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Tourism project receives Township support By Jim Prince onsidering the possible positive economic impact any tourism development could h a v e o n t h e community, it is no surprise the municipal council has thrown its support behind a proposal to construct facilities for an All Terrain Vehicle(ATV) based enterprise which will also focus on ecotourism. A local firm, "Ride the North," has
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applied to erect two permanent facilities on Crown Land near Chapleau, and the Ministry of Natural Resources is in the process of gathering local input. When it came to Chapleau Municipal Council last week, there was unanimous support in the form of a resolution sponsored by Deputy Mayor André Byham. It was noted the ATV's are used 11 months of the year and would be an asset in the local tourism package.
While there is continuing controversy over the status of the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve, the Ride the North proposal would include ATV guided tours of the Game Preserve. They would embrace hiking, biking, photography and animal viewing using existing roads and trails only. The Ride the North development proposal includes two independent cabins, each with a fourperson capacity. The
sites will incorporate modern facilities and offer housekeeping plan accommodations and guiding service, and equipment rentals.
If the proposal is successful, it would be taking advantage of two of the fastest growing sectors of tourism. Studies have
shown that both ecotourism and driving ATV's are at the top of the list when it comes to favoured outdoor activities.
Child Care services still an issue
By Jim Prince till smarting f r o m t h e decision by one agency to shift its child welfare responsibilities in the township to another, the Chapleau municipal council continues to build support over its concerns to the recent move. The Township is reacting to the decision in February by the Children's Aid
Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin to close its office here. As a result, foster care cases have been shifted to The Kunuwanimano Children and Family Services, based in Timmins. A resolution adopted at last Monday's regular meeting of Council will be circulated among the other district muni-
cipalities. In the resolution, the Province is chastised for allowing the decision to transfer responsibility for child care without input from the affected municipalities. It accuses the provincial government of allowing the Sudbury Children's Aid Society to make a decision without any Township Council involvement,
knowledge or input. "This is a significant issue." When the transfer of responsibilities was being made Mayor Earle J. Freeborn wrote Mary Anne Chambers, the Minister of Children and Youth Services, to say the move was totally unacceptable, claiming it would have a severe impact on child care services. The Township is asking the other
municipalities under the jurisdiction of the Manitoulin and Sudbury District Children's Aid Society to tell the Minister they agree with Chapleau's concerns and its contention that a change of this nature is one that requires the knowledge and the involvement of affected municipalities before it is simply externally imposed.
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SUMMER STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
Le Service des loisirs et de la culture de Chapleau est à la recherche de 2 étudiants intéressés à travailler au musée/centre d’information touristique. Un poste à horaire souple, il faut être disposé à travailler en soirée et les fins de semaine.
The Chapleau Leisure and Culture Services Department is presently seeking 2 student to be employed at the Chapleau Recreation Centre. This is a flexible position requiring evenings and weekend work.
Parmi les compétences désirées, mentionnons: • Entregent professionnel •Connaissance des exploitations touristiques et commerciales de la région • Habileté à effectuer une multiplicité de tâches •Prédisposition au travail physique et à la bureautique •Une preuve qu’on retourne aux études à l’automne 2007.
Positive skills will include: •Professional mannerism •Practical interpretation of local and regional tourist and business operations •Ability to multi-task •Prepared to work both physically and office functionally •Must confirm that the individual is attending school in the fall of 2007.
La durée du poste est de 35 heures par semaine pour les mois de mai à août 2007.
This position will be 35 hours per week from June - August 2007.
1 - étudiant(e) de 18 ans et plus - Salaire 8.00$/heure 1 - étudiant(e) de moins de 18 ans - Salaire de 7.50$/heure
1 - Student over age 18 - Hourly rate of $8.00 1 - Student under age18 - Hourly rate of $7.50
Les postulant(e)s doivent fournir une preuve à l’effet qu’ils retournent aux études à l’automne 2007, et l’annexer à leur curriculum vitae.
