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Year 116 No. 37 - DRYDEN, ONTARIO - WEDNESDAY, SEpTEmbER 11, 2013
City rebuffs business group
They call him ‘The Skateman’ See pg. 9
By Jon thompson
Union merger affects 7,000 regional workers See pg. 7 DRHC staff remember Mark Dahmer See pg. 5
Gearing up for free
Dryden Ice Dog Dane Feeney helps Sonya Denzler outfit herself with the dizzying array of equipment she needs to get involved in hockey at the Mayor’s Committee for Children and Youth’s Hockey Gear Swap, hosted by Dryden Memorial Arena during Registration Night, Sept. 4. Partners in the program included McTaggarts and the Dryden Mission who accepted donations, as well as the OPP who will distribute remaining hockey gear to interested northern communities. Photo by Chris Marchand
DHS golfers win season opener tournament at home See pg. 11
ELA funding stabilizes
Kevin Raine scores invite to Maple Leaf’s main camp See pg. 11
By Jon thompson The groundwork and funding are now in place to ensure the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA) can operate under Ontario’s watch until a long-term agreement with a third party is reached. During a Sept. 2 visit to Kenora, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Manitoba Premier Greg Salinger announced a Memorandum Of Understanding has been signed between the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and both senior levels of government. The $2 million annual funding commitment and memorandum announcement came a day after negotiating authority for the 58lake, whole-ecosystem research facility officially passed from the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) to the provincial Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR). For its part, Manitoba vowed to contribute $900,000 to the IISD. Wynne said the second signed agreement in four months provides assurance to the scientific community that Ontario will back ongoing research at ELA. “The former agreement was an C agreement to negotiate. The scientists were quite exercised that we hadn’t come into a long-term c agreement. Now we’ve committed $2 million a year for five years, so there’s some stability now,” Wynne said. “We’re going to make sure we provide the operating dollars and we’re part of the ongoing discussion of how to get to a long-term, stable position.” Outstanding issues between
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The City will not put the newly formed Business Group behind the wheel of this autumn’s Operational and Service Review. City Council was battered on Sept. 9 after a Sept. 4 Business Group meeting where tempers flared over a miscommunication regarding the degree of involvement the private sector expected to have in the review. At last week’s meeting, Business Group spokesperson Norm Bush stood before six blank flowchart sheets whose titles were drawn directly from the categories Ontario prescribes for Operational and Service Reviews such as the one Dryden will undergo over the next 10 weeks. He urged business leaders among the 80 people in attendance to sign up under their area of expertise, presuming to form working groups that would assist hired consultants through the review. Elected and administrative representatives of the city rejected that interpretation of its Aug. 12 resolution to accept assistance from the business community to “assist the city” in the review and budget planning for 2014. That led to two hours of critical conversation between members the Business Group and the municipality. Mayor Craig Nuttall presented a candid view of the Dryden’s financial situation. The city is $40 million in debt, equivalent to $10,000 per household. It holds only $160,000 in reserves and is $500,000 short of the end of its $7.5 million line of credit, beyond which it would have to pay 22 per cent interest. Although Nuttall is attempting to influence the Municipal Assessment and Property Corporation (MPAC)’s analysis of Dryden’s Domtar Mill, the city is currently expected to refund $5.4 million in taxes to the company, who is paying $1 million less in taxes this year over last. Despite that assessment, the city is standing by its staff to right Dryden’s fiscal ship. At its Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday, Council reached an informal agreement to meet with the firm leading the service review to review the best way to consult the entire business community. “I’ve heard it referred it to as a ‘bad meeting,’ I’ve heard it referred
the three parties range from exist- here. We want to make it a selfing infrastructure to the long-term sustaining entity and not depenresponsibility for ecological reme- dent on these infusions of cash diation, both of which have been from governments,” explained the responsibility of the federal ELA project manager for IISD, government. Ottawa will remain Mike McCandless. “We’ve seen responsible for some rehabilita- what happened in the past with tion monitoring and removing this when a government changes asbestos from cabins whose gut- direction so if it’s a well managed ting drew national attention last operation, it should be able to overcome things like this in the winter. “The federal government con- future.” Mike Paterson has taken a tinues to be substantially involved in the experimental lakes because, senior fellow position with IISD one, we’re going to be in the recov- after retiring from his job as an ery of some of the lakes that have ELA scientist two years ago. His been in operation there,” said task will be ensuring a smooth Kenora MP Greg Rickford. “Two, transition for the roughly 20 scias I’ve always said, there are and entists the federal government there may well continue to be sci- currently employs. entists who continue to work (at “I think it’s really important ELA) who are working on grants that a signficant fraction of that they’ve received through federal group will come over. That’s funding – so full partners.” As it develops its research pro- important to retain the expertise operations knowledge. gram for 2014 and beyond, the and They’re really knowledgeable peoIISD believes its taking on the ple. To start a new ELA without ELA will make the worldrenowned natural laboratory those people would be very difficult.” stronger than ever. Parties hope to reach a final IISD plans to develop an advisory board inclusive of local and agreement by March 31, 2014. First Nations interests, which will be balanced by a board representing scientists. Its staff intends ment of the Ontario to continue all active By dryden observer Staff Provincial Police found 67 experiments with A post-mortem exam year-old William Reimer the potential to will determine the cause of fundraise and death of a Vermilion Bay unresponsive behind the wheel of his stock car after increase operations. man who passed away the vehicle left the track “We are working toward having it be while driving a stock car at during a race. EMS removed the driself-sustaining after the Emo Speedway, Sept. 7. EMS and members of ver from his race car and five years. That’s what’s driving us the Fort Frances detach- began resuscitation efforts
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MPP to focus on mass-transit petition, private-members bill
By Jon Thompson The NDP propped up the Liberal provincial budget this spring amid a series of promises on decreasing the cost of auto insurance and installing a new financial accountability office. As she heads back to Queen’s Park for the fall session, Kenora-Rainy River MPP Sarah Campbell wants to ensure those promises are kept. While the Liberals have committed to the NDP insistence on shaving 15 per cent from auto insurance costs, the minority government has intends to phase in the plan over two years with an immediate 8 per cent cut. Campbell anticipates Ontarians will save $100 this year and another $100 next year if reduction plans follow through. “I would have liked to have seen it happening right away but it’s about compromise,” she
“...they have gridlock and we’re sensitive to that but it doesn’t mean we can afford to pay for it...” -Sarah Campbell, Kenora Rainy-River MPP explained. “I don’t want it to be all or nothing.” After a series of what she called the Liberals’ “financial missteps, to put it lightly,” the local MPP is ambitious about the potential of the province’s first financial accountability office as a means of ensuring the government acts in good faith.
“Time and time again, when northerners need something, we’re always told we have to present a business case,” she said. “It has to be financially viable to get investment in our region, yet in other ridings, there seems to be an infinite amount of money they can throw at things. Having this officer, we’ll have someone looking over the shoulder of the government, whether it’s the Liberals, the (Progressive) Conservatives or the NDP.”
Much of Campbell’s summer has been spent knocking on doors and developing petitions to preempt what she sees as a likelihood that the province will ask all Ontarians to financially support mass transit development in Toronto and Hamilton. “Any of us who have been to downtown Toronto know they have gridlock and we’re sensitive to that but it doesn’t mean we can afford to pay for it,” Campbell said. “By and large, we don’t have access to public transportation so we rely on having our own personal vehicles in everything from gasoline to insurance and it would be hitting us twice…. It’s easier to influence the decision before it’s made rather than calling on the government to reverse the decision.” Although its content is still under development, Campbell also intends to introduce a yet-to-be defined private member’s bill on Nov. 21.
Bears tree bowhunter for extended stay By dryden observer Staff A pack of bears turned the tables on a bowhunter over the weekend, stranding him in a tree stand for hours. Dryden OPP received an 11 p.m. call from a camp owner, Saturday, Sept. 7, that a hunter had
left for a tree stand around 2:30 p.m. and had not returned. The camp owner went to check on him and learned that he had four cubs and three adult bears around the stand not allowing him out of the tree. Officers were met at the landing off of Detour Point Road
and were escorted across the lake by the camp owner. The officers along with the camp owner entered the wooded area where they were baiting
the bears and successfully removed the hunter from the tree without incident. No shots were fired and there were no injuries reported.
to as a ‘coup attempt.’ I was disappointed in the meeting. If that’s an example of how that group is going to help Dryden, I don’t see that as helping. It was a no-win situation for anyone,” said Coun. Brian Collins, who stressed he trusted the spirit of the effort but criticized the group’s lack of structure. “I along with other people, think that the KPMG people should have some sort of business focus group...They should be going to the business community for input as they should go to the education, as they should go to the municipal taxpayers as they should go to residents of Barclay in East Dryden for their input as well but at this point in
time, I can’t get my head around what we would do with that nebulous group.” No one from the Business Group was present at Council’s meeting but Bush said he understands the business community will continue to have “a lot of input” into the process. “I think it’s encouraging that the door has been opened and the city is listening to the business community but we really represent the citizens in town, some of which own businesses in town. I’m encouraged,” he said. “The state of our financials is such that there’s no room for hurt feelings. What people need to do is learn to work together, listen to each other, put personal feelings aside and get off the personal agenda stuff. That’s my feelings on it.”
