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South Glengarry Recognizes Business and Community Leaders Provided by the Township of South Glengarry LANCASTER, Ontario - On April 6, 2019, South Glengarry area businesses and community leaders gathered to recognize the outstanding achievements of the award recipients at the coveted 13th Annual South Glengarry Community and Business Awards ceremony. For the last 13 years the program has been recognizing individuals and local business for their dedication, accomplishments and their value to the community. Awards were presented in the following categories:

• 2018 Excellence in Agriculture Award Winner: Heidi Farms (Oeggerli Family) Heidi Farms Inc., operated by the Oeggerli family in Bainsville, was purchased in 1971 – since then the farm has expanded and improved year after year. CanWest DHI and Valacta recently recognized excellence in dairy herd management. Listed at the top of the Ontario list was Heidi Farms. With over 300 commercial dairy cows and 700 acres of land, the Oeggerli family has their work cut out for them and have certainly put South Glengarry on the agricultural map!

• 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year Award – Sponsored by RC Holdings Winner: Shelia Cecereau (About Thyme) About Thyme was founded in 2013 as a passion project by Sheila Cecereu, who holds a certificate in Nutritional Counseling and a very strong culinary talent. After recognizing the need for healthy and convenient meals in the community, the company developed a mission to offer homemade, “nutrilicious” meals to those who are on the go. What started as a home delivery food business later evolved into a centralized storefront when Sheila partnered with Lancaster’s Épicerie Henderson’s Grocery in 2017. Since its inception, About Thyme has been committed to the betterment of the Township through health and nutrition.

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• 2018 Citizen of the Year Award Winner: Mary Regan Mary served as president of the Williamstown Green Thumbs Horticultural Society from 2010 to 2014. She was instrumental in installing the bridge boxes and beautification of the Williamstown Fair’s bicentennial. Mary is a board member at the Nor’Westers Loyalist Museum and is co-president of the St. Mary’s Guild, fundraising for many charitable causes. Mary is an engaged citizen who serves others with joy, passion and empathy.

• 2018 Business of the Year Award Sponsored by Rozon Insurance Winner: Roger’s Marina (Nancy & Yves Struthers) Roger’s Marina has been owned and operated by the Struthers family since its inception. The current owners, Nancy and Yves Struthers, have developed a solid business plan to upgrade the amenities at the marina, turning it into a premier location for their customers. Under their ownership, there have been upgrades to the docks, with the marina now featuring 120 open boat slips and 30 boat houses. In the fall of 2018, Nancy and Yves constructed a new state of the art shop and sales facility. Roger’s Marina is a one stop shop for all boating needs, with Nancy and Yves committed to giving their customers a positive experience.


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• 2018 Youth Merit Award Winner: Keean McDonell Keean McDonell is a student at Char-Lan District High School who is described as an intelligent, conscientious, hardworking young man who is also involved with extra-curricular activities while maintain academic excellence. Keean volunteers at two local old age homes and over the last 2 years he has spent countless hours serving and cleaning up in the kitchen, helping organize activities and socializing with the seniors.

• Special Business Achievement Awards Winner: Rob McIntosh, Fine China (40 Years) Winner: South Branch Garage (40 Years) Winner: Roger’s Marina (65 Years) The Township of South Glengarry extends congratulations to all award recipients! For more information, contact Joanne Haley, General Manager of Community Services 613-347-1166.

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• 2018 Community Service Award Winner: Martintown Mill Preservation Society The Martintown Grist Mill is 143 years old and has recently been reinvented through fun, education and community, thanks to the dedication of the Martintown Mill Preservation Society. The group works hard to preserve the mill structure, making it the focal point of various community events year round. One example of this organization’s dedication to the community is the annual Halloween celebration at the Mill. Due to the dedication of many volunteers, the event draws approximately 500 attendees. The care of the Martintown Mill Preservation Society has turned the mill into a sustainable tourist attraction and community centre.

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Fahrenheit. The steam is then condensed back into pure Cristill Rock Water and the boiled water is rejected as waste water. 4. The condensed steam/water is more than 99% pure, and then goes through a 1 micron absolute filter. 5. The water is then cycled through water storage tanks which are sealed food grade reservoirs that circulates the water. The Cristill Rock reservoirs are locked and alarmed so that no one can tamper with the purity of Cristill Rock Water 6. Oxygen is added to give the water a fresh light taste, and it is put through an ozonation process. Ozonation involves adding pure oxygen and electricity to the water to ensure that the water remains pure and bacteria free. 7. The Parts Per Million (PPM) of Total

CORNWALL, Ontario—For 25 years Cristill Rock has kept the community hydrated with pure and refreshing water. Producing more than 30,000 18L bottles of water every month, Cristill Rock produces quality as well as quantity. Here is what sets the water in a bottle from Cristill Rock apart from the rest. 1. All bottled water from Cristill Rock meets the Canadian Bottled Water Associations (CBWA) standards, which are higher than the standards set out by the federal government through the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). 2. Cristill Rock first treats the raw water to remove any hardness or chlorine before it is purified by distillation. 3. During the distillation process, the water is boiled at between 221 and 223 degrees

Dissolved Solids in Cristill Rock water is effectively zero (0.1PPM-0.4PPM). As a comparison, tap water in Cornwall has 146PPM on average. 8. Cristill Rock follows the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) and good Manufacture Practice (GMP) guidelines. 9. Cristill Rock water is tested daily in house. Weekly, a water sample is sent to an independent lab for testing and annually, Cristill Rock plant is inspected by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF). Cristill Rock, located at 1140 Brookdale Ave. In Cornwall, is family owned and operated. They offer over 400 brands of coffee in addition to their water services, which includes a refilling station where customers can refill their 18L bottles 24/7.

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CORNWALL, Ontario – The longest running Cornwall Kinsmen Club initiative, the Kinsmen Music Festival, celebrated 65 years in the community as students performedfrom Tuesday, April 2 to Thursday, April 4, and again on Sunday, April 7. Jane McLaren, long-time Festival Coordinator, said that between 10 and 20 schools typically attend each year at Aultsville Theatre. Students can perform in a range of classifications, in voice, instrumental, dance, piano, choir and oral speaking. McLaren said that on April 7, the Concert of the Stars would award many students with trophies and bursaries for their achievements. Some students were selected to compete in provincial competitions, and others had the chance to win a Kinsmen Pizza Party, special for their school. McLaren admires that the festival is

non-competitive and that adjudicators give live feedback, taking away the pressure of judgment but allowing students to receive constructive criticism and learn how to handle nerves associated with the stage and presentations. “I will often say I credit the Kin Music Festival and (a teacher) for teaching me how to be a public speaker,” said McLaren, who remembers participating in various categories in the festival, as early as Grade 2. “A lot of what I do now in my professional career is a lot of public speaking, and I credit a lot of that to growing up and having these opportunities through things like this festival…it carries over to so many different things in life and is an amazing life skill.” McLaren said that the Kinsmen Club donates to offset the cost of busses and adjudicators to invest in students’ futures. “We have two new trophies this year,” added McLaren. “A trophy called the Performance Trophy, donated in memory of Greg Trizisky…

Students of North Dundas Choir at Kinsmen Music Festival on Thursday, April 4 (Shawna O’Neill/TC Media).

