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News - The Ottawa public school board has found a home for a new elementary school in north Kanata courtesy of BlackBerry. In a deal finalized this month, the board has bought two pieces of land, 6.7 hectares in total, from the smartphone company located at 2101 and 3101 Innovation Dr. in Morgan’s Grant. A site plan proposal has been submitted to the city calling for construction of a twostorey school with 26 classrooms and 5,489 square metres of floor space. The school is slated to open in September 2015 and will have a maximum enrolment of 619 students in kindergarten to Grade 8. “The good news is it’s going to mean the overcrowding that’s been in Kanata north for a long time is going to be helped significantly,” said Christine Boothby, Kanata trustee. Boothby said she was surprised at first by the decision to locate the school in an area surrounded by high-tech businesses such as BlackBerry, Cisco Systems and Mosaid Technologies. “The initial shock was, ‘Wow, a business area,’” she said. But the property also borders Monk Environmental Park and Richcraft Recreation Complex, now under construction.

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Board to discuss school catchment area in the fall Continued from page 1

“It’s a great place for kids because there’s a lot of opportunities for outdoor classes,” Boothby said, adding that students will also be able to use the sports fields at the recreation complex. “This property is a really super find.” Before the shovels can get into the ground, the board will need a zoning amendment from the city, allowing for construction of a school in an area marked for general industrial use. The board has $12 million in funding earmarked for the project, money announced earlier this year by the Ministry of Education. The school will likely be dual track, with French immersion and English programs, said Boothby, adding that program selection and catchment areas are yet to be determined. “We haven’t made any de-

cisions or preliminary decisions on what the catchment areas will be,” she said. SCHOOL

The elementary school will have 68 parking spaces and a bus loop lane, providing a safe area away from traffic for dropping off and picking up students, according to the school’s site plan. The parking lot will also provide an additional dropoff area for children driven to school. The site is located on a collector road, with links to Terry Fox Drive, March Road and Goulbourn Forced Road. Innovation Drive has sidewalks. The site has a larger property size than most other elementary schools, said Michael Clarke, the board’s superintendent of facilities. “It had to be larger than normal,” said Clarke. “Kana-

ta is a massively growing area ... we want to be in a position where as that growth happens we can put an addition on.” Plans call for the building to be located in the north east section of the property, providing space for as many as 18 portables. There is also room for play areas and a sports field. Meanwhile, the school will be set back well away from a nearby hydro corridor and Innovation Drive, according to the board’s site plan. The school will also potentially have a before- and aftercare program for students. ADDITIONS

A north Kanata accommodation review committee spent more than a year researching and debating various solutions to the overcrowding of public schools in the area. More than 800 extra seats

were said to be needed for September 2012 and 1,750 required by 2014. A plan to ease the overcrowding – which included a new school, and additions for South March and Earl of March, was approved by board trustees in April 2012. Former Kanata trustee Cathy Curry presented a motion that included approval for a new elementary school for north Kanata along with a 12-room addition at South March Public School and an addition to the Earl of March Secondary School. The province announced this year it is providing $47.9 million of capital funding for the Ottawa public school board, with projects that include: • $10.6 million to construct a 24-classroom addition to Earl of March Secondary School, allowing the high school to take in grades 7 and 8 students.

• $5.3 million for a 12room addition at South March Public School. • $4.6 million for a new addition at Mutchmor Public School in the Glebe. • $15.4 million for a new addition at Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School in Barrhaven. The additions at Earl of

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News - A developer unveilled plans to build a pair of hotels, a restaurant and two condominiums near the Canadian Tire Centre during a public meeting held at the Johnny Leroux Stittsville Community Arena on Aug. 6. Superior Lodging Corporation is seeking a zoning amendment from the city, allowing for construction of hotels on the property and lifting the height limit from three to seven storeys. The plans call for a pair of up-tofour-storey hotels and two seven-storey condos, all built on the northwest corner of Huntmar Road and Palladium Drive. Superior Lodging Corp. has built hotels across North America, dealing with such brands as Marriott and Holiday Inn, said Bill Holzman, a planning consultant. Holzman said that his client has done due diligence on the proposal for the site which is located across Highway 417, south of the new Tanger outlet mall. He said that his client has determined what while there is no market in this location right now for a fivestar hotel such as the Brookstreet Hotel in Kanata, the proposed hotels would include one medium- to highrange hotel and one low- to mediumrange hotel. He said that these hotels would cater to business travelers,

as that of the adjacent Palladium Auto Park which Holzman said is not appropriate for such a high profile site. He said that the proposed rezoning would bring the site more in keeping with what is envisioned for it in the AL city’s Official Plan. NU NORTH LANARK NO N While the city’s planning docuth A 30 ments speak of 10 to 15 storey buildings at this site, Holzman made it clear that at present his client is not interested in such a height but rather in the seven storey height that is being requested. Individual and Pipe Band Competitions The proposal has been delayed Saturday, August 24, 2013 Highland Dancing Competitions somewhat because of the insistence NLAS Fairgrounds (Rain or Shine) Scottish Clan Booths by the city that the capacity of the Almonte, Ontario 9 am – 6 pm Heavy Event Athletics sanitary sewer system in the area Musical Entertainment Corkery Road @ 4pm Children’s Mini-games to handle the development be confirmed. Flow monitors have now been installed in downstream sewers to determine just exactly what the existing flows are. There are also plans for increased sewage-pumping capacity in the area which should be realized in a couple Admission of years at the most. Adults: $17 ($14 advanced) Holzman said that his client had Children (6-13): $6 Under 6 is free. hoped to move the process along Advanced ticket sales at Carleton Place Chamber of Commerce, Mill Street Books, Nicholson’s quicker, but noted that the city wanted monitoring of the sewer system For More Information 613-256-3881 done. He said that he is hopeful that Visit the monitoring will be wrapped up in No pets • $5 limited parking onsite • No overnight parking the next couple of weeks.


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Community - Thirteen individuals and organizations in Ottawa have been recognized with Road Safety Achievement Awards for outstanding contributions to road safety initiatives in the community. The awards were handed out by Glen Murray, Ontario minister of transportation and minister of Infrastructure, and Mayor Jim Watson. “These awards recognize outstanding individuals and organizations that are helping to make our roads safer for everyone,” he said. “By recognizing these achievements, we are also helping to raise awareness of road safety while reminding people to travel safely and responsibly.” “Many recipients are committed volunteers who are making our roads safer for all users, including our cyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists, and motorists,” Watson said. Ottawa’s 2012 Road Safety Achievement Awards nominees are: • A1 Secure Initiative (Ottawa Public Health’s car seat program)

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road safety initiative of the year. The city’s own safer roads action plan is also helping work towards the goal of keeping people safe on the streets, said Knoxdale-Merivale Coun. Keith Egli, chairman of the transportation committee. “As we continue to strive towards having the safest traffic environment in all of Ontario, it is important to recognize the efforts of the members of our community and also the successes of our Safer Roads Ottawa Program,” he said. “It is the commitment and combined efforts of many people and organizations that are helping us to achieve our goal of improved safety.” The Safer Roads Ottawa Program ( is a plan to prevent any deaths or serious injuries on the roads through culture change, community engagement and by creating a sustainable safe transportation environment. It is a community partnership between police, firefighters, paramedics, public works and Ottawa Public Health and the Public Works Department.


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from Real Women of Canada. The conservative women’s group said Baird’s comments stepped on the toes of another country’s sovereignty, family and religious values. Defending a country’s action based on its cultural/socio-religious identity is a tired argument that too often has been trotted out for public display in the aftermath of human rights abuses. The rights and freedoms of the individual are a basic human law that predates and supersedes the sovereignty and constitutions of nations. Real Women’s comments were immediately slammed by Canadians across the country, highlighting the cultural shift from intolerance to acceptance that has taken place over recent decades. This national movement toward tolerance is by no means strictly a Canadian phenomenon. Recognition of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered rights are gaining acceptance across North America and Europe, albeit at different rates and to different degrees. In the United States, even the Grand Old Party has grudgingly accepted the inevitability of gay marriage. As Sam Cooke once so eloquently wrote, change is gonna come.


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Unlike the rest of us who are stocking up at the LCBO before a long weekend, most Quebec families I know keep a box of wine in the fridge for informal occasions. But when there is a more formal gathering, one can count on the celebratory pop of the cork of a slightly upscale vintage. Everyone partakes, and even some of the older kids get to have a sip or a small glass. And people are very relaxed about drinking, generally. The wine is as important to them as the food. It isn’t guzzled, but drunk slowly between small bites. I realize I’m romanticizing a bit here, but there is, in fact, some hard evidence to back what I’m saying. Believe it or not, the Quebecois actually shop for food differently from the rest of us.

