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Moffatt, Brown to square off in Rideau-Goulbourn The field of candidates has been finalized for the October 22 municipal election. Perhaps the most intriguing campaign – if not the most awkward – pits Rideau-Goulbourn Councillor Scott Moffatt against his former staff member David Brown. Earlier this year, Brown resigned his position from Moffatt’s office to tell his boss he would be challenging him in the election. Brown, who has also worked for MP Pierre Poilievre, is the President of the Richmond Fair and the Richmond Agricultural Society. Moffatt is Chair of the Ottawa Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and is seeking his third term on council.

In Gloucester-South Nepean, incumbent Michael Qaqish will also be challenged by four candidates. The biggest challenge for Qaqish is expected to come from media personality Carol Anne Meehan, who registered on the final day of nominations. Meehan has lived in the GloucesterSouth Nepean Ward for 25 years and is well known throughout Ottawa from her years as the CTV Ottawa news anchor, and more recently her radio work on 1310 News. Other candidates in Ward 22 are Zaff Ansari, who ran for the NDP in the recent provincial election, along with Irene Mei and Harpeet Singh.


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Long-time OCDSB trustee Lynn Scott to seek re-election in Zone 1 Lynn Scott, long-time trustee for Zone 1, Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, will seek re-election in October. Zone 1 includes the city wards of Rideau-Goulbourn, West CarletonMarch and Stittsville. Scott says she is a strong proponent of individualized education, better strategic planning, fiscal accountability and good governance, and believes a strong board with a diversity of experience and knowledge will be needed to address challenges and changes over the next four years, especially with a new government at Queen’s Park. “I’ve always been able to have a good relationship with the Progres-

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sive Conservative MPPs representing the area,” she says. “We need to work together to provide the best possible education to all students, regardless of their individual needs. The funding formula needs to be re-examined, and another round of collective bargaining will begin in 2019.” The biggest news locally from Scott’s last term was the announcement of a new high school in Stittsville, which will alleviate potential crowding issues at South Carleton High School. “The announcement of funding for a new public high school in Stittsville was great news,” says Scott, “but

tation processes more effective are on her list. Scott anticipates a new strategic plan, with a new Director of Education, that will embrace new data to support equity and diversity, but she cautions that the board must not forget that behind every number, behind every label, there’s a unique student with a unique family and unique needs. “As a trustee, my most rewarding moments have come when a parent or student approaches me at an event to say that something I’ve said or done has made a positive difference in a child’s life,” she says. “With every policy, every budget decision, I have to think of the impact on students.”

there’s still a lot of work to be done, including the complex task of setting an attendance boundary for the new school. We’ll need to optimize the use of every dollar to create a design with the flexibility to serve evolving learning needs over at least the next 50 years. After advocating for this school for so long, I can’t walk away without finishing the job!” Scott says the biggest challenges facing the board are improving student achievement – especially in math – addressing dwindling enrolment in the regular English program, finding better ways to deal with student behavior issues, and making advisory committees and consul-

rideau-goulbourn continues from page 1 In Osgoode, months of speculation that former township mayor and city councillor Doug Thompson was looking to run again ended as Thompson did not enter the race. George Darouze, who won the seat after Thompson’s retirement, will be challenged by Auguste Banfalvi, Mark Scharfe, Kim Sheldrick and Jay Tisick. In the Ottawa Carleton District School Board, Zone 1 trustee Lynn Scott will be running against four challengers. Jon Flemming, Gurprit Kindra, Ken Lumsden and Brandon Rabideau have all registered as candidates. Running for the Zone 7 trustee, which covers the Gloucester-South Nepean and Osgoode Wards, are Jennifer Jennekens and Kim Woods. Ottawa Catholic School Board Zone 1 trustee John Curry and Zone 4 trustee

Spencer Warren will win their seats by acclamation. For the Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario, Denis Labrèche and Samia Oueled Ali will be running in Zone 12. Chad Mariage will be acclaimed as the trustee representing Rideau-Goulbourn and Gloucester-South Nepean for the Conseil des écoles catholiques du centre-est, while Monique Briand will be acclaimed in Zone 10, which includes Osgoode. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson is being challenged by 10 candidates. Hamid Alakozai, Ahmed Bouragba, Bernard Couchman, Clive Doucet, Joey Drouin, Ryan Lithall, Craig MacAulay, Bruce McConville, Michael Pastien, Moises Schachtler and James Sheahan will be up against Watson, who is seeking his third consecutive term as Mayor.



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The MessengerCOMMUNITY A Taste of Manotick has grown to become BIA’s signature event

The Manotick BIA is once again preparing for what has become its signature showcase event of the year. The annual Taste of Manotick takes place Sat., Aug. 18 in the village. The event gives local residents and visitors a chance to experience all that Manotick businesses have to offer. Theevent has grown over the years, with thousands crowding a closed off Manotick Main Street, and many more at the Manotick Mews. Manotick BIA Execu-

tive Director Donna Smith indicated that between 55 and 60 Manotick businesses are taking part in the event. “We’re very happy with the participation level, as well as the commitment that Manotick businesses are making to make this event a success,” said Smith. “We have a lot of visitors that come to Manotick each year specifically for A Taste of Manotick, so we have to make sure we change things up so that it is fresh.”


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Last year’s A Taste of Manotick event drew a large crowd to the Manotrick village core.


An inflatable fun derby is one of the many activities that the Manotick BIA has brought in for this year’s A Taste of Manotick.

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Rideau-GoulbournREPORT This will be last column before election blackout period in effect

With this being my last column before the October municipal election (more on that later), I wanted to use the beginning of this column to take a moment and remember my grandmother, Hilda Moore, who passed away recently after a battle with Lewy Body Dementia. My grandmother was born in 1929 and spent her childhood in Old Ottawa South. She met my grandfather, Sumner Moore, in Constance Bay and they got married at Southminster Church on Bank Street. They would buy a home and begin their family in Carlington before moving to Richmond in 1958. My grandmother would spend 60 years in the village of Richmond. There, she was involved in a little bit of everything including the Richmond Legion, Richmond Curling Club and the Goulbourn Museum. Many remember her from her 30 years working as an administrator at South Carleton High School, retiring in 1990. My grandmother was also very active and in-


WARD REPORT by Councillor Scott Moffatt

terested in the political world. She played a significant part in getting me to where I am today, I am grateful for her role in my life, and that my children were able to have such a strong relationship with her. She touched so many lives in her time and she will be greatly missed by my family and many residents in Richmond who remember her fondly.

