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> Dalton McBride, 16, drafted by OHL’s Kitchener Rangers Pg. 5 > Leak necessitates Main St. closure Pg. 3 > Lincoln Fire Dept. gives out awards Pg. 7 > Unique bike rodeo set for TVPS Tuesday Pg. 9 Thursday, April 12, 2018 Vol. 6 Issue 49

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Grimsby Firefighter Association members took to several locations on Saturday, March 31, for their annual boot drive. Proceeds went to Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart Program for local initiatives and to help an area family with an accessibility lift for a child with cerebral palsy. Sonny and Helen Sauchuk were happy to help ‘fill the boot’ for firefighters (from left) Mike Chrystian, Chris Decker, Ryan Kucharuk and Ryan Newton. McDonald - Photo

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The Kinette Club of Grimsby is taking orders for its annual rain barrel sale. Barrels are $55 and can be picked up Saturday, May 5, at 235 Woolverton Rd. Call 905-865-8523 to place your order. There will be a very limited number available that day without pre-ordering, but plan ahead to avoid disappointment. Funds raised will support various community groups.

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Elvis will make an appearance at next Thursday’s, April 19, Spring Luncheon at the Activity Centre. Cost is $18 for members, $21 non-members. Door prizes and more. Call 905-309-2075 to book.

Grimsby moves to electronic tenders By Mike Williscraft NewsNow Grimsby’s bids and tenders process will be brought into compliance with a national trade agreement after Finance Committee authorized proceeding with a contract for a new e-bidding system on Monday night. The motion will still need to be ratified by town council this Monday, April 16. The new system will lead to online-only bids to the town for procure-

ments over $100,000. The Town must provide this service under Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA), the Ontario-Quebec Trade and Cooperation Agreement, and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). “What it basically means is that, once it’s fully implemented, the Town will only post its tenders, RFPs, etc. online and vendors must submit their bids online,” said Steve Grun-

inger, Grimsby’s director of finance. He said several benefits will result: • Improve vendor access to bid opportunities • Reduce and/or eliminate bid irregularities and the need to reject non-compliant bids • Reduce administration and processing time spent on manual bid administration tasks • Simplify and automate the bid and addendum notification process • Reduce the overall environmental impact of

a paper based bidding processes • Reduce risk of exposure to litigation • Improve the tracking of contracts and insurance certificates • Improve tracking of vendor performance • Improve and simplify the RFP evaluation process, and; • Maintain compliance with trade agreements (i.e. CFTA and CETA). There is no cost to the Town as bidders will pay a one-time or membership fee to allow access.

“We’ll roll this out slowly to different departments within the Town. The public works department will require the most work to initially setup – setting up templates for materials and quantities,” said Gruninger. “There are a few municipalities within the Region that have moved in this direction and most recently, Niagara Falls and the Region have signed up with the bids and tenders product.”


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Catch the Ace Lottery from Royal Canadian Legion branch 127 Grimsby. Starts April 12. and the new jackpot amount is $1584 cards remaining. Everyone welcome. Legion Br. 393 Smithville - April 2018. Events. Tues Fri Free Pool 2-5 pm. Tues. Cribbage 2-4 pm. Wed. Fun Dart Night 7 pm. Thurs. Euchre 2-4 pm. Thurs. 12th and 24th BINGO 6 pm. Fri. 13th Movie Night 6:30 to 8:30. No Idea Band Sat. April 14th 8.30 pm $10 per person (Tickets at the bar) 17th Annual Roy Ballantyne Cherity Classic Fishing Derby. Sat. 28th Tickets at bar $10. Sat. 28Th. Candy bar Bingo (Kids & adults 10am11am. Sun. 29th Monthly Breakfast (8-Noon) everybody welcome. Therapy Tales. April 13th from 6PM to 7PM at Smithville Branch of West Lincoln Public Library. Stressed? Need a snuggle? Want to practice your reading skills? Pups from Therapy Dogs Niagara are here to help! Free.                  Trivia Night - Apr 13 at 7 PM. GSS rowing Team is having Trivia Night. $20 doors open at 6:30, Trivia at 7PM in the GSS Cafeteria (5 Bolton Ave., Grimsby). For tickets contact sandra.coppinger@dsbn.org. Bonus Prize for best dressed “Friday the 13th” table. BDSS Trivia Night Fundraiser, POP CULTURE EDITION, April 13, Doors Open @ 6:30pm Trivia Begins @ 7:00pm Cost is $20 per person Team is 8 people for $160. Event Licensed. email k e l l y. b o l i b r u c k @ d s b n . org to reserve your spot Artist Workshop – April 13 &14 Watercolour Rooftops

with Debra Tate-Sears at Grimsby Pumphouse. Debra, a traditional landscape artist will use a limited palette with pale washes, building upon transparent layers to a desired intensity and detail. Grimsby LPAA/ GPAG Members $90; Nonmembers $100. For registration see www.grimsbylpaa.org/Workshops Makerspace @ The Library: Little Bits Creations. April 14th from 2PM to 3PM at Smithville branch of West Lincoln Public Library. Make it move and more with LittleBits magnetic circuits, we will show you how circuits work and build some cool, movable, noisy creations. $2 per person. Registration is required. Electronic Re-cycling in Parking lot of St-Joseph Church April 13-14 from 9am to 5pm and April 15 from 2pm to 4pm. Drop off your old electronics. Pick-up for larger items is available on Sat. April 14 (only) call 905-309-0624. Proceeds to Grimsby Habitat for Humanity. Hosted by Lady of the Lake Council 4917 Knights if Columbus. LEGO at the Library - Apr. 14th between 10AM and 4PM at Caistorville branch of West Lincoln Public Library. Come & get creative with LEGO at the library! Free. Lincoln Mom to Mom Spring Sale. April 14, from 9 am to noon. Takes place at Great Lakes Christian High School in Beamsville. Free admission and parking. Cash only. Tables start at $25. For inquires email momtomomsalelincoln@ yahoo.com. Facebook: https://www.facebook . com/lincolnmomtomom/.

History Comes Alive as Live History Pays a Visit to Stoney Creek, Ontario! By Jeremy Jagusch. Apri.14th - 15th, 12 and 2pm. The Round Table”, interactive escape room theatre event at the Erland Lee Museum, Stoney Creek Books Wanted - CFUW Grimsby will hold its Annual Book Sale which supports its Scholarship Fund on Sat. Apr.14. Please save books to be donated to us at the Activity Centre Apr. 13 from 9 am-4 pm. Trinity United Church, 4287 William Street in Beamsville invite you to attend a gathering on Tues. April 17th at 7 pm. Lawyer Cathy Olsiak will provide information and lead us in a discussion about the Legal Aspects of Aging.  This is a free community event and a brief reception will follow.  If you require more information, please contact the church office at 905-563-4943. National Canadian Film Day - April 18th at all branches of West Lincoln Public Library.Join your fellow Canadians in theatres, libraries, schools, public squares and driveins across the country as we celebrate our nation’s cinema on National Canadian Film Day. Check our website for times and films showing at each branch. Elvis Willk Be In The Building - at the Grimsby Seniors Spring Luncheon Apr. 19 at the Livingston Activity Centre 18 Livingston Avenue Grimsby. From 12 to 3pm Members $18:00 Non-Members $21:00. For tickets please call 905-3092075. 10th Annual Earth Day

Charity Shred. Fri. Apr. 20th from 9:30am to 1:30pm at 4264 Bartlett Rd, Beamsville. National Records Management invites everyone, individuals & small businesses alike to destroy your confidential documents securely. All proceeds go to Niagara West Community Garden Collective Soup & Sandwich Friday – Apr. 20 11 AM – 2 PM at Smithville Presbyterian Church $10pp. Preorders taken, call 905-957-2020 or 905-957-7534. Bake table and craft table Lincoln Garden Club meets Apr. 21, 2018 at 9:30 am for coffee & goodies with meeting commencing at 10:00 am. Question & Answer session with our Master Gardeners for all the answers you would like to your gardening problems. Bring your own mug. Meeting at the Vineland Research Centre, Rittenhouse Hall, 4890 Victoria Ave. N. Vineland Station, L0R 2E0. Visitors Welcome. Understanding Stray Voltage & Industrial Wind Turbines. Free information event with interactive panel discussion. April 21 from 1pm to 5pm at the Convenenat Christian School, 6470 Reg. Rd. 14 in Smithville. Dining option is alavailable at 6pm for $20/plate. E-mail strayvoltagedinner@gmail. com or 905-562-7159. “Warp, Weft, What?” Sat. Apr. 21st: Create a woven bookmark to mark your place in your current favourite book! 10:00am to Noon, cost is $25. To preregister, please contact the Erland Lee Museum (552 Ridge Rd, Stoney Creek) by calling 905-662-2691 or erlandleehome@fwio.on.ca.

