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$15,488 +HST

$123 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9171

2010 Nissan Altima 2.5 S

Cloth Interior, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Cruise Control, Sunroof And Much More. 50,468 KM

$23,388 +HST

$185 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9264

2013 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Cloth Interior, 3.6 Litre, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, Power Lifgate, Power Sliding Doors, Rear View Camera, Power Driver Seat, Rear Park Assist And More. 48,925 KM

$15,998 +HST

$127 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

2012 Ford Fusion

Cloth Interior, 2.5L I-4 cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Tachometer And More. 35,314 KM

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$7,688 +HST

P8751A

2005 Dodge Dakota Ext Cab This Is The Extended Cab Model And Comes Equipped With Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Cloth Interior, Tilt Steering, Certified, E-Tested 153,075 KM

P9214

$15,688 +HST

$182 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9280

2010 Chevrolet Traverse 1LS

Cloth Interior, 3.6 Litre, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Steering, Alloy Wheels, Split Folding Rear Seat, Remote Start, Tow Package, OnStar, XM Radio And More. 108,606 KM

$9,688 +HST

$101 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8875A

2013 Chevrolet Cruze LT

$124 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9174

2013 Chevrolet Cruze LT Cloth Interior, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Cruise Control, Onstar, XM Radio And More. 46,551 KM

$20,888 +HST

$187 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

$185 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9264

P9129

2008 Pontiac Montana SV6

2011 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 4x4

Equipped With DVD Player, Alloy Wheels, 7 Passenger Seating, Quad Seating, Power Windows, Power Seats, Keyless Entry, And Much Much More. 138,875 KM

Cloth Interior, 5.3L 8 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, CD Player, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Universal Home Remote, Locking Differential, Extended Cab, Onstar And Much More. 69,122 KM

$6,888+HST

$119 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9119B

2013 Hyundai Accent GL

Cloth Interior, 2.2 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control And Much More. 169,282 KM

$68,999 +HST

$545 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9109

2014 Mercedes ML 350 Blue Tech Diesel Black On Black Leather, Panoramic Sunroof, Diesel, Loaded And Much More. 10,682 KM.

$12,999 +HST

$199 BI-WEEKLY/48 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8463A

2010 Chevrolet Colorado LT 2WD Cloth Interior, 2.9 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Steering , Alloy Wheels And Much More. 139,800 KM.

$18,999 +HST

$197 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

$13,999 +HST

$112 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8779A

2012 Fiat 500 Sport

Leather Interior, Power Sunroof, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Power Windows, Power Locks, Titl Steering And Much More. 29,415 KM.

$124 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9253A

$15,588 +HST

$124 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9192

P9137A

2008 Ford F-350 XLT 4X4

Cloth Interior, 6.8L, V10 Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Windows, Cruise Control, Running Boards, Heated Seats, Heated O/S Mirrors, Block Heater, Short Box And More. 136,174 KM

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$8,888+HST

$119 BI-WEEKLY/48 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8786A

2006 Mazda 6 GT

This Is The GT Model And Comes Equipped With Leather Interior, Power Sunroof, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels And Much More. 126,862 KM

NE PRICW E

$11,888 +HST

P9276

+HST

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NE PRICW E

$23,388 +HST

$102 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS $10,688 TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

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$15,688 +HST

P9172

Cloth Interior, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Cruise Control, Onstar, XM Radio And Much More. 45,371 KM

NE PRICW E

$17,488 +HST

$124 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

NE PRICW E

$28,488 +HST

$255 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9236

2013 Chrysler Town & Country Touring

2006 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT

2008 Dodge Charger SXT

2013 Hyundai Elantra GT GL

2011 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

Cloth Interior, 3.6 L, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, Power Lifgate, Power Sliding Doors, Rear View Camera, Power Driver Seat, And Much More. 48,925 KM

Automatic Transmission, Leather Seating, CD Player, All Wheel Drive, Powered Sunroof Are Just A Few Of The Many Options This Vehicle Comes Equipped With. 97,700 KM

Cloth Interior, 3.5 Litre, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Alloy Wheels, Summer Tire. 150,477 KM.

Cloth Interior, 1.8L, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering ,Heated Seats. 54,277 KM Previous Daily Rental

Leather Interior, 3.5 Litre, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels, Navigation System And Much More. 67,032 KM

NE PRICW E

$9,999

$80 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8809

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$13,996 +HST

$111 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9230A

$15,998 +HST

$127 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring

2010 Dodge Journey SE

2013 Mazda 3

Equipped With 5-Speed Manual Transmission, Cloth Interior, Tilt Steering, Power Windows, Power Locks, Touring Model And Much Much More. 20,876 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.4 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Luggage Rack, Rear View Camera, Rear Park Assist, Summer Tires, 3rd Row Seating And Much More. 100,320 KM

Automatic Transmission, Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Steering Wheels Controls, Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Locks, Keyless Entry And Much More. 34,501 KM, Previous Daily Rental

$13,999 +HST

$111 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9272

2013 Kia Rio LX+

Cloth Interior, 1.6L, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Spoiler, Bluetooth, SIRIUS Radio And Much More. 46,488 KM

$163 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS $20,588 TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES +HST

P9224

2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo With Two Tone Leather, Power Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, And Much Much More. 35,616 KM Previous Daily Rental

All prices are plus HST and license fee’s only. All bi-weekly payments include all taxes and license fees. All payments are based at 6.99% O.A.C.. All Payments on 2012-2014 models are over 84 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2008-2011 models are over 72 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2008-2009 models are over 60 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2005-2007 models are over 48 months O.A.C.. All interest is calculated into bi weekly payments example 2008 model sale price of $10000 plus HST with a bi weekly payment of $104.17 includes all taxes and interest O.A.C.. This payments cost of borrowing over the 60 months at 6.99% is $2225.15 if you carry the whole term. All loans are open and can be paid anytime with no interest penalty. All terms, rates, and approvals are O.A.C. and may vary depending on the amount financed and the year of the vehicles you are purchasing. Vehicle information may not be accurate at the time of printing. Please contact one of our sales associate for further details.

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$16,096

+HST

$128 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9235

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$8,999

+HST

$94 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8689

2013 Mitsubishi Lancer SE

2008 Chevrolet Uplander LS

2.0l 4cyl Engine, CD Player, Air Conditioning, Tinted Windows, Bluetooth, Heated Front Seats, Dual Front Side Impact Airbags, Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry And Much More. 32,784 KM.

This Is The Extended Version With Automatic Transmission, AC, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, 7 Passenger Seating, Cloth Interior And Much More. 118,555 KM

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$15,998 +HST

$21,488

$127 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

+HST

$170 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9194

$9,999

+HST

$126 BI-WEEKLY/48 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

2013 Mazda 3

2014 Jeep Compass Sport/North

2007 Mazda CX-7 GS

Automatic Transmission, Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Steering Wheels Controls, Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Locks, Keyless Entry And Much More. 34,501 KM, Previous Daily Rental

Cloth Interior, 2.4 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Fog Lights And Much More. 32,629 KM Previous Daily Rental

This Mazda Is A GS Model And Comes Equipped With Automatic Transmission, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Cloth Interior And Much More. 78,955 Km

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$11,999

+HST

$95 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9150

P8528C

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$25,488

+HST

$201 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9254

$11,388

+HST

$118 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9232A

$16,888

+HST

$134 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9278

$15,688

+HST

$163 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9218

2012 Hyundai Accent GL

2013 Chrysler Town & Country

2008 Saturn Vue XR

2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS

2008 Ford Ranger Ext. Cab 4x4 FX4

4 Door Sedan, Cloth Interior, 1.6L 4Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, 66,151 KM. Previous Daily Rental

Leather Interior, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels, Heated Seat And Much More. 51,582 KM

V6, Alloy Wheels, Power Group, Keyless Entry, Running Boards Cloth Interior And Much Much More. 159,865 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.4 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Alloy Wheels, Heated Seats, Sunroof And More. 43,324 KM.

Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Power Seats, Cruise And Much More. 133,401 KM.

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$21,688

+HST

$225 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8250

2010 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab 4x4 SR5

Cloth Interior, 5 Speed Manual, Power Windows, Power Locks, 4x4, Tilt Steering, Cloth Interior And Much More. 107,993 KM.

$18,488

+HST

$192 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8953

$9,999

+HST

$104 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9149

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$6,995

P9234

+HST

$17,448

+HST

$182 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9176A

2008 Ford F-150 FX4

2009 Toyota Yaris RS

2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

2008 Cadillac DTS Northstar

This Model Comes Equipped With Leather Interior, Power Windows, Power Locks, Heated Seats, 4x4, Alloy Wheels, Supercrew, And Much Much More. 103,991 KM

Cloth Interior, 1.5L 4Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Sunroof, 93,733 KM.

Cloth Interior, Power Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, Certified, E-Tested And Much More. 168,132 KM.

Leather Interior, 4.6 Litre, 8 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, OnStar, XM Radio, Heated Steering Wheel, Heated Rear Seat, ABS And More. 108,892 KM

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$12,999 +HST

$103 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9274

$15,999 +HST

$127 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8922A

$205 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS $25,888 TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES +HST

P9244

$15,999

+HST

$166 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9119A

$102 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS $10,688 TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

+HST

P9276

2012 Ford Fiesta SE

2012 Ford Fiesta Titanium 5-Dr

2013 Chrysler 300 Touring

2010 Nissan Rogue SL

2010 Chevrolet Colorado LT 2WD

Cloth Interior, 1.6 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering And Much More. 76,928 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.5 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Luggage Rack, Summer Tires, Rear Park Assist, ABS, Both Tires with Rims And Much More. 106,982 KM.

3.6L 6 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, Cruise Control, CD Player, Sunroof, Satellite Radio, DVD Player, Keyless Entry, Heated Seats . 19,815 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.5 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Heated Seats, Summer Tires, Remote Start And More. 64,492 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.9 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Steering , Alloy Wheels And Much More. 139,800 KM.