Applicant must provide proof that they are attending school in the Fall of 2007, which must be attached to each resume. Resumes will be accepted by the undersigned
Prière de faire parvenir sa demande au soussigné until 4:30pm, Friday May 4, 2007. au plus tard le vendredi 4 mai 2007 à 16h30. Mr. Kevin Morris Leisure & Culture Services Department Services de loisirs et de la culture P.O. Box 129 Chapleau, ON P0M 1K0
THANK YOU To all who supported me in the Chapleau figure Skating Club “Skate-A-Thon” Your support is much appreciated. Renay Bernier
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Chapleau Hot Spot - Thank You! Over the last sixteen Months, residents of Chapleau along with Bell, Nortel and the township of Chapleau had the opportunity to participate in a trial of one of Canada's very first municipal Wireless networks. While we experienced some bumps along the way, it allowed all of us to learn more about these networks and the importance of broadband in rural communities. This trial has now ended and access to the wireless network is no longer available. Over the next few weeks, you will see our partners at Chapleau Energy Services begin to remove the Wireless Access Points mounted on streetlight poles throughout town. However,through the significant investment that was made through Project Chapleau, you will continue to have alternatives to other broadband including Bell Sympatico DSL. For more information on how to order the service, please visit www.bell.ca or 310-BELL. Once again, thank you for your time and co-operation. With your support, we achieved this success together!
Point d’accès Internet public sans fil de Chapleau - Merci! Au cours des 16 derniers mois, les habitants de Chapleau, ainsi que Bell, Nortel et le canton de Chapleau, ont participé à l’essai de l’un des premiers réseaux sans fil municipaux du Canada. Les obstacles survenus en cours de route ont permis à toutes les parties d’en apprendre davantage au sujet de ces réseaux et de l’importance du service large bande dans les collectivités rurales. L’essai est maintenant terminé et le réseau sans fil n’est plus accessible. Au cours des prochaines semaines, vous verrez nos partenaires de Chapleau Energy Services retirer les points d’accès sans fil qui avaient été installés sur les poteaux de lampadaires partout dans la ville. Cependant, grâce à l’important investissement qui a été fait par l’entremise du projet Chapleau, vous continuerez à bénéficier d’autres options en matière de service large bande, dont le service Sympatico DSL de Bell. Pour commander le service, visitez le site www.bell.ca ou composez le 310-BELL. Nous vous remercions encore une fois de votre temps et de votre collaboration. C’est à vous que nous devons le succès de ce projet!
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SERVICES DE SANTÉ DE CHAPLEAU HEALTH SERVICES ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES
Pursuant to the Corporation's By-laws, in order to vote at the Annual General Meeting of Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services, persons must have their corporate membership fee of $2.00 paid on or before April 13, 2007. Memberships are available at the Chapleau General Hospital or from Directors of the Board of Directors of Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services. COTISATION ANNUELLE En revue des règlements de la corporation, les membres de la corporation doivent avoir payé leur cotisation annuelle de 2$ avant le 13 avril 2007 pour avoir le droit de voter à l'assemblée générale annuelle. On peut obtenir une carte de membre à l'hôpital Général de Chapleau ou auprès d'un directeur(trice) du conseil d'administration des Services de santé de Chapleau Health Services.
