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But he’s not yet prepared to “throw a sheet” over the provincial ministry if a renewed partnership or new methods of enforcement will get the contaminated site and decades-long problem cleaned up. Environment Minister Jim Bradley met with York Regional chairperson Bill Fisch and Mayor Grossi Tuesday to discuss the former smelter site after a scheduled meeting last

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‘Same old script’ from province on smelter site Years of public outcry, consultations through a liaison committee, provincial clean-up orders and finally a sit-down with the Environment Minister this week over the polluted Thane smelter site in Georgina failed to bring anything new to the table other than the same old “script”, according to Georgina Mayor Rob Grossi.

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‘Council wrong, we were right’ BY HEIDI RIEDNER

Although it didn’t amount to much more than a “slap on the wrist”, confirmation the town breached the Municipal Act after a four-month investigation is good news for the public according to one Keswick resident. “It shows council we have our eyes open and are watch-

ing what it does,” said Kristina Toomey, who launched a twopronged investigation into closed meetings, procedure and code of conduct issues over the dropped defamation lawsuit against former leisure services director John McLean. “The results were pretty much a slap on the wrist, but they do prove a point. It means they were

wrong and we were right regarding our concerns and we’ll do it again if it happens again. They are supposed to be the experts in municipal law.” Investigators with Amberley Gavel Ltd. determined the town breached the Municipal Act at a Nov. 21 committee of the whole See page 4.

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Heavy civil engineering construction: 16.7 per cent Big players include the Toronto Construction Association, the Construction Institute of Canada and Canada’s leading construction, development and property management firms. York is home to Canada’s third highest residential construction volume and fourth largest overall construction market. More than 350 firms involved in green construction and development are located within York. Nearly two thirds of the region’s employment in the construction sector is located within Vaughan, with 17 per cent in Markham. FINANCE, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE

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ENVIRONMENT: Site cleanup not high on province’s priority list, ministry tells mayor, region

Owner should pay for cleanup, ministry says From Page 1

month was cancelled by the minister two days prior to it taking place. Describing the meeting as “cordial” during a verbal update to council Monday night, Mayor Grossi said it was the “same old script” coming from the ministry. While the Ministry denied any formal commitment to clean up the site, it suggested a renewed partnership with the town, an expansion of the liaison committee and going after the owner of the site for cost recovery. “They told us emphatically they don’t have the resources and they do not intend to rehabilitate that site as part of any future or current ministerial plans or orders,” said Mayor Grossi. He added ministerial staff were “quite adamant” there was no commitment in the past that would involve a total rehabilitation of the site and there is no super fund or resources available to the Ministry to deal with a site that is “not high on a priority list”. The mayor said he repeatedly reiterated during the meeting commitments made in the past to rehabilitate the site by both the premier and the minister, but the minister and his staff “had a script and they stayed with the script”. “They seem to think they have the ability to do something with respect to the ownership of that property,” added the mayor. The Ministry confirmed Tuesday it is currently reviewing various polluter-pay options, including requiring the owner to conduct additional monitoring of the “contaminated groundwater” leaving the site. “It was decided at (Monday’s)

meeting that legal counsel from the Ministry and the town will work together to find ways to compel the site owner to reimburse both the province and the Town of Georgina’s costs for the ongoing monitoring of the landfill, as well as other costs associated with the Thane site,” said Mark Rabbior, a spokesperson for the minister’s office. That includes approximately $800,000 owed in back taxes to the town, $300,000 for the town to fence and secure the area and well over $100,000 for a 2008 MOE assessment. Mr. Rabbior added the Ministry also plans to re-energize and expand the public liaison committee to include more members and to give it a renewed focus on finding a private-sector solution at the Thane site. But those suggestions didn’t generate much excitement from Ward 2 Councillor Phil Craig, who wondered if it wasn’t time to make a statement to the Ministry and withdraw from the liaison committee. “I have the feeling other members of the liaison committee are finding a great level of frustration with the time they have spent on this project and the ongoing circular running that we’re being asked to do,” said Councillor Craig. He also doubted the owner of the site could cough up the required money and that private sector options being suggested by the Ministry had already been examined by the committee. “I think the owner would take a long time to pay $5 million to rehabilitate the site and we have at the liaison committee looked at a number of private sector options and, so far, none of them have had

wings.” Councillor Craig insisted there is, in fact, a fund, there are monies available and there are polluted properties that are being rehabilitated year to year.

‘You mean to tell me they couldn’t each offer up $1.5 million to solve a serious threat to people living in Georgina? In the grand scheme of things, it’s not a lot of money.’ “There is money set aside to do that ... perhaps we are not in a swing riding like what happened down in Oakville,” said Councillor Craig in reference to the cancelled Oakville power plant. Considering the money involved in what some would call political “seat-saver” decisions, committee member Debbie Gordon is disappointed nothing more concrete generated from Monday’s meeting and no “olive branches” were extended. “You’ve got our mayor, the regional chair, and Environment Minister in a room with MOE staff,” she said. “You mean to tell me they couldn’t each offer up $1.5 million to solve a serious threat to people living in Georgina? In the grand scheme of things, it’s not a lot of money.” Ms Gordon’s thoughts were even more pointed in a letter penned by the Toronto law firm of Iler Campbell LLP on her behalf and Save the Maskinonge to Minister Bradley.

“Despite knowing that the site releases contaminants both on and off-site on an ongoing basis, for more than a decade, the MOE has not caused clean-up work to be done to protect the environment of the Town of Georgina,” the June 13 letter states. It also refers to a 1989 letter to the town in which the Minister states, “I confirm our intention to take action to clean up and restore the site in the event this becomes necessary,” regarding lack of an adequate financial guarantee and the extent of the facility’s then operational non-compliance. Citing private-sector options as not feasible, the June 13 letter states part of the reason a bio-remediation proposal failed to attract community support is “a serious mistrust of the MOE’s handling of this file after 40 years of failure to adequately address community concerns”. It asks for adequate financial assurance from the private sector for “potentially polluting activities” in future MOE approvals and an adequately funded clean-up program to identify and remediate historic contaminated sites, including the Thane smelter. “It’s all delay, delay, delay,” said Ms Gordon Tuesday, adding perhaps Georgina doesn’t have the same kind of “leverage” as some other communities. Councillor Craig is also concerned about the prospect of new issues stemming from the contaminated site. “The fact that the Ministry has undertaken dioxin testing would indicate to me that there is a concern ... I hope it proves to be the case there is no dioxin present, but if that was to happen, it would sig-

nificantly move the Thane site up the list.” “Those are your words,” said the mayor, adding no discussions as to what specific testing has been done on the site occurred during the meeting except for a continued commitment to contain leaching from the site. But a spokesperson from the Minister’s office confirmed testing for dioxins and furans was undertaken in July. “An analysis of those samples is still being done and the liaison committee will be notified of those results when they are completed,” said Kate Jordan, adding the additional testing for those two chemicals is part of continued monitoring and assessment of the site under the MOE. “If results do show confirmation, then we would expand our sampling.” But Mr. Rabbior stressed the Ministry has conducted extensive studies and reviewed monitoring reports over many years to assess conditions at the site. “Those assessments concluded there are no impacts to the Maskinonge River and there are limited off-site groundwater and surface water impacts to the adjacent landfill site owned by the Town of Georgina,” he said. He added the Region of York public health unit has advised that there is no significant threat to the drinking water of residents in the area. But that is something Ms Gordon characterizes as “wordsmithing” and not an effective control of future eventualities. “Are we waiting until the river is contaminated before something is done?”

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meeting with “a substantive decision in closed session”; one that was “couched in a direction to staff”, according to a report presented to council Monday night. “That was a breach of the Municipal Act, in our opinion,” according to investigators. During the closed meeting in November, staff provided a letter containing legal advice from the town’s solicitor, including but not limited to, a conclusion that litigation would be commenced, for review by the committee. Staff were directed to “follow legal advice” to initiate legal proceedings, which effectively were decisions that “exceeded a mere direction” even though the committee did not take a formal vote on the matter. While there is no clear direction or definition under the act regard-

ing “directions” to staff, investigators concluded the intention of the act is not that a substantive decision be “couched” in a direction to staff. The report goes on to say council, a committee or a local board are merely permitted to vote on a procedural matter or to give directions to staff, but not allowed to make substantive decisions “behind closed doors”. While no sanctions were outlined by Amberley Gavel, it recommended council and committees should be very diligent in ensuring the way a matter is handled in closed session and does not breach the Municipal Act. “More specifically, a council cannot make substantive decisions (even if they don’t vote on them) and then characterize the decision as a mere direction to staff or others when, indeed, it is not merely directional in nature,” the report states. “Committees have even less

KRISTINA TOOMEY: Resident who launched investigation says outcome a victory for citizens. authority to direct staff in either open or closed session.” But the breach of the Municipal Act was characterized as “either a procedural irregularity or (one that) did not affect the legality of coun-

cil’s ultimate decisions”. In addition, the town could have followed proper municipal procedure more accurately when citing the reasons for closed sessions on meeting agendas, but those “procedural inaccuracies” would not render any decisions made at those meetings illegal, the report concludes. “We do not think there was any intention of the town or of council to shield the overall matter from openness and transparency by assigning the broader, more ambiguous Municipal Act exception dealing with ‘personal matters’, even if it was not the more relevant or accurate exception,” the report states. For example, by the time discussions were continuing regarding the matter at a Dec. 12 meeting, a more accurate exception under the Municipal Act should have been applied rather than a “personal matter involving an identifiable individual” on meeting agendas.

