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Planned sale of commuter street parking permits sparks neighbourhood backlash By Bill Hutchins Reporter

Kingston Heritage – Homeowners around Kingston General Hospital and Queen’s University are urging City Hall to put the brakes on the next phase of its on-street parking permit program. They fear their quiet streets will be crammed with more cars, and the safety of their children will be put at risk, once the city starts selling commuter permits to use side streets. “Our community is deeply concerned,” said Rob Campbell. “The proposed plan will negatively impact the neighbourhood.” About 40 members of the group, Supporters of Kingston Residential Streets, packed council chambers June 3 to decry the on-street parking strategy. About 540 people have also signed a petition urging council to delay the program’s implementation

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until there is more public consultation. “Absolutely nobody knew this was coming,” Campbell complained. “I live on Kensington. It’s a happy street. It’s a green community where we can bike and it’s fun. It shouldn’t be a parking lot,” said grade schooler Kira Allan, one of the youngest residents who sat through the council debate. The stinging public criticism appeared to catch many councillors by surprise, especially since the phasedin commuter permit program was first adopted last year for 30 blocks around Hotel Dieu Hospital and Sydenham district with little opposition. Coun. Jim Neill admits the “one size fits all” policy may not be a good solution for all neighbourhoods. The public backlash follows the city’s plan to roll out the second phase of street parking permits this fall around the hospital and univer-

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sity. City officials insist they are trying to better control free unregulated street parking, not to increase it. “We are not going to increase the number of cars parking in the neighbourhood,” transportation director Sheila Kidd told council. Kidd also apologized for the apparent communication breakdown between City Hall and residents, who said they didn’t find out about the changes until only recently. There are a total of 1,389 on-street parking spaces up for grabs in the area roughly bounded by Princess Street to the north, MacDonnell and Beverly Streets to the west, University, Barrie and West Streets to the east, and King Street to the south. The city says more than one thousand quiet on-street spaces, many of them currently unregulated and free to use, will be turned into monthly permit parking for both residents and

daily commuters. The university and hospital are major employers drawing thousands of commuters who currently park on nearby streets. Many of the streets in this area, known as Area B, currently have either regulated no-parking hours during the day or no restrictions at all. City officials say the permit system is an attempt to balance the needs of downtown residents and those drive to work. Among the controversial changes around Queen’s and KGH; -allocating 522 street spaces for commuter monthly permits, and 522 spaces for residential monthly permits, -removing 145 all-day parking spaces on Brock and Johnson Streets to accommodate cycling lanes, -creating 161 hourly metered spaces with maximum time limits ranging

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Kingston Heritage News - It’s no secret that summer in Kingston presents a huge economic opportunity for local businesses and attractions. Indeed, according to the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, the Kingston and Frontenac County area welcomes over 2.25 million visitors annually, accounting for over $310 million in visitor spending and a tourism employment impact of over 4,500 jobs. “Tourism is everyone’s business in Kingston,” says Tourism of Kingston manager of visitor services and local Town Crier Chris Whyman. “Everyone from a cab driver to a construction worker plays an important role in creating money for increasing the coffers in the city of Kingston. Local citizens should be aware of what we have in our own backyard.” That’s why this year, Tourism Kingston is hoping that Kingstonians will join in the fun and get enthusiastic about everything our city has to offer. Tourism Awareness Week, taking place June 9 – 15, encourages locals to be visitors in their own city, and participate in a wide variety of events such as a social media photo contest at various sites, a barbeque for Kingston

residents at the Visitor Information Centre on June 9 and a tourism trivia boat cruise on June 11. On June 14 and 15, locals will also be offered free or two-for-one admission to select Kingston museums. “One of the biggest issues is people have a lot of friends that come and visit them from out of town, and they don’t know what Kingston has to offer,” Whyman explains. “They need to be ambassadors, so we need to let them know what they have so they can tell their aunt who’s coming in from Winnipeg and take [her] on a tour. It makes you look good, it makes the city look good and it really gives the out of town guests some great stuff to do.” Indeed, there is more than enough to see. “Kingston, of course, is a very historic community and some of our biggest attributes are tourist attractions,” Whyman notes. “Not only is the city an attraction itself, but we’ve got places like Fort Henry, the trolley, the Marine Museum, the Pump House Steam Museum. We’ve got 25 galleries. It’s a huge coup for us to have that many.” Tourism Kingston has also introduced a new initiative called Kingston Crowns, which runs all season long. If someone receives exceptional customer service from a front line worker, they can nominate that person for an award by

visiting kingstontourismawards. com and downloading a nomination form. Winners will be recognized at a gala event, to be held in February. “We know that front line staff already go above and beyond, but we want people to let us know when that happens so we can nominate them for a tourism award,” Whyman says. “[The judges] will put together the winners of the different categories that they have. It could be anything from businesses to attractions to an individual server, a cab driver - anybody could win.” The ultimate goal of all these initiatives, of course, is to encourage everyone to experience what Kingston has to offer, and strengthen the economy in the process. “[Tourism] is very, very important to this area,” Whyman says.”Our huge student population is a good example…By promoting tourism in the city of Kingston, what we’re doing is we’re ensuring that these students will have a job for the summer to raise money for their college education. That’s just part of it but it’s also the amount of tax dollars that come back to Kingston to put into other events and other things.” For more information about Tourism Kingston and Tourism Awareness Week, and a full listing of events, visit www.tourism.kingstoncanada.com.

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tion to help out with those changes. We want to ensure that our connection to local water is strong and that we are able to keep a healthy environment.” Watermark: One Epic Journey will be shown on Thursday, June 19 at 7 p.m. at the Kingston Cineplex at 626 Gardiners Road. Tickets will be available at the door for $10. For more information on the Frontenac Stewardship Foundation, Visit www.frontenacstewardship.ca

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of the Salmon River and the Centre for Sustainable Watersheds for the screening. All three are volunteer groups who work at sustaining natural resources, preserving watersheds and informing communities. Colman hopes that the film makes a lasting impact on residents. “The imagery is impactful and it is a thoughtful film, so I would encourage people to come and really think about the importance of water and water conservation and how we are all linked to it and how our local eco systems here are linked to it,” said Colman. “Maybe it will make people think twice about dumping leftover bait in a lake or think twice about dumping paint down a drain. We want people to think about what they are wasting and about their relationship with water.” The screening is also an awareness event for the foundation itself. The group is coming off of a brief hiatus and has recently gone from being a group that was funded by the Ministry of Natural Resources to a charitable foundation. “This is a chance to show the community what we’re all about,” added Colman, who also points out that this subject matter is especially relevant for Frontenac given the number of lakes in the county, “We have 480 lakes and we really need to be concerned about what we are

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Kingston Heritage - One of Kingston’s best-known attractions - the one with the big boat parked out front - is trying to stay afloat amid reports that Ottawa plans to sell the land beneath them. The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at 55 Ontario Street faces an uncertain future with its federal land lease set to expire at the end of this year, and Ottawa pushing its waterfront divestiture agenda. “It’s all up for sale,” said Chris West, chair of the museum’s board of trustees. He says Ottawa has indicated it’s now ready to unload the property after years of off-and-on negotiations with the city. “This federal government is really bound and determined to unload surplus assets. They’re really not monkeying around, and they put a lot of pressure on the city.” The City of Kingston was given the first chance at buying about 1.5 hectares (3.8 acres) of the museum land, which includes the historic 1891 dry dock, decommissioned Alexander Henry ship and the Union Street Jetty. But councillors declined a recent purchase offer from Public Works and Government Service Canada because the financial risk and potential liability

to taxpayers is just too great. Preliminary estimates to purchase and rehabilitate site are pegged at over $19 million. Councillors voted 12-1 to support a staff recommendation to take “no action” on the purchase based on the “unacceptable transfer of risk and potential cost to the municipal taxpayers without a grant to cover costs from the federal government.” The cost estimates include $4.1 million in site remediation, $5.4 million to repair the east and west wharfs, $2.4 million for design and regulatory approvals, plus an optional $3 million to develop a Maritime Heritage Centre and Tour Boat docking facility. “We need to stand completely away from this,” said Coun. Rick Downes. However, as a gesture of goodwill, council agreed to lend its staff expertise to help the Marine Museum engage in its own talks with the federal government to acquire and develop the waterfront site. “We’re saying ‘Hey we’re the tenants, we want to be next in line (to purchase). There’s no guarantee of that but it’s logical,” West explained. The museum, which operates as a non-for-profit corporation, is hoping to partner with private investors to try and develop the site.

