. Email resume to methanmkt@

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A Compounding Pharmacy in Aurora is looking for a Full Time Permanent Bilingual (French/English) Registered Pharmacy Technician. Competitive pay, benefits and no weekends! Candidates must be bilingual and registered or pursuing registration as a Pharmacy Technician with the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP). All interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to no later than October 1st, 2012. Mature couple wanted full-time also mature people needed part-time for group home in Newmarket. Cooking, cleaning, supervision and medication management. 905-731-4116, 416-434-8082 Sales Opportunities

OUTSIDE SALES REPRESENTATIVES Highly successful authorized TELUS Dealer has openings for focused and energetic professionals in our B2B Sales Division. We are looking for individuals with strong customer service and communications skills, a passion for the communications industry, plus the drive and ambition to succeed. Experience with contract negotiations and closing capabilities are definite assets. We provide extensive ongoing training, a competitive salary, benefits and bonus structure. Apply by e-mail to: Dental


Barrie/ Newmarket/ Bradford dental office seeking full time

Full time certified Level 2 Dental Assistant required immediately in Beeton office. Please fax resume to myspace99

â&#x20AC;˘RECEPTIONIST â&#x20AC;˘LEVEL II ASSISTANT Dental exp. a must. Fax/email resume 905-898-2944 or

Restaurants/ Hospitality

KITCHEN HELP req'd immediately Exp. with Asian cooking. Golden Bell Thai Restaurant 16925 Yonge St. Newmarket

Call 416-720-6316 905-954-0377

Restaurants/ Hospitality

Restaurants/ Hospitality

Requires experienced Bartender/ Server at growing restaurant. Contact 905-859-4445 info@arbour

PART-TIME BARTENDER for private club in Newmarket. Fax resumes to: 905-898-7282

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Teaching Opportunities

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Houses for Sale

Houses for Sale

Apartments for Rent

Apartments for Rent

KESWICK- SMALL 2 bdrm. 2 appliances, large lot. 1st/ last. No pets. $900.+ Ocotober 1st. (905)853-1383


Competitive, Regular Pay •Free First Aid & CPR Liability Insurance and Free Workshops Large Equipment & Toy Lending Payment for Sick/Statutory Holidays Call Shima (905)841-1314 ext.22

KESWICKWATERFRONT, cozy 2 bedroom, fireplace, boathouse, parking, first/ last, References/ background check. Suits working single/ couple, $1,250+, 905-476-8325, 905-868-0116

Join us for an Informative Coffee Hour, Thurs., Sept. 20th @10am

Holy Spirit Child Care Centre (located in Holy Spirit C.E.S.) requires a R.E.C.E. Part time split shift, Monday to Friday. Please email resume to: amongfriendsdaycarecentres

needed in Newmarket Please email resume info@lesliestreet

Montessori school in Aurora looking for a Bilingual TEACHING ASSISTANT Call 905-726-2110 or email:

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F/T R. E.C.E.

NEED EXTRA MONEY WITH FLEXIBLE HOURS ADULT CARRIERS WANTED NEWMARKET/ AURORA 2 Delivery days a week (Thursday & Saturday) Deliver door to door Must have reliable vehicle Majority of flyers pre-packaged on Thursday Call 905-853-5613 ext 515 for more information - The Era - The Banner HELP WANTED General labour for sawmill 23765 Warden Ave., Keswick, ON, L4P 3E9 905-476-3422

HONDA AUTO PARTS ASSEMBLERS NEEDED Start from $11.25/hour Day & Aft rotation biweekly Tel: 416-840-8940, 416-840-9558 Fax: 416-490-0078 Email:

BILL'S TURKEY FARM is now hiring for the Thanksgiving process. Starting Sept. 17th to Oct. 2nd. $13/hour. Must have own transportation. Call days 905-478-4677 or 905-806-8353

Experienced LAWN MAINTENANCE WORKER Winter work also available. Must have own transportation to/from yard daily (Hwy 404/ Stouffville Rd.) Starting $12/hr. based on exp. Call Bill: 416-896-0326 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Maintenance Crew Member At least 1-2yrs. exp. Punctual / Hard working. Own transportation. Garden knowledge an asset.

