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Bridge toll idea floats back to city hall to help finance fixed link sidered as part of the financing formula,” said Gerard Hunt, city hall’s chief administrator. The potential toll strategy doesn’t sit well with Pittsburgh district councillor Brian Reitzel, who says east-end residents would strongly oppose it. “That will never fly with the majority of residents. I’m convinced of that.” He says the more realistic solution is to seek two-thirds financing from the provincial and federal governments, plus using development charges and the city’s own infrastructure fund to pay for a third crossing, estimated to cost at least $120 million. Coun. Reitzel points out the

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EMC News – Kingston’s plan to build a third bridge over the Great Cataraqui River could take a toll on motorists who use it. City officials say they have not ruled out the possibility of financing the bridge through a public-private partnership that includes charging a road toll – similar to the operation of Highway 407 through the Torontoarea. “Tolls is an option. Whether or not it’s a serious option is a different story. But it would be an option that would be con-

city’s share of financing a 1.1 kilometre fixed link between John Counter Boulevard and Gore Road, if senior governments each contribute one-third of the total cost, would be no more than what the city spent to construct the K-Rock Centre and Invista Centre. Those two projects cost a combined $84 million, the majority of it funded through long-term municipal debt payments. Councillors are still a long way from deciding how to finance the third crossing, but the toll option remains on the table for now as part of a staff information report that was discussed at their February 19 meeting.

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Staff say they will look at any revenue sources to help finance the bridge unless council instructs otherwise. “We have always identified that it would take a different mix of funding to be able to build the crossing. It will be a combination of taxation, development charges, grants and other sources if we can find them,” Hunt explained. The bridge toll concept was first raised in the 1990s when a private company approached city hall with an unsolicited offer to build a third crossing in exchange for the right to levy a fee on users. However, the offer was neither endorsed nor acted

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New study outlines cost, timeline to get Kingston’s third crossing ‘shovel ready’ By Bill Hutchins Reporter

EMC News – The city now has a clearer picture of what it will take to get the third crossing bridge project ‘shovel ready.’ But it won’t come cheap. Staff estimate it will cost between $6.6 million and $7.9 million, with a timeline of 42 months, just to do the necessary pre-construction groundwork for the much-talked about bridge linking John Counter Boulevard and Gore Road. The funding would cover vital ground work such as final bridge design, finalizing intersection and shoreline improvements at both ends of the bridge, revised transportation studies and a financing strategy. The estimated actual bridge construction price would vary between $120 million and $190 million, depending on whether it’s two or four lanes wide. Coun. Brian Reitzel, who pushed for the shovel ready status report, says the 42-month timeline is too long for his liking. “I had expected a shorter window of opportunity,” he said. The east end councillor wants to fast track the preliminary work so the bridge construction can begin in about two or three years from now, ideally before the council term expires. “If we wait too long and don’t make it a po-

litical priority it’s going to fall off the edge of table. You just don’t know what the make-up of the next council will be.” Staff say they can overlap some of the studies to complete the prep work within 30 months, but point out a longer timeline would provide more accurate cost estimates. Councillors received the staff information report at their February 19 meeting, but took no action on it yet. They likely won’t decide when to launch the multimillion dollar pre-bridge work, and how to pay for it, until their next round of priority-setting talks this spring. Coun. Reitzel says successive councils have talked about the fixed link project “forever” and the time has now come to get moving on it, noting he repeatedly hears comments from frustrated residents who don’t expect to see it built in their lifetime. “Say we can do it all within six years. That takes us to 2019. That works out reasonably well to have a bridge in there by then.” The longer the city waits, the less likely the project will qualify for the next round of government grants, he added, noting shovel ready infrastructure projects are usually first-in-line for any federal and provincial infrastructure cost-sharing programs.

Artists rendering of proposed third crossing bridge Reitzel points out the third crossing would be the only cityowned transportation link over the Great Cataraqui River, aside from provincially-owned Highway 401 and the federally-owned LaSalle Causeway. But questions still remain about whether a new bridge is

actually needed. Some suggest that existing routes - including the newly-widened 401 - may be able to handle Kingston’s future traffic demands. Coun. Jim Neill says it’s important the pre-bridge work will include updating the city’s Transportation Master Plan with

new traffic counts along the existing routes “so we don’t end up building a $200 million bridge.” Mark Van Buren, the city’s director of engineering, told council that revised traffic counts will be done to “re-validate” the findings of the initial environmental study that deter-

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Dead highway trees bad School trustees shut for city’s image; Council out of city council’s tells MTO district boundary vote By Bill Hutchins Reporter

EMC News – It’s time to get out the chainsaw. City council is asking the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) to start doing regular tree maintenance along a 37-kilometre stretch of the Highway 401 corridor through Kingston. Coun. Jeff Scott says dead or dying trees along the highway do not create a good first impression for tourists. “They’ve got trees out there that are completely dead right in the middle of the highway and they just don’t look great for a tourist town.” Coun. Scott says MTO changed its highway landscaping policy so only trees that are a threat to traffic are removed. His motion asks the ministry to restore regular highway maintenance to include the “pruning of dead tree limbs and the removal of dead trees for aesthetic reasons.” “It’s improper mainte-

nance,” he says of MTO’s current policy. “We couldn’t get away with that in the City of Kingston. We have property standards bylaws to make sure residents don’t do that to their neighbours.” Coun. Scott plans to present the council-approved motion to transportation minister Glen Murray at the upcoming Ontario Good Roads conference, along with a series of photographs to illustrate his point that barren highway trees are an eyesore. He says there’s a certain irony to the MTO’s practice of planting new trees along the 401, but no policy to properly maintain them. He points to newly-planted trees along the recently reconstructed interchange at the 401 and Division Street. “One area has new trees and there are dead ones nearby.” He added: “Why on earth are you planting new trees when you have no intention of maintaining them.” CAO Contract

City council has extended the contract of its chief administrative officer (CAO) for another five years. Gerard Hunt, who first became Kingston city hall’s CAO in 2008, will have his contract renewed until the fall of 2018. “This will be my second term,” he added. Hunt says he’s looking forward to meeting the challenge of balancing service priorities while keeping property taxes as low as possible - dual policies of council. He touts the phased-in launch of Kingston Transit’s new express service, in 2013 and 2015, as important accomplishments of the next few years. Hunt also says conflicting meeting schedules will delay council’s upcoming strategic priority meetings to April. The sessions will determine council’s priorities for its remaining two years in office. Hunt is also city hall’s highest paid bureaucrat, pulling in a salary of more than $191,000 in 2011.

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EMC News – City councillors don’t want a 14th member sitting at their table. They have rejected the mayor’s unusual request to allow a school board representative to join their formal deliberations to decide new district boundaries for the 2014 civic election. Limestone District School Board trustees have a vested stake in redrawing the civic election map since their urban election boundaries mirror those of a city councillor. Council says the school board’s elected officials are welcome to provide a briefing on the redrawn lines through a public delegation, but they cannot join the actual debate and vote as the mayor had requested. “It would be unorthodox,” mayor Mark Gerretsen acknowledged. However, he says boundary changes would impact the way trustees are elected and they deserve to join the 13-member council’s upcoming debate on the final staff recommendations. The mayor also says it would promote a good working relationship between councillors and trustees. “They genuinely need to feel their voice is heard on a matter that directly impacts them.” The Limestone board has five elected trustees from the City of Kingston who

represent all 12 municipal districts. But instead of having one trustee per district, as City Hall does, each trustee represents two or three districts at a time. The mayor’s motion would have required a twothirds vote to waive council’s own procedural bylaw to allow one or more designates from the school board to “participate in the council discussion.” But others say allowing trustees to become de facto councillors – with the same debating and voting privileges – sets an awkward precedent. “I don’t think we should forfeit the debate … on how we do business,” said Coun. Dorothy Hector. “In the future, others will come,” said Coun. Kevin George. He says the school board should be treated as other stakeholders and invited to provide a briefing to council, but should not be allowed to have a direct voice or vote in the final outcome. Instead of approving the mayor’s motion, council amended it on a 10-2 vote to invite the school board to provide a briefing on the final boundary recommendations. The city is currently examining a variety of scenarios to redraw the 12 district boundaries for the first time since the 1998 amalgamation to better reflect shifting population trends and the growth of new neighbourhoods.

There has been some debate over the definition of “effective representation” with some councillors favouring district boundaries that reflect the city’s total population – including post-secondary students and other transient voters – as opposed to the past practice of district populations based solely on the property assessment and Censussupplied data of registered electors. The outcome could have a serious impact on the future boundaries of Sydenham and Williamsville districts that have a large population of full-time students who are not registered to vote. If Kingston’s 24,000plus university and college student population is included in the new district boundary count, the average number of residents per district would be slightly more than 11,500. A final staff recommendation on the revamped boundaries is expected to be presented to council in March or April.

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GriefShare. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. GriefShare is a support group for anyone who has lost a loved one. The group meets on Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. at Westside Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, starting on March 5, and Thursday afternoons from 1-2:30 p.m. at Bayridge Alliance Church in the Fireside Room, starting on March 7. For more information or to register call 613-384-7306 or email the jmkooy@ gmail.com. Are you troubled by someone’s drinking? Call Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups, 613-384-2134. Kingston Business & Professional Women’s Club monthly dinner/ speaker meeting Wednesday, March 13 at Smitty’s Restaurant, 2376 Princess St. (Chapters Plaza). 5:30 p.m. - networking; 6 p.m. - order from the menu; 7:30 p.m. - speaker Alita Battey-Pratt, past historian & editor for Frontenac Historical Society, published author. Alita will give a Book Report on ‘Writing the Revolution’ written by Michele Landsberg. A journalist and women’s activist, Michele takes the best of her 3,000 newspaper columns over 25 years and reflects on women’s lives in Canada. Ladies, please join us. All welcome. Contact Mary (613) 3840076, mebeach@cogeco.ca. Kingston Horticultural Society meeting on March 14 at 7:30 p.m. with speaker Eric Weese discussing Pruning Trees and Shrubs. Held at the Ongwanada Resource Centre, 191 Portsmouth Ave. Admission for nonmembers. New members welcome. For more information, refer to www. ikweb.com/khs/ or contact Brenda at 613-389-8895. The Adult Rendezvous Club (ARC), based at St. Paul the Apostle R.C. Church Hall, 1111 Taylor Kidd Blvd., in Kingston, meet for Contract Bridge, Progressive Euchre and board games Thursdays, 1-3:30 p.m. from September to June. Yearly membership. For more info call 613-548-7936 or 613-389-0968. Beginner Yoga Classes - Ladies Only - West Kingston - Wednesday evenings, 6:45 - 8 p.m.. or Friday mornings, 9:15 - 10:30 a.m. Start any time - For more info please contact Sharon Price @ 384-1547 or sharonruthprice@gmail.com. Shout Sister Choir welcomes new members. Practices are Tuesday evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Kingston Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. www.shoutsisterchoir.ca.

Giant Book & Music Sale. Volunteers are needed to help sort donated books, CDs, and puzzles for the Seniors Association’s Giant Book & Music Sale. Volunteers also needed for the sale which takes place at The Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St on April 12 & 13. Call Jean Lawson at 613.548.7810. The original (9th year) 3 on 3 Youth Hockey, the only 3 on 3 using full ice. Non-stop, non-contact action with an emphasis on fun (lots of breakaways). Beginning Wednesday, March 20. Pre-registration required. First week at the Kingston Memorial Centre. All others at the Invista Centre, Rona ice pad. No deposit required. Payment due March 20. Limited number of spaces. First ice time for 8-12 year olds, second ice time for children 13 and up. For info and to register contact Steve at 613-389-1606. Previous participants: Taylor Hall of the NHL; Tim Revell, OHA & NCAA recruited; Beau Conley; Katie Milligan; and Jessa McAuliffe. Bereaved Families of Ontario Kingston Region Mothers’ Night: An evening for mothers to share the loss of a child of any age, due to any circumstances, with other mothers in a warm and confidential environment. Please phone 613-634-1230 for more information. Held on Tuesday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m. downstairs in the Lounge at Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Home – Township Chapel, 435 Davis Drive. Please Park in the Left-Side Lot and Use the Right-Side Main Entrance. Kingston Irish Folk Club St. Patrick’s week events: March 9: St. Patrick’s Day Parade at 1 p.m. at the celtic cross in skeleton (mcburney) park (assemble 12:30 p.m.) The annual parade leaves after the commemoration ceremony via clergy street, then down Princess Street to Ontario Street and city hall. Post parade ceili at the Tir na nOg from 2-4:30 p.m. Celtic Jam Session and singalong from 8-9 p.m., also at the Tir na nOg. March 10: Bodhran (Irish hand help drum) workshop for beginners, 7:15-8 p.m., followed by a regular drum circle beginning at 8 p.m. at Ben’s Pub and Restaurant -105 Clergy Street). March 13: Music gettogether at Ben’s Pub and Restaurant. Overcomer’sAssembly Prayer Room, 1187 Princess St. Kingston will have their church open for personal prayer times Tuesday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Everyone welcome. Friday night karaoke March 1 hosted by Showman’s Karaoke from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the lounge of the Royal

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your own partner. There will also be a Meat Spin March 2 from 1-4 p.m. Everyone welcome.