Election Blackout Period

As mentioned above, this is the last column that I am able to print in the Messenger until after the October 22nd municipal election. City Council adopted an ElectionRelated Resources Policy which includes a “blackout period” in which corporate resources and Member of Council’s office budgets are not to

be used to sponsor any advertisements, flyers, newsletters or householders. The 60-day “blackout period” is in effect from Thursday, August 23, 2018, up to and including Monday, October 22, 2018 (Voting Day). During the “blackout period”, advertising for City events or services cannot, in broad terms, include the name of any Member of Council who is also a candidate. For any pressing City matter, we will make sure that those items are provided to the Village Voice for Manotick issue and the Richmond Hub for Richmond issues. For other areas of the ward, there is a protocol for how matters can be communicated to ensure proper notification still occurs in the meantime. Please be assured that the only thing impacted here is how we communicate in print. My office will still be attentive to anything that comes their way. Should you have any questions or concerns on anything, email my office

taste continues from page 4 Manotick Main Street will be closed from 4-8 p.m. on Aug. 18 for the event. There will be two stages set up on Manotick Main Street, and there will also be entertainment as well as a car show going on at the Manotick Mews. One of the most anticipated entertainers

will be Dr. Draw, an extreme violinist and beat boxer who has become a national sensation on You Tube. The bands playing at the event will be Sticks ‘n Stones, Johnny Vegas, Tequila and Cougar Bait. “The bands are all local bands from the area or from Ottawa,

and they all have a good following,” Smith said. “We will also have face painters and a stilt walker from Montreal, among other activities.” For more information and updates on A Taste of Manotick, visit the Manotick BIA Facebook page or website at Manotickvillage.com.

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I can boil an egg, I just can’t peel them