$100-$400 CASH Daily For Landscaping work! Competive, Energetic, Honesty a MUST!

F/T LAWN MAINTENANCE LABOURER for grass cutting, to start immediately. Own transportation to shop required. Aurora/ King City Exp. is an asset. Call Tom

GENERAL LABOURER including pick-up and deliveries Please email dbleaney@ or call Deanna 905-895-4790


F/T, P/T. Mon.Fri. Experience preferred. Reliable, mature. Own car an asset for work in York Region.

Call 289-221-8242 Technical/ Skilled Trades INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN Looking for experience in industrial trade and will also train. Physical work, computer knowledge helpful. Must have driver licence, DZ an asset. Send resume to: Fax: 905-940-1711


GENERAL LABOURER Welding and working with hand tools an asset. $14./ hr. Start immediately Call 905-473-9400

LICENSED AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS Now hiring for busy shop. Please call 905-251-3846

LAKE SIMCOE 4+1 bedrooms w/clean sandy beach & it's own private dock. Multiple walk outs 2 hot tub+deck. Large finished basement with double garage with side & back views of a well matured forest. Priced to sell fast at $989,000. Ask 4 Dave Taylor Coldwell Banker - The Real Estate Centre @ 905 737 5700 re: appointment.

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Apartments for Rent

BRADFORD- ZIMA Cres. 3 bedroom, garage. LaunOPEN HOUSE: Sept 16, dry hook-up. Parking. No 1-3pm. 34 Collis Dr. Auro- pets/ smoking. $900+ 60% ra Absolute beautiful end Nov. 1st. . 905-775-5788 unit town home for sale. LANDINGUpgraded throughout with HOLLAND an executive appeal. Don't beautiful 2 bedroom upper, 5-plex with laundry, parkmiss out! Go to: for ing. Non-smoking/ pets. more details. or call $900+. Immediate. Excellent references only. 416-319-1752 (416)287-1093 HOLLAND LANDING- 1 bedroom basement, separate entrance, a/c/ laundry/ LARGE HOME in Sum- parking. Non-smoking/ merhill situated on a quiet pets. $1000 inclusive. court, backing onto forest. First/ last. References. $789,900. 905-898-2578 #356049 HOLLAND LANDING905-717-6543 Open House- Sept. 15/ Spacious 1 bedroom. Private entrance, appliances, 16th 1-4pm. 461 Donald cable, fireplace, parking Crt. and laundry. Non-smoking/ pets. $900. inclusive. Oct. Apartments for Rent 1st. 905-716-1091

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Position available for part time


DIRECTOR OF Care of Lady Isabelle Nursing Home in Trout Creek. Manage registered staff & PSWs. Ensure resident care is maintained according to MOHLTC regulations. RN w/DOC course or willing to enroll. David Trudel:, fax: 705-723-5794 or call 705-723-5794 x225 $650+ BACHELOR. $850 2 bedroom. Keswick lakefront. 1st/ security. No pets. Immediately 416-497-9246 General Help SANTA NEEDED for local mall in Markham. Naturally bearded (own growth-may be bleached) 6-7 week promotion during Christmas season. Will train. Must love children! Excellent pay. Call 1-800-969-2440 ext.#132 and mention #914 or email santahelper@

Houses for Rent

HOSPITAL/ LESLIELarge, lower 2 bedroom, office, renovated, no pets, ceramic flooring, one year lease. Immediate. 975+. 752 Greenfield Cres., N e w m a r k e t . AURORA- SPACIOUS, 1+ 1-403-282-8800 bedroom basement, separate entrance, new carpet. JACKSON'S POINT, spaSuit professional. Non- cious 2 bdrm bsmt apartsmoking/ pets. $925. ment. $850 inclusive. 289-221-6910 First/last. No pets/ nonsmoking inside. Call/ text, AURORA'S BEST kept se- 905-836-4547. Avail. Oct. cret- Parkview Apartments. 1. Clean, quiet building, balcony overlooking park, KESWICK- 3 bedroom mostly seniors, elevator. upper level lakefront. Renovated 1 bedroom, Laundry facilities, applianc$1185. inclusive. es, no pets. $1550 inclu(416)876-3620 sive. (905)955-3265 BRADFORD- 2 bedroom ground floor with parking, laundry, a/c, fenced yard, no smoking pets. first/ last, references required. Available Oct. 1st. $865+ 40%. 905-960-4959

