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Riverdale Terrace expansion to begin this spring NICK SEEBRUCH

JC Godard explained the phase 2 development of Riverdale Terrace to residents at a presentation on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. (Nick Seebruch/ TC Media)

CORNWALL, Ontario – Riverdale Terrace is planning on beginning their phase two expansion in May. The new development will add a structure west of the main building that could accommodate as many as 50 residents. The new structure will have a parking space with 18 new parking spots. The building will have three floors, with the second being a locked floor for those requiring assisted living. There will be two laundry facilities per floor with the second and third floors connected to the main building. The new development will mean that Riverdale Terrace’s staff will be growing as well. They will be adding 12 new staff members including nurses and Personal Support Workers (PSW)s who will support residents on the second floor 24/7. “The market said we had a need here, we know there is a need here and we are doing it for the community,” said JC Godard who co-

owns Riverdale Terrace with his wife Suzi. Riverdale Terrace was completed in 2012 with support from shareholders. As of Feb. 28, 2019 the Godards have bought all outstanding shares and are now 100 per cent owners. “Let it be known that without Trenholm Healy and the past shareholders we would not be here today,” said Godard. The Godards bought the land that Riverdale Terrace sits on in

Aug. 2008. The $8.8 million new development is expected to take eight months to complete. Those interested in reserving a spot in the new development are asked to call 613-3633823 and ask for Amanda. Go to for the rest of this great story PLUS additional SN coverage.

EOTB offering new Home Support Worker program NICK SEEBRUCH

CORNWALL, Ontario - The Eastern Ontario Training Board (EOTB) is offering a new Home Support Worker (HSW) program. The HSW will aid Personal Support Workers (PSW) in helping people live at home or in the community safely and comfortably. The goal of the HSW is to be a support system and friend to their patients. Their work can involve meal prep, cleaning and companionship.

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Lisa Besner with a Meal Ticket ballot box at The Blue Anchor, one of 10 participating restaurants. (Shawna O’Neill/TC Media).

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SOUTH GLENGARRY, Ontario – The Township of South Glengarry is encouraging residents of the region to discover and enjoy restaurants across the municipality as a part of the March Meal Ticket contest. “It’s meant to get people out and about and seeing different (community opportunities),” said Shauna Baggs, Economic Development and Tourism Coordinator in South Glengarry. With a minimum purchase of $15 at at least three of 10 participating restaurants, participants can enter into a draw to win a $300 gift card, which can be used towards any Meal Ticket restaurant of choice. Each location must stamp the individual’s meal ticket prior to entering the final draw, which will close on March 31. Participating restaurants include Mama Sue’s Diner, Lancaster Restaurant and Pizzeria, Bourdeau Restaurant, The South Glengarry Restaurant, Ye Old Bridge Café, Jack’s Pub, The Grant Hotel, The Blue Anchor, Sheep’s Head Bistro and Papa’s Perfect Pizza. “It really covers everything and there’s an assortment of different kinds of foods with a chance to win,” said Baggs. Baggs said she has already received positive feedback. The contest was largely inspired by the gingerbread municipality map that appeared in the 2018 Holiday Tymes, in which shoppers were eligible to win a $500 shopping spree. “Even if we don’t get a ton of ballots…just to get the idea of this, and that this is going on… is exciting,” said Baggs. “I’d really like to stress the community involvement and everyone working as a team…supporting each other and promoting each other and I think that’s going to go a long way in the future.” Baggs is reminding participants that they must be 18-years-old to participate, and contact information is required Meal tickets can be found on the Township’s website or in the Cornwall Seaway News Feb. 27, March 6, March 13 and March 20 edition.


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Alison Tucker, a volunteer with TCLC’s one-on-one tutoring program and Carol Anne Maloney, Literacy Instructor with TCLC. (Nick Seebruch/ TC Media)


CORNWALL, Ontario – The TriCounty Literacy Council (TCLC) is offering one-on-one tutoring for those interested in expanding their horizons on a wide range of topics. “Students can have a variety of goals,” said Carol Anne Maloney, Literacy Instructor at TCLC. “Getting your GED of high school diploma for example.” Alison Tucker is one of the volunteer tutors currently working with students through the TCLC program. “A lot of it is confidence building,” Tucker explained. She is currently helping a woman who has immigrated to Canada on improving her English for her citizenship test.

Students interested in participating in the program are asked to call TCLC at 613-932-7161 to setup an interview. After the interview, the students needs and goals will then be assessed. “There is a commitment that is needed,” said Tucker. “They would need to commit to meeting four hours a week at a time that is convenient to both the student and volunteer.” Tucker explained that the program is a great opportunity not just for students but for potential volunteers as well. “I had the time, and now I’m using that time o do something I really enjoy,” she said. “I have a background in nursing and teaching and it can be very relaxing.”

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CORNWALL, Ontario – Rurban Brewing has come out with their third annual International Women’s Day brew. The new beer was unveiled at Rurban on International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8. For the past three years, Rurban has invited women to come help them brew a special beer to celebrate International Women’s Day. Each year, part of the proceeds go to a local non-profit organization. This year, Counselling and Support Services of SD&G was selected as the beneficiary organization.

This year’s beer was christened Queens of Hop and is described as having hop aromas and flavours of grapefruit rind, mango, ripe melon, and malt flavours of fresh bread, with a sustained, grapefruit rind bitterness that echoes with mango and bread crust. “We have a lot of fun and it is always for a good cause,” said Cherie Lalonde of Rurban’s International Women’s Day Brew Crew. Last year, the fundraiser collected $1,200 for the Agapè Centre. Go to for the rest of this great story PLUS additional SN coverage. 7568109

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Nasty potholes will be responsible this spring for tire damage, rim damage, steering and suspension damage, shocks, along with potential damage to struts, ball joints, rack and pinion steering to name just a few. In a worst case scenario, the dreaded pothole can force you to have to call a tow truck. Follow these tips for safer spring driving: If you hit a pothole and then immediately notice the car pulls to one side or the steering wheel is no longer straight, take your car to a reputable automotive service provider. This is because there is a very good chance that your car has been knocked out of alignment and may have damaged front end components. The next time you stop the car, inspected the tire and rim for any damage. If there is a bulge or visible cord material on either sidewall of the tire, it must be replaced immediately. If the rim flange (edge of the rim) is damaged or bent, the best practice is to purchase a new rim. If you hit a pothole and you get a flat, pull to the shoulder immediately, if possible. If a tire goes flat after hitting a pothole, it’s junk and will need

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calendar during the week, including Dilemmas with Dinner, a community Vagabond Theatre production at St. John’s Presbyterian Church with tickets priced at $20. OPG is hosting March Break events from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each day throughout the week, including learning about bugs, wildlife, fish, endangered species and S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art and math). Each SDG Library branch IS offering special services for the whole family throughout the week, from teen tech events and book discussions, to knitting, yarn crafts and Swedish Weaving activities. Go to for the rest of this great story PLUS additional SN coverage.


to be replaced, but the rim may still be in good condition. Most vehicles can be driven on a completely flat tire for a short period of time without destroying the rim. But, trying to make it to the next exit or side street may damage an expensive rim, so drivers should stop the vehicle as soon as it’s safe to do so. Don’t slam on your brakes when you hit a pothole because it pushes your whole front suspension downward and into the pothole and actually making the hit a lot harder. If you’re on a road with many potholes, go slow if you can.

