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Owners, three dogs saved from flames man, in his early 50s, was taken to hospital in Almonte for minor smoke inhalation and chest discomfort. Their daughter, who was 38 weeks pregnant, was visiting but not at the home when fire broke out. She, too, was taken to hospital as a precaution. A dog was rescued by a firefighter from the basement, but it bit the hand that saved it on the way out. Red Cross and Salvation Army have been called in to assist the homeowners. “It must have been scared,” Messier said, indicating the firefighter will recover from the dog bite. Reports that one dog died at the scene on Saturday night are not true. According to its website, “WAG is a non-profit organization that offers quality agility training in a relaxed and friendly environment. Our students learn for a variety of reasons — to have fun with their dogs, to spend quality time together, or to train for agility competitions.” WAG has a second location in Dunrobin. The owners could not be reached for comment. Damage estimates have not yet been determined.

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Bunny in the making Maria Arnkuarn slowly transforms into a bunny with the help of Emma Jorgensen last Sunday afternoon in Fitzroy Harbour. The annual Easter party saw some dozen or more kids come out to hunt for eggs and more.

EMC news – A pet training business and home were destroyed by fire last weekend between Fitzroy and Dunrobin. At about 6 p.m. on March 23, the Ottawa Fire Service responded to a 911 call reporting a garage fire at 4738 Torbolton Ridge Rd., near the corner of Galetta Side Road. Volunteer departments throughout the area soon descended on the West Carleton Dog Agility Group (WAG) summer location, where plumes of black smoke could be seen from across the region. “The fire started in the garage,” said fire services spokesman Marc Messier. “It was being fed by the wind. We’ve deemed (the cause) as undetermined.” The fire quickly spread from the garage to the home. It was fully engulfed by the time fire crews arrived. One of two cars on site was also destroyed. The married couple who owned the one-and-a-half storey home, along with their three dogs, managed to escape with their lives. The

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EMC news – Police are confident they’ve caught those responsible for repeatedly vandalizing a Constance Bay church this winter. Three West Carleton young people

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working with members of the community.” The case was in limbo after nighttime break-ins to St. Gabriel’s Church Hall on Jan 24 and Feb. 14. Even though the Bayview Drive hall was badly trashed – with food and drinks dumped throughout – no-one

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Children’s park named for Fitzroy’s Bert Reitsma Patricia Leboeuf pleboeuf@metroland.com

EMC news - It takes a beloved and dedicated type of man to see his decades of volunteering commended by the dedication of a parkette in his honour. Bert Reitsma is that type of man. Friends, family and Ottawa officials gathered on Friday at the Fitzroy Harbour community center to unveil the parkette’s official commemoration plaque. Many of the attendees couldn’t help but produce touching speeches, recalling Reitsma years of involvement with the community. “I never expected this, never,” said Reitsma of the honour. As far as he is concerned this plaque is not for him, but rather for all the volunteers that he has worked with over the years for betterment of Fitzroy Harbour and West Carleton. “It’s a community effort,” he said. “It’s for them.” He is humbled by the attention and choked up during his speech. He wanted to underline all the help and support he has gotten from the community over the years. The process to get the parkette named after Reitsma was a long one. The Reitsmas first received a phone call from the city, informing them that he was nominated by the Fitzroy Harbour Community Association (FHCA), but waited more than a year before the plaque was unveiled. “For all his volunteerism and awards, it seemed like the right thing to do,” said FHCA president Karen Taylor. “He is very deserving of it.” She has known him for most of her life. “He is very kind, generous,” she added. “He is just a really, really nice man.” Naming a children’s playground after him

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The love Bert Reitsma has shown for his community over the years is reflected in a parkette bearing his name. Reitsma’s friends and family were in attendance for the plaque unveiling. He poses with grandchildren Johnny, back from left, and Bandon Skorupinski; and Ella Queshi, front from left, and Dylan and Charlotte Reitsma. was apropos as he has dedicated so much of his life to helping children, said Ward 5 West Carleton-March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry. His grandchildren Johnny and Brandon Skorupinski, Ella Qureshi and Dylan and Charlotte Reitsma have always been a shinning point of pride for him as well as a inspiration to

help other young people. “He’s always been focused on kids and kids’ wellbeing and recreation for kids,” El-Chantiry said. Though the entire community acclaims his achievements, there are few people as proud of Reitsma as his wife Pat.

She glowed as she surveyed a room filled with her husband’s friends and family. “He’s always been hard working and I’m used to that,” she said. “I’m just really glad he could have this honour and have all his family and friends here.” For over 62 years, he worked very hard to improve the community and continues to do so. Even the community centre where the event was held has his figurative fingerprints imbedded in its foundation. He has demonstrated dedication to the community and a strong sense of leadership even as a teenager when he was a junior president with the association. He has a five-time presidency and three-time vice-presidency of the FHCA as well as the councillorship of the former Township of West Carleton under his belt. He has also devoted thousands of hours to working with recreational sports leagues, Scouts Canada and volunteering at various organizations. He has also been the recipient of many awards. “He’s on more boards than I can mention,” said Taylor. “He’s on every council and community from here to Timbuktu.” Selflessness runs in the family. All of the Reitsma clan has been involved in the West Carleton community since emigrating from the Netherlands in 1950. With his brothers and father, he volunteered with the Township Volunteer Fire Department. “They are just a family that services the community,” said Pat. He spent most of his life in Fitzroy Harbour before moving to Arnprior last year. “He’s already getting involved in Arnprior,” she added. The parkette is located at 100 Clifford Campbell St. in Fitzroy Harbour, beside the community centre.

Fitzroy community association completes many projects Patricia Leboeuf pleboeuf@metroland.com

EMC news - The past year was fruitful for the Fitzroy Harbour Community Association (FHCA), having completed several community projects. The association held its general annual meeting on March 22 at the community center. In 2012, the FHCA got new tables and chairs, along with an awning to adorn the patio, with money the city of Ottawa. The deck is also officially licenced for alcohol services. A permanent picnic shelter was built between the ball diamonds. A new tractor will help with ground maintenance. The “re-channeling” of the Carp River proj-

ect is done. It should help stop erosion problems. The projects were paid for through a combination of fundraising, donations, hall rental revenue and grants. “Financially, we are in a good position,” said Adam Brown, executive board member. “We’ve been able to get a lot of grants from different granting agencies.” The FHCA looked at frugal projects for next year. “Next year we are probably not going to spend quite as much money as we did put a lot in our projects, but we are looking forward to continuing on with our events,” said Brown. Events that the association puts on are always highly popular. Harbour Days, the Winter Carnival, the Chil-

dren’s Easter Party and several other seasonal events are all slated to come back next year. The successful summer children’s drop-in camp will return with the possible addition of a drama week from July 22 to 26. “We have events that we put on for the community throughout the year and we will continue with them,” said Brown Volunteers will also continue to put on several programs such as sports leagues. It allows a community built on commuting to get together and bond with their neighbors, said Brown. “It brings people out and it brings people together,” he said. “We have a lot of young families in the area and its something to bring kids to.”

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Getting the community centre’s parking lot paved may prove to be a difficult project to undertake. It is a costly and time consuming endeavor, but President Karen Taylor has communicated with the mayor of the city, confirmed Brown. “It’s sort of above, from a financial point of view, what the community association can take on,” he added. “It’s probably in the hundreds of thousands of dollars range to pave that. We don’t have that kind of funding. “That’s one challenge that we are looking to work with the city or somebody, maybe a local business, to try and get that done.” R0011978916

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A business and home were destroyed by fire last Saturday. The West Carleton Dog Agility Group summer location burned to the ground at about 6 p.m. It was one of two fires in West Carleton on March 23.

Greenhouse fire on Saturday Continued from Page front

A small greenhouse at 1324 Upper Dwyer Hill Rd. caught fire on Saturday, March 23, at about 3 a.m. Ottawa Fire Services responded to the scene and worked to keep the fire away from a nearby house.

Upon arrival, crews proceeded to extinguish the fire on the 10x35 greenhouse. There were no reported injuries and nobody was displaced. Reports indicate that the residence did have some siding damage caused by the heat of the fire. Damages are estimated at $10,000.

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“It’s frustrating,” Ruddick said. “It’s sad that people do that. That they would think that they can do that, just the destruction of other peo-

ple’s property is very selfish.” However, it seems the third time is a charm for those looking to catch the vandals. On March 16, there was another break-in attempt. The entryway wasn’t damaged, but there was a small amount of damage caused inside, Daniels said. That night is when a member of the community identified one of the three. Coupled with evidence taken from the scene that matched evidence from a previous break in, meant police could link all three cases. The vandals never entered the church on any occasion, according to Ruddick. The youth are not facing jail-time; only in cases when suspects have a lengthy history of probation or detention does that possibility come into play. Daniels said the victim will have input and, working with parents, police will come with a way for “the youths to make amends,” he said. It could mean they clean up the hall or do other community work. “Under the Youth Criminal Justice Act the officers use their own discretion,” Daniels said. -With files from Patricia Leboeuf

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EMC news - What will you be wearing on April 10? Most people don’t plan that far ahead. But in this case, the answer will be pink for many Ottawa students. On that day communities and schools all over Canada will band together in a stand against bullying. All by wearing pink. The international Day of Pink is a way to raise awareness about bullying, discrimination, homophobia, and transphobia, and celebrate diversity. Day of Pink started in Nova Scotia where two straight students witnessed a gay student bullied while wearing a pink shirt. The students took a stand. But they wanted to do more than help just one student. They decided to buy pink shirts and get the support of the

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school behind them. A few days after the incident everyone arrived at school wearing pink. It was a sign of solidarity. A sign that sent a clear message: together students can stop bullying. Since then, it has spread throughout the country and across the world. With the support of organisations like Jer’s Vision, International Day of Pink is possible. Jer’s vision is an organisation that provides programs to support diversity, and educate the general population on minorities. “They do a great job trying to promote equality among youth, and I think it’s really important and I’m inspired by that,” said Elizabeth Nichols. Nichols and fellow West Carleton student Jalna Crotty, are doing their co-op placements at Jer’s Vision. Jer’s Vision was started by a man named Jeremy Dias, who was a victim of bullying throughout high school. He took a stand against unfair treatment, challenging his school and school board. After three years, he received a hefty settlement. He used that money to start the Jeremy Dias scholarship, an award for graduates who worked to stop bullying in their school. After the massive response and the calls for more support, he and his friends started the charity. Over the past five years Jer’s Vision has grown from a small committee to a large organisation helping people all over Canada and the United States.

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Crotty and Nichols chose to work at Jer’s Vision for graphic design opportunities. Being able to work for a charity like Jer’s Vision, that they say has a great cause, was a bonus. “Being able to do something I love, like graphic design, for a charity that I support, it’s a really good opportunity,” said Crotty. The girls have found working at Jer’s Vision a lot of fun with a very mellow and relaxed environment. “It doesn’t feel like you’re going to work; it’s something you get excited for,” said Crotty. The two girls have so far helped with Day of Pink by designing the gala poster. The gala is a way for Jer’s Vision to promote the event with a night full of awards, celebrities and performances. The girls have also been a part of making sure people RSVP to the gala. Day of Pink is Jer’s biggest event. They hold the party, to spread awareness; it’s the event they are known for. It is an important event to support. “It matters,” said Nichols. “The Day of Pink is about being against bullying, which is the single biggest problem that teenagers go through. “A lot of people who get bullied, they don’t have the faith to come out with it because they don’t think that anybody else cares. Doing things like the Day of Pink and having people visually see that they’re supported in stopping this and coming out, it’s a really big and important thing.”