KESWICK- BRIGHT 1 bedroom, 1 bath walk-out lower apartment, fireplace. 4 appliances, ensuite laundry. $1000/mo. inclusive. Immediate. Gord 416-419-4607

BRADFORD- 1300SQ.FT. 3 bedroom, appliances, parking for 2, garage. $1500 all inclusive, no pets, no smoking, Immediate. 416-419-2469

KESWICK- CLEAN room, suits professional. Share facilities, laundry parking. No smoking. First and last. $425 inclusive. 905-476-1939

BRADFORD- 2 bedroom, 800sq.ft., appliances, parking for 2. $1000. all inclusive. No smoking, no pets. Immediate. 416-419-2469

KESWICK- LARGE 3 bedroom basement, laundry, fireplace. No smoking/ pets. Near amenities. $1250 inclusive. 905-476-1483

BRADFORD- 2 bedroom basement, laundry area, parking. Close to schools. Nov. 1st. $850 inclusive. Non-smoking/ pets. 905-952-9545

KESWICK- UPPER level duplex, 2 bedroom+ sunroom, 4 appliances, 2 walkout decks, 2 parking spaces, $1000+ utilities. Available now. BRADFORDBRIGHT 905-898-4860 ,clean 1 bedroom basement walkout, suits single, KING CITY- Jane/ 16th, non-smoking/ pets. $750 Bloomington North. 2 bedroom apts. Completely inclusive. (905)775-3112 new. $1,000. and 4 bedBRADFORD- HUGE 1 room executive estate bedroom, main floor. Near home. Call for details. shopping. Appliances/ (416)856-4371 utilities included. $850. KING CITY- 1 bedroom Oct. 1st. 905-775-7179 walkout basement, separBRADFORD- QUIET 1 ate entrance, all inclusive. bedroom, ground floor, 2 Laundry. Parking. No pets. car parking. No pets/ Available immediately. smoking. First/ last. $950 $925. 905-833-3646 or inclusive. 905-775-2206 647-400-7304