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Believe it or not, the Quebecois actually shop for food differently from the rest of us. This appreciation of food is benefiting their waistlines. Because although – according to a Nielsen survey conducted last year – the Quebecois have a sweeter tooth than the rest of us, they also have some of the lowest rates of obesity. Finally, a study published by the Vanier Institute for the Family a few years ago found that people in Quebec are more likely to sit down multiple times per week for a family dinner than



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According to a study commissioned by a national grocers association last year, the Quebecois are much more likely to visit the store daily to purchase precisely what they need to cook a particular meal, for example. They also demand a much broader selection of meat – not just striploin steaks and boneless chicken breast, but also bison, various cuts of lamb and venison. And they buy smaller portions. Not just of meat, but of other things too.

those living elsewhere in Canada. It’s around the table, noted the authors, that parents are best able to connect with children, and that people can debate issues of the day or share their ideas and emotions. From food to thought, there is a true richness in Quebec I haven’t experienced since I lived in Europe for a few years. If that weren’t enough to make me want to spend more time over the border in La Belle Province, the fact that I can purchase wine and beer at the camp store in their provincial park clinches the notion that I should “travel abroad� more often.

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The Ottawa Capitals win the bronze at the Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association National Championships held Aug. 2 to 4 in London, Ont.

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Sports - The Ottawa Power Wheelchair Hockey League’s Ottawa Capitals brought home the bronze after an exciting weekend at the Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association National Championships held

Aug. 2 to 4 in London, Ont. The Capitals played a three-game series for third place against the host team, the London Electric Knights. Ottawa lost the opportunity to play in the gold medal game by one goal in an overtime period in a semi-final game. The Capitals final game – after a five-minute, sudden-death overtime

period – ramped up the excitement in a best-of-three shootout. Roddey Harb and Moses Yorke both scored, taking the bronze series for the Ottawa team. Capitals goalie, Michelle Donnelly, won the Best Goaltender Award for the tournament. “It has been my privilege to coach

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Jamieson. The rarest medal in this collection is the RCAF Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, which Rielly earned after serving for 18 years with air force. What makes these medals so special, according to Jamieson, is that only 487 of them had been awarded to Canadians. Jamieson asked for all support to go through the museum rather than bidding individually, which would drive the price of the acquisition up. Cash or cheque donations and pledges can be made to the Goulbourn Museum, which is a registered charity. The museum will offer tax receipts for all donations more than $10. The museum is open Wednesday to Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. and is located at 2064 Huntley Rd., south of Stittsville. MEDAL HUNTER

The museum was notified about the sale by Dave Thomson, a 54-year-old auto parts dealer in St. George, Ont. Locating war medals for sale on eBay started out as a hobby for Thomson in 2006, when he discovered a First World War medal of Henry Hough, a soldier from Princeton, Ont., a nearby town. Thomson purchased the medal and donated it to the local museum. “I thought that was cool and I did it again,” said Thomson. “I was having fun doing this.” Within a year, Thomson had spent $4,000 on medal purchases and realized he couldn’t continue on his own anymore. “I had to change my operations,” said Thomson. “I couldn’t afford to do this.” Since then, he has spent much of his spare time surfing the Internet searching for other Canadian war medals for sale, notifying local museums, the media and family members in towns across Ontario. In 2009, Thomson was awarded a Ministry of Veteran Affairs Commendation for helping to preserve veterans’ history and the following year he was placed in eBay’s hall of fame for preserving Canadian history. Thomson estimates he has helped purchase more than $250,000 worth of war medals on eBay, including more than 200 Memorial Crosses, half a dozen medals awarded posthumously to soldiers killed at Vimy Ridge, a Distinguished Flying Cross awarded to William Otway Bodger, a First World War flying ace, and medals from the Boer War, Korean War and Vietnam conflict. “It doesn’t take long to add up,” he said. Thomson said he started his hobby because he likes helping people. “We all find our own way to say thank you to the veterans,” he said. The Goulbourn museum has an opportunity to return Rielly’s medals to his hometown, said Thomson. “If we raise enough funds and buy these then they belong to the people of Richmond.”


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From left, Louise Hague, executive director of the MSRC, John Cher, Kanata legion president, and Chris Mansour, owner of Harvey’s, raise funds for the Military Family Resource Center.

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The Military Family Resource Center offers programs for Canadian Forces families to give them the opportunities to enhance their quality life. People can access the services as a family, individually or in groups. A full range of services are offered, such as: • Family separation and reunion assistance • Employment and education • Child care For more information, call the Military Family Resource Centre at 613-998-4888.

Community - The Kanata Legion hosted a fundraising barbecue on July 28, raising more than $650 for the Military Family Resource Center of the National Capital. Chris Mansour, owner of four Harvey’s restaurants in Kanata and Bells Corners, donated the food for the event. Personnel from the resource centre were on hand to answer questions about programming and services.

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ing the dogs for the last three years. “They are like our family,” she said. “They are like our kids.” This is why she continues to hold out hope almost two months later that her friends will be found safe and sound. Robillard is offering a $1,000 reward for Jackson and Bailey’s return. Robillard has put up 1,000 posters appear in West Carleton and beyond.

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She’s knocked on countless doors, and keeps tabs on various internet sites such as and Facebook’s Ottawa and Valley Lost Pet Network. She marvels that dog lovers stick together, with complete strangers doing all they can to help. Robillard has followed up on numerous tips. “I’ve pretty much found

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A Fitzroy Harbour couple is searching for two lost puggles, a mix of beagle and pug dog breeds, named Jackson and Bailey. The dogs have been missing for several months.

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Mother was in a fit state for Aunt Lizzie’s visit MARY COOK Mary Cook’s Memories would sleep on a feather mattress, which was what was on Audrey’s and my bed. The only felt mattress was on Mother and Father’s bed in the downstairs bedroom. That meant the brothers had to haul down the one from upstairs, and lug the other one upstairs, which didn’t please them a bit.

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Even though Aunt Lizzie caused complete bedlam in our household before and during her visit, I loved when she came from Regina. She always brought me something special. So as soon as the house was cleaned from top to bottom, Mother set to baking. The old Findlay Oval was fair jumping, as pie after pie, Johnny cake, and bread puddings were made and stacked in the ice box. A loaf of store-bought bread, and a real pound of butter replaced what we ate every day of our lives on the farm. Mother, once again, asked Father to please refrain from cooling his tea in his saucer while his sister was here, but her request, I knew, would fall on deaf ears. As far as Father was concerned, he wasn’t about to change his habits just because Aunt Lizzie was coming with her high-falutin airs. Even though Aunt Lizzie caused complete bedlam in our household before and during her visit, I loved when she came from Regina. She always brought me something special. One time it was a doll, which,

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except for its body, was made of China. Even its little arms and legs were China. I used to think she was the smartest thing to ever step off the train in Renfrew Station. She always wore pure white ... a white dress in the latest fashion ... and a big wide red leghorn hat, and white gloves that went all the way up to her elbow. And on the outside of those spanking white gloves was a big red glass ring. Tiny red patent-leather shoes completed the outfit. I would marvel at the wealth of our western cousins. Didn’t her two sons go to university? Of course, it was Aunt Lizzie who once or twice a year packed a big wood tea box full of clothes no longer suitable for her sons, and sent it off to Renfrew on the train. It was the handme-down box. Now, once again, Aunt Lizzie was coming to visit. Finally, the house was spotless. We were warned to take our shoes off at the door, not to touch the woodwork which had just been polished, and to make sure our bedrooms were kept spotlessly clean – a tall order for five rambunctious kids. Aunt Lizzie was to arrive in three days. We couldn’t be more ready. Then the phone rang one morning, just after our breakfast. It was the stationmaster in Renfrew. There was a telegram from the west. Mother asked him to read it. It was from Aunt Lizzie, and she was so sorry, but her trip had to be cancelled because Uncle Jack was getting an unexpected award from the CPR, and it was on the very weekend she planned on leaving. They had been given a trip to Calgary. Her trip would have to wait until the next summer. Mother asked the stationmaster to read it again. After she hung up the phone, she let out the biggest sigh which I thought could be heard in Douglas. For supper that night Mother hauled out a pie from the ice box, we all had store-bought bread with real butter, we five kids sat at the table with our shoes on, and there sat Father with his tea in his saucer, cooling it off until it was fit to drink.

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Mayor Jim Watson was out and about Aug. 10, touring around many of the city’s cultural events, including the Muslim Association of Canada’s annual summer festival at Britannia Park. Watson said he enjoys meeting with different community organizations and groups to personally thank them for their great work. on Montreal Road. With a number of different job portfolios already under his belt, the mayor knows the city like the back of his hand. The former MPP and minister of municipal affairs and housing is well into his second stint as mayor. The first time, Watson was elected in 1997, before the city was amalgamated. The number and style of events he attended in those two roles were vastly different from what he attends now, he said, mainly because the city was a regional municipality.