While the matter started off as a “personal matter about an identifiable individual”, there were times when more information should have been provided to the public rather than just carrying over the “personal matter” from each agenda to the next until the final meeting in February 2012, the report states. Since a statement of claim had already been issued in the matter by the Dec. 12 meeting of council, the issue was now in the public domain and, therefore, could have been listed on the agenda as “Litigation; Section 239(2)(e); John McLean” to conform to the Municipal Act, according to the report. Although they were continuing to discuss a “personal matter” involving an identifiable individual, they were discussing the progress of litigation, according to investigators. — for the full story, go to

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angerous. Deliberate. Undermining. Scathing. Those are just a few choice words hurled at the province this past week after a report found it is blatantly ignoring our rights on important and possibly life-changing environmental decisions being made in our communities. Instead of seeing green on provincial eco initiatives — in which, apparently, we have little or no say — we should all be seeing red. “It astounds me to report on the degree of disregard and contempt that is shown to statutory requirements of the Environmental Bill of Rights,” Environmental Commissioner Gord Miller said last week when he released part one of his annual report, aptly entitled Losing Touch. Not only are the Ontario Liberals flouting our right to know about and comment on green matters, policies and initiatives paid for by the public purse, they are hiding significant decisions being made, says Mr. Miller, Ontario’s independent environmental advocate. As reported by YRMG last week, the worst culprit is the Natural Resources Ministry, which Mr. Miller calls a chronic offender that ignores requirements of the law and develops policies and programs without consulting the public. “Perhaps it is understandable that the ministries are no longer referred to as the civil service because there is nothing civil about the way citizens are often treated when they exercise their legislated right to file a request for investigation or review,” he said. Sadly, for many residents — especially those intrinsically involved in local environmental matters — this report likely comes as no big surprise. That’s because, along with ignoring our input and demands for change, another delinquent, the Environment Ministry, keeps us in the dark. Look no further than an aluminum dross

smelter on Warden Avenue in Georgina, which was certified — but virtually ignored — by the Environment Ministry more than 30 years ago. York Region politicians have been unsuccessful in getting Premier Dalton McGuinty to own up to his promise in 2003 to clean up the Thane smelter site. “This location is in a league of its own in this region in terms of its environmental degradation,” Regional Councillor John Taylor has said. The ministry confirmed yesterday, in fact, it doesn’t have the funds to assist with cleaning up chemicals such as copper, cadmium, zinc and ammonia that continue to move through the ground toward the Maskinonge River and, possibly, Lake Simcoe. It even goes as far as to deny any commitments the province made in the first place to rehabilitate the site that was under its watch for decades. Appalling, to say the least. We have simply, as citizens and communities, lost trust and faith in the province’s vow and mandate to protect us. Opposition parties say hiding information is typical of the Liberals and point to their current fight to get Queen’s Park to discuss recent decisions to cancel electrical generating stations in Oakville and Mississauga. “This government continues to keep Ontarians in the dark on the costs and benefits of legislation, and they don’t want people to know the negative aspects of some of these things,” Progressive Conservative critic Michael Harris said. Trampling on citizens’ rights and flouting laws that demand we have a say in matters is unacceptable, untrustworthy and contemptible. Immediate steps must be taken to ensure the public is aware of and understands any and all issues that affect our communities and the Liberals have to stop assuming they can run the show behind closed doors and under a veil of secrecy.


No excuse not to ban youth from tan beds Re: Proposed youth ranning bed ban fires up teens, Sept. 20. The Society is renewing its calls for the province to support Bill 74, the Skin Cancer Prevention Act, which aims to restrict youth under 18 year of age from using indoor tanning equipment. In 2009, the world’s foremost authority in identifying the causes of cancer, the International Agency for Research on Cancer classified ultraviolet radiation (UVR) emitting devices, including tanning beds, as a known carcinogen proven to cause cancer. The skin damage caused by UVR is cumulative over a person’s life, meaning the earlier you start tanning, the greater your risk of developing skin cancer later in life. In July, an expert review of current research published in the British Medical Journal showed people who first started using indoor tanning equipment before the age of 35 have an 87-per-cent increased risk of melanoma skin cancer.

There is no excuse for the Ontario government not to pass Bill 74. In other parts of Canada, the governments of Quebec, Nova Scotia and British Columbia are all taking proactive steps to address this pressing issue by introducing legislation to restrict youth from indoor tanning salons. In August, the Town of Oakville became the first municipality to enact such legislation in Ontario. The indoor tanning industry continues to misrepresent its product to the public. No tan is a safe tan. Melanoma skin cancer is one of the most common forms of skin cancer in young Ontarians aged 15 to 29, and is one of the most preventable. Indoor tanning equipment can emit ultraviolet radiation at levels that are five times stronger than the mid-day summer sun. We know that voluntary guidelines do not work. The indoor tanning industry has proven incapable of regulating itself. Investigative reports by media and audits conducted by the Canadian Cancer Society and Public Health, show that those in the indoor tanning industry are not con-

sistently following Health Canada’s voluntary safety guidelines. We also know that parental consent does not work as many parents are introducing their kids to indoor tanning and paying for their tanning sessions. Regulating the indoor tanning industry will save lives and help reverse the rising cost of skin cancer on our already exhausted health care system. The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer estimates that the total economic burden of skin cancer in the country will rise to $922 million annually by 2032. We already have age-specific laws related to smoking, drinking, gambling and bike helmets. We need to take action now. I encourage residents to join the fight against skin cancer and send a letter to your MPP Julia Munro by visiting www.takeaction.cancer. ca or join the conversation on Twitter via #tanbedban.


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COMMUNITY: Group meets to discuss issues of importance to Georgina citizens

Links panel opens community discussion BY TRACY KIBBLE

For more information, contact Tracy Kibble at or 905-476-7753, ext. 223.

he Advocate continues in its quest to find new ways to connect more closely with our many readers who live in each of our unique communities that make up Georgina. As a community-minded business celebrating our 51st year deliering news and community events in Georgina, The Advocate wants to take the lead on an endeavour we hope will form strong bonds between residents in each corner of our diverse community as the town continues to grow. We are, once again, spearheading a 2012/13 Community Links Panel where residents have an opportunity to meet once a month to discuss how to build a better community by learning more about each other and the strides, achievement or obstacles people face in everyday life. For example, a growing number of ethnic residents are calling Georgina home but may feel they can’t connect to our community in any real way? If so, why? Are senior residents facing situations/ hardships/dilemmas that need to be addressed? How can we make a difference for them? Are youth enjoying and making full use of recreational activities available in Georgina or are we lacking something?

create debate about what we discuss with the rest of the community. Last year’s panel was a group of scrappy, inquisitive and intelligent people who held great conversations about our town and we want to do it again. We are looking for diversity in age, ethnicity, experience and outlook from people not affiliated with any group or organization. Just everyday citizens who really care about our town and want to get involved with how it can be better through discussions with others who feel the same way. Is our community a healthy, vibrant and inclusive place to live, work and play? Let’s find out. This partnership will be an excellent opportunity or venue for us to share information, compare experiences and offer ideas on how to ensure we at least try to reach out to everyone who calls Georgina home. If you are someone who can commit to a few hours each month for one year and are interested in being a contributing member of the Links panel, e-mail a letter outlining your background and why you feel you represent a voice in our community that should be heard. Include your name, e-mail address and daytime contact information so we may follow up with you.


Are jobs or employment opportunities in Georgina meeting demand or is there some way to make a change in this area and how can we do that?

Last year’s panel was a group of scrappy, inquisitive and intelligent people who held great conversations about our town and we want to do it again. These are the kinds of issues the Links panel will discuss via guest speakers, round-table discussions and maybe even a tour or two of each of our smaller communities/hamlets to get a feel for our entire town’s geographical and physical dynamics or setbacks. The panel is not a venue to tell The Advocate what stories or direction it should be going or needs to take and it is not a critique panel geared at the paper. It is about building a better Georgina, using the paper and social media to tell our stories, share our experiences and

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Keswick Uptown Business Association judges had a difficult time choosing the colouring contest winners for its annual Harvest Fest Family Fun Day held last Saturday. In first place is Sarah Peters, 8, of Keswick who received a Sutton pool pass, compliments of The Georgina recreation department. Second place winner is Keswick resident Gavin Morton, 8, who received a pass to the ROC. Each of these talented children were happy to have been chosen and thanked the Keswick Uptown Business Association for sponsoring this event.