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Dalton McBride drafted by Kitchener Rangers Dalton McBride of Grimsby will be off on a hockey adventure when he heads to the Kitchener Rangers’ rookie camp April 20. McBride was a 5th round, 97th overall, pick of the Rangers in this past Saturday’s Ontario Hockey League draft. The 16-year-old goaltender has played 15 games this season with Niagara North Stars AAA earning a 1.68 goals against average and posting three shutouts. He got his start playing Novice AE in Grimsby Minor Hockey Association. McBride has been

DALTON McBRIDE to OMHA’s seven times earning four bronze medals, two silver and one gold as well as a silver at provincials. The Grimsby Secondardy School student will attend the Rangers’ rookie camp and, with a good showing, could be invited to main camp in August.

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Grimsby Historical Society will cover “Beaches, Bakeries & Banks” at its April 18 meeting set for 7:30 p.m. at the Carnegie Building. As well, a celebration of Wayzgoose (or wayz-goose, waygoose or wayzegoose) approaches. It marked the traditional end of summer and the start of the season of working by candlelight. Later, the word came to refer to an annual outing and dinner for the staff of a printing works or the printers on a newspaper. Wayzgoose in Grimsby was created by long time Grimsby resident Bill Poole as a communal gathering of like-minded artisans and has grown annually to an exhibition of the craft of bookmaking. Bill’s dedication to the art and craft of print inspired many local craftspeople to join him in the creation of the Mackenzie Heritage Printery Museum in Queenston. Grimsby resident Ron Shroder, chair of the now renamed Mackenzie Printer and Newspaper Museum, will offer a perspective of the origins of the Grimsby Wayzgoose, the museum in Queenston and the personalities and Grimsby businesses that have existed during more than two centuries of Niagara print history. On Saturday April 28, the 40th edition of this popular celebration of the bookmaker’s arts will take place at the Grimsby Art Gallery next to the Carnegie Building.


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The Syndicate manager Erik Falk and chef Josh Berry with a charcuterie platter. parents come. There “We’ll get back to are also wine features. the Thursdays with live Those are Monday- music on the patio. Thursday,” said Falk. That is very popular,” Like many, Falk, too, he added, noting May is looking forward to will bring a revampedpatio season. spring menu.

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helmet fit, bike safety, traffic safety, and rules of the road. This will include cycling games and riding skill development. Bike mechanic volunteers will check the safety of bikes and do minor repairs. Instructors will inspect the condition of the student’s helmets and other safety gear. The event runs Tues-

day, April 17 from 8:40 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at TVPS, 4057 Victoria Avenue, Vineland. “Our goal is to teach children ages 9 – 11 the skills and knowledge they need to safely operate their bicycles on the roadway. We believe when children become confident in their own cycling abilities they are more inclined

Peninsula Players

(Just west of Casablanca Blvd.)

www.grimsbychrysler.com

905.945.9606 • www.grimsbychrysler.com

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Inaugural bike rodeo set for Twenty Valley PS Heart Niagara and Rotary Club of Lincoln are teaming up to host at bike rodeo at Twenty Valley Public School which will be the first of its kind in the area. Certified CAN-BIKE instructors (Canada’s leading cycling education program) will teach cycling safety such as hand signals, required safety gear, bicycle/

421 South Service Road, Grimsby

to embrace cycling as a lifelong form of physical activity for recreation and transportation,” said Mike Hahn, an event volunteer.

paperwork solutions plus Can help you manage your paperwork

• Personal Income Tax Preparation • Small Business Bookkeeping

Text: 905-975-8020

Email: carolgallino48@gmail.com • Phone: 905-945-0922

presents

Community Theatre Company Entertaining Niagara Since 1982

The Ghost in the Meadow FINAL WEEKEND! an old fashioned thriller!

Call the Box Office to reserve your seats! 905-309-6358 Evening Performances: April 13 & 14 at 8 P.M. Sunday Matinee: April 15 at 2 P.M.

Ticket Prices: Adult $17 Seniors & Students $15

JOANNE BARADZIE

Open House SUNDAY, APRIL 29 • 1 - 4 PM Is it time to consider RETIREMENT LIVING? Learn how a Chartwell Retirement Residence can make your life BETTER.

GARDEN CITY REALTY INC., BROKERAGE

Sales Representative

All shows are performed at Memory Hall - Trinity United Church, Grimsby

www.peninsulaplayersgrimsby.com

CHARTWELL ORCHARDS 3421 Frederick Avenue, Vineland 289-438-2543 • CHARTWELL.COM

April showers bring May mortgage deals!

Refinance your mortgage for free when you apply for a new 10-year fixed term mortgage, currently priced at 4.09%. Do you need to consolidate your credit card and other high-interest debt, and you can’t wait until your mortgage renews? Call me to discuss your early-renewal and refinance options. You may qualify to refinance without having to pay any legal & appraisal fees. This represents a savings of over $1500! Or, just looking to renew your mortgage, and you don’t want additional funds? Ask about our 10-year fixed-term mortgage-transfer rate, currently priced at 3.89% (On approved credit. Rate subject to change without notice. Please note, this promotion is only offered on mortgage amounts of $300,000 or greater. Other terms and conditions apply. Call for complete details. Offer can be cancelled at any time, without notice.)

For tickets & information contact the Livingston Activity Centre office: 905-309-2075

Margo Wynhofen, B.A.Econ., CPMB Principal Broker Verico

One Mortgage

Corp.

Each Verico Broker is an Independent owner operator ™ Trademarket of Vercio Financial Group Inc.

Verico One Mortgage Corp. FSCO Licencer #10460

7 Livingston Avenue, Grimsby, ON. L3M 1K4 Tel: 905.309.8850 Toll -Free 866.864.9595 Fax: 866.210.3533 www.mymortgageadvisor.ca

Join the Beamsville Lions Club

for Breakfast

Sun. Apr. 15th, 2018 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 pm

All you can eat pancakes, bacon, sausages, French toast, scrambled eggs, fruit cup, juice, coffee or tea.

Adult $9.50 Children (6-12) $5.00 5 years & under free Location:

Lincoln Centre, 4351 Central Avenue Beamsville


$

2017

DODGE RAM 1500 SLT PLUS CREW CAB 4x4’s LOADED

421 South Service Road, Grimsby (just west of Casablanca Blvd.) •

39,995

00

Plus HST 2 to Choose

Grimsby Chrysler

421 South Service Road, Grimsby (Just west of Casablanca Blvd.)

www.grimsbychrysler.com

905.945.9606 • www.grimsbychrysler.com

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Max Meijer Sales Representative

Let Max help with your Real Estate needs

BUS: CELL:

905.945.1234 905.906.9374

maxmeijer@royallepage.ca

Helping is what we do

36 Main Street East, Grimsby, ON L3M 1M9

ANNOUNCEMENT

Grimsby Garden Club members spent a recent Saturday at Trillium Hill Greenhouses potting plants in preparation for this springs planting. On hand were: Front (L to R) Shirley Taylor, Liz Willson, Lauren Doig, Chris Isherwood and Frank Isherwood. Back: Donna McGlone, Jim Howden, John McGlone, Branka Radisic, Trillium Hill owner Dave Craig, Stephen Hargrove, Kathy Arntsen and Marilyn Cornwell.

Grimsby KIA is excited to announce that Brittany Augustine has joined our Sales team at Grimsby KIA. Brittany has worked locally in her previous career and resides in Grimsby. She would like to invite her past clients and friends to drop by for a coffee and visit her at Grimsby KIA.

GRIMSBY

435 South Service Road (Casablanca and QEW) Grimsby

www.grimsbykia.ca

K9 Kouture Grooming pet salon and spa

905-309-8898 1-855-343-5280

Chantal Cell: 905-309-0047 K9KoutureGrooming@cogeco.ca 45 Main Street W., Grimsby

A Division of K9 Professional Pet Sitting Services

Gardeners getting ready The gardening season starts early for Grimsby Garden Club members. Each year, volunteers spend a Saturday at Trillium Hill Greenhouses to prepare plants and seeds for planting season. The club uses the plants for many of the public gardens in the downtown.

petsnow

Beamsville 4 Paw Rescue Presents an ONLINE AUCTION

April 25th - May 8th

Your Trusted Local Jeweller

Proud to be the area’s preferred purveyor of quality fine jewelry.