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11 to 15 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day. For $175 per member, children can select to take part in a Spy Kids choose your adventure camp involving games, crafts and sports, or a Super Sports camp, in which children will engage in a variety of sporting events, and are asked to bring skates and helmets. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Chess camps and tournaments, as well as Lego Mega Builders opportunities will be held daily throughout the week at the Cornwall Public Library. Each day will offer a unique event, with presentations from Magician Chris Pilsworth and local author Troy Kent, as well as a special movie screening, a build your own boat race and other skill building opportunities. Cornwall Tourism outlined a few events in their


CORNWALL & UNITED COUNTIES, Ontario – With spring right around the corner and March Break in full swing, there are plenty of local opportunities for your family to get out to and enjoy. From March 11 to 15, families could engage in fun indoor and outdoor activities in the city of Cornwall and SDG. In Cornwall, the City is reminding residents that they can utilize outdoor rinks and public skating at the Benson Centre, swimming at the Aquatic Centre, skiing at Big Ben Ski Centre and trail opportunities through Guindon Park. A number of additional activities were announced that families could take part in…

On Wednesday, March 13, children ages 5 to 12 can enjoy creating St. Patrick’s Day arts and crafts, playing games and celebrating everything Irish. The cost is $10 per person and participants are reminded to wear green. Children ages 7 to 12 can play Youth Pick Up Soccer from 10:30 a.m. to 11:25 a.m. on Thursday, March 14 for $5. Participants are asked to bring their own shin pads and indoor shoes. An African Drumming Circle with Jody of The Rythym Room will be open to children ages 4 to 8 on Thursday, March 14 from 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. for a cost of $7.50. Children ages 9 to 14 can also participate from 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. for $10. The Boys and Girls Club of Cornwall is offering two adventure camps for youth, spanning March



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Lalen Phillips drags 200 per cent of his body weight during the Quest mini-strongman compeition (Nick Seebruch/ TC Media).

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CORNWALL, Ontario – The Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) announced that they have selected Long Sault native Jesse Winchester as the 2019 CCHL Coach of the Year. Winchester currently coaches the Brockville Braves, who have a 40-14-2-2 record so far this season. Winchester played for the Cornwall Colts in the CCHL from 2001 to 2004, before going onto a career in the NHL where he played for the

Florida Panthers and Ottawa Senators. “Over the last two seasons, Jesse has continued to prove on a daily basis why he is such a special coach,” said Braves General Manager Dustin Traylen. “His intellect, demeanor, and professionalism has created a culture, work ethic, and aura surrounding the Braves organization. It is palpable for anyone who steps foot in our program. I am thrilled for Jesse and his staff, they are truly deserving of this award. It was a big year for our organization, and hopefully the best is yet to come.”



CORNWALL, Ontario – Six local competitors tested their strength at the QuestPTS mini-strongman competition at the Quest Gym on Saturday, March 9, 2019. “We’re always trying to give people something to train for,” said QuestPTS owner Thomas Irvine. There was a $40 entrance fee and different prizes for participants. “Everyone is going to walk away with something,” said Irvine. The competition was split into two events. The first saw competitors pull 200 per cent of their body weight 70 feet, immediately after which athletes did a deadlift for maximal reps at the same weight. In the first competition, Steve Robichaud completed 23 reps and Patrick Dumais completed 15.

In the second event, competitors had to complete a log clean and press at 90 per cent of their body weight. “Mike MacIntyre smashed 3 easy reps and left gas in the tank,” said Irvine. “It ended in a three way tie with Mike winning the bonus event and won with 11 reps on the Log press bonus event.” MacIntyre came in first, with Patrick Dumais finishing the competition in second place. Both won a Quest membership package and Massage with Suzanne Landriault. In third place, Matt Brunet- Mitschke won a massage with Anick Proulx. In fourth, Steve Robichaud won a package from Jessica Irvine and runners-up Nick Montour and Lalen Phillips each won a gift from Quest. “This event would have not been possible without volunteers Bryan Landry and his son and Brent Gervais, and all the great spectators that cheered with great passion,” Irvine said.


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SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT SERVICES Drop in at the Centre every Wednesday from 9:30 - 11:30 am for survivors. Every Friday from 1-4 pm at the Centre is the Healing Art Group. The first Monday of each month the Support Groups meets from 10 am - 12 pm, also the third Wednesday from 5-7 pm. The Centre is located at 123 Amelia St., Cornwall. SMART CITY TOASTMASTERS invites you to become a better communicator. Join us at St Lawrence College room M3520 on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6:45 pm. Small group allows you to get comfortable in practicing presentations, and grow your confidence. Remember, it is free for visitors.

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CASINO TRIP to Lac Leamy Casino, Hull on Fri., March 29, bus departs at 4:30pm. Info: 613-932-6534. Proceeds toward St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre. COMMUNITY BINGO every Thursday, Early Birds/Bonanza at 6:45pm, regular games at 7:45. St. Andrews Church Hall, St. Andrews West. Proceeds for hall renovations - sponsored by Knights of Columbus. Licence M783589. ST.PATRICK’S DAY TEA & BAKE SALE March 16 from 12:00-2:00 pm at St.Columban’s Activity Center (room 201 -Agape Center). Bake sale, candy table & huge basket to draw at the end of the day. We will be serving tea & coffee with homemade sandwiches with mouth watering desserts. Info. Teresa 613 932 7091. IF SOMONE’S DRINKING BOTHERS YOU call Al-Anon 613-937-4880 CORNWALL NEWCOMERS CLUB welcomes women who have moved to Cornwall and surrounding area in the last 4 years. Info: Eleanor 613-935-4916 or Marilyn 613-933-2966 to learn more about the club and its activities. ALZHEIMER SOCIETY Monthly support group meetings for families and for those living with dementia. Call 613 9324914 for times and locations (English and French). MURDER MYSTERY DINNER SHOW Sat., March 23 in Avonmore at North Stormont Place. Presented by Murder on the Funny Side Theatre Productions. Doors open at 6 pm and Show/Roast Beef Dinner starts at 7 pm. There will be a Silent Auction as well. Hosted by Roxborough Agricultural Society- Host of the Avonmore Fair. Tickets at Barkley’s Store in Avonmore or by calling 613-9332793 or email BINGO NIGHTS on Mondays at the Centre Charles-Émile-Claude, located at 146 B Chevrier. Early-Bird starts at 6:15 pm, regular games at 7 pm and then progressive. Welcome to all.

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ALZHEIMER SOCIETY DEMENTIA CARE CONFERENCE Thursday, March 28th, 10am-4pm at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Centre in Cornwall. Call for ticket pricing and to register 613-932-4914. WANTED: ARTISTS, ARTISANS, VENDORS, AUTHORS AND ENTERTAINERS FOR THE MARTINTOWN MILL! The Grist mill will welcome the Public for the Strawberry Festival on June 22, and officially opens its doors to visitors from July 7 to Sept 15. If you wish to participate as an artist in any medium, as an artisan or vendor, if you wish to showcase your talents as an entertainer or an author, please contact Barb Bracken at, or 613 347 2540, to arrange a date(s) or receive information. FREE 6-WEEK TRAINING: Communication Counts starting April 1st, Mon.-Thurs, 9-11:30 am. Learn to be more assertive, strategies to deal with difficult people, and have more positive relationships. Great guest speakers. Info. Tri-County Literacy Council at 613-932-7161. SEAWAY VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS who would like to support the “Get W.I.T.H. it!” indoor walking program. The program runs Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-11 am at the Cornwall Civic Complex. Have fun and be active while you support the health and wellbeing of local people. Call Corrie: 613-930-4892 ext. 152



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W E D N E S DAY NIGHT M OV I E Wednesday Night at the Movies returns March 20th with the Canadian documenPHARMACY PHARMACIE tary film This Mountain Life - a stunningly beautiful and riveting examination of human passion set high in the peaks of British Columbia. Galaxy Cinemas,7:30 pm. Tickets available at the door. MOOSE LODGE (1367) Dance to Lil Debbie, Saturday, March 16th from 7-11pm. We have Hall Rentals for all occasions. Moose Lodge, 443 – 11th St. West. 613-938-0666. THE PATRONS OF ST. COLUMBAN FOUNDATION CHICKEN DINNER FUNDRAISER for the restoration of the historic St. Columban’s Church Sunday Apr. 7th from 4:30-6:30 PM at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 297, 415 Second St.,W. Tickets available at St. Columban’s parish office, from members, or by calling Brian Lynch at 613-9338353 and at the Legion. Everyone is welcome. THE BOOK CLUB resumes on Friday March 22nd at 1:30 pm at the Centre Charles-Émile-Claude. Admission is free. The Book Club is given in French only.