W. J. Watson Public School student Robbie Haig takes time to relax with the help of a nurse as he continues round three of chemotherapy treatment at Sick Kids this week after being diagnosed with leukemia last month. Local groups and his school have helped raise money to assist the family. The Aurora Masonic Lodge No. 148 presented Robbie’s grandmother, Violet Haig, with a cheque and the Keswick Ladies Slow Pitch Team, staff at Harverys/Swiss Chalet and W. J. Watson have all helped with fundraising. “Robbie is dealing with the side affects of chemo. All his hair is gone, but he is a fighter,” Ms Haig said.


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York Blue Sox pitcher Brent Styles pitches in the opening game of the York Blue Sox in the second annual PC Garrett Styles Memorial Baseball Tournament at McKnight field in Newmarket Sept. 21. The game was against New York State Court Officer Blue Sox. Const. Styles, who lived in Keswick with his family was killed in the line of duty in June 28, 2011.

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

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NOMINATE SOMEONE TODAY! Deadline Extended to October 1st We are currently accepting nominations for the 2012 Volunteer Award of Merit “An individual who is currently contributing to the betterment of the community and to Georgina as a whole.”

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL CONTRACT NO. ED2012-044 Closing: Friday, September 28, 2012 @ 12:00 noon, local time

Do you know of a Georgina resident who is worthy of this award? Nomination Criteria: 1. Nominee must be a resident of the Town of Georgina. 2. Cannot be an elected official or a member of the Town staff as of the nomination deadline date. 3. Recognition can be for contributions towards the betterment of their local community or to Georgina as a whole. Awards will be handed out the evening of Tuesday, November 20, 2012 Nomination forms can be found at, or picked up from Club 55 Keswick, your local library or from the Civic Centre. Completed forms can be submitted by any of the following ways: By Mail: Town of Georgina, 26557 Civic Centre Road Keswick, ON L4P 3G1 Attention: Sara Forget, Recreation & Culture Division By Email: Drop-off: Club 55 Keswick, a local library or the Civic Centre For more information, please contact Sara Forget by email at or by phone at 905-4764301 ext. 237.

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!



*For full tender and proposal information, please visit the Town of Georgina website at or please contact Brian Jordan, CPPB, AMCT, Purchasing Manager, Telephone: (905) 476-4301 or (705) 437-2210; Fax: (905) 476-8100


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Cottage fire yesterday suspicious An early-morning fire in the Willow Beach area yesterday is still under investigation. Fire crews from both the Keswick and Sutton fire stations responded to a call around 2 a.m. yesterday. Upon arrival, crews found a vacant cottage on Kennedy Road fully engulfed, with flames shooting through the roof of the structure, confirmed Jeff Bignell of the Georgina Fire Department. The fire was contained within 30 minutes, with fire crews preventing the flames from spreading to neighbouring residences.

No injuries were reported at the scene. Damages to the almost century-old structure, which was not connected to hydro services at the time of the fire, are yet to be determined. Investigators were still on scene yesterday afternoon. While no official cause has been released, the fire is being looked at as suspicious at this point in time, confirmed Mr. Bignell. — Heidi Riedner

Sewage site forced on town, East Gwillimbury mayor says When it comes to the Upper York Sewage Solution project site, East Gwillimbury was voluntold. The dismay in the latest development of northern York Region’s new sewage treatment plant was rehashed by Mayor Virginia Hackson at Thursday’s regional council meeting. “We have not been asked — we’ve been told,” she said of the recommended site one kilometre north of Queensville Sideroad. Calling it “unfortunate”, Ms Hackson lamented the lack of detailed information related to the advanced technology proposed for treatment. While the proposed water reclamation centre will employ envi-

ronmentally sustainable wastewater purification and water recycling technologies, Ms Hackson said residents have been told sewage plants can change the quality of their lives. Several questions including chemical use, odour control, truck traffic and overflow measure remain unanswered, she said. “How does it fit with the Official Plan?” Ms Hackson questioned. “We are not convinced this is right for the community without the technology information.” All designs to do with the project will adhere to requirements by the Environment Ministry, York’s environmental services commissioner Erin Mahoney reassured council. — for the full story, see / news/article/1507777

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

File No. 11-30 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 010 76500 0000 Ravenshoe Road PIN: 03550-0211 (LT) PT LT 12 CON 1 GEORGINA AS IN R229985 (SECONDLY) EXCEPT PT 2 EXPROP PL D1012, GEORGINA Minimum Bid: $55,528.58

File No. 09-15 Description of Lands: Roll No. 19 70 000 136 46500 0000 Birch Road E/S PIN: 03515-0200 (LT) PT LT 10 JUDGES’ PL 602, PT 210 65R127; T/W R104313 (AMENDED 2000/01/17 AT 8:31, B. LOURENCO, DLR); GEORGINA (AMENDED 2000/09/12 AT 9:21 BY LOIS YAKIWCHUK, ADLR) Minimum Bid: $22,130.05

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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THUMBS UP WITH GRAPES Keswick resident Andrew Hamilton met Don Cherry at Don Cherry’s Sports Grill in Bradford Friday. Mr. Cherry was at his new bar that opened recently on Dissette Street to check out the food (which he enjoyed) and the new restaurant.

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Region to hold public meeting on sewage plan York Region agreed to hold a public information forum in Georgina updating the status of the Upper York Sewage Solution after the municipality was, once again, left out of the loop in the latest round of sessions scheduled for next month. Responding to an e-mail regarding upcoming forums hosted by the region in Newmarket and Holland Landing next month regarding the water reclamation centre, Georgina Mayor Rob Grossi had to ask why no public forum was being held in his municipality if the outfall is going into Lake Simcoe. Town CAO Winanne Grant is working with regional staff for a public information session and a formal presentation to council next month. While the region was trying to accommodate council’s meeting schedule with respect to its choice

of dates, according to Ms Grant, an afternoon meeting for the public session didn’t cut it with Ward 2 Councillor Phil Craig. “It is an important issue and I think to hide it in the afternoon is not the right thing to do,” he said. He suggested an evening presentation to council and a second public session, also to be held in the evening, on another date. Mayor Grossi agreed. “Late afternoon doesn’t work for our constituents,” he said. Ward 3 Councillor Dave Szollosy also pointed out both the Holland Landing and Newmarket public forums were taking place in the evening beginning at 6:30 p.m., with presentations running from 7 to 9 p.m., and suggested the same accommodation be afforded Georgina residents. Ms Grant will apprise council when final meeting details have been confirmed with the region so the public can be notified.




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COMMUNITY: Countdown for penny drive

Have a few coppertops to spare? BY HEIDI RIEDNER


ou have less than a week left if you want to drop off any 1-cent-coppertops to help benefit the Alzheimer Society. Often considered useless, the poor penny can provide a priceless benefit through the Alzheimer Society’s penny for your thoughts campaign. Cathy Loitsch of the Society’s Georgina satellite office says about $150 in rolled coins had been dropped off and she and two volunteers spent last Thursday afternoon rolling another $100 more. “We will be rolling more this week as the campaign winds down to its final day Sept. 30,” says Ms Loitsch, who expects to raise close to $500 by the time all is said, done and rolled. The society is dedicated to increasing awareness and raising funds for vital programs and services that support people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. According to the society, the disease is the most common form of dementia, which affects men and women of all races, religions and socioeconomic backgrounds. “It is not a normal part of aging and no one is immune,” says Ms Loitsch of the disease, adding it makes even the simplest of daily tasks, such as getting

If you have pennies to donate, drop by the office at 184 Simcoe Ave., Unit 4, in Keswick. New Wave Cafe on the Queensway South or 3 Sisters Boutique on High Street in Sutton are also drop-off sites. The campaign ends on Sept. 30, but Ms Loitsch says the office will still accept donations if people want to make a contribution. For more information, call the office at 905-476-5521. dressed or eating, impossible. Ms Loitsch is extremely grateful to everyone who collected and donated their pennies to the cause. “Every penny counts,” she says.

Tara Arthurs (left), a community social worker, and volunteer co-ordinator Cathy Loitsch of the Georgina satellite office of the Alzheimer Society York Region, rolled some coin, along with a whole lot of hope, for the Penny for Your Thoughts campaign last Thursday. With $250 “in the bank”, the pair hopes to reach a $500 goal by the time the campaign wraps up Sept. 30.


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Harvest Festival welcomes new season

The Voices of Georgina choir sing in the church, part of the Harvest Festival at the Georgina Pioneer Village on Saturday. Bruce Whittaker fires a musket as part of the festivities to welcome a new season and celebrate our heritage at the Pioneer Village Saturday.

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People gather by the Pioneer Village general store to get a feel for life in the 1800s.

An 1898 grain grinder is demonstrated during the Harvest Festival at the Georgina Pioneer Village Saturday.

