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Vol. 11, Issue 27, March 10, 2007

Youth Committee holds inaugural session By Jim Prince he inaugural meeting of the M a y o r ' s Committee on Youth


TURN YOUR CLOCK “AHEAD” 1 HOUR SATURDAY NIGHT Long Term Forecast Saturday High 1 Low -8 Sunday High 5 Low -10 Monday High 1 Low -18 Tuesday High 1 Low -2 Wednesday High -4 Low -6 Thursday High -2 Low -8

was held on March 1st and the committee of elected, appointed and other volunteers, including parents, rolled up their collective sleeves and got right down to business in a wide ranging discussion on various youth oriented issues. The meeting was a fulfillment of an election pledge at the November Municipal Election by Mayor Earle J. Freeborn who declared at the start of the meeting that he appreciated everyone's "commitment and concern about our youth." Setting the tone at the outset the Mayor stated: “It wouldn't be

wise for us to tell them (youth) what we want to do for them." As the meeting progressed, it became evident the committee is determined to canvass the youth of the community to see what's on their minds. A survey questionnaire is being drafted for approval at the committee next meeting, with the intention of asking the schools for their cooperation in an effort to make direct contact with youth. While the inaugural meeting of the new committee discussed a plethora of ideas centered on the requirements and desires of the

Kevin Morris, Recreation Director, making a list of suggestions.

Committee members. Back row (l-r) Jeff Hamill, Councillor Jacques Tremblay, Mayor Earle Freeborn, Kevin Morris, Councillor Doug Creig, Councillor André Byham. Front row (l-r) Natasha Comte, Trisha Hamill, Brenda Roy, Noella, Roy, Pauline Cloutier, Councillor Keith Swanson, Patrick Brunette. community's youth, their absence around the table was noted. "We have to address that right away," stated Councillor Keith "Bud" Swanson. It was suggested youth be invited to join the committee and participate in developing plans to facilitate their desires. Several ways to do this were discussed and plans for a direct approach are expected to be laid out at a future meeting. In the meantime, the first meeting of the Youth Committee created a long list of possible projects. Topics ranged

from a drop-in center to organized summer playground programs. Several of the parent committee members noted there are many sports activities for youth already and sometimes there are scheduling conflicts, especially during summer. Youth who are going to participate in sports are already involved. It was also acknowledged that when kids get to a certain age it is difficult finding things for them to do. The Drop-In Center for the youth appealed to some of the Committee members. "They want to

hang out," said one Committee member, and herself a parent. "They need to be involved in the town. They need something to do," she added. There are people in town who want to help. The lack of volunteers to assist in any activities was viewed by some as an obstacle in future endeavors however; the meeting was optimistic in its view that there are people willing to get involved. "Council is committed to doing something," stated Mayor Freeborn.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I would like to respond to the article which appeared in your paper on March 3, 2007 entitled, "Deputy Mayor booted out of meeting - Community once again left in the dark." It is important for your readers to be aware that the meeting held with foster parents on March 01, 2007 in Chapleau was a private meeting. Those foster parents present were asked if the Deputy Mayor, local school principal, reps from MCTV, and the Chapleau Express could attend. The foster parents did not want these individuals to participate in this meeting. By April of 2008, Kunuwanimano Child and

Family Services will hopefully become designated as a First Nation child welfare agency. Clearly, 85% of the cases served by our Chapleau office are First Nation children and it is in the best interests of these children that they be served by a First Nation CAS. The Minister of Children and Youth Services, the Honourable Mary Anne Chambers, has gone on record that all children must be treated with sensitivity and with respect when it comes to their culture and heritage. The Minister is also committed to the re-allocation of funding to First Nation child welfare agencies and remains

a strong supporter for the legal and constitutional rights of aboriginal people. On March 01, 2007 in Sudbury, the Board of Directors of the CAS of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin discussed the concerns raised by Mayor Freeborn and they remain steadfast that service delivery to children in the Chapleau area will improve in the long term, with the

eventual transfer of child welfare services to Kunuwanimano. It is our hope that those in positions of authority and influence within the Chapleau community will rally behind Kunuwanimano, as they work towards this goal. David Rivard Executive Director CAS of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin

CROSS-COUNTRY POKER RUN Sunday, March 18th 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Register at the Ski Chalet Canteen

$5.00 a hand!! $2.00 each additional hand Winner receives ½ of the POT

Thank You To St.John’s Anglican Church Parishioners, The ACW, the Senior Citizen’s Club and to friends and family for your Prayers and cards and your support during my illness. To the Community Bible Chapel’s Girl’s Club who made and packed an assortment of treats in the Valentine basket. Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness. Sincerely, Pino Encil THANK YOU I would like to thank all my clients for their patronage and loyalty. I will be placing an ad in the near future letting you know of my relocation. If you wish to reach me for details please feel free to call me at 705-235-3839. Thank You! Merci! Melanie Marcos


DEATH NOTICE Robert (Bob) St.Amand 1942-2007 Died peacefully, with family at his side March 3, 2007 at the Chapleau General Hospital. Predeceased by his parents: Frank & Lillian St. Amand ; Sister Sharon; Brothers Joe and Jim (Sam) Loving memories held forever by his children: Brian and Susan (Matt); Brothers Francis (Lynda), Richard, Don (Vicky) and Ron (Wanda); sisters-in-law: Joan and Paulette; Brother-in-law: Bill Taylor; And a lengthy list of nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.

DEATH NOTICE Vera Mary Schafer Schafer, Vera Mary (nee Moore) passed away at Stirling Heights L. T. C., Cambridge, on Friday, March 2, 2007, at the age of 90. Beloved wife of the late William Schafer. Loving mother of Dennis (Lorene), James, Gary (Alice), Gayle O'Brien (the late Peter) and Myrna LaPierre (Fabian). Cherished grandmother of 11 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. Clement's R. C. Church, Duke Street, Cambridge, on Monday, March 5, 2007, at 9:30 am. In Vera's memory, donations made to the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated by the family. Corbett Funeral Home (519) 740-0669.

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WELCOMEOPEN HOME JOËL! HOUSE - VISITE LIBRE MEET AND GREET Saturday March 10th, 2007 - Samedi le 10 mars 2007



(Veterans and Legion Members in Full Dress) 1:30 TO 5:00 - WINE AND CHEESE/VINS ET FROMAGES 8:00 Until ? - SOCIAL AND DANCE/DANSE - $10.00 per person Featuring “The Shaftmen” FROM TIMMINS “WE NEED YOUR PRESENCE” “On n’a besoin de vous”

EVERYONE WELCOME! BIENVENUE À TOUS! Support our Troops! - Appuyons nos troupes! The Chapleau Child Care Centre de Garde d’Enfants Toy Library/Ontario Early Years Program Site has an opening for a Bilingual Program Staff (Maternity Leave Contract - start date: April 2, 2007)

Skills and Qualifications Required: ~ Minimum Grade 12 Education ~ Early Childhood Education Diploma or equivalent an asset ~ Experience working with children, families and caregivers ~ Standard First Aid and C.P.R. certificates ~ Criminal Reference Check ~ Up-to-date immunization records ~ Good communication skills (written and verbal) in both French and English an asset ~ Ability to comply with the confidential nature of the position ~ Ability to maintain a professional attitude at all times ~ Demonstrated planning and organizational skills ~ Team approach and strong interpersonal skills This is a permanent part-time position with 58 hours every two weeks (this position is required for a period of eight months with a possibility of an extension up to 1 year) Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Please forward resumes to: Ginger Forget - Executive Director c/o Chapleau Child Care Centre de Garde d’Enfants P.O. Box 969 Chapleau, Ontario P0M 1K0 The closing date for applications is March 21, 2007. We would like to thank all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Cet offre d’emploi est diponsible en français en composant le 864-1886.