Optics Brown’s biggest obstacle

It’s time to drop a few pounds. I’m gonna peel you as easily as power was Okay, by a few, I mean a lot. A whole lot. peeled away from Kathleen Wynne in June. To use a phrase from Redblacks’ games that has become a part of our verIn another month or so I will be running Wait, I won’t even have to peel you? I’m just nacular, we have to throw a mouchoire on a recent column that appeared in around a football field in my referee’s uni- gonna break you. That’s right, eggs. the Ottawa Sun. form, trying to keep up while hoping my big I opened the box. Actually, the Diva O ur C Ommunity Rideau-Goulbourn candidate David Brown was heavily criticized in the colol’ cow heart doesn’t blow up all over the opened the box because I usually mangle umn for his decision to quit his job working for Councillor Scott Moffatt in orfield. it and I wanted to make sure I could still der to run against him. Messenger Editorial And if you buy into the see the instructions. After having lengthy discussions with both candidates, we will admit that myth that vertical stripes Forty-eight little pieces this two-person race is certainly the most awkward of the many races in the Are you more Canadian are slimming, well, they’re Oct. 22 municipal election. FROM THE of plastic stared up at not. Despite the vertical me. Together, as a team, But regardless thefifth situation, David Brown has every right to challenge his thanof a grader? stripes, I look like 20 pounds they would make 12 former boss for the council seat, and he is not breaking any rules or committing With Canada Day approaching next week, it is a good time for us all to of door knobs stuffed into a Eggies. on what it means to be Canadian. anyreflect violations. Do we take being Canadian for granted? 10-pound pillow case when I got my DumbleThere is no doubt that Brown’s decision to run put Moffatt in a tough posBetter yet, how do new Canadians feel about being Canadian? Some of us I have my referee’s uniform dores out – reading ition. indicated to us asthat Brownnotwas very forthright in respectful when lookBoth upon immigrants and refugees opportunists, wanting to give but very willing to take. Perhaps, for some people, that is true, but when you they spoke, and Brown knew that running for the position would mean he on. glasses are one of the attend a celebration for new Canadians, such as the one hosted by Nepeanby Jeff Morris would have to resign a job heHigh loved. that there was any Carleton MP Pierre Poilievrefrom at Mother Teresa SchoolNeither in Barrhavenindicated last When I go through this inconveniences of beyou between can see the excitement and the thankfulness in the move eyes of every badmonth, blood them, even though the by Brown clearly caught his panic ritual, brought to you ing on life’s back nine – new Canadian. bossThey off guard. understand, perhaps better than all of us, what it means to be in part by the bathroom mirand struggled through Canadian. is also fully aware that anyone can challenge to run for any of the Moffatt ror, I get into cleanse mode. I’m 11 pounds the instructions. The type was small. I don’t So how can the rest of us have that feeling? Bev McRae photo elected positionsgovernment in a municipal election. That’s what he did when he won the The Conservative has a solid idea. down two weeks into what will be 30 days of think Ant Man could have read them withAt the school’s 50th Anniversary Party, Manotick Co-operative Nursery School honoured its longest-servJason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigrationnever and Multiculturalism riding from Glenn Brooks. But Moffatt worked for Brooks, and we with have to garden bench, ing teacher/volunteer a memorial will be installed a plaquebe in the hell.which There mightwitheven aschool’s second 30-day out glasses. I washed the Eggies pieces, let and Andrew Cohen, President of the Historica-Dominion Institute, are chalplayground. Left to right, MCNS and June Hodge celebrate June’s 29 years as a supwonder kind advantage Brown has having handled case files for his op-Director Sandy Erler lenging what middle and highof school students to take the citizenship test. victory lap tacked on. them dry, and then sprayed Pam on a paper ply teacher, teacher and volunteer. The Canadian Citizenship Challenge, funded in part by CIC and run by the ponent over the last two years. Had Moffatt known that has employee was goThe highlight of my day is the snack of towel and rubbed the inside of the Eggies Historica-Dominion Institute, will see students study Discover Canada: the ingRights to run himoffor his job, the role in which he was used would andagainst Responsibilities Citizenship andperhaps then take a mock citizenship two boiled eggs. with them. test.been greatly different. Or perhaps he would not have been Sometimes have working in the it’s best just to say nil “This will be a fun way for students to learn about Canada and feel proud I seem to remember the Diva telling me And you know what? It wasn’t as easy as office. I’m finding myself at one of those bizarre cross- wonder about things like how come “underneath” is of our shared history and accomplishments,” said Minister Kenney. “As we once or twice, or maybe a gazillion times, it looked. The motor skill issues surfaced as roads where everything I love about sports is about a word but no one ever says “overneath” when the learn about past and the people and warn events that made Canada what it is the optics. Brown’s move The oneour thing Moffatt did Brown about was to collide with a large swatch of the population workdiscussion pulled me back into soccer. today, we become more proud to be Canadian. 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The Manotick Messenger is not responsible for the loss of unsolicited manuscripts, photos or them in the pot. finished, my egg would you have not tuned into CBC over the Green: past two Patience erupted and out came sarcasmlike, lava. well, Charlie other material used for publication purposes. weeks. If you stumble across Our a World Cup soccer “I saw that match,” I said. “I can’t believe Aus2010 Person A few of them turned out, but more didn’t. Brown’s Christmas Egg. If the other kids saw game on CBC, you will hear what sounds like TRY-lier looked so insipid against Deutschland.” Publisher: Jeffrey Morris of are the 50,000 bees swarming the field. They notYear bees. The mom with the they crocs was not impressed. me eating this, would call me a block- Some were edible, even though they were Managing Editor: Jeffrey Morris Phone: 613-692-6000 They are people blowing on cheap, plastic, gimReporters: McRae Publisher: Bev Jeffrey Morris Greely-area rescue specialistThe mom with Birkenstock’s wasn’t either, but Phone: 613-692-6000 deformed mutant eggs. head sure. Good John Green, pictured with EsauMorris micky horns. she for did acknowledge me withgrief. a response. Managing Editor: Jeff Jeffrey email: Fax: 613-692-3758 Grace Agostinho of the French Reporters: Bev McRae The funny thing about these horns theyfor is your team?” she quipped, condescendThe next day, the Diva made the next My dream came true a few years ago Cafe at is a that fundraiser the“Who Advertising: advert@bellnet.ca Marketing Mgr: Gord Logan Jeff Esau have become what has defined theManotick 2010 World Cup. Project in Haitiingly. at Editor: newsfile@bellnet.ca email: batch. She kept it to seven. They all turned on my birthday. The Diva and the kids had Longfields Davidson Heights People who have been following the World Cup and I did the only thing I could do, shouting as loud News/sports: newsfile@bellnet.ca Office: High School in February, is Marketing Mgr:Angie GordDinardo Logan Advertising: advert@bellnet.ca people who have only seen 20 minutes of it in to the As Seen on TV store. I opened out. She was able to execute cracking the our person of passthegone year as for I could. Photographer: Mike Carroccetto Editor: newsfile@bellnet.ca 2010. Agostinho ing have commented on these annoying yet relent-was our“USA! USA! USA!” Office: Angie Dinardo News/ Sports: newsfile@bellnet.ca person of the yearup for 2009. my andinlow behold, (insert eggs and getting them in the little Eggies cup. less horns. Ironically, while the world has learned to Theypresent, turned their heads disgust.and The next 45 Photographer: Mike Carroccetto For the full story, see page 2. adapt these horns as the one thing they now know seconds were incredibly silent andsinging), awkward. So, as the next two months of protein sound effect of angels I was holdabout South African culture, the horns aren’t really At that point, it was my turn. The cashier We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada shakes with spinach and banana, Isagenix ingscanned a boxmyofDiet Eggies. a part of their everyday lives. South African sports Coke and V-8 Fusion, and I was through the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) for our publishing activities. enthusiasts have commented that they had never Iallscreamed set. out loud and broke into some shakes, almonds, grapes, and, yes, lots of Friday 10 am CLASSIFIED; Monday Advertising deadlines: DISPLAY, Monday 3 p.m.; 4 p.m. Friday noon seen nor heard a vuvuzela horn at a sporting event, “Would you like plastic bags?” All layouts and composition of advertisements produced by employees of Manotick Messenger Vol. 27, Number X Manotick, Ontario Wednesday, Month x, 2010 Single copies $1 sort of very dated 80s club dance on the liv- boiled eggs unfold, I take comfort in the fact and that the South African people find the noise just “Yes please,” I replied. Inc. are protected by copyright invested in the publishers of the Manotick Messenger. as annoying as the rest of the world does. I had never been so happy to pay five cents for a that I will never have to peel a boiled egg, ing room floor. I think it was The Sprinkler. Member, Ontario Community Newspaper Association Apparently, some now wealthy marketing genius plastic bag just to get the hell out there. Canadian Community Newspaper Association came up with the idea to mass produce and market Hey egg shells, I’m talkin’ to you. Who’s ever again. these horns as a World Cup novelty. The plan Jeffrey Morris was the 2008 OCNA Columnist of Now, if only I could figure out how to crack your daddy Hmmm? Who’s your worked, and now the rest of the world must endure the Year. His book, now? From the Other Skide, is availthe shrilling sounds of his quick buck. able at Manotick Pro, Barrhaven Store, me, eggs. daddy now? Office That’s right.UPSFear them open…


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Manotick Lions Club unable to continue as Santa Parade organizers ever-increasing number of barricades requested by the City of Ottawa was well received and resulted in placing off all 30 barricades, placing and collecting of the barricades proved difficult for the three Lions still able to carry out this task and the one truck that is available. Other difficulties involve licenses and insurance for the event. In view of the above the Manotick Lions Club will not be able to organize the event this year. We will however, be willing to help any other organ-

ization wishing to take it over. I understand from various businesses that yes they are busy on that day, but we need to keep our community alive.

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The MessengerCOMMUNITY


Relieving the Canadian Idol dream 10 years later By

the real Jeff Morris

We sat in a circle. There were eight of us, sitting in a room at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. We were all media members from different parts of Canada. Ann MacGregor of Pictou County, Nova Scotia was very matter-of-factly when she stood up to introduce herself. “I’m going to apologize to you in advance, because a lot of you will be better than me,” she said. “But I am going to win.” We smiled and laughed, thinking she was just having fun with us. “No, seriously,” she said. “You don’t understand. Pictou County is the reality television voting capital of Canada. The entire county is sitting there with their fingers on their keyboards, ready to vote. The café in town is open 24 hours for this so people can come in and vote all night long. You guys really don’t stand a chance against this.” And sure enough, 10 years ago this week, Ann MacGregor was the winner of the last Canadian Media Idol singing competition. In fact, she collected more votes than the rest of us combined. “That’s how JD Fortune won the contest to become the lead singer of INXS on that reality show,” she said. “He was from Pictou County. In fact, while this was going on, he slept on our couch for a while.” CTV held the Canadian Media Idol competition as a way to promote Canadian Idol. They would bring celebrity judge Sass Jordan to various cities across Canada, while members of the media would sing. The winner of each city would get $1,000 for the charity of