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Service level review needs cooler heads ell that was awkward wasn’t it? W After months of inviting the public to not only take an interest but an active role in the future of their community, I think Dryden City Council walked the razor’s edge over how to respond to the Dryden Business Group’s intent to insert themselves into the service level review process. While being denied a working role in the process will certainly inspire outrage among supporters of the business group, I believe council arrived at the only reasonable conclusion. I’m wary of being overly critical of the Dryden Business Group. I think most people would agree that those who care about their community and are motivated to act are to be commended. That said, unelected people who seek influence over important political decisions are walking into dubious territory, regardless of the purity of their intentions. There was something a bit stinky about it all. While I have no doubt any member of the business group would vigorously argue that its intent was to apply some heavyweight skill-sets in our community to an overwhelming problem, that much could have (and still can) be done behind the scenes. The bold and public way this group asserted its presence seemed to have been built on a foundation of non-confidence in our duly elected leadership and a belief that the city presently does not have the skills or expertise to get the job done itself. If I sat on council I’d have a hard time interpreting it any other way. Last week’s heated public meeting invited a measure of hubris on the Business Group. Now, if I had a nickel for the crushed spirits of every concerned citizen with plans to shake up city hall with their old-fashioned gumption, who discover their brand of common sense doesn’t work in the context of local government, why... I could buy myself a membership with the Chamber of Commerce. Government culture is a stubborn beast that responds best to those who learn to operate its own set of unique levers instead of trying in vain to bend it to their will. It’s a different system, one with its own relative common sense. Take the issue of consultants, for example — whose price tags drive the public into muttering revolutionaries. In this case, perhaps more than any other, I’d argue that a consultant would be essential to the service review process. The coffeeshop critics like to parrot the throwaway line: consultants are people whom you pay to tell you what you already know. It’s true, albeit an oversimplification. It glosses over some of the more relevant details, which might be expressed as, consultants are individuals whom you pay to objectively examine your situation from the outside then accept a measure of the responsibility for recommending unpopular decisions you already knew you had to make. For the taxpayers’ sake it is important that service levels in our community are considered without prejudice, heightened emotions, local bias and conflict of interest. That’s difficult to achieve among ourselves. We are frustrated and in many ways blinded by our self-interest and our ties to others in the community. Talking about which city departments need to be cut down to size has become the local pastime. A fresh set of eyes is essential. For politicians who are accountable to the public, opinions well-versed in the municipal affairs not only offer sound, research-based reasoning to fall back upon when questioned, they offer the allimportant distance needed to arrive at the best decision for Drydenites. Chris Marchand
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Registration Night Kids and parents clamoured to sign up for a wide array of activities from sports to arts and culture at the annual fall registration night, held in Arena 2, Sept. 4 at Dryden Memorial Arena. Photo by Chris Marchand
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Business group should participate in review To the editor: In general I am very supportive of our council. They have a tough job to do. It is not one that I wish to tackle. I would like to comment on the interaction between the council and
the Dryden Business Council. The DBC is composed of professionals and business people that share their best interests with the town’s best interests. A professional consulting firm would be blessed
to have such individuals working for them and indeed these people are likely as qualified, or more qualified than those provided by a consulting firm. If council feels they must pay for advice, I am
sure a deal could be reached with a consulting firm to hire the DBC to perform the consultation service and bill it to the town. Dave Powell Dryden
More Driving While Distracted e all are ‘distracted’ much of W the time while driving. It could be arguing with our spouse, or the smarmy voice on the GPS insisting we make a ‘legal U-turn’, or trying to find something on the radio, or listening to a talking book, or grooving on our favourite tune, or talking politics on the CB with another trucker, or admiring the cute chick walking her dog, dressed in what appears to be her underwear, or trying to decide whether that is an eagle or a vulture soaring up there, or maybe an aircraft or even a UFO full of aliens. I could make this list go on forever. Those responsible for the Driving while Distracted law are no doubt busy working on a law to require coffee served through drive-throughs be no hotter than luke warm, or that McDonalds issue an apron with each big mac to catch that pickle that squirts out when you chomp into it.
Or perhaps no eating while driving, and having to decide whether a handful of peanuts or a wad of gum is food. And smoking, my goodness, all that fiddling with fire and ash and smoke, how did they miss banning smoking while driving. They might mandate teenagers must not outnumber adults in a car, then have to decide what is an ‘adult’ – perhaps a 19 year old mother would be considered an adult, certainly the 23 year old with his cap on backwards and
his pants at half-mast should not. They might mandate dog-walkers wear a full-length muu-muu, so they do not distract oglers, perhaps a black one with a head scarf. They could mandate that cars be built so the driver cannot see anything but the road ahead. I could make this list go on forever. The fact is, we need to be distracted, if we focus strictly on the road ahead, ‘road hypnosis’ (aka falling asleep) sets in remarkably quickly and creates its own hazards. The Contrarian view is that laws which unnecessarily intrude into your personal life, like ‘driving while distracted’, are just small steps along the road from free citizens to serfs of the nanny state. Or are steps along the road from the old British justice system of searching for the facts and the truth, to the new American justice system of searching for legal loopholes. But then what do I know?
Baltimore Oriole was surprised to see a male Baltimore Oriole on the road near Lac La Biche, Alberta. I didn't know they would be that far north. When we got to Fort Mac I had a peak in my Stokes guide and found the brightlycoloured birds would be on the northern edge of their territory according to the 2010 range map. Bird blogs say that some species are moving northward as much as 15 miles a year due to climate change, so bird books may not be very accurate when it comes to northern range limits. Baltimore Orioles are unmistakable as they are a black and orange bird the size of a robin. They are named for their colours which are in the family crest of the Baltimore family. The second Baron Baltimore was
the governor of Maryland and Newfoundland in the sixteen hundreds and also has the city of Baltimore named after him. Baltimore Orioles eat fruit, nectar and insects. They like orange slices in a bird feeder. There are sugar water oriole feeders that are made especially for them. The female Baltimore Oriole weaves an elaborate hanging sack
nest that may be renovated yearly and used for many years. Their nests are very high in trees. Two years ago there was a nest in the cottonwood behind Sigurd Olson's Sun Life office that was about forty feet up. Orioles are not rare here, they live high in trees but don't live in thick bush, they prefer the edges of open spaces. Some used to pass behind our house daily for a few summers but they don't live there anymore. They spend their winters in an area from Florida to Columbia and Venezuela. Baltimore Orioles have a distinctive cheery call that people listen for as an indicator of spring. I heard one at Robin Hill Farm a few weeks ago. My friend Sarah said: "Lac La Biche sounds like a swear word" , but biche means a female deer.
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Dahmer ‘courageous’, Hundreds of style gathered ‘selfless’ say staff from all locations By Dryden Observer Staff There are heavy hearts this week at Dryden Regional Health Centre (DRHC) as the hospital mourns the passing of longtime community physician Dr. Mark Dahmer. Hospital CEO Wade Petranik described Dahmer as a courageous and selfless man who dedicated his life to serving others. “This is a very difficult time for the Dryden Regional Health Centre,” said Petranik. “Dr. Dahmer was a remarkably strong man who put his true heart and
soul into everything he was tasked with. He had a significant impact on each of us who had the fortune to work with him or be cared for by him.” Throughbout his career, Dahmer played a significant role in providing essential medical services to the community including: clinic practice, emergency room coverage, inpatient and obstetrical care, teaching and administrative leadership. He had a particular interest in working with the elderly and seniors, and was dedicated to coaching students
and residents who were interested in the medical profession. “Dr. Dahmer was an excellent and caring physician, colleague, teacher, mentor and friend,” remembers DRHC Chief of Staff, Dr. Stephen Viherjoki. “He will be dearly missed by all of the medical staff, clinic and hospital employees.” The staff of DRHC extend their thoughts and prayers to Dr. Mark Dahmer’s wife Linda and his children: Lauren, Kyla, Tessa and Joshua, and his extended family.
9 on 9/9 Dryden’s Joshawa Hatfield celebrated a champagne birthday this past Monday, turning nine years old on the ninth day of the ninth month. Hatfield attends New Prospect School and enjoys baseball, bowling, swimming and hanging out with friends and family. Happy Birthday Joshawa. Photo submitted
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Kusnick Electric expands showroom horizons By Chris Marchand There’s a new option in Dryden for those in search of some unique and eclectic home furnishings. Kusnick Electric is making better use of their lighting showroom area at 187 Grand Trunk Ave. (next to Dairy Queen) to feature a selection of restoration furniture as well as fabrics and supplies for quilting. The expansion allows Joanne Kusnick to bring her talents in furniture ‘picking’ and restoration in the commercial realm, mixing her own pieces among selections from manufacturer Uttermost, home decor accessories and hot appliances such as LED flatscreen fireplaces. “We’re still selling lighting,” said Kusnick. “I guess we just wanted to expand and use our storefront as more of a store. The lights are great and we still sell electrical supplies. It’s a great location and we’ve always wondered what we could sell here that would bring people in.” Kusnick says she’s always on the hunt for
Kusnick Electric’s Joanne Kusnick sits in the showroom of Kusnick Electric which now features a selection of unique furniture and home decor items. Photo by Chris Marchand classic furniture to contemporize. “I’m on the online auctions or at the garage
sales — I just buy anything made of wood. Then I sand it, prime it and paint it. We’re bringing it
back in a different colour. It has that eclectic look.” Kusnick says the quilting supplies will service a
sizabale community of fabric arts practitioners that include herself. “I started quilting a
year ago,” she said. “There was a need for fabric in Dryden, so I just decided to go there.”
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RECYCLING PROGRAM INFORMATION
Please be advised that beginning Monday, August 26 hydrant flushing within the City of Dryden will be ongoing for approximately six weeks. th
If you notice your water is murky or brown, please leave the cold tap running until the water runs clean. This is sediment off the bottom of the pipes due to the flushing. Public Works appreciates your ongoing patience. Dean Walker City of Dryden Water Works Manager
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DAY September 14, 2013 PUBLIC WORKS YARD 159 KING STREET
Recycle collection is scheduled on a bi-weekly basis. B & M Delivery (223-3298) will continue with recycle collection. they will leave any material in the blue box that is not acceptable or recyclable. Blue boxes may be purchased at the Public works Office, 159 King street at a cost of $9.00. if you have any questions please feel free to call B & M Delivery or Public works. Recycle material will not be collected from businesses as part of the residential collection. Commercial recycle collection may be obtained from private contractors who offer this service. the City of Dryden Public works Department would like to remind all residents that in order for recyclable material to be picked up, the proper Recycling Bin or container must be used. this means that the container must be Blue preferably with a recycling slogan or the universal recycling symbol on it. these containers are available to be purchased at numerous businesses throughout Dryden including the Public works office located at 159 King street. Recyclable material not left in proper containers will be left behind. we thank you for your continued support of this environmentally friendly program. For more information and a list of recyclable materials log onto our website at www.dryden.ca or call Public Works at 223-2367. Please ensure the full garbage tag is on bag for pick up. Bags with partial tags will NOT be picked up. SCHEDULE FOR BI-WEEKLY RECYCLING PICK-UP (HAVE BLUE BOX OUT BY 7:00 A.M.) OCtOBeR 2013
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First Nations transparency bill not enough: Citizens’ Coalition By Jon Thompson One dollar at a time, one step at a time, a group alleging corruption among the leadership of regional First Nations is attempting to raise the legal funds to demand transparency. The Treaty 3 Grassroots Citizens Coalition passed through Dryden on its Toonie Walk for Loonie Justice as a few people walked from Lac De Mille Lacs to Winnipeg, looking to raise money to force band transparency through the courts. “We’re trying to acquire enough legal funds so we can challenge our leadership,” said Kelvin Chicago-Boucher, who founded the coalition in 2008. “This is part of our solution to the corrupt practices of our leadership in exploiting a large percentage of our people – especially those living off reserve. They’re not getting their fair share of the money.” In Nov. 2012, Parliament passed C-27, “An Act to enhance the financial accountability and transparency of First Nations.” While Chicago-Boucher sees merit in the bill’s intention to open First Nations finances to band members, he sees a lack of political will to intervene in the internal matters of communities, which results in a lack of enforcement. “If we want a copy of our audits, they charge us a service fee for that,” he explained. “They’re told they have a right to charge a fee for that. If they say, ‘we want to charge $3,000,’ where’s a guy on welfare going to get $3,000? So they say, ‘take it to court.’ Well, where’s a guy going to get $30,000?” For over a year, the coalition’s answer has been the Loonie drive, a crowd sourced initiative to gather enough funds to seek legal counsel and challenge First Nations. “As a group, we’ll have to sit down and decide which First Nation will be the first target we hit. A large percentage of the elders have stated, take on the biggest one you’ve got first because when he crumbles, the rest will crumble,” Chicago-Boucher said. “One of the things that is very scary is the threats that come from
legal counsel, such as ‘if you keep slandering us, we’re going to take you to court and sue you.’ Not only in Lac De Mille Lacs but all across the whole region of Treaty 3 and Saugeen and some of the First Nations up north. They’re not prepared to make those kind of remarks and get taken to court because there’s no way of defending themselves, especially when you’re on a welfare check.” Darlene Necan is an offreserve member of Saugeen First Nation living in Savant Lake among a group of listed band members who have been waiting three decades for housing on the reserve. “Our chief has indicated he has to be careful spending money to offreserve members. It didn’t sound right to me,” she said. “We’ve never seen anything anyway. We’ve never seen the Casino Rama monies. We’re not shown papers. We’re not shown audits. There’s nothing, yet they get to get richer and richer as well as leaders under our convention.”