James Loeb demonstrates leather workmanship from the 1800s and the tools from the period workshop, one of the buildings that make up Pioneer Village as part of Harvest Festival Saturday.

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PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS Don’t be afraid to divide perennials or plant new varieties in the fall, depending on which hardiness zone you live in. The foliage of existing plants should be pruned and then the plants protected with a layer of mulch. Annuals will have to be brought inside in the fall if you want to keep them over the winter. This is also the time to take cuttings and collect the seeds of some of your favourite annuals for next spring. BULBS Many gardeners are never quite sure what to do with bulbs. In fact, some bulbs and tubers cannot be left in the garden over the winter and have to be lifted from the soil and stored inside in a dark, dry place until it is time to replant them. Fall is, however, the time to plant spring-flowering bulbs. Don’t hesitate to ask your local garden centre staff for suggestions and tips on which bulbs will need this kind of care.

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SPORTS: Sylvia Tremblett’s name will remain with team for entire season

Blaze team to honour one of hardest-working volunteers BY JOHN CUDMORE

When the Georgina Minor Hockey Association lost one of its hardest working volunteers during the off-season it didn’t mean she would be forgotten any time soon. Sylvia Tremblett lost her battle with cancer at the age of 63 but to the players on the Blaze minor peewee AE team her name will remain with them this season. The team has emblazoned a memorial to the former president of organization on the backs of their set of blue jerseys in the location where typically a sponsors’ nameplate would be situated. The tribute — “In Memory of Sylvia Tremblett” — will skate into action with the team of 11-year-olds every time they don their blue jerseys. “We had a choice to get our own sponsor so we decided on her name,” said Blaze coach Jeremy Sedore,

who led the team to the OMHA atom final last season. “We had a parent meeting early in the summer and asked if everyone was on board with it. They seemed happy to have her name on the back of the sweaters.”

‘She was there every step of the way and always involved. It’ll be hard to find another volunteer like her.’ Sedore, 20, remembers Tremblett as a mainstay at local arenas during his own playing career. He said she took a particular interest in his team’s OMHA run last season. “Sylvia was always around the rink and tried to be at every game,” said Sedore. “She has been around ever

since I started playing, at least. She was there every step of the way and always involved. It’ll be hard to find another volunteer like her.” Tremblett was a long-time volunteer, inclouding president, in the Keswick Minor Hockey Association and later with the Georgina Minor Hockey Association, an amalgamation of minor hockey programs in Sutton and Keswick she helped forge. In addition to being an avid fan and supporter of the GMHA and playing an integral role in its creation, she served as its inaugural president starting in 2001 until moving to Newfoundland with her husband in 2006. When she returned to the community she again took on the role of president for two years in 2008 and later as its player development director. The team has dedicated its season to Tremblett. “It’s all for Sylvia this year,” said Sedore.

Players show off the “In memory of Sylvia Tremblett” jerseys to honour the long-time volunteer, inclouding president, in the Keswick Minor Hockey Association and later with the Georgina Minor Hockey Association.

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The Celtic Folk Duo “Poor Tom” will be performing at Virginia United Church, 7 p.m., at SEPT. 28280 Hwy. 48. Tickets cost $12 and are available at the door. Call 705-437-3939 for details. ••• The Elmhurst Beach Association is participating in the Great SEPT. Canadian Shoreline Clean Up. Three local Scout troupes from Keswick, Sutton and Pefferlaw are pitching in to give a hand. Finishing touches will also be made to the Association’s Restore the Shore Project with weeding, mulching and planting live stakes in the rocks. When all the work’s done, there will be a corn roast to help celebrate the volunteers and members who came out to lend a hand. The whole event kicks-off at 9 a.m. ••• Registration runs ffrom 2 to 4 p.m. SEPT. 2 29 for a free parking lot SEPT. hhockey fun league for a ages 7 to 18. Boys and g i r l s welcome. Games are played most Saturday afternoons from October to March at the Salvation Army Georgina Community Church parking lot at 1816 Metro Rd. in Jackson’s Point.





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to the pin. Contact Lynn Marles at or call 877-603-9991, ext. 1. for registration forms and further information. ••• Jericho Youth Services hosts a free fall family fun day at De La Salle SEPT. Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m celebrating 30 years as an organization in Georgina. All children, youth and their families are invited to this free event featuring pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, face painting, cookie decorating, races, parachute fun and

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PLUGGED IN: Send your information to The second annual “biindigen” Welcome Festival, a gathering of “All Nations Art”, kicks SEPT. off at the Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ••• Georgina’s Studio Tour is an opportunity to discover wonderful artists on this self-guided SE PT. adventure from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. More than 30 artists and artisans are participating during this year’s show. Visit www.

29 29 for details. ••• Stephen LeacockTheatre in Keswick presents “Gossip Town” at 2 p.m., SEPT. the result of a Create-APlay-In-A-Day event in conjunction with the 3rd Annual Canada Wide Celebration of Arts and Culture. Come see for yourself the results of day-long workshops in script writing, song writing, set design, acting and stage direction, with the goal of producing an entire theatrical performance in a single day. For more information, contact



Phil Rose-Donahoe, Manager of Cultural Services, at 905-476-4305 ext. 224. ••• Former members and friends are all welcome to help celebrate SEPT. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church’s 85th anniversary in Sutton at 10 a.m. for an anniversary service. Guest speaker will be Rev. Tom Vais, with music provided by New Creation. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. ••• All jazz musicians are invited


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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.

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Career Development

Career Development

Career Development

Career Development



Salon and Spa

Kerry's Place Autism Services

THE HAIR COMPANY Hiring STYLISTS, Full time & part time Excellent Benefits

AUTISM SUPPORT ASSISTANT Queensville - $14.84 - $18.54 per hour Part-Time - Irregular hours (including evenings, weekends, holidays and overnights; flexibility required) Key Responsibilities: Reporting to the Residential Manager, the Autism Support Assistant will assist the Autism Support Associate in providing support, coaching and training in the areas of: social, life and academic skills, communication, behaviour management, vocational and leisure activities, to Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) residing in the Queensville area. Qualifications: The successful applicant will have proven practical experience supporting people with ASD along with strong skills in the areas of verbal and written communication, motivation and teamwork, the ability to multitask and remain calm in stressful situations. Experience with various challenging behaviours is preferred. Please visit our web site at for further position posting details. Careers



Salon and Spa

Send resumes To: David Rochon, Manager Fax: (905) 713-6914 Email: Closing Date: 4:30 p.m., October 4th, 2012


required part time (Friday & Saturday) for a friendly, family salon in Aurora. Call Teresa (905)726-1250 Gwen's Hair Trix's Inc. Technical/ Skilled Trades

We are currently looking for a


Candidates should possess strong communication skills and a great attitude. Previous experience is an asset. Flexible hours is a must. Please email resumes to Accounts Payable Clerk for utility contractor located at Hwy. 7 & Dufferin area.


3-5 years experience in stone, brick installation. Driver's license and vehicle required. masonryjob@

Physiotherapist in Aurora, Physio owned clinic. Part-time days. Email resume: auroraphysio@

• Mandatory 5 years Canadian A/P exp. • Skilled in Microsoft, Excel & Word • Must have own car Email: Drivers

Salon and Spa

Apply in person is preferred or call 905-953-5427 or email:

Technical/ Skilled Trades

Here We Grow Again!!! 2nd or 3rd year TECHNICIAN Must be experienced with alignments, tire & service repairs and oil changes. Apply in person


McAlpine Ford 15815 Yonge Street, Aurora



in Newmarket is under new management and requires motivated to join their team. Experience an asset.

Apply in person, with resume Upper Canada Mall, Lower Level. Technical/ Skilled Trades

Technical/ Skilled Trades

AUTOMOTIVE CRAFTSMEN We're more than just Muscle Cars, Street Rods and Classics. We're rare Collectables and vintage originals. The Guild is looking for an array of Technicians who are up for a challenge. Mechanics / Welders / Metal Fabricators and Upholsterers Apply by fax to 905-775-0944 or e-mail Thank you but only those considered will be contacted.

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


AZ Drivers

Midnight shifts. Concord F/T Local shuttle, flatbed & strapping exp. $20 p/h, OT after 44 T - 905-565-8336 F - 905-565-8993

Technical/ Skilled Trades

Is looking for 1st or 2nd year

Apprentices and Lube Techs. Very busy shop. Start immediately. Please send resumes to or drop off at 18100 Yonge St., Newmarket

Needed for company in Newmarket. Experience (5 years) in machining and machine building required. Will be working on conventional shop equipment to manufacture parts as per engineering drawings. 40 hrs/ week plus overtime. Send resume: or fax: 905-898-0311 Busy new car dealership needs AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS Flat rate shop, licence preferred Interested parties contact the Service Manager Todd Rickards 905-895-3222 or email Office/ Administration

Office/ Administration

ORDER PROCESSING We are looking for a full time Order Processor. Provide daily processing orders. Knowledge of basic accounting. Exceptional organization, prioritization, and multitasking skills. Customer service skills essential. Data entry accuracy and attention to detail a must. Work independently and with a team. Computer literate and internet savvy. Business Vision an asset. Email resume to: Health Care/Medical

Health Care/Medical

A Compounding Pharmacy in Aurora is looking for a Full Time Permanent Bilingual (French/English) Registered Pharmacy Technician. Competitive pay, benefits and no weekends! Candidates must be bilingual and 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 1st, 2012.