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Everyone deserves a beautiful smile: Health Unit’s Message for oral health month “Everyone Deserves a Beautiful Smile.” That's the message the Sudbury & District Health Unit is promoting during Oral Health Month in April. Even today, dental disease is still a very real problem. Research indicates that one of every four children aged three to six has experienced dental caries (cavities), and 80 per cent of these children have extreme
oral health needs. The health unit offers a program that pays for dental care for children with urgent dental needs if their families do not have a dental plan and cannot afford to pay for dental care. Preschool and elementary schoolaged children may be eligible for the program, called “Children In Need Of Treatment” (CINOT), if they have dental
pain, infection, large cavities, bleeding gums or have mouth injuries. The Ontario Association of Public Health suggests that children see a dentist by their first birthday. With this new approach, parents learn the proper steps to good oral hygiene for their children. Here are some things parents can do to help care for the oral health of children up to the age of four years: - From birth, wipe your baby's gums after every feeding. -Soon after teeth appear, brush your child's teeth twice daily, especially before bedtime. Use a small smear of fluoridated toothpaste on a toothbrush. -Once your child can spit, use a pea-sized amount of fluoridated toothpaste. -Avoid putting juice or other sweet drinks in bottles or sippy cups because children tend to sip from these for long periods of time, Présenté
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which means their teeth are exposed to sugar longer. Offer water instead. -If your baby goes to bed with a bottle, fill it with water. -Limit snacks that are high in sugar. -At least once a month, lift your child's lip to check for tooth decay. Look for changes in colour, lines or spots on your child's teeth as these may be signs of a potential problem. -Stop your child's sucking habits before five years of age. Did you know that it's possible for you to spread cavitycausing germs to your baby? To prevent spreading these germs, keep your own mouth healthy. Not kissing your baby on the mouth, tasting your baby's food or licking your baby's pacifier to clean it will actually help protect your child's oral health. For more information about your child's oral health, call the Sudbury & District Health Unit Dental Program at (705) 5229200, ext. 412 or tollfree at 1-866-5229200.
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Intégration Communautaire Chapleau Community Living ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AGENDA Thursday April 12th, 2007 - 7:00 P.M. At 92 Lorne Street (Common room) Learn more about Community Living and how you can become involved. EVERYONE WELCOME Ap.7
RNS/RPNS/Paramedics/Medical Technologists are you looking for part time employment? We are looking for you to complete pre-insurance examinations in Chapleau and surrounding areas. Veinpuncture skills a must. Must have a fax and answering machine. Email would be an asset. Car necessary. Please fax your resume to 1-866-431-4669 to Human Resources or email to charlene_szabo @qus.ca
Chapleau Curling Club Annual Meeting Monday, April 16, 2007, 7 P.M. At the curling club All members WELCOME
Rotary Sports & Trade Show including Heavy Equipment
April 20 & 21, 2007 Friday 4 P.M. to 10 P.M - Social 9:00 P.M. to 12:00 A.M. Saturday 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
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ODYSÉE EUROPÉENNE Du 7 au 16 mars, 22 élèves de l’École secondaire catholique Trillium accompagnés de M et Mme Taillefer et M et Mme Tessier ont vécu des expériences mémorables. Dans l’espace d’une dizaine de jours, ce groupe de voyageurs intrépides ont franchi le seuil de 5 pays : l’Allemagne, l’Italie, le Vatican, le Monaco et la France. En Italie, le groupe a visité les villes de Rome, d’Assise, de Florence, de San Gimignano et de Pise. Rares étaient les gens qui n’étaient pas émus en marchant non seulement parmi les structures du temps médiéval, mais aussi de l’ère avant Jésus-
Christ. La visite du Vatican, qui est comme la Mecque pour les Catholiques, a su toucher le groupe profondément sur un plan spirituel. La France, bastion de notre héritage francophone, a su plaire au groupe. Baignades dans la mer Méditerranée, visite au Monaco, petit pays caractérisé d’une densité de population incroyable et d’un surplus de bateaux de plaisance, voyage en TGV (train grande vitesse) jusqu’à Paris, la ville de lumière et de la tour Eiffel. Un peu essoufflé, beaucoup épaté et ayant développé le goût des voyages, notre groupe a su retrouver le Canada.
