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CORNWALL, Ontario - The Olympics of the plowing world are just 18 months away but work remains to educate many in the area about the significance of the event. The 2015 International Plowing Match will take place in September in Finch and preparations are already taking place for an event that will draw upwards of 100,000 people to the area.

“Hotels are already starting to book up for it,” said Terry Besner, economic development officer for the United Counties of SDG. At a Thursday morning media event organized by the United Counties that covered a range of topics, municipal officials said a campaign will be undertaken to educate locals about the ins and outs of plowing matches and why farmers and agriculture experts go ga-ga over the event.

“It’s a huge opportunity for us,” said Tim Simpson, counties CAO, adding the local region will be showcased on a grand stage. One could use all the adjectives imaginable to describe what the plowing match is - the Super Bowl of the agriculture world...the Olympics...the World’s Fair…the list goes on. It’s the largest show of its kind in North America, and generates as much as $20 million worth from economic spinoffs thanks

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CORNWALL, Ontario - City hall had to send out a press release last week to clear the air over more work being done near Cornwall’s waterfront that had some residents worried about the fate of a popular baseball park.

The city is completing improvements to the storm sewer drain at Legion Park, which is adjacent to a chemical tank project that has raised alarm bells in Cornwall. Residents leapt to social media last week, suggesting the tank farm work was spilling over into Legion Park. Not so, said the city. “As part of the project, a storm sewer

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CORNWALL, Ontario - Thousands honoured a man revered for his vital role in carving out a sports scene for girls minor hockey and baseball/softball leagues in the city this Saturday. Brian ‘Russ’ Tardiff was floored to see the amount of support flooding in at a fundraiser organized to help him and his family in his personal journey with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). Brian’s Day, hosted by Tardiff’s family, close friends, and the Cornwall Girls Hockey Association (CGHA) mixed hockey games, live music, and a silent auction to raise an expected $15,000. “It’s absolutely overwhelming the support - the way the hockey and softball community came together for someone like me who is living with ALS,” said Tardiff.

Angie Baker, event co-organizer, said that when the CGHA announced their second major annual fundraising event was in support of Tardiff - family and friends quickly decided to join the team. “This is a very special day for a very special man who has been a big part of the sports world in Cornwall,” said Baker. She was moved, but not surprised by the massive turnout and support from sponsors and hockey legends like Doug Gilmour and Walter Gretzky who donated signed sports memorabilia. Before two-time Olympic gold medalist and Cornwall native Lori Dupuis signed autographs at Brian’s Day, she spoke to Seaway News about the importance of the event. Tardiff is her cousin. “It’s amazing that everybody comes together in a community like this to help out,” said Dupuis. “I’m so happy to be a part it.”

“It’s absolutely overwhelming the support - the way the hockey and softball community came together for someone like me who is living with ALS,” said Tardiff.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - Ginette Forgues always knew she wanted to explore a career in the legal world - it just took a little time. The local retired educator has been tapped as one of 21 new justices of the peace that will assume the bench later this year. Forgues will sit in the Cornwall area. She said in an interview when she was completing her schooling more than 30 years ago she had a choice between teaching and entering the legal field. “I was anxious to get married and start a family,” she said, adding a career in law would have required more schooling. “I opted for education and I loved my career.” But three decades of schools, classroom and students as both a teacher and a longtime principal are being traded for courtrooms, lawyers and prisoners beginning this spring with nine months of intensive training. “I always wanted to pursue the legal field,” said Forgues. “I’m still young and have the ability to give back to the community.” Her dream was no secret among family members, and it was her daughter-in-law Robyn Hurtubise who brought an ad to Forgues’ Cornwall home last year along with a strong suggestion that she file an application. “She was the real wind beneath my wings,” said Forgues, who is married to husband Jacques Frappier and has two children, daughter Cassandre and son Gabriel. A detailed application was filed with the Ministry

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“There is nothing more frustrating than going somewhere without Wi-Fi.” With more bandwidth and about 20 times the speed than one would have in a local restaurant or café, Alibrando explained that this system was designed specifically to meet the needs of busy healthcare organizations. “With this solution, we are able to keep medical devices, like IV pumps, on separate frequency channels, so the information is streamlined directly to the database. This will facilitate our initiatives moving forward,” he added. The system is also built with a secondary mainframe, so if for some reason the main system were to go offline, the back-up system would automatically detect it and turn itself on. “Anytime you’re dealing with any sort of critical electronics, having an extra level of preparedness and substructure is invaluable,” said Alan Greig, VP of Support Services.

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CORNWALL, Ontario – United Counties Warden Eric Duncan is concerned about the red tape being created as a result of wideranging accountability rules announced by Queen’s Park. Premier Kathleen Wynne stated the sweeping legislation, which would give Ontario’s ombudsman new powers to investigate municipalities, school boards, and publicly funded universities, is a way to ensure an open, accountable, and accessible government. The Association of Municipalities Ontario (AMO) sees it differently. They consider it an attempt to micromanage municipal

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the level of involvement from staff or the amount of money and time it’s going to take to do this,” said Duncan. “I’m always paranoid of the frivolous requests that come in.” He feels the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry (SDG) are getting a mixed message from the provincial government. Duncan was one of several representatives of the United Counties who recently returned from the annual Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) Conference in Toronto. An event he considers an opportune time to lobby the government and create awareness, particularly in advance of the provincial budget. Duncan noted that while at the conference, Brampton-Springdale MPP Linda Jeffries said she sees the municipal government as a mature

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CORNWALL, Ontario – Inspired by family tragedy, Angela Pilon is raising awareness and funds for mental health - and she’s not alone. Pilon’s mother, Monique Rozon, recently passed away after struggling with mental health issues. With a lot of help from her friends at A Lil’ Pole Fitness and Om Satya Yoga, 32-year-old Pilon was able to raise $1,200 for the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). The two local businesses turned their oneyear anniversary party on Friday into a tribute for Rozon – their former building owner, patron, and dear friend. “I never thought at a young age that I’d be burying my mom,” said Pilon. “The outpour of support from community members and businesses has really helped us through this difficult situation.” For Sandy Banga, owner of Om Satya Yoga, the event was a chance to take mental health awareness into her own hands. “Monique Rozon was not just the owner of this studio, but a great friend,” said Banga.


“I saw her going down. I saw what depression did to her and she went…without giving us any hints. I wanted the community to be aware of how much mental health can affect people.” Nancy Connah attended the event to support a fellow co-worker. She applauded the organizers for finding such an innovative and energetic way to promote good mental health. A Lil’ Pole Fitness and Om Satya Yoga’s first business anniversary (in memory of Rozon) featured contests, strength challenges, pole fitness and yoga demonstrations, a silent auction, and Indian head massages. “I learned a lot about mental health awareness thanks to the literature they had available,” said Connah. “I know some friends who need help and now I have the resources.” That was the silver lining Pilon was hoping for. “We’re trying to build awareness and make something positive out of a dark situation,” she said. “In her honour, we will promote mental health in hopes we can help at least one person.” Pilon encourages anyone wrestling with mental health issues to reach out to family members and accept help from others.

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WARRANT Adeel Asif, 21 of Montreal was arrested on March 10th, 2014 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged that on March 26th, 2013 the man failed to attend court as directed in order to answer to a dangerous drive charge. A warrant was issued for the arrest of the man as his whereabouts were unknown. On March 10th, 2014 the Cornwall Community Police attended Montreal and assumed custody of the man as Montreal had the man in custody on the strength of the warrant. He was transported to Cornwall and held for a bail hearing. A 30-year-old South Mountain man was arrested on March 10th, 2014 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged that during the month of February and March, 2014 the man continually contacted his ex-girlfriend who resides in Cornwall by way of phone calls despite having been warned by police not to. A warrant was issued for his arrest as his whereabouts were unknown. On March 10th, 2014 the Cornwall Community Police assumed custody of the man from the Winchester area OPP as they had the man in custody on the strength of the warrant. He was transported to Cornwall and held for a bail hearing. His name was not released as it might identify the victim in the matter. BREACH Shawnna Chartrand, 21 of Cornwall was arrested on March 7th, 2014 and charged with failing to appear for prints. It is alleged that on February 25th, 2014 the woman failed to attend for prints as required and an investigation ensued. On March 7th, 2014 the woman attended police headquarters to deal with the matter. She was taken into custody, charged accordingly and later released to appear in court on a later date.

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Cricketers the stars of International Sport Day CORNWALL, Ontario - CORNWALL, Ontario - For Jamshed Sadiq the chance to get out on the field for a cricket match in Canada, in March, is a rare thing. To play the game with a bunch of Canadians who didn’t know the first thing about cricket, the opportunity was even more unique. About 30 cricket players from far-off places like Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka took part in International Sport Day at the Benson Centre. The event was hosted by the Local Immigration Partnership, a branch of the Eastern Ontario Training Board, as a chance to get people from different ethnicities taking

part in sporting events. Both soccer and cricket were played Sunday afternoon - but the focus was reserved for cricket, a sport which few Canadians have ever played, and even fewer understand. “It’s nice to bring people together to do things like this,” said Sadiq, part of a mixed bag of players from both overseas and the Cornwall area which took the field. “Canada is really in the building process with cricket. “But it is getting better.” And he added the opportunity to break down cultural barriers is important. “If you interact with guys from a good team, they can help to build bridges,” he said.

