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CORNWALL, Ontario – Staff at GrantMarion Construction are mourning the loss of company patriarch Bruce Grant. After a long battle with lung cancer, Grant passed away at the Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) on Monday, April 14. He was 74. Luc Marion, president of Grant-Marion Construction, described his former partner with these words: ethical, genuine, integrity, witty, and fair. “He treated everyone with respect,” said Marion. “Whether it was a client for whom we were building a million-dollar home or the labourer working outside laying the sod.”

Grant gave Marion his big break in 1985 when he was just a junior engineer. Despite their 18-year age difference, the two built a solid foundation in business and friendship, which GRANT continued well after Grant’s retirement in 2004. “He was not only a mentor, he was a big brother and a great friend,” Marion said. Grant founded Grant-Marion Construction in 1971, under the company’s original name: Bruce Grant Construction. The office was based out of Ingleside, where he lived. Grant was previously an engineer for

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CORNWALL, Ontario - The fight to keep Cornwall and area safe from wind, rain and hail this summer will have some new allies. Local amateur radio operators will be volunteering to join the CANWARN Storm Spotter group - a collection of individuals who keep in touch with Environment Canada during major weather events to report local conditions in real-time. The Seaway Valley Amateur Radio Club is taking a lead role locally, through its network of 26 members who operate powerful radio sets from basements and garages throughout the area. Club president Ed Halliwell said in an interview members will be able to transmit data - including wind direction and ferocity, hail size and storm tracks - to Environment Canada during powerful storms. “With weather getting the way it has, we’re seeing more and more severe storms,” he said,

adding Environment Canada needs all the help it can get. “The weather radar tells them there is precipitation...but it doesn’t tell them much about what kind.” And unlike powerful Doppler radar systems in the United States, Canada is still lagging when it comes tracking and predicting tornadoes. The idea now is to give severe weather meteorologists as much real-time data as possible so that warnings can be updated for others still within the track of a particular storm. Halliwell expects as many as a dozen of his members will sign on to take part in the program, which is also open to the general public. He has shared details of the program with the South Stormont Yacht Club, the local power squadron and hopes members of the public also take part. Not only will amateur radio operators be able to communicate weather data over the airwaves, but a secure web address and

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CORNWALL, Ontario - It’s a bittersweet victory for Kemptville College. Brad Duguid, minister of training, colleges and universities announced a $2-million cash injection to the University of Guelph at the Kemptville campus Tuesday. The funding will salvage several oneyear programs at the college for the next academic year, including agricultural equipment technician, heavy duty equipment technician, truck and coach technician, welder horticultural technician, and dairy herdsperson. Students already enrolled in the campus’s associate diploma programs in agriculture, equine care, and food science will be able to complete their programs in Kemptville for 2014-15. But two-year agriculture diploma programs will not be continued at this time.

A media release from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities stated on Tuesday that in addition to regular apprenticeship training, the campus will continue to offer pre-apprenticeship programming as well as the co-op diploma apprenticeship program, which allows participants to earn a college diploma while completing in-class apprenticeship training. United Counties of SDG Warden Eric Duncan says the provincial financial boost will help buy more time for local community members, stakeholders, area politicians, and the Kemptville College Renewal Task Force to find a solution for the college, which is supposed to close in 2015. Counties council adopted a strongly worded motion calling for a two-year moratorium on the closure of Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology last month. “This “stop-gap” funding keeps

programming, staff, and students on campus. It’s not the solution, but it’s a step in the right direction,” said Duncan. The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) welcomed the one-year extension at Kemptville in a press release issued Tuesday afternoon from Guelph, Ontario: Today’s $2 million funding announcement by the Ontario government is welcome news to the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA). The new funds extend select skills training programs for one academic year, beginning September 2014, at the University of Guelph’s Kemptville campus. According to the government announcement, the funding will provide skills training in trades that support the agricultural sector in eastern Ontario, including agricultural equipment technician, heavy duty equipment technician, truck and coach technician, welder, horticultural technician and dairy herdsperson.

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CORNWALL, Ontario – The St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences celebrated a remarkable year of partnerships and projects, and recognized key players who helped drive the organization’s success in 2013, at their annual general meeting this month. “What we have created is an organization with a solid foundation of scientific excellence,” said Hendrik Saaltink, board chair. The river institute is marking its 20th anniversary with a slew of recent major accomplishments: most notably, the launch of the Applied Research and Technical Services branch in 2013, which has lessened their dependency on government funding. “With the support of start-up grants and client incentives, this program has already established important new partnerships with corporate clients, and innovative collaborative research projects are already underway,” said Saaltink. In addition, two new scientists have joined

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Kinda looks like the city overstepped on this one. At their meeting last week councillors passed a motion asking for top brass at the Cornwall Community Hospital to report to city hall post haste. The reason? Changes to the pathology laboratory at the hospital will result in job losses. At the council meeting Coun. Andre Rivette suggested up to eight people will be out of work as pathology services are consolidated among 16 acute-care hospitals that make up the so-called Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association (EORLA). The hospital, a couple of days later, issued a press release confirming job cuts are on the table, but only went as far as predicting four technical staff positions would be eliminated. The truth, as it always is, is likely somewhere in between. Of course the decision is unpopular, because no one wants to see individuals out of work. The press release the hospital sent out after city council’s decision last week was full of spin. The headline on the release read:

“EORLA works with Cornwall Community Hospital to enhance pathology service.” Why is it nearly every time we enhance something a person loses their job? Anyway, after two lengthy paragraphs filled with a metric tonne of jargon the hospital eventually gets around to confirming the job losses and that those affected will be treated fairly and with respect. Rivette and others at city hall make the point the municipality and city residents have provided millions of dollars to the hospital over the years for equipment and ongoing reconstruction efforts. “We were funding a fully-operational hospital and now this thing is being taken apart,” he said. “This is very disturbing.” It’s not the first time the hospital has had to make a painful decision. Last year Rivette pointed to the microbiology department that was shuttered, resulting in waits for patients suffering from things like bladder infections and strep throat for test results. Rivette suggested doctors are prescribing meds without test results, which can lead to the compromising of antibiotics over time. All valid complaints, in my opinion. The problem, though, is it’s really none of city hall’s business. Of course city hall, and council, have

Polio will be defeated Sultan Jessa Opinion SJESSA@SYMPATICO.CA

A short while ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared its South East Asia region is now polio free. This good news comes via even more encouraging news from India, the world’s largest democracy. The populous India has now been declared free of polio. The World Health Organization formally declared India polio free after three years with no new cases. It added the milestone means the entire South East Asian region, home to a quarter of the world’s population, is considered free of the crippling and dreaded disease. This welcome news is a historic milestone

in the global fight to eradicate the deadly virus. Being declared polio free once was considered all but impossible in a nation hobbled by corruption, very poor sanitation and profound poverty. Although the disease could return, eradicating it is a landmark health victory. “This is a day that we have dreamt about,” Poonam Khetrpal Singh, a WHO official, proudly declared at a ceremony in New Delhi. “This is the day countries have worked for.” Polio is a vaccine–preventable disease that has been eradicated in most countries. But, it still causes paralysis or death in some parts of the world, including Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Children under five are now especially vulnerable to the disease, which has spread through contaminated water or food. The virus attacks the central nervous system, causing paralysis of muscles that leave

a moral responsibility to act as a traffic cop of sorts, making sure everyone within the municipal borders is acting in the best interests of local residents. And if I am making personal donations to an agency, I want to know that my money is being spent wisely on a service that will at the very least be maintained, if not augmented – so Rivette and his allies probably have a right to be upset. But what would happen if the roles were reversed? Suppose the city had made a decision to cut (ha!) some of its expenditures and the hospital, or another local agency, demanded answers. Suppose that agency even went as far as to demand an audience with the city to rake municipal officials over the coals.

The response from city council would have been somewhere between “no way” and “forget it.” A source tells me hospital CEO Jeanette Despatie was none too pleased with the antics at city hall. She called Mayor Bob Kilger and the crux of the conversation was clear – what business is it of the city to demand explanations for what is essentially an internal hospital decision? The hospital, in the interests of being cordial, will likely agree to the meeting. But while a tongue-lashing from city councillors about more job losses in Cornwall might make everyone feel better, it won’t result in the four positions at the hospital being kept.

limbs stunted or withered. India was in the middle of an intense campaign to battle the disease, with huge infusions of government funds and a new, more effective vaccine. Other countries in the WHO South East Asian region, such as Sri Lanka, Maldives and Bhutan have been free of the virus for more than 15 years. The goal has been to get rid of polio from the face of the earth by 2018. This is a lofty goal. However, it can be achieved with a lot of vigilance and constant monitor of some danger areas. The Americas, Western Pacific and Europe regions are already free of polio. Eastern Mediterrean and Africa have yet to gain a similar status. Many countries thought India would be the last country in the world to get rid of polio. India has close to 170 million children

under five who needed to be immunized. According to Bill Gates, the billionaire philanthropist there are now three countries where transmission of the disease has never been halted compared to 125 countries in the late 1980s. Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria are the three countries still trying to battle polio. For years now, Rotary International has joined forces with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Health Organization and the United Nations to eradicate polio from the face of the earth. Since 1988, Rotary International and Rotarians around the world have been working to wipe out polio. The foundation started by Gates of Microsoft and his wife Melinda has been working closely with Rotary International in the fight against polio. The world signed up to eradicating polio in 1988.

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accurate and most importantly, coherent. Last week’s rant/open letter by Mr. Ed Allard contained none of the above. Other than his obvious disdain for, and effort to defile Mr. MacDonald, there was little cohesion, focus or rationality. By the time Ed Allard got to, Children’s Aid Society, Mothers Without Borders, Referendum, painted ceilings and of course, Mr. MacDonald’s alleged exploitation of child laborers, I was lost, bored and confused. I now get a sense of how elementary

school teachers must feel while reading and correcting illegible homework. The only glimmer of hope in this rant/open letter was an unintended whiff of humor. Ed Allard suggested that fear of the chemical tanks was “iffy”. He also said, and I quote, “After all, it’s just salt and 90% of the worlds water is full of it”. OK, the worlds oceans do contain Sodium Chloride (salt) at 3.5% by weight. But guess what else water is full of Ed? Hydrogen, 11.1% to be precise. Lets hope there are no

plans for a Hydrogen storage facility on our waterfront. According to Ed Allard’s pretzel logic, what could possibly go wrong, after all, it’s only Hydrogen and the planet’s water is full of the stuff... Eh! Folks, that’s what happens when you allow your emotions to take you “madly off in all directions”, journalistic cotton candy. All fluff...no substance. Mike Kilgallen, Newington

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In the hot pursuit of trying to find true meaning in life, people generally gravitate to one of four things: a search for truth, a search for love, a search for a cause, or a search for thrills. Which way do you personally lean in your own search for the meaning of life on earth? Whichever way you are naturally inclined, I would still challenge you to carefully consider the invitation God extends to you in terms of discovering the meaning of the adventure of life that He originally planned for you. How is a human being supposed to respond to His invitation and

His RSVP? I believe the response involves four actions on our part. First, it requires discernment. We need to purposefully look for God’s perspective on this thing called “life” in the midst of the many bombarding, conflicting views all around us. Second, it requires confidence. We need to earnestly trust in God’s goodness, strength, wisdom, care, mercy and faithfulness. Third, it requires relinquishment. We need to be willing to give up our plans, agendas, security, and comfort. Fourth, it requires change or repentance. We need to allow the Lord Jesus Christ to change us and shape us from within in terms of character and conduct. Then and only then does life become the adventure that God always intended it to be! Have you responded to God’s personal invitation to true adventure? I really hope you do!