Please visit www.beamsville4pawrescue.com or our Facebook Page

Village Inn Plaza, 63 Main St. West Grimsby, ON. • 905-945-0794 Village Square Plaza 249 St. Catharines St. Smithville, ON. • 905-957-6373

100% of all money collected goes towards saving animals in our rescue. For questions, donations or to help raise funds, please contact us at: info@beamsville4pawrescue.com

Luna

www.ruffinspet.com

The little clinic with a big heart

JulietRose Jewellers

Cherish Your Memory Forever 4970 King Street, Beamsville

289-432-1213

julietrose.jewellers@gmail.com www.julietrosejewellers.com

Spays and neuters Annual health exams & vaccinations Laser Therapy for chronic pain Dental surgery & x-rays Home Euthanasia Geriatric Pet Counselling Parasite Prevention Dr. Mayanna Burmeister DVM and her Caring Team Grimsby Square Plaza (Beside Sobey’s) 4-42 St. Andrews Ave. • 905•309•9600 www.livingstonanimalhospital.com • info@livingstonanimalhospital.com

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NOW EXTENDED TO APRIL 30TH

GET UP TO

$11,000 TOTAL VALUE ON SELECT NEW 2018 TRUCKS

(INCLUDES GM CARD APPLICATION BONUS*)

2018 GMC CANYON SLE CREW CAB SHORT BOX 4x4

2018 GMC SIERRA 1500 DOUBLE CAB 4x4

LEASE TODAY FOR

175

$

BI-WEEKLY

@

1.9

%

TOTAL VALUE*

LEASE RATE

(INCLUDES $1,000 GM CARD APPLICATION BONUS)

WHEN YOU APPLY FOR THE GM CARD OR $4,110 DOWN PAYMENT

2,500

+$

11,000

$

UP TO

FOR 48 MONTHS€ WITH $3,360 DOWN PAYMENT

OR

0% 72 (2.28%)

TOTAL VALUE

FOR UP TO

PURCHASE FINANCING

• BEST-IN-CLASS HORSEPOWER WITH AVAILABLE3.6L V6 ENGINE8 • TOWING CAPACITY OF UP TO 6,000 LB4 • APPLE CARPLAY™/ANDROID AUTO™ CONNECTIVITY9

MONTHS

APR

PLUS GET UP TO $8,400 TOTAL VALUE~(INCLUDES $1,000 GM CARD BONUS)

LEASE TODAY FOR

159

$

BI-WEEKLY

0% 72 (0.2%) FOR

MONTHSɫ

PURCHASE FINANCING

5,772

+$

APR

TOTAL VALUE

(INCLUDES $1,000 GM CARD BONUS)

@

0.9

%

2018 GMC ACADIA FINANCE TODAY FOR

0%

FOR 48 MONTHS WITH $1,150 DOWN PAYMENT

LEASE RATE

PURCHASE FINANCING

WHEN YOU APPLY FOR THE GM CARD OR $2,650 DOWN PAYMENT (INCLUDES $750 TOTAL VALUE)

• STANDARD 9-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION • FOLD-FLAT FRONT PASSENGER SEAT • NEXT GEN GMC INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM2 WITH 4 USB PORTS3

GMC PRO GRADE PROTECTION:

FINANCE TODAY FOR

• 20" BLACK PAINTED ALUMINUM WHEELS • AUTOMATIC LOCKING REAR DIFFERENTIAL NHTSA 5-STAR OVERALL VEHICLE SCORE 1 • AUTOTRAC™ TRANSFER CASE

2018 GMC TERRAIN SLE FWD

2018 GMC TERRAIN SLT SHOWN

2018 GMC SIERRA 2500 DENALI HD 4x4 WITH DURAMAX DIESEL ENGINE

COMPLIMENTARY 2-YEAR/48,000 KM LUBE-OIL-FILTER MAINTENANCE 5

2018 ACADIA ALL TERRAIN SLT-1 SHOWN

5-YEAR/160,000 KM POWERTRAIN LIMITED WARRANT Y 6

FOR

72

+

MONTHS

1,500

$

BONUS CASH WHEN YOU APPLY FOR THE GM CARD*

• AVAILABLE HEATED AND VENTILATED DRIVER AND FRONT PASSENGER SEATS • AVAILABLE 20" BRIGHT ALUMINUM WHEELS WITH MIDNIGHT SILVER ACCENTS • AVAILABLE 1,814 KG (4,000 LB.) MAX TRAILERING4

AVAILABLE ONSTAR 4G LTE WITH BUILT-IN WI-FI ® HOTSPOT 7 (3 GB/3-MONTH TRIAL)

* Total Value: Eligible 2018 GMC Sierra Double Cab Elevation Edition 4x4: Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles purchased between April 3 and April 30, 2018. Limited time only. $11,000 Total Value is a combined total credit value for cash purchases on eligible 2018 GMC Sierra Double Cab Elevation Edition 4x4 including $4,150 manufacturer-to-dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive), $1,600 manufacturer-to-dealer Truck Month Credit (tax exclusive), $750 manufacturer-to-dealer Option Package Discount Credit (tax exclusive), $1,000 GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card (GM Card) or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive) and $3,550 manufacturer-to-dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive). Limited time offer, which may not be combined with certain other offers. General Motors of Canada Company may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. € (Lease) Eligible 2018 GMC Canyon SLE Crew Cab: Lease based on suggested retail price of $41,295, includes $750 manufacturer-to-consumer GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card [GM Card] or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive), $500 manufacturer-to-dealer lease cash (tax exclusive), $500 manufacturer-to-dealer Delivery Credit (tax exclusive) and $750 manufacturer-to-dealer Truck Month Credit (tax exclusive) towards the lease of an eligible new 2018 GMC Canyon SLE Crew Cab Short Box 4x4 at participating dealers. Bi-weekly payment is $175 for 48 months at 1.9% interest rate on approved credit to qualified retail customers by GM Financial. $3,360 down payment is required. Total obligation is $21,593 plus applicable taxes. Taxes, license, insurance, registration and applicable fees, levies, duties and, except in Quebec, dealer fees (all of which may vary by dealer and region) are extra. Option to purchase at lease end is $19,364. See dealer for details. Discounts vary by model. Dealer may sell for less. Limited time offer, which may not be combined with certain other offers. General Motors of Canada Company may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. Offers may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. ~ 0% Purchase Financing for up to 72 months: Eligible 2018 GMC Sierra Double Cab Elevation Edition 4x4: Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada on select new 2018 Sierra 1500 Double Cab Elevation Edition 4X4 from April 3, 2018 and April 30, 2018. 0% purchase financing (2.28% APR) offered on approved credit by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank ® or RBC Royal Bank for 72 months on eligible 2018 GMC models: 2018 Sierra 1500 Double Cab Elevation Edition 4X4. Other trims may have effective rates higher than 0%. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Down payment, trade and/or security deposit may be required. Monthly payment and cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. Example: $39,420 financed at 0% nominal rate (2.28% APR) equals $547.50 monthly for 72 months includes $3,550 manufacturer-to-dealer cash credit (tax exclusive), $1,500 finance cash, $1,600 manufacturer-to-dealer Truck Month Credit (tax exclusive), $1,000 GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card [GM Card] or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive) plus $750 OPD Credit. Cost of borrowing is $0, for a total obligation of $39,169. Freight and air charge ($100, if applicable) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and dealer fees not included. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Limited time offer which may not be combined with certain other offers. General Motors of Canada Company may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. ɫ (Finance) Eligible 2018 Sierra 2500 Denali HD Crew Cab 4x4 with Duramax Diesel Engine: Offer available to qualified retail customers in Canada for vehicles financed and from between April 3, 2018, to April 30, 2018. Financing provided, on approved credit, by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank ® or RBC Royal Bank. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Representative finance example based on a new 2018 Sierra 2500 Denali HD Crew Cab 4x4 with Duramax Diesel Engine. Suggested retail price is $89,290. $0 down payment or equivalent trade-in required. $89,290 financed at 0% (0.2% APR) equals $1,162 per month for 72 months. Total Value consists of $3,272 manufacturer-to-dealer Delivery Credit (tax exclusive), $1,000 manufacturer-to-dealer Truck Month Credit (tax exclusive), $500 manufacturer-to-dealer Finance Cash (tax exclusive), and $1,000 manufacturer-to-consumer GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card [GM Card] or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive). Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $83,633. Taxes, $1,700 freight and PDI, $100 air conditioning charge (where applicable), PPSA, license, insurance, registration and applicable fees, levies and duties (all of which may vary by region and dealer) are extra. Dealers are free to set individual prices. Limited time financing offer, which may not be combined with certain other offers. GM Canada may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. (Lease) Eligible 2018 GMC Terrain SLE FWD: Lease based on suggested retail price of $32,195 includes $1,500 manufacturer-to-consumer Bonus Cash (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card [GM Card] or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive) and $750 manufacturer-to-dealer Lease cash (tax exclusive) towards the lease of an eligible new 2018 GMC Terrain SLE FWD at participating dealers. Bi-weekly payment is $159 for 48 months at 0.9% interest rate on approved credit to qualified retail customers by GM Financial. $1,150 down payment is required. Total obligation is $17,672, plus applicable taxes. Taxes, license, insurance, registration and applicable fees, levies, duties and, except in Quebec, dealer fees (all of which may vary by dealer and region) are extra. Option to purchase at lease end is $13,200. See dealer for details. Discounts vary by model. Dealer may sell for less. Limited time offer, which may not be combined with certain other offers. General Motors of Canada Company may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. Offers may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. *Eligible 2018 GMC Acadia SLE-1 AWD: 0% purchase financing offered on approved credit by TD Auto Finance Services, Scotiabank® or RBC Royal Bank. Participating lenders are subject to change. Rates from other lenders will vary. Monthly payment and cost of borrowing will vary depending on amount borrowed and down payment/trade. Offer is unconditionally interest-free. Freight and air charge ($100, if applicable) included. License, insurance, registration, PPSA, applicable taxes and, except in Quebec, dealer fees (all of which may vary by region and dealer) are extra. Bonus Credit consists of $1,500 manufacturer-to-consumer GM Card Application Bonus (offer applies to individuals who apply for a Scotiabank GM Visa Card [GM Card] or current GM Card cardholders) (tax inclusive). Dealers may sell for less. Limited time offer, which may not be combined with certain other offers. General Motors of Canada Company may modify, extend or terminate offers in whole or in part at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. ®Registered trademark of The Bank of Nova Scotia. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. 1 Sierra 5-star Overall Vehicle Score applies to 1500 series vehicles. U.S. Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov). 2 Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth® and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some devices. Data plan rates apply. 3 Not compatible with all devices. 4. Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow. 5 Whichever comes first. Limit of four complimentary Lube-Oil-Filter services in total. Fluid top-offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc., are not covered. Conditions and limitations apply. See your dealer for details. 6 Whichever comes first, fully transferable. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for complete details. 7. Visit onstar.ca for coverage maps, details and system limitations. Services vary by model, service plan and conditions as well as geographical and technical restrictions. Service plan required. 8. Comparison based on wardsauto.com 2017 Small Pickup segment and latest competitive information available at the time of posting. Excludes other GM vehicles. 9. Available on select Apple ® and Android™ devices. Some features may require a paid OnStar service plan. Features and capability may vary by vehicle, device, conditions as well as geographical and technical restrictions. Device data connection required.


