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EMC News – The high stakes campaign to bring a privately-owned casino to Kingston played out in a most unusual venue last week. The mayor, a councillor and a paid lobbyist took turns swiping at each other on social media sites over the need to hold a city-wide referendum to try and settle Kingston’s casino question. Councillors already voted

7-5 last October to pursue a casino within its borders, but the contentious topic resurfaced after a recent poll commissioned by tour operators in the Thousand Islands suggested 78 percent of Kingstonians want a direct say on the issue through a public referendum. That has prompted Councillors Rob Hutchison and Jim Neill - who were on the losing side of last fall’s 7-5 vote - to draft a motion for the March 5 council meeting asking the provincial government to ap-

prove a mid-term referendum. Mayor Mark Gerretsen was expected to rule this week on whether the motion was in order, given council’s earlier vote on the matter, but the political debate started in the days leading up to the council meeting with a series of heated exchanges on Facebook and Twitter. Coun. Neill tweeted support for a referendum saying “it’s clearly what citizens want.” However, Mayor Gerretsen rejected the idea of paying for

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with tennis courts, play structure and a small building that can be rented out. Reitzel added: “We could sell that, collect the money and use it for purchasing J.E. Horton and doing renovations to it.” The city-owned Madoma property, and another site north of Highway 401, are “too far out of the way and not being used” and could be ideal revenue sources. J.E. Horton is more central to the needs of his constituents with Kingston Transit access, Reitzel explained. The school’s potential purchase has been the focus of closed-door council talks since early January. The elementary school was vacated last fall when students were relocated into the new Ecole Sir John A. Macdonald Public School in the Greenwood Park subdivision. J.E. Horton is now in the process of being decommissioned by the Limestone District School Board. The property is believed to be valued at up to $900,000 if it’s bought by public institutions. But the value is expected to rise considerably if the property is made available to private developers.

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EMC News – The city is quietly exploring ways to purchase the old J.E. Horton public school in Barriefield Village without the need to include affordable housing in the mix. Pittsburgh district councillor Brian Reitzel says the strategy may involve selling another municipal property in order to raise money to finance the school’s purchase. “We’re in the middle of consultations. Commissioner (Lanie) Hurdle is looking at different ways we can actually fund that,” he said in a recent interview. The drive to purchase the mothballed elementary school, located on Wellington street near Highway 15, was initiated by the newlyformed Pittsburgh Community Centre Committee, a group of east end neighbourhood associations. They are actively lobbying the city to open a seniors’ centre to serve the area’s growing population. While many consider the school property an ideal site for a community centre, the city lacks funding to initi-

ate the project. The initial discussion centred on using money from the city’s affordable housing reserves, but that would require some of the property be used for affordable housing. School purchase proponents say they are not adverse to this concept, but other avenues are currently being explored that do not rely on affordable housing funding. “We are looking at some different models in order to actually purchase the building that don’t have to do with affordable housing,” Reitzel explained. The strategies have not been made public by municipal staff or council just yet, but the east end councillor suggested the city owns a couple of under-used properties that could be sold and the proceeds, in turn, used to buy the school property. “There are some properties that we do own in rural parts of the city, like Madoma. There are developers willing to buy the property,” Reitzel explained. The Madoma community centre on Highway 2 and School Road (east of Abbey Dawn Road) has 7.8 acres

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Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area celebrates 30 years of Maple Madness come out for is to get outside in the early spring; it’s one of the first spring events, with various sugar bushes opening in EMC Events – Kingston and area the area.” In recent years, Maple Madness has residents, prepare to go mad. Mad for attracted 10,000 visitors, both locals and maple syrup that is. This Saturday marks the beginning tourists, through the gates at Little Catof Maple Madness at Little Cataraqui araqui Creek Conservation Area. Once visitors are through the gates Creek Conservation Area. The public portion of this annual event will run dur- and at the Outdoor Centre, they catch a ing March Break, March 9-17, as well as tractor-drawn wagon ride back to sugar Saturday and Sunday during the last two bush. “When you are back there, you can weekends in March. Now in its 30th year, the event con- look at various setups we have in the tinues to be popular with area residents, bush that show how maple syrup was says Communications Coordinator Kar- made in the past and how we make it now. Also, when you’re back in the bush, la Maki-Esdon. “The main thing I think most people we have our pancakes, so people can enjoy pancakes with real maple syrup in the outdoors,” Maki-Esdon says. Puppet shows, First Nations presentations, sugar UPCOMING SHOWS bush demonstrations, a foundation Mar 8 SLC – New Faces bake sale and old Mar 16 Lighthouse thyme sugar bush Mar 23 Music from the Heart chores are among Mar 28 Performing Arts Hall of Fame other activities that Mar 29 Terri Clark – SOLD OUT will take place on Apr 18-20 42nd St select dates during Apr 21-25 Lions Club Music Festival Maple Madness. Apr 27 Priscilla Shirer – Simulcast Dates and times are Apr 28 John McDermott available via catApr 30 Stars of the Festival araquiregion.on.ca/ May 1 Edgar Winter Group & Kim Simmonds e v e n t s / p o p _ u p / maplemadness. May 2 Toopie and Binoo Maki-Esdon exMay 6 An Evening with Rick Mercer plained the sugar BOX OFFICE – 235 King Street West bush demonstra613-342-7122 Toll Free 1-877-342-7122 tions are a new adOnline Sales: bactickets.ca dition www.brockvilleartscentre.com “I think the dem-

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do have is the modern-day evaporators and the tap lines,” Maki-Esdon explains, adding, “The actual way that it started was with First Nations peoples, and what they used were hollow logs and hot stones. They would heat the stones up in the fire, then drop the heated stones into the hollow log full of sap and boil it down that way, which must have taken forever to do.” Presentations of this First Nations process will take place on Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Once your mind and belly have had their fill of all things maple, a brisk walk or leisurely ride on the tractor-drawn wagon will take you back to the Outdoor Centre. “Some people, what they’ll do is ride the wagon back, eat their pancakes and then work some of it off by walking back. You can either walk back on the road or through the trail network,” Maki-Esdon says. To enjoy the full experience of Maple

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EMC Lifestyle - From text books for education students to cognitive studies on how to enhance students’ quality of learning, a wide variety of publications were showcased at the Queen’s Faculty of Education book launch Feb. 28. Two of them, An Overbearing Eye and Progressive Education: Revisioning and Reframing Ontario’s Public Schools 1919 – 1942, were written by education professor Dr. Theodore Christou, who perhaps epitomizes the wide variety of talents the education department has to offer. In Progressive Education, Christou examines the history of the so-named education movement. A former elementary school teacher, Christou began to develop an interest in the subject back in 2006. “I was actually quite confused about why schools looked the way they did in terms of the structure of schooling and the curriculum,” he said. “I had all these questions, and they drove me back to school to do my PhD here at Queen’s.” The watershed moment for progressive education came in 1919, following the end of the First World War. In 1937, Minister of Education Duncan McArthur also played an important role in implementing the policies of the movement, which aimed to make schools responsive to modernity and the ever-transforming social reality. “The theme of progressive

education was really the predominant one for the whole 20th century,” said Christou. “It transformed Ontario schools entirely. It introduced subjects like social studies for the first time and brought in all kinds of elements of testing and child study. The focus is on the individual child, on active learning as opposed to passive learning and on trying to make schools relate to society.” Christou hopes the book will help foster historicalmindedness among both students and the general public, and give them a better grasp of what is at stake when decisions are made about education: “I think the biggest challenge for Ontario schools, or any school system, is to define in a clear sense what they mean by an educated person. What is education for? What kind of habits are we cultivating? I think [those questions] haven’t been adequately answered, and as a result the pressures to improve language and math scores have taken away time they could be spending with art, with dance, with music, with poetry, with all kinds of more humanistic approaches to learning.” On an entirely different note, Christou’s second book, An Overbearing Eye, is a work of poetry. While he has written poems his entire life, Christou explained that he never thought to publish any of them because there was never a strong enough thread to tie them all together. “Then I developed a thesis I had about myself that I needed to explore,” he said. “It’s a

meditation on my own tendency to overanalyze myself and make decisions more difficult that they need to be.” When writing An Overbearing Eye, Christou planned out the verses in the same way he would plan out an academic book, writing poems particularly for the thesis at hand. “Most of these poems have been worked over for a very long time,” he said. “They’re not just a first go at it. I’m not going to write a book or a paper or an essay on the first try. I would need someone else to read it at a workshop and revise it. So every line-break, every sound has been gone over many times.” He remarked, however, that the writing process was also extremely different from an academic book in other ways: “As a historian, you mine an archive of primary sources. In poetry, it’s in some sense a lot more visceral because you’re mining yourself, your own feelings. There’s often this fear of am I exposing too much? Am I saying too much? Am I being honest with the sources?” For Christou, finally being able to hold these two very different works in his hands after many years of hard work was a wonderful feeling. “It’s an honour [to be a part of this launch],” he said. “It’s great to celebrate such things. We celebrate movies, we celebrate great songs, we celebrate pop idols and things. It’s sometimes nice to celebrate the academic work and the troubles that come out of trying to produce that.”


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ify the casino debate to residents. “Expressing interest does not mean a casino is a foregone conclusion in any of our communities.� However, he says if the province and the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) present a proposal for a gaming facility in Kingston then the city will open discussions to host one. Under the OLG’s revised casino rules, Kingston and Gananoque are in the same zone for a private casino but only one community can host it. The OLG wants to move forward on the privatization plan this year, even though many communities have pressed the province to delay the implementation until after the next civic election in 2014 when a referendum could be added to the ballots at no additional cost. Gerretsen warns holding a costly stand-alone referendum mid-term will siphon funds away from other municipal priorities such as affordable housing, John Counter Blvd. widening, airport expansion, new water and sewer plant and the third bridge crossing.

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EMC Editorial - They say that once you have children, you gradually morph into your parents whether you want to or not. I never thought this would happen to me. My parents are wonderful people and I have a great relationship with them, but they are both practical, business-minded accountants and I am an emotional, bleeding-hearted artsie who couldn’t tell you what the balance currently is in my bank account. Still, it’s happening. So far, I’m only noticing it in one particular facet of life, but given our household dynamics it’s a pretty big deal. It has to do with video games. They’ve been a huge part of Steve’s life since early childhood and I was never allowed to have them because they would “rot my brain”. As a kid, I would have given my left arm for a Nintendo or Gameboy. For years, I asked for one for every Christmas and birthday, but was always disappointed. As consolation, I would usually receive some sort of educational computer game intended to improve my math skills. Around the age of 10, I gave up and learned to find entertainment in other, equally brain-rotting but for some reason permitted activities, such as watching television and the

same movies over and over again. At 21, I moved in with Steve. At last, I had the luxury of not one but three different game consuls at my disposal, and I couldn’t have cared less. In the past, the fact that “gaming” ranked at the top of Steve’s favourite pastime list never bothered me. He would play his game where the ugly orc things search for the chalice of wisdom in the enchanted forest, or the one where blood splatters all over the screen as the army guys shoot each other to bits, and I would go into the other room and read or goof around online. Then, about halfway through my pregnancy, the gaming started to get to me. “Oh my god that is so stupid,” I would say, glaring at the screen as the elf-like thing with the big, annoying face got suited up for its journey to the end of the earth. “You’re almost 30, how can you still like this stuff?” By the time Summer was born, the games were making me downright angry. “What is it teaching our daughter if you spend every second of your spare time playing games about killing people?,” I fumed. “You shouldn’t play these until after she goes to bed.” The fact that Summer was still too young to roll over was beside the point. If we didn’t start being responsible parents then, when would we? Then, not too long ago, I went

on a long rant about how gaming does nothing but rot the mind and the body, and how wonderful it was that Summer’s childhood would be full of much nicer activities. Visions of frolics through meadows full of wildflowers, messy, creativity-inciting art projects and hours spent chasing lightening bugs at dusk filled my mind. My daughter was going to be all about knee socks and Mary Janes, not game controllers and off-putting creatures on screens. By the time I finished my rant, Steve looked visibly hurt. “I don’t know,” he said. “Playing video games is something I always dreamed of sharing with my children.” I was conflicted, unsure of how to respond. How could video games be anything other than a brain celldestroying, obesity-enabling indulgence? Sure, Steve liked to play them, but how could he possibly wish this passion on his children? Next came his accusations: how could I, with my addiction to The Voice and love of novels – many of which are less than literary – criticize him for wanting to geek out on video games several times a week? Logically, I know that I can’t, but my prejudice is too deeply ingrained to be changed at this point. I can’t stop Summer from playing video games, and I’m sure I can learn to tolerate them to some degree if gaming ends up being something she enjoys. But oh, how I hope she chooses the wildflowers and lightening bugs.