AMELL, Lana Passed away at the Ottawa General Hospital on Friday, April 18, 2014. Lana Shirley Amell (née MacGillivary) of Williamstown; age 50 years. Beloved wife of Dalton Amell. Loving mother of Travis Amell of Williamstown. Dear sister of Gail Major (Al), Ken, Brian, Wayne (Nancy), Larry (Joanne), and Linda Dupuis (David). Dear daughter of the late John MacGillivary and the late Jean Lauzon. Also survived by four brothers-in-law, seven sisters-in-law, and by many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. Rested at the Munro & Morris Funeral Homes Ltd, Lancaster on Sunday, April 20, 2014. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Williamstown on Monday, April 21, 2014. Cremation.

BUCHAN, Stuart Passed away at the Maxville Manor on Friday, April 18, 2014. Stuart Buchan of Maxville; age 78 years. Beloved husband of Sally Buchan (née Rose). Loving father of Andrew Buchan (Michelle) of Osgoode, and Sara Buchan of Grand Prairie. Dear brother of Shirley Evrall (Keith) of Apple Hill, Gordon Buchan (Heather) of Perth, Bob Buchan (Karen) of Grand Prairie, and Grant Buchan (Heather) of Apple Hill. Predeceased by two brothers Allan and Garth Buchan. Cherished grandfather of John and Julia. Dear son of the late John Buchan and the late Beatrice Pollard. Funeral Service was held at the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Martintown on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Funeral arrangements were under the care and direction of the Munro & Morris Funeral Homes Ltd., Maxville.

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INDECENT ACT A 15-year-old Cornwall youth was arrested on April 16th, 2014 and charged with indecent act. It is alleged that on April 15th, 2014 the youth exposed himself to a 16-year-old girl while in the area of Fifth Street and York Street. On April 16th, 2014 police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation the youth was taken into custody, charged accordingly and later released to appear at a future court date. His name was not released as per provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. THEFT UNDER $5000, BREACH Shawna Mitchell, 35 of Cornwall was arrested on April 16th, 2014 and charged with theft under $5000 and breach of undertaking for failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on April 16th, 2014 the woman attended a Ninth Street store and removed some beef and chicken making no attempts to pay for the items as she exited the store. She was stopped by the Loss Prevention Officer and police were contacted. She was taken into custody, charged accordingly and held for a bail hearing. Amanda Laplante, 30 of Cornwall was arrested on April 17th, 2014 and charged with theft under $5000, breach of an undertaking for failing to keep the peace and for attending a specific store despite being on conditions not to. She was also taken into custody for breaching a conditional sentence order for being out of her residence, attending a specific store and failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on April 16th, 2014 the woman attended a Brookdale Avenue store and removed and electric shaver making no attempts to pay for the item. The Loss Prevention Officer attempted to stop the woman who then fled the scene. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. On April 17th, 2014 police attended the woman’s residence, took her into custody, charged her accordingly and held her for a bail hearing. THREATS, BREACH A 30-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on April 16th, 2014 and charged with threats to life and breach of undertaking for failing to keep the peace. It is alleged that on April 15th, 2014 during an argument the man sent a text message threatening to shoot his 25-yearold girlfriend, her friend and her two dogs. On April 16th, 2014 police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During their investigation police located the man in the area and took him into custody. He was charged accordingly and held for a bail hearing. His name was not released as it might identify the victim in the matter. BREAK AND ENTER A 29-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on April 17th, 2014 and charged with break and enter. It is alleged that on April 17th, 2014 while at a rooming house the man forced his way into a 56-year-old’s room to confront him on an issue. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. During the investigation the man was taken into custody, charged accordingly and held for a bail hearing. His name was not released as it might identify the victim in the matter.

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Take a tour of the Upper Canada Village homes. Look carefully. Notice the scarcity of storage space, cupboards and closets. There was no such thing as walk-in closets. Fast forward to today. To successfully market a new home today, you must have an abundance of storage space, including a garage that is larger than the everyday homes of the nineteenth century. We accumulate stuff, all kinds of stuff, expensive stuff, seasonal stuff, lots of stuff that soon gets obsolete or just out of fashion. We

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No technical skills? Limited work experience? Don’t worry! CORNWALL, Ontario - Spaces are filling up quickly for the Youth Skills Connection Kitchen Helper program, which is being delivered by the Eastern Ontario Training Board. The program runs from May 12 to Aug. 29, followed by a sixweek on-the-job placement. In case you haven’t heard, this free program is geared to help individuals ages 18 to 25 who are facing employment barriers obtain the skills and experience required to pursue a career in the

culinary industry. Some of these employment barriers can include not having completed high school, lack of training and experience, a disability, newcomer status, having been in conflict with the law, etc. We’ll provide support every step of the way. An experienced instructor will use a handson approach in teaching the Basic In-school Cook Apprenticeship (Ontario) curriculum and a life coach will provide guidance. In addition to the training, participants will

obtain a series of certificates valued by employers, such as the certified National Food Service (Safe Food Handling) Program, Smart Serve and Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS), to name a few. Participants will then have the opportunity to test their newlyacquired knowledge and skills and further their experience by participating in a six-week on-thejob placement. When all is said and done, participants will be

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better equipped at landing that dream job in the culinary industry as they will have gained training, experience, certificates and guidance. With class starting May 12, the deadline for applications is April 25; interviews will follow. For more information or to see if you are a right fit for the program, please contact Kimberly Vass-Lihou at the Eastern Ontario Training Board at 613.932.0210 or email kimberlyvl@eotb-cfeo. on.ca.

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CounCil

Mayor Bryan McGillis Deputy Mayor Tammy Hart Councillor Cindy Woods Councillor Barry Brownlee Councillor Richard Waldroff

APRIL 2014

613-937-3116 613-984-2543 613-537-2977 613-537-9753 613-537-8226

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economic deVeloPment attention, attention, attention……

notices ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Calling All South Stormont and South Dundas Business Owners

Council: May 14 and 28 at 7:00 PM.

Planning and Building Committee: May 13 at 4:30 PM

CounCiL Adopts 2014 Budget Council gives notice that By-law No. 2014-029 was passed at the regular meeting of Council on April 9, 2014 to levy and adopt the 2014 tax rates. muniCipAL eLeCtion – oCtoBer 27, 2014 Planning to vote in the upcoming election? Visit voterlookup.ca to make sure your elector information is accurate and up to date. AnnuAL wAter reports The 2013 Annual Summary Reports for the Long Sault/Ingleside Regional Drinking Water System, Newington Drinking Water System and the St. Andrews/Rosedale Terrace Distribution Systems were received on March 24, 2014 and are available for viewing at the Town Hall, 2 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault and on the Township website. town hALL CLosure The Town Hall will be closed Monday, May 19 for the Victoria Day holiday. Staff will be available at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, May 20. Enjoy! puBLiC tenders tender no. 05-2014 tender no. 07-2014

notice: There will be no change to your garbage and recycling pickup due to the Victoria Day holiday.

Roadside Grass and Weed Cutting One Sport Utility Vehicle Four Door/Four Wheel Drive

CLOSING DATE: May 1, 2014 at 11:00 AM CLOSING DATE: : May 8, 2014 at 1:30 PM

Documents for these tenders can be obtained at the Town Hall, 2 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault, up to the day prior to the Tender closing date. Tenders, clearly marked and addressed to the Clerk, will be received at the above noted address no later than the time specified on the closing date. reduCed LoAds A reduced load period is now in effect in South Stormont. This is necessary for the protection of roads and highways due to spring thaw conditions. 2014/2015 household waste management Calendar “soon to arrive” Please refer to the 2013 calendar for April, 2014 or visit our website at www.southstormont.ca

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dog tAgs Invoices for dog tags have been mailed and are due April 30, 2014. If the amount owing is not paid by the due date, it will be transferred to your property taxes. In order to keep our records current, please contact the Town Hall with any change of information regarding your dog.

RecReation BillBoaRd ------------------------------------------------parks and recreation department (Long sault Arena) telephone: Address: email:

613-534-2419 60 mille roches road, Long sault, on K0C 1p0 kevin@southstormont.ca

minor soCCer, BALL hoCKey, And t-BALL / rooKie BALL - LAte registrAtions There is still some space available in certain age divisions for all three programs. For information on availability please contact Kevin in the Recreation Department.

items you should include in your Basic emergency Kit • Two litres of water per person per day • Food that won’t spoil • Manual can opener • Flashlight(s),batteries and extra batteries • Battery-powered or wind-up radio • First aid kit

• Special needs items such as medications, infant formula, equipment for people with disabilities, items for pets • Extra keys for your car and house • Cash • A copy of your emergency plan with in-town and out-of-town contact information

FRiendlY ciRcle senioRs communitY sHoWcase ------------

Where? Date and Time? What else? Admission?

**Please note that the Township landfill site also accepts e-waste** hydrAnt FLushing And mAintenAnCe progrAm Hydrant flushing will be carried out from May 5 to 30 in the hamlets of Ingleside, Long Sault and St. Andrews West • During the flushing operation, poor water pressure and/or RED water may result. • This situation is temporary and may last up to two hours. • The coloured water is not hazardous. • If coloured water is detected, the public is requested to open their COLD water taps in order to clear the system.

For tickets call:

south stormont Community hall, 2 mille roches road, Long sault saturday, may 3 from 10:00 Am to 4:00 pm silent Auction – share the wealth – door prizes, entertainment Non Perishable food item - showcase only (10 Am to 1:00 pm) $7.00 - showcase, entertainment, dessert & Coffee/tea (1:00 pm to 4:00 pm) 613-362-4273 ~ 613-537-8717~ 613-537-2062

Support your Volunteer FireFighterS! Support your Community!

adoPt a Road PRogRam --------------------------------------------pitCh in And heLp CLeAn up our Community The Township’s Adopt-A-Road Program is a public service program for volunteers to enhance local litter collection activities. Many areas throughout the Province have endorsed a similar program. This program is a way for environmentally conscious groups to contribute to a cleaner road system by picking up litter with the Township’s assistance. Please contact the Township office at 613-534-8889 for more information. Leaf through the following reminders for your convenience: • Built up areas only. • Collection begins at 7:00 AM. • Compostable paper bags only (no clear plastic bags). • Tie branches and shrubs into a bundle no larger than 1m x 1m x 30cm. • The Trillium Landfill Site is open every Friday and Saturday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM to accept leaf and yard waste at no charge.

As part of the launch of the new UpperCanadaRegion.ca website, we would like to invite you to attend a Business Breakfast being held on MAY 8TH, 2014 at the Upper Canada Golf Course Restaurant from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The cost is $10/ person, and includes the “Branding & Blogging” presentation made by the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre. For more information, please contact Nicole Sullivan at nsullivan@southdundas.com. Also, come find out how you can incorporate the use of the “Proud Partner” logo for the Upper Canada Region.