Sales Opportunities

Sales Opportunities

Sales Opportunities

Sales Opportunities

Aurora Toyota

2 Exciting Positions NEW VEHICLE SALES Earn up to $80,000 Plus +

YORK REGION IMPORT AUTOMOTIVE GROUP is hiring for two exciting positions. For the right candidate we offer a great pay plan, plus bonus, plus car package and benefits. If you are working in Auto sales now, stop and ask yourself 4 simple questions # 1. Am I excited about where I work? # 2. Am I being paid fair for my effort? # 3. Are they giving me the support & respect I deserve? # 4. Do I really see a future where I am working now? Experienced Automotive Sales person. If the answer to any of these questions are “No” and you are in automotive sales now, this is a day you have been waiting for. Call now and make a real change for the better! All calls strictly confidential call/email for an interview today! Call Chris Elwood at 905-727-1948. OR EMAIL RESUME TO: Health Care/Medical

Health Care/Medical


• Great management support • High Volume Store • Yonge St. high traffic area • Best Inventory in town • All makes and models • Demo plus benefits • Commission or salary & bonuses REQUIRES: Highly motivated & experienced, goal oriented team player with excellent customer service skills and a successful track record. Apply in person with resume to Joe Ingoglia 17615 Yonge St., Newmarket 905-898-1900 Health Care/Medical

Health Care/Medical

Health Care/Medical

Restaurants/ Hospitality

WAITSTAFF & COOKS required. Apply in person to: Cousins Restaurant 110 Pony Dr. Newmarket (Davis Dr. / Harry Walker) General Help

required. Must have good mechanical ability. Heavy lifting involved. Willing to train. Apply to: York Spring Radiator Service, 60 Industrial Pkwy. N. Aurora.

Email resume

RN (PT, nights) • RPN (Temporary PT/FT) • Red Seal Chef (PT) •

Please send your resume and covering letter, by October 4, 2012, to: We thank all candidates for their interest; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. For more details, please visit us at: Restaurants/ Hospitality

Restaurants/ Hospitality

Restaurants/ Hospitality

Teaching Opportunities

Teaching Opportunities

Imagine a job that fits your life. Flexible hours Health benefits Convenient location NOW HIRING TEAM MEMBERS Full and Part Time Please apply in person or on 17252 Leslie St., Newmarket (In the No Frills Plaza) General Help

General Help

Are you looking for a job that is self-satisfying, rewarding and able to give to people who are in need?

• Can you cook for a large group of people? • Do you have hotel/ motel room cleaning experience? • Are you friendly, calm, caring and helpful to people with special needs? • Are you energetic and optimistic with a "get 'er done" attitude? • Are you organized & capable of coordinating daily activities with interruptions? • Are you flexible with work hours, mainly days, some weekends and evenings?

Well then, you may be just the person we're looking for! Call 905-722-8928.

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

Be Your Best with The Best AVON Join today, only $10 Receive Designer inspired Watch FREE CALL: Linda 905-557-0070 or lindadh@

TOP DOLLAR PAID for SHINGLERS and LABOURERS 905-955-7663 Concrete wall forming company seeking experience WALL FORMERS. Must have at least 2yrs. experience, own license/ vehicle and references. Wages based on experience. Call 905-955-3016

Teaching Opportunities

General Help

General Help

Newmarket Condo (106 suites) requires F/T CARETAKER/ COUPLE

40 hours/ week, experienced in general building maintenance, cleaning, routine repairs, references. Salary + 2 bedroom suite.

Email: or fax 905-898-6836

General Help

Busy landscaping company looking for help. Must be reliable and have own transportation.

Please call Brian 905-722-6971

General Help

General Help


Work For Us in Alliston

PRODUCTION ASSEMBLERS LIFT TRUCK OPERATORS • Vacation/Holiday Pay • Weekly Paychecks • 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Shifts (Shift differential/premium)


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

Join an extraordinary team that makes a difference by touching people’s lives. At Specialty Care you will use your skills and experience to provide care that respects individual choice and wellness. A family-owned company, Specialty Care has grown over 34 years to become a leader in long term care and retirement living. Check out this opportunity at Cedarvale Lodge in Keswick:

General Help





• Overtime paid after 40 hrs worked in a week • Pay increases at 3, 6, 9, & 12 months Previous General Assembly Experience Desired



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Sales Opportunities

SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC Enthusiastic and energetic person required full time in Aurora. Bobcat & Scissor Lift experience an asset. Must have valid driver's license. Email resume or apply in person: 15540 Yonge St., Aurora $$ INDEPENDENT CARRIER CONTRACTORS $$

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.

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

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES The Town of Richmond Hill has the following employment opportunities currently available: • Swim Instructors & Lifeguards Shifts available: Afternoon/evening between 4-8 pm and mornings from 9am-1 pm Work Sites: Oak Ridges Pool, 12895 Bayview Ave & The Wave Pool, 5 Hopkins St. For detailed information about these and other positions, including application instructions, deadlines and file numbers, please visit the Town's Website at We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

SEARS home Join us at HOME store We are Hiring …. Furniture Sales Associates (Commissioned) Major Appliance Sales Associates (Commissioned) Customer Service (Hourly) newmarket era -Associates nma Material Handler (Hourly) Size: 2.008X4” Visual Presentation Specialist (Hourly) SendColumn: your resume toN/A (format: IO: doc, pdf) mentioning your 368276 interest to the position OR Color: BW Apply in person Start Date: 17700 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON, Finish Date: L3Y 8P4

(We're located between Upper Canada Mall Designer: NFitzpatrick & Canadian Tire)

Proof: 01


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

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:

PERSON REQUIRED to assist in the haul out of boats

beginning October 9th. Please call

(905)476-4343 Stores for Sale

Only Tanning Salon in Keswick for sale.

Good location. Existing Clientele. $45K Please call 905-686-4128 Apartments for Rent AURORA- BRIGHT, spacious 1 bedroom basement, quiet home, newly renovated, laundry, cable, internet, parking. Oct. 1st. $950+ utilities. 905-713-5636

Apartments for Rent AURORA VILLAGE2 bedroom garden home, November 1st. $1167 includes heat, hydro, cable. Call (905)841-7125. www. AURORA- YONGE/ Wellington. 3 bedroom upper. 2-parking. 2 entrances. Laundry. Non-smoking/ pets. $1325+ hydro. (heating/ water included) December 1st. 905-727-4040 BRADFORD- RENOVATED 1 bedroom, basement, street level walk-in, laundry, a/c. Separate entrance. Non-smoking. 2 parking. $825. inclusive. Nov. 1st. (905)955-5262 BRADFORD- 1 bedroom, ground floor, shared backyard, 2 appliances, no parking/ laundry, clean & bright. Oct. 1st. $650+ hydro. 905-960-5788 BRADFORD- 3 bedroom upper. Close to all amenities. Laundry facilities. Non-smoking/ pets. $1200 inclusive. Oct. 1st. Also 2 bedroom, $875+. 905-775-5813, 905-960-5813 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

AURORA- CLEAN, 2 bedroom basement, separate entrance, laundry, parking. Non-smoking/ pets. First/ last. References. $975. inclusive. Nov. 1st. 905-727-2553 HOLLAND LANDINGGreat location, backyard, beautiful, newly renovated AURORA- SPACIOUS, 1+ 2 bedroom apt., hardwood bedroom basement, separ- floors, new appliances, ate entrance, new carpet. parking. No dogs. $950. Suit professional. Non- (905)715-1430 smoking/ pets. $925. 289-221-6910 JACKSON'S POINT- 1 bedroom, bright, laundry, A/C. Gas fireplace. Near AURORA TOWERS- 90 amenities. October 1st. Temperance. 1 bedroom. $850. inclusive. Small building. $1000. in- 905-252-2630 clusive. Oct. 1st. 2 bedroom, $1100. Nov. 1st. KESWICK- 2 bedroom, Parking. No dogs. basement, separate en647-321-5930 trance. Laundry. $1100. inclusive. Oct. 1st. First/ last. 416-302-4321 CORRECTION AURORA TOWNHOUSE for Rent 3 bedrooms 1 bathroom. Nov. 1st. $1,125 (utilities not incl) per month 905-726-8234

KESWICK LAKEFRONT. $650+ bachelor. $850 2 bedroom. 1st/ security. No pets. Immediately 416-497-9246

