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as you’d expect. Our Foundation helps fill the gaps where government funding stops. We’re proud to support the good health of our community through fundraising and we’re incredibly grateful to all of you across SDG and Akwesasne who give to help others. Over the last year, community members like you have helped purchase essential equipment including a phototherapy system for newborns, stretchers for our emergency department, pump upgrades for chemotherapy, life-saving defibrillators, heart monitors for CCH’s most vulnerable patients and so much more. You’ve helped us raise $260,000 towards our $400,000 goal to bring a new mammography machine to CCH. And, thanks to you, we’re bringing new doctors to our Emergency Department. None of this could happen without the amazing generosity of our wonderful community. This Christmas, Your Credit Union will double donations to our Hospital Foundation during the month of December. To find out more, please visit www.cornwallhospitalfoundation.ca. Working together, we’re making a positive difference right here at home. Seasons greetings from our CCHF family to you!

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re-organize their work flow at the site to allow for more efficiencies. “We’ve been planning on this move for five years and it is a big change for us,” said Harry Haramis of Medical Arts Pharmacy. The new site has a doctors clinic located in the back, along with more parking behind the building. One of the services Medical Arts offers includes travel consultation with Suzie Pilon, a pharmacist certified in travel medicine. For their old building, Medical Arts continues to use the space, and will be deciding in the near future what to do with the property on a long term basis. Go to www.cornwallseawaynews.com for the rest of this story PLUS additional SN coverage.

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and reducing online learning courses from four to two – the unions decided to escalate. This is wrong, and our students deserve better.” Bischof said however that he did not believe that the government and management were negotiating in good faith. “Through months of bargaining, the management team has avoided any meaningful discussion of class size, staffing, mandatory e-learning, or any other issue that impacts the quality of student learning,” Bischof said. “Even in light of our current job action, far too little has changed at the table. We are left with no choice but to intensify our efforts to defend our education system against a government that has already begun to sabotage it.” Go to www.cornwallseawaynews.com for the rest of this story PLUS additional SN coverage.

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Endless Roads RV is open year-round because they find, there is always an interest from their clients, no matter the season, which is why Endless Roads RV has an indoor showroom for the winter months. “A lot of people like to order units in advance so that they are ready for spring,” said Joanne. “We are finding that trailer and boat customers are looking at products all year round.” Joanne explained that their growing stock and growing interest is a testament to the popularity of the outdoor lifestyle. “It speaks to people’s desires for staycations and family-oriented recreation,” she said. As a family-oriented business, Endless Roads RV & Marine Centre prides itself on providing quality customer service to patrons of family recreation activities.

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CORNWALL, Ontario – With over 300 volunteer positions up for grabs across Cornwall, SDG and Akwesasne, fresh faces, as well as long-time volunteers, were welcome at the Cornwall & Area Volunteer Fair at the Civic Complex on Wednesday, Nov. 27. With 36 organizations registered on display, there was sure to be something to pique everyone’s interest. Carilyne Hébert, Executive Director of the Social Development Council of Cornwall and Area (SDC), expected hundreds to come out by the end of the day, between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Volunteering is uncharted territory for many local residents like Chris Quenville who recently retired and was in attendance to see where he could donate his time and efforts. “I’m newly retired so I’m thinking of volunteering in the winter months (I’m pretty busy during the summer). There’s some that are

very informative…there’s a lot of good organizations here that need help from people… (especially) if you fit their needs and they fit your time schedule,” said Quenville, who was keenly intrigued with the Agapé Centre. Hébert explained that in the past, the City would host a similar volunteer exhibition specifically for seniors. This is the first year the Volunteer Fair is open to residents of all ages and is especially targeting youth in the community who may need to fulfill 40 hour requirements or try a new venture. High schools in the region were contacted about the event. “So many great services wouldn’t be able to operate if it wasn’t for the people coming into the room today,” said Hébert, emphasizLynda Ward and Mary-Jane Proulx of CATTRAP, one organization looking ing the importance of volunteers. Hébert added that the SDC is currently for volunteers at the event. (Shawna O’Neill/ Seaway News). volunteerhub.ca. working to unveil a volunteer administration such a program. Anyone interested in volunteering who Go to www.cornwallseawaynews.com for network in 2020 that will aim to recruit, motivate and retain community volunteers as could not make it to the Fair are encour- the rest of this story PLUS additional SN other communities have seen success with aged to seek out local opportunities at coverage.

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SOUTH STORMONT, Ontario – South Stormont Council met with Watson & Associates Economists LTD. on Tuesday, Nov. 26 to discuss future water and wastewater rate adjustments, considering the proposed implementation of a $30 million Ingleside wastewater treatment plant, projected for 2023. “We want to ensure that this will be sustainable for future years,” said Mayor Bryan McGillis. “It’s all about strategic planning… trying to do it knowing in advance what costs could be.” The extensive study conducted by Watson & Associates projects funding needs, water consumption, annual water bills and more within the township over the next 10 years. The study can be viewed here.