EMC news - Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson applauded the federal Conservative’s decision to extend infrastructure funding over a decade, saying it brings the cleanup of the Ottawa River one step closer to reality. “I think the federal government now has a greater appreciation for the fact that (municipalities) want long-term, predictable funding,” said Watson Thursday afternoon. “The next push is for long-term, predictable and increased funding.” In the budget tabled by Finance Minister

Jim Flaherty tabled Thursday afternoon, the federal government committed to extending infrastructure cash from the Community Improvement Fund and a “new” Building Canada fund. The lion’s share of the funding— $32.2 billion over the course of 10 years— is a continuation of the Gas Tax Fund and a GST rebate. Another $14 billion will be funneled through a “new” Building Canada fund. That funding starts small, at around $210 million in 2014, and ramps up to $2.1 billion in 2023.

The money doesn’t really start flowing until 2016, after the Conservatives are projecting a balanced budget. The municipality has made the cleanup of the Ottawa River its top infrastructure priority now that light rail is funded and underway. All told, the federal infrastructure funding averages about $4.7 billion a year for 10 years one billion less per year than Watson and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities had called for. - Courtesy Metro Ottawa

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EMC news - The federal government has stripped the National Capital Commission of its mandate to promote Canada’s capital. The move, announced in Thursday’s federal budget, means the NCC will no longer be responsible for organizing events like Canada Day and Winterlude. “As Canada prepares to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017, the government wishes to ensure that a broad, national perspective is brought to these celebrations,” the budget document reads, calling the NCC, “locally based.” “In order to ensure that the annual Canada Day shows ... and the promotion of National Capital Region events such as Winterlude draw on the cultural and social fabric of the whole of Canada, the government will transfer the mandate to promote the National Capital Region from the (NCC)

to the Department of Cana- little bit of clarity to what their role dian Heritage. should be on a go-forward basis.” The NCC refused to - Courtesy Metro Ottawa comment on the move Thursday, directing media requests to Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird’s office. In 2012, the NCC had a “Canadian Experience” budget of $22.59 million, according to the government’s main estimates. It’s not clear if the organization will retain that money -- there are no numbers associated with the move in the budget. Mayor Jim Watson said he thinks the move was positive. “Canadian Heritage certainly has a good background in doing those kind of projects,” Watson told reporters Thursday. “I think the NCC does some great work, and at times we have some challenges in terms of their stepping on our toes and perhaps we step on their toes. This, I think, brings a

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Near-record snowfall in Carp could cause flooding pleboeuf@metroland.com

EMC News - With near-record piles of snow lining the ground and potential floods becoming a real concern, the Carp Road Corridor Business Improvement Area (BIA) has taken steps to protect its members. It is working with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation to address particular high-risk areas such as the properties on Moonstone and Westbrook. In the past, poor drainage outlets have caused water to overtake roads and Highway 417. “There are all these ditches and stuff, but sooner or later, it makes its way out to the Queensway,� said BIA’s executive director Roddy Bolivar. The BIA has also provided input to the city of Ottawa’s Official Plan and requested more help with drainage issues. What typically happens is that the city will deal with problems one by one, but the BIA is looking for a preventive, overall solution. “We will work to identify the underlying problem and the basic solution, rather than run out and dig here and run out and dig there,� said Bolivar. To accomplish this, he has invited members to contact the organization when they spot potential problems. With these gathered facts, the BIA will be better informed in order to address issues on a large scale before small issues become catastrophic. Flooding has been a problem in the past. “We expect with all the snow out there, its

going to be even worst this year,� said Bolivar. Industrial buildings do not have a basement in which water can gather. Instead the flood water will intrude wherever it can squeeze in, including shop floors and work areas. “In the past, owners have said they had inches of water on the floor of their shop because it just got nowhere to go,� said Bolivar. There is no guarantee that there will be flooding, but he is steeling for the worst. “It’s going to be one of those years,� he added. �In a normal year it’s not great drainage. But in a year like this one with so much snow, the ditches are full of snow.� At this time there have been no flooding incidents, but Bolivar knows what solutions must be undertaken. “Because there is annual flooding, the solution is to improve drainage outlets to the 417 at Moonstone and Westbrook,� he said. CITY PLANS

A potential snow disposal facility may also create a few issues. The city has suggested developing the facility in an area of the corridor that has historically been known to have poor drainage. This conceived plan, however, isn’t completely negative as the facility will be up to date, modern and may ultimately improve the area. The city has higher standards than the average developer, it is accountable to taxpayers and it has the ability to improve the drainage issue, said Bolivar. “This is the city looking after itself,� he said.

“If it can fix the drainage here, the roads would operate better, business would be happier, everybody would be happier.� NEAR RECORD SNOW

Snow measurements completed by the Rideau Valley Conservation Area (RVCA) have shown that this year’s snowpack is the second largest since 1974. Once the temperature warms up, these conditions are ideal for flooding. “When it melts snow too fast, too quick, that’s a concern,� said West Carleton-March

Calling business youths to compete for $100K EMC business - The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) is accepting applications for the 2013 edition of the BDC Young Entrepreneur Award. To win a $100,000 Grand Prize, entrepreneurs aged 18 to 35 are invited to present a turning point their company has reached and the solution they propose to take their business to the next level. A second prize, consisting of $25,000 in consulting services, will be awarded to the BDC Young Entrepreneur Award runner-up. The deadline for submitting applications is April 2, at noon. “Showcasing and supporting Canada’s best business talent is an important aspect of our mandate,� says Michel Bergeron, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Public Affairs at BDC.

   

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Coun. Eli El-Chantiry. If the snow melts slowly, the problems will be averted. If his residents see any flooding, they should call the city at 311. “If you see flooding in a ditch and the city crew can do something to help, please call us but if the river rise up three feet or four feet, there is nobody who can anything with that,� said El-Chantiry. Residents in flood prone areas should also keep abreast of flood warnings at http://www. rvca.ca/flood/index.html

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The RCMP Mounties are a uniquely Canadian tradition. Formed in 1873 to instate order in the West, the RCMP did not flaunt its musical talents until more than a decade later. “In the early 1880s, the original musical rides were developed by the different cavalry units as

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Recently retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sergeant Major Bill Stewart has spent his entire life surrounded by horses, including nearly 41 years of his career. He was the perfect person to share the RCMP Musical ride’s ins and outs. a form of public entertainment,” said Stewart. It was also a method of keeping the men occupied and disciplined. Though musical rides have been put on since 1887, it wasn’t until 1961 that it became an annual attraction. Its main mandate is to hold shows for Canadians nationwide to enjoy. It usually performs for charities or for agricultural societies, but will travel anywhere there is interest. “The vast majority of our time is spent in Canada in cities large and small,” said Stewart. “We have done the musical ride in towns as small as 300, 400 people.” He admits that he particularly enjoys performing at the Carp Fair for its magnificent showrooms. The musical ride also goes overseas in places like Great Britain, France, Holland, Denmark, Japan, Dubai and Bermuda. It acts as an unofficial ambassador, representing and promoting the country. “Having traveled all over the world with the musical ride, there is something that is incalculable about it and that’s goodwill,” said Stewart. “It’s not so much that they love Mounties, it’s how well Canada is perceived around the world,” he added.

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EMC news -The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Musical Ride is a common sight at the annual Carp Fair, but it never fails to evoke a sense of curiosity and wonder. This attraction is shared by the Huntley Township Historical Society. It invited recently retired Sergeant Major Bill Stewart to share his experience as RCMP riding master and instructor on March 19. During his 41 year career, his experience with horses has allowed him to develop a close acquaintanceship with Queen Elizabeth II, travel the world, receive several medals and train countless riders. It’s astonishing how far his love of horses has brought him, Stewart marveled. Most RCMP members only stay involved with the musical ride for a few years as they rotate the riders every three years or so. It can be difficult on the body after riding for so long, said Stewart. The horses are shared amongst the riders unless there are is particular “match made in heaven,” said Stewart. The RCMP uses a particular type of horse, the Remount, for its ride. Nearly all of its renowned Remounts come from a breeding farm in Pakenham. These black horses spend the first two and a half years of their lives on the farm before being transferred to the Rockcliffe Park Equestrian Centre in Ottawa. The horses are raised not to compete, but rather to meet with people. “Lot of people, lot of trainers can teach the horses what they need to know just for the Musical Ride probably in a matter of six months, but for us it’s important to allow the horse to physically mature and mentally mature,” said Stewart. With many horses having to travel 80 hours for a show and upwards of 20,000 km a year, they must have a calm demeanor. During his entire career, Stewart has never seen a horse need sedation to complete a journey. The amount of shows held by the Musical Ride fluctuates from 60 to more than 200 shows. It varies because of the number of requests and budget “I talked to someone who said that this year will be a pretty short tour,” said Stewart. “Part of that is economics, budget, cutbacks.”

Youth photo contest offers $500 EMC lifestyle - Ottawa Public Health (OPH) officially launched the second Photovoice Youth Photography Contest at Holy Trinity Catholic High School. The contest encourages Ottawa residents aged 12 to 19 years to submit photos about

health issues that affect youth in their community. The Photovoice contest runs from March 18 to April 19. Submissions can be entered in one of two categories: Active Transportation or General Health Issues. There are many prizes to be

won, including a grand prize of $500 in cash. For more information on the 2013 Photovoice Youth Photography Contest, including full contest rules, go to ottawa.ca/health or call the Ottawa Public Health Information Line at 613-580-6744. West Carleton Review EMC - Thursday, March 28, 2013 7


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Hosting a venting session

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ast weekend, the city hosted a roundtable discussing managing climate change by curbing greenhouse gas emissions. A laudable goal, but we can’t help wonder if it isn’t also simply an exercise in “fuel-tility.� The first topic of the meeting was discussing the most effective strategies for the city to reduce greenhouse gases. The first and really only answer to effectively lower the nation’s carbon footprint is to lobby the federal and provincial government – really the only bodies with the power to act as effective agents of change. Did the city really need to spend taxpayers money on an environmental venting session, before writing a letter to the provincial and federal ministries – as well as assorted MPs and MPPs? We’re not suggesting that individuals, municipalities, companies and other assorted organizations and NGOs can’t make a difference – but any effective change will require the concerted effort of cities, provinces and ultimately nations. Ottawa’s proper role in the discussion is to work with other municipalities to pressure the

federal and provincial governments to address the problem. The greenhouse gas roundtable was set up following months of pressure from a loosely connected group of activists who have been mounting a campaign using Twitter and other social media. Activists were pressing the city to meet its committment to come up with a new climate-change action plan that included clear greenhouse gas reduction targets and a timetable for that plan. The question remains, what kind of actions can the city unilaterally take in reducing greenhouse gas emissions that can’t be easily overturned by the provincial and federal government – especially if these actions are ones that lie outside municipalities purview. The City of Ottawa did not need to shell out money and waste time hosting a meeting that ultimately will result in another letter-writing campaign and perhaps small changes to building design requirements, city vehicle fleets or wastemanagement practices. The city’s time would be better spent holding a forum discussing its trash collection policy

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What we really need is an app for real city living

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ast week it was revealed that there are now two apps to tell you when your bus will arrive. Apparently one was not enough and someone felt the need to come up with a better one. This is the way our economy works nowadays. Most of the time and energy available to our inventors, entrepreneurs and marketers is now spent developing things for phones. Some of them are useful, some of them are just fun. Yet just about the time we get comfortable with them, our inventors, entrepreneurs and marketers come up with new phones. Our old ones are obsolete. The entire economy stands or falls on this stuff now and we might as well get used to it. Sure, some people think that what we need is more factories, better crops, better vaccines, more alternate sources of energy, improved schools and hospitals. Never mind. What we get is better phones. And more apps for them. There is an app that works like a flashlight, which is pretty useful, and I have musician friends whose phones contain the chord progressions for hundreds of tunes. But there is also an app that

CHARLES GORDON Funny Town allows you to use hypnotherapy to improve your golf game, an app that allows you to construct imaginary road networks, an app that helps you to manage your wine cellar and an app that will tell you how long your battery will last. Thousands more apps are in existence, millions more are on the way and we can’t stop them. Besides, the economy would crumble if we did and there may not be an app to save it yet. So we might as well go with the flow and begin to search for new apps that will make our city life more bearable. What more can our phones do for us? (Don’t say “enable us to make telephone calls,� because that’s such an outdated concept.)