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CORNWALL, Ontario – Hundreds of Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School and St. Joseph’s Catholic Secondary School students walked out of their classrooms at 1:15 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, protesting proposed changes to education by the Ford government. The two local schools are among 600 across the province that said they would participate in the peaceful, walk-out protest. The protest, bearing the hashtag #StudentsSayNo, spread after a post by Natalie Moore, a Grade 12 student at Listowel District Secondary School in Listowel, ON went viral on social media. Moore explained that she wanted to make a statement after receiving no reply from her local MPP concerning questions about education changes. The Ford government announced significant changes to the provincial education system in March. Changes include class size requirements

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for Grades 9 to 12 will be adjusted up to 28 from the current average of 22. Cellphones will be banned from classrooms and a new sex education curricula will be implemented. Although Education Minister Lisa Thompson said there will not be any job loses as a result of the change, Harvey Bischof, President of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation, believes 20 per cent or 5,500 teachers may lose their jobs in publicly funded systems. “The previous government left us an outdated system that did not prepare our students for the realities of today,” said MPP Jim McDonell in a press release. “We are going to be investing in education and students in a way that is focused on student achievement and wellbeing.I have heard from employers in my riding that they are forced to go outside of our province for entry-level jobs. This is not right, and we are taking steps to address the lack of basic skills.” “We are in Grade 12, so some people might think this won’t affect us, but it does. It’s going to (influence) future generations and what we stand for,” said Chloe Caitlin McNaughton, Holy Trinity student. “What I have always been told is, the smaller class size, the better the learning

because you get more one-on-one attention. With a larger group, you might not have as much time with a teacher and that may impact certain students who need the extra help.” Local mother, Meghan Carter, agreed with students and attended the protest to offer moral support. Carter emphasized that everyone learns differently, so forcing students to take online classes may not help them succeed or showcase their capabilities. “It’s absolutely ridiculous. We have kids that are struggling, especially emotionally with a lot of anxiety in today’s society, and as a parent I have been fighting for more support in schools. So, to hear that they are going to take something away is ridiculous…I just wanted to support them. I think that more parents should be here too. They’re our children,” said Carter. “Our Government has been clear from the beginning that we are listening to parents and consulting with our education partners to modernize and improve Ontario’s education system from kindergarten to Grade 12,” said McDonell. “We welcome conversation with any stakeholder who wants to work with us in good faith to ensure our plan always puts students first and remains fair to our educators.”


Volunteers make it possible at Agapè Centre CORNWALL, Ontario – Across Canada, April 7 to 13 marks National Volunteer Week. Many community members agree that our region is unique for its active volunteerism, like Pauline Brown, Agapè Centre Volunteer Coordinator. “It’s surprising and wonderful how everyone comes together in Cornwall,”said Brown, who has worked with the Centre since 2017 and has overseen volunteers for a year. “Without volunteers, we wouldn’t be able to serve our community the way we do; we would never keep up…it opens my eyes. Our community is very lucky.” Brown explained that the Agapè Centre runs on volunteerism, and there is currently 70 to 80 individuals actively donating their time. She sees

individuals of several career backgrounds, from business owners, to police officers and paramedics. “I think it’s something in their heart,” said Brown. “There’s a few…that come to volunteer, and you’d never think (they’d be here). No one even knows they’re here. It’s something inside of them, they want to do to give back.” Volunteers at the Centre typically spend their time assisting in the soup kitchen, food bank, thrift store or sorting donations. The soup kitchen can see up to 140 individuals daily, all served by volunteers. Brown believes that more young people would feel fulfilled with volunteering and hopes that more donate their time. Eileen Charbonneau, an Agapè Centre volunteer of over two years, decided to donate her time after retiring and now prepares food in the soup

kitchen every Monday and Friday. “If it’s a holiday, or we’re not open, or it’s the weekend, I miss it (here). I really do miss it. I miss the team I am working with, the people who come in to eat. They always have a smile on their face, they are always happy and they appreciate it,” said Charbonneau. “There’s a big need (for volunteering) in the community,” she added. “For a lot of people, this might be their only meal for the day…sometimes, when it’s a Monday, they haven’t eaten all weekend.” Charbonneau reflected on how volunteering can lead to different opportunities, whether they be personal or professional. “They do it right from the heart. They’re amazing and very sincere with it all,” said Brown appreciatively.

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I think that it is worth noting that the Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH) has made great strides over the past year that I believe are worth recognition. Often on Facebook, I see complaints that the hospital’s wait times are too long, or other complaints about service, but I feel like this is missing the bigger picture. For one, in late 2018, I wrote a story comparing Emergency Room wait times at the three hospitals in Cornwall and SD&G, and the CCH was not noticeably better or worse than either the Winchester or Alexandria hospitals. The CCH, and their fundraising arm, the Cornwall Community Hospital Foundation (CCHF), have done a lot to bring new services and better-quality healthcare to the citizens of Cornwall. In 2018, the CCHF reached their goal of raising $1.2 million for the hospital’s new Centre for Addiction and Mental Health 10 months ahead of schedule. Just last month in March, the CCHF successfully lobbied the City of Cornwall for $50,000 in funding to help start a program to bring new doctors to Cornwall and this was after months of coordinating and negotiating between the CCH, CCHF and Queen’s University. Last week, the CCHF saw their annual Corus Radiothon bring in one of the largest returns in the fundraisers history of over $150,000. This significant sum will go towards purchasing a new mammography machine. The new machine will cost around $400,000. The CCH does currently have a mammography machine, but it is 10-years-old and is reaching the end of its service life. It is through efforts like these that the CCHF is ensuring that Cornwall’s hospital has services that not only meet the needs of local residents, but that are also turning the CCH into a medical hub in the region. Often, residents may see the ORNGE helicopters flying into the hospital, but they are not always there to take patients to Ottawa, Amy Gillespie the Executive Director of the CCHF told Cornwall City Council in March that in fact, the helicopters are also often bringing patients to Cornwall because of the services and treatments they can receive here. All of this is possible because of the strong support this community gives to the CCHF, like during their Radiothon, but it can’t stop there. Yes, the Radiothon was a big success, but the CCHF requires support all year round. Supporting the CCHF should be an easy sell. At some point, we’re all going to need the services they offer there, and if not us, then a loved one. Let’s give a little bit out of pocket to make sure that we, our neighbours and the region have the best care possible. What do you think of the services offered at the CCH? Email me a Letter to the Editor at nicholas.seebruch@tc.tc