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The North Gower and Metcalfe farmers’ markets were the first two stops on Watson’s schedule. After realizing his earliness, Watson instructs his driver to take a little spin around the neighbourhood and into the country. See MAYOR, page 25

Each month we hear from our Community Liaison Police Officer that the biggest problem in Kanata North is theft from vehicles. In almost all cases the vehicles have been left unlocked. There are also problems of illegal activity in parks – we are fortunate to have many in Kanata North. The police have let us know a Parks Report is issued each week throughout the summer to highlight problem parks. Patrol Officers are encouraged to pro-actively attend these parks during their shifts and our specialty units are usually assigned these “problem” areas for attention (ie. plain-clothes surveillance, investigation and enforcement). If you see any criminal activity; i.e. trespassing, drinking, vandalism etc. in any park, or people gathering after 11:00 p.m. please report the activity as soon as possible. You can go to and type in your address, or a nearby intersection, to get an accurate map of the crimes reported in the community. The drop down boxes, allow you to select the date criteria and which types of offences you can see on the map. This tool is also an excellent way to examine one community or neighbourhood in relation to another.

LEGACY COMMUNITY WALKWAYRICHCRAFT RECREATION COMPLEX KANATA (RRCK) The Legacy Community Walkway will be installed at the entrance to the RRCK in August and the engraving process has begun on the pavers. Each paver in the walkway will have an inscription of up to 4 lines with up to 12 characters in each line. Some are choosing their family’s name(s) or a business name and for an extra charge a business logo. The funds from the Community Walkway will help to pay for the extras in the Richcraft Recreation Complex Kanata requested by the community. By making your donation of $500, you will receive permanent acknowledgment on a paver in the walkway and a tax receipt from the City of Ottawa. Details to order your paver are at or call my office.

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Community – “You’re too early!” On a bright and sunny Saturday morning, this is music to the ears to Mayor Jim Watson, who wanders into a farmers market in Ottawa’s rural outskirts. “I know, I know,” he says, laughing. It’s just after 8 a.m. on Aug. 10, and while it is still pretty quiet at the North Gower Farmers Market, Watson, clutching a reusable navy bag, heads into the market, on a hunt for dessert. And so begins a typical start to the mayor’s weekend schedule. While this particular Saturday was not the busiest in the mayor’s books, it is just a taste of what he does on a semi-regular basis, minus the usual city business which takes place during the week. Every year, the mayor’s office receives nearly 5,000 invitations to city-wide events from community organizations and individuals. While it’s next to impossible to attend each and every event, the mayor usually accepts almost half of them or asks his deputy mayors to represent him at the events he can’t attend. On this summer day, Watson is scheduled to attend 10 events, a considerably light day for His Worship. The most events he’s attended on one day is 18. “The lines start to blur a little bit,” he says of all the events he attends. Riding shotgun, the mayor sips on a hot tea and unwraps a toasted bagel with cream cheese, and part-way through the morning, flicks the radio on to 105.3 KISS-FM, turning up the volume slightly to better hear one of his favourite pop songs of the moment. He flips open his schedule to reveal red highlighted blocks. The red ones on his schedule indicate a “must attend” event, where he is either giving greetings or making a presentation, or both. The ones that aren’t highlighted are ones he will drop in at, even just for a few minutes, if time allows. Throughout the day, the mayor keeps an eye on the time, and suggests quicker routes to special assistant and driver Will Bulmer. He pulls some trivia out every once in a while about the city he’s lived in for most of his life. “That was the first Tim Horton’s in Ottawa,” he said pointing out a coffee shop

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Mayor Jim Watson, right, may usually cut ribbons at community events, but once in a while he’s asked to mark an occasion a little differently. Here, the Mayor ceremoniously and successfully breaks a board with his hand after ringing in the 30th anniversary celebration of the Orléans Child Care Centre on Aug. 10. festival to be a bit shorter than expected. After finding Coun. Eli ElChantiry, the two present an award to the best garlic booth. Glancing at his watch, the mayor says it’s time to motor, and head to his seventh event in the west end, Glabar Park Community Fun Day, in Carlingwood, where he grabs a bite to eat, makes the rounds, and then departs again, this time for Orléans. “It’s hard to try and eat healthy when you’re on the run,” he said. The eighth event of the day is a big one for the mayor, who de-

livers congratulatory remarks on the 30th anniversary of the Orléans Day Care Centre, and participates in the official ceremonies. The ninth event of the day is Festival of India at City Hall, an event the mayor attended earlier to but didn’t have as much time to visit. The tenth event is Jam Day at Mooney’s Bay Park, where the mayor greets the masses gathered and congratulates them on their achievements. The next and last event of the day is the Chinese Night Market at the T&T Superstore, where the mayor is practically a celebrity as

he poses for photos and enjoys a shrimp delicacy. It’s 5 p.m., and before he knows it, the day is done. A family supper will round out the evening before he is at it again the next morning. And Watson wouldn’t trade it for anything else in the world. “People ask me why I go to all these events, but I feel it’s important to go and to show support because the organizers have spent so much time putting it together,” he says. “The least I can do is show up for even half an hour or so to thank them.”

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During the cruise, the mayor remarks on rural life in the city, saying how important it is to support local farmers and growers. He picks up a few baked goods from the farmers market in North Gower, shaking hands with a few of the vendors and marveling at the array of pies, jams, and fresh fruits and vegetables on display. In Metcalfe, he picks up some sweet corn, before buying a few chocolate cookies from a young vendor. He learns it’s Junior Vendors Day at the market, a special event showing off some of the creations youngsters have displayed. Inside the hall, he bumps into fellow colleague Osgoode Coun. Doug Thompson, engaging him in some gentle ribbing. Before too long, it’s time to hit the road for Ottawa’s east end, where a playground unveiling is set to happen with Ottawa Community Housing. On comes the music. Once arriving at Carson Road, Watson connects with Jo-Anne Poirier, CEO of Ottawa Community Housing, and Tony Greco of Greco Lean and Fit, who partnered with the organization and a myriad of volunteers to helped build the playground. After speaking and thanking the organizations and volunteers, he receives a quick tour of the newly installed structure. The Carson Road housing development is a project Watson has had his eye on ever since he was in charge of municipal affairs and housing. “It’s nice to see things come full circle,” he said. The fourth stop of the morning is a visit to Strathcona Park in the city’s Sandy Hill neighbourhood, where the 13th annual Art in Strathcona Park is taking place. “This was once a golf course,” said Watson. He strolls up and down the sidewalk, glancing at the art on display, and shaking hands with the artists, expressing amazement at their work. The mayor’s a familiar face to a few who say they have met him before at another event. After stopping at all the vendors, it’s time to take off for the fifth event of the day – the Muslim Summer Festival at Britannia Park, hosted by the Muslim Association of Canada. There he receives a cultural lesson as he walks from tent to tent, and is greeted by the organizers, joined by fellow area politicians including Ottawa South MP David McGuinty, Ottawa South MPP-elect John Fraser, and council colleague Shad Qadri. The sixth stop of the day is the annual garlic festival at the Carp Farmers Market. A traffic jam into Carp slows the drive into the village, and causes time at the

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Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus Ottawa Public Health

News - Ottawa Public Health has confirmed the presence of West Nile virus in the mosquito population this year. The organization is urging resi-

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Beautiful stone home/garage on near 2 acres w/gorgeous view of Valley & Carp River. Fireplace, lots of natural light, updated furnace, windows & roof shingles.

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Community - A private security company is helping to support local military families by donating $20,000 to two resource centres on July 18. Commissionaires Ottawa, which focuses on hiring veterans from the military and RCMP, donated $10,000 each to the Military Family Resource Centre of the National Capital Region and the Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre. In the past, the security firm organized the Run For Military Families, a 200-kilometre relay run from Ottawa to Petawawa. The event served to raise awareness and funds for military families, with proceeds divided between the Petawawa and the National Capital military family resource centres. The annual event became so well-known and grew to

such an extent that after four successful years it risked becoming a full-time commitment. Paul A. Guindon, CEO of Commissionaires Ottawa, decided in 2012 to cancel the event. Instead, the company committed to continue to support the valuable work of the re-

source centres by donating the money that would have otherwise paid for the logistics and expenses of organizing the Run For Military Families. Since 2008, Commissionaires Ottawa has donated a total of $215,000 to both military family resource centres.

neW LiStinG! 129 Pine Valley Court, Dunrobin Stunning Eagle Creek Golf course bungalow, 2+2 bedrms, ICF construction with walkout basement, pretty 1 acre lot, open concept, gas fireplace & cathedral ceiling in great room, 9 ft ceilings, gorgeous gourmet kitchen, 6 pce ensuite, radiant floor heating, central air & 2 car garage! $629,900

near BeaCh! 262 fireside Drive, Constance Bay Perfect 4 bedrm family home on 1 acre on a desirable street near beach & forest trails, 2 car attached garage & 1 car detached garage for your toys, salt water pool, main flr famrm & laundry, fireplace, ensuite, finished basement & more! $409,900

Waterfront! 876 Bayview Dr., Constance Bay Absolutely breathtaking Ottawa Riverfront propertyon a private 109’ x 257’ lot, spectacular view of the Gatineau Hills & glorious sunsets on the beach with permanent homes on either side!!! Spend quality time with family enjoying this inviting and cozy 2 bedroom seasonal cottage complete with well, hydro and older septic. The waterfront is sandy and stays shallow for a good distance $249,900