Although Council has yet to approve any recommendations outlined in the study, Mayor McGillis feels that proposed increases in wastewater bills are “still very fair and comparable to the City of Cornwall.” A recommendation will be presented to Council during the December 11 Regular Council Meeting, which will include a communication plan to better help residents understand any proposed changes to property tax and utility bills. Proposed tax changes include a six per cent increase in the hamlets of Ingleside and Long Sault annually over the next 10 years. The area of Eamers Corners (including Rosedale Terrace) and St. Andrews would be set to see a delayed increase, beginning at 1.9 per cent in 2026 and 6.8 per cent annually between 2027 and 2029. The community of Newington would not see any proposed

tax change over the next decade. “Currently, homeowners in Ingleside and Long Sault are charged a ‘Special Area Tax’ included in their property taxes, which is associated with the wastewater systems within the two hamlets. Under the proposal presented to Council, residents in Ingleside and Long Sault will see the Special Area Tax removed from their property taxes and allocated to their utilities bill,” read a Township of South Stormont statement, clarifying the six per cent increase in both areas. “I would like to see personally, if any increase, do it on an average base…things are expensive today, we need to make sure we do it right in terms of costs,” said Mayor McGillis. Go to www.cornwallseawaynews.com for the rest of this story PLUS additional SN coverage.

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It is the first week of December and the Christmas shopping season has kicked into high gear. On Black Friday, the Seaway News team was out in the community talking to local businesses. It was great to see how many people where filling into local stores like Kids Korner, Baxtrom’s YIG, and Cristill Rock. Christmas is about giving, and when you are out buying gifts to give to your loved ones, take the time to think about where you are giving your business, because that has important impacts on your community. According to LOCO, a B.C. based organization that conducts research into shopping local claims that independent businesses recirculate 4.6 times more revenue back into the economy. In dollars, independent businesses recirculate $63 of every $100 back into the local economy compared to just $14 from multinational corporations. The trend continues in the non-profit and charity sector, where independent businesses give back 24 times more to local charities than multinational corporations according to LOCO. Heart of the City and the City of Cornwall

have recently taken steps in the past few weeks to help support local business in Cornwall’s downtown area. Most recently, Cornwall City Council accepted the annual request from Heart of the City and the Downtown and Le Village Business Improvement Associations to allow free on-street parking for the month of December after 4 p.m. This might seem like a small gesture, but that is two extra hours’ worth of incentive to shop locally every day between now and Christmas. Heart of the City has been going even further to support local businesses in Cornwall however. Often, an excuse for not shopping locally is that large multinational stores like Amazon and Walmart have convenient online stores so you never have to leave your house when shopping. Well last week, Heart of the City announced an initiative to help Cornwall’s main street businesses get an edge in the online market place. Heart of the City applied for and received a $10,000 grant from Digital Main Street to set up a Digital Service Squad in Cornwall. The Squad will be supporting small businesses at no cost to them, and will be helping them setup Google Business accounts

and perform a digital-readiness assessment. “A healthy bottom line includes a solid dose of technological know-how, and we aim to arm our small business owners with the tools necessary to create, augment and succeed with their digital footprint,” said Todd Lihou, Centretown Coordinator with Heart of the City in a press release sent to the media. If you need anymore reasons to support local businesses, I have two more for you. First, according to Fundera.com, nearly

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Dear Editor For over one year now I have been asking the City to consistently enforce clearly posted heavy vehicle restrictions on Grant Ave. and Riverdale Ave. Numerous phone calls from myself and other residents of this area complaining about the constant truck traffic over the spring and summer and the attendant noise, dirt and shaking of foundations have been ignored. I was advised by the Ontario Ombudsman to seek legal advice, which I did, and was told that I would have to either launch a class action suit or get a legal injunction to compel the City to address what started out as a fairly small issue. In a last attempt to make sense of the City’s unwillingness to deal with what appeared to be a fairly straight forward case of a local contractor ignoring a posted bylaw, I submitted a freedom of information request to the City a few months ago. I asked for some basic information pertaining to site inspection reports, completion schedules and road permits using language taken directly from the City’s Subdivision Manual, Section 1, General

Subdivision Design (available on the City’s website) which, I assume, are basic protocols put in place to oversee property development within Cornwall ie. the City’s own rules governing contractor activity. (Here’s another little nugget I found when reading the Subdivision Manual dealing with Cornwall’s environmental policy. “Watercourses, Tree Preservation and Environmental Issues: Any design shall have regard for the existing topography, tree coverage and environmental conditions of the property. The Official Plan provides for the preservation of certain natural features including significant wetlands, tree stands, and natural watercourses. Natural watercourses are to be preserved wherever feasible. If the watercourse is required to be engineered, the facility should be designed to have natural restoration including tree planting.The existing tree coverage should be retained as much as possible.” Whoever is developing the land east of Power Dam Dr. and contiguous with Tollgate Rd. apparently didn’t get the memo as this area now looks like the landscapes featured in

60 per cent of local businesses say that the usually or occasionally use recycled materials in their business, with seven per cent saying that they always do. Finally, supporting local business supports your neighbours. These are our friends and family and together, supporting local will always make our community stronger. What do you think readers? Do you make an effort to shop local? Email me a Letter to the Editor at nseebruch@seawaynews.media