That sentiment was music to the ears of Kimberly Vass, project delivery assistant with the training board, which organized the event in conjunction with local sponsors like Supply Chain Management and Kensington Park Recruitment. “We were thrilled to see so many smiling faces out today,” she said. “It shows that regardless of background, people can find common ground and have a good time.” Jamshed Sadiq gives Jordan Rupert some tips on how to properly hold a cricket bat, at International Sport Day, held at the Benson Centre in Cornwall.








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It’s time to revamp the nomination process for municipal elections Todd Lihou TODD.LIHOU@TC.TC

When I was in Grade 5 a collection of us got together and decided it would be a good idea to organize an election for class president – probably because the evening before we had seen an episode of the Cosby Show or Diff’rent Strokes that dealt with similar subject matter. After the morning recess it was all but assured (as far as students were concerned) we would be holding an election, and by the time the bell rang for classes to resume in the afternoon, I was convinced I had the support necessary to make a run for president. I had campaigned for support and curried favours from just about everyone in Andy Petepiece’s class – so victory was mine. But Petepiece had other plans. “Sir, can we elect a class president?” “No.” And thus ended my fledgling political career before it even got started. It taught me a backhanded lesson about politics that still kind of resonates today: do your homework, and find out which way the wind is blowing before getting excited about something – even an election campaign. I bring this up because it’s time to consider changing the process in which municipal candidates find themselves running for office and turn the nomination process into something that actually resembles its

namesake. The way it works now is a candidate shows up at city hall, plunks down their money ($200 for mayor, $100 for councillors) and signs on the bottom – whamo, they’re deemed a candidate. Of course the city clerk has to sign off on the nomination and make it legal, but that’s basically a rubber stamp affair. The problem I have with the process is that it’s not really a nomination, because in reality a candidate is nominating themselves. There’s no oversight, even early in the process, to ensure the electorate is getting good bang for their voting buck. It seems clear to me that even before their name appears on the ballot candidates should be campaigning for support. Which is why I think candidates should be mandated to collect 25 or even 30 signatures from residents within the riding before they can file their nomination papers. That’s not a huge number, when you consider it takes thousands of votes (4,000 is typically the threshold to squeak into the final council position) to actually win a seat at the table. But it serves as an early indication as to how successful your campaign will ultimately be, because if you can’t get 30 people to sign your papers in the early going, how do you expect to convince another 4,000 you’re worthy of the job?

I’m not exactly re-inventing the wheel here. If you want to run as a candidate in a federal election you have to get a whopping 100 signatures (50 if you’re in a remote district) that must be duly witnessed before your name can appear on a ballot. City hall requires signatures on a petition when it considers a complaint from residents on anything from sidewalk repairs to a new skateboard park. So why are we letting anybody with $200 burning a hole in their pocket and the ability to sign their name suddenly become a candidate? I’m as democratic as the next guy, and this missive is not an attempt to short-circuit an election process that has brought us a slew of competent (and some not-so competent) leaders over the years. But changing the nomination process can serve to protect us from wasting time on people who have no business on the list, and others who need to be protected from themselves. Years ago the Standard-Freeholder was approached with concerns from family members when a candidate for political office

Oscars 2014 - What a show! Sultan Jessa Opinion


I am not a huge fan of the Oscars but I found the 2014 Academy Awards ceremony hosted by Ellen DeGeneres neat and entertaining. It was a near perfect presentation viewed by millions of people around the world. DeGeneres opened the show and entertained people with razor sharp jokes. She spent a great deal of time poking fun at some of the best known stars. The host recalled how Jennifer Lawrence tripped last year when

heading to the stage to accept her statuette. “If you win tonight, we should bring you the Oscar,” she quipped. One entertaining moment was the encounter with the pizza delivery man. No one thought this was for real. But, Edgar Martirosyan, the owner of Bi Mama’s and Papa’s Pizzeria in West Hollywood, showed up with several pizzas. The next day he collected more than $1,000 in tips from DeGeneres, Brad Pitt and others. The owner of the pizzeria said he was surprised and shocked, calling the experience “cool.” The exposure was a big moment and excellent for business. He even got calls from his home country of Armenia and Russia. Martirosyan said he will share the

tips with his staff. This was the biggest tip he had ever received. My personal best moment was the recognition of the great American film star Sidney Poitier. I met Poitier in Dar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania, when I was a young reporter. Poitier, accompanied by Angelina Jolie, presented the best director award to Alfonso Cuaron, who became the first Latino to win the most sought after and prestigious award for “Gravity.” This came 50 years after Poitier became the first African-American to win the best actor award for “Lilies in the Field,” in 1964. This was a historic win for Poitier. Some people were offended when Poitier received the

was spouting off about the problems at city hall. The candidate’s arguments weren’t being questioned, but the family had legitimate worries about the candidate’s state of mind. The candidate ultimately lost, but I would argue they probably shouldn’t have been on the ballot in the first place. Municipal elections in Ontario are governed by Queen’s Park in Toronto, by way of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, as well as the Municipal Elections Act. It would take a provincial-level decision to effect change to the nomination process in Ontario municipalities. But it should still happen. During the 2010 municipal elections in Ontario more than 8,000 candidates ran for positions on councils and school boards. In 2014, Ontarians will elect approximately 2,800 council members and 700 school board trustees across the province. They should all be seeking support to govern our communities before their name even appears on the ballot.

award. That was the world in 1964. When this film came out, inter-racial marriage was still illegal in 17 states. The last time Poitier appears at the Oscars was in 2002 when he received an honorary Oscar. In recent years many African-American have won many top awards at the Oscars. I spent many years in Kenya before coming to Canada. I was also happy to see a Kenyan, Lupita Nyong’o win the Oscar for the best supporting actress for her role in “12 Years A Slave.” “You are the pride of Africa,” exclaimed Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta. Nyong’o has been considered a front runner in a category that included Jennifer Lawrence and Julia Roberts.

Letters to the Editor

Do your homework before turning over your prized possessions Dear editor: Having a piece of jewelry professionally created with old pieces can be a very exciting experience. Unfortunately, mine was not. Before handing over your jewelry, take pictures, know what you have, get a second opinion, shop around, know their reputation, policies and bring a witness. Find out if someone else had something made and what their experience was like before making your

final decision. I did none of the above and I put my total trust in this professional. I felt confident choosing this business, due to having dealt with them before, their seemingly good reputation, the fact that all work is done on the premises and that they have been around for a few years. Months later I am to pay for and pick up my beautiful piece. We had agreed on

a price but surprisingly the price had now increased. It was mentioned that I had agreed to modifications to the piece and to the new price as well as to the method of payment. This was not the case at all. The worst part is when I asked for the two stones from my mother’s ring that were not used for my new piece, to be returned to me. I was told that they had been returned.

How on earth could I forget all that? With no proof or documentation, it’s my word against this professional. I wish this on nobody and hope that my experience can be a learning one for others. We have many honest, professional jewelers in Cornwall — please do your homework before handing over your family jewels. Louise D’Aoust Cornwall

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Now this is interesting. The man who owns a slew of ultrapatriotic, flag-waving newspapers - and a TV station - outside Quebec, mostly in Ontario, the Cornwall Standard-Freeholder included, has thrown his support behind a political party hell bent on breaking up the country. Pierre-Karl Peladeau, major shareholder of Quebecor, announced on the weekend that he is running as a PartiQuebecois (aka separatist) candidate in St. Jerome. If he wins, as expected, he will for certain hold a high-profile cabinet post in a PQ government, perhaps finance minister, given his business background. He might be the person spearheading the next referendum for the separatists. He said his goal is to give his children a country (Quebec) that they can be proud of. In other words, Peladeau and his kids aren’t proud to be part of Canada. That kind of trash talk, for a guy whose company does so much business outside Quebec, is bound to have a backlash. Don’t be surprised if there is talk of a boycott of Sun Media in Ontario and other parts of Canada. The official company line is that Peladeau has stepped aside as the hands-on owner of Sun Media but that doesn’t change the fact that his ghost still haunts the editorial boardrooms. It doesn’t change the fact that he owns the chain. Hard to believe that he will shrug off any unsavoury comments made by the people who work for him. Don’t expect to see Sun media tabloid headlines along the lines of “Sun owner wants to break up Canada” or “Sun’s PKP a traitor.” Will Sun TV pit bull Ezra Levant turn his wrath on Peladeau?

More than likely Sun Media editorial folks will proceed with caution when it comes to putting personal knocks on Peladeau and his rush to break up Canada. After all, this is the guy who once sent a text message to S-F publisher Milton Ellis around 2 a.m. to complain about something he read in the paper. Another publisher once received a message at 3 a.m. demanding to know why money was used to purchased T-shirts for a charity. He is the guy who ordered water coolers to be removed from all his newspaper offices because they were deemed an unnecessary expense and who decreed that TV sets in newsrooms had to be tuned to the third-rate Sun TV at all times. The running joke in Sun Media newsrooms was that if Peladeau had been successful in his bid to purchased the Montreal Canadiens, the team would have been order to play with 2 1/2 lines and use Bearskin Airline. Perhaps the billionaire media mogul is tired of the news game, at least outside Quebec, and is laying the groundwork for his exit. In the meantime, folks running Sun newspapers outside Quebec can only hope that PKP stops talking about making life better for his kids in a Republic of Quebec. IN THE REAR-VIEW MIRROR Halliwell’s Tire and Brake Shop at Sydney and Water streets owned an operated by Earl and Bill Halliwell who took over the business from their father Ashworth. It was erased from the landscape when Cornwall Square was built and Sydney Street was re-aligned. A large chunk of Central (Horovitz) Park went with it. ... The Deebank family’s Western Tire store on Pitt Street and Bob Bough’s eatery a couple of doors down. ... The Colonial Coach bus terminal and lunch counter on Second Street next to Shirley’s Restaurant, a popular hangout for teens. ROUND’N’BOUT City council spent more time discussing grants to outside agencies

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La ville entreprend des rénovations des égouts pluviaux à Legion Park La ville de Cornwall désire informer ses concitoyens que des travaux ont été entrepris pour améliorer un drain d’égout pluvial dans le secteur de Legion Park, près des terrains de baseball. Dans le cadre de ce projet, un drain d’égout pluvial est ajouté au fossé le long

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Bravo à Lauryn Campbell-Tyrell et Jacob Sauvé, des élèves de 5e année de l’école élémentaire catholique Sainte-Lucie, qui ont gagné au niveau du district et au niveau régional. Félicitations! Vous êtes des champions!