Seniors Walk to the Beat Plus Stretch and Strength six week courses held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays. Senior’s Boomer Modified Yoga-Fit with all standing poses and activities.Golf for Gals six week mini clinics designed to improve distance/ accuracy of the ball, as well as addressing injuries specific to golf. Join us at 50+ Fitness. For location and additional info on all classes, please call Dee at 613-389-6540. VON SMART (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together) exercise classes. Come and join our fun and friendly low impact fitness classes designed for Seniors. Classes include cardio, strength training and stretching with no mat work. Five convenient locations in Kingston. First trial class is free! For location and information call Joanne 613-634-0130 ext. 414 or email joanne.irvine@von.ca. DivorceCare support group: for anyone going through the pain of separation or divorce. Meets weekly for 13 weeks on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. starting Feb. 13 at Westside Fellowship Christian Reformed Church (1021 Woodbine Rd). For more information: outreach@wfcrc. ca or 613-384-7306. Quill Lecture Series March 3 at 2 p.m. in Goodes Hall, 143 Union St. The Cornish Wonder and the Belle of Norwich: John and Amelia Opie and a Marriage of the Arts. Shelley King, Professor, Department of English Literature and Language, Queen’s University. For more info call 613549-1910. Rideau Trail Kingston Club Little Cataraqui Conservation Area hike Saturday, March 2. Ski or walk this popular trail at a moderate pace for about 10 km. Observe the wildlife in its natural habitat and socialize with old and new friends over lunch in a cozy, warm environment. Come out, enjoy the outdoors and fresh air and celebrate the seasonal delights. Departure time is 10 a.m. Details: (613)548-3003. Lemoine Point Walk Sunday, March 3. Put a spring in your step along this beautiful lakeside park with an invigorating, easy 8 km. walk. A great place to watch for telltale signs of Spring and seasonal transformation. Departure time is 9:30 a.m. Details: (613)544-6022. Both hikes depart from the Canadian Tire Parking Lot at the Kingston Centre

Bluegrass weekly jam every Thursday at 7 p m at Ben’s Pub, 105 Clergy St., Kingston. No cover charge. Everyone welcome, whether you play or come to listen. For info Sandra 613-546-1509. Join the drum circle at Ben’s Pub (105 Clergy St.) every Sunday from 8-10 p.m. No experience is necessary. This is a casual, come-whenyou-can circle open to all. Bring hand drums (i.e. the West African djembe, Middle Eastern doumbek, Bodhran Irish frame drum, South American cajon), shakers, flutes, and other instruments. If you don’t have any, we have extras on hand. Come to play or just sit back and watch. Free. Wheelchair accessible. The ‘Silver Wings’ welcomes exservice members from all branches. Join us at the Wing 416, Kingston, for a fun lunch and social every third Sunday at 1 p.m. For more details and info please contact Molly at 613-389-6120. The Kingston Heirloom Quilters welcomes new members. We meet 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., at St. John’s Anglican Church Hall, 41 Church St., in Portsmouth Village. Guests are welcome. Please bring a lunch and enjoy the company of fellow quilters throughout the day. Learn to quilt or improve your skills in a friendly, relaxed group. 2013 Winter/Spring Dates: March 5, March 21, April 2, April 18. For further information please visit our website at www. quiltskingston.org. Cataraqui Canoe Club – Saturday, March 3: Ski at Rock Dunbar – Join us for a winter exploration of this scenic wilderness area (230 acres). This adventure ski at Rock Dunbar has been a club favourite hike in the past. The summit offers a panoramic view of the Rideau Waterway. Call for details: 613-382-8682, www. cataraquicanoe.on.ca. Kings Town Trekkers walk Sunday, March 10 from the Holiday Inn. Registration at 1:30 p.m. in the fitness centre. Walk begins at 2 p.m. The annual SweetART fundraiser for the Kingston School of Art and the Window Art Gallery will feature works by Marsha Gormley, now until March 2. Please check out www.ksoa.info for details on the SweetART Daily Auction. Closing Reception and Final Sales: Sunday, March 3, 2-4 p.m.

Frontenac County Childcare Centre at Lancaster Drive Public School, a home away from home offering licenced childcare programs led by Registered Early Childhood Educators. Preschool program: 2.5 TO 6 years of age. New toddler program: 18 months to 2.5 years of age. Play based program that follows the children’s interests: literacy, drama, science, math, fine and gross motor, music, sensory, learning circle, school readiness. Visit us at 1020 Lancaster Dr. or call 613-634-1318 for more information. Canadian Blood Services blood donor clinic every Tuesday and Wednesday, 3-7 p.m. March 7 Thursday clinic 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3-7 p.m. Where: 850 Gardiners Rd., Unit B. Are you sick? Depressed? You are welcome to Kingston Healing Clinic where trained personnel will pray for you. Every Monday between 6-9 p.m. 999 Sydenham Rd., Kingston. Third Day Worship Centre. We believe in miracles.

Epilepsy Resource Centre Speaker Night in Kingston. This event will be held on Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. at Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room E229, 68 University Ave. Kingston. The evening’s topic is “Living Well With Epilepsy: Stories and Strategies”. Everyone is welcomed to attend this free event. Freedom From Debt – Sunday, March 3 at 10 a.m. and a free seminar Sunday evening, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Kingston West Free Methodist Church, 1575 Woodbine Rd. Plan to attend and invite your family and friends. For more information go to www.kingstonwestfmc.ca or call (613) 384-8878. Bath Artisans will be having a show and sale at Town-Coffee Plus, 4501 Bath Rd., Amherstview, daily until April 30.

World Day of Prayer, Friday,k March 1 at 1:30 p.m. at Edith Rankin Memorial United Church - 4080 Bath Rd. Open Shuffleboard Tournament Saturday, March 2 at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 623 on County Rd. 4 in Millhaven. Registration starts at 11 a.m. Play starts at 12 p.m. Entry Fee applies. Bring

39 Club of Kingston Dance Friday, March 1. Music by Jeff Code & Silver Wings. 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Collins Bay Royal Canadian Legion 631, 4034 Bath Rd. Singles and Couples welcome. Dress Code in effect. Keep Our Hospitals Public Campaign launch, Monday, March 4 at 11:30 a.m. at the LaSalle Mews, outside of John Gerretsen’s constituency office, Princess and Bagot Street. The campaign song will be released and the date of the vote to Keep Our Hospitasl Public will be announced. Contact 613-374-5211. At 6:30 p.m. that evening there will be a campaign kick-off rally and information session in the Wilson Room at the Public library, 130 Johnson Street. All Welcome, no charge. Attention veterans, ex-service men and women and dependents: The Royal Canadian Legion Ontario Command Service Bureau Officer, Mrs. Patricia Royle will be visiting Branch 560, Kingston, on Tuesday, March 19 at 9 a.m. Anyone wishing for information, advice or assistance regarding war disability pensions, treatment for entitled veterans, application for benevolent fund assistance, and appeals against adverse original applications for war veterans and widows allowance, is requested to contact the Branch Service Officer or Branch Secretary of the local branch, 734 Montreal St., at 613-548-4570. New afternoon Shout Sister Choir. Information meeting at 1 p.m., March 5 at the Kingston Unitarian Hall, 206 Concession St., Kingston.Contact to register and for details: manager@ shoutsisterchoir.ca. www.shoutsisterchoir.ca. The Catholic School Council at Holy Cross is hosting a presentation by Dr. Jean M. Clinton, MD, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University entitled The Adolescent Brain: Why teens do the things they do. The presentation will speak to the teen brain being under construction, what has been learned about brain development and how the environment and experience plays a key role in this development. Risk taking, novelty seeking, and risk of substance abuse will be discussed. Tuesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. followed by Q&A Session. There is no cost to attend and everyone is welcome. Questions - Contact Catherine Pollitt, Chair - Parent Council 613-547-3696.

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EMC Lifestyle - Although Father kept telling Mother there was a lot of winter left, Mother refused to believe him. She was sure she saw a robin. Father said it was a blackbird.  I was never sure if Mother hated the winter because we were locked in for weeks, only venturing as far as church and Briscoe’s General Store, with trips into Renfrew – only if it was necessary – or because she remembered milder weather this time of year in her beloved New York City. But by the time February started to wane, Mother’s

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day, under piles of blankets, she was prepared to visit her warm-weather customers so that she could have what was called back then, “egg money.” There were things she needed.  She had written out a list, and we dressed like mummies, with hot bricks at our feet. We set out, just Mother and me, for the long cold trip into Renfrew. Queenie’s breath seemed to freeze in the air, and the cutter cut deep into the snow along the  Northcote Side Road, but the fur rug, wrapped tight to our chins, kept us warm.  Mother was in much better spirits than she had been all week, for which I was grateful.  We headed right for Walker’s Store after Mother got rid of the chickens, butter and eggs, and her little change purse bulged with coins from her sales.  She seemed to know exactly what she was looking for

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this week,” the sales clerk said, and I knew she was wondering if Mother could spare such a portly sum. She could indeed. Hadn’t we just sold a cutter full of chickens, butter and eggs? We left the store with four pieces of Dan River Cotton, all in the palest of colours, and even though they had been put into a Walker’s Store paper bag, I could smell the sweetness of the new material as I carried the parcel back to the cutter.  After a stop at the drug store, we headed back to the farm, and I sat huddled under the fur rug with the parcel of material clutched tight to my chest. After supper, with all of us sitting around the big pine table,  with the exception of Father who was in his usual spot in front of the Findlay Oval,  Mother took out the pieces of Dan River Cotton and spread them out before her.  They would

become house dresses, and blouses for Audrey and me, and fill many an hour for Mother working her magic on the old treadle Singer sewing machine. Before it was bedtime, we could hear the wind picking up outside and, as it always did when that happened, the back door shuddered with the storm’s onset. Father put another log, as long as a broom handle, into the stove, and Audrey without being asked, rolled up two small braided rugs and put them at the bottoms of the doors leading outside and into the summer kitchen.  The kitchen was as warm as we could make it. So Father was right.  The back of winter had not been broken; there was more to come.  As the storm raged outside, Mother let out a deep sigh, and rubbed her hands over the new pieces of Dan River Cotton.

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Kingston Driver Refresher Course Wednesday, March 6, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Seniors Centre, 613-548-7810. Seniors: refresh your driving skills as you increase your knowledge about new rules and road signs and prepare for your driving test. Cost includes a workbook, lunch, refreshments. T’ai Chi Chih, twenty gentle movements that promote health of body, mind and spirit. Beginners’ Level One, 7 lessons, at 1200 Princess St. at 4:20 p.m. Fridays, starting March 8 (omit Mar. 15, 29) . Everyone is a beginner, so there is careful, patient instruction. Phone Sr. Kay, 613-544-4525 x175, or e-mail to sr.kay.morrell@providence.ca. Indoor yard sale at 560 Legion, Montreal Street, March 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Something for everyone. The Napanee Chapter of the Business Men’s Fellowship in Canada will host a banquet on March 8, at Selby Community Hall at 6:30 p.m. Reservations must be in by March 5. Men, ladies and youth are welcome. Guest speaker is: Bob Gray. Special music by “Psallo”. Catering by Linda C.Bates. For tickets call Andre 613-377-6710, Rev. John

Hilliard 613-352-5691, Garfield 613-354-9235. Singles Only Club of Kingston events. On Friday, March 1 we will be at RAXX at 5:30 p.m. for our Friday Night Steak Dinner Special. Non members welcome. RAXX is located at 665 Development Dr. On Saturday, March 2, enjoy a turkey dinner at St. Paul’s United Church from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The ladies at St. Paul’s will serve you up a home cooked turkey dinner with all the fixings. Located at 6800 Church St., Harrowsmith. Registration for the Thousand Islands Minor Football League 2013 spring football season is now open at www.timfl.com. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. The season runs from mid-April (pre-season practices) until the end of June. We have clubs that practice out of Gananoque SS, Frontenac SS, Regiopolis-Notre Dame, Lasalle SS and Sydenham HS. Age divisions: Bantam (1999, 2000), Pee Wee (2001, 2002), Atom: (2003, 2004). For more information email – monsourd@limestone.on.ca, follow us @timfltweets or like us on Facebook.

Kingston The Baha’i Community of Kingston welcomes everyone to a devotional gathering on the theme of Tests & Difficulties on Saturday, March 9 at 2:30 p.m. at 99 York St. Further info:bahais@kingston.net 613634-0767. St. Patrick’s Dance Wednesday, March 13, 7:30 p.m. at The Seniors Centre, 613-548-7810. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early by dancing the night away with DJ Shirley Skinner. Cost includes refreshments (no alcohol). Graham’s Pharmacy Clinic Monday, March 11: Diabetic Foot Care. Appointments are 20 minutes in duration. Just call or come in to book your appointment, 328 King Street East, (613)542-4111. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 631 in Collins Bay is proud to present Chuckwagon Express from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, March 2. Euchre every Sunday at 1 p.m. Registration at 12:30 p.m. For more info, call 613-389-6605.

Baroque Tavern Night hosted by the Melos Choir and Chamber Orchestra. Be of good Cheer! Come and enjoy music by members and friends of Melos, as you munch on

Frontenac delectable refreshments and learn about the history of beer. Cash bar available to explore what you’ve learned. Friday, March 8, at 7 p.m., at St. George’s Hall, St. George’s Cathedral, Wellington Street at Johnson Street, in downtown Kingston. Advance sales only! Tickets at St. George’s Cathedral, Novel Idea, and The Church Bookroom.

