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Hooked on family fishing fun Shawna O’Neill

CORNWALL, Ontario – Families casted out to Gray’s Creek between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for the 17th annual Family Fishing Day on Friday, July 6. “It’s license-free fishing week in Ontario,” said Brendan Jacobs, a Fish and Wildlife Biologist at the Raisin Region Conservation Authority (RRCA). The Ontario government designates two times throughout the year for license-free fishing, and the summer dates this year span Jun. 30 to Jul. 8. “As long as you follow the local zone fishing regulations, you’re good to go…it’s basically a way of introducing people who don’t normally fish, to fishing. So they don’t have to go out and buy a license to go fishing to see if they enjoy it or not,” said Jacobs. Jacobs expected to see up to 150 participants at the event.

Children had the opportunity to win a new fishing rod as two were up for grabs to the children who caught the longest fish. Tackle, rods and bait were provided, and fishers were treated to a complimentary barbeque lunch. Starting this year, residents can borrow rods all summer through the TackleShare program initiated by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH), sponsored by Ontario Power Generation (OPG). There will be 10 rods available at the Gray’s Creek Marina and 10 in Charlottenburg. “A lot of people are inside and spend more time on their tablets and their phones than outside nowadays. So it’s a good way to get yourself outside, get your kids in touch with nature, get your kids involved in the natural world,” said Jacobs. Jacobs thanked all of the event sponsors for making the family fun day possible, like the Cornwall Lunker Club, who was present to assist with fishing instructions and techniques.

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The Tattoo and Concert hit the right notes at the Games Provided by the Glengarry Highland Games The temperatures are soaring, the skies are sunny, and summer just keeps getting better. All are signs that the Glengarry Highland Games are right around the corner. Across North America, plans are being made for travel to Maxville on August 3 & 4th for the 71st edition of this premier highland event. With all of the hard work of the Games committees to prepare, everyone will be pleased with this year’s lineup of events and attractions. For many people the highlight of the Games is the Friday night Tattoo and Concert where the best of Glengarry meets the best of international entertainment. This year’s lineup has a distinctly Canadian flavour and will prove to be one the finest. Starting off the evening, Glengarry’s massed fiddlers take to the stage nearly one hundred strong. Then what would the Games Tattoo be without the world famous MacCulloch Dancers who fill the field and get the crowd clapping with their energetic and finely tuned performance. Glengarry’s popular MacLeod Fiddlers will also be performing to mark the 25th anniversary of their remarkable school of fiddling. A mainstay of any highland games and certainly at Glengarry, The Brigadoons will perform many of their favourite tunes that will please the appreciative crowd. The headliners for this year’s Games, The Steel City Rovers from Hamilton, promise to keep the huge audience entertained from their first note to their last. The Rovers present a cross-pollination of Celtic and North American traditions in a show that is lively, fresh and fun. When the stage dims, the Tattoo begins with massed pipe bands, brass bands and a stirring

visual presentation on the big screens. This year’s Tattoo will include a special tribute to the RCMP’s 20th Anniversary of their Tartan. To celebrate this anniversary, the RCMP Pipes, Drums and Dancers will take to the field to entertain the crowds. This highly regarded and sought after scarlet tunic clad band, along with their dancers, have earned a stellar reputation through their parades and performances both at home and abroad. As the last bands leave the field, the skies to the east explode with a fantastic fireworks display to end a perfect evening. As Director of Tattoo Neil McDonell says, “First introduced in 1963, the Friday night “Pre- Games concert” took place in simple fashion, on the track, in front of the grandstand. It has grown from an initial audience of 400 to a crowd of 8,000 by 1994. Each and every year the Tattoo exudes with talent and pageantry and is a show not to be missed!” A great summer’s evening entertainment, and oh, by the way, it’s free with the price of admission. For $25 people can come in the morning for the Scottish athletic events, stay in the afternoon for the fiddling and musical performances, grab a tasty dinner in one of the many food concessions and then continue the evening entertained by one of the finest outdoor concerts that can be found anywhere. Whether it’s your first Games or your 71st, the Friday night Tattoo and Concert will be a highlight of your stay. More information can be found at Glengarry Celtic Bands Take Over Games Entertainment Fans of Glengarry’s great celtic bands won’t have to travel too far to see them all gathered in one place. This year’s Games will highlight your favorites

The Steel City Rovers in the Metcalfe Centre and the Tent over the two days. On Friday, entertainment starts in the afternoon with a variety of local entertainment in the Metcalfe Centre including the Glengarry Girls Choir who have performed all over the region and beyond including the Antigonish Highland Games and Upper Canada Village’s Alight at Night. The entertainment really heats up after the Tattoo with Stewart’s Glen featuring Paddy Kelly and fiddler Ashley MacLeod in the Metcalfe Centre while over in the Tent, Fridge Full of Empties shares the evening with Bang on the Ear. Saturday is wall-to-wall celtic music beginning

at 2 pm and finishing at 10pm. The Tents have a lively lineup starting with Brandy n’ Port, then headliners Steel City Rovers, followed by Bang on the Ear and Fridge Full of Empties after the massed bands. The Metcalfe Centre presents more of Glengarry’s favourites with Bob & Ducky kicking off the lineup followed by Neil Emberg’s Trio, The Brigadoons and Brandy n’ Port. A real Glengarry ceilidh with all of the groups finishes off the evening starting right after the massed bands. This summer on Aug. 3 and 4, the best lineup of celtic music to be found anywhere is right here in your own backyard. See you at the Games and don’t forget your dancing shoes.

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Telemedicine Walk-in Clinic opens in Long Sault Shawna O’Neill

LONG SAULT, Ontario - The Long Sault Pharmacy officially opened its new Telemedicine Walk-in Clinic On Saturday, July 7. The clinic will be open Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Patients will video conference with a physician, and a physician’s assistant will accompany the patients in person to assist with all consultations. The consultations will take place in a clinic room, and a self-registration kiosk is available in the waiting area. Bryan Haley, owner of the Long Sault Pharmacy and Ingleside Pharmacy, would like to thank the Township of South Stormont and their

Community Improvement Plan for a generous grant of $10,000 to help build the facility. Haley decided to start the Telemedicine Walk-in Clinic in Long Sault because of local accessibility issues involving physicians. He believes these clinics exist in Ottawa and Akwesasne as well. “We found there was a real issue with accessibility in the area,” said Haley. “I constantly have people asking me if I know of any family physicians accepting patients.” The doctors that will be consulted through the clinic are based all over Ontario, with a large percentage residing in Toronto. The doctors are a part of the Appletree Medical Group.

The clinic is geared towards assisting minor ailments. A list of issues that the Telemedicine Walk-in Clinic can likely help with is present in the waiting area. “It’s not a replacement for a family physician,” said Haley. “Ideally, everyone would have a family physician, and have ready access to them. But that’s not the situation we’re in right now, and I thought this would be a good way to address that.” “These types of enterprises are very important to small communities like Long Sault,” said Mayor of South Stormont, Jim Bancroft. “I am very pleased to have this in the community,” said Guy Lauzon, MP for Stormont,

Dundas and South Glengarry. “Thinking outside of the box with things like this, maybe we can continue to give top health care and still be able to pay the bills.” Aside from the new clinic, the Long Sault Pharmacy offers many services. Haley recently implemented MyDNA Pharmacogenomic Testing, which assess how individuals’ genes process certain medications, helping to determine what medication someone should be taking and how much. There is also a health and fitness test offered, which will allow staff to recommend a diet based on how individuals’ bodies break down fats and cholesterols, and other factors.

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Students win Team Cornwall High School Bursaries Shawna O’Neill

CORNWALL, Ontario – Team Cornwall awarded eight high school students on Thursday, July 5 at City Hall for their strong qualities of character and good citizenship. Each student was awarded with $500 and a Team Cornwall shirt, so they can act as ambassadors of Cornwall while they continue their education. “These bursaries are to recognize these exceptional students and help them receive the education they want, as well as to encourage them to promote our beautiful city,” said Peter Gault, Chair of Team Cornwall. Each student was awarded with $500 and a Team Cornwall shirt so they can act as ambassadors of Cornwall while they continue their education. Gault said that the students chosen this year represent a diverse range of post-secondary careers, from nursing, to carpentry to law. The Team Cornwall High School Bursary has

been given out to graduating students for the past eight years. Faculty members of each high school in Cornwall selected one lucky recipient. “These students were chosen because they are leaders and proud of our city,” said City Councillor David Murphy to Team Cornwall. “As ambassadors, we hope they will continue to speak highly of Cornwall and let everyone know how great of a community this is.” This year’s award winners include Calvin Scott, a graduate of St. Joseph’s Catholic Secondary School, Benjamin Haley, a graduate of École secondaire publique L’Héritage, Ashley Payette, a graduate of Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School, Lauren Thomas, a graduate of Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School, Kyle Wylie, a graduate of St. Matthew Catholic Secondary School, Malcolm Would, a graduate of École secondaire catholique La Citadelle, Jasper Ross, a graduate of St. Lawrence Secondary School and Krissy Lanoix, a graduate of T.R. Leger.

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MCA could expand reserve lands by over 18,000 acres with new Dundee settlement Nick Seebruch

AKWESASNE - The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) announced that they have passed a resolution on the proposed Tsikaristisere/Dundee Claim Settlement Agreement-in-principle. The settlement will now be presented to the community at large for approval. As a part of the settlement, the MCA has the

opportunity to expand its lands by 18,282 acres in accordance with the Additions to Reserve policy. All acquired lands will be bought from willing sellers in Ontario and Quebec. “I would like to commend the efforts of past and current MCA negotiation team members,” said MCA Grand Chief Abram Benedict. “For nearly 40 years, this hard work and dedication has led to the successful conclusion of negotiations between the MCA and Canada. As we go forth, we are looking forward to the

community’s involvement in determining the approval of the settlement.” The MCA presented their claim to the federal government in 1981 under the Specific Claims Policy. In April 2015, the Government of Canada made a global settlement offer of $239,808,436. The MCA will be holding information sessions around the history of the Dundee land claim before the settlement is voted on by the community in a referendum.