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$16,888

+HST

$134 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9278

$17,688

+HST

$158 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9203

$17,887 +HST

$142 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9242

$13,998

+HST

$227 BI-WEEKLY/36 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9180A

$17,288

+HST

$155 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9258

2013 Hyundai Sonata GLS

2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 WT

2013 Volkswagen Passat Trendline

2006 Hummer H3 SUV Luxury

2010 Mazda B4000 Extra Cab 4x4

Cloth Interior, 2.4 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Alloy Wheels, Heated Seats, Sunroof And Much More. 43,324 KM

Cloth Interior, 4.8 Litre, 8 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Steering , Chrome Wheels, Steering Wheel Controls And Much More. 72,697 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.5L, 5 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Cruise Control, Bluetooth, CD Player, Heated Front Bucket Seats, Keyless Entry, Climate Control And Much More. 51,223 KM

Leather Interior, 3.5 Litre, 5 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Driver Seat, Heated Seats, Tow Package, Running Boards And Much More. 167,386 KM.

Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering And Much More. Only 46,132 KM.

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$13,788

+HST

$144 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9282

$11,999

+HST

$108 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9095A

NE PRICW E

$16,989 +HST

$135 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9281

$15,588

+HST

$124 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9197

$23,788

+HST

$188 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9252

2009 Pontiac Vibe AWD

2011 Chevrolet Malibu LT

2012 Dodge Journey

2013 Hyundai Elantra GL

2013 Dodge Caravan Crew

Cloth Interior, 2.4 Litre Engine, 4-Speed Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Chrome Wheels, Remote Keyless Entry, Cruise Control And Much More. 92,220 KM

Cloth Interior. 2.4, 48 Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , ABS, Winter Tires-All Season And More. 130,296 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.4 Litre Engine, 4-Speed Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, CD Player, 5 Passenger Seating And Much More. 53,600 KM

Cloth Interior, 1.8 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Heated Seats And Much More. 48,885 KM Previous Daily Rental

Alloy Wheel, Rear Camera, Park Assist, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering And Much More. Previous Daily Rental

All prices are plus HST and license fee’s only. All bi-weekly payments include all taxes and license fees. All payments are based at 6.99% O.A.C.. All Payments on 2012-2014 models are over 84 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2008-2011 models are over 72 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2008-2009 models are over 60 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2005-2007 models are over 48 months O.A.C.. All interest is calculated into bi weekly payments example 2008 model sale price of $10000 plus HST with a bi weekly payment of $104.17 includes all taxes and interest O.A.C.. This payments cost of borrowing over the 60 months at 6.99% is $2225.15 if you carry the whole term. All loans are open and can be paid anytime with no interest penalty. All terms, rates, and approvals are O.A.C. and may vary depending on the amount financed and the year of the vehicles you are purchasing. Vehicle information may not be accurate at the time of printing. Please contact one of our sales associate for further details.

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Hillier back in the saddle as MPP By Desmond Devoy

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Gazette News –  Randy Hillier will be returning to Queen’s Park for the third time as MPP of Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington, though he admitted that his party’s 100,000 job cuts pledge hurt his re-election fight. “I am getting used to being in opposition,” said Hillier, during his election-night victory party speech at Fiddlehead’s Pub in Perth. “I thought I would be on the government side. (But) the people are always right in a democracy.” Raising his glass of beer, he added, “We toast to democracy tonight.” Afterwards, Hillier blamed outgoing party leader Tim Hudak’s 100,000 job cuts pledge for giving him an “uphill battle,” and “causing reluctance,” for some of his previous voters to back him again. He admitted that his majority in the riding was “not as large a majority as last time.” He said that the policy had not been “communicated effectively… (and) it hit close to home.” Speaking just before Hudak announced his resignation, Hillier, who ran against Hudak for the Progressive Conservative leadership in 2009, said, “I only talk about one election per day,” but added, “I don’t see any leadership runs on the horizon.” Premier Kathleen Wynne was elected as the province’s leader in her own right with a small majority government, bucking the predicted result of a minority government, with the winning party too close to call. Hillier said he was “disappointed (with) the results around the province.” Speaking to supporters, he said, “We held on and we did a marvelous job here…I will represent this riding for another four years. We are going to punch ahead and stand tall. We will hold the Liberals to account.” He thanked his wife Jane for being “the real muscle and brains behind the operation.”

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Hillier received 43.6 per cent of the vote (21,966) to Liberal Bill MacDonald’s 29.7 per cent (14,957) and New Democrat Dave Parkhill’s 20.3 per cent of the vote (10,207). Green candidate Cam Mather received 6.5 per cent. (Top) Hillier with grandson Harlan after being declared the winner. (Left) MP Scott Reid congratulates his provincial seat mate, MPP Randy Hillier, who was re-elected to represent the riding of Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington Thursday evening. Hillier watched the results come in at Fiddlehead’s Pub in Perth. Photo/Desmond Devoy

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MacDonald closes gap but Hillier comes out on top in LFL&A By Craig Bakay Reporter

Gazette News — Although they watched the election results across the street from each other in Perth last Thursday night, the atmospheres surrounding PC Randy Hillier and Liberal Bill MacDonald were worlds apart. Hillier, the incumbent, won by a margin of just over 7,000 votes (21,966 to 14,957) and held his returns party at Fiddleheads. MacDonald, who managed to close the gap in this second contest between the two (he lost their first match by almost 10,000 votes (22,457 to 12,490) was at the Best Western. For MacDonald, the venue was a classy wine & cheese, with tomato-prosciutto canapés served by a stylish waitress in a black cocktail dress. For Hillier, it was nachos, pizza and beer, more or less serve yourself. Understandably, the moods of the rooms were polar opposites with MacDonald’s reflecting a subdued aura while Hillier’s was a raucous celebration. “This is a bittersweet night,”

MacDonald said. “It’s a Liberal majority government that I desperately wanted to be a part of. “But the best part of it is, the GD pundits were wrong, we do have a Liberal majority.” Across the province, the Liberals took 59 seats (54 needed for majority), the PCs won 27 and the New Democrats 21. At dissolution, the Liberals held 48 seats, the PCs 37 and New Democrats 21 with one seat vacant. In LFL&A, New Democrat Dave Parkhill garnered more than 2,000 more votes (10,207) to finish third. Green Party candidate Cam Mather finished fourth with 3,266 votes, up from the 1,754 Nancy Matte received last time. “I don’t know what we could have done differently,” MacDonald said. “We campaigned every day throughout the election and I’m going to need a few days off to rest. “Not everybody scored but the team wins. “I will sleep soundly tonight.” MacDonald thanked his campaign workers, whose numbers surprised him a bit, calling them “the people who put faith in me

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Kathleen Wynne. “I believe the people of Ontario were listening to a more positive message from Wynne,” he said. “She was operating under a minority but now can move forward.” As to PC leader Tim Hudak announcing he’d step down as leader, MacDonald said: “I don’t care who leads (the Conservative party).” For his part, Hillier was philosophical about the results, while

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Gazette News — Spurred by the new Ontario Building Code, Central Frontenac’s Chief Building Official Jeremy Neven presented Council with a new draft Building Bylaw at its regular meeting last week in Sharbot Lake. “Our last Building Bylaw was in 2008, which followed the last building code update in 2006,� Neven said. “We now have a 2012 Building Code and so needed an updated bylaw.� Neven said this bylaw is “fairly in-depth compared to the last one.� He said there are several aspects of the new building code that needed to be addressed in a bylaw. “Building departments now have increased inspections to do, requiring more education,� he said. “And, we can receive documents electronically now. “And there are now previsions for closing building permits, for situations like when somebody starts a project and moves away before it’s finished. “Being able to close those permits shows due diligence on our part.� One aspect of the new bylaw Neven seemed particularly pleased with is the ability to issue partial permits. “Believe it or not, this is a situation we come across fairly often in Central Frontenac,� he said. “For example, there are a number of modular homes being built and this allows us to issue permits as each module arrives. “Another example is in the case of fire damage where we can now

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Gazette News — “All writing, and I suspect all art, starts with something very small and fragmentary — it’s never a full-blown novel,� author Patricia Robertson told a writers workshop at the North Frontenac Telephone Company’s meeting room last week in Sharbot Lake. Robertson, a creative writing instructor at Yukon College in Whitehorse, is just finishing up her stint as the Kingston-Frontenac Public Library’s writer-in-residence, is also the author of The Goldfish Dancer and Graves of Heroes (available at Novel Idea in Kingston). Her workshop, “The Seed of the Story,� focused on where ideas come from. “(Writing) is a matter of teasing out, like following a trail of breadcrumbs through the forest,�

she said. “What we need to do is trust the fragment that begins the process.� She then drew on the philosophy of 1 per cent inspiration and 99 per cent perspiration as to what to do with the seed once you’ve found it. “If I only wrote when I was inspired, I wouldn’t get much writing done,� she said. “Often, writing is like sitting in a dark cave lighting matches that keep going out.� She acknowledged that some writers like to start with the ending, but that’s not her recommendation. “I never do,� she said. “It’s a journey of discovery for me (and) the seed image suggests it’s a subjective process.� And once the seed has been sown, the process begins. “On the first draft, you have to close down the voices in your head,� she said. “This is not the part where you want to listen to the voice of your third-grade teacher

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Gazette News - Katie McDonald has been an active member of the Kingston theatre scene since the age of five, and she has many fond memories of participating in the youth theatre programs that were offered. But the UTM Sheridan student in theatre and drama studies was disheartened to see so many of these programs die off over the years. “We had programs like SlackWood and Just for the Love of It,”

she recalls. “None of those programs exist anymore. It makes me mad because these kids don’t have the same opportunities we had.” That’s why McDonald has teamed up with her partner in business and in life, Jackson Watt-Bowers, to make theatre come alive again for local children through a new summer camp called The Youth Playhouse. The two met when they both attended the Theatre Complete focus program at QECVI, and quickly found that they share a love of theatre.

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He notes that he wishes he had discovered his calling at an earlier age. “I found out at the last moment that this is something you can really pursue and really do with your life. I feel like if a child knows that at an earlier age they’ll be more prepared.” The two are excited to get the program started, and hope to add a stronger youth voice to the local theatre community in Kingston. “It’s called The Youth Playhouse and the ages are 7 - 12, but we’re also only 19 and our friends are going into theatre now too,” McDonald says. “We’re hoping to [connect young people who are interested in theatre] so that our voices can be heard within the community.” For the moment, however, they are focusing on having a strong first year for the camp, as they hope it will continue for many years to come. “We’re hoping for as many people as we can get but we came into this knowing that the first year we do it won’t be as successful as years to come,” Watt-Bowers says. “We’re just trying to get the word out there and get people to know the name. Then when next summer rolls around people will say, ‘oh that camp, I heard good things about it. We can do that this year.’” For more information on The Youth Playhouse and how to register your child, visit www.theyouthplayhouse.wix.com. You can also find them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @YouthPlayhouse.

