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Wainwright Solar project on track for Spring completion See pg. 6 City hires new CAO See pg. 3 Schools enact new security measures See page 7

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About 100 protestors gathered on the sidewalk of the Dryden Provincial Government Services building, Nov. 15 for a peaceful protest in opposition of rising electricity rates. Photo by Chris Marchand

Fed up By Chris Marchand

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‘As a child I was afraid of the dark, now I’m scared of the light’, reads a sign hanging from the neck of one of over a hundred protestors who gathered in front of the provincial government building, Nov. 15 to voice their escalating displeasure at the province’s electrical utility. Among their grievances, the disappearing gap between timeof-use rates, onerous debt retirement and delivery charges that drive power bills higher than mortgage payments, HST on an essential service and rate decreases for large companies. Staging its last protest in May of 2011, local group Join the Fight Against Hydro One Rates has amassed over 5,600 followers on social media and took its fight to the streets once again in the wake a 7.5 per cent increase to off-peak electricity rates, which went into effect on Nov. 1. Midpeak rates rose an additional 4.8 per cent, with peak pricing rising four per cent to 12.9 cents per

Hydro rate-payers take to streets to protest escalating cost for essential services

kilowatt hour. “People are fed up with paying these rates,” said organizer Denise Carruthers. “Something has to be done now. Delivery charges should be equal to or more than your Hydro bill, then when you add on all the other charges and the HST, our bills are more than double of our actual Hydro use.” Carruthers says the provincial government has only exacerbated the problem with its cancelled southern Ontario gas plants that will cost taxpayers a projected $1.1 billion dollars and costly Green Energy Act. Kenora Rainy-River MPP Sarah Campbell addressed those at the rally, pledging to have their voices heard in Queen’s Park. “They’re at the end of their ropes,” said Campbell. “They’ve been pushed to the point where if something doesn’t change, people are talking about leaving the area. Seniors who are perfectly capable of living independently

are being forced out of their homes.” Campbell says a large portion of her constituency correspondence concerns the effects of high electricity rates on residents. “We have drawers and drawers of stories,” says Campbell. “I’ve heard from some of the more vulnerable people in society, like those on social assistance who might have a monthly rent bill of $85 dollars, but their Hydro bill is $1,000 a month.” Campbell adds that consistent rate increases that shrink the disparity between peak and offpeak hours further erode users’ ability to conserve energy. “There’s only so much we can conserve — we live in a colder climate and we need to have our furnaces going,” she said. “Most people have a fridge, a stove and a freezer to get by. The spread between off-peak and peak rates in shrinking and people aren’t seeing a big difference even when they’re staying up late at night to to get their laundry done.”

KPMG outlines cost-saving options By Jon thompson

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Refinancing debt, closing the fire station in the former township of Barclay and buying into alternative energy are a few options City Council will be considering as the vision of consultants begins to come clear in Dryden’s Operational Service Review. KMPG presented the draft of its review to council on Nov. 13, outlining what it called “opportunities” rather than recommendations for roads out of Dryden’s financial challenges. The report outlines $2,650,000 in operating efficiencies, $1 million in revenue generation that could be undertaken alongside $200,000 in service level reductions and $10,000 in alternative service delivery. Total potential savings were listed at $5,568,000. Project lead, Oscar Poloni said Dryden’s review was the most expeditious KPMG had ever con-

ducted as he praised City Council and staff for their willingness to cooperate and recognize for the need to change. “You have a vision for this municipality,” he told City Council. “You understand you are the stewards from a financial perspective that have the burden of digging this community out of the hole. You’ve risen to the challenge, council, and I will tell you we’re really happy with the direction we’ve seen from council, the involvement we’ve seen from council and quite frankly, the attitude we’ve seen from council. You guys recognize you have to make some hard calls. KPMG will meet with councilors over the next week to clarify the opportunities and work toward finalizing their report. Mayor Craig Nuttall was pleased with the draft, although he suggested refinancing might not be in the cards.

“We have the two fire halls for a reason and it’s responding to emergencies ...” -Ken Kurz, Dryden Fire Chief

“We like to think of these as ‘Plan A’ Opportunities. For the most part, they don’t necessarily involve a reduction in service. Some do, most don’t. What this allows you to do is restructure your finances and achieve some fairly significant reductions with-

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“I think KPMG has really come across with some good ones. Some, I would disagree with but once we have a closed session to look at some changes we have to do, I think we’ll get there,” he said. “If we do our refinancing, I don’t agree with that in a way because you’re just putting more debt on future councilors. With the mill assessment, whatever happens there, maybe we’ll get a bonus. It’s hard to say. I’m quite pleased with what we’ve done so far.”

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Although Dryden Fire Chief Ken Kurz is willing to undertake an assessment of the city’s fire services, he added fuel to the fire regarding the potential for reduced services in his department. Among KPMG’s identified “opportunities” in its Operational Service Review, it listed the potential to close Fire Hall #2 in Barclay at an annual savings of about $100,000. “For us as a fire service and for me as a fire chief, it’s not something that I’m not really in favour of but it has to be studied and it has to be looked at and that’s what they’re saying to do over the next year,” Kurz said. “There are lots of groups that will say, ‘it will affect this’ or ‘it will affect that’ but for us, it’s the fire and life safety factor of responding to people’s emergencies.” Fire Hall #2 is 9.4 kilometres

from Fire Hall #1 on Colonization Avenue, in accordance with 1970s city planning, which suggested a fire hall should be erected every 10 kilometres to ensure proper coverage. In 2008, the Office of the Fire Marshall underwent a Master Fire Plan process with the City of Dryden, assessing response times and equipment. It made 11 recommendations, none of which addressed reducing infrastructure or staff. “We have the two fire halls for a reason and it’s responding to emergencies,” Kurz explained. “Everyone likes to think about fire because that’s our name. However, we’re going to far more rescues, other types of rescues than we are fires. That’s where we need to show that. Even in a fire case, you’d like a fire truck to get there that can do damage control as soon as possible.” KPMG pointed out Hall #2 responded to only 19 calls in 2012 but Kurz suggested the pumper

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City hires ‘leader’ for CAO post By Jon Thompson Dryden has hired a northern “leader” to take the city’s reins as its chief administrative officer. André Larabie will step into the municipality’s top job on Nov. 18 to work in a position that has been vacant for over half a year. Larabie has managed public and private sector finances for over 36 years, his most recent assignment having been as senior administrative officer for the territory of Nunavut. He holds a Master’s of Business Administration

along with certifications in Business and Corporate Coaching, Mediation and Conflict Resolution. “I’m very, very impressed by him. He’s what this city needs, which is a leader,” said Mayor Craig Nuttall. “We’re not looking for a person to pass papers and things like that. We want a guy – or a girl – that can come in here and really take control and lead.” The groundwork for Larabie’s definitive assignment will begin on Wednesday evening as Operational Service

Review consultants KPMG present their recommendations for a path out of financial challenges that have defined the past year in Dryden. Largely under the weight of the failed DMTS public telephone utility, Dryden is $40 million in debt, equivalent to $10,000 per household. It has reached beyond its $7.5 million line of credit, after which it is paying 22 per cent interest. Then in February, the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) process resulted in

an adjudicator asking Dryden to pay $5.4 million in retroactive taxes plus $2.7 million in education taxes back to the Domtar Mill when the mill’s value fell from $50 million to $14 million. The mill paid $1 million less in taxes in 2013 than the $1.8 million it paid in 2012. Despite having lost an appeal, Nuttall and six other municipal leaders in similar situations are lobbying the province for relief but a process whose completion was promised by summer’s end has yet to bear fruit. Plagued by construction

André Larabie former CAO of Nunavut Territory problems on its new water and wastewater plant, the city was also forced to commit to paying for an extension of the project, which has yet to be completed. By summer, the city had cut 44 municipal positions as council attempted to balance its 2013 budget without a tax increase. Halfway through its year, the budget vote stamped an average household tax increase of 6.9 per cent while it levied industrial and commercial taxes 9.8 and 5.8 per cent, respectively. The city hired KPMG for

a 10-week analysis of the city’s finances in September and that is culminating this evening. Nuttall is confident Larabie will excel in digesting the consultants’ recommendations and putting the best practices to work. “He has to look at what KPMG is going to present tonight,” Nuttall explained. “My feeling is, people pay taxes and the taxes have to be for a purpose. He’s the type of guy who will look at it and say, ‘why are we doing this if we don’t have to?’ He’s definitely a leader.”

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Renewed faith in Aaron Park Municipally-run campground turned $5,000 profit in 2013 By Jon Thompson City Council will renew its partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) to continue supporting Aaron Provincial Park. The arrangement makes the MNR the lead on infrastructure investment while the city makes a $10,000 investment in wages for park staff. Aaron Park supervisor Nathan Whalen was both proud and surprised the park posted a profit in 2013, considering it had made an $8,700 investment in playground equipment. Without taking that value into account, the park would have made $14,000 this summer. Whalen credited Aaron’s

success on havPeople came ing attracted 23 out, used that seasonal camppark and paid ing passes, the for it, which most in its histowas huge.” ry. With that conA a r o n tinued commitPark is turnment, he said ing a corner he’s “100 per cent with major sure” the park nfrastruc-Craig Nuttall, iture will post a profit projects Dryden Mayor such as docks, in 2014. “We had the seven new same core group outhouses, 20 of seasonals that come back new treated picnic tables, every year and support the brand new barbecues and park financially and not only permanent in-ground do they support the park benches at the new financially but they also amphitheatres, and electricome and volunteer to help fying 15 new campsites, the park out with some bringing the total sites with things,” he said. “I feel like electricity to 39 of the 88 the community really came sites. Construction began on together and said, ‘we’re a highway mini comfort stagoing to support this place. tion that will be completed We don’t want it to close.’ next year.

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Time to smarten up? report from the Northwest Training and A Adjustment Board is a distant early warning of a dire need to increase the average education level of the region’s inhabitants should we wish to share in the spoils of a foretold mining boom. The basic facts uncovered by the Local Labour Market Plan Report are cringeworthy: over 30 per cent of the population in this area does not have a high school diploma. Less than one per cent of new trades apprentice registrations and trades certification in Ontario are happening in the Kenora/Rainy River District. But perhaps what we should fear the most is that only 16 per cent of those actively seeking work through employment services are pursuing more training or education and less than 40 per cent of those seeking help with basic literacy skills express an interest in going any further with their education. These figures indicate to me that a reckless disregard for the value of learning exists among too high a number of us. Okay, so what? What does this mean in the long run? If there is one thing I believe to be true in this world, it is that low-skilled, under-educated people are vulnerable to being taken advantage of at every turn. Consumer culture pressures us constantly to make poor decisions within an economic system that seeks to increase indebtedness and serves the most informed who recognize the game for what it is. Those who lack a high school diploma hold far less options to shape their own destiny, less ability to negotiate a better deal for themselves and are doomed to grow bitter over their constant political marginalization. It’s basically a mirror image of the Northwest’s historical relationship with the rest of Ontario. Bringing little more than our assertions of heritage rights to the table, it’s never been enough to elevate our collective bargaining position. Transforming the Northwest’s relationship with the rest of Ontario begins with elevating the bargaining position of every single resident by developing the skills which increase our value to others. Because if we don’t, someone with those skills will fly in, then fly out after three weeks taking their paycheck with them. Ours is not an isolated problem, a perceived shortage of skilled workers in Western provinces has been identified as Canada’s most pressing economic problem according to the federal government. The Conference Board of Canada has even projected that Canada faces a labour shortage of up to one million workers by 2020. What may truly exist is a general unwillingness to work in the kind of trades-based resource extraction environments that are generating most of the country’s high paying jobs, which come part and parcel with the struggles of existing in locales with a notoriously high cost of living. An Albertan business owner told Rex Murphy on CBC’s Cross Country Check-up that he’d been through over 10 basically unreliable employees in a matter of months, citing a general lack of skills and motivation to learn them. “They know how to play video games,” he said. Chris Marchand

Attention readers: Please remember that all letters to the editor MUST be signed with a proper name, and include a phone number. The editor requires it for verification. Letters must also be limited to 400 words. Phone numbers will not be published.