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“Nightlife” in Cornwall Sara Lauzon Wayback Playback

My Dad has often told me, “Getting drunk in the seventies was an easy task, all you had to do was walk down Pitt Street, every second door was an entrance to a bar!” At the Wharf (located near Pitt and Water Streets) many Cornwallites purchased drafts for 10 cents a glass. Although it was originally constructed in 1888, the hotel became the “Lloyd George” in 1946 named after co-owners Lloyd Gallinger and George Bringloe. The building was demolished in 1978 to make way for the Cornwall Square. Some of Cornwall’s popular bars included: The Old Fort in the basement of the King George Hotel, The Lafayette (which later became the Aardvark) on First Street, St. Lawrence House (which is now La Maison on Montreal Road), the Cornwallis Hotel (located on Second Street), the YMCA Dance Hall (the dance hall was located upstairs and hosted dances on Friday nights), and The Royal Hotel on Montreal Road. Lalonde’s Bar in Riviere-Beaudette was a

popular place for Cornwallites to visit in the seventies. Cornwall bands like Slopjaw and The Butlers often played at the Quebec establishment, and many Cornwall citizens followed to join the party! The majority of seventies children were familiar with seeing wine-o’s down by Cornwall’s Harbour. That was “their spot” to drink. Many of these men were war veterans, and some of them were homeless. Movie Theatres and Drive Ins Cornwall children were blessed to have a variety of theatres and drive ins to choose from. They weren’t all located in Cornwall, but they were close enough to easily get to! Popular Drive Ins at the time included: Starlight Drive In which eventually became The Mustang (located on Purcell Road in Glen Walter), the Seaway Random Memories from the Seventies Drive In (at Pitt and Tollgate, where the chip Bowling at Nativity Church and Olympia stand is currently located), and the Curry Hill Bowl. It wasn’t uncommon to hear someone Drive In. groaning during a game because the pins often Cornwall children also had three movie thehit the pin boys! atres to choose from: the Capitol Theatre on On Pitt Street where Lahaie and Sullivan’s Second Street, which opened on January 23, 1928, and was demolished in 1991, the Palace Funeral Home is located, at the very back of the Theatre on Pitt Street, which opened in 1921 building used to house Kik-Cola. Children from and closed in the 1980s, and the Roxy/PortT:10”the seventies will remember eagerly hoping to Theatre, which opened on December 26, 1941. win something under their bottle cap!

Johnny Cash came to Cornwall on January 26, 1977. A Civic Complex employee wandered through the vents of the Complex, and snuck into Johnny’s room. When Mr. Cash came back, his wallet was missing. Outraged, he swore he would never return to Cornwall to play a show ever again, and he never did. Everyone from the seventies remembers Joe Belisle from Apple Hill (he never worked, and he never will!)

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Williamstown Fair offers new attractions, preserves traditions WILLIAMSTOWN, Ontario – Canada’s oldest annual fair will celebrate its 207th year this summer from Aug. 10 to 12. Once again the fair will be providing family fun and will incorporate new attractions this year. The fair is referred to as a ‘Heritage Fair with a family atmosphere’, and it incorporates a variety of programs, entertainment, competitions, rides, food and music for fairgoers of all ages. “In order to maintain this reputation, the organizing committee constantly focuses on what they can do to make the fair more enjoyable for visitors every year,” said Ron Eamer in a press release. This year the fair will incorporate 17 new inflatable rides, from alien laser tag, to a rock climbing slide, to a wipeout zone, which is

similar to the obstacle course seen on the television show Wipeout. “Continuing to focus on being ‘family friendly’, the committee has booked some 17 inflatable rides for the entertainment area, which will provide both challenges and fun for family members of all ages — from toddlers to adults,” said Eamer in a press release. The fair will also hold a Teen Dance this year on Friday, Aug. 10 at 9 p.m. at Pine Stage. The Teen Dance was a successful incorporation from last year, when the fair celebrated Canada 150. During Canada 150 celebrations, the fair hung 10 provincial flags and three territorial flags at the Centre Stage in honour of our country. Staying true to its roots, the fair will host an array of traditional activities, including but not limited to horse and cattle shows, woodworking, petting zoos, a talent contest, Karaoke Funfest, Farmer Olympics, a Highland dance

competition, sheep shearing and herding, tugof-war, the Quigley Highlanders Pipe Band and live music. Additionally, there will be concessions and vendors, an array of displays — like miniature trains and an exhibition hall and museum. Weekend passes for all three days are available for $20 at some local businesses in

Martintown, Williamstown and Lancaster prior to Aug. 1. After Aug. 1 the weekend passes will cost $25. Daily passes will be available at the gate for $12. Daily unlimited bracelets for the inflatable rides will be available for $15, while individual rides will be $3. For more information, visit or the fair’s Facebook page.

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR SPAGHETTI LUNCH & SUPPER ~ Friday, July 27, brought to you by members of Knights of Columbus Council 755, 205 Amelia St. Every last Friday of the month. Lunch: 11am-1pm. Supper: 4:30-6pm. Meals include: Spaghetti plate, coleslaw, bun, dessert, coffee or tea.

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JOY OF LEARNING Adult Basic Computer/ tablet/mobile telephone skills in the comfort of your home or workplace. Learn to use emails, search the internet, organize folders and more. Call The Joy of Learning 613-935-6857. MARTINTOWN & DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY - Do you enjoy Garden Tours, then join us on Wednesday, July 18th. Meet at the Martintown Community Centre between 8:30 & 9:00 AM to pick up your map, three garden to visit in the morning, then lunch at The Grand Hotel in Martintown, and two more gardens to visit in the afternoon. Tickets are available by calling Terri Reid at 613-528-4498. CORNWALL WESLEYAN CHURCH invites you to our Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. The Kings Kids and Company will be presenting a special program of puppets, songs, Bible Stories, crafts and more during the Konnect Church for children ages 4-12 for July 15 & 29. Nursery is also available. Bible Study Thursday will resume the middle of August. For further activities refer to www.cornwallwesleyanchurch. or call 613-936-0166. WEDNESDAY LUNCH ~ by the members of Knights of Columbus “Seniors & Friends”, 205 Amelia St. Every Wednesday from 11:30am-1pm. Also, Wing Night every Thursday from 5:30-8pm. MARTINTOWN MILL “Christmas in July” July 15. Free Admission 10am-3pm. Special activities for the kids, Christmas themed vendors decorations, free goodies. 5 artists inside the mill. 9 vendors outside. Come and buy early Christmas gifts and enjoy the Chritstmas goodies.

Walking with the Gals is an open walking group hosted by SASS of SDG&A. Tuesday mornings until August 7th we meet at the clocktower in Lamoureux Park at 9:00-10:00am. All levels welcome. If it rains we will meet at bottom of ramp at Civic Complex and walk indoors. More info: or 613932-1755 ext. 27 AVONMORE FAIR TALENT SHOW Saturday, July 21. Youth Talent show starts at 4pm, followed by Adult Talent Show at 8pm. The Tom Bishop’s Wild West Show will be held at 7pm. Info 613-346-2252 or email VOLUNTEER FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME! The Telephone Assurance Program is in need of volunteers to make a daily friendly phone call to a senior living alone. This call provides a safety check as well as increases their peace of mind and security within their home. If interested, please call the Glen Stor Dun Lodge Outreach Program at 613-933-3384 ext 4250. LONG SAULT PENTECOSTAL CHURCH will be running a FREE week long Vacation Bible School, “Maker Fun Factory” from July 31-Aug 5, 9:30am to 12 noon for kids age 4-12 years. Everyone is invited to join this fun time of songs, stories, crafts, games and snacks. Early registration and free hotdogs and hamburgers will be served at Long Sault Splash Pad on Saturday, July 21, 11am-2 pm. Info 613-534-9155. 14th ANNUAL CHARITY PIG ROAST Saturday, July 28 – 1 pm to 7 pm., 16050 Cty Rd 36, Long Sault. Lots of music and entertainment. Proceeds to Cornwall Hospice and Fragile X. Further info Ken McGillivray 613-534-2011

Ton Cerveau au Boulot class continues offering many workshops in July and August. The second workshop is about nutrition where, among others, you learn to read the food labels properly. This workshop is entitled: Eating better to think better ? It will be offered July 20th, at 9:30 a.m. at the Centre Charles-Émile-Claude. Due to limited places available, please register by calling Frédérique Théorêt at 613-932-1035 or by email at This workshop is free but offered in French only.


SALES this weekend

YARD SALE on Saturday, July 14 from 8 am - 2 pm at 1321 Stormont Drive, Cornwall. Household items, clothes, tools, life jackets, electronics, several collector’s cameras, new 42” tow behind lawn sweeper and much more. Rain date Sunday. LANCASTER FARMERS FLEA MARKET. Open every Saturday and Sunday 8 am - 5 pm at 401 and Hwy 34, Lancaster. Vendor info: 613-551-3831. YARD SALE 120 Augustus St. July 14 from 8 am - 2 pm. Everyone welcome.