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Gazette Column — There was an interesting piece in the National Post the other day suggesting that ‘forensic’ science isn’t real science and the evidentiary rules governing North American court rooms have sent many innocent people to prison and/or death sentences. The story made the case that many forensic ‘labs’ are staffed by under-trained people, often suffer from cognitive bias and worse yet, subject juries to the “CSI Effect� in which laypeople often just accept the findings of ‘experts’ if presented with ‘facts’ in the context of science. For those not familiar with the CSI Effect, the suggestion is that given the flood of forensics-driven crime drama on TV (the CSI series, Bones, or a personal fav NCIS), the public has come to believe that every crime has a high-tech solution. This is nonsense of course but then nonsense makes the world go

’round now doesn’t it? I’ve been addicted to NCIS ever since it spun off from JAG but rarely because of the pseudoscience that passes for actual detective work. As much as I enjoy the quirky characters like Abby the goth-girl science-whiz and Ducky the anecdote-obsessed pathologist, they do tend to come up with a few things that are, quite simply, absolute hogwash. For example, there have been instances where voices have been miraculously ‘isolated’ from bits of digital audio recordings through the use of filters and such. As some who’s been obsessed with this sort of thing ever since GarageBand came out, I can tell you — it don’t work like that. There are marvelous applications out there like Logic Pro and Audacity that can take out the odd “braaap� or hiccup, but zooming in on a single human voice to the exclusion of all background noise and chatter is a fool’s errand at best. And the longer the sentence you’re trying to isolate, the more your success rate goes down and it goes down exponentially. Trust me, there are websites devoted to audio recording/editing that have hundreds

of crazy people on them who waste ridiculous amounts of time trying to do this very thing (often in pursuit of removing vocals to produce karaoke tracks) and despite what some of the pop-up ads promise, the results are always less than spectacular. What is it about modern society that seems to think that science can do anything? And contrary to popular belief, there is absolutely no evidence to support the concept that “scientists agree� on anything. First of all, scientists generally tend to disagree on principle. Also, they tend to be a fairly egotistical lot so that if one scientist comes up with something, most are going to disagree initially at least simply because they didn’t think of it. While science has given us marvelous things — radio, computers, Teflon — it has also given us PCBs, thalidomide and nuclear fallout. Just because something is scientific doesn’t mean it’s absolutely correct, or desirable. Perhaps science itself isn’t so much to blame as popular media. Sadly, we tend to think something isn’t important unless there’s been a Hollywood movie or TV show made about it.

Gazette Editorial –Time flies when the weather is good and it’s hard to believe it is already the middle of June. This time of year is filled with warmer temperatures, lots of activities and longer days. The summer solstice marks the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and this year that occurs on June 21 at 6:51 a.m. On this day, the sun seems to last forever; in fact, the word “solstice� is from the Latin word solstitium, which literally translates to “sun stands still.� The downside to all of this is that every day that follows the solstice is shorter and we slowly lose daylight until the winter solstice occurs, but let’s not think about that. Let’s focus on how summer solstice is celebrated around the world. In northern European countries such as Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway, the summer solstice (or midsummer, as it’s often called) is referred to as the day that never ends. It’s celebrated with bonfires, outdoor festivals, singing, dancing and food. For thousands of years, the summer solstice has been worshipped and celebrated at Stonehenge near Salisbury, England. Today, thousands gather at the sacred site to greet the rising sun on the longest day of the year. Throughout the night, people play music, perform rituals and party until dawn. The summer solstice was especially important for the ancient Egyptians since it signaled the annual flooding of the Nile River. To keep track of the day, the pyramids were built so that the solstice sunset fell exactly between two of them when viewed from the Great Sphinx. While Canadians don’t have any specific traditions to go along with summer solstice, we still celebrate and acknowledge the day. Why not create your own tradition? Maybe designate the summer solstice as a day when you pick flowers or get up to watch the sunrise or take a family hike. Whatever you do, just remember to celebrate those extra few hours of sunlight. You may need the memory of them later to get through the winter!

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My brief foray back into the food service industry move. I was a university student living in Ottawa and the summer was when I was supposed to be out making money. My French was not great, which made it difficult for me to find any job in the National Capital Region. Thankfully, a kind woman who managed Mastermark Pewter at the St. Laurent Mall took a chance on me and I was gainfully employed within weeks. I quite liked working at the pewter store. Customers were usually in a cheerful mood and I became an expert gift wrapper, a skill that still comes in handy today. I held a string of other jobs over my student years – from day camp counselor to City of Kingston parking coupon distributor to military base housing admin assistant. Most were boring but reasonably bearable and I think it’s safe to say that nothing, not even my two awful weeks at Wendy’s, prepared me for what I experienced when I finished my master’s and ventured out into the “real� world of work. Vice President & Regional Publisher Mike Mount I was ecstatic to be returning to

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a couple of hours volunteering at Tim Horton’s for Camp Day and it got me thinking about my various full and part-time jobs of yore. “I’m counting on you to make us look good,� I said to Mandy before we headed over. Mandy spent almost a decade as a Starbucks barista, whereas I lasted about two weeks at Wendy’s before quitting because it was too hard. I’d get flustered taking orders, angering customers. My lower back constantly ached from all the standing. Plus, for a non-meat eater, returning home every day smelling like greasy beef was nothing short of revolting. At the time, quitting was a bold

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Engaging the community in art By Hiba Kesebi Reporter

Gazette News - With more than 150 artists and artisans travelling to Kingston from across Ontario and Quebec for Artfest Kingston, this year’s four day festival is sure to bring out everyone’s inner artist, said Lory Macdonald, show producer. According to Macdonald the event will feature many opportunities for people to roll up their sleeves and make art – from helping paint an 80

foot mural to making costumes for a unique Canada Day performance. “To me when you are in a festival and you are walking around, you think that is great. But if you actually participate and do things and have experiences - that’s what creates a really unique memory and that lasts a lifetime,” explained Macdonald, who also noted there will be an Artfest Kids activity tent, which features activities specially designed to engage kids. In addition to making art, partici-

pants of all ages can enjoy listening to live music. “One of the most exciting Artfest Kingston programming features for this year is the music,” said Macdonald. “Last year was our first music stage, and our guests all said “more please!” With the support of Celebrate Ontario, which provides provincial grants for new and existing festivals, Artfest Kingston will feature performers on two stages and an additional spot situated amongst the arts

and crafts section. “There’s something for everyone. It’s really a festival that caters to everyone’s interests,” said Macdonald. For Barb Simard, a fabric artist and Kingston resident, the festival is a time to showcase her work and connect with the community. “It’s a great opportunity for myself and other artists to interact with the public and talk about our art and engage in conversation,” explained Simard, who is also a festival volunteer. As a fabric artist, Simard creates wall art and sculptures from fabric. Simard said doing fabric wall art is a lot like doing a puzzle – only the art scene is from pieces of fabric.

“It’s very low tech. All you need are scissors, tweezers, toothpicks and glue,” she noted. Simard has also taken a new interest in fabric sculpture and she is looking forward to showcasing some of her sculptures during the festival. “Artfest Kingston is a great avenue for artists to display their art and for people to learn more about the work that goes into making a piece,” she explained. Artfest Kingston will take place at City Park on the Canada Day weekend, June 28 – July 1, from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Admission to the festival is free. For more information about the event visit: www.artfestkingston.com.

TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH FRONTENAC NEW SUMMER OFFICE HOURS! Our municipal offices are now open from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm (Monday to Friday). Summer hours will remain in effect until Friday, August 29th.

FINAL TAX NOTICES

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Final Tax Notices were mailed the week of June 2, 2014. The Final Tax Notice has two installment dates: 1st installment due June 30, 2014 and 2nd installment due September 30, 2014. PLEASE NOTE: Both installment stubs are part of the Final Tax Notice. No other tax notice will be sent for the September 30, 2014 installment. If you do not receive your Final Tax Notice or you have any questions please contact the Tax Department at taxes@southfrontenac.net or 613-376-3027 X2200. Frequently asked questions can be accessed on our website under ‘Living Here/Property Taxes’ including payment methods and request for change of address.

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County sustainability committee looking to hold community speaker series Reporter

Gazette News â&#x20AC;&#x201D; While the term â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;sustainabilityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; may have come under fire at Frontenac County of late, the Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC) remains its longest standing committee and its members have begun a feedback gathering tour of township councils. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want to get feedback on the work of the Sustainability Committee,â&#x20AC;? said Dep. Warden Denis Doyle, who along with committee member Barrie Gilbert was at Central Frontenacâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular meeting last week in Sharbot Lake. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want to make the committee more relevant to communities.â&#x20AC;? One of the ideas Doyle and Gilbert were advocating is a series of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;community speaker seriesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; coordinated by SAC in collaboration with the township wherein experts in a particular subject matter give talks and answer questions. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hosting an event in each township means subject matter will vary by event and be relevant to local residents,â&#x20AC;? Doyle said. As examples of potential topics, he suggested car-share programs, encouraging volunteerism, local recreational opportunities and community revitalization. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There could also be other themed topics such as A Homeownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Helper which could include subjects like healthy homes, solar hot water heaters, energy retrofits and septic system alternatives,â&#x20AC;? he said. Other suggested topics include living naturally, living locally (seed banks and heritage foods, eating locally in winter, local medicinal plants), climate consciousness (greening for local businesses,

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Gazette Lifestyle â&#x20AC;&#x201C; He spent much of his early life in a forest before travelling hundreds of thousands of miles. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only got a few good friends, but has millions of fans who span several generations. The little fellow has significant connections to Canada and the United States, where he now lives in New York City with his lifelong close friends. Some consider that home, a climate-controlled case, a shrine. Winnie-the-Pooh (Disney dropped the hyphens), a Brit, born early in the

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fore I am.â&#x20AC;? At the toughest moments of life or just generally sad times, I turn to Pooh for comfort. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll dissolve the hurt within pages of innocent wonder. Recently, I embarked on a pilgrimage of sorts to meet the real Pooh. When the moment came and I stood in the presence of the inspirationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;a ragged stuffed bearâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; for all those stories, I felt tears in my eyes, and my hands shook. I said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thank you.â&#x20AC;? During those darkest times when hope is hidden, Poohâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s endless innocence is there, a flicker of playful light in the darkness. With his existential innocence, he is present.

