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on or about June 23. The cycling trek will take her through southern Quebec and the Maritimes before arriving at her destination. Despite the arduous conditions and a solid day of rain before arriving in the Seaway City, Kelly has been inspired by messages of support. “I get texts and Facebook messages from people I know and that has really helped me,” she said. Winmar has been Kelly’s “unofficial, official” sponsor. The media event in Cornwall took place at the local Winmar office on Second Street East.


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City of Cornwall celebrates Paramedic Services Week In 2014, Paramedics in Cornwall and SDG responded to over 12,000 emergency calls. Ambulances are constantly moving throughout the City and Counties day and night to ensure safe and rapid response to any call for service. “Each day, Paramedics go to work prepared to meet the unexpected. They equip themselves both mentally and physically to deal with the challenges they will face in serving the community and its citizens,” said EMS Chief Myles Cassidy, who has been in the EMS field for 25 years. To ensure quality care, Paramedics

engage in thousands of hours of specialized training and continuing education throughout the year to acquire and enhance their lifesaving skills. “The highly trained Paramedics who serve Cornwall and SDG respond to disaster scenes, medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents and other emergencies, providing everyone with access to quality emergency care,” said Chief Cassidy. “Appropriate medical care in an out-of-hospital setting dramatically improves the survival and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury.” To meet the growing demands for emergency medical services, much has

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CORNWALL, Ontario - City councillors expressed further frustration with the Cornwall Community Hospital over a refusal to meet with the municipal body to discuss consolidation of one of its departments - but conceded they are out of options. Not surprisingly, a municipal lawyer is suggesting the city will be unsuccessful in getting a court to agree to an injunction that would stop the consolidation of the histology department at the hospital. Lawyer Christopher Clermont tells municipal officials in a letter that the city fails to meet a variety of thresholds that would make it more likely for an injunction to be granted.

“I want to commend the councillors and my seconder who came across and voted in favour of getting the information. The city has done all it could. I feel comfortable there,” said Coun. Andre Rivette, who spearheaded the move to seek a legal opinion. But frustration with hospital officials who have put off a meeting to explain the move until this fall was simmering just below the surface. “I am disappointed in the hospital and this process,” said Coun. Bernadette Clement. “Not the decision…but in the fact that they wouldn’t necessarily come and speak to us or exchange with us…on this issue. “We are a vital partner to the hospital… and we certainly care about what is going on the community.” Coun. Glen Grant took it a step further

and called the hospital move “an insult.” Most specifically Clermont suggested the city was attempting to get involved in an area outside its scope by demanding the hospital appear before city councillors to explain the move. “In my opinion the court will likely perceive the city’s application for an injunction...at the city trying to assert authority over health care services that are properly outside the scope of the city’s statutory mandate,” writes Clermont. “Further, I must point out that while the city may invite anyone to make a presentation to council, there is not provision in the Municipal Act that permits a municipality to compel any person to appear before council to answer questions.” Coun. Denis Thibault and Mayor Bob Kilger were the only two members of council

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CORNWALL, Ontario - The fundraising season in Cornwall is short - and a local agency that helps developmentally-challenged adults is looking to make hay while the sun shines. Actually, the sun will play a limited role this time around. Beyond 21 has a pair of events planned in the coming weeks, highlighted by a Moon River Run along the St. Lawrence - a nighttime event that will showcase the waterfront in a way that many residents may be unfamiliar with. “I’ve run along there at night, and with the moon it is just beautiful,” said Jane McLaren, program manager at Beyond 21. The events take place this summer, as fundraising activities this fall are blacked out for some agencies while the local United Way ramps up its activities. The Moon River Run takes place July 12, with a one-kilometre family sunset event at 7 p.m., as well as a five-kilometre timed event at 8:30 p.m.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - A community group of expert gardeners handed out hundreds of plants last Saturday to educate city residents on how easy it is to eat healthy and save money by growing your own food or buying it locally. For the second year, Transition Cornwall + held their Incredible Edible Plant Festival at the Justice Building on Pitt Street. Nearly 400 people lined up for a free plant that was ready to bear food. Residents had their pick of beans, red and yellow sweet peppers, cherry tomatoes, or perpetual spinach plants, ready to go in a three-gallon pot. Besides handing out free vegetable plants, the gifted greenthumbs were also creating three downtown vegetable gardens with the community. The event was run by the Transition + sub-group, Food Action Group, and it marked Local Food Week in Ontario (June 2-8). The Food Action Group advocates for food issues such as food safety, local production, organic gardens, agricultural infrastructure,

food distribution, community gardens, and education. “We’re helping to build a sustainable and resilient community,” said Bill Carriere, a member of the group. He noted that a lot of visitors from the inaugural festival returned with a newfound excitement for gardening. Carriere also noticed that there were a lot more youth at the event this year. Many were glad to either help at the children’s garden in front of the fire station or plant sunflower seedlings at the Cornwall Community Police Service building. Seven-year-old Dezirae, of Cornwall, jumped at the opportunity to get her hands dirty. She enjoyed the family outing with her little brother Montgomery, 6, and her mother Pamela, but couldn’t wait to take her new bean plant home. City resident Debra-Lynn Bellefeuille said her new cherry tomatoes will grow perfectly on her aprtment balcony. Dillon Cooke, who recently moved to the Seaway City, has always wanted to try his hand at growing flowers. He said his new free plants are a great way to get started. Kyle Jackson, a resident of LaSalle,

Seaway traffic up, despite slow start to season

increase of 2.4 per cent over the same period last year. Shipments of stone, salt and general cargo through the St. Lawrence Seaway were also strong, however, total year-to-date cargo shipments were down 20 per cent as other commodities have yet to catch up from delays at the start of the season. “The St. Lawrence Seaway is playing a critical role in relieving the Canadian grain backlog that built up over the winter months. We’re seeing a huge spike in ocean vessels coming into the system and the Canadian Great Lakes fleet is going gangbusters to respond to orders from the grain companies. We’re optimistic that this activity will continue through the summer,” said Bruce Hodgson, director of market development for the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - An all-day event connecting beer lovers with the burgeoning craft beer scene served up plenty of variety Saturday, May31. Hundreds of thirsty patrons raised a glass or two (or three) at the first Eastern Ontario Festival of Beers - a craft beer tasting event hosted at the Nav Centre in Cornwall. Over 50 varieties of craft beer, as well as samples of wine, spirits, and cider flowed at 12 booths. The festival also offered the spoils of a tasty collaboration with local hot food vendors and artisan food producers.

Rob Csernyik, chair of the festival, wanted to connect the community with the craft beer scene and judging by the response from the first half of the event, a second year is already in the mix. “There’s definitely a lot of interest in craft beer here in Cornwall - people have responded to the festival really well,” said Csernyik. “When you look at a lot of the restaurants downtown, it’s something they’re really starting to carry. But what’s interesting is that Cornwall is still kind of an untapped market when it comes to festivals and bars carrying it - that’s one reason brewers were excited to participate.”

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CORNWALL, Ontario - History is coming to life at the Cornwall Community Museum in the Wood House with sword fighting, interpretative dance, a city jam session, and a lot more free activities. Curator Ian Bowering said a series of events will be kicked off with Doors Open, a province-wide celebration of history and heritage, on June 21 and 22. The museum has a creative way to mark the annual event, too: walking tours of the

Waterfront and Pitt Street, which will be highlighted with interpretative dances about the Great Cornwall Elephant Walk, the founding of Cornwall, and its industries. The walking tours and interpretative dance performances will also take place on Saturday, June 28. Along with the museum, the SD&G Historical Society will be operating the Cornwall jail starting on June 21 on Saturdays and Sundays; unlike most of their activities, the museum will be charging admission. Back by popular demand, summer

Sunday teas will run until the end of June. For Canada Day, the museum will host a pie eating contest and open the Cornwall Waterfront Exhibit. The 4th Cornwall Thing Contest in partnership with Lift-Off (July 10-13) asks residents to bring their cutest, newest, oddest, oldest, or most Cornwall ‘thing’ from July 10 to 12, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Judging begins on Sunday, July 13, at 2 p.m. “Plus we are inviting all musicians to play ‘Wild Thing’ on the porch of the museum on the 13th,” said Bowering.

Then, it’s time to duel. Every Friday, from the end of June, fencing (sword fighting) demonstrations will add an element of adrenaline and excitement. Over the August long weekend, the museum will re-dedicate the United Loyalist plaque that used to be on the Second Street post office, as well as mark the anniversary of World War I with an exhibition. An Irish memorial monument is set to be unveiled in the fall. For more information, e-mail Ian10@ bellnet.ca or call (613) 936-0842 or visit cornwallcommunitymuseum.wordpress.com.

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Shelving the Thirteenth Street sidewalk sends the wrong message to residents Todd Lihou TODD.LIHOU@TC.TC

Well, at least some of them tried. During a city council meeting that has to rank up there with watching paint dry as far as news value is concerned, a collection of councillors tried, unsuccessfully, to get a sidewalk on Thirteenth Street shelved. Residents living in the neighbourhood signed a petition asking the city to cancel the project, in large part because they don’t want the properties dug up to allow for the construction. Councillors David Murphy, Glen Grant, Denis Thibault and Maurice Dupelle sided with the residents. Grant couldn’t have summed the item up any simpler. “The people there don’t want one – so why are we going to put one there?” Exactly. Of course the city has a plan that suggests so-called “arterial” streets like Thirteenth require such a sidewalk. Big deal. The reality is even though the city has policies that suggest it must conduct itself in a certain way, it often charts a different course. The city’s reserve funds are constantly used to finance municipal projects, despite the fact

that there is a policy to save money for a rainy day via surpluses. “We need to have a policy people will stick to,” said Coun. Denis Carr weeks ago when the city got a lecture about the state of its reserves. “We’re bad for policies because we put them in and then we break them.” But the overriding factor in this sidewalk debate lies in the fact that city councillors are elected to make decisions on behalf of residents – in many cases reflecting the will of the people. Or at least that’s the general idea. In this case the majority of councillors have dismissed the desire of the electorate and, once again, done what they want. Their reasoning may appear sound on the surface. There are a number of schools in the neighbourhood, which means young people will be walking back and forth to school. With cars whizzing by on Thirteenth Street there are concerns about the safety of children. Fair enough – but it’s not like homeowners in this neighbourhood were forced to purchase their houses. I would argue they were well aware of the sidewalk situation on Thirteenth Street long before they moved in. It’s like that at my house. On our particular street there is just one sidewalk, and my wife

and I have to cross the street to get to it. We knew that going in, and are hardly in a position to argue differently. It reminds me of a story that circulated not long ago concerning homes in a new development in Cornwall’s east end. The development is south of Second Street East, near Boundary Road. Word has it residents were complaining about the noise coming from some of the businesses north of Second Street. Really? You bought a home that is a stone’s throw from the industrial park…what did you think it would be like? My parents bought a home in the shadow of Domtar – they knew it would loud and smelly some days, but you have to expect such things.

The fact is, as far as this sidewalk is concerned, the majority of city council have politely dismissed a request from residents. For years those same city councillors have lamented the apathy among many in Cornwall when it comes to getting involved in the decisionmaking process. Here is a clear cut case of a municipal issue as Canadian as maple syrup and ice-cold beer – a group of residents complaining about a sidewalk. City council will argue their plea was heard, but respectfully set aside. The residents, I’m sure, will say they were ignored. The truth is somewhere in the middle, but if I were a resident of that neighbourhood I would be plenty upset right now.