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post- apocalyptic movies. Adopting a ‘scorched-earth’ policy may be financially beneficial to the developer(s) but total habitat destruction seems, at the least, shortsighted.) Four weeks later I received a letter indicating that “the records you are requesting do not exist”. That a large company which does a significant amount of business with the City is apparently exempt from following normal procedures for subdivision development came as a bit of a surprise. Try erecting a garden shed or building a porch without the proper permits and you will probably receive a prompt visit from the City’s building department. If I am incorrect in my assumptions regarding a contractor’s obligations to submit the proper paperwork before the actual completion of the project, then I stand to be corrected. Unfortunately, the City appears to have ‘circled the wagons’ as I have been unable to provoke any kind of response or explanation from City officials. In light of this frustrating turn of events, I sent an email to all members of City Council and the CAO outlining the sequence

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of events over the last year. I explained in detail the nature of the phone calls and emails exchanged with City officials including my attempts to have the Ontario Ombudsman intervene and essentially embarrass the City into following its own rules. I was certain that my inclusion of the results of the freedom of information request would elicit some kind of response as this seems to indicate a fundamental breakdown in the City’s obligation to perform due diligence at the most basic level. That was six weeks ago and the only response I have received to date is an acknowledgement by two councillors that my email had been received and that ‘they would look into it’. If this is any indication of how the City functions then we have much bigger problems than our carbon footprint. An unresponsive City Council with little influence over an indifferent senior administration is probably not a good recipe for growth and progress. The lights are on at City Hall but apparently nobody is home. Larry Eamer, Cornwall


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illegal alcohol production at an isolated farm house near Alexandria. Police found 50 gallons of spirits ready to be shipped to the Cornwall black market. ... A Moulinette man, John Antoine, father of four, was struck and killed while walking along Highway 2 near the village. ... The new McLaughlin Buick was in the W. J. Brownlee (Finch) and Ed Warner (Second Street Cornwall) dealership showrooms. ... Try-Me Tire and Brake Shop at 9 Third S. W. had high test anti-knock gasoline for 25 cents a gallon. TRIVIA In 1958 there were eight milk distribution businesses in Cornwall. Name the eight from this list: Eastside, Daisy, Maple Crest, Commercial, Cameron’s, Canadian, Bonville, Phillips, Maple Leaf, Rivermead. TRIVIA ANSWER Cornwall Street Railway developed St. Lawrence Park on Montreal Road just east of Belmont Street to boost ridership on its street cars. QUOTED “When angry, count to four. When very angry, swear.” - Mark Twain.

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Here’s a fresh wrinkle in the run up to Christmas and the long-running debate over what the season should be called, or not called. A small band of way-to-the-right evangelicals is calling for Santa Claus to be banished from the season. You might have noticed some of the madein-Cornwall anti-Santa protesters at one of the city’s busiest intersections who caused an uproar in social media circles. (Sorry, it is called free speech). The anti-Santa believers say Jolly St. Nick is really Satan dressed up in a red suit and wearing a bushy white beard. And adults who tell the rug rats that Santa is real are on the fast track to hell. Guess that means Francis Church is burning in hell. Francis Church? He was the New York Sun newspaper columnist who in December 1897 penned the famous “Yes, Virginia ...” response to a letter scribbled by eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon. She wanted to know if Santa was the real deal? Church assured Virginia, and thousands of readers, that Santa was indeed alive (living in the hearts of kids). It became one of the world’s most read newspaper columns. An anti-Santa website (these are folks with too much time on their hands) based in the United States warns “doomed” parents that they need to repent and come clean with their kids. This means sitting your four-year-old down for a little person-to-person talk about Santa and where those gifts come from. Of course, if your kid is older than 14 and still believes in Santa, you’ve got a bigger problem. HERE AND THERE Don’t know why, but I almost feel guilty for not buying anything on

hyped up Black Friday which has morphed into pre-Black Friday week, post-Black Friday and Cyber Monday, all of which is a warm-up for pe-Boxing Week, Boxing Week, Boxing Day and another go at Cyber Monday. ... In 1969 an estimated 200,000 young people (aka hippies) camped out on a dairy farm’s muddy pasture in upstate New York. It was called the Woodstock Festival. It lasted for three days. Lots of drugs. Lots of sex. Lots of rock’n’roll. Incredibly, nobody was shot. Nobody was knifed. Nobody was assaulted. Not one arrest. It truly was a love-in. Try that today. ... Thoughts and prayers go out to senior curlers and two great guys, Denis Patenaude and Bob Branchaud, who have been sitting out the first half of the season dealing with medical issues. THIS AND THAT Another example of why folks lose confidence in the justice system. Police have warned Ontario residents, especially women, that a dangerous convicted sex offender is on the lam after breaking “strict” conditions of a supervised order tied to his release after a 30-month sentence for sexual assault, assault with a weapon and breaking into a home. He has three previous sexual assault convictions and two convictions for exposing himself (to women). A judge called him a “woman’s worst nightmare.” And this is not the first time he has broken his release conditions. It once took five years to get him back from California where he fled on the lam. And the guy got 30 months! Next time, how about 30 years. ... Still a few days to go but Chicago is on track for a “good” year when it comes to its murder rate. The city has registered 467 murders this year, most involving shootings. That is 59 fewer than for the same period in 2018. THIS WEEK IN 1932 - Justice was a lot swifter and harsher in the 1930s. Just weeks after his arrest, an 18-year-old Cornwall lad who admitted stealing a total of $25 from the Nativity Church poor box over several weeks (he was charged with “breaking and entering a House of Worship”), breaking into the James Whitham