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Bag limit Dear Editor, My name is David Brisson and I have been a garbage man for the better part of the last twelve years. I’ve worked for different companies, as well as in different cities. I currently work as the garbage man in South Dundas, where I might add, has a two bag limit. The countryside does not look like a landfill due to this limit, as well I also see a considerable amount of recycling. I have worked in Cornwall on the garbage trucks with the previous company and noticed that garbage amounts were astronomical in certain areas and recycling was difficult to find. Surprisingly the garbage was heavier in the lower income areas, which baffles me as I tend to wonder how people on ODSP or welfare can produce so much garbage. One area in particular, is commonly named “cat piss alley” due to the over population of stray cats in the area primarily between st. Felix and McConnell, and First st. To the river. It was probably the heaviest and dirtiest area I had to collect in. Yet you can go in areas like Riverdale or Sunrise Acres and for the most part, people have reasonable amounts of garbage well below this proposed limit. I grew up near Finch and it has been a two bag limit since I was 5 years old, so well over three decades, and it seems to work. It works in South Dundas with a two bag limit. In Kemptville, where it is set up on the bag tag program at $1.75 a bag(2009 pricing when I worked there) it works as well and you don’t see garbage all over the rural roads and ditches. In Carleton Place you’re allowed two

bags. In Kingston you are allowed one can per household, Brockville as well if I’m not mistaken. Limits work and do promote recycling. Aside from working in South Dundas I also work for the same company in Ottawa, where unfortunately, it is the only area within a 200 km radius that still allows a free for all at the curb. You could empty your entire house to the curb and it gets collected. Yet there is still a vast amount of recycling collected as well as green bin(compost material) collected. From my experiences and everything I have come across and seen. I believe Cornwall would serve well with the year round green bin collection including yard waste(branches, grass, leaves), which would drastically reduce the weight of garbage. I also believe the city would of benefited much more from instilling the bag tag program. I have seen on many occasions where an elderly person religiously puts out one grocery bag worth of garbage a week while the neighbour puts out thirty black garbage bags. Having a bag tag program in place is the best, most productive and most cost efficient way to promote and in a sense “ force” using other means for your garbage, including recycling and composting. Cornwall, like Ottawa, has been spoiled long enough when it comes to waste. Their has been no ownership or responsibility taken for the amount of trash that gets put out regularly. Well it’s time for a change, and despite this still being a limit that is too high, it is at least a start in the right direction. David Brisson

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I’m not sure how financially challenged families afford to have one child playing minor hockey let alone two or three. Perhaps they can’t and that is why the number of kids enrolled in minor hockey has plunged over the years. When baby boomers were growing up, it cost about $10 to register for the Cornwall Minor Hockey Association house league program which had about 1,000 players. And all you needed were a $1.25 hockey stick that was expected to last the season, a 10 cent roll of black tape, a pair of hand-me-down skates, a pair of hockey stockings and shin pads. Some kids even had real hockey gloves, pants and shoulder pads. Today it costs around $650 to register a child for house league. And that is just the tip of the financial iceberg. Because not enough kids sign up, it is not possible to have an in-house schedule. So, the one or two division clubs play in a league that includes outlying communities whose programs are also strapped for players. That means travelling. And that takes a car, time and money, which puts some kids on the sidelines. The end-of-season bill - registration, equipment, travel and tournaments - for one house league skater easily surpasses $2,000. But that is chump change for what it costs parents with a kid on one of the elite teams where a second mortgage might be an option. We’ve come a long way from the days of the frozen pond and kids using the Eaton’s catalogue for shin pads. THIS WEEK IN 1966 - Cornwall Royals suffered a heart-breaking loss in a sold-out Halifax Forum when the Maritime champion

Canadiens scored with 48 seconds left in the third period to beat the Ontario squad 6-5 and take the Memorial Cup playdown series in seven games. Jean Payette had three goals for the Royals with Bob Deschamps and Pete Prevost adding one apiece. Cornwall goalie Harold Murphy made 41 saves. ... Domtar long-service club added 29 members. Lucide Lamesse received a 45-year pin while A. C. Pitts and B. R. Tilton were given 40-year pins. ... Cornwall Township asked the OMB to approve financing to provide the Long Sault Arena with an artificial ice plant. The township had taken over the arena as a Centennial project. ... The parks and recreation committee recommended that a consulting engineer be hired to study the possibility of expanding seating capacity at the Water Street Arena to 4,800 from 1,800. ... Billy Carter of Cornwall had 16 goals and 45 assists while playing for AHL Buffalo Bisons. AROUND AND ABOUT Few weeks back we wondered how Bonville got its name. South Stormont historian Don McIntosh came up with the answer. The name has its roots in Ireland. Don says the Irishman who “conned” the Scottish residents into re-naming the hamlet (Glenco) after an Irish village was a fast-talking entrepreneur named Pete Gibbons. Legend has it Gibbons owed a lot of money to local farmers/investors. He was last seen making a dash via horse and buggy to catch a train in Apple Hill, never to be seen again. (Hey, does this have a familiar ring?) At one time, the hamlet had two hotels and a post office. ... For the first ever, the field of Democratic presidential candidates will outnumber of horses in the Kentucky Derby starting gate. ... Cornwall Fire Department marked a milestone last week when its first female firefighter reported for duty. HERE AND THERE Tell me it isn’t true, that some police service boards in Ontario reward a police chief with a six-figure retirement bonus just for fulfilling a multi-year contract. ... Why do sneakers come with laces

that are 18 inches too long? ... Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized to a woman protester for his smart-ass “thanks for your donation” remark at a Liberal fundraiser as she was being escorted out of the hall. But let’s not forget that the quip drew a loud ovation from his Liberal audience who seemed to see nothing wrong with the rebuke. ... In the provincial NDP ranks, a member apologized to Ottawa police after claiming in the Legislature that Ottawa cops are racists. His remarks drew a thunderous applause from the NDP caucus which includes the brother of the NDP federal leader who once was photographed with a protest sign that read “F.... the police”. Cop hating must run in the family. ... Well, how did you enjoy our two days of spring? NEW FLASH: Wiar ton Willie has joined Punxsutawney Phil in the witness protection program. ... And what about the country’s most respect weather guru David Phillips who on March 2 said winter would hang on until mid-March then we would be basking in the warmth of spring with above seasonal temps. SPORTS STUFF Jim Robinson closed the season on a winning note claiming the senior men’s Bray Construction closing bonspiel. Robinson’s rink went through the round-robin draw with a near-perfect record (no losses, one tie) before taking the 12-rink final round. Backing him up were third Brian Clinton, second Yvon Lemire and lead Ken Waller. Gerry Goulet (Roger Comtois third, Bob Cameron second, Bob Humble lead) took second. Lionel Beauregard (Joe Lemire third, Ron Campeau second, Guy Lalonde lead) finished third. Rene Desrosiers was awarded the Spirit of Curling Award. Guy Lalonde was named best first-year player. Don Orton was made an honourary member. ... No question Bob Cole was one of the best but I put him behind Foster Hewitt, Danny Gallivan and Dan Kelly. ... The end of the regular season is when general managers cover their mistakes by firing the

coach. TRIVIA This United Counties’ school took its name from the Algonquin word for meeting place. TRIVIA ANSWER Pernell-Karl Subban was born and raised in Toronto. His father, a retired school principal, and mother immigrated to Canada from Jamaica in the 1970s. HERE AND THERE To accommodate aging baby boomers, it might be time to rename some of the Sixties’ hits. How about Splish, Splash, I Was Havin’ a Flash”, On the Commode Again, It’s My Procedure and I’ll Cry If I Want To, Denture Queen, How Can You Mend a Broken Hip?, You Make Me Feel Like Napping, A Whiter Shade of Hair, Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Walker, and Once, Twice, Three Times to the Bathroom. ... Remember when you had to crank a car window up and down and driver’s ed included learning hand signals. P FACTS’N’FIGURES In the 10-year period 1951-1960 St. Columban’s, the city’s oldest parish, had 1,916 baptisms, 618 marriages and 914 funerals. The number of funerals was down from the previous decade which had 1,011. AND THE BEAT GOES ON Kirk Douglas 102 (he was born Issur Danielovitch), Doris Day 97, Gina Lollobrigida 91, Clint Eastwood 88, Raquel Welch 78, rockers Keith Richards and Mick Jagger 75 (they just look 95). ONE FINAL THING “The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided.” - Legendary baseball manager Casey Stengel. His musings became know as “Stengelese”.