Frontenac St. Paul’s United Church, Hwy 38 Harrowsmith, will be hosting a turkey dinner with all the trimmings including homemade pie on Saturday, March 2, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Children 6 and under are free. Take out is available. Southern Frontenac Community Services Corporation offers a Caregiver Support Drop-in the second Tuesday of every month from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Grace Centre in Sydenham. This is an opportunity for those who are Caregivers to enjoy a cup of coffee/tea with other Caregivers in a safe and supportive environment. It is possible, with prior arrangements, to bring your loved one with you who will be cared for by caring and qualified staff of the Adult Day Service. For

Frontenac more information please contact Mary Gaynor-Briese, Caregiver Support at 613-376-6477. Sunbury TOPS Chapter meet every Monday evening, weigh-in 5:30 p.m. meeting begins at 6 p.m. Everyone welcome. Come and join a supportive weight loss group to take off pounds sensibly. For info chrisintops@hotmail.com. SMART (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together) exercise class every Thursday from 10-11 a.m. at the Grace Centre, 4295 Stagecoach Rd. in Sydenham. Fun, Low Impact fitness class, no mat work. Call Joanne at 613634-0130 ext. 414 or email joanne. irvine@von.ca. Frontenac 4-H Association Rally and Sign Up Night, Friday March 1 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Glenburnie United Church, 1028 Unity Rd. Contact Ann Babcock at 613-3722974 or bababcock@hotmail.ca for more information. 4-H Ontario new leader and youth leader training, Friday March 8, 7 p.m. Same location. March 1 Regular Youth Dance at the Golden Links Hall Harrowsmith from 7-10 p.m. for ages 9-15. For

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EMC Editorial - Anyone who has followed my column over the last couple of years knows I have a bit of an obsession with roller derby. For a long time, my only real outlets for this interest were watching the movie Whip It and attending the occasional live local bout. Later, through my work, I had the good fortune to meet a number of Kingston Derby Girls. They were kind enough to invite me to one their practices, where they attempted to teach me how to skate. I was, in a word, wobbly. Still, I maintained the hope that someday I would be out there with them, speeding around the flat track, dodging and blocking opponents, maybe even sending a girl or two flying. To this day, it’s hard for me to imagine anything that could possibly be

more fun. The trouble is, before you can do these things you need to be a competent skater, and pass a Minimum Skills Requirement test (MSR) that permits you to join one of the KDG’s three teams. After giving birth last April I was feeling pretty invincible, and decided to sign up for the league’s fall Fresh Meat camp, which prepares skaters for said test. Fresh Meat turned out to be the second most physically challenging event of my life (need I even mention the first?), but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I accomplished at least a dozen things I never thought my body was capable of: I jumped over a pool noodle on roller skates; I glided on one foot from one side of the track to the other; I skated in a pack without getting trampled on. I also found many strong, inspiring women among my instructors and fellow students. Many were mothers who understood what life was like for me with a six-monthold at home. Many were gifted athletes whom I admired for their mad derby skills. All were very patient and non-

judgmental toward those of us who were a little slow catching on to the moves. Somehow, though, I managed to sort-of master most of the required skills, and by the end of the camp only one thing eluded me: speed. To pass the MSRs, you need to be able to skate 25 times around the track in five minutes. The first time I tried, I managed 17 laps. By the last week, I was hovering around 23, unable to break 24, let alone 25. To make matters worse, I was the only “Freshie” who had not at some point accomplished the 25 laps. I don’t know if it was fear of going so fast, lack of balance, or that I was psyching myself out. Whatever the reason for my failings, I began to feel self-conscious. It was like Grade 7 gym class all over again, only instead of being hit in the face with the volleyball I was supposed to bump over the net, I was tripping over my own feet at breakneck speed and landing flat on my stomach. Thus, I found myself at a crossroads. Should I skip the test and remember Fresh Meat for what it had been up to that

In Our Opinion point: a positive experience that allowed me to make new friends and become a stronger person all around? Or should I taint the memory forever by clinging to some Edisonian notion of failing being more worthy than quitting, and humiliate myself by being the only one to not pass the MSRs? So I skipped the test, and I’m glad I did. Naturally, I sometimes wonder “what if” when I see all my Fresh Meat counterparts gearing up for the 2013 season. What if the timer had miraculously malfunctioned while I was doing my laps and 30 seconds were shaved from my time? What if my guardian angel had come to my aid and given me that extra push I needed? Alas, I don’t believe in guardian angels, and our instructors used their smartphones’ timers, which are generally quite reliable. Maybe I’ll try Fresh Meat again this year and finally make my 25 laps. Or maybe good sense will prevail and I’ll accept the fact that my place is the sidelines rather than the flat track. Either way, I think I’m destined to be a derby fan for life.

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Artists Keith Cornell, Gary Matthews and Mariel Waddell invite area residents Into the Woods Kcoughlar@perfprint.ca

EMC Lifestyle – Beginning March 19, Kingston Glass Studio and Gallery is inviting area residents to explore Canada’s wilderness through the eyes of three regional artists. Into the Woods is an exhibit featuring the works of landscape artist Keith Cornell, wood turner Gary Matthews and glass artist Mariel Waddell. Waddell, who is also coowner of the Kingston Glass Studio and Gallery, said the initial inspiration for the show came after she saw Cornell’s work. “When I saw Keith’s art I knew I wanted to do a show with him,” she said. Cornell shares his passion for the outdoors thorough his acrylic landscape scenes of Hastings and Northumberland counties and Algonquin Provincial Park. Waddell said she was inspired by his work. She approached him about making pieces geared to his paintings. “His pieces are so Canadian based and from the start I’ve been doing work that is Caribbean based, “ Waddell explained, noting that she is from Trinidad. She has also lived in other tropical countries, which has helped form the foundation

of her inspiration. “This show, I’m kind of changing my ways and using the same techniques—sculpting and adding glass bits to a form—and creating trees. I’m going from my Caribbean inspiration to more of a Canadian experience. We’re gong to be making glass acorns and glass maple leafs; it’s really going to be a Canadian forest theme,” she said. This type of collaborative exhibit will be a first for Cornell, who said he typically has one-man shows in galleries across the province. “I’m really looking forward to this,” he said. At the exhibit, Cornell will showcase some of his latest works. He recently moved from the City of Toronto to the village of Castleton, located in the rural township of Cramahe. The artist said the move has had a positive impact on his work. “It’s made a big difference living right in the middle of the bush. I just have to walk out of the front door to paint,” he said. “My work seems to have improved. It seems easier to paint and I have fewer duds and more successes.” Approximately a dozen of those successes will be on display during Into the Woods. Also on exhibit will be works by Matthews. Matthews

The work of artists Keith Cornell, Mariel Waddell and Gary Matthews is featured in Into the Woods, an exhibit running March 19 to June 16 at the Kingston Glass Studio and Gallery. Photo/Kristen Coughlar has been turning bowls in his workshop near the village of Tamworth for 22 years. His work is carried by the Kingston Glass Studio and Gallery, and is meant to be both functional and ornamental. Like Cornell, this will be Matthews’ first collaborative

exhibit. “I think it’s great because you get more of a vast interest from people,” he said of the show and the varying mediums represented. “It will appeal to a wide range of people.” Waddell said it was only natural to ask Matthews to be a

part of Into the Woods. “Just look at his work…He just fit right into the theme,” she said. Waddell said she believes the Into the Woods exhibit will resonate with area residents. She believes she might even see people buying multiple pieces.

“If you see the card we did, it has a painting in the background, a vase and bowl in the front. It just ties in so well; it becomes one big piece.” Into the Woods runs March 19 to June 16. There will be an opening reception March 21 from 7-9 p.m.

www.City of Kingston.ca PRINCESS STREET RECONSTRUCTION

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The next phase of the total reconstruction of lower Princess Street begins next week. Although this remains a two-year project, most of the major work will be done this year and will be substantially complete, allowing Princess Street to open by Canada Day.

Sustainable Turfcare Management Plan Information Sessions

This year’s work will replace storm and sanitary sewers, water and electrical lines, street lights, traffic signals and street furniture on: Princess from King to Bagot; King from Princess to Queen; Bagot from Brock to Queen; and Wellington, from Brock to Princess. To accommodate this work, King Street is closed between Princess and Queen streets until mid April and Princess Street is closed between King and Wellington streets until mid June. Businesses in the construction area remain open and accessible. Need to get to Princess between King and Ontario? Motorists can turn onto it from King approaching from the south. Come at it from the Brock Street side.

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Monday, March 4, 7 to 9 p.m., Portsmouth Olympic Harbour (Press Lounge) Wednesday, March 6, 7 to 9 p.m., the INVISTA Centre (Room A/B) The City is hosting two open houses on a Sustainable Turfcare Management Plan. The objective of the plan is a coordinated turfcare management strategy that improves the longevity and quality of turf on sport fields and in parks, promotes environmental sustainability, enhances the park experience for all users and reduces turfcare maintenance costs through operational efficiencies. Passive naturalization is being recommended for areas within parks that are not actively programmed, are adjacent to watercourses, contain steep slopes or have terrain that is hard to maintain. Passive naturalization is a practice of permitting grass to grow long, over seeding the area with meadow grass seed blends and maintaining these areas on a seasonal basis.

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The following parks have been identified for passive naturalization areas: Parks: 100 Foot, Ashton, Bayshore, Castell, Cataraqui Woods, Cloverdale, Edenwood, Gardenwalk, Garrigan,Hudson, Caton’s , Lafleur, LaSalle, Lawrence, Lila Burke, Lions Civic Gardens, McCullough (west), Meadowbrook, Oak Street, Old Colony, Rodden, Runnymede, Shannon’s Corners, Snider, William Hackett, Woodbine and Woodlands.

The City has almost 200 summer jobs this year. You can be one of the people who make Kingston work!

For additional information contact: Kristine Hebert @ khebert@cityofkingston.ca or 613-546-4291, ext. 1256.

Applying for a student summer job at the City of Kingston is now easier. The City of Kingston has a new on-line recruitment system. When applying to a summer student opportunity you will do it all on-line through the convenience, ease and timeliness of the internet. Information and descriptions are available at www.CityofKingston.ca/careers

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Anxious for Spring? Get a taste of Spring at the City’s greenhouse. The greenhouse, located at 111 Norman Rogers Dr. (across from Centennial Public School), will be open to the public from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on March 3 and 10. Spring bulbs and tropical plants are on display, including daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths. Greenhouse staff will be on hand to answer questions.

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begin at age five, all the way through Rangers, those over the age of seventeen, were all at Thursday’s meeting. There were even several generations of Guides, as some young ladies had former Guide mothers attending as well. In the spirit of this year’s theme, each troupe collected canned goods to donate to the Partners in Mission Food Bank in Kingston. “I’d like to thank everyone for their generous donation on this special day,” a representative from the food bank said. The girls collected a great many items, which will go towards feeding families in their own community. “You really do learn a lot,” says former Guide Megan McKever of how the organization can instill important values in young girls. “It provides leadership skills, friendship…I did all the levels.” Being a Guide had such a positive effect on Megan that she now works as a publicity representative for Girl Guides of Canada, encouraging more young women to get involved. This summer, for example, Girl Guides of Canada will be running day camps for Guides and non-Guides alike. The program sells out every year, says

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On a cold winter’s day, nothing is more satisfying than a comforting meal By Kate Kristiansen Columnist

EMC Lifestyle - I am one of those annoying people who love the snow. After living abroad for a time, I came to appreciate it even more. A heavy snowfall can make leaving the house difficult and offers an opportunity to spend time indoors. On those snow days, my family and I read, watch movies and break out board games. When we play, it’s a no holds barred affair. A card game can be an intense session; we are not quiet about winning. All in jest, my daughter would hashtag it “#good-times”. (This is, of course, after I tempt her away from Wi-Fi. In fact, my daughter claims no Wi-Fi is more incomprehensible than driving in snow.)Recently, however, when a forecasted storm didn’t materialize into much, my family and I decided to hit the hills. Admittedly, I am not a great skier, but I like the idea of skiing because of things like the view while ascending the lift, the sun as it cascades across the hill, and the fresh mountain air. I am getting better, but I fear for the ole’ joints; my daughter has no fear. On our recent trip,

she followed me up the bunny hill for her warm-up. In reality, she was there to watch me as I disembarked the lift. I appear to know what I am doing. That is, until I reach the top, raise the bar, glide down the ramp and land head first in the closest snow bank. Sometimes, it’s even a scramble to get up in time so the person behind doesn’t land on me. After the first few runs, I’m convinced I should remain on the beginner hills. The lift supervisor would rather I went to the bar, especially when he has to stop the lift to hoist me off the ground, again. By then, the family has left me to tackle the black diamonds. They find me at the end of the day, grateful I am still intact. Let’s face it, on a cold winter day there is nothing more satisfying than a comforting meal. After a day on the hills, I decided to whip up an old family favourite. When I was in my youth, cacciatore was one of the first things I learned to cook, oddly enough from a friend’s older brother. This recipe, Italian chicken alla cacciatore is basically an Italian style chicken stew. I amended it by adding diced celery and chunks of green pepper. The whole pieces of chicken were the real hit. The

meat is tender, falling off the bone. If you’re making the recipe for children, you may want to use diced chicken breast. The shitake mushrooms were lovely and meaty, making the gravy much richer. Enjoy this with a bottle of red wine and crusty bread. Italian-style chicken stew (chicken alla cacciatore) Serves 4-6 Ingredients One 3-½ pound chicken, cut into 10 pieces 2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 cup of dry white wine 2 tablespoons of olive oil 2 tablespoons Marsala wine 1 medium onion, thinly sl iced 1 can (15 ounces) peeled plum tomatoes, coarsely chopped with their juices 1 cup thinly sliced white mushrooms 1 cup thinly sliced shitake mushrooms 1 teaspoon of fresh thyme leaves ¼ cup chopped fresh flatleaf parsley, for garnish

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Pat the chicken and season to taste with salt and pepper. In a large covered skillet, heat the oil over medium– high heat. Add the chicken (in batches if necessary) and cook, turning until browned, about seven minutes. Transfer to a plate. Add the onion to the pan and cook, stirring occasionally, for three minutes. Add the white and shitake mushrooms and garlic and cook, stirring until the mushrooms are soft-

ened, about five minutes. Pour in the white wine and Marsala and bring to a boil, scraping up any browned bits from the bottom of the pan. Add the tomatoes and their juices, broth, and thyme. Bring to a boil again and return the chicken to the pan along with its accumulated juices. Reduce the heat and simmer, partially covered, turning the chicken pieces occasionally, for 40-45 minutes. The chicken should be very

tender and the sauce slightly reduced and thickened. Season to taste with more salt and pepper, if necessary. Garnish with parsley and serve. (I also added spring onions and parmesan to the garnish) To share your favorite recipes or let me know a local restaurant that you’d like me to check out, email ladydinesalot@gmail.com or follow me on Facebook.