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Johanne CELEBRATE! Join the Centennial Choir of Cornwall on Friday, December 13 at 7:30 pm in Aultsville Theatre for their concert, “Celebrate Christmas”. Under the guidance of Lisa Zeran, director and Felicity Svenson, accompanist and assistant director you are sure to enjoy songs of the season. Tickets are available from any choir member, the Kiosk at Cornwall Square and Home Hardware at the corner of Pitt and Thirteenth Streets. AVONMORE CHRISTMAS ART, CRAFTS SALE Sat. Dec 7 and Sun. Dec. 8 at Tagwi Secondar y School Gymnasium.(West Parking Lot) Doors Open 10 to 4 on Saturday and 10 to 3:30 on Sunday. Admission is Free. Soup & Sandwich Luncheon both days at noon. Donations of Food for the Community Food Share accepted at the door. INFO on the Sale: Linda at 613-3465981. On the Saturday the Show is a stop on the Avonmore & District House Tour, for INFO on the House tour call 346-5493 ALZHEIMER SOCIETY Monthly support group meetings for Care Givers and for People living with dementia. Call 613 9324914 ext. 202 for times and locations (English and French).

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Local business owners are passionate about their products. By buying local, you ensure that you’ll get the very best recommendations possible when making purchases. In fact, personalized customer service is a sure-fire way to guarantee you’ll get the perfect presents for your loved ones. And, even if you don’t, returning items will be a cinch.

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Shopping locally is the eco-friendly thing to do, especially if you skip the car and do it on foot. Less driving translates to a decrease in fuel consumption and a smaller carbon footprint overall. In addition, local products haven’t travelled long distances to get to you. This holiday season, shop local to help protect the planet.

Visiting local shops during the holiday season is a great way to stay informed about what’s going on in your community. You’ll find out what holiday events are taking place, get insider tips about the best products around and reinforce your sense of belonging.

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Did you know that many small businesses make between 20 and 40 per cent of their annual income during the last two months of the year? November and December are crucial months and many stores rely on holiday sales to stay afloat. This holiday season, make sure to buy local so you can directly support the area’s economy.

Cafés, craft stores and bookshops are prime venues for events that can enrich your community. Supporting these places allows them to host classes, music shows and more, which helps to both enliven the holiday season and to invigorate the local economy.

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Shopping locally is a great way to eliminate stress. This is because you don’t need to worry about when packages will arrive or the possibility that they might get stolen. Plus, you don’t have to be concerned about returns or exchanges, as these things are super easy to do when you buy your items from the retailers in town.


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Complimentary free parking GREAT NEWS!! For the month of December, there will be complimentary free parking at all metered parking stalls and lots between 4- 6 p.m. daily and parking enforcement will be suspended during that period. The free parking will encompass the Downtown and Le Village BIA Districts as well as metered parking stalls outside the requested area for the month of December between the designated time period.

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BINGO AT CENTRE CHARLES-ÉMILECLAUDE Monday nights. Early bird starts at 6:15 pm, regular games 7 pm. 146B Chevrier Place. All welcome. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH CORNWALL invites you to join us for worship every Sunday at 2213 Pitt St. Services are at 11 am and 6 pm. We also have Sunday School classes for all ages on Sundays at 9:45 am and prayer meetings Wednesday at 7 pm. Contact us for kids and youth ministries. Info: 613-932-6434 or Pastor Underwood 613-361-2614. A TARTAN CHRISTMAS December 15th. Easy Modern Square Dancing, VanKleek Hill Fiddlers, Virginia Reel – stop in and view the entertainment Glengarry Sports Palace in Alexandria from 2-4 pm, light lunch, pay at the door. Info: Glengarry Tartans 613-931-1783 ST. NICHOLAS TEA Sat. Dec. 7 11 am -2 pm at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church 1509 Second St West Corner Riverdale Ave. Join Us for Sandwiches, Sweets, Coffee, Tea & Fellowship Craft Table and Bake Sale Table. JACKRABBIT PROGRAM: an introductory cross-country ski program for kids aged 3 to12 years old will be offered this season at the Summerstown Trails. For more information, visit www.summerstowntrails.com. LEARN TO XC SKI: learn to cross-country ski courses for students and adults will be offered this season at the Summerstown Trails. INFO: www.summerstowntrails.com. MONKLAND REC CENTRE CHRISTMAS KARAOKE PARTY, 17337 Hwy 43 on Sat., Dec. 7 from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. Info: Sue at 613-360-2804. Let’s Have Some Fun!!! (Fundraising for ongoing renovations at our Centre). RING IN CHRISTMAS WITH THE SALVATION ARMY Volunteer to be a BellRinger on a Salvation Army Christmas kettle and help give hope to those in need. Kettle Shifts are two hours long and all kettles are indoors. INFO or to volunteer your time call Kelly Barkley: 613-662-7967. MOOSE LODGE Serving breakfast every Sunday 8-11 a.m. Everyone welcome. LINE DANCING at Centre Charles-ÉmileClaude on January 31, 2020 at 7 pm. NEW YEAR’S EVE BALL at Knights of Columbus Hall, 205 Amelia St. on Tuesday, December 31 from 8pm – 1am. Buffet (hot & cold) served at midnight. Music by First Choice Entertainment. Door prizes and spot dances. Info and tickets: 613-932-7600.

