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Town should stay out of labour fight: councillor SOCIAL SERVICES York Region’s Children’s Aid Society has released a new video called Kids Say.

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A play by Richmond Hill to raise the Chinese flag for a culture event has some upset.

Georgina council did not throw its weight behind a Tory bill that says public sector pay hikes cost taxpayers too much and should be curtailed. Conservative York-Simcoe MPP Julia Munro had asked for the town’s support of Simcoe-Grey Conservative MPP Jim Wilson’s private members bill that would force arbitrators to consider a community’s ability to pay when they rule on public sector labour disputes.

What’s your take on this issue? E-mail or follow the conversation at twitter/@tkibble If passed, the act would “fix Ontario’s broken public sector arbitration system that has, on far too many occasions, completely disregarded the ability of taxpayers to pay for wage increases,” Ms Munro stated in her letter to council. Mayor Rob Grossi was prepared See page 7


Keswick firefighter Jon Ferris gives Sparky a high five for upcoming fire prevention week open houses at the Pefferlaw station Oct. 11 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. and at the Keswick and Sutton fire stations Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. “Have Two Ways Out!”, highlighting the importance of home escape plans, is this year’s theme of Fire Prevention Week being held Sunday Oct. 7 to Saturday, Oct. 13.


Natives call for independent review BY HEIDI RIEDNER

Not willing to risk its future well-being to the Region of York, the Chippewas of Georgina Island have hired their own consultants to review a controversial sewage treatment plant planned for East Gwillimbury. As reported in the Advocate last December, Georgina Island

Chief Donna Big Canoe expressed serious concern about the Lake Simcoe Alternative for the Upper York Sewage Solution that will discharge up to 47 million litres of treated waste water to Lake Simcoe by 2031. She reserved making an official statement regarding the band’s position, however, until its own consultants could review the requested technical data, studies

and environmental assessments from the Region. “Lake Simcoe is our living source; water is our life. We need to see the studies and bypass the technical jargon so we can scrutinize and effectively determine what this may mean for us,” she had said.

POLL RESULTS WE ASKED: Are you satisfied with your municipal government so far? YOU SAID: Yes, I am happy so far, 14%; No I think the government has failed the taxpayers, 69%; Unsure. It is too early to pass judgment, 18%.


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“At no point were we consulted and it is their duty to consult with First Nations under government law. “We needed to have been brought in from the beginning,” Chief Big Canoe stated. The proposed system diverts from about a decade of planning that would have seen treated sewage discharged into Lake Ontario. Instead, it proposes to take water from and discharge into the Lake Simcoe watershed, without piping through the sensitive Oak Ridges Moraine, to accommodate the planned growth of 153,000 residents and industry within the three municipalities to the south of Georgina by 2031. New housing and industrial developments in East Gwillimbury (except for Mount Albert) would discharge to the Lake Simcoe watershed, with those in Newmarket and Aurora serviced by a hybrid system discharging to both the Lake Simcoe watershed and Lake Ontario via the new water reclamation centre and existing York Durham Sewage System.

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Chief Big Canoe informed Georgina council that review is under way, according to correspondence from Sept. 24. “We have been in talks with York’s consultants and engineers, as well as the Environment Ministry, since December ... and have come to the conclusion that we would prefer to have our own independent consultants review all studies that have been conducted and that will be conducted throughout the EA process,” wrote Chief Big Canoe. A meeting has also been scheduled with UYSS project team members later in the month to discuss studies to date regarding the water reclamation centre, with consultants and a lawyer representing the collective agreement known as the Williams Treaty in attendance to advise First Nation staff. The independent review is the latest development regarding The Chippewas of Georgina Island in relation to the controversial servicing plan to accommodate pro-


Georgina Island Chief Donna Big Canoe would prefer to have independent consultants review the region’s studies regarding the UYSS. vincially mandated growth in East Gwillimbury, Newmarket and Aurora. It was at the first project information session at the Stephen Leacock Theatre in November where Georgina Island’s environmental co-ordinator, Kerri Anne Charles, registered official opposition to the plan because proper consultation

with First Nations under Canadian law had not taken place. Chief Big Canoe further asserted the Chippewas were given a seat at the discussion table late in the game, once the project had already progressed to Lake Simcoe rather than Lake Ontario being the point of discharge for the new sewage treatment plant.

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Fiery opposition from waterfront property owners to a proposed walkway over the Maskinonge River in Keswick remains steadfast after three public meetings, but it may be water under the bridge when weighed against wider public sentiment. The town hosted its third and final information session regarding a proposed pedestrian bridge linking Riverglen and Riveredge drives over the Maskinonge River Sept. 26. Most of the crowd Wednesday night comprised angry area residents, who either back on to the Maskinonge River or live across the street from it. Most already had their minds made up and said any new information or expanded explanations wouldn’t alter their anti-bridge sentiments. That held true for the remainder of the two-hour session, with crime, vandalism, garbage and depreciated property values being the theme of the evening on top of an argument stating the environmental sensitivity of the area. Rindy Millenbach echoed the sentiments of many when she called the bridge “a waste of time and taxpayer money” as she passed out petitions against the proposed project. A preferred location just west of the Coves of Keswick marina, bridge designs, stages of the process and environmental consultations compiled to date since the study began in May were on display. It represented a snapshot of the more detailed and comprehensive project file being prepared by consulting engineers from Planmac Inc. that will be presented to council most likely at the end of October,

said Phillip Santana of Planmac. The public would also have the opportunity to view the full plan under class environmental assessment guidelines, he added. The bridge needs to be approved by council first before moving to stage two of the process, which involves more detailed environmental study, bridge design and construction details. Planmac president Robert Maksymec said Wednesday night’s meeting was less “vociferous” than the previous two, pegging public response at 52 per cent for and 48 per cent against the project.

Go to to read the whole story. Keswick residents Scott West and Korey MacDougald represented the “in favour” crowd and were the lone dissenting voices. Both men reiterated Georgina is growing and future development plans have to include projects such as the pedestrian bridge to accommodate an influx in population that may demand new services compared to existing ways of doing things. ““If people are going to use (the

bridge) and it addresses all parts of the community and growth, decisions can’t be based just on the status quo. If the environmental assessment is done properly and plans do not damage the environment, I think those things are just as important,” Mr. West said. “A better way to move through this community is by using the trail system that is already here and to use a bridge that could be there,” said Mr. West. Mr. MacDougald agreed a bridge would provide an alternative to busy roads and a safer way to access the entire community.

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The area high school teacher also thinks concerns over graffiti, vandalism and garbage boil down to stereotyping and don’t paint an accurate picture of youth. “It’s more about teaching kids good choices,” he said. “I think we are stereotyping ... There are a lot of really good kids here.” “My biggest concern, which also applies to the nearby park, is lights,” said Mr. MacDougald. “I would tell my daughter never to use the bridge at night unless there were lights. The more light you would have, the better.”


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hen you own a property, you have most of the control over what happens on it. Granted, you can’t go against zoning bylaws or the Ontario Building Code, but, except in extreme cases (government expropriation, for example), no one can take your property or direct you to build or tear anything down. However, the land next to your property is another story. Unless you live next to a protected nature area, such as a national park, you might, one day, live next to someone or something you don’t want to. That’s an inherent risk of property ownership. That’s why, as distressing as development near your property might be — be it the Upper York Sewage Solution treatment plant coming to East Gwillimbury, proposed housing developments on the Glenway golf course in Newmarket, residential construction in northeast Aurora or Keswick — you can’t expect it to go away. If you buy a home surrounded by other houses in a typical suburban subdivision, you probably don’t expect any major disturbances. However, your neighbours could tear down their house and re-build, decorate the exterior in a way you don’t approve of or just be jerks. Provided they’re not breaking the law, there’s nothing you can do. It’s the same principle with any large-scale development. You don’t own the property, so you can’t control what happens to it. You’re going to have to get used to large developments

if you want to keep living in York Region. The proposed sewage plant in East Gwillimbury is necessary to accommodate population growth. Newmarket and Aurora need developments such as those at Glenway, Slessor Square and northeast Aurora to meet provincial intensification targets. They also need large employment developments, such as the Bulk Barn headquarters being constructed near Hwy. 404 in Aurora, to meet the provincial goal of developing communities in which people can live, work and play. The reality is, development and intensification are going to continue in the GTA — and some of it might happen near you. Rather than dwelling on the negatives, consider the benefits the developments provide. Intensification means urban sprawl will be contained, preserving natural and agricultural areas outside of towns and cities. Sewage needs to go somewhere, and the new treatment plant proposed for East Gwillimbury is set to be one of the best in North America in terms of making the water that comes out safe for the environment. Large commercial developments mean more commercial property taxes flowing into municipalities, which will decrease the need to increase residential taxes to maintain infrastructure. Development will continue in York Region and we all must make the best of it.

BOTTOM LINE: Development going to continue in region and some might occur near you.


Congrats to teachers who meet parents I would like to congratulate all teachers attending or have already attended their meet the teacher night. Meet the teacher night is a big deal for students and the parents. I am deeply disappointed to discover some teachers have chosen to not show up for this evening to meet with us. I understand you want a better working contract and are currently trying to fight for this. I understand why extra-curricular activities for children are cancelled. I get all that, but to not show up for meet the teacher night ... really? We were willing to show up to meet you and not get paid for it. We rearrange schedules, leave work early or even cancel appointments to make it to the meet the teacher night in hopes of getting five minutes with you because it matters to us and our kids. We, as parents, entrust our children to your teachings five days a week for the

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happened if the province would have negotiated in good faith and didn’t impose a contract. Simple as that. The government did, in fact, make the prediction come true.


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Province created teacher problem In regards to the teacher/province battle, it wasn’t teachers or their unions that made the prediction come true. None of this would have

Trash bins disgusting Re: Is It Just Me? by Lorne Hicks, Sept. 13. No, Mr. Hicks, it is not just you, regarding trash bins overflowing with furniture and other items not allowed. It is a disgusting mess. We try to keep our town beautiful and as clean as possible, then we have to look at this mess every day. Visitors coming into Keswick must think this is where we dump our garbage. The owners of the dropoff boxes should be made aware of this situation and change their program. Then make the necessary changes. No more junk.


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System isn’t broken, Szollosy says From page 1.

to endorse the Ability to Pay proposal during Monday’s committee meeting, stating the town is in much the same situation with respect to its firefighters and would be in a “difficult situation when it comes to our ability to pay”. Contract talks between the town and its firefighters went into arbitration Feb. 29, 2012.