General Help

General Help

Kerry's Place Autism Services EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY #12-143 POSITION TITLE: AUTISM SUPPORT ASSISTANT LOCATION: KPAS Alternate Funding Region - Queensville SALARY RANGE: $14.84 - $18.54 per hour POSITION STATUS: Part-Time HOURS OF WORK: Irregular hours (including evenings, weekends, holidays and overnights; flexibility required) CLOSING DATE: 4:30 p.m., October 4th, 2012 Key Responsibilities: Reporting to the Residential Manager, the Autism Support Assistant will assist the Autism Support Associate in providing support, coaching and training in the areas of: social, life and academic skills, communication, behaviour management, vocational and leisure activities, to Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) residing in the Queensville area. Qualifications: The successful applicant will have proven practical experience supporting people with ASD along with strong skills in the areas of verbal and written communication, motivation and teamwork, the ability to multi-task and remain calm in stressful situations. Experience with various challenging behaviours is preferred. The successful applicant will have completed a diploma or degree in a Human Services or related area from a recognized college or university OR a secondary school diploma (or equivalent) along with 1 year of related experience (preferably supporting people diagnosed with ASD). Crisis intervention skills are required. Current CPI, First Aid, CPR, Medication Administration and WHMIS Certification as well as knowledge of ASD, Dual Diagnosis and Mental Health are considered assets. A valid Driver's License, with a minimum G2 standing is required for this position. Send Resumes To: David Rochon, Manager Fax: (905) 713-6914 Email:

Apartments for Rent KESWICK- 2 bedroom basement. $1100+ 50% hydro. Stove/ fridge/ laundry. No pets, non-smoking. October lst. Suits professional couple. 905-476-5299

Apartments for Rent

NEWMARKET: BEAUTIFUL, spacious, legal 1 bedroom basement, great location. Private entrance, patio, parking, 4 pc bath, a/c, laundry, storage. Suits quiet single or couple, nonsmokers, no dogs, referKESWICK- 3 bedroom ences. $975.00 incl. Must ground floor $1200+. Also, see! October 21. 1 bedroom basement, 905-726-8000. $900+. Both: +1/2 utlilities & 1300sqft. Non-smoking/ NEWMARKET- bright 1 bedroom walkout, parking, pets. 905-955-5071 laundry, separate enKESWICK- LARGE 3 bed- trance, non-smokers/ no room basement, laundry, pets. References, $925. fireplace. No smoking/ inclusive. 416-937-6146 pets. Near amenities. $1250 inclusive. NEWMARKET- BRIGHT, cheery, retrofitted, 2 bed905-476-1483 room basement, near Mall. KESWICKSIMCOE Parking, laundry. All incluLanding, Luxury 2 bed- sive, $1,000. October 1st. pets. room house $1400 inclu- Non-smoking/ sive, a/c, laundry, 4 1 6 - 2 4 6 - 0 7 2 6 , dishwasher, yard, non- 416-243-4318 smoking /pets. NEWMARKET CENTRAL(905)656-1157 bright bachelor, self conKESWICKSPACIOUS, tained, parking. Non-smoknewly renovated 2 bed- ing/ pets. Suits mature room, dead-end street, individual. $700. inclusive. steps to lake, transit. 905-830-4829 Cable, 2 parking. Non- NEWMARKET- LARGE 4 smoking/ pets. $1200 in- bedroom, main/ upper levclusive. 905-476-5266 els 3 bathrooms, living MOUNT ALBERT- 1 bed- room/ dining room. Appliroom, includes hydro, ances. Laundry room. Garwater, heat, parking. New age, parking. $1800.+ kitchen. $825 inclusive. (416)721-6001. 416-557-6488 NEWMARKETQUIET building, private balcony NEWMARKET1 bed- new kitchen, 2 bedroom, room main floor house, no near hospital. Parking, pets/ smoking. Available laundry on premises. No Nov. 1st. $900+ heat. dogs. $1100. (905)895-6317 905-953-9683. NEWMARKET- 2 bed- NEWMARKET- (SUNNYroom, 2 bath apartment. POINT) 3 bedroom, Excellent location. $1450+ upper. New flooring, freshhydro. Available immedi- ly painted. Near schools, ately. 416-986-1644, transit. Laundry, parking, 416-948-4670 yard. $1450 inclusive. Oct. 1st. 289-231-0937 NEWMARKET- 2 bedroom basement. Appliances, NEWMARKETYONGE/ cable, backyard. Separate Bristol. Furnished 1 bedentrance. Parking. No room basement. Parking, smoking/ pets. 1st/last. laundry. $800. inclusive. References. December First/ last. Immediate. 1st, $900+. 905-830-6625 (905)830-1018 NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom, 3 baths beautiful home in desirable area. Garage, hardwood, fireplace, deck. Available Nov 1st. $1,675. Call 416-817-0555

Apartments for Rent NEWMARKET (YONGE/ Millard)- 1 bedroom basement, separate entrance, laundry, parking. No smoking, no pets. Suits quiet single. $850. 905-895-5875/ 905-960-3910 QUEENSVILLE- 3 bedroom, 2 storey. Laundry, parking, yard, $1350 inclusive. No pets/ smoking. Nov. 1st. 905-252-9405, 905-830-9428 STONEHAVEN- BRIGHT basement apt. 1100sqft. 2 bedroom walkout, yard, parking, laundry. $1400. inclusive. Non-smoking. Pets welcome. Oct. 15th. 905-830-1900 SUMMERHILL- 2 bedroom basement, laundry, a/c, separate entrance. Parking. No pets. $850. inclusive. Available October 16th. Call (905)836-7770 or 416-939-5880 SUTTON2 bedroom, split level duplex. Parking. $1000. inclusive. First/ last. References required. No pets. Available Dec. 1st. 905-722-8581 SUTTONBACHELOR and rooms for rent $430-$700 Call Louis 905-722-4612, 905-722-8345 Available immediately. SUTTON- NICE, clean, 2 bedroom, $895. inclusive. Non-smoking/ pets. First/ last. References. 905-722-8700 Unregistered apartments could be unsafe. Ask to see your landlord’s registration certificate. Town of East Gwillimbury.

WILLOW BEACH- 1 bedroom basement, private entrance, $750. First/ last. Non-smoking/ pets. QUEEN/ MAIN St., New- 905-722-7677 market. Newly decorated. Extra large 2 bedroom, YONGE/ WELLINGTON- 2 must see! Near all bedroom, 4th floor, a/c, amenities. No pets/ smok- fridge, stove, 1 free parking. $1150. Available now. ing, $1000+ utilities. No pets. 416-743-5601 905-715-5106

Townhouses for Rent

Rooms for Rent and Wanted

AURORA- EXECUTIVE 3 bedroom, 2 bath, high end finishes. $1800.+. First/ last. Non-smoking/ pets. Credit check, references. Available immediately. 1-705-727-2184

KESWICKROOM available. Share kitchen, bath. Parking, laundry. Mature non-smoking professional male only. October 1st. $450. (905)989-0496.

NEWMARKETBATHURST/ Mulock. 2 bedroom, freshly painted, friendly neighbourhood, full basement, private yard, garage, $1151.+ utilities. Immediate. 905-898-1007, ext.2712

KESWICKSIMCOE Landing. New house, furnished room w/tv. Walkbus. $450 inclusive. Male preferred. 1st/ last. Immediately (905)898-7680

NEWMARKETCONDO room. $550. Davis/ Lorne, bus/ GO train. Non-smoking/ pets. Occasional cookNEWMARKETBA- ing and visiting. Lease. THURST/ Mulock. 3 bed- Mature male. Clean, quiet. room, freshly painted, 905-895-6759 friendly neighbourhood, full basement, private yard, PEFFERLAW- ROOM for garage, $1207.+ utilities. rent. $450 per month. Immediate. 905-898-1007, Available immediately. ext.2712 Female preferred. 705-437-9920 ROOM FOR rent, new townhouse, Gorham & Leslie, Newmarket, $550. AURORA- 3 bedroom, 2 inclusive. Suit professional. baths, finished basement Immediate. 647-402-5165 w/gas fireplace, appliances, hardwood throughout. Shared Available immediately. Accommodations $1550+. 647-892-4659

Houses for Rent

AURORA- 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, central location, steps to Yonge. Available Oct. 15th. $1200+ utilities. Leave message (905)727-1935 ext. 21 AURORA (YONGE/ Murray)- Main floor 3 bedroom, 1-1/2 baths, laundry, parking, a/c. Renovated bathroom. $1450 inclusive. Available immediately. 416-526-6865, 416-919-6865 BRADFORD- 3 bedroom upper, 2 parking, appliances, garage, no pets, laundry. Near schools/ shopping. Nov. 1st. $1150+ 60%. 905-775-3213, 905-252-3714. BRADFORD- Under new management! Beautiful newly renovated Large 1 & 2 bedroom suites. $895+ hydro & $995+ hydro. No pets. Laundry onsite. Close to all amenities. Ryis Properties 905-727-1102.