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Spring on the farm means it is cow-breeding season EMC lifestyle - Another ritual of spring on the farm is breeding cows. Dennis the drover could be heard before he was seen with his rattling, banging trailer and as he rounded the bend cows were drawn out of the barn. They knew that noise. But would someone be coming or going? It was just past 7 a.m. on a crisp Saturday morning and I hadn’t done the farm thing in so long, I was dressed all wrong for the occasion. Waiting at the end of the driveway for our ride, I realized a lumberjack coat, thin jeans and spring boots just weren’t going to cut it. Oh, well. Once again, the ‘real’ farmwife at our destination would no doubt think me foolish. He wasn’t expecting a second passenger, but Dennis graciously made room for me in the backseat of his truck. I was quite comfortable in my nest of winter coats and there was even a little stash of chocolate bars back there if I got hungry. The drive to Ashton was scenic and as we wound our way down the back roads through Burritts Rapids toward Richmond I listened in

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on the men. Every ten minutes or so Dennis would ask if I was comfortable. I don’t think he’s used to having anyone but his wife and kids riding along on these trips. After about 45 minutes we arrived at our destination on Glenashton Road: home of the Donovandale Simmentals. We will be back here in the fall to pick up our new Black Simmental bull calf. He was just born and isn’t ready to leave his mother yet. This spring we are renting a Black Angus from the Donovans. His name is Black Ace, he is a year old and his mother was a Grand Champion at Victoriaville, named Donovandale Zania. Trained for showing, you just have to scratch Ace’s belly with a show stick and he stands so you can fit him with a halter and lead. Unlike the usual rodeo act I get to watch as the men load animals onto

the trailer, this time Ace gently stepped up onto the trailer and stood quietly as he was tied in the stall. He nibbled on some hay and after the door was closed he put his ringed nose up to the window to see his owner. I wonder what he was thinking. He probably thought he was going to another show, and was wondering why his humans weren’t coming with him. Dennis took it easy on the curves of Dwyer Hill Road, and the sun nearly put me to sleep in my cozy backseat nest. No noise from the trailer at all. When we got home, the ‘girls’ were waiting in a sunny corner of the barnyard to see what the trailer would bring. Ace put his nose out the window and sniffed the air. He stepped down with a hop, then looked back at the Farmer and Dennis. “Well go on, then,� the Farmer said, tapping Ace on

the rump with a branch. The bull hesitated for a moment and then decided confidence was the way to go. He strutted into the barnyard and stopped when he saw the girls. He looked back at us. Then he smelled the fragrant silage in the feeder and got distracted. The girls could wait. He sniffed and snuffed and snorted, as it wasn’t the dry hay he was used to eating. The Farmer had already put a nice bale up in the

shelter for the new bull (and that’s what the girls had been happily chowing down on all night). Julie was the first to approach the new addition. All black herself, she probably thought “he’s just my type.� Startled, Ace put his head down as if to challenge her approach. Then he caught wind of her perfume and decided to be a gentleman. They danced around each other a bit, then he

decided to continue on to meet the rest of the herd. When we left the yard, he was sniffing each animal one by one, making introductions. Ace will be with us until late May, when his work here will be done. He is for sale, so if you know anyone who would be interested in a beautiful bull of prize-winning lineage, let me know and I will connect you with his owner. Email: dianafisher1@gmail.com.

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Ducks are currently head over tails in love in our region EMC lifestyle - Although spring’s onset seems to stagger at times, there are signs it has arrived. Buds are swelling, and Northern Cardinals now serenade the dawn. Red-winged Blackbirds are also singing but now their songs serve only to declare territorial ownership for there are no females to woo. That sex wisely arrives a couple of weeks from now, after more favourable weather is here to stay. Most birds including blackbirds and cardinals send out love songs only after a territorial claim has been staked. Songs are often accompanied by sumptuous courtship displays, such as the colourful red epaulette display of male Red-winged Blackbirds. But some birds currently performing courtship displays have not yet claimed nesting territories. To see these visual promises of love just visit a large body of open water. There you will find ducks in full display. Many ducks such as Common Goldeneyes and Buffleheads are boreal forest dwellers that do not nest here.

Michael Runtz Nature’s Way However, a few, such as Hooded Mergansers, do nest locally, but even then the majority of their kind are passing through to northern destinations. Despite not nesting here, northern ducks are currently displaying to females. The displays of diving ducks are fascinating. Male Common Goldeneyes project their head straight out, then throw it back to the tail. As a climax, the head is thrust forward as the male utters a grating “yeep.” This display is appropriately named the “head-throw-kick display.” Male Buffleheads also use

their heads to advantage but instead of kicks they perform bobs. The head, adorned with a white, puffy mid-section, is rapidly pumped up and down. My favourite display is that of male Hooded Mergansers. Like Buffleheads and goldeneyes, Hoodies are small ducks that nest in tree cavities. The stunning black, brown, and white males bear a black-andwhite crest on the head. The crest is raised during courtship and what a sight it is to behold. Crest-raising is but one of a litany of courtship displays that include Head-shaking, Head-throws, Head-pumping, and Ritualized Drinking (hmmm!). Why do male ducks perform courtship rituals when they are not on nesting territories? It is because after mating, the males abandon the females, leaving them to care for the eggs and young on their own. Thus, the coy females will not mate until they have selected nest sites. But they choose mates now because a paired male fends off rivals. Good males defend good feeding areas, which is all the better for their females

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Eleven-year-old Jonathan Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Rourke, left, and his brother Liam, 9, left their dad in the dust as they climbed into one of the towering Massey-Ferguson tractors on display at the Ottawa Valley Farm Show on March 13. The brothers came to the show at the Ernst and Young Centre with their father, who has a farm in Fitzroy Harbour. The annual show ran from March 12 to 14 in south Ottawa.

Focus on vehicle, machinery during farm safety week EMC news - Picture a farm and you might imagine a quaint, wholesome place complete with green tractors, baby animals and hay bales. While this picture is idealistic, the tragic reality is that farms can be deadly places for their occupants, workers and visitors. Machinery greatly increases efficiency and productivity in farm workplaces, but at the same time introduces some deadly hazards. In fact, 70 per cent of agricultural fatalities are machine-related due to machine rollovers, runovers and entanglements. This National Farm Safety Week, the Canada Safety Council encourages all farming families, workers, and visitors to recognize the vital need for safety around all vehicles and machinery on the farm. Our goal is to raise awareness of the deadly hazards that exists and provide recommendations about what can be done to prevent injuries and tragedies. THE STATISTICS

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A study on the endangered Blanding’s turtles in the South March Highlands by Dillon Consulting Limited, contracted by the City of Ottawa, has found the species is at risk of local extinction.

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EMC news - A study on the endangered Blanding’s turtles in the South March Highlands has found the species is at risk of local extinction. Current and past developments pose an “immediate threat on the already at-risk animal,” said the report, completed by Dillon Consulting Limited, contracted by the City of Ottawa. The South March Highlands Blanding’s Turtle Conservation Needs Assessment looked at the current population and stressors and concluded the South March Highlands population is “at high risk of decline and eventual extirpation.” Kanata North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson hosted a meeting on March 18 to discuss the study. Around 60 people attended the assembly, which also talked about a report on Shirley’s Brook and Watt’s Creek phase two stormwater management study. This was one of the biggest studies done in Canada on the Blanding’s turtle, said Wilkinson. Nick Stowe, city planner, said it’s a sound analysis, which was reviewed by two experts: one was conservation biologist and professor Gabriel Blouin-Demers from the University of Ottawa, the other professor emeritus Justin D. Congdon, an internationally recognized Blanding’s turtle expert with the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory. “In 2010, the city began the Terry Fox Drive extension. As a requirement of the environmental assessment, the city had to do a four-year study on the Blanding’s turtle,” said Stowe. The city estimated there were about 30 Blanding’s turtles in the South March Highlands, but the study found the number to be between 100 to 200. “That becomes a population that is possibly viable in the long term,” said Stowe. But with past and current development in the area reducing the natural habitat and cutting off the connections to other Blanding’s populations, the South March Highlands group is at-risk. “Being a small population it’s sensitive,” said Stowe. “It’s become an isolated population.” The South March Highlands population lives in an area that includes lands owned by KNL Developments, a partnership between

Urbandale and Richcraft Homes. A subdivision planned for the Beaver Pond lands will see 3,200 houses built. “More urban development would increase the risk of the population,” said Stowe, adding “It does not mean KNL cannot proceed.” If the developer can prove mitigating measures or compensation to ensure the negative impact would be lessened, then they can move forward with construction. KNL has to apply to the Ministry of Natural Resources, said Stowe, which will make the final decision. “They must show that in the end the population will be better off in the long-term.” If KNL gets the approval from the ministry, then approval under the planning act is guaranteed. “It’s a harsh way to put it but that’s how these two acts work together,” said Stowe. “It seems like an impossible task to mitigate,” said one resident at the meeting. USING UNDERPASS

Population monitoring does show the turtles using the tunnels along the Terry Fox Drive extension, said Stowe. There were a number of road mortalities in the first year but there have been no Blanding’s turtle deaths on the road in the past two years, said Stowe, adding the railroad tracks are still an issue. The report states the “Blanding’s turtle conservation and management in the SMH must remain a priority of the City of Ottawa and other stakeholders to help preserve this threatened, unique species.” It continues that “the recommendations made to curtail habitat degradation and other threats to the SMH Blanding’s turtle should be explored prior to any further urban development in the area. The protection of species at risk requires collaboration and enforcement by government, landowners, researchers, nongovernmental organizations and the public.” The report recommends reducing the rate of adult turtle road deaths, increasing hatchling success, limiting urban development in sensitive areas and improved connectivity to other habitats and populations to support the South March Highlands group in the long term. To read the full report, visit ottawa.ca/en/ city-hall/public-consultations/kanata-north-environmental-studies.


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Mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Report THE OLDER ADULT PLAN By Jim Watson In less than 20 years, the number of seniors in Ottawa will double. In that time, there will be more seniors than children under the age of 15 for the ďŹ rst time in our cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history.

