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TAKING A VOTE Ontario college’s faculty will have a chance to vote on management’s latest offer on Feb. 10. Ontario Public Service Employees Union has agreed to hold off on strike. See the full story on page 3.


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Trenton Wing Commander Colonel Russ Williams has been charged with two counts of firstdegree murder, in relation to deaths in Brighton and Tweed. He was arrested in his Ottawa home on Feb. 7. See page 5.

TAKING A SHOT Former Nepean Raiders coach, Garry Galley suited up to convince 67’s fans to get vaccinated against meningitis at the Urbandale Centre on Feb. 7. See the full story on page 18

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RACING FOR KIWANIS Algonquin College paramedic students won an award for most team spirit at the bedzzz race during Winterlude on Feb.6. For more photos, see page 26.

Ottawa takes action on river plan JENNIFER MCINTOSH

The city has decided to take action on a plan for the Ottawa River. Staff have recommended that councillors go with option B, a $90 to 140-million plan to deal with wastewater. The plan calls on an agressive goal of zero overflows in years with average rainfall. The plan would have under-

ground storage facilities to hold rainwater until it can reintroduced into the city’s treatments plants. The decision went to the city’s planning and environment committee after Nepean This Week went to press. While the plan would take five or six years to implement, Bay Coun. Alex Cullen said residents would be see a reduction in the number of beach closures almost immediately.

“It’s a good plan,” he said. “Both in cost and for the environment Michel Chevalier, manager of wastewater and drain operations for the city, said the plan was recommended by the environment commissioner. “We could have gone with a cheaper plan that would have had us in compliance,” he said. “But residents have said they care about the river and want something better.” 361483


The race is on in KnoxdaleMerivale ward, with three people already declaring their candidacy. The incumbent, Coun. Gord Hunter announced on Feb. 1 that he will not be running. “My advice for people is that if they want to run, they have to show that they have performed some service to their community,” Hunter said. Lawyer and Craig Henry resident Keith Egli has decided he would like to join public service because of a love for the community. “There is always some thing to do and everyone is very community minded,” Egli said. James Dean captured 22 per cent of the vote in the last election. Dean, a high tech professional and businessman, said he expects the race to be a little easier this time around because of Hunter’s retirement. “I am not taking anything for granted but it’s really hard to beat an imcumbent,” he said. “I really want to represent the residents so I will be knocking on doors and getting peoples’ opinions. The third candidate, Rod Vanier has been practicing lawyer in Nepean since 1981 and was a Liberal candidate for NepeanCarleton in the 2009 provincial election.

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Union refuses final offer, sets strike date In a last ditch effort to avoid a strike, the College Compensation and Appointments council will be taking its final offer to the faculty. The Ontario Labour Relations Board has scheduled a vote for Ontario Public Service Employees Union members on Feb. 10. Rod Bain, a member of OPSEU’s bargaining team and an instructor in the heritage and masonry program at Algonquin College’s Perth campus, said that the union has moved back the strike deadline to Feb. 17 in order to allow time for negotiations if the vote fails. Originally, the union had set a strike deadline on Feb. 1. Bain said that he had confidence faculty would reject the college’s offer. “I know the strike vote was close, but it’s really hard to vote in favour of a strike,” he said. “It’s a lot easier to vote

against an offer that essentially has no improvements over their original terms and conditions.” Dr. Rachel Donovan, chair of the colleges’ bargaining team, said that she has confidence in the merits of the proposal. “We think the agreement is fair and we believe that faculty should have a democratic right to vote on it,” Donovan said. The union’s 9,000 members have been without a collective agreement since talks broke down in November. “Even if they manage to take it to the faculty for a vote, I don’t think they (the colleges) are going to get the results that they are hoping for,” Jack Wilson, vice president of Algonquin College’s OPSEU local 415, said. “The offer is essentially the same one faculty rejected in January.” Wilson cited workload as the major contention. One part of the revised offer is to make special arrangements to support instructors that are teaching more than 260 stu-

dents — something the union says falls quite short of the mark. “This was an issue in 2004, we almost walked out then. We did walk out over workload in 2006 and it is an issue now,” he said. “I find it shameful that after all the work of the task force and the bargaining teams all they can do is offer a solution that at best helps five per cent of the faculty.” Regardless of the conflict over workload, Donovan said at a Feb. 2 press conference that the latest offer was the best the union was going to get. “It’s the best we can do in terms of the economic climate,” she said. “We have shortened the length of the contract to leave the union in a position to bargain again if the economic situation im354788 proves.” Wilson said that the union has been pushing for binding arbitration for

months. “A binding arbitration would find the best solution,” Wilson said. “So it seems to me that if the colleges were as confident in their offer as they say they are, then they would be willing to look at that solution.” Donovan said that arbitration is not the answer. “We believe the right approach is to allow the faculty to vote on the offer, not to bypass them by giving the responsibility to a third party. In an earlier interview with Nepean This Week, Algonquin College Students’ Association president Mike Hirsch said that students had some worries about what will happen to their classes if the teachers walked out.

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Newsbites Pam FitzGerald gets NDP nod New Democrats in Ottawa West-Nepean joined NDP Leader Andrea Horwath to nominate Pam FitzGerald as their candidate in the by-election on March 4 at a packed nomination meeting today. Pam has served as School Trustee at the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board since 2006 and as the Executive Director of the Canadian Health Coalition. As the Executive Coordinator of the Midwifery Group of Ottawa, she helped establish the first legally-recognized practice of midwives in the Ottawa area. Pam has served on the boards of two community health centres and a daycare, as the chair of a community housing project, and for two years as the chair of Ottawa-Carleton Assembly of School Councils (OCASC).