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BINGO LE CENTRE CHARLES-ÉMILECLAUDE 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. Nous reprenons le Club de lecture le vendredi 22 mars à 13 h 30 au Centre Charles-Émile-Claude. La présence à ce club de lecture, est gratuite. HAM & BUNNY SHOOT Knights of Columbus Ham and Bunny shoot at 205 Amelia st. Knights of Columbus Hall downstairs live music from 6 to 8 pm games. Starts 5 PM until 8 pm Come an enjoy. Admission is free and it also wing knight. If any information required call Lionel at 613-360-1197 or e-mail me at llauzon22@ PHOTOGRAPHERS’ GATHERING – Thursday March 21, 630 PM Cornwall Public Library – You are invited to share your expertise, problems, questions and stories – A friendly gathering for wide variety of interests and all skill levels – Everyone welcome - Bring a friend Questions: Nick Wolochatiuk: (613) 537-9897 or


SOIRÉE DE MUSIQUE ET DANCE a la salle paroissiale de Ste-Thérèse-deLisieux Samedi le 16 mars a 7 pm. Violoneux, chanteurs, chanteuses, populaire country musique, guitare, keyboard et cantine. S.V.P. pour information appeler Pierrette Cardinal 613-362-9980. ALZHEIMER SOCIETY IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s in Cornwall is Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 9 AM – 11:30 AM at the Benson Centre. Registration is now open for individuals and teams at or call Jennifer at 613-932-4914 ext 206. CORNWALL COMFORT QUILTS handmade for and given to cancer patients. For more info email: cornwallcomfort@gmail. com or call Nicole at 613-935-5593, Laura 613-936-2179, Anne 613-932-7084 or Anne 250-428-1637. Located at The Care Centre, 510 2nd St. East. COCATHEDRAL NATIVITY KNIGHTS COUNCIL 9695 ST. PATRICK’S DAY DINE AND DANCE taking place at the Agora Centre, 301 McConnell Ave. 6 p.m. Irish Stew followed by dancing with music by DJ:XS starting at 7 p.m. Bar service available and all are welcome!

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During the municipal election, there were a few issues that got traction amongst candidates and the public at large. Moving to a ward system, developing Cornwall’s waterfront, taxes, all of these were popular topics during the election that in one way or another, still have momentum to some degree. One topic that I wish was still being considered was having a public dog park in Cornwall. Off the top, I want to give a shout out to Fence Depot, which does operate a dog park at their shop on the North end of Pitt St. From what I see, this is a popular and well-run service. That being said, I believe that the City of Cornwall should be doing their part to support pet owners, and by extension local tourism, by building a public dog park somewhere on our beautiful waterfront. There were a few candidates during the election who said that they were interested in the idea of a dog park in Cornwall, unfortunately, I don’t believe that anyone who advocated for a dog park is currently on council. I think the Cornwall waterfront is the perfect location for a public dog park. With spring

on the way, now is the time to consider how this new feature might come to be. Adding a prominent dog park on Cornwall’s waterfront I think will serve as a boon for tourism. I was traveling this summer with my girlfriend and our dog and we actively were looking for pet friendly restaurants, accommodations and activities and we definitely were not the only ones. We celebrate our bike path as an important tourism feature that runs through the City of Cornwall and along our waterfront, imagine having a dog park just adjacent to the bike path where pet owners and bike riders could go with their furry friends. Cornwall would not be the first to the dance in the region however by having a waterfront dog park. The Township of South Dundas has operated a dog park in Morrisburg free of charge since 2011. In 2013 there was an effort by a group of citizens to build a dog park on the waterfront near the Eco Garden on Race St., but that idea required the approval of the Waterfront Committee, who unanimously rejected the idea. From what I understand, the committee of the day believed that if they set aside land

for dogs, it would be lost to everyone else. I’m not talking about setting aside the entire waterfront for dog owners, just maybe a couple of hundred square metres. A dog park would be a public space, that would be open to dog owners and lovers, who are not a niche minority in this city. Additionally, this past August I received a letter to the editor asking residents to be more vigilant about keeping their dogs on leashes on the waterfront trail, well, if there is a dog park along the trail, I


think that would mean there would be far fewer dogs off leash in other places along that same trail. Cornwall is going to have to use the waterfront land for something eventually, and I think that a dog park is something that the public can enjoy, while boosting our tourism at the same time. What do you think readers? Email me a Letter to the Editor at nicholas.seebruch@

Dear Editor, We sincerely wish to express our thanks and appreciation for all the wonderful support we received to help raise money for our Charity FUN Dart Tournament - #forthewishkids c/o The Children’s Wish Foundation in support of The Point Wish Tournament on Saturday March 2nd 2019 at the Army Navy Air Force #342. The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada is the largest and only all-Canadian wish granting charity dedicated to granting wishes to Canadian children between the ages of 3 and

17 who are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. For more than 30 years, Children’s Wish has worked tirelessly to grant heartfelt wishes to more than 25,000 children and their families – that’s three wishes every day, all year long! Myself, Raymond and our children Samantha & Brian (as well as our fabulous Y-Knot Ball Team) have been apart of this charity and been participating in the Point Wish Softball Tournament in support of The Children’s Wish Foundation for the last 25yrs.

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Samantha was just a new born baby when we first started, Brian wasn’t even born and now today they both participate with us. The Point Wish Tournament has raised over 1.24 million dollars to date, with annual donations exceeding $60,000. Special thanks for the personal & community business donations we received. Thanks to the 1st/2nd/3rd place players who donated back their winnings, and 50/50 winners giving back all and portions of their winnings. We are truly overwhelmed with the generosity of so

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many wonderful people. Local Business Donations for raffle table: RBC Bank (3rd/Pitt) – ER Physicians CCH – Cornwall Fine Wines – Ramada Inn – Philos Restaurant – Pommier Jewellers – Fantasy Realm – Kings & Little Ones – Emard Bros. Lumber – Ridgewood Industries Ltd. – Val & Paulie’s Diner – Home Accents #forthewishkids Looking forward to our 2020 event Sincerely, Cathy, Raymond, Samantha & Brian Landry