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The Skateman Iranian Kevin Ebra has world record distances in sight in in-line skating odyssey By Jon Thompson They call him Skateman and he’s rolling toward the world record. After inline skating across his native Iran in 2006 and 2007, then then conquering the perimeter of Turkey, Kevin Ebra is taking on Canada. Ebra spun through Dryden on Sept. 4 as part of a Guinness Book of World Records attempt to skate 6,500 kilometres across Canada. Unlike other cross-country tours, Ebra and his team are zigzagging through the little variations on Canadian highways to ensure he meets the world record book’s standards. Truthfully, he said he has already put the mileage on. Now he has to make it official. His 2012 Turkey skate clocked 6,500 kilometres, beating the Guinness record by 300 kilometres but didn’t make it official. This time, he wants to be sure. “Toronto to Montreal, it was hot. The highway problems, everything,” he said of the trip to this point. “After Ottawa, there’s very small cities, the highways
aren’t busy and I’m very relaxed. Just one big problem is wind. I’m going Toronto to Vancouver. The wind is coming from Vancouver to Toronto. It’s a big problem but I like the wind.” At the age of 10, Ebra first dedicated himself to helping people. By 21, he came to enjoy traveling. He combined the two by skating through Iran twice for Multiple Sclerosis, then raised funds to help Japan recover from the 2010 tsunami as he skated from Toronto to Ottawa. This trip is dedicated to Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation. Donations and raffle entries can be contributed at www.skateman.ca. Ebra’s website ties his journey to the footsteps of Terry Fox, a Canadian icon with an appeal beyond the 49th parallel. “I read Terry Fox,” he said. “(He ran) not for money, not just for cancer, this guy says the world is a big family. This guy says everybody needs to help together, helping other people.“ “We need to help together. Everybody needs to help each other, together.” Photo by Chris Marchand
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KPMG to lead service level review By Jon Thompson Dryden has selected KPMG to lead its Service Level and Operational Review. City Council held a special meeting on Sept. 5 to award the Sudbury-based consulting firm a $70,0000 contract to analyze the municipality and suggest paths to navigate the municipality’s financial crisis. Over three meetings, the Service Level Operational Review Team’s decision matrix approved KPMG at 83.83 per cent, compared to the next closest of the nine bids at 70.5 per cent. The firm has vowed to appear before open council at least three times over the 10-week review to pre-
sent progress updates to the public. It has also committed to providing “value added” adjustment at no charge, including a comparative analysis of municipal compensation for senior management, a compensation asset management plan, consultation on the 2014 operating and capital budgets, the development of policies on procurement of reserve funds as well as reviewing and enhancing the city’s procurement bylaw. “They’re quite optimistic,” said Coun. Shane Mackinnon. ”We, as a community can’t be the walking dead. We can’t look at our community as if we have so many problems that we’ll resolve them. Their job will be to bring
those opportunities and that reality away through a number of different analyses.” Acting city manager Debra Kincaid attributed the firm’s extensive work in northern communities and its experience with First Nations as key selection assets. She said administration has found $62,000 in wages and benefits from vacant administrative positions and is ambitious it can find the remainder to render the project revenue neutral. Project approach and methodology accounted for 35 per cent of the decision matrix and while Kincaid sees maneuverability in KPMG’s approach, she is awaiting a Monday City Council decision to deter-
mine its compatibility with requests from the business community to play a considerable role in the service review “We want to be engaged with the consultant. The project team and council has a lot of say in how that consultation process unfolds. Right now, there’s a lot of flexibility in the consultation process but again, it’s consultation, not necessarily hands-on work. From what I heard at the meeting last night (Sept. 4 Business Group meeting), ‘roll up the sleeves, give us some work to do and report back to council’ versus this review in this time frame is going to be difficult to achieve,” she said. KPMG refused comment.
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Boon: Union merge will result in stronger voice for workers By Jon Thompson
expressed readiness to defend the policy if chalSeven thousand North- lenged under the Charter of western Ontario workers Rights. woke up in a new union “Rather than promoting after Labour Day. more good paying jobs in The Communications, this province, Conservative Energy and Paperworkers leaders like Tim Hudak (CEP) union formally have instead taken the merged with the Canadian wrong headed republican Auto Workers (CAW) over approach to prop up corpothe weekend to form Unifor, rate profits by weakennow Canada’s largest pri- ing unions to achieve lower vate sector union. wages for all Ontario workDelegates at a Toronto ers. As the largest private meeting voted nearly 96 per sector in Canadian history, cent in favour of the merg- Unifor will have the size er, whose membership and resources to take on accounts for 310,000 work- this fight with all Canadiers, nation-wide. ans.” Northwestern Ontario Across Canada, the perCEP represencentage of tative, turned workers repreUnifor nationsented by orgaal representanized labour tive Stephen has been Boon sees the steadily falling opportunity since the free for momentum trade era to shift with a began in the louder voice. 1990s, particu“Unifor will larly in the prib e vate sector. working hard According to to organize H u m a n new members Resources and and to protect -Stephen Boon, skills developthe economic Unifor national ment Canada, rights of our representative 31.5 per cent of members by Canadian working diliemployees gently to belonged to a ensure safer union or were covered by a workplaces, secure employ- collective agreement in ment, wages and benefits 2012. That figure has fallen that provide a decent stan- from nearly 34 per cent in dard of living and dignity 1997. While 71 per cent of and respect in the work- public sphere work is place,” he said in a release. unionized across Canada, “Besides the more tradi- unions represent only 16 tional role of per cent of private sector bargaining contracts and labourers. Positions repreorganizing new members, senting union work in Unifor will have the Ontario have a $6.19 wage resources to shape the polit- advantage to non-unionical debate.” ized positions doing the The political debate is same job. flaring across the United “As the gap between the States, where “right to rich few and all the rest of work” legislation has us continues to grow, struck a blow to organized the end result is downward labour’s membership. Boon pressure on all wages and a contends states with what further erosion of the midhe calls “long-time antidle class in this country,” union” laws saw dramatic drops in wage levels and Boon said. “I know that tens of thousands of job many non-Union employees see this as a union issue losses, in extreme cases. He accused provincial and don’t see this as PC leader Tim Hudak of their problem, but the realpromising to bring the ity is union wages often set “wrong-headed Republican the the bar so any union approach” north of the bor- wage spiral would undoubtder, a proposal he sees as a edly see non-Union workthreat to the middle class. If er wages decline as well. It elected, the PCs have com- should be clear that the mitted to renegotiating all move to a more US style of public sector contracts — polarized political parties regardless of their stage of and far right agendas is completion – and have everyone’s problem.”
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Raine scores invite to Leafs main camp By chris Marchand Dryden’s Kevin Raine has scored an invitation to the Toronto Maple Leafs main training camp and all anyone can talk about is his new haircut. The freshly-coiffed Raine and the rest of the Maple Leafs rookie squad got the nod from The Toronto Marlies head coach after a great performance at the NHL rookie tournament. Joining a roster stocked with many of his former London Knights teammates, the Sudbury Wolf found a spot on the highlight reel with a big hit against the Chicago Blackhawks rookie squad. “The Leafs staff were really happy with every-
one’s showing,” said Raine. “After our last game Steve Spott came in to give us a bit of a pat on the back and told us that we were all going to main camp.” Maple Leafs main camp begins Wednesday. Just prior to the NHL rookie tournament, Raine had spent a tough 10 days in Omsk, Russia with his Sudbury Wolves at the Junior Club World Cup tournament where they failed to defend their championship title with a 1-3 record. “It was a humbling experience because we are the favored team in the East,” said Raine. “It was good to get our guys in check. We know now that we have
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Kevin Raine work to do and maybe we’re not as good as we thought but we can get there.” Raine said it was an interesting exposure to a more European style brand of hockey. “It’s a really different style over there — not so physical,” he said. “I had a lot of fun because those guys aren’t that used to getting hit like that.”
The DHS boys golf team kicked off their NorWOSSA season by winning their host tournament at Eagles Landing with five players shooting in the 70s. The team was led by Trey Palermo placing first in the individual competition with a 75, followed by Josh Kitt in second with a 76 and Adam Getson tied for third at 77. Kirk Markowski shot a 78 for the day placing sixth followed closely by Cam Zappitelli in seventh with a score of 79. Eagles Wade Penner and Keith Wrolstad each shot a 102. The team’s next action will be Thursday in Red Lake. The Eagles sit in first place in the NorWOSSA team standings with a 31-shot lead over their closest rivals Beaver Brae from Kenora. In the girl’s division Jenna Poirier of Queen Elizabeth H.S. won the 18 hole division carding a 95 with Allyson Gula from Red Lake placing first in the 9 hole division with a 57.
Adam Getson tees off. Photo by Chris Marchand
From left: Trey Palermo, Josh Kitt, Cam Zappitelli, Adam Getson, Kirk Markowski, Wade Penner and Keith Wrolstad.