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A Cornwall bylaw enforcement van, of all things, is seen passing a stopped school bus which allegedly has its warning lights flashing and its “Stop” sign arm engaged while kids are disembarking on one of the busiest streets in the city. At least this is what hundreds of viewers of a video posted on the Internet witnessed. A day or two later the city, responding to the video, said the driver of the bylaw enforcement vehicle had been reprimanded. Citing confidentiality, neither the name of the employee nor the punishment was made public. Who knows, perhaps he had to write out 100 times “I will never again break the Highway Traffic Act re: school buses.” According to CAO Norm Levac, city hall relayed the information to Cornwall Community Police Service which undertook what Chief Dan Parkinson called a “measured approach” to the alleged incident. Couple of week later, city police, responding to a query by a nosey member of the media, said no charge would be laid. A “measured” investigation that was upgraded to a “full investigation” failed to find the necessary evidence to file a charge. But the case isn’t closed. Nope. It is just in a state of limbo until (AKA if) more compelling evidence becomes available. Understandably, that drew a “hummm” from Joe Public. For the unwashed unfamiliar with a police investigation, the case of the city bylaw enforcement officer not being charged seems strange, given the video evidence and that the employer

(city) reprimanded the driver for the allegeded transgression. This could lead Joe Public to believe that the employee fessed up (to the boss) to passing the school bus and accepted the reprimand. But a video, lack of an official complaint, hearsay, no positive indentification on the video or by a witness and a non-confession (to police) doesn’t cut it when it comes to laying a charge. In other words, police came to the conclusion there was little, if any, chance of conviction. The fine for those convicted of such school bus transgressions is around $500 along with a handful of demerit points, something that doesn’t impress an auto insurance company. Seems that a bylaw enforcement officer has caught a lucky break, something he or she might take into consideration before leaping at the next chance to slap a citizen with a ticket. TRIVIA John Sandfield Macdonald, first premier of Ontario, resided in Cornwall at stately Ivy Hall. Where was Ivy Hall and in 1987 what did it become? TRIVIA ANSWER Le Village Donuts operated at 10 Montreal Rd. from 1982-2000. The building was demolished the next year and replaced by Dubuc Eye Clinic. Over the years, the address was home to the Maple Leaf Hotel (circa 1889), G. de Varenne’s Pharmacy, Rex Dupuis’ Smoke Shop and a beauty salon before becoming the doughnut shop. IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR Hughie McAlear remembers how he and a few high school buddies (CCVS) would show up at a Red Cross blood clinic run by Sam Hill with somebody else’s age of majority ID so they could give blood and collect the $1 donor payment. “Then we’d stop at the old Central (hotel) and have a round of 10-cent draughts,” he recalled. “The joke was that we were

down a pint and up a quart.” ... The Ontario Tourist information centre on Second Street West which at the time was Highway 2. ... The Howard Smith Paper Mill monthly magazine - The Log - which was mailed to every employee. Editors were Don Auty and later Glen Sloan. ... The city worker, pushing a barrel on a wheels , who was tasked with keeping the downtown core clean of litter. JEST KIDDING Well, that does it. After watching the anti-Conservative Ontario Provincial Police Association TV ads (Union Slams Hudak) I’m signing up for an Ontario Liberal membership card which I will carry next to my driver’s licence just in case I’m ever pulled over by a member of the Ontario Provincial Police Association who is on board with the union’s position vis-a-vis Hudak and the Conservatives. HERE & THERE Stop the press. The weather folks came close to getting a five-day weather forecast right. ... Overlooked is the fact that Toronto already has the biggest casino in the country. It’s on Bay Street. It’s called the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE). ... Strange, isn’t it. If the city talks about not filling one or two vacant positions to save money some members of council react as if the Doomsday Clock is about to strike midnight. Yet, a few hundred jobs disappear in the private sector and not a peep of concern from the same folks, especially so when they are non-union jobs. THIS & THAT Snappy new Tim Hortons TV commercial (We’ve Been Everywhere) mentions Bainsville but not Cornwall which had the first Tim store (Brookdale Avenue) outside the Hamilton/ Burlington market. Co-founder Tim Horton officially opened the store, while his partner, Ron Joyce, worked a couple of night shifts helping the new owners bake doughnuts. ROUND’N’BOUT Union members - nurses

and support staff - at Massena Memorial Hospital are willing to accept a three-year wage freeze to save the hospital from drowning in red ink and possible bankruptcy. ... Movie star Steven Seagal was in Akwesasne on Monday, June 2. According to The Mohawk Nation News the actor stopped in at Akwesasne after attending a family gathering in Kahnawake near Montreal on the weekend. A follower of the Buddhist faith, Seagal, 62, is an Native rights activist. He serves as a reserve deputy in the Jefferson (Louisiana) Parish sheriff’s department. He traces his ancestory to Kahnawake. ... Back in the days when it was unusual to see a woman driving a car, Irene Alguire not only drove a car but broke down another barrier when she got into the male-dominated real estate business, becoming one of the most successful of her time. She died recently at age 97. JUST A THOUGHT Something you never heard the Ontario food bank organization talk about during the election - that under the Liberal government the demand on Ontario food banks has gone through the roof. You can bet that if a Conservative government had been in power for the last eight years, it would have been a major issue. AND ANOTHER THING Just thinking out loud but with the federal government licensing (legal) medical marijuana grow ops, might be time for somebody to take a look at the empty water bottling plant on Cornwall Island. It has a (relatively) inexpensive source of electricity (Cornwall Electric) and an abundance of water flowing right past its doors. It would give Akwesasne a major economic boost. ... Breaking consumer news last week alerted Canadians to the fact that meat prices have skyrocketed in the last 12 months. Really! Does the author of the report think folks never noticed?

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The great television event in the form of the World Cup Soccer in Brazil is now underway. The 2010 event was the most viewed soccer event. According to reports, 3.2 million watched 64 matches last time. This time also 64 matches will be played at 12 World Cup venues across Brazil. The World Cup’s first match takes place in San Paulo with the host nation taking on

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Nearly a tragedy at the Cornwall boat launch Dear editor, Re: Todd Lihou’s column, June 9. Thank you for your editorial in the recent Seaway News about Lamoureux Park and the boat ramp. My husband uses the ramp almost every weekend in the summer to

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Be on guard for lyme disease Dear editor: Ticks Carrying Lyme Disease is on the rise in Eastern Ontario. I have received calls and know of several people who are finding ticks on their pets, horses and themselves. Please be aware that the Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) is reminding residents to take steps to protect themselves when in areas where Lyme disease-carrying ticks may be found.

was a couple fishing from the dock, obviously ignoring the no-fishing sign. Thanks for your article, hopefully more people will realize the possible dangers. More and more people are using the parking lot on the east side, which means less room for vehicles and their trailers.

The next time we see some problems, we will call the police again. With time, I hope there will be a solution to these concerns. Paula McCormack Cornwall

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Dear editor: The staff, volunteers, doctors and I would like to thank you for spreading free smiles through your generous donation to our 3rd annual Dentistry from the Heart event which took place on Saturday, May 3rd. Your contribution was instrumental in making this event a great success. We were able to give back to our community by providing free treatment to 77 patients in need of dental

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CORNWALL, Ontario - A British advocate for better hospital food visited the Cornwall Community Hospital last Thursday to help the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU) start a food revolution across the province. Alex Jackson, a member of the United Kingdom-based coalition Sustain and coordinator of its ‘Campaign for Better Hospital Food,’ is trying to change the kind of food patients are being served. Over 82,000 patient meals a day are wasted in the UK, according to Jackson. “In England, the quality of our hospital food is awful and has become progressively worse over the last 20 years,” said Jackson. He started the ‘Keep Hospitals Cooking’ campaign two years ago to call on the British

government to set mandatory nutritional standards for patient food. “Part of the reason why things have got so bad is because they closed our kitchens and we rely on high-priced ready-meals, which are unhealthy and do nothing to support local farmers or the local economy,” said Jackson. OCHU has been following his campaign, and invited Jackson to Ontario to help run a fact-finding awareness tour with its officials across the province. “It seems that Ontario is halfway down the road that we’ve gone down in England, and OCHU has become increasingly concerned about the way things have gone in terms of hospital food. They want to get local people to lobby their local hospitals to have fresh food on site and their government to set quality standards,” he said. Kevin Cook, an OCHU representative from Hamilton, Ontario and a former hospital

chef, joined Jackson at the front of the city’s hospital for a small media conference. Their combined message: hospitals, nursing homes, schools, and universities should be serving locally grown, healthy food that’s cooked in-house. “People can send in e-mails to let us know what they think of their hospital food at admin@ochu.on.ca,” said Cook. “We’ve already had one e-mail from a hospital patient in North Bay that said she didn’t eat for three days because the food wasn’t even suitable for a dog.” He says each day in Ontario thousands of hospital patients’ meals are left uneaten and wind-up in the trash. “We’ve been told, not all, but some of the food at Cornwall’s hospital is coming in frozen,” said Cook. The hospital was not advised that the event was taking place. A media relations

officer from the hospital approached the unannounced media conference, but was unable to make any comment since he felt blindsided by the incident. However, Cook noted that the tour which spanned a dozen cities, starti ng 10 days earlier and ending at its next stop in Belleville, had been publicized by OCHU and the media. Jackson and Cook agreed that government funding is the root of the problem, and expressed an understanding that the hospital is at times forced to gravitate towards the demands of a budget. In the aforementioned OCHU media statement, vice president Louis Rodrigues said that provincial policies encourage the contracting out of food and dietary programs to factory food operations, when patients would benefit most from nutritious fresh local food, cooked in the hospital kitchen.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - Brian Tardiff is facing the battle of his life, but he’s not alone. Hundreds rallied at the 11th Walk for ALS in Cornwall last Saturday to follow Tardiff on a short march that will go a long way. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a terminal disease that does not discriminate. Even those who are the most physically fit are not immune from the devastating illness. Ninety per cent of ALS patients die within five years of diagnosis and some in less than one. Tardiff, who helped foster girls minor hockey and baseball/softball leagues in the city, was diagnosed with ALS (sometimes called Lou Gherig’s Disease) late last year. “Sports is all about the challenge. ALS will certainly be that and more,” said Tardiff. Before he led hundreds of people from St. Lawrence College along the city’s bike path to the Nav Centre, Tardiff was at a loss for words as he tearfully addressed the crowd. “I could talk about ALS and it doesn’t bother me, but as soon as I talk about the support in the city I’m overwhelmed,” said Tardiff.

The walk raised over $22,000. Melissa Ferguson, Walk For ALS coordinator, lost her brother, Peter, three years ago to ALS, as well as several family members. “This event is important to support because Lou Gherig’s Disease is not wellknown and this year Brian is helping put a face on it,” said Ferguson. Lianne Johnston, ALS Canada’s eastern Ontario regional manager, noted that the most recent death due to the disease locally was two weeks ago. An estimated 3,000 Canadians (11 in the Cornwall area) are living with ALS, yet there are currently no effective treatment options. Johnston said the biggest expense for ALS Canada is the cost of medical equipment, which they give to their clients for free. Over a lifetime, each client needs roughly $145,000 in equipment, not counting any of the health care services they provide. She trumpeted the Tardiff family for showing the community how the disease impacts families. “It’s really, really hard to be the face of ALS and put yourself out there,” said Johnston. “We thank the Tardiffs - it takes a lot of courage.”

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Brian Tardiff, surrounded by family and supporters, cut the ribbon at the 11th Walk For ALS in Cornwall on June 7. Adam Brazeau The local Walk for ALS campaign is striving to raise $35,000 by the end of 2014.

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Over 6,000 rides provided by Cornwall Transit on Clean Air Day CORNWALL, Ontario - Cornwall Transit’s eighth annual Clean Air Day promotion was a huge success, with thousands of residents taking advantage of the day-long offer of free rides on Wednesday, June 4. The City-run transit service recorded 6,472 passenger boardings throughout the day, making it the most successful Clean Air Day event yet. The turnout surpassed the 2012 Clean Air Day record of 6,045 passenger boardings. By comparison, the average daily boarding count is 3,191. “We are thrilled with the response,” said Transit Division Manager Len Tapp. “Passengers have been contacting our office to express their appreciation for the free rides

and great service.” In addition to regular Cornwall Transit users, officials also saw a large number of Kashechewan evacuees (currently staying at the Nav Centre) and new riders on the buses on Wednesday. “The goal of the promotion is to get more people on our buses to experience the benefits of using public transit, and we think we achieved that,” said Tapp. “We hope the high ridership on Clean Air Day will translate into more people using our transit service on a regular basis.” As part of the promotion, a series of ‘mystery riders’ handed out prizes to random riders on the buses throughout the day.

Pictured from left are Transit Manager Len Tapp, transit passenger Andrew Davies, and Mayor Bob Kilger. Davies was one of several riders who received a prize throughout the day from ‘mystery riders’ aboard the buses.

Reconstruction starts on County Road 19 CORNWALL, Ontario - Reconstruction of County Road 19 north of Williamstown has begun and is scheduled to continue until early August, according to the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SDG). The work on County Road 19 involves road widening, curve corrections, grading, drainage, and paving beginning at County Road 17 northerly for 4.9 kilometres. The contract was awarded to Cornwall Gravel back in January. Secondary elements included in the project are cross-culvert and entrance replacements,

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Remembering D-Day, 70 years later Waterfront Retirement Residence on Friday, June 6. Solly joined fellow veterans and current and past SD&G Highlanders at the Cornwall Armoury the next day for the annual Glens’ Association reunion. A memorial service was held at 5 p.m., followed by a reunion dinner, and a sunset flag ceremony.

United Way of SD&G: The ‘charity of charities’ turns 70 CORNWALL, Ontario - It’s been 70 years since the United Way of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry first opened and it’s still going strong. United Way is marking its historic milestone with a traditional family picnic at Lamoureux Park on July 6, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Barbecue fans can rejoice, knowing the Benson Group will be manning the grill. There will also be plenty of games, prizes, freezie treats, and a photo station. The free event is open to the public, but free-will offerings will be most graciously accepted. “The Board of Directors of the United

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CORNWALL, Ontario - If improving the community’s environment was considered a sport, Susan and John Towndrow would be this year’s MVPs. The St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences recently announced the Towndrows as the winners of the 2014 River Award. Established in 2009, the River Award recognizes those who set an outstanding example of environmental awareness, conservation, and respect for the natural world in and around the St. Lawrence River. In his presentation of the award, River Institute Chair Rik Saaltink stated, “This year, the board has chosen to recognize a couple who quietly and purposefully lead and influence environmental change in our community.” Both professional landscape architects, Susan and John Towndrow have enjoyed successful careers in Cornwall, John, as a planner for Parks Canada, and Susan in private practice.

They have used their individual and collective talents along with a shared vision for social justice to serve others through a variety of volunteer activities. More than five years ago, the Towndrows were influential in establishing Cornwall Transition Plus. The group is part of an international network that raises awareness and encourages communities to implement change on issues surrounding climate change. Transition Plus also provides information and coordinates group activities that assist people in making healthier choices for themselves and their families. From community gardens to environmental transportation alternatives, these initiatives make a positive difference in the economic and climate resiliency of our community. Saaltink added, “Susan and John don’t just talk the talk – they live their values, and by doing so, they show us that we can live more sustainably to ensure that the future is enjoyable and satisfying.”