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8 a.m. and by noon branch manager J. A. Lusignan, eighth branch manager since 1912, and his 19 employees were serving customers in the new digs. ... George Hees, minister of transportation, assured the city that the new Seaway Building would be the headquarters for the St. Lawrence Seaway Authority, and that included the president moving to Cornwall along with 300 employees from Ottawa. A week earlier Hees sowed the seeds of doubt in a speech in Toronto when he hinted that the president and other key officials would not move to Cornwall. This came at a time when the Conservatives were trying to unseat the Liberal incumbent, Albert Lavigne, in the federal election. Conservative hopeful Grant Campbell was running against Lavigne in Stormont. ... Collegiate Institute Board gave Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School teachers across-the-board annual salary increases of $300 and $400. Teachers’ salaries ranged from $4,100 to $7,800 under the new schedule. ... The board announced the hiring of three new teachers - Hume Wilkins, Rolland Fobert and Thomas Crutchlow. ... As he lit the ceremonial natural gas flame in Memorial Park, Mayor L. G. Lavigne called it the “dawn of a new era.” Officials of Lakeland Natural Gas Co. said natural gas would be available to Cornwall homes by the end of April. Meanwhile, Consumers Gas Co. announced that Alexandria residents would have access to natural gas by November. ... A home and attached grocery store on Headline Road was destroyed by fire. Rolland Gratton noticed flames shooting from his meat cooler. .... Five Cornwall bowlers were off to the the Molson Classic in Toronto after winning the Ottawa District title. They were Angelo Brunet, Carm Blue, Guy Fortier, Raymond Carriere and Doug Taillon. ... Bert Dalbec of Cornwall finished the season with St. Lawrence University with eight goals and 11 assists. ... A 6-2 loss to Pembroke Lumber


Kings eliminated Cornwall Chevies from Eastern Ontario Hockey Association senior A post-season play. Moe Savard and Ray Laplante scored for the Chevies. ... The former Mulhern residence at Augustus and Second streets, across from Trinity Anglican Church, was being torn down to make way for a Loblaw supermarket. It had been vacant for several years. Its last tenant was the Eastern Ontario Health Unit. ... Dr. Nicholas Sidorchuk was winner of the Cornwall Photographic Club contest. Les Foulds was runner-up. HERE AND THERE Corruption in the Quebec construction industry. Now there’s a shocker! ... Politics can make for strange bedfellows. Take the strange love-in between Donald Trump and U.S. evangelicals who are on the front lines of the Trump cheer leading section. Trump is everything evangelicals are against. After claiming that the Bible was his favourite book, the guy couldn’t come up with one Bible verse when challenged in a TV interview, never goes to church, twice divorced, paid off a porn star and a Playboy model to keep quiet and is a bona-fide adulterer. But hey, he doesn’t smoke or drink alcohol. TRIVIA This international hotel chain built a 118-room hotel on Brookdale Avenue in the 1970s. Today, it is called the Ramada Inn. TRIVIA ANSWER The Lloyd-George Hotel at Water and Pitt streets was named after owners Lloyd Gallinger and George Bringloe who purchased the business in the late 1940s. It had been known as the New Windsor Hotel. ONE FINAL THING “The first lesson of economics is scarcity. There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.” - Thomas Sowell, American writer/economist

Budget concerns Dear Editor, Glad budget discussion duration was nowhere close to 2018 debacle but I hope it was passed with enough debate to give proper attention to key issues. My concerns include the debt being built - another level of government with more debt - it has to stop

- at some point debt must be paid and out of control debt will cause devastating consequences. My other issues are the “frivolous” expenditures on the waterfront signage and the arts centre. While not huge I believe they are a symbol of spending other people’s

money - not as much diligence or care is put into spending someone else’s money. I believe the atrs centre appeals to a very small proportion of people living in Cornwall and like the signage will not drive tourism just stand as memories of wasted spending.

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While not celebrating a tax increase we need to fund our city - I just hope we can focus on what is really needed.

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One of the greatest golfers to swing a club at Cornwall Golf and Country Club died last month at her New Mexico home. Rosemary Thompson was 76. Daughter of Mary and Dr. J. A. Phillips, Rosemary, who took up golf at age seven, captured five Cornwall club championships while a student at Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School. In 1957, at age 14, she was runner-up at the Quebec Junior Girls’ Championship and would go on to represent Quebec in three junior national championships. She was the Cornwall junior champion at age 13. She took her talent to the University Of New Mexico, a golf hotbed, where she became one of the school’s top players. She would go on to become one of the top amateur female golfers in the United States. Her career peaked in 1992 when she became just the fourth Canadian-born golfer to win the United States Golf Association Senior Women’s title with a 54-hole record 220 score. The record still stands. It was her first year of eligibility. Other Canadians to win the national title are Marlene Stewart-Streit, Gayle Borthwick and Judith Kyrinis. In recognition of her major victory, Golf World Magazine named her Amateur Senior Women’s National Golfer of the Year. A few weeks after her USGA title victory she won the New Mexico Senior Amateur championship, the only player to accomplish the double victory. After graduating from university, she and husband Ralph, who predeceased her in 2009, moved to Texas where her game took off. She won the Amarillo City Championship

five times. In 1976 she won the Texas State Amateur title along with four other championships. She was named West Texas Athlete of the Year four times before moving back to New Mexico. She would become a five-time New Mexico State amateur champion. She won the Albuquerque Women’s City championship 10 times, the Southwestern Golf Association Championship 11 times and claimed 14 consecutive New Mexico Senior Women’s Championships. She holds 18 course records, registered a dozen holes-in-one and owns the course record at her home Four Hills club, a 63, set when she was 50. She finished her career with 37 club titles, 27 at Four Hills. Between 1972 and 1997, Thompson won 200 golf championships. Thompson is a member of the Cornwall Sports Hall of Fame (1968), the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame and the Texas Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame. Pointing out that Thompson was one of the most winning female golfers to come out of Canada, writer Scott MacLeod said he was amazed that her career didn’t attract any national media attention in her native country. “A real shame considering all she accomplished in her chosen sport,” lamented MacLeod. “She was gracious in defeat, but that was not frequent,” Tom DeCoster, United States Golf Association member, told the Albuquerque Journal. THIS WEEK IN 1958 - How do you move two safes each weighing 6,800 pounds and containing $3 million in cash, bonds and securities to a new home? Fortunately for the Cornwall branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce it was just across the street to the new Seaway Building. The move, with several city police officers standing guard, started at











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Rire » des Rendez-vous de la Francophonie, ainsi que la gagnante de la 3e édition du Concours LOL, Gabrielle Poirier, se produiront à Cornwall avec quatre jeunes « Coups de cœur » de la demi-finale du Concours LOL-Mort de rire ! de notre région. Ces jeunes auront la chance de présenter leur numéro sur la même scène que les humoristes de métier. Les jeunes de 7e et 8e années, en projet pilote cette année, et de la 9e à la 12e année peuvent participer en s’inscrivant sur le site du Concours LOL-Mort de rire ! Les douze finalistes gagnants de la demi-finale du concours reçoivent six heures d’accompagnement personnalisé auprès de formateurs-humoristes professionnels de l’École nationale de l’humour, afin de se préparer à la finale régionale (3 avril 2019 à Rockland) suivie de la finale provinciale qui aura lieu le 2 mai prochain Collège catholique Samuel-Genest, Ottawa. Pour acheter des billets pour le spectacle du 22 mars, rendez-vous sur le site web suivant : ou aux Caisses populaires de Cornwall et d’Alexandria. Pour plus d’informations, téléphonez à Danielle Duplantie de l’ACFO-SDG au 613.933.8104