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When I finally stood next to the real Pooh, I felt like Buddy in the movie Elf, when he learns that Santa is coming to the department store where heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s working: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pooh, here? I KNOW him. I KNOW HIM.â&#x20AC;? A. A. Milne, Winnie-the-Poohâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s creator, entered the world on January 18, 1882. Milne became a journalist, novelist and playwright. In 1902, during a hunting expedition, Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, spared the life of a young bear. It didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take long for toy stuffed bears to become Teddy bears, named in honor of Roosevelt. In 1914, a trapper found an orphaned bear near White River, Ontario, where Canadian Pacific trains made lengthy stopovers. There, they took on coal and water, and horses were watered and allowed to stretch and exercise. During one of those stops, Lieutenant Harry Coleburn, on his way to England, bought the orphaned bear. In those days, it was not uncommon to own a wild animal like a bear. Coleburn, a British citizen, had lived in Toronto and Winnipeg during his teens. He named the bear Winnipeg and took her to England with him. When Coleburn and his unit were deployed to France, he left Winnipeg at the London Zoo for caretaking. After the war, the bear was officially donated to the zoo. She had become a popular attraction and Londoners nicknamed

her Winnie. Young visitors were even given rides on the tame bear. On August 12, 1920, Daphne Milne gave birth to Christopher Robin. One year later, Winnie-the-Pooh, or at least the toy bear who would be given that name, arrived, a gift to Christopher Robin for his first birthday. That Teddy bear was first called Edward the Bear. The young Christopher Robin later renamed him Winnie-the-Pooh. Christopher Finch, who has written many books on popular culture, including a history of Winnie-the-Pooh, notes that Christopher Robin loved visiting the zoo in London and was even allowed to visit the tame bear in its cage. Christopher Robin named his own Teddy bear after the zoo bear, Winnie. As for the Pooh part, there are two stories. One maintains that it came from a Swan called Pooh. The other story comes from A. A. Milne. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But his arms were so stiff...they stayed up straight in the air for more than a week, and whenever a fly came and settled on his nose he had to blow it off. And I thinkâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;but I am not sureâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;that that is why he is always called Pooh.â&#x20AC;? Finch also says that Christopher Robinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Teddy bear was not the only source of inspiration for Shepardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drawings. Shepardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s son, Graham, had a Teddy bear of his own, of German Steiff company origin, that helped inspire the drawings. Continued on page 16

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Other characters in the Pooh stories were also based on stuffed animals owned by Christopher Robin. Eeyore took on his rather gloomy moods from his appearance. Over time, the toy’s neck became less stiff and Eeyore took on a morose appearance with his droopy head. Piglet was a pincushion that became part of Christopher Robin’s play world. Rabbit, Owl, Kanga, Roo and Tigger were purchased by Alan and Daphne

Milne for their son at Harrods toy department in London. Winnie-the-Pooh made his debut by name on Christmas Eve 1925, in a story published in the London Evening News. That story later became the first chapter of the Winnie-thePooh book. A popular game—Pooh Sticks— like most other aspects of the stories, had its origins in Christopher Robin’s life. Christopher Robin Milne played Pooh Sticks on a footbridge over a tributary near their country

home. The game involves dropping twigs on one side of a bridge and seeing which one comes out first on the other side. Winnie-the-Pooh’s popularity is easy to understand. Devoid of pretense and, some dare say, being of little brain, the wee bear is accepting of everyone and kind toward all. He has clever ideas that at times dwarf the brilliant thoughts of great philosophers. In essence, he is an unacknowledged muse and a poet. His one fault, and who can blame him, is honey.

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The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands (TLTI) is seeking proposals for engineering services in connection with the planned replacement of the Latimer Bridge. The main objective of the study is to review and recommend a preferred option for the replacement of the existing bridge, ensure engineering meets requirements, environmental and other approval processes are adhered to, issue and evaluated tender documents and proposals and provide all aspects of project oversight during the construction and installation of the structure. These tasks include the consultation with TLTI staff, staff of external agencies and residents impacted by the project. Interested respondents must submit their proposals in sealed envelopes marked “Township of Leeds and Thousand Islands Design and Management of Latimer Bridge Project” to Sarah Huskinson, Treasurer, no later than July 7th, 2014 at 1:00pm. The detailed RFP is available on the Township website www.townshipleeds.on.ca or by contacting Sarah Huskinson, Treasurer at sarah@townshipleeds.on.ca HELP WANTED CL457407

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Job Title: Advertising Sales Rep. Department: Sales Division: Metroland East, Kingston Heritage THE COMPANY: A subsidiary of Torstar Corporation, Metroland is one of Canada’s premier media companies. Metroland delivers up-to-the-minute vital business and community information to millions of people across Ontario. We have grown significantly in recent years in terms of audience and advertisers and we’re continuing to invest heavily in developing best-in-class talent, products and technology to accelerate our growth in the media landscape and strengthen our connection to the community. For further information, please visit www.metroland.com THE OPPORTUNITY Metroland East is looking for a Multi media savvy representative for our Kingston Ontario Sales Team! This is an excellent opportunity for a dedicated Multi Media Advertising Sales Representative to join our organization. Our Advertising Sales Representatives will introduce and sell our Multi Media marketing solutions across a number of platforms including Newspaper, Print, Flyer distribution and our many digital platforms to local small and medium sized businesses in the region, while achieving aggressive revenue targets. Experience selling across multiple media platforms is strongly recommended but not essential. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES • Responsible for ongoing sales with both new and existing clients • Provide our valued customers with creative and effective multi media advertising solutions and play a key role in the overall success of our organization • Prospect for new accounts including researching • Create proposals for prospective advertisers through compelling business cases • Assist in ad design, co-ordinate the execution of Multi Media advertising programs • Attain or surpass sales targets • Address client concerns in a timely and professional manner • Ability to present a variety of opportunities to all clients, and to support all special initiatives • As part of this role, you will be required to handle credit card information. Metroland Media is a PCI compliant company and requires people in this role to take PCI training to handle cards in a safe and compliant manner WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR • Previous experience in sales and cold callings a must, experience selling across Multiple media platforms an asset • Superior customer service skills, creativity, and ability to be resourceful, expedient and work to deadlines. • Ability to build and develop effective relationships within our team and with clients • Positive attitude, flexible nature and excellent communication skills • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dead-line oriented environment, with strong attention to detail • A proven history of achieving and surpassing sales targets, and unprecedented drive for results • Degree or diploma in marketing/advertising, or equivalent work experience plus a good understanding of online and social media • Access to reliable vehicle WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU • Opportunity to be part of an exciting company at the cutting edge of the media industry • Work for a well-established and respected company that is connected to your communities • Competitive compensation plan and Group RSP • Be part of a company that is committed to providing a healthy and safe work environment • We provide individualized career plans and extensive ongoing development opportunities • We’ve got your health in mind; you’ll receive a comprehensive benefits package and a generous vacation plan If working for a highly energized, competitive team is your ideal environment, please email your resume to gbeer@metroland.com by June 30th, 2014. INTERNAL CANDIDATES: Please submit your application directly to the HR Regional Manager of the hiring division Thank you for your interest. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Gazette News - Some of local musician Val Hamiltonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fondest childhood memories are of listening to old jazz standards on her parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; record player. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My parents are both long gone now but I remember a lot of these old tunes from their stereo,â&#x20AC;? she says, explaining that the music has stuck with her over the years and had an influence on her own work. Today, Hamilton and her bandmates in the Blue Swing Jazz Band help keep this style of music alive. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We do some newer tunes and we do [Latin tunes in Brazilian Portuguese], but the chestnuts I think are the old vocal tunes,â&#x20AC;? she explains. In 2012, the Blue Swing Jazz Band performed in Porch Jazz, an annual New Orleans-style music parade through Kingstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s downtown. This year they are returning to the festival, joining other acts like The Pram Trio, The Skeleton Bones and Lightbox. The parade kicks off at noon on June 21 at The Mansion and continues down Chatham Street to York Street, ending at Skeleton Park,

where the Skeleton Park Arts Festival will be going strong. At 9 p.m., the parade will continue downtown for free programming at the Sleepless Goat and The Toucan. A street closure will be in place between King and Wellington Streets. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I would like to see as many people get out and participate in that parade as possible,â&#x20AC;? Hamilton says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Where else are you going to go and find a porch jazz parade? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s so much fun. It narrows the gap between performer and audience. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a lot physically closer and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a lot emotionally closer.â&#x20AC;? She notes that the connection to the heart and soul of jazz and to the roots of this style of music is profound in such a setting. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I love it,â&#x20AC;? Hamilton says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a deep connection to music that was written a long time ago. A lot of it was written in the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;20s and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;30s, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also got roots in blues. I think itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very catchy. I think people especially are drawn to vocal jazzâ&#x20AC;Śyou hear an old familiar tune like Blue Skies or Fly Me to the Moon and you remember back to the days of Guy Lombardo, people like that.â&#x20AC;?