Scorekeeping should remain in Ontario youth soccer EMC Editorial - Like it or not, scorekeeping in Ontario youth soccer will soon be a thing of the past. Some leagues have already eliminated the age-old practice, others will for the first time this year, and by 2014 it will be mandatory for all under-12 leagues to go score-free. The new philosophy has sparked much debate regarding the benefits, or lack thereof, of competition in children’s sports. The change stems from the idea that drawing the focus away from competition will encourage the young athletes and their coaches to concentrate more on skill development, and eventually make Canada more internationally competitive in soccer. This philosophy is supported by research, and by the fact that many countries that do well at soccer do not typically keep score in youth games. Detractors claim that eliminating scorekeeping will make the game less exciting, and that children will miss out on the allimportant lesson that losing is a part of life. While we think that there is currently far too much emphasis

placed on winning in youth sport on the part of certain coaches and parents, we don’t believe that doing away with scorekeeping is the right choice for Ontario soccer. Perhaps this practice works well in other countries, but given Canada’s current hyper-competitive sport culture, it is difficult to imagine our youth being motivated to work on their soccer skills – let alone decide to sign up for the sport in the first place – if there is no ultimate goal to work toward. Moreover, we believe there is truth to the claim that young soccer players will be shielded from the realities of life if they are not given a chance to learn about winning and losing. Worse, we risk kids getting the message that they don’t need to put an effort in to do well, and learning the truth the hard way the first time they are called upon to succeed at something of greater consequence. It is lovely to think of children growing up never having to be exposed to the competitive world they will encounter as adults. This ideal, however, is neither practical nor beneficial.

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WHat’s Happening On March 16, the Epilepsy Resource Centre is hosting a Purple Pancake breakfast at the Loblaws Princess Street Market, 1100 Princess Street, Kingston. Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy some ‘purple’ blueberry pancakes, and learn more about epilepsy. Entrance is by donation. Throughout the month of March, the Epilepsy Resource Centre will be participating in a Pesky Pennies campaign, hosted at the three Kingston Community Credit Union locations within the city of Kingston. Community members are encouraged to drop off their unwanted pesky pennies in support of epilepsy awareness at any KCCU branch. Branch locations: 795 Gardiners Road, 18 Market Street, 1201 Division Street. Singles Only Club of Kingston. Join us for a fun night of 10-pin at Prost Bowling Lanes on Saturday, March 9 at 5:30 p.m. Prost is located at 830 Gardiners Rd. Meet after at The Loyal Oarsman for dinner, located at 724 Bath Rd. Call 613-530-4912 to let us know you’re coming. Enjoy RAXX Chicken Dinner on Tuesday, March 12 at 5:30 p.m. RAXX is at 665 Development Dr. Come and enjoy!! 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, and Thursday afternoons from 1-2:30 p.m. at Bayridge Alliance Church in the Fireside Room. For more information or to register call 613-384-7306 or email the jmkooy@ gmail.com.

Dorey takes the stage from 8-11 p.m. The Adult Rendezvous Club (ARC), Thursday, March 14. based at St. Paul the Apostle R.C. Church Hall, 1111 Taylor Kidd Blvd., It’s Soccer time again. Online reg- in Kingston, meet for Contract Bridge, istration for Frontenac Soccer is now Progressive Euchre and board games available online at www.frontenacsoc- Thursdays, 1-3:30 p.m. from September cer.com. U5 through U21. Registration to June. Yearly membership. For more deadline is March 31st. Early Bird Dis- info call 613-548-7936 or 613-389count until March 20. 0968. 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) 384-0076 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 non-members. New members welcome. For more information, refer to www.ikweb.com/khs/ or contact Brenda at 613-389-8895.\ The Kingston Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society will meet in the Wilson Room of Kingston Frontenac Public Library, 130 Johnson St., Saturday, March 16, at 10 a.m. Martha Whitehead, Queen’s University Librarian, will speak on “The Library and Archives of the 21st Century”.   Visitors welcome. Further information at www.ogs.on.ca/ kingston.

The Thousand Islands Fine Art Association is having an exhibition and Sale March 5-31, at the Kingston School of Art’s Window Art Gallery, Victoria at Princess.  The reception is Sunday, March 10, 2-4 p.m. Live in the Dragon’s Lair with Sam and Spencer Evans, Sunday, March 10, 2-4:30 p.m. at The Kingston Brewing Co. Ltd., 34 Clarence St. 613-542-4978, kingThe Bluegrass Shows is being prestonbrewing.ca, kbrew@cogeco.net. sented at the Christian Fellowship Church, 2621 Highway 38, Kingston The March meeting of the Ganano- ON. On March 19, Bill White will open que Horticultural Society will be held up for in March for Larry Gills and on Wednesday, March 13 at 7:30 p.m. Swampgrass and for the Ralph Stanly at the Carveth Care Centre, Herbert II. Show starts at 7 p.m. For tickets or Street entrance. The featured program is information call June White, 613-372“Grasses”. Come out to our second talk 2400 or 613-540-1485, or you can call on grasses featuring more news on this Ken Roloson at 613-372-2625. In Supnew gardening trend presented by Pat port of Diabetes Education Center. Haslett.  Seed Exchange- Bring and Trade. We are “Green”. Please Bring a Green is the theme for the 2nd AnMug. Visitors Welcome. For more infor- nual St. Patrick’s Dance at the Royal mation: http://www.gardenontario.org/ Kingston Curling Club Saturday, March site.php/gananoque. 16. Come out and enjoy an evening of great music with Steve Cheesman and RCHA Jazz Jam Friday, 8:30 p.m. The Heeters. Party starts at 8 p.m. Evto 12 a.m. March 8 at The Standeasy, eryone welcome! Tickets are available 193 Ontario St. at Clarence Street. The at the Royal Kingston Curling Club bar Wilkins perform Saturday, March 9, at 130 Days Road. For more informa8:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. Shuffleboard, Sun- tion contact the club manager, Graham day, March 10 at 2 p.m. followed by a Weatherby, at 613-546-2243. Bluegrass Jam from 7-9:30 p.m. Roger

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 Registration for the Thousand Islands recruited; Beau Conley; Katie Milligan; Minor Football League 2013 spring and Jessa McAuliffe. football season is now open at www. timfl.com. Registration is on a first DivorceCare Support Group: You come first serve basis. The season runs don’t have to go through it alone.  Difrom mid-April (pre-season practices) vorceCare is a 13 week support group until the end of June. We have clubs that for anyone who is going through the practice out of Gananoque SS, Fronte- pain of separation or divorce. Meets on nac SS, Regiopolis-Notre Dame, Lasalle Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8 p.m. SS and Sydenham HS. Age divisions: at Westside Fellowship Church (1021 Bantam (1999, 2000), Pee Wee (2001, Woodbine Rd.), starting Feb. 13.  For 2002), Atom: (2003, 2004). For more more information contact Julia at 613information email – monsourd@lime- 384-7306 or outreach@wfcrc.ca or go stone.on.ca, follow us @timfltweets or to www.divorcecare.org. like us on Facebook. Join us March 13 for information and St. Patrick’s Lunch Friday, March demonstration of infrared and FM lis15, 12 noon at The Seniors Centre, 613- tening devices, which meet the require548-7810. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day ments of the Accessibility for Ontarians early with a corned beef and cabbage with Disabilities Act (AODA 2005.)  lunch followed by a traditional  dessert Refreshments and access will be proand sing-along. Advance tickets only. vided.  Please RSVP by March 8. Call 613-544-1927, TTY 877-817-8209, or Beginner Yoga Classes - Ladies Only email us. You can also visit the Cana- West Kingston - Wednesday evenings, dian Hearing Society at the Frontenac 6:45 - 8 p.m. or Friday mornings, 9:15 Mall, 1300 Bath Rd. located next to the - 10:30 a.m. Start any time - For more Dollar Store. info please contact Sharon Price @ 3841547 or sharonruthprice@gmail.com. Bereaved Families of Ontario Kingston Region Mothers’ Night: An Shout Sister Choir welcomes new evening for mothers to share the loss of members. Practices are Tuesday eve- a child of any age, due to any circumnings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Kings- stances, with other mothers in a warm ton Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St. www. and confidential environment. Please shoutsisterchoir.ca. phone 613-634-1230 for more information. Held on Tuesday, March 5 at 6:30 Family Relationships Clinic. K3C p.m. downstairs in the Lounge at Gordon Community Counselling offers a free F. Tompkins Funeral Home – Township clinic for family relationship issues at Chapel, 435 Davis Drive. Please Park The Seniors Centre, 56 Francis St: 613- in the Left-Side Lot and Use the Right548-7810, on March 14 (2nd Thursday Side Main Entrance. Spousal/Partner monthly). Night: A support evening for those who have suffered the loss of their spouse or March of Dimes Charity Bingo Fri- partner to death, Thursday, March 14. day, March 8 at 2 p.m. at Kingsdale Cha- Same location, but upstairs in the Trilteau, 520 Kingsdale Ave. Great prizes, lium Room. lots of fun. RSVP: 613-547-4884. Cataraqui Canoe Club – Saturday, Giant Book & Music Sale. Volunteers March 9 – Skycroft Cross Country Ski. are needed to help sort donated books, The area offers plenty of variety with CDs, and puzzles for the Seniors Asso- trail and off trail skiing. Join us as we ciation’s Giant Book & Music Sale. Vol- explore this beautiful scenic area close unteers also needed for the sale which to the city. Call for details: 613-384takes place at The Seniors Centre, 56 6054,www.cataraquicanoe.on.ca. Francis St on April 12 & 13. Call Jean Lawson at 613.548.7810. Kingston Irish Folk Club St. Patrick’s week events: March 9: St. Patrick’s Day Collins Bay Horticultural Society Parade at 1 p.m. at the celtic cross in meeting: Monday, March 11 at 7 p.m. skeleton (mcburney) park (assemble at St. Peter’s Church (basement), Bath 12:30 p.m.) The annual parade leaves Road. Topic will be Loyalist Gateway after the commemoration ceremony via Gardens. clergy street, then down Princess Street to Ontario Street and city hall. Post paThe Original (9th year) 3 on 3 Youth rade ceili at the Tir na nOg from 2-4:30 Hockey, the only 3 on 3 using full ice. p.m. Celtic Jam Session and singalong Non-stop, non-contact action with an from 8-9 p.m., also at the Tir na nOg. emphasis on fun (lots of breakaways). March 10: Bodhran (Irish hand help Beginning Wednesday, March 20. Pre- 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 get together at Ben’s Pub and Restaurant. Overcomer’s Assembly 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 8 hosted by Kirkham’s Karaoke from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the lounge of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 560, 734 Montreal St. Chuck and Western Sky perform the following evening, Saturday, March 9 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. in the lounge. All welcome. Small cover charge for nonmembers. 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. until May 8 at Westside Fellowship Christian Reformed Church (1021 Woodbine Rd). For more information: outreach@ wfcrc.ca or 613-384-7306. Quill Lecture Series March 10 at 2 p.m. in Goodes Hall, 143 Union St. Anthropogenic Global Change: A Geological Perspective Ray Price, Professor Emeritus, Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering, Queen’s University. For more info call 613-549-1910. Rideau Trail Kingston Club hike of the Cataraqui Trail at Perth Road Village Wednesday, March 13. Hear the rumble of past trains as we trek along this popular track at a moderate pace for some 12 km., depending upon weather. Relive history and watch the rebirth of the landscape as we herald in the Spring with a happy heart and lively company. Departure time is 9 a.m. from the Canadian Tire Parking Lot at the Kingston Centre along Bath Rd., where car-pooling will be available. Details: (613)384-6244.