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Rachel’s Kids Celebrate 10th Anniversary Children’s Treatment Center as well as many others. Rachel’s Kids is midway through its complete renovation of the Cornwall Community Hospital Pediatric Ward. This multi-phase project is being funded and managed by the Rachel’s Kids Board directly, ensuring all monies are used for the renovation not administrative and overhead costs. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2014, Rachel’s Kids is proud to operate with an all volunteer board of directors and raises its funds through the local community of Cornwall, SD&G and Akwesasne as well as Ottawa.

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Rachel’s Kids is a charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in need. The founder of Rachel’s Kids is Dr. Rachel Navaneelan, a local dentist in Cornwall. In addition to founding Rachel’s Kids, Dr. Navaneelan is well known within the community for her support of many local programs and sports’ sponsorships through her dental practice. Dr. Navaneelan was the recipient of the Dr. Garth Taylor Humanitarian Award in 2010 for her far-reaching work with children in need. In addition to its own programs, Rachel’s Kids partners with local organizations including the United Way of SD&G, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, The Boys and Girls Clubs, the

Rachel’s Kids is a registered charitable foundation that is supported through community, individual and corporate donations as well as the time of volunteers, which seeks to aid any child in need – whether it is poverty, neglect, abuse or illness. Rachel’s Kids also works with other aid organizations in order to improve the lives of children in need.

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2014 marks our tenth year and will mark a year of changes designed to make us bigger and stronger and able to help more children. Kim Lauzon joined us on April 7th in the newly created position of Executive Director. Kim brings a wealth of experience in fund raising and community organizations to us and will also manage the day to day activities of the foundation. She can be reached at kim@rachelskids. com or at the office 613-933-3946 At Rachel’s Kids we have always been proud that 95% of the funds raised go to our causes and this hasn’t changed. The associated costs with this full time position are being covered privately and will not impact the monies raised by the foundation.

• An organization can be registered as charitable if only 15% of the proceeds go to its cause. At Rachel’s Kids 95% of every dollar goes to our programs. The remaining 5% covers bank and financial fees. • The Rachel’s Kids Board of Directors is entirely made up of volunteers. • Donors can choose which Rachel’s Kids program that they want their dollars to support. C h o i c e s include the CCH Pediatric W a r d renovation, Grass Roots Initiatives Programs, Small Moments of Joy and others. • State of the art infection control basins are being installed in the patient rooms at CCH Pediatric Ward in the on-going renovation of the floor, funded by Rachel’s Kids. This ward will be the first in the hospital using these advanced design sinks- safe guarding patients.

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Rachel’s Kids is providing little Joel Fast with a pool through its Small Moments of Joy program. Joel is surrounded by, from left, Dr. Rachel Navaneelan, his father David, Gillian Oxley-Harper, his mother Cheryl, Nicole Landriault, Jody Hum and Kim Lauzon.

Small Moments of Joy 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of Rachel’s Kids and it continues to evolve with the ever-changing landscape of philanthropy by writing a new chapter into its foundation via ‘Small Moments of Joy’ – a new initiative created in its anniversary year. Small Moments of Joy is a program focused on local children battling life threatening or chronic illness. The program will grant wishes for these children - with the goal of allowing them to forget their illness or upcoming / ongoing treatments or surgeries and for a moment or two and focus on a moment of joy. Our goal is to aid in the recovery process by providing a positive and happy experience for the child and his or her family, but with a focus on the young person. Harboured in this program is the belief that positivity aids in the recovery and healing process. Rachel’s Kids first small moment was the

purchase of a pool for a local boy, Joel fast, who is living with developmental delays, as a result as a result of cancer treatments. He has difficulty articulating speech, his gait is not as strong as it should be and much of his development seems to be moving in slow motion. As a result, when he plays or interacts with other children, he can quickly fall behind. Much of that will change this summer, through small moments of joy and the purchase of the pool. Why a pool? Joel’s mother Cheryl calls it the great equalizer. When Joel and his brothers and sisters or friends are in the pool, nearly everyone moves at the same speed. Joel can keep up with almost everyone and looks like the happy eight year old he should be. In addition to the pool itself, Rachel’s Kids is looking after permits, decking, electrical as well as the chemicals and of course some awesome pool toys!

In 2011, members of the Rachel’s Kids Board visited the pediatric ward of the Cornwall Community Hospital. No capital funding or provincial monies were ever allocated for the ward. The ward had not been updated or renovated for decades and was in no way child friendly or welcoming. Rachel’s has allocated tens of thousands of dollars to the complete refurbishment of the floor. The board decided virtually on the spot to assume financial and project management responsibility for the undertaking. Phase 1 included new ceiling tiles, lighting, paint, flooring and artwork was completed in 2012. During Phase 2 each patient room will be redone– starting with new infection control sinks, back splash and updated plumbing. The pediatric day surgery waiting room has also been refurnished and renovated. During the final phase, each room will be painted and redecorated and child friendly and hospital approved furnishings will also be supplied. This is a long term commitment and the work is expected to last through 2016. Every dollar allocated for this project goes to the project. The Rachel’s Kids board has undertaken the management

role of this project ensuring that no funds are used for overheads or administrative costs. Rachel’s Kids also created the TED – Feel Better Bear Program – purchasing and donating hundreds of cuddly bears so that every child admitted to the hospital receives a comforting friend during their hospital but also accompanying them home.

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Comprised of local community members, the Rachel’s Kids Board of Directors is an all volunteer board: Front row (l to r) Treasurer - Jody Hum, Vice Chair – Gillian OxleyHarper, Founder & Chair - Dr. Rachel Navaneelan, Recording Secretary - Denise Labelle-Gelinas, Fundraising Co-ordinator - Nicole Landriault, Director Foster Programs - Michelle Contant. Back row (l to r) Project Coordinator - Mike Fontaine, Volunteer Co-ordinator - Helen Dawkes-Brown, Fundraising Co-ordinator - David Murphy, Fundraising Coordinator - Dr. Michael Turcotte.

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It has been a difficult few weeks in the Racine household, with the passing of my father-in-law, Art Torrie, on May 26. Getting adjusted to life, not having a man around that I have known for 38 years, creates quite a void. Thanks to everyone who said prayers and sent messages, it is truly wonderful to know just how many people care in times of need. I can’t say that Art loved sports, but he knew enough about the games to carry a conversation and Sunday afternoons were often reserved for his beloved Buffalo Bills. When it came to hockey, Art watched the games and always asked what I thought of this game or that. He was tired near the end, but when I left his hospital room in Ottawa the day before he died, I held his hand long enough for him to whisper “Kings Thom, they are very good.” Perhaps, by the end of this week, Art will have made good on his prediction and I can live with the memory that it was important to Art, that he found a few seconds to remind

me, that he knew what was important in my life, even as his was fading away. A few years ago, I wrote a hockey related short about the death of hockey player Owen McCourt. Art loved the story and loved the research involved, so in memory of Laverne Arthur Torrie 1930 - 2014, here is that short story from a tragic day in Cornwall Sports history.

Owen McCourt - a dreadful night

During the 1906-07 season, the Cornwall team played in the Federal Amateur Hockey League - FAHL. Players of that era often found themselves playing on different teams in different leagues, during the same year. One such player was a 22 year old Cornwall bricklayer, named Owen “Bud” McCourt. McCourt was goal scorer, who could also bring a nasty side to his game. A few months earlier, Owen’s father Patrick, had suddenly died, Owen became the head of the family. As he skated onto the ice at the Victoria Arena on March 7 1907 against the Ottawas, Owen McCourt would score the first of Cornwall’s 11 goals, be involved in a fight and then, be clubbed across the head by the Ottawas Charlie Masson. McCourt was carried off the

ice. Although he would return to the game, Owen “Bud” McCourt would be dead by eight o’clock the following morning from a brain haemorrhage. Masson was charged, but eventually acquitted. The entire story is quite a tale, but what drew me to it, was the evidence given by teammate Reddy MacMillan at trial. Times were different back then, his professional status well known, Reddy MacMillan would be called as an expert witness. It would not be the first trial of its kind, as Cornwall’s courthouse was the scene of a hockey related murder trial two years earlier, when Allan Loney was acquitted in the on ice death, in Maxville, of Alcide Lauren. MacMillan’s testimony on how players could “do up an opponent, if required” could have been the first time a player was called as an expert witness. MacMillan explained to the court, that stick swingings happened in some games and he went on to say, that he had received stick blows to the head, twice during the current season alone. Aeneas also included that the McCourt/Masson incident had unified the Ottawa and Cornwall players, some of whom were rallying around the accused Masson as they realized, it could easily have been one

of them. Finding Aeneas MacMillan’s testimony was pretty neat, but as most of you know, I love to search out more than I need for these stories, so in an attempt to give it closure, I located Owen McCourt’s grave and when I did, I was astounded to find it right beside the grave of another historical figure, one who had recently been quite close to me. You see, Owen “Bud” McCourt is buried with his father Patrick at St. Columban cemetery beside Constable John Robert Davey, who I had just written about. Of course, I smiled at the improbability of that, but really, Cornwall was a small town in 1907. As I stood over the century old hockey players grave, it struck me. While researching for the Davey story, I remembered a brief note in a letter sent from Texas in 1890 from Davey’s brother Pat, who had left Cornwall and was then a rancher near Fort Davis, Texas. In the note, Pat Davey asks about his old friends, one of which was Patrick McCourt, Owen’s father. Both Pat’s were born in 1850, likely knew each other well and played sports together on those Sunday afternoon outings to Stanley Island. Small world, yes it is. Rest in peace papa...

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GOLDEN MOMENT: Boxing championships returning to Cornwall CORNWALL, Ontario - Following the success of last year’s inaugural competition, Boxing Canada will be bringing back the Canadian Golden Gloves Championship to Cornwall. The championship will be held July 8 through 13 at the NAV CENTRE. Amateur boxers from across the continent will vie for the prestigious championship titles in a variety of weight and skill (open and novice) categories, from junior, youth to experienced adults. Both male and female boxers winning their categories will earn the title of Canadian Golden Gloves Champion. Robert Crête, the executive director of Boxing Canada, estimates more than 300 boxers trainers, coaches and officials, will be in attendance. “Boxing Canada is pleased to once again be hosting this prestigious event at the NAV CENTRE in Cornwall,” said Crête. “The venue, facilities, area and amenities are ideal

for an occasion of this magnitude.” Boxers will be divided into groups according to age, weight and numbers of bouts, ensuring that each competitor will meet equally skilled opponents. The tournament is held according to the rules of the Canadian Amateur Boxing Association. Competition form is as follows: Juniors ‘A’ /Boys/Girls : 3x1 minuteJuniors ‘B’ /Boys/Girls : 3x1 ½ minutesJuniors ‘C’ /Boys/ Girls : 3x2 minutesYouth women/Elite (senior) women : 4x2 minutesElite (senior) men : 3x3 minutes Clubs and individual participants are urged to reserve early, to ensure premium accommodations. Registration packages are available on Boxing Canada’s website. - choosecornwall.ca

Erik Bazinyan (18), a boxer in the 81 kilo senior division - out of Montreal, won both of his bouts at the inaugral Canadian Golden Gloves hosted in Cornwall last year.

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Gold for Golden Raiders The Cornwall Collegiate Golden Raiders collected gold medals in softball tournament action in Russell. The Golden Raiders girls team, a collection of players from Grades 9 to 12, went undefeated in four games at the tournament to win the 3-pitch event. The girls displayed clutch hitting, smooth defense and smart baserunning throughout the day. Kharlene Garrow homered and Kylee Lazore tripled for CCVS at the tournament, and Golden Raiders defensive leaders were Brittany Boucher, Erika Coir, Danielle Poirier-Froats and Courtney Seguin.

From left unveiling the second place banner are Sophie Gosse (team representative), Cooper Campbell, Mackenzie and Casey Quesnel, Mayor Bob Kilger and Ron MacDonald.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - Have you ever just started something and found yourself immediately world-class? Probably not - but then again, your name isn’t Mackenzie Quesnel. The smiling Grade 9 student at Ecole secondaire La Citadelle took up the sport of underwater hockey just eight months ago. She has parlayed her love of the sport into a spot on the women’s national junior team that will head to Spain next summer to play for the world underwater hockey title. And she’s not alone when it comes to local swimmers hitting the big time.

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She’s been joined by Cooper Campbell and her brother Casey to play on the mixed Ontario provincial team that will take part in the Canadian national competition. “I feel like I just started and I’m competing at a global level,” she said at a media event Monday to officially unveil the second-place banner she and her teammates won at the recently completed U19 championship in Guelph. Quesnel will head to Ottawa this summer to train under coach Pierre Larose along with other national team members for 10 days. “I can play all positions,” she said. “Defence, forward, centre.” Underwater hockey is much like you would expect - hockey played in a pool. Players and referees wear a mask, snorkel and fins and carry a small curved hockey stick to push a weighted puck toward a metal net. Players wear matching team trunks. a black or white cap and stick is used to distinguish between home and visiting teams. Players also wear a glove on whatever hand holds their stick, to protect their knuckles. Underwater hockey in Cornwall has been a thriving, if not marginal sport, since a team was founded in 1969 by Ron MacDonald, who today owns Ron’s Scuba Shop. Four members of the Cornwall team have played for Canada in the Elite Adult Division. The Quesnel siblings and Campbell are all students at La Citadelle. The Quesnels are Cornwall Sea Lions alumni while Campbell learned to swim via his father.