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EST UN HYMNE À LA VIE EN PASSANT PAR LA MORT! Grace et Gloria : un décor intime, Grace et Gloria est sans aucun deux comédiennes extraordinaires doute une des meilleures pièces des (Viola Léger et Danielle Grégoire) et dernières années et le Centre culturel un texte empreint de vérité. Cette Louis-Hémon est fier d’accueillir cette pièce de théâtre à laquelle j’ai assisté co-production du Théâtre de l’Île et du l’an dernier m’a fait rire et pleurer, me Théâtre populaire d’Acadie. transportant d’une émotion à l’autre À voir absolument le mercredi 11 avec justesse et sensibilité. Et je avril au cafétorium de l’École n’étais pas toute seule! secondaire Trillium au 9, chemin Cette pièce raconte l’histoire de Broomhead. Faites une marque sur deux femmes, à l’opposé l’une de votre calendrier. Pour information ou l’autre, qui se rencontre. Deux réservation, contactez Diane au 864mondes à part qui se confrontent et 1126. s’affrontent. Au départ, une seule Bref, terminez la saison en beauté chose les réunies : la mort. Grace est c’est terminer avec Grace et Gloria. en train de mourir d’un cancer et Gloria Par Diane Jean a perdu son fils unique de 12 ans dans un accident de voiture. Au fil de l’histoire, les deux femmes s’apprivoisent tranquillement et l’incompréhension initiale fait place à l’amitié et au respect. Le texte est simple et vrai. Les situations s’enchaînent avec naturel et authenticité. Le décor est intime. Les effets sonores, la musique et l’éclairage ajoutent à l’ambiance et sont choisis avec soin et précision.
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ACTIVITÉS À VENIR… 8: Pâques 11 : Pièce de théâtre “Grace et Gloria” à 20h au cafétorium de l’é.s.c. Trillium 11 : Tirage du tableau de gratteux et 250$ (Centre culturel Louis-Hémon) 11 : Tirage d’un certificat d’une valeur de 500$ d’essence (FormationPLUS) 12 : Franco-impro-ado à Sudbury (Trillium) 12-13 : 30 heures de la faim (Trillium) 13 : Journée de l’autisme (Trillium) 13 : Lancement du nouveau Centre d’Innovation à 13h au 12, rue Birch 13 : Bazar de 18h à 21h dans le gymnase de l’école publique (UCFO) 14 : Franco-synchro à Sudbury (Sacré-Coeur et Trillium) 16-17 : Service Canada - centre d’innovation (Passeport, NAS, info CPP...) 19 : Ouverture de l’école avec les élèves (Trillium) 20 : Journée pédagogique (Sacré-Coeur et Trillium) 20 : Ouverture officielle de l’école en soirée (Trillium) 20-21: Foire commerciale 24 : Rencontre des parents pour la 1re communion (Sacré-Coeur) 24 : Spectacle “Tout feu tout flammes” de l’é.s.c. Thériault (Trillium) 25 : Soirée des parents – 9e à la 12e année (Trillium) 26 : Retraite - préparation à la confirmation 7e et 8e année (Trillium) 27-29 : Journées de perfectionnement de l’AREF (Trillium) 1 mai : Bingo pour le terrain de jeux de l’école (Sacré-Coeur)
Chapleau Express, April 7, 2007 - Page 5
Local firm appoints new controller Northern Haul Contracting is very pleased to announce that Allen Coulter will be joining NHC as the company Controller.
With his knowledge and experience in Mechanical Repairs and Business, we know he will be a
tremendous asset to our company and look forward to his valuable contribution to our team.
KUNUWANIMANO CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES Has an immediate opening for Capacity Development Director Kunuwanimano is a not-for-profit child and family services agency offering services in a holistic manner to strengthen children and families in their own communities in the context of their unique cultural heritage. We expect significant growth within the next 2 years as the Agency has obtained approval for designation to become a child welfare agency (Children's Aid Society). We are looking for a motivated individual to oversee the development of the Agency's capacity towards moving into becoming a mandated Children's Aid Society, to successfully enter into and complete Phases 1 & 2 of the Children's Aid Assessment Review, and to implement processes to address the findings of the said Phases. The successful candidate will possess the following Core Competencies: -
From left to right, Tracey Vezina, Executive Assistant; Allen Coulter, Controller; Ryan Bignucolo, President; Lina Card, Business Clerk.
Curling season wraps up A n o t h e r curling season has come to an end. After a hard playoff the Monday night winners are skip Adam Gionet, third Michel Sylvestre, second Yvon Noel and lead Joanne Mione, The Wednesday night winners are skip
Robert Jean, third Kim Jean, second Yvon Noel and lead Joanne Mione. Congratulations to the WINNERS. We wood like to thank all the people who donated time, food and helped out during the season.