Le jeudi 28 février dernier, les élèves de la maternelle à la 3e année de l’école Rose des Vents ont eu de la mystérieuse visite. Le spectacle Mystéric et le secret brisé a su captiver l’auditoire très rapidement! Ce magicien du nom d’Éric Leclerc a un talent très évident pour amuser la foule, pour la faire rire et réfléchir. Son spectacle permet au public de réfléchir sur l’intimidation et à l’utilisation des appareils multimédias par exemple. Les élèves rient mais retiennent d’importantes leçons. Certains chanceux ont même pu partager la scène avec Mystéric pour quelques minutes. En effet, Brayden Norris (1ère année de Mme Michèle Racicot) et Olivia Baillie (classe de 2e-3e année de Mme Alysha Lavictoire) ont été, pour quelques instants, des

co-animateurs avec Mystéric. Ce spectacle, de tours de magie et d’illusions, n’est pas comme les autres puisque Mystéric dévoile les secrets d’un tour de magie! C’est tellement fascinant de voir les élèves comprendre les dessous de l’illusion! Les spectacles sont une excellente occasion d’ajouter à l’éducation de nos élèves. C’est toujours intéressant de voir briller les yeux des enfants et de les voir sourire! Nous vous recommandons de voir ce spectacle si jamais il passe près de chez vous! L’école Rose des Vents



CORNWALL, Ontario – Les jeunes « coups de cœur » de la région de l’Est ontarien de la cinquième édition de Concours LOL- Mort de rire ! se produiront le 22 mars prochain au théâtre Aultsville, dans le cadre de la Tournée « Juste pour rire » des Rendez-vous de la Francophonie. Créée par l’Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario de Stormont, Dundas et Glengarry (ACFO-SDG) avec le soutien de la Fondation canadienne pour le dialogue des cultures, dans le cadre des Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF), cette initiative s’adresse aux jeunes Franco- ontariens âgés de 14 à 18 ans qui souhaitent découvrir l’univers humoristique au travers de l’écriture et de l’interprétation sur scène d’un numéro comique (stand-up). Selon le dire de Madame Poirier, présidente de l’ACFO-SDG, « Il s’agit de préserver notre identité et notre langue au goût du jour l’humour. » Le Concours LOL-Mort de rire ! en est à sa cinquième édition et est offert à tous les jeunes Franco-ontariens, qu’ils soient de l’Est ontarien, du Centre-Sud-Ouest et du Nord de l’Ontario. Le 22 mars prochain, Eddy King, Maxim Martin, et Julien Dionne, humoristes professionnels participant à la Tournée « Juste Pour

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Germaine Jean Louis et Jaqueline Petro (Nick Seebruch/ TC Media). aux les aînés qu’il existe des services en français NICK SEEBRUCH accessibles dans leur région», a dit Linda CORNWALL, Ontario – Le Centre Charles- Newman du Centre Charles-Émile-Claude. Les participants à l’événement ont reçu des Émile-Claude était plein le jeudi 7 mars pour passeports les incitant à visiter autant de stands Carrefour 50+ le salon des aînés. différents que possible. Ceux qui ont rempli leur L’événement a invité les aînés à venir au centre pour se renseigner sur les services offerts passeport ont reçu deux billets supplémentaires pour le tirage. dans leur région. Parmi les prix offerts, il y avait des certificatsLe thème du salon de cette année était Un cadeaux, des certificats d’adhésion pour des esprit sain dans un corps sain. Trente-huit organisations ont diffusé des organisations locales, une montre, etc. Un déjeuner léger a été servi aux particiinformations, 11 conférenciers ainsi que des mini-ateliers informatifs tout au long de la pants et une navette a été mise à la disposition des invités pour les aider à se rendre à l’église journée. «L’objectif de cet événement est de montrer Sainte-Thérèse de Lisieux.


Conditions du bassin versant : prévisions d’inondation COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE DE LA CNS Prévisions météorologiques : Environnement et Changement climatique Canada prévoit des températures au-dessus du point de congélation à compter du dimanche 10 mars. Les prévisions actuelles à court terme indiquent des quantités minimales de précipitations. Conditions environnementales : Le territoire de compétence de la Conservation de la Nation Sud (CNS) a reçu une quantité de chutes de neige supérieure à la moyenne cet hiver. Le manteau neigeux et l’épaisseur de la glace dans l’ensemble du territoire sont également supérieurs à la moyenne. Les niveaux d’eau sont légèrement sous la normale pour cette période de l’année. Risques :

Les températures prévues au-dessus du point de congélation feront fondre la neige, ce qui pourrait causer des inondations dans les zones basses et accroître le risque d’embâcle. Action : Il est conseillé aux résidents de ne pas s’approcher des cours d’eau, car les prévisions météorologiques pourraient faire augmenter rapidement le débit des cours d’eau et les berges pourraient être instables et glissantes. Les parents sont encouragés à expliquer ces dangers à leurs enfants. Les résidents des zones sujettes aux inondations ou des basses terres, historiquement vulnérables aux inondations, devraient également prendre les précautions nécessaires pour protéger leurs biens, par example : • S’assurer que la pompe de puisard est dégagée, en bon état de fonctionnement et

qu’elle est munie d’un clapet anti-retour d’eau. • Avoir accès à un générateur et à une pompe de secours portables. • S’assurer que les descentes pluviales sont dégagées et que la sortie d’eau est située à au moins 3 m du logement. • Enlever ou sécuriser les objets qui pourraient flotter à mesure que le débit augmente. • Enlever des objets de valeur des soussols ou des étages inférieurs qui pourraient être inondés. • Gardez les numéros de téléphone d’urgence à portée de la main. • Familiarisez-vous avec le plan de préparation aux situations d’urgence de votre municipalité. Durée : Cet énoncé est en vigueur jusqu’au vendredi

15 mars 2019. La CNS surveille les niveaux d’eau et les prévisions météorologiques dans le cadre du Programme de prévision et d’alerte des crues. Des mises à jour sont fournies au fur et à mesure que les conditions changent. Veuillez consulter le site pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements et fournir des commentaires sur les changements de conditions liées à l’eau dans les régions locales. Tous les commentaires peuvent être envoyés à, ou affichés sur notre Fa c e b o o k (/ SouthNationConservation) ou sur Twitter (@ SouthNationCA). Pour plus d’informations : Omar Kana’n au 1-877-984-2948, poste 309 Envoyé à : Tous les répertoires de prévisions et d’alerte de crues

La Semaine nationale de la francophonie au CSDCEO COMMUNIQUÉ DE PRESSE DE LA CSDCEO objectif de stimuler le développement d’une ONTARIO - Les élèves des écoles du identité culturelle francophone dynamique Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l’Est et de créer un sentiment d’appartenance à la ontarien (CSDCEO) participeront à diverses francophonie. Des activités pédagogiques activités pédagogiques et culturelles dans le ont été développées spécialement par cadre de la Semaine nationale de la l’Association canadienne d’éducation de langue française (ACELF) pour l’occasion. francophonie. Il est à noter que la Semaine nationale de C’est sous le thème « Francophones... la francophonie a toujours lieu au mois de naturellement! » que se tiendra la Semaine nationale de la francophonie qui s’inscrit mars afin de souligner en même temps la dans les festivités des Rendez-vous de la Journée internationale de la Francophonie Francophonie. Cette célébration a pour qui a lieu le 20 mars.