Gold medal winners The district 8 Ontario 55+ summer game for darts was held at the Cornwall Legion. Sixteen players competed and the gold medal winners were Daniel Thauvette and Robert Ladouceur, Dawn Lalonde and Myrna Murray as well as Jeanette Pyke and John Lafave.

Always active The Cornwall Senior Pioneer Bowling League has 48 players from Bell Canada Pioneer’s, spouses and friends and a year-end donation was made to the United Way. From left are John Fontaine, Elsie Fontaine, Jeannine Lortie, Betty DeHaan, Colin Marshall, Ray Osmond. The Cornwall group bowls on Tuesday afternoons in the wintertime and play golf on Tuesday mornings in the summer time. If you are interested in finding out more you can call Dan at 613 9381930 or e-mail

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On Saturday June 7th, the Rotary Club of Cornwall Sunrise inaugurated its new fundraiser, The Amazing Rotary Rally. Teams for four competed for bragging rights by hitting the streets of Cornwall in search of landmarks, answers to local history questions and challenges recorded in photos. The winning team, from left, are Justin Wheeler, Melanie Paquette, Russel Racine and Nancy Paquette.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - Out of the ashes of a long struggle with mental illness, local singer/songwriter, Mandee Woods, has finally found her way, through her music. “A lot of my journey was a struggle,” said Woods, 27, who readily admits to suffering with depression for many years. It was, she says, what held her back from pursuing her passion with any commitment, for the longest time. Growing up in Ottawa, with both parents in the business, music was certainly in her, from a very early age. “We grew up in church; we were always involved in music,” said Woods who began songwriting at the tender age of 13. Although it was in her, she says she just couldn’t get it out because of the “baggage,”

but things changed when she eventually started writing about her battles. “It’s usually a personal experience,” says Woods about her songs which she categorizes as contemporary. “I write about life.” In a better place than she has been for years, and with the launch of her first EP on the horizon, she says that she still suffers from a lack of self-confidence. I think you are your own worst critic.” No release date set, as of yet, Woods has been working with, local producer, Roy Nichols, aka, drummer extraordinaire for April Wine, on the five-song collection. “Roy has really taken me under his wing. (There were) a lot of set-backs; people trying to push me in a direction I didn’t want to go; (I) had to put my foot down.” “The EP is going to be pretty main stream; a lot of it could be played on the radio,” she says. Once released, she plans to “shop it

around” in the hopes of being signed. Details of the release will be announced as soon as they are available. In the meantime, the public will have the opportunity to preview those songs and more when Woods performs at Lift-Off on Saturday, July 12, opening line-up, at 4:30. She will be joined on stage by Nichols, on drums, as well as Peter Nichols, on guitar, Mike Tessier, on bass and Julie Fortier, on piano. Woods hopes to be an inspiration to others who suffer with mental illness. “Whatever place someone is, in their life, they want somebody to look up to, and say, ‘ok, I’m going through that too;’ just to have something that they can relate to, ‘oh look, she gets it.’” With her future looking brighter, an upcoming EP, a performance on Cornwall’s biggest stage and some talk about touring in Europe, it would seem that we’ve not heard the last of Mandee Woods.

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Laugh riot erupts at Playhouse opener CORNWALL, Ontario - In its usual sidesplitting style, Upper Canada Playhouse kicked off its 2014 summer season, over the weekend, with the hilarious comedy, A Bedfull of Foreigners, by Dave Freeman. It really is no wonder why the Morrisburg theatre is famous for keeping over 43,000 people filling its seats all year long. Set in a hotel on the French/German border during a popular village festival weekend, this seasonopener follows the misadventures of married couple, Stanley and Brenda, as they take the last room available in a run-down hotel, while on vacation, only to find out that they’ve been double-booked, and must share their accommodations with total strangers. What ensues can only be described as chaotic, as adultery, frilly lingerie, bed

hopping, cover-ups, compromising positions and a temperamental radiator (don’t ask) drive the plot. “This will be like old home week for this cast since they’ve worked together off and on for years,” said Donnie Bowes, director. “I’ll have my work cut out for me. They’ll be a handful for sure. Audiences had better buckle their seat belts!” The performers are a who’s who of some of the most talented to ever grace the Playhouse stage. Jamie Williams, (Bedtime Stories, Run For Your Wife, A Nice Family Gathering, A Christmas Carol), plays in-the-wrong-placeat-the-wrong-time Stanley, who is literally left running about in circles dealing with a series of uncanny events and bizarre characters; Alison Lawrence (Wife Begins at Forty, SelfHelp and On Golden Pond) is Brenda, his not-so-innocent-after-all wife, who finds her

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third and final in a series of profiles on candidates leading up to the June 12 election. We continue with NDP candidate Elaine MacDonald. Libertarian candidate Shawn MacRae has not responded to a request seeking a written submission concerning his election platform. We also made a decision to exclude Green Party candidate Sharron Norman from our coverage, as she has yet to even visit the riding, to our knowledge. CORNWALL, Ontario – Elaine MacDonald is no stranger to the labour landscape in Cornwall and the surrounding area. So to hear the local NDP candidate talk in the days counting down to Thursday’s election that raising the minimum wage for what she considers the most vulnerable in the labour pool should be music to the ears of those looking to scratch out more of a living. “ When the price of bread goes up, wages have to too,” she said in an interview. “Minimum wage workers are the most vulnerable in the labour force because they can’t put a little away every paycheck for hard times. A wage hike is only fair. And it should be indexed to inflation.” Critics, though, have suggested businesses can’t afford to shell out more for their employees, and an increase in the minimum wage will do more harm than good. Not so, according to MacDonald. “(Provincial NDP leader) Andrea Horwath will raise the minimum wage to $12 over two years and will ensure small businesses won’t be hurt by the hike,” she said. “She will lower

the small business tax rate from 4.5 to three per cent gradually over two years. As the wage goes up, the tax burden will come down.” While provincial polling data suggests the Ontario Liberals and ProgressiveConservatives appear to be tied headed into the final days of the election, with the NDP a distant third, MacDonald said the message she’s hearing from local voters suggests it’s the NDP and Tories who are neck-and neck. “People are discouraged by the Liberal scandals, the sheer waste of money that didn’t bring any benefit and beside that, we have the Conservatives who have been sitting on the sidelines, waiting for the government to fall,” she said. “Everywhere I go, people say we need change. People who say they’ve never voted NDP say they are going to this time. The government has let them down, time and time again and Hudak’s extremism is scaring them.” MacDonald has been able to gain steam locally, especially during public events where she is challenged by voters and her opponents. “People have seen my performance at allcandidates’ meetings and tell me they want me pushing their issues in Queens park,” she said. “And I will. I will bring a formidable set of communications skills to Queens Park.” But it won’t be easy. Incumbent Progressive-Conservative Jim McDonell has been strong at debates as well, and his team has created media events around issues like job creation and the Drive Clean program in an effort to draw awareness and potentially votes to the Tory cause. MacDonald counters that she is offering something her opponents cannot. “Competence and stability,” she said. “We’re going to make life more affordable and ensure the services people need are there for them: day care, child care, home care, and

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D’un casino à un autre à vélo Le départ du 4e Défi Gatineau-Tremblant a eu lieu samedi matin dans le stationnement du Casino du Lac-Leamy. Plus de 115 personnes roulent présentement en direction du Casino du Mont-Tremblant. Répartis dans différentes catégories de vitesse, les cyclistes ont enfourché leur vélo, prêts à pédaler pendant 160 km avant de profiter d’une soirée de pause. Cette année, les participants au Défi ont fait un détour à Thurso. Une occasion pour voir la beauté du paysage de la région, affirme le comité organisateur.

c’est un dernier entraînement. Ce week-end, on va rouler deux fois 160 km. Ça va nous aider à être prêts.» Le 4e Défi Gatineau-Tremblant ne cesse de grandir depuis sa création en 2011 accueillant même des participants de l’autre côté de la rive, mais Mme Schellenberg affirme qu’elle souhaite que l’événement annuel demeure intime. «On ne veut pas grossir trop vite.» Les premiers devraient arriver peu avant 14h. Le départ pour le chemin du retour se fera dimanche matin.

Pierre Allard: une décision déplorable selon la FPJQ-Outaouais G E S C A . La Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec (FPJQ), trouve déplorable la manière dont s’est terminée l’association entre l’ex-éditorialiste Pierre Allard et le journal Le Droit, la

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semaine dernière. Rappelons qu’après avoir rédigé un texte d’opinion publié sur son blogue à la suite de la sortie des frères Desmarais, coprésident et co-chef de la direction de Power Corporation, sur la disparition des journaux papiers de l’empire médiatique Gesca, Pierre Allard s’est fait montrer la porte. «C’est une situation regrettable», admet Mylène Crête, présidente de la FPJQ-Outaouais. La FPJQ estime que les artisans de l’information ont le droit de se prononcer sur l’avenir du média pour lequel ils travaillent. «Le texte de Pierre Allard était en quelque sorte Directeur général : Agent du crédit :

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L’initiative, qui a démarré par l’équipe Les Rouleurs des casinos, a pour but de financer le groupe de cinq cyclistes qui prendront part aux 1000 km du Grand Défi Pierre-Lavoie, qui débutera dans moins d’une dizaine de jours. «Enfin, il fait beau», a souligné Catherine Schellenberg des Rouleurs des casinos. Les dernières années ont été marquées par Dame Nature qui n’avait pas gâté les participants avec des vents froids, de la pluie et de l’humidité. «Pour nous, ça nous permet de financer notre participation au Grand Défi, mais aussi,

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Ottawa – À l’occasion de la Célébration du 15e anniversaire du Réseau des services de santé en français de l’Est de l’Ontario et de son assemblée générale annuelle du 30 mai 2014, plus de 100 personnes ont pris part aux événements et ont salué le travail accompli par les membres et partenaires du Réseau. Le Réseau a souligné l’apport exceptionnel au développement des services de santé en français de six personnes, qui ont étés nommés membres honoraires : Dans la catégorie communauté : Lucien Bradet d’Ottawa, Rolande Faucher d’Ottawa et Nicole LafrenièreDavis de l’Orignal; Dans la catégorie décideur politique : Madeleine Meilleur de Vanier; Dans la catégorie milieu de la santé (gestionnaires et professionnels) : Marc Bisson de Cornwall; Dans la catégorie formation en santé : Dre Jeanne Drouin de Plantagenet; Le titre de membre honoraire est décerné à des personnes qui ont fait preuve de leadership en matière de développement des services de santé en français dans la région de l’Est de l’Ontario, qui ont démontré un dévouement inlassable à l’endroit du Réseau, ou qui ont apporté un appui ou une contribution remarquable au Réseau et au mouvement de la santé en français. « Le Réseau ne s’est pas bâti en quelques jours, beaucoup de personnes y ont contribué au cours des quinze dernières années. Le conseil d’administration est fier de reconnaitre ses artisans, actuels et futurs : 15 années de contribution à l’amélioration des services de santé en français de qualité. Notre reconnaissance spéciale va aux six nouveaux membres honoraires pour leur implication! », a commenté la viceprésidente du Réseau, Line Chenard. Le Réseau est un organisme francophone qui engage le milieu de la santé et la communauté francophone dans toute sa diversité afin d’améliorer l’offre et la qualité des services de santé en français dans l’Est et le Sud-Est de l’Ontario. Il compte plus de 400 membres individuels et 67 membres corporatifs.


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Une Soirée Disco pour célébrer les sports C’est une année remplie d’exploits au niveau des sports à l’École secondaire catholique La Citadelle . L’association athlétique a tenu le vendredi 30 mai son gala sportif annuel. Cette année, sous le thème d’une soirée Disco, les athlètes et les entraîneurs avaient plusieurs exploits à célébrer, dont plus d’une dizaine de championnats SDG, un championnat EOSSAA, deux médailles d’or aux tournois Franco et trois athlètes représentant notre forteresse au championnat OFSAA de course de fond, de golf et de badminton. Environ une centaine de Patriotes étaient présents pour le gala sportif 2014. Pendant la soirée, plusieurs médailles et trophées ont été décernés aux athlètes de l’école. Les trophées d’athlètes de l’année furent remis à Adriana Conti, athlète junior féminine, Devin Radley, athlète junior masculin, Myriam Fontaine, athlète sénior féminine et Samuel Tremblay, athlète sénior masculin. Le trophée du meilleur esprit sportif était attribué à Reeve Nicholson, Caleb Fontaine et Adriana Conti. Dans les disciplines sportives, sept autres médailles furent accordées à des élèves démontrant un leadership et un esprit sportif au delà des autres. Les récipiendaires du trophée Louise Charron étaient Mélanie Carrière et Derek Lister. Les athlètes ayant gagné le trophée Paul Charron étaient Samantha Bourdeau, Danica DeRepentigny et Mathieu Leroux. Le trophée Claude Séguin fut attribué à Myriam Fontaine et Christivie Antonio. Les autres médailles étaient reliées aux habiletés, à l’effort, à l’amélioration, à l’excellence et au dévouement dans les disciplines sportives. Félicitations à tous nos athlètes et merci pour une excellente saison sportive 2013-2014!

