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RESIDENT SAYS ODOUR FROM NEARBY POT GROWER HAS KEPT HIM FROM USING POOL Continued from page 1
marijuana cultivation in which case compliance becomes the issue, but when marijuana is being grown illegally it's even more problematic. "We're in this grey area" where "nobody seems to want to take control of it," said Martin. "It's very loosey-goosey." Without enforcement, "people start taking liberties." Finding the answer "has to be a legal battle," she said, "because nobody at the moment seems to know who should be enforcing what or where or when." But with council's support, she intends to find out. Waging a legal battle, however, is "not cheap to do," she said. "It can cost you $250,000 just to proceed." But "if we let this stuff go on, what is the message we're sending?" "It's a terrible thing when people feel helpless," said Martin. And "terrified," she added. Identical concerns have been raised in Brighton. Robert McIntosh and his wife live around the corner from a greenhouse on Boes Road that grows marijuana. "It became an issue for us last summer when the smell got really, really bad, especially at night," he said. "At its peak, it's so bad you don't want to breathe the air. You just have to stay indoors." "We haven't used our pool this year because of that," he said. "It's well-documented that a lot of people are having the same kind of problems throughout the country, with the smell." McIntosh said he visited the site last fall to complain about the odour. He met two men there who said they'd do "nothing" to fix it. He wrote MP Kim Rudd and was told the operation isn't licensed by Health Canada
so "there's nothing they can do," he said. He also contacted the OPP only to have an officer tell him "they're not going to do anything about it." Brighton Mayor Brian Ostrander said "there's really nothing the municipality can do" if sites growing marijuana are federally licensed. "If they're illegal, that's a matter for the police to deal with," he said. "And we would expect that enforcement would take place." Kawartha Lakes OPP Const. Carrie Lanning, filling in for Northumberland OPP's media relations officer while she's on holidays, said the provincial police force has specialized units that deal with complaints about places that grow marijuana. If police determine the operation is legal, "normally we don't act as a compliance entity" to ensure requirements set out in a licence are being met, she said. If illegal, the unit has "officers who deal directly and specifically with these types of situations," Lanning said. "It's not always a quick process," Lanning said, and the legalization of recreational marijuana has complicated matters. "It's a brand new situation that we all find ourselves in," she said. "We don't have case law to fall back on." "With new legislation comes growing pains. Everybody has to work together." Brighton's bylaw enforcement officer Allen Magee said the marijuana operation on Boes Road "is pretty smelly" but noted foul odour is not an offence under local bylaws. "If they've got garbage and stuff ... that needs to be disposed of properly, I can intervene," he said. Cramahe Township's compliance co-ordinator, Holly Grant, said she's received "lots of complaints about stench" produced by marijuana plants, but "there's nothing you can do to enforce smell, unfortunately."
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SENIOR MEN'S ACTIVITIES COLUMNIST NEIL CRONE JOKES ABOUT THE LACK OF 'MANLY' THINGS TO DO FOR MEN IN SENIOR'S RESIDENCES
While riding up in the elevator at my dad's retirement residence I usually scan the "Activities of the Week" notice posted in there. And, nine times out of 10, I end up shaking my head and thinking "Really?" Now, to be fair, the gender split at my dad's place, and, I'm told at most senior's residences is upwards of 85 per cent female. I'm very much aware of that. On my dad's first visit to the dining room, we could both feel untold pairs of bifocaled, feminine eyes sizing us up. It was a little unnerving. So, with all of those gals on the roster, I'm not surprised to see a lot of "Tatting and Tea," "Knitting for Newbies" and even "Wacky Watercolours" on offer. But I have to say, aside from his bad knee, I understand why dad doesn't leave his room that often. There's just not that much on the menu that would be appeal to a guy like him ... or guys in general, if we're being honest. I have seen "Billiards for Men" on the list now and again, and of course the odd televised hockey game, but they're still missing the mark as far as I'm concerned. And it's not rocket science. Talk with a guy like my old man for 10 minutes and you'd get a pretty good
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FLOWERS OF A DIFFERENT KIND COLUMNIST RENATE LEIS DELVES INTO THE MANY STRANGE NAMES OF ALL SORTS OF FLOWERS RENATE LEIS Column
When I saw the corpse flower on the news in September 2018, I was curious about the existence of other flowers with strange names that may be out there. Thanks to the web, I was able to find a variety of interesting species. As for the corpse flower, it grows in Sumatra and Java and grows up to six metres high, with a weight of about 110 pounds. Out of the centre grows a tall, brown, yellow spike, which is called the spadix. As for the flower part, the spathe is green on the outside and burgundy on the inside.