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REPORT FROM Queen’s Park BY Mike Brown, Provicial Member of Parliament for Algoma-Manitoulin

Daylight Savings Time Approaching Faster That Usual Daylight savings time will take place this Sunday, March 11, and if it seems to you like it has arrived earlier than usual, you would be right. Ontario is among several

jurisdictions that has opted to extend daylight savings time. Beginning this year, daylight savings time will now begin on the second Sunday in March, and end on the first Sunday in N o v e m b e r. T h e extension means that daylight savings time will now start three

Blue Heron Inn Blue Heron Inn Restaurant and bed and breakfast will be closed for the March Break March 12 to 16, 2007. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Hefty fine and suspension for large walleye overlimit KAPUSKASING A Mattice man has been fined $6,000 for having 30 walleye over the legal limit. R i c h a r d Lemay, 51, pleaded guilty. His fishing licence is suspended for two years Court was told that on July 21, 2006, acting on a tip to the ministry's TIPS line, conservation officers stopped a group of anglers, including Lemay, on Gurney Road in Torrance Township, north of Kapuskasing. Officers seized a large number of whole and filleted fish. Justice of the Peace Jean-Marie Blier heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Kapuskasing, February14, 2007. The ministry

reminds the public that fishing limits maintain a sustainable fishery so that anglers and other resource users may enjoy the resource in the future. To report a natural resources violation, call 1-877TIPS-MNR (8477667) toll-free any time or contact your local ministry office during regular business hours. You can also call Crime Stoppers at 1800-222-TIPS (8477).


weeks earlier than before, and end a week later. The decision to move daylight savings time in Ontario was made in an effort to maintain the province’s competitive advantage by coordinating the time change with our major trading partner, the United States, who recently adopted extended daylight savings time as well. The province looked long and hard at changing daylight

savings time, and an inter-ministerial committee was put together to look at the effect the change might have on trade, energy, public safety a n d m o r e . Stakeholders and other levels of government were consulted on the change. Ultimately, a m a j o r i t y o f stakeholders supported of the idea of ensuring our clocks were synchronized with those of our American neighbours. The United

States has chosen to adopt extended daylight savings time in an effort to help conserve energy, as people are not expected to need their lights on as early in the evening. While there has been some debate as to how much energy this plan will really save, it is notable that Germany became the very first country to adopt the concept of daylight savings time in 1915 for much the same reason. In Canada, it is

up to each province to decide whether or not to adopt a change to daylight savings time. In Ontario, daylight savings time is governed by the Time Act, legislation that is the responsibility of the Attorney General. Most of the provinces and territories in Canada have chosen to adopt the proposal to extend daylight savings time. So this Sunday, do not forget to turn your clocks forward one hour.

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REPORT from OTTAWA by Brent St. Denis M Federal member of Parliament Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing

STEPHANE DION COMMITS TO CORRECTING C A N A D A ’ S A F G H A N I S TA N MISSION Liberal leader Stéphane Dion committed to Canadians in a recent speech that he would embark on a principled and constructive way forward on Canada’s Afghanistan mission that would see a better integration of military and aid efforts as well as a firm 2009 end date. Mr. Dion began his speech by asking this question. Assume for a moment that we followed Mr. Harper’s desire to have Canada

fighting in Iraq, a position he advocated in 2003. His judgment in that case has proven to be very poor. If we had followed Mr. Harper into Iraq, would we stay in that quagmire at any cost in order to support our troops? Obviously not. We owe it to Canadians, to the Canadian Forces and to the Afghan people to do our best today to ensure our mission in A f g h a n i s t a n succeeds—for Afghans, for Canadians and for the international community. During his speech, Mr. Dion

outlined the key elements of the Liberal plan, including: • Committing to end Canada’s mission in Kandahar in 2009 and immediately informing NATO of this deadline so that a replacement nation can be found; • B e t t e r integrating military, aid and diplomacy efforts; • Developing an effective strategy to combat the problems stemming from the l o c a l e c o n o m y ’s dependence on the illegal opium trade; and • Addressing the chronic fresh water shortage. Under Mr. Dion’s leadership, the Liberals would retain the current number of Canadian troops in Afghanistan until 2009 to honour the international obligation undertaken

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by the Harper government, but would review the current mission and reserve the option of re-deploying Canada’s combat task force to other under-resourced and critical functions in Afghanistan, such as

Ctraining the Afghan National Army and additional Provincial Reconstruction Teams. Between now and 2009, the Liberals would adopt a more responsible, integrated strategy in Kandahar, with a greater

development and diplomatic thrust, and with a real effort to win the hearts and minds of the Afghan people, upon whom the m i s s i o n ’s s u c c e s s hinges.