NEWMARKET- ROOM for rent- Bayview/ Mulock. $550+ 1/4 gas/ hydro. Available immediately. 416-822-6615 SUTTON- ROOM for rent in shared, spacious townhouse, parking, wireless internet. Near YRT route/ Hwy#48. $500. 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


Seasoned Hardwood

Cut • Split • Delivered

• Top Quality • Prompt Delivery • Clean, debris free wood

705-437-4673 Auctions & Sales

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

Notices (Public)

Notices (Public)

Sat., Sept. 29th 9:30am

10+ Municipalities-Turf, Snow & Construction Equipment 6-00/04 IHC/Sterling TA/SA Dump S/P & W 20-08 GMC 3500 4x4 Plow/Sanders 98 GMC 6500 Diesel Dump 2-07 Ford F150XL Pickups 2-03/04 Ford Crew Pickups 5-02/06 Ford/Chev Cargo Vans 2004 Chev Bucket Truck 3-02/04 ASTRO Cargo Vans * 2005 Optra 2001 Saturn Wgn * 2004 CASE 621-D Loader 3- Bombardier SW48A S/W Plows 3-EPOKE Slidein Sander Units Wood Chipper * 3-J D Gators * 27+ Stihl Concrete & Chainsaws * Garage Equipment & Parts 5+ Generators *Welder * Mowers * Raglan Roller 2way Radios * Desks * Cash Registers * Chairs Computers & Electronics * Restaurant Office Furniture & Equip.

Two Auction Rings * No BUYERS Premium! VIEWING: Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, 4pm-6pm TERMS: $500.00 cash deposit on major items or as announced.

M. R. Jutzi & Co

Wed. Oct. 3 & Thurs. Oct. 4 @ 6:30pm POLLARDS AUCTION BARN


Thank you to my family for having my 90th Birthday party at Cayley Hall on September 16th. Thank you also to all the folks from far and wide who came out to join us and so many who have phoned me at home. It brought back many memories. God bless you all. Roger LaRue.

to be held at 825 CONLIN Rd., WHITBY

ST. PETE'S, Florida- 1 bedroom condo, 2 baths, sleeps 4, beach-front, pool, weekly/ monthly.

Rooms for Rent and Wanted

Thank You Notes

39th Annual Fall Municipal AUCTION for Region of DURHAM & others 519-648-2111

(Misc.) NEWMARKET- 4 bedrooms, 5 appliances, laundry room, garage, parking, $1650+. Immediately. CARPETS- I have several 9 0 5 - 9 6 7 - 0 4 2 5 , thousand yards of new stainmaster & 100% nylon 289-500-9911 carpet. Will do living room NEWMARKET- SEMI, 3 & hall for $389.00. Inbedrooms, close to transit cludes: carpet, pad, instaland shopping, $1195+ lation (25 yards). Steve utilities. 905-830-2915 289-464-6049

Thank You Notes

Auctions & Sales

Rentals Outside Canada

KESWICKWATERFRONT, 2 bedroom, appliances, gas fireplace, Industrial/Commercial parking, $1,100+ utilities, for Rent/Wanted non-smoking/ pets. Nov. 1st. First/ last. CENTRAL NEWMARKET(905)476-4137 800sq.ft. commercial unit. LESLIE/ MULOCK- brand Queen/ Main. Storefront or new house, 4 bedroom, 3 office. Lots of parking. bathrooms, 2 storey, 2680 Immediate. $900+ hydro, included. sq.ft. Non-smoking/ pets. heat $2200. Available Oct. 19th. 905-715-5106 carolvanbeek60@ 905-853-3606 NEWMARKET- 237 Flagstone Way. 3 bedroom house. Parking, 5 appliances, 2.5 bathrooms, fin- Office/Business Space ished basement. $1795.+. for Rent/Wanted No pets. Nov. 1st. 905-727-1102 1330 SQ.FT. central Newmarket location. Also: 900 NEWMARKET- 3 bedroom sq.ft. finished basement. upper, clean, bright. Please call 905-235-3373 Shared laundry. Fenced or 905-960-7737 yard. $1375 inclusive, with appliances. Nov. 1st. 905-478-4280 Articles for Sale

KESWICK- LARGE room, separate entrance. Cable/ TV/ internet. $550. Oct. 1st/ 15th Nancy/ Dave (289)338-5716



2.5 mi. E. of Keswick, 24190 Kennedy Rd. 15 mi. N. of Newmarket, off Woodbine Ave. ( Watch for signs). Wed: Qty. of NEW fishing tackle, rods & reels, Eskimo 3 man portable ice hut, winter gloves, hats, deer feed, RT wheel barrow, shop & hand tools, chainsaw, drill press, etc Thur: Dining room set, 5 pc. Modern bedroom set, sofa set, dressers, oak kitchen set, futon, wardrobes, collectable glass & china, art work, major appliances, plus hundreds of above average household effects too numerous to mention. Check the web site, for photos & additions POLLARDS AUCTIONS & APPRAISAL SERVICES 905-722-3112 SUTTON 905-476-5160

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NOTICE OF LIEN SALE The personal property, household goods, and contents of the following rental space will be sold for cash or otherwise disposed of, to satisfy rental liens for unpaid rent in accordance with Ontario Statutes Charter R.25 on Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at Keswick Self Storage, 2410 Boyers Rd., Keswick L4P 3E9 905-476-4555 Victoria Chalupka 5 x10 Cora Preston 10x10 Scott Fudge 10x15 George Leask 10x10 Keri Shank 10x10 Tammy Gooding 10x10 Please Note: CASH ONLY

Vehicles Wanted/Wrecking #1 CASH for Cars/ Vans/ Trucks. Picked up. Any condition. Any time. Fast free towing. 905-476-5890 $300 TO $2000Dead/ Alive. Cars/ trucks/ vans. Fast Free towing. We sell parts. 416-500-5050

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Domestic Help Wanted HOUSEKEEPER required immediately in Newmarket area. 2 days a week. Please call Lee, 416-200-8854

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Death Notices

Death Notices DINNING, Eileen (Bridport) Gone home from Hill House Hospice, Richmond Hill on September 23, 2012 in her 85th year.

Beloved wife of the late Sidney Dinning. Loving mother of Lincoln (Laurie) and Kent (Lori). Proud Grandma of Matthew (killed in Afghanistan in 2006), Brendon (presently serving in Kabul), Steadman (Queenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University) and Emma (last year of high school). Sister of Sheila (Ray) of Nottingham, England. Friends called at MARSHALL FUNERAL HOME, 10366 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill (4th traffic light north of Major Mackenzie Drive) on Monday, September 24, 2012 from 2-4 p.m. 7-9 p.m. Service was held in the funeral home chapel on Tuesday at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Hill House Hospice, 36 Wright Street, Richmond Hill L4C 4A1. This world is not conclusion A sequel stands beyond Invisible as music But positive as sound.

EUSTACE, Elda Laureen Peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket on Monday, September 24, 2012 at the age of 89 years. Elda Eustace (nee Deaken) of Sutton, beloved wife of the late Peter Eustace. Loving mother of Paul and his wife Georgina of Paris, Brent and his wife Debbie of Sutton and Lee and his wife Betsy of Toronto. Loving grandmother of Robert (Leah), Jonathan (Jessica), Peter and Sherry and great grandmother of Daniel, Sophia, Niko and David. Sister-in-law of Shirley Deaken. Predeceased by her brothers Arnold, and Lionel. Lovingly remembered by her nieces, nephews and friends. A Memorial Visitation will be held in the Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home, 20846 Dalton Road, Sutton, from 7-9 p.m. Monday. Memorial Service in St. Georgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Anglican Church, Sibbald Point, 408 Hedge Road, Sutton, Tuesday, October 2nd at 2:00 p.m. with visitation in the church from 1:00 p.m. Interment of cremated remains Briar Hill Cemetery, Sutton. Memorial donations to the Parkinson Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Memorial condolences may be made at

SWEET, Donald Suddenly passed away on Sunday, September 23, 2012. Donald Sweet of Bradford at 50 years of age. Beloved father of Bryan, late Christopher, Wayne, Andrew and Curtis. Proud grandpa of Richard and Alana. Dear brother of Lois, Danny, (Geraldine) twin brother Ronald (Heather) and predeceased by David. Special thanks to daughter-in-law Donna and her brother Damien for their loving care of Donnie. Family and friends called at SKWARCHUK FUNERAL HOME, Bradford for visitation on Thursday, September 27, 2012 from 10 a.m. until the time of a funeral service in the Chapel at 11 a.m. followed by cremation.