Emergency Preparedness week – May 4-10

Saturday, April 5, Wednesday, April 16, Wednesday, April 23 Wednesday, May 7, Wednesday, May 21, Saturday, May 31 Wednesday, June 11, Wednesday, June 18, Saturday, June 28 Wednesday, July 9, Wednesday, July 16, Saturday, July 26 Wednesday, August 6,Wednesday, August 13, Saturday, August 23 Wednesday, September 3, Saturday, September 20, Wednesday, September 24 Saturday, October 4, Wednesday, October 15, Wednesday, October 22 Saturday, November 1, Wednesday, November 5, Saturday, November 8

LEAF AND YARD WASTE DATES ARE MAY 5 AND JUNE 2

TOONIE DRIVE FOR THE LONG SAULT FIRE DEPARTMENT CANADA DAY FIREWORKS • Saturday May 3 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM • Volunteer Firefighters will be going door-to-door in the Long Sault area to raise money for the Canada Day celebration with all proceeds going directly toward the event.

long sault communitY YaRd sale-------sAturdAy, mAy 24 Register your address at Showcase, Long Sault Plaza, donate a loonie to help offset the cost of advertising and display your treasures at your house the day of the sale. Spots also available at the Long Sault Arena. For further inquiries, please contact Donna at Showcase at 613-534-8488. yArd sALe shopping giVing you the munChies? Stop, drop and roll into the Long Sault Fire Hall, 50 Mille Roches Road, on May 24 for a BBQ hosted by the Long Sault Firefighters Association. All proceeds will be going towards the Long Sault Canada Day festivities and fireworks!

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Telephone: Fax: Address: Email:

613-534-8889 or 1-800-265-3915 613-534-2280 2 Mille Roches Road, PO Box 84, Long Sault, ON K0C 1P0 info@southstormont.ca

Like us on Facebook: Township of South Stormont

rwaldroff@southstormont.ca

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2014 household hazardous waste days The Township of South Stormont and the City of Cornwall have an agreement for Township residents to dispose of both hazardous waste and e-waste at the City of Cornwall depot at 2590 Cornwall Centre Road West. Depot open from April 5 to November 8 • Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 12 NOON • Wednesdays from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM ApriL mAy June JuLy August septemBer oCtoBer noVemBer

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VOLUME 5, NUMÉRO 2 LE JEUDI 24 AVRIL 2014 37 411 EXEMPLAIRES

LA VOIX FRANCOPHONE DE CORNWALL ET DES 27 COMMUNAUTÉS LOCALES Début des travaux de désaffectation du port d’entrée temporaire de l’ASFC

Vous n’avez aucune compétence technique? Votre expérience de travail est limitée? NE VOUS EN FAITES PAS! CORNWALL – Les places se comblent rapidement pour participer au nouveau programme d’aide-cuisinier, dans le cadre du Programme de formation ciblée pour les jeunes et livré par la Commission de formation de l’Est ontarien. Le programme se déroule du 12 mai au 29 août et est suivi d’un stage de 6 semaines en milieu de travail.

Directeur général : Agent du crédit :

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29 2e rue est Cornwall, Ontario K6H 1Y2 Tél. : 613-933-0014 Fax: 613-933-0024 www.cornwallseawaynews.com

Les élèves de la 8e année ont exploré les applications pneumatiques et hydrauliques dans le cadre du cours des sciences à L’Héritage. Grâce au cycle de conception du IB, nos Dragons ont construit des jouets se servant du principe de Pascal. Voici quelques photos de nos futurs ingénieurs.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - La ville de Cornwall désire informer le public que l’Agence des services frontaliers du Canada a commencé la désaffectation du port d’entrée temporaire de l’avenue Brookdale, au rond-point. Les fonctionnaires municipaux ont reçu de l’ASFC un calendrier des travaux où l’emplacement temporaire sera dégagé d’ici la fin d’avril et les travaux de réparation de la chaussée asphaltée seront terminés d’ici la fin de mai. Si le calendrier des travaux est respecté, on prévoit que le détour en direction nord sera retiré et les voies en direction nord sur l’avenue Brookdale seront réouvertes à la circulation d’ici la fin du mois. « Le plan de désaffectation prévoit que l’emplacement sera rétabli et que la circulation pourra se faire dans les deux directions sur l’avenue Brookdale », de déclarer Steve Wintle, le directeur de la division, planification de l’infrastructure. « Nous savons que les automobilistes désirent ardemment voir le retour intégral en service de cette section de l’avenue Brookdale. La société Federal Bridge Corporation Ltd. refera l’avenue Brookdale une fois que le pont en contre-haut sera démoli; le rétablissement permanent du secteur sera fait à ce moment-là. » On rappelle aux automobilistes qu’il y aura probablement des délais dans le secteur immédiat pendant la réalisation des travaux.

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Journaliste :

Rick Shaver rick.shaver@tc.tc Sue Perry 1-800-567-1289 Todd Lihou todd.lihou@tc.tc Adam Brazeau adam.brazeau@tc.tc

CIRCULATION : 37,411 exemplaires

Au cas où vous ne le saviez pas, ce programme gratuit aidera les individus âgés de 18 à 25 ans, faisant face à des obstacles à l’emploi, à acquérir les compétences et l’expérience dont ils ont besoin pour poursuivre une carrière dans l’industrie culinaire. Certains de ces obstacles à l’emploi peuvent comprendre : un manque d’expérience de travail, de compétences ou de scolarité, un handicap, un statut de nouvel arrivant, un conflit avec la justice, etc. Ces participants profiteront de notre soutien à chaque étape. Un instructeur qualifié enseignera le programme d’apprentissage de base de cuisinier (Ontario) en classe à l’aide d’une approche pratique et un mentor personnel offrira ses conseils. De plus, les participants obtiendront une série de certificats prisés par les employeurs, tels que le programme de certification National Food Service (manipulation sécuritaire des aliments),

Smart Serve et le Système d’information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT), pour n’en nommer que quelquesuns. Les participants auront ensuite l’occasion de tester leurs nouvelles connaissances et compétences et approfondir leur expérience en faisant un stage pratique de six semaines. Au bout du compte, les participants seront mieux équipés à décrocher un emploi dans le domaine culinaire car ils auront acquis la formation, l’expérience, des certificats et des conseils. Les places sont comptées et la date limite pour présenter une demande d’admission à Cornwall est le 25 avril 2014. Les entrevues suivront. Pour de plus amples renseignements ou pour savoir si le programme vous convient, veuillez contacter Kimberly Vass-Lihou à la Commission de formation de l’Est ontarien au 613.932.0210 ou par courriel à kimberlyvl@eotb-cfeo.on.ca.

Directeur des ventes :

Denis Lapierre denis.lapierre@tc.tc

Coordonnatrice de production :

Colleen Parette colleen.parette@tc.tc

Ventes :

Matthew McConnell Guy Lalonde Steve Jasmin Brenda Deruchia

Infographistes :

Kim Poirier-Froats Josée Veenstra Christine Gauthier

Coordonnatrices aux ventes :

Jennifer Mayer Melissa Parent

Photographe :

Réceptionnistes :

Diane Lafrance Deena Dufresne

Roxanne Delage

Impression: Transmag 10807, rue Mirabeau Anjou, QC H1J 1T7

Publié par: Transcontinental Media G.P. Directeur général régional : Jacques Blais Président : François Olivier www.tcmedia.tc

Caricaturiste :

James Lapierre

8 millions de tonnes de matières recyclables ont été détournés depuis 2004. En 2012, 892,924 tonnes de papier et emballages collectés dans les boîtes bleues en Ontario ont été recyclés. Qui pèse près de 80,000 autobus scolaires! Pour une liste complète des matériaux collectés et un calendrier de collecte, visitez-nous en ligne: www.southstormont.ca

Espace prévu grâce à un partenariat entre l’industrie et les municipalités de l’Ontario pour appuyer les programmes de réacheminement des déchets.

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Ça danse à Rose des Vents! fin des trois jours d’atelier, les élèves ont présenté au publique leur danse lors d’un petit concert après les heures de classe. Pendant les ateliers, ils ont appris une danse japonaise, la danse africaine Tant’Hessie et la danse française Chibreli. En parlant avec Alexei Martin et Jacob Anderson de la troisième année, ils nous ont avoué qu’ils ont eu beaucoup de plaisir lors de cette expérience! C’est vraiment amusant de découvrir et d’apprendre des danses des autres pays!

Chers organismes francophones, Le club Richelieu, de concert avec le Centre culturel de Cornwall est fier d’entamer le processus de nomination 2014 pour choisir la personne qui se méritera une place sur la promenade d’honneur de Cornwall. Cette année, la cérémonie de dévoilement du nom du ou de la récipiendaire aura lieu le vendredi 26 septembre, mois qui correspond avec la fête du drapeau franco-ontarien, le jour des Franco-Ontariennes et des Franco-Ontariens et l’anniversaire de l’inauguration du Monument de la francophonie de Cornwall. Nous invitons tous les organismes de langue française de la région de Cornwall à soumettre le ou les noms d’individus qui pourraient se mériter cet honneur. Toutes les candidatures seront considérées par le comité de sélection composé de membres du club Richelieu ainsi que la personne à la présidence du Centre culturel de Cornwall. Vous trouverez joint à cet envoi le document qui décrit le projet dans son ensemble et le formulaire de mise en candidature contenant les critères qui seront utilisés pour faire la sélection du ou de la récipiendaire de cet honneur. Chaque organisme peut soumettre un maximum de

deux candidates ou candidats. À chaque année, nous vous demandons de soumettre à nouveau des candidatures qui seront toujours jugées selon les mêmes critères. Vous devez remettre les formulaires dûment remplis avant le 29 mai 2014. Nous recevrons vos soumissions par courriel à promenadehonneur@bell.net, ou par la poste à Promenade d’honneur, à l’attention de François Bazinet, 15 628, chemin de comté 43, Finch ON, K0C 1K0. Nous vous remercions de votre participation à cette initiative qui saura, nous le croyons bien, continuer à faire vibrer la population francophone de Cornwall et à l’encourager à afficher sa fierté. Nous espérons vous voir en grand nombre le 26 septembre lors du dévoilement du nom du ou de la récipiendaire 2014. Au plaisir de recevoir vos candidatures.