Le 6 mars, les Dragons ont célébré la venue du congé d’hiver au carnaval hivernal mis sur pied par le GDE. Les élèves ont participé à des activés à l’intérieur et à l’extérieur et on même dégusté des queues de castors! Nous tenons à souhaiter un bon congé d’hiver à nos Dragons!

Improvisation mixte qui a pour titre… CORNWALL, Ontario - La Ligue d’improvisation du CSDCEO va bon train! Sept écoles secondaires participantes, s’affrontant lors de sept tournois amicaux et offrant sept journées de spectacles époustouflants… Voilà en quoi consiste cette ligue d’improvisation, qui a vu le jour il y a environ dix ans. Les tournois de la ligue d’improvisation ont lieu mensuellement, dès le début de l’année scolaire jusqu’au mois de mai et prennent place, à tour de rôle, dans chacune des écoles secondaires participantes. À chaque rencontre, les élèves talentueux représentant les sept écoles secondaires divertissent leur public avec des improvisations colorées, inspirées par une catégorie-vedette attitrée au moment du tournoi en cours. Les pointages sont compilés, pour ultimement déterminer les deux équipes finalistes qui s’affronteront dans le cadre du tournoi final de la saison qui aura lieu à l’École secondaire catholique La Citadelle , à Cornwall, le 22 avril 2014. « Le CSDCEO est fier d’offrir à ses

élèves l’occasion de participer à cette ligue d’improvisation, qui leur permet de s’épanouir en français et ainsi, associer la langue française au plaisir. Des activités comme celle-ci sont idéales pour maximiser le rapport positif que les élèves entretiennent envers leur langue, soit l’un de nos objectifs stratégiques. Je tiens à remercier tous les membres du personnel et les bénévoles qui contribuent à faire de cette activité un succès. », de dire M. François Turpin, directeur de l’éducation et secrétaire. Le Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien est le plus grand réseau d’écoles de langue française dans les cinq comtés de Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott et Russell, et assure l’éducation à plus de 10 000 élèves, répartis dans 25 écoles élémentaires et 8 écoles secondaires. Nos élèves acquièrent des valeurs catholiques, une excellente maîtrise du français et de l’anglais, menant à un bilinguisme de haut niveau qui permet à nos jeunes diplômés de faire carrière dans les deux langues officielles du Canada.

Dates des séances d’information pour l’inscription à l’école catholique CORNWALL, Ontario - Il est temps d’inscrire votre enfant à l’école catholique de langue française pour la rentrée scolaire de septembre 2014. Février est le mois des

inscriptions pour les écoles du Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien (CSDCEO). Le thème de cette année est « L’école catholique, ça c’est moi! ».

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Chaque école catholique de langue française offre une session d’information pour les parents. Pour en savoir davantage à ce sujet, veuillez consulter la rubrique « Séances d’information » du site Web du CSDCEO au Les écoles catholiques de langue française offrent des programmes pour la réussite de tous les élèves, tant au palier élémentaire que secondaire. Avec un meilleur départ dans nos garderies et centres éducatifs et un programme à temps plein pour les élèves de la maternelle et du jardin, nos élèves acquièrent des valeurs catholiques, une excellente maîtrise du français et un bilinguisme de haut niveau. Au terme de leurs études, nos élèves reçoivent une certification en bilinguisme, attestant leur compétence à s’exprimer, à lire et à écrire en

français et en anglais. Nous vous rappelons qu’en vertu de la Loi sur l’éducation, votre enfant doit être âgé de 4 ans au 31 décembre 2014 pour fréquenter la maternelle et de 5 ans toujours à la même date, pour être admis au jardin d’enfants. Le Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien est le plus grand réseau d’écoles de langue française dans les cinq comtés de Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott et Russell, et assure l’éducation à plus de 10 000 élèves, répartis dans 25 écoles élémentaires et 8 écoles secondaires. Nos élèves acquièrent des valeurs catholiques, une excellente maîtrise du français et de l’anglais, menant à un bilinguisme de haut niveau qui permet à nos jeunes diplômés de faire carrière dans les deux langues officielles du Canada. - Cornwall Express - le jeudi 13 mars 2014 -


Marc Carrière veut un statut


particulier en éducation

d’étudiants poursuivent la formation de troisième et quatrième année en médecine avec McGill au CSSS de Gatineau. Il en a par ailleurs profité pour décocher quelques flèches au Parti Québécois. Selon le candidat libéral, ces derniers affirment ne pas savoir s’ils auront la somme nécessaire. «S’ils n’ont pas l’argent, c’est de leur faute, il ne crée pas de richesse. Nous on va en créer de la richesse», ajoute-t-il. Celui qui sollicite un troisième mandat dans le comté de Chapleau a profité de son lancement de campagne pour faire un retour sur les réalisations des dernières années dans la circonscription. Marc Carrière a lancé sa campagne au Complexe Branchaud-Brière


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Le candidat libéral dans Chapleau, Marc Carrière aimerait bien voir la région de l’Outaouais être doté d’un statut particulier en éducation. Étant donné la proximité de la région avec l’Ontario, le député sortant croit qu’il est important de faire comme dans le domaine de la santé, qui bénéficie déjà d’un statut particulier. «Avec notre réalité frontalière, on a besoin d’un statut particulier, autant dans l’analyse des programmes, ne pas se comparer avec le reste du Québec, mais se comparer avec notre réalité avec la frontière de l’Ontario», précise Marc Carrière. Le candidat libéral estime qu’il faudra aussi ajouter des infrastructures dans un futur rapproché. Marc Carrière a par ailleurs profité de son lancement de campagne mardi matin au Complexe Branchaud-Brière pour s’engager à avoir la faculté complète de médecine satellite de l’Université McGill dans les délais prévus. «Il faut que McGill se prépare, on ne fait pas ça du jour au lendemain, précise-t-il. Donc, c’est autour de 2016-2017. On est déjà en 2014, donc c’est un deux à trois ans pour McGill, pour l’UQO et la région pour se préparer et pour être prêt pour accueillir les premiers étudiants de première et deuxième année.» Rappelons que déjà une vingtaine

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Le 26 février 2014 tous les élèves de l’école Rose des Vents ont participé à une journée olympique. Les élèves étaient regroupés en équipe par province. Chaque équipe avait des élèves de la maternelle à la deuxième année et les autres des élèves de la troisième à la sixième année. Nous avons débuté la journée avec une cérémonie d’ouverture des jeux au gymnase. Après la cérémonie, les équipes de la troisième à la sixième année ont été à l’extérieur de 9h30 à 11h30 pendant que les équipes de la maternelle à la deuxième année étaient à l’intérieur. Après le dîner, les

équipes de la troisième à la sixième année sont restés à l’intérieur et celles de la maternelle à la deuxième année ont participé aux activités à l’extérieur. À l’extérieur, les équipes ont joué au bobsleigh, au biathlon, au ski acrobatique, au ski de fond, au ski alpin et au curling. À l’intérieur, il y avait le skeleton, le patinage artistique, le patinage courte piste, le saut à ski, le hockey et la luge. Nous avons beaucoup aimé le ski acrobatique car il y avait une variété d’obstacles à contourner. Nous avons aussi aimé le skeleton parce que c’était amusant de rouler sur les rouli-roulants! Nous avons eu une magnifique journée des olympiques! Merci aux enseignantes Mme France Sabourin, Mme Brigitte Clermont et Mme Caroline Samson-Bélair qui ont organisé cette belle journée!

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Entente hors cour

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La Commission scolaire des Draveurs (CSD) a conclu des ententes hors cour avec CIMA+ et Boless dans le dossier de l’école de Cantley. Aucun chiffre n’a été dévoilé en raison de l’entente de confidentialité entre les différents partis, mais des compensations sont offertes par CIMA+ à la CSD. Cette entente concerne le dossier de la nouvelle école primaire de la CSD en construction depuis la fin 2012 à Cantley. En janvier 2013, les travaux de construction avaient été arrêtés jusqu’en avril 2013. C’est le ministère du Développement durable et de l’Environnement qui avait fait arrêter les travaux à cause d’un problème avec le champ d’épuration prévu pour desservir cette nouvelle école non conforme aux normes. Une nouvelle technique pour le

champ d’épuration avait dû être trouvée et être approuvée par le ministère. C’est la firme CIMA + qui avait conseillé la CSD dans l’élaboration du projet. La firme Boless, pour sa part, était responsable de la construction de l’école et les retards dans les travaux avaient engendré des coûts additionnels pour cette firme, d’où cette entente hors cour. Selon les informations dévoilées par la commission scolaire, CIMA + donnerait une compensation touchant presque tous les coûts additionnels liés à l’arrêt des travaux. La CSD paye un certain montant à Boless pour des coûts additionnels qui ne seraient pas liés directement à la fermeture. «C’est une entente satisfaite pour tout le monde», a commenté le président de la CSD, Julien Croteau. Prévu pour accueillir ses premiers

école Cantley élèves à la rentrée scolaire 2013, ce nouvel établissement scolaire de la CSD n’a pu être prêt à temps en raison de l’arrêt des travaux, ce qui a retardé son ouverture à septembre 2014. La commission scolaire avait dû aussi apporter des modifications dans d’autres écoles pour faire face aux surplus d’élèves.

en discussion avec d’autres villes concernant la construction d’une autre école. Cette dernière pourrait se retrouver à nouveau dans un secteur rural où la présence d’un champ d’épuration sera nécessaire. «La Commission scolaire a appris de cette situation-là, assure Julien Croteau. Autant dans notre embauche des professionnels que dans les échanges avec les différents ministères. On Apprentissage La Commission scolaire des Draveurs est va avoir une vigilance accrue.»