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50th Anniversary Thursday, July 18 FROM 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 a.m. Sobey’s Brighton - 14 Martin Rd. $5.00 donation appreciated.
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Campbellford - Local merchants will pick up the tab of people who use Trent Hills Transit to go shopping in town on July 10. Normally, it costs $5 to travel between the communities of Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth, but the Campbellford Business Improvement Area (BIA) is footing the bill for one day. Community Care Northumberland (CCN),
the agency that operates the new service as a nonon-demand option, "is very lucky to have the opportunity to join forces" with the BIA on July 10, said CCN's regional transportation co-ordinator Anne Newman in a news release. Community Care Northumberland operates several transportation programs in Northumberland County, and with the support of the Municipality of Trent Hills it recently
expanded its ridership capacity by launching Trent Hills Transit. For more information about the service or the free rides into Campbellford from Warkworth and Hastings for one day, call Community Care Northumberland's transportation office at 1-866-7687778. To see a schedule of the stops, visit https:// www.commcare.ca/transportation.html.
Today Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp Seniors
4 cups fresh rhubarb, 1-inch diced (4 to 5 stalks) 4 cups fresh strawberries, hulled and halved, if large 1 1/4 cups granulated sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons grated orange zest 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1/2 cup freshly squeezed orange juice 1 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup light brown sugar, lightly packed 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1 cup quick-cooking (not instant) oatmeal 12 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, diced Vanilla ice cream, for serving
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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
For the fruit, toss the rhubarb, strawberries, 3/4 cup of the granulated sugar and the orange zest together in a large bowl. In a measuring cup, dissolve the cornstarch in the orange juice and then mix it into the fruit. Pour the mixture into an 8-by-11-inch baking dish and place it on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper. For the topping, in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, combine the flour, the remaining 1/2 cup granulated sugar, the brown sugar, salt and oatmeal. With the mixer on low speed, add the butter and mix until the dry ingredients are moist and mixture is in crumbles. Sprinkle the topping over the fruit, covering it completely, and bake for 1 hour, until the fruit is bubbling and the topping is golden brown. Serve warm with ice cream.
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FRIDAY, JULY 12
Tuesdays with Morrie at the Capitol Theatre WHEN: 12:00 a.m WHERE: Cameco Capitol Arts Centre, 20 Queen Street, Port Hope CONTACT: Aimee Tedford, 6472395958, email@example.com, https://www.capitoltheatre.com COST: $32.50 – $43.50 3P Productions presents Tuesdays With Morrie, A dramedy about life's greatest lesson by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom based on the book by Mitch Albom. Starring Allan Price as Morrie Schwartz & Nichlas Arnold as Mitch Albom.
Trinity St. Andrew's Clothing Depot Brighton WHEN: 10:00 a.m 6:00 p.m WHERE: Trinity-St. Andrew's Clothing Depot, 58 Prince Edward Street, Brighton CONTACT: 613-4752705 COST: We welcome you and your donations. We specialize in affordable good quality family clothing and
Next, we’ll be featuring Last-minute things to do before the kids go back to school. Visit northumberlandnews.com/events and hit the POST YOUR EVENT button to submit these or any other community events! GET UP AND GO THIS SUMMER!