NEWMARKETQuiet, spacious building, newly Condos for Rent renovated, new kitchen, 1 bedroom, near hospital. Parking, laundry facilities. AURORA- YONGE/ WellNo dogs. $975. inclusive. ington, 1 bedroom condo, en-suite laundry, under905-953-9683. ground parking, locker. No pets/ smoking. Available NEWMARKET- 1 bedroom Nov. 1st. $1050+ utilities. basement, new applianc- 416-478-6736 es, 1 parking, spot, near hospital, non-smoking/ pets. First/ last.Available immediately. $875 inclu- Townhouses for Rent sive. 905-898-2675. AURORA GROVE- 3 bedNEWMARKET- 11/2 bed- room, 2 bath townhome, room newly renovated, walkout bsmt, overlooking basement apartment just conservation. 5 appliancoff Davis Drive. $850+ es, yard. $1895/mo. incluutilities. Available immedi- sive. Immediate. Lori ately. Call Bob 416-433-7424. 905-716-3973 BRADFORD- 3 bedroom NEWMARKET- 2 bed- townhouse, min. to Go. room, 2 bath apartment. 11/2 bath, 4 appliances, Excellent location. $1450+ parking, walkout to fenced hydro. Available immedi- yard from finished baseately. 416-986-1644, ment. Backs onto school. No smoking/ dogs. $1200+ 416-948-4670 utilities. First/ last, referOct. 1st. NEWMARKET- BRIGHT, ences. 1 bedroom basement, fur- 905-775-8328 nished, separate entrance, parking, deck. Non-smok- NEWMARKET- YONGE/ ing/ pets. $900+. Suits ma- Eagle. Brand new 3 bedture single. Short/ long room, 3 bathrooms, a/c, appliances, walkout baseterm. (416)540-5137 ment. References/ creditNEWMARKET/ East Gwil- check. Non-smoking/ pets. $1750+ limbury- luxury newly reno- October vated 1 bedroom, 1000+ 905-884-0024 sq.ft. main level. 5 min. to Costco/ 404. $1150. Houses for Rent 416-731-2879 AURORA- BAYVIEW/ St. NEWMARKET- large 2 John's. Detached 3 bedbedroom high rise condo room, 2.5 bathrooms, douwith appliances on Davis ble garage, near 404/ GO, Dr. $1395+. Tony Mendes backs to green space 905-715-4951 $1850+. QUEEN/ MAIN St., Newmarket. Newly decorated. AURORA (YONGE/ MurExtra large 2 bedroom, ray)- Main floor 3 bedroom, must see! Near all 1 1/2 bath laundry, parkamenities. No pets/ smok- ing, a/c. Renovated bathing. $1150. Available now. room. $1450. Available 905-715-5106 i m m e d i a t e l y . 416-526-6865, SHARON- SPACIOUS, 2 416-919-6865 bedroom walkout, executive area. October. Non- BRADFORD- 3 bedroom smoking/ pets, a/c, 5 appli- upper, 2 parking, appliances, wifi, separate en- ances, garage, no pets, trance, indoor parking. laundry. Near schools/ $1200. inclusive. shopping. Nov. 1st. 905-473-9125 $1150+ 60%. 905-775-3213, Unregistered apartments 905-252-3714. could be unsafe. Ask to see your landlord’s BRADFORD- 3 bedroom upper, eat-in kitchen, huge registration certificate. Town of East Gwillimbury. backyard, shared laundry, parking. October 1. Near WILLOW BEACH- 1 bed- all amenities. $1250 incluroom basement, private sive. Ryis Properties entrance, $795. First/ last. 905-727-1102. Non-smoking/ pets. BRADFORD- Under new 905-722-7677 management! Beautiful newly renovated Large 1 & 2 bedroom suites. $895+ Condos for Rent hydro & $995+ hydro. No pets. Laundry onsite. AURORA- 2 bedroom con- Close to all amenities. Ryis do, quiet adult building, en- Properties 905-727-1102. suite laundry, balcony, storage, parking, non- BRADFORD- 3 bedroom smoking/ pets. Near bungalow, immediate posamenities. $1250+. Oct. session. $1550+ utilities. 1st. 416-230-7876 Call Irene, Remax Premiere. 416-587-6598 AURORAHIGHLAND condo, 1 bedroom, under- BRADFORD large 3 bedground parking, ensuite room nearly new semi, 2 laundry, Spa facilities. full baths, appliances, c/air, Lease only. Excellent for 2-parking, non-smoking/ seniors. $1350. inclusive. pets. $1495+. Linde Black, Nov. (905)584-4494 ReMax 905-898-1211 AURORA- RENOVATED 1 bedroom+ den condo, quiet adult building, ensuite laundry, storage, underground parking, nonsmoking/ pets. $1450+. Oct. 1st. 416-230-7876

KING CITY (Bathurst/ King), 3 bedroom house, livingroom/ den. 3-pc washroom. New fridge/ stove. Newly renovated. Gerry (416)789-2163, 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri. NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom bungalow, main floor, bright kitchen, renovated bathroom, near hospital. Shared laundry. Nonsmoking. $1400+ utilities. First/ last. 905-836-1434 NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom house. Beautiful backyard. Fridge, stove, laundry. Parking. $1400.+ utilities. Oct. 1st. No smoking. Call for info 905-954-0593 NEWMARKET- LARGE 4 bedroom home- move-in conditionappliancesgleaming hardwood floorsfenced yard. $1950+ Tony Mendes 905-715-4951 Century 21 NEWMARKET- YONGE/ Near Walmart. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, 2-story hardwood semi. Parking, garage, laundry, nonsmoker/ pets. Reference. $1680.+. 416-835-8523, 647-216-6868 PORT BOLSTER areaRenovated 3 bedroom, 2 story, propane heat, nonsmoking/ pets. First/ last. $1,000. Oct. 1st./ sooner. 416-417-0921