Chapleau Public Library on the way to automation O n F r i d a y, February 9, 2007 in Sudbury, the Honourable Jim Prentice, Minister of Indian Affairs and N o r t h e r n Development announced a FedNor investment of $499, 965 to support the implementation a central library network server. This funding will be disbursed through Ontario

Libraries ServiceNorth to libraries who are members of the Joint Automation Server Initiative (JASI). The funding will be used to assist libraries in preparing to put their catalogues on the joint server and to purchase the required hardware. The joint server will enable public libraries across Northern

Ontario to electronically access and share library information and resources. This project will dramatically improve the way small Northern libraries serve their communities and residents. Our local Public Library will be a recipient of a portion of these funds. For more information contact Maureen at the library.

Computerized Lettering Decals Highway Signs Custom Signs Vehicle Graphics Hours Monday - Tuesday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday - 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.


Back: Leah Cyr (School Council), Cole Hamel, Maisie Comte, Ali MacDonald, Toby Hamel (School Council).Front: Kyra Donivan, Gabrielle Drolet, Tuija Berthelot, Sarah Cooke Chapleau Public School assembly was held on March 02, 2007 to honour the recipients of the February Te r r i f i c S t u d e n t Awards. The assembly opened with a welcome to all the

students, parents and sponsors and the singing of O Canada. Certificates and pins were presented to the Terrific Students by Mr. Boucher with Entertainment provided by Ms. O'Hearn's Grade 1

Class who performed a dance to the music "Alley Cat" Congratulations to a l l t h e Te r r i f i c Students. The next Te r r i f i c S t u d e n t Assembly will take place on April 13th, 2007.

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McGuinty Government Invests In Future Prosperity For Northern Ontario Communities To Pursue Hosting Opportunities For Support Services The Ontario government is helping communities across Northern Ontario investigate growth opportunities in the corporate support and shared services sector with assistance from the GO North Investor Program, Northern Development and Mines Minister Rick Bartolucci announced today. “The McGuinty government is committed to supporting our northern partners as they investigate business and i n v e s t m e n t opportunities that will help to bring jobs and economic prosperity to the North,” said B a r t o l u c c i . “ We applaud the partnership among the North’s major economic d e v e l o p m e n t corporations to pursue

new investment on a pan-northern scale and to promote the competitive advantages of doing business in the North.” The Timmins E c o n o m i c D e v e l o p m e n t Corporation, on behalf of the North’s five major cities and in partnership with O n t a r i o ’s N o r t h E c o n o m i c D e v e l o p m e n t Corporation, will receive nearly $119,000 from the GO North Investor Program to investigate growth opportunities for the corporate support and shared services sector in Northern Ontario. These services include corporate support services such as accounting, technology support, and other services often provided by specialized third-

party companies. It has been identified as a growth sector for Northern Ontario and shares many of the human resource and infrastructure needs of the region’s successful customer service industry. The corporation will conduct a detailed study to determine the requirements for identifying and attracting back office investment to the North. This sector presents a high potential for growth in the North and funding is being provided directly from the GO North Investor Program as well as through the Northern C o m m u n i t i e s Investment Readiness (NCIR) initiative. The NCIR program gives eligible communities, economic development corporations, and First

Nations up to $5,000 per application for the development of essential and strategic community tools to help increase investment readiness and attract investors. Communities can also partner together on projects and subsequently receive up to $5,000 for each eligible applicant. Other McGuinty government initiatives that are supporting northern communities include: • Improving northern highways by investing more than $1.8 billion over five years in highway expansions and improvements through the Northern Ontario Highways S t r a t e g y • Contributing $60 million annually to the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund to support community and

economic development. To date, more than $345,265 in NCIR funding has been provided to 31 initiatives helping to enhance the investment r e a d i n e s s o f communities across the North. The GO North initiative is part of the

Northern Prosperity Plan. The plan is founded on four key pillars: Strengthening the North and its Communities; Listening to and Serving Northerners Better; Competing Globally; and Providing Opportunities for All.