To book your yard/ garage sale ad email: or call 613-933-0014 ext 258 Word ads cost $11+tax per week and can be paid by cash or credit card.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR TRINITY CHURCH YARD SALE Trinity Church Cornwall, 105 Sacond St., W., is holding a “Giant Garage Sale” on Saturday, July 21st, from 9:30 to Noon. Items from our Craft circle, including items to create your own crafts, along with many things found in the “Hall cleanup”. Our Sister Parishes of Long sault and Lancaster will also be participating. Come, browse.... you may find a great deal. GREEN THUMBS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY invite you to their annual Flower Show and Victorian Tea at the Meeting Place, Williamstown Fair Grounds, July 14. Enjoy the scent of the season! Come see who has the best marigold on the block! Doors open at 2–4pm. Free admission/Free will donation for tea! CORNWALL COMFORT QUILTS Located at The Care Centre, 510 Second Street East, Cornwall. Meets last Wednesday of each month (except December) Info: Hazel 613-933-3883, Helen 613-932-9517, Janice 613-936-1951. Email: Cornwallcomfort@Gmail.Com. CASINO TRIP to Shore Line Gananoque on Saturday, July 28, bus departs at 9:30am. Info: 613-932-6534. Proceeds toward St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre. LA PAROISSE DE LA COCATHÉDRALE DE LA NATIVITÉ DE LA B.V.M. 300, chemin Montréal, Cornwall, (613-932-7505). Messes dominicales le dimanche à 10h et le samedi à 17h.

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NAVY CLUB Thursday supper 5 pm. Different menu weekly. Karaoke with Georgie 5-9 pm. 30 Sixth St. East 613-938-0285 MOOSE LODGE (1367) Dance to Billy Gabriel, Saturday, July 14 from 8pm-12am. We have Hall Rentals for all occasions. Moose Lodge, 443 – 11th St. West. 613-938-0666. BEREAVED FAMILIES OF ONTARIO Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser – Saturday, July 14, starting at 5:30 pm – at Royal Canadian Legion – 415 Second St. West. Tickets available at Bereaved Families office – 216 Montreal Rd., Royal Canadian Legion and Event Brite. Info: Ileen Cayer 613-936-1455 or Francis Rounding 613-330-1922. SASS Centre Support Groups Wednesday, July 18th and Wednesday August 15th at 5-7pm at 123 Amelia Street, Cornwall, ON. Light refreshments will be served. Topics discussed may include Consent, Healthy Relationships, Self-blame, Triggers, and Dissociations. More info: or 613-932-1755 ext. 27. BAKE TABLE Lancaster Bake Sale on July 21st at St John’s Church Rozon parking lot.



DOES FOOD CONTROL YOUR LIFE? Do you constantly diet, starve, binge or purge? Do you hate your body? Do you eat and feel guilty? STOP hurting yourself with food. There is a place for you! We meet every Monday evening at 6:30pm at Wesleyan Church, 780 Sydney, Cornwall. You are not alone. Contact 613 6629979 or REX INVITES YOU TO THE AMAZING SCIENCE CENTRE, 52 Eighth Street East, Cornwall, open Saturdays 1–4pm. Available for groups by appointment. New presentations “In the Beginning“ a journey to Galaxy’s and a trip through our Solar System, as well as “What killed our Dinosaurs“ Call 343-885-9633 ALZHEIMER SOCIETY Paddle Poker Run on July 21 at Hybrid Marine. Golf Tournament on August 17. Call 613 932-4914 for info and reservations. MARTINTOWN GRIST MILL Sundays (July 1-Sept 2)-10am-3pm. Free admission. Artists inside, farmers’ market, vendors, and special events (Christmas in July-July 15) & (Doors Open - Aug. 18 & 19), entertainment, 2nd floor museum.


Annual Memorial Sunday July 15th St. Andrew`s Presbyterian Church, South Lancaster at 11 a.m. Anyone who has loved ones buried in the cemetery are invited to decorate the graves and attend this special service of remembrance. St. Andrew`s Quartet, Rachel Duplantie, Kevin Russell, Janet and Brian Timms, will share their gift of music along with piper Robbie Moffatt. Following the service a luncheon will be served in the church hall. For more information please contact Rev. Ian MacMillan at 931-2545. Le cours de Ton Cerveau au Boulot continue d’offrir plusieurs ateliers dans les mois de juillet et août. Le deuxième atelier concerne la nutrition, entre autres, comment lire les étiquettes alimentaires. Cet atelier est intitulé : Bien manger pour mieux penser ? Il sera offert le vendredi 20 juillet prochain à 9 h 30 au Centre Charles-Émile-Claude. Étant donné du nombre limité de places, vous êtes priés de vous enregistrer en écrivant au ou en communiquant avec Frédérique Théorêt au 613-932-1035. Aucun frais pour cet atelier. MUSICAL WORHSHIP SERVICE Awardwinning Gospel group “The Proverbs” will be performing at the Avonmore Fair. Saturday, July 22 at 9:30am. They are one of Canada’s best known Christian Music Artists with a career that began in 1967. They will also perform at show at noon on the stage. For more information on the Avonmore Fair visit

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Arrêts et accusations multiples du GTRC Communiqué de presse de la GTRC CORWNALL, Ontario - Le 12 juin 2018, à la suite d’une enquête menée conjointement par les agents de l’Agence des services frontaliers du Canada (ASFC), le ministère des Finances de l’Ontario, la Police provinciale de l’Ontario et le GTRC, Cheryl Fournier (50 ans), de Cornwall, en Ontario, a été interceptée par la Police provinciale de l’Ontario sur l’autoroute 401. Elle était en possession de 78 950 grammes de tabac fabriqué et de 636 cigares. Cheryl Fournier a été transférée aux agents du GTRC pour la poursuite de l’enquête. Le 27 juin 2018, les agents du GTRC ont arrêté et accusé Angelo Sanseverino (51 ans), de Cornwall, en lien avec cet événement. Les deux suspects font face à des accusations de produits du tabac non estampillés, en vertu de la Loi de 2001 sur l’accise ainsi qu’à des accusations en vertu de la Loi de la taxe sur le tabac de l’Ontario. Cheryl Fournier et Angelo Sanseverino ont été remis en liberté sous promesse de comparaître devant la cour de Cornwall le 31 juillet 2018. L’enquête a permis de saisir au total 25 boîtes contenant du tabac à mâcher, du tabac à pipe et des cigares, ainsi qu’un véhicule Dodge Journey 2014. « Je suis très heureuse de constater de tels uns les autres en vue de préserver la sécurité communiquer avec le GTRC, au 1 613 937efforts de collaboration par nos services de 2800, ou avec Échec au crime, au 1 800 police partenaires, a déclaré Sue Black, de nos communautés. » 222-8477. Si vous détenez des informations sur des officière responsable du Détachement de Le GTRC est une force policière mixte, Cornwall de la GRC. Nous nous soutenons les activités criminelles dans votre région, veuillez

composée de la Gendarmerie royale du Canada, de la Police provinciale de l’Ontario, de l’Agence des services frontaliers du Canada et du ministère des Finances de l’Ontario.

La présence d’opioïdes se rapprochant du fentanyl dans les drogues de rue confirmée dans la localité structure chimique est similaire au fentanyl. L’analogue du fentanyl illicite est considéré extrêmement dangereux à consommer. À l’origine, cet analogue avait été développé à des fins de recherche et d’usage médico-légal. Il n’était pas destiné à la consommation humaine. Récemment, la présence potentielle d’autres drogues très toxiques contenant du fentanyl a été signalée dans l’Est ontarien, incluant de « l’héroïne mauve ». L’héroïne mauve est un

CORNWALL, Ontario - Le Service communautaire de la police de Cornwall (SCPC) et le Bureau de santé de l’est de l’Ontario (BSEO) avertissent les résidents d’un nouvel opioïde relié au fentanyl dans la communauté. La cocaïne et un analogue du fentanyl ont été détectés dans une drogue de rue sous forme de poudre blanche, saisie vers la fin de 2017 par le SCPC. Un analogue est une drogue dont la

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mélange qui peut contenir de l’héroïne, du fentanyl, du carfentanil ou d’autres drogues. Elle a aussi été détectée dans d’autres régions d’un bout à l’autre de l’Ontario, plus récemment à Ottawa. « La santé et la sécurité de notre communauté est notre priorité. Il est donc nécessaire que le public soit mis au courant de ce qui peut circuler », dit Danny Aikman, chef désigné du SCPC. « Alors que le SCPC travaille avec diligence pour éliminer les drogues illicites dans nos rues, il est toutefois important de rappeler au public les risques de consommer des drogues, surtout quand on ne sait pas ce qu’elles contiennent. » Les gens qui utilisent des médicaments contrefaits ou des drogues de rue sont à risque élevé de faire une overdose puisqu’ils ne savent pas ce que contient la drogue et qu’elle est parfois mortelle en très petites doses. « Nous recommandons fortement au grand public d’éviter de consommer la drogue de rue à cause de ce danger accru », déclare Dr Paul Roumeliotis, Médecin hygiéniste du BSEO. « Si vous avez besoin d’aide pour cesser d’utiliser les drogues, nous vous encourageons à demander l’aide d’un centre de soins comme le Centre communautaire de santé mentale et de dépendances de l’Hôpital communautaire de Cornwall, le centre de Santé mentale et toxicomanie de l’Hôpital général de Hawkesbury,

Recovery Cornwall et Change Healthcare.” Le SCPC et le BSEO incitent les résidents à réduire les risques d’une overdose en évitant complètement d’utiliser les drogues de rue. Pour ceux qui continuent de les consommer, le BSEO incite à la prudence et suggère de ne les utiliser que là où les services d’urgence peuvent les trouver, d’éviter de combiner différentes drogues ou les drogues et l’alcool, et de se procurer gratuitement une trousse de naloxone qui peut renverser l’effet d’une overdose d’opioïdes. Si vous soupçonnez que vous ou une connaissance êtes en train de faire une overdose, appelez le 911. La Loi sur les bons samaritains secourant les victimes de surdose protège les gens qui font une overdose ou ceux qui sont témoins d’une overdose et qui font le 911 pour demander de l’aide. Pour en savoir plus sur les trousses de naloxone pour la prévention d’overdose et les endroits où les trouver, consultez la page sur le fentanyl du site Web du BSEO à ou visitez Vous pouvez aussi appeler le BSEO au 613-933-1375 ou au 1 800 267-7120. Dans le cadre de son mandat de santé publique, le BSEO surveille la situation locale concernant les opioïdes et les autres drogues de rue dans la région en collaboration avec quelques partenaires communautaires.