Contract talks between the town and its firefighters went into arbitration Feb. 29, 2012. An agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), which represents the town’s municipal and library workers, is also still in negotiations. “We are facing some challenges within the next couple of months and upcoming negotiations,” the mayor added. Ward 3 Councillor Dave Szollosy, however, cautioned against the town wading in to partisan politics and “tinkering” with Ontario labour law. “I challenge the assertion that the system is broken,” he said, adding for the past 50 years, Ontario has developed a body of laws that maintains the balance between

the power of the employer and the rights of the worker. He added the bill does not offer any new “tools” in a municipality’s arsenal, since arbitrators already take into account current economic conditions and compensation packages from freely negotiated collective agreements when making judgments. Over the past five years in the fire sector for example, a sector quoted by Ms Munro in her letter, the difference between the normative salary increase in a freely negotiated settlement and an arbitrated decision is 0.04 per cent, he said. “There is no crisis.” To ensure public sector pay and benefits reflect private sector realities, the bill proposes arbitrators consider the financial impact of their decisions, to consider such factors as a local unemployment rate and tax base before awarding pay hikes and a set timeline of three months for deliberation that includes a written explanation for a final decision. “We know that taxpayers do not have deep pockets,” Ms Munro states. “In fact, more often these days, they’re empty pockets. Economic growth has been slow and communities are strapped for cash ... I would ask that you ... encourage the Liberals and NDP to step up for taxpayers, help municiplaities and get this bill passed.” Neither Councillor Szollosy nor Jor-

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dan Redshaw, the town’s communications co-ordinator, could recall any contract agreement with the town’s public sector employees with which the town is unhappy or represented any “bad deals” for taxpayers. “Sure, there are items management at the town wish it had in the collective agreement to allow more flexibility, and yes, Georgina workers have not seen the same kind of increases and benefits that employees in other York Region municipalities have, but that is the result of free collective bargaining,” Mr. Szollosy said. “Often it is a compromise - as are arbitrated settlements.” Conservative house leader Mr. Wilson’s private members bill to change Ontario’s arbitration system comes up for second reading debate Oct. 4. But until the Association of Municipalities of Ontario comes forward with a position on the matter, Councillor Szollosy has no interest in having Georgina council endorse a political party’s platform. “I oppose using municipal councils to participate in a contrived partisan political program, which is clearly the instance here,” said Councillor Szollosy. “What I believe truly is at stake is an attack on the democratic principle of free collective bargaining. That is part of Conservative leader Tim Hudak’s platform and at the heart of the party-manufactured letter every municipal council received.”

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Police investigate suspicious fires in Georgina Two suspicious fires yesterday have prompted an investigation and police are asking for the public’s assistance. A plastic portable toilet on fire at a construction site on Black River Road at 1 a.m. yesterday was destroyed, causing $2,000 damage. While there, crews observed a second blaze at the nearby Sutton Fairgrounds, said police. There, they discovered a 1997 Dodge pick-up truck on fire. Theblaze was extinguished but the vehicle suffered extensive damage. Yesterday’s incidents come on the heels of recent fires at a vacant cot-

tage in Willow Beach and another in an unoccupied structure last Friday. Det. Stribbell confirmed investigators are following leads. “At this point, all appear to be deliberately set,” he said, adding while no suspects have been identified, police are looking at persons of interest: someone either tied to a crime or one who has relevant information pertaining to one. Police are asking witnesses to come forward. If you have information, call York Regional Police #3 Criminal Investigations Bureau at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7341 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-tips. Leave an anonymous tip online at or text your tip to CRIMES (274637) starting with the word YORK.

MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001 SALE OF LAND BY PUBLIC TENDER (FORM 6) THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF GEORGINA TAKE NOTICE, that tenders are invited for the purchase of the land(s) described below and will be received until 3:00 p.m. local time on Thursday October 25, 2012 at the Treasurer’s Office, Town of Georgina, 26557 Civic Centre Road, Keswick, Ontario. The tenders will then be opened in public on the same day at 3:15 p.m. at the Town of Georgina, Council Chambers, 26557 Civic Centre Road, Keswick, Ontario. File No. 09-08 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 030 81500 0000 Park Road PIN: 03543-0035(LT) PT E1/2 Lot 6 Concession 6 GEORGINA AS IN R643869; GEORGINA; Minimum Bid: $21,128.13

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File No. 11-31 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 021 39500 0000 Mill Pond Lane PIN: 03547-0074 (LT) PT LOT 22 CONCESSION 1 GEORGINA AS IN R344905; T/W R438135; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $43,314.96

File No. 09-16 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 140 06500 0000 Ravenshoe Road N/S PIN: 03471-0015 (LT) PT LT 1 CON 1 E YONGE ST N GWILLIMBURY; PT LT 2 CON 1 E YONGE ST N GWILLIMBURY AS IN NG23586 EXCEPT R450601, R628600, R269692, R450602, R269956 & R505910 ; GEORGINA. S/T YR293312 Minimum Bid: $22,733.76 File No. 11-26 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 023 70000 0000 Snoddon Road PIN: 03551-0043 (R) Part of Lot 13, Concession 3, Town of Georgina (formerly the Township of Georgina), Regional Municipality of York (No. 65) As previously described in Instrument No. GE4962 and as more particularly described in the attached Schedule Minimum Bid: $23,875.50 File No. 11-27 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 132 33925 0000 Not Assigned PIN: 03508-0150 (LT) LT 78 PL 284 N GWILLIMBURY; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $8,087.15 File No. 11-29 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 010 72000 0000 Ravenshoe Road PIN: 03550-0209 (LT) PT LT 12 CON 1 GEORGINA AS IN R229985 (FIRSTLY) EXCEPT PT 1 EXPROP PL D1012, GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $47,776.48

File No. 11-32 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 023 60000 0000 Rosslyn Drive PIN: 03546-0366(LT) PT N3/4 LOT 22 CONCESSION 2 GEORGINA AS IN R716962; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $65,785.62 File No. 11-33 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 024 35000 0000 Lake Ridge Road PIN: 03546-0337(LT) PT LT 25 CONCESSION 3 GEORGINA AS IN R244959; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $49,405.51 File No. 11-34 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 026 00200 0000 Sindi Promenade W/S PIN: 03549-0230 (LT) BLOCK K PLAN 588 GEORGINA; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $44,989.21 File No. 11-35 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 031 36100 0000 Highway 48 N/S PIN: 03523-0153(LT) PT LT 3 CON 7 GEORGINA AS IN A24108A EXCEPT R696581, A64952A, PTS 1-6 65R10206, PT 32 R298138 & PT 34 65R3535; S/T BENEFICIARIES INTEREST IN A24108A; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $27,536.21 File No. 11-36 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 034 37000 0000 Rose Street PIN: 03527-0309 (LT) LT 218 PL 427 GEORGINA; LT 219 PL 427 GEORGINA; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $29,886.45

File No. 11-37 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 041 99600 0000 Virginia Boulevard W/S PIN: 03529-0051(LT) LT 74 PL 481 GEORGINA; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $37,504.45 File No. 11-39 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 060 76500 0000 Highway 48 S/S PIN: 03541-0018(LT) PT LT 8 PLAN 432 GEORGINA; PT LOT 9 PLAN 432 GEORGINA; PT LOT 10 PLAN 432 GEORGINA PARTS 14, 15 & 16 AS IN B34738B; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $35,943.39 File No. 11-40 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 062 43500 0000 105 Duclos Point Road PIN: 03535-0010(LT) PT W1/2 LOT 16 CONCESSION 7 GEORGINA; PT E1/2 LOT 16 CONCESSION 7 GEORGINA; PT N1/2 LOT 17 CONCESSION 7 GEORGINA PT 2 65R1717; GEORGINA; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 93-00827, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 93-00854, IF ENFORCEABLE. Minimum Bid: $84,017.08 File No. 11-41 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 110 18200 0000 Ravenshoe Road PIN: 03464-0046(LT) PT LT 1 CON 7 N GWILLIMBURY AS IN B48428B; GEORGINA; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 96-06549, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 97-00554, IF ENFORCEABLE. Minimum Bid: $57,810.48 File No. 11-42 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 110 32100 0000 Ravenshoe Road N/S PIN: 03463-0090(LT) PT LT 1 CON 8 N GWILLIMBURY PT 2 65R14634; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $53,264.08 File No. 11-43 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 115 58000 0000 23551 Lasher Lane PIN: 03463-0035(LT) PT LT 6 CON 8 N GWILLIMBURY AS IN R272196; S/T NG20329; GEORGINA; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 96-06549, IF ENFORCEABLE. Minimum Bid: $36,372.22

File No. 11-44 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 115 58100 0000 Highway 48 PIN: 03463-0037(LT) PT LT 6 CON 8 N GWILLIMBURY AS IN R371046; S/T NG20329; GEORGINA; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 9606549, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 97-00554, IF ENFORCEABLE. Minimum Bid: $72,774.41 File No. 11-45 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 125 18600 0000 Metro Road North E/S PIN: 03496-0017(LT) LT 41 RANGE 4 S/S OF BOUCHIER ST PL TOWN PLOT OF KESWICK N GWILLIMBURY; LT 42 RANGE 4 S/S OF BOUCHIER ST PL TOWN PLOT OF KESWICK N GWILLIMBURY; PT RDAL E OF TOWN PLOT OF KESWICK N GWILLIMBURY AS IN R281169; GEORGINA; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 95-06165, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 95-07498, IF ENFORCEABLE. Minimum Bid: $50,785.49 File No. 11-46 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 131 50900 0000 784 Churchill Lane PIN: 03509-0036(LT) LT 7 PL 241 N GWILLIMBURY; LT 8 PL 241 N GWILLIMBURY ; GEORGINA; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 9103687, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 93-02530, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 93-02910, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 93-04480, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 95-05122, IF ENFORCEABLE. Minimum Bid: $80,653.37 File No. 11-47 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 136 04400 0000 Brule Lakeway W/S PIN: 03515-0129(LT) LT 84 JUDGES’ PL 602; T/W IN FAVOUR OF PT LT 84 JUDGES’ PL 602, PTS 115, 117 & 119 65R127 AS IN R107293, T/W IN FAVOUR OF PT LT 84 JUDGES’ PL 602, PTS 116 & 118 65R127 AS IN R107295; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $69,792.32 File No. 11-48 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 144 60100 0000 Mac Avenue N/S PIN: 03475-0131(LT) PT LT 9 CON 3 N GWILLIMBURY AS IN NG15134; T/W NG15134; GEORGINA; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 9501601, IF ENFORCEABLE; SUBJECT TO EXECUTION 95-02500, IF ENFORCEABLE. Minimum Bid: $12,950.04