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The end of an era for WIBTA, Wolfe Island’s Business & Tourism Association

The WI Community Medical Clinic president Liz Crothers and the board will take over the annu-

Hearts was a special event for Daniel White (13) and family (James & Heather). Daniel, a grade 8 student at Sacred Heart school is a curler at the Kingston Curling Club. He entered an essay contest. The topic , about curling. He won. The prize was to be part of the Opening Ceremonies of the Tournament at the K Rock Centre where he carried the flag for the Yukon and North West Territories.

He and the family received tickets for the event. Congratulations… *Islanders take exercise seriously. Great to see Joan and John O’Shea out walking. +Although Mike &* Rebecca Kinnie are not quite living on WI yet, (they will be very soon), but they are already involved in the community with WITTY (WI Theatre Training for Youth), Chili at Chilifest and, check out the Wolfe Manor web-

site…. wolfeislandmanor. com. where they will hang their hats along with year old Madeline.. Coming events:1. Dropin Badminton starts Thursday Feb, 28th (until May 9th). 6:45 - 8:15pm at Sacred Heart Catholic School Gym 2. HOWE ISLAND WINTER TALES FROM THE PAST CENTURY 28 February- St Philomena’s Hall, 7:00pm

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Following an overview of the year’s activities by VP Curtis Ireland, the presentation of 1812 dinner video and financial statements by Treasurer Linda Van Hal, the distribution of assets began. By May’s end and a final audit , remaining funds and equipment (tents, etc.) are to be turned over to the township’s WI ward. (wolfeisland.com will continue.) The township takes over the Information Centre (Washrooms) and at Victoria Street. The Wi Historical Society will assume much responsibility for brochures, bicycle maps etc. with availability at the “Old House Museum as well as the plaque project in Marysville. They will also hold book masters, interviews etc The future of the bicycle rental business has yet to be clarified by the present operator.

2. Frontenac Islands Budget Meetings Continue WI Historical Society members Denis Cherquitte and Judy Greenwood Speers described a project the association is undertaking at the WI’s ld House Museum. and made a request for $10,000 from the township to make repairs to the house. Speers made a major purchase of wood siding at considerable savings to put over the existing exterior of the building. and the job needs doing. Springgay sees much value to assisting in the project. “We own the building she said. “We have not offered support in the past (insurance only), They have the required bids and selected one.They are prepared to fund raise,” she said. Cherquitte noted possible safety issues ( (bees in the walls ).’ Labour has to be done now to be ready for May 2 seasonal opening. ,” he said . “The House beautifully located is gaining in popularity, “..according to Speers “We hope to have memorabilia, material available for self initiated walking tours, as well as other community brochues, books etc. etc. and take over other tourism material. It will All tie in very nicely with a renovated Island Grill.” Councillor Norris reminded council that at time of purchase of the building and land that it was determined there would be nor more money spent on it by the township. “Howe

Island with its Historical Society will be affected by this,” he said. Councillor Springgay on the other hand said, ”I can’t imagine buying a building and walking away from it. The Medical Clinic has received money and it is supposed to be self sufficient.” Deputy Mayor Jones encouraged the WI Historical Society approach the County’s Anne Marie Young (Sustainability) for assistance ((Community Sustainability Initiatives) “Much of which is presently directed to central Frontenac. Sharbot Lake is a big winner.” He also suggested they look to the Community Improvement Plan project. “Even though you don’t get money I think it is appropriate that you ask because I get this perception at the county that you guys never ask, you don’t have needs. Put something together and get it before them,” he said. ” We need a share of that money that is in reserves at the county…” (NB- April 16th is the date set for the next Community Improvement Plan meeting (CIP) on Wolfe Island.) Roads Superintendant Leo Greenwood was on hand to discus further budget allocations to roads which is a never ending situation it seems with so many of them. He commented that during a recent storm one truck made a round trip of all Wolfe Island ( township) roads which added up to 400 km’s, a round trip to Ottawa.

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EMC news- With barely a whimper the Wolfe Island Business & Tourism Association’s many years of operation came to an end at what was the last AGM of the organization. Chairing the meeting was WIBTA president Kathy Rothermel who had assumed the role for a one year period. WIBTA was formally established November 18, 1987 with the passage of a resolution which read simply “that the Wolfe Island Business & Tourism Association be formed.” WI “s Hank (Hendry) Connell who was instrumental in its original establishment was in attendance for its dissolution. The current board of directors will remain in place until the end of May 2013 when it is anticipated all details of the dissolution will be concluded.

al WI Classic Road Race (July 7, 2013). ( Hank Connell, was the original Race Director (1981-?) Councillor Springgay looked for clarification on ownership of Victoria Street facilities and other issues. Mayor Denis Doyle thanked WIBTA for their efforts on behalf of the community for so many years and past president Linda Thomas for her long service.

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From art to activism, International Women’s Week to raise awareness of women’s rights, talents and strengths By Hollie Pratt-Campbell

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EMC Events - A little boy stargazing on a tree branch beside a giant owl. A child drifting on a raft at sea, exchanging a smile with a friendly whale. A young girl bonding with a fox as dandelion fluff drifts whimsically by. Agnes Koller’s art aims to remind us of a time when imagination ruled our minds and the stuff of fairytales and storybooks seemed possible. Koller is one of 75 women artists and vendors to be featured Saturday at Kingston’s International Women’s Week kick-off event, the She Creates One of a Kind Show. The show takes place at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Koller, a stay-at-home mom and freelance graphic designer, was inspired to start creating art a little over a year ago by her seven-year-old son and fouryear-old daughter. “Having children really opened my eyes in different ways,” she explains. “I wanted to create beautiful images that would inspire people to maybe have a sense of curiosity about the world around them. I incorporate a lot of animals and

natural things along with children...Although they’re not really based on a story, they might remind you of a story you’ve heard.” Koller remarks that her mother, a retired physician, has even begun to write stories inspired by her works of art. “It’s really nice how the whole family [has become involved],” she says. “It incorporates everyone in a way.” Themes of equality and benevolence run throughout Koller’s work, tying in nicely with the message of women’s rights and equality promoted by International Women’s Week. “I wanted to have the children kind of around the same size as the animals,” she says. “It’s not necessarily that they’re overpowering the animals or that the animals are overpowering them, but that there’s kind of a kinship on an even level.” As a passionate advocate for women’s rights, Koller also sees her art as a means of representing and drawing attention to important perspectives and talents possessed by many women. “Part of my goal as an artist is to bring beauty into the world, and I think

that’s something women do through nurturing, [etc.]” she says. “It’s not explicit, but I think implicitly [women] always strive to make the lives of their children more beautiful.” Koller notes that She Creates gives artists and vendors valuable exposure, and provides an important opportunity for them to meet one another and develop a sense of community: “[She Creates] really has a community feel to it. [Last year’s] was only my third show ever, but it’s a show that I love to do every year. It was a really great experience – there was just a great energy in room.” Michelle LaMarche, local International Women’s Week organizer and communications and education coordinator at Kingston Interval House, explains that she hopes She Creates will not only allow members of the public to realize the tremendous wealth of talent to be found among female artists in the community, but also alert them to the issues highlighted during International Women’s Week. “Our hope is that people understand that the issues that affect women and children affect everyone in the community, and

Agnes Koller is one of the artists who will be featured at the She Creates One of a Kind Show. Photo/Hollie Pratt-Campbell that they’re very diverse,” she says. “We’re looking to create awareness of the diversity of issues that women and children face, and the diversity of talents and strengths that women have.” Starting the week off with a high-profile event, she says, helps with this cause.

“One of the reasons we do the larger event at the beginning is we want to raise awareness about the other events that are happening through International Women’s Week and encourage people to come out to them, because there’s quite a variety of different things.” In particular, LaMarche

encourages members of the public to become involved with a “surprise” International Women’s Day Action event, taking place March 8 both downtown and in the west end. To learn how to get involved, or to view a full listing of International Women’s Week activities, please visit www.wedontstopkingston.com.

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grams at over 600 campuses in 70 communities. It employs 12,000 staff, and annually produces approximately 50,000 skilled graduates at a minimal cost to taxpayers, due to the fact that Career Colleges receive no direct operating funds from the government. By choosing to study at a Career College, those 50,000 graduates save taxpayers more than $1 billion per annum. At the same time, the Career College sector generates more than $94 million in business

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EMC Events - For Andreas Frantzeskos, gardening gives him life. Frantzeskos and his wife first moved to Canada from Cyprus in 1976. He says it was the year 1983, while living in Melba, Saskatchewan, that he started gardening vegetables and flowers. He did so for 11 years, until he moved to the City of Kingston in 1994. “The first house we were renting didn’t have a garden, but a year later we moved to another house and I started gardening again, vegetables and flowers,” he says. Some years later, Frantzeskos came across the Heirloom Tomato Day celebration, held annually by the Heirloom Seed Sanctuary and the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul. He took away some tomato seeds from the festivities that year, and began attending seed-saving workshops at the sanctuary. Today, Frantzesko saves seed from and grows everything from tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, carrots, lettuce, beans, parsnip, artichoke, asparagus, spinach, chard, herbs and flowers. Some of the herbs, including coriander and arugula are from his home of Cyprus. “All my days in the summertime are spent outside, and my wife is always com-

plaining,” he laughs. “She says, “‘I’m going to get you a bed to sleep outside.’” Frantzeskos says he finds the art of gardening very relaxing. “As you get old, you get tired more easily, but when I’m out there I’m going all day and I don’t get tired. I don’t know what it is—the fresh air, the soil, the atmosphere—it gives you life, energy to work.” Frantzeskos will be one of a number of people attending Seedy Saturday March 16, an event that promotes responsible stewardship of our seed heritage. “Any kind of gardening event, I’m in it,” he says. Not only will Frantzeskos be attending the Seedy Saturday event, he will also be part of a panel discussion on Backyard Urban Seed Savers. Joining him on this panel will be fellow seed saver Wendy Luella Perkins. Luella Perkins has lived in Kingston for nearly 20 years, but spent her youth growing up on a farm in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She says her family saved the seeds of things like beans, peas and flowers, but each year they would get out the seed catalogues and select what they planned to grow that year. Growing up on a farm gave her what she describes as a “love for the land.” While she’s lived in cities since 1984, Luella Perkins says

Local seed saver Andreas Frantzeskos will be part of a panel discussion of Backyard Urban Seed Savers March 16 at Seedy Saturday. Photo/Kristen Coughlar

she has always tried to maintain a little garden. It wasn’t until 2004, however, that she really began intentionally saving seed. She connected with a bunch of farmers through the National Farmers Union as well as Carol and Robert Mouck, who established the Heirloom Seed Sanctuary. “They were teaching people how to save seed and I just got into it; it really made a lot

of sense to me,” she says. “For 20,000 years maybe, 70,000 years some people say, our ancestors collected seeds… For me, it’s like part of our shared heritage, and the idea of patents on seed, the idea that corporations have control of that genetic diversity, just seems wrong to me.” For Luella Perkins, the motivation for saving seed is not only political, but also social.