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classifieds takin’ care of business sports business DRIVERS WANTED

Please call News Now to place your Classified Ad

CARPETS - I have several thousand yards of new Stainmaster & 100% nylon carpet. Will do living & dining room for $389. Price includes carpet, pad & installation (25 sq. yds) Steve 905682-5320, 905-777-1170; carpetdeals.ca

OWNER/OPERATORS & Company Drivers Wanted! For well-established international flatbed company to run the U.S. out of Southern ON. New Rate Increase for 2018. Drivers paid competitive mileage rate, pd picks/ drops, tarping & layovers. Well maintained late model equipment. O/O - Excellent percentage pkg Plus 100% Fuel Surcharge. No hold back. Benefit pkg. Paid fleet insurance. Open door policy. Contact Margaret: jobs@jlinetransport.com 4751 Christie Drive, Beamsville, ON. PH:1800-363-4676 or Fax 905-563-4900. www. jlinetransport.com “Come to a place that treats you like family”

CAREGIVER NEEDED

FOR SALE

Caregiver needed

A1 MATTRESS FACTORY DIRECT

289-235-9500

OBITUARIES

APT. FOR RENT

1 bedroom apartment, Lakeside Drive, inclusive except heat/ hydro. $1,000. Call 289235-7588 Ask for Boja.

CARPET/FLOORING

Shano, Kenneth

Sinke, Cornelius “Corney”

Passed away peacefully with his children by his side, at his home in Grimsby on Sunday, April 8, 2018, at the age of 80. Loved husband of the late Marilyn (2015) and Barbara (1966). Cherished father of Betty-Anne Walkinshaw (Neil), Leah Ratelle (Glen) and Brent Sinke (Alexis). Beloved grandfather of Lyle, Ryan, Tyler, Krysten, Arista and Renata. Special thanks to everyone with the West Niagara Palliative Care Team and Dr. Smith, Dr. Kaffie and Dr. Marshall for all of your care and support. Visitation at STONEHOUSEWHITCOMB FUNERAL HOME, 11 Mountain Street, GRIMSBY (905945-2755) on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Private Funeral Service. As per Corney’s wishes, cremation and a private burial to follow at Queen’s Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to McNally House Hospice would be sincerely appreciated by the family. www.smithsfh.com

On Sunday, April 8, 2018 at the age of 67 Kenneth completed his earthly journey and arrived at his heavenly destination. He passed away peacefully while surrounded by his loved ones after a brief battle with cancer. Beloved husband of Gloria; loving father of Kelly (Steve) Kocsis, Kathy (Jose) Pereira, Cheryl (Johnny) Nezic, Jason (Deanna) Grist. Beloved Papa of Alyssa (Ezron), Andrea, Julie, Todd, Aiden, Aaron and Ben. Also survived by his sister Mary Little and predeceased by his sisters Philomena McNeil and Frances Dupuis. He was also loved by many nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Vineland Chapel of Tallman Funeral Homes, 3277 King St., on Thursday 7 – 9 p.m. and Friday 11 – 12 noon. The Funeral Service will be in the chapel at Noon. Cremation. A reception will follow in the Tallman Fireside Room. Special thank you to all the staff at the St. Catharines General Hospital and a special thank you to Briar. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Central Community Church building fund www.centrallcc.ca/campaign Online condolences at www.tallmanfuneralhomes.ca

Immediately for senior woman. Light care providing some physical, practical, and emotional support 4 days weekly, 4 hours a day, flexible. $25 per hour. Email for details: robinabbrewer@gmail.com

COMING EVENTS

ADULT ART CLASSES – SPRING SESSION begins

April 26th.. Take whole or partial session. Friendly, small classes, all levels and styles. Painting, drawing… Tailored instruction. Free snack bar and refreshments. Free make-up classes. Register now! See sample work at brunocapolongo.com (click BCFA). For more info: 289 235 9678 or bcfa@cogeco.ca. Gallery and framing also on location. Visit us!

DEBT DEBT PROBLEMS? Know your options. Call Ralph Culp - Trustee in Bankruptcy. No charge consultation. 905-3095676. ralphculp.com

VEHICLES WANTED

Wanted - Scrap Cars and Trucks Cash paid Same day pick up Lampman Salvage Licensed Auto Recycler

905-957-2193

delivery available. All sizes including custom split box springs, orthopedic 20 year set starting $240. 30 year tight-top sets starting $340. Deluxe, no-flip Pillowtop & “Crown” series, Eurotop sets from $390. New waterbeds, futons, end of line discontinued items available. 905-847-2020 905-681-9496 905-563-6903

HELP WANTED

HANDYMAN SERVICES

LAWN ROLLING & AERATION

RUBBISH AND JUNK REMOVAL. Call Ken 905-9575731.

YARD & GARDEN Clean up. Call Ken 905-9575731.

HELP WANTED

ROOFING Over 25 years of experience. Shingles and Flat warranty. Call Ken 905-973-3235.

Part-Time help required for the following position:

Experienced Line Cook

must be available for evenings and weekends

Experience Server

must be available for evenings and weekends Apply in person with resumé to:

30 Main Street West, Grimsby

ROOFING

SUPPORT GROUP

CR - Celebrate Recovery, a Christ Centred 12 step Recovery Program for any Hurt, Hang-up, or Habit. Every Wednesday at 7pm. Confidential and Anonymous. 132 Lake St, Grimsby. All welcome. Info: CR@forestviewcommunitychurch.ca

WANTED

CARS, trucks, old farm machinery for scrap or repair. We pay cash. Flatbed service. 905-386-6181 or 289686-5059.