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SALVATION ARMY CORNWALL PASTAWITH-A-PURPOSE Saturday April 13th 5:00 pm. A benefit dinner for The Salvation Army Cornwall’s Mozambique and Malawi missions appeal. Tickets are $10.00 per person and are available at The Salvation Army Thrift Store (401 4th St W) or The Salvation Army church (500 York Street). Call 613.932.7515 for full details. 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.

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. CENTENNIAL CHOIR OF CORNWALL’S SPRING CONCERT RHAPSODY This 75 member choir will perform songs that will leave you in rhapsody for days. Enjoy the energy and zest of this choir on May 10 at 7:30 at Aultsville Theatre. Tickets are available from choir members, at the Lottery kiosk at Cornwall Square or at Home Hardware at Pitt and Thirteenth Street.

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FISH, CHIPS, AND WINGS RCAFA Wing 424, Water Street April 26. Live band - Billy Gabriel Band. No cover charge 7:00 to 11:00 pm COMMUNITY BINGO - every Thursday, Early Birds/Bonanza at 6:45pm, regular games at 7:15. St. Andrews Church Hall, St. Andrews West. Proceeds for hall renovations - sponsored by Knights of Columbus. Licence M783589 SPECIAL DRAMA THE LIVING LORD’S SUPPER at Cornwall Wesleyan Church on Psalm Sunday ( April 14th ) at 10 am followed by a potluck Seder meal. Info. Call 613-916-9166 ANNIVERSARY BBQ - St. John’s Presbyterian Church on Sat., May 4th from 5-7 pm. Steak or chicken and trimmings. Tickets 613-932-8693 or 613-537-8290. SPRING LUNCHEON & BAKE SALE Ingleside-Newington United Church, Ingleside. April 13 from 11:30-1 pm. Adults $10, children $5 (ages 5-12). Everyone welcome ALZHEIMER SOCIETY– IG WEALTH MANAGEMENT WALK FOR ALZHEIMER’S in Cornwall is Saturday, May 4th, 9–11:30 AM at the Benson Centre. Join us for fun, exercise, music, prizes and more! Registration is open for individuals, teams and volunteers at www. walkforalzheimers.ca or call Jennifer at 613932-4914 ext 206. Together, we can make memories matter! PAINT NIGHT AT MONKLAND REC CENTRE 17337 Hwy 43 & Hwy 138 Friday, Apr.12th, 7–9 pm. Call Carol at 613-330-6647. Let’s Have Some Fun!!! SEAWAY WINDS CONCERT BAND’S MAY CONCERT “SHOWTIME!” will be held at Aultsville Theatre May 4th at 7:30pm. Jazz & Pop vocal artist, Katie Ditschun, is the featured soloist. Tickets are available at Cornwall Square, 2nd floor Admin. Office, Mon-Fri, 8:30am 5:00pm or at the door before the concert. OSGA 55+ DISTRICT 8 SUMMER EVENTS Thurs., Apr.11 @1 pm Cribbage open doubles, Senior Centre Cornwall 613-764-1509. Fri. Apr 12 30 am 8 ball Billiards (men,women) Rack’Em Up Cornwall 613-703-9180. Mon.Apr 29 @1 pm Carpet Bowling, open doubles, Matilda Hall Dixon’s Corners 613-652-4130. Please register with the Convenor one week in advance. All participants who are 55 years of age and older and live in SDG, Prescott, Russell and Akwesasne are eligible. An annual membership fee applies to participate in all events for the year. GOOD FRIDAY FISH ‘N’ CHIPS (HADDOCK) April 19th, 4-7 PM Knights of Columbus 755, 205 Amelia St. (Doors open at 3 PM) Everyone Welcome!

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CORNWALL WESLEYAN CHURCH invites you to our Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10:00 a.m. Kids Konnect Church for children ages 4 – 12 years. Nursery is also available. Bible Study Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. Men’s Fellowship Meeting at 8:30 a.m. the first Saturday of the Month. For further activities refer to www.cornw a l l we s l e y a n c h u rc h . o n . c a o r c a l l 613-936-9166. 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 oa.cornwall@gmail.com VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDED CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY needed in Cornwall & district to provide cancer patients transportation to their medical appointments. The Wheels of Hope program ensures that volunteer drivers are trained and supported in addition to reimbursing them for mileage. Interested in becoming a volunteer driver? Please contact Linda Rodgers Email: linda.rodgers@ontario.cancer.ca or call 613-932-1283 CASINO TRIP to Lac Leamy Casino, Hull on Sat., April 27, bus departs at 9:30 am. Info: 613932-6534. Proceeds toward St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre. CORNWALL COMFORT QUILTS hand made for and given to Cancer patients. For more info call: Nicole 613 935-5593, Laura 613 936-2179, Anne 613 932-7084, Anne 250 4281637. Located at The Care Centre, 510 2nd St. E. Cornwall. ST. JOSEPH CONTINUING CARE CENTRE 2019 CASINO TRIPS April 27, Saturday, Lac Leamy (Hull)-depart 9:30. 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 jbracken81@gmail.com, or 613 347 2540, to arrange a date(s) or receive information. ALZHEIMER SOCIETY – MONTHLY SUPPORT GROUP meetings for families and for those living with dementia. Call 613 9324914 for times and locations (English and French).

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SeawaY community events READY, SET, SHOP AT THE RELAY RUMMAGE SALE Join the Relay teams and shop for a great cause, Saturday, May 4th from 8 am to 2 pm. Fine’s Home Hardware, 10 13th St. E. Every dollar raised goes towards Relay For Life and help the Canadian Cancer Society fund Canada’s most promising research and vital support services. WEDNESDAY AT THE MOVIES screens the Icelandic film Woman at War. Halla leads a double life as a passionate environmental activist secretly waging a one-woman-war on the local aluminum industry. Galaxy Cinema, April 17 at 7:30 pm. Tickets available at the door or Complex Box Office. FRIENDLY CIRCLE SENIORS CLUB VARIETY SHOW AND THEME NIGHT Friday May 10th 7-11PM. South Stormont Township Hall. Decorate you table and dress the part. You could win a prize. Table are welcome to bring their own themed snacks. Cash bar. Prizes for best Entertainer, & Costumes/Table. For info and tickets call 613-534-5252 Also looking for comedians, musicians, magicians etc. 613-362-4273 INDOOR GARAGE & BAKE SALE Saturday, May 4th 9AM-1PM. Cornwall Pentecostal Church, 208 Second St. E. (at Amelia St.) 613937-3737. Lots of items priced to sell.