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BINGO Le Centre Charles-Émile-Claude sis au 146 B Chevrier, vous invite tous les lundis soirs à leurs parties de Bingo. Entre autres, les parties « lève-tôt » à 18 h 15, parties régulières à 19 h 00 ainsi qu’un progressif. Bienvenue à tous. CENTENNIAL CHOIR OF CORNWALL presents “Celebrate Christmas” A Christmas Concert on Fri. Dec. 13 at 7:30 pm at Aultsville Theatre. Tickets avail. from choir members, Home Hardware (13th St) and Cornwall Square Lottery Kiosk. Everyone welcome. CHOSEN IS A NEW JUNIOR HIGH GROUP ages 12-15 years meeting the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Cornwall Wesleyan Church , 780 Sydney St. Info: 613-936-9166 DANCE THE WINTER AWAY! With the Glengarry Tartans Alexandria Easy Modern Square Dancing. No cost/no obligation. Open House on Sunday, January 5, 12 or 19, 2020 – 2:00-3:30pm Beginners. La Fraternite, 49 St. Paul St., Alexandria. Casual attire. We dance for Fun, Fitness & Friendship. Couples & Singles welcomed! Info: 613-931-1783. clauzon55@sympatico.ca GLENGARRY HISTORY SPEAKER Bernie MacCulloch: Glen Roy, a Historical Tour on Dec. 5 from 7:30 pm at Alexandria United Church-on-the-Hill, 36 Kincardine St. Info: rbleile@sympatico. ca or david@andersonbooks.net or call 613 347-7192. TRI-COUNTY COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION JAMMING & DANCE Saturday, December 7 from 7pm to 11pm. IOOF Hall, 12389 County Rd. 18, Williamsburg. All Welcome! For more info call 613-538-2497. CANDLELIGHT CHRISTMAS LESSONS AND CAROLS SERVICE on Dec. 15 at 7 pm at Salem United Church 19041 County Rd. 2 Summerstown. Refreshments and fellowship following. All welcome! For more information, please contact Rev. John Noordhof at 613-808-9992 or slpcrev@gmail.com LONG SAULT PENTECOSTAL CHURCH presents: “And His Name Shall Be Called....” Join us on Sunday, Dec 8th @ 6 pm as we celebrate this wonder season and the birth of our Savior. A MEN’S FELLOWSHIP MEETING is taking place Saturday, Dec. 7th at 8:30 a.m. at Cornwall Wesleyan Church, 780 Sydney St. Followed by an optional breakfast at The Glengarrian Resturant. Info: 613-936-9166


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Les Étoiles de Noël

Les offices de protection de la nature locaux appuient les recommandations de l’Examen indépendant des inondations de 2019 en Ontario

COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE DE LA CNS

FINCH, Ontario - Les offices de protection de la nature locaux sont satisfaits des conclusions de l’Examen indépendant des inondations survenues au printemps 2019. Douglas NcNeil, le conseiller spécial sur les inondations engagé par le gouvernement de

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COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE DE L’ÉCOLE ROSE DES VENTS CORNWALL, Ontario - L’école Rose des Vents aimerait remercier toutes les familles qui ont acheté les cadeaux que nous avons remis à la Société de l’aide à l’enfance de SD&G. Grâce à votre grande générosité, nous avons pu remplir un autobus complet ! Bravo pour votre geste altruiste.

l’Ontario, reconnaît le modèle unique des offices de protection de la nature de l’Ontario fondés sur les bassins versants et son efficacité à réduire les risques et les effets des inondations au minimum. Les offices de protection de la nature de la région d’Ottawa (Mississippi, Rideau et Nation Sud) ont rencontré M. McNeil et

d’autres organismes en septembre pour faire le point sur les inondations du printemps et discuter des expériences locales. Des idées ont été partagées sur la façon d’améliorer la protection des résidents de l’Ontario et de leurs propriétés en cas d’inondation. Le rapport McNeil contient 66 mesures, et les trois offices de protection de la nature sont heureux de voir les recommandations formulées au cours de ces consultations dans le rapport, y compris la nécessité de : - Mettre à jour les directives provinciales, - Accroître l’attention portée à la cartographie des plaines inondables et aux impacts du changement climatique, - Conserver et restaurer les infrastructures vertes comme les zones humides et les forêts qui stockent l’eau et réduisent les inondations, et - Continuer d’appuyer le rôle des offices de protection de la nature dans la coordination de la planification et de l’action. Plus précisément, le rapport, disponible sur le site ontario.ca/floodreport, encourage la province à « consulter les offices de protection de la nature sur leur application de l’approche fondée sur les dangers et de l’approche fondée sur les risques dans la gestion

des inondations. » La gestion des inondations est une responsabilité partagée entre les municipalités, les responsables de la gestion des urgences, la province et les offices de protection de la nature. Les offices de protection de la nature travaillent en étroite collaboration avec les municipalités membres pour identifier les zones à risque d’inondation et pour orienter les activités d’aménagement à l’extérieur des plaines d’inondation. L’approche axée sur les bassins versants protège les Ontariens depuis des décennies et a permis d’éviter d’innombrables dégâts majeurs. Cette approche a également permis de bâtir des collectivités résilientes qui disposent non seulement d’infrastructures de lutte contre les inondations, mais aussi d’importantes « infrastructures vertes » qui réduisent les impacts du changement climatique et des inondations. Les offices de protection de la nature locaux ont hâte de maintenir et d’améliorer les programmes de gestion des inondations et sont impatients d’aider la province à mettre en œuvre toutes les recommandations énoncées dans le rapport du conseiller en matière d’inondations.


