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Vol. 11, Issue 28, March 17, 2007
Canadian Heroes honored at local Legion Ceremony
The laying of the wreath by Spr. Lafrenière
n Saturday, March 10, 2007, the Harry Searle Branch
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No. 5 of the Royal Canadian Legion was honoured to participate in two separate but related functions. Legionnaires along with representatives of various branches of government and members of the
community of Chapleau gathered to pay respects to our fallen comrades and in particular those who have paid the supreme sacrifice in Afghanistan. Legion Branch President Darryl Brunette and Mayor Earle J. Freeborn accompanied Sapper Joel Lafreniere as he laid a wreath in their honour as piper Tom Luke from Timmins played the touching lament “Flowers of the Forest”. The occasion for this tribute was the safe return home of Sapper Lafreniere from a six month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Representatives from the Ontario Provincial Police and Nishnawbe Aski Police Services pay their respect.
Spr.Lafrenière accompanied by Royal Canadian Branch #5 President Darryl Brunette and Mayor Earl J. Freeborn during the moment of silence. Lafrenière was involved in various duties over his tour including participation in the campaign dubbed “Operation Medusa” which was said to be the biggest Canadian offensive since D-Day. T h e Canadian troops launched the major offensive against the Taliban on September 2, 2007 in an effort to take control of two dangerous districts in southern Afghanistan. Troops from Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, the
United Kingdom and the United States participated in the operation. Following the laying of the wreath, President Brunette read aloud the names of the 46 fallen
comrades as members of the community deposited a yellow rose for each. Legionnaires then approached and deposited poppies on the wreath. Cont’d on P.6
SPECIAL GREETINGS TO THE TROOPS in AFGHANISTAN FROM
CHAPLEAU Chapleau High School will be including 48 Chapleau Express Newspapers in the “Care” packages to be sent next week. “Keep up the good work TROOPS!”
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ATTENTION LEGION MEMBERS Nominations for the next Executive Committee of the Royal Canadian Legion,(Harry Searle) Branch #5, will be held at the next general meeting of April 12th, 2007.
DEATH NOTICE THOMSON, Eleanor Rachel Peacefully surrounded by family on Monday, March 12, 2007 at the age of 66. Beloved wife of Gary of 49 years. Loving mother of Eleanor Ann Davitski (Peter), Gary Thomas (Ruth) and James Edward (Sylvia). Cherished Grandmother of Gary, Timothy & Aimee Buhler and Arnold Davitski. Predeceased by her parents James & Rachel Clark and her sister Ann Phelan (late Clare). Dear sister of Linda Ronson (late Douglas) and Beth Yeo (Allan). Friends called at the Arthur Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, (492 Wellington Street E, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, P6A 2L9 705-759-2522) on Friday, March 16, 2007 for memorial service at 1 p.m. Rev. Phil Miller officiated. Spring interment Lakeview Cemetery, Midland. Memorial donations to the SAH Cancer Care Fund would be appreciated. www.arthurfuneralhome.com
Spr. Joël E. Lafrenière, Conservation Officer F r e e b o r n , W W I I Ve t e r a n s , L e g i o n Tim Caddel and Piper Tom Luke CHAPLEAU - On March 10, 2007, conservation officers paid tribute to war veterans past and present through community outreach. A ceremony held by the Royal Canadian Legion
Branch No. 5, Chapleau, in honor of returning A f g h a n i s t a n Wa r Canadian Soldier, Joel Lafrenière. Several proud and thankful members of the community which included the Chapleau Mayor Earle J.
President, Darryl Brunette, and executive and enforcement officers from Ontario Provincial Police, Nishnawbe Aski Police Services and Ministry of Natural Resources showed up to support our Canadian Troops and pay respect to the fallen soldiers. A yellow
rose was laid at the local cenotaph for every Canadian Soldier who has paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country in the Afghanistan War. As the Legion President and past veteran read out all names of the fallen soldiers, the Piper's somber tune was playing and heard in the hearts of all.