Cornwall Day supports Cornwall ball clubs Nick Seebruch

CORNWALL, Ontario - The Ottawa Champions Baseball Club and the Optimist Club of Cornwall are working together to support baseball and softball clubs in Cornwall. Tickets from the Ottawa Champions Baseball Club July 21 game against the Trois-Rivières Aigles will help support local clubs including Cornwall District Minor Baseball, Cornwall Kinsmen Minor Girls Softball and Cornwall Optimist Minor Softball. “This event is an opportunity for us to promote the City of Cornwall in Ottawa,” explained Mayor Leslie O’Shaughnessy. “Cornwall Tourism Pictured, from left: Davyd Balloch, assistant general manager with the Ottawa staff will be on hand to spread the word about Champions Baseball Club, Roger Sauve, Kinsmen Girls Softball, Mayor Leslie the attractions available in our city.” O’Shaughnessy, Brian Nowry, Cornwall District Minor Baseball, Ralph Brunton and The Optimist Club of Cornwall has organized Terry Muir, both of the Optimist Club of Cornwall. Missing: Rick Dore of the Optimist a shuttle bus from the Civic Complex to Club of Cornwall. Photo provided by the City of Cornwall. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park in Ottawa for the game. The bus leaves at 5:30 p.m. here at home,” said O’Shaughnessy. for youth aged six to 15, and children under five on July 21 and will be returning around 11 p.m. Cornwall baseball players will be on the field enter free and tickets are available through “It’s also a chance for our local ball players to during the national anthem, and a fireworks Cornwall District Minor Baseball, Cornwall watch professional baseball players in action, all show will go off at the end of the game. Kinsmen Minor Girls Softball and Cornwall while supporting the baseball clubs we have Tickets are $14 for adults, $11 for seniors, $5 Optimist Minor Softball.

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Tim Houle Auto Talk

Tires are one of the most overlooked parts of a car. Only one out of 10 drivers checks his or her tire pressure correctly, compared with almost seven out of 10 who wash their cars regularly. But the truth is that an under-inflated, over-inflated, worn down or misaligned tire can be extremely dangerous, particularly in hot summer weather. Tire pressure changes with the rising temperatures -- approximately one to two PSI (pounds per square inch) for every 10-degree increase in outside air temperature. Consult your owner’s manual or the sidewall of your tire to see what your tire pressure should be and check it with a hand pressure gauge or just let the guys at the service shop do it for you. An under-inflated tire bulges outward and puts undo pressure on the sidewalls of the tire. With enough heat and pressure, that tire eventually will blow. An over-inflated tire, on the other hand, makes less contact with the road and can lead to hydroplaning in wet conditions. Not everyone carries around a professional device for measuring tread depth, but there is a simple trick most of us can use with a good old toonie. 12/32s of rubber, if you’re testing the depth of your new tires,

should reach the paws of the polar bear on the toonie. At 50 percent wear, which is approximately 7/32s of tread, if you put your toonie into the tire tread, it will cover the nickel part of the toonie. At 4/32s of tread, at which the tire would not be very good in winter driving although would still have tread on it, would just partially cover the letters of the word “dollars” on your toonie. And don’t forget about your spare! There’s no point in having a spare tire if your spare is in worse condition than the rest. Make sure the spare is properly inflated and has ample tread depth.

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Nominations for all offices shall close at 2:00 p.m. on July 27, 2018. Nominations will only be certified when the Clerk is satisfied that the person is qualified to be nominated and that the nomination complies with the MEA. Candidates for Municipal office must, upon nomination, be a qualified Municipal elector and fulfill all of the following requirements: • A resident of the Municipality, a non-resident owner or tenant of land in the Municipality or the spouse of such non-resident owner or tenant; • A Canadian citizen; • At least 18 years old; • Not legally prohibited from voting; and, • Not disqualified by any legislation from holding Municipal office. NOTE: A Candidate, if nominated, must remain qualified throughout the election and, if elected, throughout the term of office. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that in the event there is an insufficient number of certified Candidates to fill the positions in the Municipality, nominations will be reopened by the Returning Officer, for the vacant positions only. Additional nomination papers would then be accepted between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on August 1, 2018. For further information, please contact the Clerk’s Office.

TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH STORMONT Nominations accepted by the Clerk, or Designate, of the Township of South Stormont: Loriann Harbers, CMO 2 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault ON K0C 1P0 613-534-8889 | 800-265-3915

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SCHOOL BOARD OFFICES FOR WHICH PERSONS MAY BE NOMINATED shall be filed with the designated Clerk’s Office, for: • Upper Canada District School Board (English Public) • Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario (English Separate) • Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est ontarien (French Separate) • Conseil des ecoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario (French Public)

TOWNSHIP OF NORTH STORMONT Nominations accepted by the Clerk, or Designate, of the Township of North Stormont: Marc Chenier 15 Union Street, Berwick ON K0C 1G0 613-984-2821 | 877-984-2821


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MUNICIPAL OFFICES FOR WHICH PERSONS MAY BE NOMINATED: Mayor One (1) to be elected at large Deputy Mayor One (1) to be elected at large Councillors Three (3) to be elected at large

TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH GLENGARRY Nominations accepted by the Clerk, or Designate, of the Township of South Glengarry: Kelli Campeau 6 Oak Street, Lancaster ON K0C 1N0 613-347-1166 - Seaway News - Wednesday, July 11, 2018 - 11

CORNWALL, Ontario – The Renegade Bass Tour held its second qualifier competition of 2018 at Lake Saint Francis on Saturday, July 7. “We run one of the biggest tournament series in Canada. We have four qualifier events and a two-day championship, which was here last September,” said Mike Vandenberg, president of Renegade Bass Tour. This year, the winning team will receive a Bass Cat Boat from Mercury Marine. Vandenberg is thankful for the multiple sponsors that make the event possible. There are currently 76 teams competing from all across Eastern Ontario. The third qualifier of the season will take place on the St. Lawrence River in Morrisburg on July 21. The top 40 teams after the four qualifying competitions will continue on to the two-day championship. Each team enters their five biggest bass fish of the day to be weighed, and the Mike Vandenberg, president of Renegade Bass Tour, holding fish he caught on heaviest fish determine the winning teams. Saturday, July 7 at Lake Saint Francis. (Shawna O’Neill, TC Media). “It was a little tough,” said Vandenberg about the competition on Saturday. “The week was that stirred things up.” To find out more about Renegade Bass Tour, very promising with the warm stable weather… On July 7, Clancy Mulvihill and Jeff List fin- or to register for future competitions, visit renebut we had a little front come through on Friday ished first with a total weight of 22.06 lbs.

MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2018 NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS FOR OFFICES Pursuant to the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, (MEA), as amended, this notice is to post dates and times for filing NOMINATIONS of the offices to which persons may be elected for the term commencing December 1, 2018. Nominations can be made during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays commencing on May 1, 2018 to July 26, 2018 and on Nomination Day, July 27, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that Nominations for the positions listed below must be made on the prescribed forms available at the Clerk’s Office. Nomination forms must be filed, with the prescribed declaration by at least 25 persons, either in person, or by your agent, with the Returning Officer of the appropriate municipality (refer to the applicable Municipal information box below or the appropriate Municipal website). The required filing fee for the Head of Council (Mayor) is $200 and $100 for all other offices. The nomination filing fee shall be paid in cash, debit, certified cheque or money order made payable to the Municipality.



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CORNWALL, Ontario - Andre Pommier and Pommier Jewellers presented their annual Pommier Pendants to six graduating students from local Cornwall schools. Pommier told the students that they deserved this recognition because of their hardwork and their leadership in their own communities.

Pictured from left-to-right are Shelby Parisien of St. Matthew’s Catholic Secondary School, Lauren D’Alessio from La Citadell, Kelsey Guindon of St. Joseph’s Catholic Secondary School, Andre Pommier, Allen Manson Lundy from L’Heritage, Jaimee Saumier from CCVS and Morgan Villeneuve from Tagwi (Nick Seebruch/ TC Media).

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CORNWALL & AKWESASNE, Ontario – Heart of the City will be conducting two guided tours this summer, teaching attendees about some of the history within Cornwall and Akwesasne. Tickets are $50 and went on sale yesterday, July 5, at the Chamber of Commerce. “We wanted to create a bit of a partnership, so we had some meetings with our colleagues in Akwesasne and we created this Beyond the Borders Tour,” said Todd Lihou, Centretown Coordinator with Heart of the City. Through partnership with the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Economic Development, two tours were created. The first will take place on July 21. During the morning portion of the tour, attendees will start at the Cornwall Historic Parkette with Sara Lauzon, who is known as Cornwall’s Little Historian. She will guide attendees through

downtown, stop at the historical plaques and Sara Lauzon, known speak about Cornwall’s history. After this poras Cornwall’s Little tion of the tour, attendees will be taken on a bus Historian, will be leading a portion of the guided to Summerstown, where they will set off on a tours around the city. boat to Thompson Island. Lunch will be provid(Submitted photo). ed and the afternoon will be spent learning about Indigenous culture, specific to Akwesasne. The second guided tour will take place on August 14. The morning tour around Cornwall won’t change, but instead of going to Thompson Island in the afternoon, attendees will be taken by bus to the Native North American Travelling College. “We wanted to give people kind of a broad spectrum of information, and we thought splitting it up like that would do that,” said Lihou. “And really, what this is is a pilot project, so we are doing a couple this year to see what type of been talking about it already – we’re going to during the summer months.” There will be space for 30 participants on engagement we get. And if people are into it – branch out and do a bunch next year. So we and we think they will be because people have could do maybe a couple a month next year, each tour.