Rooms for Rent and Wanted KESWICKSIMCOE Landing/ Woodbine/ Arlington. New house, furnished rooms w/tv. Walk- bus. $450 inclusive. Male preferred. 1st/ last. Immediately (905)898-7680 NEWMARKET- ROOM for rent. Female only. $500. per month. No smoking, no pets. 905-392-6444 SUTTON- ROOM for rent in shared, spacious townhouse, parking, wireless internet. Near YRT route/ Hwy#48. $500. References required. Immediate. 905-722-7642

Shared Accommodations AURORA- HENDERSON/ Yonge. Bedroom furnished, townhouse near amenities. Shared kitchen/ bathroom. Clean. Cable TV/ internet. First/ last. $530. Call 416-301-6938 KESWICK- ROOM for rent. Shared kitchen. Professional preferred. $600. inclusive. Wireless, cable, parking, a/c, laundry. Available immediately. 905-955-3722 MT. ALBERT- 3600sq.ft. executive house, laundry, A/C, internet, cable, nonsmoking/ pets; 2 bedrooms, private bathroom, garage parking, $950. Immediately. 416-707-4038

NEWMARKETDAVIS/ Patterson. Bright, newly painted, unfurnished room. Shared kitchen, dining & bathroom. No smoking, no pets. $450 CLOSE TO lake. 3 bed- inclusive. 289-221-5686 rooms, 1.5 baths bungalow, private w/beach NEWMARKET- ROOM for access, marina. Applianc- rent- Bayview/ Mulock. es, a/c. $1200.+ hydro/ $600+ 1/4 gas/ hydro. gas. Rocky Madsen Available immediately. 905-722-5425 416-822-6615

Auctions & Sales

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES AUCTION SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2012 Pottageville Hall – Kettleby/Pottageville Auction Start: 10:00am Preview: 9:00am Featuring an excellent selection of antique & fine furniture, sterling, glass, china, crystal, collectibles, jewellery, Oriental items, stamps/coins & more. Visit our website for full listing, photos and directions.

Barb & Krista Richards A TOUCH OF CLASS AUCTIONS 705-726-2120

Shared Accommodations

Vehicles Wanted/Wrecking

ROOMMATE NEEDED. Share 1000sq.ft. 2 bedroom walk-out basement. Fireplace, parking, cable/ internet, deck, $550. per bedroom, Musselman's Lake area. Female preferred 416-908-8796

Metrowide Auto Parts CERTIFIED RECYCLER $100 to $1000 Cars/Trucks/Vans Fast Free towing We sell parts 905-722-3223 905-960-5546

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Domestic Help Wanted

CAREGIVER WANTEDelderly, disabled ST. PETE'S, Florida- 1 for bedroom condo, 2 baths, couple, live-in, full-time 44 hrs@ $10.56/ hr. Newmarsleeps 4, beach-front, pool, ket. 1+ yrs. experience. weekly/ monthly. High school or equivalent. Room & board $85.25/ week. Lisa 905-726-8413. 5-8pm.

Articles for Sale (Misc.)

CARPETS- I have several thousand yards of new stainmaster & 100% nylon carpet. Will do living room & hall for $389.00. Includes: carpet, pad, installation (25 yards). Steve 289-464-6049

Business Services VIRTUAL ASSISTANT Virtual Bookkeeping Executive and Administrative Services www.

Tax/Financial HOT TUB covers- All shapes/ sizes, top quality, $375. We come & measure. 905-259-4514

$$$NEED MONEY$$$ Do you have a pension plan from an ex-employer? (LIRA) or (locked in RRSP). Call NOW! 1-416-357-9585

Vehicles Wanted/Wrecking


$200 TO $1000Dead/ Alive. Cars/ trucks/ vans. Fast Free towing. We sell parts. 416-500-5050

$$MONEY$$ CONSOLIDATE Debts Mortgages to 90% No income, Bad credit OK! Better Option Mortgage #10969 1-800-282-1169

Death Notices

Death Notices

Kalyniuk, Olga (nee Specht)