File No. 11-49 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 144 90400 0000 173 Riveredge Drive PIN: 03478-0006(LT) LT 3 PL 287 N GWILLIMBURY; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $68,645.09 File No. 11-52 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 064 20000 0000 12 Thorah Park Boulevard PIN: 70005-0062(LT) LOT 57 PLAN 251 GEORGINA; LOT 77 PLAN 251 GEORGINA; PT LOT 56 PLAN 251 GEORGINA; PT LOT 58 PLAN 251 GEORGINA; PT LOT 59 PLAN 251 GEORGINA; PT LOT 74 PLAN 251 GEORGINA; PT LOT 75 PLAN 251 GEORGINA; PT LOT 76 PLAN 251 GEORGINA AS IN R318146; GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $339,593.20 Tenders must be submitted in the prescribed form and must be accompanied by a deposit in the form of a money order or of a bank draft or cheque certified by a bank or trust corporation payable to the municipality and representing at least 20 per cent of the tender amount. Potential purchasers are advised to make a careful investigation of title and the index of executions for any estates or interest of the crown. Except as follows, the municipality makes no representation regarding the title to or any other matters relating to the lands to be sold. Responsibility for ascertaining these matters rests with the potential purchasers. This sale is governed by the Municipal Act, 2001 and the Municipal Tax Sales Rules made under that Act. The successful purchaser will be required to pay the amount tendered plus accumulated taxes, costs and the relevant land transfer tax. The municipality has no obligation to provide vacant possession to the successful purchaser. Note: H.S.T. may be payable by the successful purchaser. For further information regarding this sale and a copy of the prescribed form of tender, visit www., or contact: Ms. Rachel Dillabough Sr. Tax Clerk Ms. Teddi Algie Tax Collection Clerk Mr. David Reddon Manager of Taxation/Revenue Tax Collector The Corporation of the Town of Georgina 26557 Civic Centre Road Keswick, ON L4P 3G1 905-476-4301 905-722-6516 705-437-2210

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BUSINESS RESOURCES: York Small Business Enterprise Centre 1 877 464 9675 ext 1572 Georgina Economic & Tourism Development Office Tel: 905 476 4301 ext 300 – Karen Palmer South Lake Community Futures Development Corp. Tel: 905 467 1244 Canadian Chamber of Commerce Newsletter – Ontario Chamber of Commerce –

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Please be advised that the month of October, 2012 has been proclaimed as “Lupus Awareness Month� and “Toastmasters Month� in the Town of Georgina


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Council C.O.W. Council Council Workshop

@ YOUR LIBRARY The Town of Georgina Purchasing Division will receive tenders and/or proposals as follows:

7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.

CLUB 55 10TH ANNIVERSARY Club 55 in Keswick is celebrating its 10th Anniversary! Come join us as we mark this milestone with food, entertainment, prizes, special presentations and a performance by George St. Kitts and the Baldwin Barbershop Singers! Date: Friday, October 5th Time: 1 p.m. Location: Club 55 Keswick/ The Stephen Leacock Theatre Address: 130 Gwendolyn Blvd. Keswick Tickets are just $5 for past and present members and $8 for non-members and additional guests. To purchase tickets or for more information please contact Club 55 Keswick at 905-476-9972. Hope to see you there!

THANKSGIVING WASTE COLLECTION Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday on October 8, 2012, your waste collection is shifted 1 day later. See Chart Below: Normal Waste Collection Day

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Married? Did you know... The Town of Georgina performs marriage ceremonies onsite during business hours at a cost of $200 plus applicable taxes. The Town of Georgina also performs marriage ceremonies off site after business hours and on weekends at a cost of $300 plus applicable taxes. Booking a wedding must be done in person at the Civic Centre during business hours. For more information please call 905~476~4301 ext 291.

Pefferlaw Station Thursday October 11th - 5:30 to 8 pm Sutton & Keswick Stations Saturday October 13th - 10:00 to 2 pm Join us for a Free BBQ, Sparky & Fun Activities

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SCOUTS HELP WITH SHORELINE CHALLENGE Second Keswick scout members Tommy Luis and Billy Fletcher (inset) help during the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean Up at Elmhurst Beach Saturday.


Sutton CurlingClub

Fun for the whole Family!

Come & see for yourself at our Registration Nights & Introductory Clinic $100 for the first half of the year for new curlers


(fee for any adult who has not been a club member in the past two years) (Balance of $250 multi-league, $200 one league, if you continue in the second draw)

Adult multi-league • $400 ($350 for new curler) Adult one league • $350 ($300 for new curler) Daytime curler • $300 *Includes 13% HST and Ontario Curling Association fees

Student • $150 Little Rock (7-12) • $100 Bantam (13-16) • $110 Junior (17-20) • $110

To get started, you will need a clean pair of running shoes. Sliders may be purchased and brooms rented for $25 each.


3 Georgina Locations

Georgina Fire t is hosting their annual Departmen

OPEN HOUSE at all 3 locations!

Create a Home Escape Plan Today with Your Family Keswick Fire Hall

Sutton Fire Hall

Pefferlaw Fire Hall

Sat., Oct. 13 • 10am to 2pm 165 The Queensway South Keswick • 905-476-5167

Sat., Oct. 13 • 10am to 2pm 37 Snooks Road, Sutton • 905-476-5167

Thurs., Oct. 11 • 5:30pm to 8pm 270 Pefferlaw Road, Pefferlaw • 905-476-5167

Come to our Information & Registration Sessions October 10 & 11, 2012, between 7:00 & 9:00pm or October 10, 2:00-4:00pm Join us Saturday, October 13 for our FREE INTRODUCTORY ADULT CLINIC from 1:00-3:00pm

Our New Season starts on Monday, October 15, 2012 New Sunday Morning League!!! Anyone, including non members, may curl for $5.00 per game (Anyone new to curling must show up 1/2-hour early to receive basic instruction)

For more information visit our website or call Michelle at 905-722-6213

• BBQ • Auto extrication demonstration • Hose target• Interactive stations • Sparky • Georgina Family Safety Fingerprint Kits • Children fire fighter dress-up gear & more… Reproduced from NFPA’s Fire Prevention Week website, ©2012 NFPA.

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Tips for storing your boat As the fall approaches, and the winds start to cool over the water, it’s time to think about storing your boat for the winter. An unavoidable task for boat owners, this is a great opportunity for captains to carry out some necessary maintenance work. This work will not only keep the boat in top shape and avoid problems caused by the rigors of winter, it will also facilitate launching next spring. So, with this his in mind, here are a few tips.

that the reservoirs and connected piping will be sufficiently protected from extreme winter temperatures. Don’t forget that your engine should also receive the same treatment. It is preferable to do an oil change before the winter, as used oil contains acids that can harm the engine’s components.

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FAMILY DAY FUN TO ITS CORE Lafiya Faucher bobs for apples during a free fall family fun day hosted by Jericho Youth Services at De La Salle Park Saturday.

Sutton Home Hardware Under the Water Tower

Bring in a non-perishable food item and receive entry into our weekly

$25.00 Gift Certificate Draw!

20936 Dalton Road, Sutton • 905-722-6575 •

Do you love Baseball? Whether you played baseball or softball last year or just love to play the game and are looking for a competitive summer experience! If you are born in 2002/2003, come out and try-out for the 2013 Georgina OBA Major Mosquito Baseball team.

OBA Major Mosquito 2013 Try-Outs All try-outs are at West Park Thurs Oct 11: 5:30 pm Sat Oct 13: 10:00 am Sun Oct 14: 1:00 pm For more information email:

Bull is a sweet male cat. He is looking for a loving indoor home. He wants to experience a home that appreciates him and doesn’t leave him out in the cold.

To adopt a pet from the Georgina Animal Shelter call 905-722-3452 or drop by the shelter on Civic Centre Road. Open Mon. to Fri. from 8:30am to 5:30pm and Sat. 8:00am to 4:00pm. Dogs from the centre must be licensed before they are taken off the premises. Visit one of our websites at:, or Tax deductible contributions to the pound are greatly appreciated. This Week’s Pet of the Week is sponsored by:

P.A.W.S. of Georgina Box 154 Keswick, ON, L4P 3E2 905-868-6141 •

Spay/neuter rebates available for all Georgina residents. For more info contact PAWS

Please be a responsible pet owner.

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Grossi appointed to AMO board


GOOD BEGINNINGS Volunteers help new parents by providing emotional support and practical assistance during the early months of a newborn’s homecoming.

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Georgina Mayor Rob Grossi is poised to serve as a key municipal leader in the province with his appointment to the board of directors of the Association of Munici-

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palities of Ontario. “AMO’s board of directors benefits from membership from across the province, reflecting the diversity of Ontario’s municipal governments,” AMO president Russ Powers said. “To that end, I am pleased to have Robert on the 2012-2014 board team.” AMO is a non-profit group representing almost all of Ontario’s 444 municipal governments. Backed by unanimous support from Georgina and York Region councils, Mayor Grossi was appointed to fill a board vacancy left by York regional chairperson Bill Fisch at the AMO board meeting last month. AMO supports strong and effective municipal government in Ontario and promotes the value of municipal government as a vital and essential component of Ontario and Canada’s political system. In his role representing the regional and single tier caucus, Mayor Grossi will help set policy for the association regarding key advocacy priorities focused on achieving fiscal sustainability for municipal governments, advancing federal and provincial partnerships for infrastructure, and strengthening municipal legislative authority to advance local economic prosperity and environmental sustainability.

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Winners of Fellini Fine Wines Keswick Anniversary Great BBQ Giveaway are Tony and Sharon Tallon of Keswick pictured above is Dan, Tyler, Sharon and Tony


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HOURS OF OPERATION: Thursday to Monday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Extended hours Thursdays until 7 p.m. from April 1 to October 31.

Community Environmental Centres accept a wide variety of items to be reused, recycled or disposed, including: REUSE DROP-OFF† (free of charge) • Books, CDs and DVDs • BBQs (clean, working condition) • Cabinets • Clothing • Doors • Fabrics and textiles • Furniture • Hardware and tools • Housewares • Light fixtures • Lumber • Plumbing fixtures • Tools • Windows

RECYCLING (free of charge) • Blue Box items • Cardboard (flattened) • Clean fill / soil • Compact fluorescent light bulbs (energy efficient) • Concrete and rubble • Drywall • Electronics (e.g. cameras, cell phones, computers, televisions, VCRs)

For more information on York Region waste management programs and services, please visit or call 1-877-449-9675 ext. 3000.

WASTE DISPOSAL • Household batteries (e.g. AAA, AA, C, D, 9V) • Large metal appliances • Refrigerated appliances* • Scrap metal • Shredded paper (in clear plastic bags) • Tires (limit of four per visit) • Wood (untreated lumber)

• Non-reusable goods* • Non-recyclable goods* NOT ACCEPTED • Household Hazardous Waste • Green Bin organics • Industrial waste • Yard waste • Loads greater than a 14-foot cube van *Items are subject to a fee. †

Goodwill and Habitat for Humanity reserve the right to refuse items they feel are not reusable or resalable.

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Grossi sells Georgina to Chinese business council BY L.H. TIFFANY HSIEH

We want a piece of you, China. That’s the key message from the sales pitches of 13 Ontario mayors who met in Markham Tuesday to discuss that country’s economic impact in what was billed Mayors’ Forum on China. And even if you don’t like what you see, working up an appetite for China is better than saying you

are not interested, executive director of the Canada China Business Council Sarah Kutulakos, which hosted the event at Hilton Suites in Markham, said. “Even if you don’t want to do business with China, you need to have a China strategy,” she said. “It’s in your value chain even if you proactively try not to do business with China.” Six York municipalities were represented at the forum, includ-

Georgina Parking at Sutton Public School

905-722-3544 20858 Dalton Rd., Sutton Home of the Community Meal Every Tuesday 5 pm

Keswick United Church 177 Church St. • 905-476-5532 Sunday Worship/Sunday School 11am A Warm Welcome Awaits You

St. Andrews Presbyterian Dalton Road, Sutton

October 7 at 12:00 pm Bible Studies

7:00 PM* Wed. Family friendly, faith stirring, bible believing * or call 905-989-0006 for more info.