Encourager la Soupe populaire de Hull… en relaxant Le samedi 22 mars à l’hôtel DoubleTree (anciennement Château Cartier) aura lieu le Rassemblement yoga IV de 8h à 12h45. Cet événement, qui vient en aide financièrement à la Soupe populaire de Hull, permet aux néophytes et aux habitués du yoga de tester différents types de relaxation à l’aide de sessions de hatha flot, du yoga ashtanga ou

encore d’ateliers de méditation. «On veut offrir un produit yoga de grande qualité. On veut que les gens en aient pour leur argent. Ils ne font pas seulement un don, ça leur permet de s’impliquer et de faire une activité», indique Luc Provençal, trésorier de l’organisme et initiateur de ce projet. Ce dernier souhaitait organiser une activité

de financement qui se démarque des autres. Des tournois de golf et des soupers spaghetti, ça fonctionne, mais ce n’est pas original, selon lui. Depuis les dernières années, la situation empire pour la Soupe populaire de Hull. L’an dernier, elle servait 47 000 repas. Cette année, elle devrait dépasser le cap des 50 000. Le tout

avec un budget moins important. Présenté pour la première fois à l’hôtel du secteur d’Aylmer, le Rassemblement yoga IV se déroulera dans six salles différentes. Les personnes intéressées auront donc un éventail d’options qui variera entre débutant et avancé. Les organisateurs attendent au moins 200 personnes. Centre culturel de Cornwall 124, rue Anthony, Cornwall, ON K6H 5K1 (613) 932-9106 Partir d’un bon pas 610A avenue McConnell, Cornwall, ON K6H 4M1 (613) 938-2000

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A donation of $1,000 was made to Hospice/Carefor Cornwall by Realtors of Exsellence Team Realty Inc., Brokerage. From left are Vicki VanderVeen, Sales Representative; Maryse Gagnon-Ruest, Broker/Owner; Sandy Collette, Fundraising Co-ordinator for Hospice Cornwall; and Hana Novotny, Broker of Record.


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The Shaker hymn, “Tis a gift to be simple” isn’t referring to things, but to a way of living. However, this week I’m going to sing the praises of simplicity, a feature not common to today’s life-style and consumer products. Does your new car have the gift of simplicity, especially when some red flashing lights appear on the instrument panel? Have you mastered the complexity of your computer? Is your income tax form something simple to fill out? Let me share with you some of my favourite things, no, not “Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens…” I mean my favourite simple things.

High on my list of favourite simple things is the pry bar, known as ‘the lever’ in my grade XIII physics class. When used in conjunction with ‘a fulcrum’, I was taught that, if applied properly, in accordance with The Law of the Lever, I could move the world. To tell you the truth, I haven’t even tried that yet, but I have used my seven foot long pry bar along with some strategically positioned bricks or blocks of wood to achieve some very impressive lifts. A friend’s back deck had shifted and sunk. She was unable to get a front end loader into her backyard, because the space between the adjacent houses was too narrow. By applying our combined weight at the far end of the bar, we were able to lift and shift the deck sufficiently to insert concrete pads underneath it, thereby levelling it. Whenever I try to plant a tree or a flagpole or a fencepost at my Glengarry home, slightly below the topsoil there will inevitably lurk a

rock, stone or boulder. Some are larger than the first prize pumpkins at the Williamstown Fair. As the provided photograph shows, my team of pry bar, wooden blocks and shovel managed to disinter it and relocate it. My pry bar needs no batteries, no lubrication, no annual tune-ups, no periodic paint job and no periodic upgrades. I could bequeath it to my grandchildren (if I ever have any). It’s something I could have inherited from my grandfather if he had brought it over from Ukraine. It is more useful than any other tool or device I have ever owned. Could you say the same thing of any electronic or mechanical device you have ever owned? In some future column, or if we ever get to share the light and warmth of a campfire, I’d like to sing the praises of three other simple things that I have. Do you have any idea what they might be?

OUT! – Little by little, this massive boulder was exposed by vigorous shovelling, then gradually elevated out of the hole by the combined application of the Law of the Lever, a pry bar that is taller than I am and a series of strategically placed fulcrums. (Photo by Nick Wolochatiuk)

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Religion & Obituaries ROSE, Jean Passed away on Thursday, March 6, 2014. Jean (Day) Rose of Cornwall, age 87 years. Loving wife of the late Albert Rose. Dear mother of Tim Rose (Charlene), Jon Rose (Monique) and Dan Rose. Will be sadly missed by her grandchildren Jeff, Jeremy (Brett) and Jen (Devin) and her great-grandchildren Max and Abby. Cremation. Funeral arrangements under the care and direction of Lahaie & Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, West Branch, Cornwall. Spring Interment will be held at a later date. COUSINEAU, Betty Passed away at the Hospice Cornwall surrounded by her family on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Betty Cousineau (née Lavigne) of Moose Creek, age 75 years. Beloved wife of the late William (Bill) Cousineau. Loving

Marlene Boileau July 26, 1962March 8, 2009

Loving memories never die As years roll on and days pass by. In our hearts a memory is kept Of the ones we love and will never forget. Now resting at Woodlawns Cemetery.

DELORME, Gerald (Gerry) Abraham Mr. Abraham Gerald Delorme passed away on Sunday, March 9, 2014 at the Cornwall Community Hospital McConnell Site, age 73 years. Beloved husband of Helen (née Lapierre) Delorme. Dear brother of Noel (Alice), Jackie (Delores) and Anita Delorme (Bernard). Predeceased by his parents Abraham and Jeanne (née Houle) Delorme and one sister Liette Bazinet (Francis). In keeping with Gerry’s wishes, Cremation has taken place. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Wilson Funeral Home, Cornwall. RICHARD, Violet Passed away peacefully at her residence on Friday, March 7, 2014, age 91 years. Violet Richard (née Hill) of Morrisburg. Beloved wife of the late Fred Richard. Loved and cherished mother of Bob Richard (Linda) of Nepean and


From your loving husband Richard, family, friends and God Child. 5485966 mother of Brenda Sloan (Karl) of Alexandria, Barrie Cousineau (Doris) of Cornwall, Marilyn Cousineau of Winchester and Donna Leroux (Claude) of Maxville. Survived by seven grandchildren Chad, Emily, Justin, Brittany, Peter, Heather and Bradley, by six great-grandchildren and by one expected greatgrandchild. Predeceased by three brothers Frederick, Roderick and Wilfred Lavigne and by three sisters Eva St. John, Irene Lavigne and Claudette Lavigne. Rested at the Munro & Morris Funeral Homes Ltd., Maxville Branch. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church, Moose Creek on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Cremation.

Nancy Richard (Yvan) of Morrisburg. To honour Mrs. Richard’s wishes, a Graveside Service will be held at the National Field of Honour Cemetery in Pointe-Claire, Quebec at a later date. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Brownlee Funeral Home, MacDougall Chapel. BARON, James Mr. James David Baron passed away in Cornwall on Saturday, March 8, 2014 with his family by his side at the age of 53 years. Beloved husband of Darleen (née Bergeron) Baron. Loved father of Jesse (Lee-Anne) and CarrieLynn. Dear brother of Stephan (Victoria). Cherished grandfather of Dakota, Hailie and Bentley. Predeceased by his parents Gerald and Helen (née Chamberot) Baron. Rested at the Wilson Funeral Home, Cornwall. James will be sadly missed by his nieces, nephews and friends. The celebration of his life was held in the Chapel of the Wilson Funeral Home on Tuesday, March 11, 2014. Cremation. PAUL, Gerald Gerald Paul passed away on Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at the age of 72 years. Beloved son of the late Marguerite Tassé and the late Isrël Paul. Dear brother of Andre Paul (Gail) and Roger Paul (Annette) both of Cornwall. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by one brother: Raymond and three sisters: Evelyn, Gisèle and Denise. Local Cremation has already taken place. Rested at Boulerice Funeral Home Ltd., Cornwall. The Liturgy of the Word was held on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 in the Memorial Chapel of Boulerice Funeral Home. MATTE, Gisele (Perras) Passed away at the Cornwall Community Hospital on Sunday, March 2, 2014, age 69 years. Beloved wife of the late Edouard Matte. Dear mother of Jean Matte (Debbie), Allain Matte (Penny), Normand Matte (Kathy Schipilow) and Lee Anne Jolicoeur (Michel). Sadly missed by numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Also survived by one