Passed away peacefully in the presence of her children on September 10, 2012 at Southlake Regional Health Centre at the age of 87. She was a devoted mother to Diane Littleford (deceased), Linda (John) Brown, Judith, Jo-Anne, and Norman (Wanda). Baba will be missed by grandchildren David Littleford, Katrina and Ian Brown (and fiancee Katrina); and great-grandchildren Callum and Avery Littleford (and their mother Lynn Austin). Predeceased by her parents Adolf and Mary Specht and brother Adolf (the late Kay). She will be missed by her brother Rudolf, sisterin-law Maxine, her nephews Michael, Erich and Alan, niece Deborah and dear friends in Thunder Bay, Newmarket, Sutton and London. She was friendly, generous, devoted to her family, loved animals, and enjoyed cooking and baking (especially perogies and cinnamon buns). A special thank you to the nurses and doctors on the third and sixth floors at Southlake who took compassionate care of our mother during the last difficult days of her life. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation, or the OSPCA. Mass of Christian Burial to take place on Saturday, September 15 at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church (17955 Leslie Street, Newmarket) at 12 pm with one hour of visitation immediately prior to the service. Interment St. John's Catholic Cemetery. Online condolences may be posted at

MUNSLOW, Marilyn (nee Sherwood) Adored wife of Jim Munslow (2002). With the love of her family, on Monday, September 10, 2012 at Southlake Regional Health Centre. Beloved mom of 4 wonderful daughters: Rosemary, Bonnie, Sharon & Michelle. Adored mother-in-law to Tony Schweinberger & Earl Arnold. Will be greatly missed by her grandchildren: Krista & Eric, Sarah & Jonathan, Jaclyn & Kathryn Marilyn. Sister to Walter, Ron (Mary), Richard (Pat), Bob & Linda. Special friend to Della & Brian Emms. Missed by many nieces & nephews and dear friends too numerous to name. Mom was a long time member of Aurora United Church, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, PROBUS, Welcome Wagon, Aurora Senior's Centre, and a 25 year employee of Sterling Drug Ltd. Visitation at Aurora United Church, Saturday, September 15, 2012 at 12 noon, and Memorial Service at 1 p.m. If desired, donations in Marilyn's memory to Southlake Regional Health Centre and Aurora United Church would be appreciated. Online condolences and information at

Death Notices

Death Notices

KIRBYSON, William Arthur Passed away peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket, on Friday, September 7, 2012 at the age of 82 years. Beloved husband of Kathleen for 62 years. Cherished father of Diane Wells (Len), Bruce (Lea), and Marilyn Scott (Keith). Will be sadly missed by his grandchildren Jennifer, Julie, Amie, Cara, Ryan, Derek and his five greatgrandchildren. At Bill's request, there will be no funeral service. If desired, donations in memory of Bill can be made to Southlake Regional Health CentreStronach Regional Cancer Centre. Special thanks to the wonderful nursing staff of the Cancer Centre and Dr. Rahem. VAN LIEROP, Martin Antonius Peacefully at MacKenzie Place, Newmarket, on Saturday, September 8th, 2012, at 86 years of age. Beloved husband of the late Maria “Riet” and dear father of Henry, Corrie (Mark Earle), John (Karen) and Paul (Cathy). Loving Opa of Christopher, Lindsay (Tyler), Scott, Laura, Alanna, Michelle, Trevor, Jocelyn, Cody and the late Kevin and Great Opa of Willow, Avolon and Jayden. He will be sadly missed by his family in Holland. Friends may call at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. S., Newmarket, on Thursday, September 13, 2012 from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass to take place at St. Elizabeth Seton Church, 17955 Leslie St., Newmarket on Friday, September 14, 2012, at 11 a.m., followed by interment at St. John’s Cemetery. In memory of Martin, please consider a donation to a charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at GOSSON, Linda Diann Peacefully passed away, with family at her side at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, Barrie on Monday, September 10, 2012. Linda (nee Weir) of River Drive Park at 64 years of age. Beloved wife of the late Richard (Rick) Gosson. Loving mom of Vanessa Gosson and Tanya Renz. Proud Nana of Nathan and Matthew. Linda will be fondly remembered by her family and friends. Friends may call at SKWARCHUK FUNERAL HOME, 30 Simcoe Rd., Bradford for a memorial visitation on Sunday, September 16, 2012 from 2-4 p.m. In Linda's memory, donations may be made to the Stronach Regional Cancer Centre at Southlake Regional Health Centre or Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre.