BROWN APPLAUDS funding for CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY OF THE DISTRICTS OF SUDBURY AND MANITOULIN $15,000 To Go Toward Infrastructure Spending in Chapleau A L G O M A MANITOULIN Mike Brown, MPP for AlgomaManitoulin, welcomed the news that the Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin will
receive $15,000 for infrastructure projects in Chapleau. “The announcement of funding for the Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin is good news for both the organization and the people it serves,”
Roger Mizuguchi was the winner of the Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Carolers. “Congratulations Roger”
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said Brown. “This investment will help to alleviate any financial burden associated with upgrading the existing infra-
structure, and allow the Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin to focus on providing programs.”
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Brown applauds infrastructure funding for Chapleau Community Living $15,000 To Go Toward Infrastructure Spending Mike Brown, MPP for AlgomaManitoulin, welcomed the news that Chapleau Community Living will receive $15,000 for infrastructure. “The announ-
cement of funding for Chapleau Community Living is good news for both the organization and its clients,” said Brown. “This investment will help to alleviate any financial
burden associated with infrastructure, and allow Community Living Algoma to focus on providing programs and services to its clients.”
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services is currently seeking a: Full-Time Support Services Manager Job Responsibilities: - Responsible for organizing, directing, controlling, and evaluating the daily operations of Central Supply, Housekeeping Services, Laundry and Linen Services and Food Services. - Position reports to Director, Operations. Qualifications: - Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma, or equivalent. - Must undertake to successfully complete: - Environmental Services Business Administration Certification as offered by the Ontario Hospital Association and Ontario Health - Care Housekeeper’s Association. - Food Services Supervisor certification. - Food Handlers Training Program, as offered by the Sudbury and District Public Health Unit. - WSIB – Basic and Workplace Specific Certification Training - Continuing education will be required. - Administrative and supervisory experience. - Leadership ability. - Strong interpersonal communication skills. - Knowledge and experience in Housekeeping Services and/or Linen and Laundry Services, and association standards within the hospital industry, is an asset. - Strong oral and written English language skills, French considered an asset. Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume with references by March 23, 2007 to: Human Resources Department Chapleau Health Services 6 Broomhead Road, P.O. Box 757 Chapleau, ON P0M 1K0 Telephone - 705-864-3053 Fax - 705-864-0449 Email - firstname.lastname@example.org While we appreciate all applicants’ interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Cet avis est disponible en français.
Forest fire protection agreement renewed By Jim Prince With patches of grass already peeking up and several sightings of Robins already reported, it appears spring is imminent. Another sign is the state of readiness in the event of a dry spring and the threat of forest fires. To ensure Chapleau is ready in the event of any outbreaks, the Municipal Council has approved the renewal of a Forest Fire M a n a g e m e n t Agreement the Township has with the provincial Ministry of Natural Resources.
The Ministry operates a major forest fire fighting base in the municipality and is a prime user of the municipal airport where several water bombers are centered. Much of the
area within the municipal boundaries. including along highway 129 and in the west end, is wooded and close to existing residential and built up industrial land.