Events like Seedy Saturday, for instance. “People in the community are growing out different varieties of things, things that they really love…and then they come and share it with the community,” she says, adding that the event includes a seed swap, where people can bring in their saved seed to share and swap with other seed savers. Luella Perkins said that she herself saves mainly fruits, vegetables, herbs and sunflowers. Seedy Saturday is not only an event for those who already save seed, but also an opportunity for those who have never saved seed to introduce themselves to the process. “It’s a great place to come and learn from folks who save seed how to do it,” Luella Perkins said. “I’m hoping that some of the folks that come out are just curious about seeds, even though they might never have saved before, and will feel encouraged and get some resources, get some seeds and maybe talk to some people who are able to help them along the way.” In addition to the panel discussion on Backyard Urban Seed Savers, which will also include Gillian Boden, Seedy Saturday will also feature presentations by Tom Pawlick on Seeds of Resistance: greed, and corporate threat to our health and food and Tasmin

Rajotte on why international negotiations on genetic resources, seeds and intellectual property matter to you, as well as a kid-friendly workshop on converting household waste to nutrient rich planter and garden soil with Gerrie Baker. Seedy Saturday is supported by the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul Heirloom Seed Sanctuary. Admission is $2. Cate Henderson, gardener and seed saver at the Heirloom Seed Sanctuary, is excited for this upcoming celebration of seeds. In previous years, the event has attracted more than 200 people. Henderson is hopeful the 2013 event will see the same turnout. “It’s growing in popularity,” she says. “I would say people are sort of getting the idea of local food and then extending that to local seed, local food is grown from local seed.” Seedy Saturday will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 16 at the Kingston Unitarian Fellowship, 206 Concession St. The kids’ workshop with Gerrie Baker is schedule for 10 a.m., followed by the panel discussion featuring Andreas Frantzeskos, Gillian Boden and Wendy Luella Perkins at 11 a.m. Tasmin Rajotte will present at 1 p.m. followed by Tom Pawlick at 2 p.m. The seed swap will run throughout the day. R0011927411

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Local youth get into the ParaSport spirit By Hollie Pratt-Campbell

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gether.” Director of Games and Awards for the Sport Alliance of Ontario Blair MacIntosh also pointed out that combining the two games is a better choice for the athletes. “Because [winter and summer games] were held every two years, on an off year there was a lot of competitive opportunity that was lost,” he explained. MacIntosh noted that he is happy the pilot event will be held in Kingston. “The fact that Kingston has hosted our games before is something that is good for us, because they can take what they’ve done before and actually enhance it to the next level,” he said. “Kingston’s experience and their dedicated and committed volunteers are going to have a huge impact on [the games’] success.” Munro and his team are certainly up for the challenge. “We had a great experience with the winter games back in 2010 and they were deemed by Sport Alliance to be the best set of winter games in the history of those games,” he recalled. “We’re excited to be presenting these brand new sports to the [community] and giving them the opportunity to be engaged.”

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ket,” Munro said. “So the kids will learn that and hopefully have a greater understanding and respect for athletes with disabilities.” The hope is to bring the program to a number of local schools leading up to the ParaSport Games. Indeed, Munro explained that one of the organizing committee’s goals is to increase awareness of para-athletes in the city at large, and get as many people as possible to come out and see for themselves what the seven different sports have to offer. “We want the focus to be on the abilities of athletes with physical disabilities and not their disabilities,” he said. The 2013 games mark the first time winter and summer sports have been combined into a single event. In the past, the winter and summer ParaSport Games were held separately, on alternating years. While Kingston hosted the winter games in 2010, local crowds have never been exposed to summer sports such as para-equestrian, goalball and boccia. “Personally, I think it could be a great awareness [opportunity] to expose a city to all these different sports,” said Munro. “It brings a whole different flavour and excitement by joining these two games to-

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EMC News - It’s been a long time coming for a group of Grade 12 band members at RegiopolisNotre Dame. At the end of March, Regi’s senior concert band will travel to New York City to play at Carnegie Hall – a dream come true for any musician. Their performance will be part of the National Band and Orchestral Festival, which features top high school bands from across North America. Regi’s band was scheduled to play at the festival four years ago, but was cut at the last minute due to overbooking. Now, a handful of students who were in Grade 9 at the time will have a second chance to turn this dream into a reality. The magnitude of the opportunity is not lost on the students. “Carnegie Hall is the most famous concert hall in the world,” remarks Grade 12 student Ollie Parkins. “Plus, it’s in New York City, which is ‘the’ place. It was a big deal when we were invited.” “It makes it more exciting because this is the

chance we were supposed to get four years ago,” adds Michelle Boucher. “And all of the Grade 9s that went to New York then and are now going back have solos, so it’s kind of like our [big] return.” Of course, landing the Carnegie Hall gig did not come without a great amount of hard work and dedication on the part of everyone involved. “We wanted to make sure that [we didn’t get cut] this time, so we did a couple of other festivals to build up our resume,” says music director Hugh Johnston. One was the Festival of Gold in Chicago, which gave them the opportunity to play at that city’s famous Orchestra Hall. “That was stunning, and in a way it’s probably every bit as beautiful as Carnegie Hall,” Johnston says. “[In musician circles] it almost carries the same weight.” The band applied for the festival at the end of June, and in September got word of their acceptance. “It was nice because that had kind of been at the back of our minds for four years,” says Johnston. “They assured me it wasn’t going to

be revoked this time.” Since then, the band has been putting in a lot of extra practice under the direction of Johnston and assistant music director Justine Ward. “Mr. J’s motto is no more than six hours a day, so we’re doing our best to get up to that mark,” says Grade 12 student Hailey Hill. “He’s made us practice even more and been a little bit more tough on us, but it’s really helped. He is so dedicated. People don’t really realize how much time he puts into it, but he tries so hard.” The band is preparing three songs to play at Carnegie Hall: Pilatus: Mountain of Dragons by Stephen Reineke, Sleep by Eric Whitacre, and Dialogues by local composer John Palmer. Johnston explains that they had originally picked out a different song by another Canadian composer, but replaced it with Dialogues, which has never before been performed in concert: “[My friend John Palmer] had a piece he had written and wanted a school band to try it out just to see how they like it. Once we tried

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Band members Ollie Parkins, Sammy Johnston, Hailey Hill and Michelle Boucher. it, we all really liked it and we wanted to do the world premiere, so we decided to play it instead of another piece we had chosen.” He notes that the students’ dedication to practicing and perfecting the songs is admirable. “I think this certainly is something that is inspiring them to improve and practice more,” Johnston

says. “I keep telling them Carnegie Hall acoustics are so good they will hear everything they’re doing wrong.” He adds, however, that “more than anything it’s the experience. There’s nothing really that can compare to performing at Carnegie Hall. This is something they will remember for a long time.”

Johnston points out that a good deal of credit also goes to former Regi students who built up the band’s resume and made this opportunity possible. “There are a lot of students who’ve graduated who helped pave the way for this, and they don’t get to experience it,” he says. “We thank them for their contribution.”

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Support Bath park development with some St. Paddy’s-themed fun By Hollie Pratt-Campbell hpratt-campbell@theem.ca

EMC Events - Grab your favourite emerald attire and prepare to raise a green beer to a great cause. The Bath Park Development Advisory Committee will hold its first fundraiser of the year March 16 in the town’s St. John’s Hall. Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy an evening of Irish-themed activities at the St. Paddy’s Day Celebration and Fundraiser. The event will raise money for the development of the 14-acre park west of the Bath’s Fire Hall. Currently, the committee is aiming to complete the first phase of the project, which will include a skateboard pad, a bocce court and a horseshoe pitch. Loyalist Township will match the amount raised dollar for dollar. “We’ve got about $22,000 so far and with the Township’s share that will be around $44,000,” explains Bath Park Development Advisory Committee Chairman Les Jackson. “We have to get around $70,000 together, so we need to start really fundraising now because we’re

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getting close to the goal.” Jackson notes that the process of raising money has been a little slow so far, and that the committee hopes to turn things around with the St. Paddy’s Day event. “It’s difficult to do fundraising in Bath because it’s a very small community, which means a long process unfortunately,” he says, adding, however, that he is confident it will all come together in the near future, and that the committee is hopeful they will also receive assistance from local corporations Lafarge and Ontario Power Generation. Jackson explains that the park developments will be very beneficial for the youth of Bath and neighbouring communities in Loyalist Township such as Amherstview and Odessa. “There are a lot of young people in Bath now and they have nothing to do,” he says. “You can spend hundreds of dollars going and playing hockey and that kind of thing. The [idea behind the] development is partly about getting them involved in something that they can afford.” However, Jackson ex-

plains that the developments will include something for all ages. “It’s going to be an entire park eventually,” he says. “And it’s going to be for all the age groups, including seniors. There’ll be walkways with trees and benches, that kind of thing.” The committee is hoping to receive the site plan for the skateboard pad from Township engineers in early March, and hold a ceremonial groundbreaking soon after. Still, Jackson emphasizes that there is quite a bit more to be done, and encourages community members to come by the St. Paddy’s Day Celebration and Fundraiser and have some fun while helping out. “It’s going to be a really nice meal,” he says, explaining that it will be prepared by Jamaican-Irish chef Cortwright Christian and will include traditional Irish staples such as beef stew, boiled cabbage and fresh soda biscuits with butter. The event will also include dancing, a Chinese auction, a silent auction and a cash bar. Attendees are encouraged to wear their best or most outrageous Irish-themed outfit.

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Bath Park Development Advisory Committee Chairman Les Jackson gets into the Irish spirit in preparation for the St. Paddy’s Day Celebration and Fundraiser.

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EMC Lifestyle - Natalie George had an idea. It grew. And grew. Just like her kids. Her idea become Go Green Baby, a shop for ecologically-friendly children’s supplies. The shop opened in 2008. “I don’t know how to explain it,” she said. “It was literally in the middle of the night. When it wakes you up, it’s meant to be.” George is a teacher. She said she entered a teaching career because she loves learning and being able to share that with others. She’s no longer in a classroom, but she’s still bringing learning experiences to others. She was on maternity leave when the inspiration for Go Green Baby arrived. She and her husband, Jamin, wanted to do the best they could for their baby, Kohen, born in 2007. “He was the baby behind Go Green Baby,” said George. “My husband is in the military. We moved to Kingston from Edmonton and tried to find cloth diapers. There wasn’t anything here. After the middleof-the-night idea, it’s just grown from there.” George said her own upbringing involved being outdoors, spending time with friends and playing sports. She didn’t men-

tion TV or electronic/video games. “Much of my time was spent with my family: sharing homemade meals, swinging in the backyard, creating forts out of sheets and playing card games.” She said that after giving birth to her first child, her perspective changed. “I always enjoyed spending time outdoors and had an appreciation for nature, but I was never much of a leader in terms of environmental appreciation and dedication. Once I welcomed a baby into our home, I wanted to learn more about information, products, ingredients.” She started running the shop out of their garage “When we opened the business, I got a job with the school board,” she said. “So, for the first year, I taught and ran the business. Then along came our second child.” Their 2009 family addition was a daughter, Ryann. In March 2012, Scarlett was born. As the shop in their home expanded, they opened a store in the west end. Now, Go Green Baby is located at 293 Division Street. George stocks an array of childcare supplies. She still carries organic cloth diapers. But there’s much more. I’ve never seen such a variety of healthy and environmentally-friendly baby stuff. “The person who cares most about your baby or child is you,” said George. “If you don’t start caring about the products, ingredients and materials that are coming into your home and in contact with your family, who is going to? Govern-

Natalie George was inspired to open Go Green Baby, an environmentally-friendly children’s shop, after the birth of her first child in 2007. Photo/Mark Bergin ments and governing bodies have little or no regulations for products, materials and ingredients that are being sold. It is so important as parents and consumers that we become informed about what we are putting into and on our bodies and in our environment, whether that be our home environment or outdoor environment. If we want to keep our babies and children safe, we need to start looking at the whole picture. Safety is not just about car seats, baby gates and buckles, it is about everything your child comes in contact with.” You can find things like baby carriers, slings and wraps in Go Green Baby. George also stocks organic bedding material, breastfeeding supplies, bras, shirts and pillows. As her own children have grown, she continued to expand the stock. Again,

she couldn’t find things she wanted locally, so she started to supply them herself. You’ll find books, co-operative games, school lunch supplies and art supplies. George is wisely skeptical of plastics. Her lunch carriers are stainless steel containers called Lunch Bots. There are eco-friendly and family-safe washes for baby and home, natural sunscreen (SPF 30 – UVA/ UVB), and a gentle laundry wash called “Nellie’s AllNatural Laundry Soda.” It seems George has thought of just about everything. She even carries healthy tea party supplies with teas called Happy Tummy Tea and Healthy Tea for Children. George said she likes connecting with other moms and families. “Young families need a lot of support, someone to talk with,” she said. “The

products here are a bit alternative. It’s nice for parents to learn that there are other people out there doing the same thing.” That includes eliminating as many chemical additives in products as possible. “Families spend so much time researching which new phone, television or electronic gadget to purchase, or which car has the best features or gas mileage. We question the shoe salesman about which shoe will be best for walking or jogging. Yet we spend little time researching or asking questions about products that we are putting on or in our body and environment.” Some of the most recent additions at Go Green Baby include art supplies and wooden toys. “We started as a baby shop, carrying mostly baby items. As our kids grew, we searched for products we wanted for them. The lunch bags are made locally. We have a go green lunch box. It’s like a Japanese bento box, mostly made from natural non-plastic items.” There are even stainless steel popsicle molds. Natalie George plans to expand the shop in the spring. “There are two really exciting things happening,” she said. “There’s going to be a consignment section of the store. Some natural items are priced higher, and not everyone can necessarily afford them. With the consignment option, it will make things more affordable for families.” The other area of growth will be in the workshops George offers. She brings in community profession-

als to lead sessions on a variety of topics. One of the current sessions is called Childhood Matters. “It’s a workshop series for moms of toddlers and older kids,” said George. “We’ve had presentations on things like meal planning and preparation, proper posture and movement, nutrition and kids’ ailments,” said George. “This workshop series is insanely popular. The last time, there were 12 people involved. This time, there are more than 20 moms. But our workshop space is limited. In the spring, the back wall will be coming out and we’ll be expanding. We’ll have a community room back there.” The profits from the workshop series to community groups like Mother Circle, a free support group for new moms. “Parenting is filled with pressure, judgments and guilt,” said George. “No one is ever going to agree with everything we do as parents. Being confident and staying informed about the choices you are making for your family will build strong, healthy children who appreciate and show compassion for the world around them.” For more information, visit www.go-greenbaby.ca or www.mothercirlcekingston.com.