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Cornwall Sports Hall of Fame — Class of 2014 The Induction Committee of the Cornwall Sports Hall of Fame has selected the Class of 2014 for Induction on August 16, 2014. We are very happy with our list of Athletes and Builders, which includes four hockey players. The selection committee received several new names for 2014, names that reach into the history of sports in our area.Some of our new class, not only played, but helped build their respective sports as well. Please welcome our new class, of which, two of our athletes/builders will be inducted posthumously. Tickets for the Benson Hall of Fame induction dinner will be $50 and details will follow. Brian Tardiff - Builder Girls Hockey - A solid fastball player throughout his career in the CCSL & JDFL - Brian turned his talents to promoting and coaching the Girls Softball and Hockey programs into what they are today. Roger Guevremont - Builder Curling – Roger has been involved as a volunteer in many sports organizing events and conducting clinics - 40 years of playing and helping to grow the game of curling - Roger spent countless hours helping our youth learn the game and started the school initiation program. He was the 2002 Lions Sportsman of the year. Wayne MacDonald – Football – Wayne starred as a offensive lineman during his years at SLHS. After his Junior and University football career, Wayne became an Athletic director and coach at St. Francis Xavier University and was the Defensive co-ordinator at Acadia when they won the National Championship in 1981. Jack Entwistle – Football/Builder (posthumously) Played HS football at SLHS

Minor Midgets and was drafted by the Oshawa Generals in the third round of the 1985 draft. He spent four years with the Oshawa Generals – scored a goal in his 2ndNHL game with Winnipeg, then spent five years AHL/IHL/ SMLIIGA. Ian MacInnis – Hockey/Builder -1982 was part of the (then) highest scoring line in OHL history with Doug Gilmour & Steve Driscoll – Signed by Chicago, Ian played one season in Peoria, before an injury ended his playing career. Took over the Colts franchise and led the Colts to the National Championship final in 2013 and was coach of Team Canada East 2013. Marc Crawford – Hockey - Two time Memorial Cup winner, Marc captained the Royals in 1981. Scored over 200 points in 3 seasons and coached the Royals from 1989-

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613-932-3451. CASINO TRIP to Rideau Carleton on Saturday, March 29, bus departs at 9:30am. For more info, call 613-932-6534. “Bring a friend or two.” Proceeds toward St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre. CORNWALL TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY The next meeting will be held at the Heritage Center at St. Andrew’s on Tuesday, March 25 at 7:30pm. Guest speaker: writer Jennifer DeBruin. Info: KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ~ Thursday Wing Night, 5:30pm-9:30pm. Catering available for all occasions. 205 Amelia St. 613-932-7600. THE PATRONS OF ST. COLUMBAN FOUNDATION invites you to a Chicken Dinner Fundraiser for the restoration of our historic St. Columban’s Church hosted by the Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 297, 415 Second St. West, Cornwall, 4:30-6:30pm, Sunday, April 6. Info Brian 613-933-8353. BILL GAITHER & HIS GROUP IN TORONTO March 15 at Queensway Cathedral Church, at the bus will be leaving the First Baptist Church at 8am on Sat., March 15. The Tour included. Info: 613-932-0427. SPIRIT IN UNITY presents “Western Night”, Saturday, April 19, Royal Canadian Legion, Cornwall, 6pm. Dance, Pulled Pork BBQ, Live Music with Switchgear, Silent Auction. Tickets $20, includes supper. Info 613537-8672. LONG SAULT PENTECOSTAL CHURCH invites you to a “ Community Hymn Sing “, Sunday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments following. Info: call 613-534-2622. Wheelchair accessible. INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION at Knox-St. Paul’s United

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CORNWALL, Ontario - With a focus on gluten-free living, more vendors, more information and a more accommodating venue, the second annual Healthy Living Wellness Fair promises to be even bigger and better, this year. “Due to the overwhelming success and response to our fair, last year, we quickly realized the yearly need for this kind of event,” said Sylvie Thibert, even co-organizer, and local Health Nut, who explained that last year’s fair saw 400 visitors in just three hours. As well as medical professionals, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage and physio therapists, Reiki practitioners and others, there will be organic farmers, and health-food vendors, geared to those living with celiac disease or have gluten intolerances. The main goal of this event is for you to meet many local, health-minded professionals and individuals right here in your own community and surrounding area, explained Thibert. As well, this year, there will be health,

beauty and fitness experts, a kids zone, and the addition of local artisans, artists, musicians and craft vendors. “They’ll surely add a nice touch to the fair,” she said. In all, there will be approximately 60 vendors. Guest speaker for the event is Kathy Smart (nee Burgess) a local woman who is very much in demand. Called North America’s glutenfree expert, Smart, the best-selling author of gluten/wheat-free cookbooks, speaks at expos around the world, and has also appeared on the Dr. Oz show. Smart will be hosting a one-hour talk from 12:00noon to 1:00. Seating is limited, therefor, first come, first serve. There is a $5 admission fee for the presentation. Admission to the fair is a minimum donation of two dollars. All proceeds will benefit Maison Baldwin House. Organizers are hoping to raise over 2000. The second annual Healthy Living Wellness Fair will be held on Saturday, April 5, from 11am to 3pm, at Agora Centre, 301 McConnell Ave., in Cornwall (formerly Nativity Church Hall, above the bowling alley).

Pictured (L-R) are Rommy Clark, acting executive director, Maison Baldwin House; Sylvie Thibert, event co-coordinator, Health Nut; Mary Brink, leader of the local celiac group, Canadian Celiac Association; Michelle Duchesne, public education and volunteer coordinator, Maison Baldwin House.

Beatles tribute show to celebrate 50 years of the Fab Four Todd Lihou

CORNWALL, Ontario - A Beatles tribute show to mark the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four will take place next month at The Port theatre in Cornwall. REVOLUTION: A Tribute to The Beatles, will take place April 11 and tickets go on sale Monday at noon at the theatre box office. “Fifty years ago The Beatles kicked off a worldwide phenomenon that has never really ended and they still remain the biggest name in rock and roll,” said Mark A. MacDonald,

volunteer co-ordinator for The Port. “Jeff Brunet, Brock Frost and a few dedicated volunteers are doing what they can to make sure the Port Theatre remains a vibrant part of our local cultural scene.” The Port Theatre has been a local landmark for over 70 years and the Beatles show is being used as a fundraiser to help keep pace with upkeep at the facility. “We are honoured to have Mr. Brock Frost as our special guest emcee for this event and all of the proceeds will be used to support the Port and their efforts to upgrade to a digital system,” MacDonald said. TC Media is helping to sponsor the event.

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In the last article I reviewed a very important aspect connected to maximizing your sports performance and that was sleep. Today it’s obvious that many believe that the more you push the human body, the better it operates but unfortunately this isn’t the case. The cycle of improved sports performance does include vigorous training but the benefits of training can only be realized when the body is given what it needs to repair from the stress caused by the training. This is simple stuff yet overtraining, without proper recuperation, is the norm.

food. Unfortunately when the body is faced with consuming non food like things, one of the body’s reactions is to lower testosterone and increase estrogen. So when you don’t eat real food, the hormones that make you stronger (testosterone) go down and the hormones that make you fatty, weak and retain water (estrogen) go up. That alone should be motivation enough for every athlete to start understanding what real food is and isn’t. Basically if food was touched by anyone other than the farmer before it hits your plate, it’s either not real food or most likely has lost some of its’ vitality along the way. The vitality in food is what helps the body heal so the more vital and alive the food, the better it is for you. Items that are alive rot, so things that rot quickly are the best things to eat because you want live food.



levels of sport. No one is to blame and education is the key. Our over training mentality reflects our general societal ideology that “more” is always better. For coaches wanting to know learn more about optimal performance they should look into courses from sports performance icon Charles Poliquin and health icon Paul Chek. A big factor that increases recuperation from sports is food quality. Food quality is key to becoming a better functioning human being on all levels. Just like a world class race car, fuel quality makes all the difference and inferior fuel can destroy the engine. The same thing goes for what an athlete places in their mouth. The first step is to understand that the human body is designed to digest food and not food like things. You can stick many things into the mouth but they all don’t qualify as


I remember a story of one of the world’s most elite performance and strength coaches being invited to Calgary to train one of our Olympic teams many years ago. The coach immediately assessed the old training schedule (and the results of the team….which were not good) and declared instantly that the entire team was overtraining. That top performance coach (a literal God in strength training and performance circles around the world,) was immediately released from his duties, the team continued to over train and at the next Olympics the results were dismal once more. The team again turned to this performance coach, he accepted the job for the second time, the team exercised less (plus improved their recuperation protocols) and the results were noticed on the podium. Over training isn’t just occurring at lower

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3233 MaIN ST. aVONMORE. Great starter or retirement home. Many renovations. Spacious kitchen and living room on main floor. Modern colors. Large bathroom with main floor laundry. 2 bedrooms upstairs with built-in wardrobe in smaller room. All fenced in yard with above ground pool and interlocking patio area. Large 18` x 24` shed and 1 small utility shed. Awaiting a new family. Don’t miss this one.... MLS# L0560. $129,900.

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305 fIfTH ST W. Many upgrades to this home located in a nice area! 3 Bedrooms, detached garage, fenced in yard, windows (2014), furnace (2014), propane insert until gas can be run then will be switched over. A must see! Move in ready! MLS# L0606. $137,500.

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. $239,900.