West says the “imminent divestiture” of the museum land represents a new opportunity. He envisions a new residential development plus a tour boat docking facility, while preserving the museum’s location. “It could be a huge benefit for Kingston to retain the museum, restore the waterfront, bring in the big cruise lines and the Navy to use the deep water docks, and a progressive big bold real estate potential as well.” As for the mystery partners with deep pockets, West will only say that he’s spoken with “local players, people we respect” who are property developers. “They’ve got the finances. We’ve got the site, potentially.” He added: “Downtown water frontage is what’s in it for them.” However, the Marine Museum must first conduct due diligence studies to see if its long-rented property is worth buying. The city is expected to provide staff expertise and share information from its recent talks with federal officials. Museum officials will also be seeking a one-year lease extension to give them more time to conduct fact-finding studies. “It’s very bracing to have a federal bureaucrat telling you that you should be thinking about vacating the premises at the end of 2014,”

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from 2 to 9 hours. Kidd says the policy is meant to develop standard parking rules in neighbourhoods and control the “spillover” effect when parking is removed from Brock and Johnson Streets in August. Most of the affected streets will retain daytime parking restrictions (10-11am and 2-3pm) to discourage all-day parking, but those with permits would be exempt. She also promised to steer daily commuters into existing off-street lots at Queen’s and KGH rather than sell parking permits to nearby side streets. Councillors voted 12-1 to adopt the street parking initiative, but on the condition that the sale of commuter permits won’t begin until staff can address neighbourhood concerns with public input. The issue is expected to return to the committee level in September. Mayor Mark Gerretsen says the policy is meant to assist residents, but he’s not interested in forcing it on neighbourhoods. “If residents don’t want it, fine. There’ll just be cars randomly parking there.”

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and reduce confusion over ambiguous highway numbers. Some have already suggested names to replace the highway numbers; Pittsburgh Road, Heritage Way or Gananoque Road for Highway 2, First Capital Way, LaSalle

Road or Barriefield Road for the in-town section of Highway 15, and Harrowsmith or Parham Road for Highway 38. City officials will not choose any names until they get further direction from council.

While the outcome, presented to the rural advisory committee this week, indicates most residents want the 2, 15 and 38 numbers left the way they are, the split consensus and street changeover costs involved could ulti-

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Kingston Heritage Editorial I’ve never been a huge fan of the outdoors. I enjoy sitting out in the sun reading or tanning or lounging by a pool, but when it comes to things like hiking, fishing or even camping, count me out. Even when I was a child and was in Girl Guides, I never enjoyed camping. I hated sleeping in a tent on the hard ground and then waking up in the morning feeling damp from the dew outside. I preferred the trips where we stayed in a cabin or even a trailer, but they still weren’t something I looked forward to. I am completely like my mother in this respect. Her idea of ‘roughing it’ is staying in a hotel, but my father is the total opposite. He inherited a fishing camp from my grandfather and twice a year he drives 14 hours north to a camp that is only accessible by boat. It has no electricity or running water or plumbing. He goes up there for a week with three or four friends and they fish all day and live like cave-

men. You could not pay me enough money to do something like that. I’m also not a hug fan of wildlife. I enjoy bird watching and the sound of the loons calling on a lake, but snakes scare me and insects freak me out, especially ones with lots of legs. Mosquitoes and black flies love to bite me, no matter how much bug spray I put on myself. So needless to say, my current living situation has been a bit of a challenge. The first time Korey took me to his family’s cottage I thought he was taking me into the woods to kill me. The cottage is really isolated, about three kilometres into the woods on a gravel road. At that time it was a nice place, but it had an Envirolet toilet, which is basically a hole in the ground with some peat moss. It did not have a shower - you simply bathed in the lake. It wasn’t ideal but it was still a beautiful spot and had a lot of other amenities including a beautiful lake and lots of tranquility. Changes have been made to the cottage over the years, and by the time Korey moved to Kingston to pursue his PhD, the cottage had a working shower and a modern toilet. These additions made it easier for me to move into and honestly our living situation couldn’t be better at the moment, except for the

outdoor aspect. I am still adjusting to living in the ‘country’ and Korey teases me at least once a week for being a ‘city girl’. For some reason, I am always the one who encounters snakes and frogs and turtles and porcupines and millipedes and no matter how many times I hear ‘they are more afraid of you then you are of them’ I don’t believe it. Korey grew up with all of these animals at the cottage and of course, as a boy, he enjoyed playing with them. He doesn’t understand what the big deal is and maybe it isn’t a big deal, but it still freaks me out when I encounter these creatures. I try my best to focus on the beauty of the lake and the tranquility of the loon calls and most of the time I can’t believe how lucky I am to live in such an amazing place, but the animals and nature are still an adjustment and I’m sure they always will be. As the saying goes, ‘you can take the girl out of the city but you can’t take the city out of the girl’ and I certainly concur. In the future, I don’t think we’ll be buying a home in a really rural area, but for now I’ll just have to learn to co-exist with my wild friends and hope that they really are more scared of me than I am of them.

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Kingston Heritage Editorial - These days, it’s pretty easy to get down on yourself and despair over the fate of the world. Today’s stories are of psychopaths on shooting sprees, imminent eco-system collapse, draught, famine, rape, poverty and disease.  The polarization of our politics has us paralyzed, confused, or worse, feeling indifferent.  But what if we told you that things have never been better? That life, objectively speaking, has never been safer, kinder and more equitable than any other point in human history? Canadian cognitive scientist Steven Pinker argues precisely that in his 2011 book The Better Angels of our Nature. Pinker contends that the tendency toward violence is deeply engrained our evolutionary and biological history. At one time, the instinct towards abuse and murder served our ancestors’ purposes quite well, enabling them to reproduce at better rate than the prehistoric pacifists. It is only with the advent of civilization and the development of five key historic factors within it, humanity’s desire to inflict pain for personal gain has tempered. Namely, these include the development of the state (laws/policing), the march of commerce (increased trade), feminization (the increasing influence of women on politics and economics), cosmopolitanism (access to new ideas afforded by increases mobility, literacy and media, and The Escalator of Reason (the ever accumulating body of knowledge and good judgment afforded by the application of human reason to our questions and problems, which has lessened our tendency to privilege our own interests over those of others). The data doesn’t lie. Murder rates were much higher amongst supposedly peace-loving hunter gatherer societies than the U.S. in its most violent decade. The great genocides of Stalin, Mao and Hitler simply don’t stack up to the per capita killing ratios of the ferocious 17th century Reformation and Counter-Reformation wars of religion. It’s a thought provoking read that underscores what a tremendous success the project of civilization has been. If nothing else, it’s worth being reminded of our immense capacity for cooperation and kindness, and our tendency to favour them when confronted with the alternatives. Critics of Pinker charge that he paints an overly rosy portrait of human nature. What is it about us that has, really, truly changed over the centuries and millennia? If violence is necessarily spawned out of fear and ignorance, have either of those things really gone away? Or do they remain, dormant, lurking just below the surface, one cataclysm away from remerging with a vengeance? We encourage readers a step back from the 24 hour news cycle; acknowledge the importance of the events that take place in our world, however refuse to succumb to the siren calls for despair they can sometimes elicit.  When we engage with each other, let us refuse to descend into the tired polemics and diatribes that preclude accommodation, focusing instead on the things that unite us as citizens and community members, both locally and globally. Let’s ride that ‘Escalator of Reason’ as high as it will go. Let’s prove the critics wrong.