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CORNWALL, Ontario - Michel Payment est un artiste originaire de Lafontaine, un petit village dans la région de la baie Georgienne. Il était en tournée cette semaine à l’école élémentaire publique Rose des vents, pour chanter des chansons traditionnelles du folklore canadien français et pour initier les élèves aux chants des premières nations anishinabée, haudenausaunee et ouendaké. Accompagné de sa guitare, qu’il appelle M. Le Loup, et de son tambour, Michel a su enchanter petits et grands avec ces airs entrainants “Ce fut un plaisir d’accueillir l’auteur-compositeur-interprète Michel Payment qui a su initier nos élèves à des chansons de répertoire folklorique et historique. Les élèves se sont bien amusés tout en démontrant une grande fierté pour leur langue et leur culture. Le point culminant a certainement été le spectacle en fin de journée où les élèves ont eu la chance de présenter leurs chansons à l’ensemble de l’école. Quelle belle expérience pour nos élèves,” dit Robert Davidson, Directeur adjoint L’ACFO-SDG est fière de s’associer au CEPEO, afin d’offrir cet atelier aux élèves de l’école Rose des vents.


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IDEAL FAMILY HOME! 559 JO-ANNE CRESCENT Located in the peaceful Lynwood Forest subdivision you will find this 3 bdrm., 2.5 bath home that has potential for 4th bdrm & bath in the lower level. Many recent upgrades & includes all appliances. Perfect for the growing family. Call for a showing today. $394,900. MLS® 1138800 MARY ANN MARLEAU 613-360-8140

59 LONG SAULT First time home buyers, investors or downsizing, this home is for you. Move in ready with new kitchen, bathroom and painted from top to bottom. Right in the village of Long Sault, just a hop, skip and a jump from the water and all amenities. Call today! $169,900 MLS ®1138636 JO ANN LANGSTAFF 613-577-1873


19738 DOONAN ROAD The open concept living room through the kitchen and dining area is charmed by its grand architectural opening, log wood spiral staircase, colonial style windows and natural wood burning fireplace and includes a colossal loft with a charming 2 pc bathroom. $424,900 MLS®1141246 DEREK BISSONNETTE 613-861-9107


18761 PARAGON ROAD, CORNWALL This astonishing 4 bedroom, 2 living room and 3 bathroom house is MASSIVE. The entryway with a sweeping staircase leads to a sunken living area. The grand chef’s kitchen oversees the dining area. The basement has two bedrooms and a large laundry area with a partial bathroom. $299,900 MLS®1141424 DEREK BISSONNETTE 613-861-9107


13 OLD ORCHARD AVE. Well maintained 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home. Open concept kitchen/dining area/living room. Oversized windows, wide hallway and entranceway for those with special needs. Large ensuite complete with balcony. Finished basement including several renovations. $225,000 MLS ®1137096 DEREK BISSONNETTE 613-861-9107


13 ELEANOR DR., LONG SAULT This almost new 1600+ sq ft home is located in the upscale subdivision of Chase Meadows. Step through the tiled entrance and be greeted by the homes stunning architecture, starting in the sunken living room brightened by the high ceilings and breathtaking cathedral windows. $498,500 MLS®1134388 JEN BLAIR MANLEY 613-551-4133


809 CHAMPLAIN DR. This 3 level split home is perfect for the larger family or a multigenerational living arrangement. Features include: hardwood and ceramic flooring, sleek and functional kitchen which comes with all appliances. Dining area that will fit the whole family. $339,900 MLS ®1139175 JEN BLAIR MANLEY 613-551-4133


15 ELEANOR DRIVE, LONG SAULT This open concept home boasts vaulted ceiling and features a beautifully designed galley style gourmet kitchen with quartz counters, large island and plenty of cupboard space. Hardwood and ceramic tile throughout the main level. You will be proud to call this one your home. $424,000 MLS®1141319

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16284 FAIRVIEW DR., AVONMORE All brick 2 story 3000 sq ft on a double lot. Loads of curb appeal with a semi-circular paved driveway and beautiful landscaping. Featuring upgraded custom eat-in kitchen with granite counters and ceramic tile floor. Other features too numerous to mention. Call today! $419,000 MLS ®1139267 JEN BLAIR MANLEY 613-551-4133 - Seaway News - Wednesday, March 13, 2019 - 13



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LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23

TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21

SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22

GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21

SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21

CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22

CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20

LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23

AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18

VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22

PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20

Your thoughts and actions may be spurred on by your Libra, on the surface, it may seem like you have your act all emotions this week, Aries. It may be better to wait a few together. But beneath your emotions may be roiling. You days to make decisions until things quiet down. may want to let some close people in on your secrets. Taurus, you could be in for a roller coaster ride this week, So many things hinge upon balance, Scorpio. Make a especially as it pertains to spending. Money could fly out of concerted effort to balance things in your life. You may have your wallet faster than you can earn it. Exercise caution. to make some changes and experiment. Gemini, as long as you have a solid team in your corner, you Your inclination to meet the needs of others this week is can adapt well to the changing environment. However, even commendable, Sagittarius. Just be sure your generosity a superhero needs a break from time to time. does not come at the expense of your own well-being. 2. Used as a pigment in painting 3. Induces vomiting 4. Fifth note of a major scale 5. Written in a majuscule script 6. Brews 8. Misfire 9. Amounts of time 11. The act of perceiving something visually 14. Female sibling

15. First 18. Sodium 19. Brother or sister 20. Satisfy 22. The lands of an estate 23. Antiballistic missile 24. Taxi 27. Covers the engine 28. Commentator Coulter 29. Mousse 31. Witness 32. Unlikely to be forgotten


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CLUES ACROSS 1. Employ 4. Not a starter 7. Matchstick game 8. One who receives a gift 10. One shows highlights 12. Open sore 13. Within 14. __ Caesar, comedian 16. Investment account 17. A negatively charged ion 19. Immoral act 20. Cheek 21. Lacking in vigor or vitality 25. Partner to flow 26. Ink 27. “Mad Men” actor 29. A taunt 30. Single 31. A very large body of water 32. A configuration of stars as seen from the earth 39. Herringlike fish 41. No (Scottish) 42. White-breasted N. American auk 43. American time 44. Adult female 45. Singer Horne 46. Pronouncements 48. From a distance 49. Indian term of respect 50. One from Utah 51. Never sleeps 52. Type of bulb

33. Bar bill 34. Morning 35. City south of Moscow 36. Highly incensed 37. Intricately decorated 38. Drew closer to 39. Beers 40. Central China city 44. Touch lightly 47. Habitual twitching

Overcome your resistance and listen to another person’s Capricorn, there is nothing wrong with seeing the world side of the story, Cancer. Embrace letting this person take through rose-colored glasses from time to time. Such a the lead on something at work or in your home life. positive perspective might change your outlook for good. Friends are lining up to be helpful over the next few days, You are adept at staying on track when you need to, Leo. Take advantage of their generosity, especially if you Aquarius. This makes you an ideal fitness guru. Try to find yourself feeling under the weather. inspire others to be regimented as well. Virgo, the personalized touches you put on any project will Pisces, do your best to honor requests from friends, showcase your personality and passion. Think about associates and family this week. If you pull it off, take some embracing a crafty task to really display your talents. time to recharge.



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LOT 116 MARLEAU AVE - $167,900

(1126678) Good size 113x134 lot.. High traffic area. Corner of Marleau & Lochiel. Permitted Uses for Hwy Comm. on file.

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6083 3RD LINE RD., BAINSVILLE - $234,000

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(1140429) Very well insul 3 bdrm home built on a slab. Short drive to West Island.

(1131748) Well-maint bung with fully fin bsmt, main flr laundry & 1-1/2 baths.


(1122695) Exquisite Waterfront! 3 Bdrm brick bung, 1850 sq.ft., fin rec, rm 2 frpls, dbl garage.