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FEDERAL RETIREES CORNWALL & DISTRICT NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING MAY 8th 10am-noon. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION 415 SECOND ST. W. Guest Speaker: Lynn Nasralla Johnson Insurance Topic: “Dispelling the Myths of Automobile and Home Insurance”. Lynn will also offer tips on how to protect our homes and autos from damage. Question and answer session. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED RSVP by April 26 to : federalretirees.cornwallÉlection au poste de trésorier et approbation des règlements révisés Conférencière invitée: Lynn Nasralla Johnson Insurance (présentation en anglais) Sujet: ”Démystifier l’assurance automobile et domiciliaire”. Lynn nous fera des recommandations pour protéger nos domiciles et automobiles contre les dommages. Une session de questions/réponses suivra. UN LUNCH SERA SERVI RSVP avant le 26 avril: federalretirees.cornwall@gmail.com

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ROAST BEEF DINNER Organized by The Lost Villages Lions Club. Wednesday Apr. 17th, 4-7pm. South Stormont Community Hall. 2 Milles Roch Rd Long Sault Roast Beef,Mashed potatoes, vegetables, bun and desserts(various pies),Tea and Coffee. Info: 613-577-1808. GIANT GARAGE AND BAKE SALE Saturday Apr. 27th, 8AM-2PM. Organized by Filles d’Isabelle Notre-Dame-des-Saints-Martyrs. Sainte-Thérèsede-Lisieux Parish Hall, 1304 Lisieux St. THE GENDER ILLUSIONS RCAFA Wing 424Water Street, May 5th. Limited tickets at Wing RELAY FOR LIFE Calling all secret agents for a mission to support cancer research and vital support services at the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, Friday, June 7th from 6 pm to 12 midnight at the Maxville Fair Grounds. The James Bond themed event will include the opening survivors walk, fun activities including a casino royale along with the moving luminary ceremony. Community is bigger than cancer so register or donate today at RelayForLlife.ca or call 613-932-1283.

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3RD ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT Saturday,Apr. 20th. 10:30am-2pm at the Arnold Bethune Memorial Park, Long Sault . Hot Dogs and Hamburgers. The Easter Bunny will be there too. Sponsored by Ingleside Long Sault Lost Villages Lions Club. Info: 613-577-0818 ADOPTION WEEKEND AND FUNDRAISER AT 2 LOCATIONS Saturday & Sunday, Apr. 27-28th. At Pet Valu Eastcourt Mall -1380 2nd St. E. & Pet Valu 12438 Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County Road 2, Morrisburg. Bake sale 10 am to 3:30 on Saturday only. Nail trimming only available that same day at Pet Valu in Cornwall. We are also selling tickets for a Paint Day. Proceeds going to KNOT FURGOTTEN CAT RESCUE. More info can be found on our Facebook page and Kijiji. VESAKHI IS THE CELEBRATION OF THE BIRTH OF THE KHALSA by the tenth Sikh Guru in 1699. it is also the celebration of harvest in April in agricultural communities in India. 1699 – 2019 SRI GURU SINGH SABHA Join us at 108 Anthony St.,Saturday 13th April. Prayers and Langgar will be served. 6pm. All are welcome. SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT SERVICES SDG&A Healing Art Group, every Friday from 1-4pm at OBO Studios at 204 Second St. W. Women’s Empowerment Series at SASS – Thursday Apr. 11, 18, 25 6:30-8:30pm at SASS (registration required). SEAWAY VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS to assist with cooking and nutrition programs in Cornwall and Dundas County. Knowledge and experience cooking healthy recipes is necessary. Be part of a fun, interactive team that will improve the health of our community. For more information, call Corrie: 613-930-4892 ext. 152 THE CORNWALL NAVY CLUB 30 Sixth St E. across from Giant Tiger serves supper every THURSDAY at 5 PM followed by Georgie’s Karaoke from 6-9PM. SATURDAYS from 3-7 pm karaoke with Georgie. SUNDAYS breakfast served from 8 am-noon. Everyone welcome. H a l l re nt a l s fo r a l l o cc a s i o n s. Info:613-938-0285 SPRING TEA sponsored by St. Peter’s C.W.L. on Wed., April 24 from 1-2:30 pm. Sandwiches, beverages, white elephant table, bake table. All welcome.


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Finale régionale Est du Concours LOL-Mort de rire! 2018-2019 Communiqué de presse de l’ACFO-SDG ROCKLAND, Ontario - Hier après-midi a eu lieu, dans l’enceinte de la salle de spectacle Optimiste à Rockland, la finale régionale de la cinquième édition du Concours LOL-Mort de rire! 2018-2019 pour la région Est. Devant un public composé de plus de 300 élèves de l’École secondaire catholique L’Escale, treize de leurs camarades se sont livré une chaude lutte humoristique dans le but de remporter l’une des six places à gagner pour se produire lors de la finale provinciale de ce concours. L’animateur de cette matinée époustouflante

n’était autre qu’Alexandre Bisaillon, un humoriste franco-ontarien d’Ottawa, porte-parole du Concours LOL-Mort de rire !. La lourde tâche de choisir les six grands gagnants de cette finale régionale incombait aux cinq membres du jury, qui ont désigné à l’unanimité : • Zachary Bourbonnais de l’EEC Saint-Guillaume • David Chénard de l’ESC Garneau • Philippe Doucet du Collège catholique Franco-Ouest • Natasha Jespers de l’ÉSC de Plantagenet • La Gussi Kanane de l’ESC Franco-Cité • Evelyne Roy-Molgat de l’ESP Le Sommet

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Le BSEO en état d’alerte : un cas de rougeole est signalé à Ottawa

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Durant la semaine du 28 mars, les élèves de 1ère année de la classe de Mme Michèle Racicot et les élèves de la classe de 4e-5e année de la classe de Mme Chantal Groulx Fontaine ont eu la chance de vivre le projet: Les Haut-Parleurs du théâtre de la Vieille 17. Ce projet vise à encourager la lecture à voix haute chez les élèves des écoles rurales ou en régions éloignées. Les ateliers sont tous animés par des comédiens professionnels franco-ontariens, et les textes lus sont composés spécifiquement pour ce projet, par des auteurs franco-ontariens. Les élèves sont rapidement captivés par l’apprentissage d’onomatopés et les marionnettes utilisées sont dans leurs lectures! très captivantes. Les élèves se sont amusés tout en apprenant, quoi Les élèves de la classe de Mme Michèle et de Mme demander de plus! Chantal ont bougé, développé leur vocabulaire, appris de nouveaux mots; tout ça en utilisant tous leurs sens. Les apprentissages effectués grâce à ce projet sont rapidement réinvestis dans les écrits des élèves et

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Ces jeunes humoristes représenteront donc la région Est et participeront à la finale provinciale du Concours LOL-Mort de rire!, le jeudi 2 mai prochain à 19 h au Collège catholique SamuelGenest dans le cadre de l’activité provinciale d’improvisation l’AFOLIE. Chaque jeune participant au concours avait reçu du coaching des humoristes formateurs de l’École nationale de l’humour et tous ont profité des conseils ainsi que des encouragements d’humoristes de renom. Vingt-quatre d’entre eux ont pris part à la demifinale régionale le 7 février dernier et quatre jeunes « coups de coeur » sont montés sur scène lors du spectacle de la Tournée des Rendez-vous de la Francophonie qui s’est déroulée le 22 mars dernier au théâtre Aultsville de Cornwall, en présence de de plusieurs humoristes de renom. Le jury de la finale régionale se composait des membres suivants : Julie Dignard, Formatrice pour l’École nationale de l’humour (ENH)