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George raises a great point as few service providers, no matter how great they are, ever take the time to lubricate under-carriage spare tire carriers and winches during routine maintenance. We, on this side of the service counter, often expect customers to look after certain things on their own, in between services, such as tire pressure and fluid checks and washer fluid top-ups. But it really isn’t reasonable to expect a car owner to crawl underneath their vehicle on their driveway to lower the spare tire and effectively lubricate the mechanisms. If your vehicle has an ‘underslung’ spare tire and is over two years old, have your service garage lower the tire and lubricate the winch, cable, and any other mechanism that needs attention. Rear liftgate and trunk lid lock cylinders are another often-forgotten lube point and need special attention during the winter. I received an email recently from a western reader with a concern on

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Inspiring others to help Gilda’s Club open its doors By Mandy Marciniak

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Heritage News – They’ve held multiple events, they’ve moved into their new location and held open houses, and now Gilda’s Club needs your help to open their doors. There are multiple Gilda’s locations across North America, but starting up a location in Kingston has been a long process. Eight years ago, Sami Bessette and her mother, Cathy, visited a Gilda’s location in Toronto. Cathy had recently been diagnosed with lung cancer and was in the city for a second opinion. Sami, who was 19 at the time, accompanied her mother for support. “I remember the day because it was really cold and we were walking up the street with giant x-rays of her lungs that we had to bring with us to the appointment,” recalls Bessette. “My mom suggested going to the Gilda’s clubhouse and I didn’t really want to, but I went with her anyways. When we arrived people came over to us and told us it was a social and emotional support place for people and families dealing with cancer and

it was completely free. There were lots of people there and they weren’t scared to be themselves. People had their wigs off and they were chatting about life and the entire place was very comfortable and inviting.” Upon returning to Kingston for treatments, Cathy felt a need for a Gilda’s in Kingston and she teamed up with Joanne Franke to make it happen. While Bessette’s mother’s original diagnosis only gave her three to six months to live, she survived for seven years with the help of multiple surgeries and treatments. Sami believes that her determination to get Gilda’s running also helped. “When she first went into Gilda’s in Toronto, I think it changed something inside of her and it made her want to keep going,” added Bessette. “She wanted to help other people and in a way working toward this took her mind off of her illness. She was no longer just a woman with cancer, she had a purpose and she sat on the board and had meetings and fundraisers to organize. All of that kept her going.”

Cathy Bessette died in May, 2013, coincidentally on a very important day for Gilda’s Southeastern (Kingston) chapter. “It was the exact day that Gilda’s signed the paperwork for the club, 12 minutes after they signed the paperwork, explains Besette. “That makes me feel like it was really meant to be and that is why I share her story.” She hopes that by telling her story and the story of her mother, she can inspire others to help this amazing program get off the ground. The club house is there, but in order to open their doors and provide the services they want, Gilda’s needs to raise $750,000. They are steadily moving toward their goal of opening in December of 2014, but they’d love to open even sooner. “People don’t understand how important their services are unless they have had someone close to them affected by cancer,” says Bessette. “The clubhouse gives people a place to go and activities to do and other people to interact with and share stories with and people who are

struggling with illness really need that. It gives people a place to go to that is non-judgmental and open and there are no obligations. People can just drop in whenever they want or whenever they need to and that is so important.” Gilda’s is hosting a Family Fun

day on June 21, a Women in Business event on June 24, an Open House event on July 8 and many more events over the coming months. For a full list of events and information on Gilda’s and to learn how to donate, visit www.gildasclubsoutheastern.org

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QECVI students take fashion to a new level By Mandy Marciniak

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Kingston Heritage News – The auditorium at QECVI was transformed into a runway on the night of June 4 and students designers happily modelled their creations - but they weren’t your typical sewn together pieces of fashion. Students presented outfits made from newspaper, recycled materials and scraps of fabric, all pieced together without a sewing machine. The show celebrated the work of students who were part of the first ever fashion course at QECVI and teacher Pamela Simon was ecstatic to see her enthusiastic students up there. “The course was originally supposed to be about The History of Fashion, but once the class began, I saw that the kids really wanted to do some hands-on work and some designing so we just started doing it,” explained Simon. “The class wasn’t set up for that but they were fantastic and we just kind of went with it. We had no materials or sewing machines or anything so we just kind of improvised.” Simon has a background in fashion and formerly owned her own store, so she was thrilled to see the response of her students. She was also surprised to see how creative and talented they all were. “I was so impressed with their designs and their artistic abilities and I’m so happy I could help them grow with that,” added Simon, who was also thrilled to take the students on a fashion themed field trip to Toronto. “They saw designs by top designers that they adore

and respect and they were able to touch them and see them up close and that was a whole other world for them. It was so inspiring to see.” To showcase their efforts, students from the class organized a fashion show with proceeds going towards the QE trust. Some of the students were a bit nervous at first, but they had time to rehearse and the excitement relaxed them quickly. “We were scared when we got on the stage initially but then it just came naturally and it was fun to show off the designs,” said student and designer Princess Tate, who modelled a dress made out of newspaper. “The inspiration was to not make it too long and make it interesting. We wanted some texture, which is a bit difficult with newspaper, but I think it QECVI Students gathered with teacher Pamela Simon at the end of their turned out pretty well.” Some students modelled their own work Glamm R Us fashion show on June 4. Right: Students Marissa McFadwhile others modelled the work of friends. den (left) and Princess Tate show off their fashion show ensembles. Photo/Mandy Marciniak. Marissa McFadden helped out her best friend, Jaime. “The dress is a mermaid style and I really loved wearing it,” said McFadden. “The show was so much fun. We’ve been rehearsing for the past three months and it was worth it.” Sadly, Simon is retiring this year so she is not sure whether the course will run next year. Either way, she is extremely happy she had the chance to teach it this year and expose the students to another form of art. “I’ve got a great group here and the show was fantastic,” she Simon. “This is a really nice retirement gift and I hope the students continue doing amazing work with fashion.”

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The summer calendar of Wolfe Island events fills quickly By Margaret Knott Correspondent

EMC new- In advance of a short getaway, it seemed the right time for a reminder of some of the events coming up on Wolfe Island during this summer season. First among them is the Re-Opening of the Stone Heron Gallery by owner Pat Sanford at the Wolfe Island Community Hall situated behind the Wolfe Island Town Hall and beside the Tourist Information Centre. Sanford has operated the Gallery from there for seven years. This year’s Official Opening is June 27th ( her preparations begin prior to that of course). When the doors open each year the Gallery is always breathtaking in its professional presentation of the works of the island’s many skilled artists and artisans. Pat also has done much to create a wonderful atmosphere in the rather plain building. Over time she was responsible for building the ramp entrance, interior painting, floor finishing as well as adding window security. This years opening will include

along with beautiful things to see, a Book Launch for Ottawa author Tudor Robins on the publication of her second, Young Adult novel - Appaloosa Summer . Tudor has a link to the island. She and her family spend much summer time at the Caldwell’s (her parents) family cottage. The book Appaloosa Summer is about Meg Traherne (16) who has never known loss until the beautiful, talented horse she trained, drops dead underneath her in the show ring.) Tudor’s first YA novel was Objects in Mirror. Also at the Gallery author Jennifer DeBruin, will be on the island to sign her historical fiction novel, Shadows in the Tree, (concerning the American Revolution, UEL’s, Quebec. and Maria Catrina Eamer, alone in safeguarding her children ) The Island is so fortunate to have the Stone Heron Gallery open here from June 27 till Labour Day. ** The Wolfe Island Music Festival this year being held August 8th and 9th, 2014 once again has an exciting line-up: K-OS, SHAD, The Rural Alberta Advantage, Pup, Young Galaxy, Wilderness of

Manitoba, Kopecky Family Band, Harlan Pepper, Bry Webb and The Providers, Zerbin,Thus Owls,The Luyas, Grey Lands Luther Wright and many others. Quite a mixture of music. Something there to please every genre the advertising. The WI Community Centre benefits from this event. For Information on tickets /passes; schedule, camping, accommodation etc., check out the web site: www.wolfeislasndmusicfestival.com You can Get Tickets: Online, then at Brian’s Record Option/ The Grad Club / Windmills (Kingston) Fargo’s and The Island Grill (Wolfe Island) after June 15th, This year Festival organizers are offering a Festival Express Boat for the festival. The cost of boat rides is included in the price of tickets for which the attendees to the Festival MUST show proof of purchase. Great solution for a difficult problem, which in the past has created great frustration for Wolfe Island residents trying to get home on the WI Ferry. **The Wolfe Island Boat Club prepares for a new season, each

Applying for college – what you should know… It’s a big decision – deciding to go to college. Once that decision has been made, what’s the next step? With many reputable colleges to choose from, doing your research is important. Applying for college involves more than just filling out an application form. Paying a visit to the campus you have in mind will allow you get a feel for the college and its staff and students. The Kingston Campus of the Academy of Learning College invites visitors to tour the campus and participate in a free, no obligation career and academic assessment meeting with an admissions expert who can recommend programs and answer any questions. Connecting with the college’s Facebook is another way to learn more about the school. Many colleges only have intakes once or twice a year, but the Academy of Learning College has continuous enrolment, allowing you to start anytime. There’s no waiting for a class to fill up before it can begin because the education you will receive is individualized. You can work at your own pace and receive one-one coaching.