libation-aided karaoke kle Twinkle Little Star. their choice, and they She called it the Twinkle night. would also get a trip to And then there was Remix Part II. She deToronto to take part in a my rap career. I figured I stroyed us all. I came in national Canadian Media would make it big as Can- third. Idol competition and apA decade later, I am adian rap star Ice Rink. pear on the season openWhen I played for the Ot- still here and she is still er of Canadian Idol. tawa Bootleggers, we got the morning host of A few dozen of us together with local band East Coast FM in Pictou trekked through a snow Zephram Cochrane and County. I called her the storm on a February did a rap song that we other day to congratulate afternoon to get to the wrote together. I thought her for holding the Media Chateau Laurier, where I did well in my part, until Idol crown for 10 years. we recorded singing. But when I called her and I heard it back. I’m not really a singer. “My God do you ever said it was Jeff Morris, Not really sure why I put sound like a white guy,” she thought I was somethe word ‘really’ in that one of my teammates one else. There is also a sentence. I guess it’s a said in the recording stu- Canadian recording artist habit. named Jeff Morris. dio. Really. “No, that’s Jeff Morris I listened to it. He was My singing backright. I may as well have 2.0,” I said. “This is the ground consisted of ridrapped about wearing real Jeff Morris. You know, ing around on my bike khakis and sitting in a the Zamboni Man.” when I was five or six She figured out and cube doing reports while belting out BJ ThomI dream about a new laughed. as, Conway Twitty and I wonder if people ever minivan, waiting for the Glen Campbell songs, lady with the cart to get come up to Jeff Morris 2.0 and telling people that off the elevator and ring and say they like his colI was going to be a singher bell so we could all umn or ask him if he is ing cowboy when I grew run up to her like Pav- going to do another book. up. At Churchill Public Probably not. lov’s Dog and buy her School, our three-classI never did get to be a premade chicken salad room institute of primary singing cowboy, but the learning, I landed two Barrhaven Independent publisher Jeff Morris belts out sandwiches for lunch. That’s the most white Canadian Idol experience big singing roles. One ‘Zamboni Man’ during the Canadian Media Idol competiguy-ish thing I could was once-in-a-lifetime. was as the sheep in the tion in Toronto 10 years ago. We got professional vocal think of. Christmas song about training from Debra Byrd Really. the manger scene. I was Man was a hit. As hor- South Grenville District I dusted off Zamboni of American Idol, we the fourth soloist, right rible as it was, it was High School talent show, after Kayla Van Dusen. I catchy. It stuck in your I rolled it out and show- Man and won the Ot- hung out at the mansion nailed it. In Grade 5, I was head. I was sitting there cased it. My dreams of tawa Media Idol contest, with Ben Mulroney and in the school play and half paying attention being a singing cowboy and got to go to Toronto. Sass Jordan and Theo Cathy Marjerrison and I when I started singing it were long in the rearview I sang it there, and it was Tams. I bet Jeff Morris 2.0 had the leads. When she as ‘Zamboni Man,’ and mirror, but at least I had up on CTV’s website for never got to do anything passed away earlier this then proceeded to make a signature song that has voting. Ann, meanwhile, cool like that. Really. year, I reminisced about up my own verses. At the been rolled out at the odd did a rap version of Twinhow she memorized my lines for me and whispered them to me when I got stuck. She was such a great cowboy wife, especially for a nine-year-old. We sang ‘Don’t Fence Me In.’ We nailed it. One day when I was in high school, I was listening to the radio and Sammy Davis, Jr. came on singing ‘Candy Man.’ That song could never be recorded today. People would think it’s about a creepy old dude trying to lure kids into an unmarked white van with Skittles and Jolly Ranchers. But back then, Candy Jeff Morris, back, poses for a photo with the other 2008 Canadian Media Idol contestants in Toronto. It would be the last year for Canadian Idol.


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The MessengerNEWS

Manotick newlywed wants to be re-united with paddle after weekend mishap My husband Steve and I made a little bet while playing cards on Saturday afternoon. The loser bought the beer. I won of course and Steve suggested that we go kayaking from the Manotick Bridge down to Kelly’s Landing Restaurant not knowing how far it really was by kayak. We embarked on this adventure at about 4:30p.m. with two kayaks, one paddle and Coco, our Chihuahua. In retrospect, it probably wasn’t such a smart idea to have only one paddle between the two of us. We thought we’d share – half each. It sounded like a good idea at the time. So off we went! My winner’s beer was waiting at the end of our kayak ex-

pedition. To make a long story short, I fell way behind hubby. A nice boater came

along an offered to tow me towards Kelly’s Landing. I was so looking forward to catching up and/

or passing my new Welsh husband of two months. Well it didn’t turn out that way. The kayak with Coco and me in it inexplicably flipped over. Coco and I were wet, but uninjured. Coco swam safely to

shore. The young man with the boat jumped in the Rideau River and swam me and my kayak to the shore, too. Hubby missed seeing all of this! Coco and I were reunited with hubby. But

we are still missing half a paddle. The kayak capsized near a house that’s under construction. If anyone found a half of a paddle, can they please contact me at diane_dinelle@yahoo.ca.

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The MessengerSPORTS Eagles come back to beat Medicine Hat in first game at nationals

The East Nepean Eagles are off to a good start at the Canadian Junior Little League Championships in Lethbridge, Alberta. The Eagles defeated Medicine Hat 8-7 Monday ( July 30) for a comefrom-behind victory. The Eagles scored five runs in the fifth inning. Catcher Liam Finn had a pair of hits and scored two runs, while Tyson Normand also had two hits and drove in one. Calder Kuseler, Aiden Duncan, Brayden Goldberg, Hayden Wellstead, Eric Tao and Dom Vizzari all added hits. Nicholan Hum scored two runs with one each going to Matt Fahey, Kuseler, Tao and Vizari. Normand was the winning pitcher, giving up two runs on six hits while striking out one

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while Fahey pitched three and two-thirds innings, giving up a run on two hits. The Eagles did not

fare as well in their next three games. They lost to Fraser Valley, BC 129, Mirabel, QC 16-3 and host Lethbridge 6-5.

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The East Nepean Eagles posted wins over Kingston, Orleans and a pair of wins over Oakville to win the Ontario Junior Little League championship. The win earned the Eagles a trip to the Canadian Junior Little League Championships in Lethbridge.