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September: Fires, Floods & Things We Leave Behind. This will be the first album she proCORNWALL, Ontario – Melanie Brulée, a duced on her own with her band, and her first singer-songwriter who was raised in Cornwall, solo album in English, as her debut album will be performing at Schnitzels European Débridée was in French. The single ‘Whiskey & Whine’ will likely be the first release from the Flavours on Aug. 3 at 7 p.m.

was ever particularly interested in, until she moved to Toronto and was asked to play in a country music band. This experience, and growing up listening to country music, influenced Brulée’s upcoming album. “This album has a Cornwall connection in a few different ways…My mother loves anything that has to do with country music, especially classic country music. She introduced me/forcefed me country music growing up, and I really didn’t like it at the time,” said Brulée. Brulée believes her new album has more of an americana or spaghetti western sound, instead of pop country. She also likes that the songs are more easily reproduceable with a lot of acoustic guitar, instead of heavy synthesizers, which were frequently featured on her first album. “Maybe nature and being outside has influenced this album a little bit more than the rebellious rock thing,” said Brulée. “This is definitely a bit more grounded, a bit more rootsy…probably just a representation of where I am in my life, and feeling a little more settled in who I am.” Themes of sobriety are common on Brulée’s new album, as it is a path many of her friends have taken, which she commends. Brulée wrote

a lot of the songs while on a road trip, and with bandmates in Nashville. To ensure you will get the new album, Brulée suggests signing up for her mailing list. She plans to launch a pre-order campaign soon that will offer different items and experiences, along with an album. Some bundles will include horseback riding together, creating custom perfumes and celebrating with champagne, and spending a night on the town together in Nashville while staying at her home. “I was thinking about what it is I want in my life, and it always comes down to an experience is worth way more than any thing somebody can provide,” said Brulée. “So I wanted to return the favour and keep that thing going.” Additionally, Brulée has recently worked with Patrick Drouin, a tattoo artist from Cornwall, designing some merch for her. Drop Dead Thread in Cornwall will also screen print merchandise. Brulée is excited that she has connections in Cornwall, and hopes to grow them to potentially shoot a music video. Brulée’s music is available on various platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music. She has a Youtube channel and a Facebook page, as well as a website

Melanie Brulée album in early August. Apart from her solo work, Brulée often performs in bands and duos. She has been on collective albums, extended play records and a number of projects with numerous artists. She has also released cover songs, and recently two covers of ‘These Boots Are Made For Walkin’’ on Friday, July 6. Country music wasn’t something that Brulée

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“The more I spend time away from Cornwall, I realize what an amazing part of the world it is that you can live financially cheaper than most places,” said Brulée. “You’re so easily connected to Ottawa, Montreal, New York, Toronto – I mean, the world is your oyster and it’s so much cheaper to live in Cornwall…I’m realizing what an amazing place I’m from.” Brulée is releasing her second solo album in


Do you come from away? Nick Seebruch

On my recent weekend vacation in New York City, I took in an off-broadway production of Come from Away at the Gerald Schoenfeld theatre. For those not familiar with the live musical, it is about the small Newfoundland town of Gander, and how their town of 7,000 people welcomed 7,000 refugees from all-over the world on 9/11. On 9/11 when the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration closed North American airspace after the attacks in Washington, Pennsylvania and New York every plan in the sky in the area landed at the airport in Gander, NFLD. Watching how that town reacted to welcoming strangers they did not know, in a situation that might be dangerous, could not help but remind me of our own recent situation in Cornwall with asylum seekers. Last year, I wrote a column about the 240 asylum seekers that were housed for a little over a week at the Nav Centre. In that column I wrote that those who were criminals or bad

actors would be filtered out by the federal government and that those who truly needed help, would get it and that all we had to do as hosts, was to show them the best of Canada. A little under a year later, we’ve found out that the Nav Centre in Cornwall again could play host to as many as 500 asylum seekers. If they come at all, any asylum seekers who come to Cornwall have already been deemed eligible for refugee status by the Canadian Border Service Agency (CBSA). This means that they have been interviewed by the CBSA, that their photos and fingerprints have been taken and that they have had health, security and criminal background checks. Additionally, not all, or possibly any, of the asylum seekers who might stay in Cornwall would have crossed illegally. So far this year, 21,596 asylum seekers have crossed into Canada according to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Of that total, 56 percent crossed over at a legal port of entry. If Cornwall hosts asylum seekers again this year, they will have already gone through extensive vetting by the federal government

and will face more screening before they are accepted. Like Gander in 2001, Cornwall’s task is to serve as host and to show the best of our community and our country to these people who are afraid and looking to settle a better life. On 9/11 a community of 7,000 welcomed another 7,000 into their community, schools, and homes. They gave them food, drink, and a friendly ear to help put them at ease. They

held parties at their legion for the so-called “Plane People” and community BBQ’s. Cornwall could do at least that much, and if any of those asylum seekers are welcomed into Canada, maybe we’ll be lucky enough that they call Cornwall their home. If a community like Gander can handle doubling its population overnight, then Cornwall can surely handle playing host to a mere 500 asylum seekers.

After three years, Canadians with corporate pensions are no more secure than they were then. Our message has been loud and clear we support extending super priority status to pensions deficits and encourage you to legislate this protection immediately. Conservatives, you passed legislation giving super priority to current pension contributions. That was a great step, but it didn’t go far enough. As official opposition we call on you to hold the governments feet to the fire, and commit to super priority for all unfunded pension liabilities as part of your 2019 election platform. NDP we support Bill C384 introduced by MP Scott Duvall and encourage you to continue to

do everything in your power to bring bill C384 to the floor. Please take this message to your caucus in Ottawa Prime Minister Trudeau ALL CANADIANS ARE IN URGENT NEED OF PENSION SECURITY.


Inaction on pensions is past time for Parliament to act to change Canadas INSOLVENCY LEGISLAATION to protect pensioners. Its been over 100 days since the federal government announced in its 2018/2019 budget that it would finally take action to address the critical need to improve pension protection in insolvency. Since then, we have seen no concrete progress. In the meantime, the financial livelihood of millions of Canadians remains at risk. Were tired of broken promises and empty Dear Sirs, Across Canada, this message is being sent to platitudes. We call on ALL PARTIES to act now. Liberals, you won a decisive majority in 2015 MPs by their constituents. We represent hundreds of thousands of Canadians who believe it with a promise to increase retirement security.

Respectfully, Mr Peter Vialls Air Canada Retiree - Cornwall, ON C.C. The Honorable M Andrew Scheer Leader of Conservative Party The Honorable M Scott Duvall, NDP Party The Honorable Mr. Francis Scarpaleggia, Lac Saint Louis, QC

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The great columnist Allan Fotheringham (aka Dr. Foth) was right when he announced that when it comes to grinding out a newspaper column in the sweaty grips of the lazy, hazy days of summer, when the national snooze button is hit, sometimes there is more newsprint than news. Just a side note vis-a-vis Fotheringham who was known for his great wit. He once described Prime Minister Brian Mulroney as the “jaw that walks and talks like a man.” So, moving right along .... Few years back a friend sent me what he said was proof of how stupid society has become. Here are three of his examples. (Hey, we said it was slow news day). Jeffrey will not be still in class, he disrupts other students. 1957 - Jeffrey sent to the principal’s office and given a good paddling by the Principal. He then returns to class, sits still and does not disrupt class again. 2010 - Jeffrey is given huge doses of Ritalin. He becomes a zombie. He is then tested for Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). The family gets extra money from the government because Jeffrey has a disability. Johnny falls while running during recess and scrapes his knee. He is found crying by his teacher, Mary. Mary hugs him to comfort him. 1957 - In a short time, Johnny feels better and goes on playing. 2010 - Mary is accused of being a sexual predator and loses her job. She faces three years in prison. Johnny undergoes five years of therapy. Jack goes quail hunting before school and then pulls into the rural school parking lot with his shotgun in his truck’s gun rack. 1957 - Vice principal comes over, looks at Jack’s shotgun, goes to his pick-up and gets his shotgun to show Jack. 2010 - School goes into lock down, RCMP called, Jack hauled off to jail and never sees his truck or gun again. Counselors called in for

traumatized students and teachers. AROUND AND ABOUT The days of getting a free pass at the Cornwall port of entry on many minor purchases after slipping across the border to gas-up over. As a result of the trade war with the Excited States of America, the CBSA is clamping down. On the plus side, no way of checking on gasoline purchased State side. At least not yet. ... Thumbs up to the local Canada Day committee for another successful party at Lamoureux Park. The Canada Day celebration godfather, the late Norm Lalonde, would be proud of the way it has carried on. ... A member of the Old Sweats Fraternity, Connie Payment, adds to the Ma Lalonde discussion. Connie noted that while Florence Lalonde purchased dozens of boxes of buns from Lanthier Bakery each week, the meat for all those 10-cent burgers came from familyowned Villeneuve Meat Market on Augustus Street. ... Postmedia expected to make more staff cuts at its stable of papers. Hard to believe the local daily, down to about a dozen people, five of them in the newsroom, could make any cuts and continue as a six-day paper. Paid daily circulation, which hit 20,000 in the early 1990s when the newsroom had 20 staffers, said to be less than 5,000. ... First it was self-service gas stations. Then came the ATMs which not only dispense your money but take deposits. Now we have retail self checkouts for those who don’t shop on line. The day of the cashier is coming to an end. HERE AND THERE Police officers respond to dozens of domestic calls in a career but for a former city cop one stands out as unique. It his the first call on his first shift. A young wife called the station to say her husband had threatened her in their Montreal Road apartment. What caused the dispute? Hubby was upset because she didn’t flush the toilet. She said he was the non-flusher. Eventually, with the help of the officer, things were settled and the toilet got flushed. ... Two things Quebec visitors stock up on before leaving for home after a Sunday on the Long Sault Parkway: milk and gas, both cheaper in Ontario. ... Thinking of starting a new feature called “Thinking Outside the Box”. Hare-brained ideas would have to cost taxpayers AT LEAST $15 million. The grand winner would received a Hugo Award. ... Re: the Statue of Liberty protester.