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Local author details his discovery of “The Truth About Luck” and more in new book By Hollie Pratt-Campbell

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EMC Lifestyle - Three years ago, author Iain Reid wanted to take his grandmother, Betty, on a trip for her 92 nd birthday. Lacking the time and the funds to fly to a tropical destination or embark on a lengthy Canadian road trip, he invited Betty, who lives in Ottawa, to stay at his home in Kingston. Over the five days the two spent together, Reid gained a whole new appreciation for his grandmother and the perspective her near-century of living gave her on everything from relationships to deep philosophical ideas. His new book, The Truth About Luck: What I Learned on My Road Trip with Grandma, tells of the time the two spent together and what he learned as a result of their “trip”. Reid explains that he had no intention of writing the book when he first invited Betty to stay, but felt inclined to write about the experience straight away. “I found some of the stuff she was saying re-

ally interesting, so I started taking notes,” he says. “I’d never really spent any time alone with her before because every time I’d been around her it was always in the context of family gatherings or holidays.” What most interested him were stories from Betty’s past he had never heard before. “Being alone with someone you tend to get a little bit more depth,” says Reid. “We talked a lot about things that she had maybe even forgotten herself. I would share a story from an earlier part of my life and that would kind of cue a story in her mind that she hadn’t thought about in a long time. That would be really interesting for me to hear, [so I would] encourage her to tell me something else.” Often, the stories would lead into discussions about larger ideas and philosophies. Instead of becoming opinionated and trying to alter each other’s viewpoints, Reid and Betty engaged in productive, more observational discussions, which left him impressed by his grandmother’s

sharpness of mind: “The assumption is always that with age comes a breakdown. You think about the breakdown of the body and people becoming senile and helpless...In this case, she has a lot to offer, and it’s offered in a much more relaxed conversation in a way that actually makes it easy to absorb.” A discussion about death, says Reid, was particularly memorable due to their vastly different perspectives on the topic: “When you start [discussing death] with someone in their 90s, it’s kind of beautiful. When [young people] talk about death, they’re probably going to be talking about it more theoretically. We’re not really thinking about our own imminent death. My grandma knows she’s much closer to it. It was something I was really kind of leery to bring up for those reasons, but she was happy to talk about it.” Of course, the book contains many lighter moments as well, which detail how the two spent their days together. “We went on a couple

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in the book and know what I’m talking about,” Reid says. “If my grandma’s the main character and I’m the second character, Kingston is another equally prominent character.” He remarks that Betty was a little surprised when she found out he was writing a book about her: “She’d never believe that anybody could write a book about her. She doesn’t realize the value

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EMC Lifestyle - I have received quite a few emails over the last two weeks on the topic of Ontario’s vehicle emission test and how the recent changes are driving some car owners past the limit. The biggest problem seems to be the higher than expected fail rate for this new diagnostic scan test because vehicles’ on-board computers and systems aren’t meeting the ‘readiness requirements’ of the new test. January’s fail rate due to this problem was eight per cent. The Ministry of the Environment has put out some tips for drivers to follow to reduce the risk of failing the test and they can be found at www. driveclean.com under the ‘car owners: how to make sure your car is test-ready’ link. I will follow up with my Ontario Ministry of Environment contacts at the end of February to see if this fail rate has improved and publish the results in a March column. “Hey, Just reading your article in the Frontenac EMC on tire studs. Isn’t it amusing they sell both the tires (studable winters) and studs in tire stores located in southern Ontario (even though they’re not legal to use here)? Not to mention our government for some reason finds dumping tons

of salt on the roads somehow OK for the environment. Over the years all that salt seeping into the ground waters has got to create some sort of problem. Naturally as with any problem our wise officials will worry about a solution well after it’s probably far too late. Water is a far more important commodity than torn up roads. For that matter there’s plenty of roads that are absolutely horrendous in the cities I’ve driven not to mention the 401 in certain areas. I think the salted roads should end, make everybody take road testing in winter conditions, learn to drive in the slippery elements we deal with in Canada and let people put proper tires/studs on their vehicles. I use chains around my area (Mt Grove, Central Frontenac) but they only are good for speeds under 50 kph. Although going slow is part of the equation in icy/slippery conditions I’d much prefer to have a winter set with studs. Thanks for pointing out an obvious problem for winter driving.” Paul Josée Bessette with the Ministry of Transportation Road Safety Marketing Office recently passed along another gem that demon-

will remember their driving instructors’ commands to keep their hands at the 10 and two position on the steering wheel (referring to the orientation of those two numbers on the face of a clock). With the presence of explosive air-bags on the steering wheel, this is no longer a safe way of steering a vehicle. The force of an air-bag’s deployment can move hands off the steering wheel and back into the driver’s face with amazing speed risking injury. The safe position now recommended by instructors and auto safety experts is the four and eight o’clock positions. In reality the old ‘10 and two’ was implemented to let drivers use the weight of their arms to help pilot a vehicle without powerassisted steering as well as accommodating the handover-hand movement to complete full turns. As just about everything with four wheels has power-steering and air-bags these days the old ‘10 and two’ has to be retired. If you have any questions, opinions, or stories on anything automotive please drop me a line, [By email to emc@perfprint.ca or directly to bjoeturner@ hotmail.com listing ‘Question for the Car Counselor’ on the subject line or by post to Record News Communications, 5 Lorne St., P.O. Box 158, Smiths Falls, Ont. K7A 4T1]. When using regular mail, please supply a phone number if you seek direct contact (due to volume I can’t always promise replies).

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EMC Lifestyle - Clutter is the enemy of any home design. It’s not only unappealing, masking the underlying decorative elements that make your home beautiful, it also makes life complicated in a number of ways. The disorganization that breeds clutter costs you valuable time, making you search for what should be apparent and causing vast frustration in the process. Clutter negatively impacts how you enjoy your home because you continually feel as if things are out of place and untidy. With this nice weather, it’s the perfect time to restore order to your home. This week, we undertake the entryway in our home. The essential solution to disorganization and clutter has to be built in, part of the very design of our home. Clutter doesn’t happen by accident. It’s the result of not having a proper place to put things. In some cases, it’s a matter of getting rid of the item itselfit’s “place” is with a local charity, in a garage sale or in the garbage. However, in most cases, you need to give all the clutter in your house- loose clothes, mag-

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of our friends have shared some of their experiences regarding bullying. No one should have to go through this. When somebody says something mean to you, it affects you differently than if you are physically hurt. It makes you question yourself and it hurts your self-esteem. We know what it’s like to be bullied and we’re proud of our school for taking an anti-bullying stance. We need to stop bullying at St. Paul and at every school. Cyber bullying is becoming more and more common. This really caught our attention because many of us have dealt with it. Did you know the majority of teens using social media say they have seen someone be mean or cruel to someone else on social network sites? Students we spoke to say they witness this kind of behavior frequently. Some of our friends have experienced unwanted emails and

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EMC Lifestyle - For many women with children, finding the time to squeeze in exercise while keeping up with a busy schedule can create a real challenge when it comes to staying fit and healthy. Luckily, moms in Kingston can now turn to Bayridge Buddies and the two savvy women behind it. Bayridge Buddies is a program that allows women to exercise without having to pre-arrange childcare. Little ones enjoy a group storytime, do crafts, or play games such as Ring Around the Rosie. Meanwhile, moms get to work out together in a tough but rewarding bootcamp-style fitness class. Both parent and tot can enjoy themselves, make friends, and be active. The program is the brainchild of two Kingstonian women, Sherry McCauley and Weronika Dubois. Dubois is the founder of Mother’s Helper, a resource centre that helps moms with a multitude of daily tasks: finding cleaning services, party planning, arranging daycare, and much more. “My business focuses on making the busy lives of parents a little bit easier,” Dubois says. “In Kingston,

there are many families who do not have extended family to help them out with childcare,” she goes on, as to how Bayridge Buddies got started. Enter sprightly trainer Sherry McCauley. McCauley, a proud mom herself and founder of BodyBack Fitness, partnered up with Dubois to offer simultaneous programs. “Participants – parents and children – are loving their experiences thus far,” says McCauley. “Together we all win. Exceptional PlayCare for our children while we can take an hour to help ourselves improve our mood, physical strength and energy.” McCauley even brings her own young girls to the Bayridge Buddies classes because she loves that they can see Mom being fit in a positive social environment. Furthermore, the children get to see that exercise and fitness are important but also a lot of fun. They learn healthy habits from a young age that will stay with them for many years. The final class runs on March 4 at Bayridge Public School from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. for the low dropin price of $7. Even with the classes ending soon, moms don’t need to miss out. Both Mother’s Helper and BodyBack Fitness will continue

their family-friendly programming. McCauley, for instance, will move forward with offering postpartum training sessions as well as her Mom & Baby classes, which will run at the Invista Centre for both Spring and Summer Sessions. Dates are being finalized and McCauley expects the classes will continue to be popular. Meanwhile, Mother’s Helper is getting ready to host a family-friendly launch party with an Easter theme this April. There will be face-painting, pin the tail on the bunny, games, and much more for both parents and kids to enjoy. Of course, the party is also a great way to meet and mingle with other moms in order to share resources and get in touch with community contacts. Many moms in Kingston are sure to love the great work behind both Mother’s Helper and BodyBack Fitness, and these two fledging businesses will be soaring very soon. Visit bodybackfitness.ca or kingstonmothershelper. com for more information about Bayridge Buddies and other resources for moms.

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EMC News - Kingston Christian School held their science fair Thursday, Feb. 21. Students demonstrated considerable skill and creativity with their projects. Top left: Grade 7 student Tyler Haeley searches for the best energy drink for cyclists as part of his science project this year. Top right: Avid golfer and Grade 7 student Cole Gouveia tests the effect of temperature on the performance of golf balls. Left: Grade 8 student Mikaela Dickison tests the effectiveness of common antacid products. Right: Rachel Dick explores the properties of alcohol interacting with perfume ingredients until evaporation upon application.

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The Butternut


SALES REPRESENTATIVE

John Breimer

R0011940914

BOB BERTRIM

TEL: 613-374-2222 CELL: 613-530-0727 BOX 299, VERONA, ON. K0H 2W0

29 YEARS OF RURAL REAL ESTATE EXPERIENCE

Sales Rep. cell 613-453-7621

R0011936876

N -3 PE SE 1 O U AY HO RD TU SA

613-389-7777 off.

935 NEWCASTLE $389,900

N 4 PEUSE 2OO Y H DA N SU

1006 MASONVILLE RD. WATERFRONT HOME - HOWES LAKE

1064 MONA DRIVE

Members of DND Relocation

2006-2011

W G NE TIN S LI

N 3 PE SE O OU Y 1 H DA N SU

3 br., 3 baths., finished rec. room with corner fireplace, gas furnace and a/c new 2009, meticulously maintained, great schools and park within walking distance. $319,900 MLS®

Realty Concepts Corp., Brokerage 851 Norwest Rd., Kingston, K7P 2N2

3 br., 165’ waterfront, gorgeous view, Twp. maintained road, some newer windows, 25 mins to city. $239,500 MLS® Dir: North of Verona, turn right on Craig Rd.

Check out this spectacular west end family home. Located in a desirable neighbourhood close to schools and shopping this spacious 4 bedroom, all brick home is perfect for the growing family. Beautifully renovated featuring extensive use of hardwood and ceramic throughout the main and upper levels. Custom eat-in kitchen with bright south facing solarium eating area. Master suite with full ensuite bath. Large finished rec room. Basement also includes additional tastefully finished office spaces and a full ensuite bath. 2 car attached garage with entrance to the house. Other recent upgrades include roof, windows, furnace,gas fireplace, garage and front doors,etc... the list goes on. MLS 13601227.

160 PRUYN ST., BATH $249,900

Welcome to beautiful historic Bath! You`ll love being part of this wonderful community featuring parks, trails, a marina and golf course. Combined this with a spacious bungalow on an oversized lot backing onto parkland. Bright, updated kitchen with ceramic tile and lots of cabinets, bamboo flooring in the dining/family rooms. Huge rec room with full Bath downstairs. Mechanics dream, heated garage with full pit and lifting beam. Many upgrades. You`ll be proud to call 160 Pruyn your home. MLS® 13600863

VILLAGE HOME

Freshly painted, most windows replaced 2012, gleaming hardwood floors, 9’ ceilings, over 1 ac village lot, detached barn/storage. $149,500 MLS®

VERONA TRIPLEX

Great investment opportunity $229,000 MLS®

408 WESTGATE COURT $484,900

TE A E TG AG S E L W VIL

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Custom 1806 sq ft bungalow by Barry Howlett Construction Limited situated in prestigious Westgate Village subdivision. Hardwood and ceramic throughout the spacious main level with 9 ft ceilings. Upgraded kitchen with crown molding, extended uppers, and granite countertops. Gas fireplace featuring ledge stone facing to ceiling. Master has dual closets (one walk-in) and ensuite with tile shower and custom glass doors. Stone and concrete siding exterior. A Tarion new home builder. Pictures for illustration purposes only. MLS 11605922.