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EMC news â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Metroland East newspapers received five awards and one honorable mention at the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) Better Newspaper Competition awards and gala this past weekend. The annual awards ceremony, which recognizes the quality of work produced by OCNA member newspapers, took place March 22 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Vaughan. In the category of General Excellence (Class 5 circulation 12,500 to 22,999), the Renfrew Mercury EMC captured third place in a category with 16 entries. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Renfrew Mercury EMC has a great editorial package with editorial on local business that goes way beyond puffery,â&#x20AC;? the judges wrote. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A nice front page among the best layouts in the category, with a fabulous selection of local news. Could use tighter writing and editing. With a great sports section, catchy headlines, and lots of colour throughout. This is a lovely paper all around.â&#x20AC;? WEST CARLETONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NEWSPAPER

The West Carleton Review EMC captured third place honours in two Premier Awards categories â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Best News Story and Best Rural Story. Interim managing editor Theresa

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West Carleton Review EMC and its sister newspapers in the Ottawa region did well at the recent Ontario Community Newspaper Association awards gala in Toronto. Representing Metroland East at the ceremony are, from left, V.P. and Regional Publisher Mike Mount, reporter Jessica Cunha, news editor Lucy Hass, OCNA President Gordon Cameron, interim news editor Derek Dunn, and interim managing editor Theresa Fritz. Fritzâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s news story on the tragic hit and run death of 26-year-old mother Erin Vance in March 2012 definitely struck a chord with the judge in this category on its way to its third place honour. There were 27 entries in this category. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a heartstring tugger by Theresa Fritz. The story paints quite the picture of a St. Pattyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day party â&#x20AC;&#x201C; one drinker drives away, while a couple walks away. The tragedy.â&#x20AC;?

Reporter Derek Dunnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s story on the provincial governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s crackdown on summer drive-in bingos hosted by the Carp Agricultural Society was a third place finisher that has big impact. There were 24 entries in this category. The judge in this category said â&#x20AC;&#x153;reporter Derek Dunnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s great little story about a community bingo had great impact. Since the sixties, community members enjoy this outdour bingo

but the provincial government cracked down, noting bingo is gambling and no children allowed.â&#x20AC;? The judge continued that Dunnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s story â&#x20AC;&#x153;certainly deserves some follow up, and it would be interesting to see if provincially elected representatives could press for changes to allow children to attend bingo. Obviously children in this community want to do just that.â&#x20AC;? The West Carleton Review EMC also received Honorable Mention in the Best Front Page Premier Awards category which saw 31 entries. The Orleans EMC won second place in the Premier Awards Health and Wellness category for a story on depression by reporter Brier Dodge. There were 77 entries in this category. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A fitting second place finish for a story by Brier Dodge that dug deeper into a dicey issue no one wants to talk about: suicide,â&#x20AC;? the judge in this category wrote. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Getting a teen on board to talk really made you feel involved and giv-

ing a bit of background into two high profile suicides was probably not well received by everyone in the community but the reporter was not swayed. The people drive the story but the sheer numbers are horrifying. The increase in mental health cases underline the need for more money to help the youth, especially when they responded by reaching out for professional help in alarming numbers after the suicides of a famous hockey playerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s daughter and a city councillorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s son.â&#x20AC;? In the Premier Awards category of Best Feature/ News Series, Kanata Kourier-Standard EMC reporter Jessica Cunha shared in the third place finish by Oshawa This Week for the Fundraising Fever series. This was a Metroland special project series and Cunha was one of the reporters who took part in the project. The series ran in all Metroland East papers as well. There were 53 entries in this category. See OCNA, Page 23

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EMC entertainment - The Rural Root Theatre Company is mounting the most ambitious play in its history with its spring production of the hit Canadian musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. The play celebrates the musical genre through the eyes of a narrator who reminisces about the zany characters and music from her favourite musical. The show was recently performed in Ottawa by Orpheus Theatre to near sell-out crowds. Now audiences in West Carleton will have the opportunity to see it for less than half the price without driving into the city. The production features a talented cast of local actors and singers from Carp, Constance Bay, Dunrobin, Kinburn, Kanata and beyond. They will be backed by a nine-piece live band. The Drowsy Chaperone will run from May 7 to 11, inclusive, with evening performances at 8 p.m. each day. There will also be a Saturday matinee performance on May 11 at 1 p.m. Performances will be held at the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre.

“We’ve had many requests in the past to hold a matinee,” explains Producer Nicole d’Entremont. “We thought Mother’s Day weekend was the perfect time to do so. It’s demanding for our band, cast and crew, who end up performing two shows in one day, but they are keen to offer this show to a bigger audience and the matinee allows them to do that.” Director Matt Dufresne has double cast some of the roles to offer more local actors a chance to take the stage. “We have so much talent in West Carleton and Ottawa,” says Dufresne. “Our audiences are in for a real treat.” Backing up the performers is a full crew of local volunteers. From building the sets to running the box office, The Drowsy Chaperone will be a true team effort. Ticket prices are $12 for weeknights and the matinee, and $15 for Friday and Saturday evening performances. For details and to book tickets online, visit the Rural Root website at ruralroot.org. The box office phone line opens April 1 at 613-832-1070 JENNIFER MCMILLAN/SUBMITTED for guests who prefer to book by Constance Bay’s Tara Smith, left, and Dunrobin’s Judy Puritt stir up trouble as gangsters in The Rural Root phone. Theatre Company’s spring production of The Drowsy Chaperone.

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EMC lifestyle - Finding clean snow in the yard at the farm was almost impossible. This caused a great concern for Mother. We five children, this time of year, begged for toffee-on-snow, as the sap poured from the trees. And that meant hauling in a roaster of spotlessly clean snow. As well as the boiling-down in the big flat pan in the bush, Mother would boil big pots of sap in the kitchen filling the house with sweet heavy steam. Each night we children begged for toffee-on-snow, but often Mother would say it was a Saturday night treat, and we went to bed out of sorts that we have been deprived of one of our favourite treats this time of year. And each night that we were allowed this indulgence, Everett, or Audrey, being the two oldest in the family, would be sent out for a roast pan of snow. Mother kept sending them farther and farther afield for clean snow. Father said she would soon have us going across the river to Admaston, which of course, was an exaggeration. But Mother was fastidious about anything that came within a country mile of our mouths, and using a roast pan of snow where the livestock had trod was out of the question. So either Everett or Audrey was given the task of finding clean snow for the toffee. Emerson couldn’t be trusted to go beyond the barn yard!

Mother stared at the black lump, which wasn’t big enough to fill a teaspoon, but big enough to send her into a fit!

Although Mother always trusted Audrey or Everett to go well away from the barn yard, that night she took a big spoon and dragged it through the roaster of snow, just to be on the safe side. Well, what happened next was something like you would see in a picture show in Renfrew. There buried in the pan of snow was something that proved they hadn’t gone far enough! Mother stared at the black lump, which wasn’t big enough to fill a teaspoon, but big enough to send her into a fit! Father, used to Mother’s obsession with cleanliness, never took his eyes off the Family Herald and Weekly Star that he was reading by the oven door.

She demanded to know where the snow came from, and both Audrey and Everett vowed it came from the farthest reaches of the yard where no livestock ever went. Well, that didn’t satisfy Mother. Even though she had no idea what the black lump was, she knew it had spoiled the entire roaster of snow! Audrey said she would get rid of it, and that the rest of the roaster was perfectly clean. Well, she might as well have told Mother the lump was just a raisin. Mother was having no part of her story! “Dump it out, Audrey. Goodness knows what else is in the roaster. There’ll be no toffee tonight.” Well, did that cause an uproar! Emerson accused Everett and Audrey of getting the snow from behind the cow byre where we dumped the manure, Everett took a handful of the snow out of the roaster and flung it at Emerson, who paid him back by throwing his gum rubber at him, hitting him square in the face, and Audrey was ready to stomp off upstairs. Mother ordered her back to the table and she was told to scrub the roaster with hot water and lye soap, even though the teeny bit of black came no where near touching the pan! The commotion in the kitchen was like something you’d see in a movie. Father got off the rocking chair, folded the Family Herald and Weekly Star, tapped his pipe into the stove, and he could be heard muttering about the crazy family he was living with – “A man can’t even read the paper in peace.” While he was heading for the bedroom off the kitchen, he added, “Hauling snow in the house, throwing it around like it was nothing. Washing a perfectly clean pan, I tell you the whole house is going straight to hell in a basket,” which was a saying Father hauled out every time something came up that riled him. And that night he was as riled as I had seen him in a long time.

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That night it was dark as pitch outside. It had been a heavy snow for late March. Mother said we would be staying home...no church party had been planned, and no one had offered their home for a game of cards, and so we had a rare Saturday night at home, and without a house full of neighbours. A perfect night for toffee-on-snow. Audrey would carry the lantern and Everett the roast pan and the big soup ladle, ready to bring in the freshly fallen snow. Mother had put a small pot of already boiled syrup on the front lid of the Findlay Oval, and it was fair jumping by the time the clean snow was brought into the house. Just perfect to pour out on the snow for a feed of sticky toffee!

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Star Wars coming to a museum not so far away New Aviation and Space exhibit to educate visitors on identity michelle.nash@metroland.com

EMC news - The space museum has gone out of this world to find its summer programming this year. The Canada Aviation and Space Museum announced Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition on March 20. A museum showcase will feature the characters from the famous film series, including Darth Vader, R2-D2, Chewbacca, Yoda as well as Anakin Skywalker’s full-sized Podracer, offering both old and new fans of the films the chance to explore what forces shape the person or species you become. Created by Montreal’s X3 Productions in collaboration with Lucasfilm Ltd., the exhibition first appeared at the Montreal Science Centre in the spring of 2012. It has since travelled to western Canada, and will move to the capital starting on May 10. “We are extremely happy to host this wonderful exhibition, which asks fascinating questions about how identities are developed,” said Denise Amyot, the chief executive of the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation. “We are certain it will prove to be extremely popular with the National Capital Region’s residents and visitors. It will be a wonderful complement to our fascinating exhibitions on aviation and space travel.” The museum invited a group of students from Georges Vanier Catholic School to meet some of the characters of the series, including Darth Vader and a few Stormtroopers. Student Rachael Mombourquette said her family has all the movies at home, but she admitted she was never really interested until now. “I think I will go home and watch them, it seems really cool,” Mombourquette said. X3 Productions collaborated with the Montréal Science Centre’s team of experts in a variety of fields to build the exhibition. Jacques-André Dupont, president and executive producer of X3 Productions, said the teams’ knowledge and expertise have shaped the exhibition’s structure and their input has been essential in developing its scientific and educational content. “This exhibition offers a fresh perspective on the beloved characters of Star Wars,” Dupont said. “We get a deeper understanding of their identities, and, at the same time, we get a deeper understanding of our own ... . It’s a character-driven adventure into identity.” Exploring the complex notion of identity in both the real world and in the films, X3 Productions hopes shed light on each of the components of identity. The exhibition will divide the study of the characters from the movies identity into three major themes: the origins of the characters, the influences that shape them, and the choices

they make during their life. It’s by looking at these characters’ identity that patrons will have the chance to learn about the components which make up their own human identities, such as species, genes, parents, and culture. The museum promises many fun aspects to the new exhibit including a making-of featurettes which explore the stories behind the development of many iconic Star Wars characters and explain how they became who they are, and how different creative choices could have made them different characters altogether. There are interactive identity quests, scientific content and the chance to follow Luke and Anakin Skywalker through their journey. Online ticket sales for the exhibition opened on March 23, with opening day beginning on May 10. Visitors can also begin their identity adventure online at www.starwarsidentities.com. Adult tickets are $23 and children are $13.25. The exhibition will run until Sept. 2. For more information about the new exhibition, visit www.aviation.technomuses.ca.