completed the four-year apprenticeship program at Howard Smith Paper Mill, the first to complete the program. ... A Track Road man who pleaded guilty to causing a disturbance was given a 30-day jail term by Magistrate P. C. Bergeron. ... Stormont Progressive Conservative Association named Harrison Corners farmer and former MPP John Lawrence MacDonald its candidate for the Aug. 10 federal election. The Liberals named long-serving MP Lionel Chevrier their candidate. ... The Mermaid Fish and Chip Shop, 135 Montreal Rd. (across from the Roxy Theatre); Pearson’s Furniture, 30 Sydney St.; Frenette’s Used Car lot, 711 Pitt St.; The Youth Centre, Third and Pitt streets; R. C. Lemire Paints, Montreal Road; The Advance Shop, 250 Pitt St.; Fournier Furniture, 231 Pitt St. TRIVIA ANSWER: The National Hockey League statistic former Cornwall Royals’ players Rod Willard and Jeff Eatough share with Hockey Night in Canada’s Don Cherry and Carolina Hurricanes’ general manager Don Waddell is that each played just one game in the NHL. TRIVIA: Former Stormont MP Lionel Chevrier, who served as federal transport minister, laid the cornerstone for this federal building on Nov. 1, 1954. PEARLS OF WISDOM Before Donald Trump and fake news there was Harold Ballard, the cantankerous owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs who once looked up at the Gardens’ press box and told sidekick King Clancy, “You can’t believe anything those guys write. They’re all smoking marijuana up there.”

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Instead of a full-scale “rescue” operation carried on television, why not just ignore the stunt. You got up there on your own, get down on your own. ... In 1968 Mary Hopkins had a hit tune “Those Were the Days”. They sure were. ... Local artist J. P. (Pete) Leclair will stage an exhibition of his work at Cline House Gallery. Opening night is July 26 ( 7 o’clock). It runs until Sept 15. ... THIS WEEK 1953 The North End Social Club was presented with its charter. Charter directors were Thomas Hale, Dominic Battista and Theodore (Ted) Murphy. ... Construction of a new chemical plant - Howard and Sons - on Hoople Avenue was nearing completion. In full production, it would employ 25 people. ... City council notified Cornwall Township council that the city would not provide fire services after Dec. 31 after the township said it would not pay the increased $40,000 service fee. The township said it would pay no more than $26,000 per year for fire protection. ... Cornwall Public School Board approved construction of a new school at Sydney and Eighth Street at a cost of $120,000. ... City residents Alex Cross and his wife Nora drowned after the outboard motor on their boat exploded throwing both non-swimmers into the St. Lawrence River near Roosevelt Bridge. Both were 41 years old. ... Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA) signed its first contract with TCF Canada. The one-year contract gave workers a base hourly wage of $1.20 an hour. The base wage for tradesmen was $1.65. The work week was set at 42 hours with double time paid on Sundays. ... Roland Mercier and John Entwistle won the men’s two-ball tournament at Cornwall Golf and Country Club. ... Tom Sparrow and Bill Hart



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116 PiTT sT - $475,000 CommeRCial (1110133) 1500 Sq.ft. per flr bldg. Store vacant, upstairs features exquisite furnished 2 bdrm apt rented @ $1400/mth+utl, living rm w/sood frpl, combo kit/dining rm,countertop stv & blt-in oven, counter w/4 stools, 5pc bath, C/A,

(1115322) 3 Bdrm, 2-storey semi, hdwd flrs in dining & living rms, C/A, some recent updated, fenced yard.

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37 ChaNTiNe dR - $359,000

645-645-1/2 gloUCesTeR - $104,900

(1099245) 2-2 Bdrm side by side front & back. Main unit Vacant. 2 recent FA gas furnaces & 2 hot water tanks, roof reshingled 2015.

maurice (moe) lemieux* 613-930-1136

(1093483) Great 1750 sq.ft. bung in an ideal location. Features open concept Living rm/Kit/Dining rm, some hdwd flrs. 4 bdrms, 2 baths, Master bdrm with full ensuite, dbl att garage on 90x242 lot.

maurice (moe) lemieux* 613-930-1136

1396 loChiel sT $249,900

1133 heBeRT - $151,900 (1115193) Cute little starter home. Recently updated. Give Bill a call for all the details.

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221-223 BelmoNT $134,900

(1115205) Great Investment Opportunity! Call Bill for more details.

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301 BelmoNT $136,900 312 sT. FeliX - $121,900 (1109072) Affordable 2-storey, 3 bdrm

(1115197) 4 Bedrooms and CHEAPER THAN RENT. Call Bill for more details.

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601 ViRgiNia sT - $235,000

Frank Prevost* 613-361-4317

(1114926) Well-kept 3 bdrm split-level, family rm with gas frpl, large lot. Great location, little traffic & safe for the kids.

eric Pedersen** 613-936-3734

6862 eW g CRaig Rd., N TiN gleN WalTeR lis - $349,000

(1115560) Commercial Bldg in Glen Walter area. 1-Storey concrete block structure with a full bsmt, 1009 sq.ft. Plenty of parking.


(1107702) WATERFRONT SEASONAL COTTAGE on owned land.

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18255 TYoToWN Rd $165,000

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(1113922) Great layout to this 2 bdrm brick bung with 2-car garage & open concept main floor.

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3508 maRYdale aVe - $294,500

5 mille RoChes - $192,500 gReaT sTaRTeR

(1116606) FIRST TIME OFFERED! Precious memories begin here in this 3+1 sprawling bung. Perfect for the growing family. Don’t hesitate, call Wayne for details.

(1111211) Located in Long Sault, this home features 2 bdrms, gas frpl, FA gas, C/A, garage & more.

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31(1104015) aCRes Natural Gas, 1165 KiRKmaN CRT - $349,900

(1116523) 3 Bdrm all brick bung on cul-de-sac. Close to bike path and river.

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1119 FiFTh sT e - $209,900

(1116368) Awesome Layout in this brick 3+1 bdrm bung in a quiet east end location. Close to many amenities.

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102 doVeR Rd - $219,900

(1114898) Extremely well-maint & modern 3 bdrm bung with fully fin bsmt, gorgeous deck, fenced yard & hot tub.

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Highspeed Internet, Mun Water, Cablevision. Close to bike path & park michael Vander meer** 613-936-3611


1114902) 7.6 Acres border on a stream on the south side - great location on Cty Rd 18, West of St. Andrews.

michael Vander meer** 613-936-3611


CoUNTRY ComFoRT - $229,900

(1114879) A 3+1 bdrm raised bung with a dbl car garage on a 1 ac lot located West of St. Andrews. PRICED TO SELL!

michael Vander meer** 613-936-3611

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4589 CTY Rd 15, lUNeNBURg

(1106996) Open concept 4 bdrm 2 bath Multi-Purpose home with fin bsmt & 2400 sq.ft. shop on 10 acres.

michael Vander meer** 613-936-3611


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OPEN HOUSE SatUrDaY • 1-2:30Pm 1006 edYThe sT $245,000 (1113824) 1247 sq.ft. bung with oversized backyard. FA gas, C/A & 4 appliances included. Available for quick possession.

luc Poirier** 613-936-3778

16669 CTY Rd 36 (PosT Rd) NeW PRiCe $159,900 (1104611) Great family home with 4 bdrms & main flr family rm. Just minutes from the City.

michael Vander meer** 613-936-3611

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18694 CTY Rd 2 - $220,000

(1116757) 2 Bdrm cottage overlooking the St. Lawrence River.

eric Pedersen** 613-936-3734


6217 KaReN dR., BaiNsVille - $464,900 (1111674) EXECUTIVE WATERFRONT BUNGALOW.

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(1103994) COUNTRY COMFORT! 1563 sq.ft. bung with triple car garage blt in 2015 on a 10 ac lot with barn & workshop.