Graham Tory candidate Beth Graham, a one-time political aide and longtime community activist, will represent the Conservatives in the provincial riding of Ottawa West-Nepean after winning the riding association’s nod in a lively nomination meeting Feb. 5. Riding officials would not release the vote results, but an estimated 250 people attended the nomination meeting, held at the Tailgaters Sports Bar in Merivale Mall. Graham, who resigned her job as a political staffer for federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq, will face Liberal candidate Bob Chiarelli, a former MPP, regional chairman and two-term Ottawa mayor, in a March 4 provincial byelection.

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OC Transpo and la Société de transport de l’Outaouais (STO), in partnership with Transport Canada, today launched a new Transit-Secure initiative to help make public transit in the National Capital Region more secure. The goal of the joint campaign is to increase transit security and public awareness. Riders and the general public are being asked to help keep transit safe by being alert. If they see something suspicious, they should not hesitate to say something by calling 310-2828. Transit riders in both Ottawa and Gatineau now have access to a dedicated phone number to report anything suspicious. Callers don’t need to dial an area code – just dial 310-2828 and they’ll be connected to their respective transit authority, which will investigate their report. For life-threatening emergencies or crime in progress, residents should always call 9-1-1. The security awareness campaign received funding support from the federal government, which has committed $2.2 million for programs promoting security in public transit in the region since 2006. Starting this week, the public will begin seeing promo-

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Writs were issued today under Section 9.1 of the Election Act for byelections in the electoral districts of Ottawa West-Nepean and LeedsGrenville. The byelections will fill vacancies created in the provincial parliament. Under the Election Act, elections must be called on a Wednesday and held the fifth Thursday after the date of the issue of the writ. Voting day will be March 4.

JAMIE DOGGART A fire tore through CTV’s Ottawa newsroom and caused an estimated $2.5 million in damages. The fire started early Feb. 7, sometime before 4:30 a.m. on the second floor of the former CJOH-TV building in Nepean. It took 70 firefighters and 18 fire trucks more than two hours to bring the blaze under control. An overnight security guard was working when the blaze broke out. He suffered no in-

juries and no other injuries have been reported. The entire newsroom, including expensive equipment like television cameras, editing equipment and archival footage was entirely gutted by the flames. An ongoing investigation into the cause of the fire means it could be days before staff can return. However, plans to continue production from the A Channel building in the Byward Market are moving forward, reports CTV. The cause of the fire has not been determined.

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Committee behind NHL All-Star Weekend The City’s Corporate Services and Economic Development committee is throwing its support behind the Feb. 8 bid from Senators Sports and Entertainment to host the 2012 NHL All-Star Weekend. If Senators Sports and Entertainment is successful in its bid, the All-Star Weekend, which is scheduled for January 28-29, 2012, would be held on the 20th anniversary of the team’s return to the NHL. The Committee has approved providing up to a maximum of $200,000 to subsidize the event’s festivities and provide in-kind services. It is estimated that the NHL All-Star Weekend would generate $30 million in economic activity Ottawa.

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Man demanded keys at knife point At approximately 10:15 p.m. on Feb. 2, a woman was in the parking lot at 2085 Carling Ave. when she was approached by an unknown male wielding a knife who demanded the keys to her vehicle. The woman yelled at him and the suspect ran away towards the nearby mall. The suspect is described as a black male, 18-20 years old, 183

cm (6’), 77-82 kg (170-180lbs), clean shaven, wearing a black toque, black padded jacket, dark baggy pants. The knife was described as possibly being a switch blade. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Ottawa Police Robbery Unit at 613-236-1222 ext. 5110 or phone Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS) or toll free at 1-800-222-8477.

Gun used to steal cash from video store The Ottawa Police Service responded to a report of a robbery to the Caytel Video store located in the 800 block of Merivale Road, at 6:50 p.m., on Jan. 29. Two males entered the busi-

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residence on Raglan Street, Brighton, on Nov. 25. Col. Williams was brought to police atCFB Trenton 8-Wing Commander tention in connection with the deaths as Colonel Russ Williams has a result of information obbeen charged with two counts tained during a roadside of first-degree murder, in relacanvas on Hwy. 37, on Thurstion to deaths in Brighton and day, Feb. 4. He was arrested Tweed. at his residence in Ottawa The 46-year-old was aron Sunday, Feb. 7. Police rested at his Ottawa homes also cordoned off a cottage on Feb. 7 and is facing the owned by Col. Williams and murder charges in the deaths of his wife on Cosy Cove Lane Belleville Ont.’s Jessica Lloyd, in Tweed for investigation. 27, and Brighton’s Corporal Officials would not comMarie France Comeau, 38, as ment on either victim’s spewell as two counts of forcible cific cause of death or any confinement, two counts of similarities between the break and enter and two counts crimes other than geograof sexual assault in connection COL. RUSS WILLIAMS phy. Officials said they will with two home invasions in the look into crimes commitTweed area last September. ted close to other bases Col. Williams has “During the course of our investigation been stationed at as part of the ongoing the team uncovered evidence linking the investigation. disappearance of Jessica Lloyd to a homi“We are certainly tracking his movecide in Brighton in November 2009,” said ments and looking into where this man OPP Deputy Commissioner Vince Hawkes, has been over the last couple of years, and at a press conference in Belleville on Feb. continuing on with the investigation,” 8, citing geographical similarities as one said OPP detective inspector Chris Nichofactor that helped investigators tie the las. separate crimes back to Col. Williams. Belleville police Chief Cory McMullan “This is still very much an ongoing in- also read a statement from Lloyd’s parents vestigation. There is a lot of information thanking the community for their support I’m unable to speak to in an effort to pro- after their daughter’s disappearance. tect the integrity of the investigation.” Belleville Police Services and the OPP Lloyd, 27, had been missing since Jan. will continue to work together on the in28, when her body was discovered off vestigation, and anyone with informaCarry Road, in Tweed, on Monday, Feb. 8. tion is asked to contact Belleville police at Comeau, 38, was found murdered in her 613-966-0882, the OPP at 613-267-2626.