RUSSIAN ORTHODOX "OUR LADY OF SMOLENSK" CHURCH 5 Birch Rd, Jackson's Point. Saturdays & Feastdays Vigil at 7 pm. Sundays and Feastdays Liturgy at 10 am. Very Reverend Michael Orlov. 647-238-1345,

( ). 5 Birch Rd., Jackson's Point. ) 7pm. ( ) 10 am. ( . 647-238-1345,

Cedardale Church Of The Nazerene 471 Pefferlaw Rd., Pefferlaw 10 am Worship Rev. Grant Verdoold BTh, MDiv, SSW Senior Pastor Contact Me! Phone & Fax: 705-437-2170 Email:

We welcome you warmly.

Georgina Gospel Assembly 2435 Glenwoods Rd., East of Woodbine, Keswick

Sunday Services: Prayer Meeting 11:15am Worship Service 12:00pm Tuesday Service 7:00pm

ROMANCATHOLIC CHURCH Immaculate Conception 20916 Dalton Rd., Sutton

MASSES: Sat. 6:00 pm and Sun. 8:30 am

Our Lady of the Lake

129 Metro Rd. N., Keswick MASSES: Sat. 4:00 pm & Sun. 11:00 am

For Daily Mass times call the church office at 905-476-0097 Pastor: Reverend Sherwin Holandez WELCOME

every Thursday 4:30 - 6:30 pm

Harvest Family Community Church DOVE Christian Fellowship Canada We welcome you to join us as we worship our Lord in an informal House Church setting.

Sunday Gathering 10:30 a.m. 85 Osbourne St., Roches Point Pastor Lynn Ironside

Anglican Worship Christ Church Roches Point Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Community Assistance Ministry Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Call (905) 722-3059 x 21 To make a private appointment

905-476-8875 (messages only)

We warmly invite you to worship with us For more information on all our church ministries please call 905-722-3059

Anglican Parish of Georgina

Maple Hill Baptist Church

Sunday Services

215 Glenwoods Dr. Keswick • Church Office (905)722-3726

St. James Church ~ 31 River St., Sutton Opening October 14th St. George’s Church ~ 408 Hedge Rd., Sibbald Pt. 8:00am Said Eucharist 10:30am Choral Eucharist All are Welcome Rev. Susanne McKim


Sunday Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Awana and Adult Sunday School is Sunday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Nursery Provided

Pastor Chad Houghton

Sunday Morning Church Time 11am

A Family Church Est. 1821

The Congregational Christian Churches of Canada

(Corner of Market St. & Fairpark Lane)

All are welcome!

45 Atherton Crescent


Rev. Ted Grady (905) 722-3742

Pastor Ronald Gosse 905-476-9155

Keswick Christian Church

Sunday School & Supervised Nursery

Home of the Community Meal

6779 Smith Blvd • 905-722-7783

Follow the Yellow Signs


“You don’t say, ‘Here’s your chicken ball. Welcome to Niagara Falls,’” he said. Waterloo Mayor Brenda Halloran has gone further, even though she doesn’t speak the language. She is the first Canadian mayor to have an account on Sina Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter where she’s popularly dubbed as “Auntie Mayor”. “Who would have heard of Waterloo in China? But now they have.”

10 a.m. Sunday Service

For other services please phone for times.

Engaging Family Spirituality in Egypt’s Historic Country Church!

Pastor Bill Dunbar

United Church of Canada

Rev. Marg Smith

LIVING WATERS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Sun. 11:00 am Worship/S. School Mon. 10:30 am Prayer Time Thurs. 7:30 pm Bible Study

“I’ve got the best of both worlds,” Mr. Grossi said, adding a future university is “coming down the pipe very soon”. “(Chinese people) not only want to have access to the 400-series highways, they also want leisure options,” Mr. Grossi said. But before digging in, people should make an effort to understand Chinese culture, customs and learn Mandarin, Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati said.

P laces of W orship

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church Sunday Service 10 am

Georgina Baptist Church

ing Georgina Mayor Robert Grossi, Aurora Mayor Geoffrey Dawe, Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti, Richmond Hill Mayor Dave Barrow, Vaughan Councillor Sandra Yeung Racco and Whitchurch-Stouffville Mayor Wayne Emmerson. Vaughan Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua was in Italy on a trade mission. Mr. Grossi made the case that his town is “above it all” and is the “next horizon”.


Pastors Doug & Jeannie Neufeld

Belhaven Free Methodist Church A Christian community of faith celebrating the power of God to heal and deliver. It has been our experience that to rely on God wholeheartedly is to live the miracle daily!

Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Junior Church: ages 4-11 yrs. Pastor Michael Gibney 905-476-7692

25152 Warden just north of Old Homestead Rd. ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the LORD Almighty. Zech 4:6

Welcome For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in Him should - John 3:16 not perish, but have everlasting life.

Sun Morning 10:30 - noon Sun Evening 6 -7 pm Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 - 8:30 pm Thursday Kid’s Club 7:30 - 8:15 pm (6-11 yrs) Friday Night Youth 7:30 - 9:30 pm (12-17 yrs) Pastor Hal Arthurs

905-476-4548 • Corner of Woodbine & Old Homestead Rd. Loving God and Others Through Jesus Christ

Sunday Services 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.

St. Paul’s Church Keswick Sunday Service & Church School 11:00 a.m. Priest in Charge Fr. Jeffrey Hall Church Office: (905) 476-3491 Website:

Keswick Presbyterian Church

Family Worship Sunday at 10:30am 23449 Woodbine Ave., Keswick Website:

THE “DAWN” CHRISTADELPHIANS BELHAVEN COMMUNITY HALL ~ 25184 Warden Avenue, Belhaven ON Write for: FREE Bible Correspondence Course and/or Bi-Monthly Magazine: “LIGHT ON A NEW WORLD.” Dawn Christadelphians, P.O. Box 931, Sutton West, Ontario L0E 1R0 Tel: 905-722-5922 • E-mail: • Website:

IN GOD WE TRUST A recent article in “Israel Today” magazine reported information of a survey conducted in Israel asking the question of who they should look to for help from their enemies. A solid majority answered “they are looking to God, and God-fearing allies” to bring deliverance. Centuries ago, Israel was admonished by God not to go down to Egypt for help, or rely on horses, or in the multitude of their chariots and in the great strength of their horsemen, but to look to the Holy One of Israel, their God, for help in time of need (Isaiah 31:1). It seems modern Israel is heeding again that warning. How important for us also, as Christians, to look to God for help in times of need. The Psalmist tells us to “put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help. His breath goes forth, he returns to the earth; in that day his thoughts perish. Happy is he that has the God of Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the Lord His God, which made heaven and earth, the sea and all therein.” Psalm 146: 3-6. The founding fathers of both Canada and United States of America were not ashamed of their faith in God and publicly stated: “In God we trust”. Read and study your Bible to learn more of why you should trust in God. Enrol in our free Bible Correspondence Course and familiarize yourself with the message of the Bible – God’s plan of salvation for all mankind.

Email: Telephone: 905 476 8824 or 1 905 898 9353 Canada Post: Box 931, Sutton West, On L0E 1R0

Brake Auto Service in the City Business Mall in Keswick is growing and diversifying to better meet customer demand. A big part of that recent expansion is the addition of a second mechanic, Gregory Bowler, to the Brake team. In addition to providing service for all makes and models of vehicles, Mr. Bowler brings a wealth of experience in small engine repair, including ATVs, snowmobiles and lawnmowers. It’s all part of a renewed effort to expand a long list of services under the helm of


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head mechanic Jim Day, a licensed technician with over 10 years of experience. Current customers are already familiar with the Napa certified auto repair shop, however, they will be pleased to discover Mr. Day performs a whole host of after-market installations in addition to standard repair and replacement. Mr. Day specializes in lift installs on trucks in conjunction with the Newmarket company On All Fours. In addition, recent upgrades to diagnostic equipment in the past few months mean less time and inconvenience for customers, who need their vehicles back quickly and fixed right the first time. Brake Auto, located at Woodbine Avenue just south of Church Street, has also expanded its business hours to better serve its clientele. Open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., it is now open Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. For a limited time only, while your car is being

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Career Development

Career Development

Career Development








TAXI DRIVERS Part time and full time. Good driving record an asset. Call 289-338-7979 Technical/ Skilled Trades



FRAMER and SKILLED LABOURER NEEDED with tools for Home Additions in Newmarket & Aurora



Email resume

PROFESSIONALS required immediately. We offer: • One of the best pay plans in York Region • Demo or car allowance • Full benefit package • Salary

Office/ Administration

We are currently experiencing large volumes of traffic.

We Need You!!!

Only experienced automotive sales professionals need apply to: Randy Winstone@ fax: (905)841-7217








Twin Hills Ford Lincoln Ltd. requires Full time

Receptionist Typing required. Willing to train.

Please call 905-884-4441 15815 Yonge Street, Aurora




Chiropractic clinic looking for a part time Receptionist. 20 hrs/ week on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays. Please email


A Privately Owned ISO registered company with 4 mfg. facilities in Ontario, with an opportunity for a

Technical Shift Manager The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years in a manufacturing/supervision environment and the ability to follow detailed procedures related to all production activities during their shift. Key measurable include Efficiency, Recovery, Downtime, Scrap and Health & Safety. Remuneration will be heavily weighted to the positive results of the Key Measurable. Please reply in confidence to:

Health Care/Medical


Wanted for Newmarket clinic. Background in Kine/Personal Training an asset. Email resumes to: newmarketphysio

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Career Development

Career Development

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Senior Retail Manager We are looking for an experienced Retail Manager to maintain high standards and execute product flow. Min 5 yrs experience in similar role. Fax resume attn. Mark 905-895-3000 or email Only those applicants considered will be contacted.




for winter sanding. Must have clean abstract and be within 45 mins. of Hwy 400/ Rutherford Rd. area. Previous experience an asset. Weekly stand-by + hrly wage

Please fax resume 905-727-2207



NMG, a National Marketing Corporation based in Newmarket, Ontario, that operates marketing groups in a variety of industries, is seeking a self-motivated individual to assume the following position:


Responsibilities: • Understand, explain and apply payroll and benefit policies, principles and legislation • Process accurate and timely bi-weekly payroll and administer benefits for 50+ employees • Build and maintain professional internal and external relationships • Assist with the development of HR policies and maintain information, documents and forms • Prepare payroll journal entries, account reconciliations, budgets, and variance analysis • Maintain Corporate Manual and Employee Handbook on intranet • Fulfill Certified Management Member role of Joint Health and Safety Committee Qualifications: • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and time management skills • 5+ years payroll and benefit administration experience • High level of proficiency in ADP Pay@Work, Word and Excel • Well organized and detail oriented • Preference will be given to members of the Canadian Payroll Association If you are interested in this challenging position, please email your resume including salary expectations to:


Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.