Éco-École L’Héritage est fière d’annoncer que nous avons reçu la certification «argent» dans le cadre du programme Éco-Écoles. Merci à Mme Proulx et l’équipe de Dragons qui l’appuie! L’Héritage offre un programme d’éducation environnementale, Le Programme Éco-Responsable, dont l’une des composantes est le programme international d’éducation environnementale « ISO 14000 pour les élèves » directement intégré au programme scolaire de tous les niveaux d’études de l’élémentaire et du secondaire. De la gauche: Éric Génier (directeur adjoint), Melany Laurin, Rachel Viau, Mme Céline Proulx, Tommy St-Arnaud, Randy Smith, M. Hugo Castonguay, M. Carl Dussault (directeur).

Sur les traces de sa mère Troisième d’une famille de quatre enfants, Maya a été poussée par sa mère pour pratiquer plusieurs sports. C’est au volleyball qu’elle a accroché avant d’ajouter le soccer, puis le basketball à sa liste. «Je n’en fais pas juste pour être athlétique. J’aime l’ambiance qu’il y a dans une équipe. C’est un peu comme une seconde famille.» Sans oublier que l’adolescente participe également au conseil étudiant du Collège Saint-Joseph depuis septembre. «Je suis présidente de ma classe depuis le secondaire 2, mais je ne voulais pas être au conseil, car j’étais timide et mon français était mauvais.» Conseil étudiant, trois différentes équipes, en plus d’en entraîner une. Le tout avec les devoirs et leçons. L’horaire de l’élève est rempli. «J’ai réussi à trouver le juste équilibre entre les pratiques, les études et les compétitions. Mes notes n’ont pas vraiment été atteintes.»

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Conformément au paragraphe 4 (4) de la Loi, le directeur général des élections a examiné les déclarations et a déterminé qu’elles sont conformes aux paragraphes 4 (2) et 4 (3) de la Loi. L’avis du directeur général des élections peut être consulté à l’adresse suivante : www.elections.on.ca ou en se rendant au bureau d’Élections Ontario au 51 Rolark Drive, à Toronto, en Ontario.

le jeudi 19 juin 2014, 19 h Centre Nav, Amphithéâtre 1950, chemin Montréal, Cornwall L’ordre du jour comprendra les rapports du président du Conseil et de la directrice générale, du médecin-chef, et des vérificateurs, de même que l’élection des membres du conseil administration, la nomination des vérificateurs et la modification des règlements.

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La fin de semaine de leadership l’a seulement motivée à en faire encore plus. «C’était impressionnant, avoue-t-elle. J’ai vu des gens comme moi qui aiment s’impliquer et qui voient l’avenir de leur école. Si personne ne s’impliquait, la vie scolaire serait plate.»

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Élève de secondaire 4 au Collège SaintJoseph, Maya Agyekum est pour le moins engagée. Son implication au sein du milieu scolaire a d’ailleurs été reconnue lorsqu’elle a reçu le Prix mérite de l’engagement dans les activités parascolaires. Remise par la Fédération des établissements d’enseignement privés, cette récompense survient à la suite d’une fin de semaine de formation au leadership passée aux côtés d’autres jeunes aussi impliqués qu’elle dans leur école secondaire. «J’ai reçu ce prix en faisant ce que j’aime le plus», raconte simplement la lauréate 2014. Faire du sport et s’occuper des activités à l’école sont des éléments qui font partie du quotidien de la jeune fille. Elle évolue au sein de l’équipe de volleyball de son école, tout en entraînant celle des filles de secondaire 3. Cette année, elle a même ajouté le basketball à son horaire déjà chargé. «Et je joue aussi avec les Griffons en volleyball au niveau civil. Avec tout ça, j’ai environ entre trois à six heures d’activités parascolaires par jour», ajoute-t-elle. Où va-t-elle chercher toute cette motivation? De sa mère, affirme Maya. «Elle venait ici (au Collège) et était encore plus impliquée que moi à l’école. Elle a aussi fait un camp de leadership et était dans l’équipe d’athlétisme. Elle aurait pu en faire plus, je crois, mais il n’y avait pas d’autres disciplines. J’ai suivi ses pas.»

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Les Olympiques prêts à être partenaires avec Gatineau Les propriétaires des Olympiques de Gatineau sont prêts à collaborer avec la Ville pour le projet du centre multifonctionnel. Le président des Olympiques, Alain Sear, a ouvert la porte à un partenariat public-privé. Un PPP qui serait fait dans les règles de l’art et en suivant la loi à la lettre, a-t-il ajouté. En 2009, la Ville de Gatineau avait signé une entente avec les Olympiques pour un projet en partenariat public-privé d’un montant de 28 M$ qui aurait permis la rénovation et l’ajout de sièges au centre Robert-Guertin. Ce PPP avait toutefois été refusé par le gouvernement. Alain Sear croit qu’un partenariat est toujours possible avec la Ville qui resterait le maître d’œuvre du projet. C’est pourquoi il ne veut pas s’avancer sur le style de projet que les Olympiques pourraient vouloir.

Le copropriétaire des Olympiques estime toutefois que l’option de la rénovation est encore valable et que plusieurs villes hébergeant une équipe de la LHJMQ ont opté pour cette avenue. C’est à Gatineau de décider du projet et les Olympiques, s’ils sont partenaires, suivront, a mentionné Alain Sear à plusieurs reprises. «Il y a énormément d’exemples de succès d’un partenariat public-privé. Branchaud-Brière en est un. À Victoriaville aussi l’équipe a investi dans la rénovation de l’aréna.» Même s’il reconnaît qu’un partenariat obligerait de nouvelles négociations pour la location des heures de glace, Alain Sear ne croit pas que ce projet pourrait retarder énormément le dossier. Le protocole s’est négocié rapidement la dernière fois et pourrait encore se faire vite, selon lui.

Le soccer étouffe, affirme Richard Gravel La popularité du soccer augmente, mais le nombre de terrains demeure le même. Une situation difficile, confie le directeur général à Soccer Outaouais. Richard Gravel Richard Gravel affirme que le soccer étouffe présentement. «Ç’a évolué depuis les dernières années. On a plus de 12 000 joueurs et de plus en plus d’équipes AA et AAA. Ça met de la pression sur les terrains. On en a besoin de plus.» Actuellement sur le territoire de l’Outaouais, on dénombre plus de 170 terrains, mais seulement deux à surfaces synthétiques pouvant

accueillir du jeu 11 contre 11 en sol gatinois (Mont-Bleu et UQO). Selon M. Gravel, il faudrait en ajouter trois autres. «On est en retard. Ça fait des années qu’on parle du terrain à la polyvalente Le Carrefour et même chose à l’école secondaire HormisdasGamelin. Ils ont besoin d’une surface synthétique. Même chose pour le secteur d’Aylmer où on travaille à ce qu’il y ait un centre multisport.» Par les années passées, l’organisation sportive réussissait «par différents moyens» de placer les équipes sur les terrains pour les entraînements et les matchs. Aujourd’hui, c’est plus compliqué. «L’an dernier, trois équipes pratiquaient en même temps sur le même terrain. Ça commence à être serré.» «Le mot étouffe est faible. La situation est critique. Au soccer, on a des valeurs comme

l’inclusion, le respect et l’accessibilité. Si ça continue, il faudra imposer un quota sur les inscriptions.» Le portrait a changé, ajoute M. Gravel. La clientèle senior prend de plus en plus de place. Auparavant, elle ne comptait que pour 3% des joueurs de soccer. Aujourd’hui, elle représente 15%. «La demande est plus forte. Plus de gens pratiquent le soccer. Ça fait des années qu’on est en arrière, et là ça devient compliqué d’éviter le problème.» Lancement de la saison estivale Malgré le manque de terrains, cette problématique n’empêchera pas Soccer Outaouais d’organiser des événements cet été. La Coupe Soccer Outaouais en sera à sa 15e année du 8 au 10 août. En raison des Jeux de la francophonie

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WESTLEY, John Thornton At the Cornwall Community Hospital on Monday, June 2, 2014. Thornton Westley, formerly of Westley’s Point; at the age of 83. Dearest husband of the late Norma Hutt. Cherished father of Heather MacMillan (Murray), Mary MacDonald and Greg Westley (Anne). Loving grandfather to Rebecca and Brady. Dear companion of Annette Peterson. Predeceased by his parents Alex Westley and Mary Margaret Lalonde, his brothers Ross and Ralph and his sister Hazel Hewitt. He will be fondly remembered by his sisters and brothersin-law, nieces and nephews. The family were in attendance at Lahaie & Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, West Branch, on Sunday. A Memorial Service was held on Monday, June 9, 2014 in St. Andrew’s United Church in Bainsville. Burial St. Andrew’s United Church Cemetery. SMITH, Cecile (née Sauve) Mrs. Cecile Smith at the Winchester District Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at the age of 73 years. Loved wife of Dennis Smith. Dear mother of Normand Boisclair (Terri), Yvon Boisclair (Alba Edyth), Chantale Coutlee (Gerald), Stephane Boisclair (Stacy) and Ashley Smith. Sadly missed by her grandchildren Michael, Matthew, Alexander, Naomie, Alexandria, Kayla and Clayton. Daughter of the late Adrien and Kathleen (Bouchard) Sauve. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of her life was held in the Chapel of the Wilson Funeral Home, Cornwall on Tuesday, June 10, 2014. COLEMAN, Patricia Passed away at the Ottawa General Hospital on Sunday, June 1, 2014. Patricia (O’Connell) Coleman originally from Mille Roches, Ontario; age 72 years. Loving mother of Myles Coleman (Margaret Bowman), Shawn Coleman, Susan Lavictoire (Michel) and Sandra Poirier (Leonard). Loving Nan of

of trust in God as the ultimate faithful One. I don’t see faith as an irrational jump into mid air but as a rational step of trust in God who is totally dependable. I don’t see faith as a silly jump into mid air but as a wise step of trust in God, the source of all wisdom. So how do you personally perceive faith? Give this matter some thought. I hope that your faith will be strong and worthy of the Lord for all that He has revealed of Himself in the Holy Scriptures.

Kimberley Lavictoire, Corey Poirier and Isaac Poirier. Cherished sister of Elaine O’Connell, dearest friend of Betty Brown. Predeceased by her parents Miles O’Connell and Edith Denny. Rested at the Lahaie and Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, West Branch. Funeral took place on Friday, June 6, 2014 for Service in the Memorial Chapel of the Funeral Home followed by Interment at St. Lawrence Valley Union Cemetery.

Complex. Rested at Boulerice Funeral Home Ltd., Cornwall. Funeral Services were held on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 for Mass of Christian Burial in Nativity co-cathedral. Interment in Notre-Dame Cemetery.

MURRAY, Dorothy Hazel (MacInnes) Passed away at Woodland Villa on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, age 87 years. Dear mother of Wesley, Heather and the late Kevin Murray. Sadly missed by eight grandchildren. Predeceased by her parents, Archie D. and Hazel (Gray) MacInnes, two sisters, Loah Howe Beryl Wheeler and her former husband Johnson (Jack) Murray. In keeping with Dorothy’s wishes, there was no visitation or Funeral. Cremation Services entrusted to the care and direction of the M. John Sullivan Funeral Home, Cornwall. BOYER, Rejean “Reg” Rejean “Reg” Ernest Boyer passed away at Hospice Cornwall on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, at the age of 56 years. Loving and devoted husband of Diane (Lalonde) Boyer. Dear father of Gilles (Melanie), Lisa (Jason), Denis (Erika), Daniel, Lianne (Chris) and Joël all of Cornwall. Dear brother of Roger Boyer (Edna), Simone Dumond (late George), Maurice Boyer (Nicole), Lucien Boyer and Lucille Major (Howard) all of Cornwall. Also survived by one grandson: Austin and two step-grandchildren: Deven and Denis. He will also be missed by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents: Alice (Poirier) Boyer and Wallace Boyer and one brother: Richard Boyer. Mr. Boyer was a well-known musician. He was a member of the Country singing band “The Original’s” and he was inducted on the Hall of Fame wall at the Cornwall Civic

CAMERON, Irma Ms. Irma Cameron passed away at the Cornwall Community Hospital – McConnell Site on Thursday, April 24, 2014, age 93 years. Beloved daughter of the late Donald (Dan) and Eva (née Haines) Cameron. Dear sister of Ola Tyo (late Cecil), Cornwall; Donalda Francia (Frank), Massena, NY and Malcolm (late Yvonne) Cameron of Vancouver, BC. Predeceased by her brothers Robert, George, Duncan, Neil and Hugh Cameron and by her sisters Rowena Cameron and Jean Rawlinson. Cremation has taken place. A Graveside Service was held at St. Columban’s Parish Cemetery on Friday, June 6, 2014. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Wilson Funeral Home, Cornwall.

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In loving memory of a dear son & brother who passed away on June 11, 2004 Joey, I can’t believe it’s already 10 years So much has happened since you left us. This is probably the last poem I write for you I just have no more words to say. I’ve had 10 years to say all that was in my heart. Just remember, we all love you & miss you.