Brown applauds infrastructure funding for Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services

$7,000 To Go Toward Infrastructure Spending

Mike Brown, MPP for AlgomaManitoulin, welcomed the news that Services de sante de Chapleau Health Services will receive $7,000 for infrastructure projects. “The announcement of funding for Services de sante de Chapleau Health Services is good news for both the

organization and its clients,” said Brown. “This investment will help to alleviate any financial burden associated with upgrading the existing infrastructure, and allow Services de sante de Chapleau Health Services to focus on providing programs and services to its clients.”

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY One Temporary Full-Time Secretary/Receptionist Turning Point Décisif (1 Year Maternity Leave Replacement)

POSITION SUMMARY: The successful applicant will be a member of Turning Point Décisif, the Mental Health, Addiction and Community Support Services Program. The purpose of the position is to provide administrative and confidential secretarial services to the Program Director and staff of Turning Point Décisif.

QUALIFICATIONS: - Successful completion of a college level diploma program in Secretarial Sciences/Medical Secretary and a minimum of three years related experience. - Bilingualism in both official languages. - Must achieve superior proficiency level in both written and verbal English and French Language Capability Evaluation. - Proven proficiency with computers and Microsoft Office programs. - A valid driver’s license and reliable means of transportation. HOURS: 37.5 hours, Monday to Friday (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), RATE: As per ONA Clerical salary grid. PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME ALONG WITH LETTER OF APPLICATION TO: Human Resources Chapleau Health Services P.O. Box 757 Chapleau, ON P0M 1K0 Fax: 705-864-0449 Email: DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: March 21, 2007 While we appreciate all applicants’ interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Cet avis est disponsible en français.

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V I L L A G E S H O P APARTMENTS. Completely renovated 2 & 3 bedroom. Secure building. Laundry facilities. Please call Lucy at 8641114Ap29+ 1-2 and 3 bedroom apts. and bachelor.Fridge & stove included. For more information call 864-1148 or 864-4071(cell)Ap28 Yo u n e e d a d e c e n t apartment with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms, fully or semifurnished, or not, dryer and washer hookups, outdoor balcony, storage shed, private parking. Central location. Call Quality Rental at 864-9075 and leave message.111806 Mr31 1 & 2 bedroom apt, 4 bdr. house washer/dryer hook up, parking with plug in. For more information call 8642282 or 864-1022. Mr31 Large 3 bedroom apartment for rent, newly renovated, carport, balcony, washer and dryer, very clean for more info call 864-2128. One bedroom apartment for rent, newly renovated, use of large back yard, parking available, very clean for more information call 864-2128. COMING UP 20th. Annual Chapleau Ducks Unlimited Dinner & Auction March 24. $75/couple & $45/single @ The Rustic Cupboard where sealed bid print is on display. Telephone 8641162


FIREWOOD Mr10 Birch firewood - $55/cord plus gst.Cut and split. Call 864-0554 after 5:00 p.m. 1943 Ford Fire Truck with ladder.$4500.00 or BO as is. Call 705-864-1870 GIFTS Subscriptions to the Chapleau Express make great gifts HOUSES FOR SALE HOUSE with apartment for sale by owner. Priced to sell! 28 Beech ST. East. 864-1355. Mr31 JOB OPPORTUNITY Weather ObserverChapleau Airport. Perm F.T. $9.00/hr to start. $10.00/hr. after 6 months. Must be able to attend 6 week course Cornwall, Ont.(exp Paid). Fax resume (705) 969-6843 or email M31 SERVICES

Société Alzheimer Society meetings will be held at the Chapleau Hospital every 1st Monday of each month starting from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

ALCOOLIQUES ANONYMES Offre de l’aide à celui ou celle qui désire arrêter de boire. Les rencontres ont lieu tous les mercredis soirs à 19h (7:00 p.m.) Au sous-sol de l’église Sacré-Coeur. Téléphonez au 864-2786 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Offers help to anyone who desires to stop drinking. Open discussion meetings: Wednesday 7:30 p.m. & Sunday 2:00 p.m. Trinity United Church basement. Telephone contacts: 864-2321 and 8641827