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(1136545) 2 Bdrm front & back units. Rec gas furnaces &water htrs. Tenants pay utl.

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(1138678) Great Opportunity to build your “Dream Home” or Investor to build a 4-Plex.

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3647 CHARLOTTE $219,900

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NEW PRICE PT 1 PARK RD., 645-645-1/2 GLOUCESTER - $104,900 GLEN WALTER $219,000

16066 LAKESIDE DR., LONG SAULT $719,000

15523 N. LUNENBURG RD. - $189,900

18625 CTY RD 2 - $289,000

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19 SOUTH BEECH, LANCASTER $219,987 (1132922)

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20373 CTY RD 2 - (1135014) NEW PRICE $89,986 Sophie Goudreau* 613-363-4233


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Wayne Thompson* 613-362-3820 Sales Experience. Professionalism, Integrity 1824 ELGIN ST. (1121165) Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home with lots of room for the family on the grow”! A MUST SEE! $284,900.



Wayne Thompson* 613-362-3820 Sales Experience. Professionalism, Integrity 14265 DAFOE ROAD, INGLESIDE (1127427) Relaxed country lifestyle in Ingleside. 3+1 BR, 2 Bath bungalow only one year young. AT $219,500 ACT NOW!

1325 STORMONT DRIVE-$329,900 Immaculate 5 level split in a great location for the growing family. Features incl. large open foyer with access to the dbl garage & 2 pc bath, large living room that opens to the separate dining area. Eat in kitchen with oak cabinetry & incl. appliances. Kitchen overlooks the family room with thermostatically controlled gas fireplace. Patio doors off the family room to the deck with gazebo. Good sized master with walk in closet & access to the main bath. Basement has a finished rec room & laundry room plus a crawl space for extra Todd Thompson* storage. Topping it off is gas heat/central air, 613-551-7908 owned gas hot water tank & a new garage door. ASK FOR TODD!



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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1991 613-936-1533 – BACHELOR / ONE BEDROOM – 16 BALDWIN ST, upr, 1 bdrm, f/s $675 incl. 201 EASTON AVE, main, 1 bdrm, no appl. $650+ util. 3211-B CADEB, 1 bdrm, lower unit, f/s $1000. Incl. 37 EDWARD, main 1bdrm, no appl $700 Incl 57-B LEFEBVRE, upst 1+bdrm, no appl $575+gas/elect or $ 675 incl. -


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Special thanks to the City of Cornwall for flying the flags at half mast after the passing of my son, Paul Dionne. Paul worked for the City for many years and was also a transit driver. Thanks to all of his former co-workers both at the City and at Cornwall Transit, and also to the members of the White Knucklerz Bike Club that Paul was a part of for your visit to his service and kind words during a difficult time. Thank you to Father Louis Groetelaars for the service. Thank you to MP Guy Lauzon for your thoughts and sympathies. We never could have imagined that Paul knew so many wonderful, caring people. Catherine Dionne (Paul’s Mom) 7569303 105

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William Doherty

Mr. William (Bill) Edward Doherty suddenly at the Cornwall Community Hospital on Friday, March 8, 2019 at the age of 65 years. Dear son of Jean (née Mowat) and the late William Doherty. Dear father of Jennifer Doherty. Brother of John Doherty, nephew of Joy Hudson (née Mowat) and the late Dawn Shaver (née Mowat). In keeping with Bill’s wishes there will be no visitation or service. Cremation has taken place. Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Wilson Funeral Home, 822 Pitt St., Cornwall. If so desired, memorial donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online messages of condolence may be made in the obituary section of


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POIRIER - Peter Joseph ~ We would like to express our heart felt thanks to family, friends and neighbours for the many acts of kindness, support and great comfort you have given us during this difficult time; for the flowers, sympathy cards, food, and all the little things—we thank you. Peter was a very quiet and reserved man who enjoyed being in the circle of family and friends. His passions were dirt racing and restoring his 1956 Ford pick-up. He would have been so proud of his family’s strength and endurance at this heart breaking time. Special thanks to Deacon Pierre Aube for your well spoken eulogy. To our dear friend Nancy Derouchie, for your special poem that you wrote and read during Peter’s Celebration of Life - thank you for making us smile. Many thanks to Bernard and staff at Lahaie and Sullivan Funeral Home, for treating us like family, for making sure all our wishes were met, and in making the impossible ... possible. Debi Poirier and family



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Under the general direction of the Supervisor, Customer and Technical Services, the candidate will provide service to the general public regarding billing inquiries, payments, routine credit arrangements, and other customer service related requirements. The candidate will also be required to complete the billing process and review readings and consumption for accuracy, calculate and check bills against history for any discrepancies, print and post bills as required. The ability to effectively deal with customer complaints in a professional and courteous manner is essential for this position. For more info visit: Qualified and interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to Human Resources no later than March 29, 2019 by e‐mail to Please indicate “TEMP‐CS” in the subject line. The Company promotes diversity and inclusion in the workplace; we thank all respondents but we will only contact those selected for an interview. FortisOntario is committed to Accessibility and will work with applicants that request an accommodation at any stage of the recruitment cycle.


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CORNWALL COLTS –––––– GAME DAY –––––– Thursday, March 14th vs ROCKLAND NATIONALS 7:30pm @ Ed Lumley Arena


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Adults $14, Student/Seniors $10 Children 12 & Under $6

Kick Ice Hockey! Looks like South Glengarry Council were trolling their North Glengarry neighbours this week. They showed up at the North Glengarry Council meeting wearing their Rebels jerseys. The South Glengarry team, the Rebels defeated the North Glengarry team, the Glens in the local hockey playoffs last week. The North and South Glengarry Mayors, Jamie MacDonald and Frank Prevost had a friendly wager that the mayor on the losing side would wear the other team’s jersey at their next council meeting. MacDonald honoured his bet, and South Glengarry was there Karen Torrie-Racine thanked Eamer’s Corners Public School - UCDSB-staff and students- to see it.

for making her feel so special!! She specifically thanks Johneen Everson for taking the How do you tell someone that winter is over? lead in the annual MS Society of Canada - Cornwall & District Chapter Read a Thon You spring it on them! for over 20 years. Karen is happy to support this great initiative and put a call out to the next generation of volunteers. DRAINS:


Local girl Nyla is raising money through a There was a lot of great food at the Cornwall bottle drive to go to Youth Bowling Canada’s Encore Education Centre’s annual Chicken national competition in May. Search for Bottle Dinner fundraiser. Great work to Carley Foulds Drive For Nationals 2019! on Facebook for more and the rest of the team. information on how to support this cause.

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Spring Fling Fifties & Sixties Dance & Live Auction to End Hunger Saturday, March 30th, 2019 • 8pm to 1am Agora Center (formerly Nativity Hall) Cornwall

Live Music by AM/FM Band Live Auction By Peter Ross Draw for $500.00 cash • Door prizes • Spot Dances • Midnight Lunch Tickets: $15.00 each available at The Pop Shoppe, New For You Thrift Store or by calling 613-938-9297 ext. 25 All proceeds to support The Agapè Centre

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Shar’s Tip of the Week Dealing with clogged drains is no fun. Here are some simple precautions you can take to prevent them: Don’t pour grease down the kitchen sink - this is the biggest cause of clogged drains. When draining your sinks after washing dishes or anything with particals, always leave the drain catcher in the sink partly open to catch the dirt before it goes down the drain as you empty the sink. Always flush your drain for several minutes by running hot water through them after every use. Once per month, put two table spoons of baking soda in the drain opening and pour a cup of vinegar down the drain. This will help to keep your drains clear and smelling fresh. Flush with hot water after it sits for about 5 minutes.