Part-Time Help Required

Seeking a friendly, motivated and artistic individual wanting to work 2 days a week. Working Saturdays is a must. Some color knowledge would be beneficial. Please apply in person with resume to:

Marlene Smith’s Decorating & Gifts 19 Main St. West, Grimsby

905-945-2675

CONSIDER A CAREER IN HORTICULTURE

Wholesale nursery growing container grown perennials, vines, flowering shrubs, evergreens & trees is seeking individuals to join our Management team. We have a number of full time opportunities available for those skilled in Growing, Production and Shipping of nursery stock. Plant knowledge and experience is an asset but we would be willing to train the right individual. If you are a team player who has leadership and organizational skills and a desire to succeed, we look forward to hearing from you. We offer excellent wages, health benefits and incentives for the right candidate. Resumes may be dropped off between the hours of 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday to Fridays at:

Willowbrook Nurseries Inc. 935 Victoria Ave., Fenwick, On Attention: Human Resources or emailed to: jane@willowbrooknurseries.com No phone calls please. (We thank you for your application, however only those considered will be notified.)


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WEEK TWENTY-TWO

Different

FINAL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

569 Main St. W.,Grimsby 905-643-1221

GRIMSBY

4 Locations to Serve You! 1. Lowry, Phil ................................ 1524 2. Lecinski, Greg ........................... 1490 3. Lecinski, Katherine .................. 1450 4. Boekestyn, Bryson .................. 1432 5. Gerritsen, Brandon ................. 1428 6. Fuller, Brandon “Biff” .............. 1423 7. Pryde, Linda .............................. 1423 8. Pagliacci,Vince .......................... 1420 9. Marrama, Brittany ................... 1417 10. Attema, Ian ............................. 1412 11. Gilbert, Pat ............................. 1406 12. Attema, Andrew ..................... 1404 13. Deboer, Jacob ........................ 1401 14. Reid, Alan ................................ 1398 15. Gunn, Zoe .............................. 1397 16. Schilte, Frank .......................... 1397 17. Laverty, Mark ......................... 1395 18. Madder, Tucker ....................... 1393 19. O’Toole, Bernie ..................... 1393 20. Rohner, Paul ........................... 1389 21. Snowden, Kyle ....................... 1388 22. Grassi, Nick ............................ 1387 23. Stephenson, George ............. 1385 24. Fillmore, Bill ........................... 1383 25. Marrama, Matteo .................. 1382 26. Klos, Brad ............................... 1381 27. Hall, Keith ................................ 1381 28. Pagliacci, Linda ....................... 1379 29. Blais, Janice ............................. 1378 30. Fan, Hab .................................. 1377 31. Emerson, Cam ....................... 1373 32. Brown, Justin .......................... 1370 33. Grassie, Chad ........................ 1370 34. Julius, Jack ............................... 1368 35. Jones, Ethan ............................ 1367 36. Donders, P. .............................. 1367 37. Janes, Brent ............................. 1366 38. Renda, Cole ............................ 1364 39. Brooks, Bart ........................... 1362 40. Payette, Andy ......................... 1362 41. Hall, Glory .............................. 1361 42. Kucharuk, Dave ..................... 1359 43. Great Grandma 2 .................. 1359 44. Reid, Wally .............................. 1358 45. Heywood, Kevin .................... 1358 46. Antonides, Kaleb.................... 1358 47. Della Valle, Basil ..................... 1357 48. Easey, Brittany ........................ 1356 49. O’Latimer, Cody .................... 1356 50. Pettigrew, Leandra ................ 1356 51. Boulter, Brian ......................... 1356 52. Kusy, Wally .............................. 1356 53. Team, The A ............................ 1355 54. Shortreed, Brad ..................... 1354 55. D., Papa .................................... 1354 56. Emerson, Georgia ................. 1354 57. Albrethsen, Jens ..................... 1354 58. Herschell, Grant .................... 1353 59. DeVries, John ......................... 1353 60.Young, Garry ........................... 1353 61.Young, Bev ............................... 1352 62. O’Toole, Bryan ...................... 1352 63. Stuive, Alex ............................. 1352 64. Babin, Mylo ............................. 1351 65. Leenaars, Audie ..................... 1351 66. Kralt, Peter ............................. 1351 67. Kuckaruk, Pete ....................... 1351 68. Kemp, Karly ............................ 1349 69. Broijer, Brandon .................... 1349 70. Alli.............................................. 1349 71. Cranwell, Clint ...................... 1348 72. Hand, Doug ............................ 1348 73. Tombolini, Joey ....................... 1348 74.Vander Wier, Matthew .......... 1347 75. Duo, Dunda ............................ 1347 76. Melnyk, Drew ........................ 1345 77. Pohl, Christina ....................... 1344 78. Porkolab, Matthew ................ 1344 79. DeBoer, Deana ...................... 1344 80. Stuive, Cindy .......................... 1343 81. Kramer, Bob ........................... 1340 82.Van Roon, Cory ..................... 1340 83. Gunn, Jimmy ........................... 1339 84. Champ, Mary .......................... 1339 85. Bonders, Lisa .......................... 1339 86. Sim, Steve ................................ 1338 87. Arntsen, Karl .......................... 1338 88. Kingdon, Brian ....................... 1338 89. McQueen, Ian Sr ................... 1338 90. Carey, Bryson ........................ 1337 91. Strad.......................................... 1337 92. Dykstra, Martin ..................... 1336 93. Fozark, Michael ...................... 1335 94. Nash, Dana ............................. 1335 95. Baughaan, Bear ...................... 1335 96. Masonn, Mr. Jim ..................... 1335 97. Wagenaar, George ................. 1335 98. Heywood, Sean ...................... 1334 99. Davis, Ralph ............................ 1334 100. Faseruk, Nathan & Lucas .. 1333 101. Seibel, Ken ......................... 1333

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147 Main St. East, Grimsby • 905-945-2219

102. Mous, Brent ......................... 1332 103. Falasca, Tracey ...................... 1332 104. Faughnan, Lucas ................... 1332 105. Porkolab, Mark .................... 1331 106. Nash, Michelle ..................... 1330 107. Wilson, Corey ...................... 1330 108. Matisz, John .......................... 1329 109. Zdichavsky, Joe .................... 1329 110. Romero, J. ............................. 1329 111. Zaruk, Allie ........................... 1328 112. Orr, Ryan & George ........... 1328 113. Kadwell, Dave ...................... 1327 114. Graham, Dave ...................... 1326 115. Matthews, Zach ................... 1326 116. Dohany, Ada, ........................ 1326 117. Buikema, Warren ................. 1325 118. Kemp, Stephen .................... 1325 119. Broijer, Craig ........................ 1325 120. Alllison, Mike ........................ 1324 121. F., Zach .................................. 1324 122. McIntosh, Jackson ............... 1324 123. Cherniak, Gary .................... 1323 124. Mongoose.............................. 1323 125. Marr, Taylor ........................... 1323 126. Guarascia, Randy ................ 1323 127. Scobie, Wayne ...................... 1322 128. Stoehr, Nick ......................... 1322 129. Buikema, Landen ................. 1322 130. Wiebe, Brian ........................ 1322 131. JRF ........................................... 1321 132. Emond, Shaun ...................... 1321 133.Van Roon, Nick .................... 1321 134. Robinson, Jim ....................... 1320 135. Ross, John ............................. 1320 136. Parkinson, Phil ..................... 1320 137. Sears, Jim (The Kid) ........... 1320 138. F., Hugo ................................. 1319 139. Porter, Bernie ...................... 1319 140. Teichgraf, George ................ 1318 141. Morrissette, Louie .............. 1318 142. Ostermeier, Dirk ................ 1318 143. Lowry, Wyatt ....................... 1318 144. Poz, R .................................... 1318 145. Attema, Sophia .................... 1317 146. Clancy, Lynn ......................... 1317 147. Havens, Robert ................... 1317 148. Dezeeuw, Ruth Ann ........... 1317 149. Quider, Elliott ...................... 1316 150. O’Brien, John ....................... 1315 151. Hodgkins, Brian ................... 1315 152. Thirsty-Knight, Lee ............. 1315 153. Snow, Cassandra ................. 1314 154. Oxford, Bill ........................... 1314 155. Kucharuk, Ryan ................... 1313 156. Ryder, Timothy .................... 1313 157. Boychuk, Jeremy .................. 1313 158. Zimmerman, Butch ............ 1313 159. Kucharuk, Sylvia .................. 1313 160. McQueen, Steve .................. 1312 161. Sears,Viktor (El Matador) .. 1312 162. Roach, Gloria ....................... 1311 163. Hanna, Patrick ..................... 1311 164. Siba, John .............................. 1311 165. Brooks, Michael ................... 1311 166. Tarling, Wally ........................ 1311 167.Vien, Wilf ............................... 1310 168. Nixon, Julie-Anne ............... 1310 169. McQueen, Irene .................. 1309 170. MMA, Griffin ........................ 1309 171. Johnston, Stan ...................... 1309 172. Seabrook, Michael .............. 1309 173. Bayliss, Scott ........................ 1309 174. Herale, Kevin ....................... 1309 175. Nash, Kathy .......................... 1309 176. de Jager, Len ......................... 1308 177. Munden, Joey ....................... 1307 178. Buikema, Calvin ................... 1307 179. Buys, Carl ............................. 1307 180. Hand, Linda .......................... 1307 181. Bos, Max ............................... 1307 182. Gunn, James ......................... 1306 183. Jackson, John ........................ 1306 184. Kemp, Blair ........................... 1306 185. Slack, Brian ........................... 1306 186. Wade....................................... 1305 187. G., Joanna ............................. 1304 188. Maas, Gary ........................... 1304 189. Good, Dave .......................... 1304 190. Hunter, Tim .......................... 1303 191. Della Valle, Matthew ........... 1303 192. Nash, Rick ............................ 1303 193. Reid, Joyce ............................ 1303 194. Schilte, Kaia .......................... 1303 195. Schilte, T8 ............................. 1303 196. Empty Nesters, Darren ..... 1302 197. Frudge #1 .............................. 1302 198. Nagel, Craig ......................... 1302 199. Church, Elizabeth ................ 1302 200. Pettigrew, Jason ................... 1302 201. Butler, John ........................... 1301 202. McClurkin, Tom ................... 1301