Charlie MacDougall delivers a pitch during the East Nepean Eagles’ 11-6 win over Ottawa West in the District 2 Little League final. The victory gave the Eagles a berth in the Ontario Minor Little League Championships in Windsor. The Eagles were eliminated from the provincials after losing their opening game 10-5 to the High Park All-Stars Saturday and an 8-6 loss to the Orleans Red Sox Sunday. Mike Carroccetto photo

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The MessengerCOMMUNITY Canada Post planning expansion of Manotick Post Office

Parcel volumes at the Manotick Post Office continue to grow, resulting in a proposed expansion of the existing building. The 300 square metre addition, to be located at the rear of the Post Office, will provide additional storage and sorting space and falls within the zoning allowed for the site. The proposal also includes a new garbage enclosure, load-


VOICE by Grace Thrasher, President, Manotick Village and Community Association (MVCA)

ing bay with scissor lift, and other alterations including parking area repainting and landscaping modifications. There are no proposed changes to the existing entrances.

Manotick Farmers Market The Farmers’ Market, located across from Watsons Mill in Dickinson Square, has opened up again. It will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday until October 6. It features local produce, seasoned salts, honey and BBQ sauces. There is still space for vendors if you are interested in setting up a booth. Contact jp-

fournier@hotmail.com for details.

Donna Smith at manotickbia@rogers.com.

Taste of Manotick needs volunteers If you have a couple of hours to spare on Saturday, August 18 between 2 and 10 p.m, the Manotick BIA is looking for volunteers to man barricades at Bridge and Main and at Currier and Main Streets. Shifts can be an hour or two. If you are interested contact

Sharrows on Bridge Street The recent public debate about the new sharrows placed on Holland Avenue for cyclists highlights a similar issue on Bridge Street for Manotick cyclists. The bike lane shifts into a sharrow (where cars and bicycles proceed in a single file) just be-

fore the intersection of Bridge and Dickinson Street, heading in both directions. The sharrow exists because of the left-hand turn lanes for traffic turning into the small cul de sac on the north and west bound traffic heading to Dickinson Square and side streets on the south. Unfortunately, some drivers are using this as a short cut to try and

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MANOTICK MESSENGER VOICE continues from page 14 beat the traffic at Bridge and Main, resulting in speeding through that residential neighbourhood. Perhaps it is time the City rethinks the left hand turn lanes at this location so that it can make cycling safer along Bridge Street and reduce speeding along Dickinson Street. If you agree, please let me know at president@manotickvca.org If you have an alternative solution, please pass it along. Picnic in the Park and Soap Box Derby There is still time to

register for the annual Soap Box Derby, set for Sunday, August 26. And plan to attend the Picnic in the Park held in conjunction with the Derby. There will be crafts for children, face painting, corn, burgers and dogs and a fundraising bake sale as well as entertainment by Manotick Brass. The Derby starts at 9 a.m. and the Picnic runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Centennial Park. Join us for a fun day in the Village!

have 6 hours a month of spare time, the Manotick Village and Community Association could use your help. Our Treasurer is moving to another town so we need a new Treasurer. No accounting experience is required as we follow simple accounting practices. You would be required to present a monthly financial report at our Board meetings. If you are interested, please contact me at president@manotickvca.org

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Heritage Domestic Skills Demonstration, August 12, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Join us at Dickinson House for a celebration of the Tasks, Tools & Techniques of Home Life in Early Ontario. There will be exhibits, demonstrations, and even “hands-on” opportunities to experience pioneer clothes washing, wool carding, quilting, wool spinning and



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treadle-machine sewing. Special attractions include making butter and ice cream by hand The Mill Night Shift, August 16, 5-9 p.m. Tour the Mill and enjoy music by Shawn Tavenier. Free admission. Craft beer available for sale. Got an event happening in Manotick? Please email president@manotickvca.org to get it included in an upcoming newsletter. Follow us on Twitter @ manotickvca and Facebook

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The MessengerNEWS Century-old magazine gives us familiar names of old companies

Readers of this column will know that I am interested in history - local history, antiques, old homes and stores, street names, people, anything old - I should know about old because ...old yes but not an antique yet! Recently I was given an old magazine “The Easter Woman’s Home Companion” April 1912!! The magazine has 106 pages about

THis week,

THIS MONTH by Larry Ellis

16” by 12’’ - price Fifteen Cents. Reading through it I was struck by the number of companies that advertised in the magazine that we still see today. One add is “Tiffany & Co” - remember the drink “Pos-

tum” - “Crisco Shortening” - “Kellogg”s Corn Flakes” - “Pond’s Vanishing Cream” - “Gold Medal Flour” - “Heinz Baked Beans” - “Cuticua Soap” - “1847 Rogers Bros. Silverware” - “Woodbury’s Facial Soap” - “Thomas Edison Phonograph” - “Jell-o” - “Welch’s Grape Juice” - “Scott Paper Towel Co.” “Colgate Soaps” - “Palmolive Soap” - “Lea &

Perrins Sauce” - “Lowney’s Chocolates” - “Kodak Cameras” - “Rexall” - “Westinghouse Electrics” - “Swift’s Premium Hams and Bacon” “Palmolive Soaps” “Old Dutch Cleanser” -”Borden’s Eagle Brand Condensed Milk””Wear-Ever Aluminum Utensils” - “Quaker Oats Co.” - “SherwinWilliams Paints” - “LePage’s Glue” - “Camp-

bell’s Soups” and the label on the can is the same today! The magazine has much more than just advertisements. There is a full-page story about Germany’s Crown Princess Cecilie, who was one of Europe’s most popular Princesses. Another full page is titled “Letters to Grandma”. Another full page is all about “The Garden of Hardy


Shrubs”. A full page is called “ Ten Woman’s Club Programs”. How about this one, “Getting Rid of the Housefly”. Another column is all about recipes for “Delicious Soups”. Another full page is titled, “The Secret of Easter”. It is a wonderful magazine and includes much more than these few lines: when you think about it - it is 106 years old!