Purdy Flowers and Coffee Shop Now Serving Coffee Tea - Caps - Pepsi Products Muffins - Chuck Wagons, Pizza Pockets,Meatball Subs, Lumberjacks, Cheeseburgers and Super Chucks, Daily Soups, Open 6:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. Monday to Friday, 61 Birch St. 8641022 Mr31

Saturday Night

THE LOCAL MARKET PLACE CHADWIC HOME, FA M I LY R E S O U R C E CENTRE Offers shelter, emotional support, and information for women and their children who are in crisis situations. We have a Toll Free Crisis Line which is staffed 24 hours a day. We can arrange for free transportation to the Centre for women who live in the Algoma/Chapleau area. We also offer support to women who live in the communities of Chapleau, White River, Dubreuilville, and Hornepayne through our Outreach Program. Our Outreach Worker travels to those communities to meet with women who need emotional support as well as information about their rights and options. If you need to speak with the Outreach Worker when she is in your community, you can call the Centre at any time to set up an appointment. You do not need to be a resident of the Centre in order to use our services. If you need someone to talk to or if you just need someone to listen, call our Toll Free Crisis line at 1-800-461-2242 or you can drop in at the Centre. We are here for you.

NEW HOMEBASE BUSINESS TO OPEN MARCH 17TH 2007 at10:00AM!! Through encouragement and inspiration of my family, I am pursuing one of my dreams to open a small shop located in our home on 45 Queen Street South. My shop will showcase "Ludie's Baskets & Crafts". There will be baskets for all occasions on display and for sale. If you do not see a basket you need you can also order one to fit your specific theme.My crafts range from baby items, disposable diaper cake, facecloths/hand towels, bridal cake, potpourri, angels, bath bombs, bath cookies and more. Store hours are from 10:00am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday. Come on over and check out the neat gift ideas . If you would like to place order please feel free to call me at 864-1537 or e-mail me at

GOING TO CHURCH Catholic Church SACRED-HEART OF JESUS PARISH PAROISSE SACRÉCOEUR DE JÉSUS 26 Lorne Street North -OFFICE21 Lansdowne Street N. 864-0747 Sunday/dimanche 9:30 a.m. English 11:00 a.m. French Fr. Jacques Fortin ST. JEAN DE BRÉBEUF (Sultan) Liturgy of the Word Liturgie de la parole Sunday/dimanche 11 a.m. Bilingual Mass every 3rd Saturday of the month at 7:00 p.m. PERMANENT DEACON Mr. Ted Castilloux MANDATED Mrs. Marguerite Castilloux Diocese of Moosonee Anglican Church of Canada ST. JOHN’S CHURCH 4 Pine Street West 864-1604 Sunday Service 10:30 a.m. Rev. Bruce Roberts ST. MARY’S ANGLICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 78 Devonshire Street 864-0909 Sunday Service 10 a.m. Rev. William P. Ivey

CHAPLEAU PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 9 Elm Street (P.A.O.C.) 864-0828 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Services 11 a.m. & 7 p.m. Family Night (ages 1-109) Wednesday 7 - 8:15 p.m. Pastor Dan Lee

SLOMA CLEANERS Now in Chapleau on Tuesday & Thursday


Soup Kettle every 2nd Wednesday of the month

OUR LADY OF SEVEN SORROWS PARISH PAROISSE NOTREDAME-DES-SEPTDOULEURS (Foleyet) Liturgy of the World Sundays 11 a.m. Liturgie de la Parole Dimanche 11h Mass every 2nd & 4th Sunday at 4:00 p.m. Messe sux 2e et 4e dimanche à 16h

COMMUNITY BIBLE CHAPEL Corner of King and Maple 864-0470 Communion Service 9:30 Family Bible Hour 11 a.m. Including Sunday School Evening Bible Study and Ladies Bible Study during the week Transportation available Al Tremblay



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BUTTERFLY Garden Tea Room

Desserts on Tuesdays COMING SOON Lunch on Thursdays Watch for Starting Date

Dr. Allan MacIvor OPTOMETRIST Chapleau Medical Clinic, Broomhead Rd.