What’s on your mind? Contact the dryden observer with your concerns or story ideas. reach the editor at: chrism@drydenobserver.ca or: Call 807-223-2390 ext 34 for the editor or an answering service to record your brief comments.

Northwest Métis raise flag for Louis Riel Day Al Roussin of the Northwest Métis was joined by Dryden Mayor Craig Nuttall and members of the local Métis community to raise the Métis flag at Dryden City Hall in anticipation of the 128th anniversary of the execution of historic Métis leader Louis Riel. The organization hosted a feast and cultural event later that evening at the Legion Hall. See more on page 11. Photo by Chris Marchand

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Deployed soldier moved by Kudos to Mission for letter from local Girl Guides To the editor: I am Master Bombardier Nathan Cousineau of 116th Independent Field Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery, located in Kenora Ont. I myself am a resident of Fort Frances. I would like to thank the 3rd Division Girl Guides of Dryden for their Christmas cards. It was awesome gesture and I loved them all. It is pure coincidence that the letters from the Dryden troop fell into my hands, all the way in Kabul, Afghanistan but it is well welcomed, and much appreciated. That particular day most of the soldiers received parcels from home, while mine are yet to arrive or lost in

the mail system. I was given a stack of letters addressed to deployed service people, and among them, were the cards from the Girl Guides. Although I do not know these young women, the fact it comes from Dryden, is a great taste of home for me at this time. I appreciate all the efforts taken by them, and I hope it is a tradition that they continue. I will close with one last statement, I hope everyone back home has a Merry Christmas and takes care of one another, as we should. Nathan Cousineau 116th Independent Field Battery Royal Canadian Artillery

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To the editor: I would like to thank Jim (Shearer), his family and all the volunteers at Dryden Mission for their exceptional work making the place look very festive. The store was inviting and beautiful. The displays were very nice and well organized. It lifted up everyone’s spirit for the holidays. The drinks and cookies were delicious. I also like to thank all the people who attended the event and left their donations for a good cause. God bless you all. Elizabeth Kramli

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Return of the Masked Bandit n the Friday morning before Remembrance Day I spotted O the Northern Shrike skulking around the house, the first time I had seen it this year. It was here last year from December to May and took care of the overabundance of nuthatches that we had going into the winter. It didn't get many chickadees though, are they smarter or not as tasty as nuthatches? By chance, I had a message to contact a friend of mine who feeds birds at her house in Dryden. When I mentioned the shrike, she told me I better get out my .22 and that they had a pellet gun ready in case any shrikes come to their house. They also use the pellet gun on squirrels that eat from their feeders. I don't interfere in the life of birds now and haven't fed any for more than 10 years. My friend called the shrike " Bandit " and " Serial Killer ". I was surprised at her anthropomorphizing of the pretty birds that make their living in the winter by eating other birds. Only people are evil or vicious, shrikes have evolved to eat what they

eat. I sent her a picture of the shrike to show her how pretty it is. People’s aversion to predators led to the "Big Bad Wolf" syndrome which has been with us for hundreds of years. The ongoing persecution of the wolf supposedly to benefit the prey species has resulted in degraded ecosystems in various parts of Europe, Asia and North America. The overpopulation of the prey after wolves were exterminated led to changes in the plant life that affects the whole ecosystem. Expensive, complicated efforts are being made to reintroduce wolves to selected, small areas of their former ranges such as Yellowstone Park and the mountains between Germany and

Poland. If you want to read about the effects of people's ingrained prejudice against wolves Google: "wolves in yellowstone" or " end of the wedge pack ". Lots of people in and around Dryden feed deer, like the people who feed birds, they don't like it when predators come in to take advantage of the concentration of prey where they are being fed. Nat Geo TV had a great documentary about wolves in Yellowstone on Remembrance Day called: "Rise of Black Wolf ". The intelligence of wolf # 302 made an interesting life story . I think all kids in KP schools should read " Never Cry Wolf " when they are in grade 7 or 8. Nobody's written a story about the family life of Northern Shrikes that would make more "bird people" sympathetic to them. I saw the first Pine Grosbeaks on Remembrance Day, looking chunky and cold with their feathers fluffed up as they were roosted in a bush. As with Northern Shrikes this is nearly as far south as they go, this is their tropical resort. I'm not feeling the global warming lately.

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Driving under the influence A page from the diary of Willy Brant... o we four young fellows finished our round of golf, and went into the clubhouse to celebrate. We were just finishing our second round, when the bartender went around the room and offered each table a chance to try a new product – “you just put this stick under your tongue, and if it turns red, it means you might have drunk too much to safely drive”. Wow. We all tried it, and wouldn’t you know, mine was the only one to turn red. “Hey, bartender, this thing is no good, we have all had two beer, I have been drinking Blue light, and these guys regular Blue, but mine is the only one turned red”. “Well, he says, we are all differ-

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ent, I guess you don’t handle booze so well. I have a regular police-type breathalyzer here, why don’t you give it a blow and we will get an actual reading?” OK. So I blow in the thing, and nothing. “Oh,” he says “I forgot. This thing is not working right, it needs an extra ballast”. So he comes back with a great big square iron spike, the kind that hold down railroad tracks, and he holds a frayed copper wire against its rusty side while I blow again. “Look at that,” he says, it shows even higher. If you blew this while driving, you would get a twelve hour suspension. That’s odd.” I bite my tongue not to suggest that the ridiculous reading might have something to do with that spike. Then he

starts writing up a form. I ask what that is, and he says that every time he gets a high reading on the breathalyzer, he has to make out a report, and submit it to the police. “It goes on your record as driving while under the influence”, he says, “but don’t worry. You weren’t driving so there will be no fine.” One of my golfing buddies is an apprentice lawyer, or clerk, or

something, and he says that I better try to get that form back – if it goes on my record, I will be flagged as an alcohol abuser. It means I will automatically lose in any dispute with my wife or kids, I won’t be able to get car insurance, and so won’t be able to drive. My life insurance will be worthless too, because the company will say I didn’t tell them I was an alcohol abuser, and so the policy is fraudulent. I won’t be able to get a mortgage, or buy a house, alcohol abusers are notorious credit risks. “But I just had two Blue lights, and haven’t left the bar yet” I protest. I ask the bartender to tear up the report, and he refuses, saying it would be worth his job. I say I am going to go to court to get this report

squashed, and tell my tablemates they will be witnesses that I did nothing wrong. They are all studiously looking at the wall, and I realize they are afraid to go against the establishment, for fear of reprisals, sort of like supporting Bruce Montague. At this point I wake up sitting bolt upright in bed and sweating profusely. Whew, thank goodness, it was only a nightmare, heck, I didn’t even play golf, even when I was young. So I told Joe about this bizarre dream. He said such a scenario probably could not actually occur, even in our over-governed, over-regulated country in the throes of a war to legalize marijuana by demonizing alcohol and tobacco. But way too close.

Donation boosts DRHC’s colorectal cancer screening capabilities By Jon Thompson The local program that provides some of the shortest wait times for colorectal testing is about to get even better. The Thunder Bay Regional Cancer Centre visited the Dryden Regional Health Centre on Nov. 13 with a $50,000 donation to bolster equipment. “This helps us a lot. This will maintain the service alive and moving forward. It will provide the best quality care that’s available in 2013,” said surgeon, George Rabbat. The Dryden hospital’s colorectal testing program has a catchment of 15,000 people, 600 of which used the service last year alone. Its fully-staffed department uses seven colonoscopes and gastroscopes to support remarkable expedience that has dropped wait times to less than two months. “Wait times for colorectal screening were lengthy and now that we’re up to full complement – we have two general surgeons and a visiting specialist that provide

the screenings – we’re among he best in the entire province. For people waiting to access these services, you’re not waiting long to get it here in Dryden,” said Dryden Regional Health Services Foundation coordinator, Chuck Schmitt. “This $50,000 donation is going to allow us to direct fundraising dollars to other areas of the hospital that need funding.” The top of the hospital’s list in this respect is the Stratus ARM monitor with a connector kit, a $38,000 high definition camera. Further gastroscopes and colonoscopes come second, as the machines have a limited lifespan. The Thunder Bay Regional Cancer Centre coordinates cancer care throughout the region through the Northern Cancer Fund, 10 per cent of which is distributed across hospitals in Northwestern Ontario. It’s leading a $5.9-million in fundraising to contribute to a $32-million campaign that will upgrade cancer care. The region outside of Thunder Bay from Hearst to Kenora will see

$600,000. Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation president, Glenn Craig pointed to Red Lake where a $435 donation has resulted in a $17,000 contribution from the fund, which he said is a good return on investment and further mobile investments may further improve care. “Cancer care Ontario and the regional cancer program is investing in

things like the mobile screening coach because for most cancers, early detection is the best indicator of good outcomes,” he said. “We’re being creative by creating things like the mobile coach for breast cancer screening. Survival rates were really high so this year, we bought a new coach. The new coach is also going to do colorectal screening and cervical screening so it’s trying to bundle.”

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Contractors at work on the site of the Wainwright Solar Project. The 100-acre site will host approximately 48,000 solar panels generating 10 MW of renewable energy per year. It is one of three projects of comparable size in the region being developed by the same company. Photo by Chris Marchand

Wainwright solar project working toward Spring completion By Chris Marchand Construction of a 10 mega-watt solar power generating project just north of Dryden is projected to add power to the electrical grid this coming spring, say its proponents. Dubbed ‘Wainwright’, the large-scale project, located near the junction of Richan Rd. and Morton Rd., is a joint venture between Ontario Solar PV Fields (an ATS company) and Q-cells. It is one of the partnership’s seven projects across Ontario’s north including three similar sized operations in the nearby Rainy River District. Other developments are occurring in Kapuskasing, Hearst and Ramore. Speaking from Montreal, project engineer Joseph Watchi of Fiera Axium Infrastructure Inc. says Wainwright closely resembles many similar develop-

“We’re maybe 20 to 30 per cent into the project. We’re going to aim to work throughout the winter..” -Joseph Watchi, Wainwright Project Engineer ments popping up across Northern and Southern Ontario. “It’s one of the biggersized solar projects that you get within the province’s FIT (feed-in-tariff) program,” said Watchi. “Typically what I see across

Ontario, most other projects are 10 megawatts/AC, or close to that, as well.” Occupying over 104 acres, the project will host approximately 48,000 stationary photo-voltaic panels arranged in eight arrays. Watchi says the industry has seen significant technological gains in recent years. “What we’re seeing in this industry is that the panels are getting bigger, more efficient and the wattage has increased,” said Watchi. “Five years ago you would have a 115 watt panel that was a square meter. Today, the same size panel would be 200 watts. They’re becoming more efficient and the price is dropping.” Crews on site have already established a collector system of underground wiring to transfer

the direct current gathered by the solar panels to inverters which will convert it to alternating current. Concrete foundations will support the inverter stations and H-piles driven into the ground to support the racking systems which will house the solar panels. Leading into construction the project was required to conduct studies on noise, archeological and heritage resources of the immediate area and a

wetland assessment among other reports and was granted approval by the Ontario Ministry of Environment, Dec. 21, 2012. It hosted a final public meeting Feb. 22, 2012 at the Oxdrift Hall. Watchi says construction throughout the winter months will depend a great deal on the weather. “We’re maybe 20 to 30 per cent into the project,” he said. “We’re going to aim to work throughout the winter, but depending on the conditions, especial-

ly in January and February, we may have to stop for a month or two. If the weather’s nice we hope to be done in April, but otherwise we have until June.” When completed the project will employ two to three full-time local technicians who will monitor and maintain the site to ensure it remains in good working order. Watchi says local contractors would provide snow removal, landscaping and sub station maintenance.