Waterfront! 4648 northwoods Dr., ottawa river Gorgeous setting! 100’ x 176’ with privacy & surrounded by beauty only 20 mins to the city! Cozy 1 bedrm bungalow with open concept & loft, propane stone fireplace, forced air heating, huge cedar deck, Bunkie, 20’ x 20’ shed, includes floating dock & 5 appls. Great spot for swimming, fishing and watersports! $399,900

SoLD! 1088 Spruce ridge rd., rural Carp Delightful 3 bedrm chalet style home on 23 acres with inground pool, 2 car garage, screen porch, cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen, finished basement with gas fireplace only 5 minutes to Stittsville and Kanata Centrum! List price $316,900

SoLD! 139 Goodin Street, Constance Bay Great potential 3+1 bedrm on a large 105’ x 147’ lot, fenced back yard with deck, great layout with main floor laundry, full basement with rec rm, den & spare bedrm, single detached garage, close to the Torbolton Forest! List price $209,900


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CUSTOM EXECUTIVE EAGLE CREEK ESTATES Exceptional custom home leaves nothing to be desired. Custom finishes are elegant yet rustic. Professionally landscaped, inground pool, hottub +++. CUSTOM Shores EXECUTIVE EAGLE CREEK ESTATES Exceptional custom Dunrobin home leaves nothing to be desired. Custom finishes are elegant yet rustic. Professionally landscaped, inground pool, hottub +++. Dunrobin Shores


300 Thomas A. Dolan Parkway, Rural Kanata $749,900 $749,900

Private 10 acre estate

BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED EXECUTIVE Family home located in the heart of Carp Village. Just 10 minutes to Kanata and Scotiabank Place, walking distance to schools, parks, splash pad, soccer fields BEAUTIFULLY EXECUTIVE and arena, andAPPOINTED boasts oversized lot. Family home located in the heart of Carp Village. Just 10 minutes to Kanata and Scotiabank Place, walking distance to schools, parks, splash pad, soccer fields and arena, and boasts oversized lot.


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220 Baillie, Constance Bay

PRIVATE EXECUTIVE ESTATE Gracious home set on a private 40 acre estate property in a mature forest. Gerhard Linse design results in an elegant classic home w/ modern features. Over 4300 sqft of PRIVATE EXECUTIVE ESTATE Gracious home set on a private 40 spacious rms. Dunrobin Shores. acre estate property in a mature forest. Gerhard Linse design results in an elegant classic home w/ modern features. Over 4300 sqft of spacious rms. Dunrobin Shores.


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RURAL ESTATE PROPERTY Lovely spacious home nestled on over 2 acres in sought-after Kerscott Heights. Expertly finished designer living space also boasts 5 bedrooms, plus 2nd level suite above RURAL ESTATE PROPERTY garage. Dunrobin Shores. Lovely spacious home nestled on over 2 acres in sought-after Kerscott Heights. Expertly finished designer living space also boasts 5 bedrooms, plus 2nd level suite above garage. Dunrobin Shores.


127 Hunterswood Cres, Hunt Club Park

$450,000 $450,000

OPEN HOUSE Sun August 18 3-5pm


5667 Loggers Way, Fitzroy Harbour

renovated town home

6 BEDROOM BUNGALOW Inviting open concept layout,large foyer, hrdwd in LR & DR area, modern kitchen with tons of counter space & breakfast bar, eating area access to deck & generous yard ideal 6 BEDROOM Inviting open concept layout,large foyer, for the activeBUNGALOW family. Rockwood Hills, Carp. hrdwd in LR & DR area, modern kitchen with tons of counter space & breakfast bar, eating area access to deck & generous yard ideal for the active family. Rockwood Hills, Carp.

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euroPean elegance

EXQUISITE COUNTRY CHIC Ann Arbour Homes has created your dream home at the Eagle Creek golf course community. Designed for family living without compromising style. Stunning finishes, EXQUISITE COUNTRY CHIC Ann Arbour Homes has created your current yet comfortable. Dunrobin Shores.dream home at the Eagle Creek golf course community. Designed for family living without compromising style. Stunning finishes, current yet comfortable. Dunrobin Shores.-

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5517 Hazeldean Rd., Ottawa ON K2S 0P5

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782 Bayview Drive, Constance Bay

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CUSTOM EXECUTIVE BUNGALOW Elegant finishes flow thru open concept spaces. GreatRm w/ floor to ceiling stacked stone fireplace is open to the Kitchen. Rich coffee bean finish shaker Kitchen CUSTOMcontrast EXECUTIVE cabinets withBUNGALOW maple floors.Elegant Privatefinishes Masterflow Suitethru & open concept spaces. GreatRm w/ Shores. floor to ceiling stacked stone fireplace sumptuous Ensuite.Dunrobin is open to the Kitchen. Rich coffee bean finish shaker Kitchen cabinets contrast with maple floors. Private Master Suite & sumptuous Ensuite.Dunrobin Shores. $489,900

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200 Lion Head Drive, Pakenham

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TREED ACREAGE & VIEWS Lovely 2 storey Cape Cod style stone & brick home on 11.4 acres is situated within the private & historic community of Bairdís Grant with views of the Ottawa River and TREED ACREAGE Gatineau Hills. & VIEWS Lovely 2 storey Cape Cod style stone & brick home on 11.4 acres is situated within the private & historic community of Bairdís Grant with views of the Ottawa River and Gatineau Hills.

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55 Kenins, Kanata Lakes

EXECUTIVE LIFESTYLE You are instantly captivated in the foyer of this architect’s home by the elegant grandeur of the curved staircase & lofty ceiling heights. 4+1 bdrms. Bonus suite with EXECUTIVE LIFESTYLE You are instantly captivated in the foyer of separate entrance. Corkery Woods. this architect’s home by the elegant grandeur of the curved staircase & lofty ceiling heights. 4+1 bdrms. Bonus suite with separate entrance. Corkery Woods. $619,900

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ELEGANT FAMILY LIVING Intelligent design perfect for entertaining. Custom home with upgraded finish and features throughout. 4+1 bedrooms. Main floor office. Quiet village lifestyle just minutes from ELEGANT FAMILY LIVING Intelligent design perfect for entertaining. Kanata. Rockwood Hills, Carp. Custom home with upgraded finish and features throughout. 4+1 bedrooms. Main floor office. Quiet village lifestyle just minutes from Kanata. Rockwood Hills, Carp.

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15 Weatherly Drive, Weatherly Estates

RARE BUNGALOW WITH LOFT Bright spacious open concept layout.Large Living/Dining with hardwood flooring, high vaulted ceilings. Elegant fireplace mantle & granite surround. Delightful RARE BUNGALOW WITH LOFTMain Bright openplus concept Solarium adjacent to Kitchen. flrspacious Master Suite 2nd layout.Large Living/Dining with hardwood flooring, high vaulted bdrm/office Craig Henry, Ottawa. ceilings. Elegant fireplace mantle & granite surround. Delightful Solarium adjacent to Kitchen. Main flr Master Suite plus 2nd bdrm/office Craig Henry, Ottawa. $425,000



394 Allbirch Rd, Constance Bay

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TRANQUIL BEACHFRONT PROPERTY REDUCED! Extremely attractive pricing on large year round sandy beachfront home. Stunning views of Gatineau Hills. Open concept main floor. So much TRANQUILNear BEACHFRONT REDUCED! potential! end of cul PROPERTY de sac. Constance Bay.Extremely attractive pricing on large year round sandy beachfront home. Stunning views of Gatineau Hills. Open concept main floor. So much potential! Near end of cul de sac. Constance Bay.

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1530 Monaghan Lane $1,450,000. Custom built Inverness home located on a quiet cul-de-sac, this open concept layout combines a perfect balance of sophistication and traditional design. Mixtures of natural stone and reclaimed wood, Stainless steal appliances and state of the art home automation system. This 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom custom home features. Main floor den, fully finished basement with billiards area, bedroom, full bath and a home gym. The 2 acre treed yard flaunts a large deck, built in hot tub and screened in porch. MLS#873862 R0012256380

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Golf tournament to raise funds for guide dogs Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind OPEN HOUSE SAT. AUG. 17 & SUN. AUG. 18 12:30PM–1:30PM




246 AllAN ST. SMITHS FAllS $297,500

Exceptional home, 4 bdrms, 4 baths, hardwood, finished basement on quiet street.