La troupe de Tradansa est venue donner des cours de danse à l’école Rose des Vents les 18, 19 et 20 mars 2014. Deux spécialistes en danse, Mme Juliette Dauplé et Mme Ève Tessier, sont venues animer des ateliers, une période par jour, aux élèves de la première à la troisième année. Les deux spécialistes ont présenté aux élèves des danses internationales. À la

Jordan Anderson, Hannah Lord et Mackenna Martin Élèves de la 5e année École Rose des Vents

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Le club Richelieu de Cornwall Le Centre culturel de Cornwall Wayne Gosselin wbgosselin@gmail.com Lucie Hart centrecultureldecornwall@cogeco.net

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #297 monthly

CaLendaR Update CaLendRieR Mise à joUR Legion Seniors Club Lunch 12:00 noon Meeting @ 1:00

Sunday, May 11th

happy Mother’S day Battle of the Atlantic Ceremony @ 1:00

Cornwall Minor Baseball Fundraiser Chicken Dinner 4:30 – 6:30 Mother’s Day Brunch 11:00 am - 1:00 pm 90th Birthday Party Glen’s Lounge 2:00 – 4:00

Senior Darts at 1:00 Euchre 7:00 Senior Darts at 1:00 Kinsmen Club @ 7:00 Senior Darts at 1:00

St. Peter’s Catholic Church Convention 8:00 a.m. 5545595

Legion Fun Darts @ 1:30 Kinsmen T.V. Bingo @ 6:30 L. A. Dart Banquet Scores @ 6:00

Legion Fun Darts @ 1:30 Kinsmen T.V. Bingo @ 6:30

Legion Fun Darts @ 1:30 Kinsmen T.V. Bingo @ 6:30

Wings & Things 4:30 – 7:30

Legion Fun Darts @ 1:30 Kinsmen T.V. Bingo @ 6:30

Fish & Chips 4:30-7:30

Mixed Darts Playoffs @ 7:30

Ladies Auxiliary Executive Meeting @ 6:30 and General Meeting @ 7:30 Bell Pioneers Glen’s Lounge @ 12:00 Kinettes @ 6:30 Branch Executive Meeting @ 7:00

Branch General Meeting and Nominations @ 7:30

Legion Seniors Club Bid Euchre @ 1:15 Wings & Things 4:30 – 7:30 Mixed Darts Playoffs @ 7:30

Legion Seniors Club Euchre @ 1:15 Wings & Things 4:30 – 7:30 Mixed Darts Playoffs @ 7:30

Wings & Things 4:30 – 7:30

Summer Dart Meeting Elections and Registration @ 7:00

Provincial Euchre Br 201, Essex Provincial Public Speaking Br 593, Bells Corners

Bowling Banquet Main Hall @ 4:30 Hot Meal 5:30 – 6:30

Men’s Dart Banquet Glen’s Lounge @ 5:00 “GEORGIE” 8:00 – 12:00 Everyone welcome to attend dance

Fish & Chips 4:30 – 7:30 Card Banquet @ 6:00

“REVIVAL”

8:00 - 12:00 Everyone welcome to attend dance

Fish & Chips 4:30-7:30

Fish & Chips 4:30 – 7:30

Wings & Things 4:30 – 7:30 Senior Darts @ 1:00 Summer Euchre Ladies Lounge @ 7:00 Kinsmen Club @ 7:00

Zone Horseshoes Br 472, Hawkesbury

Fundraiser Dance for child with Cystic Fibrosis @ 8:00

Fish & Chips 4:30 – 7:30 Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Murder Mystery Main Hall @ 6:00

Zone Golf Br. 423, Alexandria Bowling Banquet @ 4:30 Hot Meal 4:30 - 6:30

Mother’s Day Dance Live Country Band 6:00 - 10:00 40th Anniversary Glen’s Lounge @ 4:00 Hot Meal 5:30 – 6:30 Stag Main Hall @ 8:00 Hot Meal 5:30-6:30 Mixed Dart Banquet Main Hall @ 6:00 Entertainment with

Gilles Boudrias Glen’s Lounge 4:00 - 10:00

Provincial Mixed Darts Br. 508, Everett Hot Meal 5:30 - 6:30 Entertainment with Little Debbie 4:00-10:00 Stag - Main Hall


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- Cornwall Express- www.cornwallseawaynews.com

Cornwall & District Navy Veterans’ Association 30 Sixth Street East: 613-938-0285

Calendar of events for May 2014 Calendrier des événements de mai 2014

Old Navy Sunday Karaoke Party with “Georgie” 3:00pm every Sunday in May 4

Euchre 1pm

Battle OF atlaNtiC reMeMBraNCe CereMONy 1:00PM

Euchre 1pm

Old Navy

“KaraOKe Party” with “Georgie”

Music, Food & Fun 3pm Everyone Welcome

Euchre 1pm

Old Navy

“KaraOKe Party” with “Georgie”

Music, Food & Fun 3pm Everyone Welcome

Euchre 1pm

Old Navy

“KaraOKe Party” with “Georgie”

Music, Food & Fun 3pm Everyone Welcome

May 4th

Consider the navy Club for your Wedding reception 2 Halls available call 613-938-0285

Call the Navy Club for information.

Progressive Euchre 7:30pm

Euchre 7:00pm

Dart League 7:30pm

Battle OF atlaNtiC 1:00PM

Kinsmen TV Bingo 6:30pm

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Deadline: Friday 4 p.m. All events subject to community event guideline Charles-Émile-Claude. Vous êtes intéressés à y participer? Appelez-nous au Centre au (613) 932-1035 ou venez nous voir au 146-B avenue Chevrier. THE SEAWAY VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB MEETING will be held on Wednesday, April 30 at 7pm in the Warrant Officers and Sergeants Mess of the Cornwall Armoury at 505-4th St. East, Cornwall. Anyone interested in Amateur Radio is welcome to attend. Topic this month is Sending Email by Amateur Radio. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GRAVEL HILL CEMETERY BOARD will

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Support for families is being offered at Addiction Services. We understand the emotional difficulty of coping with a loved one’s addiction and are here to support you. Groups will take place on April 28 and May 5 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Basics of addiction, abuse vs. dependency, contributing factors, relapse, drug types, impact on family, and coping skills will be discussed among other topics. We hope you will join us. Confirmation of attendance is required and you can register by calling Carole Harvey at 613-936-9236 ext. 120. (Group services only offered in English. French individual services are available upon request. Services de groups sont seulement offerts en anglais. Services individuels sont disponibles en français lorsque demandé.)

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CELEBRATE RECOVERY Meets every Friday at 7:30pm, Fountaingate Christian Assemblies, 949 Mohawk Dr. Contact 613-9320685. Celebrate Recovery is an environment to help you overcome your hurts, habits and hang-ups in a safe place while experiencing the freedom you have in Christ. Everyone Welcome. THE CANADIAN RED CROSS/ LA CROIX-ROUGE CANADIENNE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM is looking to recruit volunteer drivers. We take residents of Cornwall to out-of-town medical appointments. If you are interested, please contact Sarah Wallace at the Cornwall Branch 613-932-0231 x 2240 or at sarah.wallace@redcross.ca REMEMBER MY SONG The Centennial Choir of Cornwall is excited to announce that its Spring Concert will include the Kawartha Male Chorus from Lindsay, Ont. The 25+ choristers will entertain with their own harmonies and join the Centennial Choir to create melodies you are sure to remember. Come double your pleasure by attending on Friday, May 2, 8pm at St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 28 Second St. E. Tickets available at Home Hardware, 10-13th St. E., The Lottery Kiosk, 2nd floor Cornwall Square and from members. Info: 613- 936-1131. SPECTACLE “FERLAND PAR LA BOUCHE D’UNE FEMME” ~ le samedi, 3 mai par Alex Bay à l’église St-Jean-Baptiste à 20 heures. Info: bureau 613-675-4497 entre 9 h et midi du lundi au vendredi ou Rachelle 613-6754533. Bienvenue à tous! PORK SUPPER Sunday, April 27, from 4pm-6pm at Trinity United Church, Ingleside. Take-outs available. Come and enjoy! KNOX ST. PAUL’S UNITED CHURCH ~ Vision Related Events: Every Monday morning 10am Grief Walking Group, contact office for location (613 938 3704). Sunday, April 27, 6:45pm to 9pm Holocaust Memorial sponsored by the Cornwall Interfaith Partnership. Saturday, May 10, 7pm Community Karaoke, no charge, everyone welcome (every 2nd Saturday of the month). Fundraiser Events: Thursday, April 24, 9am to 12Noon Spring Rummage Sale. Saturday, May 3, 12:30pm Spring Dessert and Card Party, cost $6.00 Tickets available through UCW members and the Church Office. Special Sundays: May 4, Holy Communion. KENYON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION SPRING BREAKFAST ~ Saturday, April 26, 8am-10am. Church Hall, 1630 County Road 30, Dunvegan, Ont. Proceeds to go toward church maintenance. BAKE & GARAGE SALE Saturday, May 3, 2014 - 8am-1pm at St. Therese Church Hall, 1304 Lisieux St., Cornwall. Donations welcome at the church hall Friday, May 2 from 8:30am-1pm. Sponsored by the Auxiliary to SJCCC. All proceeds towards resident care programs at St. Joseph’s Villa and CCC. SWEDISH WEAVING FUN DAY ~ hosted by the Swedish Weaving Guild of Glengarry & Area, Saturday, April 26 from 10am-3pm at 20 Victoria St. Lancaster, Ont. Day includes: Morning snack, lunch, door prizes, free project kit. Space is limited so book quickly. Contact Patricia at funandfastpatterns@ gmail.com or call Christine at 613-347-9046 or 613-347-7636. PUMPERS (FOLKS WITH INSULIN PUMPS) MEETING ~ Wednesday, May 7, 7pm at La Citadelle. Please use the entrance off McConnell Avenue. The meeting is held in the room immediately on your left when you come in. Guest Speaker is Michael Turcotte, Foot Specialist. BAKE & GARAGE SALE Saturday, May 3, 8am-1pm at St. Therese Church Hall, 1304 Lisieux St. Donations welcome at the church hall Friday, May 2 from 8:30am-1pm. Sponsored by the Auxiliary to St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre. All proceeds towards resident care programs at St. Joseph’s Villa and CCC. ST. ANDREWS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS are sponsoring a breakfast at the Church Hall in St. Andrews prior to the Great Raisin River Canoe Race on April 27th from 7am to 12 noon. St. Andrews is the starting point for the race. CENTRE CHARLES-ÉMILE-CLAUDE Vous avez 50 ans et plus, ou vous voulez avoir des informations sur les activités du Centre, ou vous inscrire? Atelier de formation sur l’Agenda Google et Google +, mercredi 23 avril, de 14h à 16h, réservation obligatoire. Beaucoup de nombreuses activités que propose le Centre

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CORNWALL, Ontario – A group of Zumba instructors will be using their highenergy dance moves and music to drown out the silence surrounding suicide at a new fundraising event. Zumba Plus, a fundraiser in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), is taking place on Friday, May 2, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Saint Lawrence Secondary School (SLSS). “The Zumba community recently lost a dear friend to mental illness, we are hosting this event in honor of her, Monique Rozon,” said Zumba Plus co-organizers Jasmine Delage and Adele Wilson. In early March, an event in her honour raised $1,200 for the CMHA. But Angela Pilon, Rozon’s daughter, and local businesses dedicated to health and well-being aren’t stopping there.

“This event will have something for everyone,” said Pilon, event co-organizer. “We are trying to encourage people to take care of their mental health by taking care of themselves.” Guests of the event will be pampered by a multitude of services, aiming to enhance their mental health/well-being for the evening. Each service requires a minimum donation of $5. A series of booths will offer massages, hair styling, nail design, a magic show (Cornwall’s Ryan Lalonde), and a juicing seminar, amongst others. Music will be provided by DJ Martin Pilon of MP Entertainment. “I want to encourage people who are suffering to not be afraid to reach out,” said Pilon. “If you know someone who is suffering offer support and resources. It’s hard living with someone with a mental illness, but it’s even harder living without them!” For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page.