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JAMIE DOGGART Bsync, a group of five Bell High School students are heading to Saskatoon on Feb. 16 to experiment on plant life. 366327


Sherry Chu, Dajian Lu, Tim Xu, Eric Langlois and Nicole Sidebottom have been planning their experiments since October. The students are studying the affect of nanomaterials on plant life. Using a common bean plant, the soil was contaminated with various concentrations of titanium dioxide which the bean plants were then planted in. Some of the plants were planted from seedlings while others were transplanted once they were already established. Mineral levels will then be measured in the plants’ leaves, stems and roots. The students are hoping to see the particles metabolized within the plant with no detriments to the plant life. This would mean that the plants could be used to clean up the soil. Another possible scenerio is that the nanomaterials cause mutations. “Nanoparticles are in 70 per cent of things that are white, like paint and sunscreen,” Xu said. The students developed the entire experiment by themselves and are collectively making all the critical decisions. University of Ottawa student Victor Malkov and Bell High School teacher Diana Hall are mentoring the kids. “We’re all really excited about going to the Canadian Light Source. We hope to find some-

thing in the plants but it’s okay if we don’t,” Lu said. “We could be leading up to future research by real scientists.” One year after the completion of the experiments the students will have the chance to publish an article on their findings. The students are participating in a program sponsored by the Canadian Light Source called Students on the Beamlines. The program connects high school students with world-class research opportunities. The students will be learning actively from experimentation rather than

demonstration. The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) has donated eight hours of synchrotron use to the Bell High School team. The Canadian Light Source has a third generation synchrotron, which is a particle accelerator. The circular shape allows charged particles to be bent and as a result, produce light. This light is then used to measure various aspects of the subject depending on the level of radiation used.

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Members of the Bell High School synchrotron team from left to right: Sherry Chu, Tim Xu, Dajian Lu, Eric Langlois, and Nicole Sidebottom.


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Planned multi-unit proposal doesn’t fit in JAMIE DOGGART

The Crystal BeachLakeview Community Association (CBLCA) is banding together to ask Councilor Alex Cullen to send the proposal back to the Planning and Environment committee for approval. The initial proposal asked for a rezoning of the lot from a R1 residential to a R2 multi home residential to allow five semi-detached homes (10 units) to be built on the lot. CBLCA president Ruth Tremblay has been opposed to the development since it was initially proposed. “We feel like it’s too dense at the rear of the

lot,” Tremblay said. “It tion would set a precedent doesn’t fit with the develfor the community. opment of the neighbour“The community is behood.” coming less green and Residents are unhappy more dense,” she said. “We because the proposed rereally don’t like it.” zoning was changed from The CBLCA is petitiona R2M to a R2L at the last ing to stop the developminute. Tremblay said ment of the two lots. that there wasn’t time for The city site planner, the CBLCA to voice conSimon Deiaco, couldn’t be cerns because the change reached for comment. was made after the allotted time slot for public discussion. “The previous public discussion was a Home cleaner – flexible hours farce,” she said. 25 – 30 hrs/wk The change to a R2L – some weekends would allow for more Reliable vehicle to be built on the lots. – we pay kms According to TremBondable blay, planned unit developments (PUD) Please respond by aren’t allowed in R2 February 17, 2010 zones so this excep-

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A thanks to Gord Hunter The executive of the Trend Arlington Community Association would like to express its appreciation and extend a warm thank you to Gord Hunter for his over 30 years of service to the City and our community. Throughout those years, beginning as Councillor for the City of Nepean and subsequently the amalgamated City of Ottawa, Gord always worked hard to represent his constituents and remained strongly committed to improving the economic, recreational, and cultural infrastructure of the City and his KnoxdaleMerivale Ward. We congratulate him on his long and successful career in public office and wish him the very best in his future endeavours.


s students worry about whether or not their semester is going to be wasted, Ontario teachers are preparing to walk out. Members of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union had a chance to vote on an offer from the College Compensation and Appointments Council on Feb. 10. While we sympathize with the students and the parents, we think faculty should vote no on the offer and put pressure on the colleges to look at instructors’ workloads. The standard workload formula in Ontario Colleges has not changed since 1985, despite the fact that class sizes have grown year by year. That also doesn’t take into account all the different avenues of contact that students now have to reach their instructors outside of class. Jack Wilson, a communications instructor at Algonquin College and vice-president of OPSEU local 415, said that when he started teaching in 1983 he didn’t have his own phone. Now his students can reach him with e-mail, voicemail and on the phone. While this is better for students, it means more work for instructors who have to take time out of their schedules to answer follow up questions and advise on projects. Some will say this is simply part of their job, but as class sizes have grown, so have time demands. Workload was an issue in the 2004 negotiations. It was also an issue in 2006, the last time faculty walked out. How is it still an issue after a provincially-mandated task force got together in 2006 to make recommendations around that same issue? The college has said they are willing to make special arrangements for faculty that teach more than 260 students. Wilson said this only impacts about five per cent of instructors. We find this latest “final offer,” from the colleges inadequate and urge faculty to vote no. Such a rejection may delay learning, but it will also mean students get a better education in the long run.