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APANO's Community Wellness Worker Program As identified in earlier APANO articles submitted to this newspaper, the Community Wellness Wo r k e r ( C W W ) Program is one of A PA N O ' s m o s t recently sponsored programs in Chapleau. The CWW program is funded through the Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy (AHWS), which was developed in 1994. The Strategy is a policy and service initiative that brings together Aboriginal people and the Government of Ontario in a unique partnership to promote health and healing among Aboriginal people. The AHWS is managed by a Joint Committee, representing fifteen Aboriginal partners and four provincial ministries. One of its major accomplishments is the creation of a management structure that reflects Aboriginal culture and inclusiveness. The Community We l l n e s s Wo r k e r program is designed to deliver primarily client and participantbased services to Aboriginal individuals, families and children. The priority focus of programming is related to reducing family violence and to address existing and emerging health, healing and wellness issues. Pat Tangie is the newest Comm u n i t y We l l n e s s Wo r k e r ( C W W ) . Along with individual client services a major focus for Pat has been working with local health and social
service providers (both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal), to better understand services that are provided to Aboriginal clients and how these services can be enhanced to support a strong, healthy, and balanced Aboriginal community. As a result of this networking the CWW program has partnered with Chadwick Home in the coordination of the Phenomenal Women project. Nominations were received by local individuals for women who they felt inspired them or have made positive contributions to our community. These Phenomenal Women and their guests were invited to an evening social acknowledging their contributions and honouring them on March 8th, International Women's Day. Other partnership initiatives with the CAP-C and Healthy Babies, Healthy Children programs have resulted in a Sultan Community Outreach session and another being planned for March 22nd. March Break activities for Aboriginal families will be held at CAPA from March 12th to 15th beginning at 11 : 0 0 a m . C r a f t projects for children and adults will be available as well as outdoor activities on Wednesday the 14th. On March 19th a Nutrition Food Bingo will be held at CAPA from 6:30 8:30 and a Spring Feast is scheduled for March 27th. In addition,
Women's Wellness Circles are offered every second Tuesday from 1:30 3:30 pm, free of charge for interested individuals. The next Circle will be held on March 20th. If you are
interested feel free to call Pat at 864-1385 or drop by Pat's house at 14 Beech St E. (across from the Valu-Mart). Over the coming months, Aboriginal approaches will be used in
community events and workshops. Our goal is to continue organizing and facilitating sessions that create a greater awareness and education of Aboriginal culture, illness
prevention, and crisis intervention. There are lot of fun filled activities going on, so feel free to call or drop by to see how you and you family fit in!
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Partnerships formed to offer many services at central location By Jim Prince A vision of the Chapleau Education and Training Coalition is about to be realized and the Township of Chapleau will be better off because of it. A wide range of education and government services will be centralized and delivered locally with the launch of the new Chapleau Innovation Center, being located in the old Bank of Montreal building
which, until recently, has been home to the Bell/Nortel Chapleau Project. The building is owned by the municipality. Word of the completion of negotiations to bring the services together was revealed in a letter to the Mayor and Council last week. In it, Lilianne St-Martin, the Chair of the Coalition said since 2005, the Coalition has been working toward
Moments From the Past Submitted by Mayor Earl J. Freeborn
The Chapleau Headlight by Vince Crichton September 22, 1916 France, September 3, 1916. Dear Mr. Smith, Secretary, Y.M.C.A. I was just reading Jack Bank's letter in the Headlight this morning and thought I would write to you to let you know what we are doing. I came out of the front line trenches last night and got back to my dear old dug out at (censored). This night marching is something fierce especially as you cannot see where you are going. We are continually falling over barbed wire and into shell holes. When we were coming through a shallow part of the trench where Fritz's trench is only (censored) away we had to go through one at a time and on the double which was some fun as we all had our packs on our backs. I came out of the hospital a few weeks ago. I had blood poison in both hands and my left arm caused by small shell splinters about the
size of pin heads but I consider myself very lucky as my chum was killed about six feet from me. He was struck just above the right eye and never spoke afterwards. I was so glad to get back to my dug out last night. I just crawled in and went to sleep scarcely taking time to take my pack off. I was pleased to hear of the success of the Chapleau Platoon. I would try to describe things here but it is impossible. There are no houses left for miles and all one can see for miles is a beautiful cathedral now in ruins. The guns are coughing away continually and we have a First of July fire display every night. Hoping you and your family are well, Yours, Earl J. Freeborn, P.S, Remember me to all the boys.
the establishment of a one-stop centre for training, adult education, employment services and entrepreneurship. The Coalition focused on the transformation of the Chapleau Innovation Centre under the Bell/Nortel Project mandate to the vision of a one-stop centre. "Over the past 6 months, the Coalition has actively pursued partnerships with a variety of stakeholders to ensure the Centre's sustainability," said St-Martin in her letter to Council. The Coalition has successfully negotiated agreements with Northern College, Contact North and Service Canada. It is in the process of developing a relationship with CollĂ¨ge BorĂŠal.