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Breaking gender barriers, wrestling diva set for title shot Adam Brazeau adam.brazeau@tc.tc

CORNWALL, Ontario – In a sport dominated by testosterone, a Cornwallbased wrestling league is on the verge of crowning the province’s first woman to win a major title outside her gender. Ottawa wrestler Persephone Vice, a six-foot-two towering inferno, will be going head-to-head with defending Mecca Pro Wrestling (MPW) world champion, Payne on April 26 at Infiltration, live from the Agora Centre in Cornwall. The self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Mean’ emerged victorious from a 15 Superstar Battle Royal last month, becoming the first woman to earn a shot at the MPW world championship. “The fact that a woman in a male dominated sport has come this far is nothing short of remarkable,” said MPW management. “It’s not everyday you

hear of a woman vying for a shot at a heavyweight title.” Other featured matches signed for this must-see TVCogeco taping include Randy ‘The Rage’ Berry taking on former friend and partner Joey Valentyne in a street fight, Derric Hamilton defending the Pound For Pound title against KL Shock, The Incredible Hunks squaring off against the MPW Tag Team titles in an open challenge, Decker “The Ax Man” Leduc vs. The American Barbarian, and more. MPW management is encouraging fans to bring signs and props for a better chance to be seen on TV. Tickets for Infiltration are $12 in advance, $40 for a family four pack or $15 at the door. They can be purchased at Nativity Bowling, Poppy’s Pawns Plus or the Lotto booth at the Cornwall Square. For ticket reservations, call 613-936-1551. Bell time is scheduled for 7 p.m.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - Finally. After years of traffic headaches the city announced Wednesday that Brookdale Avenue should completely re-open to northbound motorists by the end of April. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has started to decommission the

temporary Port of Entry on Brookdale Avenue at the traffic circle, where vehicles used to lineup entering Canada via Cornwall Island. The temporary port of entry was created in 2009 when the CBSA closed its operation on Cornwall Island following a dispute with Akwesasne over the arming of border guards. City officials have received a work schedule from CBSA that calls for the temporary site to be cleared by the end of April, with asphalt

roadway repair completed by the end of May. Should everything proceed according to schedule, it’s expected the northbound detour will be removed and the northbound lanes of Brookdale Avenue will reopen to traffic by the end of the month. “The decommissioning plan calls for the site to be restored and enable traffic to flow in both directions on Brookdale Avenue,” said Steve Wintle, division manager of infrastructure

planning with the city. “We know motorists are anxious to see this section of Brookdale Avenue fully reopened to traffic. “The Federal Bridge Corporation Ltd. will reconstruct Brookdale Avenue after the highlevel bridge is demolished and permanent restoration of the area will be done at that time.” Motorists are reminded that there may be some delays in the immediate area while the work is completed.

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Good as gold

Helen Goldhamer Memorial Trophy Bonspiel

The Cornwall Peewee Red Typhoons captured gold at the the 31st Kanata Girls Hockey Association House League tournament. In front is Taryn Hutt. Kneeling, from left, are Alyse Butler, Maisie French, Mariah Bougie, Elizabeth Bourdeau, Laura Barnes, Sara Laking and Nyla Virtue. In back, from left, are Kaitlynn Ladouceur-Crowder, Kaylee Martin, Shyanna Gauthier, Madison McCormick, Emily Flanagan and Annika Setterington.

Cornwall Senior Men’s Curling held the Helen Goldhamer Memorial Trophy Draw, from February 26th to March 28th 2014. Twenty eight teams participated with the Riviere rink winning the playoff. From left are skip Eric Riviere, third Mike Bradley, second Bryan Clouthier and spare Duncan McCrimmon (for Bob Branchaud).

Vicious start to the playoffs Thom Racine Sports THOM_RACINE@HOTMAIL.COM

I have watched a lot of hockey over the years and I love the competition that the playoffs bring, but even I have to admit, the first week of this year’s quest for the Stanley Cup has been down right vicious. It makes me wonder, what some of these teams will have left, in four weeks from now. Let’s start with the most obvious, the Blues and Hawks. When you talk rivalries in the NHL, this is one that has been around for over 40 years and the way these two teams

have been taking flagrant liberties with each other, it is a true modern day Hatfields and McCoys. As I write this, those first two games were in St. Louis, wonder what will happen when the scene shifts to the ‘Madhouse on Madison.’ For those wondering, the Brent Seabrook hit on David Backes looked bad, he did what a defenceman is taught to do, finish, but was, by today’s NHL standards, not good and we all knew it would not have a good outcome for the Hawks defender. Three games - Wow! And, what is up with Duncan Keith? Here is an example of one of the world’s premiere defencemen playing with a great big ‘chip’ on his shoulder. What has caused this very obvious and blatant demeanour? An

obvious rivalry that we just do not understand, because in these parts, we just don’t follow the Blues and Hawks. Dare I say it Hawks fans, those back of the leg slashes and stabs are no different than Boston’s Milan Lucic and his penchant to check out the lower regions of some of his opponents of late. There is just no punishment for these things and don’t expect a paltry $5,000 fine to be a deterrent. The problem I have with all of this stems from a few things that have slowly, but now have an impact on the game. The elimination of some of the hitting from the game. Players are preached to about hits to the head, the new day and age we live in has proven the game is now dangerous, that sports that are played with igh passion and allow high

speed contact, are dangerous and that, in no small part, will eventually make pro sports, non contact leagues. Its not silly of me to say things like this, because its true - the world of hockey has moved away from the era of Scott Stevens rocking the blue lines. On a different note, we are getting to see the true impact of Nathan MacKinnon’s game, at 18 years old, he is playing like a seasoned vet and is the next impact player of the NHL for years to come. The best quotes after the Habs went up three zero in their series against Tampa Bay, “the best 82 game con in the history of the NHL” and “its like a deadline day deal” referring to the play of Rene Bourque. Let the games continue - they certainly have our attention seven days in.

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5021 NINE MIlE Rd, JusT souTH oF MaRTINToWN NEW PRICE $288,000

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NEW PRICE $129,900 (L0925) A 3 bdrm brick bung on a 2.83 ac (L0853) 2 Bdrm all stone home on quiet lot with triple car garage & a 24x52 shop. (L0459) 3 Bdrm home on large fenced lot cul-de-sac. Come see. You won’t be dis- Home has had many recent renovations with many features which include C/A, gas appointed. heat, 2 full bathrms & much more. including new kit & bathrm. MICHaEl VaNdER MEER** MICHaEl VaNdER MEER** 613-938-2121 613-938-2121

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6134 POIRIER AVE. This 1181 sq.ft., 3 bdrm all-brick bungalow can nicely accommodate your family. This complete package offers an attached garage, gas heat, central air, rear deck and a spacious rec room with a gas stove. The partly fenced lot of 130’x119’ is lovingly landscaped and provides much privacy. Come and view it. MLS#L0194. $199,900.

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32 BARNHART DR, LONG SAULT This house definitely feels like a home! Located in the popular village of Long Sault on a desirable family friendly street Barnhart Avenue... This home is ready for your family with 3+1 good sized bedrooms, 3 bathrooms with an attached single car garage & a desirable open concept floor plan which caters to the many needs of a modern family. With very little left to do makes it easy to settle quickly into this wonderful family home. MLS# L0974. $272,500. DALE RUDDERHAM 613-362-6184 PENNY RUDDERHAM 613-930-3377

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203-118 FOURTH ST. E Why rent when you can own? This cute 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo is in a great central location close to many amenities. This condo is located on the main floor making it very easily accessible. Clean and bright, with some modern upgrades, this place feels warm and welcoming. The private balcony is a great spot for your morning coffee. MLS#L1149. $98,000.

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3233 MAIN ST. AVONMORE Great starter or retirement home. Many renovations. Spacious kitchen & living rm on main floor. Modern colors. Large bath w/main floor laundry. 2 bdrms upstairs w/ built-in wardrobe in smaller room. All fenced in yard w/above ground pool & interlocking patio area. Large 18`x24` shed & 1 small utility shed. Awaiting a new family. Don’t miss this one... MLS# L0560. $129,900.

5 SAUNDERS AVE, LONG SAULT. This 1450 sq ft, 3 bdrm, 3 bathroom brick home with an attached plus a detached garage is awaiting its new family. A mix of hdwd, ceramic, carpet and laminate flooring, this home has a great open main floor plan. This home also features an oversized rec room, high efficiency natural gas furnace (Dec 2011), interlocking back yard patio with fenced in backyard and loads of potential. MLS# L0946. $218,000. DALE RUDDERHAM 613-362-6184 PENNY RUDDERHAM 613-930-3377

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3 NORTH BEECH ST LANCASTER. If you are looking for a home in the quaint village of Lancaster this may be the home for you. This adorable 1 ½ storey, 3 bdrm, 1 ½ bath has been completely updated. Tastefully decorated and ready for a new family. Call for a private viewing. MLS# L1096 $194,000.

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1305 QUEEN Solid brick back split awaits your family. Spacious bright rooms to enjoy family meals and some evening TV in. The upper level offers 3 bdrms and a three season sunroom. Dont miss this one, it needs your personal touch. Call now. MLS L1161 $184,000 MONIQUE DRAkE 613-362-2305

3253 RICHMOND DR. Every corner of this home has been lovingly styled and designed. The custom kitchen looks right out of a magazine with quartz countertops, a large island for prep, and custom cabinets. Enjoy morning coffee in the large sunroom, or a cold drink at the bar on the lower level. This home is stunning, call for your private showing today. $259,900 CLAIRE HALLIDAY ARMSTRONG 613-551-2812

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9 WhiteheaD ave. Quality Finished 2 storey, 3 bedrm home with many extras. Nicely finished kitchen with 4 appliances. Laundry incl washer and dryer. 30x8’ att workshop and breezeway leads to the det. 26x26’ heated garage. MLS# L0575 $199,000 mOnique Drake 613-362-2305

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14357 COuntY rOaD 18 Serenity awaits you in this great 1.5 storey home that has a wonderful touch of old country charm. Home features include a large master bedroom, mostly updated flooring, large updated eat in kitchen, 1.5 bathrooms, updated oil tank and much more. $139,900 K3466 InglesideForSale.Info PennY ruDDerham 613-930-3377

15062 COlOnial Dr. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and open concept living await you in this custom built raised bungalow. (2011) Radiant heat floors, gas fireplace and space to grow, all on a 1 acre lot close to amenities. Call today for your private showing. $429,900. Claire halliDaY armStrOnG 613-551-2812

239 FiFth St WeSt This is a beautiful home, not to be missed, perfect for your first time purchase or if you are downsizing. The improvements have preserved the original trims and character of the home. The kitchen has custom made cabinetry, some of the original hardwood flooring has been refinished, there is a new gas furnace ( Dec 2013 ), new windows, newer siding, the list goes on. The detached garage is fully insulated, with its own electrical panel and a woodburning stove. All you need to do is unpack and your home! $154,000.

SuSan helmer 613-938-3860

$79,900

16681 atChiSOn rOaD, lOnG Sault This one is affordable on a small budget. It’s a 1316 sq.ft., 3 bdrm bungalow style mobile home with a spacious addition and a full height basement on a solid foundation. Minor renovations required. 10 minute drive to the City Centre. Call for all the details. Quick possession possible. $79,900 L0702

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HOMES WANTED! BUYERS WAITING! THE TIME IS NOW!