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Michaela Hawdur, Chelsea Frake and Rachael Mombourquette hang out with a couple of characters at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum on March 20. The museum launched its summer exhibition, Star Wars Identities, which will open on May 10.

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4-H honours national volunteer leaders

EMC news - Six 4-H volunteer leaders across Canada were honoured for their dedication to local youth with the annual Co-operators/4-H National Volunteer Leader of the Year Award. “The lives of countless young people in Canada have been greatly enriched over the last 100 years thanks to the dedicated 4-H leaders,” said Rob Black, president of the Canadian 4-H Council. “More than 8,000 volunteer leaders give generously of their time to pass along valuable skills and selfconfidence to almost 26,000 young members. The 4-H program could not succeed without the time, commitment and dedication of these individuals and we are proud to acknowledge their selfless efforts through this annual award.” Each winner selected for the Cooperators/4-H Volunteer Leader of the Year Award receives a $100 gift and 4-H anniversary tumbler. In addition, one volunteer is recognized as the grand prize winner with a $1,000 prize, and will receive a trip to the 4-H Canada Annual General Meeting in May, 2013. The six volunteers selected were nominated by their respective 4-H members, who were asked to give examples of how their leader has made their community a better place, and why they deserve the award. “Community programming of any sort typically relies on dedicated and selfless volunteers who help bring it all together,” said Kathy Bardswick, President and CEO, The Co-operators Group. “4-H leaders are stellar examples of that commitment, and largely responsible for the long-standing success of this wonderful program. Congratulations and thank you for your commitment to helping young people across the country reach their potential.” The following leaders were awarded the 2012 Co-operators/4-H Volunteer Leader of the Year Award: • Cheryl Johnson, Shifting Saddles 4-H Club, Salmon Arm, British Columbia • Tim Belec, Lakedell Lighthorse 4-H Club, Westerose, Alberta • Brad Eggink, Lincoln Dairy Calf Club, Grimsby, Ontario • Maria Enright, Richmond 4-H Club, Richmond, Quebec – also the grand prize winner • Sheila Fanjoy, Bridging New Waters 4-H Club, Waterford, New Brunswick • Alfreda Farish, Millview-Vernon River 4-H Club, Vernon River, Prince Edward Island Maria Enright of Richmond, Quebec was selected as the grand prize winner of the 2012 Co-operators/4-H Volunteer Leader of the Year Award. Enright has been a leader for 10 years and has been responsible for initiating many programs within her 4-H club and in the community. She has taught the members to think beyond themselves and to show their thanks by giving back to their parents and community supporters. According to her club, she is dedicated, innovative and proud of the kids and the projects they are able to accomplish. “The Canadian 4-H Council would

like to thank all of the 4-H volunteer leaders across Canada as well as the 2010 Co-operators/4H Volunteer Leader of the Year Award recipients,” said Black. “The centennial anniversary of 4-H in Canada is also an excellent opportunity to recognize and thank the countless volunteer leaders who have inspired generations of 4-H members over the last 100 years and helped build this unique organization that 4-H Canada is today.” More information about 4-H in Canada can be found at 4-h-canada. ca.

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Left: Maria Enright of Richmond, Quebec (holding flowers) was presented with the 2012 Co-operators/4-H Volunteer Leader of the Year Award at Quebec 4-H’s Innovative Ag Tour in Danville, Quebec on March 16. Accompanying her are Quebec 4-H executives and the Richmond 4-H members who nominated her for the award: from left, Quebec 4-H Executive Director Lorelei Muller, Quebec 4-H Vice-President Tiffany Nelson, Richmond 4-H member Leah Driver, Quebec 4-H Executive Member Emily Simms, Quebec 4-H President Mathieu Rouleau, Richmond 4-H President Andrew Boersen, and Richmond 4-H member Emma Redburn.

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Playwrights to present â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fairground Folliesâ&#x20AC;? during Carp Fairâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 150th EMC entertainment - Rural Root Theatre (RRTC) was formed to offer live theatre options in West Carleton. In the spring of 2005 two plays were written by Helen Weeden of Carp. They were presented as part of the Rural Root Theatreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first show â&#x20AC;&#x153;Council Chambers Capersâ&#x20AC;?. The theatre company has steadily grown and has the reputation of providing great entertainment. The next RRTC show is the very well known Canadian musical â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Drowsy Chaperoneâ&#x20AC;? from May 7 to 11. After several years of hard work with her husband Martin and a few other very dedicated volunteers, Helen â&#x20AC;&#x153;got things goingâ&#x20AC;? with the group. She is glad now to have recently been able to hand over more of the management duties required to run a theatre company to new volunteers. Therefore, Helen, who has a Scriptwriting Diploma from Algonquin College, has once again found more time to continue her writing passion.

Helen is a long time resident of West Carleton and has written a play called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fairground Folliesâ&#x20AC;? with the help of Ian Glen, another member of RRTC and resident of Constance Bay, The play is to celebrate Carp Fairâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 150 anniversary and RRTC has agreed to produce and work with the Carp Fair members on this play. The RRTC believes that by mounting this play it will offer members more opportunity to experience the fun of theatre. It is intended to be a fundraiser for the Carp Fair. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Think about it,â&#x20AC;? Helen said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Fair started in 1863 which makes it older than confederation! We encourage everyone in West Carleton who is interested to get involved, whether in acting or other supportive roles.â&#x20AC;? Helen and Ian Glen will be directors, and Martin Weeden the producer. We will require several actors, all ages and a few musicians and will certainly need loads of other help with everything from lighting to set building, costumes and more. The play is both humorous and histori-

cal in nature with some musical elements as stories from the past are presented. â&#x20AC;&#x153;For those who donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know much about the fair this is your chance to learn more. For those who do, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll enjoy and relate to the many local references,â&#x20AC;? she said. Helen has done a lot of research and interviewed many people who have longstanding connections to the fair in Carp and surrounding areas. An information night is being planned â&#x20AC;&#x201C; likely for late April - so those who are interested in getting involved can learn more about the project. Please check your local media for notices about this nearer the time. The show dates are from Aug. 14 to 17 in the show barn at the Carp Fair. If you want more information, a chance to read the script contact Helen at helenmartinweeden@sympatico.ca or Ian Glen at ianfg@yahoo.com. For information or to book tickets on line for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Drowsy Chaperoneâ&#x20AC;? please check www.ruralroot.org or call the box office at 613.832.1070.

OCNA awards shows connection to community Continued from Page 14

â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is a great series. All the readerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s questions are answered and it brings forward something that is of high interest to all readers, and a topic that many may not be aware of. Layout is well done with blocks of text efficiently broken up as well,â&#x20AC;? wrote the judge in this category. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The use of the fundraising breakdown chart, too, is a great way to pull a potentially uninterested reader in, and I can only assume that would be good enough to then make them read the stories. Great job. This is a story thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been done before in other markets, but never quite in this way, that Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve seen. Any time a re-

porter can take something and make it his own â&#x20AC;&#x201C; while putting an entirely news perspective on whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s happening â&#x20AC;&#x201C; thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worthy of placement. Interim managing editor Theresa Fritz is pleased with the honours awarded to the Metroland East papers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is always an honour to be recognized by your peers in the industry for a job well done,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our editorial team is committed to telling the stories that matter the most to our readers and to receive awards from the OCNA further emphasizes we are connected to our communities. Congratulations to everyone who had a role to play in the award-winning paper and stories.â&#x20AC;?

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Ward 5 West Carleton-March CLEAN UP WARD 5 BY JOINING THE SPRING CLEANING THE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN The City of Ottawa and Tim Hortons are pleased to announce the annual Spring Cleaning the Capital Campaign, which will take place from April 15 to May 15. This is a city-wide event that brings together neighbours, communities and friends to help keep Ottawa beautiful. Early bird registration is now open for the event until April 14. Registration is quick and easy. First, select a cleanup location, such as a park, ravine, shoreline, bus stop, pathway or any public area requiring tidying up. Then go to the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website to register for the cleanup. This is a great opportunity for families and friends to work together on community cleanup projects that help make Ottawa clean, green and litter free. Cleaning the Capital is also an excellent way for high school students to earn their community volunteer hours. For more information and to register go to ottawa.ca/clean or call 3-1-1.

CITY AIMS TO IMPROVE HOW IT ENGAGES THE PUBLIC The City of Ottawa is reaching out to residents this spring in order to improve how staff consults with individuals and groups on important issues. Guidelines to improve how City staff engages the public are being drafted and the City needs to know what you think, where you want to be reached and how you want to be consulted. Four bilingual community consultation sessions are being held. The ďŹ rst one already took place on March 25. The remaining sessions are noted below, all of which run from 7 to 9pm: s!PRIL/RLEANS#LIENT3ERVICE#ENTRE 2OOM #ENTRUM"OULEVARD s!PRIL*OHN'-LACAK#OMMUNITY#ENTRE (ALL$ #AMPEAU$RIVE s!PRIL7ALTER"AKER3PORTS#ENTRE &OOD#OURT -ALVERN$RIVE To register for one of these sessions, go to ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 or visit any Client Service Centre. For those who cannot attend a consultation session but still want to contribute, a survey and ideas campaign will be available on the #ITYSWEBSITEUNTIL!PRIL 

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City asks residents for advice on how the consult with the public reached and how you want to be consulted. There are four bilingual community consultation sessions held between March 25 and April 16. To register for one of these sessions, go to ottawa.ca. For those who cannot attend a consultation session but still want to contribute,

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EMC sports - Building on a successful 2012, the West Carleton Minor Softball Association is getting ready for this year’s season. Member organizations in Fitzroy Harbour, Kinburn, Constance Bay, Carp and Dunrobin hosted sign up sessions at their respective community centres on Saturday, March 23 to register players from boys and girls ages four to 18. Costs have remained consistent with last year prices - $40 for t-ball and $60 for softball, plus a membership from your local community association. Registration is not restricted to West Carleton residents; players are welcome from surrounding areas and will be placed on a team. The house league season starts the first week of May and finishes by the end of June, concluding with a playoff tournament. For players wishing to play more softball, there will also be West Carleton “select” teams created at various age groups where there is interest. West Carleton Minor Softball also offers various training opportunities. The association is currently conducting a softball pitching clinic that will take place over six weeks in Fitzroy Harbour, helping players learn the basics of fastpitch softball pitching from a Softball Ontario instructor. The WCMSA is pleased to announce this course is full with young pitchers-in-training.