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Community - Spaces are still available for a golf tournament to raise funds for the Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind to be held on Sept. 9. The tournament, to be held at the Carleton Golf and Yacht Club in Manotick, includes 18 holes with a power cart, lunch, dinner and loads of prizes, plus the chance to bid on items in the silent and live auctions. The cost is $160 per


Jane Thornton, CEO of the Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind and Monique Tougas with the Canadian Federation of University Women/ Kanata, pose with Tess II, a guide dog that was in training, earlier this summer. player or $640 per foursome. Corporate spon-

sorship is available for $800, which includes a

foursome and advertising for the business. Hole-in-one contests offer the opportunity to win a two-year lease on a new vehicle from Dan Murphy Ford Sales Ltd. or $10,000 cash from The Co-operators, Manotick. Participate in the BMO Nesbitt Burns Putting Competition for the chance to win $2,500 for you and the same amount for Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind. The grandest prize of all could be $50,000 for you and $50,000 for the charity in the RBC $100,000 Shootout. All players who sign up will receive a free sleeve of golf balls, a bucket of balls at Ottawa Golf Academy, and a savings coupon from Golf Town. Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind was established as a regis-

tered charity in 1984. Since that time, Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind has provided more than 730 professionally trained guide dogs to Canadians who are visually impaired from coast to coast. In 2010, Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind launched an assistance dogs division, which trains assistance dogs for individuals in the Ottawa area with mobilityrelated disabilities. Tucked in a scenic setting on an islet of the Rideau River, the Carleton Golf and Yacht Club is within minutes of the communities of Manotick, Barrhaven and Riverside South. Hit the links on Sept. 9 and support Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind. Enter to play in the tournament today by calling 613-692-7777 or register online at

Open HOuse sunday, Aug. 18, 2013 1-3pm

123 DOUGLAS RD $334,900

Florence Wyman

Sales Representative 613.223.7546


Beautiful landscaping surround this Cape Cod home. Boasting generous room sizes & layout. Cozy Living rm, large Dining open to Kit features brick wood fireplace. Main flr Bdrm/den. 2nd lvl features 3 Bdrms, modern Bathrm. Lower level Familyrm completed w/ ceramic tile, 2pc Bath w/ laundry, 2-30’x5’ cold storage, 27’ abv grnd pool, 10’x14’ cedar gazebo w/ hot tub, 2 sheds. Many upgrades. Come relax on porch swing, ah Paradise! MLS # 878095

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6 GARDNER STREET, ARNPRIOR Mature neighbourhood, kids walk to school, arena, indoor swimming pool, shopping near by, spacious split level, walkout lower level. MLS# 875182 , loads of house at 274,900. ATTENTION FAMILIES



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Police unfurl their pride

Treats for miracles

Michelle Nash

Mayor Jim Watson and Dairy Queen store manager Irene Abram serve up a Blizzard during Miracle Treat Day at the Terry Fox Drive location on Aug. 8. The annual event raises funds for the Children’s Miracle Network. SUBMITTED

News - Flapjacks will be flipping at the Elgin Street police station to help raise pride awareness on Aug. 19. Ottawa police will holster their weapons and don aprons and spatulas in an effort to raise money for Gender Mosaic, a social and support group for trans- and cross-gender community members. The event begins at 6 a.m. at the main entrance of 474 Elgin St. and will include the unfurling of the

Pride flag at 9:10 a.m. The flag will be on display until Aug. 26. An OC Transpo double-decker bus will transport participants on a Rainbow Flag Raising tour, which includes flags at the headquarters of OC Transpo, bylaw, fire and paramedics. The tour will end at city hall for the city’s official Pride flag-raising ceremony at 4 p.m. The bus has been sponsored by Rideau-Rockcliffe Coun. Peter Clark. A complete list of events taking place during Capital Pride Week is available at



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Kathleen Vermeer Sales Representative 45 Castle Glen Cres., Glen Cairn. Large Open Concept 4 Bed Semi Detached with 2 car garage; master with en-suite, Lower Level has TEAM REALTY bedroom, bathroom and Independently Owned and Operated Brokerage family room perfect for in-laws, 613-831-9287 613-769-3501 6081 Hazeldean Rd., Unit 12B nanny or college student.

A lovely girl who does not mind standing still for a photo opp... Her family just left her on the door step when they moved away. She waited and waited for days... She has no issues with other cats... gets along fine. She is healthy and really pretty... a pewter grey with slight peach spots... a small and slim cat. Loves cuddles, brushing and enjoys human company. Looking for some one for ever... not till we move away.

Kinburn KINBURN Community Association COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION The 4th Annual Kinburn



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Gates Open Bike Rodeo Vendors Dog Agility Demonstration (free) Philip & Henry Magic Show Historical Displays and Activ ities all day for all ages. LIVE MUSIC 3:00pm The Grommetts 3:30pm Kyle Felhaver & Becky Reid 4:30pm Jeanika Benoit 5:30pm Bryan Snyder 6:00pm Andy Bowes & Brad Scott 7:00pm Ottawa Valley Express 8:30pm Lockhart Station 9:30pm Eve’s Daughter

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Progress and green sPace at Lansdowne By Jim Watson

In July we broke ground on the urban park, which will be one of the great features of the new Lansdowne. Until now, the irony of the name Lansdowne Park was that there was very little parkland on the site. We are finally replacing the sea of asphalt with useable park space for all residents to enjoy. The new Lansdowne Park will be a complete community with opportunities for shopping,recreation activities,football,soccer, and an urban park. These features will solidify Lansdowne as one of the marquee destinations in Ottawa. The urban park promises to be a significant upgrade over the existing facility: three times more park space (18 acres), four times more trees, 7.2 kilometres of sidewalks and pathways, and five pieces of public art. The centrepiece of the urban park will be the Great Lawn, a pentagon-shaped green space next to the Rideau Canal and the beautiful Aberdeen Pavilion that will be roughly the size of the lawn on Parliament Hill and a great place to spend time with your family and friends (see artist’s rendition). The urban park will also sit next to the newly renovated stadium. Sports fans will enjoy significant improvements to the north side stands and brand new south side stands. This work is essential so that Ottawa can play host to our new CFL team, the Ottawa REDBLACKS, for the start of the 2014 season. Construction crews have been working tirelessly and I am pleased that we are on schedule for the stadium to be complete for kickoff in summer 2014. Elements of the urban park will also be complete for the first game, with the new Lansdowne Park in its entirety complete by the summer 2015. As with any major infrastructure project, there is noise and dust on the construction site. Our contractors and City project staff are working hard to mitigate potential headaches for the surrounding community and minimize disruptions as best they can. I also want to thank the Glebe BIA for being such a tremendous partner in this project. I am proud of how well everyone has been working together.

Steph Willems/Metroland

Surf’s up! Strong winds and a warm sun was all that was needed to draw a slew of windsurfers to the waves of Britannia Bay on Aug. 10. With summer more than half over, windsurfers, kite surfers and sailors lapped up the fair winds and following seas.

Grand Prix Race Weekend September 6–8, 2013

The revitalization of Lansdowne has been a long time coming and I am thrilled that the end is in sight. If you would like to learn more and stay up to date, I encourage you to sign up for the regular updates and follow construction progress at

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Golf charity classic raises $60,000 for city’s youth Jennifer McIntosh

News - The mayor’s annual Charity Golf Classic raised $60,000 for recently rebranded Youth Ottawa, according to estimates by Youth Ottawa executive director Lynne Denis. Youth Ottawa, formerly known as Child and Youth Friendly Ottawa, is a local non-profit that aims to help youngsters drive change in the capital. Denis said the total wasn’t official yet, but was pleased with the turnout at the organization’s largest fundraiser. Adam Moscoe, chair of the organization’s board of directors, said 26 foursomes turned out for the event, at $900 per team. Mayor Jim Watson said the crowd was a little smaller than the record breaking-crowd that hit the Bar-

rhaven green last year. “But it gives people more room to play and everyone’s having fun,” he said. Denis said the funds go to support programs like the Spirit of the Capital Youth Awards –which acknowledges the work of young people in the community. It also helps to support the For Youth, By Youth News outlet and Youth Ottawa’s participation in a Youth summit action plan in partnership with the city. The young people involved in the programs are provided with mentorship, skills training and adult support. Moscoe said the golf classic was a great way to showcase the new branding of Youth Ottawa. “We have a lot on the go and all of it has the input of youth,” Denis said. “They are the future of our community, so they should help in shaping it.”