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community, presently only available in the city. And finally watch for the dates of the Family Ball Tournament, Horse Club activities, Fibre Fest, the WI Ploughing Match, Old House Museum days, Church and Community activities/dinners etc, special music at the Island’s restaurants and events slated for under “The Roof”, as they come up.. Rent a Bike, visit the Corn Maze, take Horne’s Ferry to Cape Vincent.. And, there still is time to Register for Kingston Field Naturalists 16th annual BioBlitz to count plant and animal species June 13 to14 at Big Sandy Bay Friday (2:00 pm to 2:00 pm) Contact: Anne Robertson, coordinator, 613389 6742, n8ture.anne@sympatico.ca Additional information at: www.kingstonfieldnaturalists.org And June 14th, Marysville Public School Celebrates its 60th Anniversary 1-3 pm Come and share stories, reminisce about the “old days”, tour the site. The Information Centre is staffed weekends and during the week.

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To apply for admission, you must be 18 years or older and have either a high school diploma or equivalent. If you don’t, you can write an entrance exam to be considered as a mature student. While there is a perception that private colleges, like the Academy of Learning College, might be more expensive, the reality is quite different. The fact is, students who attend a year-round school such as the Academy of Learning College will get out into the workforce more quickly and therefore start earning a paycheque faster. You still get the class hours and outcomes you need to succeed, just in a more condensed time period. It’s also important to ensure the college is registered and the program of study is approved by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The Academy of Learning College has been registered by the Ontario Ministry since 1990 and is a member of Career Colleges Ontario. www. careercollegesontario.ca For more information, call 613544-8973 or visit www.aolkingston. com.

To franchise or not to franchise Bubba’s Poutine and Pizzeria (www. bubbaspizzeria.com) has had the good fortune of being voted the #1 favourite poutine restaurant in the Kingston area. If you were the owner of a popular product and had achieved that #1 distinction, what would you do to build on your success? If you’re Coca Cola, for example, you might tinker with your core product in a failed attempt to launch New Coke! If you’re like a lot of ambitious restaurateurs, however, you might want to consider franchising your restaurant. According to the Canadian Franchise Association (http://www.cfa.ca/About_ Us) over 500 franchising models operate in Canada, with restaurant franchises being the largest group. In general, there are usually three reasons for a restaurant owner to franchise his or her operation: lack of money, lack of people or a lack of time. When it comes to money, franchising is a way for you to raise capital since the fees paid by the franchisee provide the investment for your restaurant empire to grow. Franchisees also sign the leases and service contracts which reduce your liability and risk. Keeping good people

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Kingston Heritage News - For a young person, making the transition from high school to university or college is never easy. Add in a chronic condition like Type 1 diabetes and the process becomes even more complicated. But Sammy Johnston has never let her Type 1 diabetes hold her back, and it’s hard to imagine the Regiopolis Notre Dame student will be anything other than a happy, active member of the student community when she heads to Queen’s in the fall to study music. “I just kind of accept that it’s something that I have to do,” Sammy says of her daily tasks of testing blood sugar, counting carbs and pumping insulin from a pump that is constantly attached to her. “And you have to stay positive. Once you let it bother you it just makes it so much harder.” Sammy was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of eight, but over the last 10 years she has excelled at figure skating, acted and sang in Regi musicals, and played clarinet in her school’s concert band, travelling to New York City (twice), Orlando, Chicago and

Washington, DC, to perform. Along the way, she achieved top marks and was able successfully manage her diabetes. On May 26, Sammy’s achievements were recognized when she was given a Diabetes Hope Foundation Scholarship for $2,500 at a Toronto ceremony. The award, presented to 40 youths each year, recognizes young people living with Type 1 diabetes who have an unwavering commitment to managing their health. The youths must also demonstrate academic and extracurricular success, and this year all recipients were in the top three per cent of all students in terms of achievement. “It’s a really good feeling to be recognized for putting in the effort that I give every day living with diabetes,” Sammy says. “Especially because Type 1 diabetes is something that affects children, it’s nice to recognize all the work that we’ve put in as children; now we’re kind of transitioning to adult life and it’s good to have help with that.” And it wasn’t just the money and the recognition that made the scholarship ceremony a special experience. “It was really cool getting to talk to other people with Type 1 diabetes,”

Sammy says. “They were people my age who go through the same things every day. It was almost like there was an instant connection with them. We would tell each other stories that only we would understand.” Indeed, one aspect of the scholarship is that each recipient gets paired up with a mentor from their postsecondary school of choice who is also living with diabetes. “It’s not just a scholarship, it’s training young people [to go] from living at home with their parents to taking more of a responsibility for themselves,” explains Sammy’s father, Hugh Johnston. “They say a lot of young people have good control of their diabetes at home, but for many of them when they move out on their own, their control isn’t as good. That’s not a good thing for their long-term health, so this mentorship program and other programs are meant to help that.” In a few years, Sammy will then mentor another Diabetes Hope Foundation Scholarship recipient who is attending Queen’s; for now, she is confident she will be able stay focused on her dreams while maintaining her commitment to managing her health at university.

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“I’m just going to keep doing what I’ve been doing and not let it bother me,” she says. “Obviously a lot more of the responsibility will be on me that has kind of been shared with me and my parents for the past 10 years so that will be a bit of an adjustment. But I’ll get used to it and just accept that it’s something I have to do.”

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Before the Kingston School of Dance (KSD) moves back to its home in the Tett Centre for Creative Learning, they’ll be putting on one of their most unique end-of-year finales. This year’s performance is called Soaring. Since vacating the Tett Centre during renovations, the school has been without its permanent home base for four years. “We’ve been kind of out there soaring in the City of Kingston,” says Ebon Gage, Artistic Director. “We’re slowly coming home to land at the Tett in September. It’s been a long flight, but it’s finally coming to an end.” This year’s show is taking on a new format. Act one will feature a full-length ballet. “It’s called The Prince and the Feather,” says Gage. “It’s based on Celtic mythology. There are a lot of different sounds and rhythms of Celtic music.” The story was written by Jillian Strathy, one of the school’s students. “I really wanted to get more of our students involved,” says Gage. “Not just in dance, but also the written word and how that can be transposed into dance.” Jillian, 15, describes the story. “It starts with a prince who wants to find something new and magical,” she says. “He comes across a gate and behind it is a beautiful garden. A hummingbird, who is actually an enchanted girl, gives him a feather, allowing him to enter the garden.” But once the prince is inside, the gate closes and he can’t get out. The prince becomes scared. Will-o’the-wisps take him further into a magical world. Over time, he falls in love with the hummingbird. The prince is offered the choice of a feather that will free the hummingbird from the garden or a key that will allow the prince to leave the garden without the hummingbird. See the show to find out what he chooses. “This is a story about love, good vs. evil, mortality and immortality, internal struggles,” says Jillian. “Your imagination is the one thing no one can take away from you.” “I’ve known Jillian since she was four and I’ve watched her grow within the studio,” says Gage. “I can always rely on her to remember the choreography.” The second act of Soaring will feature production numbers. “It’s an opportunity for us to tell a loose story with a common theme. In the middle of the act, we’ll celebrate all our dance forms.” This will be a special year for dancer Aida Susanto, who has been with the non-profit school since 1978. She’ll be leaving Kingston after this season, moving to Whitby to be closer to her grandchildren. The classically trained dancer, who at 16 was selected to join her homeland Indonesia’s national ballet company, gave up professional dance to become a doctor. During her dance career she performed on stage and TV in many locations with the national company. Dr. Susanto came to Kingston to complete her residency in family medicine. Because of the intense time commitment, she could not continue with dance. After she completed her medical residency, she looked for a place to resume dancing. She found that Len Stepanick, who at the time was the Artistic Director of the Kingston School of Dance, had formerly been with the National Ballet of Canada. That clinched Triana’s decision. “I’m classically trained, so I didn’t want to go to one of the schools where people just throw their legs around and call it ballet,” says Susanto. “The Kingston School of Dance has been a place for me to escape and express myself. My medical life is very structured. As soon as that work is done, Kingston School of Dance is my second home. I’m really going to miss the school.” She says she’s seen many dancers develop to the professional level.