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Eagles struggle against Daniel Mac in season opener on road Submitted by Geoff Zilkalns
Robert Kopytek-Mackenzie makes a save during Dryden Icedogs training camp, Saturday at Dryden Memorial Arena. Photo by Jon Thompson
Kopytek-Mackenzie to start By Jon Thompson Last year’s backup goalie has landed the starting job between the pipes for the Dryden Ice Dogs. Mississauga-born Robert Kopytek-Mackenzie has been called to start the Dogs’ 2013-2014 season after a three-day training camp last weekend. “When called upon, I thought he played well so obviously, you hope you can give him more but I’m a believer that goalies need to be pushed,” said Ice Dogs coach, Paul MacLean. “Even at the pro level, they need to be pushed so they need to be
pushed here, too.” The 19-year-old played in 10 games last season, emerging with a 4.07 Goals Against Average and a 0.866 Save Percentage. There were only four games including the playoffs in which the 6’4” backup goalie didn’t take to the ice at all but MacLean anticipates Kopytek will build confidence as the team’s go-to net minder this season. “I think his strength is the paddle down, stretching across post-to-post. He’s so big, there’s not a lot of room to find on him. For a big guy, he’s fairly mobile.
He’s a big goalie and he moves pretty good.” Backing him, the Ice Dogs have tapped Chicago’s Terry Hughes who recorded a 7.11 Goals Against Average with a 0.832 Save Percentage with the Lefroy Wave in Southern Ontario’s outlaw Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League in 20122013. “He’s 20 (years old) so he’s going to have to push Robbie,” MacLean explained. “He’s going to have to be a guy we can count on to win us some games and he knows that on the way in.”
The inconsistency that comes with inexperience was on full display at Daniel Mac Collegiate Friday when the DHS Eagles opened their 2013 football season. The contest opened with the Eagles recovering their own kickoff and setting up their offence in great field position. After beginning with a penalty, the Eagles found their rhythm and marched the ball down the field for a Braydon Hansson 10 yard TD run. Patrick Pareis kicked the conversion for a quick 7-0 lead before the game was 5 minutes old. The lead An image from a recent Dryden Eagles football practice on would not last long, howev- Harry McMaster field, Sept. 2. Photo by Chris Marchand er. Daniel Mac answered then became a factor and, when Braydon decisively on their first play from scrim- Hansson hit Bruce Anderson for the eightmage with a 65 yard pass that beat the one yard TD pass, there was just not enough on one coverage. Before the quarter ended time to catch up. the Maroons tacked on a second score, Young linebackers Jacob Bilous and Gunthough with troubles in their kicking game, nar Anderson displayed impressive closing they led only 13-7. speed and hitting power in their first league Dryden, fielding only 33 players to start action. Combined with the big play ability of with, was forced to adapt as two veterans, Jed Benham, Doug Taylor and Patrick expected to be key performers, were injured Pareis in the front seven, the DHS “D in the second frame. Defensively the team “showed growth as the game went on. played spirited football but the Maroons On the other side of the ball, 8 of 12 posibegan to win the field position battle as Dry- tions were manned by new players for most den’s offence sputtered. After running in a of the game. Liam Wrolstad perhaps had third major and successfully adding a two the most noticeable learning as he gained point conversion, DMCI took a 21-7 lead almost 100 yards from scrimmage by the into the half. days end. The second half saw a more balanced conNext for the Eagles is a rematch with the test as each side added a touchdown and rival Beaver Brae Broncos on Thursday in moved the football. Dryden’s best chance to Kenora. Both teams come in with 0-1 change the outcome fizzled when, on third records after Kenora was defeated by Elmand goal from the Maroon 4 yard line, Dry- wood in their opener. Coaches expect a close, den’s field goal attempt was blocked. Time exciting contest.
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Cookbook project a personal journey By Chris Marchand As one spends their life collecting friends, Florence LaPointe has spent hers also collecting recipes for friends’ best dishes on scraps of paper to add to her own library of down-to-earth culinary desires. “Each and every recipe that was given to me, whether it was on a page or on a ripped up piece of paper, reminded me of how lucky I have been to have had so many wonderful fiends over the years. I have a story to tell of each person and the recipes they have given me. Who would think a recipe could mean so much to one person.” LaPointe will appear at Novel Ideas this month. The book is a compilation of over 400 recipes and the result of years of work by LaPointe who adds she threw herself into the project while coping with the loss of her mother. “This is what I’ve done with my life for the past two years,” she says. “I did it in her memory. She was a very good cook and she didn’t have
“Each and every recipe, whether it was given to me on a page or on a ripped up piece of paper, reminded me of how lucky I have been to have had so many wonderful friends over the years..” -Florence LaPointe,
have in your kitchen. My mother could make something from nothing.” Initially produced solely for family, LaPointe says her grandson took a copy of the completed digital files to an Edmonton-based publisher and surprised her with a professionally-designed book. Among her favourite recipes in the book is a dessert that is very hard to get just right. “One of my prized possessions is that ‘White Christmas Cake’ recipe,” said LaPointe. “It’s taken quite a few years to get it because the lady who made that cake lives near Orillia. White Christmas Cakes are hard to make, they seem dry — they’re not like the dark fruitcakes. This one, when it comes out of the oven, it’s moist like it’s been sitting for days.”
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that much to cook with. They weren’t very well off in those days, so a lot of these recipes are what you
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Ty Baynton at Pappy’s, Sept. 16 Pappy’s Café at Green Achers of Wabigoon is pleased to present up and coming country performer Ty Baynton for an 8 p.m. concert, Sept. 16. Baynton’s recent single Canadian Country Boy is an anthem for Canadians across the nation and is going to be followed up by more up-
beat country tunes from his new CD, released this past summer. picked up a guitar at the age of 14 and had written his first song and began taking the stage by 15. Ty recently completed his first tour, kicking it off with a show at Canadian Music Week with stops at venues along the way until finally reaching Calgary.
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Dryden area’s Dorthy Shupe has poured a lifelong love of poetry and prose into a self-published collection of her work. Shupe will greet friends and family and whoever may take an interest in her work at an upcoming book signing at Novel Ideas later this month. Seventy-seven year-old Shupe says preserving her
A poem by Dorthy Shupe
I went out to my garden, just as the dawn was breaking To get myself some veggies, that were ready for the taking The sun was slowly rising with its ray all shining round When the silence it was broken by a gnawing, crunching sound
Dryden area resident Dorthy Shupe holds a copy of her collection of her recently produced poetry compilation. Shupe will host a book signing at Novel Ideas, Sept. 26 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Staff Photo
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Shupe unveils poetry collection efforts for posterity is the main reason for compiling selections from an interest in writing that has spanned nearly six decades. “Ninety-percent of them are fun poems — there’s nothing too serious,” said Shupe. “My Dad wrote poetry and when they sold the farm the poetry book got lost. We have no record of his poetry at all and I didn’t want that to happen. People
Insects were feasting everywhere, it’s what a garden fears There were wire worms in the onions, corn borers in the corn Slugs were eating lettuce as I stood there so forlorn
There were maggots in the radish and in the turnips too The cauliflower was invaded by butterflies light blue There were green worms in
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have been telling me for years I should do a poetry book. I decided that maybe now was the time to do it.” Each poem an invitation into her soul, Shupe says that inspiration struck in all sorts of places. “I could be sitting in front of the TV and something would strike my fancy,” she said. “I wrote my favourite, Nature’s Beauty’, one day in the boat.”
My Garden the cabbage, beetles in the spuds Hornets sucking strawberries like they were slurping suds
My blood was slowly boiling because they think they have the right To come into my garden and eat everything in sight I rushed off to the storage shed and got the DDT I’ve got news for all these bugs, this garden is for me
Canadian Mint issues Superman inspired coins
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September 8 - September 14 ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, you may not like scheduling too many things in advance, but sometimes it pays to plan and let others know your schedule so their minds are at ease.
LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, your heart is set on a lofty goal, but you recognize all the hard work necessary to make that goal a reality. Give it your best shot, and you will be glad you did.
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SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 A friend or partner could open up a window of opportunity for you, Sagittarius. Make the most of this opportunity, and success will soon follow. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Don't be too hard on yourself if you don't get much done this week, Capricorn. There are many enticing distractions, and you can afford to devote some time to trivial pursuits. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, this week may allow you to have your cake and eat it, too. Friends may be envious of your luck, so be sure to share some of your good fortune with those around you. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, devote ample time to your personal life this week. A few things need sorting out, so don't hesitate to put other matters on the back burner.
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Obituaries Daphne Sheila Joy Eddison – 1940 - 2013
James Victor (Vic) Johnson – 1946 – 2013
ence of her Lord and Saviour with her family at her side on Sunday, Sept 1, 2013 at DRHC. Daphne was predeceased by her Grandson Dustin (Dut) Rouillard, 2010, sister Margaret Hughes, 2012 and earlier by her parents Ray and Jenny Norman and inlaws William and Mary Eddison. Daphne is survived by her husband Doug, her children: Lando (Joy), Don (Lavonne), Hollis (Angela), Whyman (Nancy), Sheena (Murray) of Thunder Bay On, Shawn (Sandra) of Millbrook On, Jackie, Lindy (Eleanor) by 15 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. She was born on April 18, 1940 in Roddickton, Newfoundland. Daphne and Doug were wed on Nov 22, 1955. Doug and Daphne relocated their family to Dryden in 1979.
He was predeceased by his parents, Axel and Jean Johnson, and parents-inlaw, Gordon and Eleanor Alcock. Vic worked for the Dryden Regional Airport, retiring after 37 years. He made many lasting friendships with his coworkers. Vic valued time spent with family, supporting the kids in their various activities, helping brothers with building and renovation projects, and spending time with the grandchildren. Vic loved the outdoors. He enjoyed time spent at the cabin on Rugby Lake, as well as activities such as fishing, hunting and snow machining. In the 1960s he played in a band called the Dryden Hillbillies. He spent many hours at the bowling centre. He enjoyed woodworking, his most prized project being a cradle for his grandson Lachlan. He was a proud member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Oxdrift Branch #41 for 40 years, holding many positions in the branch as well as zone, district and provincial offices.
In Loving memory of Daphne Sheila Joy Eddison, age 73, who passed away into the pres-
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Daphne had fought many health issues over the years and was a very strong lady. Daphne will be missed by her family and friends. Visitation was held Tuesday September 3, 2013 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Dryden Community Funeral Home’s Chapel. A Funeral Service was held on Wednesday September 4, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. at the Full Gospel Church with Pastor Jonathan King officiating. Interment to follow at the Dryden Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire donations can be made to the Diabetes Association through the Dryden Community Funeral Home 249 Government Rd, Dryden, ON P8N 2X3. Expressions of sympathy can be emailed to email@example.com Subject: Eddison.