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News - The organizers of the 2013 Capital Pride Festival are looking forward to taking their signature parade back to its roots this year. Held Aug. 16 to 25, the festival will see over 30 LGBT groups from the Ottawa area stage more than 75 events throughout the city. In a break from recent years – due to the construction of Ottawa’s downtown LRT tunnel – the Aug. 25 Pride Parade will be moved from Wellington Street to Bank Street, home of the city’s newly designated LGBT Village. The return to Bank Street is something organizers are excited about, given the street hasn’t hosted the parade in nearly a decade. “Its roots are on Bank Street,” said Brody Fraser, Capital Pride’s vice-chair of communications. “It’s a great place and has a much more intimate feel to it.” As part of the LGBT Village’s official designation, the City of Ottawa installed branding that signifies the cultural heritage of the area – generally agreed as being located between James and Nepean streets and spanning a block on both sides of Bank. Local shop owners in the village and the committee members who nurture it boosted the theme by installing their own flags and lights. Presenting sponsor of this year’s Capital Pride Festival is Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, while TD Bank returns as a major festival sponsor. “More businesses on Bank Street are taking part in the festival this year,” said Fraser. “Henry’s (Camera) is working with our marketing team to set up a photo booth at the festival.” The festival as a whole has evolved since it was first held in 1986 – both in terms of size and community ac-

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ceptance. In the ensuing years, more emphasis has been placed on recognizing the many supporters and advocates who have worked to further the cause of LGBT rights and acceptance. Reflecting this, 2013 will see an expansion of the parade marshals program, with Jay Koornstra of Bruce House serving as grand parade marshal, Amanda Ryan of Gender Mosaic as lifetime achievement marshal, Mike Tattersall of National Capital Leather Pride as community builder marshal, LGBT youth activist Erika Butler as youth marshal, and Jamaican LGBT activist Maurice Thomlinson as international marshal. The role and importance of youth has emerged as a growing focus not just for Capital Pride, but LGBT organizations country-wide. Their youth program has expanded in recent years into a nearly standalone entity called ‘Etc.’ Etc. is run for youth, by youth, and led by Capital Pride’s youngest-ever board member, 18-year-old Hannah Watt, who first joined Capital Pride as a volunteer a few years ago. Watt said the first LGBT activists were largely composed of young adults who experienced harsh victimization and were often expelled from their homes due to their sexual orientation. Time marched on, and headway was made over the ensuing years in terms of rights and protection. However, even as victories are declared in certain battles, with each new generation comes new challenges and reasons for advocacy. When youth meet at Etc.’s monthly meetings and events, they are encouraged to take a look at their environment and identify what they like seeing and what they’d like to improve. “We’re seeing people looking at past accomplishments, discussing current issues and deciding what they’d like to fight for,” said Watt. Watt said she is grateful for the hard-working, inspirational volunteers that make up Etc’s committee, as they have had their hands full planning not just regular events, but the expanded lineup of Capital Pride Festival youth events. “They work wonderfully togeth-

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Aside from the treatment, there’s daily parking costs to consider as well as time off work. “The parking is a lot,” Garland said. “It’s $26 a day.” She’s hoping Nicco’s treatment will be less aggressive than Matteo’s, but whatever happens will take a toll. “We’re just taking it one day at a time,” Garland said.



the lemonade stand at the cottage after one they hosted earlier in the summer raised some money for the Ottawa Humane Society. Olivia is Nicco’s second cousin, so after the diagnosis, the girls decided the money they made would go to help him.


News - A Barrhaven couple is gearing up for another battle against cancer. Two-year-old Nicco Filoso was diagnosed with leukemia on July 29 – just a year after his older brother Matteo finished treatment for bladder and prostate cancer. “It’s a lot to take in. We had just started concentrating on our business again and really got back to work,” Lisa Garland said. Matteo was 16 months old when he was diagnosed with bladder and prostate cancer. The treatment was aggressive and time consuming. It ultimately ended in removal of Matteo’s prostate. “We were just starting to breathe again,” Garland said. But then Nicco started seeming pale and sluggish, with a lot of bruising. “I was a little on edge because of Matteo’s diagnosis, but I kept thinking there was no way both of them could have cancer,” Garland said. The family doctor agreed and initially diagnosed the problem as anemia, but blood tests done on Nicco showed the leukemia. He was in the hospital six hours later. Garland said while the news is devastating, she can’t break down. “I have to keep going because I have my kids to think of. I have a 10-year-old who has to go through this again,” she said. “You’re stronger than you think you are.” And strength of friends, family – and in some cases strangers – will

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Period film shows off city’s heritage Production shoots at Cumberland Village, ByWard Market Michelle Nash


The ByWard Market played a key role in an upcoming film about the origins of the Seventh-Day Adventists. The film, set in 1812-70 shot on location in the market, Cumberland Village Heritage Museum and the Upper Canada Village in Cornwall.

Arts - Ottawa’s heritage got the chance to shine as one of the lead roles in an 1812 period film shot in the city this summer. Tell the World, tells the story of the origins of the Seventh-Day Adventists. The film is set in 1812-70.The $5 million budget film employed more than 90 Ottawa-area actors, 1000 extras and 100 local crew members were hired. The film shot on location at the Cumberland Heritage Village Museum, the ByWard Market, Upper Canada Village in Cornwall and at a studio in Ottawa South. Producer and president of Zed Filmworks Robert Menzies said it’s the six film the company has produced and shot in Ottawa this year and the 21st film the company has filmed in the city since 2007 and the first period piece for the company. Menzies credits the city for the successful shoot. “We work in a small comFriends of the Central munity and have to be aware Experimental Farm of the public,” Menzies said. “But the public is great. Everyone is friendly. That’s what’s great about Ottawa people are excited to have us here.”

Shooting in the market had its challenges, mostly because the busy downtown tourist spot doesn’t stop because of a film, but Menzies said businesses, residents and tourists According to Menzies, one were all accommodating. “This is what is so good of the hardest things was to make sure the locations, cos- about shooting in Ottawa, tumes and props were histori- everybody is there to help,” Menzies said. “We worked cally correct. “It was a very big challenge with the BIA, Invest Ottawa - and this is why I am so proud and the residents who lived in of my Ottawa crew, they re- the condos in the area and evally rose to the challenge,” he erybody gave us full reign to do what we needed to do.” said. The producer, always Costumes were acquired through local museums as thinking about dollars being well as located and shipped spent and time allotted to get things done, credits the comfrom across the country. munity’s support to shooting on schedule and without any problems. The public is great. The film is wrapped and Everyone is friendly. post-production will take place in Australia, who supThat’s what’s great plied most of the funding for the production. about Ottawa The intent is to have a thepeople are excited to atrical release. As far as the little Ottawa have us here. film company that can, there Robert Menzies are no breaks in-between projects. With the upcomThe art department built 25 ing release of the House at sets at the company’s Letrim the End of the Street, staring Road converted warehouse Jennifer Lawrence, as well studio and the film was able to as a recently wrapped shoot utilize some of the city’s best with Two and a Half Men star heritage locations, like the John Cryer, the producer said Amis de la Ferme Cumberland Village Heritage it’s onward and upward to the expérimentale next film. centrale Museum. For more informaThe crew had to remove museum signs and wheel chair tion about Zed Filmworks’ Tell the World or its other ramps but that was about it. please visit “It was great, because it is a productions village,” Menzies said.

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ings, hardwood floors, brick walls and even a balcony.” The space can fit about 60 people, so Ralph said they plan to also rent out the room to other organizations for plays and events. Classes will be a mix. There is a seniors-only class available during the day, which will focus on content relevant to people over the age of 55, regardless of talent or experience. There will also be classes focused on improv, monologue and audition technique, communications, acting for cameras, and playwriting. Children’s classes will start at age five, and a teen Shakespeare ensemble and an audition “boot camp” will be offered to senior high school students. All courses require registration and vary in pricing. More information about the courses is available online at In addition to rolling out the educational programming from Mondays to Thursdays, Ralph said the building will be open Friday to Sunday, when the space will be available for performances or events. The company has already attracted partners such as Ottawa School of Speech and Drama. The school’s executive director, Amanda Lewis, has founded a new group called the Ottawa Children’s Theatre and will offer classes for children and youth there. Theatre educators Kristina Watt, awardwinning playwright Laurie Fyffe, local Glebe resident Mary Ellis, and Gemini winner Robert Bachstael have also joined the company. Some classes have already begun, with the full programming starting in September. Visit for more information.

Arts - Ever wanted to see if you have what it takes to perform in front of a crowd? Always wanted to try out for the local community play, but unsure? Or are you over the age of 65 and looking for a new way to express yourself? Well in the Glebe, down a long hallway in the old Avalon Theatre, there’s a place just for you. The Acting Company offers theatre education for young, old and anywhere in between. They have classes for the shy corporate business executive. They have courses for aspiring young talent and aspiring seniors who either want to try out acting for the first time or get back to it. “This company is about teaching recreational actors, who may not necessarily want to act as a profession, but want to act on the side,” said cofounder Chris Ralph. “Our goal is to help people communicate better in life, and in acting, to help people who are looking for real practical outcome. It’s open for everyone.” The company was formed by Ralph and John Muggleton. When it comes to teaching, both are very experienced. Ralph works at the Gladstone Theatre and is an acting coach and teacher who taught at York University, the University of Ottawa, the Ottawa Theatre School and Algonquin College. Muggleton, a recipient of the Audrey Ashley award for his dedication to the Ottawa theatre community, is an actor, director and teacher. Ralph said the company’s goal is more than just teaching classes. The group is looking to create a downtown arts hub. “Our doors are always open; we will always have the coffee on,” he Ontario / Quebec said. 34 Halldorson Crescent, And the space Ralph and MuggleKanata, ON K2K 2C7 ton have acquired for the company is perfect. It is the former original stage 613-592-5748 tel. of the Glebe’s old Avalon Theatre – 613-232-9654 fax. at 738 Bank St. – complete with the Real Estate, Wills and Estates, old stairs, rafters and brick walls. Civil Litigation, Business, & Personal Injury “To look at the building from the outside, you’d never know there was Free half–hour Consultations this incredible space hiding under all that plaster,” Ralph said “But Serving Kanata since 1981. when we went up the stairs we were Home appointments available upon request. stunned to find ourselves on the inal stage. It has 30-foot-high ceil-