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THE CENTURY 21® FAMILY IS THE WORLD’S LARGEST RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE SALES ORGANIZATION! 8 SOUTH TERRACE ST, LANCASTER $69,000

(1159873) Great Bldg Lot for Multi Units comes with 3 Water & Sewer Connections.

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18094 CTY RD 18, MARTINTOWN - $699,000 (1159189) Beautiful home, Kennel & 65 Acres

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VINCENT MASSEY DR - $84,900

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HOME FOR CHRISTMAS! - $229,900

(1176327) If you act quick, you could be in before Christmas. Country home on a 1.89 ac lot just outside of Cornwall. This home has lots of improvements & is ready to move in.

Michael Vander Meer** 613-936-3611

COUNTRY COMMERCIAL - $83,900

(1171261) Former Gas Bar/Corner Store or Commercial Lot. Great location at corner of Hwy 43 & Highland Rd. Bldg could have many uses. Possibility of continued use as Gas Bar.

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(1175033) 3+1 bdrm bung on quiet dead end road. Enjoy the hot tub in the winter & heated pool in the summer.

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613-330-2866 209/209 A EASTON AVE., CORNWALL Very good duplex, long term tenants, shows very well. Tenants pays own utilities. Consists of 3 bdrm/upper unit/washer & dryer hookups, 2 enclosed porches. 2 bdrm /main unit washer & dryer hookups in basement/many updates (electricity, plumbing, some windows and door etc.) MLS 1174808

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613-330-2866 LITTLE 5TH RD., LANCASTER Hobby farm with 13.6 acres. Very private with a beautiful view of the countryside. This 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home has plenty of charm and character..Outside you will find plenty of room for storage for your equipment and hobbies or space for your animals, in the three outbuildings. MLS 1144522/20576

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613-330-2866 2 FRONTENAC, CORNWALL 1-1/2 story brick home in Riverdale area. 2 +1 bdrm home (finished upstairs loft). Features a big porch, single car garage and private yard, great for young families or retired couple. MLS 1173385

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613-861-1444 16994 HEADLINE RD - $429,000 Built in 2007 this lovely home offers an open concept, hwd flooring, a very bright sunroom, lg master bedroom with ensuite, oversized 2 car garage, lg barn or workshop all sitting on 10 acres of private property!

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613-861-1444 641 YORK ST. $164,500 Lovely renovated home with large detached garage. Open concept main floor with updated flooring throughout, new natural gas furnace and a/c, hot water on demand plus a finished basement!

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Cornwall 613-938-3860 • Alexandria 613-525-3039 • Ingleside 613-537-2000 Vankleek Hill 613-678-3860 • Hawkesbury 613-632-7091 BEAUTIFUL RAISED BUNGALOW IN A DESIRABLE AREA

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1601 BIRMINGHAM ST, CORNWALL - Quiet neighbourhood. 3 bdrm bung with eat in kitchen, basement has potential rec room or 4th bdrm, garage is set up for a mechanic, heated with natural gas heating. Back yard has playhouse for the kids, and is fenced in. Furnace replaced within the last 2 years. $230,000 MLS®1175809 ROB JUHASZ 613-360-0087

GREAT FAMILY HOME 2266 PITT ST, CORNWALL 2 storey 3 bdrm home, open concept on main floor, bath totally redone within last 2 years, with heated garage and a new roof put on in 2019. Well sought after neighborhood with school, outdoor pool and park all within walking distance. $205,000 MLS®1175625 ROB JUHASZ 613-360-0087

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767 KILLARNEY AVE, CORNWALL - 3 bdrm bungalow is centrally located, makes it easy to access all needs such as recreation, shopping, hospital, schools. A smaller back yard makes it easy to fence in and take care of. Basement is dry and great for storage or with some work could be some more living space. $177,000 MLS®1175632 ROB JUHASZ 613-360-0087

17442 HEADLINE RD, LONG SAULT So much to offer with 2 bdrms upstairs, and could have in-law suite or small apartment in basement. Open concept Kitchen, Dining.Upgrades include new window, door, & main bath. Over sized garage is perfect for backyard mechanic. $319,000 MLS®1165035 ROB JUHASZ 613-360-0087

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116 ANTHONY ST, CORNWALL 2+1 bdrm, 2 bathroom raised bungalow will be ready for its first owners! Stylish and open concept modern living at its best! Featuring: hardwood and ceramic throughout, granite/quartz countertops, attached garage, hot water on demand, high efficiency gas furnace, central A/C and eavestrough. Front yard will be sodded with grass seed in the back. Includes paved driveway and fully finished basement. Great location, complete with Tarion warranty. Price includes HST with rebate assigned back to the builder. $345,700 MLS®1151011 JEN BLAIR MANLEY 613-551-4133