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New school security measures in place By Jon Thompson Beginning on Dec. 2, both public and Catholic schools in the Northwest will deploy video camera surveillance. The province committed $3,100 to each school for what it dubs “Safe Welcome Systems,” video cameras outside of locked school entrances with a buzzer system that will patch through to the office. The school will be able to

view visitors on camera, and visitors must identify themselves and the purpose of the visit before being granted entry. Although the program launched provincially in 2005, local schools have adopted it this year. “This really is about the safety of students and staff, so the school staff is aware of who is in the school,” said Northwest Catholic School Board director, Rick Boisvert.

“It’s something that has been in the works for a little while but we thought we’d wait until installation. We wanted to wait until the equipment was up and in operation before we made the community aware of the changes.” Elementary schools in the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board installed the systems over the summer so its staff had time to ensure they would be effective by

the Dec. 2 launch date. Original installations were too high for some Kindergarten students, for example and they have since been adjusted. “I would say it’s working extremely well,” said public school board director, Sean Monteith. “There have been a couple of bugs we’ve needed to address but I’m confident in saying that by Dec. 1, they will be ironed out.”

Colonoscopy equipment funded Staff of the Dryden Regional Health Centre and the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre celebrate a $50,000 commitment to improving colorectal cancer screening in Dryden. For the full story see page 5. Staff Photo

Board making progress on Aboriginal graduation rate By Jon Thompson Aboriginal students are graduating from high school in four years at a rate nearly 30 per cent less than their non-Aboriginal counterparts. The Keewatin-Patricia District School Board released the non-Aboriginal graduation rates for the first time on Nov. 12, showing 83 per cent of those who entered high school in 2009 graduated in 2013, compared to 55 per cent of Aboriginal students. When accounting for a fifth year, 89 per cent of non-aboriginal students graduate, a figure well above the 69 per cent of self-identified Aboriginal students. “I’m hoping the public reporting of the gap will allow for a wider conversation,” said the board’s student success leader, Scott Urquhart. “I think the conversation is about, number one, let’s make sure everyone is aware of the gap. Number two, let’s have a conversation about what can be done to collectively change that. We certainly recognize that most of the work is done in our classrooms with our teachers and students but we believe in Keewatin-Patricia that the engagement of Aboriginal partners is an important part of this, too.” Urquhart said partnering with Seven Generations Education Institute has melded the expertise of both organizations and contributed to better curriculum in a cultural context. He believes further partnerships can help modify the public school system to adapt to the needs of Aboriginal students. “We do a considerable amount of work with our (Aboriginal) students and (First Nations) communities. We need to do more work. We need to engage more folks in that work, really with the goal of try-

ing to close that gap. I think the releasing of the data shows us exactly what the gap is and honestly shows us how hard we’re going to have to work to close it.” Keewatin-Patricia director, Sean Monteith said although a 50 per cent graduation rate among Aboriginal students seems “horrific,” significant progress has been made over the past decade. “Internally the senior

administration in the board and staff have been having this conversation for a while,” he said. “We want to have this conversation by reporting on this, we are identifying there is a significant gap. Until we reported on these figures, there was a sense that there was a gap but until you know how big that gap is and the reasons the gap exists, you’ll never be able to close it.”

Dryden High School studies Grade 7/8 integration By Jon Thompson Based on the success of integrating Grade 7 and 8 students into Beaver Brae Secondary School in Kenora, Dryden High School is now undergoing a study to determine whether the benefits of a Grade 7-12 model would apply locally. “At this point in time, we’re investigating the possibility around the 7-12 model in secondary schools across the system which includes Dryden High School,” said KeewatinPatricia District School Board director, Sean Monteith. “Staff have been engaged, preliminary in earnest about a 7-12 model but we’re looking at it and in the New Year, I think the trustees are expecting to receive a report on the 7-12 model in Kenora and the expansion across the system.” The Beaver Brae experience saw extensive consultation with parents and the establishment of a “school within a school’ model where formerly elementary level students were physically separated from older teenagers to protect them from the potential influences present in teenaged life. Those students presented at the Nov. 12 board meeting, expressing their fondness for the change. Monteith is looking forward to discussing the potential,

“The Grade 7-12 experience so far in Kenora is proving to be a wonderfully successful endeavour...” -Sean Monteith, Director of Education , KPDSB although he recognizes the planning that was undertaken would have to start from scratch if Kenora’s success is to be replicated. “The Grade 7-12 experience so far in Kenora, is proving to be a wonderfully successful endeavour. What is the driving indicator is the response and voice we’re getting from the students. Students are happy, staff is happy, parents are happy. It’s one of those rare occasions where everybody is happy,” Monteith said, chuckling. “There’s no denying the fact that each of our communities is very unique and has its own character traits. Dryden and Kenora are two very different communities.”

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Members of the public poured in to the meeting room at 24 Duke St. to listen to KPMG’s Oscar Poloni outline the consultant group’s plan to find further cost savings in an already stretched-thing city budget, Nov. 13. Photo by Chris Marchand

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out having these individuals necessarily feel it,” Poloni told council. “The in-camera opportunities are ‘Plan B.’” “Plan A Opportunities” -The municipality now pays $4.5 million in interest and principle on its debts each year. KPMG argues consolidating loans and restructuring debt could reduce annual payments between now and 2029. Depending on the finance options, Poloni speculated the city could save between $500,000 and $2,633,000 per year. -Dryden is served by four fire halls, eight kilometers apart. The report suggests evaluating whether Hall #2 in the former Town of Barclay could be deemed surplus. The building expends $60,000 annually and the fire hall has an additional $40,000 operating budget. -By reducing higher-thanaverage snow removal in the downtown core, Dryden could save $80,000. -City facilities all have different cost recovery expectations. Creating a standardized cost recovery formula could potentially save $102,000. If non-residents paid user fees to use municipal facilities such as the arena, consultants suggest an additional $50,000 could be recovered. -By moving Provincial Offenses offices into vacant space in City Hall, the city could save $17,000. A second stage of that opportunity could involve staff integration. -The solid waste site in Barclay has five years left in its life cycle and closing it will cost about $500,000. If it were converted to a transfer station where receptacles were taken to the city’s prin-

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cipal landfill site, it could save $20,000. -If the city designed a preventative maintenance program, repairs could be brought “inhouse” and costs may decline by an undetermined amount. -Investment fortunes in green energy may exist with the town of Kapuskasing, which is looking for partners to buy into a Feed In Tariff program that would benefit $100,000 each year over two decades. -Council could opt not to renew the municipal-provincial partnership that oversees Aaron Park, resulting in $10,000. Considering the park was profitable in 2013, City Council has already opted to renew with the Ministry of Natural Resources. -Although the Dryden Development Corporation (DDC) and the Dryden Public Library weren’t subject to the review, KPMG suggests 15 per cent reduction targets on both could reduce costs by $40,000 and $53,000 respectively.

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truck was moved to Hall #1 following Barclay’s amalgamation and that vehicle responded to between 25 and 30 calls last year. He also stressed that volunteers are training monthly and sometimes weekly, as they’re called out one out of every two days. Many of those calls hail from labour-intensive rural areas. “Yes, fire response was lower in the last year for that area but if we have a fire in a large, rural

area, it’s usually a large lakefront home and it requires more resources than a house fire in town. ‘A:’ you don’t have pressurized water source. ‘B:’ you have to get the water there so that takes more people and ‘C:’ the fire usually has a pretty good head start. So it’s pretty labour intensive in a rural area.” Ultimately, the decision to reduce or redistribute services rests with both City Council and administration but Kurz suggested the groundwork has

already been done and the justification for the current level of service has been proven. “I think the folks out there (in Barclay) will all study this themselves and make their views known. We’re being asked to look at everything differently and we’ll do that. We’ll look, but from our point, our services have been studied already and given recommendations so I’d reinforce that to our council and team — that we have been looked at.”

KPMG suggests renewable energy partnership with Kapuskasing By Jon thompson The light at the end of Dryden’s financial tunnel may be coming from above. Investing in solar energy could net the city $2 million over two decades, according to Dryden’s Operational Service Review consultants, KPMG. Northern Ontario’s unlikely leader in the field is Kapuskasing, a community whose Tembec Mill’s value fell from $44 million to $24 million and is now negotiating a worth of $10 million. Kapuskasing’s path to generating a solar industry began six years ago when the town was considering putting panels atop its arena. When staff realized the private sector investment of $10,000 would garner between $100,000 and $150,000, it attempted to partner but was rejected. After looking into the work it would take to launch its own projects, nearby municipalities began approaching Kapuskasing to help lead their own investments. Kapuskasing now leads 30 microfit projects, all completed in 2012, which brought a $100,000 net benefit to the

municipality. Under its plan, Kapuskasing plans and finances rooftop and landbased solar projects and takes a 50 per cent stake in their ownership. “I do all the work for the municipality. I go out and get the municipality, we have our supplier brought to the table, we do local as much as we can in procurement and the municipality provides me with some of the information I need and a portion of the land or roof space. Depending on the sizes, we’ve even given an amount to the municipality for a lease,” explained Kapuskasing chief C administrative officer, Yves Brosseau. “None of the municipalities contribute any money.” In the municipality of Covalt, Kap Solar procured 80 per cent of the initial financing from Infrastructure Ontario, including $400,000 loan guarantees, which don’t impact the town’s debt capacity. “Debt capacity is based on municipal taxation and the payments are coming from electricity revenues so it goes in and goes right back out,” he said. “I’ve been at this for five years. I’m here to make revenues for our communities, not

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to spend their money that they don’t have. Kapuskasing isn’t in any better shape than Dryden.” KPMG identified a sixMegawatt energy potential in the Dryden area. Brosseau suggested that capacity could fit 12 projects, should the city choose solar as an investment path to development. Ontario has approved 1,000 projects to feed solar energy back into the grid. Of the 25 approved in Northern Ontario, Kapuskasing was partnered with nine of them. Brosseau committed to making presentations to City Council upon request. Although several private companies have approached the municipality of Armstrong, the town’s chief administrative officer Reynald Rivard said no offer matched the return on Kapuskasing’s plans. “I wouldn’t even try it alone. We just do not have the time, being a small municipality with a three-staff office to get into doing this ourselves,” he said. “They have a more enticing profit margin at the end of the day than other individuals – other than having to do it yourself. Then you get all the profits.”

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University of Calgary Dinos lineman and Dryden’s own Tyler Langlais will play in the Vanier Cup, Saturday in Quebec City.