It is with such sadness we announce the passing of our dearest sister Renee, Sunday, August 25, in Cranbrook, BC., with her family at her side. Renee has been reunited with her beloved husband of 49 years. Sadly, Lewis passed away just one week earlier, August 18, also in Cranbrook. Renee was born and raised in Dryden, where she took her schooling and where she met Lewis, the love of her life. She and Lewis were married in Dryden, moving to BC shortly afterwards and settling first in Prince George, and then Castlegar, where they lived happily for many
years raising their two sons. Throughout her life Renee enjoyed painting and various crafts. She had a great love for nature, especially birds, and in her younger healthier years spent many happy hours working outdoors and tending her gardens. Renee was predeceased by her parents, Charles and Gertrude Latimer of Dryden, ON. Left to mourn the loss of their dear Mother are her two sons: Michael (Lynda) of Cranbrook, BC, and Nick (Karen) of Delta, BC, as well as her four grandchildren. She will always be so sadly missed by her two sisters: Barbara Hampe of Prince George, BC and Marcey Taggart of Caledon, ON her brother Blake (Debbra) Latimer of Dryden as well as her lifelong friend Janet Northcott, of Dryden. A private family gathering was held in Cranbrook, to share memories of our dear sister. After so many years of illness and pain Renee is now at peace.
THANK YOU The family of the late Wilbert Tuckey would like to thank all those people who were so supportive during this difficult time: Matt Queau at Stevens Funeral Home, Rev. Hewitt Holmes, the choir & the ladies of the First United Church. Thank you to those who visited, brought food, cards, flowers and gave donations in Wilbert’s memory. We would like to especially recognize those who made Wilbert’s last days more comfortable, Dr. Moir, Dr. Cook, Susan Paquette, Crystal Gregor & all the great nursing staff at DRHC. You are all a credit to your profession. We would also like to recognize Dr. Dahmer for his many years of taking care of Wilbert. Clara, Audrey, Len, Norma, Richard, Wendy & Families
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The family of Mary Stark (Fairall) would like to thank everyone for their support, prayers, donations of food, flowers and cards. Sincere thanks to the people who travelled so far to be with us, as we said our final good-bye. The donations made in Mary’s name to the Second Chance Pet Network, Waldhof Hall and to St. Luke’s Anglican Church were greatly appreciated. Thank-you to the compassionate, caring nurses at both the TBRH and the DRHC who made her last days so comfortable. A special thank-you to Doctor Gagnon, who always cared for Nanny with gentleness and kindness and to Father Dick for his guidance and comforting words. “ A precious life, a beautiful memory, love you forever”.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of James Victor (Vic) Johnson on August 30, 2013. He was 66 years old. Vic is survived by his wife Charron of 42 years, his daughter Cheryl (Brett) McCallum and Axel (Nancy) Johnson, and four grandchildren, Cassidy and Axel Johnson, Maeve and Lachlan McCallum. He will be dearly missed by brothers Martin (Clara), Mel (Heather) and Rod (Gerianne) as well as brothers-in-law Gord (Diane), Jamie (Kelly), and Dan (Cindy) Alcock, and many special nieces and nephews.
Vic liked to travel. He loved to get in the vehicle and explore Canada. HE traveled to both coasts, putting his feet into the ocean. He even found the adventure in taking a wrong turn or taking a shortcut down a less traveled road. There was no Visitation as cremation had taken place. A Memorial Service was held Friday September 6th, 2013 at 11:00 am at the Dryden Community Funeral Home’s Chapel with Pastor Hewitt Holmes officiating. To be followed by a Legion Service with Honour Guard. Interment of ashes was in the Oxdrift Cemetery. If friends so desire, donations may be made to the DRHC Oncology Department or Tamarac House through the Dryden Community Funeral Home 249 Grand Trunk Ave., Dryden, ON P8N 2X3 Expressions of Sympathy may be sent to email@example.com Subject heading: Johnson
Dr. Mark Dahmer
Passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones, on Saturday, September 7, 2013 at Grand River Hospital, Kitchener after a long and courageous battle with cancer, at the age of 55. Beloved husband of 32 years to Linda Dahmer (nee Fobel). Cherished and devoted father of Lauren, Kyla (Réal Tetrault), Tessa and Joshua. Dear son of Jack Dahmer (Judith) and the late Carol Dahmer (nee Fox). Loving brother of Doug (Nancy), Meribeth Barron (Bob) and Carol Anne Uhrig.Survived by brothers and sisters-inlaw; Richard Fobel (Maribeth), Doris Akitt (Rod) and Moni Capindale (Dave) and many aunts,
uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.Predeceased by his father and mother-inlaw Arthur and Lydia Fobel. Mark was born in Orillia, Ontario, and moved to Kitchener at the age of 11. He and Linda were married in 1981, and he graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1983. They moved to Dryden in 1986 where he began to work for the Dingwall Medical Group as a family physician. They welcomed their first born in July, 1987 and never looked back! What began as a two year contract became a lifelong commitment to Dryden and its people. His ultimate goal was sharing Jesus with as many people as possible, and his concern for patients' spiritual as well as their physical well being set him apart. He received the prestigious Council Award from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario in 2011. He held a number of positions including the Medical Director at Patricia Gardens, the Head of
Emergency Department, and Lead Physician at the Dingwall Clinic. He was also a very active member of his Church where he acted as Head Elder or Chairman as well as helping with youth, leading Bible studies and cooking as part of the men's breakfast group. He loved life in the small town environment, especially its access to water. He loved downhill skiing, sailing, boating, waterskiing, as well as golfing, squash, curling, volleyball, and walking his beloved dogs before his illness made it impossible for him to participate. He also had a great love for travel, and developed a great fondness for cruising. A memorial service will be held at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, on Friday September 13 at 11:00am. Reception to follow. Cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, donations to Our Saviour Lutheran ChurchBuilding Fund would be appreciated by the family. For expressions of sympathy please contact www.henrywalser.com.
NOTICE OF HERBICIDE APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that Hydro One Networks Inc. – Forestry Services will be commencing brush control operations in your vicinity. The work will include the selective treatment of undesirable vegetation that would, if left, grow into our Rural Distribution Lines. The work will be completed using brush saws, backpack sprayers and mechanical brush cutters to minimize the re-growth of the brush. Every effort will be made to leave compatible low growing vegetation, which will assist in reducing future maintenance requirements. Location of work & Feeder: All Hydro One Rural Distribution Lines from the Hydro One Distribution Station on Latimer Road heading North to the Salton Rd junction, including Pollard Rd and Neely Rd. Heading South down Latimer Rd across Hwy 17 to Adams road to the Hwy 594 junction then west to Parson Rd and East to the Gordon Road junction including south on Hwy 502 to Pritchard Lake. The work will include all Side Roads in the described area. Date of application: August 19, 2013 – November 29, 2013 Pesticide trade name: Garlon RTU Guarantee: Triclopyr PCP Act registration numbers: 29334 Name of pest: Undesirable Vegetation (Brush and sucker growth from stumps)
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(9:45) Sports Extra
Storage Wars Seinfeld Life With Boys God’s Greatest Hits
(2) (5) (7) (9)
6:30 p.m. As Time Goes By Minnesota Bound Jeopardy! The Weekend Adventurer Canada (12) Wheel of Fortune Weekend (13) Global National (13) (7:00) News Hour (15) Storage Wars (24) How It’s Made (26) The Suite Life on Deck (39) Family Guy (70) Masti (4) (5) (7) (8)
7:00 p.m. (2) Nissan Pre-Game Rush (2) (7:05) Football NCAA Notre Dame vs. Purdue (4) Antiques Roadshow (5) The Million Second Quiz (7) Deadliest Sea (2009) (8) 16x9 (12) Mike & Molly (15) Duck Dynasty (19) Coast (21) Tennis ITF Davis Cup Canada vs. Serbia (24) Gold Rush: South America (26) Shake It Up (28) Untold Stories of the E.R. (30) Canadian Pickers (39) Face/ Off (1997) (47) Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005) (48) Murdoch Mysteries (70) Mulaquat
7:30 p.m. (12) (15) (26) (70)
Two and a Half Men Duck Dynasty Austin and Ally Made in Punjab
8:00 p.m. (4) American Masters
Troubadours: Carole King, James Taylor and the Rise of the Singer-Songwriter (5) American Ninja Warrior (8) Stranger at the Door (2004) (12) Criminal Minds (13) 16x9 (15) Modern Dads (19) Portrait of Wally (2012) (24) To Be Announced (26) Cadet Kelly (2002) (28) Untold Stories of the E.R. (30) The Eagle (2011) (48) To Be Announced (70) Des Pardes
8:30 p.m. (15) Modern Dads (16) Football CFL Toronto
Argonauts vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders
9:00 p.m. (7) (12) 48 Hours (9) Just for Laughs (13) Stranger at the Door (2004) (15) Modern Dads (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) To Be Announced (28) Untold Stories of the E.R. (47) (9:15) League of Super Evil (70) Aikam
9:30 p.m. (14) (14) (15) (19) (26) (47)
FOX First News (9:45) Sports Extra Modern Dads Hard Rock Medical (9:40) Motocrossed (2001) Life With Boys
10:00 p.m. (2) (10:20) Ford Wrap-Up (4) Sam Cooke: The Legend (5) KARE 11 News at 10 p.m. (7) Evening News at 11:00 p.m. (8) News Final (12) WCCO 4 News (14) Axe Cop (14) (10:15) High School USA! (15) Bad Ink (19) Coast (21) Poker National Heads-Up
Championship Street Outlaws Untold Stories of the E.R. Lord of War (2005) Mr. Young CityNews Weekends Taur Punjab Di