The spring market is here! Have you been thinking about selling your home? If so, please call me. I have buyers for the following: • 2-3 Bedroom bungalow with garage in Cornwall • 2-3 Bedroom home in Long Sault or Ingleside • 3 Bedroom raised bungalow in Cornwall in north end • Vacant lot to suit either a semi detached or a four-plex

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205 Jenna CreS. Spacious 3+1 bedroom side split on a quiet Riverdale Crescent. Hardwood floors, spacious eat in kitchen, and a large 4 season sunroom (2011). Come and take a peek! $279,900. Claire halliDaY armStrOnG 613-551-2812

1152 Pitt St. Residential home with commercial 51 zoning. Unpack your boxes and settle into this upgraded centre town home. Numerous upgrades over the past year(s) from siding to windows and practically everything in between. Want to live here? Act FAST and don’t miss out! PennY ruDDerham 613-930-3377

5130 hiGhWaY 138. Here’s your opportunity to own this quaint three bedroom bungalow in St. Andrews. Functional open concept design. Lots of upgrades including new roof shingles, flooring and finished basement. Spacious fenced rear yard. Great spot for commuting to Ottawa. $164,900. Paul mCalear 613-551-6663

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OPEN HOUSE OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN 1-3 PM SUN 1-3 PM 536 JO-ANNE CRESCENT

2712 ROSS STREET

Tucked away on a quiet crescent close to all amenities this 2 sty Menard built custom home is in move-in condition. Hardwood, 3 baths, kitchen with island overlooks family room/gas fireplace and rear yard. Gas heating, central air, attached garage....come and see.

Immaculate brick bungalow in quiet north end. Extra large landscaped lot, carport. There are 3+1 bedrooms, 2 baths, beautiful hardwood floors, oak cabinetry, large dining room overlooks rear yard. Living room/wood burning fireplace. Gas heating central air....many extras come and see!

Phil Bellsmith

Call for all your buying or selling needs

1405 Queen St.

3 + 1 bedroom home with many upgrades in quiet Riverdale neighbourhood.

$189,900

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$319,000

5550998

HOMe OF tHe WeeK - MLS L0709

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1506 First st. E.

Open HOuse • sunday april 27tH 1-3pm

Bright clean 2+1 bedroom, 2 bathroom brick bungalow, with detached garage. Large eat-in kitchen & kitchenette/ laundry downstairs with large rec-room. Gas heat, nice neighbourhood.

Asking $179,800

Asking $118,500

1205 Caswell Cres.

- new windows - new roof - new gas furnace And much more!!

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5544702

649 Second St. E. 613-938-8100

205 Guy st.

Charming 2 bedroom, 2 storey home ready move-in ready. Updates of this home included, thermal windows, two bathrooms, flooring, gas furnace & electric panel. Bright living-room, large kitchen, private fenced yard & lovely large covered porch. Immediate occupancy.

$279,500

KatIe BELLSMITH

matthew BELLSMITH

c: 613.362.2162

c: 613-930-7666

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––––––––––––––––––– TWO BEDROOM ––––––––––––––––––– 3 WALTON, upst 2bdrm, no appl $775 Incl 23-A LEFEBVRE ST, upst 2bdrm, no appl $675+(elect) 38-A DANIS AVE, upst 2bdrm, f/s $575+(elect) 11 CHRISTY AVE, Unit C, upst 2bdrm, f/s $950+(gas/elect) 109 SEVENTH ST E, upst 2bdrm, 3pc bath, f/s $600 Incl 519 YORK ST, main 2bdrm, no appl $700+gas/elect 512 THIRD ST W, main 2bdrm, no appl $675+(elect) 1006 FIRST ST E, main 2bdrm, f/s $625+(gas/elect) 107 SEVENTH ST E, upst 2bdrm, f/s $625 Incl 1017 LARIN ST, upst 2bdrm,f/s, $575+(elect) 442 NINTH ST E, 2+bdrm, f/s, adult bldg, dishwasher $750 Incl 326-C AUGUSTUS, upst 2bdrm penthouse, no appl $1000+(elect)(May) 9-A GLOUCESTER ST N, upst 2bdrm, no appl $640 +(gas/elect)(May) 17437 SOUTH BRANCH RD, main 2bdrm, f/s, washer/dryer, new construction $1200+gas/elect (May) 515-A YORK ST, upst 2bdrm, f/s $650+(elect) (June) 21 ½ MILLVILLE, small 2bdrm, no appl $750 Incl (June) 1233 DALY AVE, upst 2bdrm, f/s $680+(elect ) (June) 328 FIRST ST E, upst 2bdrm, f/s, $650 Incl (June) 3-C LEONIA, upst 2bdrm, f/s $650+9gas/elect) (June) 519-A YORK, upst 2bdrm, f/s $575+(gas/elect) (June) 338 ST FELIX ST, main 2bdrm, no appl $665+(gas/elect) (July) 440 CUMBERLAND, B8#8, main 2bdrm, f/s $775 Incl 245 YATES, B22#9, upst 2bdrm, f/s $750 incl 440 CUMBERLAND, B16#12, upst 2bdrm, f/s $750 Incl (June) 245 YATES, B1#6, main 2bdrm, f/s $775 Incl (June) 440 Cumberland, B8#5, main 2bdrm, f/s $775 Incl

Open hOuse sunday 1-3

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––––––––––––– BACHELOR / ONE BEDROOM –––––––––––– 326 AUGUSTUS, main 1bdrm, no appl $1000+gas/elect JASE ST, 1bdrm shared accom, furnished $500 Incl 122-A GUY ST, upst 1bdrm, f/s $625 Incl 829 FIRST ST E, upst. 1+bdrm, no appl $525+(elect) or $650 Incl 75 LEONIA, main 1bdrm, f/s $725 incl (May) 534 MARLBOROUGH ST N, upst 1bdrm, no appl $675 Incl 30 ELM ST, main 1+ bdrm, no appl $600+(gas/elect) 315-A LEONIA, lower 1bdrm, female preferred, f/s $550 Incl

2 OTTaWa sT., aLeXandRIa

Tom dunne Broker

CL:

613-662-3948

SPACIOUS ALEXANDRIA WATERFRONT HOME Very affordable 1828 waterfront home. 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths. 20/20 workshop, Gazebo, 30/24 garage w/loft. Fish from your backyard, putter in your workshop and enjoy life in this historic masterpiece. Call Tom today! MLS# K3372.

tomstormrealty@yahoo.ca

Laurin Moe Maurais sales Representative

CL:

613-363-3052

613-551-6446

jstormrealty@gmail.com

Open hOuseReduCed sundaypRICe! 2-3:30

21 sabourin street, Moose Creek

WesTLey’s pOInT.

Louise secours MacMaster sales Representative

CL:

613-551-3200

Make this lovely property your home and getaway all in one. There just isn’t enough space to list the many features of this excellent home with water access to Lake St. Francis, so, you’ll just have to check out MLS K2882 on stormrealtycornwall.com

aaron Fortier

sales Representative

CL:

louisestormrealty@gmail.com

613-330-9162

OnLy $179,995

This large home is in the heart of St. Andrews West,17385 COUNTY ROAD 18 . Only minutes from Cornwall. Perfect for a large family! MLS#L1023

aaron.fortier@gmail.com

patrick piette

sales Representative

CL:

613-662-6263

Open hOuse sunday 1-3

57 sir James Morris, Morrisburg

COunTRy WITh MunICIpaL WaTeR!

Tom dunne Broker

CL:

613-662-3948

Welcome to Paradise! This 3+1 bedroom, 1/1 bath side split is waiting for you and your family. Modest Natural Gas heat and Cornwall Electric Hydro costs, backing onto a forest and on major school bus routes, this clean, clean home boasts a 3 season room, BBQ area, main floor family room, cozy basement rec room and large shed for all the family toys. MLS# L0703. Call Tom today!

In the Village of avonmore!

aaron Fortier

sales Representative

CL:

tomstormrealty@yahoo.ca

613-330-9162

aaron Fortier

sales Representative

CL:

613-330-9162

Tom dunne Broker

CL:

613-662-3948

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OnLy $224,995, 4 aCRes!

aaron Fortier

sales Representative

CL:

613-330-9162

Brick Bungalow aprox 10 minutes drive from Cornwall, located between St. Andrews West and Martintown on paved road, double attached garage. MLS# L0500

aaron.fortier@gmail.com

Welcome home! Relax into Morrisburg, less than an hour to Ottawa. Enjoy your 2+1 bedroom bungalow with 1.5 baths, fully fenced yard, many recent improvements, basement rec room with bar and insulated backyard shed. Enjoy a short walk to the riverside playground or pick up fresh rolls from the shopping center. A short drive will take you to the marina, golf course or many local attractions. Call Tom!!

tomstormrealty@yahoo.ca

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pRICed TO seLL! OnLy $118,995

aaron.fortier@gmail.com

New Price! $239,995 MLS# K3500 This is a large side split with large attached double car garage. Home is over 2300sqft! Great for a growing family. On quiet Broadway St. Beautiful lot.

aaron.fortier@gmail.com

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Cute and Cozy 2 bedroom Bungalow on 8th East. Paved drive, fenced rear yard, Roof shingles and gas furnace installed 2013! MLS# L0882

This spacious home in the great community of Moose Creek was upgraded in 1996, upgrades include insulate foam from the outside,new vinyl siding, garage, many rooms drywall and many more. This property has a nice size lot and municipal water and sewer. Don`t miss your chance. With just a little bit of TLC you can make this affordable home into your dream home. $137,900 MLS: L0377

patpiette@stormrealtycornwall.com

neW pRICe!

4991593

Visit our website: www.acepropertymanagement1991.com

sales Representative

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Sit on the sunny side of this splendid 2400 sq. ft. home and listen to the loon calls echoing across Loch Garry. You simply can’t beat this $399,000 value! MLS K3514 on stormrealtycornwall.com

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–––––– 245 YATES AvE & 440 CUMBERLAND AvE –––––– “CUMBERLAND GARDENS” 2 bdrm units, $735.00-$775.00 1 bdrm units, large windows $660.00 Utilities & appliances included - Coin laundry on site PARKING INCLUDED - No Pets Preferred

––––––––––––––––––– COMMERCIAL ––––––––––––––––––– 232 MCCONNELL AVE, 3 offices and reception area $850 Incl 133 SYDNEY ST, main floor, approx 900 sq ft $700+(gas/elect) APPLE HILL, barn for special occasions CALL FOR DETAILS

James MacMaster

Open hOuse sunday 1-2:30

ReCReaTIOn dReaM

–––––––––––––––––– INGLESIDE UNITS ––––––––––––––––––– 74 ST LAWRENCE #8, main 2bdrm, no appl $625+elect 74 ST LAWRENCE #4, upst 2bdrm, f/s $595+elect (May)

3 & 4 bedroom townhouses 3 levels, w/d hook-ups - $1000.00-$1200.00 PARKING INCLUDED - No Pets Preferred UNITS AVAILABLE - PLEASE CALL

naTuRe-LOVeRs’ dReaM!