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when a bad situation comes in you can work your way through it.” Langlais’ talents landed him on the conference allstar squad, along with three of his fellow linemen and eight more of his teammates. With his sights set on a career in the CFL, Langlais says he hopes the significant exposure of the Vanier Cup and his graduating year next season will attract the attention of major-league scouts. “You have to show them you can play in hard times, when things are

The stakes are getting even higher in a breakout season for Dryden’s Tyler Langlais in the Canadian university football scene. On the heels of their Mitchell Cup win over the weekend, the defensive lineman and his University of Calgary Dinos are headed to a showdown in Quebec City, Nov. 23, where they will vie for the Vanier Cup — the top prize in CIS Football. Both the Dinos and their opponents, the Laval Rouge et Or, stand unde-

feated in their respective seasons. Langlais’ own story has been one of sheer perseverance and years of hard work that is beginning to pay off. Dino’s Offensive Coordinator Greg DeLaval says Langlais has become an influential presence on the field in 2013 — seizing on an important opportunity to have a larger role with the team. “We had our entire Dline graduate last year — one of them went to the NFL, and another to the CFL — Tyler really

stepped up,” said DeLaval. “Usually it takes a couple years to get back to the same level. But he’s come in and has been able to provide some excellent leadership. For only playing three games last year, that’s pretty remarkable.” From his graduation from Dryden High School in 2008, Langlais was recruited to play with the Prairie Football League’s Winnipeg Rifles where he garnered Most Improved honours in 2010, then the Most Valuable Player award in 2011. Studying Communica-

tions and Culture, Langlais spent his freshman year as a Dinos ‘redshirt’, in 2012 he dressed for just five games and recorded four tackles. With a gaping six-man hole in the Dino’s defensive line to be filled in 2013, Langlais says he’s tried to give the Dinos coaching staff exactly what they’re looking for. “It’s just being consistent,” said Langlais. “Being on the field and having the coaches trust that you know exactly what you’re doing in a specific moment and that

getting out of control,” he said. “Going through all these national level games, I get to show that even though this is my first time starting in this game that the pressure won’t bother me.” DeLaval says Langlais’ willingness to work hard throughout the year could very well land him a spot with a professional team. “He’s got the off-season work ethic and the size that some of the other players that have gone in that direction have displayed, so sure, he could do it.”

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DHS Athletes of the Week starts up in the spring. One of her favourite memories as a DHS athlete was when she went to OFSAA for cross country running. In contrast of Brosseau’s very busy athletic life- she enjoys to eat and spend time with her friends during her minimal spare time. Season two court sports start on Dec.10 vs. the Fort Frances Muskies. Come out and support Dryden High School athletes.

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Local Métis celebrate Louis Riel Day by Chris Marchand Members of the local Métis community observed the 128th anniversary of the 1885 execution of Métis resistance leader Louis Riel with an event at the Legion Hall, Nov. 15. The dinner event followed by dancing was a bit of a new direction for how the local group paid homage to the defining event in their cultural history. “Usually the Northwest Métis like to have a fall feast,” said Northwest Métis’ Nancy Hatch. “This year we just decided to combine the two events — have one big celebration on one day.” Nearly 120 people attended the event. 2013 is the 20th anniversary of the Métis Nation of Ontario. A throng appeared on

Two-time world jigging champion, Devon Ross performs the Red River Jig at Louis Riel Day celebrations at the Legion Hall, Nov. 15. Photo by Jon Thompson

the steps of City hall earlier in the day to raise the Métis flag. The Northwest Métis offer free programs to those who qualify including a Community Action Program for Children (under age 6), and Healthy Babies. Through a network of volunteers the group also assists those in need with transportation to medical appointments.

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Carollers making an IMPACT during Midnight Madness Amidst the hustle and bustle of Dryden’s Midnight Madness Shopping event, carollers from Dryden’s IMPACT youth group added a warm Christmas feeling to the chilly November night by singing Christmas carols in Wilson’s Court in Dryden’s Downtown. IMPACT is a combined youth ministry featuring members from Timbers Community Church and Dryden Full Gospel Church. The group is planning a mission trip to India in March 2014 to work at children’s hostels and orphanages. Photo by Chris Marchand

Locals to entertain at Festival of Trees events By Observer Staff A great lineup of local entertainers are in store during this week’s Festival of Trees. Thursday’s Seniors Afternoon Tea begins with opening remarks from dignitaries at 1:15 p.m. to be followed by sets from Leslie Nuttall and Gordon Franklin; Wayne

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Franklin, Shannyn Peters, a demonstration by a local ballroom dancing group, Bill Kalka and Judy McEwen. The show will be more intimate in 2013, using the Auditorium B section of The Centre and making use of the facility’s new sound equipment for smaller productions. On Friday the public

can view the spectacular collection of decorated trees for free from 10-4 p.m. A wine tasting event begins at 7 p.m. with individual musical sets from piano player Adria Penner, classical guitarist Marcel Penner and guitarist Jim Gee. From 9:15 through 10 p.m. the musicians will gather together for an improvisational set.

On Saturday, check out a fashion show from 11-2 p.m. Grace Haven provides socialization opportunities for seniors living in and outside of Patricia Gardens Senior Centre which plays host to the program. See the ad at the bottom of the page for more details.

Sunset Country Quilters Guild planning big show in Spring April 26-27 show to be one of region’s largest quilting events Submitted Dryden and area’s Sunset Country Quilters Guild’s Quilt Show is one

of the region’s most popular, and its members are proudly responsible for hosting one of the largest events of its kind, drawing hundreds of springtime visitors to the two-day event. To be recognized as a major event is the direct result of the collaborative efforts of several Guild members, local businesses, and many volunteers. Dryden’s 2014 spring Quilt

Show will be on April 26 and 27, and the theme for this year’s show will be “Christmas”. Quilting, sewing, and needle arts enthusiasts love to view the stunning locally made quilts, wall hangings, wearables and gift items, many of which are available for purchase, and see them as pieces of inspiration and motivation to complete personal projects. This is not a juried show, but a viewing only show, although the public is invited to

Festival of Trees in support of Grace Haven

All events are held at The Centre, 100 Casimir Ave.

Thursday, November 21

Seniors Afternoon Tea

1:20 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Doors Open At 1:00) Local Entertainers, refreshments and fun! Free admission for all seniors

Family Movie Night 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Admission $5.00; Family of 5 or more $20.00

6:00 p.m. visit with Santa 6:30 p.m. – Movie starts

Refreshments courtesy of Dryden Trillium Lions

Friday, November 22

Displays open to the Public for free! 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Donate to the Dove Tree in memory of a deceased loved one; and purchase tickets for the Penny Auction ($5.00/25 tickets)

Wine Tasting

7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Sample wines and select foods during this magical night. Enjoy fantastic local music talent! Tickets $35.00 per person available at The Centre (limited tickets)

Saturday, November 23

Winter Wonderland Luncheon Fashion Show 11:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m.

Fashion Show by Ella Lynn’s Gourmet Buffet Lunch Beautiful decorated tables Christmas Music Limited tickets ($30.00 each) available at Ella Lynn’s

Penny Auction Draw begins 2:30 p.m.

vote anonymously for their favourite item to receive the annual Viewer’s Choice Award. You will be in awe at the variety and types of quilts on display. The expertise in design and craftsmanship is amazing, and you have probably never before seen some of these techniques and materials used in a quilt. A variety of local and regional vendors will offer new products, advice, and tips and trends, along with the friendly service typically found at quilt shows. Open workshops and regionally recognized speakers have always been a big draw, along with the opportunity to mix ‘n mingle and exchange creative ideas. Register early! Plus, of course, visiting out-of-towners enjoy the selection of shopping opportunities that Dryden provides. One way that a Quilt Show generates economic revenue for the area is through the overnight bus groups, or vehicles crammed full of happy quilters, that visit leaving thousands of dollars in the Dryden and area economy. These dollars are spent on lodging, meals, admissions, fees, shopping, souvenirs, gas, services and entertainment. Perhaps you will consider dropping in to Dryden’s spring Quilt Show 2014, or maybe you are thinking about entering your quilt, wall hanging, or a garment. If so, now’s the time to get started on it! Entries from the public are welcomed and encouraged. See you at the Quilt Show. For more Quilt Show details and to register your quilted item visit sunsetcountryquilters.c om/quilt-show/information, or for information about the Sunset Country Quilters Association visit sunsetcountryquilters.com.


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CLUES ACROSS 1. Bawled out 10. Former “Today” host 12. Shape anew 13. Skulls 15. Renting dwellers 16. Choose to refrain 18. Anno Domini 19. Old French small coin 20. Carry out 21. Dashes 24. Expresses suspicion

27. Followed the trail of 30. The highest point of something 31. Geological times 33. Cartilaginous structure 34. Hill (Celtic) 35. Bura 37. Center of a wheel 39. __ de plume 41. String, lima or green 42. Greek goddess of discord

CLUES DOWN 1. Buddhist monk of Tibet 2. Egyptian sun god 3. Soft roe 4. Garden planting areas 5. Atomic #89 6. Soul and calypso songs 7. Large European flatfish 8. Expunction 9. Impression in a surface 10. PBS filmmaker Burns 11. Former OSS 12. Draft an edict

14. Assistant 15. Proclamation upon finishing 17. Slight head bend 22. Asian ethnic hill people 23. SE Asian goat antelope 24. Aware of the latest trends 25. Person of Arabia 26. Industrial process to produce ammonia 28. Expressed pleasure 29. The plural of crus 32. Old Thailand 36. Riboneucleic acid 38. One who assembles books 40. Cosa Nostra member 43. Pouchlike structures 44. Violent action 45. ___ of March 46. Slum area of a city 51. Valuable, useful possession 54. Philemon (Biblical abbr.) 55. Shaped bread 56. Fruits of the gourd family 57. Copyread 58. Double curve 59. Photographs (slang) 60. Side sheltered from the wind 64. Atomic #86

November 17 - November 23 ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, you have a lot on your mind, but only one concern demands your undivided attention. Find a quiet space to think things through and trust your gut feelings.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, a spark of ingenuity hits you out of the blue and you know just how to put that inspiration to good use. Set your plan in motion as soon as you are able.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, friendships may weaken if you don't keep up your end of the relationship. Make an effort to get together with your friends and take the initiative with planning.

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, after a few hectic weeks at home and at the office, now is the ideal time for a vacation. Cast all responsibilities aside and enjoy some rest and relaxation.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, your approach to a problem is not working. It could be time to take an entirely new approach and see if this produces results. Be patient with this new approach.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, you may prefer to keep certain things to yourself no matter how strongly others insist you share. Don't succumb to pressure to share those things you prefer remain private.

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Don't be surprised if a busy week finds you dog tired come the weekend, Cancer. Use the time off to recharge your batteries on this well-deserved break. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Few things can hold your interest this week, Leo. Although friends try, they can't seem to keep you focused on any one thing. Expect to jump from task to task this week. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, an unexpected consequence appears this week and you are caught completely off guard. Don't let others see your surprise. You must simply roll with the punches.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Several new opportunities are coming your way, Capricorn. You just need to sort through all of them and figure out just what you want to do in the next few weeks. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 The new season has you feeling refreshed and ready for new beginnings, Aquarius. Make the most of this new lease on life and encourage others to join you. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, maintain your focus around the office, as you will have to juggle multiple tasks in the week ahead.