Special thanks goes out to Yvon Noel and Te r r y L e g g e f o r looking after the ice and the Curling Club. Special thanks to Gaston Demers for removing the ice with his backhoe. See you next year.
Comprehensive Communication (oral and written) skills. Strong Leadership Characteristics, Good Judgment and is able to function in a Teamwork environment. Strong analytical skills with experience using Results Based Orientation process. Demonstrated ability to interpret and apply legislation including the Child and Family Services Act, specifically Part X, Education Act, Youth Justice, and the Criminal Code of Canada. Comprehensive working knowledge and understanding of First Nations governing structures and processes. Demonstrated organizational skills and ability to maintain satisfactory records and perform duties within strict time requirements. Demonstrated ability to work within Ministry guidelines and budgets, including strong project management and financial skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently, and provide contributions to the management team in their objective to obtain Agency goals. Possess professional ability to liaise between various Ministries, Kunuwanimano and other stakeholders. Exudes a high degree of professionalism and self confidence and is able to perform Group Facilitation, and speak publicly. Possess computer skills for daily operations and is familiar with various Child Welfare Information systems. Experience in a Windows Server environment is required. Comprehensive working experience in the area of Customer Service with a minimum of five (5) years management experience. Extensive working knowledge of First Nation's Native Child Welfare with a minimum of five (5) years of professional working experience in the field. Demonstrated ability and understanding of key concepts relating to Resource Management and Change Management.
Skills and Abilities Willingness to work flexible hours and/or travel extensively. Speak Cree/Ojibwe an asset. Valid Ontario Drivers License.
Monday night winners, Yvon Noel, Joanne Mione, Adam Gionet and Michel Sylvestre.
Candidates will require a minimum of either a University degree in Social Work or Business Administration or possess equivalent experience. Preference will be given to individuals with extensive child welfare or management background. Detailed job description is available upon request. Please send resumes including references and salary expectations by Wednesday, April 11, 2007 by email to email@example.com or by mail to: Human Resources Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services 210-119 Pine Street South Timmins, Ontario, P4N 2K3 Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
Wednesday night winners, Joanne Mione, Robert Jean, Kim Jean and Gaston Demers.
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MOMENTS FROM THE PAST
The present clubhouse of Kebsquasheshing Golf Club was placed on location in 1927. During the past 50 years it has served its members very well. Many fond memories will remain when the building is gone.
You are cordially invited to join us for the
Grand Opening of the Chapleau Innovation Centre on Friday April 13th, 2007 at 1:00 pm.
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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.
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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
24 HOUR TOWING CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE - PONTIAC - BUICK - GEO
TRAVIS GENDRON Sales Consultant P.O. Box 710 Wawa, Ontario P0S 1K0
FAX: (705) 856-4290 BUS: (705) 856-2394 RES: (705) 856-1185
APPLIANCE REPAIRS COLLINGS APPLIANCE SERVICE
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We also pick up old fridges for disposal
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DOWNTOWN MEDICAL CENTRE CENTRE MÉDICAL DU CENTRE-VILLE Dr Isenberg/Dr Levenstein/Dr Shapiro
OFFICE HOURS FOR HEURES D'OUVERTURE POUR
APRIL/AVRIL 2007 Sun/dim 1 Apr.