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Parliament should honour all veterans Open letter to MP Pierre Poilievre While I appreciate the recognition of those that this medal was recently issued to, I, as are many thousands of other veterans are still wondering if their own contributions and service to our nation since 1947 will ever be recognized by the nation they volunteered to protect. The proposed Governor General’s Volunteer Service Medal petition has now been read in the House of Commons 12 times and thousands more Canadians have added their names in support. The online petition continues to grow with hundreds more signatures since the start of the new year. Thousands of veterans that have served with digni-


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ty, courage, conviction and honour since 1947 and there are thousands of them that, on Nov. 11, once again stood “medal-less”among their comrades on Remebrance Day. Why? Our ancestors of yestercentury were honoured with a volunteer service medal. As recently as midNovember, yet another petition was read in the House and if one were to go to the online GGVSM Petition website and read the comments and views of Canadians, it becomes clear that Canadians – thousands of them – are wondering why we are forgetting our veterans that have served from 1947 to the end of the 20th century. Doug Munroe, the zone commander for the Royal

Canadian Legion in the Ottawa, zone G5 and a member of the Legion branch in Barrhaven, in your riding. Doug is a Canadian sailor that served at sea, in the Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean Sea during the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Soviet naval blockade. Comrade Doug is just one of thousands of veterans that voluntarily served with pride and honour, yet he is one of our medal-less veterans. The creation and issuance of the GGVSM to veterans such as comrade Doug would bring back the dignity to these forgotten veterans. Comrade Doug was once again on parade Nov.11, and he took his place with his comrades, but he stood there bare-chested, not wearing one single Cana-

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The Royale Equestrian Centre will host Heart For Haiti on Saturday, Feb. 13, in an effort to raise funds for the Salvation Army’s Haiti disaster relief fund. The centre will offer pony rides, sleigh rides and sliding in addition to a silent auction in an effort to raise funds for disaster relief in Haiti. “Thousands of Haitians have died and

millions require disaster assistance� says Dawn Patterson, owner of the Royale Equestrian Centre. “This event strikes very close to home as my son-in-law is Haitian. We simply felt compelled to open our facility and our hearts to help earthquake victims in this way.� Heart For Haiti runs Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. at the Royale Equestrian Centre, 2191 Woodroffe Ave. (Woodroffe & Fallowfield).


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“For too long, Bells Corners has been a place to drive through. Today, we begin the process to make it a place to drive to.” That’s how College Ward Councillor Rick Chiarelli kicked off the first ever Annual General Meeting of the Bells Corners Business Improvement Association (BIA) this morning at Local Heroes restaurant in the heart of the Bells Corners commercial strip. The launch of the BIA is the product of three years of hard work by Chiarelli and business community leaders after Bells Corners was moved into College Ward and under Chiarelli’s jurisdiction right after the most recent municipal election. Most wanted improvement because of the eyesores. “The rundown and abandoned buildings like The Vox, the former Dairy Queen and the former Hooters helped to focus the minds of area business leaders, but the problem is much worse than that,” the Councillor explained, “I went on a photo tour of the area and photographed a total of 17 empty, borded-up storefronts, crumbling sidewalks, scruffy properties, poor pedestrian and bike access and no coherent concept for the area.” Chiarelli’s office set out to fix many of the problems. He has recruited new hotels to the area to meet the strip’s new focus

which the Councillor says must be “hospitality.” He also secured funding for a complete sidewalk replacement program for the strip which was completed only weeks ago. But the job couldn’t be done fully without a solid partnership with the crucial business community. Chiarelli personally visited most of the strip’s 400 businesses. Information packages were sent to all. A series of information meetings were held and finally, last fall, a formal BIA Steering Committee was formed. Chaired by Mark Kosmos and boasting members like Jim Sourges (owner of the Electrical and Plumbing Store) and Mark Kantor (owner of The Butchery), the group worked with Chiarelli to plow through the array of legislative requirements leading to Council approval of a Statutory Survey in December 2009. Under the law, once Council has approved a Statutory Survey, a BIA is formed unless 30 per cent of businesses object - in the end, only four did. Chiarelli says a number of challenges await him and the fledgeling organization. The City has identified Bells Corners as next on the priority list for a Community Design Plan which could redefine the area from a traffic and secondary plan perspective. The Bellwood Mobile Home Park is on the verge of returning to the status of a secure home for trailer park residents as long as the property behind it

is developed in a manner friendly to residents and businesses of Bells Corners. As one of Ottawa’s only truly sustainable walking communities - you can walk to virtually anything from anywhere in the neighbourhood - the new BIA hopes to partner with residents to take advantage of synergies. Chiarelli has already been in discussions with area community representatives and these talks have produced great ideas. “We plan to have a bike exchange program that will let hotel visitors grab a bike and take advantage of bike paths through the nearby Greenbelt and even to bike tour their way to Parliament Hill or Bluesfest”, he said. Chiarelli also invited to this morning’s event the renowned mural artist responsible for many of the works in Westboro and at CHEO. Steve Sammon also just happens to be a Bells Corners resident and he will help the BIA Board come up with plans for new branding of the area. The Board of the new BIA, as elected this morning, includes Jim Sourges, Mark Kosmos, Dean Basilas, Sam Saikali, Mike Wolynice, Chris Foley, Kevin Delaire and Betty Montsko. Rick Chiarelli closed off the meeting by saying: “In addition to all of this, there are many surprises coming to Bells Corners. All of those people who were LET’S MAKE CANCER HISTORY quietly asking for change will For information about cancer, services or to make a donation 1-888-939-3333 soon by beaming with pride.”



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Bells Corners annual BIA general meeting


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The first ever elected board for the Bells Corners Business Improvement Area from left Chris Foley, Mike Wolynice, Betty Montsko, Jim Sourges, and Dean Basilas in the front rows with Councillor Rick Chiarelli and Kevin Delaire in the back row. Not shown: Mark Kosmos.

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Visit our web-site at to register and pay on line or download a registration form and mail or drop it off with payment to our second floor office. Our locked mailbox is accessible Monday to Friday 10 am to midnight and weekends 7:00 am to midnight. Make cheque payable to Kanata Soccer. Consistent with our values of inclusiveness, Kanata Soccer has a program to help those who cannot afford the registration fees for youth programming. For information on our subsidy program, please speak in confidence with our General Manager, Shelley Goertzen, at 613-836-5787 x 221. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2010.