FOOD, FUN & SPIRITS

30 Main St. West, Grimsby

203. Nash, Paul ............................. 1301 204. Kiers, Melanie ...................... 1300 205. O’Brien, Eileen .................... 1300 206. Nixon, Sean .......................... 1300 207. Christie, Phil ........................ 1300 208. Bos, Trevor ........................... 1300 209. Kusch, Matt .......................... 1300 210. Paquin, Anne ........................ 1300 211. Cortina, Marco .................... 1300 212. Buttar, Amy ........................... 1300 213. R., Ethan ................................ 1299 214. Pettit, Myrna ........................ 1298 215. Bolibruck, Nick ................... 1298 216. Hop ......................................... 1298 217. Brooks, Alfred ...................... 1298 218. Kiers, Jeremy ........................ 1298 219. Bristo, Chase ....................... 1298 220. Fuller, Will ............................. 1298 221. Buikema, Peter .................... 1298 222. Sgambato, Janet ................... 1297 223. WFLK ..................................... 1297 224. Head, Dylan ......................... 1297 225. Dick, Devin .......................... 1297 226. Garvie, Rob .......................... 1297 227. BTJ .......................................... 1296 228. Duffy, Jim ............................... 1296 229. Christie, Connor ................ 1296 230. Schaefer, Tanya ..................... 1296 231. Martin, Don ......................... 1296 232. Acer ........................................ 1296 233. Turner, Sherry ...................... 1295 234. Dohany, Lena ....................... 1295 235. De Vos, Aaron ...................... 1295 236. Fenton, Darrin ..................... 1295 237. Laba, Anatole ....................... 1294 238. Stefra ...................................... 1294 239. Duncan, Randall .................. 1294 240.Van Beek, John ..................... 1294 241. Siba, JL ................................... 1294 242. I, Charles ............................... 1294 243. Larmond, Mike .................... 1294 244. E, Big ...................................... 1294 245. Harris, Lyle Sr. ...................... 1293 246. Roller, Noah (Gramps) ...... 1293 247. Hall, Blake ............................. 1292 248. Beachin, Robert G. ............. 1291 249. King, Wayne ......................... 1291 250. Scobie, Brett ........................ 1291 251. Beak ........................................ 1291 252. Latimer, Dave ....................... 1291 253. Simpson, Dave ..................... 1290 254. Bristo, Griffin ....................... 1289 255. Walsh, John ........................... 1289 256. Whitnell, Kayla ..................... 1289 257. Hoeksema, Kevin ................ 1289 258. Houtby, Ron ......................... 1288 259. Shoesmith, Dave ................. 1287 260. Mucyk, Monica ..................... 1287 261. Willems, Hank ..................... 1287 262. Christie, Hailer .................... 1287 263. Trojnar/Gateman .................. 1287 264. Attema, Rick ......................... 1286 265. McKellar, Brad ..................... 1285 266. Brooks, Ryan ........................ 1285 267. Emond, Christopher .......... 1285 268. Smith, Drew ......................... 1285 269. Muzyka, Cathy ..................... 1284 270.Visentin, Kylee ...................... 1284 271. Quider, Sally ......................... 1284 272. Della Valle, Brian ................. 1284 273. Smith, Bomber ..................... 1283 274. Antonides, Kevin ................. 1283 275. Bench, Carol ........................ 1283 276.Visentin, Jeff .......................... 1283 277. Whitnell, Lucas .................... 1282 278. Black, Tina ............................. 1282 279, Jack.......................................... 1282 280. Julius, Jack ............................. 1281 281. Sipos, Steve .......................... 1280 282. Mason, Mrs. Joan ................. 1280 283. Bearcat ................................... 1280 284. DeGers, P. ............................. 1280 285. Mucyk, Nick ......................... 1280 286. Stuive, Heuk ......................... 1279 287. Duncan, Daniel .................... 1279 288. Fuller, Carly .......................... 1279 289. Della Valle,Vic ...................... 1279 290. England, Katerina ................ 1279 291.Vallorani, Andrea .................. 1278 292. Baker, Nancy ........................ 1278 293. Poziomka, Brett ................... 1278 294. Funk, Elf ................................. 1277 295. Porter, Dorothy .................. 1277 296. Funk, Pete ............................. 1277 297. Cinrik ..................................... 1277 298. Heywood, John .................... 1276 299. Book, Jim .............................. 1276 300. Goslin, Luke ......................... 1276 301. Hodgkins, Hot Rod ............ 1276 302. Lecinski, Gene ..................... 1276 303. Bierd, Chad .......................... 1276

36 Main St. West, Grimsby

304. Roitman, Avi ......................... 1276 305. Mac, Judy ............................... 1276 306. Fiorantis, Philip .................... 1275 307. Lenz, Dale ............................. 1275 308.Yeatman, Patricia ................. 1274 309. Whitnell, Kurt ...................... 1274 310. Henry, Chris ........................ 1274 311. Lewis, Gary .......................... 1274 312. Bos, Bella .............................. 1274 313. Kinger..................................... 1274 314. Troup, Brad ........................... 1273 315. Baarda, Manley .................... 1273 316. Melnyk, Charlotte ............... 1273 317. Simmons, Cam .................... 1272 318. Perron, Robert .................... 1272 319. Rienties, Lisa ......................... 1272 320. Roitman, Sabrina ................. 1272 321. Agius, Joe ............................... 1272 322. Bos, John ............................... 1272 323. Hayes, John ........................... 1271 324. Droughan, Kelly ................... 1271 325. Mouse, Mickey J. .................. 1271 326. Fortune, Pete ....................... 1271 327. Disher, Bob .......................... 1271 328. DeGers, K. ............................ 1271 329. Nash, Geoff .......................... 1271 330. Ribaric, Robert .................... 1271 331. MacAngus, Don ................... 1270 332. Longlois, Derek ................... 1270 333.Van Dyk, Bryan .................... 1270 334. Kolenko, Steve ..................... 1270 335. Nash, Elizabeth .................... 1270 336. Labonte, Mark ..................... 1269 337. Guarascia, Ida ...................... 1268 338. Burrows, Mike ..................... 1268 339. Della Valle, David ................ 1268 340. Dykstra, Nolan .................... 1267 341. Kwong, Calvin ..................... 1267 342. Gerritsen, Allan ................... 1267 343. Mannetje, Rick ..................... 1266 344. De Vos, Adrian ..................... 1266 345. Billyard, Cal .......................... 1266 346. Mason, Evelyn ...................... 1266 347. Ferguson, Aaron .................. 1266 348. Bos, John Sr .......................... 1266 349. Davies, Ed ............................. 1265 350. Kin, Ryan ............................... 1265 351. Snowfield ............................... 1265 352. Poulter, Dave ....................... 1265 353. Hal........................................... 1265 354. Will .......................................... 1265 355. Fillmore, Linda ..................... 1265 356. Dixon, Justin ........................ 1264 357. Tufford, Cody ....................... 1264 358. Dog, J. .................................... 1264 359.Young, Gene ......................... 1263 360. Slack, Tyson .......................... 1263 361. Droughan, Jake .................... 1262 362. McDougall, Jason ................. 1262 363. Lowe, Terry .......................... 1262 364. Furman, Matt Simon ........... 1262 365. Calhoun, Trevor ................... 1262 366. Poz, C .................................... 1262 367. Goslin, Olivia ....................... 1261 368. Kingdon, Renelle ................. 1261 369. Torkelson, Andy ................... 1261 370. Raab, Harrison ..................... 1260 371. Brown, Amanda ................... 1260 372. MacDonald, Ross ................ 1260 373. Smith, J.L. ............................... 1260 374. McQueen, Ian Jr .................. 1259 375. Bernhardt, Grant ................ 1259 376. Scobie, Adam ....................... 1259 377. Carruthers, Ivan .................. 1259 378. Papiez, Renee ....................... 1259 379. Sipos, Lucas .......................... 1258 380. Tarling, Irene ......................... 1257 381. Dumula, Rick ........................ 1257 382. Grassi, Steve ........................ 1257 383. Olds, Joe ............................... 1256 384. Lee, Bill .................................. 1256 385. Dezeeuw, Zoee ................... 1256 386. Weaver, Eric .......................... 1256 387.Van Roon, Kelly .................... 1255 388. Izatt, Jack ............................... 1255 389. DeVito,Vincent ................... 1254 390. Della Valle, Carol ................. 1254 391.Vanderlee, Kevin .................. 1254 392. Sears, Jenn & Veronica ........ 1254 393. Agius, Theresa ...................... 1254 394. Adrychuk, Carol .................. 1254 395. Allington, Shaun ................... 1253 396. Obrien, Susan ......................1253 397. Dezeeuw, Hank ................... 1253 398. Dabrowski, Diane ............... 1253 399. Jaskula, Jenny ........................ 1252 400. Mous, Robert ....................... 1252 401. Kiley, Kevin ........................... 1252 402. Izatt, Judy .............................. 1252 403. Devries, Nancy .................... 1252 404. Attema, Jared ....................... 1251