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


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This home in quiet Greenfield village has a 2-car garage, a large lot, a sunroom, and is perfect for a young couple starting out or someone who needs a decent, economical retirement home for under $100,000. K3675

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This 1-1/2 storey, energy efficient home was built in 2008. It has a beautiful size yard and is in the great community of Moose Creek. As you walk into this wonderful home you are greeted with a large kitchen with open concept dining and living room. The master bdrm is large with an ensuite, and the other two bdrms are well sized with each their own walk-in closet. The full bsmt, currently unfinished, leaves endless possibilities for those of you that needs more space. This is a must see property if you are looking in this area. Mls#L0396 $198,000


Spacious 4 bedroom, one and a half bathroom bungalow in desirable Rosedale area. Too many extras to mention here - must be seen to be believed. Summer kitchen, den, open concept, full basement, single car garage, backyard with 2 sheds, gazebo and great price are only the start! Call Tom! MLS# L0431.

Just minutes from Cornwall, you’ll find 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’re limited only by your imagination. Give me a call, I’d be happy to help! MLS# K3615 $325,000

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3 plus 2 bedroom raised bungalow on large country lot. Features hardwood floors, 2 full bathrooms, master with ensuite, modern eat in kitchen, fireplace, propane stove in family room, walk out to garage. Home is well maintained. $249,900

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Hunters paradise with custom built 2 bedroom log home on 4.3 acres and an additional 53 acres of land for the hunter or nature enthusiast with wildlife at your back door. Attention to detail with a modern kitchen, one of a kind wood burning fireplace, abundance of natural light, master bedroom with ensuite, walk in closet, balcony and lots of room for the toys in the butler building or carriage shed. Numerous additional features and a must see. $449,900

This 1 bedroom (used to be 2) home is close to the water and has boat launch privileges. It’s also surrounded by beautiful woods, close to fishing, hiking, skiing, skidooing and the QC border. If you’re retired or just looking for that special somewhere to relax and enjoy nature, this may be for you! Call Tom!

Tastefully decorated and move in ready, this 2 storey home features 3 bedrooms, separate living and family room, updated kitchen, large 4 seasonporch and a backyard summertime oasis including deck and in-ground pool. You even get a garage to store your toys in. Call today! MLS# L0287 $149,900


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

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NICE bUNgAloW 4053 EARl RoAd, moNklANd Poised beautifully on 1.15 acre land, this well-kept bungalow with recent upgrades awaits you. 3+1 bedroom and one washroom. Call Talat to book your showing today! $180,000 MLS# L0184 tAlAt bUtt 613-361-2927

306 mEAdoWVAlE CRES., Well maintained 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom semi-detached home in a great neighborhood, close to schools and shopping. This home is carpetless and move in ready. Newer windows, doors, deck, interlocking walkway. Don’t wait!! Won’t last long!! Call Jo Ann for a Private viewing. L0456. $162,900.

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

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14204 CoUNty RoAd 18. This tastefully decorated 2 bedroom bungalow in the vil age of Gallingertown, just minutes from Ingleside and highway 401. 1.94 acres. Includes fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer... This home features modern flooring in the living room & bedrooms, updated windows, interlock walkways in front and back entryways (2012) you’ll just have to come see for yourself! $156,900 PENNy RUddERhAm 613-930-3377

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moVE-IN REAdy 1228 doVER Rd. Beautiful, well kept 2+1 Bedroom raised bungalow in Riverdale. This home was built for present owners in 1997. It is well maintained and has a finished basement. An attached garage and beautiful 3 season sunroom in backyard, facing south. Move in ready with 2 bathrooms, gas heat, central air. Priced at $235,000. lINdA gIRoUX-dAIglE 613-551-5839

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

2960 mCNAIRN dR. Beautiful 3+1 bedroom, 2 full bath 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

3736 old oRChARd Rd. APPlE hIll. Country home with double village lot awaits you and family to make this house your home. 3 spacious sized rooms upstairs and a large bathroom. Main floor has 9ft ceilings making this spacious home roomy . Living room, dining area, kitchen, laundry, bar area for entertaining, and entrance way with plenty of storage...must be seen . Buy now and own for less than renting. 2 tier deck, utility shed 10 x14, storage trailer 8 x 45. MLS# k2787. $113,500.

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East on Cty. Rd. 18 at Hwy. 34 & Cty. Rd. 19 (flashing lights), 6 miles east on Cty. Rd 18 through north Lancaster to 3rd Line Rdnorth ¼ mile to 6th Conc. - west 1/8 mile

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FURNITURE: dining room set; sofa & chair; two Lazy-Boys; pine hutch; wicker furniture; lamps; 4 twin beds; chest of drawers; computer desk; shelving; Singer sewing machine/ cabinet; “The Royal hunt” tapestry; coal oil lamps; many pcs. of Swiss copper; misc. tables; needlepoint; Birk’s stainless flatware ”Ivy”; Staffordshire china for 8; glassware; set of Pfaltgraffe for iron stone dishes for 6 with many serving pcs; good assort. Of kitchen ware; other misc. articles MISCELLANEOUS: 2 gal. Merchant jug “W. Goyer, Sault Aux Recollet”; Wilesco toy steam engine; Swiss accordion “Record”; carvings; stamps including 1974 post master sterling silver medallic & first day of issue; approx.. 650 Canada Post day of issue stamps; coal oil lamps; 1960-70’s licence plates; cameras & movie projectors; books. TOOLS & LUMBER: 2”x8” & 2”x6” 10’ & 12’ lengths of pressure treated lumber; assort. Of hand & power tools; tile cutter; 6.75 hp gas mower; Husquavarna 138 chain saw; garden tools; ladders; shelving; other misc. articles. TERMS: Cash, cheque, Visa/MC, interac S E R v i C E S


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part-time employment 20/40hrs • Book keeping • Knowledge of MS Office • Account management • Cash-Management • Customer Satisfaction • Bilingual

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• Minimum Supervision • Knowledge of the oil industry is an asset • Salary based on experience • Benefits

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• Have a P.S.W. or P.A. + 2 Certificate or equivalent • Have excellent communication and organizational skills • Have access to transportation • Are flexible to work a variety of shifts, including days, evenings, nights and weekends

We thank you all for your interest however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Please send resumé to: LANTHIER BAKERY LTD. 58 Dominion Street, Alexandria, ON K0A 1A0 FAX: 613-525-2818 Email:

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SALARY PLUS BENEFITS • Competitive salary depending on experience • Group insurance • RRSP

Immediate Occupancy!! Renovated w/ 3bdrms, spacious rec room, 2 baths, 3 season sun room, fenced yard, all brick.

Tanya FLaRO Sales Representative

Description: Supervise a small workforce of 10 employees in a fast-paced working environment.

Qualifications: • Proficiency in French and in English, spoken and written. • A minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience as a supervisor. • Proven experience and ability to manage within the terms and conditions of the employee contractual agreement. • Knowledge of computer applications, including MS Excel and MS Word.

Lots of possibilities!! Over 3300 sq feet of living space in this century home with an attached 1800 sq ft of workshop space, plus a 24 x 28 detached shop. Use your imagination with this one.

The spring markeT is here! if you’re looking To maximize your equiTy and wanT quick resulTs, call Tanya Today!


Key Accountabilities: • Accountable for the operational results of the production/packaging plan. • Accountable for the effective utilization of human resources. • Ensures a safe work environment for employees. • Accountable for meeting quality specifications of the product. • Ensures equipment is in good operating condition.

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We offer: Competitive wages and benefit plan. - Must be able to work shifts Please contact Donald Racine 613-936-0660 or 1-800-465-6657

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Auctioneer or Owner not responsible for lost, stolen, Damaged articles, Accidents day of sale. Canteen. Terms: Cash or Chq w/ Photo I.D. as is. No Buyers Premium All announcements day of sale takes precedence over all printed matter. To book your sale call:


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Auctioneers Note: A great & rare opportunity for hobbyists & professional craftsman alike. Possibly 2 auctioneers selling. See you there! For a full listing w/photos go to

Jennifer Blair Manley Auctioneer & Cert. Appraiser Check us out online! email:

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

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After many years in business Oxford furniture became a well-known maker of fine quality hardwood furniture in Eastern Ontario. The new owners have commissioned our auction service to liquidate all remaining stock, machinery, tools and supplies. A large sale not often seen in our area; it is our pleasure to be able to conduct this sale & sell such top quality items.


–––––– 245 YATES AvE & 440 CUMBERLAND AvE –––––– “CUMBERLAND GARDENS” 2 bdrm units, $735.00-$775.00 1 bdrm units, large windows $660.00 Utilities & appliances included - Coin laundry on site PARkING INCLUDED - No Pets Preferred 3 & 4 bedroom townhouses 3 levels, w/d hook-ups - $1000.00-$1200.00 PARkING INCLUDED - No Pets Preferred UNITS AVAILABLE - PLEASE CALL

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Directions: From Hwy 416, take exit 24 (Oxford Station Rd turn off), turn east on County Rd 20 to Oxford Furniture Building on the left #2725. Watch for auction signs!