(24) (28) (39) (47) (48) (70)
10:30 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (5) Saturday Night Live (8) Durham County (12) Storm Stories (14) Axe Cop (14) (10:45) High School USA! (15) Bad Ink (30) Pawn Stars (47) Mr. Young (48) CityNews Weekends (70) Lashkara
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(39) (W, Th, F) Excused (M, Tu)
(26) (W) Good Luck Charlie (Th)
Are We There Yet? (47) (W, Th, M, Tu) Scaredy Squirrel (F) Oh No It’s an Alien Invasion (48) CityLine (70) Heartland (19) [2:10] Thomas & Friends (19) [2:20] Charlie and Lola
Wizards of Waverly Place (M, F) Phineas and Ferb (Tu) A.N.T. Farm (28) (W) Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (Th) Four Weddings (F) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (M) Say Yes to the Dress (Tu) 19 Kids and Counting (30) (W) Mountain Men (Th) American Restoration (F) American Pickers (M) Pawn Stars (Tu) Counting Cars (39) (W, Th, F) Are We There Yet? (M, Tu) Community (47) SpongeBob SquarePants (48) Katie (70) Touched By An Angel (19) [3:25] (W) Drew’s Magic Tricks (Th) International Space Station (F) The Sci Squad Detective Agency (M) Reading Rangers (Tu) Digital Literacy
2:30 p.m. (4) Cyberchase (19) (W, Th, Tu) Zerby Derby (M,
F) The Magic School Bus (26) Austin and Ally (28) (F) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (Tu) 19 Kids and Counting (30) (Th) Hatfields and McCoys: White Lightning (39) (W, Th, F) Excused (M, Tu) Are We There Yet? (47) Tuff Puppy (19) [2:35] (W, Th, Tu) Dinosaur Train (19) [2:50] (W, Th, Tu) Zerby Derby
(4) WordGirl (7) Nightline (9) In the Kitchen With Stefano
(2) (5) The Dr. Oz Show (4) Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman (8) (W, Th, F) One Hundred Mile
(14) Judge Judy (19) Arthur (26) (W) Good Luck Charlie (Th)
Challenge (M, Tu) The Queen Latifah Show (9) Best Recipes Ever (12) Dr. Phil (13) The Talk (14) Judge Judy (15) (W, Th, M, Tu) The First 48 (F) Barter Kings (16) (W, Th, F, Tu) SportsNation (M) NFL PrimeTime (19) Ella the Elephant (21) (Th) Cycling (F) Poker (M) PartyPoker (24) (W) Highway Thru Hell (Th) Pot Cops (F) Fast N’ Loud (M) Mayday (Tu) Amish Mafia
Wizards of Waverly Place (Tu, F) A.N.T. Farm (M) Phineas and Ferb (28) (W) Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (F) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (M) Say Yes to the Dress (30) (Th) American Restoration (M) Pawn Stars (Tu) Counting Cars (39) (W, Th, F) Are We There Yet? (M, Tu) Community (47) Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (19) [3:55] (W, F, M) I’m a Creepy Crawly
(2) 7 Action News at 7 (4) Nightly Business Report (5) KARE 11 News at 6:00 p.m. (7) Wheel of Fortune (12) WCCO 4 News at 6:00 p.m. (14) The Big Bang Theory (15) Storage Wars (19) Wartime Farm (21) Hockey NHL Pre-season
(2) 7 Action News at 7 (4) Nightly Business Report (5) KARE 11 News at 6:00 p.m. (7) Wheel of Fortune (12) WCCO 4 News at 6:00 p.m. (14) The Big Bang Theory (15) Storage Wars (16) That’s Hockey (19) A Park for All Seasons (21) Baseball MLB New York
6:00 p.m. (2) America’s Funniest Home
Videos (4) Death in Paradise (5) Football Night in America (13) The Simpsons (14) American Dad (15) Duck Dynasty (19) Cassowaries (24) Daily Planet (26) Wizards of Waverly Place (28) Sister Wives (30) Ice Road Truckers (39) The Big Bang Theory (70) Day of Discovery
6:30 p.m. (7) (12) 60 Minutes (8) Fishing With Gussy (13) Global National (13) (7:00) News Hour (14) The Simpsons (15) Duck Dynasty (16) NFL Football Night in
America (21) Sportsnet Connected (26) The Suite Life on Deck (39) The Big Bang Theory (48) The Liquidator (70) Jack Van Impe
7:00 p.m. (2) 20/20 (4) Last Tango in Halifax (5) (7:20) Football NFL San
Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks (8) (14) The Simpsons (9) Heartland (15) Duck Dynasty (16) (7:15) Football NFL San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks (19) The Land Between (24) To Be Announced (26) Shake It Up (28) Sister Wives (30) Mountain Men (39) The Rainmaker (1997) (48) The Liquidator (70) Turning Point Ministry
7:30 p.m. (7) The Watchlist (8) (12) Big Brother (14) Bob’s Burgers (15) Duck Dynasty (21) Blue Jays in 30 MLB
Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays (26) Barbie Life in the
Dreamhouse (48) The Liquidator (70) Amazing Facts
8:00 p.m. (2) The 2014 Miss America
Philadelphia Flyers vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (24) Daily Planet (26) Liv and Maddie (28) My Five Wives (30) Canadian Pickers (39) The Big Bang Theory (47) The Next Star (48) How I Met Your Mother (70) Murder, She Wrote
6:30 p.m. (2) Let’s Ask America (4) Start Up (5) (8) Entertainment Tonight (7) Jeopardy! (9) The Rick Mercer Report (12) Wheel of Fortune (13) Global National (13) (7:00) News Hour (14) The Big Bang Theory (15) Storage Wars (26) Good Luck Charlie (39) The Big Bang Theory (48) 30 Rock
7:00 p.m. (2) Dancing With the Stars (4) Antiques Roadshow (5) (48) The Million Second
Quiz (7) Hart of Dixie (8) (14) Bones (9) George Stroumboulopoulos
Tonight (12) How I Met Your Mother (15) Storage Wars (19) The Agenda With Steve
Paikin Airplane Repo Good Luck Charlie To Be Announced Canadian Pickers Meet the Browns Wendell & Vinnie EastEnders
(24) (26) (28) (30) (39) (47) (70)
7:30 p.m. (9) Coronation Street (12) 2 Broke Girls (15) Storage Wars (16) Football NFL Pittsburgh
Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals A.N.T. Farm House of Payne Wendell & Vinnie Keeping Up Appearances
(26) (39) (47) (70)
Competition (4) Masterpiece Mystery! (7) Poseidon (2006) (9) Still Life (2013) (13) Howie Do It (14) Family Guy (15) Duck Dynasty (19) Shakespeare: The King’s
Man (21) Canoeing Slalom World
Championships (26) The Even Stevens Movie (2003) (28) My Five Wives (30) Hatfields and McCoys: White Lightning (47) Splatalot (48) The Liquidator (70) Cornerstone With Pastor John Hagee
8:30 p.m. (8) American Dad (12) The Good Wife (13) Bob’s Burgers (14) Family Guy (15) Duck Dynasty (30) Hatfields and McCoys:
9:00 p.m. (8) Family Guy (13) American Dad (14) FOX First News (15) Bad Ink (19) Alexandria: The Greatest
City Sportsnet Connected Naked and Afraid Breaking Amish: LA Hatfields and McCoys: White Lightning (47) The Next Star (48) Murdoch Mysteries (70) Joel Osteen (21) (24) (28) (30)
9:30 p.m. (4) Agatha Christie’s Poirot (8) Bob’s Burgers (12) The Mentalist (13) American Dad (15) Bad Ink (26) Johnny Tsunami (1999) (30) Hatfields and McCoys:
White Lightning (39) The Closer (70) Beyond Today
10:00 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (7) Evening News at 11:00 p.m. (8) News Final (9) CBC News: The National (13) The Simpsons (14) The Arsenio Hall Show (15) Bad Ink (19) Diamond Road (21) Blue Jays in 30 MLB
Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays (28) My Five Wives (30) Counting Cars (47) Mr. Young (48) CityNews Weekends Dryden Observer: Sep 15, 2013
4:00 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (4) Wild Kratts (5) KARE 11 News (7) Sportsline (8) ‘Til Debt Do Us Part (9) Dragons’ Den (12) The Ellen DeGeneres Show (13) (W, Th, F) One Hundred
Mile Challenge (M, Tu) The Queen Latifah Show (14) The People’s Court (15) (W, Th, M, Tu) The First 48 (F) Barter Kings (16) Off the Record (19) (W, Th, Tu) Dino Dan: Trek’s Adventures (M, F) Martha Speaks (21) (W, F, M, Tu) Prime Time Sports (24) (W) River Monsters (Th) Tickle (F) Overhaulin’ (M) MythBusters (Tu) Airplane Repo (26) (W) Phineas and Ferb (Th) Wizards of Waverly Place (F) Dog With a Blog (M) Jessie (Tu) Shake It Up (28) (W) Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (Th) Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day (F) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (M) Say Yes to the Dress (Tu) 19 Kids and Counting (30) M*A*S*H (39) The King of Queens (47) Fairly Odd Parents (48) CityNews at 5 (70) The Waltons
4:30 p.m. (4) (W) AutoLine (Th) Children
and Autism: Time is Brain (M) Discover the D (Tu) Wider World (5) Jeopardy! (7) Square Off (8) The Young and the Restless (16) Pardon the Interruption
Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays (24) Daily Planet (26) Shake It Up (28) 19 Kids and Counting (30) Restoration Garage (39) The Big Bang Theory (48) How I Met Your Mother (70) Murder, She Wrote
6:30 p.m. (2) Let’s Ask America (4) Detroit Performs (5) (8) Entertainment Tonight (7) Jeopardy! (9) The Rick Mercer Report (12) Wheel of Fortune (13) Global National (13) (7:00) News Hour (14) The Big Bang Theory (15) Storage Wars (16) Pardon the Interruption (19) The Water Brothers (26) Good Luck Charlie (39) The Big Bang Theory (48) 30 Rock
7:00 p.m. (2) (4) (5) (7) (9)
(8) Iron Man 2 (2010)
Latino Americans The Million Second Quiz Supernatural George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (12) NCIS (14) (48) Dads (15) Storage Wars (16) Boxing HBO After Dark Geale vs. Barker (19) The Agenda With Steve Paikin (24) Gold Rush: South America (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) 19 Kids and Counting (30) Counting Cars (39) Meet the Browns (47) Wipeout (70) EastEnders
7:30 p.m. (9) Coronation Street (14) (48) Brooklyn Nine-Nine (15) Storage Wars (26) A.N.T. Farm (30) Counting Cars (39) House of Payne (70) Only Fools and Horses
(4) Antiques Roadshow (5) American Ninja Warrior (7) On My Own (1992) (8) (14) Sleepy Hollow (9) Murdoch Mysteries (12) (48) 2 Broke Girls (13) Entertainment Tonight
(4) Latino Americans (5) America’s Got Talent (7) Supernatural (9) The Rick Mercer Report (12) NCIS: Los Angeles (13) Entertainment Tonight
Canada Storage Wars Midsomer Murders Amish Mafia Wingin’ It Restoration Garage Meet the Browns America’s Funniest Home Videos (70) Jews and Money
(14) (15) (19) (24) (26) (28) (30) (39) (47)
(15) (19) (24) (26) (30) (39) (47)
8:30 p.m. (12) (13) (15) (21) (26) (39) (48)
White Lightning (47) Extreme Babysitting (48) Seed (70) Joyce Meyer
The Big Bang Theory Entertainment Tonight Storage Wars Sportsnet Connected Really Me House of Payne The Mindy Project
9:00 p.m. (2) Castle (4) POV (5) Siberia (8) (12) (13) Under the Dome (9) Cracked (14) FOX First News (15) Storage Wars (19) The Story of Wales (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) Amish Mafia (26) Good Luck Charlie (30) Counting Cars (39) Seinfeld (47) The Next Star (48) Shahs of Sunset (70) Jew Bashing: The New