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EMC News – Kingston’s plan to launch a new policy for responsible pet ownership will remain on hold while a working group studies further incentives to help make it succeed. Council has created an 8-member working group consisting of two councillors, two staff members plus six members from the community. Non-profit organizations such as Kingston Humane Society, Kingston Animal Rescue and the Spay-Neuter Initiative will be invited to participate, along with veterinary clinics and pet stores. Coun. Lisa Osanic pushed for mandatory representation from the three non-profit groups, while suggesting it would be “awkward” to invite pet store owners to discussion regulations that could impact their businesses. However, councillors say there needs to be a fair balance of representation between for-profit and non-profit groups. Mayor Mark Gerretsen says he wants the working group to hear from a cross-section of stakeholders, not just those who have already expressed their views.

“We are putting a lot of weight on organizations that have brought forward their opinions. There might be different groups out there.” The city is tackling the costly problem of caring for unwanted and stray pets through two main avenues; Responsible Pet Ownership Program (RPOP), and banning the commercial sale of ‘unsourced’ cats, dogs and rabbits at pet stores. The thrust of the RPOP is increased enforcement for at-large and unlicensed pets and backyard breeders, while studying incentives that encourage tag sales. Among the incentives under review; a ‘rewards’ program with retail discounts, reducing spay-neutering costs, free ride home program for licensed strays, and mediation service for feuding neighbours with pets, plus microchip requirements. “We love responsible pet ownership and we are really looking forward to seeing a program be implemented in Kingston,” said Janice Saunders, the humane society’s president. But Saunders doubts the program will have much success if pet owners are browbeaten into compliance. She would like the city to provide pet owners with more incentives to

get their animals tagged and fixed at affordable rates. “You don’t have the balance needed to make it succeed,” she explained of the city’s draft program. “We want compliance with licensing, we want compliance with regulation, but in order to do that we have to provide sufficient incentives.” It’s estimated only 15 percent of the city’s dogs are currently tagged and registered. The working group’s mandate will be to examine similar responsible pet ownership programs launched in other cities. The group will also examine the planned implementation of pet store restrictions, outlawing the sale of cats, dogs and rabbits unless they come from animal rescue groups. The restrictions are already endorsed by council, but the bylaw won’t be implemented until the working group can review the rules. “We are not looking for broad advice but ways to focus the policy,” said Coun. Liz Schell. The comprehensive review of how pets are purchased, fixed and licensed is expected to be presented to a committee in May.

EMC News – The City of Kingston is making plans to expand Norman Rogers Airport with a longer runway and larger passenger terminal. But the final plans may hinge on the cost, and what the neighbours think. Before the estimated $13.1 million expansion takes flight, airport officials hosted a well-attended public meeting to hear feedback from area residents. Many had questions about the impact the changes would have on air traffic, lighting and noise levels around the west end airport. David Snow, the airport’s manager, says they are valid questions that will be taken into consideration, along with mitigation strategies, when the final expansion plan is presented to council this spring. “We have a consultant who will be helping us draft the recommendations,” he noted. In the past two decades, a subdivision explosion has brought thousands of new residents to within earshot of the once-remote city-owned airport. However, Snow believes the airport must undergo some improvements in order to remain a viable transportation alternative, secure the future of Air Canada as the city’s main air carrier and to assist in economic development.

“The airport is a great economic generator for the Kingston area.” He says many local businesses rely heavily on the airport’s ability to connect with their corporate clients and employees, and expansion could make it even more attractive. “Developers, investors, potential employers, when they’re considering Kingston as a potential place to do business one of the things they look at is whether they have an airport and how close they can get to an airport.” Norman Rogers is currently used by nearly 70,000 passengers a year, which is only a fraction of the area’s 700,000 air travellers. Most of them drive to other airports in Toronto, Ottawa or Syracuse for cheaper flights and easier connections, rather than fly from Kingston. Snow laid out the expansion plans at the public meeting, including reconfiguring the nearly 20 year old terminal building to double its passenger seating capacity, enhance accessibility and relocate the baggage screening and security area at a projected cost of $4.1 million. “We have to be able to proactively build the right terminal building to be able to handle passenger loads of 70 or more (per flight).” Major airlines, including Air Canada’s regional service Jazz, are moving to larger, more economical planes such as Dash 8’s

and regional jets that require a longer landing/takeoff strip. The expansion would make Kingston more attractive to competing carriers, such as WestJet, he added. “We strongly feel to attract a carrier such as WestJet we have to provide (expanded service).” A report to the city last year, by consulting firm LPS Aviation, recommended the airport’s main 5,000 foot north-south runway be lengthened to 6,000 feet at a cost of $5.8 million. The expansion would occur on the airport’s northerly boundary near Collins Bay. Other fees tied to the project are for construction design, planning and contingencies. Councillors accepted the longer runway/larger terminal report last summer but have not yet allocated any funding. Instead, they asked airport officials to move to the next step of refining the expansion costs, community consultation and undertaking an environmental study. Snow says this process should be completed within the next two months. Some councillors previously voiced concerns with the $13.1 million projected expansion cost, which rose by $2.3 million from initial estimates due to factors such as additional runway drainage and new approach lighting equipment, plus a new emergency generator and safety upgrades to the terminal.

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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 10. Spring bulbs and tropical plants are on display, including daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths. Greenhouse staff will be on hand to answer questions.

ROAD CLOSURES AND DELAYS ROAD CLOSURES Princess Street will be closed between King and Wellington until mid-June. King Street will be closed between Princess and Queen until mid-April. TRAFFIC DELAYS Motorists can expect delays and lane restrictions at the intersection of Queen and King Streets until mid-April. EVENT CLOSURES King Street will be closed between Barrack and Place D’Armes on Tuesday, March 12 for the Rona Trade Show. Applying for a student summer job at the City of Kingston is now easier. The City of Kingston has a new online recruitment system. When applying to a summer student opportunity you will do it all online through the convenience, ease and timeliness of the Internet. Information and descriptions are available at www.CityofKingston.ca/careers Submissions for summer student positions will be accepted online only and must be submitted by March 15, 2013.

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Casting Christine: television program to cast leading lady in local production of Phantom of the Opera By Kristen Coughlar kcoughlar@perfprint.ca

EMC Entertainment – Think you have what it takes to play one of the lead roles in the newest film adaptation of Phantom of the Opera? This Saturday, Kingston based actor and filmmaker Anthony D.P. Mann will begin his search for the perfect actress to play the role of Christine Daaé with the help of TVCOGECO Kingston. Open cattle call auditions will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the TVCOGECO studio, 170 Colborne St., for those aged 18-30. All auditions will be recorded and part of the televised broadcast, Casting Christine. After seeing the success of two of his previous projects, Dracula and Ghostkeepers, both of which received distribution deals with World Wide Multi Media, Mann said he wanted turn his latest project into an event. His adaptation of Phantom of the Opera also has a distribution deal in place. “I thought, considering the role of Christine is an iconic one—it’s going to be a fantastic opportunity for a young actress and I definitely want to work with somebody local—let’s see how we can A: find the best person that we can…but also turn it into an event where the community is aware of what peo-

ple are doing locally, that there are artists here that are working and creating for markets outside of Kingston.” Mann app r o a c h e d TVCOGEGO Kingston with the idea to host a televised audition competition and together they developed Casting Christine, a four-part TV program that will see contestants vie for the role of Christine through a series of acting and singing challenges. By the last week of this four-week program, a panel of judges will have narrowed the field of contenders to two or three, and viewers will be given the opportunity to vote on Facebook for who they would like to see cast in the role. “I’m so happy that we’re doing this in such a way that we can give somebody, probably a new, fresh

face, one of the opportunities of a lifetime,” Mann said. The first episode of Casting Christine will air March 14 at 6:30 p.m. After the April 4 live vote, Mann, who is directing and starring in the film, and his producer, Bill Bossert, will have their leading lady. Shooting of the film will

commence April 29. Mann said he has long been a fan of the story by French writer Gaston Leroux, and is looking forward to presenting a new take on this wellknown tale. “It’s a story that I’ve always wanted to tell. I did play the part [of the Phantom] once on radio in Montreal which was actually a lot of fun…This is an opportunity to return to a story that I’ve always wanted to do a larger version of,” he said. Mann noted that the local production of Phantom of the Opera is darker than that which audiences are accustomed to. “It certainly has more horror elements to it, and it’s got some things we’ve never seen before and also a lot of material from the book that doesn’t often make it on

screen,” he explained. “It’s going to be a film that is familiar to a lot of people, but also a film that’s going to feel very fresh.” Filming will take place over the course of six weeks at an undisclosed Kingston theatre location. Mann, who will play the role of the Phantom in the local production, hopes to see the film on DVD and in stores by the end of 2013 or early 2014. Mann said Dracula saw great success as the first-ever locally produced film picked up for Hollywood distribution, and he expects Phantom of the Opera will fair just as well. He’s excited for the opportunity to turn this latest project of his into a local event with Casting Christine, and hopes it will make residents more aware of some of the great things being achieved by local artists. “I think we need to realize that we do have artists here who can compete on an international stage. I think by doing this type of TV series it creates a new awareness of how competitive we can be right here in Kingston.” Information regarding Casting Christine and this Saturday’s open audition can be found at http:// www.tvcogeco.ca. For more info on the film production visit www. newphantomoftheoperamovie. com.