ONTARIO EST - Depuis la confirmation d’un cas de rougeole à Ottawa, le Bureau de santé de l’est de l’Ontario (BSEO) a communiqué avec Santé publique Ottawa (SPO) et prendra contact avec les résidents qui sont identifiés comme ayant pu y être exposés. Aucun cas de rougeole n’a été signalé dans la région, mais le BSEO surveille la situation. Le BSEO rappelle au grand public de s’assurer que les immunisations contre la rougeole, la leur et celle de leurs enfants, sont à jour. Dr Paul Roumeliotis, Médecin hygiéniste du BSEO, incite les résidents à se faire vacciner le cas échéant, non seulement pour se protéger eux-mêmes, mais pour protéger les gens qui ne peuvent pas se faire vacciner – incluant les nourrissons. « La rougeole est extrêmement contagieuse et peut être très grave pour les gens qui ne sont pas vaccinés », dit-il. « Elle est particulièrement dangereuse pour les bébés qui sont trop jeunes pour être immunisés et

pour les adultes dont le système immunitaire est compromis. » Le vaccin est sûr et efficace pour empêcher d’attraper et de propager la rougeole. L’immunisation contre la rougeole est généralement administrée aux enfants âgés de 12 mois qui reçoivent ensuite une dose de rappel entre 4 et 6 ans. Les nourrissons de 6 à 12 mois peuvent être vaccinés s’ils voyagent dans des zones de flambée ou s’ils ont été exposés à un cas de rougeole. Pour le moment, aucun changement n’a été apporté à la recommandation actuelle d’immunisation des nourrissons puisqu’une flambée n’a pas été déclarée dans la région ni à Ottawa. Le vaccin contre la rougeole est disponible sans frais chez votre fournisseur de soins de santé, et aussi sur rendez-vous au BSEO en appelant au 613-933-1375 ou au 1 800 2677120. Pour de plus amples renseignements sur la rougeole et sur l’immunisation contre la rougeole, visitez https://www.ontario.ca/fr/ page/propos-de-la-rougeole.


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your weekly horoscope ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20

LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23

TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21

SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22

Curiosity is a useful tool, Aries. Keep a handle on it this Reach out to your to friends this week and ask them for week. Do not go delving into situations that do not involve advice on your current situation, Libra. They know you you, or you could end up in trouble. well enough and may have some important insight. Taurus, if a certain person’s boastfulness is causing concern, you may need to speak up or simply avoid that person for the time being. He or she may just be blowing off steam.

GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21

12. National capital 14. China’s chairman 15. Al Bundy’s wife 17. Acid in all living cells 19. Told 20. Displays heartbeat 23. Softly 24. Swiss river 25. Small chapel 26. Electronic countermeasures

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Scorpio your creativity is easily channeled this week and you are bound to surround yourself with others who are eager to brainstorm ideas. This can prove beneficial.

SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21

You have set goals and your feet are firmly planted on the Gemini, save yourself a lot of frustration and accept the ground. These are assets that will serve you well, and way things are right now. Focus on the positives in your others will soon look to you for inspiration. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 life and count your many blessings. CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 Try a different approach if you want to see results, The universe has an important lesson to teach you, Cancer. Capricorn. Doing the same thing over and over again It involves giving up a little bit of control so you can benefit hasn’t worked for you thus far as it pertains to your in unknown ways. This is challenging, but worth it. relationship.

LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23

AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18

VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22

PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20

Leo, think twice before you commit to any projects or Take the scenic route if you are going on a trip, Aquarius. confirm appointments with others. You have to have all of Getting sidetracked is the goal this time around, and you the details worked out in advance before you can proceed. can wander off to parts unknown. Virgo, if relationship issues are confusing you, it might be Support a friend who needs a strong shoulder to lean on, the right time to distance yourself and go it alone for a little Pisces. This person isn’t likely to ask for help, so reach while. This will help you get your bearings. out.

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Cornwall man charged in historical sexual assault of minor CORNWALL, Ontario – A 51-year-old Cornwall man was arrested on April 1, 2019 and charged with sexual assault, invitation to sexual touching, sexual interference, and sexual exploitation. It is alleged between 2005-2012, the man sexually assaulted his step-daughter while she was between the ages of 11-17. Police were contacted and an investigation ensued. On April 1, 2019 the man attended police headquarters to deal with the matter. He was taken into custody, charged accordingly and released to appear in court on April 25, 2019. His name was not released as it would identify the victim in the matter.

Four arrested after drug bust on Carleton St.

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In loving memory of a dear husband and father who left us five years ago on April 10, 2014.

Sadly missed along life’s way, Quietly remembered every day, No longer in our life to share, But in our hearts, you’re always there.

In my heart your memory lingers, Sweetly tender, fond and true, There is not a day my beautiful wife, that I do not think of you. May the winds of heaven blow softly, and whisper in your ear, How much I love and miss you, and wish that you were here.

All my love, Ken

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quantity of cocaine, a stolen laptop, a quantity of American currency, as well as a quantity of Canadian currency in an amount over $5,000 was located in the residence. As a result of the investigation, four people were taken into custody and charged as follows: Robert Kaufman, 58, of Cornwall: • Possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 • Possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 • Breach of undertaking (for failing to keep the peace) Chantal Ceasor, 46, of Cornwall: • Possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000 • Possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000 Megan Powless, 24, of Cornwall: • Personation x 2 (for falsely identifying herself to police twice during the investigation) • Breach of probation (for failing to keep the peace) It should be noted Megan Powless was also arrested on the strength of a warrant for failing to abide by her recognizance and probation throughout January 2019. Carmela Licursi, 38, of Cornwall: • Possession of cocaine Carmela Licursi and Chantal Ceasor were released to appear in court on May 9, 2019. Megan Powless and Robert Kaufman were both held for a bail hearing.

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Cornwall area photographer loves to capture nature and wild life Sultan Jessa

While she is out enjoying nature armed with a camera, Cindy Rowe, a long-time Martintown resident, always looks at things from a different prospective. “Now with digital cameras, it takes no time at all to shoot a few hundred photos,” she said. “The great thing is you can immediately delete you don’t like.” Rowe studied photography for three years at St. Lawrence College. “With the advent of digital cameras and

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phones, it is so easy to get into photography.” Rowe simply loves, admires and cares for nature. “I love nature, any and all kinds of nature. You never know what you are going to find and see.” She loves taking photographs of loons, owls, dragon flies and mushrooms. One time, while in the open field photographing dragonflies, she had this creepy feeling that she was being watched. “When I looked up, there was a coyote watching her from about 200 feet away,” she recalled. “I was a bit nervous, but ended up with a great shot.”There is nothing Rowe likes paddling along and finding a loon sitting on a nest right in front of her.“I always take my camera with me when I am kayaking,” Rowe said, adding

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she has some great shots of eagles during such trips. Rowe who has always worked in Cornwall, said local residents don’t have to go far to admire nature. She said there are lots of spots in the area to capture nature at its best like the Rotary Echo Garden, the Coopers Marsh, the Guindon Park and the Long Sault Parkway. Rowe has photographed migrating snow geese, snowy eagles and a variety of other birds. Whenever she travels to Florida, the first thing she wants to know about closest wetland or wildlife refuge areas. She was photographed seals and turtles being released in the Florida area. One of her favorite shots is of seals kissing each

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other as they say goodbye to each other and head back to freedom in the ocean. Her sister Shirley Zundell in Vermont is an avid birder and a naturalist.