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Thumbs up to Linda Sloan and her team for The Cornwall Classics, sponsored by Classic an excellent Salon Carefour 50+ held on March 7 Care Pharmacy, won the 55+ Gold medal at the at Centre Charles-Emile-Claude. Bravo Linda. Ontario 55+ Senior Winter Games which was held in Huntsville, Ontario. Great work by Williamstown Public School and Principal Lianne Chaput in raising $5,000 for Congratulations to Cornwall’s own Emily new computers at their Skate-a-thon held last Vallance on becoming a Women’s Kickboxing week. national champion!

An English professor wrote the words: “A woman without her man is nothing” on the chalkboard and asked his students to punctuate it correctly. All of the males in the class wrote: “A woman, without her man, is nothing.” All the females in the class wrote: A woman: “without her, man is nothing.” Punctuation is everything.

Enjoy some great community theatre with Vagabond Theatre’s presentation of Dilemmas with Dinner! Running March 15 and 16 at St. John’s Presbyterian Church at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available at Scotiabank on Brookdale Ave. for more information see www.


Join Ontario Power Generation and the St. Lawrence River Institute during March Break for free programming at the OPG St. Lawrence Power Development Visitor Centre in Cornwall. Daily activities take place from March 11-15 between 10 am – 12:30 pm.


Saturday, March 16 at the Benson Centre. Join us for this free, family-friendly event designed to help new and existing gardeners find the seeds, tools, and tricks they need to succeed at home. All are welcome!


The performance will be held on Sunday, March 17 at 2:30 pm at Nativité Co-Cathedral (220 Montreal Road) featuring the talented Yulia Draginda. Yulia, a graduate from the Moscow Tchaikowsky Conservatory, is an international concert, organist, pianist and chamber music partner. She is a doctoral student at McGill. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $10.


LUNAFEST is a celebration of women’s diversity, women’s lives and stories around the world. LUNAFEST will showcase films by women, for women, about women. There will also be live performances, silent auction, candy bar, door prizes and a cash bar! Taking place March 30 at the Best Western, tickets are $40. To reserve yours contact or 613-932-1755 ext. 27. The deadline for nominations for the South Glengarry Business and Community awards is March 20. Nominations can be emailed to or dropped off at the Township office at 6 Oak St., Lancaster. The Cornwall Chamber of Commerce’s annual Spring Home Show is around the corner. MISSING CAT – Missing since Feb. 28 in the 5th St. Augustus area. Small yellow and white tabby cat. If found, call 613-930-0014 and leave a message.

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Pommier Jewellers has launched their Pawsitive Impact campaign. With every sale of a Brooklyn Lights pendant, five per cent of the proceeds will go to support to OSPCA of SD&G. Pictured here is Steve Turac, Carol Link, Portia the cat, Andre Pommier, Angele, Julie Bourgon and Ragnar the cat. Bruce and Lydia McCuaig of Lancaster are LOST: Dover & Osborne area. Large orange and brown tabby cat named Ginger. REWARD. celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary. Call 613-930-0014 and leave a message if found. Congratulations!


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A reader and his friend, who suffers from Caller say for the 40 days of lent I will give a Parkinson’s were recently having lunch at the 40 dollar check to the church. Blue Anchor. When he went to pay, the staff City council only raised 2019 property taxes informed him that a stranger at the bar had by 2.98% but they forgot to mention what they already paid for both their meals. He would like are sneaking in from the back door,like our tax to thank this man for his random act of increases caused by higher assessment and the kindness. new garbage collection fees. What is the correct A reader would like to thank the man who percentage that we will be paying? What else ? Glengarry Twp.,told their ratepayers the amount helped her get a parcel into her car recently at Home Depot in Cornwall. they gained by the assessment increase.

Congratulations to the Char-Lan boys hockFriday before last was the World Day of Prayer. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church cele- ey team and coach Sean O’Farrell on winning brated by holding a service written by the the SD&G high school hockey championship. women of Slovenia with Marjorie McArthur Dan Sloan’s team took home the win in the leading the prayer service. Brownsburg Bonspeil on Feb. 23. Congratulations to Glengarry District High Soon the Martintown Mill and market will be School student Richard Quesnel took home silver in the Automotive Service Technician cat- open again on the weekends for the summer. egory from the Eastern Ontario SKLZ competi- They’re looking for vendors and artists. For anytion. Fellow GD student Crew Rickerd won gold one interested in participating, please contact Barb at 613-347-2540. in cabinet making.

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The crew at P38 were in pink on Pink Shirt Day to raise awareness about bullying. I thought March Break was just for kids, but The Brookdale overpass is down to one lane again and will stay that way for most of the sum- it seems like a lot of adults are off on vacation this week too! Municipal employees, school mer. Is this affecting you? board employees, non-profit workers. When did How do you think Marc Crawford has been this become a thing? doing as the interim coach of the Senators? Have you seen an improvement?


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Three members of the Cornwall Weightlifting Club have gone to take part in important meets recently. Maleeka Virtue and Brooke Lalonde joined team Ontario at the Canadian Junior Championship in Brossard, QC. Virtue took home silver in the women’s -49k division. Lalonde placed fourth in the -59k division. Meanwhile Thorin Gault was in St. Thomas, ON, competing in the Ontario Masters Open. Gault won the gold in the -96kg class for men over 45 and qualified for the World Masters Championships.




High school girls come to Nav for women in science event NICK SEEBRUCH

CORNWALL, Ontario – Ontario Power Generation (OPG) held the first event Women in Science Conference at the Nav Centre on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. The conference was held in relation to International Women’s Day, which is on Friday, March 8. Grade nine and ten students from Cornwall, Ottawa and the surrounding areas were invited to the Nav Centre in Cornwall to from women working in different fields of science including Environmental Science, Health Science, Engineering and Trades.

Canada’s Governor General Julie Payette recorded a welcoming message to the students gathered at the Nav Centre. “Take today to learn about yourself,” she said. “Not matter your goal, you can achieve it. We live in the right country for that.” Mayor Bernadette Clement also addressed the gathered students and welcomed them to Cornwall. Clement explained to the young students that during her recent Mayoral election campaign, she was going door-to-door with a volunteer and the volunteer’s ten-year-old daughter. The daughter had dark skin, and curly hair, just like Clement. “She tugged my hair and said, “I’m going to run for mayor someday”and that’s why were here,”she

explained. Clement told the girls in the audience that she hoped they would consider Cornwall for their future home and as a place to work. “Your community stands behind you,” she said. The keynote speaker for the opening ceremony was Gina Parvaneh Cody who was the first woman to receive a PhD in Engineering from Concordia University. Cody immigrated to Canada from Iran in 1979 and after completing her studies and going on to a career in engineering she went on to become Executive Chair and the principal shareholder at CCI Group Inc., a major Canadian engineering consulting firm. Cody sold her business in 2016, and in 2018 made a significant donation to Concordia



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University, which named their Faculty of Engineering after her. Cody is the first woman in Canada to have an Engineering Faculty named after her. Cody explained that growing up in Iran, her mother told her that any woman can become independent through education. “That’s why I always strived to get the best education I could,” she said. “I’m here to tell you today that you are good enough, you are smart enough and you are strong enough,”Cody continued.“Perfection is not a great quality. Nobody is perfect. Making a mistake doesn’t make you a failure. If it did not one would every succeed. Go build a better future, I dare you. I know you can do it as I did.”

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