*Tuesday, March 20, 2007* 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL Toll Free 1-800-461-2883 or CALL 864-2340

Dr. L. R. Simpson

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Will be at the Moose Hall Monday, March 15th, 2007 FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL

Highway 17, North P.O. Box 1033 Wawa ON. P0S 1K0 Bus: 705.856.2775 Fax: 705.856.4862

Nadene McEachren at 864-1055

TRINITY UNITED CHURCH Corner of Beech and Lorne 864-1221 Sunday Service and Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Anna Chikoski




Barristers and Solicitors MICHAEL C. ALLEMANO, B.A., L.L.B.


Certified by the Law Society as a Specialist in Real Estate Law P.O. Box 10, 369 Queen St. E. Suite 103 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A 1Z4 Phone (705) 942-0142 Fax (705) 942-7188

P.O. Box 1700, 55 Broadway Avenue, Wawa, Ontario P0S 1K0 Phone (705) 856-4970 Fax (705) 856-2713


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Need appliance parts or repairs

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We also pick up old fridges for disposal

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Tembec Atoms bring home the gold from Sault extravaganza The weekend of March 2-4 will not be forgotten by far. It started with our first game on Friday night at 8:00 p.m. The boys came out full steam

and won their game against McDonald's 51. With a good night's rest and a few laps around the pool, their second game was a victory against A.J.

Bus Lines 5-1. With so many teams in our division, the boys new they had to win the next game or they were going home, so they stepped it up a notch

even higher and beat Soo Police 4-2. This put them into the semifinals. With butterflies in their stomachs, they gave it their all and won themselves into the finals with an astounding score of 8-

1 against Burger King. The final game was against Blind River Ice Dogs and started off with us scoring in the first period. Blind River came back and evened up the score. With less than a minute left in the

third period, the boys pulled out all the stops and made it 2-1 winning the final game!! Congratulations boys on being champions! Coaching Staff and Parents



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There will be no physician in the office where the appears, however there will be a staff member in the office from 9:00 until 12:00 noon on each of those days to assist with prescription renewals, booking appointments and travel grants. -Evening and Sunday appointments may be held if there is a need. -House calls are available for patients with limited mobility. Regular Hours : from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. For appointments and prescription renewals contact 864-1131 -Les jours marqués d’un astérisque n’y aura pas de médecin en service au bureau, toutefois, un employé sera sur place de 9h00 à midi pour le renouvellements d’ordonance, la prise de rendez-vous et les bourses de voyage. -Les cliniques du soir et du dimanche seront disponibles si la demande l'exige. -Les visites à domicile sont disponibles pour les personnes qui ne peuvent se déplacer Heures d'ouverture régulières : de 9h30 à midi et de 14h à 16h30. Pour rendez-vous et renouvellement d'ordonnance, prière de composer le 864-1131.


Canada Brokerlink (ONTARIO) Inc.

INSURANCE Insurance Brokers Larry Donivan, Office Supervisor, Rosane Connelly, Account Manager, Gisèle Legge, Account Manager

No impersonal answers here. Just great personal service with great rates. We will ask all of the right questions to make sure you get the best coverage and service for your needs. Then we will shop around to get the right price.

Home U Commercial U Auto U 24 hour claim service PH: 864-1237

FAX: 864-2715

18 Birch Street, Chapleau. E-mail:

New Books Tales from Dog River: the complete corner gas guide - Michele Sponagle The Brotherhoods - Guy Lawson & William Oldham The Big Book of Small Stuff - Richard Carlson, Ph.D. The G.I. Diet Cookbook - Rick Gallop Make it right - Mike Holmes Hanukkah - Why is this festival special? series Christmas - Why is this festival special? series Divali - Why is this festival special? series Id-ul-fitr - Why is this festival special? series Jillian Powell Slithering Snakes - Lynn Huggins-Cooper Scary Spiders - Lynn Huggins-Cooper Beastly Bugs - Lynn Huggins-Cooper Savage Sharks - Lynn Huggins-Cooper Big Cats - Lynn Huggins-Cooper

Chapleau Valu Mart has a part-time cashier position available. This is not a student position.(Hours needed will conflict with school) Please send resume to: Lynn Bignucolo Chapleau Valu Mart P.O. Box 100 Chapleau, Ontario P0M 1K0

03102007 March 10 2007  

Chapleau Express

03102007 March 10 2007  

Chapleau Express