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Samara Square offers 35 new apartments in Richmond RichmondHub.ca The Apartments at Samara Square are now renting for September 2018 occupancy. Ideal for singles, professional couples, downsizers and seniors, the apartments are a welcome addition to the community of Richmond. This new apartment building gives residents the option of renting an apartment

with the quality and features of a condominium, but without the fees and responsibilities that come along with ownership. There are 8 onebedroom units and 27 two-bedroom units: Cedar: 6 total units. 1-bedroom one bath (approx. 586 sq. ft.) Willow: 2 total units (technically a bachelor) 1 bedroom, one bath (approx. 786 sq.

ft.) Maple: 12 total units. 2-bedroom, 1 bath (approx. 866 sq. ft.) Beech: 12 total units. 2-bedroom, 2 baths (approx. 846 sq. ft.) Hawthorne: 2 total units. 2-bedroom, 2 baths (approx. 1020 sq. ft.) The building has an elevator, and balcony or patio for each apartment. Every unit

is finished with hardwood flooring, quartz countertops and custom kitchens and also includes 6 appliances (stove, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, washer, dryer). All units are individually metered and have their own thermostat, A/C and hot water tank (heat and hydro not included). Each unit has both Rogers and Bell Fibre ready if renters

choose to subscribe. The front door to the building has both a key fob and dial entry system. There are 27 underground parking spaces including one handicapped spot. Each of the 27 twobedroom units will include one underground parking spot. The one-bedroom units will include one surface parking spot. This may be adjusted

to accommodate individual cases. Monthly rents will be between $1200 and $1600/ month plus heat and hydro and long term leases are available. Samara Square is located at 55 Talos Circle in Richmond. For more information on leasing please contact Sleepwell Management at 613-521-2000 or adam@sleepwellmanagement.com.

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A: A wart is a growth on the skin caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) that looks like a solid blister or hard bump. The virus is contracted by touching something a wart has touched such as a towel, doorknob, or Pharmacist floor. Therefore, warts most commonly grow on the hands or feet. To prevent spreading, do not pick or scratch a wart, keep it covered and wash your hands after touching. Warts may actually go away on their own but more commonly require treatment if painful, bothersome, unsightly or long-lasting. There is no ideal remedy but options include various over-the-counter products such as liquid, gel, pads, freeze/cold therapy which can be found and discussed with your pharmacist at the pharmacy. A doctors visit may be required for stubborn warts or stronger treatment options.

A: A wart is a growth on the skin caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) that looks like a solid blister or hard bump. The virus is contracted by touching something a wart has touched such as a towel, doorknob, or floor. Therefore, warts most commonly grow on the hands or feet. To prevent spreading, do not pick or scratch a wart, keep it covered and wash your hands after touching. Warts may actually go away on their own but more commonly require treatment if painful, bothersome, unsightly or longlasting. There is no ideal remedy but options include various over-the-counter products such as liquid, gel, pads, freeze/cold therapy which can be found and discussed with your pharmacist at the pharmacy. A doctors visit may be required for stubborn warts or stronger treatment options.

A: When you hear about a recall, go to the pet food company’s website and make sure your pet’s diet is not one of the recalled brands. Safety and transparency from a food company is Dr. Andrew Sparling paramount, and only a canine or D.V.M. feline nutritionist or a member of your veterinary care team can help you understand what is important for your pet’s nutritional needs. Don’t be misled by savvy marketing! Discuss your pet’s nutritional needs with your veterinary team, then make sure the company you choose has a solid safety record and is transparent about all their nutritional information.

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New executive chef to bring a Taste of Manotick Place Manotick Place Retirement Community Executive Director Linda Meek has announced the appointment of Dat Tran as their new Executive Chef. Originally from a Chinese family, Tran was born in Vietnam and moved to Canada as a child. He grew up in Kitchener, ON, which he reminds us is the home of the second largest Oktoberfest in the world. Tran went to school at McMaster and graduated with a B. Sc. He then lived and worked in and around the GTA, and then spent several years abroad in Taiwan. “Once I decided to pursue a Culinary Career, I moved to Ottawa and enrolled in the Culinary Program at Le Cordon Bleu,” he said. After graduating from Le Cordon Bleu, he worked in some well renowned restaurants, such as Zen Kitchen, where his team took home the silver medal at the Gold Medal Plates Competition two years in a row. He continued to work in many scratch restaurants and received the AAA 3 Diamond Award while running a small Italian Bistro he owned in the Byward Market. Most recently, he was the Executive Chef at the Rockcliffe Retirement Residence. “My love of Manotick and the country atmosphere has brought me to Manotick Place and I would like to evolve my menus to add some lovely country flare to my fine dining roots,” Tran said. “Food is such an important part of our lives,”

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he added. “Not only do we need it for nourishment, but we have also turned the act of eating into a social event, where we can sit down and have a wonderful time with our friends and family. I would like to take what I learned from the restaurant world to retirement homes, so having a meal here will be like having a meal at a nice restaurant. I have always worked

in scratch kitchens, and have brought those ideals with me to Manotick Place where we make everything from scratch. After spending the past two months getting settled in, I have started to bring in local seasonal fruits and vegetables. I will be looking to partner up with local farms near Manotick, and showcasing the fine produce they grow!”

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To arrange for a complimentary lunch and tour at Manotick Place, call 613-692-2121. “My Culinary Team and I would love to give you a taste of Manotick Place,” Tran said.

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The MessengerNEWS Intersection modifications underway at ARE YOU THE PERSON WE ARE LOOKING FOR? Bank Street and Leitrim Road HOUSING OPERATIONS MANAGER

As you may know, I have been working closely with city staff, local developers and Councillor Darouze to help advance infrastructure for Findlay Creek and Leitrim. Although there were no plans to widen Bank Street before 2024, we have successfully been able to advance the first part of this project including the design for the widening as well as the intersection modification component – with construction set to begin next year. I am pleased to report that we are now in the 90% design stage, which is a significant milestone for the project. Last week updated construction cost estimates and cost estimates for the land acquisition component of the


WARD REPORT by Michael Qaqish

project were submitted. The Leitrim Landowner group will be submitting their Front Ending Agreement to Committee and Council in early 2019.

Mosquito Creek Updates

On July 28th, the Riverside South Community Association (RSCA) completed its inaugural creekwalk with much success! In the coming months the RSCA will be submitting a brief report to the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA) outlining observations

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Kiwanis BarrhavenRiverside South Trivia Night

On Monday August 13th The Kiwanis Club of Barrhaven-Riverside South will be hosting a trivia night. The event will take place at 7:00pm at Gabriel Pizza at 4452 Limebank Road. The event costs $15 per per-

son and promises to be a very fun evening. If you would like more information or to pre-register for this event, please contact Ralph at tweedier@bell. net.

Upcoming Events hosted by the Riverside South Community Association

Summer may be slowly winding down but the Riverside South Community Association (RSCA) have been busy planning lots of fun events to look forward in September. On the evening of September 8th they are planning a Movie in the Park. The movie featured will be Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.