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John

Heather

613-541-9043

PRICE & PRICE

jprice3@cogeco.ca

GROUP®

MASTERS

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1996-2012

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613-541-9039

Sales Representatives

Sutton

Approved Military Relocation Agents

TIME FOR A NEW NEIGHBOURHOOD?

NEW LISTING

1289 FRANK ST. $408,000

Perfect family home, 2 yr old Presqu’ile model by Greene Homes, 2361 sf, 3 bdrms, 2.5 baths, spacious great rm w/gas fp, 9’ ceilings, eat-in country kit w/ eating bar, extra cabinets, pantry & desk area, patio dr to deck & fenced yard, 2nd flr lndry, huge Mstr w/cath ceiling, picture window, w-in closet & 5 pc ens. MLS

NEW LISTING

438 GRANDTRUNK AVE. $276,428

Bright, super clean, 3 bdrm 2 storey, 1600 sf fin’d space, 45’ lot, private yard w/no houses behind, neutral décor, spacious foyer, white railings, eat-in kit w/white cabinets, dbl pantry & 3 stainless appl incl, back-facing living rm w/patio dr to lg deck, glass window stairwell to lg fin’d rec rm. MLS

WALK TO QUEEN’S

Want something different? Feel the space in a 2 bdrm, 2 storey w/larger bdrms, bath & 2nd flr lndry. Nice layout w/spacious liv rm, eat-in kit w/ patio dr to lg private deck & fenced yard, Mstr w/walk-in closet, sep dressing area & entry to bath w/jet tub & sep shower plus rec room & office. MLS

FREE NO-OBLIGATION HOME EVALUATION

116 NELSON $499,900

Solid brick home, lots of character & charm, great location south of Princess & close to Queen’s, great investment or family home, generous room sizes, wood flrs, spacious kit, appliances incl, currently used as 6 bdrms, 2 full baths, newer gas furnace, good size yard, plenty of parking. MLS

N -4 PE SE 2 O OU UN H &S T SA

WALK-OUT BSMT

1370 SIERRA AVE. $364,500

Fully fin’d elev bung w/bsmt walk-out, 50’ lot backing onto hydro greenbelt, 3+1 bdrms, 3 full baths, hdwd flrs, great rm w/cath ceiling, eat-in kit w/walk-out to cov’d deck, rec rm w/gas fp, laminate flrs & walk-out, lg 4th bdrm, sep office & bath. Close to the school, park, rec centre & shopping. MLS

Visit my website to learn more or contact me today to arrange a complimentary market evaluation.

Norm Pengelly

sales representative Cell: 613-532-2244 normpengelly@gmail.com Office: 613-384-1200

5032 FOX RUN PLACE $469,700 Greene Homes custom “Carlotta” model, Westgate Village, Energy Star qualified, 1720 sf, 2 bdrms, 2 baths, great rm w/cath ceiling & maple hdwd, kit w/granite counters & island, main flr den, Mstr w/5pc ensuite, main flr lndry, bsmt with dry walled ext walls and walk-out. MLS

WE CAN HELP! Military moves have been a big part of our business since 1988. We help you step by step to prepare & list your home and provide you with an experienced contact agent & relocation package to your posted destination.

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1650 Bath Road (613) 384-5500

N 4 PE SE O OU Y 2 H DA N SU

W NE

Sutton Group-Masters Realty Inc., Brokerage

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946 BLUFFWOOD $289,000

136 John St. Gananoque $209,900 Steps from the St. Lawrence River, this 5 bedroom, 2000+ sq. ft. home in Gananoque’s South Ward features large rooms with refinished hardwood floors and plenty of space for a large family. Newer windows, shingles, updated electrical and high efficiency gas furnace. Call to arrange a showing. MLS# 13601036

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Cell: 613-583-7424 OfďŹ ce: 613-389-7777 Email: richlakins@gmail.com 851 Norwest Rd. Kingston, ON, K7P 2N2

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1055 MILLER RD. $254,900 KITCHEN! 5 year old bungalow sitting on 10.26 acres. 455 SECOND ST. GAN. 159,900 DREAM 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Master has gorgeous en-suite with jet Open concept two bedroom home. Bright and cheery with tub, sep. shower, double vanities, and loads of storage. Masnewer kitchen and bathroom. For those who prefer a bunga- ter walk-in closet is every womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dream. Gourmet kitchen low... This would make a great starter or retirement home... All with massive island and sep. dining room. Large living room. on one level. Nice, private patio in back, new storage shed. Nothing to do but move in! $

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1013 MAPLE WOOD CIR. $224,900

ABSOULUTELY LOVELY! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is 532 BAGOT ST. 229,900 thoughtfully decorated with a split floor plan for privacy. Estate Sale! 3 bedroom, two story home with upgraded vi- Beautiful master suite with walkout to a large two-tiered nyl windows, detached garage, open concept living room- deck and gorgeous grounds, sunken living room with dradining room. Main floor laundry, nice sun room with a nice matic fireplace and hardwood floors. Updated Maple kitchen private backyard. with sep. dining room and second walkout $

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496 FIELDSTONE $385,000 MLSÂŽ Located in a prime neighbourhood in city east. The front of the house overlooks green space. Just move in and enjoy all this classic design has to offer. The eat-in kitchen has loads of cupboard space and overlooks the cozy family room with gas fireplace. The living room/dining room combination is bright and cheery with natural light. Four good sized bedrooms on the upper level with large master bedroom and ensuite plus a walkin closet. The finished lower level boasts a rec room, bath, den, large laundry room plus additional storage. Outside - a beautiful full size deck. The home is available for immediate occupancy. Dir: Directions: Hwy 15 to Gore Rd to Fieldstone

10814 LOYALIST PKWY $799,900 MLSÂŽ 13601361 Stunning waterfront, custom bungalow. Quiet cove, level lot on Lake Ontario 30 mins from Cataraqui Centre. 10 Mins to Picton beaches and vineyards. 2+3 Bedrooms, forced air heat, in-floor heating, granite countertops, custom cherry cabinets. Custom stain glass, 9ft ceilings and cathedral in great room and solarium. Coffered ceiling in front entrance. Exotic hardwoods. Directions: 30 mins west on Hwy 33 to #10814, close to Glenora Ferry at Picton





  



   

   

   

    

    

   

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From the moment you walk in, you will feel at home in this spacious west end home. Some features included in this home are: main floor laundry, eat in kitchen, separate dining room, new roof (2012), new flooring on the main level (2012), new carpet in the basement (2012), fresh paint, updated kitchen (2012), private rear yard with deck and interlock patio, insulated 2 car garage, the list goes on and on. With all the work already done, all that is left is to add your own personal touches and move in. Call today for your private viewing of this beautiful move in ready home.

209 Amy Lynn (MLS 13600244) All stone custom McFarland â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;energy starâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; quality home. Over 3200 sq.Ft., 4 Bdrm, 3 full baths. Hdwd, cork and ceramic flrs. Custom kitchen w/ granite counters. $399,900

114 Front St (mls 13600326) In a quiet village setting, sits this 3 bdrm home on a large lot. Covered deck at back overlooks large lot. $132,200.

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926 LOMBARDY ST

$289,900

1212 IRIS

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$467,900

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995 BETHEL STREET YARKER - $249,900

2232 MIDDLE ROAD - $253,900

Ranch bungalow on 2 acre treed lot, only 10 min drive to downtown Kingston. Features include: spacious eat-in country kitchen, great room with gas fireplace, main floor laundry, finished loft. New price. Mls 12608615. Your host: Sue Henker

Solid 3 bedroom elevated bungalow situated on a beautiful 2 acres lot, spacious country kitchen, vaulted ceilings in living and dining rooms, wood burning stove in living room, main bath with jacuzzi, semi finished lower level with bedroom and rec room. Wrap around decking. New price. MLS 12608303. Your host: Bob Steacy

LOYALIST CLUB ESTATES

NEW LISTING

SYDENHAM. Renovated 100 year old 2 storey, 3 bedroom home. 2 baths, large separate dining room. Garage, large yard + 2nd house on property. Rented at $500/mth +. MLS 13600850

AMHERSTVIEW. Charming bungalow with in law potential. 3+1 Bdrms, 2 baths, open concept kit/living area, finished basement with gas stove, 1 ½ car garage insulated and gas furnace. Lg. fenced yard. MLS 13600935.

120 BARRETT COURT #401 -$289,000

2068 RAILTON ROAD - $337,000

Barriefied. 5th floor, 1450 sq.ft. 2 bdrm, 2 baths, open concept, new hardwood floors in living/dining/hallway, large balcony with Westerly exposure, view of city +waterfront. Vacant. MLS 13600582.

Tastefully Updated, 1450 sq.ft. elevated bungalow. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, open concept 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x33â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tiered deck with pool. Just 12 minutes North of 401. MLS 13600686.

3012 PRINCESS STREET - $479,900

Custom built 4 bedroom, 2 full baths, secluded location on 70 x640 lot. Gleaming hardwood floors, main floor laundry, coved ceilings, wood burning fireplace, inside entry from garage, HE gas furnace. MLS# 13600898.

Mary Jane Turnbull Sales Representative Direct: 613-536-9205 homesinkingston@gmail.com

61 GLENORA DRIVE - $329,900

Unique finished elevated 2 bdrm plus den, 3 bath home is on a low traffic street in the village of Bath. This home has many upgrades such as: Oak hardwood in living and dining rooms, 9 ft ceilings, open concept kitchen with granite counter tops, remodeled baths, new carpeting in lower level, full insulated garage with loft. MLS 12605522

130 WRIGHT CRESCENT, SUITE 506 - $212,900

CRESCENT TOWERS. One bedroom, one bath condo centrally located and within walking distance to shopping, and city transit. Features include: private balcony, central heating/cooling system, in suite laundry, secured camera entry, fitness and party room. Freshly painted throughout. MLS 13600698

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CHANTEL MORRISSETTE

65 ACRE FAMILY RETREAT 482A BURNS ROAD BOBâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LAKE - $699,900

Sales Representative Direct: 613-929-9443 Fax: 613-384-6800

Family summer retreat for sale on bobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lake consisting of over 6800 feet of lake frontage and 65 acres of privacy. This property has been family owner since the 1940â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, property does consist of an all purpose cottage with fireplace , bunkie, boathouse and docking... MLS #13600695

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CALVIN PARK! - $298,600

58 WOODMUCKET ROAD $219,900

Located in the Village of Yarker this 3 bedroom 1.5 baths, 2 storey country home situated across from Napanee River on dead end street features wide plank pine flooring, main floor laundry, main floor laundry, main floor family room with vaulted ceilings. MLS#12608134.

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Gorgeous new kitchen.. Open concept layout. Must be seen to feel the welcoming design. 3 Pc bath in basement with finished rec room and a den/bedroom. Freshly painted and move in ready. Dir: BAYRIDGE DRIVE, TURN EAST ONTO HUDSON TO LAIDLAW

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3 bedroom bungalow on an one acre lot 15 minutes from Kingston. Hardwood and ceramic floors on the main level.ROAD Cathedral ceil5237 HOLMES ings and bright kitchen â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The builderâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s homeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Hard to find a home with this much with pine cupboards. quality, just 15 minutesFinished from Kingston sits this 3 with bedroom basement bungalow with 2200 sq ft of living space and on anwalk acre lot. huge recroom Beautiful hardwood and ceramic floors throughout. Huge out. 1 1/2 car garage. OPEN large deck and a view kitchen with eat-in area overlooking the sunken family AY ND SU room with 2-4fireplace. of Loughborough lake. right at InverOffered at $539,900 Dir: MLSÂŽ turn 12605506 ary stop light and go approx 5km. Turn left onto Lower Round Lake Rd and go 2km to property.

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Ben Rotteveel

439 BARRIE STREET $179,900

1999 MANCORA CIRCLE Stunning home with 32oo sq ft of living space. This 7 year old modern home has 4 bedrooms, 3 and a half baths, oak hardwood and ceramic floors, maple kitchen with centre island, family room with gas fireplace and formal dining room. Upstairs there is a huge master bedroom with gorgeous ensuite and walk in closet, with 2nd floor laundry room. The basement has been finished to include the 4th bedroom, full bath and office as well as a large rec room.

Offered at $429,900 MLSÂŽ 13600070 Directions: Conservatory Pond Subdivision

www.benrotteveel.com

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2519 Leeman Rd. $649,900

739 Millhaven Rd. $384,900

4 yrs New Custom Built 1952 sq ft. Bungalow. 3+1 Bedrooms, 9+ acres with a pond/stream. Fully finished lower level. Granite, hardwood, fireplace x 2, ensuite, fenced yard, main floor laundry.

7yrs, Custom Built 2900 sq ft with a 600 sq ft 1 yr New, 1900 sq ft bungalow. 3 bedrooms. family room above the garage. 3 bedrooms, Granite, Hardwood, travertine tiles, ensuite, office, large open concept kitchen with prep vaulted ceilings, and main floor laundry. island and breakfast bar and eating area.