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Insurance Fraud is not a victimless crime, we all pay the price for others’ greed; insurance fraud costs our economy billions of dollars annually, and results in increased premiums, higher taxes, and reduced benefits for all. Fraudulent claims account for a significant portion of all claims received by insurers, and according to both the Insurance Information Institute (2001) and Insurance Research Council (1996), costs the economy billions of dollars annually. The varieties of insurance fraud are diverse, and have negative impacts on every sector of the economy. Insurance crimes also range in severity, from exaggerated claims to deliberate destruction of property. Fraudulent activities affect the lives of innocent people, through accidental or purposeful injury and damage, which leads to higher insurance premiums. Insurance fraud poses a very significant problem, and governments and other organizations are focusing efforts to deter such activities. Insurance Fraud varies in scope from neighbors committing false claims, to million dollar fraud committed within

large businesses. A more proactive and organized approach has been necessary to effectively deter fraudsters and their negative impact on our economy. With feedback and direction from special investigation units, was launched, an online hub for the public to report any form of insurance fraud, which is directed to the appropriate insurance company and investigative units. It is up to the public to participate and help stop those who make others lives’ harder through their greed and dishonesty, and now there is a central hub to report it. The detection of insurance fraud generally occurs in two steps. The first step is to identify suspicious claims that have a higher possibility of being fraudulent. This can be done by analysis by claims adjusters or through the reporting of suspicious activity by the public. Due to the sheer number of claims submitted each day, it would be far too expensive and labour intensive for insurance companies to have employees check each claim thoroughly for symptoms of fraud, which is why public reports are so vital. The hub connects fraud reports with those who have the power to stop it.

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The Nepean petite A provincial ringette team has been collecting bottles and cans as part of a fundraising event. Your donations will go towards Haitian relief efforts being carried out by the Canadian Red Cross. Thank you for your support; it is very much appreciated.for Haitian relief.


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Don’t let New Year’s resolutions slip through your fingers Quitters can stay motivated with the Driven to Quit Challenge SPECIAL TO THIS WEEK The Canadian Cancer Society recognizes that quitting tobacco use can be difficult and is continuing to offer quitters an incentive to keep up their motivation. Many people have slips after making a New Year’s resolution to quit smoking. The Canadian Cancer Society Driven to Quit Challenge aims to support quitters and inspire them to keep trying, even after a slip. The Driven to Quit Challenge is designed to motivate smokers to make a quit attempt and stay smoke-free during the month March for their chance to win. The challenge is open to adult Ontarians who are tobacco users. Participants must sign up with a support buddy and those who have quit smoking or tobacco use since Jan. 1, 2010, can also enter. Entrants who pledge to quit smoking this March in the challenge have the chance to win a 2010 Ford Escape hybrid, one of two $5,000 CAA vacation getaways and one of seven regional prizes. Registration is open until 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 28 at or until 9 p.m. by calling the Canadian Cancer Society Smokers’ Helpline at 1-877-513-5333. The Canadian Cancer Society Smokers’ Helpline is a free, confidential ser-

vice that provides personalized support, advice and information about quitting smoking and tobacco use. The service is available in English and French at 1877-513-5333 and online at Quit Specialists can assist clients with creating a personalized quit plan and getting back on track if they have not been successful in a New Year’s quit attempt. “We talk to many entrants who are doing a test run in early February to ensure that they can stay smoke-free for the month of March,” says Lori Risch, team lead quit specialist at the Canadian Cancer Society Smokers’ Helpline. “For many, the challenge plays a significant role in their motivation to stay smoke-free.” The Driven to Quit Challenge is hosted by the Canadian Cancer Society, Ontario Division, in collaboration with local public health departments across the province. The Canadian Cancer Society is a national community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. When you want to know more about cancer, visit or call the bilingual Cancer Information Service, toll-free, at 1-888-939-3333.


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The OSU Force 97 U13 boys are this years provincial indoor champions SPECIAL TO THIS WEEK OSU boys crowned as new provincial indoor champions. The OSU Force 97 U13 Boys traveled to the Soccer Centre in Vaughan, Ontario eager to compete in the Ontario Indoor Cup Championships on January 30, 31. After training hard all winter season, the team came out strong and well prepared to face teams from other Ontario districts. The opening game had the boys playing against a strong Ajax Spurs team but not strong enough to hold back the scoring power of the Force’s offence. With a decisive 6-1 win the boys were off to a great start. The boys continued their excellent style of play in the second match against the displaced Sault Cruzll Eagles sending them home with a 16-0 loss. The third game proved to be more of what the team expected from the Toronto area competition. The Brampton Blast came out very strong raising the level of play, but the Force’s defensive playing ability stepped up to the challenge and lead them to a nail biting 2-1 victory. On day two, the Force once again with its undeniable skills, scored a big win in the semi-final, defeating Erin Mills Storming Eagles 5-0.

The U13 Boys Final started with a high level of intensity with both teams well matched, driven, and hungry for victory. The Force fought hard to overcome the challenges that the very tough and physical Dixie team presented. Through hard work and determination, OSU scored their first goal of the game on a give and go shot to the top corner, scored by Kristopher Twardek, assisted by Samuel Lowery. Dixie then responded with a goal, tying the game at the end of the first half. Submitted photo Both teams showed passion as OSU boys pose with their medals after winning the provincial indoor championship Jan. 30-31. they continued to push for the 367090 advantage. The hard work paid off for the Force with Charles Andrascik scoring the second goal to take the lead. Dixie kept challenging but OSU held their ground winning the Final Game 2-1 and taking hold of the title Provincial Champion. Throughout the tournament the boys remained focused, worked hard, and displayed many of the qualities that make up a championship team. The team and Head Coach Abraham Osman represented the OSU club very well and received many compliments from the spectators including opposing team’s parents and coaches. Congratulations to Coach Abe and our Force 97 boys on this wonderful accomplishment and a great start to the year!