15 Apr 22 Apr
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. P.O. Box 400 Fox Lake Reserve Chapleau, Ontario P0M 1K0 Ph (705) 864-0784 Fax (705) 864-1760 email@example.com
Employment Opportunity Administrative Support Technician The Chapleau Cree First Nation is seeking a highly motivated, multi-skilled and experienced person to provide general administrative support and office/ clerical duties for the administrative department of the First Nation. The incumbent must have a demonstrated work background in office procedures, reception duties, records management, addressing public inquiries, financial reconciliation of accounts and be a self starter with exceptional organizational skills. This position is directly responsible to the Band Administrator. The scope of this position requires at least 2 years experience in a similar operation and possession of a valid driver's license is necessary. Post-secondary education in a related field of study is preferred. Detailed position descriptions are available at the Chapleau Cree First Nation Band Office. All person interested in this position are encouraged to apply. Please provide a covering letter with résumé on or before April18, 2007 to: Chapleau Cree First Nation P.O. Box 400 828 Fox Lake Road Fox Lake Reserve Chapleau, ON P0M 1K0 Att: Band Administrator We thank all applicants in advance but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Chapleau Midget Friendship Tournament Thanks the Following Businesses and Individuals Royal Canadian Legion, Aux Trois Moulin Restaurant, Chapleau Cree first Nation - Pimii Kamik Gas Bar, Aux Trois Moulin Motel, Teamsters Rail Conference (Engineers Conductors & Trainmen) Division 319, Chapleau Real Estate, Leisure and Culture Services Department, J&N Signs, Chapleau Home Hardware, Canada Brokerlink, McDougall Fuels, Goffer Coffee Internet Café, Snack Shack, O/A C.J. Burkholder Trucking, 101 Gas Station & Trading Post, O’Riley Investments Limited, Model Drug Store, Northern Credit Union, True North Timber, Chapleau Village Shops - Chapleau Valu-Mart, Royal Bank, Cree Tech, Chapleau Express, Lacroix Bus Lines, Don’s Barber Shop, Superior Machine & Hydraulics Inc, Super Sounds By Bizick, Sylvestre Transport, Valentine Farms Bed & breakfast, Railroad Motel, Rocks Auto Service, Hongrs Bar & Grill, Le Salon, Rio Hobby Inc, The Skate Place, Mel’s Hairdressing Salon, Camille Robitaille Services, Chapleau Co-Generation, Canadian Pacific Railway, C.A.W. Rail Division Lodge # 378, Northern Haul Contracting, Township of Chapleau, Mars’ Garage, Purdy Flowers, Anonymous Donation, and Chapleau Auto parts & Small Engines. A SPECIAL THANKS goes out to the following people Kelsey Scheer, Doug Collins, Tyler Bertrand, Kevin Morris and his Arena Staff, Mayor Earl Freeborn, Eric Gervais, Hockey Parents and Hockey Fans who donated to the Penny Sale, Jennifer Turcotte, Line & Rolf Fuchs, Carla & Bill Guthrie, Toby Hamel, Johanna & Dave Tremblay, Jacque & Shelly Martel, Joyce Dillon, Alana & Bill Scheer, Tracey White, Ashley Sweeney Martin Morin, Mario Fillion, Mark Dillon, Dave O’Hearn and Ray Orton and his team of Referees. An EXTRA SPECIAL THANKS to Sandra Ruffo, Joanne Bryson and Mario Lafreniere who did an excellent job on our programs. If there is anyone that I have forgotten, I will apologize! It wasn’t that you were over looked in the time of need but slipped my mind when it came to Thanking You. Mark Hamel Tournament Chair
KUNUWANIMANO CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES Has an immediate opening for a FAMILY SERVICE WORKER. Location: Brunswick House First Nation in Chapleau, Ontario Kunuwanimano is a not-for-profit child and family services agency offering services in a holistic manner to strengthen children and families in their own communities in the context of their unique cultural heritage. We expect significant growth within the next 2 years as the Agency has obtained approval for designation to become a child welfare agency (Children's Aid Society). We are looking for a motivated individual to address the needs of clients. Requirements: Must have a diploma in Social Services or equivalent and a minimum of 2 years experience in social work. Knowledge of Child and Family Services Act, especially part X; Must have experience in counselling, case management, file maintenance and statistical reporting; Must be conversant with word processors and/or database systems; Must possess good organizational skills; Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills; Must be able to work under minimal supervision; Must be willing to work flexible hours; Must be willing to travel; Must have own reliable vehicle; Must possess a class “G” driver's license; Ability to speak Cree/Ojibwe an asset. Detailed job description is available upon request. Please send resumes including references and salary expectations by Wednesday, April 11, 2007 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Human Resources Kunuwanimano Child and Family Services 210-119 Pine Street South Timmins, Ontario, P4N 2K3 Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.