“I’ve been here so long, I’ve seen many generations of dancers. I’ve seen students grow to become professional dancers,” she says. “This school is very good at encouraging students to express themselves while developing technique. There’s a family feeling here. Teachers focus on technique and art, not on competing.” She explains that since Ebon Gage arrived 12 years ago, the school has expanded. “It’s a much better school because of him,” she says. “With Ebon’s expertise in many forms of dance, the school has really expanded. If you want to become a professional dancer or performer, there’s so much you can do here.” She notes that it’s important for dancers to learn solid technique at every level, but also be able to be creative. She points at Ebon Gage. “This guy is a choreographer who lets students express themselves.” She pauses. “I’m alive because I dance.” Adult dancer Liz Racine, says the school will miss Aida. “She’s a role model for all of us in the styling and technique she brings to class. And she’s a friend and mentor.” Three high school-age dancers— Myriana Giguere, 15, Samantha Levesque, 15, and Maya Meyerman, 14—join the conversation. Samantha has been with the Kingston School of Dance for 10 years. Myriana and Maya each came to the school two years ago, after training for years in other schools. “I’d been at a competitive school,” says Maya, who trains in ballet, pointe, contemporary and is a member of the school’s company of dancers. She also performed in LCVI’s Beauty and the Beast this year. “I’d lost interest. I’d been there for ten years. It was very amateur. I even had a teacher for ballet who had never done ballet. I almost quit dance, until I came here, where it’s very creatively focused. I’ve found my love of dance again.” Myriana, who trains in ballet, pointe and contemporary dance says she likes and respects the school’s professional discipline and friendly atmosphere. “We take dance very seriously here. In the old school, they were more worried about winning trophies than with posture. It was a very amateur level of dance. They spent more time on how to please the judges with facial expression than on technique. But here, ballet is real. This year’s ballet has lots of mystical themes. It’s going to be a beautiful show.” Samantha, who has spent a decade training at KSD in ballet, jazz, hip hop and contemporary dance, as well as volunteering to help teach at hip hop classes, says, “Our pressure here is good pressure to be professional. I love the storyline of this

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whatever instrument you play.” Indeed, Johnston has made the advancement of music and the arts at RND and in the larger community his mission since moving to Kingston in 1998. He even has a national MusicCounts award, given in conjunction with the 2012 Junos, to prove it. “Kingston Summer Music is one little piece of the puzzle,” he says, noting that excellent music teachers at all area high schools, the ability of students to participate in festivals like Kiwanis here in Kingston, and charitable initiatives like The Drive radio station donating $1,000 to every high school music program annually for the last seven years are all elements that come together to allow Kingston to be a great place for young musicians. “We have all of those little things coming together and Kingston Summer Music, I like to think, is a small piece of that, too - to train half a dozen students from each school and have them go back to their school a little bit better and a little bit more inspired about music ed.” Johnston notes that a number of Kingston Summer Music alumni have gone on to become music teachers and performers. “That’s gratifying,” he says. “Kingston Summer Music is only part of what they’ve done, but it’s helped them a little bit with what they’ve achieved. If we want to keep this kind of music education thriving in Ontario, which I do, I think it’s very relevant to get a lot of kids participating and performing music.” Registration is now open for the 2014 Kingston Summer Music, which runs July 7 – 11 at Regi. Cost is $110. For more information, visit www.reginotredame.ca and click on the KSM link. You can also contact Hugh Johnston at 613-549-2225 or 613-5451902, extension 3054.

Kingston Heritage News - Fifteen years ago, Regiopolis Notre Dame music teacher Hugh Johnston started a program called Kingston Summer Music, a weeklong day camp for students who play band instruments. The goal is to provide professional instruction on band instruments, as well as opportunities for performance in concert bands, stage (Jazz) bands, and small and large ensembles. “We struggled in our first year to get about 35 students,” Johnston recalls, noting that about 10 of the initial group were adults. This was surprising, he says, seeing as a similar program he initiated in a much smaller community in New Brunswick had attracted 50 students, and the one he attended himself growing up in Brockville always filled up with well over 100 students. Still, Johnston persevered through the years, and now Kingston Summer Music enjoys a steady enrolment of between 60 and 80 students each year. “Time flies,” Johnston says of celebrating the program’s 15th anniversary. “It’s nice to meet this milestone. I’ve been fortunate to have pretty much the same staff stick with me through the years, so that makes it easier…They believe in it and they’ve stuck with it for 15 years with me.” Instructors include Johnston (trumpet/brass); Mike Verner (trumpet); Anne Palmer (flute); Elias Dubelsten (saxophone); Gordon Craig (clarinet/sax); John Palmer (trombone/low brass) and Greg Runions (percussion). At the end of the week, the students give a concert, with each performing in at least three different ensembles. “It’s a pretty intensive week,” says Johnston. “[Students] get a group lesson with a professional on their instrument - so a flute player will get a flute teacher [etc.]. You learn things that you might not Kingston Summer Music founder and instructor get from your trumpet playing music teacher that are Photo/Hollie Pratt-Campbell specific for the flute or percussion or bass guitar, Hugh Johnston.

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KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES • Responsible for ongoing sales with both new and existing clients • Provide our valued customers with creative and effective multi media advertising solutions and play a key role in the overall success of our organization • Prospect for new accounts including researching • Create proposals for prospective advertisers through compelling business cases • Assist in ad design, co-ordinate the execution of Multi Media advertising programs • Attain or surpass sales targets • Address client concerns in a timely and professional manner • Ability to present a variety of opportunities to all clients, and to support all special initiatives • As part of this role, you will be required to handle credit card information. Metroland Media is a PCI compliant company and requires people in this role to take PCI training to handle cards in a safe and compliant manner

ÉDUCATRICE OU ÉDUCATEUR ALF ÉCOLE ÉLÉMENTAIRE CATHOLIQUE MGR-RÉMI-GAULIN (KINGSTON) Concours 260/13-14 : 1 poste régulier à 50 % du temps, 10 mois/année (35 heures/semaine) ÉDUCATRICES OU ÉDUCATEURS EED - ACADÉMIE CATHOLIQUE ANGE-GABRIEL (BROCKVILLE) Concours 263/13-14 : 1 poste à terme à 100 % du temps, 10 mois/année (35 heures/semaine)

- ÉCOLE ÉLÉMENTAIRE CATHOLIQUE SAINTEMARGUERITE-BOURGEOYS (MERRICKVILLE) Concours 266/13-14 : 2 postes réguliers à 50 % du temps, 10 mois/année (17,5 heures/semaine)

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU • Opportunity to be part of an exciting company at the cutting edge of the media industry • Work for a well-established and respected company that is connected to your communities • Competitive compensation plan and Group RSP • Be part of a company that is committed to providing a healthy and safe work environment • We provide individualized career plans and extensive ongoing development opportunities • We’ve got your health in mind; you’ll receive a comprehensive benefits package and a generous vacation plan

- ÉCOLE SECONDAIRE CATHOLIQUE MARIE-RIVIER (KINGSTON) Concours 268/13-14 : 1 poste régulier à 50 % du temps, 10 mois/année (17,5 heures/semaine) PRÉPOSÉE OU PRÉPOSÉ À L’ASSIDUITÉ ET À LA DISCIPLINE ACADÉMIE CATHOLIQUE ANGE-GABRIEL (BROCKVILLE) Concours 277/13-14 : 1 poste régulier à 50 % du temps, 10 mois/année (17,5 heures/semaine)

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THANK YOU! I would like to thank you for the amazing surprise 60th Birthday party that was held in my honour on May 16th at the Amherstview Golf Club. I would especially like to thank my children, Melissa (Don), Danielle, Matt and Mike for all their hard work and extra efforts in organizing such a great evening. To my wife, Heather, thank you for keeping it a surprise, and still getting me to the (FISH FRY) party! A special thank you to Carolyn and Joe Proderick, for providing such an amazing venue. Sorry about the Habs cake! To all the staff involved in the evening celebration, thank you for making us all feel so welcome and for the amazing hospitality that was provided. I especially wanted to thank everyone who came from near & a far, as it was a truly humbling, joyful and a very happy experience! It was great to see so many of you, to share some great stories from the past and to catch up with what is happening in our lives and our families now. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedules, not to mention on the Friday night of a long weekend. It was most overwhelming!