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EMC news - A monument on Sparks Street is planned to honour Canada’s hockey heritage. It was on March 18, 1892 when then-governor general Baron Lord Stanley of Preston announced he would donate a champion’s cup, later to be named the Stanley Cup, to the champion hockey team of the Dominion (Canada) of that year. On March 18, 2013, the Lord Stanley Memorial Monument Committee revealed plans to build a monument during an announcement at D’Arcy McGee’s pub on Sparks Street. Paul Kitchen, president of the committee, announced the monument will be placed at the corner of Sparks and Elgin Street, in front of McGee’s, to commemorate Stanley’s contribution to Canada’s and Ottawa’s hockey history. “This is the perfect location,” Kitchen said. “Where better to have a work of public art than in this hockey neighbourhood?” The Lord Stanley memorial monument is aimed to be complete by March 18, 2017 - just in time to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, 125 years to the date that Lord Stanley donated the cup and 100 years since the National Hockley League was formed. “Four years may sound like a lot of time but we have a lot to work out,” Kitchen said. The cost, Kitchen added will be well into seven figures, and raising money for the project is one of the committee’s first priorities. The design of the monument remains to be said but the goal is for the project to reflect the city’s hockey heritage, inform and entertain people and visitors to Canada and will be a sculpture of Stanley with the original Stanley

Cup bowl. The committee will be accepting ideas and submissions from artists, nationwide, and the final design will be selected by a jury chosen by the committee. Local architect, Barry Padolsky and his firm, Barry Padolsky Associates Inc. will be the professional advising team for the design competition. Mayor Jim Watson, Federal Minister of State - Sport Bal Gosal and Hockey Hall of Famer Murray Costello joined Kitchen for the announcement. “Hockey is part of the Canadian fabric and I congratulate the monument committee on their efforts to honour Lord Stanley’s gift in this fashion,” Watson said. “I think it’s fitting that this is where the gift was announced by the governor general of the day.” In its early years, the cup, first named the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup, was a challenge trophy and could change hands during the course of the season. The Ottawa Senators have won the cup 27 times, between 1903 and 1927. Les Gagne, executive director of the Sparks Street Mall, said this announcement is great news for the street, which is currently working hard at reinventing itself as a top tourist and shopping destination. “We are really excited to have this monument on our street,” Gagne said. “It should create a real impact for the area, and possibly bring thousands of people to Sparks Street.” Gagne added the association would like type of monument or sculpture for the pedestrianonly street. “This is going to bring in a wow factor and I encourage everyone to embrace this project,” he said.

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EMC sports â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Carleton Ravens menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball team joined their fellow students in the universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s food court on March 20 to celebrate the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s record-breaking ninth national championship. Rodney the Raven and the Ravenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rhythm, Carletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mascot and cheerleading squad, were on hand to pump up the cafeteria full of students before speakers took the stage. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When you watch this Carleton basketball team play, you marvel at what theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been able to accomplish,â&#x20AC;? said Lee Versage, host from the Team 1200, referring to the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 50-point margin of victory. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want to make sure we celebrate it properly,â&#x20AC;? he said, before introducing University President Roseann Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Reilly Runte. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Carleton team that weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re celebrating today has a huge victory, they are our ambassadors and the symbol of what we all are at Carleton â&#x20AC;Ś we can all be truly proud of them,â&#x20AC;? said Runte, who then read a poem written for the team before Versage introduced the players. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They are not only great players but dedicated students,â&#x20AC;? said Runte, who stuck around after the ofďŹ cial celebration to speak with those in attendance. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great feeling, knowing the amount of work that was put in over the season,â&#x20AC;? said forward Dan Penner. The Ravens menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball team earned their record-breaking ninth champion ship, March 10, by beating the Lakehead Thunderwolves with an impressive score of 92-42. The 50-point marTYLER COSTELLO/METROLAND gin shattered the previous record for margin of victory in a ďŹ nal The Carletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball team joined fellow students to celebrate their record-breaking ninth CIS championthat was set back in 1964, when Windsor defeated UBC 94-70. ship. University President Roseann Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Reilly Runte and Lee Versage from the Team 1200 spoke before the players were â&#x20AC;&#x153;It just shows how good we really are,â&#x20AC;? said Runte, referring the introduced. to impressive score.

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COME AND BRING A FRIEND Monsignor Joseph Muldoon

March 29 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3:00pm GOOD FRIDAY â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Celebration of the Lordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Passion March 30â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8:30pm EASTER VIGIL â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Resurrection of the Lord Bring bells to ring at the Gloria March 31 EASTER SUNDAY Mass times: 9:00 am; 10:30 am and 12:30 pm

For further details visit our website: www.holyspiritparish.ca

15 Steeple Hill Cres., Nepean, ON 613-591-1135 www.stpatricks.nepean.on.ca

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10:00 am: Service of Worship and Sunday School Pastoral Care & Healing Service: 11:30am - last Sunday of each month

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www.gracebaptistottawa.com ST. ISIDORE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 1135 March Rd., Kanata, ON. K2K 1X7 Pastor: Rev. M.M. Virgil Amirthakumar

INVITES YOU TO JOIN THEM FOR THE EASTER TRIDUUM Holy Thursday, March 28th at 7:00 pm. (Please bring bells for the singing of the Gloria)

Good Friday, March 29th, Celebration of the Lordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Passion at 3:00 p.m. and Stations of the Cross at 7:00 pm Solemn Easter Vigil, Holy Saturday March 30th at 8:30 p.m. (Please bring bells to ring in our Easter Joy) Easter Sunday, the Resurrection of the Lord March 31st at 9:00, and 11:00 am

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85 Leacock Drive, Kanata

Sunday Sunday 9:00 am: Worship Service, Nursery, Sunday School 11:00 am: Worship Service, Nursery Pastor Shaun Seaman Minister of Discipleship & Youth: Meghan Brown Saavedra Pastor Shaun Seaman

Good Friday, March 29th at 3:00pm The choir presents The Lenten Sketches by Joseph Martin, music and readings for the day keyed to six famous religious paintings. A free-will offering will be collected for the benefit of the Kanata Food Cupboard.

Sunday Worship Service 10:30am. Sunday School 9:15am. Adult Bible Class 9:30am.

Please join us at 110 McCurdy Drive, 836-1429, www.trinitykanata.ca

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Sunday Eucharist Eucharist Sunday

8:00 am - Said AM 3AId 9:15 am -Choral Choral Music, Sunday School & Nursery AM Music, Sunday School & Nursery AM 0RAISE-USIc, Sunday School Nursery 11:00 am - Praise Music, Sunday School& & Nursery

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

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SABBATH SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES 9:15AM WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 AM SERVING KANATA AND STITTSVILLE PASTOR: LYLE NOTICE 85 LEACOCK DRIVE, KANATA (THE CHRIST RISEN LUTHERAN CHURCH) 613-899-9793

Pastor: Keith MacAskill

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Pastor: Ken Roth Chapel Ridge Free Methodist Church 5660 Flewellyn Road, Stittsville 613-831-1024 email: office@chapelridge.ca www.chapelridge.ca

140 Abbeyhill Dr., Kanata Rev. Brian Copeland

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Grace Baptist Preaching the Doctrines of Grace

BRIDLEWOOD BIBLE CHAPEL A New Testament Church 465 Eagleson Road (also entrance off Palomino) 11 am Family Bible Hour (Nursery Available) Sunday School 6:30 pm Evening Bible Hour www.bridlewoodbiblechapel.ca 613-591-8514

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Sunday Services at 9:00 & 10:45 am

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Rev. Grant Dillenbeck Church: 613-836-4962 email: suchurch@primus.ca Visit our web site: www.suchurch.com


NEWS

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Food stamps for pets currently in U.S. but not Canada IAN STUPP Pet Talk EMC lifestyle – In the United States of America over 50 million Americans currently receive Food Stamps, many of whom own pets. The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) has a program in place called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), a program established for families with low incomes and those hardest hit by the recession. The following is quoted from their website: “SNAP offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities. SNAP is the largest program in the domestic hunger safety net. “The Food and Nutrition Service works with State agencies, nutrition educators, and neighbourhood and faith-based organizations to ensure that those eligible for nutrition assistance can make informed decisions about applying for the program and can access benefits, FNS also works with State partners and the retail community to improve program administration and ensure program the integrity.” With overwhelming demand for help, Marc Okon implemented a Pet Food Stamps initiative in New York City to help out 12,000 individuals in need of pet assistance. In the last two weeks of this pet project, Mark Okon has had another 45,000 requests for help. CAN THIS, OR IS THIS HAPPENING IN CANADA?

Canadians currently own a total of eight million dogs and cats. According to Statistics Canada, there are approximately 3.5 million dogs and 4.5 million cats in the country. About half

of all households have at least one pet. To my knowledge nothing exists in Canada to help unfortunate families feed their pets. However, there is an organisation called The Farley Foundation, which was established in 2002 by the OVMA (The Ontario Veterinary Medical Association) to assist people in need of veterinary care for their sick or injured pet. There is no direct link to the foundation.

To my knowledge nothing exists in Canada to help unfortunate families feed their pets.

So for those in need, please speak to your veterinarian for assistance in establishing contact with the program. If you would like to make a donation to the Farley Foundation, please call 1-888-262-9811, ext. 1.

DEATH OF A SHOW DOG

A 3-year-old Samoyed show dog named Cruz who competed in the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club dog show died four days after the event that is held every February in New York City. According to his owners, Cruz was in Colorado competing in another dog show when he began coughing up blood. The dog was rushed to a veterinarian, but died later that day. No official cause of death was determined, but his symptoms resembled those of a dog who had ingested rat poison. Even if Cruz was intentionally poisoned, it would not be an unprecedented act. Back in 1895, eight dogs were poisoned the morning before a competition. In 2010, a man was accused of drugging a Siberian Husky at the Wheaton Dog Show in Illinois, where his girlfriend was showing another dog in the same category. He was found not guilty of the crime. Ian owns and operates Wags & Whiskers Dog and Cat Grooming and Puppy Kindergarten at 118 John St. N., Arnprior. For comments or suggestions, he can be reached at 613-623-6200 or wagswhiskers@hotmail.com.

Spring fling fun set for Carp golf club EMC events – Spring is here and an upcoming fundraiser at the Irish Hills Golf Club in Carp is just the ticket to welcome the warmer weather and early blooms. The April 13 Spring Fling is a fundraiser for the Make a Wish Eastern Ontario branch and features a host of local favourites. Gail Gavan, the Mick Armitage Band, Louis Schryer and Adrienne Taylor are among the performers on the entertainment lineup. Mark Papousek of Y101 fame will be the emcee.

The fun begins at 8 p.m. Organizers say tickets are selling fast. To get yours, $25 apiece, call Mick at 613-226-9178 or Wanda at 613-223-3310. Reserved tables are available. Visit www.mickarmitage@sympatioc.ca. The event is sponsored by Wanda Clark, broker, Kelly Williams VIP Realty. Irish Hills Golf Club is located at 3248 Carp Rd.

Pet Adoptions

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STELLA D/S/H SPAYED FEMALE 1 1/2 YEARS

GENEVA D/S/H SPAYED FEMALE 4 YEARS OLD

BUDDY SEBASTIAN #4315 ROTTWEILER MIX D/S/H NeuteredMALE male 23 YEARS years old NEUTERED OLD

 what you think.  where you want to be reached.  how you want to be consulted.

We would love for you to meet

Register for one of four bilingual community consultation sessions. All sessions from 7 to 9 p.m.

Willow & Whisper are now ready to find the perfect forever home. They are both spayed females approx 4 years old, we would like to place them in a home together as they are inseparable. Both dogs are shy but warm up once they are familiar with you, they are active with lots of energy to burn. They are crate trained and housebroken with good manners. They are good with some other dogs but would prefer a home without cats or small children. Willow & Whisper would be best suited in a home with breed experience and a fully fenced yard. They will make wonderful companions for their new family.

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Annual general meeting at the Arnprior Library, April 15/13 @ 7pm, all welcome.

Arnprior Humane Society 490 Didak Drive 613-623-0916 Arnprior Humane Society has many other companion animals available for adoption. Featured animals are adopted quickly! Website: http://www.arnpriorhumanesociety.ca Email: district.spca@bellnet.ca • 613-623-0916

SUPPLIES NEEDED THIS WEEK: paper towels, bleach, dry cat food

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March 25 City Hall 110 Laurier Avenue West

April 3 Orleans Client Service Centre 255 Centrum Boulevard

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April 10 John G. Mlacak Community Centre 2500 Campeau Drive

April 16 Walter Baker Sports Centre 100 Malvern Drive

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1724 River Road, Braeside MLS 848292 $749,900 Amazing waterfront acre, stone bungalow, 3 car garage, 2 fireplaces, open concept living area with loads of tinted windows, beautiful kitchen, large island, walk-out lower level. A MUST SEE to appreciate. Minutes to Arnprior Golf Club.