Always in my heart, Love Mom & Mikey

Luc Desnoyers March 23, 1960 – June 16, 2013 Dear Sweet Love, I miss you more and more every day. When I feel sad, I hear you tell me one of your jokes, When I cry, I hear your loud laughter. I ask myself every waking moment, why. I know God chose to take you from me because He loved you as much as I. You’re an angel now and among angels. I feel your presence and love every day. You’re a beautiful soul, how lucky is heaven to have you, my Love. Some day we will be together again and my heart will ache no more.

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From time to time I meet people who tell me about their concept of faith in God. They share with me that faith is a “huge leap” or a “giant jump.” There is definitely a radical side to faith, no doubt, but when I read the Holy

Bible I see faith as a logical step in light of the truth revealed. Faith makes good sense to me when the ground or basis of my faith is solid and when the focus or object of my faith is true. I don’t see faith as a blind leap into mid air, but rather as a knowledgeable step of trust in God for who He really is. I don’t see faith as an emotional jump into mid air, but rather as an intelligent step of trust in God for what He has revealed. I don’t see faith as an arrogant jump into mid air but rather as a humble step

Missed forever, loving wife Karen.

McDonald, Autumn Rose At the Cornwall Community Hospital on Wednesday June 4, 2014. Beloved baby of Stephanie Lalonde and Steven McDonald. Dear sister of Brody McDonald. Granddaughter of Nicole and Jim McDonald and Denis and Yvette Lalonde all of St. Andrews. Resting at the Lahaie & Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, West Branch, 20 Seventh Street West (613-932-8482) from 12 Noon Thursday until the time of Funeral. Funeral, Thursday, June 12, 2014 for Service of the Angels in the Memorial Chapel of the Funeral Home at 2 P.M. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Cystic Fibrosis Society would be appreciated by the family. Messages of Condolence may be left at www. lahaiesullivan.ca 5619169

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1518 STEPHEN ST - NEW PRICE $263,900

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50 foRest hILL RoAd, LoNg sAuLt This amazing property in Arrowhead Estates offers great potential for those looking for an in-law suite or rental unit. Two full bungalows! The main unit offers a 3 bed, two bath unit with covered deck, gas fireplace and beautiful modern ensuite bath. The second unit offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, gas fireplace and sunroom. Two full basements await your personal touch. Call today to take advantage of this rare find. MLS# L1846 $549,900.

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12163 CouNty RoAd 5 (oAk vALLey RoAd), WINChesteR sPRINgs Solid century home which has kept its original charm, along with the modern conveniences. Ideal for a family. In movein condition. Home stripped to the bare bones and rebuilt. All windows, wiring and plumbing replaced. Fully insulated. Main floor laundry. Shingles replaced on 3/4 of roof. Updated 4-piece bathroom. Walking distance to playground and Ottawa shuttle. $179,000 MLS# L1688

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6251 147th AveNue Waterfront home in a great and peaceful area. Detached garage. Spend your summers living on the water. MLS# L1600 $189,900.

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17133 CouNty RoAd 36 This all stone 3+1 bungalow features spacious foyer leading into an open concept kitchen/living/dining room, hardwood and ceramic throughout, heated ceramic flooring in bath with whirlpool tub and thermoplastic cabinetry. Master bedroom has walk-in closet & door leading into bath. Completely finished basement with a large bedroom, full bath & loads of storage area. All of this on a large country property. Call to see your new home today. $319,900.

3782 oLd oRChARd, APPLe hILL Country family home in Apple Hill. Over 1500 sq. ft. Bright open concept is what greets you when you enter the kitchen/dining area that leads into large family room. 3 bedrooms upstairs. Large master bedroom with private upper deck. Lower level deck looks out over large fenced back yard. $139,900.

120 emmA AveNue Find a touch of country charm in Cornwall’s North End. Over 1100 square feet with many upgrades over the past several years all on an oversized lot. Tastefully decorated with 3 bedrooms and updated bathroom. $149,900

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1244 dALy Beautiful home in a nice area that offers a carport along with a detached garage. Furnace & A/C (2011), shingles (2013), newer windows. Won’t last long! $179,000. MLS# L1736

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3300 LegeR Ave. North end, 1.5 storey, 3 bdrm. home, move in ready. Furnace (2012), shingles (2012). It won’t last long. $134,900 MLS L1529)

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LOVELY RAISED BUNGALOw 13275 RIVERSIDE DRIVE All the extras are included in this custom built raised bungalow close to Upper Canada Golf Course. Open concept living with hardwood floors, radiant infloor heat, central air and separate large workshop. Call today for your private showing. MLS# L1611 $329,900. CLAIRE HALLIDAY ARMSTRONG 613-551-2812

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16 ST. LAURENT AVE., LONG SAULT Great affordable seaway home in Long Sault. This house is just over 1600 sq. ft. with a 50 year warranty roof installed in 2007. Features include forced air gas furnace, central air, gas hot water tank owned & bonus room (sunroom). This home is move-in ready and perfect for the first time homeowner or someone looking to live the village. $153,500 MLS# L1690 PENNY RUDDERHAM 613-930-3377

1017 OSBORNE AVE., CORNwALL Family home or investment opportunity to rent to college students. 4 bedrooms, 1700 sq. ft. home in Riverdale. Cute and cozy boasts many upgrades including new furnace with A/C, 200 amp service with home surge protector. New gas fireplace. Entertainment Centre is large enough to accommodate 72” TV with hardwiring for HDMI. MLS# L1793 $164,899. MONIqUE DRAkE 613-362-2305

LARGE COUNTRY HOME 17815 STRATHMORE ROAD Large country farm home offers a new addition built in 2009, large open concept. 3 bdrms with 3 baths. Forced air oil, both furnace and home seven years old. Home has been all re-insulated. A detached garage 24`x28` and an older barn for storage. MLS# L1350 $279,000. MONIqUE DRAkE 613-362-2305

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6686 BRAY ST This house has been newly renovated. New furnace, windows, floor, roof shingles, siding, kitchen, carport and two new sun rooms are added recently. Call Talat for viewing. MLS#L1584. $174,900. TALAT BUTT 613-361-2927

CORNwALL CENTRE ROAD Excellent location to build a residential subdivion. Potential of re-zoning as it is next to commercial property. Call Talat for more information. MLS# L1796 $1,000,000. TALAT BUTT 613-361-2927

HIGHwAY 138 ST. ANDREwS 1.14 acre lot just north of the traffic lights at county Rd 18. Zoned highway commercial. A lot of potential. Don’t miss out! MLS# K1944 $99,000. TALAT BUTT 613-361-2927

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JUST LISTED 412 SARA STREET Large bungalow 3+1 bdrm, 2 baths, accent flooring on the main floor, possible in-law suite, 2 gas fireplaces, patio doors to the deck. Must see! $179,000. HARDEEP SINGH 613-936-3996

MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE 64 FRONT STREET FINCH Updated single family home with an additional space which includes a loft area with ample storage & parking. Residential with Commercial Zoning = loads of potential! MLS# L1637 $83,900. PENNY RUDDERHAM 613-930-3377

15036 SANDTOwN ROAD, NEwINGTON This fantastic 68 acres of farm land is awaiting a new owner. Currently 62 acres of cleared land, 5 acres of mixed bush and an acre with a 3 bedroom home. Call today for more details. $408,000. HILDA BUITING 613-913-0891

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4053 EARL ROAD Poised beautifully on 1.15 acre land. This well-kept bungalow with recent upgrades awaits you. 3+1 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Call Talat to book your showing today! MLS# L0184 $180,000. TALAT BUTT 613-361-2927

kING STREET, CORNwALL 190.54 x 113.2 ideally located building lot in Riverdale. Best for builders. Build three or four houses there. Great potential. MLS# K1808 $120,000. TALAT BUTT 613-361-2927

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COUNTRY FAMILY BUNGALOw 17357 AMELL ROAD This beautiful log home has much to offer. Recently renovated kitchen and bathrooms. The sunroom at the rear of the home is the perfect place to unwind. Professionally landscaped yard with interlocking brick patio, all on over an acre. Come and see this gem of a property. $289,900 MLS# L1629 CLAIRE HALLIDAY ARMSTRONG 613-551-2812

729 MONTCALM COURT Location, location, location! Great neighbourhood and only minutes walking to shopping, dining and cinema. 4 bdrms, 2 baths, A/C and a wonderful L-shaped inground pool, perfect for a family gathering. Call for more details today. $279,900 MLS# L1549. CLAIRE HALLIDAY ARMSTRONG 613-551-2812

16220 NORTHFIELD ROAD, LUNENBURG Good sized country home with open concept main floor living areas, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, finished basement. Outside find dbl attached garage and lots of land to run and play. Freshly painted, new rear deck and some appliances. MLS# L1267 $224,900. LAURIN (MOE) MAURAIS* 613-363-3052

440 EIGHTH STREET EAST Centrally located sunny 3 bedroom home with main floor laundry. Kitchen is open to the dining room. Spacious fenced in yard with garage with attached large shed. Many updates. Must be seen! $139,900 TIM FRANCIS 613-361-2846

18385 GLEN ROAD, wILLIAMSTOwN Just minutes to Cornwall and 45 minutes to Montreal, this 4 bedroom Century home nestled on a beautiful 52 acre plot of land. Raise your own animals, grow your own food, pull your own wood from the bush...you’re limited only by your imagination. MLS# K3615 $319,900. LAURIN (MOE) MAURAIS* 613-363-3052

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52 ACRE HOBBY FARM

513 SECOND ST EAST Centrally located all brick home features 4 bedrooms and 2 ½ baths. Living room with attached dining room gives you extra room for entertaining. Possibility of an in-law suite in the basement. Close to many amenities. MLS# L1588 $164,900. TIM FRANCIS 613-361-2846

NORTH END SEMI

16 FRONT STREET, FINCH Fantastic 1 1/2 storey home located in a quiet village. Main floor features kitchen, dining room, living room, 2 bedrooms including ensuite bath. Upper level boasts a master bedroom suite with walk-in closet and bathroom. Great backyard to relax and enjoy your time. MLS# L1708 $179,000 HILDA BUITING 613-913-0891

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16681 ATCHISON ROAD, LONG SAULT Easily affordable 3 bedroom bungalow, located only 10 minutes from the Cornwall City centre. Minor renovations are required but it features a new furnace as of this past May. **Don’t let this one slip by.** Call Alfred for all the details. $71,900.

3059 NORTHDALE DRIVE Maintained north end semi located in a tranquil setting on a quiet dead end street. 3 beds, 2 baths, rec room, fully fenced yard, 3 season room and a newer roof. Main floor is an inviting open concept layout with dining area and warmed by a gas fireplace. MLS# L1607 $179,900. LAURIN (MOE) MAURAIS* 613-363-3052

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2960 MCNAIRN DR. Beautiful 3+1 bedroom, 2 full bathrooms home sitting on a great lot! Stunning home built in 2004. Call today for a showing! MLS L0239. $229,900. JEFFERY MARTELOCk 613-363-5555

6765 PILON`S POINT RD, SUMMERSTOwN. Nice home with a water view, located in a great area. Lots of upgrades, large lot, deck with a view of the beautiful St. Lawrence! Shingles (2010), furnace (2012), well pump (2013), softener system (2012). Call today for a showing! MLS L0544. $234,900.

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6214 165TH AVENUE Spacious, solid 4 bedroom bungalow, 2,200 sq. ft. with enormous professionally landscaped backyard (pond, fruit trees and shrubs, gazebo). Open concept modern kitchen with center island and pantry. Hobby/sun room on main floor. Large utility shed. Many upgrades. Deeded waterfront access. Ideally situated for Cornwall, Lancaster and Quebec commuters. A must see! MLS# L1164 $299,000.

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3607 JOSEPH ST. Stunning 2 story home with double attached garage located in desirable Rosedale Terrace is awaiting you! Living room with cathedral ceilings and double sided fireplace. Kitchen features granite countertop island which leads to the spacious dining room. This home needs to be seen! $319,900 TIM FRANCIS 613-361-2846

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20015 BEAUPRE RD, GREEN VALLEY If you are looking for a great country property at an affordable price, this is your new home. This home features 3 bdrms, 2 baths, large living room with hardwood floors & gas stove, separate dining room, screened in side porch and a new front deck to star watch at night. All of this is sitting on over 2 acres of land. Don’t wait to see this lovely bungalow. $164,900 MLS# L1746.

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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. This home is ready for your family with 4 good sized bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 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. $267,500. 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 $189,900.

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Unique country property close to town features a funky decor, large lot, large garage, high ceilings, all hardwood floors and cozy loft. $195,000 MLS# L1495

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5540139

Room for the growing family. 2200 sq.ft. 2 storey home featuring 4 bdrms, new kitchen with granite counter top, new upstairs bath with 2 vanities, separate tub and shower, new shingles and central air (2013), huge master bdrm with gas stove, deck off the mud room to above ground pool and a single detached garage. $189,900 ASK FOR TODD!

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21052 Birch Avenue, Westley’s Point

Check out this renovated bungalow in move in condition. This home features a modern kitchen and bath, gas fireplace, main floor laundry facilities and a garage/guest house combination. Also has access to the river. Shows very well.