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AUCTION SALE MR PAUL BOYD 1911 REDNERSVILLE ROAD, COUNTY ROAD 3 R.R.#1 CARRYING PLACE, ONT. SATURDAY JUNE 21ST AT 10:30 AM 5 miles WEST of Belleville Bay Bridge on Rednersville Road ANTIQUES, ARTWORK COLLECTIBLES AND FIREARMS including antique pine 2 door pantry storage cupboard with Bennington pulls; antique oak 7’ x 6’ confectionary cabinet with sliding upper and lower glass doors; antique oak “Domestic” ice box, antique oak cased spool thread cabinet, antique Pequegnat wall clock, antique pine blanket boxes, antique walnut armoire, antique single drawer work table, antique oak cased wall clock, antique mahogany finish china cabinet, antique mahogany dining table and sideboard, antique single rope bed, antique floor model radio cabinet, antique captains chair, antique pump organ, antique Arrowback side chairs, teak table and chairs, contemporary living room furniture, fireplace mantle, vintage Trumpet style café table and chairs, antique treadle sewing machine, vintage mahogany cabinet bar from Royal York Hotel, wrought iron patio table and chairs, ARTWORK by artists including original signed Many MacDonald 8” x 10” water colour,: AH Jackson, Fernand Kuyper, Robert Hyndman, Mary Schnieder, Rhoda Palmer, vintage prints; WW11 Defence Medal, ration books, radio licenses, flo blue toilet set pieces, tin whimsies, Eaton’s ½ pint bottle, oil lamps, antique wooden duck decoys, goose decoys, vintage fishing lures, fishing rods and reels, antique agricultural hand tools, antique carpenters tools, Corbin Lock Belleville collectibles, vintage Belleville Times newspapers, Bonnie and Clyde headline newspaper (Dallas Morning News) kitchenware’s, Toronto Blue Jay collectibles, quilts, soap stone carvings, children’s antique sleighs, FIREARMS (PAL REQUIRED) sell at 12 noon- 1861 Lee Enfield breech long rifle, 2 Flintlock rifles, OF Mossberg .22 bolt action, Model A Target .22, H&R Arms Model 48 Topper 12 ga, Champion 12 ga- Iver Johnson’s Arms, Savage Arms 20 ga, Laurna 12 ga, Browning Semi Auto 12 ga, Savage 340A 30 –30 bolt action. Winchester 308 bolt (serial # 370659), Winchester Model 9422 22; Evinrude Elto outboard, cast for lead fish weights, YARD EQUIIPMENT- Husqvarna 20 hp and 15 hp riding lawn mowers with rear baggers, Dearborne PTO hay mower, numerous other articles. TERMS- CASH OR CHEQUE OWNER & AUCTIONEER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENT OR INJURY DAY OF SALE SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS Plainfield 613-477-2082 www.sullivanauctions.com

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Regional Roundup

A regional roundup of the events going on within the Greater Kingston Area

Free To Non-Profit Organizations | Please Include: Name, address and phone number. Deadline: Thursday at 11 a.m. Send to: whatshappening@theemc.ca On Saturday, June 21, wear a pretty hat (optional) and join us for our English Tea & Historical Fashion Show at 1 pm. at St. John’s Hall, Bath . Costumes will be modeled by The Historical Costume Club of Kingston. Info 613352-7464, 613-352-3336. Shout Sister! Choir Spring Concert Fundraiser to benefit Streetsmart (KCVI Youth Alternative Education Centre) Saturday, June 14, Sydenham St. United Church 7 p.m. start, doors open 6:30 p.m. Shout Sister! Kingston Afternoon Chapter Friends & Family Fundraiser Concert to benefit Dawn House. Tuesday, June 17 Kingston Unitarian Fellowship Hall. Show at 7 p.m., doors open 6:30 p.m. The St. George’s Cathedral Summer Concert Series continues on Thursday June 19 from 12:15 to 12:50 p.m. with the Piano duo Ioulia Blinova and Ruby Jin from Ottawa, performing music by Franz Schubert and Maurice Ravel. The series will continue every Thursday through August 28. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. The Cathedral is at 270 King St. E. (at Johnson) in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617 or visit www.stgeorgescathedral.ca or www. rubyjin.com. Join us for a mid-day musical interlude! Kingston Blood Services - Permanent clinic at 850 Gardiners Rd., Unit B, every Tuesday and Wednesday 3 - 7 p.m. and Thursday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 3 – 7 p.m. Simply Paradise Dance every Sunday 6 - 10 p.m. at the 560 Legion, 734 Montreal St., Kingston. Admission includes munchies, prizes and a delicious meal. Dance the night away to music by Superior Sound. Singles or couples 40-90 welcome. Contact: Shirley Skinner, 613-634-1607. Frontenac Farmer’s Market. Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., until Oct. 25. All local farm products, home baking, and local artisans. New location: Prince Charles Public School, 6875 Highway #38, Verona. Also Fridays 3 – 7 p.m., May 16 to August 29. All local farm products, home baking and local artisans. Located at Harrowsmith Junction (the Trail Crossing) Highway #38, Harrowsmith. www. frontenacfarmersmarket.ca.

Wednesday June 18, 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. Part 1: “Understanding Younger Generations” Learn how an understanding of each generation can strengthen connections with younger people. Part 2: “The Grandparent Journey” Skills and strategies to make the journey with your grandchildren full of cherished memories. The Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. 613.548.7810. Rideau Trail Club of Kingston: Saturday June 14 Gould Lake Ramble Level 2, moderate pace, up to 15 km. Meet at CT at 9 am. Gas plus park fee. Leader: John 613-530-4876. Sunday, June 15 Tibbett’s Light House Cycle Wolfe Island to Tibbett’s Light House. Meet at the Wolfe Island ferry dock for 9:30 am. ferry. Distance 25 km. Be sure to bring your passport lunch and lots of water. Leader: Pat 613-385-2356. Tuesday June 17 Frontenac Park Level 3, fast pace, 16.5 km. A cardio hike from Salmon Lake parking lot, around Little Salmon and Little Clear Lake. Gas plus shared park fee. Meet at 8 a.m. at CT. Bring lots of water. Hiking boots essential. This hike will be at a faster pace than most RT hikes. If concerned about the pace call. Leaders: Lynn 343-3630384 or Nancy 613-372-2157. Thursday, June 19 Evening Walk Lemoine Point Long pants recommended (ticks) Meet at Lemoine Point North parking lot off Coverdale Rd at 6:30 pm. Leader: Elgin613 389 4216. Chris Martin Trio - Presented by Kingston Blues Society. The Standeasy @ the RCHA Club – 193 Ontario Street Saturday, June 14 8:30 p.m. Rockabilly blues from the East Coast. 2012 Music Nova Scotia and 2013 East Coast Music Association Blues Recording Nominee Vacation bible school at Emmanuel United Church, 63 Factory Street in Odessa (behind the Royal Bank). Join us from August 11-15 from 9 a.m. - noon at a Wilderness Escape VBS where we’ll explore what life was like for the ancient Israelites. There will be crafts, games and meet new friends! To register, please email us at camps@ odessapc.com attention Meagan. Watermark: One Epic Journey - June 19 at 7 p.m.: See the film Watermark at Kingston Cineplex, 626 Gardiners Road. An artistic and revealing film about our use of water around the globe. A wide-ranging discussion will follow. Co-hosted by Frontenac Stewardship Foundation, Friends of Salmon River &

Centre for Sustainable Watersheds. Information, visit friendsofsalmonriver.ca Friday Night Baha’i Discussions, May 23 through June 27. What are your thoughts? Informal chats are held Fridays at 7 p.m. at 99 York Street. Sharing ideas about the world, the human family, and attendees’ topics of interest. Further info:bahais@kingston.net 613634-0767. Bridge Centre, Frontenac Mall, offers bridge lessons Mondays 9:30 am, Fridays 11:30 a.m. and Saturdays 10:30 a.m. We have duplicate bridge games for all skill levels every day except Sunday. Partnerships arranged. 613-5076565. Sunday, June 15- Henderson United Church annual Cemetery service of Remembrance at the Henderson cemetery, 2 p.m. Rain location- Henderson United Church. Info 613-336-2467. The KSOA’s Window Art Gallery on Victoria @ Princess is hosting The Different Strokes Art Show from Wednesday, June 4- Sunday, June 15. Please join us for their reception, Thursday, June 5, 6-10 p.m. Regular gallery hours are Wed. -Sun. noon -4 p.m. and Thursday noon-8 p.m. 39 Club of Kingston Dance Friday, June 13. Music by The Code Family. Royal Canadian Legion, Main Hall, 4034 Bath Rd. @ Collins Bay. 8-11:30 pm. Dress Code , Smart Casual. Singles & Couples Welcome. Defining Health Resources - Thursday, June 19, 4:15 to 5:15 p.m. Help Queen’s Family Health Team improve seniors’ access and use of community health amenities. Your input is needed to develop a valuable information tool for health care providers to link patients to Kingston area agencies. No cost; registration requested. The Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. 613.548.7810. The Sharbot Lake Farmers Market runs 9 to 11a.m. every Saturday, May 17 - Oct. 11 at the Sharbot Lake Beach. Fresh farm produce, hot coffee and cafe breakfast items, homemade baked goods, local crafts, live music, shiatsu massage, full park and playground, and friendly conversation all at our picturesque beach setting. The perfect way to start your Saturday! www.