NEED ROOM? THIS IS IT. 4144 COUNTY 34 RD, GREEN VALLEY Perfect starter home with lots of space this spacious 2000 square ft brick bungalow 3 bedrooms, large dinning, and living room $198,000 MLS®1175091 ROB JUHASZ 613-360-0087

233 NORTHWOODS CRES, CORNWALL This 2 bedroom home is nestled on a lot in a mature neighbourhood. Front foyer with access to the attached garage. Quick access to the 401, close to parks, schools and other amenities. $307,000 MLS®1175084 JEN BLAIR MANLEY 613-551-4133

STUNNING RIVERDALE GEM ON A QUIET CRESCENT

1009 OAK CRES. This 2 story, 4 bedroom home is ready to welcome you and your family. Attached double car garage. Fenced yard with stone patio and gazebo. Close to parks, schools and recreation. Make memories for years to come! New Listing $495,000 MLS®1174517 JEN BLAIR MANLEY 613-551-4133

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3220 MCCONNELL AVENUE. If you have a growing family or a blended family and are in need of more space to grow, this could be the one for you. The home boasts 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, Living room, Dining room, large kitchen, main floor family room, laundry and so much more. Don’t wait call today! $374,900 MLS®1174753 JO ANN LANGSTAFF 613-577-1873

PERFECT STARTER HOME

60 MAIN ST N. ALEXANDRIA Charming 2 bdrm located in the heart of Alexandria. Large lot w/fenced yard. Upgraded kitchen, bath & gas furnace. L-shaped kitchen with att. laundry room. Dining area overlooks living room. 2 bdrms upstairs. Metal roof. Call me for a showing. $119,900 MLS®1164814 LINDA GIROUX-DAIGLE 613-551-5839

MOOSE CREEK 5 ACRES 2238 VALLEY ST., MOOSE CREEK Great Starter Home. Convenient location for Ottawa/Cornwall commuters featuring 3 bdrm, 1 bath, ceramic flooring in bright kitchen/dining area, propane fireplace, metal roof, updated windows, deck and interlocking brick patio all on 5+ Acres. MLS®1161316 PETER HICKEY 613-551-6776

SOLD BRIGHT AND WELL MAINTAINED!

PLACE ST. LAURENT 18132 ST LAURENT BLVD, CORNWALL Luxurious ranch style bungalow with an open concept model offering 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a tasteful list of stunning upgrades. Place St. Laurent residents have access to private dock and area on the St. Lawrence River. $695,000 MLS®1174846 JOEL DUVAL 613-937-5030

3068 JOHNSTON AVE 3+1 bdrm split level home in a quiet neighbourhood. Family functional layout. Long foyer with coat closet. Deep hedged lot with a garden shed. Newer windows and doors in recent years. All appliances included. Close to schools, shopping and 401 access minutes away. $258,700 MLS®1175649 JEN BLAIR MANLEY 613-551-4133


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May the sacred heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved through the world now and for ever sacred heart of Jesus pray for us, ST. JUDE worker of miracles pray for us. Say this prayer nine times per day for nine days, by the ninth day your prayer will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. Thank you, ST. JUDE T.G.

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Mr. William “Bill” Morton Black Ritchie surrounded by his family at Hospice Cornwall on Saturday November 30, 2019 at the age of 83 years. Loving father of Sheri-Lyn Sinclair (Jeff), and Shaun Ritchie (Colleen). Sadly missed by Dawna Ritchie, and by his grandchildren Jessica, and Kaylee, and his loving niece Cathy Villeneuve (Doug). Predeceased by his brother Clarence Ritchie, his dear friend Linda MacDonald, and his parents Richard (Wesley) and Jean (née Black) Ritchie. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held by the family at a later date. If so desired, contributions in his memory to Hospice Cornwall would be appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Wilson Funeral Home 822 Pitt Street, Cornwall. Online messages of condolence may be made in the obituary section of: www.wilsonfuneralhome.ca

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Dear Santa, Hi! I’ve been waiting all year to write to you again… It’s Ava and I’m 6 years old and in Grade 1 this year!! First things first, I’m curious to know what your favourite cookie is? Us Charlebois Girls do a lot of baking together and so I wanted to ask in case it’s one we can make for you. I have been really, REALLY good this year because I never want to be on your Naughty List so I was hoping you could bring me a scented stuffy and a sewing kit so I can learn how to make dresses, please… that would make me SOO happy!! And I was hoping you could also bring my Mommy a special present, too, for being the best Mommy EVER. I will be counting down the days until you come…I’m so excited to have time off with my family to celebrate Jesus’ Birthday, too!! Thank you, Santa…I hope you and Mrs.Claus are having a fun time in the North Pole with all those adorable elves! Merry Christmas! Love Ava Fae Charlebois