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Galley winds up from the blue line to take a shot for meningitis awareness JENNIFER MCINTOSH

Garry Galley, former NHL defenseman, Nepean Raiders coach and currrent analyst of Hockey Night in Canada, was at the game to raise awareness for meningitis. “As a coach of young hockey players, I can tell you how important it is to raise Fans were lined up in the hallways at the Urbandale centre on Feb. 7 to get a chance awareness,” he said. “If you get them young, tell kids there are no sharsies, then you to see a different kind of hockey hero. can help to prevent the disease.” Galley said the issue touches home for him as his youngest son fell sick at the age of 5. “He went to bed with a sore neck and flu-like symptoms and in hours it was critical,” Galley said. “Meningitis was one of the diagnoses batted around while he was at CHEO.” Galley said his son didn’t have meningitis, but during the course of the awareness campaign he has heard about all kinds of cases with outcomes from neurological damage to death. Galley was there with Dr. Gary Garber, a physician and professor REGIONAL PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC at the University of Ottawa to hand out water bottes, promote the Menactra vaccine and give hockey health tips. Garber said that prevention is the key to fighting meningitis. “The vaccines can fights four of the major meningitis streams,” he said. “Getting the message out to get the vaccine is key.” Garber, a west end resident said that prevention is really the only CALL FOR DETAILS 278515 way to effectively fight the disease. Meningococcal meningitis is a serious baccterial infection that 1443 Woodroffe Ave. 363664 can be spread from one person to another with close contact, such as sharing water bottles or kissing. An average of four Canadians per week are infected with strains of the disease. The symptoms are often similar to the flu, but meningitis can progSaturday, February 20, 2010, 9:00 a.m. ress very rapidly and cause death in 24 to 48 hours.

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The Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is looking for homes for a new litter of puppies. Deadline for submissions is 10:30 Monday at 9:30 a.m. Call 613-221-6234 or email

Community Calendar • FEB. 13 People Meeting People Valentine’s Dance for singles 50+, takes place at the Carleton Heights Community Centre, 1665 Apeldoorn, time 8:00 p.m. to 12 a.m.. Appropriate dress/ no jeans. Come out and enjoy great music with door prizes and refreshments. For further information please call 613-825-7083 613-8257083 or 613-224-6805 613-224-6805 .

Freddy and the Flames - Live in Concert at the North Grenville Municipal Centre (Theatre), Kemptville. “Re-Energizing Rock & Roll from the 1950’s, One Hit at a Time.” The music of Elvis, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, and more! Showtime is 8:00 pm. Reserved seating is $25 in advance, or $30 at the door. Advance tickets are available at the Municipal Centre, Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm.

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West Ottawa Community Concerts present ‘The Gospel According to Saint Mark’ featuring professional actor Matthew Gibson at Saint Mark at Bells Corners United Church, 3955 Richmond Road at Moodie Drive at 2 p.m. Website: www.hopetheatre. com Tickets: $20 includes refreshments and decadent desserts. Information: 613-820-8103.

Drop by Nepean Museum and enjoy several fun family crafts and activities. Celebrate your family and learn about your ancestors by making creative family trees using a variety of materials and techniques. $2/participant.

Sunday Brunch Group for singles 50+ next brunch at Darcy McGee Restaurant, 360 Moodie Drive (Bells Corners) time 11:30am. For reservations and further information please call 613-825-7083 613-825-7083. Featuring live musical entertainment (Irish valley and traditional Irish), Breakfast is for all ages, and everyone is welcome! Adults: $5, Children $3. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Pancakes, Bacon, Sausages, Home Fries, Juice, Fruit, Tea/Coffee Live music, good food, and good company at an affordable price!

Join Nepean Museum from 1to 4 p.m. and celebrate Valentine’s Day with our Crafts for Cupid program. Enjoy some sweet treats while you create your own “one of kind” cards and keepsake boxes for your favourite sweetheart. Admission is free however donations are appreciated.

• FEB. 16 The Ottawa Women’s Canadian Club luncheon will be held 2010 at 12:30 p.m., in the Adam Room of the Fairmont Chateau Laurier. Isabel Metcalfe, Founding Chair of the Famous 5 Foundation (Ottawa), will be speaking on “The Famous 5: Celebrating Women as Nation Builders.” For luncheon tickets or membership information, please contact Monique Bertrand at 613-737-6075.

• FEB 18 The Nepean Horticultural Society! Guest Speaker: “Judy Fine” Topic: “Easy Flower Arranging”. Learn how to make a winning arrangement for our next show”! Thursday, 7:30 p.m., City View United Church, 6 Epworth Ave., Nepean. EVERYONE WELCOME. Non-members $4. Light refreshments. Information, 613829-7563.