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18825 HigHwaY 43, aPPle Hill Come see this stone house Saturday 12-2 pm. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom. Built in 2010 on about 1 acre of land. $310,000 MLS® 1116442 talat Butt 613-361-2927

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1531 CHamPagne avenue, Cornwall You are invited to view this 2+1 bedroom raised bungalow features 2 full baths, finished basement, many updates, forced air gas heating, central air, carport, paved driveway & more. $192,000 MLS ®1085815 HardeeP singH 613-936-3996

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2 + 2 raised Bungalow 319 ClarK ave, Cornwall 2010 built home features att garage, wood deck, storage shed, open concept living room and eat in kitchen with solid wood cabinetry, hdwd and tile flooring, cheater style bathroom, main floor laundry, 2 bdrms on main floor good size master. MLS®1110131 $268,000 Jen Blair manleY 613-551-4133

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4 moss drive, long sault 3 spacious bdrms, 3 baths, immaculate hdwd & ceramic flrs. The kitchen features oak cabinetry & custom sandstone countertops. Enjoy a full en-suite bath off the master bdrm & walk in closet. The basement is fully finished with laundry room, bath, family room & game room. Inviting covered deck accessed through the master bdrm or the french doors in the kitchen. Large 3 door att. garage & dble paved drive. MLS® 1092384 $374,900

lisa duPrau 613-577-0353 oPen House sundaY 1-3Pm new price Quiet street in Cornwall’s nortH end 3200 CadeB ave, Cornwall K6K 1H7 Brick bungalow with detached garage on a quiet street in Cornwall’s North end. MLS®1107713 $248,500 Jen Blair manleY 613-551-4133

sPeCtaCular waterfront ProPertY witH a PanoramiC view

6817 st louis rd, summerstown Spectacular waterfront property with a panoramic view. Built in 2006, this is a 2+1 bdrm, 2 bath with walk out on the St Lawrence River. Cruise on your boat or sit on the deck and watch the ships go by. HOME IS ON CORNWALL ELECTRIC SERVICE. MLS®1105758 $615,000

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SOLD 3 Bedroom Bungalow witH sHoP on tHe outsKirts of tHe CitY 18253 tYotown rd, soutH glengarrY K6K 7s7 3 Bedroom bungalow with shop on the outskirts of the city. Affordable living and good opportunity to work from home or tinker in the 24 X 35 shop. Home sits on almost 1 acre mature lot with some apple trees. $164,000 MLS®1114896 Jen Blair manleY 613-551-4133

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SOLD familY friendlY semi on Quiet Cul-de-saC 3064 nortHdale dr, Cornwall Desirable North End well maintained 2 storey 3 bedroom semi is full of pleasant surprises. Fully fenced backyard oasis awaits you. Cool off in the above ground pool, or chill on the back deck under the gazebo. $218,000 MLS ®1116707 Jen Blair manleY 613-551-4133

Bold and Beautiful! move in readY! 113 leonia st 2 bdrm raised bung. Open concept. Hot water on demand, gas furnace, air exchanger, lg. deck. Great location, close to schools & other amenities. Tarion warranty. Buyer can customize bsmt. Price includes HST with Rebate assigned back to the builder. MLS®1093891 $299,900 Jen Blair manleY 613-551-4133

www.Joelduval.Com 221 fourtH st, Cornwall Centre of town, near all amenities, don’t miss out on this move in ready 3 bdrms & 2 bath home with fenced in private backyard. Hardwood floor throughout with a beautiful IKEA kitchen, double white sink & 2 newly update baths. Call to book viewing!!! MLS®1115050 $169,900 Joel duval 613-937-5030

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20 sunset Blvd, Cornwall Room for the whole family in this 6 year old 3+1 raised bungalow. Plenty of features including eat in kitchen, ceramic and hardwood on the main level, fenced yard, covered deck, high efficiency gas furnace, air exchanger, central air, attached garage and modern stone exterior in the front. Possibility for a 5th bedroom in the finished basement. Customize the “nearly completed” lower level bathroom to your liking. Close to many amenities, schools, parks and 401 nearby.$242,000 MLS ®1116143 Jen Blair manleY 613-551-4133

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2114 tollgate This attractive townhouse is perfect for family living. The spacious 2 level, 2 bedroom and 1 bath home features a sizable kitchen/dining area combined with a cozy living room that is complemented by patio doors that step down onto the back deck. The large master bedroom has a walk in closet and a private bathroom entrance. $134,000. dereK Bissonnette 613-861-9107

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waterside wonderland! Pilons Point

6812 st franCis lane, summerstown Wake up to Panoramic views of the mighty St Lawrence River in this well maintained loft style home featuring, open concept kitchen/living room, all appliances included, propane fireplace, master bedroom with en suite 3 pc bath, ceramic and bamboo flooring and main floor laundry. $499,500 MLS ®1116366 Jen Blair manleY 613-551-4133

1286 daPrat st., Cornwall This elegant 2+1 bedroom entity is a must see! The modern, northbound family home is custom built with high end finishes throughout. The main floor carries an open concept with plenty of natural light. The basement is partially finished with a large recreational room. The backyard is fenced in and flawless. MLS®1104206 $324,900 dereK Bissonnette 613-861-9107

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33 CumBerland st. #202 2 Bedroom 2 Bath modern downtown condo close to shopping and the waterfront. Open concept kitchen, dining and living room featuring gas fireplace, crown moldings, master bedroom with walk in closet and full ensuite, in unit laundry, and south facing balcony. $239,900 MLS®1111499 Peter HiCKeY 613-551-6776

CHarming 2 storeY Home 96 viCtoria st. alexandria Attention mechanics,hobbyists, small business owners! Absolutely stunning house which you will fall in love with! Beautiful large 2 bedroom house with a gorgeous new kitchen (2014), new bathroom (2016), amazing landscaping, log style living room and a 32 foot x 24 foot 2 level garage with a workshop, 3 pce bathroom, bar and full upper loft. Garage is insulated and heated, has gas hookups, electricity and water, New siding an architectural roof shingles on the house. House has both shingles and metal roof. $229,900 MLS ®1113287

lt 16 CountY rd 43 finCH Beautiful cleared & landscaped building lot for your country dream home. Already set up with a ditch system to clear water away from property. Hydro line stops a few properties down, would be possible to extend. Adjacent lot also available for sale. Voici le terrain de vos reves! Parfait pour construire votre maison ideale dans la campagne, mais pas trop loin de villages de Finch et Avonmore. Les lignes de Hydro arrete quelques propietes, et c’est possible de faire l’extension. Disponible seulement avec l’achat du terrain a l’ouest (MLS ®1115720) $39,000 MLS ®1116506

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a stunning CountrYside Paradise! 17785 stratHmore road, monKland This breathtaking home sits on 95 acres of land. The stunning 2 story, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home has 2 spacious dining areas, a sizable living room, a large country-style kitchen and a quaint office space. The second floor carries 4 lavish sized bedrooms and is accompanied by a charming walk out balcony that oversees the flawless front yard. This home also has an attached 2 car garage and a detached 3 car garage. Not to mention, a large workable barn with accessible hay lofts. $724,900 MLS ®1115412

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Pilon island Cottage! lot 3-3 Pilon island, Cornwall K6H 5r5 Great value for this private cottage located on Pilon Island! This cottage is only a few minutes away from Cornwall by boat / water to your very own dock, fire pit, and verandah seating area for entertainment with family, and friends. This east facing cottage has a gorgeous view of the Saint Lawrence River. Large dock can handle (2) two boats, and the river bed is carpeted / matted to make for nice swimming, and easy cleaning, and control of zebra mussels. This cottage features (3) three bedrooms (can sleep up to (8) eight), and (1) one partial bath. The large shaded verandah is covered and is approx. 148 sq. ft. The front door, and large patio door leads to an open concept kitchen / eating area, and living room. All appliances, and furniture included! $49,900 MLS®1111399

Kristoffer ladouCeur 613-898-9525

Building lot lt 17 County rd 43 finch Beautiful cleared & landscaped building lot for your country dream home. Already set up with a ditch system to clear water away from property. Hydro line stops a few properties down, would be possible to extend. Adjacent lot also available for sale. Voici le terrain de vos reves! Parfait pour construire votre maison ideale dans la campagne, mais pas trop loin de villages de Finch et Avonmore. Les lignes de Hydro arrete quelques propietes, et c’est possible de faire l’extension. Lot #16 (celle directement a l’est) est aussi disponible. $39,000 MLS ®1115720

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615 mcconnell Ave. ‘A 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home. 1942 square feet. You will find 2 bedrooms on the main floor, kitchen and open concept living / dining room and a 3pc washroom. Upper level has 2 more large bedrooms and another 3pc washroom. The basement is undisturbed just waiting for your personal touch. Updates: Furnace & A/C(2013) HWT owned(2012) shingles(2007) Kitchen and Windows. There’s a large deck, detached garage & at least 5 parking spots. This home is close to shopping, hospital, movie theatre, all within walking distance. $279,000 MLS®1116134 Jo Ann lAngStAff 613-577-1873

110 Alice Street This completely revamped diamond in the rough holds a crisp, fresh, and modern demeanor. The (2) two bedroom, and (1) one bath home features a partial open concept throughout the main level consisting of the living room, modern kitchen, and walk through to the laundry room quarters. The 2nd level has (2) two spacious bedrooms, and a clean, and bright three piece bath. This stunning entity has been renovated / repaired from top to bottom. MLS®1114159 $117,900

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4822 delAney rd This home features 3 bdrms, 2 full baths, lg kit w/island & loads of oak cpbods, separate living room & beautiful 4 season sun room. Att dbl garage & det 24 x 24 garage with 9 ft door , perfect for storing your boat and having your own work shop!!!! $349,000 fAye Allott 613-571-9605

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in-lAw Suite 315 leoniA St 3 bedroom, 1 - 4pc bath home. Living area has lots of natural light & hardwood floors. Eat-in kitchen. Lower level has in-law suite. Updates: windows, doors, furnace & roof. Fenced-in backyard. Move-in ready. MLS®1105844 $189,900 Jo Ann lAngStAff 613-577-1873

lovely 2+1 home in A greAt neighBourhood 165 mArKell creScent, cornwAll This home offers hardwood floors throughout main level, large living room with huge picture window, large master bedroom w/cheater suite, 2nd bedroom/den or office & large bathroom w/whirlpool bath & separate shower. Downstairs you will find rec room w/gas fireplace & large windows to bring in lots of light, 3rd bedroom, full bathroom/ laundry room & huge utility workshop room. $294,500 MLS®1115254