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News - The city isn’t putting the cart before the horse, says Knoxdale-Merivale Coun. Keith Egli. Egli took questions from residents on a council motion looking for a second casino location in the capital during a meeting at the Nepean Sportsplex on Aug. 8. “It’s a complicated issue,” Egli said, adding if the finance and economic development committee votes in favour of a second location – in addition to maintaining the slots at the Rideau Carleton Raceway – it really only gives the mayor the permission to ask the province to give the green light on a second location. The motion, brought by Couns. Tim Tierney and Mark Taylor, seeks to offer protection to the RCR, but keep the bidding process

on a potential new gaming facility open and transparent. Egli said the intent was to allow the RCR to partner with a qualified casino company to make a bid and save its slot machines. “There’s really something in there for everyone,” Egli said. “It’s got points for people who want to protect the raceway, it deals with the transparency issue and potential traffic impacts.” Egli added that with a new Ontario premier and the dismissal of the Ontario Lottery Gaming Corp board, the conversation has changed. “Before we had to raise our hands and be in favour of a casino or lose the slots at the raceway,” Egli said. “The province has since softened their position on that.” Glens Community Association president Agnes Warda asked why the city would make a decision on a second location without knowing whether the province will accept a second casino zone. “Wouldn’t it better to wait and see what the response (from the province) is?” she asked. Egli said the city has never formerly asked the province for the second site. He also said the motion

KNOXDALE-MERIVALE COUN. KEITH EGLI allows for the province’s refusal of the second site. “If we only get one location then it would be at the Rideau Carleton Raceway,” he said. “There is the potential for things to remain status quo.” The finance and economic development committee meeting takes place on Aug. 26 and council could vote on the committee members’ recommendation two days later.

One of the reasons Egli hosted the information session was to encourage people to speak as delegations to the committee or to make written submissions. For his part, Egli said he won’t vote in favour of a casino until he has a chance to read the Ottawa Public Health report on potential social impacts. “When I first started working as a lawyer I did a lot of matrimonial work,” Egli said, adding he often saw the aftermath of a gambling addiction. John MacMillan, founder of Casino Choice Ottawa and a horse trainer, turned up at the meeting to speak to residents about the benefits of a rural casino location over an urban one. “In 1998 the OLG became more involved in gaming in densely populated areas with limited success,” MacMillan said. “Then they went to the slots-at-racetrack model. Now they seem to be coming full circle.” MacMillan added that the crime associated with big casinos in places like Atlantic City and Windsor don’t happen in rural locations. “People aren’t turning up along (Highway) 401 to hang out at the

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for Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Wilson of Kemptville Estate of the late Vivenne Peterson of Prescott to be held at Hands Auction Hall, Algonquin Thursday, August 22 @ 4 p.m. Preview @ 3 p.m. 37â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bounder Motorhome, 13â&#x20AC;&#x2122; slide out, 120,500 kms, loaded, certified. Oak double pedestal table, side by side china cabinet, great modern furniture, beautiful collectibles, signed paintings by Merlin Wilson. Online Bidding opens Thursday, August 15 @ 9 a.m. and closes Thursday, August 22 @ 12 noon. Simply visit www., click Online Bidding button to view catalogue and pictures. Bid online or as always we are pleased to see you at the live auction, the choice is now yours. 5501 County Road 15, RR #2, Brockville, ON K6V 5T2 Phone: (613) 926-2919 E-mail:

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AUCTION SALE Saturday August 17th, 2013 9:30 AM sharp To be held at our home located at 3624 Farmview Rd., Kinburn, Ontario. We will be offering for sale the contents of the home of Edith Thompson, Arnprior, items from the Estate of Edna Montgomery, Carp, and the contents of the recently sold home of Gwyn Weedmark, Carp, Ontario. This sale consists of furniture, household items and some tools. Everything is in good condition. In addition, we will be offering for sale, at 1:00 PM, a 1986 Chevy Scottsdale 1/2 ton truck, 355 V8, 40K on a rebuilt motor and transmission. The truck will be selling â&#x20AC;&#x153;as isâ&#x20AC;? however it is in good condition. Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Refreshments Auctioneer: John J. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill 613-832-2503 GARAGE SALE





3396 Stagecoach Rd, Osgoode, ON 2 km East of Osgoode village on Osgoode Main St and then right on Stagecoach Rd., 1 km South. Watch for Auction Signs. Saturday, August 24 at 10:00 am (Property sells at 12 noon) To settle the estate of the late Joseph McEwan the following will be sold: This property of approx 97 acres consists of approx 70 acres of crop land and approx 27 acres of bush. The farm fronts on Stagecoach Rd to the East but has a 66â&#x20AC;&#x2122; deeded right of way onto 2nd Line Rd to the West, across the road from Osgoode village. Situated on the property is an older 2 storey frame house, barn and out buildings. An Excellent Rural Property! Terms on Real Estate- Selling in â&#x20AC;&#x153;as isâ&#x20AC;? condition. Property will be sold subject to a reasonable reserve bid. $100,000 down (by certified cheque or bank draft) on day of sale with balance due upon closing. Home inspections are the responsibility of potential buyers and must be completed prior to the auction. For more information contact the auctioneers. Also selling on August 24 starting at 10 am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Kubota BX 2360 2010 compact diesel tractor w/ LA 243 loader and soft sided cab and heater, 213 hrs,4x4, comes w/ 60â&#x20AC;? mid mount mower and B2789 rear mount 54â&#x20AC;? snow blower and weight box- like new; Chrysler 2004 Sebring, 4 door w/ safety and E-test; other machinery, farm related items and some antique furniture. See for more detailed listing Terms â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Cash or Cheque with Proper ID Auctioneers James and Hill Auction Service Ltd Carson Hill Stewart James (613) 821-2946 (613) 445-3269 Owners and Auctioneers not responsible for accidents.

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Saturday, August 24, 2013 10 a.m. Sharp For Beth and Neil Dennis to be held at their home located at 249 Comba Lane, Pakenham, Ontario. (Cty Rd 29 South from Pakenham approx. 3 kilometres) Thundercraft 28â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 280 Express cabin cruiser - 4.3 Inboard - Mercruiser outdrive. Fully equipped - sleeps six, with trailer. This boat is in excellent condition. It will be offered for sale at 1:30 PM.; piano; antiques; collectables; household furniture; assorted tools, lawn and garden equipment. The Dennisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; have sold their farm and everything must sell. Come and enjoy a day in the country and possibly go home with a few treasures. Bring your lawn chairs. Owners: Beth and Neil Dennis 613-624-5059 Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Refreshments Auctioneer: John J. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill 613-832-2503 Owners or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident the day of the sale




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No Reserve Bids Wednesday August 21, 2013 at 5:00 pm Auction to be held on site at Street Flea Market: 24 Family Lane â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5 kmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s west of Smiths Falls Hwy 15 ( Kingston Hwy) & Bay Rd. Very Clean Sale of estate items, viewing from 3 pm to 5 pm.

Guitar, Guitar Shaped CD Stand, Metronome, Violins (childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and adults), Karaoke Machine, Small Drum, Coca Cola Cooler, Carpets, Small Shaker Basket, Barometers, Milk Bottles, Alter Candles Sticks, Brass Vases, Farm Toys, Tinker Toy, Early Dolls, Lantern, Royal Doulton figures (Pamela, Shepardess, Country Girl), Royal Doulton Toby Jug (Mine Host), Fire Fighter Figures, Early Chinese Terracotta Figures, Chinese Lacer Jewellery Box, Flambro Clowns, Cement Lawn Ornaments, Wedgewood (Blue and Green), Mieto China Cups and Saucers, Royal Castle Dinner Set, Nippon Dish Set, Early Flo Blue Bowl, Pewter Pieces, Elk Carving, Doctors Bag, Numerous Paintings and Prints, Unique Mirror, Regulator Clock (Not Old), Woodland Belle Cast Iron Stove, Chest of Drawers, Cedar Lined Chest, 4 Poster Bed, Chrome Table and chair set, Vilas Desk, Drop Leaf Table with 2 Captainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chairs, Walnut Coffee Table with Glass Tray, Magazine Rack, Maple Corner Cupboard, Walnut Hutch, 5 Drawer Dresser, Copper Boiler, Wood Planes, Coleman Stove, Yoke, Roof Vent, Adze, Bushnell Novelty Size Binoculars, Wicker and Chrome Table with Glass Top with 6 chairs, Assorted Box Lots Many items to numerous to mention. Owner and Auctioneers not responsible for loss or accident. Terms: Cash, Authorized cheque with ID, Debit, Visa or Master Card. Rob Street Auction Services Ltd. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Bev and Rob Street 24 Family Lane, Smiths Falls, Ont. K7A 4T1 613 284 2000