    

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Howe Island meeting interesting, informative and hopeful Correspondant

Gazette News – An important resolution related to transportation, specifically the Howe Island ferry service was passed at the Regular Frontenac Islands June Council meeting. But then the most important issue facing Frontenac Islands is always about transportation. Couldn’t help but think that after years of writing about Ferry Services to Howe and Wolfe islands and in spite of many improvements that have come about, ever decreasing ferry capacity due to ever increasing demand is leading to ever increasing wait times with no real solution determined, except on paper. But this resolution pertaining to Howe Island is different in that it authorizes township staff to investigate the process necessary to consider how to refurbish or to replace the Howe Island Township Ferry. And further that all this leads eventually to a proposal for a work plan based on information from the 2013 AECOM Howe Island Trasportation Study report “to accommodate the financial and operational commitments necessary to manage Howe

Island ferry service demands.” Deputy Mayor Jones reminded council that very soon based on figures presented it was clear that long lineups were inevitable sooner than later.”This resolution is really to ask staff to put the process in place, not necessarily to do the work but to find the solution for us.” He noted transportation management within the process is also important in this process in particular in the way commutes are managed, types of vehicle on the ferry etc. . “I am sure the CAO (Darlene Plumley) and her staff will bring a report to council that will engage not only the bureaucracy but the community as well.” HIRA member Brian Humphrys thanked council but suggested that council also look at short and long term improvements to our existing structure and look at what to do without getting into big dollars. HIRA will outline certain initiatives that could be taken in a letter. He also asked for news about the Frontenac Howe Island County ferry bubble system problems Mayor Doyle said that there is information about the bubble system pipes that will be made available at a Howe Island community meet-

ing with council tentatively set for June 26th. **Howe Island is looking to improve their waste diversion program at their recycling transfer station.. and (eventually) eliminate disposal of recyclable material during curb side pickup. AECOM provided a Waste Recycling Strategy report which indicated Howe is poor at recycling. They are looking to improve their system in ways similar to those on Wolfe Island . Township staff will investigate options. * CAO Darlene Plumley has been delegated by Council to submit and confirm the accuracy of costs claimed for submissions related to the Ontario Ice Storm Assistance Program. ($99K) Hopefully all contractors are urged to get their bills in early. Pictures of damage done by storm would be welcomed by the CAO. *In April the Township adopted a by-law authorizing the use of alternative voting - the Telephone/ Internet Voting method in conjunction with the paper ballot, and also entered into an agreement Intelivote Systems Inc. for the Telephone/Internet Voting service for the 2014 Municipal Elections. The Townshp

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Second runner up in the LFL&A provincial election Gazette Events – NDP candidate Dave Parkhill was the second runner up in the LFL&A provincial election. Parkhill garnered a total of 10,207 votes, up by about 2,000 from the 2011 election. “It’s the nature of the riding,” Parkhill said of the rather predictable win by Conservative Randy Hillier. “Bill ran a great campaign, and I think so did I. But the fact is, there is a big blue machine in this riding that has been there for a long time, and it’s going to be hard to knock them down.” All the same, he was relatively happy with how things turned out. “We brought our percentage up a fair bit, and I think I had a really good campaign,” Parkhill said. “I communicated with a lot of people, and with hearts and minds we had some growth. We’re moving forward to the next campaign, and we’ll bring it up even more.” He noted he was surprised to see the Liberals win a majority, as that does not reflect what he was hearing from people on the campaign trail. “I think probably, at the end of the day, I think people voted out of fear. I think they were afraid of a Hudak majority, and I think province-wide that’s what happened. And, locally, I think people voted for the comfort that they have in Randy.” Photo/John Harman

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Queen’s women’s hockey adds four Reporter

Gazette Sports - Last season’s heartbreaking loss to the Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks in the OUA Women’s Hockey Championship should give the Gaels’ returning women all the motivation they need for next season. After all, losing a championship at any level leaves an unfinished taste in any athlete’s mouth. For the Gaels, though, they also want to be back in the OUA final for the third season in a row. “Our goal is to be one of the top four teams in the OUA,” said Head Coach Matt Holmberg. “At that point, as long as we can stay healthy, anything can happen.” The Gaels have to do it though, losing three of their top players. Morgan McHaffie was not only the captain, but also the Gaels’ leading scorer. Add her departure to those of starting goaltender Mel Dodd-Moher and defenseman Marlee Fisher and there are some big shoes to fill. Yet Holmberg isn’t worried. This season’s recruiting class is only four players, but these are four players Holmberg thinks can step in and help the team towards their goal. “When we recruit players in, it’s the expectation that they’re going to be on the bench, jersey on the back, participating,” said Holmberg. “If we want to stay near the top we’ve got to try and recruit in

some of the best players in Ontario and across the country and I think we’ve done that.” Last week, the Gaels announced the signing of Addi Halladay of North Augusta, Stephanie Pascal of Sudbury, Amber Sealey of Elora and all around player Fiona Lester of Peterborough.

all met those qualities.” Halladay has been playing in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League for three seasons, most recently with Nepean. She helped them to a bronze medal this season with 23 goals and 29 assists in 37 games. She knows she can bring another element to the Gaels’ ros-

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we are flawed, fallible beings. That’s a good thing in my books. Some people are offended by the saying “blonde moment”. In fact, there have been times when I’ve confessed, following a slip-up, “Oops, blonde moment,” and worried how that branding would be received by those around me. But there’s no disrespect intended. It’s not about being blonde and being blonde is not associated with a lack of intelligence, either. Sorry, urbandictionary.com, but I believe we can all have blonde moments, regardless of hair colour, age or sex and I don’t worry anymore about calling them as I see them. So stay tuned for more bungles, bloopers and blunders...because, after all, they’re guaranteed.

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Free To Non-Profit Organizations | Please Include: Name, address and phone number. Deadline: Thursday at 11 a.m. Send to: whatshappening@theemc.ca On Saturday, June 21, wear a pretty hat (optional) and join us for our English Tea & Historical Fashion Show at 1 pm. at St. John’s Hall, Bath . Costumes will be modeled by The Historical Costume Club of Kingston. Info 613352-7464, 613-352-3336. Kingston Blood Services - Permanent clinic at 850 Gardiners Rd., Unit B, every Tuesday and Wednesday 3 - 7 p.m. and Thursday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 3 – 7 p.m. Simply Paradise Dance every Sunday 6 - 10 p.m. at the 560 Legion, 734 Montreal St., Kingston. Admission includes munchies, prizes and a delicious meal. Dance the night away to music by Superior Sound. Singles or couples 40-90 welcome. Contact: Shirley Skinner, 613-634-1607. Frontenac Farmer’s Market. Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., until Oct. 25. All local farm products, home baking, and local artisans. New location: Prince Charles Public School, 6875 Highway #38, Verona. Also Fridays 3 – 7 p.m., May 16 to August 29. All local farm products, home baking and local artisans. Located at Harrowsmith Junction (the Trail Crossing) Highway #38, Harrowsmith. www.frontenacfarmersmarket.ca. Vacation bible school at Emmanuel United Church, 63 Factory Street in Odessa (behind the Royal Bank). Join us from August 11-15 from 9 a.m. - noon at a Wilderness Escape VBS where we’ll explore what life was like for the ancient Israelites. There will be crafts, games and meet new friends! To register, please email us at camps@ odessapc.com Friday Night Baha’i Discussions, May 23 through June 27. What are your thoughts? Informal chats are held Fridays at 7 p.m. at 99 York Street. Sharing ideas about the world, the human family, and attendees’ topics of interest. Further info:bahais@kingston.net 613-634-0767. The Sharbot Lake Farmers Market runs 9 to 11a.m. every Saturday, May 17 - Oct. 11 at the Sharbot Lake Beach. Fresh farm produce, hot coffee and cafe breakfast items, homemade baked goods, local crafts, live music, shiatsu massage, full park and playground, and friendly conversation all at our picturesque beach setting. The perfect way to start your Saturday!

www.sharbotlakefarmersmarket.ca. The St. George’s Cathedral Summer Concert Series continues on Thursday June 26 from 12:15 to 12:50p.m. with the Flutissimo flute ensemble, directed by Anne Palmer, performing music by George Gershwin, Tchaikovsky, and Anne Palmer, as well as folk song arrangements. The series will continue every Thursday through Aug. 28. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www. annepalmerflute.com. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude! Mary Cook in Person! - Come hear Ottawa Valley’s favourite storyteller at a classic Strawberry Social, with a set by fiddler Lloyd Wilson and friends. Saturday, June 28, 2 p.m. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Tickets limited, at a small cost, with freewill offering to support Home Base Housing. 613-546-6316. Free walk for boomers again this summer held at Holy Cross High School track on Tues and Thurs a.m’s from 9:30 - 10:30. All are welcome to join us. Boomers golf clinics for women and men 50+ yrs. who would like to improve distance/accuracy of the ball, as well as addressing injuries specific to golf . A fundraiser for women’s shelters. Senior 4 Seniors Personal Prescription Fitness Programs. Considering individual current physical conditions to achieve a higher level of wellness and increased energy for physical mobility and health independence,complimenting your active lifestyle by improving balance, coordination and increasing strength of joints and muscles. Customized, In-home personal training /affordable group rates too. A fundraiser for shelters in Kingston. Call Dee for more info 613-389-6540. Cataraqui Canoe Club - Saturday,June 21: Summer Solstice Evening Paddle. Celebrate the summer solstice with an evening paddle at Gould Lake. Enjoy a leisurely paddle around Gould Lake on the longest evening of the year. For more information call 613 354 1524. www.cataraquicanoe.on.ca Strawberry Social Thursday, June 26, 2 p.m. Hatter’s Cove is serving cake with fresh-picked strawberries & top-

ping. Entertainment provided. Advance tickets only. Call or visit The Seniors Centre; 613.548.7810. Travelogue – Serenity and Culture Wednesday, June 25, 1:30 p.m. Lush forests, rumbling volcanoes, and the endless coastlines of Costa Rica – learn about river boat cruises and nature reserve tours in this tropical paradise. Free seminar brought to you by the Seniors Association, Merit Travel, and The Royale. Registration requested, call 613.548.7810. Location: The Royale. Stay Active with Arthritis Tuesday, June 24, 1 to 4 p.m. Lisa Robinson, Arthritis Society, teaches how to identify and strategies for living well with Osteoarthritis. Free (registration requested, 613.548.7810). Location: Life Yoga, 235 Gore Road. Brought to you by the Seniors Association. St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Barriefield summer camp. Sign your school aged child up for weekly sessions the entire month of August! Minimum donation required. Backyard Summer Camp includes age appropriate games, crafts, activities, and so much more! Led by enthusiastic, experienced, and qualified staff and volunteers. Contact St. Mark’s to register or inquire. Phone 613-546-3386. Email: officestmarksbarriefield@kingston.net. Bath Legion at Millhaven - June 20, Friday lunch special, home cooked Chinese food, 11:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Bridge Centre, Frontenac Mall, offers bridge lessons Mondays 9:30 a.m., Fridays 11:30 a.m. and Saturdays 10:30 a.m. We have duplicate bridge games for all skill levels every day except Sunday. Partnerships arranged. 613507-6565. Osteoarthritis of the Hands - The Arthritis Society is offering a free workshop for individuals with osteoarthritis of the hands. Learn about the latest treatment options and how exercise can help reduce symptoms, and try out some devices to ease stress on your hands. The workshop will be held on Tuesday, June 24 from 1 to 3 p.m. at our office at 308 Wellington Street in Kingston, Suite 100. To register, or for more information, please call 613-5462546, ext. 1601. Please register early, as space is limited.