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Domino Theatre presents Enchanted April by Matthew Barber and from the novel by Elizabeth Von Arnim. When two frustrated London housewives decide to rent a villa in Italy for a holiday away from their bleak marriages, they recruit two very different English women to share the cost and the experience. There, among the wisteria blossoms and Mediterranean sunshine, all four bloom again-rediscovering themselves in ways that they-and we-could never have expected. Enchanted April runs March 7-23 at Domino Theatre, 52 Church St. Performances take place at 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday. Tickets are $18. Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie presents AllOneWord: The “See” Series, choreographed by James Kudelka and performed by Bill Coleman and Laurence Lemieux. The “See” in the title refers to the fact that all the works, six in total, contain the idea of seeing or being seen, choreographed to the baroque violin Guardian Angel Sonata by Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber. This show takes place March 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Theatre. Regular tickets are $44.07, or $22.04 for youth. This show qualifies for the Impact Youth Pricing program and the eyeGo to the arts program. Serena Ryder performs March 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grand Theatre. Known for her powerful vocal range, Serena Ryder, who hails from the small town of Millbrook, Ont., has logged some serious tour miles going across Canada multiple times, as well as the U.S., Australia and Europe. She has earned two Canadian GOLD records, three JUNO Awards, a No.1 holiday single for Calling To Say and been part of Bravo! TV’s highfalutin Live at the Rehearsal Hall series. Her most recent album, Harmony, was released in late 2012 and her first single, Stompa had its world premiere on CBC Radio’s Q with Jian Ghomeshi. Montreal born recording artist Danielle Duval will be the opening act, promoting her latest album, Of the Valley. Tickets for this show are $36.73.

performance produced and executed by Queen’s students, takes place March 14-16 at the Grand Theatre. According to the VCFS website, this year’s theme “is all about finding the scandals under the corsets and hats. The stories, the attire, the rebels and the revolutionaries will come alive with our creativity as VCFS takes on a new edge.” Proceeds from this event will support the Sunshine Foundation of Canada Kingston Chapter. Tickets for the show are $22.60.

RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles, March 19 at the K-Rock Centre. RAIN, the acclaimed Beatles concert, returns by popular demand! They look like them and they sound just like them! All the music and vocals are performed totally live! RAIN covers The Beatles from the earliest beginnings through the psychedelic late 60s and their longhaired hippie, hard-rocking rooftop days. RAIN is a multi-media, multidimensional experience...a fusion of historical footage and hilarious television commercials from the 1960s lights up video screens and live cameras zoom in for close-ups. Sing along with your family and friends to such favorites as “Let It Be,” “Hey Jude,” “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” “Come Together” and “Can’t Buy Me Love,” and relive Beatlemania from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road! Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $36 to $49. Ajax & Little Iliad. These two one-act plays by Evan Webber and Frank CoxO’Connell set out to re-define ‘theatre of war’. In Little Iliad, the narrative is played out as a Skype conversation between characters called Evan and Thom, the latter about to ship out from Kingston to Afghanistan. In Ajax, the actors portray ancient Greek soldiers attending a performing of Sophocles. Limited to just 30 seats per show, with a pair of headphones for each audience member, this is contemporary performance at its most topical, personal, immediate and intimate. The show runs March 19-24, with 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. performances March 20-22, 7:30 p.m. performances March 19, 23 and 24, and 2:30 p.m. March 23-24. This show qualifies for the Impact Youth Pricing program and the eyeGo to the arts program. Tickets are 39.55 for adults, 19.78 for youth and Queen’s students. The Kingston Symphony Orchestra presents MW6 - Eternal Spring March 24 at the Grand Theatre. Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna is an intimate work of quiet serenity centered on a universal symbol of hope, reassurance, goodness,

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and illumination at all levels. Mark Sirett’s Beltane celebrates the spirit of spring. Schubert’s delightful fifth symphony is the perfect way to end the program. Tickets are 48.59 for adults, $45.20 for seniors, $22.60 for students, and $11.30 for children. The Price is Right Live! at the K-Rock Centre March 26. The Price Is Right Live! is the hit interactive stage show that gives contestants pulled right from the audience the chance to “Come On Down” to win appliances, vacations and even new cars by playing classic games from television’s longest running and most popular game show. From Plinko to Cliffhangers to the Big Wheel, and even the fabulous Showcase, all the favorite games are played just like the TV show. Scheduled to appear as host will be Todd Newton. Playing to near sold out audiences for nearly nine years, The Price Is Right Live! has given away more than 10 million dollars in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets. If you enjoy the rush of emotions experienced while watching the show on television, just imagine the possibilities if you were actually in the audience watching it live. The Price Is Right is produced by FremantleMedia North America and licensed by FremantleMedia Enterprises. Showtimes: 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Doors open one hour prior to each performance. The 7:30 p.m. show is sold out. Tickets for the 4 p.m. show are $25.00, $39.50 and $55. Marianas Trench with Webster and Anami Vice present Face The Music: With A Vengeance March 28 at the K-Rock Centre. After the wildly successful Face The Music tour that Marianas Trench brought across Canada this past fall, the Vancouver pop rockers are calling all Trenchers to join them, and special guests Down With Webster and Anami Vice, to in all new cities beginning in March. Ever After, Marianas’ latest album, has gone Platinum in Canada with over 100,000 units sold. It has

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The Pillowman: Written by Martin McDonagh, this play centers on a writer in an unnamed totalitarian state who is being interrogated about the gruesome content of his short stories and their similarities to a series of child murders. The result is an urgent work of theatrical bravura and an unflinching examination of the very nature and purpose of art. Winner of the 2004 Laurence Oliver Award for Best New Play. Pillowman, presented by Queen’s Vagabond Theatre, will run March 7-16 at the Baby Grand Theatre. There will be matinee performances at 2 p.m. on March 9, 10 and 16. All other performances will take place at 8 p.m. Tickets are $19 for adults, and $16 for students and seniors. This performance is not suitable for children.

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Enchanté

Enchanting and fascinating people….and their world

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Planting seeds of community growth that I wanted to be a writer,” she said. “I never shied away from writing. I loved creating stories. I used to be so EMC Lifestyle - Jessica Alken- proud of the storybooks I’d write.” These days, she has three books on brack has traded her red pen for a green thumb. Life’s blossoming for the go. “None may ever see a publishing Loving Spoonful’s Community Garden Coordinator. I’ve known Jessica house,” she said. “But just writing for several years. We used to work them is rewarding.” She moved to Kingston in 2007 for on the same newsroom team. She worked as a copy editor, which meant her copy editor position. After becoming one of a growing she was the one who made sure everyone’s grammar and style were up number of layoffs from the journalism field, Jessica decided it was time to professional standards. I’m hoping Jessica isn’t holding a to try something new. “I love writing and editing,” she red pen, a copy editor’s best friend, said. “I loved being a copy editor, but when she reads this column. She may cringe when reading this: I got into it at the wrong time.” She’s now using her skill set in a I refer to her as Jessica, which goes against Canadian Press standards. new way. “I grew up in a house where we I had the same issue when I wrote about Sarah Crosbie last year: it felt always had healthy food,” she said. too impersonal to call her by her last “Food is so crucial to health. You can’t think if you’re hungry. And you name. Jessica grew up in Brighton. She can’t be your best if you’re filled up said that her father being an English on junk food. There’s a shocking numteacher meant she learned the value ber of people in our community who and skills of proper grammar and are barely getting by. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice healthy food to pay writing style. “I knew when I was five years old the rent and utilities.” She said that her parents always gardened. SINKING IN DEBT? “I have wonderful parents and had a great childhood,” she said. “My AVOID grandmother always grows raspberBANKRUPTCY ries. I’ve always thought when I have • Proposals to Creditors my own backyard, I’ll have raspber• Budget Counselling ries. I miss having my own garden.” • Stop Wage Garnishees She said that working in a newsand Calls from room paid off in her new role with Collection Agencies Loving Spoonful. • Get a Fresh Start • Free Consultation “I’ve seen hundreds of press reRESULTS IN DAYS! leases and I know what works and BRIEF & ASSOCIATES LTD. how it works,” she said. “It’s imporTrustee in Bankruptcy tant to connect with people.” She entered a business marketing program at St. Lawrence College 1-800-372-7337 through the Federal Government’s 347 Alfred Street, Kingston Second Career program. That fundwww.brieftrustee.com ing covered her first two years in the program. She got through the third year on her own. “I’m much more family-oriCOACH & TOURS ented than career

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driven,” she said. “I didn’t want to leave Kingston. I wanted to use my skills in a non-profit setting. Loving Spoonful is such a great charity. I’m so blessed to have a job I really like. I’m really happy to be able to stay in Kingston. It’s such a friendly place and I feel at home here.” She explained that Loving Spoonful “rescues” surplus fresh food from restaurants, caterers, bakeries, wholesalers and farms. Volunteers deliver the food to 20 agencies. Loving Spoonful convenes and supports the City of Kingston’s community gardens and offers gardening workshops. “People think it’s daunting to grow your own fresh food,” she said. “It’s really not. People need to change their attitude toward gardening. When a family is out there in the garden, the kids are also out there making new friends and they have all this fresh food.” Jessica said one of the current initiatives of Loving Spoonful is to get donations of mason jars. “We have working bees, preserving and canning things like tomatoes,” she said. “That way, we can keep giving food over the year, not just in the summer. In the winter, we still have our food reclamation program with restaurants and bakeries.” In her Community Garden Coordinator role, Jessica is currently planning 22 workshops. “There will be a variety of different topics,” she said. “Things like sustainability tips, keeping gardens low cost, organic gardens, tips on planting.” She said that there are dedicated volunteers who host many of these gardens in the community. Another new initiative involves Bath Institution. Jessica and Loving Spoonful’s Executive Director, Mara Shaw, recently met with the institution’s groundskeeper. “He has put in several rows of gardens,” said Jessica. “A lot of inmates grow their own food. They’ve decided to plant large gardens so they can donate food. This food network is amaz-

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ing. So many are connected to help the same cause. I’m excited about that.” She’s also writing guidelines for community gardens. There are some exciting times on the horizon for Loving Spoonful. “We’re going to be doing some fun things this year,” Jessica said. “We want the booth at the farmers’ market to become engaging. We want it to be more than just a donation location. We’re hoping to push the limits. We don’t want to just be Jessica Alkenbrack, the Community Garden Coordisitting behind a nator for Loving Spoonful. table. We want to become more ening about other people in town. We gaging. Why shouldn’t we be there have a very loving community.” having vegetable juggling contests? There’s an important Loving It should be fun.” Spoonful fundraiser on March 13. For One of the organization’s programs, $20 theatre lovers can see Enchanted Grow A Row, encourages garden- April at Domino Theatre, 52 Church ers to grow extra produce to donate. Street. In 2003, a Matthew Barber adThis food goes directly to agencies aptation of the 1922 Enchanted April that may have budgets strained with novel opened on Broadway. the cost of offering healthy food for It’s the story of four women who clients. want to escape a dreary London winShe explained that the organization ter in 1922. They head for an Italwould like to expand drop-off loca- ian Castle. Two older members of a tions for fresh food this year. ladies’ club decide to round up two “We want to make it more conve- more women to share expenses. These nient for people who want to donate include a younger woman, Lady Carofood they’ve grown.” line, played by Sara Sturgeon. Many, They’re looking for host sites in the myself included, were impressed by east and west ends of the city. They Sturgeon’s performance as Maria in need a number of things to make this Sound of Music last December. happen, including freezers (that will In the tranquil and magical castle be converted to refrigeration units environment, they find hope and refor the drop-offs) and scales (food or discover love. bathroom). All profits from the March 13 per“It people pick more than they need formance of Enchanted April go to from their garden, they could drop it Loving Spoonful. For tickets, contact off,” said Jessica. “It gets picked up Jessica Alkenbrack at 613-546-4291 and distributed the same day. That’s x 1871 or Jessica@lovingspoonful. the thing about having so many awe- org. some volunteers. They’re so happy to For more information about Loving collect and distribute the food. Most Spoonful, visit www.lovingspoonful. people in the community are very car- org.