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844 Kenyon Cres

Attractive 2+2 bedroom, 2 bath home with many features including updated kitchen with built-in appliances, gas heating with central air, central vac, finished basement with direct access to garage, patio doors to a private back yard, very good location etc.

Now priced at

$234,900

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19689 William St., WilliamStoWn

MLS #L1052 This well kept 2 story home backs onto the Raisin River right in the Village of Williamstown. Home has been completely renovated from top to bottom plus a 4 season sunroom built spring of 2013. Upper level offers 2 bedrooms, 4pc bath with laundry. Main level has living room, gorgeous eat-in kitchen, 2pc bath, sunroom, with a landscaped lot, plus a well finished workshop. This home is move-in condition. $229,900

Amazing custom built home backing onto the golf course. Some of the many features include a gourmet kitchen with built-ins, bright family room with high ceiling and custom fireplace, spacious master bedroom with stunning ensuite bath, panoramic view of the golf course from most rooms, 4 car garage/workshop combo, double lot and the list goes on. There are two pages of special features for your perusal. ONCE YOU SEE IT, YOU’LL WANT TO OWN IT CALL NOW FOR A PRIVATE VIEWING

Asking

5619308

18768 Paragon road, South glengarry 6708 Purcell Rd

MLS # L0943 This 1850 sqft, open concept 3 bdrm home has 2 bathrooms (one is a large en suite off the Master bdrm with double sinks, large whirlpool tub and walk-in stand-up shower with 2 shower heads), great kitchen, large dining room, stunning 4 season sun room, living room w/ large windows and high ceilings. All 3 bdrms are a generous size.

$319,000

Frank Prevost 613-361-4317

$1,275,000

Sales Representative

Bill Boyer, Broker

Troy Vaillancourt 613-362-8769

Local Direct Line

613-551-2455 (BILL) Email: billboyer@cogeco.ca

5619909

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Flea markets

8 am to 3 pm 21256 mcnaughton Court Bainsville, on Creg Quay

Antiques; collectibles; Waterford; Royal Doulton; crystal; china; paintings; diecast toys; sports collections, etc.

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McHaffie Flea Market 2 km North of Morrisburg Hwy 401 - Exit 750 OPEN EVERY SUNDAY YEAR ROUND 8am-4pm

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9:00 am Civic #2250, County Road 31, Winchester, ON 613-774-7000 or 1-800-567-1797 Primary list at: www.rideauauctions.com

3 Lefebvre Ave.

5619908

This modern, carpetless, 2 bedroom 2 bath home features 2x6 construction with 10 foot ceilings, ensuite bath, fireplace and large garage/workshop (man cave). YOU WON’T FIND A BETTER DEAL DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE

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OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1:00-2:30PM

2253 Valley St., Moose Creek

395

Saturday June 14th 1500 Joyce Street, riverdale Something for everYone!

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Affordable downtown 2nd level corner unit condo with private balcony. $149,900

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Public Vehicle/Equipment Auction

MLS L0229 412 FiFth St. E. #204

$399,900

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2097 Concorde Avenue

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Cornwall Realty Inc. Brokerage Independently Owned & Operated

649 Second St. E., Cornwall, ON

613-938-8100

Cars: 10 Elantra, 112 kms; 09 Cr Vic, 157 kms; 09 Cobalt, 211 kms; 09 Accent, 112 kms; 09 Civic, 241 kms; 09 Corolla, 131 kms; 08 Rio, 157 kms; 08 Cr Vic, 110 kms; 07 G6, 300 kms; 07 Civic, 208 kms; 07 Yaris, 219 kms; 07 Caliber, 209 kms; 06 CSX, 189 kms; 06 3, 181 kms; 06 6, 214 kms; 06 Altima, 156 kms; 05 Neon, 144 kms; 05 PT Cruiser, 237 kms; (2)05 3, 161-215 kms; 05 ES 330, 180 kms; 05 Sunfire, 147 kms; 05 Malibu, 219 kms; 05 Aveo, 179 kms; 05 Focus, 178 kms; 05 Wave, 138 kms; (2)05 GR AM, 194-221 kms; 05 Cavalier, 176 kms; 05 Optima, 242 kms; 05 Sentra, 206 kms; 05 500, 231 kms; 05 Epica, 175 kms; 05 Maxima, 235 kms; (2)05 Spectra, 121 kms; 04 A6, 154 kms; 04 Elantra, 157 kms; 04 Accent, 178 kms; 04 Impala, 168 kms; (2)04 3, 137-184 kms; 04 Intrepid, 130 kms; 04 Sentra, 176 kms; 04 Malibu, 241 kms; 04 Tiburon, 147 kms; 04 Altima, 245 kms; (2)04 Focus, 167 kms; (2)04 3, 146-319 kms; (2)04 Civic, 127-214 kms; 03 Sunfire, 131 kms; 03 Malibu, 165 kms; (2)03 Accent, 92-118 kms; 03 Civic, 267 kms; 03 Spectra, 183 kms; 03 cavalier, 206 kms; 03 Vibe, 185 kms; (2)03 Focus, 180-192 kms; 03 Gr Am, 141 kms; 03 Celica, 210 kms; 03 Altima, 243 kms; 03 Protégé, 191 kms; 03 Sentra, 202 kms; 03 Pt Cruiser, 216 kms; 03 Aerio, 171 kms; 03 Golf, 160 kms; 02 Cavalier, 257 kms; 02 Focus, 256 kms; 02 Spectra, 136 kms; 02 Cavalier, 113 kms; 02 Elantra, 186 kms; 02 Civic, 293 kms; 02 Sentra, 232 kms; 01 Century, 203 kms; 01 Sebring, 142 kms; (2)01 EL, 266-390 kms; 01 ML 320, 111 kms; 01 Sunfire, 97 kms; 01 S60, 189 kms; 01 Civic, 268 kms; 00 Focus, 229 kms; 00 626, 196 kms; 00 Civic, 181 kms; 99 Protégé, 105 kms; 99 Maxima, 188 kms; 99 Corolla, 245 kms; 99 Accord, 197 kms; 98 Civic, 216 kms; 97 Cr Vic, 171 kms; 96 Camry, 273 kms; 94 Camry, 120 kms; 88 735i, 299 kms, 08 Allure, 172 kms SUVs: 09 Escape, 132 kms; 08 Patriot, 131 kms; 07 Durango, 276 kms; 07 Liberty, 141 kms; 06 Envoy, 256 kms; 06 Equinox, 174 kms; 06 Escape, 155 kms; 06 Trailblazer, 211 kms; 05 Trailblazer, 275 kms; 05 Xtrail, 166 kms; 05 Equinox, 125 kms; 04 Rainer, 171 kms; 04 Rendezvous, 188 kms; 04 Cherokee, 208 kms; 04 Escape, 182 kms; 04 Forester, 194 kms; 03 Sante Fe, 153 kms; 03 Rendezvous, 213 kms; 03 Highlander, 224kms; (2)03 Santa Fe, 150-225 kms; (2)03 Durango, 186-232 kms; 02 Explorer, 209 kms; 02 Liberty, 355 kms; (2)02 Durango, 156-224 kms; 01 Yukon, 184 kms 00 Jimmy, 133 kms; 99 Jimmy, 182 kms, 10 Rogue, 200 kms, 08 Edge, 160 kms Vans: 09 Uplander, 208 kms; 06 Pacifica, 260 kms; 06 Sorento, 66 kms; 06 Uplander, 119 kms; (2)05 Freestar, 98-244 kms; 05 Montana, 174 kms; 05 Caravan, 217 kms; (2)05 MPV, 185-200 kms; 04 Montana, 284 kms; (2)04 Quest, 206-265 kms; 04 Caravan, 227 kms; 04 Venture, 381 kms; 03 Montana, 214 kms; 03 Venture, 151 kms; (3)03 Caravan, 209-256 kms; 02 Montana, 227 kms; 02 E450 cube, 102 kms; 00 Express, 168 kms; 00 Econoline, 121 kms; (2)00 Odyssey, 163-177 kms; 98 Safari, 161 kms Light Trucks: 07 Tundra, 231 kms; 06 Mark Lt, 281 KMS; 06 Colorado, 135 kms; 04 F550, 274 kms; (2)04 F350, 75-144 kms; (2)03 Ram, 125-222 kms; 00 Frontier, 182 kms; 00 Ranger, 279 kms; 00 Bseries, 218 kms; (2)98 Sierra, 265-279 kms, 07 Silverado, 191 kms Heavy Equipment/ Trucks: (2)03 Ultimaster, 219-223 kms; 02 IH 2674 plow, 202 kms; 99 IH 9200, 162 kms; 95 IH 2554 plow, 318 kms; 93 IH 4600, 174 kms; 81 IH 2574, 139 kms Recreational: 04 Cutter XLE205 boat; 04 HD Softail, 52 kms; 02 Bluecross Motorhome, 64 m; 98 Jayco Eagle; 83 Oliver boat; 88 E350 RV, 98 kms; 81 G30 RV, 78 kms; (2) 08 Yamaha golfcarts Trailers: (4) 14 utility; (2) 14 landscape Misc: small tools; covered shelters; Easy Kleen pressure washers; Yale Forklift; farm gates/panels; 6 inch firehoses; MF 1235 lawntractor; Toro lawntractor; Lincoln welder; MF 35X tractor, w/loader 6183 kms; IH 844S tractor, 75 kms

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List is subject to change. Website will be updated as new consignments are registered Buyers Premium Applies - Terms: Cash; Visa; MasterCard; Interac for $500.00 deposit &Cash, Certified Cheque, Interac for balance due on vehicle

Viewing: June 18, 19 & 20 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pictures and description of items available at www.icangroup.ca Click on Ottawa

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avaiLabLe JuLy 1St Fridge, stove, storage, laundry facilities, parking, security bldg. $750 +utilities

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JD#B200 air compressor, motors, tool cabinets, bolt cabinet, pressure system, 2 new live animal traps, 3 radial arm saws, 3 antique walk behind cultivator(gas), large 7 blade barn fan, 7 long narrow shop windows, 3 sets of torches, screw type grain dryers, torch cart, charger, cattle halters, small set of driving harness, leather vice, tools, power tools, 3 cattle dehorners, calf hut, reamer, jacks, weed eater, pipe cutter, humidifier, pipe fittings, cattle clippers with brush, Holstein farm sign, old records, rubber pails, 5-16’ to 18’ gates, Avery scale like new, new grinder, 2 hedge trimmers, hand weed sprayers, electric cement mixer, push lawn mowers, plastic pipe, tin, bikes, large tarp, tractor chains, 3ph fertilizer spreader, siding, milk cans, cream can, extension ladders, feed grinder, grain augers, wire, old tins, pullers, old car parts, gas mask, cattle tattoo set, de-baller set, cattle tag pliers, chicken feeders, wheel barrow, fancy dog house, table saw, jig saw, chain saws, cross cut saw, buck saw, Industrial electric door opener, pin blanket box, new window air conditioner, antique radio, propane hanging furnace, 150 year old double wooden bed

FEATURE ITEMS TO BE SOLD 12:00P.M. NOON

1998 Winnebago 37’ -50,000 miles, stored inside all winter, 3 air conditioners, oven never used, tires like new, JD#1640 tractor, 3PH, LPTO – 60hp, Hi-Low, diesel, power steering, Ford#4000 diesel tractor with cab, 3PH, LPTO, PS, 1926 Chev, 4 door car (estate car), Yamaha TTR225 Trail Bike (9 of of 10), Antique Honda 90 Motorcycle, Polaris 700 twin 4 wheeler & plow, 9 Horse Trailer. CANTEEN ON SITE TERMS OF SALE: Cash or cheque with ID. Items sold “as is, where is”. Auctioneer/owner not responsible for loss or accidents. Equipment well maintained. Auction not to miss!

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ESTATE HOUSE SALE (4 miles west of Williamstown, ON Cty Rd. 19)

5619387

OF THE LATE JOYCE GARROW

5645 PINESTONE-SANDY WOOD’S ESTATE

6732 SUTHERLAND AVE. (Off Hwy No. 2 – Adjacent to Cornwall Golf & Country Club)

THURSDAY, JUNE 19 8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

FRIDAY, JUNE 13 & SATURDAY, 14 8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

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SERVICE DELIVERY TECHNICIAN – LIBRARY SERVICES

$49,429 to $56,490 (2014 Salary Grid) Pension with Comprehensive Benefit Plan SDG Library Branches June 25, 2014 at 12:00 noon

Information on the website explains the position, provides the job description and gives further instructions on how to apply at www.sdgcounties.ca. Applications must be received by closing date.

FLORA GRANT DUMOUCHEL

United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Attention: Human Resources, Suite 207, 26 Pitt Street Cornwall, Ontario. K6J 3P2 Telephone: (613) 932-1515 Ext. 200 Fax: (613) 936-2913

Ingleside, Ontario 613-537-2925

www.sdglibrary.ca

TERMS: Cash, cheque, Visa/MC

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Auction SAle to be held on site at 1701 mcConnell Ave. in the City of Cornwall for Hec’s tree Service From Hwy 401 take exit #792 McConnell Ave., turn and travel south approx.. ½ km. Watch for signs.