sharbotlakefarmersmarket.ca. The Bath Gardening Club and Horticultural Society will meet in St. John’s Hall in Bath on Monday, June 16t at 2 p.m. “Afternoon Social”. Visitors always welcome. Visit www.bathgardeningclub.com for more details. Planets in Chaos, an illustrated talk by Queen’s astronomy professor Dr. Martin Duncan, second in the Faith United Church lecture series Interesting People, Interesting Times. Tuesday June 17, 7 p.m. in the Little Theatre of LaSalle High School, Road 15. Suitable for all ages. Tickets: 613-766-4346 or at the door. All proceeds to Ryandale Shelter for the Homeless. Last Youth Dance until September June 13, Golden Links Hall Harrowsmith, 7 to 9:30 p.m. for ages 9 to 15. For info call Sharon 539-6676 or Wayne 358-2355, sponsored by the OddFellows & Rebekahs. Cash bingo Golden Links Hall Harrowsmith. Info: Brenda 372-2410, sponsored by the OddFellows & Rebekahs. Saturday, June 14 The Gananoque & District Humane Society is holding its Gently Used Clothing Bazaar at the shelter, 85 Hwy 32 just north of the 401 and Gananoque from 9 am to 2 pm. Beautiful clothing & accessories at bargain prices for women and men. Rain date June 21. Cash only. For info call Arlene, 613-923-1953. Kingston District Shrine Club Lobster Dinner June 20 5 to 7 p.m. Advance Tickets Only Available at the Shrine Club 613-384-9554. Friday, June 13 5-7 p.m. Inverary United Church is hosting a Mike Mundell Fish Fry. Homemade pie for dessert. Legion 560 734 Montreal St. - Friday, June 13 Kirham’s Karaoke will be entertaining from 8 p.m. to midnight...small cover applies to non members and guests. Everyone is welcome. Saturday, June 14 Picket Fences will be entertaining from 8 p.m. to midnight...small cover applies to non members and guests. Annual Ham and Strawberry dinner

hosted by the Glenburnie United Church Women will be held Saturday, June 14 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Glenburnie United Church, 1028 Unity Road. Two sittings. Reservations/info: Esther at 613-542-3556. Bereaved Families of Ontario – Kingston - Family Night: A support and sharing evening for any adult who has lost a loved one to death. For more information, please phone 613-634-1230. Tuesday, June 17 from 6:30 - 8 p.m., upstairs in the Trillium Room at Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Home – Township Chapel, 435 Davis Drive. Please Park in the Left-Side Lot and Use the Right-Side Main Entrance. Bereaved Families of Ontario – Kingston - Baby Loss Night: A support evening for mothers who have suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth or death of a baby up to age 1. For more information, please phone 613-634-1230. Wednesday, June 18 from 6:30-8:00pm, downstairs in the Lounge at Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Home – Township Chapel, 435 Davis Drive. Please Park in the Left- Side Lot and Use the Right-Side Main Entrance. Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame Annual General Meeting June 16, 7 p.m. at the Ongwanada Resource Centre. Cataraqui Canoe Club Saturday,June 14: Thousand Island Paddle - We will start at the club boat house on Cataraqui Street and paddle to Grass Creek Park, a distance of 20 km. RMC, Fort Henry, Cedar Island and the shoreline provide lots to see along our paddle. There is ample free parking, a good boat launching ramp, and washrooms at Grass Creek Park at no charge. Call 613 542 1054. www. cataraquicanoe.on.ca. Mary Cook in Person! - Come hear Ottawa Valley’s favourite storyteller at a classic Strawberry Social, with a set by fiddler Lloyd Wilson and friends. Saturday, June 28, 2 p.m. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Tickets limited, at a small cost, with freewill offering to support Home Base Housing. 613-5466316.

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Kingston’s development charges to rise to pay for future growth needs Kingston Heritage – The City of Kingston is growing, and the fees charged for new residential and commercial developments need to keep pace, city councillors heard. A consultant is recommending an average 25 per cent increase in development charges and impost fees to help pay for the growth-related impact on roads, water and sewer infrastructure, fire protection, public transit, recreation and libraries. Development charges, or DCs, are like a tax on new development with the sole purpose of paying for added services that are a direct result of future growth. “Those charges are levied to recover costs associated of expanding municipal services to the same level that currently exists in the municipality,” explained chief administrator Gerard Hunt. But one councillor is grumbling over why uniform fees are collected in one area of the city to largely benefit another. “The west end is growing incredibly fast and yet Glenburnie hasn’t changed in 20 years. Why should Glenburnie pay DCs when their entire community is already built?” wonders Countryside councillor Jeff Scott. His question, posed at a special council meeting May 27 to hear about revised development fees, has no simple answer. City officials and consultants hired to review the development charges bylaw for the first time in five years say Kingston has always done the one-fee-fits-all approach, but they understand the frustration.

“That’s definitely a concern,” said Hunt, who added Kingston’s fees are comparable with other municipalities like Guelph, Peterborough and Port Hope. He added: “Without the ability to fund those additional services - growth would be somewhat depressed. Our charges are not out of line with some other municipalities but we do want to be reasonable.” Coun. Scott questioned why fees collected from growth in the rural areas are going to pay for public transit, which does not extend into many parts of his district, and a new public works storage facility, when Countryside’s snow plowing service is contracted out. He suggested Kingston should follow Ottawa’s example with three-tier development charges to reflect the downtown, urban and suburban areas. The mandatory DCs must be paid before any development receives a building permit, while impost fees are usually collected when a development connects to water/sewer lines. The millions collected from new or expanded buildings – from a subdivision to a big box store - are put into a special fund that’s used to finance future expansion-related costs over the next 20 years. Kingston has no shortage of projects where DCs would be put to good use, such as the muchtouted third bridge crossing over the Cataraqui River “It’s very important. That’s going to help make up the one-third share,” said Coun. Brian Reitzel, a staunch bridge supporter who supports higher charges. The projected $120 million bridge cost in 2013 dollars will only continue to increase with infla-

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Lifestyle - “Being Lutheran is no fun,” Audrey said for the umpteenth time that morning. Mother let out a loud sigh, and I knew what was coming next, because my sister on the rare occasions she even bothered to discuss with me anything the least bit serious, had talked about this very thing. “Why can’t we have more Sunday picnics like the Uniteds? Beatrice said there are at least two more picnics this summer, and we Lutherans have yet to have even one!” Audrey was wiping the oilcloth on the kitchen table, and she was rubbing so hard I thought she was going to rub out the checked red and white pattern! And then she took the argument even further by suggesting she saw no reason why she couldn’t go to the United Church and the rest of the family stay Lutheran. Well, that tore it! Mother sat Audrey down at one end of the table, just by pointing her finger to the nearest chair, and she sat at the other end. There was nothing I liked better than a good heated discussion, and I knew I was about to witness a dandy. Nothing bothered Mother more than to have one of us argue about going to church. Even though we came