LAND Dunrobin 2591 Sixth Line Rd 2 lots to choose from 11 & 15 acre parcels $179,900 each MLS 853395

Rural Kanata 2125 Second Line Rd. 32 acres fronting on Murphy Side Rd & Second Line $474,900 MLS 850533

Diefenbunker website to benefit from $43,000 grant EMC news - The Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum has received a grant for $43,000 from the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport’s Museum and Technology Fund to develop a new interactive website that uses digital technology to provide greater public engagement and access to one of the most unique Cold War facilities in Canada. The website will feature digital technology, such as oral history video clips, an interactive Cold War timeline, downloadable teacher resources, online bookings and a 3-D virtual tour. Executive director Henriette Riegel said, “This is a very exciting project for the museum and we are grateful to the ministry for this funding. Redeveloping our website will help the Diefenbunker attract and ap-

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peal to new and existing audiences. This is especially important today given that many of our visitors were did not experience the Cold War, so we can use our website to communicate about one of the most critical times in the world’s history.” Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren said “This new website will tell the story of the Diefenbunker to people across the world. A job well done by all staff and volunteers.” The result of the new website will provide a more contemporary and interactive interpretation of the Cold War online, which will help the Museum achieve a key objective identified in its new Strategic Plan: to provide audiences with an experiential and interactive learning environment.

The new website is set to launch in late 2013. ABOUT THE DIEFENBUNKER

Built to ensure continuity of government after a nuclear attack during the Cold War, this once-secret bunker was decommissioned in 1994 and re-opened as the Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum in 1998. The Bunker is located in Carp, 35 km west of Downtown Ottawa, and attracts over 40,000 visitors a year. With a wide variety of educational programs, activities and tours, the Museum offers a unique perspective of living with and preparing for disasters of unprecedented severity in our recent history.

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Adult oriented neighbourhood, finished basement, rec room w/wood & stone finishings, nat.gas fireplace, 2+1 bed/3 bath bungalow w/main flr laundry. Call Pat to view today. MLS 854519 $237,900

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NEW LISTING! 121 Cricket Crescent, Dunrobin Cozy & easy to care for 3 bedrm, 2 bath bungalow built in 1994 only 10 minutes from Kanata on a private 190’ x 145’ pie shaped lot, granite kitchen, hardwood floors on main level, 3 pce ensuite bath, partially finished basement with propane gas fireplace, oil heat, central air, front veranda, back deck, newer front windows & paved laneway! $284,900

NEW LISTING! 7 Pacer Place, Bridlewood Move in ready home on quiet court of single family homes! 3 bedrms, fireplace, newer windows, natural gas furnace, renovated kitchen & main bathrm, 3 pce ensuite bath, 2 walk-in closets, finished rec room, central air, upgraded attic insulation, 34’ x 105’ lot! $319,900

1330 Kilmaurs Side Road, Woodlawn All brick 3 bedrm bungalow, 155’ x 150’ lot just 25 mins to Kanata! Finished basement has rec rm, 2 more bedrms & a 3 pce bath ideal for older children wanting their privacy or guests! Over sized 2 car garage, above ground pool 2008, wheelchair ramp, new septic & furnace 2012, shingles 2006! $336,900

262 Fireside Drive, Constance Bay Your family will love this 4 bedrm home on a 1 acre lot with pool & a detached garage & close to forest, beach & community centre only 20 mins from Kanata. Updated windows, flooring, kitchen, shingles, main flr laundry & famrm, ensuite, fireplace, finished basement & more. $429,900

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3 Bedrm brick bungalow in nice neighborhood near schools & play ground, eat-in kitchen features oak cabinets and built-in dishwasher, hardwood floors throughout main level, full basement with large rec room has gas fireplace, partly fenced yard, forced air gas heating and central air.

MLS 856412, $222,000

Great starter 3 bedrm, mobile home, with addition, in the village of White Lake. Walk to lake, boat launch, park, snowmobile trail. Has eat-in kitchen, large living room, 1 car detached garage, mature trees in the backyard.

MLS 860116, $135,000

4 Bedroom executive home on large lot located on dead-end street, home backs onto ravine with creek below, open concept kitchen with huge island work / bar area, dining room with access to large deck & patio area, hardwood & ceramic floors throughout main floor area. Living room eatures stone gas fireplace, French doors to large front porch, 4 bedrooms on 2nd level, laundry on 2nd level.

Great 2 bedrm bungalow on 1 acre lot in quiet rural setting just East of Arnprior, open concept with abundance of windows, hardwood floors & ceramic floors throughout, maple kitchen, master bedrm has 4 pce ensuite featuring corner soaker tub, full basement is all partly finished with huge family rm & game rm areas.

MLS 852688, $545,000

MLS 857130, $321,500

3 Bedrm home with attached addition was former general store / post office and has walk in cooler, ideal for in home business, 2 car detached garage work-shop, gas fireplace in living rm, 4 piece bath on 2nd level and 3 piece bath on main level, part of basement has handy walk-out ccess to outside.

Downtown Arnprior, retail building 1400 sq. ft. retail space plus 340 sq. ft. office and 500 sq. ft. storage at rear. Employee parking at rear, 2nd storey former apartment, basement for storage, gas heating furnace and central air.

MLS 856162, $174,900

MLS 855272, $159,900

NEW LISTING

97 TIERNEY STREET

124 DANIEL STREET, UNIT 203

Well built & maintained, all brick, 3 bed, 1.5 bath bungalow on quiet dead end street. Recent improvements include new roof shingles & furnace (2008), renovated main bath, new counter & potlights in kitchen, new laminate & tile floors throughout, new front windows & doors (2012), paved driveway (2012). Large finished family room & workshop in basement. Fenced back yard with patio & above ground pool. Single detached garage/ workshop MLS#861936 $254,900

COZY 2 BED CONDO IN SOUGHT AFTER SECURE BUILDING WITH MATURE ADULT RESIDENTS. CENTRALLY LOCATED TO SHOPPING AND RECREATION FACILITIES. IN-UNIT LAUNDRY, SPACIOUS LIGHTED CLOSET IN MASTER. 6 APPLIANCES INCLUDED. ALL NEW WINDOWSMLS#862570 $165,900

1 DAILLEE ROAD, MCNAB. UNIQUE LAYOUT, HUGE ENSUITE WITH JACUZZI SOAKER TUB, 2 WALK OUTS TO DECK, PRIVATE BACK YARD RETREAT, OVERSIZED GARAGE AND 3 SHEDS. EASY HWY ACCESS. MLS#858610 $259,900

314 BAYVIEW LODGE ROAD

34 SHORT ROAD. IMMACULATE 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATHROOM HOME IN A GREAT FAMILY ORIENTED NEIGHBOURHOOD. MLS#856583 ASKING $279,900.

WHITE LAKE. UPDATED 4 BEDROOM BUNGALOW ON PRIVATE 4 ACRE PARADISE. LANDSCAPED BACKYARD RETREAT WITH MULTI-LEVEL PATIO, DECK, SALT WATER POOL AND HOT TUB. NATURE TRAILS TO EXPLORE. MULTIPLE OUTBUILDINGS. MLS#855442 $449,000

LOTS & ACREAGE

- GOSHEN ROAD, MLS 850453, 1 ACRE BUILDING LOT, $35,000. - KINKADE ROAD, MLS 856225, APPROVED 20 LOT SUBDIVISION BACKS ONTO ARNPRIOR GOLF CLUB, $599,000. - MILL RIDGE DRIVE, MLS 824948, 1 ACRE RAVINE BUILDING LOT FLAT RAPIDS ESTATES, $119,000. - STEWARTVILLE ROAD, MLS 810859, 700 FEET WATERFRONT, MADAWASKA RIVER, $240,000. - STEWARTVILLE ROAD, MLS 840969, WATERFRONT MADAWASKA RIVER 11.25 ACRES, $190,000.

5 Unit apartment building in Arnprior, centrally located, consists of two 1- bedrm units and three 2- bedrm units. Heating included with all apartments, lrg paved parking area.

MLS 853627, $435,000

Arnprior 5 unit apartment building in central location, good sized units has gas fireplaces. Tenants pay hydro and heating, up to date gas furnace provides heat to common areas and unit #1 and two ducts in unit #2 coin laundry on lower level.

MLS 830235, $475,000

80 COLONY LANE, CALABOGIE PEAKS

1263 RIVER ROAD, BRAESIDE.

TUCKED INTO SHORE AT LANE’S END, BEAUTIFUL HOME BOASTS AMAZING LAKE VIEWS. BUILT 2002; BETTER THAN NEW! CUSTOM DESIGN W/OPEN CONCEPT LIVING/DINING & GALLEY KITCHEN W/GENEROUS ISLAND. MULTIPLE WALK-OUTS TO GORGEOUS DECK & SCREENED-IN 3-SEASON ROOM MLS#858896 $549,000

ENJOY 9 PERSON HOT TUB AND VIEW OF OTTAWA RIVER. THREE LEVELS LIVING SPACE. CUSTOM KITCHEN WITH APPLIANCES. CUSTOM 4-PIECE ENSUITE. IN LAW SUITE OR STUDIO OVER WORKSHOP. PICTURESQUE SETTING. MOTIVATED SELLERS! CALL TO VIEW FOR YOURSELF. MLS#825130

10 JOHN FINDLAY TERRACE IMMACULATE 3 BDR TOWNHOUSE IN A GREAT NEIGHBOURHOOD. THE OPEN CONCEPT MAIN FLOOR FEATURES DARK HARDWOOD AND CERAMIC FLOORS MLS# 861620 $239,900

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Erin Go Bragh in the Bay Above: These three Irish colleens are obviously enjoying the party at the West Carleton legion in Constance Bay on March 16. Left: Jeff LaHaise of “Forever Friends” and Cal Cummings are Karaoke dynamic duo during the everyone is Irish day in Constance Bay. ARLEEN MORROW/SUBMITTED

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May all the blessings of the season be yours. We hope the Easter holiday finds you surrounded by loved ones and happiness.

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The family of Karl and Heinke Brodersen invite you to an evening celebration in honour of their parent’s 50TH ANNIVERSARY on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. Kinburn Community Center Your friendship is the greatest gift!

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Carp Farmers’ Easter Market set for Saturday EMC events - The odd snowflake may still be around but spring is officially here. It’s time to forget plummeting temperatures and dark skies and taste a little of the spring magic conjured up by the Carp Farmers at their Annual Easter Market, Saturday, March 30, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fifty-plus vendors will be on hand with a wide selection of premium products designed to give your holiday meals that special local signature. Assorted meats (local lamb, elk, pork, and beef), eggs, fresh micro greens, and lettuce, stored root vegetables, herbs, garlic dips and delights, maple syrup, cranberries, fresh cider and juicy apples from last year’s crop, plus a wide range of preserves and cheeses, savoury and sweet baked goods are among some of the many products on offer along with Easter’s special candy favourite – chocolate. If you’re hunting for a special Easter gift, Carp Farmers’ Market has something for that someone who has everything! Check out the high-end crafts: from cards and art, through ceramics, quilts, woodwork and jewellery to toys and clothing. Homemade drinks, both hot and cold, snacks and more substantial energy-restorers are available, the parking is free, and the welcome warm. “It’s been a long winter,” comments Market President Bob Dobson. “But spring is definitely in the air. The birds are coming back and our vendors gearing up for an outstanding season! “The Carp Farmers’ Market is growing bigger year by year but our commitment to maintaining the highest possible quality in both produce and crafts remains as strong as ever. “The economy is still sluggish and times are tough for many families. We’re holding a 50/50 draw for the West Carleton Food Bank – and let me emphasise that non-perishable food items are very welcome. And, as always, there’ll be a Carp Farmers’ Easter Market 2013 draw for our traditional decorated Easter Basket crammed with donations from our vendors. “So join us and catch a touch of our special brand of spring fever. There’ll be a warm welcome waiting for old friends and new, rain or shine.”