Licensing Coordinator

The Town of Georgina has an immediate opening for a Licensing Coordinator in its Administrative Services Department. The successful candidate will be responsible for issuing various licenses and permits including performing inspections, monitoring and ensuring compliance in accordance with Town of Georgina by-laws and provincial regulations; investigating complaints, reports/evidence preparation and maintenance of associated records and files; registering births, deaths and marriages; processing livestock claims and Line Fence Act disputes and responding to inquiries/complaints from the public, staff and government agencies. To apply for this position you have formal academic training in Law Enforcement, Policing and Criminal Justice or related discipline, a minimum of two years related experience in municipal licensing and bylaws, working knowledge of pertinent by-laws, regulations, processes and Acts and have a general knowledge of municipal elections processes. You have a valid Ontario Class "G" driver's license in good standing and the availability to work flexible hours as required. The wage range for this position is $27.09 - $30.10 per hour. A complete job description is available on our website at Qualified applicants are invited to submit a detailed resume with cover letter indicating how your experience meets our requirements. Please apply on or before Thursday, October 18, 2012, quoting file J.2012-68, to Town of Georgina, Human Resources Office, 26557 Civic Centre Road, Keswick, ON L4P 3G1; E-mail The Town of Georgina is an equal opportunity employer. Recognizing that the Town is a diverse community, we encourage applications from all qualified individuals. We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Personal information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of candidate selection.

Technical/ Skilled Trades

Technical/ Skilled Trades


Yonge St. & Bristol Rd. Newmarket location NOW HIRING! • P/T Tire & Lube Express Must be willing to work days, evenings + weekends - Must have a valid drivers license. Please apply in person 17940 Yonge St.

Technical/ Skilled Trades


for sawmill in Keswick. Must have general knowledge of hydraulics, electrical and conveyor systems. Able to work with mig or stick weld. Pay commensurate with experience. 905-476-3422 Fax: 905-476-4885

Computer/IT Technical/ Skilled Trades

Technical/ Skilled Trades

Busy Service Department Requires

SERVICE ADVISOR Salary/bonus pay + benefits ADP/Chrysler experience an asset Please forward resume to: Fax or email: (905) 898-4729 Attn: Mark Praught Technical/ Skilled Trades

Technical/ Skilled Trades

Roof Technician Required Requirements: valid driver’s license, leak detection skills, compartment in new roof installations & repairs including modified bitumen, built-up roof (B.U.R.), EPDM, PVC & TPO, experience required. Please respond by mail to: Specified Roofing Contractors Inc. 80 Dunning Avenue Aurora, ON L4G 0R2 By Fax: (905) 727-0052 By Email: or

Technical/ Skilled Trades



An unnamed company in Aurora is looking for a full time Computer Technician. The successful candidate will provide systems and software support for computers and associated networks. You will have a solid working knowledge of installing and configuring workstations. You will be able to maintain, analyze, troubleshoot and repair computer systems, hardware and computer peripherals. You will be able to support and maintain user account information including rights, security and systems groups. A working knowledge of Active Directory, Lotus Notes and Linux would be an asset. We offer a competitive wage and benefit package as well as a Profit Sharing Plan. Interested candidates please e-mail resumes to: or mail to: Box #100, c/o Era/Banner, 580B Steven Court, Newmarket, ON L3Y 6Z2 no later than October 12, 2012.




SOFTWARE DEVELOPER ENGINEER REQUIRED Job Description Design and develop embedded software in conjunction with the current hardware development. Familiarity with embedded processors and programming including TI Chipset MSP430 would be a definite asset. Also research, develop, design, and provide documentation to support GUI software development for a LCD display. Strong programming skills in C are needed for this processor development and knowledge of a higher level language such as C# would be beneficial for writing the calibration program. Essential Duties and Responsibilities • Evaluate and support software design modifications to eliminate causes of malfunctions or in response to changes in system requirements. • Work with engineering staff to evaluate interfaces between hardware and software, and operational and performance requirements of overall systems. • Develop software system testing procedures, programming, and documentation, in conjunction with present test console. • Analyzes test data and reports to determine if design meets functional and performance specifications including industry and regulatory standards of compliance. Education and/or Experience • Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science, or Electrical Engineering, or other science majors. • 5-7 years experience in embedded microprocessor Software development. • Strong programming experience in C++, C & Assembly Language(s) experience is a plus. • Familiarity with basic electrical measurements and knowledge of electrical metering standards is highly desirable. • Strong written skills with knowledge of Microsoft Office, specifically Word and Excel. Please submit your resume to We wish to thank all applicants but only those considered will be contacted.

Office/ Administration

Office/ Administration

Office/ Administration

Customer Service Representative - Direct Mail Transcontinental PLM, located in Aurora is in need of an experienced Direct Mail Customer Service Representative. You are responsible to implement and manage direct mail (DM) orders through all phases of manufacturing. • Key client contact daily for production issues; • Create and distribute production instructions, data processing specifications, documents and proofs as required; • Verify client's product at various stages, i.e. review proofs, data reports, signoffs, and samples; • Work within the Quality Management System and the Health, Safety and Environmental Management System Qualifications: • Minimum three (3) years experience in direct mail; • Strong interpersonal, oral and written communications skills; • Solid understanding of data processing, forms composition, Canada Post and the manufacturing of Direct Mail projects (in-line and offline inkjet, laser personalization, lettershop); • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple priorities simultaneously. Individuals interested should send their résumé to attention: Renee McFarland, Human Resources Manager Transcontinental PLM, 275 Wellington Street East, Aurora, Ontario L4G 6J9 Office/ Administration

Office/ Administration

Health Care/Medical


MATURE OFFICE ASSISTANT Required Sales and customer service experience needed. Flexible hours. Wage negotiable. Call Michelle at 905-898-3758 between 12- 4pm, Monday - Friday or fax resume to 905-898-0266

We thank all interested candidates, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Adult disabled female looking for


PSW certificate an asset. Morning hours. Call 905-252-9010 Drivers

CALL CENTRE POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN RICHMOND HILL. Prerequisites: computer literate, good command of English language. Hourly rate plus incentive. Fax resume 905.884.3304 or email:

INDEPENDENT COURIER Driver Busy Courier Company requires full-time Independent Brokers with their own vehicle (car, wagon, minivan or 5 tonne truck (part-time or fulltime). Must have a minimum of 12 months experience. Email: info@ or Call: 905-884-3999

Restaurants/ Hospitality

KITCHEN HELP P/T or F/T req'd immediately Exp. with Asian cooking. Golden Bell Thai Restaurant 16925 Yonge St. Newmarket

Call 416-720-6316 905-954-0377 Teaching Opportunities

Required immediately in Sutton


Maternity leave and all school vacations for infant program. 2:30pm-6pm Monday-Friday. Fax resume 905-722-5345 or call 905-252-9253 General Help

Telemarketing Ontario's largest community broadcasting agency seeking phone pros selling radio commercial airtime! Top commission + bonuses Call now 905-967-1193 Parker Cleaners P/T SALES CLERK

Great secondary income potential!!! Evenings & weekends. Benefits. Competitive wages. Flexible hours.

PAID TRAINING. Call Joe 905-727-8122

Senior Bakery Maintenance Technician Exp. on flow wrapper/ pack.equip. Electrical/ pneumatic exp. Email: admin@ Car required. Small friendly cleaning company needs honest RELIABLE F/T people with a strong work ethic who love to clean (days). Newmarket, Keswick, Aurora $11.50/ hr. (905)955-8840


with 3+ years experience required for work in Newmarket and GTA.

Please call 289-231-4894 or email ryan_sullivan@

Sales Opportunities

General Help

General Help

General Help

General Help



Wanting a real go-getter to canvass houses. Up to $20.00 per hour. Must have own vehicle. Fax: 905-726-8104 Dental


Fast paced family dental practice in Newmarket requires an eager, enthusiastic, positive LEVEL 2 DENTAL ASSISTANT evenings required. Part-time possibly leading to permanent. Please fax resume to: Dr. Brian Croppo 905-836-8249 or email to: Health Care/Medical

Health Care/Medical


At The Roxborough Retirement Residence in Newmarket to prepare and serve nutritious meals and assist in supervision of dietary personnel. Successful completion of Red Seal Certification & Safe Food Handling Certificate. Must be able to communicate both written & verbally in English. *Offers of employment are subject to criminal record checks. Please send resumes to or Fax: 905-853-4928 Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


A Pharmacy in Aurora is looking for a Full Time Permanent Registered Pharmacy Technician. Competitive pay, benefits and no weekends! Candidates must be registered or pursuing registration as a Pharmacy Technician with the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP). All interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to no later than October 12th, 2012. Teaching Opportunities

Teaching Opportunities

PART-TIME WAREHOUSE ASSEMBLY POSITIONS AVAILABLE Reliable people are required for part-time Warehouse Assembly and Inserting machine positions. The successful candidates will: • Be extremely reliable. • Be strong team players. • Be hard workers. • Be able to do some heavy lifting. • Provide their own safety footwear. • Be able to work weekdays and weekends. Morning and Afternoon shifts are available on the inserting machine.

Please fax resume to Dawn Erhardt (905)727-2909 or email to or you can apply in person at 250 Industrial Pkwy N Aurora, Ontario Join Canada’s Leading Natural Pharmaceutical Company Customer Service Representative We are a natural pharmaceutical company with over twenty years experience in educating and selling to healthcare practitioners. We are looking for a highly motivated team player with at least 1-2 years experience in a customer care environment to fill a 1 Year Contract Position based in Richmond Hill. As a member of our Customer Care team, you will be responsible for handling inbound calls, order processing, issue resolution, and cross selling. Desired qualifications are high school diploma, with a college diploma preferred, and basic MS Office Skills. Please submit a cover letter and your resume by email: or Fax: (905) 508-2055


Skelton Truck Lines requires a qualified QA person to work in our QA & Validation departments. • Knowledge of GMP for pharmaceutical • Knowledge of computer systems (Microsoft, Excel, Office, etc.) • High attention to detail in reviewing documents for accuracy • Experience in non conformance review & documentation • Conducting internal audits • Flexible with the ability to respond quickly to change • Excellent communication skills (verbal & written)

Email resume to:

Structural Steel Fabrication Company in Sunderland Ontario is seeking a Full Time Qualified Shop Foreman (Fabrication/ Welding). Applicant must be CWB Certified and have a minimum of 5 years experience. Interested applicants should send a detailed resume by email to:

Wages dependent on experience and knowledge.