Death Notices

Death Notices

SHERRARD, Gloria Surrounded by her family, and after a courageous battle with cancer, on Saturday, September 22, 2012 in her 76th year. Gloria, beloved mother to Sandy and her husband Rod Sheridan. Predeceased by her son Todd. Survived by daughter-in-law Bia. Loving grandma to Conor, Evan, Nathan, and Andre. She will be fondly remembered by her sister Diane, brothers John, Bill, Dan, Kevin, Peter, David and Brian. Also survived by step-mother Edna, sister Marlene and many nieces and nephews. Friends called at the Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora (905-727-5421) on Monday, September 24th from 6-8 p.m. Memorial Service was held at Aurora United Church, 15186 Yonge Street, Aurora on Tuesday, September 25th at 11 a.m. A special thank you to Karen and the staff at Hollandview, Aurora. Donations to Hospice King/Aurora or the Aurora United Church would be appreciated by the family. On-line condolences may be made at

STUNDEN, Norman John At Bradford Valley Long Term Care, on Sunday, September 23, 2012. Norman Stunden, long time resident of Aurora, in his 83rd year, beloved husband of Shirley Marie (nee Holman). Loving father of Terry Smith (Bob) and Trudy Stunden. Remembered with love by his grandchildren: Jennifer, Ryan, Erin, Jason (Stefanie), and Jaime. Great grandfather to Jackson. Predeceased by his parents Clarence and Dorothy Stunden. Dear brother of Kelly Watson, Ray and Jim Stunden. Deeply loved and remembered by Sally Rose whom Norm looked upon as another daughter. Fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews. Rested at the Roadhouse & Rose Funeral Home, 157 Main Street South, Newmarket on Wednesday, September 26th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service will be held at the Aurora United Church on Thursday, September 27th at 11 a.m. followed by interment at the Aurora Cemetery. Donations in Norm's memory to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences may be made at

HALE, Mazie Irene At Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket on Friday, September 21, 2012 in her 87th year with her Saviour, Jesus. Mazie Hale (nee Butler) of Keswick, beloved wife of the late Dean Russell Hale. Dear mother of Delores Hillis and her husband Tom, Dean, Gary, Roy and his wife Heather and Mark St. Germain. Loving grandmother of Brent, Kim, Emily, Clarissa, Cody, Jeremy, Laura and Stacey. Dear sister of Walt Butler and his wife Marie and Grace Gillespie and sister-in-law of Betty Butler. Predeceased by her brothers Bill and Alf and her sister Edith. Visitation was held at the Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home, 20846 Dalton Road, Sutton, from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Service was in the chapel, Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Interment Briar Hill Cemetery, Sutton. Memorial donations to the Salvation Army Georgina Community Church would be appreciated by the family. Memorial condolences may be made at

Death Notices

Death Notices

STATHOPOULOS, Alexandra Peacefully entered into eternal rest at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, on Thursday, September 20, 2012 at the age of 57 years. Alexandra Stathopoulos (nee Simitzis), beloved wife of Dionisios. Loving mother of Chris and Peter. Dear sister of Peter Simitzis and his wife Lenia. Visitation was held at the Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home, 20846 Dalton Road, Sutton, Friday from 3-5 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass was celebrated in St. Panteleimon Greek Orthodox Church, 11359 Warden Avenue, Markham, Saturday, September 22, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. Interment, Briar Hill Cemetery, Sutton. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Memorial condolences may be made at

ARMSTRONG, Reginald (Aurora Bowl) Peacefully, at home in Aurora, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012. Reg, beloved husband and best friend of Shirley. Special dad to Terry. He will be fondly remembered by his buddy Odie, brother, Arthur, nephews, Drew, John, Brent, nieces, Janice, and Elaine. Friends may call at the Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora (905-727-5421) on Thursday, September 27th from 6-8 p.m. A Memorial Service will be held in the chapel Friday, September 28th at 11 a.m. Donations to the Shriner's Hospitals would be appreciated by the family. On-line condolences may be made at "Rest In Peace"

FIKE, Tracy Anne Peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket, on Wednesday, September 19, 2012, at the age of 50 years. Tracy Fike of Jackson's Point, beloved mother of Sarah Fike-Jollimore of Jackson's Point. Loving daughter of the late Janice Jones. Tracy will be greatly missed by her family and friends. A Memorial Service was held in the chapel of the Forrest & Taylor Funeral Home, 20846 Dalton Road, Sutton, Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. Visitation from 1:00 p.m. Memorial donations to Southlake Foundation, Stronach Cancer Centre would be appreciated by the family. Memorial Condolences may be made at

PATERSON, Tracy Lynn (nee Westgarth) Passed away suddenly on Thursday, September 20, 2012 at the age of 46 in Calgary, Alberta. Loving wife of Rob and cherished Mom to Reid (Darlene) and Amanda (Devon). Dear sister of Doug Westgarth (Sharon) and Ron Westgarth (Aida) and Thomas (deceased 2000). Loving aunt to Sarah, Erika and TJ. Loving daughter of Olive and the late Murray (2002). Will be missed by her uncles and aunts and many cousins. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at a later date. Will miss and love you always xxoo



WEAVER, Elaine It has been ten years (September 28, 2002) since you departed from us. There is not a day goes by that you are not remembered and thought about. Your zest for life, love and caring as a devoted wife and mother, and with everyone that you came in contact, showed in everything you did. God searches hearts and in yours He found a heart that would help complete His Heavenly home. We know that you look down on us from your new home as we all proceed through life as you did once. We will all meet again someday. Love always Diane and Paul


ALLEN, Ellwood and Mary

In loving memory of our dear parents and grandparents who passed away Dad - September 26, 1992 Mom - April 1, 1993 It's twenty years since you've been gone But in our hearts you still live on. Your presence we miss, Your memory we treasure, Loving you always, Forgetting you never. Dianne, Doug Kirton and family.

Christopher Cradock

December 31, 1962 - September 27, 1987 Your prensence we miss, Your memory we treasure, Loving you always, Forgetting you never. Love always, Mom & Dad, sister Kim & family.



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

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

Sat., 29th, 9am-3pm. Chartwell Crescent, Keswick DOWNSIZING. We're even selling the kitchen sink! Follow pink signs. Full info at:.

Clearance Yard Sale

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Sat., Sept 29th 8am-4pm

Consignment Inventory, furniture, vintage, glassware, etc.


CONTENTS/ MOVING Sale- Furniture, tableware, linens, etc. 44 Damsel Circle, Sutton-By-The-Lake. September 29, 8:30am-1pm. GARAGE/ ESTATE Sale! Keswick. Friday September 28, Sat September 29 7am start 46 Windover Dr Near McDonalds ISLAND GROVE- 985 Barton Ave. Sept. 29th, 8am-1pm. Clothes, furniture, boat supplies, odds & ends. MOORE'S BEACH off Duclos Point Road. Saturday, September 29th. 8am-2pm. Household items. New gifts. Clothing, toys, Christmas decor, crafts.


Joan & Fred Foster are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Jennifer to Shawn, son of Joni & Dan Darnbrough. Wedding to take place in November 2012. Jack & Jill, September 29th, 7pm at the Sharon Arena.

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2012 Dodge Ram 1500 SXT 4x4 Quad Cab

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. or MSRP $28,538


Sale Price

* $




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.


WAS $25,988


WAS $23,988

* or$


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.

NOW $22,988


Sale Price


* $




2012 Dodge Journey SE

Sale Price

NOW $24,998

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. or MSRP $40,280.


WAS $20,989


NOW $19,988

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

Sale Price

* or$

21,420 123


WAS $49,988

2012 FIAT 500 SPORT

NOW $48,988


WAS $22,988


NOW $21,988


4 cyl, auto, air. AM/FM/CD, p/windows, p/door locks, p/ 6 cyl., auto, air, AM/FM/CD, tilt, cruise, p/windows/door locks/ mirrors, p/sunroof, alum sport wheels, keyless entry and Cummins Diesel, auto, air, leather seats, p/seats/mirrors/door locks, mirrors, keyless entry, alum wheels and much more. Only 41,896 more. Balance of factory. Only 30,941 kms. Former daily keyless entry, running boards AM/FM/CD and much more. Loaded! kms. Balance of factory warranty. Stock #12282A rental. Stock # 12U25. Only 29,038 kms. Balance of factory warranty. Stock #12116A


WAS $16,988


NOW $15,988


$11,988 2007 DODGE CALIBER SXT

V-8, Auto, Air, Tilt, Cruise, Keyless Entry, Boxliner, Trailer 4 cyl, auto, air, tilt, keyless entry, AM/FM/CD, power V6, auto, air, AM/FM/CD, tilt, cruise, sunscreen glass, p/ 4 cyl, auto, air. AM/FM/CD, alum wheels, tilt, cruise, Tow Pkg, P-Windows, P-Locks, P-Mirrors, AM/FM/CD and windows/door locks/mirrors and more. 81,469 kms. windows, mirrors/locks, 7 passenger, Stow n Go and heated seats, keyless entry, p/windows, p/door locks, p/mirrors, and more. 85,469 kms. Stock # 13U1. more. Stock # 12U5. more. Only 51,521 Kms. Balance of Factory Warranty. Balance of factory warranty. Stock # 13U2 Stock # 12150A. 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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