Home Base Housing is celebrating the grand opening of its new co-location of services Thursday, June 26 3 - 6 p.m. BBQ, music, tours and celebratory speeches by the Mayor, HBH’s Board President and other dignitaries. The Grand Opening Ceremonies will be followed by our Annual General Meeting at 4:45 p.m. (approximately). The Kingston Horticultural Society presents the Open Gardens Tour on Sunday, June 22, 2014 from 1 – 4:30 p.m. There are nine gardens featuring a wonderful variety of gardening styles and plants. Small entry fee can be paid at any of the gardens. Variety of locations throughout the city. Contact Adrian Cooper at 613-540-3384 for further information. The Kingston Horticultural Society’s June 2014 Rose and Flower Show and Photo competition is Saturday, June 21 at the Frontenac Mall from 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. and is open to the public. Info: Adrian Cooper 613-540-3384. The Community Harvest Market is held every Wednesday from 2 – 5p.m. in the parking lot of the Wally Elmer Centre, located at 50 MacCauley Rd., off Weller Ave. (located between Montreal and Division). We offer local, organic produce at great prices, baked goods and crafts. We are open rain or shine. For more information, please contact: info@communityharvestkingston.com or visit us on Facebook at CommunityHarvestKingston. On Saturday, June 21, “Doin’ It for the Kids” has eight musical acts gracing the stage at Overtime Sports Bar to raise money for Cody and Kendra Welch. 8 year old Cody and 9 year old Kendra lost their mother suddenly to cancer in early March. This event has been organized to help raise funds for support and education to help them after this devastating loss. Please support “Doin’ It for the Kids”, Saturday – June 21 at Overtime Sports Bar, 1677 Bath Road (near Gardiner’s Road) for live entertainment beginning at 1:30 pm. Homemade pie sale on Friday, June 20, from 4 – 7 p.m. and Saturday, June 21, from 9 – 11 a.m. at Trinity United Church, Elginburg. A wide variety of pies will be sold. Fresh and/or frozen will be available. First come, first served. Treat yourself or others!

CHHA Kingston (Kingston Hard of Hearing Club) will hold their Annual General meeting Saturday, June 21. Location: Seniors Centre, Francis St. Time: 9 30 a.m. - noon. Assitive listening devices. Refreshments. 39 Club of Kingston Dance Friday, June 20. Music by Heartland Country Royal Canadian Legion 631, Main Hall, 4034 Bath Rd. @ Collins Bay. 8 -11:30 p.m. Dress code smart casual. Singles & couples welcome. Sunday brunch June 22, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Seniors Centre is serving up a delicious Sunday Brunch. Bring your friends – order eggs any way, bacon, yogurt, fruit, specialty breads, and more. 56 Francis St. Strawberry social and bake sale Thursday, June 26 at 6 p.m. St. Luke’s Church, 236 Nelson Street.Come enjoy fresh berries atop cake & ice cream. All kinds of home baking for sale! Vacation bible school at Emmanuel United Church, 63 Factory Street in Odessa (behind the Royal Bank). Join us from August 11-15 from 9 a.m - noon at a Wilderness Escape VBS where we’ll explore what life was like for the ancient Israelites. There will be crafts, games and meet new friends! To register, please email us at camps@odessapc.com attention Meagan. Smorgasbord June 22 - last monthly dinner until September, Golden Links Hall Harrowsmith 4:30 to 6 p.m. For info call Brenda 372-2410, sponsored by the OddFellows & Rebekahs. Singles Only Club of Kingston - Find Monthly meeting Wednesday, June 18 at Smitty’s located at 2376 Princess Street in the Chapters plaza. We meet at 6 p.m. for dinner with the meeting following at 7 p.m. Go through the restaurant to the meeting room at the back. All are welcome. For more information, call our club line at 613 530 4912. Join Donna and friends for an evening of dancing to the oldies on Saturday, June 21 at 8 p.m. at the 560 Legion located at 734 Montreal Street. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call our club line at 613 530 4912. Meet Donna and friends at the Portsmouth Harbour parking lot opposite the Ports on Tuesday, June 21 for an hour walk along the waterfront. After the walk, join us at the Ports or Tim Horton’s for refreshments. Info:c 613 530 4912.

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Uncle Lou’s extravagant gift brings tears of joy Mary Cook

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Gazette Lifestyle - We could hear the horn long before we could see the car. It was a horn like no other heard in all of Renfrew County. We knew it was Uncle Lou! He usually let Mother know when he was coming. But sometimes, he just arrived, like it was an everyday occurrence to drive all the way from New York City just to visit us out on the farm. By the time his big black Buick pulled into the yard, driving down our long lane off the Northcote Side Road, Everett had run to open the gate wide, Audrey had replaced the Eaton’s catalogue for the orange wrapping papers in the outhouse, Mother had changed her apron to one spanking clean, and the rest of us circled the yard jumping up and down like jackrabbits. Even Father had stopped whatever he was doing in the barns, and joined us, ready to greet Uncle Lou and his black Buick with the big shiny brass American Eagle on the rad of the car. Mother, as usual, whenever her brother came from New York, was crying. It took me a long time to

learn the difference between crying because you were sad or crying because you were overcome with joy. Mother was overcome with joy! Uncle Lou pulled the car up close to the back door of the house, and when he got out, he swung Mother around like she was a toy doll, and then he pumped Father’s hand, and then grabbed each of us into a bear hug, one that took my breath away. Uncle Lou never came empty handed. And I tried not to make it look too obvious, but I couldn’t help looking into the back of the car, and there were boxes upon boxes, and in the front seat were brown paper bags. And I knew without a doubt, he had stopped in Renfrew and bought bags of oranges, bananas, grapes, and a bag of lemons for Mother...all things we would never dream of adding to our Saturday morning shopping list. It was like Christmas...right in the middle of summer! I couldn’t take my eyes off the back of the car. But Uncle Lou didn’t seem to be in any great hurry to unload his luggage or the boxes. He did reach in and take out the bags of fruit though, which caused Mother to shed another great pile of tears! Emerson, who loved cars, was walking around and around the Buick like it was made of gold. In fact, we all thought the big Eagle

on the rad was pure gold, until Uncle Lou corrected us and said it was brass. Emerson was rubbing his hand over it and making clucking sounds of approval. “Sure like that bird,” he kept saying. With his arm tight around Mother’s waist, Uncle Lou headed into the house, and ordered the boys to unload the car. First to come out were the many boxes, some with Macy’s Department Store printed on them, others just plain boxes tied with ribbons and string. Then came Uncle Lou’s luggage. Just looking at his suitcases, all made of smooth tan cowhide, confirmed in my young mind once again, that Uncle Lou had to be the richest man in all of New York City. Uncle Lou also had a good memory. Without even opening the boxes, he knew exactly which one was to go to each of us. Of course, for Mother, there were yards of beautiful silk material, and a purse made of genuine leather in bright red! I couldn’t imagine such luxury! My box held a beautiful pair of white ankle stockings, with real lace around the tops, just like bad Marguirite wore to the Northcote School, and books...how I loved owning my very own books. Then, all that was left was a box which Uncle Lou kept apart from all the rest. He held it under his arm,

and I wondered if he had brought something by mistake, because he didn’t look like he was in any hurry to hand it to someone. When we were finished with opening all the wonderful gifts, Uncle Lou finally handed Mother the box from under his arm. “It’s for the whole family,” he said, but Mother was to open it. Mother sat down on a kitchen chair with the box in her lap. We five children circled around her, and I could feel excitement right down to my toes. She seemed to take forever to untie the strings, and then she peered in the box, and was into the tears again. What she took out of the box almost caused the rest of us to cry along with her. There nestled in mounds of white tissue paper was a brass American Eagle exactly like the one on Uncle Lou’s big black Buick! Only this one was on a pedestal. Emerson, of course, wanted to hold it. But Mother had a deathgrasp on it, and she kept rubbing it with the tail of her white apron. Where to put it was the next question. Emerson, never short on ideas thought it could be attached to the hood of the old Model T. The old Model T, missing a door, painted two different colours, and with a rad that had to be opened every few miles to pour in more water! And so it was decided. It would

sit on top of the ice box. The new ice box that Grandfather had bought from Barnett’s in Renfrew and now sat kitty-cornered in the kitchen. Audrey was told to take off the geranium plant, give the top a good wipe with a clean dishcloth, and when all that was done, Mother got up and as if she was laying a cornerstone at an historic building, she put the American brass eagle in the very centre of the ice box. Not a word was spoken as we stood there like mutes, admiring this new and wonderful addition to our old log house. There was some discussion about its being put on the twig table in the parlour with the bible, but Audrey pointed out that the parlour was seldom used, and no visitor would ever see it. And so it was decided. The American Eagle, identical to the one on Uncle Lou’s Buick, would have its home on our oak ice box, where it would be the first thing anyone would notice, coming in the kitchen. Yes, we all agreed. That’s where this treasure belonged, and where it stayed all the time we lived on the farm in Renfrew County. Interested in an electronic version of Mary’s books? Go to https://www.smashwords.com and type MaryRCook for e-book purchase details, or if you would like a hard copy, please contact Mary at wick2@sympatico.ca.