Bramden Precision is a Manufacturer of Aerospace Components Located in Newmarket. We currently have several openings: CNC Lathe/Mill, Operator/Set-up (Willing to Train) Nightshift Supervisor Experience with Complex close tolerance work will be an asset. Wage is Commensurate with Experience. Fax resume or E-mail to:

Apartments for Rent

Apartments for Rent

Houses for Rent

SALES MANAGER Looking for a passionate, hard working individual to join the Gabie's family and be the face of Gabie's Boutique. This career opportunity is great for someone from the big box retail management world who's looking to grow into a career position. Send resume to:

KESWICK- 3 bedroom ground floor $1200+. Also, 1 bedroom basement, $900+. Both: +1/2 utlilities & 1300sqft. Non-smoking/ pets. 905-955-5071

NEWMARKET- (SUNNYPOINT) 3 bedroom, upper. New flooring, freshly painted. Near schools, transit. Laundry, parking, yard. $1450 inclusive. Oct. 1st. 905-960-1127

KESWICK- NEW 4 bedroom house. $1600. Available immediately. Woodbine/ Arlington. 647-349-0788, 416-821-1213

Restaurants/ Hospitality 1ST COOK/PANTRY Cook/Retail Market Clerk for Chinook Express Restaurant in Aurora. Must be hard working and well organized. Only experienced need apply. Send resume to:

Apartments for Rent AURORA- 1 bedroom apartment available November 1st. Clean, quite building close to all amenities. $1000 inclusive. No dogs. 905-727-0459 AURORA(BAYVIEW/ Wellington) 2 bedroom basement, separate entrance/ laundry, cable, internet. $1100 inclusive. Immediately. Non-smoking/ pets. Ist/ last/ credit. 416-949-7206 AURORABRIGHT bachelor basement apt, laundry, A/C. Steps to Yonge & transit. $700 inclusive. No smoking/ pets. November 1st. 416-717-1155

GENERAL FARM HELP REQUIRED AZ/ DZ Licence. Large equipment experience, dozer, excavator, etc. Competitive wages. Call: 905-775-2889 Fax 905-775-8135 or e-mail

AURORA- BRIGHT, spacious 1 bedroom basement, quiet home, newly renovated, laundry, cable, internet, parking. Oct. 1st. $950 inclusive. 905-713-5636 AURORA- CLEAN, 2 bedroom basement, separate entrance, laundry, parking. Non-smoking/ pets. First/ last. References. $975. inclusive. Nov. 1st. 905-727-2553


AURORA- SPACIOUS, 1+ bedroom basement, separate entrance, new carpet. Suit professional. Nonsmoking/ pets. $925. 289-221-6910

For details: Mr. Alden 1-888-521-1711

AURORA- YONGE/ Wellington. 3 bedroom lower. 2-parking. 2 entrances. Laundry. Non-smoking/ pets. $1225+ hydro. (heating/ water included) November 1st. 905-727-4040

to deliver Canada's largest newspaper door to door, early mornings, 7 & 6 days/week on established routes in Aurora & Newmarket. Must have reliable vehicle. Excellent delivery credit earned.

JR. PRODUCTION ARTIST WANTED Leading Promotional Company is seeking a graphic artist for production-type work. Primarily setting up art proofs, no creative work involved. Must have experience on PC platforms and Adobe Illustrator. Langstaff/Dufferin area. Email resume to:

FACTORY POSITIONS AVAILABLE A growing HVAC manufacturer located in Newmarket, Ontario is currently seeking to fill positions for General Assemblers. o Must be Reliable o Factory experience would be an asset o Competitive wages and benefit program o Over time available Apply in Person to: Engineered Air 1175 Twinney Drive, Newmarket, ON Or by Email to: employment.newmarket@



Valid driver's license, clean record. An eye for detail. Apply in person: STERNE ACURA 15795 Yonge St., Aurora (905)841-1400

Construction work for 4 to 6 months. ICF experience preferred. Must have Whmis and Fall Arrest prior to starting. Email

BRADFORD- BRIGHT 2 bedroom upper, balcony, hardwood, transit, parking. $850+. Available December 1st. 905-478-1614, 416-898-3580 BRADFORDGROUND level 1+ bedroom, private walk-out, furnished, A/C, TV. Parking. $850. References. End of September. Non-smoking/ pets. (416)805-5628, 905-775-4900 BRADFORD- LOVELY 1 bedroom apt., century home, 5 minutes north of Bradford $650. Suits single professional. Nonsmoking/ pets. Immediately. (905)775-7983 HOLLAND LANDINGGreat location, backyard, beautiful, newly renovated 2 bedroom apt., hardwood floors, new appliances, parking. No dogs. $950. (905)715-1430 KESWICK- 2 bedroom basement. $1100+ 50% hydro. Stove/ fridge/ laundry. No pets, non-smoking. Available immediately. Suits professional couple. 905-476-5299

KESWICK CENTRALBright, spacious 2 bedroom. Parking. $950. inclusive. Non-smoking/ pets. Available immediately. 905-989-1084

QUEEN/ MAIN St., Newmarket. Newly decorated. Extra large 2 bedroom, must see! Near all amenities. No pets/ smoking. $1150. Available now. KESWICK LAKEFRONT. 905-715-5106 $650+ bachelor. $850 2 bedroom. 1st/ security. Ba- QUEENSVILLE- 3 bedsic cable. No pets. Imme- room, 2 storey. Laundry, diately 416-497-9246 parking, yard, $1350 inclusive. No pets/ smoking. KESWICKSPACIOUS, Nov. 1st. 905-252-9405, newly renovated 2 bed- 905-830-9428 room, dead-end street, steps to lake, transit. QUEENSVILLE- LOVELY Cable, 2 parking. Non- Country Setting. 3 bedsmoking/ pets. $1200 in- room upper of house. clusive. 905-476-5266 $1595 all inclusive. Available November 1st. KETTLEBY- 1 bedroom, Ryis Properties main floor, $950. first/ last. 905-727-1102 Non-smoking/ pets. (905)727-7790 STONEHAVEN- BRIGHT KING CITY- Jane/ 16th basement apt. 1100sqft. 2 Ave. 1 bedroom walk-out bedroom walkout, yard, basement. Parking, cable, parking, laundry. $1300. Non-smoking. extra storage. Non-smok- inclusive. ing/ pets. $850. all inclu- Pets welcome. Oct. 15th. 905-830-1900 sive. (416)856-4371 MOUNT ALBERT- 1 bedroom, includes hydro, SUMMERHILL- 2 bedroom water, heat, parking. New basement, laundry, a/c, kitchen. $825 inclusive. separate entrance. Parking. No pets. $850. inclu416-557-6488 sive. Available October NEWMARKET1 bed- 16th. Call (905)836-7770 room main floor house, no or 416-939-5880 pets/ smoking. Available 2 bedroom, Nov. 1st. $895+ heat. SUTTONsplit level duplex. Parking. (905)895-6317 $1000. inclusive. First/ last. NEWMARKET- 2 bdrm. References required. No bsmnt. - Davis/ Longford. pets. Available Dec. 1st. Laundry, A/C $1100 incl., 905-722-8581 No pets/ smoking. November 1st, 2012 $1,100 incl. Unregistered apartments could be unsafe. F&L 905-235-4497 Ask to see your landlord’s NEWMARKET- 2 bedregistration certificate. room, 2 bath apartment. Town of East Gwillimbury. Excellent location. $1450+ hydro. Available immediately. 416-986-1644, Townhouses for Rent 416-948-4670 NEWMARKET: BEAUTI- AURORA- EXECUTIVE 3 FUL, spacious, legal 1 bedroom, 2 bath, high end bedroom basement, great finishes. $1500.+. First/ location. Private entrance, last. Non-smoking/ pets. patio, parking, 4 pc bath, Credit check, references. immediately. a/c, laundry, storage. Suits Available quiet single or couple, non- 1-705-727-2184 smokers, no dogs, referBAences. $975.00 incl. Must NEWMARKETsee! October 21. THURST/ Mulock. 2 bedroom, freshly painted, 905-726-8000. friendly neighbourhood, full NEWMARKET- BRIGHT, basement, private yard, 1 bedroom basement, fur- garage, $1151.+ utilities. nished, separate entrance, Immediate. 905-898-1007, parking, deck. Non-smok- ext.2712 ing/ pets. $900+. Suits ma- ture single. Short/ long NEWMARKETBAterm. (416)540-5137 THURST/ Mulock. 3 bedroom, freshly painted, NEWMARKET CENTRALbright bachelor, self con- friendly neighbourhood, full tained, parking. Non-smok- basement, private yard, ing/ pets. Suits mature garage, $1207.+ utilities. individual. $700. inclusive. Immediate. 905-898-1007, ext.2712 905-830-4829 NEWMARKET- LARGE 1 bedroom basement, walkout, share laundry, parkHouses for Rent ing, cable. $1050 inclusive. Non-smoking/ pets/ Suits professional. Available AURORA- 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, central location, now. 289-264-0496, cell. steps to Yonge. Available NEWMARKET- LARGE 4 Oct. 15th. $1200+ utilities. message bedroom, main/ upper lev- Leave els 3 bathrooms, living (905)727-1935 ext. 23 room/ dining room. Appliances. Laundry room. Gar- BAYVIEW/ MULOCK 3 age, parking. $1600.+ bedroom, newly renovated, semi, entire house, park(416)721-6001. ing, 5 appliances, a/c. pets. NEWMARKET- LOVELY 2 Non-smoking/ bedroom basement, $1600+. November 15th $975+. 2 parking. Laundry 289-221-2355 on-site. Laminate flooring. A/C. Near all amenities. BRADFORD- Under new Beautiful November 1st. management! 905-727-1102, Ryis Prop- newly renovated Large 1 & 2 bedroom suites. $895+ erties. hydro & $995+ hydro. No Laundry onsite. NEWMARKETQUIET pets. building. Heating, parking Close to all amenities. Ryis included. Large 2 bed- Properties 905-727-1102. room apts. Non-smoking/ BRADFORD- NEW 3 bedpets. 647-930-6347 room bungalow, 2 bathSUTTON- NICE, clean, 2 rooms, walk-out bedroom, $895. inclusive. basement. 1700+. First/ Non-smoking/ pets. First/ last/ references. Nonlast. References. smoking/ pets. December 905-722-8700 1st. Kathy 905-717-3014 .