––––––––––– 3 BEDROOMS / HOUSES / SEMI ––––––––––– 38 ALBERT ST, upst 3bdrm, no appl $695 +(elect) 28 ½ MARLBOROUGH ST S, 2bdrm house, no appl, $750 Incl (coming soon) 1 FROST AVE, LONG SAULT, 3bdrm house, no appl $975+(oil/elect) 440 CUMBERLAND, TH2, 3bdrm, no appl $1000 Incl (April) 18527 CTY RD 18, MARTINTOWN, main 3+1 bdrm, no appl $800+(oil/elect) 18505 GLEN ROAD, WILLIAMSTOWN, 3+1 bungalow, fridge, Built in stove, w/d $1500+(propane/elect) 5162 ST ANDREWS, 2bdrm 1-1/2 storey house, f/s, w/d $950+(gas/elect) 31 VALECREST AVE, 3bdrm house, no appl, BBE $1200+(elect) (May) kILkENNY CRES, 2-3bdrm semi, FAG, garage, no appl $1500+gas/elect



––––––––––––– BACHELOR / ONE BEDROOM –––––––––––– JASE ST, 1bdrm shared accom, furnished $500 Incl 122-A GUY ST, upst 1bdrm, no appl $625 Incl 829 FIRST ST E, upst. 1+bdrm, no appl $525+(elect) or $650 Incl 77 LEONIA, main 1bdrm, f/s $725 Incl 534 MARLBOROUGH ST N, upst 1bdrm, no appl $675 Incl 326-B AUGUSTUS, upst 1bdrm, no appl, w/d hkups, $650+gas/elect (May) 49 HAMIL ST, VANkLEEk HILL, 1bdrm, no appl $625 Incl 326 AUGUSTUS, main 1bdrm, no appl $1000+gas/elect

–––––––––––––––––– INGLESIDE UNITS ––––––––––––––––––– 62 DICkINSON #4, main 2bdrm, f/s $625+(elect) 74 ST LAWRENCE #1, upst 2bdrm, no appl $595+elect 74 ST LAWRENCE #8 main 2bdrm, no appl $625+elect



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–––––––––––––––– HAWKESBURY UNITS –––––––––––––––– 749 REGENT ST#4, main 1bdrm, no appl $650 Incl 372 WILLIAMS ST, 2bdrm, no appl $750 +(elect) or $ 830 Incl 370 WILLIAMS ST, upst 2bdrm, no appl $700+(elect;heat incl) or $750 Incl 265 JAMES ST, main 2bdrm, no appl $800 Incl (April)



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Candidates are asked to submit their resume to: Manager Canadian Red Cross Community Support Services 165 Montreal Road, Cornwall, ON K6H 1B2 Fax: 613-932-8106 (1-888-314-4408) or email





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Cornwall Electric, a FortisOntario company, who provides electrical transmission and distribution to approximately 28,000 customers in and around the Cornwall/Gananoque areas, has an employment opportunity for a:


CUSTOMER SERVICE/BILLING CLERK Under the general direction of the Supervisor, Customer Service, the candidate will provide service to the general public regarding billing inquiries, payments, routine credit arrangements, and other customer service related requirements. The candidate will also be required to complete the billing process and review readings and consumption for accuracy, calculate and check bills against history for any discrepancies, print and post bills as required. The ability to effectively deal with customer complaints in a professional and courteous manner is essential for this position.

The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry is looking to fill the following positions in the Library Services Department:

STUDENT PAGE – ALEXANDRIA BRANCH (PART-TIME 4 HOURS/WEEK, YEAR ROUND) Student will assist in providing Library services.

We are seeking a highly detail oriented individual that will excel in a fast pace environment, possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to multi-task. The ideal candidate must have a desire to provide exceptional customer service and can work both independently and part of a dynamic team. We are accepting applications from candidates that have previous customer service experience, preferably in a utility environment, and have proven problem solving skills.


Cornwall Electric is offering this full-time opportunity with an attractive compensation and benefits package, OMERS pension plan, professional development and more. The ideal candidate will have the following minimum qualifications:

(PART-TIME 15 HOURS/WEEK) Duties: Library Public Service functions.

(PART-TIME CASUAL AS NEEDED) Duties: Library Public Service functions and other duties as assigned on a casual call-in basis.


Information on the website explains the positions, provides the job descriptions and gives further instructions on how to apply at Applications must be received no later than 12:00 noon on Tuesday, March 26, 2014.

• Post-Secondary education in Business Administration, or in a related discipline, and have five (5) years experience in a customer service related position. • Candidate will have the ability/aptitude to perform mathematical calculations and demonstrated knowledge with Microsoft Office applications. • Capability to work under a pre-determined billing schedule and meet deadlines. • Requires initiative to carry out the work assigned with a minimum supervision. • Excellent communication skills in both English (spoken and written)/French (spoken), combined with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. • Must maintain a valid Ontario class “G” driver’s license with a clean driving abstract.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those being selected for an interview will be contacted. We will accommodate the needs of qualified applicants under the Human Rights Code during the hiring process.

We thank all those who express interest in our Company, however, we will only respond to those selected for an interview. Cornwall Electric, a FortisOntario Company, is 100% Canadian-owned and a proud member of the Fortis Inc. group of companies.

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INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING Community Health Worker –Primary Care Outreach (Seniors) Seaway Valley Community Health Centre is seeking applications for one full-time Community Health Worker (CHW), at 35 hours per week, for outreach to seniors in their homes, based at our Cornwall Centre. The CHW will work as a member of an inter-professional team to provide health education, advocacy, practical assistance and support, access to other programs and services, and assist clients and their caregivers to build support networks. Requirements • Bachelor’s degree in social sciences or equivalent combination of training and experience • Minimum two year’s experience in a community-based setting working with seniors and clients with mental health needs • Knowledge of related community resources for seniors • Ability to assess situations and to respond appropriately • Aptitude and interest in client education and health promotion with seniors • Organizational skills • Ability to work flexible hours based on client need • Ability to work collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary setting, with clients and other agencies who are involved with the care of the clients • Sound judgement and strong problem solving skills • Proficient use of computers and various software applications • Valid driver’s license, insurance and use of a personally owned vehicle • Fluency in English and French Salary range: $46,108 to $52,245 per annum.

INTERNAL/EXTERNAL JOB POSTING REGISTERED NURSE –Primary Care Outreach (Seniors) Seaway Valley Community Health Centre is seeking applications for one full time Registered Nurse, at 35 hours per week, for outreach nursing activities with seniors in their homes, based at our Cornwall Centre. The Nurse will work as a member of an inter-professional team to deliver high quality Primary Health Care Outreach services to seniors. Requirements • Bachelor level education in Nursing, registered with the College of Nurses of Ontario • Minimum two year’s experience in a community-based setting working with seniors and clients with mental health needs • Aptitude and interest in client education and health promotion with seniors • Knowledge of community resources for seniors • Ability to work independently in the community • Strong clinical assessment skills • Proficient use of computers and various software applications • Valid driver’s license, insurance and use of a personally owned vehicle • Fluency in English and French Salary range: $54,846 to $66,080 per annum. Letters of Application must include your curriculum vitae and an attachment (point form) which clearly demonstrates how you meet the requirements of the position by 4:00 p.m. Monday, March 24th, 2014. ATTN:

Debbie St. John-de Wit Executive Director Seaway Valley Community Health Centre 353 Pitt Street, Cornwall, ON K6J 3R1 T: 613.936-0306 F: 613.936-0521


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Interested candidates are invited to submit their cover letter and resume to Human Resources no later than 4:30pm on March 24, 2014 by e-mail to Please indicate “CSBC-FT” in the subject line.


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

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• Experience in agriculture, turf and tractor sales • Road experience an asset Call Luc to make appointment:


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If you are a positive, energetic and passionate person with an outgoing personality, we invite you to join our growing team. PleaSe droP oFF reSume at NaV SPa aSk For liNda iN tHe NaV CeNtre 1950 moNtreal road.

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Local Trucking Company requires an


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Ideal candidate would possess 2 or more years of experience. Excel, Lotus & simply accounting, college graduate. Bilingualism preferred. Please fax resume to 613-933-4635




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MOOSE Creek: 2 bedrooms starting at $615, washer/ dryer hook-ups, front and back balcony. No petsAdult community. Call now 613-538-4622

is looking for a We’re currently searching for customer service driven individuals to fill the following position.


CORNWALL: 2X1-bedroom appartement on Gloucester Street, ground floor/ 1st floor, 650$/ month all included (electricity), laundry room, available immediately, 514-966-6398, 450-601-2506


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2 appartements for rent, Cornwall. 20-1/2 Gloucester, 1 bedroom, renovated, painted, $580/ month utiliCompanion 505 ties included. 123-A Alice, 1 ! Widower, 76 seeks self effi- large bedroom, 2nd floor, cient female companion over $625/ month all included, re65 years old, that enjoys gar- novated, painted. Call Gerdening, country music, wood main 613-762-6769 work. Not rich. Ask for Kelly. 613-932-0563

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835 Miscellaneous notices SPIRITUAL Counselor & Medium Juliette Mageau will be in Eastcourt Mall, March 13th & 20th. H a n d c r a f t e d jewelry available/ 613-525-2764 www.juliettemageau. com


EXCELLENT wAgEs AND bENEfITs PACkAgE. Call or email Steve: 1 Water St. E. • 613-932-4281

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How will the proposed Energy East Pipeline affect you? Come to a community discussion and let us know what you think about TransCanada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline. The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) is conducting a province-wide consultation on the potential impacts of the Energy East Pipeline in Ontario. As part of this consultation, the OEB is hosting a series of interactive community discussions along the proposed pipeline route. There will be an opportunity for local residents and community-based organizations to add to the discussion with brief presentations. If your organization is interested in making a brief presentation, please contact us at: or 416-544-5171. All community discussions will run from 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Join us at a community discussion near you: Kenora – March 25th Best Western Lakeside Inn 470 First Avenue South

Kapuskasing – March 31st Kapuskasing Civic Centre 88 Riverside Drive

Stittsville – April 7th Johnny Leroux Stittsville Community Centre 10 Warner-Colpitts Lane

Thunder Bay – March 26th Airlane Hotel 698 Arthur Street West

Timmins – April 1st Timmins Inn & Suites 1800 Riverside Drive

Cornwall – April 8th Ramada Cornwall 805 Brookdale Avenue

North Bay – April 2nd West Ferris Community Centre 42 Gertrude Street East Please contact for meeting materials in an alternate accessible format or if you require the use of any assistive devices or any other special considerations while attending a community discussion.