• FEB. 19 Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind requires foster families to home a puppy in training. The puppy must

be welcomed as a member of the family, learning basic obedience and be introduced to a multitude of situations that will aid it in eventually becoming a working guide dog for the blind. An adult has to be home most of the day or have permission to take the dog to work with you. The foster family is responsible for training the dog obedience and socialization skills, working closely with a professional dog trainer from Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind. For the volunteer, it’s much like having your own puppy, but you must add specific commands and rules which are geared towards this puppy becoming a guide dog. It’s a long-term commitment of twelve to eighteen months, having the puppy accompany you almost everywhere you go, and adapting to the fact that the dog must be given back to enter into formal training at the end of the fostering stage. A large part of the reward is the chance for the puppy you raised to graduate as a working guide dog, to provide an incredible gift to a visually impaired person, and to have the opportunity to meet the person that the guide dog is matched with. Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind provides all food for the puppy and is responsible for all veterinary expenses. Attend an Information Session on Feb.19, March 5, or March 19, 2010. Registration is required. To register or to get more information, phone 613-692-7777 or email

• FEB. 20 Wear your hot pink leggings, tease your hair high and dance all not by “BRINGING BACK THE 80’S” for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The night features: Our very own Fantasia Diva, Yuk Yuk’s comedians, and pole dancing lessons! We have our own DJ and photographer. Tick-

ets are $40 (MUST BE 18 YRS OLD OR OVER) and must be purchased in advance by calling Wendy at 613791-9261 or email: This event is for ladies only and it will be a wild and crazy Girls Night Out!

• FEB. 21 For those who are new to the gluten-free diet, or who feel they need help in adjusting to life as celiacs, welcome to the Canadian Celiac Association Ottawa Chapter Recently Diagnosed meetings. The next meeting takes place at Riverside Churches of Ottawa 3191 Riverside Drive at 7:15 p.m. For more information, email

Notre Dame-de-la-Providence, 1754 St. Joseph Blvd. Fri., 7:00 p.m. to Sunday lunch. Cost $185. Info & registration: Reta Hamilton (613-8382401) or or• March 9 Cleaning without chemicals: The March meeting of the Bells Corners Christian Women Club is admission is $4 or $1 for first timers. Free child care available, for reservations, call: 613-721-1257 or 613-829-2063.

• MARCH 14

“Raising Healthy Kids in a Toxic World: Natural approaches to eczema, asthma and allergies” at 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. courtesy of Dovercourt Community Centre, 411 Dovercourt Avenue. Mother of two children with allergies Hilary Kemsley, a natural health and nutrition consultant, will offer prescription-free, safe and organic alternatives to alleviating childhood eczema, asthma and allergies. For further information please contact: www.hilary-kemsley.

At 2:30 pm Matthew Larkin assembles the dramatis personae for a rare presentation of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. Joining the 110-voice Ottawa Choral Society will be the Christ Church Cathedral Boys Choir; his Toronto-based professional chamber choir, The Larkin Singers; a cast of six of this generation’s most gifted early music specialists; two prominent organists; and a double orchestra composed of the leading musicians of the Ottawa Music Company. The performance, in the acoustically splendid St. Joseph’s Church, will be a major event in Ottawa’s choral calendar — a performance for which listeners should brace themselves for a harrowing emotional and spiritual journey.

• FEB. 23


Winter Propagation workshop, 7 to 9 p.m. Learn how to take and care for winter cuttings and how to start trees, shrubs and perennials from seed. Building 72, Arboretum, Central Experimental Farm. Cost $15. For more information or to register, call 613-230-3276, or email info@ friendsof

Start Your New Year with a University Bridging Course! Out of school for some time? Want to study at university? Register now for courses starting Jan. 25 and 26. Bridging courses are low cost, non-credit, and 3 hours week for 13 weeks. As well as studying a topic, practice reading, writing, and testing skills. A grade of ‘B’ or better may qualify mature students (21 years and over) for admission to a Bachelor of Arts at Carleton. www. 613-520-2600 ext. 3740

• FEB 25

• MARCH 5 Silent Weekend Retreat: Listening to the Daily News with a Contemplative Heart. Leader: Rev. Glenda Meakin.


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If you are an outgoing, service oriented individual with a professional attitude we welcome you to apply for the following positions for the upcoming golf season: • Cooks, kitchen staff, beverage cart servers • Tournament Organizer • Pro shop assistants, driving range/cart pen maintenance, player’s assistants • Assistant Superintendent, course maintenance, day & night watermen – general equipment maintenance would be an asset. All positions are seasonal, full or part time. Experience is an asset but not essential. Interviews begin the ďŹ rst week in March. Only those being considered for the positions will be contacted. 1717 Bear Hill Rd. Carp, Ontario K0A 1L0 Email: Fax: (613) 839-7773 CL18501

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Responsibilities: • Provide customer service on behalf of the Canadian Wildlife Federation by responding in both official languages to calls regarding donations for the different promotions, as well as taking orders from customers. • Maintain database of constituent requests. • Respond to all correspondence pertaining to promotional items requested, payments not received or acknowledgement in regards to problem solving for the customer. Qualification: • Good communication skills both verbal and written • Computer literate • Accuracy and attention to detail is essential • Ability to work independently • Good organizational skills • Knowledge of Raisers Edge 7 is an asset • Bilingualism in both official languages Applications should be forwarded to by Friday, February 26, 2010.


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ADULT, YOUTH CARRIERS needed for weekly paper delivery. Earn some extra money. Please contact: paula.clarke

We are looking for an energetic, motivated and progressive Human Resources Specialist to join our administration team in Renfrew. Previous work experience and education in human resources are requirements. Bilingualism is considered an asset.


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DRYWALL-INSTALLER TAPING & REPAIRS. Framing, electrical, full custom basement renovations. Installation & stippled ceiling repairs. 25 years experience. Workmanship guaranteed. Chris, 613-839-5571 or 613724-7376

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HOUSE CLEANING Company presently seeking supervisormanager, full-time. Must have car. $11.00/hour + $250/month car allowances. 613-860-0436. Career and franchise opportunities available.

LOOKING FOR A FULL TIME Class A Technician, Ford Experience an asset. Please drop off all resumes to McAllister Ford (Arnprior).