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exCAvAtoR, 2 bACkHoeS, dieSeL PoweRed wood CHiPPeR, LARge ASSoRtment of ConStRuCtion And tRee RemovAL itemS. Owner & Auctioneer Not Responsible for Loss Or Accident terms: Cash or Good Cheque with Proper ID no buYeRS PRemium!!! Props: Hec’s Tree Service

Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd.

Ingleside, On. Tel: 613-537-8862 See www.theauctionfever.com for full listing

Are you in retail and wish a fresh start? Are you friendly, bubbly and enjoy people? Looking for a long term job with pleasant surroundings, good pay and rewards?

FLORA GRANT DUMOUCHEL

Call TabiTha 613-932-3240

TERMS: Cash, cheque, Visa/MC

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FULL TIME POSITION

Annual Salary Range: Benefits: Location: Closing Date:

OAK TRESTLE DINING TABLE, 6 CHAIRS, CHINA CABINET AND SERVER BY SHERMAG; LAMP TABLE; COFFEE TABLES; OCCASIONAL CHAIRS; PORTABLE ELECTRIC FIREPLACE; PINE PEDESTAL TABLE; CHINA INCLUDING ROYAL STAFFORDSHIRE “STAFFORD” FOR 8; CRYSTAL; ONEIDA S.P. FLATWARE FOR 8 “MORNING STAR” WITH CHEST; LAMPS; SOFAS; COLLIN COLLECTION 5 PC. BEDROOM SET INCLUDING QUEEN SIZE BED, CEDAR LINED CHIFFONIER, LADIES DRESSER & LAMP TABLES; 5 PC. KNECHILL BEDROOM SET – QUEEN SIZE; HOWARD MILLER WALL CLOCK; CEDAR CHEST; QUILTS; BEDDING; LINEN; EARLY STRAW STUFFED TEDDY; STRAW STUFFED DOG; ART WORK BY L. KOVACS; LEVENTE; PAUL RUPERT; FIGURINES; DEACONS BENCH; GOOD SMALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES; NEW PATIO SET; DESKS; FILING CABINETS; SMALL DRAFTING TABLES; COPPER BOILER; IRON POTS; TRUNKS; 17’ VIKING FREEZER; CAMPING STOVES; CHAINSAWS; SHOP VAC; LADDERS; B. & D. EDGE HOG; 4 H.P. & 3 H.P. GAS MOWERS; 8 H.P. GENERATOR; HAND TOOLS; ELECTRIC TOOLS; DOG CAGES; WISHING WELL; GARDEN WATER WHEEL; MANUALS FOR FORD 1936 BULLNOSE, 1951 FORD; MODEL A FORD, HOW TO HOP UP FORD & MERCURY V8 ENGINE, AND MORE; SHELVING; OTHER MISC. ARTICLES.

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Implement system-wide service policies and procedures in designated areas of responsibility as well as coordinate and deliver direct public service. Supervise staff, conduct performance evaluations and schedule staff to ensure the efficient operation of library branches. A full description is available on the website.

DINING ROOM SET; SOFA & OCCASIONAL CHAIRS; LAMPS; COFFEE & LAMP TABLES; RETRO LAMPS AND TABLES; RETRO BEDROOM SET; MARBLE TOP TABLES; BEDROOM SETS; 1925 UPPER CANADA LACROSSE ASSOCIATION PHOTO INCLUDES NEWSY LALONDE AND LEOPOLAND COLLIN; CRYSTAL; CHINA INCLUDING ROYAL STAFFORDSHIRE “STAFFORD” FOR 6 AND MYOTT FOR 6; CHALET & ART GLASS; FRAMES; PRESS CAMERA “GRAPHFLEX 3 1-2” X 5 1-2” WORKING WITH ROLL FILM; VINTAGE WEDDING PHOTO ALBUMS NEVER USED; JEWELLERY INCLUDING WEISS; SHERMAN; STERLING; GOLD; WATCHES INCLUDING CYMA SWISS WATCH, BULOVA ACCUTRON; AND OTHER VINTAGE PCS; KITCHENWARE; FRIDGE; WASHER; OTHER MISC. ARTICLES.

SAt. June 21 At 10:00 Am

5608777

Auctioneers Jennifer and Murray Blair For more info and pics go to www.theauctionfever.com or call 613-346-5568 395

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MR. & MRS. ROY CORBIC (Roy’s Studio) Award Winning Canadian Photography

ITEMS TO BE SOLD STARTING 10:00 A.M.

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HOUSE SALE HOUSEHOLD & JEWELLERY

AUCTION!

June 14th, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.1 16235 County Rd 43 Avonmore, On

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FULL TIME HOURS

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Semi-retired? Flexible schedule? … can you work at odd jobs. Painting – cutting grass – stocking uncrating – receiving – assembly? WE HAVE A JOB FOR YOU

5619301

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SECOND level bachelor apartment, 540$, monthly, utilities included. Call Peter 613-330-2416

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3 bedrooms, semi-detached, central location, parking, $900/ month, utilities extra, available July 1st or August 1st. 613-382-8245, 613-583-7992

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FIRST MONTH FREE! Moose Creek: 1 or 2 bedrooms, washer/ dryer hook-ups, front and back balcony. No petsAdult community. Call now 613-538-4622

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CLEAN QUIET BUILDING apartment, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom. MAIN ST. LANCASTER. Laundry hook-ups. Parking and back balcony. Available now, $700/ month 613-362-0754

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COLLECTIBLES, antiques and junk!! 8am- 1pm, 18303 Kilkenney, Glen Walter

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317 Clothing/furs/accessories

YARD sale Multi-family, lots of good stuff, 324 1st St West, June 14th, 8am

VINTAGE JEWELRY ONLINE Vintage4all.com Online vintage. Find us here at http://www.vintage4all.com rkm@vintage4all.com

GARAGE sale, Saturday June 14th, 1200 Daily Avenue, Cornwall

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REGISTERED NURSE

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CASUAL / CALL-IN

5617756

Starting Immediately Apply to: Community Nursing Home Karen Macleod, Director of Care 92 Center Street, Alexandria, ON K0C 1A0 Tel: 613-525-2022 Fax: 613-525-2023 e-mail: kmacleod@clmi.ca

GARAGE sale, various items, goalie equipment, golf clubs,electronic,1986 Corvette, June 14th, 6523 Marlene Avenue, Bayview, 8h a.m. to 3h p.m.

Help wanted AZ Drivers & Owner Operators Wanted, Owner Operators and AZ Drivers for USA & Canada. Must have experience and a clean abstract. Home most weekends ! Good compensation and benefit package. Call or email us for more details ! 613-537-8900 or email koninkdispatch@koninkl. com

REMERCIEMENT à mon Sacré-Coeur pour faveur obtenue, J.B.

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• hometown news • area shopping • local sports • community calendar ... and so much more

845 Prayers/ card of thanks

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PART-TIME POSITION

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(INcLUDING BENEFITS) Starting Immediately

Apply to: Community Nursing Home Karen Macleod, Director of Care 92 Center Street, Alexandria, ON K0C 1A0 Tel: 613-525-2022 Fax: 613-525-2023 e-mail: kmacleod@clmi.ca

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Tuesday, June 17th at 8:00 am mardi, le 17 juin à 8 heures SD&G Counties Council Chambers 26 rue Pitt Street, Cornwall

AnnuAl GenerAl MeetinG

Danny Aikman and Lori Greer Board President and Executive Director cordially invite you to the Annual General Meeting for United Way Centraide Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry

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MArketing position

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WATERFRONT property, fully renovated bungalow, view of the St-Lawrence River, South Lancaster, 3 9 8 , 0 0 0 $ . 613-347-2807

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l’AsseMblée GénérAle Annuelle

Danny Aikman, Président de Conseil et Lori Greer, Directeur Exécutif, se font un plaisir de vous inviter à leur Assemblée Générale annuelle pour United Way Centraide, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry

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with no qualification needed.

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5618642

Welder required to work on a fleet of stainless steel tanks and cargo vans. Day shifts only Monday to Friday. Competitive wages, clothing and boot allowance provided benefits available. Interested candidates can contact Glen Macdonald at 613-363-4280 or by email glen@villeneuvetanklines.com Help wanted

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TECHNICIAN REQUIRED

Canadian Diabetes Associations’ Cornwall Office Closure – June 2014

We offer: v Full time employment v Excellent progressive wage package v Pension plan v Competitive benefit package v Lifetime career v A strong team environment and training Requirements: v Self motivated v Positive attitude v Team oriented v Certified / Skilled Please send resume to: Miller Hughes Ford Sales Ltd. 711 Pitt St. Cornwall, ON K6J3S1 Attn: Gary Rose Help wanted

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Cornwall Career College 225 Pitt Street, Cornwall, ON K6J 3P8 http://www.CornwallCareerCollege.ca

Train for a New Career in Less Than A Year!

PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER

Check the NACC website at nacc-curriculum/personal-support-worker.ca for more details. Contact our Training Director Wanda at 613-936-8973 for a Campus Tour and more information.

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Cornwall Career College is launching the National Association of Career Colleges PSW Diploma on July 7 (graduates can attain National Accreditation)

It has been my pleasure and privilege to provide support and services to those affected by diabetes as the Branch Coordinator for the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) in Cornwall & District for many years. Going forward, I will continue to do so despite the fact that the Cornwall Office will be closing in June and my catchment area has expanded to include the Ottawa, Renfrew County and Kingston regions. My exciting new position as Manager of Programs, Services and Partnerships for Eastern Ontario will allow me to continue in the role that I love and to serve this wonderful community which I will still be calling my home! The office closure is to streamline efficiencies which will allow CDA to better allocate funds in support of our mission to help people affected by diabetes live healthier lives while we work to find a cure. The CDA will continue to provide valuable programs & services in the Cornwall & District region with the support of volunteers, staff and community partners. You can still reach the Canadian Diabetes Association by calling 1-800-226-8464. All mail will be forwarded to the CDA’s Ottawa Regional Leadership Centre for the next year. Please visit our web site: www.diabetes.ca for information about diabetes or to participate in free webinars! Your Canadian Diabetes Association Regional Leadership Centre is located at: 45 Montreal Road, Ottawa, ON, K1L 6E8 T: 613-521-1902 We sincerely value all of our members, volunteers, partners and those whom we serve. Thank you in advance for your continued support and patience during this transition. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me directly at: 613-688-5933 Email: linda.rodgers@diabetes.ca Thank you – Linda Rodgers

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sanford Cline Action supply inc

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Salary offered for this position is $500 and commission of $200 is included. Job Description: 1. Marketing products 2. Evaluation 3. Customer advisory 4. Report writing Contact us for more details at sanford.cline@actionsupplyincc.ca


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sharscleaning@yahoo.com

CUSTOM HOME SPECIALIST

LittLe RascaLz GRoominG

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

WaLk-ins WeLcome 714 Pitt St., cornwall Julie labranche 613-362-9545 Professional Groomer

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No Job Too Small Doors • Windows • Decks • Flooring • Plumbing, etc.

Paul Leger

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613-363-3283

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It’s not only basketball players, birders and giraffes that look up. We all should, for a variety of reasons. This column was prompted by a long but fruitless search for an AC outlet in a McDonald’s at Wal-Mart. I often visit, not for the burgers or fries, but for their Wi-Fi while I wait for my photos to be processed. The search became pressing when my laptop’s battery finally gave up after four years of regular service. I approached the cashier: “You MUST have an AC outlet somewhere. Could you

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give me a hint?” Pausing to wipe her brow between Happy Meals for mutinous toddlers, she whispered, “Near the condiment counter. Look up, way up.” There it was, on the wall, so high that I had to stand on my tippy-toes and extend my arm up, way up, as if I were a five-footer attempting a slam dunk. Yes, we all should look up. Here are just a few reasons. Take notice of the variety of items atop steeples: crosses, roosters, fish (Clayton opera house) and ships. If you ever visit Ottawa’s Parliament Hill or London’s Westminster, check out the weird gargoyles that embellish the upper ledges. Also in England, and in every airport terminal, government building and shopping centre, look up: CCTV surveillance cameras

are almost everywhere. In stores, they look like black, shiny hemispheres. The sky backdrop is populated with a wide variety of clouds, ranging from heaps of towering cumulus, layers of stratus, wispy cirrus and drippy nimbus. Contrails generated by airliners’ vapour-laden exhaust dissect the blue into a grid. At this time of year, chevrons of Canada geese, bands of less disciplined snow geese and gyrating masses of blackbirds stream across the sky. When in Rome, do as the Romans (and the gawking tourists): look up. Otherwise, you’ll miss the ornate works of Michelangelo on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Have you ever looked up at the ceiling of a dance hall, night club or music hall? Almost invariably, the darkened ceiling camouflages

a maze of blackened steel trusses, ducts, electrical conduits and wiring. We don’t notice what’s up. Any spelunker knows you have to crane your neck to gaze at the stalactites. Any submariner knows you have to look up to find out what your head has to avoid when navigating through bulkheads. And scuba divers know to stare upwards as they ascend, to avoid being beaned by ship hulls. When I was entering Cornwall Square’s covered parking lot I absentmindedly forgot to look up, to take notice of the limited overhead clearance warning. I also forgot that my canoe was atop my pickup’s roof. It almost cleared, but almost is not quite good enough. Only when my 378-pound friend stood on the rear bumper were the canoe and truck released.

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