1224 1/2 Cumberland st, Cornwall

Perfect starter home with many updates including windows, kitchen, bathrooms, roof and more. Move in ready and located in the north end of town. Call today for a private viewing! MLS# L0022 $107,900

laurin@cornwallrealestateinfo.com

–––––––––––––––– HAWKESBURY UNITS –––––––––––––––– 370 WILLIAMS ST, upst 2bdrm, no appl $750 Incl 265 JAMES ST, main 2bdrm, no appl $800 Incl (April)

––––––––––– 3 BEDROOMS / HOUSES / SEMI ––––––––––– 38 ALBERT ST, upst 3bdrm, no appl $695 +(elect) 28 ½ MARLBOROUGH ST S, 2bdrm house, no appl $750 Incl (coming soon) 909 LAFLIN AVE, 3bdrm bunglaw, f/s, dishwasher $1400+(gas/elect)(May) 440 CUMBERLAND, 4bdrm TH, no appl $1200 Incl (June) KILKENNY CRES, Glen Walter, 2-3bdrm semis, no appl, Garage, no appl $1500+(gas/elect ) 18527 CTY RD 18, Martintown, main 3+1 bdrm, no appl $800+(oil/elect) 18505 GLEN ROAD, Williamstown, 3+1 bungalow, fridge, Built in stove, w/d $1500+(propane/elect) 5162 ST ANDREWS, 2 bdrm 1-1/2 storey house, f/s, w/d $950+(gas/elect) 21 MILLVILLE, 3bdrm, f/s, w/d $875+(gas/elect)(June) 460 Fourth St W, small 3bdrm, main flr, no appl $675+gas/elect

LaKeFROnT paRadIse!

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aaron Fortier

sales Representative

CL:

613-330-9162

Only $194,995 742 Guy sT.

Brick bungalow, large kitchen, above ground pool, finished basement. Just east of the Hospital! MLS# L1108

aaron.fortier@gmail.com


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RV DETAILER Growing family owned and operated RV dealer is looking for 2 candidates for our RV detailing department. 1 full time and 1 part time. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in the field and be able to pay attention to detail. If you take pride in your work and are outgoing, motivated and have a positive attitude we want to hear from you. Being a team player is a must. Some Saturdays are required. Compensation will be based on skill and experience. Please email your resume in confidence to Dan Godard (dgodard@alexandriacampingcentre.com) with subject line “RV DETAILER”. Although we appreciate all applications only the candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

5545550

3124 Johnston ave

This home has the WOW factor! The spacious design offers a large modern kitchen, ceramic floors, brick backsplash Asking and stainless steel hood fan. The main $204 ,500 level expands into the hardwood floored living room. Three well-located bedrooms and a modern bathroom with separate vanities complete the carpet free main floor. In the basement you will find an extra-large Family Room; a large Laundry room; plenty of storage and functional utility areas and a High efficiency gas furnace. Single detached garage . All of this on a well-landscaped lot with fenced yard, brick walkways and retaining walls in a Desirable North End neighbourhood. (MLS L0280)

4631 Glen Roy Road

Country retreat. 1600 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, side split on 7 acres well treed lot. Efficient geo-thermal heating & cooling system. Hard wood flooring, main floor laundry, renovated main bathroom. Gas fireplaces and wood stove. Easy commuting distance to most areas. (MLS L0030)

3875 Hwy. 34, Alexandria

613-525-5000 Flats/ apartments for rent

New appartements for rent in the village of Long-Sault, 2-bedroom units with fridge/ stove/ dishwasher, hookups for washer and dryer, gas heat, central air, hardwood/ ceramic, granite countertops, 750$ & 850$ + utilities. For more info please call 613-930-5224

210

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123-A Alice, 1 large bedroom, second floor renovated and painted, $625/ month. all included. Call Germain, 613-762-6769

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1 bedroom apartment, 4 piece bathroom, kitchen, dining-room, living room, washer dryer hook-up, parking, $750, utilities included, 1st and last, available May 1st, 613-933-0192

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6280 164th avenue, Bainsville

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Fully furnished bachelor apt., Glen-Walter, 5 min from Nav Canada. Heat and electricity included, central air, parking, non-smoker and no pets. Available immediately. 1,000$/ month. 613-931-1104, 613-577-0632

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626 Guy stReet

NEW PRICE

$254,900 Classy place! 2+1 bedroom brick bungalow in quiet neighbourhood. Screened sun room, private back yard with heated Valmar inground pool. Lots of recent improvements. Sewer laterals replaced in 1996. Kitchen cupboards, gas furnace, bathroom, paint all re-done or replaced within the last 2 years. (MLS L0748) Asking

Asking

$269,900

$265,000

WATERFRONT! A unique waterfront property 53 x 135 with winterized house within 10ft of waterfront plus a separate 3 season cottage that could easily rent out for summer holidays.(MLS L0648)

764 dewhuRst ave.,

Over 2000 sq.ft of living space, 4 levels, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 rec rooms, park size fenced lot, French patio doors off dining area to private sheltered six person hot tub, gas furnace and A/C in 09.

SOLD

Asking

$187,500 ea.

Asking

$269,900

Norm EElNurmE Sales Rep.

613-551-6380

94 Moulinette Rd., lonG sault

Well maintained 3+1 bedroom raised bungalow, 3 bathrooms, fully finished basement, rec room with gas fireplace, large 4 season sun room with gas stove, custom built with quality, mostly hardwood and ceramic flooring. Spacious rooms, private back yard. Lot 73 x 156.

Pt lot Plan 52M26 south 1/2 east side oF FoRestdale CRes

(MLS L0792) & (MLS L0793)

New construction 984 sq. ft. 2 bdrm semi-detached on lot 34X98, fin. rec room, high efficiency gas furnace with central air, patio door access to 10X12 deck. Paved driveway. August 2014 possession. New home warr. by Tarion. HST included. Brick front, vinyl siding. Foam block party wall with 6` concrete.

Call Phil for Worry Free Transactions Over 37 Years of Reliable Real Estate Sales & Service

5550274

Beautiful 5 bedroom 4 bathroom home sitting on more than an acre in town. Heated ceramic floors throughout with cork floors in the kitchen plus a 4 season sunroom. Don’t miss your opportunity book your private viewing with me now! $418,000

Asking

$224,900

Upgraded condo - Better than new! Secure building. Lock the door and leave your worries behind. Cheap utility costs. Guest suite, exercise room, roof top patio, indoor parking. Lots to discover in condo living... and you`ll love the view. (MLS K3203)

2 NEW HOMES

5550339

205

Asking

$259,900

710 Cotton Mill unit #403

Open HOuse sunday 1-3 pm

Cornwall realty inc. Brokerage

6304 CamerOn Crt., Bainsville

Independently Owned & Operated

613-551-3777

PHIL LAMARCHE Broker

613-938-8100 Or 1-888-707-3428 (toll free) plamarche@cogeco.ca

(Creg Quay) Help wanted

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Cornwall & Area Housing Corporation Société de logement de Cornwall et de la région WATERFRONT COMMUNITY

MLS L1008

359,000

$

6263 maCdOnald Crt – Bainsville (Creg Quay) Looking for a lovely 4 bedroom brick bungalow with an attached garage in the country plus a workshop on a wonderful country property? Make your appointment now to view this one! $219,900 Spacious bungalow with hardwood floors, open floor plan, granite counters, water view, finished lower level and a great deck. Move in condition, make an appointment. You won’t be disappointed. $ MLS L0490

Large 4 bedroom home in the village of Finch with a workshop. Plenty of room for your growing family on this double lot. Many major upgrades done in 2010! Looking for the convenience of small town living with an easy commute to Ottawa or Cornwall? Come have a look! $209,900.

283,900

3982 2nd line rd., nOrtH lanCaster

Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation is seeking individuals to fill the positions of Permanent Full Time - Maintenance Repairperson and Contract – Maintenance Repairperson. Applicants must possess the following qualifications: • Minimum 3-5 years recent experience; • Demonstrate proficiency and skills required to carry out a planned maintenance program, cleaning and other duties required to protect and ensure the security of residents in a seniors high rise and/or family low rise unit; • Knowledge of landscape maintenance, modern janitorial methods, maintenance of equipment, heating, ventilation, electrical, fire warning and plumbing systems; • Knowledge of Ontario Health & Safety standards; • Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing and in French, orally; • Maintain a valid unrestricted Class G Driver’s License with a clean abstract; • Have the use of a personal vehicle is required; • Must provide a Police Background Check to the Corporation’s satisfaction. Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the Maintenance Repairperson is responsible for providing interior and exterior building maintenance at rent-geared-to-income units located at projects within the City of Cornwall (other locations may be found within the United Counties of SD&G, subject to operational requirements).

Applicants are invited to submit resumes and proof of qualifications by Monday, May 5th, 2014.

Contact Shane Cosstick Sales Representative

MLS L0957

5550361

Maintenance Repairperson – Permanent Full Time and Contract

The Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation offers a competitive hourly rate of pay and comprehensive benefits (Permanent Full-Time only)

Affordable country home with 2 bedrooms, 2 washrooms, eat-in kitchen, large garage and nicely finished lower level with an additional bedroom, den and rec room. This home has it all

613-861-1444

1916, rue Pitt Street, # 11, Cornwall, Ontario K6J 5H3 Tel: (613) 938-7717 • 1-800-267-2435 Fax/Télécopieur : (613)938-6280 E-mail/courriel : info@cahousing.ca

199,000

$

12 Duncan Street, Lancaster • Tel. 613 347 2215 Fax 613 347 3715 • www.glengarryrealestate.com

The Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation Attention: Manager, Finance and Administration Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation 1916 Pitt Street, Unit 11 Cornwall, Ontario K6J 5H3 Fax: 613-938-6280 E-mail: hr@cahousing.ca Cornwall and Area Housing Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Une copie de ce document est disponible en français en communiquant au (613) 938-7717 poste 16.

5550300

Nicely updated 4 bedroom home with huge work shop. Updates include new natural gas furnace, swimming pool, flooring, kitchen.. just to name a few. Come have a look to see if this home is right for you and your family. $268,500

Enjoy this renovated home backing onto a canal with your own dock & access to the lake. Home features open floor plan, stone fireplace, spa bathroom, finished lower level & multi level deck. Don’t miss this rare find.


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Over

8 million tonnes of recyclable materials 2004.

have been diverted since In 2012, from

892,924 tonnes

of paper and packaging collected

Blue Boxes in Ontario were recycled. That weighs close to

80,000 school buses!

For a complete list of materials collected and a collection schedule visit: www.southstormont.ca

Rooms for rent

985

395

Cars for sale

FURNISHED: room for rent for female, many extras. No parking. No pets. $350 per month. 613-933-7515

2010 Chevrolet Impala LT, V6, 41,300 km. $12,500. Kathy 613-938-1664

395

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HOUSE SALE HOUSEHOLD, KUBOTA LAWN TRACTOR ALAN & NICOLE MILLS

18025 SOUTH BRANCH ROAD (CTY. RD. 19)

17645 CTY RD 44, JUST NORTH OF CORNWALL ONT.

Just West of Kinlock Road GRANTS CORNER, ONTARIO

(SITE OF GENERAL TRUCK REPAIR) CONSIGN EARLY FOR MORE EXPOSURE PICK UP AVAILABLE 613-938-0211

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~ Free estimates ~

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ron macdonell 613-360-2200

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613-662-6267

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Stephane St Denis

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financing

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Owned and operated by master electrician

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613-935-9444 613-551-6414

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5538372

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Outdoor Needs Inc. Family Owned & Operated Since 1999

CALL

BRUNET

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• Home, Office & Apartment General/Heavy Cleaning & Windows • Construction, Fire & Flood Cleaning

Gary Dobson

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Contact or visit us today at 1100 Marleau Ave., Cornwall 613.932.7686

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PLACE YOUR AD AND YOU COULD WIN A

Frozen Celebration Cake

This Week’s Winner: PAUL & CHRIS

compliments of Dairy Queen Cornwall and Seaway News

All Celebrate ads will be entered into the draw. One (1) weekly winner. Coupon to be picked up at Seaway News

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DEADLINE: MONDAY - 12 NOON FIRM Black & White

Allen and Marilyn MacDonell and Deborah Culkin would like to invite you to the reception celebrating the marriage of their children Chad MaCdonell and Tara SMiTh

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will be held at the Cornwall Golf and Country Club (located on highway 2). Saturday May 3, 2014 at 8:00pm


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A new event being held on May 31 at the Nav Centre is sure to quench the thirst of any beeroisseur.