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THE Brighton Clothing Depot WHEN: 10:00 a.m 3:00 p.m WHERE: Brighton Clothing Depot, 5 Craig Blvd., Brighton CONTACT: 613-475-6080 COST: The Brighton Clothing Depot will be open at 5 Craig Blvd. in the Brighton Industrial Park. Accept-
ing gently used clothing, footwear, household items (no televisions) please. Trinity St. Andrew's Clothing Depot - Brighton WHEN: 10:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m WHERE: Trinity-St. Andrew's Clothing Depot, 58 Prince Edward Street, Brighton CONTACT: 613-475-2705 COST: We welcome you and your donations. We specialize in affordable good quality family clothing and accessories. Enjoy
our monthly last week Bag Sales! We offer free pickup. Wed-Thu 10-2, Fri 10-6, Sat 10-1. Movies in the Park WHEN: 8:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m WHERE: Victoria Park, 138 Division St, Cobourg CONTACT: 9053729971, www.cobourg.ca Grab a blanket and chairs and come out to Victoria Park in 2019 and enjoy a free family friendly movie presented by the Town of Cobourg.Jul 13 - ShrekAug 3 Ralph Breaks the InternetAug 24 Night at the Museum
SUNDAY, JULY 14
BIG Cruise - Motorcycle Sundays WHEN: 2:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m WHERE: 727 William St Cobourg (Comfort Zone Heating), 727 William St, Unit B, Cobourg, Ontario (parking lot of Comfort Zone Heating & Air Conditiong), Cobourg CONTACT: Sandra Clegg, 289-252-1828, firstname.lastname@example.org COST: Big boy's burgers presentsThe big cruiseMotorcycle sundaysIn Support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of North-
umberland.Funds raised support mentoring programs for children and youth in our community. Every sunday june 2, 2019 - September 29, 201 The Brighton All Star Swing Band WHEN: 2:00 p.m 4:00 p.m WHERE: Brighton Barn Theatre, 96 Young Street, Brighton CONTACT: 613475-2144 COST: Donations appreciated for Proctor House Museum Big Band, Motown and dance music from the '40s to 2000s, featuring Lynda Tonkins, Nadia Turcotte and Terry Denyes on vocals. On outdoor stage, weather permitting. Bring your lawn chair. Cobourg Kodiaks Major Series Lacrosse WHEN: 6:00 p.m WHERE: Cobourg Community Centre, 750 D'Arcy Street, Cobourg CONTACT: Cobourg Kodiaks COST: Up to $15 The Cobourg Kodiaks host Brampton in Major Series Lacrosse action at the Cobourg Community
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PROBUS Club of Presqu"ile WHEN: 9:30 a.m - 12:00 p.m WHERE: King Edward Park Community Centre, 75 Elizabeth Street, Brighton CONTACT: 613242-5387 COST: PROBUS Club of Presqu'ile welcomes all retired or semi-retired people (singles or couples) to our monthly programs. Guest speakers, presentations, refreshments. Held third Wednesday every month.
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POLICE OFFICER ASSAULTED: OPP HASTINGS - Police have charged a Trent Hills man with assaulting an officer after investigating the theft of a lawn mower from the front yard of a Victoria Street residence. Northumberland OPP said it received information shortly after 11 p.m. on June 25 that an intoxicated man had made off with the mower. Officers located a man matching the description of the suspect on a nearby street. They found he had been involved in an altercation with another individual prior to their arriving and allegedly had brandished a knife, police said. The man refused to comply with directions given by police and then became "actively resistant and aggressive toward (the) officers," which resulted in one of the officers being assaulted while trying to make an arrest, the OPP said. Christopher Morgan, 59, of Trent Hills was charged with theft under $5,000, assault with a weapon, causing a disturbance, resisting a peace officer, possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose, and assaulting a peace officer. He is scheduled to appear at the Ontario court of justice in Cobourg on July 31.
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BRIGHTON - Northumberland OPP received a report early Saturday morning, July 6, that a person was spotted carrying a flashlight and looking through vehicles parked in the Prince Edward Street area. Police responded to the complaint made around 3:20 a.m. and located two adult males on foot near Applewood Drive. The OPP said that an undisclosed amount of change, car chargers, sunglasses, iPod, gift cards and various other items were recovered. Both men remain under investigation and charges are pending, police said.