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Peacefully and surrounded by his family on Wednesday, August 7, 2013. Beloved husband of Marlyne (Watts). Dear father of Jody (Diana), Marla (RenĂŠ), and Nancy (Scott). Proud grandfather of Kyle, Gregory, Christian, Elisa, Nicholas, Hannah and Tyler. Donald was predeceased by his sister Eunice (Darrel). Donald was born in MontrĂŠal, Quebec on July 15, 1929. He had a successful career with the Canadian Military for 35 years, retiring with the well-respected rank of Chief Warrant Officer. His travels and service through Indo-China, Japan, Korea, France, Germany, Brussels and Canada have been well documented in a large number of pictures. His retirement years were long and filled with his love for opera music (loudly on occasion), science fiction books, baseball (even when his team was losing), puzzles (too big and hard for the rest of us to help with), working at the local garage (making coffee), beer (at room temperature of course) and women in dresses (or for that matter, all women). He was known as the local neighbourhood watch, and could often be seen â&#x20AC;&#x153;patrollingâ&#x20AC;? the street in his trademark socks and sandals. He was a man of few needs, made happiest his last few years spending time with his dog Bosley, his cat Mickey and keeping up with his seven grandchildren of whom he was so proud. There will be no formal visitation or service, however please come celebrate Donaldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life with us on August 17, 2013, 1:00 to 5:00 pm, at the Royer residence. Tributes, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society and condolences may be made at HUNTING SUPPLIES








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It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Ken Hranchuk in his 69th year, on August 3rd, 2013. Beloved husband for 36 years of Donna Christie. Loving and proud father of daughters Kieva and Alexis, and of son Torsten. Forever missed by sisters Sophie Schmidt and Marlene Larter and brothers and sisters-in-laws Gail and Gary Fairhead and Kate and Doug McLean. Predeceased by his parents Dan and Mary, and sisters Doris and Isabelle. Fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews, and friends. Ken was a man who devoted his life to his family and who also was committed to bettering the lives of others. Family and friends were invited to celebrate this remarkable life at a visitation at the Carp Chapel of Tubman Funeral Homes, 115 Rivington Street, Carp on Thursday, August 8th from 2:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4:00 and 7:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C;9:00 p.m. and at the Loch March Golf and Country Club, 1755 Old Carp Road, Kanata on Friday, August 9th from 1:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C;4:00 p.m. Condolences, tributes or donations may be made at



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This week, take in the Vintage Motorcycle show at Billings Estate on August 18; Let us entertain you at BYTOWN Museum on Thursday evenings in August or catch King Kong (1933) at the Drive-in at Cumberland Heritage Village Museum on August 17, 2013. Enjoy the musical stylings of the “Finest Kind” on August 25 at Watson’s Mill.

There are children’s programs taking place at Fairfields - Family Zone on Sunday afternoons in August; Kids Crossing at Nepean Museum runs daily from 9:30 am to 11:30 am and Pirates and Privateers abound at Goulbourn Museum’s Family Craft Day on August 18. There is also the Explorers Club at Pinhey’s Point on Thursdays evenings. And, don’t forget the Day Camp at Museoparc Vanier from August 19 to 23. Save the date for the opening of Building Peace at the Diefenbunker on September 14 and the Fall Harvest Festival at the Osgoode Township Museum, also on September 14.

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The Kanata Civic Art Gallery is a non-profit art organization, with the juried members presenting their new show entitled Just For Fun, & Colour Me Kids running to Aug. 29 at the Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Dr. For details, visit

Until Sept. 9

The Rotary Club of Ottawa Kanata Sunrise is working with Walmart (Centrum) and Staples (Bells Corners) to collect back packs and school supplies for students in Kanata, Bells Corners and the Ottawa area. Please show your support at either location.

Aug. 17

Friends of the Central Experimental Farm hosts Art on the Farm, a free event, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Artists will display and sell their original

works under the trees, on the Arboretum, building 72, east off Prince of Wales roundabout. Details at 613-2303276 or

Aug. 17-18

The second round of Ottawa Idol auditions take place at Merivale Mall, 1642 Merivale Rd. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Singers ages 13 to 21 are welcome. Registration forms are available online at There is a $20 cash entry fee.

Aug. 29

The Kanata United Church is collecting used books for their book sale next February. Proceeds go to programs including the Kanata Food Cupboard. The 24-hour drop box is open at the Church entrance, 33 Leacock Dr. Please, no magazines, encyclopedias or text books. For details call 613-592-5834.

Do you have children ages 2 to 5? The Military Family Resource Centre offers a summer camp full of great activities indoor and out. Weekly registration for July and August. Program runs five days a week. For details contact Pamela Rattigan at 613-998-9358 or

The Kanata and District Breast Cancer Support Group hosts its next meeting at 7 p.m., in Hall D at the Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Dr. For details, call Jan at 613592-4793.

Aug. 24

Sign up by Aug. 22 for a country western evening hosted by the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion, Kanata, 70 Hines Rd. Event features steak, corn-on-thecob, baked potato, strawberry shortcake, tea, coffee, auctions and music. Cost is $15, children under six get free hot dogs. Call 613-591-5570 to register, pay at the door.

The Ottawa Classical Choir hosts auditions for its 2013-14 season. Perform major works in Ottawa and Montreal, with opportunities to sing in great venues abroad such as France, Romania, Sicily, and New York’s Carnegie Hall. Auditions are held at the Resurrection of Our Lord Church, 1940 Saunderson Dr. Ottawa. E-mail audition@ to book an audition or call Josee Lamothe at 819-684-1138.

Aug. 25

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Sept. 7

Capital Junk hosts a free electronics waste recycling event from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Stittsville Community Bible Church, 1600 Stittsville Main St. All the proceeds will be donated to the Terry Fox Foundation. For details and a list of accepted e-waste visit

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The Kanata Food Cupboard is looking for volunteers to help with a variety of tasks on weekday mornings to support the growing needs of the organization. For more information, please email volunteer@ The Ottawa Good Food Box is a non-profit program to buy fresh fruits and vegetables once a month. For details and to order please call the distribution site Kanata Community Christian Reformed Church, 46 Castlefrank Rd. 613-831-7458 or 613-8606767 and check the website at Retired from Bell? We’re the Bell Pensioners’ Group, representing retirees from Bell and its affiliate companies. Our mandate is to protect your defined benefit pension and benefits. Visit and if you’re not already a member, click on the membership tab or contact us at ottawa@


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Registration for the children’s TD summer reading club is ongoing at the Beaverbrook Library Depot. For details call 613-592-2712 or go to


A free Nordic pole walking clinic is held every Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Huntley Centennial School on Langstaff Dr., Carp. Poles are provided for a trial on your first visit to learn with. An inexpensive physical activity that is suitable for all fitness levels. For details or to RSVP call Janet Crawford 613-623-2978 or email


Does food rule your life? Tired of diets that don’t work? Give Overeaters Anonymous a try. Meetings every Wednesday, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the West Carleton Community Complex, 5670 Carp Rd. Kanata Diners Club is hosted by the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre and community volunteers, providing a nutritional lunch, entertainment, and/or educational program for seniors and adults with disabilities living in our community. The program runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kanata Seniors Centre, in the Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Dr. Call 613591-3686 ext. 316 one week in advance to register.


The Nepean-Kanata Rotary Club meets every Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn & Suites in Kanata, 101 Kanata Ave. For details, visit


Bingo at the Kanata Legion, 70 Hines Rd., every Sunday at 1 p.m. Win up to $1,500 weekly. Play all games for as little as $11. For details, call 613-591-5570.


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LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22

PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20

Aries, you have a firm grasp on what you need to accomplish in the week ahead. Stay focused on your tasks and that focus will pay off by the end of the week. Taurus, your financial burden is a little easier this week. Perhaps you have caught up on bills or have received a little extra money you didn’t expect. Gemini, whether you are in a relationship or are looking for a new romantic partner, the next few days are the moments for putting on the charm. Cancer, many things need to get done this week before you can set work aside and take a much-needed vacation. Once you get through the bulk of things, you can relax. Save some of your good fortune for others, Leo. When you share the wealth, not only will you feel better about yourself, but also you will certainly have more friends around you. Without you the well-oiled wheels of the work machine just won’t spin correctly, Virgo. That can put a lot of pressure on you in your career, so weigh the options of a day off.


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Libra, sometimes you have to be the voice of reason, and this won’t always make you popular with others. Though some may not rally around you this week, they’ll relent. Something that seemed like a good idea at first glance may not seem like the best thing to do right now, Scorpio. Switch gears while you can still take another path. Sagittarius, although you may rather spend your time doing something else for the next few days, handle your upcoming obligations without complaint. Surround yourself with close friends, Capricorn. They will serve as your anchor in difficult situations that may come to pass this week. It’s good to have a support system. There is more to you than others see, Aquarius. Sometimes you relish in being mysterious, and this is one of those times. Others’ interest will be piqued. Don’t take any sniffles or sneezes for granted, Pisces. Make sure this week you pay attention to your health to ensure good days ahead.

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