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evening. The ensembles strive for historical accuracy; for instance, in past baroque concerts, the musicians have used replica wind instruments of the period as well as baroque bows. They also play in accurate baroque pitch. These efforts follow a 2010 decision by some of the city’s orchestral musicians that Kingston should begin to establish historically informed performances. Now committed to authentic baroque, the group recently held a “Baroque Idol” competition for vocalists. Queen’s music student Suzette Janse van Rensburg took home the prize in midFebruary. The choir, which was formed in 1985 by musical director Dr. David Cameron, now consists of about 25 vo-

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InternatIonal Women’s Day March 8, 2013 International Women’s Day has been observed since in the early 1900’s, a time of great expansion and turbulence in the industrialized world that saw booming population growth and the rise of radical ideologies. 1908 Great unrest and critical debate was occurring amongst women. Women’s oppression and inequality was spurring women to become more vocal and active in campaigning for change. Then in 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights. 1909 In accordance with a declaration by the Socialist Party of America, the first National Woman’s Day (NWD) was observed across the United States on 28 February. Women continued to celebrate NWD on the last Sunday of February until 1913. 1910 n 1910 a second International Conference of Working Women was held in Copenhagen. A woman named a Clara Zetkin (Leader of the ‘Women’s Office’ for the Social Democratic Party in Germany) tabled the idea of an International Women’s Day. She proposed that every year in every country there should be a celebration on the same day - a Women’s Day - to press for their demands. The conference of over 100 women from 17 countries, representing unions, socialist parties, working women’s clubs, and including the first three women elected to the Finnish parliament, greeted Zetkin’s suggestion

with unanimous approval and thus International Women’s Day was the result. 1911 Following the decision agreed at Copenhagen in 1911, International Women’s Day (IWD) was honoured the first time in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland on 19 March. More than one million women and men attended IWD rallies campaigning for women’s rights to work, vote, be trained, to hold public office and end discrimination. However less than a week later on 25 March, the tragic ‘Triangle Fire’ in New York City took the lives of more than 140 working women, most of them Italian and Jewish immigrants. This disastrous event drew significant attention to working conditions and labour legislation in the United States that became a focus of subsequent International Women’s Day events. 1911 also saw women’s ‘Bread and Roses’ campaign. 1913-1914 On the eve of World War I campaigning for peace, Russian women observed their first International Women’s Day on the last Sunday in February 1913. In 1913 following discussions, International Women’s Day was transferred to 8 March and this day has remained the global date for International Wommen’s Day ever since. In 1914 further women across Europe held rallies to campaign against the war and to express women’s solidarity. 1917 On the last Sunday of February, Russian women began a strike for “bread and peace” in response to the death over 2

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million Russian soldiers in war. Opposed by political leaders the women continued to strike until four days later the Czar was forced to abdicate and the provisional Government granted women the right to vote. The date the women’s strike commenced was Sunday 23 February on the Julian calendar then in use in Russia. This day on the Gregorian calendar in use elsewhere was 8 March. 1918 - 1999 Since its birth in the socialist movement, International Women’s Day has grown to become a global day of recognition and celebration across developed and developing countries alike. For decades, IWD has grown from strength to strength annually. For many years the United Nations has held an annual IWD conference to coordinate international efforts for women’s rights and participation in social, political and economic processes. 1975 was designated as ‘International Women’s Year’ by the United Nations. Women’s organisations and governments around the world have also observed IWD annually on 8 March by holding large-scale events that honour women’s advancement and while diligently reminding of the continued vigilance and action required to ensure that women’s equality is gained and maintained in all aspects of life. 2000 and beyond IWD is now an official holiday in Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, China (for women only), Cuba,

Georgia, Guinea-Bissau, Eritrea, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Madagascar (for women only), Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Nepal (for women only), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam and Zambia. The tradition sees men honouring their mothers, wives, girlfriends, colleagues, etc with flowers and small gifts. In some countries IWD has the equivalent status of Mother’s Day where children give small presents to their mothers and grandmothers. The new millennium has witnessed a significant change and attitudinal shift in both women’s and society’s thoughts about women’s equality and emancipation. Many from a younger generation feel that ‘all the battles have been won for women’ while many feminists from the 1970’s know only too well the longevity and ingrained complexity of patriarchy. With more women in the boardroom, greater equality in legislative rights, and an increased critical mass of women’s visibility as impressive role models in every aspect of life, one could think that women have gained true equality. The unfortunate fact is that women are still not paid equally to that of their male counterparts, women still are not present in equal numbers in business or politics, and globally women’s education, health and the violence against them is worse than that of men. However, great improvements have

been made. We do have female astronauts and prime ministers, school girls are welcomed into university, women can work and have a family, women have real choices. And so the tone and nature of IWD has, for the past few years, moved from being a reminder about the negatives to a celebration of the positives. Annually on 8 March, thousands of events are held throughout the world to inspire women and celebrate achievements. A global web of rich and diverse local activity connects women from all around the world ranging from political rallies, business conferences, government activities and networking events through to local women’s craft markets, theatric performances, fashion parades and more. Many global corporations have also started to more actively support IWD by running their own internal events and through supporting external ones. For example, on 8 March search engine and media giant Google some years even changes its logo on its global search pages. Year on year IWD is certainly increasing in status. The United States even designates the whole month of March as ‘Women’s History Month’. So make a difference, think globally and act locally !! Make everyday International Women’s Day. Do your bit to ensure that the future for girls is bright, equal, safe and rewarding.


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EMC News - It’s not often one gets to pick the brain of an Oscar winner, but a group of lucky movie buffs and filmmakers got to do just that Saturday when Canadian composer Mychael Danna visited The Grand Theatre to speak at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival’s Filmmakers’ Reception. Fresh off his Best Original Score Oscar win for the movie Life of Pi less than a week earlier, Danna remarked that he was still processing the whole experience. “I really have only flashes of it in my memory still,” he said. “It’s a pretty ridiculous scene you’re looking out at from the stage….You don’t really feel anything [when they announce your name]. You feel it later, although I still haven’t gotten to that yet because it’s just been nuts.” It was Danna’s nationality that helped him land the gig on this at once very international and very Canadian film in the first place. Originally a novel by Canadian Yann Martel, Life of Pi tells of an Indian boy who survives a shipwreck, has some very unusual adventures drifting at sea for many months, and eventually ends up residing in Montreal. “[Director Ang Lee] called me a

few years after he got the option for the book,” Danna recalled. “He was kind of laughing and saying ‘you’re custom-made for this. You’re Canadian and it’s a Canadian book, and you’re married to an Indian woman and have spent a lot of time in South Asia. I want to have Indian instruments and you’ve done all these things.’” Danna credits the multiculturalism of Toronto, where he attended school and still resides today, for opening his eyes to many different varieties of world music. “When I started at U of T I was living downtown, where you could hear any kind of music from all over the world...It really expanded my way of looking at everything. From that moment, I just started observing all these things and made them a part of what I do.” Danna remarked that composers can in many ways be compared to casting directors, and instruments to actors: “You want to get across ideas and emotions in your music, and you have a whole world of possibilities to cast from – instruments from everywhere…There are all kinds of things that an instrument brings, just like a character or an actor – all the hidden meanings and so on. The more you understand, the more you can get that across successfully.” In the movie business, he said,

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EMC news-Every once in awhile I have the urge to express an opinion. Most often the urge relates to water levels, health services, water levels, island beautification and the ferry service on Wolfe Island, where I reside. In this instance I want to express my thanks to the crew of the Wolfe Islander who, for whatever reason, by chance or by design delayed the departure of the 10 pm ferry from Kingston to 10:16 pm. This may (or not) have delayed the 10:40 WI return ferry departure by 5 minutes. The late Kingston departure made “The Tenors” concert we attended, to its very end even better… Why? Because we got to the island at 10:40 pm. If we miss the 10 pm ferry, the next ferry leaves Kingston at 11:20 pm getting us to the island at 11:40 and home after midnight! ….That’s the time if islanders risk staying to the end of anything in Kingston, meetings, movies, concerts and even hockey games ( so I’m told). For our first 10-15 years of living on Wolfe Island we would accept the situation , without much thought although falling asleep at the dock can be rather embarrassing. Or coaxing a cab to speed through the city from the bus/train station, or Queens, or from wherever driving too fast to try to get the 10 pm ferry and miss it anyway, just doesn’t work very well for us anymore.. So what happens? When we should going out somewhere, to a play, a lecture, a movie, a concert, a meeting ? We don’t. We instead join the ranks of the (even further) isolated islanders particularly during the winter months. Not a healthy situation re-

ally….. I have not done a survey and I have not questioned those who work shifts, but based on the opinion of fellow concert goers, most of whom had not stayed the extra few minutes to hear the last song sung , (they raced instead from the K Rock Centre to catch the 10 pm ferry to get home at a reasonable hour), a 15minute change to the schedule could make an incredible difference to that scenario… 2. Proposed Federal riding Boundary Changes, while a conundrum for Kingston & The Islands…. changes nothing for Frontenac Islands. Federal Electoral Boundary changes will still leave Frontenac Islands (Howe & Wolfe) in Frontenac County, but voting with Kingston. We are sitting out there pretty much on our own as the smallest township in Ontario, with Wolfe situated a long way from Howe Island and with very little in common with either South, Central or North Frontenac. Rejected as a partner by Pittsburgh Township during amalgamation discussions, Howe & Wolfe had no place to go… no choices… So while closer by water to the USA, the islands were joined together as one township, one kilometre across water and one hour in apart travel. And yet remain part of Frontenac County! Pittsburgh Township (urban & rural) chose instead to stay together and become part of Kingston. As an aside Frontenac Islands is most often referred to as an agricultural township and historically that was true but not now, the assessment for both islands is overwhelmingly residential. Wolfe Island collects 92 % of its taxes from residential property; for Howe Island that number is 99%,

That’s money for the township, schools and the county! Around Town: * The Simcoe Island ferry has been operating with an on again, off again schedule in tune with the melt/freeze situation so much a part of this winter. * Chilifest was a success in spite of the wetish weather. Sleigh rides and WI Beaver Tails, & skating on the rink . A large well dressed chicken (B.B.) wandering about the grounds and all varieties of chilli.. . This year’s winner was once again the ‘Hulton Chili’ Many thanks for a fun event… * WI Blooming Gardeners will be undertaking planting upgrades around civic buildings in Marysville, the town hall, library, Medical Clinic etc. Rain barrels at these sites would make watering a little easier…… * Please note that the Community Improvement project meeting will be held Wed. March 17th (not the 16th as previously stated) *The WI Boat Club has posted program dates with an Open House scheduled April 4 (5:30-8:30) at the “Boat House” Check : wolfeislandboathouse.com * Fr. DeSouza will be in Rome for a time, commentating for ETWN on a show called “Vatican Daily” as the RC Church awaits a new Shepherd. * And finally, “THE CLOCKS SPRING AHEAD’ THIS Saturday… Spring IS coming . Let’s hope the water comes back as well. Coming Events: Frontenac Council Mtg. Monday March 11th, 6:30 PM WI Town Hall. * WI Historical Society Gathers with Capt. Brian Johnson, Wed. March 20th 7:30 pm.. An updated slide presentation of Ferry Service.