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56 Main St. West, Grimsby • 905-945-5311

405. Hunter.................................... 1251 406. Balint, M.P. ............................. 1251 407. Houtby, Lois ......................... 1251 408. K, Beef ................................... 1251 409. Koop, Alfred ......................... 1251 410.VanderHeide, C. ................... 1251 411. Macklin, Barry ...................... 1251 412. Kusy, Gene ........................... 1250 413. Wilson, John ......................... 1250 414. Rudisuela, Louanne ............. 1250 415. Hodgkins, Joshua ................. 1250 416. Sliwinksi, Tom ....................... 1250 417. Wessels, Luke ....................... 1250 418. Peressotti, Lauren ............... 1249 419. Ryder, April ........................... 1248 420. Olds, Owen .......................... 1248 421. Arntsen, Cam ....................... 1248 422. Mathieson, Carolyn ............ 1247 423. Fuller, Rose ........................... 1246 424. Jones, Cathy ......................... 1246 425. Droughan, Zoe .................... 1246 426. Schnick, Brian ...................... 1246 427. Dunder, Tom (puppy snarky) .. 1246 428. Cherriere, Larry .................. 1245 429. Jackson, Nolan ..................... 1245 430. Stevenson, Tristan ............... 1245 431. Hilda, Broom ....................... 1245 432. Nieuwold, Ken ..................... 1245 433. R., Frank ................................ 1244 434. MacDonald, Mark ............... 1244 435. Antonides, Karen ................ 1244 436. Stanley, John ......................... 1244 437. Jackson, Sandy ..................... 1244 438. Wiebe, Joan .......................... 1244 439. Brand, Simon ........................ 1244 440. Jubenville, Joan ..................... 1243 441. Shortreed, Don ................... 1243 442. Schaefer, Deb ....................... 1243 443. Macklin, Murdoch ............... 1243 444. Grinyer, Zachary ................. 1242 445. Muis, Arie .............................. 1242 446. Stephensen, Will .................. 1242 447. Rienties, David ..................... 1242 448. Stenzel, Randy ..................... 1242 449. Moe......................................... 1241 450. Civiero, Walter .................... 1241 451. Calhoun, Carson ................. 1241 452. Allington, Arlene .................. 1241 453. Pettit, Doug .......................... 1240 454. Lubienieki, Jeff ...................... 1240 455. Delano, Dennis .................... 1240 456. Boychuk, Bob ....................... 1240 457. Rosie & Mom ........................ 1240 458. Laverty, Linda ....................... 1240 459.Van Roon, Mark ................... 1239 460. Clinton, Dwight ................... 1239 461. Grossi, Kevin ........................ 1239 462. Murphy, George .................. 1239 463. Tsilibanis, George ................ 1239 464. Culnane, Mike ...................... 1239 465. Pettigrew, Ken ..................... 1239 466. Popiluk, Harry ..................... 1239 467. Graham, Len ........................ 1238 468. DiLenzo,Vincent ................. 1238 469. Britton-Perron, Karen ....... 1238 470. Trenchard, Jenn (Air) .......... 1238 471. Hal........................................... 1238 472. Schaefer, Joe ......................... 1237 473. Herale, Willie ....................... 1237 474. Winter, Jen ............................ 1237 475. Lecinski, Doug ..................... 1237 476. Pohl, Juergen ........................ 1237 477. Cooper, Janice ..................... 1236 478. Gaulton, F “Snowflake” ..... 1236 479. Rudisuela, Ken ..................... 1236 480. Sgambato, J.J. ........................ 1236 481. Miller, Owen ........................ 1235 482. Whetton, Don ..................... 1235 483. Andreychuk, Nick ............... 1235 484. DeVries, Joanne .................. 1235 485. Hodgkins, John .................... 1234 486. Meins, Kerri .......................... 1234 487. Moore, Jack “The Bear” .... 1233 488. Wiebe, George .................... 1233 489.Young, Mark .......................... 1233 490. Faseruk, Mark ...................... 1233 491. Winter, Dylan ....................... 1233 492. Sipos, Anita ........................... 1233 493. Bristo, Lorne ........................ 1233 494. Buttar, Clinton ..................... 1232 495. Foster, Leslie ........................ 1232 496. Testa, Luca ............................ 1232 497. Davies, Melissa .................... 1232 498. Hendriks, Tom ..................... 1231 499. Emond, Denise .................... 1231 500. Ross, Doug ........................... 1231 501. Kearse, Owen ...................... 1230 502. Chesla, Michael ................... 1230 503. Kingdon, John ...................... 1230 504. Hockey, Zo ........................... 1230 505. Haurilak, Michael ................ 1230