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Thank You We wish to thank the businesses, schools & people in Vermilion Bay, Oxdrift, Eagle River & Quibell who sold & bought poppies, bought wreaths & made donations for another successful Poppy Campaign. We also thank the Cadets & the Bugler and the people & children who attended the Remembrance Day Services at Vermilion Bay and Oxdrift. Thank You The Royal Canadian Legion Oxdrift Branch #41

Craft Fair & Home Based Business

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Fri., Nov. 29 - 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sat., Nov. 30 - 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

PUBLIC MEETING

Dryden Fairgrounds Multiplex Building

Evergreen Golf Course & Eagles’ Landing Golf Course is hosting a public meeting to present its Annual Report on Class 9 pesticide use as required by Ontario Regulation 63/09 under the Pesticides Act. The Annual Report summarizes the use of Class 9 pesticides used at Evergreen Golf Course and Eagles’ Landing Golf Course in 2012.

For more information DDAS@223-6766 or email info@drydenfair.ca

BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC Tues., Nov. 26 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Clinics will be held the last Tuesday of each month.

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ObitUarieS Delia Ledoux

It is with great sadness that the Ledoux family said goodbye to their moth-

er, sister, and grandmother Delia Ledoux who passed away peacefully with her

family by her side at the Princess Court care home at the age of 79 after a lengthy illness. Delia was predeceased by her parents Lizzy & Jim Chartrand, son Kenneth, brothers Hubert, Marcel and Alan, sister Eva, and ex-husband Clifford. Delia is survived by children Brant, Jeff (Jolene and Chyanne), Dean (Galina and Michael), Darrel (n/n Babe), and daughter-in-law Jennifer Caplin. Her sisters Millie Flamand, Lena Ledoux,

Alice Marion, Ruby Paquin all of Dryden, Colleen Stanley of Fort Frances and Loretta Belanger of Edmonton Alberta. Brothers Norman Chartrand of Winnipeg , and Frank Chartrand of Dryden, and many nieces and nephews. Mom was born in Camperville MB and moved to Dryden in the early to mid 1950's with her husband Cliff. In the Early years in Dryden mom worked alongside her husband in the bush cut-

ting and skidding trees and picking cones. In the early 70's mom started working at the woodlands (Avenor) mill until her retirement. Mom and dad built our family home together and later built an apartment building next to our old home. Mom loved showing off her accomplishments from her well-kept homes to her stylish decor. After her retirement and on days off she could be found playing rummy with her sisters and parents. She

enjoyed going to the bingo and occasionally the casino in Winnipeg. Mom was so proud to be a grandmother and her eyes would light up & shine whenever her granddaughter Chyanne would come to visit and would spend hours holding and feeding her. Mom's love and dedication to her family held no bounds. We all love you mom, rest well and we'll see you again. You will forever be our ROYAL HIGHNESS.

Melvin K. Brannan - 1939 – 2013

In loving memory of Melvin Brannan, age 74 years, who passed away in Princess Court on Tuesday, November 12th. Melvin is survived by his wife Robbie, his daughters: Joy Coutts (Ron), Jill Lyle (Jim) and Jackie Dubois (Scott), by 6 grandchildren:

Ashley and Jordan Coutts, Jeffrey and Jayden Lyle, Kelsey and Hannah Dubois, his brothers Doug Brannan of Dryden and Randy Brannan of Hamiota, Manitoba, his Aunt Lillian Flovick of International Falls as well as nieces, nephews and other relatives. He was predeceased by his brother Kelvin in infancy, his parents Leonard and Carrie Brannan, and sisters Mildred Danis and Carol Fykes. Melvin was born in Emo and grew up in the North Branch area. He came to Dryden and worked in the forestry industry for over 48 years running a chipper for Ricci Contracting at the end of his career. Melvin’s grandchildren

were the lights of his life and he loved sharing times with them including swimming, attending hockey games and walks in the park. He also loved his dog Snowy, enjoyed fishing and the outdoors and carpentry. A Memorial Funeral Service was held Saturday, November 16th at 11:00 a.m. in First United Church with Rev. Warner Bloomfield officiating. Interment of ashes will take place in the Dryden Cemetery at a later date. If friends desire donations may be made to Princess Court DECO through the Stevens Funeral Homes P.O. Box 412, Dryden ON P8N 2Z1. Condolences may be posted at www.stevensfuneralhomes.ca

John Manchulenko – December 16, 1916 - November 14, 2013

John Manchulenko, aged 96, passed away peacefully at Princess Court on Thursday, November 14, 2013. He was born in LaRivere Manitoba December 16, 1916. His family moved to Methvin, Manitoba in 1921. When his father passed away in 1930, the family moved to Winnipeg. He finished his education there and did odd jobs around the city. In 1934 he and his brother Bill moved to Upsala, Ontario. They worked on highway construction and a local tourist hunting camp in the summer and fall and in logging camps

in the winter. In 1938, he helped his brother Bill start a hunting and fishing lodge south of Martin, Ontario. Due to the war, they closed the lodge in 1941. He married Mary Kolisnyk in 1940 and they lived in Winnipeg until 1946. The family moved back to Upsala in 1946 and there he worked on highway construction in the summer and logging in the winter. In 1951, John and Mary started a tourist camp, Breezy Point, just east of Ignace. In 1952, they moved to Ignace and lived there for the next 50 years. After running the tourist camp for 45 years, they sold it and retired in 1996. In 2003 they moved to a retirement home in Dryden. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary in 2010, his mother, father, 3 sisters and 2 brothers and his only grandson, Curtis. He is survived by son George (Cheryl) of Ignace, daughter Gail Molloy (Bob) of Dryden, 3 granddaughters: Sherri Dawn Gillis (Earl), Shannon

Molloy and Kristen Barrett (Darrin) and 4 great-grandchildren: Brett, Brody, Cole and Shayla. Visitation was held on Monday, November 18th, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. with Prayers at 7 p.m. at the Dryden Community Funeral Home Chapel. A Funeral Mass was held Tuesday, November 19th, 2013 at 10 a.m. with Visitation from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church in Ignace with Father Al Campeau officiating. Interment to follow at the Ignace Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Princess Court Activity Fund or Dryden Regional Health Centre Room Renovation Fund. He’s finally gone to join Mary. If friends so desire, donations may be made to the Princess Court Activity Fund or DRHC Room Refurbishing through the Dryden Community Funeral Home 249 Grand Trunk Ave., Dryden, ON P8N 2X3

Health Unit to launch telephone survey, Nov. 25 Submitted Starting November 25, the Northwestern Health Unit will be conducting a telephone survey with its partners. The survey follows a similar study done with a random sample of area residents earlier this year. The survey will be conducted by an independent firm based out of Sudbury, ON, Oraclepoll Research. The short, confidential survey is seeking information from individual partners (from health, education, social service and

other agencies) about their awareness of health unit programs and services, perceptions of their partnerships with NWHU, and how the health unit can help make our communities healthier. Mark Perrault, Chief Executive Officer, states "This is another way we are gathering the information we need to provide our region with the best public health services. Our work with partners is so important to positively influence health in our area". The health unit will also

use the survey to measure the success of their 20132016 Strategic Plan. "Our strategic plan outlines all of the things we want to accomplish over the next four years. A survey now, and a survey again in 2016 will help us know if there have been changes based on the work we have done", says Perrault. The strategic plan is available at www.nwhu.on.ca. For more information about the survey email talkpublichealth@nwhu.on. ca.

Thank you

Memorial Donations

The family of Norm Bergeron would like to express our heartfelt thanks to those who came from near and far to help us celebrate Norm’s life. Thank you for your prayers, kindness and support and those who sent food, gift baskets, flowers and cards and those who made a donation to the ALS society of Manitoba. Thank you Father Alan Campeau for the beautiful funeral mass. To the Ladies of the CWL thank you for the great luncheon. Thank you to Stevens Funeral Home for the professional and compassionate services we received. The ALS Society of Manitoba, Barb Linquist from CCAC and Revera Home Health, thank you for all that you did for us so that Norm was able to stay at home till the end, that was his wish. You have all touched our hearts and we will never forget you for that. Sincerely Diane, Chantalle, Kyle, Melanie, James, Nick, Taylor

Please consider the following Associations: Alzheimer Society of Kenora/Rainy River Districts Box 837 Kenora, ON P9N 4B5 1-800-682-0245 alzheimers@kenora.com www.alzheimerkenoraand rainyriverdistricts.com

CHUrCH ServiCeS 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 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 Pastor Adam Hall 58 King St. www.firstbaptistchurchdryden.com Christian Education ............ 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship.................10:30 a.m. Check out the website, or call for more details on: various Bible Studies, Youth Group, special events & what we believe. 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 tf

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. 1st Sunday of each month Contempory Style Service 10:30 a.m. Communion at 11:00 a.m. Thursdays 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

TIMBERS COMMUNITY CHURCH 223-8809 timberscc@gmail.com 6:00 p.m. – New Prospect School Christian & Missionary Alliance tf

Dryden Area Anglican Foundation Box 820 Dryden, ON P8N 2Z4 For Info call 937-5449 Dryden Regional Health Services Foundation Box 3003, Dryden, ON P8N 2Z6 E-mail: cschmitt@dh.dryden.on.ca

Phone: 223-8808 “Keeping health care close to home” Grace Haven 35 Van Horne Avenue Dryden, Ontario P8N 3B4 E-mail: gracehaven@drytel.net Web: www.gracehaven.ca Phone: 807-223-5278 Fax: 807-223-5273 Second Chance Pet Network “Dryden’s Animal Shelter” Box 343 Dryden, ON P8N 2Z1 223-3335 Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation Northern Cancer Fund & Northern Cardiac Fund 980 Oliver Road Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6V4 1-877-696-7223 www.healthsciencesfoundation.ca

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(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) (39) The Big Bang Theory (15) Duck Dynasty (16) That’s Hockey (19) Expedition Tiger (21) Hockey Subway Series

(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) (39) The Big Bang Theory (15) The First 48 (16) That’s Hockey (19) Mighty Movers (21) In Depth With Graham

(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) (39) The Big Bang Theory (15) The First 48 (16) Hockey NHL Montréal

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Wild vs. Ottawa Senators (26) Jessie (28) Extreme Couponing (30) Pawn Stars (47) iCarly (48) Modern Family

6:30 p.m. (2) Let’s Ask America (4) Michiana Week (5) (8) Entertainment Tonight (7) Jeopardy! (9) The Rick Mercer Report (12) Wheel of Fortune (13) Global National (13) (7:00) News Hour (14) (39) The Big Bang Theory (16) 24/ 7 (21) NFL Game Day (26) The Next Step (28) Say Yes to the Dress (30) American Restoration (47) Japanizi: Going, Going,

Gong! (48) Modern Family

7:00 p.m. The Middle Nova (48) Revolution Spin Off (12) Survivor: Blood vs. Water (9) George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (14) The X Factor (15) Duck Dynasty (19) The Agenda With Steve Paikin (24) Moonshiners (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) Extreme Cheapskates (30) American Restoration (39) Meet the Browns (47) Wipeout (70) EastEnders (2) (4) (5) (7) (8)

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8:00 p.m. (2) (48) Modern Family (4) Nova (5) Law & Order: Special