Dear Santa, My name is Fraser MacCuaig and I am currently 2 years old. My mommy is writing on my behalf. I have been a very good boy this year. I have been very good at helping mommy and daddy with my new sister and love her very much. For Christmas, I am asking for a Rubble Stuffy from Paw Patrol, wooden blocks, and some farm toys. I promise to leave out some milk and cookies for you and some carrots and water for the reindeer. Thank you and Merry Christmas, Fraser MacCuaig Dear Santa, I love you so much!!! It’s my first time saying my note to you and I’m so happy! My name is Gracie Lu and I’m 4 years old. Guess what?! I started Kindergarten at Bishop MacDonell and I really like it because I’ve made lots of new friends. I am a good student and a great little sister so I hope you will bring me this new, funny game called Plumber Pants and maybe some stylish, new dress-up clothes, please. Could you bring our dog that passed away a little toy to Heaven, too? His name is Jack Jack…please tell him we miss him very much!! We will leave some milk and cookies out for you, PROMISE!! Thank you for everything that I want you to bring…I’m so, so, SO EXCITED for Christmas!!! Merry Christmas, Santa! Love Gracie Lu Charlebois

Dear Santa Claus, My name is Harrison Abraham and I’m eight-months-old. My mommy is writing this letter for me. I have been a very good boy for mommy and daddy and even Aunt Rachel and Grandma Val say I’m a good boy. Santa, for Christmas I would like a few toys and new P.J.’s. Mommy says I’m growing fast. I will be happy with what you bring me. P.S. There will be milk and cookies for you and surgar and carrots for your reindeer. Love, Harrison Bonjour Père Noël, Cette année j’aimerais avoir, Ordinateur, LoL, Poupée, Cadeaux surprise. Merci a l’avance! P.S. Cette année j’ai été grande fille pour mes parents, et gentille pour mes amis(e) et proffesseurs. Joyeux Noël et je t’aime beaucoup. N.B. dit a mes luttins que je lai attend (golden, silver et cupcakes). Merci je t’attend, Mercedes Cousineau

Dear Santa, My name is Sadie Anne MacCuaig and I am presently 2 months old. My mommy is writing on my behalf. I am very new to the world and bring lots of joy and smiles to my family and big brother. I would very much like a teething toy and a Winnie the Pooh stuffy. My mommy, daddy, and big brother say that I have been a very good girl. I promise that my big brother and I will leave some milk and cookies for you and some carrots and water for the reindeer. Thank you and Merry Christmas, Sadie Anne MacCuaig Dear Santa, How are you? My name is Weston and I am 1.5 years old. I am excited for Christmas because I love to see all the lights and play with the ornaments on the tree! I really like Sesame Street and would love any new toys you would like to bring me.Could you also bring my dog Caramel and my friend Duke some new bones to chew on? They are the best dogs and have been very good this year too. I will leave you some cookies and some goodies for the reindeer too! Merry Christmas Santa! Love, Weston Cadieux Dear Santa, My name is Rory Wells and I am two and a half years old. I have been a very good boy this year. I have also been a good big brother to my new baby sister Jane. For Christmas, I would like crafts and a pirate ship toy. Jane has also been a good girl and would like a small toy. My Mommy and I will bake you cookies for Christmas Eve. Thank you, Rory

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Celebrate Christmas in Dunvegan Ontario! The Glengarry Pioneer Museum will be hosting activities in partnership with the Historical Crafters Market at the Dunvegan Recreation Hall on Saturday, Dec. 7. Buy your Christmas tree, sip on hot chocolate and warm up by the bonfire. Lots of fun activities throughout the day to make your time in Dunvegan a truly magical one.

On Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 10 AM – 4 PM at Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School the Holy Trinity Guatemala Mission team is hosting a Christmas Vendors Market on December 7th from 10 to 4pm. The atrium and the gym will be bustling with plenty vendors. At Aultsville Theatre on Saturday, December 7 at 1:30 and 4:30 PM and on Sunday, & December 8 at 1:30 PM come and enjoy a musical based on the stories of P. L. Travers and the Walt Disney film. Original Music and Lyrics by: Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. The book by Julian Fellowes. The new songs and additional music and lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. It is co-created by Cameron Mackintosh. It is produced by Jennifer Bellemore and Katie Blackadder and ​directed by Corey Disotell.

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On Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 9 AM – 4:30 PM at Best Western Parkway Inn & Conference Center the Cornwall prowlers will be hosting a vendors show just before the Christmas Holidays. The prowlers invite everyone of check it out and do a little shopping for the holidays with over 30 booths available to check out.

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DECEMBER 10 Artist Meet & Greet: Anne Wylemans - Local artist Anne Wylemans will be on hand at the Ingleside Library to talk to patrons about how she creates her works of art using mixed media, acrylics, and watercolors. This event takes place on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. DECEMBER 15 Nativité Recitals: Christmas Recital Enjoy classical organ music in a divine setting with Nativité Recitals. The performance will be held on Sunday, Dec. 15 at 2:30 p.m. at Nativité Co-Cathedral (220 Montreal Rd.) featuring the talented André Gravel with vocal ensemble and piano. Admission is $10. DECEMBER 25 Ecumenical Christmas Lunch - At the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in South Lancaster on Wednesday, Dec. 25. Music at 11:30 a.m., lunch from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Don’t be alone on Christmas Day - Come and join us, all welcome Info: Lynne MacDonald at 613-931-1770 or Mary Lou Jurchuk at 613-363-8147. DECEMBER 31 Glengarry, Nor’Westers and Loyalist Museum Hogamany Party - The Glengarry, Nor’Westers and Loyalist Museum & the Williamstown Fire Department will be hosting a Family Hogmanay party Tuesday, Dec. 31, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Fun, food and fireworks to say goodbye to 2019. All welcome. Donations will be accepted.

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