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Join the team! the Cornwall Public Library Board is currently recruiting for the position of

Chief Executive Officer

the ideal candidate is forward-thinking, innovative and flexible. Qualifications and Skills Master’s Degree in Library and Information Studies from an ALA accredited university. Equivalent education and experience will be considered in other areas where knowledge and performance of CEO competencies can be applied and demonstrated. • A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in senior level administration and management. • Meets CEO Competencies at a high level in all areas (please see full position profile). • Possesses knowledge and experience working with/in a unionized environment. • Familiarity with the unique and diverse needs of Cornwall residents. • Bilingualism would be considered an asset.

Cornwall Electric is currently recruiting for a:

FACILITIES SYSTEMS OPERATOR Reporting to the Supervisor, Logistics, the candidate will be required to assist with the general building maintenance at the main Cornwall Operations Centre and Cornwall District Heating (“CDH”) plant. Responsible for buildings and equipment at the Operations Centre and CDH facility to ensure safe operations by conducting regular preventative maintenance and inspections. Address areas that require attention and work with any outside general contractors to schedule and to make certain work orders are completed. Adhere to all Company policies and procedures and comply with all relevant legislation and standards. For more info visit: https://www.cornwallelectric.com/about-us/career-opportunities

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information will be used strictly for candidate selection. Cornwall Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required. Applicants are asked to make their needs known in advance. Any information relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially. 7573858

The Tourism Development Corporation of Cornwall is looking for interested applicants to serve in the following positions:

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Qualified and interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to FortisOntario Human Resources no later than April 29, 2019 by e‐mail to krista.cummings@cornwallelectric.com. Please indicate “FAC‐SYS‐OPER” in the subject line. We thank all respondents for their interest, however, we will only respond to those selected for an interview. FortisOntario is committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities and will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the recruitment cycle. FortisOntario is an inclusive employer and committed to Accessibility.

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Qualified candidates are invited to apply electronically by submitting a cover letter and resume in word or .pdf format to Ceo Search Committee: board@library.cornwall.on.ca no later than 4:00 pm on april 29, 2019.

La Corporation du développement du tourisme de Cornwall recherche des candidats intéressés par les postes suivants :

MEMBRE DU COMITÉ

TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND REVIEW COMMITTEE

COMITÉ D’EXAMEN DU FONDS DE DÉVELOPPEMENT DU TOURISME

The Tourism Development Fund Review Committee will meet on a monthly basis, or as required, to review applications requesting financial support from the Cornwall Tourism Development Fund, which has been set up to support efforts to grow tourism activity in the City of Cornwall. The Committee will make recommendations regarding the applications to the Board of Directors of the Tourism Development Corporation of Cornwall (TDCC). The deadline for submissions is April 19, 2019. Interested applicants are invited to send along a letter of interest, along with a resume, to:

Le comité d’examen du fonds de développement du tourisme se réunira tous les mois ou, au besoin, afin d’examiner les demandes de soutien financier de la part du Fonds de développement du tourisme de la ville de Cornwall, qui a été mis en place pour soutenir les efforts visant à développer l’activité touristique dans la ville de Cornwall. Le comité formulera des recommandations concernant les demandes du Bureau des directeurs de la Corporation du développement du tourisme de Cornwall. La date limite de soumission est le 19 avril 2019. On invite les candidats intéressés à envoyer une lettre d’intérêt ainsi qu’un curriculum vitae à :

Dana McLean Development Coordinator , City of Cornwall 100 Water Street , Cornwall ON K6H 6G4 dmclean@Cornwall.ca We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Information collected will be handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Dana McLean Coordonnatrice de développement, Ville de Cornwall 100, rue Water, Cornwall ON K6H 6G4 dmclean@Cornwall.ca

Nous remercions tous les candidats pour l’intérêt porté au poste. Toutefois, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats sélectionnés pour une entrevue. Les renseignements recueillis seront traités conformément à la Loi sur l’accès à l’information municipale et la protection de la vie privée.

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Cornwall is a beautiful, safe and friendly growing community. Cornwall is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Eastern Ontario, and has everything you need to enjoy an exceptional quality of life. With a small town feel, businesses and waterfront minutes away from your front door along with new opportunities awaiting around every corner. Cornwall is located near Kingston, the picturesque 1000 Islands and is a short drive from Ottawa/Montreal. Cornwall is an affordable place to live and a wonderful region to raise a family.


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Sweet time for Counties LANCASTER, Ontario – The Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Association held their fourth annual Maple Weekend on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7 and several sugar shacks in the United Counties of SD&G took part. Participating local sugar producers included La Sucrerie à Frank Sugar Shack, in Moose Creek,

Sand Road Maple Farm, also in Moose Creek, Barkleyvale Farms, Grampie’s Sugar Shack, On The Bend Sugar Shack, all in Chesterville, Peak Forest Farms in Willaimstown, Wightman Sugar Bush in Lancaster and Erablière Souligny in Dunvegan. Wightman Sugar Bush has been producing maple syrup since the 1930s. In 2011, Jim Wightman built a modern maple syrup producing facility that can produce over 2,000 gallons

of syrup a year. Wightman himslef has been participating in the syrup business for 42 years. “My brother and I were tapping when I was 9 to 10-years-old,” he said. “It started with helping my uncle, but the passion grew for me.” The Wightman Sugar Bush has 4,900 taps. The sap taken from the taps goes through a reverse osmosis process that removes 80 to 85 percent of the water. This process creates a concentrated

sap solution that has a sugar content of 15 percent. “Maple weekend gives you a first-hand opportunity to see how maple products are produced, from tree to table, along with the chance to taste and purchase quality maple products,” said Cheryl Wightman, sister of Jim in a press release from Cornwall Tourism. “This year the sugar content is a bit higher than last year, and warmer weather encourages the sap to flow.”

standup comics,” said Shawn Fowler, Founder of Cornwall Comedy Festival. “Barry Taylor, Dena Jackson and Nick Reynoldson are coming to Cornwall to show us why they are some of the best in the business!” Barry Taylor, comedian and Co-Founder, said he is looking forward to having some fun and

making everyone laugh more than anything. “We’ve gone across the country before, done shows in every province except Newfoundland. We like going to smaller communities for sure, it’s nice to reach out to new places,” said Taylor. “We connected with Shawn fowler of Cornwall Comedy Festival…we are big fans of

what he is doing and we are excited to work with him…we are excited to see the people and to be a part of that set of shows,” said Taylor. Tickets to the show are available at Cornwall Civic Complex Box Office, online at CornwallComedyFestival.ca or by calling 613-938-9400.