7:00 p.m. (2) (48) Once Upon a Time in

Wonderland (4) This Old House (5) Parks and Recreation (7) Along Came Polly (2004) (8) Happily Divorced (9) George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (12) The Big Bang Theory (14) The X Factor (15) The First 48 (16) Basketball NBA Los Angeles Clippers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder (19) The Agenda With Steve Paikin (21) Football NFL New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons (24) Fast N’ Loud (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) Say Yes to the Dress (30) Cajun Pawn Stars (39) Meet the Browns (47) Wipeout (70) EastEnders

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8:30 p.m. (2) (48) Super Fun Night (8) The Michael J. Fox Show (13) Entertainment Tonight (15) Duck Dynasty (26) The Next Step (28) Extreme Cheapskates (30) Cajun Pawn Stars (39) House of Payne

9:00 p.m. (2) (48) Nashville (4) Comet of the Century (5) Dateline NBC (7) Amazon (8) (13) Parenthood (9) Republic of Doyle (12) CSI: Crime Scene

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9:30 p.m. (14) (15) (24) (26) (28)

(9:45) Sports Extra

Duck Dynasty Auction Kings Jessie Buying Nude: The Naked Realtor (39) Seinfeld (47) Mr. Young Dryden Observer: Nov 20, 2013

Weekdays 12:30 p.m. (8) Entertainment Tonight

Canada (12) The Bold and the Beautiful (13) ‘Til Debt Do Us Part (16) (W) Rally (Th) Sportscentre

Top 10 (F) Boxing (Tu) Lumberjacks (19) WordWorld (21) (F) Barclays Premier League World (24) How It’s Made (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) (M, Tu) 19 Kids and Counting (30) (W) Pawn Stars (Th) Cajun Pawn Stars (39) Divorce Court (47) Monster Buster Club (70) (Tu, W) Eternally Yours (Th) Believe: Scriptures (F) Believe: Balance (M) Israel: The Prophetic Connection (19) [12:40] (W) Gisele’s Big Backyard (19) [12:45] (W) Rob the Robot (19) [12:45] (Th, F, M, Tu) Rob the Robot (19) [12:55] (W) Zoboomafoo (13) [1:00] Noon News Hour

1:00 p.m. (2) (48) General Hospital (4) Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (5) The Rachael Ray Show (8) (12) The Talk (9) Republic of Doyle (14) Trisha (15) (W, Th, M, Tu) Criminal

Minds (F) Beyond Scared Straight (16) (W, Th) Darts (Tu) NHL on TSN (19) (Th, F, M, Tu) Zoboomafoo

Canadiens vs. Washington Capitals (19) Joanna Lumley’s Greek

Odyssey (21) Hockey CHL Windsor

Spitfires vs. Guelph Storm (24) Daily Planet (26) The Next Step (28) Say Yes to the Dress:

Atlanta (48) Modern Family (70) Murder, She Wrote

6:30 p.m. (2) Light Up the Season (4) Off the Record (5) (8) Entertainment Tonight (7) Jeopardy! (9) The Rick Mercer Report (12) Wheel of Fortune (13) Global National (13) (7:00) News Hour (14) (39) The Big Bang Theory (26) Penelope (2006) (28) Say Yes to the Dress:

Atlanta (48) Modern Family

7:00 p.m. Last Man Standing American Experience Dateline NBC Scoop (2006) (14) Bones George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (12) Undercover Boss (15) The First 48 (19) The Agenda With Steve Paikin (24) Brave New World (28) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (30) JFK Assassination: The Definitive Guide (39) Meet the Browns (47) (7:15) Gulliver’s Travels (2010) (48) Parks and Recreation (70) EastEnders (2) (4) (5) (7) (8) (9)

8:00 p.m. (2) Grey’s Anatomy (4) JFK: Breaking the News (5) Sean Saves the World (8) (14) Glee (9) The Nature of Things (12) (48) The Crazy Ones (13) Entertainment Tonight

Canada (15) The First 48 (19) West Wind: The Vision of

Tom Thomson Fast N’ Loud Wingin’ It Say Yes to the Dress American Pickers Meet the Browns America’s Funniest Home Videos (70) Columbo: Make Me a Perfect Murder (1978) (24) (26) (28) (30) (39) (47)

8:30 p.m. (5) The Michael J. Fox Show (12) Two and a Half Men (13) Entertainment Tonight (26) The Next Step (28) Say Yes to the Dress (39) House of Payne (48) Package Deal

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Bulls vs. Denver Nuggets Jessie Say Yes to the Dress Seinfeld Mr. Young Ecstatic!

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12:00 to 5:30 p.m. (21) (W, F, M) Barclays Premier League Review Show (Th) Dew Tour Highlights (Tu) The Soccer Central Roundtable (24) (W) Gold Rush: The Dirt (Th) Last Car Standing (F) How It’s Made (M) Auction Kings (Tu) Gold Rush: South America (26) Shake It Up (28) (W, Th, M, Tu) Long Island Medium (F) Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day (30) (W) Restoration Garage (Th) Ice Pilots NWT (F) Movie The Kennedys: Part Two (2:00) (M) Museum Secrets (Tu) Canadian Pickers (39) Judge Alex (47) League of Super Evil (70) Wind at My Back (19) [1:25] (Th, F, Tu) Polkaroo’s Number Wonders

1:30 p.m. (4) Clifford the Big Red Dog (19) Everything’s Rosie (21) (Tu) Soccer (24) (F) How It’s Made (M)

Auction Kings (26) A.N.T. Farm (28) (W, Th, M) Long Island Medium (39) Judge Alex (47) Sidekick (19) [1:40] PAW Patrol (19) [1:55] Peppa Pig

2:00 p.m. (2) (48) Katie (4) Arthur (5) The Doctors (8) (13) Days of Our Lives (9) Steven and Chris (12) Let’s Make a Deal (14) Maury

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) A.N.T. Farm (39) Family Guy (70) Masti (4) (5) (7) (8)

7:00 p.m. (2) Saturday Night Football

Pre-game Show (7:05) Football NCAA Antiques Roadshow The Voice Two Thousand and None (2000) (8) 16x9 (12) How I Met Your Mother (15) Storage Wars (19) Coast (21) Soccer EPL Liverpool vs. Everton (24) Gold Rush (26) Shake It Up (28) Untold Stories of the E.R. (30) Canadian Pickers (39) The Middle (47) Another Cinderella Story (2008) (48) The Project: Guatemala (70) Mulaqat (2) (4) (5) (7)

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(2) The Neighbors (9) Coronation Street (28) Say Yes to the Dress:

Atlanta (39) House of Payne (48) Parks and Recreation (70) Yes Minister

8:00 p.m. (2) Shark Tank (5) Where Were You: The Day

JFK Died (8) (12) Hawaii Five-0 (9) Marketplace (13) Entertainment Tonight Canada (14) (48) Raising Hope (15) The First 48 (19) Heartbeat (24) Highway Thru Hell (26) Jack and the Beanstalk (2010) (28) Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta (39) Meet the Browns (70) Gaither Gospel Hour

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8:00 p.m. (4) Trans-Siberian Orchestra:

The Birth of Rock Theater (5) (8) The Blacklist (12) Criminal Minds (13) 16x9 (15) Storage Wars (19) Churchill’s Desert War:

The Road to El Alamein Canada’s Worst Driver The Next Step Untold Stories of the E.R. The Patriot (2000) The Hangover (2009) Formula 51 (2001) Des Pardes

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8:30 p.m. (15) Storage Wars (26) Wingin’ It

8:30 p.m. (9) The Rick Mercer Report (13) Entertainment Tonight (16) SportsCentre (28) Say Yes to the Dress:

Atlanta (39) House of Payne (48) Raising Hope

9:00 p.m. (2) (7) 20/20 (4) American Experience (8) (13) The Real Sherlock

Holmes (9) the fifth estate (12) Blue Bloods (14) FOX First News (15) The First 48 (19) Foyle’s War (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) JFK: The Smoking Gun (28) Secret Princes (30) Lee Harvey Oswald: 48

Hours to Live (39) Modern Family (48) The Liquidator (70) Gospel to Go

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Jessie Seinfeld Mr. Young The Liquidator Time to Sing

10:00 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (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) The First 48 (16) 24/ 7 (19) The Agenda With Steve

The Crazy Ones Storage Wars Austin and Ally The Middle Made in Punjab

9:00 p.m. (4) ‘60s Pop Flashback:

Hullabaloo Saturday Night Live (12) 48 Hours (13) Perfect Storms Hockey NHL Chicago Blackhawks vs. Vancouver Canucks (15) Flipping Vegas (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) Jungle Gold (26) The Suite Life Movie (2011) (28) Untold Stories of the E.R. (47) (9:15) League of Super Evil (70) Aikam (5) (7) (8) (9)

9:30 p.m. (14) (14) (16) (19) (47)

FOX First at Ten (9:45) Sports Extra

SportsCentre Hard Rock Medical Mr. Young

10:00 p.m. (5) KARE 11 News at 10 p.m. (7) Evening News at 11:00 p.m. (8) News Final (12) WCCO 4 News (13) Love You to Death (14) Axe Cop (14) (10:15) Lucas Bros. Moving

Co. (15) Flipping Vegas (19) Coast (21) Poker National Heads-Up

Championship (24) Fast N’ Loud (28) Untold Stories of the E.R. (39) The Closer (47) Life With Boys (48) CityNews Weekends (70) Taur Punjab Di

Monday

Sunday

6:00 p.m. 7 Action News at 7 KARE 11 News at 6:00 p.m. Wheel of Fortune Hockey NHL Washington Capitals vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (12) WCCO 4 News at 6:00 p.m. (14) Football NCAA Oregon vs. Arizona (15) Storage Wars (16) Football NCAA (19) The Man Who Can Fly (21) Fox Football Daily (24) How It’s Made (26) Wizards of Waverly Place (28) Untold Stories of the E.R. (30) Restoration Garage (39) Family Guy (48) Murdoch Mysteries (70) Sanjha Punjab (2) (5) (7) (9)

7:30 p.m.

7:30 p.m. (4) Ask This Old House (5) Parks and Recreation (8) (12) The Millers (9) Coronation Street (26) A.N.T. Farm (28) Say Yes to the Dress (30) Cajun Pawn Stars (39) House of Payne (70) Miranda

Saturday

Friday

6:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

(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) (39) The Big Bang Theory (15) Shipping Wars (19) Codebreaker (21) Hockey NHL Columbus

(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) (39) The Big Bang Theory (15) Storage Wars (16) Basketball NBA Brooklyn

6:00 p.m. (2) America’s Funniest Home

Videos (4) Father Brown (5) Football Night in America (7) (12) 60 Minutes (15) Duck Dynasty (19) Quest for Solomon’s Mines (24) Daily Planet (26) Wizards of Waverly Place (28) Long Island Medium (30) Cajun Pawn Stars (39) The Big Bang Theory (70) Day of Discovery

6:30 p.m. (8) Focus Manitoba (13) Global National (13) (7:00) News Hour (14) The OT (15) Duck Dynasty (21) Sportsnet Connected (26) A.N.T. Farm (28) Long Island Medium (30) Cajun Pawn Stars (39) The Big Bang Theory (48) Storage Wars Canada (70) Jack Van Impe

7:00 p.m. (2) The 41st Annual American

Music Awards

Blue Jackets vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (24) Daily Planet (26) Phineas and Ferb (28) The 8-Limbed Boy (30) Canadian Pickers (48) Modern Family (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) (39) The Big Bang Theory (15) Shipping Wars (26) Phineas and Ferb (47) Extreme Babysitting (48) Modern Family

7:00 p.m.