Canada (48) New Girl
Storage Wars Texas The Story of Maths Gold Rush: South America Wingin’ It 19 Kids and Counting Pawn Stars Meet the Browns America’s Funniest Home Videos (70) My Life Without Me (2003)
8:30 p.m. (9) 22 Minutes (13) Entertainment Tonight (14) (48) The Mindy Project (15) Storage Wars Texas (26) Really Me (30) Pawn Stars (39) House of Payne
9:00 p.m. (4) Frontline (7) CSI: Miami (9) True Crime Canada (12) (48) Person of Interest (13) Iron Man 2 (2010) (14) FOX First News (15) Barter Kings (16) SportsCentre (19) Islands of Britain (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) Highway Thru Hell (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) The Little Couple (30) Mountain Men (39) Seinfeld (47) The Middle
9:30 p.m. (14) (15) (26) (30) (39)
(9:45) Sports Extra
Storage Wars Jessie Counting Cars Seinfeld
10:00 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (4) A Girl’s Life (5) KARE 11 News at 10 p.m. (7) Evening News at 11:00 p.m. (8) News Hour Final (9) CBC News: The National (12) WCCO 4 News (13) Bones (14) The Arsenio Hall Show (15) Storage Wars (19) The Agenda With Steve
Paikin (21) MLB Player Poll (24) Airplane Repo (26) Hannah Montana (28) To Be Announced (30) Canadian Pickers (39) Family Guy (47) Life With Boys (48) CityNews Tonight (70) Twice in a Lifetime
9:30 p.m. (26) (28) (39) (47)
Jessie The Little Couple Seinfeld Mr. Young
10:00 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (4) Life on Fire (5) KARE 11 News at 10 p.m. (7) Evening News at 11:00 p.m. (8) News Hour Final (9) CBC News: The National (12) WCCO 4 News (14) The Arsenio Hall Show (15) Barter Kings (19) The Agenda With Steve
Paikin (21) Blue Jays in 30 MLB New
York Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays (24) How It’s Made (26) Hannah Montana (28) 19 Kids and Counting (30) Restoration Garage (39) Family Guy (47) Life With Boys (48) CityNews Tonight (70) Twice in a Lifetime
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(19) (W, Th, Tu) Jack (M, F)
Lightning (F) God, Guns and Automobiles (M) Museum Secrets (Tu) Canadian Pickers (39) (W, Th, F) The Office (M, Tu) The Middle (47) (M, W) Sam & Cat (Th) Big Time Rush (F) SpongeBob SquarePants (Tu) iCarly (70) (W) Anne of Green Gables (Th, F, M, Tu) Anne of Green Gables The Continuing Story
Finding Stuff Out (21) (Th) NFL Game Day (24) (Th) Porter Ridge (26) (W) Phineas and Ferb (Th) Wizards of Waverly Place (F) Good Luck Charlie (M) Jessie (Tu) Shake It Up (28) (W) Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (F) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (M) Say Yes to the Dress (Tu) 19 Kids and Counting (30) M*A*S*H (39) (W, Th, F) The King of Queens (M, Tu) The Middle (47) SpongeBob SquarePants (48) [5:00] CityNews at 6
5:00 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (4) PBS NewsHour (5) KARE 11 News at 5 p.m. (7) Evening News at 6:00 p.m. (9) CBC News: Winnipeg (12) WCCO 4 News (13) The Young and the
Restless (14) Seinfeld (15) (W, Th) The First 48 (F, M, Tu) Storage Wars (16) SportsCentre (19) Wild Kratts (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) (W) Mighty Planes (Th) How It’s Made: Dream Cars (F) How It’s Made (M) Canada’s Worst Driver (Tu) Mighty Ships (26) (W) Dog With a Blog (Th) Wizards of Waverly Place (F) Shake It Up (M) Good Luck Charlie (Tu) Austin and Ally (28) (W) Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (M, Th) Toddlers & Tiaras (F) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (Tu) 19 Kids and Counting (30) (W) Mountain Men (Th) Hatfields and McCoys: White
5:30 p.m. (2) ABC World News With
Diane Sawyer (5) NBC Nightly News (8) Global National (12) CBS Evening News (14) The Simpsons (15) (F, M, Tu) Storage Wars (16) (M) NFL Monday Night Countdown (19) (W) Think Big (Th) The Prime Radicals (Tu, F) WordGirl (M) History Hunters (24) (Th) How It’s Made: Dream Cars (F) How It’s Made (26) (W) Dog With a Blog (Th) Wizards of Waverly Place (Tu, F) Austin and Ally (M) Good Luck Charlie (28) (W) Here Comes Honey Boo Boo (F) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (Tu) 19 Kids and Counting (30) (Th) Hatfields and McCoys: White Lightning (F) God, Guns and Automobiles (39) (W, Th, F) The Office (M, Tu) The King of Queens (47) (W, Th) Victorious (F) SpongeBob SquarePants (M) Big Time Rush (Tu) iCarly (8) [6:00] Evening News (13) [6:00] Early News Dryden Observer: Sep 11, 2013 to Sep 17, 2013
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 11:30 p.m.
(39) The Gift (2000) A woman with
ESP attempts to solve the disappearance of a young woman in Georgia. 1:30 a.m.
(39) Hard Ball (2001) An aimless
young gambler agrees to coach a Chicago housing project’s little league team.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 8:00 p.m. (70) Columbo: Butterfly in
Shades of Grey (1994) Columbo investigates a radio-show host suspected of killing a member of his staff. 11:00 p.m.
(70) Talk of Angels (1998) A woman travels to Spain to work for a wealthy family strained by conflicting politics.
(39) Hard Ball (2001) An aimless
young gambler agrees to coach a Chicago housing project’s little league team. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 7:00 p.m.
(4) The Birdcage (1996) A man is asked to hide his lifestyle when his son brings his fiancée’s family to dinner. (26) Aquamarine (2006) A mermaid flees her controlling father and ends up ashore where two girls help her. (47) The Last Airbender (2010) A young avatar must protect the Water, Earth and Air nations from the Fire Nation.
8:40 p.m. (26) A Knight’s Tale (2001)
Following his master’s death, a squire enters a jousting competition in medieval England. 9:00 p.m.
(4) Get Shorty (1995) A small-time Miami mobster becomes intrigued by the movie business in Los Angeles.
11:00 p.m. (47) The Last Airbender (2010)
A young avatar must protect the Water, Earth and Air nations from the Fire Nation. (70) The Wings of the Dove (1997) A woman born to nobility is romantically attached to a man from the lower classes. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 12:00 p.m.
(30) Air Force One (1997) The president fends off deadly terrorists who are holding his plane and family hostage.
12:30 p.m. (7) The Strange Love of Martha
Ivers (1946) A young man tries to figure out why a woman is bound to her alcoholic lawyer husband. (15) The Bourne Identity (2002) An amnesiac tries to piece together his mysterious past while eluding unknown assassins. 3:00 p.m.
(7) The Flintstones (1994) Fred
Flintstone is secretly set up as the perpetrator of an embezzlement scheme for work. (39) Race to Witch Mountain (2009) A taxi driver helps two alien siblings evade capture so they can return to their planet. (47) Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) A man and his dog must investigate the beast that is ruining their prized vegetables. 7:00 p.m.
(39) Face/ Off (1997) A member of
an FBI antiterrorist team trades faces with a convicted criminal. (47) Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005) Two brothers are propelled into space while playing a game they found in their house. 8:00 p.m. (8) Stranger at the Door (2004) A married couple’s adopted son returns with evil intentions after a lengthy absence. (26) Cadet Kelly (2002) A young girl’s mother remarries the head of the George Washington Military Academy. (30) The Eagle (2011) A Roman soldier is determined to honour his father’s memory by retrieving a family emblem.
9:00 p.m. (13) Stranger at the Door (2004)
A married couple’s adopted son returns with evil intentions after a lengthy absence. 9:40 p.m.
(26) Motocrossed (2001) A
15-year-old girl poses as her twin brother to ride in an all-important motocross race. 10:00 p.m.
(39) Lord of War (2005) An arms
dealer struggles with the morality of his work while Interpol chases him down. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 12:00 p.m.
(7) Anna Karenina (1948) A beautiful married woman leaves her cold husband for a young officer of the guards. (39) Bedtime Stories (2008) A hotel handyman tells bedtime stories that start to magically come true.
12:30 p.m. (47) The Adventures of
Sharkboy and Lavagirl (2005) An ordinary boy’s superhero friends take him to Planet Drool to defeat a villain. 1:00 p.m.
(19) The Swan Princess (1994)
An evil man captures a princess whom he turns into a swan, until she agrees to marry him. 2:00 p.m.
(9) Harry Potter and the Order
of the Phoenix (2007) After using magic outside of school, Harry faces trial and may be expelled from Hogwarts. 2:30 p.m.
(7) Blues Brothers 2000 (1998)
A musician tries to put his old band back together with a new singer. (47) The Golden Compass (2007) A girl is guided by a mysterious compass in the search for her kidnapped friend. 5:00 p.m.
(9) Finding Nemo (2003) A fish
gathers his courage and sets out to find his son, who is trapped in an aquarium. (47) Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010) A teenager must find and return Zeus’s lightning bolt before a war erupts among the Gods. 7:00 p.m.
(39) The Rainmaker (1997) An
idealistic lawyer, fresh from law school, goes to work for an ambulance chaser. 8:00 p.m.
(7) Poseidon (2006) On New Year’s Eve, passengers fight for survival on a sinking luxury ocean liner. (26) The Even Stevens Movie (2003) The Stevens win a fabulous trip, unaware that they are the subject of a reality TV show.
(26) Johnny Tsunami (1999) A
Hawaiian surfing sensation is uprooted from home and moved to New England. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 8:00 p.m.
(7) On My Own (1992) A fifteen year old boy comes to terms with the events that have torn his family apart.
(70) About Schmidt (2002) A
father searches for meaning in his life while trying to stop his daughter’s wedding. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 7:00 p.m.
(2) (8) Iron Man 2 (2010) An inventor is pressured by the government to share his technology with the military.
8:00 p.m. (70) My Life Without Me (2003) A woman conceals her terminal illness in order to live life with an unusual passion.