KESWICK- ON Lake Drive South. 2 bedrooms. New gas furnace. $900.+. No dogs. Immediate. 416-219-9088 NEWMARKET- 4 bedrooms, 5 appliances, laundry room, garage, parking, $1650+. Immediately. 905-967-0425, 289-500-9911 NEWMARKET- BEAUTIFUL 2-storey century house, 3 bedrooms, appliances, garden, 2 car parking, non-smoking/ pets. October 20th. $1350+. 905-726-0350, 705-456-6993 after-7pm NEWMARKET- SEMI, 3 bedrooms, close to transit and shopping, $1195+ utilities. 905-830-2915

Rooms for Rent and Wanted LESLIE/ DAVIS. Quiet furnished room, fireplace, cable/ internet, parking, laundry. No pets/ smoking. Mature professional female. $475. Available immediately. (905)853-7328 NEWMARKETCONDO room. $550. Davis/ Lorne, bus/ GO train. Non-smoking/ pets. Occasional cooking and visiting. Lease. Mature male. Clean, quiet. 905-895-6759 SMOKE FREE furnished bedroom in friendly home. Includes kitchen, satellite and internet. On bus route. 905-535-0507

Shared Accommodations KING CITY- Jane/ 16th Ave. Share 4000sq.ft executive estate home. Non-smoking/ pets. $550. inclusive. Share facilities on 3 floors. (416)856-4371 MT. ALBERT- 3600sq.ft. executive house, laundry, A/C, internet, cable, nonsmoking/ pets; 2 bedrooms, private bathroom, garage parking, $925. Immediately. 416-707-4038 ROOMMATE NEEDED. Share 1000sq.ft. 2 bedroom walk-out basement. Fireplace, parking, cable/ internet, deck, $550. per bedroom, Musselman's Lake area. Female preferred 416-908-8796 SHARED ACCOMMODATION in 3 bedroom bungalow; separate entrance; all inclusive rent. Non smoking; No pets; references; credit check. Call for more details 416-821-2095 SUTTON- ROOM for rent in shared, spacious townhouse, parking, wireless internet. Near YRT route/ Hwy#48. $450. Immediate. 905-722-7642

Retirement Living PRIVATE RETIREMENT home with rooms available in Holland Landing. Minutes North of N e w m a r k e t . 9 0 5 - 7 1 5 - 7 7 8 5 / 416-931-1533

Office/Business Space for Rent/Wanted 1330 SQ.FT. central Newmarket location. Also: 900 sq.ft. finished basement. Please call 905-235-3373 or 905-960-7737

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Death Notices

WAINWRIGHT, Elizabeth Helen Passed away between one breath and another at Toronto General Hospital on Friday, September 28th, 2012 in the company of loving friends at the age of 64 years. Sister of Andrew Wainwright of Halifax and predeceased by her mother, Elizabeth Wadsworth also of Halifax and Toronto. Elizabeth was born on September 20, 1948 in Toronto. Her education was accomplished in Toronto and Newmarket and after completing her bachelor's degree at York University and her Master's at OISE she taught in the public school system in Scarborough and in York Region. After teaching from 1972 until 1993 she finished as a specialist in Special Education and then retired due to ill health. She waged a long and determined battle against severe health problems for most of her adult life having had a kidney transplant in 1979 which lasted with various attendant health complications until 2004. After spending 3 years on home dialysis she received another kidney donated by a friend in 2007. A life-long animal lover, Elizabeth had many great days with her beloved cats and enjoyed the company of many treasured friends. A fan of old movies, mysteries, and Coronation Street, she was also a long-time member of MENSA. Throughout her difficult times her courage was always evident and she kept her wonderful sense of humour. Friends called at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. S., Newmarket on Wednesday, October 3rd from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the chapel on Thursday, October 4th at 1:00 p.m. followed by interment at Newmarket Cemetery. If desired, donations in memory of Elizabeth can be made to any animal welfare or environmental group of the donor's choice.

Thank You Notes

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our family and friends for attending our 50th Wedding Anniversary open house. Each and every one of you helped to make this milestone in our life so memorable and special for us. Sincerely, Ed and Donna Martin

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MILLER, Lois Elizabeth Passed away peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 85 years of age. Beloved mother of Mary Miller, Rick (Marilyn) Miller and David Miller. Proud grandmother of Christopher (Stephanie) and Brad (Stephanie). Great grandmother of Michael, Travis and Ella. Predeceased by brother Bill Grant and sister Evelyn Hadcock (Grant). A Memorial Service will be held at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main St. South, Newmarket on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 2 p.m. with one hour of visitation prior. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation. Online condolences at

THOMPSON, Shirley Elizabeth Peacefully at Champlain Manor, Orillia, on Thursday, September 27, 2012. Shirley, nee Cousins, beloved wife of the late Bill. Loving mother of Paul and his wife Penny of Prescott, Gini and her husband David Harrington of Orillia, Jamie and his wife Lynne of Aurora and Steve and his wife Laura Lee of Hillsdale. Gramma will be fondly remembered by her grandchildren Jay, Lee, Daniel, Jared, Scott, Christian, Brier and Aundrea. Will be sadly missed by her nieces and nephews. A special thanks to Dr. Lowry and the staff of Champlain Manor for their excellent care and compassion. Funeral Service was held at the Aurora United Church, 15186 Yonge Street, Aurora on Tuesday, October 2 at 2:00 p.m. with visitation one hour prior. Private family interment Aurora Cemetery. Donations to a charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Thompson Funeral Home, Aurora, 905-727-5421,

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ROBINSON, Richard Charles (Dick) Passed away peacefully in his 83rd year while surrounded by his family on September 30, 2012 at Southlake Regional Health Centre. Dick Robinson, beloved husband of Joyce for almost sixty years. Dick was a loving father to Rick (Maxine) Robinson, Bonnie (Don) Holledge, Robert (Patricia) Robinson, Rusty (Louise) Robinson, Roger (Allison) Robinson and Barbara (Greg) Sutton. He was also a proud grandfather of eighteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren. He also leaves his sister Joan (John) Anstead and their daughters Linda and Wendy of Roebuck, and niece Linda Willett of Sudbury. Dick was employed for forty-three years at Ontario Hydro throughout the province. He was proud to serve as a volunteer fire fighter for twenty-five years in both Cobourg and Newmarket. He was honoured to receive the Sportsman of the Year Award in Cobourg and the 1994 Citizen of the Year Award in Newmarket. Dick was an active community volunteer being involved over the years in Kanata, minor hockey, junior hockey, men's league hockey and fastball. Dick was a loyal member of Branch 426 Newmarket Legion and a proud member of their colour party. At Dick's request, a cremation and private family service will take place. Those interested in donations, in memory of Dick, are encouraged to give to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Toronto Hospital for Sick Children or the charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made at

BALL, Mary Elizabeth (nee Uhryonwich) Peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, on Friday, September 28, 2012 in her 100th year. Mary Ball, formerly of Bradford and Baldwin, beloved wife for 71 years to the late Arthur Ball. Dear mother of William Ingles and his wife Mary of Innisfil, Margo Danby and her husband Ted Footitt of Bracebridge, Arva Link and her husband John of Sutton, and Sharon Seaman and her husband Laurent Pieau of Lefroy. Lovingly remembered by her grandchildren and great grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held in the chapel of the Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home, 20846 Dalton Road, Sutton, Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. Visitation one hour prior. Memorial donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Memorial condolences may be made at

BARBER, Joan Ethel (née Stamp) of Bobcaygeon, peacefully passed away at Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay on Monday, October 1, 2012 in her 72nd year. Beloved wife of Clifford for 51 years. Loving mother of Laurie (Mike), and Rob (Paula). Dear grandmother of Meagan, Evan and Cameron. Dear sister of Eveline and Cathie. Family and friends will be received at MONK FUNERAL HOME, 6 Helen Street, Bobcaygeon (705-738-3222 or 866-393-0063) for a Memorial Service in the Monk Chapel on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. If desired, memorial donations to Heart & Stoke Foundation would be appreciated. Messages of condolence, donations, memories and photos may be placed at

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DEROUIN, Judith In loving memory of a Dear Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister and Friend who passed away so suddenly on October 4th, 2005.

JONES, June Louise

Passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with family by her side on Sunday, September 30, 2012 at the age of 75. Predeceased by her loving husband Peter and sons Douglas and Wayne. Dear mother of Darlene, Brian, Nancy, Janet and Forrest. Cherished grandmother and great-grandmother. June will be sadly missed by family and friends. A Celebration of Life Service will be held from the M.W. Becker Funeral Home, 490 The Queensway S., Keswick, 905-476-7711 on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. Family will receive friends from 12:00 p.m. noon until time of service. If desired, donations made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and donations may be made at PEGG, John Ellwood (Sharon, Ontario) John passed away peacefully on September 29, 2012, in his 59th year. We were on the Explorer of the Seas. It was our last evening of our 7 day cruise to Bermuda from New Jersey. John was a loving husband and best friend for 33 years to Diane (LeFort). He was the absolute best father to daughters Melissa and her partner Ryan, Angela and her husband Eric, and son Ryan and his girlfriend Olivia. John was a very proud Papa to his grandson Lucas (3 yrs. old) who was attached to his hip every single day at the barn, and his granddaughter Megan (6 months old) whom he adored to pieces and held on to every single day. He was also very proud when Angela and Eric told him they were going to give him a grandchild in March, 2013. This child will be cherished and loved by Papa from above. John is survived by his brother, David and his daughters' Jocelyn and husband Kai, and son Ben (3 yrs. old) and Jennifer and husband Derek, and son Liam (3 yrs. old). John was predeceased by his father John (Jack) and mother Norma. As per John's wishes, a Celebration of his Life will be held on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Mount Albert Lion's Community Centre, 5057 Mount Albert Road, Mount Albert, Ontario. Family, neighbors and friends are welcome to join us for the service, and fellowship and a light lunch following the service. John also requested that YOU COME CASUALLY DRESSED, as you would if you were visiting him at the farm. The family will not have visitation before the service but looks forward to visiting with everyone after the service and listening to all the lovely stories about John. Please make sure you take time to sign the guest book before leaving the hall on Saturday. The family asks that you refrain from sending flowers and if you wish to make a donation, please make one to your favorite charity in John's memory. Online condolences may be made at

Personals/Companion ALCOHOLICS MOUS905-989-0652, 905-722-5246

No further away than a picture A smile of remembered phrase Our loved one lives in memory So close in so many ways How often has a flower Or crystal autumn sky Brought golden recollections Of happy days gone by. Yes memory has a magic way Of keeping loved ones near Ever close in mind and heart Are the ones we hold most dear. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Gerry, Mark & Jill, Laura & Chris, Kevin, Traci & Lawrence, Pamella, Matthew, Michael, Ashley, Kate, Nicholas and Caden

RUBY, Laird J. In loving memory of a much loved husband, father& grandfather, who passed away six years ago on October 6, 2006. Life is not forever but love is. Forever loved & missed by Wanda, Michael, Steven & their families & Bonnie.

ROSE, Anne In loving memory of a dear sister, aunt and great aunt who passed away October 10, 2008 Sad was the parting, no one call tell, So sudden on earth, the sorrow fell; The blow was hard, The shock severe, To part with one we loved so dear, Dearer still as years depart, Her memory lives forever, in our hearts. Always remembered, never forgotten, Phil, Beth and family.