(4) Carol Burnett: The Mark

Twain Prize (5) (7:20) Football NFL Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots (7) Spin Off (8) (14) The Simpsons (9) Toy Story of TERROR! (12) The Amazing Race (15) Duck Dynasty (19) Edwardian Farm (24) The Challenger (2013) (26) Shake It Up (28) Long Island Medium (30) Mountain Men (39) Modern Family (47) (7:15) SpongeBob SquarePants (48) Storage Wars Canada (70) Turning Point With Dr. David Jeremiah

Dancing With the Stars Antiques Roadshow The Voice Hart of Dixie (14) Almost Human George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (12) (48) How I Met Your Mother (15) Shipping Wars (19) The Agenda With Steve Paikin (24) MythBusters (26) Phineas and Ferb (28) Born Schizophrenic: January’s Story (30) Canadian Pickers (39) Meet the Browns (47) Wipeout (70) EastEnders (2) (4) (5) (7) (8) (9)

7:30 p.m. (7) The Watchlist (8) (14) Bob’s Burgers (9) Mr. Bean (15) Duck Dynasty (21) Sportsnet Magazine’s the

Big Book of Sports Lists Austin and Ally Long Island Medium Modern Family Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! (48) Meet the Family (70) Amazing Facts (26) (28) (39) (47)

8:00 p.m. (7) Taken (2008) (8) (14) Family Guy (9) Dragons’ Den (12) The Good Wife (13) Border Security: Canada’s

Front Line (15) Duck Dynasty (19) Around the World in 80 Gardens (21) Poker National Heads-Up Championship (26) The Next Step (28) Long Island Medium (30) Ancient Aliens (39) Terminator Salvation (2009) (47) Splatalot (48) You Belong to Me (2007) (70) Cornerstone With Pastor John Hagee

8:30 p.m. (8) (14) American Dad (13) The Simpsons (15) Duck Dynasty (26) Wingin’ It (47) Extreme Babysitting (70) Joyce Meyer

9:00 p.m. (4) Masterpiece Classic (8) (13) The Good Wife (9) Dragons’ Den (12) The Mentalist (14) FOX First at Ten (15) Duck Dynasty (16) Grey Cup Post-game Show (19) A History of Scotland (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) Alaska: The Last Frontier (26) Dadnapped (2009) (28) Breaking the Faith (30) Bible Secrets Revealed (47) Life With Boys (70) Joel Osteen

9:30 p.m. (14) (15) (16) (47) (70)

(9:45) Sports Extra

Duck Dynasty SportsCentre Mr. Young Beyond Today

10:00 p.m.

Tuesday

7:30 p.m. (9) Coronation Street (12) (48) 2 Broke Girls (15) Shipping Wars (16) Football NFL San Francisco

49ers vs. Washington Redskins (26) Phineas and Ferb (39) House of Payne (70) Keeping Up Appearances

8:00 p.m. (4) Antiques Roadshow (7) Analyze This (1999) (8) (14) Sleepy Hollow (9) Murdoch Mysteries (12) (48) Mike & Molly (13) Entertainment Tonight

Canada (15) Shipping Wars (19) New Tricks (24) Auction Kings (26) Phineas and Ferb (28) Born Schizophrenic: Jani at 10 (30) Restoration Garage (39) Meet the Browns (47) Wendell & Vinnie (70) theZoomer

8:30 p.m. (12) (13) (15) (21) (24) (26) (39) (47)

(48) Mom

Entertainment Tonight Shipping Wars Sportsnet Connected Auction Kings The Next Step House of Payne iCarly

9:00 p.m. (2) Castle (4) Independent Lens (5) (8) (13) The Blacklist (9) Cracked (12) Hostages (14) FOX First News (15) Shipping Wars (19) Greatest Tank Battles (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) Canada’s Worst Driver (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) The Town That Caught

Tourettes? Counting Cars Modern Family The Middle Law & Order: UK Hanukkah, The Festival of Light

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Nets vs. Toronto Raptors A Park for All Seasons Davis Cup Highlights Daily Planet Shake It Up Long Island Medium Restoration Garage Victorious Modern Family Murder, She Wrote

(19) (21) (24) (26) (28) (30) (47) (48) (70)

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) (39) The Big Bang Theory (15) Storage Wars (19) Great Canadian Rivers (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) Long Island Medium (47) iCarly (48) Modern Family

7:00 p.m. (2) Marvel’s Agents of

S.H.I.E.L.D. (4) The African Americans:

Many Rivers to Cross (5) The Biggest Loser (7) The Originals (8) NCIS: Los Angeles (9) George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (12) Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (14) (48) Dads (15) Storage Wars (19) The Agenda With Steve Paikin (21) Bobsleigh Push Competition (24) Gold Rush: The Dirt (26) Good Luck Charlie (28) Little People, Big World (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

8:00 p.m. (2) Dancing With the Stars (4) The March (5) The Voice (7) Supernatural (8) NCIS (9) The Rick Mercer Report (12) NCIS: Los Angeles (13) Entertainment Tonight

Canada (14) (48) New Girl (15) Storage Wars (19) Shock and Awe: The Story

of Electricity Gold Rush Wingin’ It Little People, Big World Pawn Stars Meet the Browns America’s Funniest Home Videos (70) Lies My Father Told Me (1975) (24) (26) (28) (30) (39) (47)

8:30 p.m. (9) 22 Minutes (13) Entertainment Tonight (14) (48) The Mindy Project (15) Storage Wars (16) To Be Announced (26) The Next Step (30) Pawn Stars (39) House of Payne

9:00 p.m.

9:30 p.m. (14) (15) (26) (30) (47)

(9:45) Sports Extra

Shipping Wars Jessie Counting Cars Mr. Young

10:00 p.m. (2) 7 Action News (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) Almost Human (14) The Arsenio Hall Show (15) Shipping Wars (19) The Agenda With Steve

(4) Frontline (5) (8) (13) Chicago Fire (7) CSI: Miami (9) Crossing Lines (12) Person of Interest (14) FOX First News (15) Storage Wars (19) Joanna Lumley’s Greek

Odyssey Sportsnet Connected Jungle Gold Good Luck Charlie Mountain Men Modern Family The Middle Body of Proof

(21) (24) (26) (30) (39) (47) (48)

(39) (47) (48) (70)

Atlanta Family Guy Life With Boys CityNews Tonight theZoomer

(2) 7 Action News (5) Saturday Night Live (8) Love You to Death (12) Storm Stories (13) Love You to Death (14) Golan the Insatiable (14) (10:45) High School USA! (26) The Elephant Princess (47) Splatalot (48) CityNews Weekends (70) Lashkara

(2) 7 Action News (7) Evening News at 11:00 p.m. (8) News Final (9) CBC News: The National (12) WCCO 4 News (13) The Simpsons (14) The Arsenio Hall Show (15) Duck Dynasty (19) Four Feet Up (21) Oil Change (24) The Challenger (2013) (28) (10:05) Long Island Medium (30) Counting Cars (47) Life With Boys (48) CityNews Weekends (70) Jewish Sparks

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Dryden Observer: Nov 23, 2013

Dryden Observer: Nov 24, 2013

Dryden Observer: Nov 25, 2013

Dryden Observer: Nov 26, 2013

(15) (W, Th, M, Tu) The First 48

Dr. Phil The Talk Judge Judy (W, Th, M, Tu) The First 48 (F) Beyond Scared Straight (16) (W, Th, F) That’s Hockey 2 Nite (M) NFL PrimeTime (Tu) SportsNation (19) Ella the Elephant (21) (W, Th, F, M) Poker (24) (W) Highway Thru Hell (Th) Jungle Gold (F) Fast N’ Loud (M) Mayday (Tu) Canada’s Worst Driver (26) (W, F) Phineas and Ferb (Th) Dog With a Blog (M) Good Luck Charlie (Tu) Jessie (28) (W, Th) Something Borrowed, Something New (F) Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day (M, Tu) Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids (30) (W) Mountain Men (Th) American Restoration (F) Movie The Kennedys: Part Three (2:00) (M) Bible Secrets Revealed (Tu) Counting Cars (39) Community (47) SpongeBob SquarePants (48) CityLine (70) Touched By An Angel (19) [3:25] (W) Drew’s Magic Tricks (F) The Sci Squad Detective Agency (M) Reading Rangers (Tu) The Media Lab

(28) (W, Th) Something Borrowed, Something New (M, Tu) Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids (30) (Th) American Restoration (Tu) Counting Cars (39) Community (47) (W) Monsters vs. Aliens (Th) Rabbids Invasion (Tu, F) Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (M) Sanjay and Craig (19) [3:55] (W, F, M) I’m a Creepy Crawly

(19) [4:25] (W) Mark’s Moments

(26) (W) A.N.T. Farm (Th) Shake

(Th) Tumbletown Reads (Tu) Tumbletown Tales

It Up (F) Jessie (M) Phineas and Ferb (Tu) Austin and Ally (28) (W, Th, M, Tu) Toddlers & Tiaras (F) Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day (30) (W) Mountain Men (Th) Ice Pilots NWT (F) Movie The Kennedys: Part Four (2:00) (M) Museum Secrets (Tu) Canadian Pickers (39) The Middle (47) (W) The Haunted Hathaways (Th) The Thundermans (F) Movie Elf (2:15) (M) Sam & Cat (Tu) Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! (70) Road to Avonlea

Paikin (21) Hockeycentral (26) Wizards of Waverly Place (28) Say Yes to the Dress:

(F) Beyond Scared Straight (16) (W, Th) SportsNation (19) Peep and the Big Wide World (21) (W) Barclays Premier League World (Th) Oil Change (M, F) Poker (24) (W) Gold Rush (Th) Moonshiners (F) Fast N’ Loud (M) Shipwreck Men (Tu) Auction Kings (26) Jessie (28) (W, Th, M, Tu) What Not to Wear (F) Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day (30) (W) Outlaw Bikers (Th) American Restoration (M) Canadian Pickers (Tu) Restoration Garage (39) The King of Queens (47) (W, Th, M, Tu) Scaredy Squirrel (F) Oh No It’s an Alien Invasion (70) Heartland (19) [2:10] Thomas & Friends (19) [2:20] Charlie and Lola

2:30 p.m. (4) Cyberchase (19) (W, Th, Tu) Zerby Derby (M,

F) The Magic School Bus (21) (W) The Football Review (24) (Tu) Auction Kings (26) Austin and Ally (30) (Th) American Restoration (39) The King of Queens (47) Tuff Puppy (19) [2:35] (W, Th, Tu) Dinosaur Train (19) [2:50] (W, Th, Tu) Zerby Derby

3:00 p.m. (2) (4) (8) (9)

(5) The Dr. Oz Show

Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman The Queen Latifah Show Best Recipes Ever

10:30 p.m.