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Spring home shoppers The Arnprior and District Fish and Game Club will give away this 2013 Mirrocraft boat, complete with 9.9 horsepower Yamaha motor and trailer on July 26. Bill Skinner, left, and James Kucharik were selling tickets on the prized boat – purchased from Sportland Marina – at the home show in Renfrew last weekend.

City changes services during Easter EMC news - There are schedule changes to some city services during the Easter break, March 29, Good Friday, to April 1, Easter Monday. • There will be no curbside green bin, recycling or garbage collection on Good Friday and Easter Monday. Good Friday’s pick-up will take place on Saturday, March 30 and Easter Monday’s pick-up will take place on Tuesday, April 2. The collection of green bin, garbage and recycling materials will be delayed by one day for the week of April 1. • Many registered programs at swimming pools, community centres and arenas are cancelled on Good Friday and Easter Monday, however, clients should

check with their facility to confirm as some exceptions will apply. Many pools, fitness centres and some arenas will be open on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday for public swimming, skating and fitness classes with modified schedules. Please check with the city’s website or the facility of your choice for details. All branches, departments and services of the Ottawa Public Library will be closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. They will operate as usual on Saturday, March 30. The city’s 311 contact centre will be open for urgent matters requiring the city’s immediate attention.

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Local events and happenings over the coming weeks — free to non-profit organizations Fax: 613-623-7518, E-mail: theresa.fritz@metroland.com

CARP March 30

The 24th season of the Carp Farmers’ Market is almost here! The first event of the season will be the Easter Market on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The summer season kicks off Saturday, May 11 (with Mother’s Day festivities) and runs every Saturday until October 26.

April 3

Join a drum circle at St. Paul’s United Church, 3760 Carp Rd. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Donations welcome.

April 9

On Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m., is A new Garden in an Old Place: Realities of making a new garden with limited resources. Presented by Lis Allison at Carp Memorial Hall, 3739 Carp Rd. All are welcome. $5 for non-members. For more information contact: wcgardenclub@ gmail.com

April 27

For a nostalgic evening of music and entertainment enjoy reminiscing with Great Grandma as she turns back the pages of time in her “Family Album” to revisit memorable folk from her growing up years in Carp. Friday, 7 p.m. and Saturday, 2 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Church, 3760 Carp Rd.

ONGOING

Every Thursday until May 30 the Carp branch of the Ottawa Public Library is offering storytime, 10:15 a.m. and 2 p.m. (30 min). Drop in for stories, rhymes and more.

CONSTANCE BAY March 31

Children’s Easter in the Bay starts at noon at the community centre with the annual Easter egg hunt; loads of chocolate and great prizes. At 1 p.m. it’s time for everyone to move on over to West Carleton Legion 616 for the annual children’s Easter party. This is a free event provided by the CBBCA and Legion 616.

April 20

The Western Ottawa Community Resource Center hosts

a free income tax preparation clinic at the Constance Bay Community Centre on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. The program offered by the Community Development Team in conjunction with volunteers from the Certified General Accountants of Ontario - Ottawa Chapter. For more information or to make an appointment, call 613591-3686 ext. 750 (no dropins, by appointment only. Maximum household gross income of either $30,000 for a single person or $45,000 for a couple or $35,000 for one adult with one child).

May 7-12

Rural Root Theatre presents The Drowsy Chaperone at the Constance Bay Community Centre. Tickets are $12 to $15. The Drowsy Chaperone is a play within a play. A theatre fan, known only as Man in Chair, is a loner stuck in his apartment. His only joy is listening to a recording of his favourite 1920’s musical. As he listens to the recording, the characters and music in the play come to life and his apartment is transformed into a Broadway stage. Hilarity and mayhem ensues. See ruralroot.org for more.

ONGOING

West Carleton Legion Branch 616 events: Every Monday: Cribbage at 2 p.m. Feel free to come down to the branch for a few fun hands. Every Wednesday BINGO: Kitchen opens from 5 to 7 p.m. for a pre-Bingo meal. BINGO at 7:15 p.m. Every Thursday: Carpet bowling at 1 p.m. Every Friday: Cribbage at 2 p.m. Every Friday: TGIF Dinner at 5:30 p.m. Branch 616 Royal Canadian Legion invites you to their weekly TGIF Dinner. All welcome, community members please join us!

FITZROY April 6

St. Michael’s four-hand euchre tournament series at the community centre, 100 Clifford Campbell St., sees doors open at 12 p.m. Play at 1 p.m. $700 in prize money. two-person team, eight games, team score total: $20 per person, light lunch served. Call 613-623-9780 for more.

Future dates include Saturday and May 4.

KINBURN April 3

Kinburn & District seniors meeting will be held in the Kinburn Community Centre at 11:30 a.m. Pot luck lunch at noon. Entertainment. Everyone welcome. Remember your Senior Games registrations.

April 4, 11, 18, 25

Kinburn & District seniors are hosting a series of 6-hand euchres on Thursdays during the month of April. Time 1:15 p.m. Cost $5. Prizes. Refreshments. Everyone welcome.

April 20

On Saturday is a Craft Beer Discovery Tour. The bus will depart from the Kinburn Community Center at 8:30 a.m. There will be guided tours at Beau’s brewery; Cassell brewery; Mill Street; Kechesippi and the Big Rig, then back to the community center. The price per person is $50, no minors allowed. Advanced tickets only and they can be purchased at Darvesh, Kinburn Farm Supply, or the Royal Bank.

April 24

On Wednesday is the Fashion Show and Silent Auction at the Kinburn Community Centre, 7:30 p.m. Fashions by Audrey’s in Town. Tickets are $10 available from Donna Laughlin at 613-832-1435, Rosemary McCready 613832-2802 or Mary CohanPekarchuk 613-839-0296. Sponsored by the Bethel Untied Church UCW.

ONGOING

If you’re looking for a starting point for your active life, “Fit-tastics” (formally called the “West Carleton Exercise Group”) and the Kinburn Indoor Walking Club may be just for you! Fit-tastics is low impact chair/standing exercise program that is held at the West Carleton Community Complex (5670 Carp Road) every Thursday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. The Kinburn Indoor Walking Club takes place at the Kinburn Community Centre, 3045 Kinburn Side Rd.,

every Tuesday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Both programs are free. If you would like more information on either of these programs, contact Kim Ou, Public Health Nurse, at kim. ou@ottawa.ca or at 613-5806744 ext. 26234.

WEST CARLETON April 6

Between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. on Saturday the Grade 8 classes at Huntley Centennial will be canvassing the Carp and Corkery neighbourhoods as part of a bottle drive to fundraise/support the grad night ceremony and grad trip to Quebec City.

April 10

The West Carleton Country Kitchen hosts a community meeting to discuss a summer-long community-building project: build raised, accessible garden beds for West Carleton residents and gardeners of all abilities and ages. This is a free, learning program where people come together to build a communal garden, learn to garden and grow and share produce. It will be at West Carleton Complex, 7:30 p.m. Call Gail at 613.839.3978 to say you are coming, or email thecarrolls@xplornet.com.

April 13

‘Spring into Art’ 2013 Spring Art Conference & Luncheon is an exploration of ideas about the creation and promotion of art in Carp. Our goal is give you the information that will make you more successful in your work. www. westcarletonartssociety.ca/artconference.html For more information please contact Jo-ann Zorzi: jozodesigns@ rogers.com.

April 15

The City of Ottawa and Tim Hortons host the annual Spring Cleaning the Capital Campaign, from April 15 to May 15. This is a city-wide event that brings together neighbours, communities and friends to help keep Ottawa beautiful. Early bird registration is now open for the event until April 14. Volunteers who register their cleanup project during this period, have a chance to win one of many early bird prizes. Registration is quick and easy. First, select

a cleanup location, such as a park, ravine, shoreline, bus stop, pathway or any public area requiring tidying up. Then go to the city’s website to register for the cleanup. This is a great opportunity for families and friends to work together on community cleanup projects that help make Ottawa clean, green and litter free. For more information and to register online go to ottawa.ca/clean or call 3-1-1.

PAKENHAM April 5

Pakenham Square Dance Club Dance held upstairs Friday in the Stewart Community Centre. Dancing 8 to 11:30 p.m. Local musicians, door prizes and light lunch provided. Everyone welcome. Info 613-256-4126.

April 14

“Celebration” concert featuring The fiVe woodwind quintet performing a wide range of music from baroque and romantic to Charleston and ragtime, Sunday at St. Andrew’s United Church, Pakenham. Dessert tea at 3 p.m. followed by concert at 4 p.m. $15 tickets available at the door or at Pakenham General Store.

April 21

Swinging Fiddles Concert with the Scott Woods Band fundraiser for Anglican Parish is Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m. at Stewart Community Centre, 112 MacFarlane St.; $20 adults $10 Child 12 and under. Advance Tickets in Pakenham at Nicholson’s and the Pakenham General Store; Carleton Auto Parts in Arnprior; Darvesh Auto Centre in Kinburn; At Valley Heritage Radio in Burnstown or by calling 613-624-5069.

ONGOING

On alternate Mondays, the West Carleton Country Kniiters get together at members homes to knit and crochet for local charities. We also have members who knit for us, who are unable to attend our daytime get togethers. The charity we, the North Group, have chosen this Spring is the Elizabeth Fry Society. Look for us online at wccknitters, using

Google search. If you would like to join our group or have wool or yarn you would like to donate, please call Paula at 613-832-2611 or Sue at 613839-2542.

ARNPRIOR April 12 & 13

On Friday is a fundraiser for Camp Lau-Ren for Children, 6:30 to 10 p.m. at the Christian Education Centre, 257 John St. N. Supper catered by United Church Women’s Group, special guest awardwinning choreographer Ira Weisburd dancing and demos after meal. Welcome to non-dancers and linedancers. Donations start at $25. Call Donalda 613-623-2201 or Terry 613623-7874 or Hyacinth 613623-0976 for reservations and more information.

April 15

The Arnprior & District Humane Society annual general meeting will be at the Arnprior Library, at 7 p.m. Everyone welcome!

April 21

Pet microchip clinic hosted by the Arnprior & District Humane Society at Pet ValuArnprior; $45 per chip, cash only please. Being lost and alone is scary for any pet but a microchip will help your pet find their way home. Call 613-623-0916 to book.

KANATA April 13

Saturday is the 23rd annual Rideau Valley Home Educators’ Conference 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. at Kanata Baptist Church (465 Hazeldean Rd.) Seminars on a variety of topics will benefit individuals considering homeschooling as an alternative, those new to homeschooling, and seasoned homeschoolers. Large vendor hall hosts Eastern Ontario’s largest exhibition of homeschool resources. For information visit www.rvhea.org

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