The Service Canada mandate is about improving the delivery of government services. It helps Canadians access a wide range of federal government services and benefits they need quickly and easily. Services now offered by the Colleges are located in separate
locations. The partners will share the costs of operating the Centre, which is owned by the municipality. The municipality's annual cost is $20,000, which includes infrastructure costs, as well as administration. It's e x p e c t e d a Coordinator for the
Centre will be hired soon. It is also anticipated the Township's Economic Development Officer would also be located in the Centre. The hiring process to fill his position is underway.
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Canadian Heroes honored at local Legion Ceremony Cont’d from P.1 The Colour P a r t y, P i p e r a n d parade were dismissed. The Legion's Cranston Auditorium was then the site of a 'meet and greet' where mutual thanks were exchanged between Sapper Lafreniere and many members of the community. Sapper Lafreniere thanked the people for their support of the Canadian Military, their letters
and packages and for the warm welcome he received on his return. On the other hand, citizens thanked Joel and all members of the Canadian Armed Forces for the job they are doing. All expressed hope that soon everyone would be back safe with their loved ones. Joel had an opportunity to speak with veterans of World War II and displayed some photos of the area in
Members of the parade standing at attention.
Drug search warrant executed in Chapleau (Chapleau, Ontario) On Thursday the 8th of March 2007, the O P P D r u g Enforcement Section, and the Superior East OPP executed a Controlled Drug and Substance Act search warrant at 5 Nemegosenda Cabins, Mill Road, Chapleau, Ontario. Police seized a quantity of Cannabis Marihuana and Cocaine with a street value of $4800. , drug paraphernalia and over $11,000 Canadian currency The following are charged with
Possession of Cocaine for the P u r p o s e o f Tr a ff i c k i n g a n d Possession of Marihuana for the P u r p o s e o f Trafficking: Michael BEAN- age 49 of Chapleau, Brian PIRIE age 49 of Swastika, Michael DESBIEN-age 37 of Chapleau, Geoff STEEN-age 39 of Chapleau. All 4 have been released with a court date of the 23rd of May, 2007 in Chapleau. Police are continuing this investigation.
which he was deployed. A social evening and dance was enjoyed by the young and not so young alike. Although this was a memorial service for 46 men and women as well as a celebration for one returning soldier, it is hoped that it sends a strong message to serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces that the people of this and every community across Canada SUPPORT OUR TROOPS and honour the fallen and will continue to do so.
Spr. Joël E. Lafrenière with WWII Veterans Percy Encil, Conrad Tremblay and Elwood Glabb
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ARRIVING DAILY ANNUAL BAND-AID CAMPAIGN MARCH 2007 Four years ago the Chapleau General Hospital Foundation began raising funds for the Bignucolo Residence courtyards project. This is when the Annual Band-Aid Campaign began. Throughout the month of March participating businesses will accept donations towards the campaign. For a minimum $2.00 donation generous sponsorships are displayed on Band-Aids throughout supporting businesses within the community. Past support assisted in building a beautiful, friendly and safe courtyard for our residents to enjoy. Our Foundation counts on this fundraising initiative, to assist with all the ongoing changing technologies, ongoing fiscal requirements and advances in medical practice. We are continually faced with costs that are beyond our means. Your donations provide funds to purchase medical equipment, new technologies, health professional training and health student bursaries to name a few. Funding these priorities ensures we have the right health professionals, in the right place with the right technology to meet out patient needs. During the month on March please remember to ask to purchase your “Band-Aids” when you visit local merchants. Band-Aids can be purchased by you or on behalf of a family member or in memory of a loved one. Please remember your continued support touches every patient and loved one who passes through our doors. Show your support, purchase a Band-Aid and help us help heal. Together we can make a difference. Thank you for making health care a priority. If your business has not received a Band-Aid Campaign package and would like to take part or if you have any questions, contact Suzie at 864-3054. During an outing with their Grandparents, Nia Gauthier, 6 years old and Fabien Gauthier, 4 years old purchased their band-aids in support of the Chapleau General Hospital Annual Band-Aid Campaign. Even young children are proud supporters of the Campaign.