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Free To Non-Profit Organizations | Please Include: Name, address and phone number. Deadline: Thursday at 11 a.m. Send to: whatshappening@theemc.ca Rideau Trail Club of Kingston - Sunday, June 22 Gananoque Trails Level 1, easy pace, 12 km. Hike about half on the gentle woodland trails before a lunch break at Tim Hortons, then visit some rose gardens and a look at several neat shops on the waterfront. Depart CT at 9 am. Gas $ Leader: John 613 382 4778. Habitat for Humanity Kingston and Home Base Housing are teaming up to bring Kingston the Second Annual Way Home Walk/Run Saturday, June 21. 5km fun-run or a 2km walk through a marked trail at Lemoine Point Conservation (Coverdale Entrance). Registration starts at 9:00 AM and the Run begins at 10:00 AM followed by the walkers (10:05 AM). There will be live music, food and prizes! Everyone is welcome to join and all funds raised will go directly to helping build homes and hope in our community. Pledge forms are available at the Habitat ReStore located at 323 Bath Road or you can register online at http://www.thewayhome.myevent.com/ Westport United church presents a

concert by Faithful Friends on Sunday June 22 at 7 p.m. Come for a joyful evening of gospel and other well-loved music and light refreshments. Freewell offering. Legion 560 734 Montreal St. - Friday, June 20 Showman’s Karaoke will be entertaining from 8 - midnight. Small cover applies to non members and guests. Saturday, June 21 The Monarchs will be playing all your 50s and 60s favorites from 8 - midnight. Small cover applies to non members and guests. Everyone is welcome. Bereaved Families of Ontario – Kingston - Mourning Coffee: The opportunity to join other bereaved individuals for casual coffee-break chat. For more information, please phone 613-6341230. Thursday, June 24 from 10 –11 a.m., upstairs in the Trillium Room at Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Home – Township Chapel, 435 Davis Drive. Please Park in the Left-Side Lot and Use the Right-Side Main Entrance. Aug 11-15, 9:00 am – noon: Children’s Summer in the City Program

for children ages 5 to Gr 7. The theme is “SonTreasure Island” – a time for children to explore God’s love through crafts, stories, music, puppets, games and more! Location: Chalmers United Church, 12 Barrie St. The program is sponsored by Chalmers, Crossroads and Edith Rankin Memorial United Churches. Registration forms available at www.ermuc.ca or at churchoffice@ermuc.ca Early Registration Fees and forms by June 25. Kingston Literacy & Skills is looking for committed volunteers to tutor adults. If you have three hours of free time a week and strong reading, writing, or math skills, we have volunteer positions available. For more information, to set up an interview and register for our tutor training, call (613) 5472012 today. Volunteer Tutor Training begins Monday, July 7. Limestone Writers - A new writing group is being formed in Kingston. It is intended to be a professional group, aimed at writers who are publishing or hoping to publish, but anyone is welcome to participate. Writers of

poetry, fiction, or autobiography are all welcome. No coffee, no cookies, no chit-chat, just participants’ writing and critiques. The initial organizational meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 25 at 7 p.m. in the Boucher Room at the Kingston Central Public Library, 130 Johnson St. For more information: dpratt1939@hotmail.com. A Free Way to Step Back in Time - St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church will be running free public tours for its sixth summer. Starting on Tuesday June 17, and running until Saturday August 16, the church will be open to the public. Daily hours are Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10am to 4pm. St. Andrew’s has been integral to the history of Kingston since its foundation stone was laid in 1820. Learn about St. Andrew’s fascinating connections to Sir John A. Macdonald and Queen’s University, and enjoy the architecture and beautiful stained glass windows of the sanctuary. There is also a free scavenger hunt for children with prizes! St. Andrew’s is located on the corner of Princess St. and Clergy St. (130 Clergy St. East).

On Saturday, June 21 Kingston Derby Girls play host to not one, but two visiting teams tonight: the Skateful Dead will face off against Lindsay Roller Derby and the Disloyalists will show the Durham Derby Devils what they’re made of! Both teams have been topped up with some amazing new talent recently, and you’re going to be amazed at how much they have developed in the six short weeks since The Mother of all Bouts. Doors open at 5:30, first whistle at 6:30. Tickets at the door, or The Mansion, Chumleighs (all three locations), Digigraphics, Novel Idea, and Blossoms Kingston. Tickets also available online at http://sos.brownpapertickets.com/ St. Peter’s Anglican Church, 4333 Bath Road, is hosting a Strawberry Social on Tuesday, June 24 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Come and enjoy some strawberries and ice cream! KSOA’s Window Art gallery, Victoria @Princess, presents: Tina Barnes 8x8x52, An Artist’s Journey from June 18-29. Opening Reception Sunday, , June 22 from 1-4 p.m.

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events are taking place over the summer months that make downtown shopping even more fun, such as the sidewalk sale July 3 – 6, and Princess Promenades on Aug. 6 and Sept. 20, which will see Princess Street closed off to vehicles and all the stores move out to the streets. “I think the big dig [last year] really hurt a lot of people. I think they handled it as best they could but it was still a nightmare. There was hardly anybody downtown. But that’s over and I really feel like this is going to be the summer that’s going to turn it all around.”

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Rogue Boutique owner Shannon Sanders grew up in Kingston, and has always loved the city’s downtown. This passion contributed to her decision to open up her business there in October, 2013. She describes Rogue Boutique as having a “unique and eclectic assortment of home items,” good for shoppers looking for a gift for someone that has everything or is a little bit more funky with their tastes. “When the Olden Green closed - the own9%!23 ers retired last year - there wasn’t really a gift store downtown,” Sanders says. “And there aren’t too many alternative-based stores in Rogue Boutique owner Shannon SandPhoto/Hollie Pratt-Campbell Kingston. I figured with the whole student ers. population and people in their late 20s/early 30s buying their first home, it would be a 9%!23 good time to open a place with homeware and gift items.” Sanders loves the vibe on Rogue Boutique’s block, which is on Princess Street between Barrie and Clergy. 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A berry good cause By Mark Bergin Columnist

Gazette Lifestyle – Rev. Dr. Andrew Johnston, the pastor of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, is proud of his flock. “I am so pleased with the dynamic of this congregation,” he said. “They think beyond themselves to the common good. We want to do something for our community and help others do something as well.” To that end, St. Andrew’s is hosting a Strawberry Social on June 28 at 2 p.m. Tickets, which are only $5 each, are available by calling the Church office at 613-546-6316. I wouldn’t sit back and hope to drop in on the day of the event. The hall is limited to 90 people. This one is going to sell out.

The strawberry social will support a local non-profit organization. “Home Based Housing is a locally-based, generated, supported and effective organization,” said Johnston. “They are exactly the kind of organization that will help grow our city and our humanity.” Home Base Housing develops and maintains affordable housing in our community. The group also works with other agencies and organizations in helping to meet client housing needs. Clients of the organization are diverse. Anyone 16 years old and over who is homeless, at-risk of losing their housing or who exists in an unsafe situation is eligible. Home Base Housing develops safe and affordable housing, emergency

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St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is hosting a strawberry social in support of Kingston’s Home Base Housing. The event takes place on June 28. Tickets are available at the church office. Photo/Mark Bergin “I’m very active,” she said. “Thank God I have good health, other than the normal aches and pains of aging.” Mary Cook was with CBC for 48 years. Her mandate was to serve as the voice of Eastern Ontario, from the Quebec border to Belleville and North to Algonquin Park. That’s a lot of territory and an equally large number of stories. She’ll no doubt serve up some surprises about our own region. “I absolutely love Kingston,” she said. “I’ve spent many, many days in Kingston learning and telling interesting stories. There is a wealth of human interest stories here. It’s a lovely city and I fell in love with it.” She said her aunt ran The Pickwick Book Shop in Kingston. The $5 price of tickets for the strawberry social is simply to recover costs for the event. Each

ticket will also have an envelope attached for a donation to Home Based Housing. And if you’re worried about your diet, have no fears. Rev. Johnston assured me that “Church strawberry socials are considered a charitable event and, like Girl Guide cookies and church bake sales, have a dispensation from calories.” To reserve a spot at the strawberry social, call the church office at 613-546-6316. For more information about St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, visit http://www.standrewskingston. org/; to find out more about Home Base Housing, go to their website at http://kingstonhomebase.ca/. Look for Mary Cook’s weekly column in the Kingston Heritage and Frontenac Gazette. Mark Bergin on Twitter @markaidanbergin

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NE PRICW E

NE PRICW E R0012756554

NE PRICW E

$19,999

+HST

$179 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9122

$23,888 +HST

$189 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9164

$15,688 +HST

$125 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9213

$15,490

+HST

$123 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9270

$22,388 +HST

$177 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9243

2011 Nissan Rogue SL AWD

2012 Chevrolet Traverse LS AWD

2013 Chevrolet Sonic

2014 Kia Forte LX

2014 Kia Soul 4U EX+

Leather Interior, 2.5L, 4 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, CD Player, Rear Park Assist, Power Seats, Rear View Camera, Heated Seats, Sunroof And Much More. 44,460 KM

8 Passenger, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering. 50,652 KM Previous Daily Rental

2013 Chevrolet Sonic 5 Door Hatch With Alloy Wheels, Automatic Transmission, And Air Conditioning. This Sonic Is A 5 Door Hatch With All The Good Options And Is A Previous Daily Rental. 22,472 KM

Cloth Interior, 1.8 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering And Much More. 18,039 KM

2.0L, 4 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, Remote keyless entry, Bluetooth, Front Bucket Seats, UVO Audio System And Much More. 16,313 KM

NE PRICW E

$21,388

+HST

$191 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9219

NE PRICW E

$15,788

+HST

$198 BI-WEEKLY/48 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9246

$22,588

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$179 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9146

$10,388

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$95 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9206

$12,766

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$102 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8858

2011 Lincoln MKZ

2007 Ford F-150 XLT

2013 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT

2009 Chevrolet Aveo Hatch LS

2012 Nissan Altima 2.5 S

3.5L V-6 cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Heated Seats And Much More. 29,760 KM. Previous Daily Rental

5.4L V-8 cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, Rear Step Bumper, Fully Automatic Headlights, Keyless Entry, Electronic 4WD And Much More. 125,310 km

DVD Player, Rear Park Assist, Rear View Camera, Cloth Interior, 3.6L 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Remote Start And Much More. 24,767 KM. Previous Daily Rental

Hatch Model, Fog Light, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning And Much More. 55,345 KM

Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Power Windows, Power Locks Tilt Steering, Cloth Interior, And Much Much More. 86,137 KM Former Daily Rental

$84,900

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$628 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9068

$30,888

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$244 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9209

$8,999

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$94 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9208

$54,900

+HST

$406 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9090

$18,999

+HST

$150 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9220

2014 Audi RS 5

2014 Nissan Pathfinder S AWD

2009 Chevrolet Cobalt LT

2013 Land Rover Evoque Dynamic

2013 Ford Fusion SE

Leather Interior, 4.2 Litre, 8 Cyl Engine, 7-Speed Automatic Transmission, A/C, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, Rear View Camera, Rear Park Assist, Power and Heated Seats And Much More. 2,511 KM

Cloth Interior, 3.5 Litre, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels And Much More. 26,482 KM

2 Door Coupe, 5-Speed Manual, Power Windows, Power Locks, Air Conditioning, Keyless Entry And Much More. 85,904 KM

Leather Interior, 2.0 L, 4 Cyl Engine, 6-Speed Automatic Transmission, A/C, CD Player, Alloy Wheels, Rear View Camera, Power Driver Seat, Heated Seats, Sunroof, Navigation And Much More. 7,980 KM

2.5L 4 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, CD Player, Keyless Entry System, Power Steering And More. 51,178 KM Previous Daily Rental

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$11,088 +HST

$140 BI-WEEKLY/48 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9196A

$17,999 +HST

$143 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8711

$294 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS $28,388 TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES +HST

P8909

$26,999

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$211 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9201

$158 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS $17,688 TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES +HST

P9207

2007 Ford Ranger Sport

2012 Kia Sorento LX AWD

2009 BMW 135I

2013 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 4X4

2011 Nissan Rogue SV

Cloth Interior, 3.0 Litre, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, A/C, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels, ABS, Block Heater, Running Boards, Tonneau Cover, Tow Package, Boxliner And Much More. 103,088 KM

LX Model, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, Heated Seats, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, Keyless Entry, AWD, Cloth Interior, And Much More. 73,047 KM Former Daily Rental

This Is The 135i Model And Comes Equipped With Leather Interior, Convertible, Power Everything, Alloy Wheels, Automatic Transmission And Much Much More. 96,788 KM U.S. Vehicle

Cloth Interior, 4.8 Litre, 8 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Chrome Wheels, Steering Wheel Controls And Much More. 57,926 KM

Cloth Interior, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, Cd Player, Keyless Entry, Tilt Steering Are Just A Few Things This Vehicle Comes Equipped With . 60,732 KM

NE PRICW E

$26,666

+HST

$211 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8767A

NE PRICW E

$19,999

+HST

$207 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8668

NE PRICW E

$26,688 +HST

$213 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

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$17,488

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$182 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

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$15,998

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$128 BI-WEEKLY/94 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

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2012 Hyundai Veracruz GLS

2009 Toyota Venza

2013 GMC Sierra Crew Cab 4x4

2009 Ford Mustang

2012 Ford Fusion

Leather Interior, Power Sunroof, Keyless Entry, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, CD Player, Power Seats, Heated Seats, And Much Much More. 27,297 KM

This Venza Is Equipped With 4cyl, AWD, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Tilt Steering, Power Windows, Power Locks, Cloth Interior, And Much Much More. 62,822 KM

Cloth Interior, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Tilt Steering, Crew Cab And Much More. 19,765 KM Previous Daily Rental

4.0L, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Remote Keyless Entry, Premium Audio System, Power Convertible Roof, Alloy Wheels And Much More. 75,2090 KM.

Cloth Interior, 2.5 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels And Much More. 35,314 KM.

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$13,688 +HST

$172 BI-WEEKLY/48 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

$151 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS $16,883 TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9114B

P9237

+HST

$9,788

+HST

$103 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9178

$16,288

+HST

$130 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9177

$12,999

$136 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

+HST

P9186A

2007 Toyota Rav4 Limited AWD

2011 Ford Escape XLT

2009 Hyundai Elantra GL

2013 Dodge Avenger SXT

2010 Dodge Journey SXT

Leather Interior, 2.4L, 4Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , ABS, Heated Seats, Power Driver Seat, Sunroof And Much More. 149,572 KM.

Cloth Interior, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering And Much More. 54,132 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.0L, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering And Much More. 86,738 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.4L, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Cruise Control, Power Sunroof, Heated Seats And More, 23,431 KM

7 Passenger, Cloth Interior, 3.5 Litre, V6 Engine, Automatic Transmission, AirConditioning,CDPlayer,PowerWindows,PowerSteering,BlockHeater, Power Driver Seat, Luggage Rack, Heated O/S Mirrors, ABS. 96,206 KM

NE PRICW E

$15,488

+HST

$123 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

$9,999

P9171

+HST

$80 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8809

NE PRICW E

$18,388

+HST

$164 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9226

NE PRICW E

$13,999 +HST

$146 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS +SALES TAX NO HIDDEN FEES

NE PRICW E

P7916A

$25,999

$206 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

+HST

P9238

2010 Nissan Altima 2.5 S

2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring

2011 GMC Terrain SLT-1

2010 Chrysler Sebring Limited

2013 Ford Edge SEL AWD

Cloth Interior, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Cruise Control, Sunroof And More. 50,468 KM

Equipped With 5-Speed Manual Transmission, Cloth Interior, Tilt Steering, Power Windows, Power Locks, Touring Model And Much Much More. 20,876 KM

2.4L, 4 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, Cruise, Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels, CD Player, Heated Seats And Much More. 95,821 KM

Auto, AC, Cruise Control, Climate Control, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Leather, PL, PW, Power Driver Seat, Power Sunroof, Tilt Steering, Boston Premium Audio And Much More! 51,386 KM

Alloy Wheels, AWD, Cloth Interior, Power Group, Blue Tooth, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning. 61,532 KM

$17,999 +HST

$161 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

$44,488

P8923

+HST

$396 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES P7061A

$14,688

+HST

$153 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9227

2011 Volkswagen Routan

2010 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

2009 Mazda B4000 Ext. Cab 4x4

This Is The Comfortline And Comes Equipped With Leather Interior, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, 7 Passenger Seating, Quad Seating, Loaded! 79,001 KM

Leather Interior, 6.2 Litre 8 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, Cruise, Heated Power Seats, Heads Up Display, Satellite Radio, Universal Home Remote And More. 23,384 KM U.S. Vehicle

4.0L V-6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, Dual Climate Control, Cloth Interior, Alloy Wheels And Much More. 116,401 KM

NE PRICW E

$24,488 +HST

$254 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

NE PRICW E

NE PRICW E

NE PRICW E

NE PRICW E

$15,998 +HST

$166 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

$11,088 +HST

$115 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9169

P9190

2009 Nissan Murano LE Leather Interior, 3.5L, 6 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering, Rear Park Assist, Sunroof, Power and Heated Seats , Rear View Camera 149,933 KM.

NE PRICW E

P9199

NE PRICW E

$11,999

+HST

$108 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS +TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

2011 Chevrolet Malibu LS Cloth Interior, 2.4L, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Cruise Control, Onstar And Much More. 76,482 KM

NE PRICW E

$11,993 +HST

$107 BI-WEEKLY/72 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9239

$27,388 +HST

$217 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9180

NE PRICW E

P9240

$16,688 +HST

$174 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9173A

2010 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT 4X4

2010 Kia Sportage LX

2011 Ford Fiesta SE Hatch

2013 Ford Focus ST

2009 Toyota Camry LE

Cloth Interior, 5.3 Litre, 8 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Windows, Power Steering , Steering Wheel Controls, Onstar, XM Radio And More. 120,280 KM

Cloth Interior, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, Cd Player, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Steering , Cruise Control And Much More. 117,106 KM

5-Speed Manual, Cloth Interior, Alloy Wheels, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering

6-Speed Manual, Two Tone Leather, Alloy Wheels, Power Everything ST Model, Special Paint, Dual Exchust, Loaded

Power Group, Cloth Interior, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, Keyless Entry, CD Player And Much More. 54,004 Km

NE PRICW E

$15,998 +HST

$127 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

$22,688 +HST

P8866

2012 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT Automatic Transmission, Full Stow And Go Seating, Air Conditioning, Cd Player, Keyless Entry, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, Cloth Interior And Much More. 68,352 KM. Previous Daily Rental

$235 BI-WEEKLY/60 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

2009 GMC Sierra Extended Cab 4x4 Z71

P8718A

4x4, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt Steering, Power Group, Cloth Interior, Alloy Wheels And Much More. 64,751 KM

$16,878

+HST

$134 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P8937B

$20,588

+HST

$163 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9104A

$20,588 +HST

$162 BI-WEEKLY/84 MONTHS TAXES INCL. - NO HIDDEN FEES

P9224

2010 Mazda 6 GS-I4

2012 Kia Sorento LX AWD

2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo

Cloth Interior, 1.6 Litre, 4 Cyl Engine, Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Alloy Wheels, Power Drivers Seat, Satelite Radio, Sunroof And Much More. 55,449 KM

Cloth Interior, 2.4L 4 Cyl Engine, Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission, CD Player, Cruise Control, Heated Seats, Rear Park Assist, Satellite Radio, Block Heater And Much More. 59,344 KM

2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo With Two Tone Leather, Power Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, And Much Much More. 35,616 KM Previous Daily Rental

All prices are plus HST and license fee’s only. All bi-weekly payments include all taxes and license fees. All payments are based at 6.99% O.A.C.. All Payments on 2012-2014 models are over 84 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2008-2011 models are over 72 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2008-2009 models are over 60 months O.A.C.. All payments on 2005-2007 models are over 48 months O.A.C.. All interest is calculated into bi weekly payments example 2008 model sale price of $10000 plus HST with a bi weekly payment of $104.17 includes all taxes and interest O.A.C.. This payments cost of borrowing over the 60 months at 6.99% is $2225.15 if you carry the whole term. All loans are open and can be paid anytime with no interest penalty. All terms, rates, and approvals are O.A.C. and may vary depending on the amount financed and the year of the vehicles you are purchasing. Vehicle information may not be accurate at the time of printing. Please contact one of our sales associate for further details.

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