E X P E R I E N C E D BACKHOE OPERATOR AND FOREPERSON required immediately. Must be able to run a minimum 3-man crew. WHMIS, Fall Protection, Confined Space certificates, clean AZ-DZ Driver’s License and a Drivers Abstract required. Starting Salary $20.00/hr. Phone 613-223-2303 or Fax Resume to: 613-839-7415 HOSPITALITY

LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED Automotive Parts, Service Warranty Clerk. Full time position available, drop off resume to McAllister Ford (Arnprior). OTTAWA’S Largest Lawn and Property Maintenance Company pays $120-$360 DAILY for outdoor Spring/Summer work. Hiring honest, competitive, and energetic individuals to fill our various 2010 positions. Apply online @ www.Spring

RETIRED MAN wanted for minor maintenance on Office Building in Barrhaven. Call 613-271-1752 SIDING INSTALLERS required in Calgary for new construction. Top rates and year round work. Truck and tools required. Phone Al@ TrendSetter Exteriors (403) 984-6276 TRAIN FOR AN EXCITING CAREER. Become a dental hygienist in 18 months. Accredited through CDAC. Call today: 6 1 3 - 7 2 6 - 2 6 4 4

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OZ Optics is currently seeking to fill the following positions: MARKETING & SALES POSITION – CHINA Position Summary: • This position will be based in Beijing, China, after a few months of training in Ottawa, Canada. • The successful candidate will hold responsibilities for various sales and marketing duties for the Beijing, China-based subsidiary of OZ Optics Limited and report to the General Manager, Beijing OZ Fiber Optics. • Sales responsibilities include generating sales leads, following up with existing customers and potential new customers, preparing customer quotations and securing customer purchase orders. Marketing responsibilities include increasing the recognition of the OZ brand within the China market, as well as increasing OZ’s market share in China. You will formulate and implement corporate and customer communications plans including but not limited to advertising, direct marketing programs, event management, print and production of marketing materials. You possess strong written and verbal communication skills in both Chinese and English, good knowledge and understanding of the entire communications process specific to the China market and are a results-oriented individual. Experience & Education: • 2-5 years prior experience working in a Sales and Marketing role in China. Prior experience launching new products and a new brand in China would be an asset. An undergraduate degree/diploma in marketing or business, with emphasis in marketing is required. ACCOUNTANT/OFFICE MANAGER – CHINA OPERATIONS Position Summary: • This position will be based in Beijing, China, after a few months of training in Ottawa, Canada. • The successful candidate will handle all the accounting, bookkeeping and record-keeping functions of our China subsidiary. This will include various aspects of the Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable functions for the China Company. They will also be involved in financial statement preparation, preparing journal entries, completing account reconciliations, the preparation of payroll and various financial analysis. • In addition, the successful candidate will fulfill the duties of Office Manager. In this capacity, they will handle day-to-day office matters, handle various administrative duties and other office tasks as they may arise. • Must be a team player and possess a strong work ethic, have a strong attention to detail and be able to meet tight deadlines. Experience: • Prior experience working as an Accountant or bookkeeper in China is a must. Must possess strong knowledge of Chinese accounting practices. • In addition, prior experience working as an Accountant or bookkeeper in North America would move you to the top of the candidate list. • Prior experience handling various general business and office matters and administrative duties is required, preferably with some experience handling these responsibilities in a Chinese company. • Experience working with PC-based computing systems and MS-Office tools (Word and Excel) is necessary. Prior experience working with ERP-based accounting systems would be an asset. RECEPTIONIST Typical Duties: • Answer main switchboard. Maintain system speed dials and phone directory. Prepare and initiate holiday messages on main switchboard. Issue and log visitor badges. Prepare outgoing mail. Open and distribute incoming mail. Back up for front office Admin. Perform other assigned duties as determined by senior management. Experience: Education: • At least 1 years previous experience in answering • Secondary School Diploma. • Additional courses in telephone etiquette switchboard for company with 100+ employees. • Experience in Office Administration a must. and interpersonal skills, an asset.

Interested candidates may submit their resumes to: OZ Optics 219 Westbrook Road, Ottawa, ON K0A 1L0 Attention: Human Resources or by fax to 613-831-2151 or by e-mail to For more information, visit Or drop resume off at the OZ Optics Reception Desk

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If you’re seeking a challenging career, look no further than one of the nation’s most innovative media companies. Join other talented people like you. Whether you’re a recent grad, or already have work experience, we may have the right opportunity for you. We are a Dynamic Media Company delivering vital business and community information to millions of readers across Ontario each week. Metroland, Ontario’s largest and most successful community newspaper publisher provides local news and advertising media/info in Canada’s heartland. We currently publish 97 community newspapers with a total of 143 editions that are concentrated in southern Ontario from Niagara to Ottawa. The Sales department has an immediate opening for the positions of Inside and Classified Sales Representative in our Nepean Office. Position Accountabilities: • Identify prospects, cold calling, and early relationship management of local retail clients. • Ownership of a specific territory with an aim to maximizing revenue potential Develop and build strong relationships via telephone with local retail clients • Develop contracts and campaigns that will deliver optimum ROI to clients • Respond promptly to sales enquiries, and follow up to ensure that complete information has been received • Generate insertion orders and follow up with clients for signatures • Request and follow up with credit applications • Ensure that campaigns are live based on requested launch date • Analyze campaign objectives vs. performance data, and identify strategies for maximizing campaign ROI • Provide clients with reports as requested • Contact advertisers regarding campaign optimization, growth strategies and opportunities • Expand knowledge and provide insight of the online advertising industry to your client base, including online advertising trends, technologies and strategies • Achieve a level of excellence and act as an ambassador of the brands your represent About You:


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Photo by Jennifer McIntosh

Teams lined up to race for Kiwanis on the Rideau Canal on Feb. 6. The event raised $40,000 this year. This The Lanark Highlands youth centre was one of the participants during Halsall Associates team goes after the top spot during the semi-finals. the bed races.



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