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Salvation Army band in Renfrew... did that make us Salvation Army members? Anyway, as far as Mother was concerned the discussion was over, and Audrey and I headed for the swing in the grape arbour. I told Audrey I didn’t want to go to one church and have her go to another. I told her about the time she was asked to sing a hymn and how I tingled from my head to my toes with pride...and how everyone said she sang like a bird...and I just knew she would be asked to sing again some day. And whose shoulder could I lean against when I nodded off during the sermon? Certainly not my brother Emerson’s. I couldn’t tell by looking at Audrey sitting across from me in the swing, if I had been able to convince her to stay a Lutheran. I had to think of something that would leave no doubt in her mind that going to the United Church just wasn’t a good idea. And then it hit me! Right out of the blue! “I hear Shirley’s brother from the Barr Line is going to join the Lutheran Church...remember how he chose your cake at the Cake Auction at our church ....cost him a whole quarter too. He sure had the sweets on you.” I had no idea in the world whether or not Shirley’s brother had any intention of joining the Lutheran church, but this issue called for drastic measures, and if that meant telling a little white lie, so be it! Audrey got a dreamy look in her eyes, which was a very good sign. I thought I would seal the deal by adding a bit more to the story. “Shirley said he is now old enough to drive the car too. Loves to go into Renfrew to the picture shows.” I had my fingers crossed behind my back, which was supposed to get rid of the sin of telling a lie. I sure hoped it worked, because I had no idea if Shirley’s family even owned a car...they came to church in a horse and buggy. Well, that did the trick. Audrey put her head back in the swing, and pushed the boards gently with her feet, and the swing squeaked back and forth in a steady rhythm. I knew she was thinking of trips into Renfrew to the picture show, and Shirley’s brother sitting in a pew in the Lutheran Church. Joining the United Church was never mentioned again. Interested in an electronic version of Mary’s books? Go to https://www.smashwords.com and type MaryRCook for e-book purchase details, or if you would like a hard copy, please contact Mary at wick2@sympatico.ca.


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How to find the right real estate lawyer Buying or selling real estate is rarely free of complications. Unforeseen issues often arise during real estate transactions, and in such instances a real estate attorney can prove invaluable. While buyers, sellers or veteran real estate investors might be able to handle minor or routine issues on their own or with the help of their realtor, more complex matters are best left in the hands of a real estate attorney.

estate attorney, ask how long he has been working as a real estate lawyer and how long he has been practicing in your particular state and city. Zoning laws and other restrictions vary from state to state and city to city, so look for a lawyer who has considerable experience in your state and city or the state and city where the transaction is taking place.

One of the benefits to hiring a real estate attorney when negotiating a complex or potentially complex real estate transaction is the expertise that lawyers can bring to the table. Realtors may have vast experience buying and selling homes, and many are adept at negotiating as well. But realtors are not licensed to practice law, and even the savviest realtor would admit that offering legal advice is not his or her forte. Men and women involved in complex or potentially complex real estate transactions would be wise to hire a real estate attorney, and the following are a few things to consider before hiring someone to represent you.

When interviewing prospective attorneys, don’t assume each one knows the best way to approach your particular case. Provide the details of your transaction and then ask each attorney to explain how they would approach the case. A veteran real estate attorney should be able to provide a detailed account of how he plans to represent you, including what needs to be done to get the transaction off the ground, any potential hurdles that might need to be cleared and how to clear those should they arise. Avoid attorneys who give general or ambiguous answers, as such answers may be poor attempts by the lawyer to mask his or her inexperience with transactions such as yours. Some attorneys may request time to develop a plan of action, and you should not immediately remove them from consideration, especially if they ultimately answer the question in thoughtful detail.

Experience One of the reasons to hire a real estate attorney is to make use of their experience. Hurdles have a tendency to spring up during complicated real estate transactions. Men and women involving themselves in development deals or buying rental properties likely won’t see potential red flags as clearly as a veteran real estate attorney will. When interviewing a real

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4057 GRAHAM ROAD

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3727 BATTERSEA RD $169,900 MLS® 14600159

4006A BATH RD KINGSTON $529,900 MLS® 14601901

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268 SYDENHAM STREET

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Things to consider before downsizing your home The decision to downsize a home is often bittersweet. Many couples who downsize their homes do so after raising a family. A home might be filled with memories, but downsizing a home helps couples save more money, and that financial flexibility often allows men and women to more fully enjoy their retirement. But in spite of the financial impact of downsizing a home, there’s more than just money at stake for homeowners thinking of downsizing their homes. The following are a handful of factors homeowners should consider before downsizing to a smaller home.

have to sell or donate their current furniture and then buy all new items for their new home. If it’s been a while since you purchased new furniture, you might be in for some sticker shock on your first visit to the furniture store. Another thing to consider regarding your furniture is which items you simply can’t live without. An antique dinner table might have been the centerpiece for your family holidays over the last several decades, but there’s no guarantee it will fit into your smaller home. You may want to pass this down to your son or daughter, but that’s only possible if he or she has the room for it. Before deciding to downsize, consider your attachment to certain items that you may or may not be able to take with you to your new home and the emotional toll that selling such items might take if you’re left with no other options.

Real estate market The real estate market can be a seller’s friend or foe. Many sellers have a sale price in mind when they decide to sell their home, but the real estate market can be fickle, so homeowners should do their research before putting their home up for sale. Will the current market make it easier for you to get the most for your home, or will you have to settle for less than you prefer? How fast are similar homes in your area selling? When studying the real estate market, it’s also a good idea to study the market for smaller homes. If you plan on moving into a condominium but the market is not flush with properties, you might end up paying more than you want to for your new home, which might negate the savings you can expect from downsizing.

Proximity to family When downsizing to a smaller home, many couples move out of the suburbs and into cities or towns with more ready access to culture and restaurants. While that accessibility is great, grandparents may find that it comes at the cost of less time with their grandchildren. That’s a steep price to pay for doting grandparents, and it may also impact your children if they frequently rely on grandma and grandpa for babysitting. Before downsizing, consider if you’re willing to move further away from your family. If not, you likely can still find a smaller home in close proximity to your current home and any nearby family members.

Furniture When downsizing to a smaller home, many couples realize their current furniture is unlikely to fit into a smaller home. That means couples will

Older couples must consider a host of factors before deciding to downsize their homes. also consider the effect that moving may have on their medical care. Downsizing to a home in the country may make it harder to maintain contact with your current physician, and rural areas typically have less medical practitioners than more densely populated towns and cities. In ad-

Medical care Many older men and women must

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3267 WOODS SIDE ROAD Welcome to your lovely, well maintained home with obvious curb appeal in the country on the east side. Minutes to the highway and CFB. Includes an abundance of natural light, open concept, patio doors to fenced yard, large bathroom with laundry, new carpet 2014, beautifully finished family room and a generous 27 x 24 foot garage with entry to home. MLS 14604917

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First time buyer, downsizing, investing...this is a possibility for you! Freshly painted 2nd floor, 2 bedroom condo with in unit storage, your own private balcony, a well managed, security building with laundry facilities and elevator access. Parking, close to many amenities and on bus route. Start packing, this unit is available now and move in ready for you. May you and your family find your way home on Clearfield Crescent! Charming and comfortable, freshly painted, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bath semi with inside access to garage. Sunny eat-in kitchen with patio doors to large private deck, fenced yard and includes a pear tree! Generous living room, master bedroom and complete with a finished lower level family room and den. Ready for you today... good value and convenient to amenities, steps to Cataraqui Centre. MLS 14604987

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From the welcoming curb appeal to the tranquil setting you will be proud to call this home. Quality built bungalow boasting almost 1800 sq. ft main floor 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ceilings. 3 BR, 3 Full baths. Open concept kitchen/living area & dining room. Large master with generous walk-in & full 5 piece ensuite with soaker tub. Huge bright Rec. rm area. Walk out basement. Enjoy the spectacular back yard with deck and large interlocking patio area and movable awning for shade. Beautiful gardens and waterfall. Furnace upgraded to high eff. MLSÂŽ14604367.

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Exceptional custom all brick home. Extensive use of maple tile flooring. Renovated kitchen with maple cabinets and silestone counter-tops over looking family rm with 3 sided gas f/p. Custom oak circular staircase leads up to the cozy loft area with vaulted ceiling. 3 Full baths. Private master suite has ensuite with entrance to hot tub & sauna area. Lower area finished with large game/exercise rm plus 5th bedroom. Large l shaped covered front porch. Private deck area. The list goes on! A must to view, one of a kind home. MLSÂŽ14604760.

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Beautiful brick 4 bdrm bungalow ideally located across from Roden Park in desirable Calvin Park. Featuring hardwood, ceramic and newer carpets. Good size Kitchen with Oak cabinets and recently replaced counter tops. Separate dining room with sliding doors to the park like back yard. 2 full baths. Mostly newer windows. Upgraded electrical panel. New A/C unit. Finished basement with Rec. room. Convenient location within walking distance to Portsmouth Harbour, Kingston Centre, Queen`s campus, St. Lawrence College and elementary high schools MLSÂŽ14603017

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