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HANDYMAN AVAILABLE for home repairs/ improvements: inside & outside. roofing, decks, basement renovations. Gord (905)476-7481

ATTENTION: LOCAL People Needed. Work From Home Online. 5 second commute to your office! Full Training Provided. Call Terri 1-877-439-6520

BELHAVEN- OCTOBER 6 and 8, 8am-4pm. Closed Sunday. Something for everyone. Some Antiques & Collectable's. 3611 Old Homestead Rd. (between Warden/ Kennedy). Rain date: August 6 & 7.


Land Titles Act NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ABSOLUTE TITLE (Subsection 46(2) of the Act) RE: PIN 03515-1010 (LT) TO: John Edward Sanders, the Estate of John Edward Sanders, the beneficiaries of the Estate of John Edward Sanders; Arthur B. Sanders, the Estate of Arthur B. Sanders the beneficiaries of the Estate of Arthur B. Sanders; Henry W. Sanders, the Estate of Henry W. Sanders, the beneficiaries of the Estate of Henry W. Sanders; Arthur Sanders, the Estate of Arthur Sanders, the beneficiaries of the Estate of Arthur Sanders; William Blake Sanders, the Estate of William Blake Sanders, the beneficiaries of the Estate of William Blake Sanders RE: Part of Lots 18 and 19, Concession 9 (NG), designated as Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5, on a draft Plan prepared by David Pesce Surveying, O.L.S., dated May 28, 2012; S/T an Easement in Gross over Part 3 on draft Plan as in Instrument No. YR1606122; S/T an Easement in Gross over Part 4 on draft Plan as in Instrument No. YR1606136; S/T an Easement over Part 5 on draft Plan as in Instrument No. R492869; T/W an Easement over Part 5 on draft Plan as in Instrument No. R576459; Town of Georgina The said draft Reference Plan is available for inspection at the Applicant's solicitor's office located at 8920 Woodbine Avenue, Suite 202, Markham, Ontario L3R 9W9 or the Applicant's surveyor's office located at 43 McCague Crescent, Alliston, Ontario L9R 1A7. TAKE NOTICE THAT 2151028 Ontario Limited, herein called the Applicant, intends to apply to be registered as the owner with an absolute title to the above described land. AND TAKE NOTICE THAT any person claiming to have any title to or interest in the said land or any part of it is required on or before the 5th day of November, 2012 (date at least 30 days after the registration of this notice and the publication of notices) to file a statement of objection, which sets out the nature and extent of the interest claimed in the objection, together with all evidence, documents or legal provisions and precedents relied upon in support of the objection, directed to the land registrar at the address of the solicitor at the following address: 8920 Woodbine Avenue, Suite 202, Markham, Ontario L3R 9W9. If no such statement of objection is filed by the 5th day of November, 2012, the Applicant will proceed with the Application and any interest you may claim in the subject property will thereby be extinguished and you will not be entitled to receive any further notice with respect to the proceedings. DATED at Markham, Ontario this 27th day of September, 2012. 2151028 ONTARIO LIMITED by its Solicitors, Markoff & Shain LLP Per: Howard I. Shain

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS IN THE ESTATE OF SANDRA ALICE COOMBES, DECEASED All claims against the Estate of SANDRA ALICE COOMBES, late of the Township of Georgina, in the Regional Municipality of York, deceased, who died on or about the 20th day of July, 2012, must be filed with the undersigned personal representative of the Estate on or before November 4, 2012. Thereafter, the undersigned will distribute the assets of the Estate having regard only to the claims then filed. DATED at Markham, Ontario, this 17th day of September, 2012. CARL MICHEAL RYAN - Executor By his solicitors CATTANACH HINDSON SUTTON Van VELDHUIZEN LLP 52 Main Street Markham North Markham, Ontario L3P 1X5

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS IN THE ESTATE OF RICHARD WAYNE COOMBES, DECEASED All claims against the Estate of RICHARD WAYNE COOMBES, late of the Township of Georgina, in the Regional Municipality of York, deceased, who died on or about the 26th day November, 2011, must be filed with the undersigned personal representative of the Estate on or before the November 4, 2012. Thereafter, the undersigned will distribute the assets of the Estate having regard only to the claims then filed. DATED at Markham, Ontario, this 17th day of September, 2012. CARL MICHEAL RYAN - Executor By his solicitors CATTANACH HINDSON SUTTON Van VELDHUIZEN LLP 52 Main Street Markham North Markham, Ontario L3P 1X5

Articles for Sale (Misc.) CARPETS- I have several thousand yards of new stainmaster & 100% nylon carpet. Will do living room & hall for $389.00. Includes: carpet, pad, installation (25 yards). Steve 289-464-6049


Birthdays On October 4

Graham McCullough is 60!

Wishing you the happiest of birthdays! Love your family and friends

SEDORE'S SEASONED Firewood- All hard wood: maple+ beech. $320 bush cord. Free local delivery. 905-955-3016

It only seems like yesterday when you were small and new, It’s amazing just how much you’ve grown and the changes you’ve gone through. Happy 1st Birthday Gabriella Love Mommy, Daddy and Madison xoxox

Happy 8th Birthday Hayden!

Happy 30th Birthday Minnie Mellor Wilson! October 8th

#1 CASH for Cars/ Vans/ Trucks. Picked up. Any condition. Any time. Fast free towing. 905-476-5890

Love Shane, Kealy, family & friends! xxoo


Happy 40th Anniversary Bruce & Maureen Ward

October 7, 1972 - October 7, 2012 Love Edward (Melanie), D.J. (Jenni), Lee-Anne (Devlin) & 10 grandchildren xxx Big brother Liam and big sister Ellyanna are thrilled to announce the birth of their baby brother, Ethan Richard Wehmeyer, born on September 21, 2012 at 7:37pm, weighing 6 lbs., 11 oz., and 19.25 inches in length. Proud parents are Ryan and Melissa Wehmeyer and proud grandparents are Bernd and Dolores Wehmeyer, and Manuel and Lucy Moreira. A special thank you to Dr. Rouselle for your continued care and to nurse Kim in the birthing unit.

Upcoming Event OPEN HOUSE 85th Birthday Celebration for Phyllis Wilson

Best Wishes Only

October 5th Love Daddy, Mommy, Kendall, and all your family.

son of Laurice and Mak Farag of Richmond Hill. A June wedding is planned.

JULIANA (nee Martellacci) and DAVID PRETTY are thrilled to announce the birth of their first son, Marcus Alexander, born Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at 5:45 a.m., weighing 7lbs 11oz. Proud grandparents are Edythe & Lester Pretty and Joanne & Buzz Martellacci. Great grandparents are Paul Valenti, Ruth Pinnigar and Cavell Pretty. Guardian angel great grandparents, Doris Valenti, Bill Pinnigar, Len Pretty and Mariano & Filomena Martellacci. Spoiling rights to Zia Vanessa, Zio Paul & Zia Rita and Auntie Erin & Uncle John Paul

1:30-4:30pm Sunday, October 21st at Phyllis & Tom’s home: 6 Boyers Road, Keswick

Vehicles Wanted/Wrecking

$300 TO $2000Dead/ Alive. Cars/ trucks/ vans. Fast Free towing. We sell parts. 416-500-5050

Erin to John Paul Farag,

A fitting quote for the retired postman: Forget the block, when you're sixty, you've been around the entire neighbourhood a few times. - Dane Peddigrew

SOFA BED and love seat, black with design. Good condition, sofa bed needs new mattress. $350 or BO, Tony Little Gazelle exercise machine never used $75.00. 905-252-6736

SEASONED FIREWOOD for sale. 100% hardwood. (905)252-1787

Mr. & Mrs. Lester Pretty are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter,


FRIGIDAIRE HEAVY Duty stackable washer/ dryer. 4 years old. $650 OBO. Call Sharon 905-989-0713






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WAS $25,988

NOW $24,998

2012 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT V-6, auto, 7 passenger, full stow & go, rear air & heat, power seat, power windows/door locks/mirrors/rear vents, AM/FM/CD, aluminum wheels, keyless entry and more. Only 24,537 kms. Balance of factory warranty. Former daily rental. Stock # 13U6.

WAS $49,988

NOW $48,988

2010 DODGE RAM 2500 LARAMIE CREW 4X4 “DIESEL” Cummins Diesel, auto, air, leather seats, p/seats/mirrors/door locks, keyless entry, running boards AM/FM/CD and much more. Loaded! Only 29,038 kms. Balance of factory warranty. Stock #12116A

2012 Jeep Wrangler 4 DR 4x4 Sahara 2012 Jeep Patriot Sport 4x4 4 cylinder, 5 speed manual, air, heated front seats, power windows/ locks/mirrors, AM/FM CD, satellite radio, 17” aluminum wheels, remote start system and much more. Stock # 12113. MSRP $27,545.

V-6, 6 spd manual transmission, air, dual top group, connectivity group, leather seats, Jeep “detailed group”, AM/FM/CD, Sirius satellite radio, rear anti-spin, U connect and much more. Stock # 12273. MSRP $39,145.

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WAS $22,988

NOW $21,988

2010 HYUNDAI SANTA FE AWD 6 cyl., auto, air, AM/FM/CD, tilt, cruise, p/windows/door locks/ mirrors, keyless entry, alum wheels and much more. Only 41,896 kms. Balance of factory warranty. Stock #12282A

$13,998 2009 DODGE CALIBER SXT

4 cyl, auto, air, tilt, keyless entry, AM/FM/CD, power windows/door locks/mirrors and more. 81,469 kms. Balance of factory warranty. Stock # 13U2

2012 Dodge Journey SE 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 SXT 4x4 Quad Cab

4 cyl, auto, air, AM/FM/CD, keyless entry, power windows/locks/ mirrors, tilt, cruise and much more. Stock # 12229. MSRP $23,020.

5.7 litre hemi, 6 spd auto transmission, trailer tow pkg, spray in box liner, keyless entry, tilt, cruise, power windows/locks/mirrors, AM/FM/CD Sirrius satellite radio and much more. Stock # 12279. MSRP $40,280.


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$ 21,420* 123

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WAS $16,988

NOW $15,988


V6, auto, air, AM/FM/CD, tilt, cruise, sunscreen glass, p/ windows, mirrors/locks, 7 passenger, Stow n Go and more. Stock # 12U5.

2012 Chrysler 200 Touring 3.6l V6 engine, 6 speed auto, air, alum. wheels, Power windows, Power door locks, Power mirrors, Keyless entry, AM/FM/CD, U-connect, remote start and much more. Stock # 12167. MSRP $28,538

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$ 23,830* 137



$11,988 2007 DODGE CALIBER SXT

4 cyl, auto, air. AM/FM/CD, alum wheels, tilt, cruise, heated seats, keyless entry, p/windows, p/door locks, p/mirrors, and more. 85,469 kms. Stock # 13U1. Sale prices & payments do not include 13 % hst, licence or fuel. Payments based on a 96 month term at a fixed rate of 4.49 percent. Pricing valid at date of publication. See dealer for details. ** Used sale prices are based upon vehicles in stock ad valid at date of publication. Pricing is plus 13% hst, license and fuel. See dealer for details.




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