(12) (13) (14) (15)

3:30 p.m. (4) WordGirl (9) In the Kitchen With Stefano

Faita (14) Judge Judy (16) (Th) That’s Hockey 2 Nite (M) To Be Announced (19) Arthur (26) (W) Phineas and Ferb (Th, F) Dog With a Blog (M) Good Luck Charlie (Tu) Jessie

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) The Queen Latifah Show (14) The People’s Court (15) (W, Th, M, Tu) The First 48

(F) Beyond Scared Straight (16) (W, Th, F, Tu) Off the Record (19) (W, Th, Tu) Dino Dan: Trek’s Adventures (M, F) Martha Speaks (21) Prime Time Sports (24) (W) Jungle Gold (Th) Tickle (F) Overhaulin’ (M) How It’s Made (Tu) To Be Announced (26) (W) Good Luck Charlie (Th, F) Jessie (M) Shake It Up (Tu) Dog With a Blog (28) (W, Th) Four Weddings (F) Say Yes to the Dress: The Big Day (M, Tu) Say Yes to the Dress (30) (W, Th, M, Tu) M*A*S*H (39) Seinfeld (47) Fairly Odd Parents (48) CityNews at Five (70) The Waltons

Paikin (26) Wizards of Waverly Place (28) Born Schizophrenic: Jani at 10 (30) Canadian Pickers (39) Family Guy (47) Life With Boys (48) CityNews Tonight (70) The Conspiracy Show With Richard Syrett

4:30 p.m. (4) (W) Growing a Greener

World (Th) American Black Journal (M) Discover the D (Tu) Wider World (5) Jeopardy! (7) Square Off (8) The Young and the Restless (16) (W, Th, F, Tu) Pardon the Interruption (19) (W, Th, Tu) Jack (M, F) Finding Stuff Out (24) (Th) Auction Kings (M) How It’s Made (26) (W) Good Luck Charlie (F) Jessie (M) Phineas and Ferb (Tu) Dog With a Blog (28) (M, Tu) Say Yes to the Dress (30) (W, Th, M, Tu) M*A*S*H (39) The Middle (47) SpongeBob SquarePants (19) [4:55] (W, Th, Tu) Pop It! (F) Making Stuff (M) Zooville (48) [5:00] CityNews at Six

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) Modern Family (15) (W, Th, F, M) The First 48

(Tu) Storage Wars (16) (W, Th, F, Tu) SportsCentre (19) Wild Kratts (21) Sportsnet Connected (24) (W) Mighty Planes (Th, F) How It’s Made (M) Canada’s Worst Driver (Tu) Mighty Ships

9:30 p.m. (14) (15) (16) (26) (39) (47)

(9:45) Sports Extra

Storage Wars SportsCentre Jessie Seinfeld Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong!

5:30 p.m. (2) ABC World News With Diane

Sawyer (5) NBC Nightly News (8) Global National (12) CBS Evening News (14) (39) Modern Family (15) (Tu) Storage Wars (19) (W) Think Big (Th) A World of Wonders (Tu, F) WordGirl (M) History Hunters (24) (Th, F) How It’s Made (26) (W) A.N.T. Farm (Th) Shake It Up (F) Jessie (Tu) Austin and Ally (47) (W) The Thundermans (Th) Mr. Young (M) Big Time Rush (Tu) Sam & Cat (26) [5:35] (M) Phineas and Ferb (19) [5:45] (Th) The Prime Radicals (19) [5:55] (Tu) Transform It! (8) [6:00] Evening News (13) [6:00] Early News Dryden Observer: Nov 20, 2013 to Nov 26, 2013

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20 11:00 p.m.

(70) American Friends (1993) An

academic is in line to be president but falls in love with an American. 11:30 p.m. (39) Along Came a Spider

(2001) A detective and forensic psychologist investigates the kidnapping of a senator’s daughter. 12:30 a.m.

(7) One of Our Aircraft Is

Missing (1941) The Dutch resistance comes to the rescue of an RAF crew behind enemy lines. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 7:00 p.m.

(7) Along Came Polly (2004) A repressed man re-evaluates his ways while romancing a free-spirited woman.

8:00 p.m. (70) Columbo: Make Me a

Perfect Murder (1978) A network executive concocts a scheme to murder her lover after he gets a promotion. 11:00 p.m.

(70) Frankie Starlight (1995) An author writes about his life as a dwarf, and the obstacles he and his mother overcame.

11:30 p.m.

(39) Daredevil (2003) A blind law-

yer, whose other senses are enhanced, becomes an acrobatic superhero. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 5:00 p.m.

(47) Elf (2003) A man raised as an elf

at the North Pole travels to New York to find his true father. 6:30 p.m.

(26) Penelope (2006) A young heir-

ess born with the face of a pig must find true love to break the curse. 7:00 p.m.

(7) Scoop (2006) A journalism student investigates a nobleman’s involvement in a series of murders.

11:00 p.m.

(47) Elf (2003) A man raised as an elf

at the North Pole travels to New York to find his true father. 11:30 p.m.

(39) Fracture (2007) An engineer

and an ambitious district attorney become locked in a deadly battle of wits. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 1:00 p.m.

(7) Rescue From Gilligan’s Island (1978) A wave sweeps the castaways to civilization, but none are able to adjust to modern life.

3:00 p.m.

(7) Beethoven (1992) A father is convinced by his family to adopt a puppy that becomes a huge St. Bernard. (8) The Green Hornet (2011) A young man teams up with his late father’s assistant to become a crime fighting duo. (39) Stuck on You (2003) Conjoined twins leave their jobs behind and set out to make it big in Hollywood.

4:00 p.m.

(13) The Green Hornet (2011) A

young man teams up with his late father’s assistant to become a crime fighting duo. 7:00 p.m.

(7) Two Thousand and None

(2000) When a paleontologist is diagnosed with a fatal brain disease, he explodes into life. (47) Another Cinderella Story (2008) Armed only with a forgotten MP3 player, a young man searches for his true love. 8:00 p.m.

(30) The Patriot (2000) A pacifist is

drawn into the American War of Independence in order to protect his son. (39) The Hangover (2009) After a wild night in Las Vegas, three men retrace their steps to locate a missing groom. (48) Formula 51 (2001) An American chemist heads to England to sell his formula for a powerful new drug. 11:00 p.m.

(39) A Beautiful Mind (2001) The

story of brilliant mathematician John Nash who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24 12:00 p.m.

(7) Cyrano de Bergerac (1950) A French poet fights injustice and helps his friend win the woman that he himself loves. (39) Smart People (2008) A widowed professor makes an attempt at dating his doctor.

12:45 p.m.

(47) Firehouse Dog (2007) A boy

finds a canine movie star and together they try to save the local fire station. 2:00 p.m.

(39) Perfect Stranger (2007) After

a beautiful reporter quits her job, she investigates the murder of a friend. 2:30 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. 3:15 p.m.

(47) Ice Age (2002) A sloth, a sabre-

tooth tiger, and a mammoth set out to return a human infant to his tribe. 3:30 p.m.

(8) Easy A (2010) A student uses a

rumour about losing her virginity to raise her social standing. 4:30 p.m.

(13) Easy A (2010) A student uses a

rumour about losing her virginity to raise her social standing. 5:00 p.m.

(9) Toy Story (1995) A boy’s favou-

rite toy, Woody, feels threatened by the arrival of a new birthday present. (47) Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) Sid finds himself in an underground world after he attempted to abduct dinosaur eggs. 8:00 p.m.

(7) Taken (2008) A retired agent does everything he can to get his daughter back from traffickers. (39) Terminator Salvation (2009) A group of survivors tries to stop machines from eradicating all of humanity. (48) You Belong to Me (2007) A woman is gripped in the clutches of a homicidal force that will do anything to have her.

9:00 p.m.

(26) Dadnapped (2009) A girl’s

novelist father is kidnapped and she must channel a fictitious spy to rescue him. 11:00 p.m.

(47) Ice Age: Dawn of the

Dinosaurs (2009) Sid finds himself in an underground world after he attempted to abduct dinosaur eggs. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25 8:00 p.m.

(7) Analyze This (1999) A powerful

gangster uses a psychiatrist to help him overcome his anxiety attacks. 11:00 p.m.

(70) Cast a Giant Shadow (1966) An American officer is recruited to organize Israeli forces in time to ward off invasion.

11:30 p.m.

(39) The House Bunny (2008) A

Playboy Bunny is expelled from the mansion on her 27th birthday and joins a sorority. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 8:00 p.m.

(70) Lies My Father Told Me (1975) The love of a six-year-old boy for his Russian-Jewish junk dealer grandfather in 1920s.

11:00 p.m.

(70) Tea With Mussolini (1999) A

young boy is raised by a group of freespirited women in pre-World War II Florence. 11:30 p.m. (39) Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

(2001) A wealthy adventurer must prevent an organization from obtaining a powerful relic. Dryden Observer: Movies Nov 20, 2013 to Nov 26, 2013


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HILLDALE APARTMENTS comfortable adult living 1 bdrm. apts. Newly renovated. Ceramic & laminate floors. Fridge & stove. Heat, water, sewer included. 1 block from hospital. No pets, non smoking, secured block. First & last required. Phone 223-4840. n27 SAXON GARDENS

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DEBT PROBLEMS? (Discuss your options.) For free advice: MNP Ltd., Trustee in Bankruptcy. Local Office: 315 Main Street South, Kenora, ON; Cathy Morris, Estate Manager (807) 468-3338 or Toll Free 866-381-3338. Principal Office: 301-1661 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, MB. Ken Zealand, CA, Trustee. www.mnpdebt.ca. d4 FREE LOW E Argon on all Canadian made VWD windows. Lifetime warranty. Free Estimates & in-home consultation. Supply & intall pricing available. The Window & Door Store Fort Frances - 1 800-815-2379. n27

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BAKER – William (Willy) Baker October 17, 1948 - November 22, 2012 We do not forget you, nor do we intend, We think of you often, and will to the end; Gone and forgotten by some you may be, But dear to our memory you ever will be. – Remembered by Fraser & Spalding Families & all your coffee friends

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Claudette Entoinette Badiuk August 21, 1952 - November 21, 1994

~ Lawrence Badiuk

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One year ago today, the good lord took you home Not a day goes by, that we don’t miss you so You are always on our minds and in our hearts Forever loved, more than you’ll ever know

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Applications to Provincial Parliament Demandes au Parlement provincial NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN on behalf of LARRY CORNELLIER application will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario for an Act to revive 539631 ONTARIO LIMITED. The application will be considered by the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills. Any Person who has interest in the application and who wishes to make submissions, for or against the application, to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills should notify, in writing, the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Legislative Building, Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario, M7A 1A2. Dated at Dryden, this 21st day of October, 2013. BRENDA LEIGH BELL LAW OFFICE 61 King Street, Suite 5 P.O. Box 959 Dryden, Ontario P8N 3E3 Attention: Brenda Bell Tel: (807) 223-5550 Fax: (807) 223-5559 Solicitor for the Applicant

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We miss you Mom & Dad Until we meet again Love Always Adrien, Donna, Madison, Chelsea, Adrienna, Kayah, Emilia Maltais

God’s Blood is thicker than Water God the father has a son; Jesus is the holy one, He was born to set us free, all we need is, to believe. His blood was, shed for all Cleanse sin, that makes us fall, John the Baptiste, was born first, God sent him to prepare the earth. To Baptise, with water he was called, so Jesus’ blood can cleanse us all. His blood will set us free, Covers you & me, it’s much thicker, then water......... God’s blood is thicker than water. Waters good it keeps us clean, we fear it, when it gets mean. Frozen water pushes us apart, Leaves us with a broken heart, Becomes our tears which fall like rain, Remember the blood, forget the pain. Pray for rain to melt the ice, forget the shame, and let it bring new life. It puts out fire, quenches thirst, washes away all our worst, just remember God comes first. When you’re scared & nothing’s right, Jesus has won the fight, to walk on earth, to spread his word, His life, is an example of, how we should live & find true love. His blood will set us free, covers you & me, It’s thicker, much thicker, than water........ God’s blood is thicker than water Written by Donna Maltais


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