506. Kusy, Laura ........................... 1230 507. Q. Geme ................................ 1230 508. Norris, Rick .......................... 1229 509. Sciara, Lorenzo .................... 1228 510. Babin, Samantha .................. 1228 511. Dimitroff, Don ..................... 1228 512. Kemp, Joanne ....................... 1227 513. Hoekstra, Janfolkert ........... 1227 514. Heywood, Cathy ................. 1227 515. Talsma, Jeremy ...................... 1225 516. Brand, Allison ....................... 1225 517. Stein, R. ................................. 1224 518. Chambers, Cheryl .............. 1224 519. Thorogood, Tyler ................. 1223 520. Roorda, Brooke ................... 1222 521. Dog, J. .................................... 1222 522. Allan, Tina .............................. 1222 523. Don, Henk ............................ 1221 524. Readman, M&S .................... 1221 525. McKellar, Will ....................... 1221 526. Murphy, Deb ........................ 1220 527.Vallorani, Luca ...................... 1220 528. Rienties, Jennifer ................. 1220 529. Stoehr, Derek ......................1220 530. Towers, Tom ......................... 1219 531. Joy, Julu’s ................................ 1219 532. Renda, Jesse ......................... 1219 533. Kusy, Mike ............................. 1219 534. Munden, Brittany ................ 1218 535. Lawrie, John ......................... 1218 536. Ritz, Dan ............................... 1217 537. Feddema, Austin .................. 1216 538. Clansen, Marie ..................... 1216 539. Disher, Jim ............................ 1216 540. Donkers, John ...................... 1216 541. Lymburner, Jenny ................ 1216 542. Anello, Cory ......................... 1215 543. Pigeon, Nancy ...................... 1214 544. Rienties, Sherry ................... 1214 545. Hanes, Bob ........................... 1213 546. Babin, Claude ....................... 1213 547. Fenton, Pat ........................... 1213 548. Wilchiwsky, Antony ............ 1213 549. Unger, Werner ..................... 1212 550. Gilbert, Dawn ...................... 1211 551. Martin, Ethan ....................... 1210 552. Stoehr, Cameron ................. 1210 553. Foster, Tie ............................. 1210 554.Young, Nerny ........................ 1210 555.Van Roon, Jim ....................... 1209 556. MJMM1 ................................... 1209 557. Heczko, A&A ........................ 1208 558. Harman, Brent ..................... 1208 559. DeVries, Harry .................... 1208 560. Turner, David ........................ 1207 561. Harber, John ......................... 1207 562. Baughman, Brody ................ 1207 563. Spilotro, Giovanni ............... 1207 564. Steve, Kurpis ........................ 1207 565. Head, Lucas .......................... 1206 566. Culp, Thomas ....................... 1206 567. Ferguson, Andy ................... 1206 568. Nixon, Cameron ................. 1205 569. Paul, Uby ............................... 1205 570. Hudson, Scott ...................... 1205 571. Hall, Alanna ........................... 1205 572. Tracey, Sean .......................... 1205 573. Nagel, Zachary .................... 1204 574. Payette, Ken ......................... 1204 575. D’Alessio, Benny ................. 1204 576. Lym, Papa .............................. 1204 577. Jones, Don E. ........................ 1204 578. Hudson, John ....................... 1204 579. Stephenson, Emma ............. 1204 580.Vanderlee, Joanne ................ 1203 581. Burgoyne, Roger ................. 1203 582. Smith, Craig .......................... 1202 583. Spence, Mike ........................ 1202 584. Wallace, Bruce ..................... 1202 585. Kurpel, Bill ............................ 1202 586. Dunder, J. .............................. 1202 587. Di Lettera, Angelo .............. 1201 588. Johnson, Martha .................. 1201 589. Myronuk, Ron ...................... 1200 590. Unger, Karen ........................ 1200 591.Yule, Grant ............................ 1199 592. Smith, Clifford ..................... 1198 593. Carruthers, Barb ................. 1198 594. Frudge .................................. 1198 595. Munro, Jamie ........................ 1197 596. Roach, Jon ............................. 1197 597. Ferris, Rick ........................... 1197 598. Wilcox, Paul ......................... 1197 599. Perilli, Roberto M. ............... 1196 600. Porkolab, Madison .............. 1196 601. Coughlin, Steve ................... 1195 602. Smith, E.G. ............................ 1195 603.VanEgmond, Sheryl ............. 1195 604. MacDonald, Cynthia ........... 1195 605. Rohner, Griffin ..................... 1194 606. Shipten, Brad ........................ 1194

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Note the distinction While social media commentary is worth exactly as much as the paper on which it is printed, on rare occasions wading in on digital debates is required. Such was the case last week, so let’s clarify again. As has been noted on this page countless times, there are lots of reasons to be upset with Grimsby Council but Ald. Nick DiFlavio maintains council giving direction to developers to go exceed Official Plan guidelines is not one of them. DiFlavio has stated at two public meetings, “no member of this council” has given that direction. Stories and opinion pieces in this paper have noted developers and a respected consultant have been clear such direction has come from staff, not council. Note the distinction. That said, when many in the community and staff at Niagara Region as well as Grimsby’s regional council have seen plans - in the Century Condo case anyways - it is hard to believe – as developers have also noted – that member(s) of council are not aware of what is coming down the pipe. But, until proven otherwise, and no evidence has been offered, DiFlavio must be taken at his word. That, however, does not take away from staff seemingly contradicting the wishes of council. M.W.

Just plain gut wrenching Never have been one to gush with emotion – good or bad – it was utterly crushing to watch some of the detail unfold regarding the horrific Humboldt Broncos bus accident, which claimed 15 lives. The senselessness, the pain for survivors and their family members, both physical and mental; unimaginable. So much hope, vitality and promise, gone in an instant. People say all the time, almost every day if you think about, live life to the fullest. You never know when your number will come up. While true, I am sick of hearing about it. For someone like myself – yes, there was a day I would have considered myself an athlete – who played every sport under the sun there seemed to be something striking to our core. I heard several players, former players and folks from the sports world comment about “the bus”. For me, the bus represents my transition from Joe Cool high school athlete guy to bottom of the food chain rookie who got to carry equipment, grab the oldtimers a beer and do just about any odd task that needed doing. The bus was an old school bus donated by a great man, Bill Fleming, who owned the feed mill in my hometown, Clinton. With our population at 3,200, we were very similar in size and scope to Humboldt, Sask., home of the Broncos. Now this old rig was no ordinary school bus. It had been customized, tricked out with booths, card tables with built in drink holders, a shower, fridge

MIKE WILLISCRAFT and other features. This was the “pimped out” ride of the Clinton Colts Inter-County Men’s baseball club. The stuff of legend in a small town. The guys needed a pitcher. My first local baseball idol, Mark Nicholson – boy did he have a heater and a curveball to go with – blew his arm out. Other options had a few too many miles on the odometer to start, so they called me, an 18-year-old kid playing midget ball. I still remember showing up at my first Colts practice and getting a uniform, which I still have. Big time stuff, let me tell you. My first road game, Labatt Park in London. Now that was cool because the AAA London Tigers were playing there then. That was the best ballpark I ever played in. I can’t imagine taking grounders a pro infield, Labatt Parks turf was like glass, smooth and true. The crowd, 750800, not really sure, but also the biggest crowd I played in front of. I remember every detail, but the bus ride was the best. I didn’t know anyone, really, except by name or reputation. I was at least 10 years younger than most of the guys, 15-20 years

younger than others, so I was quite the curiosity. Drinking stories? Pit parties? Who was dating who? They wanted details as I was the same age or very close to some of their kids or family members. Drinking? I had a few stories. Girls? It was hard to bluff that topic as I would not describe myself as worldly at the time. I was painfully shy well into my 20s, which of course these grizzled veterans could sense, so they had a lot of fun at my expense. The bus was where I got the gears, earned my dues and, eventually, became part of the team. I don’t know when that happened, exactly, but it did. The bus was where, if you had an issue with someone, the “discussion” went down because – when we all stepped off the bus – we were one unit, a team. You depend on that group of guys on and off the field. I am quite sure bus trips are quite different now. You could have 30 people with earbuds burrowed into ears for music buffs or gamers while texty texters would tap away. Ya, I sound old, but back in my day, there was none of that and I am 100 per cent glad about that. I got to play 1.5 seasons on the club and ride that bus, then college came along and it was time to grow up in a whole different manner. And I got to grow up. That was a point not lost on me when I watched coverage at different points over the last few days from Saskatchewan. Again, utterly imaginable pain. As with everyone else, my heart, thoughts and prayers go out to all effected.


Growth demand questions need answers: reader Dear Editor, A Pyrrhic victory? So the developer capitulated and offers to redesign the proposed Main St/Doran Avenue building to four stories! Grimsbarians may have won this battle, but certainly not ‘The War’ The frenzy to cover the West end with concrete has already cost us the loss of prime lakefront where so much could have been done to grow our economy. So long as the present government’s Ministry of Economic Development and Growth sets ridiculous goals for intensification in small towns, and municipal councils sit back and let it happen, the cancer of infilling downtown sites with high rise monoliths will continue to spread. Why does Niagara need more residents?  What is the real purpose of intensification in existing communities? What are the benefits? These are questions which need answers. With both municipal and provincial elec-

Letters tions coming this year, all political candidates should be badgered for clear answers on this topic. Niagara needs employment opportunities for the thousands of unemployed in this region! Not more people! Niagara needs to preserve its historical past, but also look to its future as a dynamic economic component of Ontario. With intelligent planning this could be achieved! What is missing is the’ intelligent component’! In my opinion the Niagara region is being surreptitiously sacrificed to the ambitions of mass transit and high density residential supporters. A greater tax base (municipal and income) is seen as the goal achievable with the least effort. Ontario has thousands of acres of lands where new communities could be built. Over 80% of Ontarians live within 100km of the

Canada/ US border, but this level of creative expansion would need intelligent planning, something which present government sadly lacks. Niagara does NOT need to become a commuter based entity where its residents have no option but to use transportation (public or private) in or-

der to get to work. Niagara is one of the most beautiful areas of Canada with a vibrant wine and tourist industry and a significant history in Canada’s development. Let’s make sure it stays that way by continuing to raise our voices in support of our past and future heritage. Brian Merritt

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