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JOB DESCRIPTION: We are looking for a full-time honest, dependable licensed mechanic or a 3rd year apprentice. Factory training provided, strong management support, along with a competitive benefit package. TECHNICIAN REQUIREMENTS: • Chrysler Training is an asset • Air Conditioning Certificate is an asset • Must have valid Drivers License • Ability to work a flexible schedule including Saturday and evenings. SERVICE TECHNICIAN RESPONSIBILITIES: • Performs work specified on the repair order with efficiency and in accordance with dealership standards • Tests components and systems using diagnostic tools and special service equipment • Diagnoses, maintains, and repairs vehicle automotive systems including engine, transmission, electrical steering, suspension, brakes, air conditioning • Communicates directly with the Service Managers so that customers can be informed if any additional service is needed. Provide an estimate of time needed for additional repairs • Executes repairs under warranty to manufacturer specifications. SERVICE TECHNICIAN BENEFITS: • Excellent Pay Plan • Healthcare Benefits • Dental/Vision Package • Paid Vacation No Phone Calls Please. Email your resume to:
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REID, Isabel McLeod (nee Rutherford) May 8, 1923 - July 2, 2019 Beloved wife of the late F. Donald Reid, mother to Richard (Lucy), Margot (Bruce) and Judy (Wally). Much loved grandmother of Jules (Elena), Geoffrey, Niall and Janna (Nathan), great-grandmother to Christian. Isabel met Don while studying for a Psychology degree at Queen’s University. Married in the chapel there in 1950, they spent almost 65 wonderful years together. Our family historian, Isabel never forgot her farm roots in Haldimand Township. Daughter of Helen and Charlie Rutherford VC, MC, MM. Sister to Andrew Rutherford (deceased), Rosemary Gormley and Dora Grant. She will be greatly missed by her many nieces and nephews across Canada. Isabel was a role model, feminist, pacifist, artist, reader, letter writer, journal keeper and supporter of Canadian public broadcasting. Isabel began her teaching career in a rural schoolhouse in Castleton, Ontario. Her lifelong dedication to education took her to various schools in Scarborough. Isabel loved the natural world, especially trees, birds and butterflies. Every summer she looked to see how many bees were in her garden. Her table always included a pot of flowers. During their retirement years, Don and Iz enjoyed many trips at home and overseas with Rosemary and Don, also with Dora and Stan. They were keen campers into their 80’s and their tent sites were the centre of many family gatherings. Isabel’s culinary skills extended from kitchen to campfire. A private family gathering to celebrate Isabel’s life will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be made by cheque to the Cramahe Township Public Library Board, and mailed to Cramahe Library, PO Box 190, 6 King Street West, Colborne, Ontario K0K 1S0.
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The family of the late Robert “Bob” Bird would first like to extend a heartfelt thank you to friends, relatives, acquaintances and community members who attended the Visitation and private Celebration of Life. We have been overwhelmed by the love, support and generosity demonstrated by so many people during these past difficult weeks. A huge thank you to those who sent flowers, cards, food and media messages, and to those who visited or called. The sharing of stories and anecdotes have brightened our days and provided us with an even greater insight into Bob’s personality and the impact he had on so many. Special thanks to Paul Chatson, director of the Rushnell (Brighton) Funeral Home, who, during the first few difficult days, assisted us with the necessary arrangements in such a caring, efficient and professional manner. Finally, we would like to thank those who made donations to the four organizations we requested: The Brighton Lions Club, The Victorian Order of Nurses, The Brighton Public Library and the Dave Down Memorial Hospice (AKA The Bridge Hospice, Warkworth.) Community service was an integral part of Bob’s life, and he would have been delighted to know that these organizations received muchneeded support. ~Hope, Kathryn, Janet, Stephanie and Families
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Township of Cramahe Colborne Library Satellite Branch- Operating Hours & Location Colborne Library will have a Satellite Branch at ‘Cramahe Community Policing’ on Thursdays beginning July 4th for two hours only from 11am-1pm
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