2052 Withers Rd. $364,900

20 Biscayne St. $472,500

92 Windermere Blvd. Bath

1815 sq ft Bungalow with views of Cataraqui $398,900 River. 2+1 bedrooms, open concept, fireplace, 1 yr New Mac Adams quality built house. hardwood, and ensuite. Fully finished base- Edgewater Estates offering a waterfront park, marina and only mins. to the golf course. 3 ment and on an oversized lot. bedrooms, ensuite, granite, finished lower level rec. room, 9ft ceiling and hand scraped birch floors.

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2270 McIvor Rd. $229,500

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150 Dauphin Ave. $208,900

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7942 LOYALIST PARKWAY GREATER NAPANEE $274,000 Enjoy the view of Lake Ontario from your park like back yard and deck. This film directors home is open concept and tastefully decorated, has attached oversized garage and separate storage shed. A must to view! MLSÂŽ 12606486

Only $179,900. Duplex, 3 bedrooms, kit, living room, freshly painted 1 bedroom apartment rent for $550 + per month. Excellent investment. Live in one side rent the other unit. Across from grocery store Verona. MLS 13600601.

$289,500

Immaculate bungalow, move-in condition, with open concept 1200 sq ft plan, hardwood, ceramic and carpet floors, 3 bedrooms up, master with walk-in closet. Fully finished lower level. Paved drive, fenced yard, two full baths, two decks and shed. Fully developed. A must to view. Host: Gary Smith. Directions Taylor Kidd, Centennial to Wheatfield to Swanfield. MLSÂŽ 13600343

INVERARY CORNER STORE Be your own boss. Excellent family business. Attached post office. 3 br apartment. Take out pizza & food prep area, convenience store, gas pumps, 3 garages on a busy corner. Please call Ron Lakins for more details. MLS 12608552.

9 LAKELAND POINT DR.

Help looking for townhouse, Oakville, Rosemont etc. area. Up to $176,000. For rent May 1, 2013, 1200 sq. ft. 27 Gardiner Street near Olympic Harbour, 4 beds, 1 1/2 baths, frig & stove, $1395 per month plus utilities. Please call Ron Lakins at 613-540-2652 for more details.

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Absolutely the finest quality in this totally renovated home 3+1 bedroom over 1800 sq ft of main level space. Fully upgraded plumbing, electrical, insulation, windows, roof, heating, a/c and central vac. A must to view. Located in this prime Kingston residential area on a great 70x125 ft lot. MLSÂŽ 13600623

24 FOURTH AVE $255,900 Multifamily - excellent two - 3 bedroom units, legal nonconforming duplex. Plus a fully finished basement with separate entrance, single car garage, fenced. An excellent rental property, well maintained, live in one, rent out the other, or buy for an investment. Gross income $34,000.00 with an net after taxes, insurance and utilities of $24,600.00. MLSÂŽ 13601137 R0011940951

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Looking for a nice clean, move in ready, affordable home? This 3 bedroom, two bath, elevated bungalow features rich gleaming hardwood and elegant ceramic floors, open concept kitchen/great room. Good size master bedroom with ensuite, large windows offering lots of light and a tall open basement ready for your creative ideas. Want a newer home but dread the thought of a small lot? You will be pleasantly surprised with the 40 x 150 foot lot which is almost unheard of in todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new homes. Appliances included! Call today!

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Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss this beautifully renovated 4 bedroom historic home boasting 200 feet on Lake Ontario, 1 ½ acres, and spectacular views. Fabulous gourmet kitchen, 3 updated bathrooms, new windows, doors and floors, main floor laundry and new gas f/p in main floor fam. room. Huge formal L/R and elegant dining room. Truly a choice property. $599,000

Spacious 3 + l bedroom home 5 minutes north of 401 on a large treed lot with circular driveway. Oversize 2 car garage, partly fin. bsmt. Brand new hi-eff furnace, lots of good water, new ultra violet light. Terrific home for 1st time buyer. $209,900

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Charming 3 bedroom semi located on a quiet city cul-de-sac and decorated in fresh contemporary colours. Huge master bedroom, large living room/dining room and newly finished basement. Just move in and enjoy and especially you will love the large newer deck and ultra private yard. $199,900

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This 4 level 3 bedroom side split offers hardwood floors new roof (2012), most windows updated over the last 3 years, sunroom addition, huge master bedroom, open concept living/dining rooms, finished lower level with 4 pc bath, large back yard, close to parks, public transportation, and shopping, located on one of the more sought after streets in Kingston west.

This nicely updated bungalow offers 2+2 bedrooms, hardwood and ceramic floors on the main level, open concept living room, dining room and kitchen, 2 full washrooms (1 up and 1 down), recent updates include windows on the main level, both washrooms, laundry room, furnace, soffit, facia and eaves. Walk out from kitchen to large deck with beautiful cedar pergola, perfect for entertaining. Separate detached workshop, fenced yard, located close to downtown, shopping and schools!

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Growing up in Loyalist Township, I discovered that my ancestor Martin Stover landed near Bath in 1784. His dedication to this land and his family inspires me today. Let my 30 years experience in sales & marketing work for you. Buying or selling, LET STOVER TAKE OVER.

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Spectacular hilltop setting for this solid 4+1 bdrm situated on 14 private treed acres - lodge-like features - open main floor kit, dining, great room with hdwd & cozy fireplace, floating stairs, 3 1/2 baths, extensive decking & patio areas, on-ground pool & hot tub, oversized 2 car garage with inside entry and massive 2nd floor workshop. You will absolutely love the panoramic southerly views - highest elevation in this region. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like a Laurentian Mt getaway yet only 30 min from town. See it Sunday! Asking $379,900 & open to offers. Dir: Cty Rd 4 N through Centreville to # 4857

580 ARMSTRONG UNIT 110 - $117,500

156 DIVISION ST - $599,900

Cozy, cute and affordable best describe this main level bachelor apartment. Looking out onto green space on the rear side of the building, this unit offers privacy and tranquility. Completely refurbished with updated flooring, new ceramic tub surround and freshly painted this unit is move in ready. Refrigerator and stove included, quick possession available. Why rent when you can own for less.

Kame sushi and izakaya traditional japanese restaurant in the hub of Kingston. This thriving, licensed, restaurant has established its name as the go to spot for traditional Japanese food. Two level dining with a capacity of 38 people as well as a take-out and delivery service. The building has undergone extensive renovations in the last few years including updated wiring and plumbing and a complete commercial kitchen. Now is your chance to own this exciting business in a fantastic location!

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303 Bagot Street, Suite 107 Kingston, ON K7K 5W7 R0011932188

Executive 4 + 1 bedroom 4 bathroom home features master bedroom with ensuite, sunken living room and formal dining room with vaulted ceilings, sunken family room with gas fireplace, main floor laundry, den/office, eat-in kitchen with patio doors to the two-tiered deck overlooking landscaped gardens, heated in-ground pool and mother nature. The recently professionally finished basement and 3 car garage complete this must see home. $494,900 MLSÂŽ 13601335

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Enjoy the country life minutes from the city lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. This bright and cheerful all brick bungalow is carpet free and features a huge eat-in kitchen with lots of solid pine kitchen cupboards, built in dishwasher, oven and countertop stove top. Large lshaped living and dining room with patio doors leading to the new deck to bbq and enjoy the peace and quiet of over 2 acres of your very own land. Someone needs their own space? No problem!...Lower level walkout self contained 1 bedroom suite featuring large kitchen and great room. Large workshop (for the handyman or woman) on lower level, leads to the attached 2 car garage. Plus there is a separate detached garage/storage barn at the back of the property.

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2901 PERTH RD This 3 bedroom brick bungalow packs a ton of the ‘wow’ factor. Fully updated inside and out including kitchen with granite counters, hardwood throughout main floor, master bedroom with ensuite, floor to vaulted ceiling fireplace, newer windows, doors, shingles, eaves and facia and deck. Professionally finished rec room with walkout. Check out the ceramic floors and 3 updated bathrooms. Circular paved driveway and great yard. Only 5 mins north of 401! Mls® 13601256 – $349,900

NEW LISTING

8282 COUNTY ROAD 2, NAPANEE 2 bedroom 1 1/2 storey cute older home with updated oak kitchen, hardwood in living/dining room, newer rear sun porch, steel roof. 32x32 heated insulated awesome detached garage workshop with steel roof is the perfect man cave. MLS® 13601143 – $169,900

879 WARBURTON Gorgeous 3 bedroom two story semi in Waterloo Village. Features fresh paint throughout, all newer flooring top to bottom, professionally finished rec room, 2 piece bath in lower level, large fenced yard with newer deck and central air. This home is move in ready! MLS® 12608685 – $229,900

1109 DILLINGHAM CRESENT

169 KILDARE AVE, AMHERSTVIEW

2684 COUNTY ROAD 14

12 SOUTH ST WEST, ODESSA

Impressive all brick 4 bedroom 2 storey in excellent neighborhood. Main floor family room with gas fireplace, maple hardwood floors in living and dining rooms, nice bright kitchen with eating area and main floor laundry. New deck in private, fenced rear yard. Unspoiled basement. Check out the school district. MLS® 13600899 $369,900

Move in ready!! Water view from this custom designed open concept home. Mcfarland quality built upgraded bungalow. Maple `mirage` hardwood floors, ceramic in all wet areas. custom maple kitchen with granite counters, glass backsplash and large pantry. Main floor laundry, 9` ceilings. Builder finished basement featuring huge rec room with gas fireplace, 4pc bath and two bedrooms, upgraded trim, 40 yr shingles, pot lights, tankless hwt, deck, fenced and energy star rated. MLS® 13600689 $329,900

This bungalow situated on just over 4 acres is move in ready. 2+1 Bedrooms, gorgeous updated bathroom, newer shingles, updated windows & flooring. Bright generous rooms, hardwood floors in living room. Partially finished lower level. Deck. Large shed. Fenced area for children or pets, creek, open fields and bush. MLS® 12607796 – $184,900

1500 sqft all brick elevated bungalow on quiet street in village of Odessa with 2.5 car garage. 3+2 bedrooms, huge oak eat-in kitchen with patio doors to large deck and fenced yard. master bedroom with ensuite, lower level rec room with gas fireplace, 2 bedrooms and a third bathroom. municipal water/sewer and close to schools. MLS 13600945. $264,900

R0011942948

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Sean Marshall

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Broker of Record/ Owner

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Jeff Ross

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Chris Jones

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Claire SteenaartMorris Sales Rep.

Toll Free: 1.800.668.4027 www.KingstonHomes.com

Yarker Rd at Hwy 38 - $474,800 NEW PRICE

Over 3500 sqft finished space. 3+1 bedroom, 4 bath one of a kind custom home, cathedral ceiling in great room, hardwood & ceramic flooring, amazing ensuite with whirlpool tub and separate tiled shower, finished lower level with guest suite and office, insulated & heated garage, fenced yard, 3.2 acre lot only 12 minutes to the city. Sydenham Rd - $309,800 Beautifully maintained limestone on 1.19 acres featuring a newer lifetime steel tile roof, natural gas heating, absolutely private in-ground pool, central air. Master bedroom with walk-in and ensuite privileges to renovated bath, main floor laundry, 2 gas fireplaces. Unspoiled 37` x 27` attached limestone carriage house with potential limited only by your imagination. Move-in ready - Book your viewing now! Barbara St - $489,800

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All Brick 3 unit building with solar panels on roof (avg $1100 monthly) and heated 2 car garage both producing additional income. Upgraded baths and kitchens, Hardwood and ceramic throughout. Financial analysis on file showing 15% potential return on investment with 25% down. Roof 2009, many newer windows. Tenants pay utilities.

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Battersea Rd Building Lot - $48,500 1.99 acre lot on Battersea Rd across from 6182 Battersea Rd. perfect for basement walkout, very Private, nicely treed, strong drilled well, includes a 25% discount on a septic system. Combine with neighbouring industrial 2.99 acre lot MLS# 13600057.


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919 Sydenham Road, Kingston, ON 613.507.4444

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884 SAFARI

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$325,000

$189,900

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1348 GRACE

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807 PORTSMOUTH

464 SACKVILLE

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$219,900

$499,900

OR TRADE

$319,900

OR TRADE

1103 CRONK ROAD

$185,000

OR TRADE

5384 HOLMES

OR TRADE

2085 HIGHWAY 15

7218 DEYOS

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$299,000

$312,500

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6161 HIGHWAY 15

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$264,900

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1012 WATERBURY

263 COLEBROOK

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915 OAKVIEW

928 BRODIE

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WATERFRONT

$147,900

$459,000

OR TRADE

1103 DEERFIELD

NEW LISTING

$249,900

OR TRADE

$319,900

of homes on waterfront lots,

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3 MCKEOWN

For more information call 1.800.895.2166 and enter ID 3762 for a FREE recorded message

For more information call 1.800.895.2166 and enter ID 3225 for a FREE recorded message

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$169,900

$399,900

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3 LAKESHORE

68 NINTH CONCESSION

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1 NORTH SHORE

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Stunning Loughborough Lake 16 acre lot plus a 4 acre island.

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65 acres of land perfect for building that quiet retreat.

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613-329-7749

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$145,000

OR TRADE

OR TRADE

FRENCH AND SPANISH SERVICES AVAILABLE!

Sherri Cox*

$590,000

$59,000

OR TRADE

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581 DAVIS

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120 BARRETT CRT # 807

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446 PETWORTH

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4902 NORTH SHORE

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3336 COUNTY ROAD 26

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$223,900

6097 BANK

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$419,999

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