(13) Iron Man 2 (2010) An inventor
is pressured by the government to share his technology with the military. Dryden Observer: Movies Sep 11, 2013 to Sep 17, 2013
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MECHANICAL ENGINEER Domtar Inc., Dryden Operations, is currently seeking an individual to join the Dryden Team. A progressive community set between Winnipeg and Thunder Bay, Dryden offers excellent medical, educational and recreational facilities. Your Role: Reporting to the Engineering Superintendent your role will be to direct a variety of capital and maintenance projects from conceptual design to operating installation. More specifically, you will: • Develop detailed project scopes and budgets for new projects, and prepare project approval documents and project bid packages. • Manage installation of the capital and maintenance/repair projects in compliance with all company safety, environmental, and financial policies. • Coordinate and schedule maintenance, engineering, procurement, construction and repair activities. • Provide design engineering support to the Power & Recovery and Fiberline areas of the mill.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER Domtar Inc., Dryden Operations, is currently seeking an individual to join the Dryden Team. A progressive community set between Winnipeg and Thunder Bay, Dryden offers excellent medical, educational and recreational facilities. Your Role: Reporting to the Environmental Superintendent, your role will be to assist with the monitoring, control, analysis, planning and communication related to environmental standards for air emissions, waste water and effluent, non-hazardous and hazardous waste management. More specifically, you will: • Monitor procedures to confirm that operations are in compliance with environmental regulations. • Ensure government reporting requirements are met. • Provide guidance and support to operations for routine and emergency environmental issues. • Evaluate the current system performance and incorporate innovations or develop new technologies to enhance the mill’s environmental management system.
Your Profile: • A Mechanical/Civil Engineer, with eligibility for PEO certification, and a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in the industry. • Proven analytical and problem solving skills. • Sound interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team environment. • The ability to co-ordinate maintenance, engineering and repair activities. • A safety-oriented mindset with the desire to enforce and follow mill safety and environmental policies and procedures. • Strong oral and written communication abilities, including technical writing, budget preparation and presentations. • Excellent computer skills with computer-based maintenance software such as SAP, MS Office and scheduling software. The ability to utilize AutoCAD is an asset.
Your Profile: • An Environmental Engineer, with eligibility for PEO certification. • Proven analytical and problem solving skills. • Sound interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team environment. • The ability to co-ordinate environmental regulation activities. • A safety-oriented mindset with the desire to enforce and follow mill safety and environmental policies and procedures. • Strong oral and written communication abilities, including technical writing, budget preparation and presentations. • Excellent computer skills.
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On The hOrizOn ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Footprints group meets 8 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays, Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 175 Cecil Ave. Parking in rear of back alley, rear entrance. 223-5864. tf BEGINNING AGAIN AL-ANON every Monday – 7 p.m. – Back door of United Church – choir room. Call 223-4466. tf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS UPTOWN AA GROUP, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday (open) 8:00 p.m., St. Luke’s Church, 50 Van Horne Ave., Dryden, ON 223-3002. tf CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY SUPPORT ROOM is open Monday-Friday – 8 a.m. until 10 a.m., located at the Dryden Regional Health Centre. Volunteers are available to offer support to patients and their families. Also available are information pamphlets, wigs and hats. Please feel free to make use of these services or phone 223-8892 and leave a message. tf ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION LADIES AUXILIARY BRANCH #63 general meeting is every first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion upper hall. tf DRYDEN DIABETES CENTRE Walk-in clinics held at the DDC offices in the Dryden Area Family Health Team building every Tuesday morning from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. For information regarding upcoming clinics and other services, please check the public service notices on local cable or call DDC at 223-8208. tf DRYDEN SADDLE CLUB meeting the second Tuesday of every month, 7:00 p.m. at the Multi-plex Building at the Agricultural Fairgrounds. tf CMHA PEER SUPPORT DROPIN CENTRE 52 vanhorne Ave., Back entrance. Call 223-8841 ex 24 or 25 for Drop-in hours/ tf THE FRIENDLY CIRCLE OF WABIGOON WOMEN, monthly meetings 10:00 a.m. first Tuesday of each month at Wabigoon Memorial Hall, Hwy. 17. New members most welcome. tf DRYDEN & DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY regular meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month commencing at 7:00 p.m. at the GoGetters Centre. For more information visit our website at h t t p : / / w w w. g a r d e n ontario.org/site.php/dryden or phone 807-937-5060. tf SUNSET COUNTRY QUILTERS’ GUILD, meeting at Go-Getters Drop-In Centre, 84 St. Charles every fourth Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. tf BRAIN INJURY SERVICE help and support monthly meetings. For more information call Lynne Ouwehand 220-1490. tf AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY OF DRYDEN meeting, second Wednesday of September, November, December, January, March, May, June, 7:30 p.m., Training Centre, Dryden Fire Hall, tf Colonization Avenue.
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FREE CHILD CAR SEAT INSPECTIONS every Thursday at the Dryden Fire Hall from 1-3 p.m. Call 223-1178. Appointments not always necessary, but appreciated. tf THE KINETTES CLUB OF DRYDEN meetings are held every 2nd Wednesday of each month. Phone Kelly at 223-3715 for more info. tf DRYDEN DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Dryden Go-Getters on St. Charles. For more information phone Gail Tamblin-Hall 937-6681. tf PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP Meeting held the 4th Monday of every second month. Call Doreen for info 223-8870. tf MS SUPPORT GROUP meetings held the last Thursday of every month. Call Doreen for info 2238870. Everyone Welcome. tf SUNSET COUNTRY KENNEL CLUB Regular meetings held monthly. Contact Dawn at 2168131 for more information. Everyone welcome. tf
DRYDEN AREA LUTHERAN PARISH 175 Cecil Ave., Dryden, 223-6025 Fax 807-223-7476 www.lutheranparish.org Sunday Worship Our Saviour, Dryden ..... 9:30 a.m. St. Mark, Vermilion Bay ............. 11:30 a.m. Pastor – James Wood tf ST. JOSEPH’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 102 Van Horne Ave. Dryden 223-2602 SUNDAY MASSES: Saturday – 5:00 p.m. Sunday – 10:00 a.m. Rev. Alan Campeau – Pastor tf OUR LADY OF FATIMA ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH Hwy. 17, Vermilion Bay 223-2602 SUNDAY MASS: Friday – 5:30 p.m. Rev. Alan Campeau – Pastor tf IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 496 Pine St., Ignace, ON 223-2602 SUNDAY MASS: Saturday – 10:00 a.m. Rev. Alan Campeau – Pastor
LA LECHE LEAGUE CANADA Dryden group meetings for pregnant or breastfeeding moms and babies: 4th Tuesday, at 10 a.m. at St. Luke’s Church, 50 Van Horne Ave. Call Colleen at 223-5592. tf ROTARY CLUB OF DRYDEN Meets weekly on Wednesdays from noon to 1:00 p.m. at Masala’s Restaurant. For further information contact 223-7812. tf DRYDEN SUNSET WOODCARVERS meeting, every Tuesday 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the Dryden High School Carpentry Shop. tf NEW MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP Have you been diagnosed with MS or are a caregiver for someone with MS? Would you like to become part of a group that provides members with an opportunity to discuss common issues related to MS, including strategies in how to cope better with the disease? Do you live in the Dryden area? If you have answered yes to all three questions, the MS Society, Client Services Ontario Division would like to hear from you. For more information on how to become a group member, please contact Carrie Chun, Client Services Coordinator at 1-800-2687582 ext. 3133 or e-mail carrie.chun.@mssociety.ca tf TOASTMASTER Are you looking to improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a friendly supportive environment? The Dryden Toastmasters meet every Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. at the Best Western starting Sept. 5/13 until June 2014. Guest are always welcome and our self-paced program allows you to join at any time of the year. For more info. Contact Jeff at 223-5760 or e-mail DrydenTM@hotmail.com tf IF YOUR CLUB OR ORGANIZATION HAS REGULAR MEETINGS AND YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION AT NO CHARGE CONTACT ALINE AT: 223-2390 Advertising, Classified Dept. OR e-mail: email@example.com
tf EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 17 West, Dryden – 937-4478 www.emmanuelbaptistchurch.net Pastor Jake Letkeman Family Sunday School ......... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ............... 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship ................. 6:30 p.m. Wed. Bible Study & Prayer ... 7:00 p.m. “Sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ” tf EVANGELICAL MISSION CHURCH, 55 Willow Street Vermilion Bay * Sunday School – 10:00 a.m * Worship Service – 11:00 a.m * Awana Club – 6:30 p.m. Thursday * Bible Study – 7:30 p.m. Wednesday * Youth Group – 7:00 p.m. Friday Everyone Welcome tf FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 58 King St. “Sola Scriptura” The Bible is our only rule of faith and practice Family Worship Hour ........ 10:30 a.m. Bible Study ................ Wed. 10:30 a.m. For more information please call 223-2514 Pastor Ted Searle tf DRYDEN FREE METHODIST CHURCH 261 Van Horne Avenue Pastor Doug Wightman Sunday School – 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship – 11:00 a.m. For info on other activities Phone 223-2755 Handicapped Accessible tf FIRST UNITED CHURCH 23 Van Horne Avenue Sunday Worship – 10:00 a.m. – Sunday School, Nursery Rev. Hewitt T. Holmes EVERYONE WELCOME Handicapped Accessible Ph. 223-2119
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS: Sandy Beach Rd. Sunday 10:30-1:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. tf DRYDEN FULL GOSPEL CHURCH 599 Government St. SUNDAY MEETINGS 11:00 a.m. - Morning Worship “Belong, Grow, Engage” Church Office 223-5504 Pastor Nikolas Amodeo Assistant Pastor Velma Henderson Handicapped Accessible tf NEW LIFE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 99 Albert St., 223-4905 10:30 a.m. - Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. - Children’s Ministry Pastor Jonathan King “You are loved!” tf ST. LUKE’S ANGLICAN CHURCH 50 Van Horne Ave. Sunday Services 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Communion at 11:00 a.m. Thursdays Sunday School every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. September to June Everyone welcome 223-6413 Fr. Dick Kennedy tf ST. JOHN’S ANGLICAN CHURCH WABIGOON Sunday Services the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School the 2nd Sunday of each month at 10:30 a.m. EVERYONE IS WELCOME AT THE “LITTLE CHURCH”! (Call 223-2511 for more information) tf UNITED PENTECOSTAL, Dryden, Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes, 10-11:30 a.m. Prayer 6:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer. Pastor Rudi Giesbrecht tf UPPER FALLS BAPTIST CHURCH “The Friendly Little Church” 5 minutes north of Vermilion Bay on Hwy. 105 Sunday School – 10:00 a.m. all ages Worship Service – 11:00 a.m. Bible Believing Bible Preaching Awana Charter EVERYONE WELCOME tf
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2013
THE DRYDEN OBSERVER
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Regular meetings of the Board of Directors are held on the 4th Wednesday each month except July, August and December at 5:30 p.m. in the Hospital Board Room 58 Goodall Street, DRYDEN
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Published on Sep 11, 2013