TAX RETURN AT HOME

I’ll come to your home, I will find all deductions, print a copy and e-file it for you!

Average Return

Steampunk artist Susan ‘SooZ’ Jillette and mixed media artist Marc Gagne’s art exhibition Complementary Contrasts will run until May 2 at TAG Cornwall.

Single

$35+HST

CALL VOJTO:

Marc Crawford, a Stanley Cup winner recently inducted into the Cornwall Sports Hall of Fame - Class of 2014, led the Zurich Lions to the Swiss “A” League title earlier this month.

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Thanks to Cornwall’s Ground Soap, you don’t have to be filthy rich to clean up nicely.

Couple

$55+HST

613-347-1052

Antibacterial Spray Cleaner - Germ Killing Polish

SEAWAY NEWS

Sharon Fortier

owner/operator shar’s private cleaning services

PET CORNER

Shar’s Tip of the Week Why buy one when you can make it in 5 minutes. Mix 1 cup rubbing alcohol, 1 cup water and 1 tablespoon white vinegar in a spray bottle. Use on all kitchen and bathroom surfaces including tile and chrome.

Age of Aquarius Cabaret The Cabaret Band and Chorus are holding rehearsals for their upcoming Age of Aquarius Cabaret. The performance, which will feature music from the ‘70s, will be held on April 25 at the Knights of Columbus Hall 205 Amelia St. The evening begins at 6:30 p.m., the dinner includes caesar salad, 1/4 chicken breast, potatoes, vegetables, dessert, coffee/tea, Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at the Alzheimer Society of Cornwall and District. 106B Second St West Times Square. All proceeds support the society.

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Bring in or email your favourite pet photo along with a small caption and we’ll publish it so all our readers can enjoy it, too! Drop in to our office at 29 Second Street East or email editorial@cornwallseawaynews.com DEADLINE IS MONDAY 5PM

For Men, a Tip To Lead a Long LiFe

The National Institutes of Health has just released the results of a $200 million research study completed under a grant to Johns Hopkins. The new study has found that women who carry a little extra weight live longer than the men who mention it.

More Scuttlebutt on page 42 5456488

I DIDN’T DO IT... AND EVEN IF I DID, I’M CUTE ENOUGH TO GET AWAY WITH IT! Rosie is a 7 week old, Golden Retriever. New addition to the Piché family of Cornwall. Owned by Gerry & Annette.

The fans have spoken, Dreamer/Deceiver The new Boston Pizza restaurant in Cornwall will open on April 26 on Brookdale – an Ottawa band with Cornwall ties, rocked the crowd at the Protest The Hero show on Avenue, just in time for the NHL playoffs. April 15. Rumble on the Rez (part 2): The Seaway Start the countdown! The Seaway Valley Roller Derby Girls dominated the Kahnawake Wagon Burners with a 262-105 victory at their Theatre Company’s production of Moon Over season opener in Akwesasne. Don’t miss their Buffalo opens on Friday, May 2. For more next match against the Renfrew County Valley information, visit www.svtc.ca. Valkuries on May 31 at the Long Sault Arena. Lt (N) Christopher Cochrane is the new Welcome to parenthood! Congrats to Vu’s Commanding Officer of the Cornwall Branch Jamie Maracle and his fiancée Jessica Lanois of the Navy League of Canada and the Royal on the birth of their beautiful boy Jude (Baby Canadian Sea Cadet Corps (RCSCC) Stormont. Jam).

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2009 Buick lucerne CXl

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4x4 2011 dodge dakota sXt 4.7L 8 Cyl., 4-Speed Automatic, 86,517 km

$19,900

13,900

$

2013 Chevrolet Cruze

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17,995

$

2012 hyundai Veloster hidden third door

1.6L 4 Cyl., 4-Speed Auto, Front-Wheel Drive, Hatchback with “hidden” third door on passenger side, 24,539 km, Bal. of Factory Warr.

2009 Chrysler sebring lX 2.4L 4 Cyl., 4-Speed Automatic Front-Wheel Drive, 78,700 km

19,999

$

$

2013 dodge avenger sXt**

2.4l, 4 cyl., 6 spd auto., pw, pl, air, alloys, remote entry, tilt, cruise, block heater, 36,820 km

17,500

$

10,495

2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee laredo

all wheel drive

3.7L, 6 cyl., 4 spd auto, pw, pl, A/C, alloys, remote entry, tilt, cruise, heated seats, 57,230 km

$

19,900

All prices exclude HST + Licence. **Previous Daily Rental

NEW AND USED CARS & TRUCKS www.stradermotorsales.ca


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SCUTTLEBUTT

Trained, qualified, experienced. Michel Mayer, DD - 30 Years in Business

Chris Leblanc - Winner of the Princeton Gold Norway Maple

with professional installation included

Kevin Mallette - Winner of the Hydrangea shrub

5550437

Althouse Horticultural Booth Winners!

Monique Gaudet, Horticultural Technician with winners from the Chamber of Commerce Home & Leisure Show

613-938-3135

After studying a unit on geometry, my sixth graders were preparing for a test. One girl had been struggling with the names of geometric shapes, such as pentagon, hexagon, octagon and decagon. I stopped by her desk to review them with her. Holding up a cutout of a 12-sided figure called a dodecagon, I asked her to name the figure. She squirmed and sighed. “Oh, Mrs. Spencer,” she said, “that must be the perplexagon.” Recycling – don’t let it end up in the landfill … Resell, pass on or donate items your household no longer uses. Use a canvas bag when shopping. Purchase longer-lasting quality products for your everyday use. Purchase a compost bin for kitchen and garden waste such as plant trimmings, leaves, vegetable cuttings, eggshells, shredded paper and tea bags. Caller would like to respond to “race car driving” on city streets.... If it seems like everyone but you is speeding, then it’s a good bet that you are one of the people who drive at only 10 to 20 kmh and in actually you are the danger on our roads. You and people who drive like you, cause way too many accidents because you do not drive with the flow of traffic. You need to keep up to the speed limit then it wouldn’t seem like everyone is racing, would it?

Annual Picnic

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** previous daily rental

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Winners from Althouse Horticultural booth at the Chamber of Commerce Home & Leisure Show

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Quality Pre-Owned Vehicles

Pet Tip of the Week: Fleas on your pet actually cause serious medical problems such as dermatitis, tapeworms and in some cases, anemia. Make sure you use preventative measures and treat your pets for fleas before flea season starts. Great work, Great price and over all Great friendly service at Marcel’s Service Centre on Balmoral!! From a Happy Customer! B Goodfellow.

Cornwall History Who are they? We know that Cornwall Mayor A. Horovitz is on the right presenting a radio to a proud mother and her baby at the 1954 edition of his Annual Picnic, but we do not know who the other two are. The Cornwall Community Museum has numerous photographs of people taken in Cornwall over the past 60 years, unfortunately we do not know who they are. To try to correct this, we are inviting the public to visit the museum to help us identify the people in the photos. The museum is open from Wed. to Sun., 11am to 4pm, admission is free.

May 3, 2014 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Jim Robillard Union Centre 1505 Carling Avenue, Ottawa K1Z 7L9

5493740

The Ottawa Ostomy support Group supports the Ostomate Community by hosting this event with

Visit suppliers, see what is new, and listen to guest speakers, Free Ostomy Clinic by appt. 613-447-0361

Run to endMS—Saturday April 26. Run a 5K, 10K and 1/2 Marathon along the beautiful St. Lawrence River and support the MS Society, Cornwall & District Chapter.....register by calling 613-938-6777 or online at mssociety.ca If you haven’t filed your Income Tax Return yet … better hurry. Deadline is fast approaching.

A simple and effective way to control your household energy and water costs this summer and be kind to the environment at the same time is to make sure that your air conditioners are in good condition to work efficiently. Clean air filters each season and attend to repairs quickly (leaking refrigerant emits gases that contribute to global warming). When buying a room air conditioner, select one that’s suitable for the size of the room where you’ll use it. Look for Energy Star® logo on these appliances as they use at least 10 per cent less energy than conventional models.

Early bird

$75 $85

by May 2nd, 2014 Schedule of the aftEr May 2nd, 8:30 AM: registration

day

9:00 AM: breakfast and smoothies includes: Menu of the day, morning eye opener, decaf herbal tea, 9:30 AM -11:00AM: Vinyasa yoga 1 ½ hour decaf coffee, fresh fruits, yogurt parfait, juice smoothies 11:30 AM -12:30PM: Lunch with protein, light healthy lunch (soup and salad) 2 hours free to walk the beautiful grounds of NAV Centre, Call to reserve your spaCe use the spa sauna, pool and have a massage (at your cost) call soon to avoid disappointment. @613.ZeN lIFe 936.5433 2:45PM: afternoon snack/juice limited space available. 3:00PM-4:00pm Afternoon Restorative thE lEvEl of yoga is suitablE for EvEryonE. meditation Yoga bring your own: yoga mat, blanket, pillow, yoga bloc. punctuality is of essence. please arrive on time so there is no interruption to other yoga meditation and you do not miss out on your treats.

Your oNE Stop 1950 Montreal Rd, Cornwall, ON 613-ZEN-LIFE (936-5433) DEStiNatioN awaits you...

www.navspa.ca

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Picture of Reality: When I went to get my driver’s license renewed, our local motorvehicle bureau was packed. The line inched along for almost an hour until the man ahead of me finally got his license. He inspected his photo for a moment and commented to the clerk, “I was standing in line so long, I ended up looking pretty grouchy in this picture.” The clerk looked at his picture closely. “It’s OK,” he reassured the man. “That’s how you’re going to look when the cops pull you over anyway.”

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Call To Book Your Personal Tour

613-932-3707

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*Conditions apply - call for details


CASH IS KING

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$

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$

14,995** 2011 FOrd FusiOn se

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14,995

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2011 HYundAi verACruz

2008 CHev impALA LTz

2005 merCedes s500

3.8L V6, 7 pass, loaded, only 48,000 km

heated seats, leather, sunroof, fully equipped

4matic, loaded, Nav., sunroof

19,995

$

15,995

13,995** 8,995

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15,995

SEE NICK FOR FINANCING AND WARRANTY DETAILS. CarProof available with all vehicles. **Previous daily rental. Prices are plus taxes & licence. Financing as low as 4.99% O.A.C. See dealer for terms & conditions.

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$27,988

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$17,988

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$22,988 or $99/BW*

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or

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$68/BW*

2014 pAlomiNo columBus 3650Th

- 3 slides - Frameless windows - BBQ - Corian counters - Sleeps 10 - Power awning

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