Death Notices

Death Notices

Johanna (Ann) Penrose (nee Barselaar) Passed peacefully from this earthly realm Monday, September 10, 2012 in her 93rd year, at St Mary's Hospital in Kitchener, Ontario. Escorted by her devoted late husband, she heard a heavenly choir calling her home. Loving wife of the late Harry for 71 years, beloved mother of Lynne (Penni) Lewis (David), Sandy Penrose (Jon), Eric Penrose (Charlotte). Proud grandmother of Dee (Scott), David, Amber (Matt), James, Ruthanne, Simon, and great grandchildren DJ, Daniel, Mya, Jonah, and Audrey. Survived by her brothers and sistersin-law Clare (Carola) and Murray (Vera) and predeceased by her brother Arie (Yvonne) and in-laws Nora Huyck (Henry) and Doris Harper. Ann was born May 15, 1920 in den Hague, Holland of parents Arie and Anna Barselaar and she arrived in Canada with her family in 1929. An unsquelchable positive spirit, always quick to encourage and offer help, she loved crafts, puzzles and word games and was the undisputed Queen of Scrabble and Quiddler. A dedicated member of Christian Baptist Church in Newmarket and Knox Presbyterian Church in Port Dover, she is an outstanding witness of her faith. Visitation will be at Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. S, Newmarket on Friday, September 14th from 10:00-11:30am, with the service in the Chapel at 2 p.m. Interment at Newmarket Cemetery following the service. If desired, donations may be made to the above churches or the charity of your choice. On-line condolences may be made at



GIOVANNI IOCCO Jan.. 21, 1928 – Sept. 13, 2011 DAD As we open our eyes to greet the day, We think of you and begin to pray. A year ago today God saw you were in pain, So He wrapped his arms around you and took you away. As we remember your laughter, your smile and your face, We have comfort in knowing you are in a much better place. As we carry on and face each day, The memories of you will never fade away! Your loving family


In loving memory of Frederick Silas Sheard March 1, 1937 - September 11, 2010 We thought of you with love today But that was nothing new, We thought about you yesterday And days before that too. We think of you in silence And often speak your name, All we have are memories And your picture in a frame. Your memory is our keepsake With which we'll never part, God has you in his keeping We have you in our hearts. We can't believe it's been two years. Love always, your wife Shirley & family

DIAMOND, Harry F. In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather March, 9, 1934- September 14, 2007 Beautiful memories are wonderful things They last til the longest day They never wear out, they never get lost And can never be given away To some you may be forgotten To others a part of the past To us who loved you and lost you Your memory will always last. Sadly missed and always remembered, love your family.

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Allan ~ Sept. 30, 1915 - Oct. 18, 1993; Flossie ~ Mar. 12, 1915 - Sept. 19, 2011 In loving memory of our beloved parents, grandparents, and great grandparents Sad are the hearts that loved you both. Silent the tears that fall. Living life without you both, Is the hardest part of all. Always loved and sadly missed...Ed and Donna, Betty, Bob & Sandra, Marilyn & Wayne, Jim & Carol, and families

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MARTIN: WYSZATKO, Nadia Passed away September 8th, 2012. Nadia will always be remembered lovingly by her grandchildren David & Nicole Winter and Jonah & Austin Macpherson, her children Edmund, Irene, Richard, and Julia and her daughter-in-law Oksana and son-inlaw Michael will miss her dearly.


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BRADFORD MAJOR BANTAM A Exhibition game results September 6,7,8, and 9 Bradford Major Bantam A participated in 4 exhibition games over the weekend September 6

Bradford 1, East Gwillimbury 7

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lone goal Matthew Gardiner, Shut-out to Jacob Flanagan

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