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Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing Inc., a 41 unit rental housing complex receiving City of Ottawa and Ontario provincial funding is seeking a part-time Housing Property Manager who will report to the Board of Directors, This is a part- time flexible office position (currently 20 hrs. per week) with 24/7 on call emergency responsibilities with a part-time custodian to deal with minor maintenance issues. Knowledge of the Ontario social housing field would be beneficial. Significant computer skills will be required and knowledge of the Yardi system would be an asset. The successful candidate will be a self- starter who can work alone and effectively balance the daily operation, the diverse clients and applicable government agencies. The applicant must be empathic, confident, caring and capable of quick decision making. This position will be available on Dec 31/18 with some prior paid overlap with the retiring incumbent. Remuneration will be discussed during the selection process. If you would like to put your name forward for consideration, please email your resume and covering letter of interest by August 31/18 to: barhavennonprofit@bellnet.ca We thank everyone who applies but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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made (including conditions of creek, planting of native plants and invasive species removal opportunities). Special thanks to the 17+ volunteers that participated! Stay tuned to the RSCA website, riversidesouth.org and follow their social media for the report, as well as more information on the upcoming Fall Tree Planting campaign!

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• OTTAWA NEWCOMERS CLUB - non-profit, social organization for women who have recently moved to this area; (and those who have experienced a significant life change), and would like to meet new people of similar interests by joining our many group activities. More information at: ottawanewcomersclub.ca or by contacting newcomersclubottawa@gmail. com • First Friday of each month, Old Time Fiddle Music & Dance Greely Community Centre, 1448 Meadow Drive, Greely. For additional info call 613 489-2697. • 6 hand Eucher Thursday evening in Barrhaven, all ages; 7:00pm to 10:00pm from mid September until May at the Field House on Stoneway Cres in Barrhaven. Call Myrna, 613-797-9442 or email myrnaj@rogers.com for details. • Thursday Fun Night for adults and children. An optional supper at 5:45 pm. Indoor soccer/games,

crafts, or nursery for ages 0-11. Parenting course, Alpha course, or Growing in Faith/Hearing God course for adults, 6:30 - 7:30 pm. To try it out contact, discipleship@trinitybiblechurch.ca • Friday Night Country Music & Dance Club The Greely Legion hosts a Friday Night Music and Dance Club, the fourth Friday of each month. Bring along an instrument to play, or come in to sing, listen and dance. Admission is FREE. Greely Legion, 8021 Mitch Owens Road, ON. Information: 613-822-1451 or 613-826-6128 • Tuesday Dance Party The Greely Legion hosts live music on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Bring along an instrument to play, or come in to sing, listen and dance. Admission is FREE. Greely Legion, 8021 Mitch Owens Road, ON. Information: 613-822-1451 or 613-826-6128.

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Softball donation Each year, the Manotick Masters Softball League selects a local charity to support in an annual fund raiser. Last month, at Centennial Park, a $1000.00 cheque was presented to Natasha Hollywood from the University of Ottawa Brain & Mind Institute for concussion research. A big thank you to Kevin MacDonald and his committee and to all the ball players for their commitment to the community.

The event will take place at Claudette Cain Park, 660 River Road, South Field. Admission will be $2 per person and treats and refreshments will be available to purchase as well. Please stay tuned to riversidesouth.org for updates on this event. On Saturday, September 15th they will be co-hosting a Family Fun Fest with Urbandale Construction. The event will also take place at Claudette Cain Park, 660 River Road, South Field

from 11-2pm. Admission will be $5 per person (age 2 and under are free). There will be live music for all ages, inflatables, petting zoo, face painting, a food truck and other fun activities compliments of local businesses. Rain date will be Sunday, September 16th. As you can imagine planning all of these events takes a lot of time and energy and the RSCA is always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in helping out or

in joining their Executive team please send an email to volunteers@riversidesouth.org.

Before and After School Club – Rideauview Community Centre

The Rideauview Community Centre, located at 4310 Shoreline Drive is currently accepting students for the upcoming school year. This is a great chance for kids to be active with games and sports and also to be creative with

arts and crafts and quiet time for homework. All staff members are First Aid, CPR and High Five certified and have a police record check. Before School club, which runs from 7-9am is $1290 and After School Club, which runs from 2:45-6pm is $2096.25. For more information, please contact 613-822-7887 ext. 21. You can register online at ottawa.ca or at any Client Service Centre by August 15th to ensure your spot.

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seniors are welcome to attend for free! Please call Amie at 613-821-0660 to reserve your spot!

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The MessengerBusiness New dental clinic in Manotick is a ‘one-stop-shop’ for patients

Dentistry @ Manotick is the new dental office only minutes away from Riverside South and Barrhaven area. With Manotick being such a c o m m u n i t y- o r i e n t e d town, Dr. Grewal and Dr. Sandhu love to be apart of the community events and activities, this town has to offer. Dr. Raja Sandhu and Dr. Jaswinder Grewal both reside in Manotick. Dr. Grewal recently moved to the area with her husband who is a lawyer, and their twoyear-old son. Dr. Sandhu and his wife have three kids of their own and you can often find Dr. Sandhu out with his kids or playing a round of golf. Dr. Sandhu is a graduate from Boston University School of Dental Medicine Class of 2004 in the Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry (D.M.D.) program. Dr. Sandhu has been practising dentistry for the last 14 years in the Ottawa area with his list of credentials ever growing. Dr. Grewal, is a 2014 Cum Laude honor graduate in Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) program from the State University of New York at Buffalo. “We at Dentistry @ Manotick understand that experience matters”, states Dr. Grewal, the female dentist and owner at Dentistry @ Manotick. With more than 18 years of combined experience, Dr. Grewal and Dr. Sandhu are prepared for a variety of dental concerns their patients’ may have. Both Doctors have extensive knowledge on implants, oral moderate conscious sedation, nitrous oxide, Invisalign and cosmetic dentistry. With many other services to offer, (including wisdom tooth extractions, implant supported den-