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Foundation wasn’t fully established here,” MacNair said, noting that the executive team decided to focus its efforts on helping this charity become more well known in the local community. The Sunshine Foundation grants dreams to children with severe physical disabilities and life-threatening illnesses. Since 1987, the organization has made dreams come true to 7,000 children across Canada. “They’re a wonderful organization…one thing that’s been really important to us has been raising awareness about the cause as well as the fact that we hope to leave behind a generous sized donation to them,” Brent said. The Vogue team is looking to raise a total

of $40,000 for the local chapter of the Sunshine Foundation, and is hoping the Kingston community will assist them in their efforts. “As much as it is a highly-anticipated show on Queen’s campus…it is so meaningful to have community involvement. We want to raise awareness for the Sunshine Foundation and we also want the Kingston Community to know that we want to interact with them,” Brent said. Tickets for this year’s Vogue Charity Fashion Show can be purchase online at kingstongrand.ca, at the Grand Theatre box office, 218 Princess St., or by phone, 613530-2050. The show runs March 14-16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Regina Rosen Auditorium of the Grand Theatre.

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EMC News - For the average Canadian, a fondness for hockey is in our blood. Whether it’s diehard loyalty to the home team, or just enjoying a casual pint with the game on the TV, hockey is really a part of life. For Kingston, some might argue, this is truer than anywhere else. Since hockey’s inception, Kingston has really been a hub of development and excellence. Many pioneers of the game come from right here in town, and hockey really became the game we know today through modernizations that took place in Kingston. The city was rewarded for its dedication to the game with the bid for the original Hockey Hall of Fame in 1943, presented by the NHL and the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. Kingston was the home of the first sports hall of fame in Canada, in fact. It closed its doors at York and Alfred streets downtown in 2012, and reopened Feb. 28 of this year at the Invista Centre. Much of the hall is devoted to the memory of Captain James T. Sutherland, who conceived of a hall of fame during the early part of the 20th century. “He was really there in the infancy of the game,” says Dale Morrisey, who worked on the media development of the new site. “What distinguishes this hall, I

think, is that there are artifacts that For Potter, the Invista site is reare very Kingston-based,” continues ally a stepping-stone towards an Morrisey. “So much happened to even larger final site. help push the game along here.” “The ultimate goal is to move Indeed, the displays at the new the Hall of Fame downtown,” he hall really do show that Kingston says. “We want to give a feel for is a cradle of the game. One piece, what it could be.” No site has officially been for example, is the oldest known hockey puck in existence, from an chosen for a permanent location 1886 game on Lake Ontario – and downtown, though the move is it’s shaped like a cube, believe it or likely two or more years away. In not. Other neat finds include the the meantime, visitors can enjoy world’s oldest remaining hockey the these priceless artifacts while jersey (from Queen’s), Canada’s first watching or playing the game itself Olympic gold medal for hockey from at the Invista Centre, which is sure 1924, and a tribute to the Original Six to make it all the more exciting. As Potter, a clear hockey lover teams, all of whom donated funds towards the building of the Original himself, says, “This could be Hockey Hall of Fame. Their cheques something really special.” The Original Hockey Hall of are on display as well. The new site is also very interac- Fame is open on the upper level tive, with a giant touch screen tablet of the Invsita Centre from 9 a.m. that allows visitors to look up stats, to 9 p.m. daily with no charge for view photos, learn trivia, and much admission. more. “It’s a fresh, new, modern look,” says Mark Potter, president of the Original Hockey Hall of Fame. In addition to the tablet, there are also video clips, table hockey, and el- The Original Hockey Hall of Fame pays tribbow hockey for ute to the Original Six teams. visitors to play. Photo/Kelly Reid

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Queen’s Vagabond presents the darkly comedic thriller The Pillowman also the name of one of Katurian’s stories, which tells of a being made out of pillows who visits people who are on EMC Events - Should disturbing the verge of suicide due to the tortured art have the right to exist? Whose lives they have lived. He then travels responsibility is it – if anyone’s - to back in time to when they were chilsay whether horrible, haunting works dren and convinces them to kill themshould be consumed by society or selves then instead, in order to avoid the horror their lives have in store. burned? Young notes that walking the line These are some of the questions addressed in Martin McDonagh’s award- between the disturbing subject matter winning play The Pillowman. The and the often absurdly comedic lines play tells of a writer, Katurian, who is can be a challenge. “It’s hard, and we’ve definitely being interrogated by two police officers in an unnamed totalitarian state had times in rehearsal where we feel regarding the content of his 400-plus we’ve lost some of the comedy begruesome, Brothers Grimm-esque cause we’ve fallen so deep into the short stories and their connection to a darkness. But I think in the end a lot of the comedy is just ridiculous. It’s series of child murders. Kingston audiences will have the people saying ridiculous things, and opportunity to see The Pillowman that’s why you immediately laugh. live starting tonight at the Baby Grand Then you sort of [think twice and wish Theatre. The play runs until March you hadn’t].” “When you have an intensely real 16. “It’s a really very, very, very dark play like this is, the laughs a lot of comedy,” says director Adrian Young. the time come from the uncomfortHe explains that The Pillowman opens able nature of the scene,” agrees Sean with Katurian sitting in an interroga- Meldrum, who plays Katurian. “We tion room with a bag over his head, don’t really have to put too much into being questioned for reasons he can’t it because the lines themselves are just understand by two power-drunk, often funny.” Young also plays one of the detecbrutal detectives. Gradually, the play moves into why Katurian is there and tives, Tupolski. He notes that audiexamines whether or not he has done ences will be perhaps equally haunted by the implied nature of the society in anything wrong. “It deals with a lot of deliberately which the play is set as they will be by despicable material, things that people Katurian’s stories: “You have these detectives, [Tupolwouldn’t normally want to talk about,” says Young. “But it’s also very funny. ski and Ariel], who are completely leI think in a way it’s like that so the gitimate in their careers doing terrible audience can still sit there and listen, things [during the interrogation], and even when the dark stuff gets brought so if that’s what they’re allowed to do who knows what goes on in the sociup.” Mississauga EMC Gameday.pdf 1 3/4/2013 12:14:57 PM The title of the play, for example, is ety outside of this room.” By Hollie Pratt-Campbell

The fact that virtually all of Katurian’s stories involve violence toward children adds even more depth to the play’s subject matter. “It brings up the question of why we hide the world from children. Because there are a lot of dark things out there that we don’t want our children to know about until they reach a certain age,” says Pierre Campbell, who plays Katurian’s brother, Michal. “This play [questions whether] we should let children know about the world a little earlier.” Perhaps fittingly, one of the cast members is eight-year-old Hadley Salmon, who plays the character of the Little Jesus Girl. “We’re not sure if she’s actually eight years old,” jokes Campbell. “The content is very mature, but she’s very old for her age. She’s been wonderful.” “The whole thing has been an amazing process,” adds Meldrum. “We’ve put countless hours into it and we’re all really proud of what we’ve done. We hope that all the messages come across and that people have a good time at the show and hopefully think a little bit at the end as well.” The Pillowman runs March 7-10 and March 13–16 at 8 p.m. at the Baby Grand. There will also be 2 p.m. matinees on March 9, 10 and 16. Tickets are available at the Grand Theatre Box office at the Tricolour Outlet in the John Deutsch University Center or online at www.kingstongrand.ca.

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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 call Sandra 613-5461509. Join the drum circle at Ben’s Pub (105 Clergy Street) every Sunday from 8 to 10 p.m. No experience necessary. This is a casual, come-when-you-can circle open to all. Bring hand drums, shakers, flutes, and other instruments. If you don’t have any, we have extras. Come 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 21, April 2, April 18. For further information please visit our website at www.quiltskingston.org. 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. Seniors Community Club #523 Centre 70, corner of Days and Front Road. Shuffleboard and Bridge Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. New members welcome. Frontenac County Childcare Cen-

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8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Collins Bay Royal The Royal Canadian Legion Branch Canadian Legion 631, 4034 Bath Rd. Singles and Couples welcome. Dress 631 in Collins Bay is proud to present Rawhide from2-6 p.m. March 9. EuCode in effect. chre every Sunday at 1 p.m. RegistraT’ai Chi Chih, twenty gentle move- tion at 12:30 p.m. For more info, call ments that promote health of body, mind 613-389-6605. and spirit. Beginners’ Level One, 7 lesThe Baha’i Community of Kingssons, at 1200 Princess St. at 4:20 p.m. Fridays, starting March 8 (omit Mar. 15, ton welcomes everyone to a devotional 29). Everyone is a beginner, so there is gathering on the theme of Tests & Difcareful, patient instruction. Phone Sr. ficulties on Saturday, March 9 at 2:30 Kay, 613-544-4525 x175, or e-mail to p.m. at 99 York St. Further info: bahais@kingston.net, 613-634-0767. Canadian Blood Services blood donor sr.kay.morrell@providence.ca. clinic every Tuesday and Wednesday, 3-7 Baroque Tavern Night hosted by p.m. March 7 Thursday clinic 9 a.m. to 1 Attention veterans, ex-service men p.m. and 3-7 p.m. Where: 850 Gardiners and women and dependents: The Royal the Melos Choir and Chamber OrchesRd., Unit B. Canadian Legion Ontario Command tra. Be of good Cheer! Come and enService Bureau Officer, Mrs. Patricia joy music by members and friends of Are you sick? Depressed? You are Royle will be visiting Branch 560, Melos, as you munch on delectable rewelcome to Kingston Healing Clinic Kingston, on Tuesday, March 19 at 9 freshments and learn about the history where trained personnel will pray for a.m. Anyone wishing for information, of beer. Cash bar available to explore you. Every Monday between 6-9 p.m. advice or assistance regarding war dis- what you’ve learned. Friday, March 999 Sydenham Rd., Kingston. Third Day ability pensions, treatment for entitled 8, at 7 p.m., at St. George’s Hall, St. Worship Centre. We believe in miracles. veterans, application for benevolent George’s Cathedral, Wellington Street fund assistance, and appeals against at Johnson Street, in downtown KingsThe Knights of Columbus council adverse original applications for war ton. Advance sales only! Tickets at St. 11524 will be selling raffle tickets in sup- veterans and widows allowance, is re- George’s Cathedral, Novel Idea, and port of the Arthritis Society on Monday, quested to contact the Branch Service The Church Bookroom. March 4 until  Saturday, March 9 at the Officer or Branch Secretary of the local Canadian Tire store on Division street. branch, 734 Montreal St., at 613-548Prizes include, eight vehicles and 13 cash 4570. prizes totalling over $400,000 dollars. Tickets are only $2 each or three for $5. The Napanee Chapter of the BusiSouthern Frontenac Community SerThe majority of money received will be ness Men’s Fellowship in Canada will vices Corporation offers a Caregiver donated to the Arthritis Society. Please host a banquet on March 8, at Selby Support Drop-in the second Tuesday of help us, so we can help others. Community Hall at 6:30 p.m. Reser- every month from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. vations must be in by March 5. Men, at Grace Centre in Sydenham. This is The Retirees Association of Queen’s ladies and youth are welcome. Guest an opportunity for those who are Careis hosting a panel discussion:  “A  Chal- speaker is: Bob Gray. Special music by givers to enjoy a cup of coffee/tea with lenge to Queen’s Spirit: Coping With “Psallo”. Catering by Linda C.Bates. other Caregivers in a safe and supportGrowth.”  John Meisel (Political Studies) For tickets call Andre 613-377-6710, ive environment. It is possible, with will chair the event. Wednesday, March Rev. John Hilliard 613-352-5691, Gar- prior arrangements, to bring your loved 20, 7.30 p.m., Room 1003 in the Biosci- field 613-354-9235. one with you who will be cared for by ences Building, 116 Barrie Street. caring and qualified staff of the Adult Bath Artisans will be having a show Graham’s Pharmacy Clinic Monday, Day Service. For more information and sale at Town-Coffee Plus, 4501 Bath March 11: Diabetic Foot Care. Appoint- please contact Mary Gaynor-Briese, Rd., Amherstview, daily until April 30. ments are 20 minutes in duration. Just Caregiver Support at 613-376-6477. call or come in to book your appoint39 Club of Kingston Dance Friday, ment, 328 King Street East, (613)542Sunbury TOPS Chapter meet every March 8. Music by Heartland Country. 4111.