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together with reasonable allowance of signature will not be charged for but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate. In the event of a typographical error advertising or services at the wrong price(s), goods or services need not be sold. Advertising is merely an offer to sell. The offer may be withdrawn at any time. There shall be no liability for non-insertion of an advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertisement. The Publisher reserves the right to edit, revise, classify or reject an advertisement. The views of contributing writers are not necessarily the viewpoints of this newspaper or its publishers. Serving: the City of Cornwall; Alexandria; Apple Hill; Avonmore; Bainsville; Berwick; Chesterville; Dunvegan; Finch; Green Valley; Ingleside; Lancaster; Long Sault; Lunenburg; Mar-


For more information on the OEB Energy East Consultation, including the community discussions, First Nation and Métis meetings and stakeholder forums, visit:

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20: This week you need to be the follower instead of the leader, Aries. It may be difficult to go against your normal grain, but it is for the best. Keep an open mind. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21: Your confidence may wane sometime this week, Taurus, but some friends will boost your morale to help you get back on your feet. Saturday will be a big day. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21: Gemini, certain things that have to get done this week are out of your realm of expertise. Do your best to tackle these projects but have a helper on hand just in case. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22: Cancer, you have a lot on your plate, but you don’t know where to start. Make a list of your tasks, and it will help you better tackle one thing at a time until you are all done. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23: Leo, learn to laugh at yourself as a means to relieving stress. Things can’t always be serious, so ligthen up and take some time to relax. Work with Virgo this week. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22: Give yourself a much-deserved break, Virgo. You’ve been working nonstop for the last several months, and now is a great time to take a vacation or enjoy a weekend getaway. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23: You don’t have all of the answers, Libra, so don’t even think about saying you do. Relationship concerns are at the forefront of your mind lately. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22: Scorpio, it might be hard to bite your tongue, but that’s just what you have to do this week. Wait until you are called on for help before you get involved. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21: Take a few days to get all of your affairs in order, Sagittarius. Use this time to adjust to some changes that have happened over the last several weeks. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20: Burning the candle at both ends again, Capricorn? This is not the best way to get things done. Take a more steady approach, and give yourself time to recover. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18: Aquarius, you can’t put your finger on it, but something positive seems to be on the horizon. The truth will reveal itself in the next few days. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20: Pisces, fight against the current for something you truly believe in. Unexpected events arise on Thursday.

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Cornwall Mattress Factory Outlet starting at

Hours: Mon-Wed 10am-5pm, Thur-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm

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The Cornwall Sports Hall of Fame Class of Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Seaway 2014: Marc Crawford (hockey), Bob Currier News! Don’t forget to wear green. (hockey), Jack Entwistle, (builder-football), Brian’s Day organizers hit a homerun, Neil Gallinger (softball), Roger Guevremont made a slam dunk, shot a hole in one, whatever (builder-curling), Tony Joseph (hockey), sports analogy you want to call it – they scored Wayne MacDonald (football), Ian MacInnis (hockey), Brian Mulligan (builder-motor big. sports), Bernard Racine (broomball), Brian Dear Winter Weather, you’ve overstayed Tardiff (builer-hockey), and Cory Van Loon your welcome. We already won gold medals (water sports). in hockey and curling. Our work here is done. Winston Marley will be kickin’ it Celtic Please, come back next year. style at the St. Patrick’s Day party at Shoeless Parenting skills 101: When you take your Joe’s at 8 pm. kids to an event at the complex, you should Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Jesse make sure they are not dropping FULL soft drink bottles from the top row of seats – three Ferguson’s new folk/Celtic CD, The Butcher times no less… AND … when the person the Boy, is now available on iTunes, Amazon, and bottles are dropped on complains, you do not in hard copy or mp3 at http:// pick a fight with them. Stay home next time!



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Bantam Baseball Champions

Cornwall History

Another reason you’ll love Riverdale Terrace …

Our Citizen’s of Tomorrow Bantam Baseball Champions at the Joe St. Denis Athletic Grounds, 1950. Front row: Rowe, Groulx, Pitts, Wright, J. Sloan, Mitchell, Segal. Back row: Don Russell-coach, R. Gallinger, Riley, C. Gallinger-coach, Hudec Bryant, Wells, B. Sloan-coach; Hawn, Clark, J. McDonald, manager. Stay off! Stay safe! With warmer weather Now that the new bridge is open, when is CBSA going to move the inspection stations comes melting of the snow and ice. Never so that Cornwall can have Brookdale Avenue go out on the ice in spring because you don’t know how thin the ice is. back ????

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Old age ain’t fOr wimps, but it beats dying yOung

Our $1000 Rebate Offer! Reserve or lease your apartment now, and 90 days after you move in, we’ll give you a cheque for $1000. Limited time offer. Call for details today!

Fundraising Lunch Buffet to Benefit Saturday, April 5th, 11 am – 2 pm $20 per person. Children under 12 free.


Call Gord Shaver to book your personal tour. 613-932-3707


1200 Second St. West, Cornwall, ON




Two medical students were walking along the street when they saw an old man walking with his legs spread apart. He was stiff-legged and walking slowly. One student said to his friend: “I’m sure that poor old man has Peltry Syndrome. Those people walk just like that.” The other student says: “No, I don’t think so. The old man surely has Zovitzki Syndrome. He walks slowly and his legs are apart, just as we learned in class.” Since they couldn’t agree they decided to ask the old man. They approached him And one of the students said to him, “We’re medical students and couldn’t help but notice the way you walk, but we couldn’t agree on the syndrome you might have. Could you tell us what it is?” The old man said, “I’ll tell you, but first you tell me what you two fine medical students think.” The first student said, “I think it’s Peltry Syndrome.” The old man said, “You thought - but you are wrong.” The other student said, “I think you have Zovitzki Syndrome.” The old man said, “You thought - but you are wrong.” So they asked him, “Well, old timer, what do you have?” The old man said, “Well, I thought it was GAS - but I was wrong, too!”

Keep fighting, Max! The former CTV Ottawa news anchor and philanthropist, is a moral compass for many.



This lab was named afTer Crosby. he is wearing his gold meTal proudly! Bring in or email your favourite pet photo along with a small caption and we’ll publish it so all our readers can enjoy it, too! Drop in to our office at 29 Second Street East or email DEADLINE IS MONDAY 5PM - Seaway News - Thursday, March 13, 2014 -


Massey Place Autopro • Partial, complete and dental implant prosthesis • Immediate appointments & repairs • Free consultation • Insurance accepted

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SCUTTLEBUTT is becoming an online only store. All in stock jewellery is on


Sterilize Your Sink Sharon Fortier

owner/operator shar’s private cleaning services

Shar’s Tip of the Week Germs can hang around your sink on microscopic food particles. To kill them off, fill a spray bottle with full-strength rubbing alcohol. After you finish washing dishes, spray the sink and then rub to dry with a clean dish towel or paper towel. Spring is coming, time to clean the kitchen cupboards! Check the expiry date. If it is good find a recipe to use what you have. If you do not feel like cooking and do not think you will use it, think of donating it to a food bank. There is always someone who will use good products.

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we will continue oFFering All the sAMe services; MAnuFActuring, repAirs And custoM jewellery. We will have pick up and drop off available at Kab gift Boutique, 163 Pitt St, cornwall.

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The Agape Centre’s thrift shop is ready for spring! Take in the scenery: The Raisin Region Conservation Authority is inviting everyone to share photos of their conservation areas like Gray’s Creek on their Facebook page (www.


Sharon Taillon would also like to thank Dave Dukelow for the prompt home service. “I called him at 10am on Monday, March 10 and he was at my home by 2pm. I had two appliances to be repaired and, as always, he did a wonderful job.”

We’re changing!


Sharon Taillon would like to thank Chantal of the EOHU for the great help and terrific advice she gave me for my innoculation for my upcoming trip. She even supplied the Doctor’s name, address and telephone number. What a professional!

BISHOP CUP 2014—APRIL 2nd, 6pm, Cornwall Civic Complex. Come out and enjoy Caller found it strange that Liberal this annual fundraising hockey game between wannabies, only mentioned more ways to spend the Holy Trinity Falcons and St. Joe’s Panthers, our money, with no mention of recouping supporting St. Vincent de Paul! money that was wasted by being incompetent and dishonest. Wouldn’t the money, lost from The Lenten season started last week for Orange helicopters, closed gas companies, Christians all around the world. Health Care and many more Billions that were wasted, come in handy NOW! First day of spring next week! This is the last weekend of winter….spring is just around the corner!


April 25th-27th, 2014 Quad

$277; Triple $307; Double $327

Spring will soon be in the air and time for a GIRLS getaway for a tax free shopping weekend.



$527; Triple $577; Double $667

Join Sylvie Guinard your experienced travel guide for a fun filled trip to NYC

Why do we still have so many litter bugs? Come on, coffee drinkers, have respect for yourself and your city. Empty Tim’s coffee cups everywhere in the snow is not nice. Find a garbage can, please!!


June 22nd -25th, 2014 Quad

A huge “thank you” to the gentleman in the red coat who picked up the tab for the senior in Farm Boy who forgot his wallet last Saturday, March 8. You are the heart of Cornwall! K. Foster/Lewis.

*Prices include taxes

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Cornwall Seaway News March13 Edition  

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