tures, whitening, hygiene tion given in April of 2018 services, root canals, went towards new equipcomposite restorations, ment and technology for etc.), patients can view students grades 1-5. With both Dentists Dentistry @ Manotick as a “one-stop-shop”, offer- going to post-secondary ing a variety of treatment school for over eight years, they truly underoptions under one roof. It’s wonderful that stand how expensive Dentistry @ Manotick education can be, espehas a large variety of cially for people who are services to offer to their just 17 and 18 years old. patients, but what about Dr. Grewal has generthe people whose heart ously donated bursarrate sky rockets with just ies to three high school the thought of visiting graduation ceremonies, the dental office? The presenting the award to option of having nitrous the top science student oxide (also known as in the graduating class. laughing gas) and oral St. Francis Xavier Cathmoderate conscious sed- olic High School, St. Mark ation, is a very useful and Catholic High School and safe option for to getting to St. Joseph High School dental treatment accom- were fortunate enough to plished. These options take part in this opporare also great for people tunity. This June, Dentistry @ with dental anxiety, gag refluxes, extensive treat- Manotick was able to take Dr. Grewal and Dr. Sandhu, along with Dentistry@Manotick team members Natasha, Sara ment plans and for the part in their first Dickin- and Julia, offer a one-stop-shop for dental needs in Manotick and the area. patients that simply do son Day. “What a fun day, not like the noise, smells there are so many small, the office is taking part in choice of a compliment- to know that you have and tastes of a dental of- local businesses we got to is the “Taste of Manotick” ary cleaning, extraction helped someone in need” meet at Dickinson Day as event being held on Au- or filling completed at Dr. Grewal explains as fice. DIRECT RESPONSE MEDIA GROUP Wyecroft Road no charge. The registra- they are wrapping up the well as network with resi- gust 18th from 4-8pm. Being a2285new business Oakville, ON L6L 5L7 Canada The staff at Dentistry tion process is based on planning for the event dents in the town of Manto the community, Dr. (905) 465-1233 | 1 (866) 993-0600 info@drmg.com | drmg.com Grewal and Dr. Sandhu otick/surrounding areas. @ Manotick is working a first-come-first-serve which is just under a Any correction ad must be requested away. by the customer within 48 month atto the8am, both embrace the op- Manotick sure has a lot to hard to organize a Free basis starting HOURS of receiving this approval request in order to meet the closing APPROVAL REQUEST For more information so the staff encourages Dental ARTIST: Day on portunity to donate to offer” stated Dr. Grewal,PRODUCTION TP Septemdates, which vary from one issue to another. PUBLICATION: SOLO CARD about the Free Dental arrive early. ber 8th, 2018 to give back people to local events, teams and who is a member of theDATE: MAy 7, 2018 AD SIZE: 10.875”w x 5.25”h PLEASE NOTE: YOUR AD WILL RUN “AS IS” UNLESS CHANGES ARE MADE Day or becoming to the community for “Routine dental care is BNI, and the BIA (Busischools, which is why TO THIS PROOF, SO PLEASE CHECK OFFERS, about EXPIRY DATES, CONTACT DOCKET NUMBER: 158188 REVISION: 06 INFORMATION & ALL PUBLICATION DATE: MAY 2018 a new patient, please call for aWRITTEN lot COPY. they have decided to be ness Improvement Area) those who do not have not an option a sponsor for Manotick for the area of Manotick. access to regular dental of people in today’s so- 613-491-3300 or visit 990 SOLO CARD SIDE 2 Thank you for using DRMG to promote your business Public School. The dona- The next BIA event that care. People will have a ciety. It is a great feeling River Rd. Manotick, ON.




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Osgoode WardREPORT Civic Blade Sign Replacement Program a success in Osgoode Ward

Over the past two weeks I have been out in the community, many of you having seen or spoken with me while I was delivering sign blades. I have been hearing great feedback about my Civic Blade Sign Replacement program, for the way it has helped bring awareness to the importance of having a proper civic sign at the end of your driveway! Civic signs are a public safety tool used by our Emergency Response Services to identify your home, should you require emergency assistance. Public safety is a major concern of mine and I am proud of this program. Many resident have asked why not everyone is receiving a civic blade under the program. I wish I could have replaced all the blades in the ward; however, this one-time program had limited funding and was only possible by showing that the main roads in the Ward had rusted faster than they should due to the road salt


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from the winter season. The new civic blades are more durable and visible, and I encourage everyone to replace their worn civic blade with a new one. I am hoping this program will continue to serve as an educational tool to promote public safety in our community! If you live on one of the following roads, please contact jane.diraimo@ottawa. ca to schedule a pick-up time from the Metcalfe Office: 8th Line, 9th Line, Bank, Belmeade, Blackcreek, Blanchfeild, Dalmeny, Gordon Murdock, Manotick Station, Marvelville, Mitch Owens, Nixon, Osgoode Main, Parkway, River, Snake Island, Stagecoach, Swale, Victoria, York’s Corners, Castor, Springhill (East). If

your blade sign has rusted and you are not located on one of these main roads, you can always purchase a new one here.

pathway until the work is finished and re-opened by staff. I know this pathway is well loved and used in the community, but safety first!

Join us at the front gate for FREE midway rides for one, from Noon to 1pm on August 17th. Compliments of Councillor George Darouze.

Update on Greely Loop

15th Annual Plowing Fore A Cure

Ward 20 Day at the Ottawa Champions

I want to thank many residents and dedicated volunteers who reported some maintenance concerns with the Greely Loop. Staff were able to address some potholes, tree trimming, and now the loop is looking great. Looking forward to seeing the billboard signs going up in a few weeks!

Update on the Osgoode Multi-Use Pathway

Many resident been patiently waiting for the bridge along the Osgoode Multi-Use Pathway to be fixed. The work has been scheduled to begin on Monday, August 13th and is expected to be complete by September 3rd. Just a safety reminder to keep off the

The Annual Plowing Fore A Cure is held in Memory of Lloyd Cowan, this year on Tuesday, August 14th At Emerald Links Golf & Country Club. Early Bird On-Line registration ends Tuesday August 7th. Registration deadline is August 9th. Get your tickets to enjoy 9 Holes, Cart, Dinner, Awards Presentation and Silent & Live Auctions. Tickets available for Dinner & Auction only also. All proceeds to be shared between the Kemptville District and Winchester District hospitals. Contact Emerald Links to donate or be a sponsor.

Councillor Darouze Day at the 2018 Capital Fair

Osgoode Ward 20 Day at the Ottawa Champions is Sunday, August 26th! Make sure to come see our feature

Ward 20 businesses and groups before the game at 12:30pm, including Bobby B Productions, Metcalfe Agricultural Society, Vibration Studios, and Bytown Ukulele Group. The game starts at 1:35pm. Purchase tickets at www.ottawachampions. com using promo codes: WARD20ADULT ($12); WARD20SENIOR [55+] ( $10); WARD20YOUTH ($5).

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