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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 4-H Ontario new leader and youth leader training, Friday, March 8, 7 p.m. at the Glenburnie United Church, 1028 Unity Rd. Contact Ann Babcock at 613-372-2974 or bababcock@hotmail.ca for more information. March 17 Ham Dinner at the Golden Links Hall Harrowsmith from 4:30-6 p.m. Call Barb, 613-372-2315. Bedford’s Bi-Weekly Open Mike and Jam Session, 1-5 p.m. March 10 at Bedford Community Hall, 1381 Westport Rd. Featuring Bluegrass,Country, Gospel and more. Info, at 613-374-2614. Open Mic Night every Friday at the Storrington Centre Fire Hall in Sunbury, 7-10 p.m. Old and new country, gospel, bluegrass and more. No cover charge. Sharbot Lake Farmers Market winter market will take place on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, January through April, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Oso Comunity Hall, 1107 Garrett St. March 16 workshop: Home Composting, from 10-11 a.m., with presenter Mike Steeves. A workshop on home composting. How to make several batches of compost in one year. A review of soil composition, and the truths and fallacies of fertilizer.

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EMC Lifestyle - Here’s a great way to start your Irish celebrations before March 17: The Brockville Museum and the Brockville Irish Cultural Society are co-sponsoring “The Ballad of D’Arcy McGee”. Thomas D’Arcy McGee is arguably the most important Irish person in Canadian history. “D’Arcy McGee is our only politician who has been assassinated,” said Museum Educator Amy Whitehorne. “He was a great orator and a great thinker, one of the best we’ve had in Canadian history. It’s a shame people don’t know more about him. Everyone remembers Sir John A. Macdonald, but McGee gets overshadowed. The word gets overused in history texts, but McGee truly was a visionary.” Thomas D’Arcy McGee was a key player in Confederation. According to former Ontario Premier, William Davis, “Many men contributed to Confederation, but it was McGee who mobilized the popular enthusiasm that made it possible.” The eloquent and principled Irishman did not back down from a challenge. He offended many along the way. But none can complain about McGee’s steadfastness in supporting his adopted country.

The historical drama, “The Ballad of D’Arcy McGee”, which includes music, will be presented at the museum site, 5 Henry St. in Brockville, on March 8 at 7 p.m. It’s the story of the heroic life and tragic death of McGee. As former Ontario Premier Bill Davis noted, without McGee, there may have been no Confederation. McGee, well familiar with hatred based on race and religion in his Irish homeland, sought to resolve such bitterness in a country that would become Canada. He was attacked by extremists on all sides. His idealism, courage and sense of justice prevailed until the night he was assassinated. His death, like that of Abraham Lincoln’s, was a cathartic event for a young nation. Thomas D’Arcy McGee was born in 1825 in Carlingford, County Lough, in Ireland. Prospects in Ireland at that time were not good, so, in 1842, a young D’Arcy McGee set sail for the U.S., where he went to work as a journalist with a Boston newspaper. An editorial about Irish affairs caught the attention of Daniel O’Connor, often known as Ireland’s Liberator. McGee was offered and accepted a position at The Freeman’s Journal in Dublin and he returned to Irish soil in 1845. The year after he returned, the first potato blight struck. In the next

two years, 20 per cent of the Irish In 1857, McGee moved to Montreal of his own turmoil in Quebec. The population died and another million to start a newspaper. In those days, Irish felt they weren’t properly repemigrated. McGee joined a group the British Province of Canada con- resented. The New Era, the newspaplotting Irish independence from sisted of Ontario and Quebec. The per where McGee served as editor, England. McGee was charged with French majority in Quebec and the called for unity. McGee’s editorials treason. Disguised as a priest, he left English majority of Ontario viewed served more like headlines as they Ireland onboard a ship and returned each other with suspicion, leading caught the attention of the masses. to America. to a constant state of deadlock in His eloquence served him well. Seeing no solution in either vio- the legislature. Everywhere McGee “Thomas D’Arcy McGee poslence or politics, McGee believed looked he saw conflict. In Ontario, sessed many of the qualities tradithat it was up to the Irish in North Catholics and Protestants were a diContinued on page 38 America to take care of and im- vided lot. McGee was in the middle prove themselves through hard work. But he’d seen injustice firsthand at home. For many decades, the Irish in Ireland had been banned from being educated, holding public office, becoming lawyers and hoMe BuSIneSS FarM auto judges, and buying land, among many other restrictions. McGee knew education was a key to imAn Independent Insurance Broker Covers You Best. provement. Earl Shaw Insurance Brokers Ltd. He was attracted to Cana2001 Hwy 15 Kingston • 613-542-6573 • 1-877-269-6170 da, where it was www.shawinsurancekingston.ca less crowded and Proudly Representing All Canadian Insurance Companies less urbanized. R0011953890

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Thomas D’Arcy McGee’s vision became Canada tionally associated with the Irish race,” said Davis, in a speech given at St. Paul’s University in Minnesota. “He was quick witted and eloquent, with a gift for phrases which lingered in the memory of those who heard him. He was, throughout his career, a foe of injustice and a champion of the oppressed…He had a vision of the future of his country that went far beyond the imagination of most men of his generation, and he helped to make it a reality.” In addition to being a journalist and poet, McGee travelled the country as a lecturer. He spoke on such issues as literature and history, especially that of Ireland. Despite not promoting a political cause in his lectures, many thought that an Irish papist should not be allowed to speak in public. In 1858, Orangemen attacked his Toronto hotel, which led to one of the worst riots in the city’s history. Two years later, he was forced by vigilantes holding guns on him to cancel one of his lectures. In 1857, he was elected to Parliament with a mandate to secure Catholic Schools and to oppose representation by population. He succeeded in his first mandate: in 1863, legislation was passed recognizing a Catholic school system in Ontario. McGee ran into difficulty when he abandoned his second mandate, that of equal repre-

sentation. Ontario and Quebec had an equal number of parliamentary seats. But the increasing population of Ontario was becoming dissatisfied with this arrangement. McGee came to see that representation could not work unless it was based on population. This didn’t sit well with many in Montreal. McGee also had the foresight to see that a collection of far-scattered colonies needed more than a coalition. He started to push for the Confederation of Canada. His vision wasn’t limited to Ontario and Quebec. He spoke of extending Canada to the west. McGee offered a vision to a new country. Again, sticking to his principles, he crossed the floor of Parliament to join John A. Macdonald, a fellow believer in Confederation. McGee played an important negotiating role with the Maritime provinces and the British government. Davis describes the coalition that brought Canada together as “an extraordinary combination, including the Puritan George Brown, the fiery Celt McGee and the genial cynical Scotsman John A. Macdonald.” In post-Civil War USA, Fenians were planning attacks on Canada. McGee was not fond of secret societies, not even those favouring Ireland. He believed that the American Fenians would set back all the progress the Irish had made in Canada.

He denounced the Fenians and warned Canadians about them. McGee made many enemies. Still, he won his election in 1867. He suffered ongoing threats to his life. On April 6, 1868, he gave a speech in the new Parliament of the Dominion of Canada. He appealed to the people of Nova Scotia to stay in Confederation. After the speech, he walked home. At his doorstep he was shot in the head. There is still debate whether the convicted and executed Fenian accused of the murder was actually McGee’s killer. The action in “The Ballad of D’Arcy McGee”, narrated by a friend of McGee’s, is set in a town hall in southern Ontario in late 1873, a time of political crisis in a young country. The production is presented by author and actor Mark Finnan, accompanied by traditional musicians and singers Glen Caradus, John Hoffman and Michael Keterner. Tickets for this production are $20 per person. Reservations are strongly recommended. To guarantee a seat at this performance, which runs on one evening only, call the Brockville Museum at 613-342-4397. Much of the above background material on D’Arcy McGee was sourced from a speech given by former Ontario Premier William G. Davis at St. Paul’s University in Minnesota. For more information: www.brockvillemuseum.com

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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

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67 SPEERS, AMHERSTVIEW Well maintained bungalow in a great neighborhood. only minutes away from all amenities, this very nice home has gleaming hardwood in living room, brand new carpet in the bedrooms, large kitchen and a fantastic play room in the basement. priced to sell so it won’t last long! MLS 13601513. $269,900

258 QUEEN MARY RD 26 , KINGSTON 3 bedroom condo/townhome in the heart of the city. the price reflects that the unit requires cosmetic updating. MLS 13601450. $119,900

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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

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169 KILDARE AVE, AMHERSTVIEW 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. 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

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

2684 COUNTY ROAD 14 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

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Yarker Rd at Hwy 38 - $474,800 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

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Barbara St - $489,800 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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Greene Homes, now in Amherstview, popular â&#x20AC;&#x153;Driftwoodâ&#x20AC;? model, 1745 sf, 3 bdrms, 2.5 baths, 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ceilings, laminate & dura ceramic flrs, upgraded carpet in bdrms, upgraded maple kit w/7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; peninsula & walk-in pantry, open to eating area & great rm w/cath ceiling, Mstr w/ens & walk-in closet, 2nd flr lndry, dbl car garage. MLS

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438 GRANDTRUNK AVE. $274,428

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Stunning custom built home which offers over 3000 sqft of living space including a professional finished lower level. Starting with itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s custom stone and stucco exterior, this home is sure to impress... Boasting a foyer with cathedral ceilings; upgraded hardwood and ceramic flooring throughout; custom kitchen with granite counters, 9 ft ceilings, superior trim package, main floor family room with gas fireplace, garden doors with transom window leading to a spectacular, professionally landscaped backyard. Master bedroom with luxurious ensuite and a bay window sitting area. Every room offers something special and different and reflects the highest standards and craftsmanship. This home is a must see. We look forward to welcoming you home to 700 Melrose Street. Hosted By Mark Malinoff

It really is the best of both worlds, city living on a beautiful country sized lot sits this beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home. Starting with a large park like lot which is 55â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 154â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, fully fenced overlooking a conservation area. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets while sitting out on your oversized deck, once inside you will you find a formal dining room with hardwood floors. The kitchen will impress, lots of cupboards, centre island, ceramic flooring and a large window overlooking back yard. Family room features a double sided fireplace. Nice master bedroom with walk in closet and ensuite, professionally finished lower level with large rec room and storage area, new high efficiency gas furnace in 2010, hrv in 2010. This is a great family home on a very quite cul de sac in Kingston East. We look forward to welcoming you home to 405 Sheila Court. Hosted By Eileen Hood

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3829 COUNTY ROAD 9 , GREATER NAPANEE - $299,900

Looking for country living? Looking for an in-law suite? This sprawling 2300 sq.Ft. Bungalow features a main floor self-contained in-law suite with full kitchen, living room, dining room, den, bedroom and 4pc washroom. The main living area features 3 bedrooms, living room, family room, main floor laundry, one full and one half washrooms, walk out from kitchen to large deck. Sitting on approx. 2 Acres and overlooking adjoining open space this property just may be what you are looking for.