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6 foreSt hill rd, This stunning home features, 4 bedrooms (possibly 5), 5 bathrooms (3 of which are ensuites),3 stone gas fireplaces accenting the living/family & rec room, large gourmet kitchen, w/granite countertops, island, a walk-in pantry, solid cherry cupboards & a soap stone sink. Gorgeous cherry wood floors and heated tiles throughout the main floor. From the kitchen you can walk out onto a large partially covered balcony overlooking a beautiful landscaped backyard, perfect for entertaining and sharing a meal outdoors. Downstairs is also completely beautifully finished, with its fAye Allott own walk out to another patio area and the backyard. $1,199,900 MLS ®1116477 613-571-9605 - Seaway News - Wednesday, July 11, 2018 - 19

long SAult 8 cherry Ave This immaculate and spacious bungalow has a lot to offer. Not only is there ample storage throughout the home, it was designed for entertaining. The extra large living room is open to the dining and kitchen area. The main floor laundry also has a lot of storage. There are 2 bedrooms on the main level with a W/I closet/dressing room and a cheater door to a stunning 4pc washroom. Right off the dining area are patio doors to the deck and the lower level BBQ area with an outdoor gas hook up. The basement is finished and features a family room, gas fireplace, bedroom & workshop. The yards have beautiful perennials and mature trees. The gazebo and shed are all powered with electricity. Double car garage with multiple shelving, just what is needed to be organized. Don’t miss out on a fantastic opportunity. Call Jo Ann today for a private viewing! $349,000 MLS®1110889

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For a detailed list of preferred qualifications, visit the Careers page at We thank all applicants for their interest, however, we will only respond to those selected for an interview. In accordance with the “Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act”, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended and will be used for the purpose of candidate selection. Accommodations of persons with disabilities are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process. Applicants need to make their required accommodations known in advance to the Human Resources Advisor or designate.

We thank all interested applicants; however, only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.



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Proud grandparents Gayle & Michael, Shelly & Scott, Jim and great grandparents Jacqueline, Doreen & Ross.


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Parade of nations is looking for vendors or all kind, artists and crafters. It is also looking for people from Cornwall and SD&G who would like to have a free table to represent their country of origin (country flag provided). This is for the 2nd annual Multicultural festival at the Long Sault Arena. f you are interested please send and e-mail to Visit or call 613-936-6873.



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Cornwall’s senior baseball team the Cornwall Char-Lan DHS named their two athletes of the year. Andrea Chaddock was named female Royals did their city proud this past week. Lost iPhone on June 27th in vicinity of athlete of the year and Trevor Spence was Cornwall hosted the Provincial Senior Championships and the Royals had a perfect Walmart or Giant Tiger please call Paulette 613- named male athlete of the year. record of 4-0 going into the final. Unfortunately 932-4404. Reward offered. Great ‘Friends of the Sanctuary’ Photo for the home team, they went down in a close Glengarry fiddler Kelli Trottier is going to be Contest is now on. For rules and regulations go game to the Orleans Red Sox 4-3. Good job inducted into the North American Fiddler’s Hall to though to the Cornwall Royals on a hard fought tournament. test-2nd-edition.html). of Fame later this month. Way to go! Cornwall City Council chose to defer again on whether or not to give themselves a raise. I think that if this council had an official sport it would be kick the ball down the road. Councillors know better than anyone the amount of work their job takes. Right now they get around $15,000 as an honourarium, if they think the job is worth more than that, then they should give themselves a raise.

Canada’s largest laptop parts distributor has moved to Cornwall, bringing with it over 20 years experience in laptop and Macbook repairs. Pictured back left, owner Jacques Trottier, Bill Sullivan, Michael Sullivan, Michel Trottier, front Lynn Lee, Evan Sullivan and Isabel Decoeur. Now open in Leduc’s Shopping Center.

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There is a group calling on a moratorium on the water bill increases in South Glengarry, but is that feasible? According to Deputy Mayor Frank Prevost, Council has been “too nice” over the past few years, implying that they’ve been keeping water rates artificially low. Unless money comes in immediately from elsewhere, how can the water system in South Glengarry remain sustainable without rate hikes? Beware of the skies! The nesting pair of Merlin Falcons are still harassing residents walking south of the McConnell/ Ninth St. intersection. They should be gone in a few weeks after their babies hatch and can fly away. Now I hear there is another Merlin harassing people near Pitt and Wellington.


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DYING ITALIAN GRANDFATHER’S ADVICE An old Italian man in Brooklyn is dying. He calls his grandson to his bedside. “Guido, I wan’youlissina me. I wan’ you to take-a my chrome plated 38 revolver so you will always remember me.” “But grandpa, I really don’t like guns. How about you leave me your Rolex watch instead?” “Youlissina me, boy! Somma day you gonna berunna da business, you gonna have a beautiful wife, lotsa money, a big-a home and maybe a couple of bambinos. Then one-a day you gonna comea home and maybe finda you wife inna bed with another man. Whatta you gonna do then? Pointa to you watch and say, ‘Times up!’?

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Don’t leave your key FOBs in your car, and be careful who’s car you get into. A woman took a rental this week, parked it at Walmart, and then left with someone else’s car because not only did it look similar, but they had also left their key FOB in the car. Anyone could have easily gotten in and driven off.

During the Agapè Centre campaign (June 5th to June 30th) Wine Rack received well over 150 lbs of food donation and were able to get $200 in gift cards. Great Job done by Kat Greffe Manager of Wine Rack and her team!

Every Thursday morning at the Charlottenburgh Recreation Centre in Williamstown pickleball players get to play. The games start at 9:30 a.m. and run to 11:30 a.m. The Township of South Glengarry opened the centre for the pickleballers on

June 7, and it will continue until Aug. 27 when ice is reinstalled on the rink. There are four courts and plenty of experienced players to help newcomers get started. The games are free to attend and there are racquets and balls provided by the rec. centre.

Rachel is always eager to give visitors suggestions on fun shops, restaurants and attractions to check out while visiting the area.

A reader writes: Is it just impatient me or Alexandria psychologist Dr. Suzanne Filion is the recipient of the 2018 Canadian Psychological does it drive others crazy, those half pages in the Association Award for Distinguished grocery store flyers. They are hard to handle and Contributions to the Public or Community fly all over the place. Can’t be just me. Yikes. Service.

If you see a visitor in town, point them in the direction of our Visitor Information Centre in the Cornwall Community Museum in Lamoureux Park or to our website at

Cornwall Pride Parade

July 14, 2018 starting at 11 a.m. at CCVS, Cornwall, Ontario.

Beer, Bourbon, BBQ and Blues Festival

July 14, 2018, from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. located at the NAV Centre, Cornwall, Ontario.

Avonmore Fair

Mike Riel, pictured here in the centre, receives $5,000 from the Knight’s of Columbus draw in support of Hospice Cornwall. Pictured on the left is Lionel Lauzon of the Knights of Columbus and on the right is John Samson, Manager at Hospice Cornwall (Nick Seebruch/ TC Media).


Rachel Roy Mindful Cookery & Food Market

July 20 to July 22, 2018, located at the Avonmore Fairgrounds, Avonmore, Ontario.

Rib Fest

July 26 to July 29, 2018, located at Lamoureux Park, Cornwall, Ontario.

glengarry highland games

August 3 and 4 Maxville Fair Grounds

Williamstown Fair

August 10 to August 12, 2018, located at the Wi lliamstown Fairgrounds, Williamstown, Ontario.

Cornwall Waterfest

August 11, 2018 Old Cornwall Canal, Power Dam Dr., Cornwall, Ontario.

Cornwall Food Fest

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Tourism Ambassador of the Week


Pop-up market at Lost Villages Museum Shawna O’Neill

LONG SAULT, Ontario – A Pop-up Market/ Artisans in the Park drew a large crowd at The Lost Villages Museum on Saturday, July 7. The pop-up started at 10 a.m. and finished at 4 p.m. Over 55 vendors showcased their products — from jewellery, to paintings to wood centerpieces. Face painting was provided, and a barbeque was present with food and refreshments. A portion of the proceeds earned will go to The Lost Villages Historical Society. “This is year three for a pop-up market,” said Debbie Burns, the event organizer, who is a part

of W3G & Co. “I’ve driven by this place for years, and I’ve always loved the Lost Villages. It was one of those things that I thought I would love to host an event here.” “It’s important to remember the challenges that people like my parents and grandparents faced when the Seaway went through,” said David Hill, a volunteer with the Lost Villages Historical Society. Hill’s grandfather’s barber shop is one of the sites at the Lost Villages Museum. According to Gloria Waldroff, treasurer of The Lost Villages Historical Society, past markets didn’t have as many vendors showcasing their work. “This opportunity came up and I’m really

pleased with the number of cars here today,” said Waldroff. Waldroff said that the society is working on incorporating debit and credit payment, as well as online payment to make donations possible. “It costs a lot to keep the historical sites in good condition,” said Waldroff. “We are trying to expand our merchandise in the store to expand more sales.” Ghost Hunting and Bus Tours are popular attractions for the society through the summer months. To find out more information about the events offered, visit “Not a lot of people know that they’re here, or know what it is (the museum),” said Burns.

From left, Jaelyn Biemond, 6, and Leah Biemond, 9, at the Pop-up Market on Saturday, July 7. (Shawna O’Neill, TC Media).

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