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CORNWALL, Ontario – Canada’s first and only comedy record label will be coming to Nav Centre on Wednesday, April 17 for our city’s first ever Comedy Records Showcase. “The show features an all-star line-up of

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Reader asks: will there ever be a Red Lobster Cat missing since Feb. 28, Fifth St. W. and Augustus area, orange, yellow, friendly. Was in Cornwall? seen on Facebook. Lost his way home. Please On April 7th, we had a fundraiser at Freshco call 613-933-0127. to raise money for Scleroderma, which my Jane in Bonville (the constant wonderer), 8-year-old was diagnosed with last year. My 12 was wondering why car makers do not put year old has spent the last 3 months making those little line defrosters on front windows like rainbow looms bracelets with the intent of sellon the back windows. If they can put a man on ing these and raising money for the sclerothe moon, I’m sure they can configure how to do derma foundation., as there is no cure. A friend posted this event on Facebook and it went that without blocking vision. around like wildfire. There was an overwhelmThe Ford government wants to change the ing turnout at Freshco and we raised $1500!!! It slogan on license plates to “Open for business”. moved me to tears at the generosity and care of It doesn’t do it for me personally, and I see no this community. Thank you to everyone who positive impact from this change at all. Maybe if came and donated. Love the Maclennans. he wants to change the slogan, he should get The Glen Nevis senior women’s soccer team some feedback from the public. I’m not against it, but I think the new slogan should be some- has taken the crown in the Glengarry Soccer thing that represents everyone instead of being League playoffs with Ashton MacDonald and an ad for Doug Ford and his rich donor friends. Katie McDougald scoring for Glen Nevis in their final game against Dunvegan.

Thank you from The Buchan family

You have truly touched our hearts with your show of love, friendship, offers of assistance and donations in aid of our family. We have been just overwhelmed by the generous support shown by each of you. Losing our home to a fire has been one of the darkest and devastating experiences our family has endured but the compassion shown to us has been nothing less than amazing and has brought some joy and peace to our hearts. We so appreciate each and every contribution and we wish especially to thank the South and North Glengarry Fire Departments for their prompt response and valiant effort, the “wine girls” who supplied us with our basic needs within hours and organized the benefit spaghetti supper and silent auction, all those who volunteered and participated in the benefit, those who so generously donated beautiful items to the silent auction, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church for their unending support, Williamstown Public School and Char-Lan DHS for the incredible love and kindness shown to our children. Although our house is gone, we have been able to secure a temporary home in our wonderful community where we are so deeply rooted. Although there is still much to do, we are able to rest our heads and plan for the future. This could not have been possible without the assistance of so many. With our love and heartfelt thanks, Missy & Rory Buchan and Family

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Glengarry District High School is presenting MAMMA MIA! the musical April 25-27 at 7:00pm. Pictured are some of the cast members from the production. Changing the license plate slogan, redesigning the Trillium logo, getting rid of the front license plate, are these really the top issues facing the province of Ontario right now?

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SEAWAY NEWS PET CORNER Scotiabank presented a cheque to the United Way of SD&G on April 2 for $20,000. Pictured are Andrew Donihee- Chair of the Board of Directors United Way/Centraide of SDG, Daniel Brunet-Branch Manager & Mutual Funds Representative Scotiabank Brookdale Centre, and Stephanie Lalonde -United Way Campaign & Communication Coordinator.

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This is Danny Lion. He appeared in our Pet Corner 11 years ago. Needless to say he’s grown a little bit. Danny is now 22lbs of kitty but a beautiful gentle lion. He is cared for by Dave and Line. Bring in or email your favourite pet photo along with a small caption and we’ll publish it so all our readers can enjoy it, too!

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Booze vs. Mineral Water

In an attempt to illustrate the effects of alcohol on humans, a teacher placed four worms in separate test tubes. 1st. in beer 2nd in wine 3rd in whiskey 4th in mineral water The next day, the teacher shows the results to the students: The 1st worm in beer, dead. The 2nd worm in wine, dead. The 3rd in whiskey, dead. The 4th in mineral water, alive and healthy. The teacher asks the class: “What did we learn from this experience?” A student responded, “Anyone who drinks beer, wine or whiskey, does not have worms”


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Upcoming Events There is always something to do in Cornwall and SD&G Canadian Broomball Nationals

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The 2019 National Broomball Championship will be held in Cornwall! The games begin on Wednesday, April 10th. The medal rounds start Friday, April 12th.

April 14 enjoy Dinner with the Spirits at Table 21 (157 Pitt Street) Cornwall.It will be an out-of-thisworld evening at Dinner with the Spirits at Table 21! Psychic and clairvoyant Patty Mac delivers messages from the spiritual world and 3-course meal will be served during the event. The event starts at 6 pm. Tickets are on sale at Truffles Burger Bar (155 Pitt Street) – 65$/ person (meal & reading included).

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Nativité Recitals: Laura Akmene

Enjoy classical organ music in a divine setting with Nativité Recitals. The performance will be held on Sunday, April 14 at 2:30 pm at Nativité Co-Cathedral (220 Montreal Road) featuring the talented Laura Akmene. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $10.

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Seaway Valley Wrestling: High Impact

Seaway Valley Wrestling returns with High Impact on April 20 at the Nav Centre. From Impact! Wrestling, “The Machine” Brian Cage makes his SVW debut against the fan favourite“born & bred for combat”Stu Grayson. Tickets are on sale at Fantasy Realm, 227 Pitt Street, in Downtown Cornwall.

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Team Dupuis, headed by Skip Matt Dupuis won bronze at the Travellers Curling Cup and were invited to sign the City of Cornwall’s Book of Recognition at the last Cornwall Council meeting.

On March 29, students gathered in the Williamstown Rec. Centre for the 25th annual memorial game in honour of Jimmy Hill. Hill was a recent graduate of Char-Lan DHS when he tragically passed away in an ATV accident in 1993.

We are 11 years away from climate change being irreversible. Lowlying countries will be flooded creating a global immigration crisis. Are you happy with how your government is working to prevent this disaster?

LET US DELIVER Only $6.50/ 18.9L jug Char-Lan District High School student Nicholas Oeggerli is pictured with his red ribbon and $500 bursary for St. Lawrence College after winning the individual carpentry event at the Skills Ontario Qualifying Competition. After a pathetic snow and ice removal this winter…isn’t it time the city swept our streets and sidewalks? Rheal Duchesne recently scored a 775 high triple at a recent Knights of Columbus bowling game. Way to go Rheal. I’m close frieds with 25 letters of the alphabet. I don’t know Y. Ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to be a mirror cleaner. It is just a job I can really see myself doing. Congratulations to Mary Regan, South Glengarry’s Citizen of the Year! Congratulations to Cornwall firefighter and former SD&G Highlander Kevin McHardy on receiving a commendation from the Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy and signing the City of Cornwall’s Book of Recognition.

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The 2019 Raisin River Canoe Race will be held on Sunday, April 14th in St. Andrew’s Ontario. All participants are welcome to join us 7 am at St. Andrews Parish Hall for a pre-race breakfast. Pre-register online at www. rrca.on.ca or in person between 9 am – 10:15 am at St. Andrew’s School. Please note, there is a $10/boat discount for students 18 and under if registered online. Dinner will be hosted from 1 pm – 6 pm by the Ladies of St. Mary’s Parish.

The Char-Lan junior B Rebels held their annual awards banquet recently. Brennan Markell was recognized as this past seasons’ Most Valuable Player. Congratulations Brennan and to all of the other winners.

A couple of measles cases have cropped up Congratulations to Michaela Moffat who in Ottawa. Just want to remind everyone to vacwon the STARskater of the Year award at the cinate your children. We do not need epidemics Char-Lan Skating Club’s recent end of the year like measle, tetanus and polio coming back. showcase.

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