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221 REGENT - $339,900

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!

535 BRAESIDE - $269,500

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.

1044 Waterbury Cres. $234,900

Very clean and tidy 3 Bedroom elevated bungalow semi in desirable west end neighbourhood. This property has been well cared for and is decorated in neutral decor. The lower level has a walk out to the fully fenced backyard and an additional bedroom which gives this property excellent in-law suite potential. Recent updates include: front window, paint, light fixtures and shed. Fridge, Stove and Dishwasher are included.

674 MELROSE ST. - $274,900

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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Tired of the hustle and bustle of city living? Consider this open concept, custom home located on a park-like lot and loaded with quality extras! Features include a 900â&#x20AC;&#x2122; oversized double garage, work shop with a 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 20â&#x20AC;&#x2122; carport, new shingles and high efficiency hot water propane heating system (Nov 2012), a jacuzzi ensuite and balcony off master bedroom, an exceptional custom kitchen open concept to dining and living room areas, vaulted ceilings, a top quality wood stove and much more. Relax in your private yard with a covered hot tub spa area, permanent gazebo and incredible landscaping. Walk to the ferry which runs 24/7 on demand. All this, minutes from downtown Kingston. Truly a rare find. Call now to arrange your private showing.

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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. Dir: off Loyalist

1084 MONTREAL ST.

2068 RAILTON ROAD - $337,000

GREAT STARTER OR INVESTMENT HOME 1200 sq. ft, 2 storey, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, separate dining room and eat in kitchen. Full unspoiled basement, fenced yard. Appliances included. Offered at $169,900. Call to view. MLS 13601389

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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. Your host: Bob Steacy.

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.

$309,000

61 GLENORA DRIVE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; LOYALIST CLUB ESTATES - $334,900

Loyalist Club Estates. Unique finished elevated 2 bedroom bungalow plus den. Upgrades: oak hardwood in living and dining room, 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ceilings, open concept kitchen with granite countertops, remodeled baths, new Berber in lower level. Insulated garage w/loft. Virtual tour: www.obeo. com/736656. MLS 12605522.

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14 HENRY CRESCENT $239,900

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Spacious, bright, open concept `Addison` in a desirable west end neighbourhood. Vaulted ceilings welcome you to a large master with 5 pc ensuite and walk in closet big enough for the two of you. Eat-in kitchen with island, overlooking vaulted ceiling family rm with gas fireplace. Patio doors to deck and fenced yard with `stamped concrete` patio and gazebo. Features inc. Palladium windows, newly refinished hardwood floors, soaker tub, architectural columns and a rec rm with wet bar. Close to schools, shopping, golf course lemoines pt conservation area. Mls 13600774 Dir: Bayridge Drive to Conservatory Drive $374,900.00

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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. MLS 13600698

257 BATH RD. - SUITE 905 $269,900

Exceptional 1249 sq. ft corner unit in Champlain Towers featuring wrap around balcony with fantastic views to the north west. This 2 Bedroom unit contains master 4-pc ensuite plus a second 4-pc bath, his and her closets, in suite storage, free laundry facilities on each floor, roof top and indoor pools, sauna, whirlpool, billiard room , fitness room and common room. Parking is indoor with car wash and hobby room. MLS 13601487.

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Richard Gallagher Broker

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Quaint, Comfortable and Completely Ready to Move into. Conveniently located in walking distance to many amenities in the village of Odessa. This home has been transformed over the last few years into a warm energy efficient home with easy access to Kingston, Napanee, as well as North and South towards Lake Ontario. 2 bedrooms, Fully Fenced yard, this neat and tidy home will surely impress. Come Have a Look! MLS 12606920. $179,900

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2519 Leeman Rd. $649,900 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.

92 Windermere Blvd. Bath $398,900 1 yr New Mac Adams quality built house. Edgewater Estates offering a waterfront park, marina and only mins. to the golf course. 3 bedrooms, ensuite, granite, finished lower level rec. room, 9ft ceiling and hand scraped birch floors.

150 Dauphin Ave. $208,900 3 bedroom back split with a lower level patio doors to a screen in porch. Finished rec room, eat in kitchen with appliances included. Carpet free on the main level, central air, and fenced yard.

116 Jordyn’s Crt. Amherstview $457,900

2052 Withers Rd. $364,900

1 yr New, 1900 sq ft bungalow. 3 bedrooms. 2 yrs new, 4 +1 bedroom house in a new fam- Granite, Hardwood, travertine tiles, ensuite, ily cul-de-sac. Views of Lake Ontario from the vaulted ceilings, and main floor laundry. Master bedroom balcony. Hardwood, ensuite, 2nd floor laundry, main floor den, fireplace, and open concept living/kitchen.

310 Kingsdale Ave #111 $139,900

739 Millhaven Rd. $384,900

7yrs, Custom Built 2900 sq ft with a 600 sq ft 2 bedroom ground floor condo in a quite family room above the garage. 3 bedrooms, building. Updated bathroom, storage area, office, large open concept kitchen with prep island and breakfast bar and eating area. and appliances included.

436 Division St. $174,900

1025 Sydenham Rd. $259,900 28 Glenora Dr. Bath. $359,900

For the first time buyer or investor: Tidy 2 bedroom home walking distance to downtowns amenities. Updates throughout. New wiring, new windows and California shutters. Fully fenced yard with Large insulated shed. Fridge, stove, stackable washer and dryer, freezer and more all included.

Bungalow with 3+1 bedrooms. Newer kitchen with built in appliances and granite counters. Hardwood floors. Updated bathroom with heated floors. Fully finished basement with rec room, bath, and bedroom.

2+3 bedroom bungalow backing onto the 16th fairway with southern exposure. Open kitchen and family area, high ceilings, hardwood, gas fireplace, and quartz counters. Fully finished lower level with a patio door walkout, recroom, 3 bedrooms, and a full bath. Central air, double garage and golf course membership!

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NEW LISTING

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SALES REPRESENTATIVES

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893 OAKVIEW / 999 AMBERDALE Two homes in Twin Oaks Meadows (corner of Bayridge Dr and Taylor Kidd) Great for first timers or investors.Worry free condo living. Come out and have a look on Saturday. Priced to sell at $144,900 and $147,900.

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Commercial Building with 2bed Apt. sits on 3.92A 3600 sq.ft. currently operated as Flower Shop, Wine Brewing & Gym, lots parking, at Rd 38 & Clement Rd., Sharbot Lake. Appointment please.

Charming setting, close to Mill Pond, swimming & fishing in Big Clear Lake, Arden, many renovations, 2 large beds, updated bath & laundry, screened porch, Arden Village. Call to view.

HOLY COW! $75,900

LAND, LOTS OF LAND $53,000

Why rent when you could live here for $358.00/mo (P&I to qualified buyer) with min down payment. Potential for 3 Beds, stone hearth for air-tight woodstove, newer furnace and bathroom, on over acre treed rolling lot, just south of Sharbot Lake. Call today !

Approx 68A, ponds rolling land & bush, great hunting, quick access to Hwy#7 minutes to Village shopping, rural, residential area, close to several lakes.

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Online Support

MICHELE HEANEY

PEG CAMPBELTON

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Just what you are looking for! This 3 +1 bungalow with attached garage has lots to offer. Recent upgrades have been made to the bathroom (vanity, lights and shower), kitchen, and the partially finished basement. Other features include main floor laundry, steel roof and deck. Call to view.

1025 KASHWAKAMAK LAKE RD, NORTH FRONTENAC $122,900

Close to lakes. This immaculate three bedroom home with large country kitchen features lots of upgrades including new septic system (2010) windows, vinyl siding and a newly renovated bathroom. Located minutes from Kashwakamak Lake and boat ramp, this affordable and well maintained home make a perfect place to live year round!

This home located between Napanee and Kingston, sits on just over 6 treed acres offering a little piece of paradise. Avery peaceful setting with Wilton Creek meandering through the back of property and just brimming with loads of nature. The house is immaculate and tastefully decorated with attractive rooms that show character and design. Landscaping behind the house includes patio, gazebo, pond and stone walkway. Whether your passion is woodworking, mechanical or something in between, you will surely be impressed with the huge(24 x40) heated workshop and second metal building (20 x20)on the property. Too much to try and explain … call to view!

1316 HEAD ROAD $269,900

Home and Cottage in one! This private, yet not isolated 3 bedroom home is nestled among mature trees and offers a beautiful waterfront setting on Little Mississippi River. The expansive decking across the back of the house features both a screened in area as well as a covered deck. This home has a large kitchen with beautiful open concept living room and dining room areas. The 3 large bedrooms all feature double closets. The basement has a large rec room, workshop and walkout. A triple car garage to store your boat makes this an ideal spot for every season.

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                                         

           

          

           

           

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                                                                                                  ��� 

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REAL ESTATE

Guide Meet Our Sales Team

Kate Lawrence klawrence@theemc.ca 613.546.8885 ext. 210

Barb Revelle brevelle@theemc.ca 613.546.8885 ext. 222

Kerry Sammon ksammon@theemc.ca 613.546.8885 ext. 205

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OR TRADE

263 COLEBROOK

For info call 1.800.895.2166 Enter ID 3533 for a FREE message

Sherri Cox* 613-539-7755

$249,900

OR TRADE

581 DAVIS

For info call 1.800.895.2166 Enter ID 3762 for a FREE message

1012 WATERBURY

613-329-7024

613-484-7370

of homes on waterfront lots,

OR TRADE

For info call 1.800.895.2166 Enter ID 3225 for a FREE message

Christina Lawson* Tatiana Alvarado* Janet White* 613-328-8081

$309,900

OR TRADE

11002 HIGHWAY 33

For info call 1.800.895.2166 Enter ID 3761 for a FREE message

Cindy Ioannidis* 613-328-9781

sherri@nadeauteam.com christina@nadeauteam.com tatiana@nadeauteam.com janet@nadeauteam.com cindy@nadeauteam.com

www.kingstonwaterfronthomes.com

Kyle Mosier* 613-541-0572

kyle@nadeauteam.com

$249,900

OR TRADE

6097 BANK STREET

For info call 1.800.895.2166 Enter ID 3236 for a FREE message

Joel Braunstein* Regina Whitty* 613-583-8500

$219,900

OR TRADE

613-329-7749

joel@nadeauteam.com regina@nadeauteam.com

1103 CRONK ROAD

For info call 1.800.895.2166 Enter ID 3763 for a FREE message

Rob Blasko*

Diane Hamilton*

rblasko9@gmail.com

diane@nadeauteam.com

613-530-6737

613-530-0072

*SALES REPRESENTATIVE â&#x20AC;¢â&#x20AC;¢ NOT INTENDED TO SOLICIT PROPERTIES ALREADY UNDER CONTRACT

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