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EMC news - Use of the West Carleton Emergency Food Aid has gone up by an estimated 40 per cent while donations have gone down by 37 per cent, said its auditor. The organization also started the year with 88 per cent less funds than last year. If the trend continues it could be spell real trouble, said food aid auditor Gary Robillard. “You have to be concerned about your opening cash balance that has deteriorated this year,” he said. “It’s imperative that we do something because of the drop of 37 per cent (in donations),” he added. “That’s unheard of. We can’t keep going that way.” To help provide funds, part of the food aid’s guaranteed investment certificates (GIC) had to be cashed in. “We are going to need another $10,000 soon,” said Treasurer Lelia Graham. “That’s just on food.”

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Since the beginning of 2013, food aid has filled more than 190 orders. By comparison, this time last year there was a need for 163 orders. It is forecasted that need will grow exponentially. New families are arriving for services all the time, said former food aid chairwoman Sue Pauly. The increase in use is seen in food banks throughout the city, confirmed Coun. Eli El-Chantiry. “The number of people who use the food bank aren’t necessarily the same people we normally see on social services,” he said. “What you are seeing now is more of the single parent, you

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EMC news - After getting an additional 18 months for molesting four teenage girls, Paul Laframboise started shaking, wringing his hands and muttered “I’m going to die.” The 74-year-old Fitzroy Harbour man had previously pleaded guilty to several charges including sexual assault, sexual exploitation and sexual interference as well as careless storage of guns. He has been in jail since October and has served 225 days behind bars. Laframboise remained stone-faced as Judge Heather Perkins-McVey read impact statements the girls provided, highlighting how profoundly affected they all were by his actions. Two of the girls wrote about their attempted suicide while another described how she would wake up in tears, terrified that he would find her and hurt her. She no longer trusts people, particularly older men. See VICTIMS, Page 2

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Some left-leaning think tanks have proposed a greater role for government in ensuring food banks have enough. The argument goes: working people in some cases can no longer make ends meet; food is a human right; the government has an obligation to see everyone is fed. But El-Chantiry isn’t willing to go that far. He said the charity component is important for building community spirit. Having governments take a greater role will diminish that volunteer aspect.

The exact reason the local usage has climbed so quickly is uncertain, but Pauly has a few guesses. “We can just assume it’s the economy like everywhere else,� she said. “We do have some transient communities. They come, they rent and move out. There is not a lot of affordable housing here. The few rental places there are see a lot of turnover. Certain addresses we would have three or four families over the year.� When Jack MacLaren heard

about the food bank’s woes, he sympathized with users and offered advice to the governing Liberal. “People are having a tough time. Now they are driven to the desperate point of going to food banks. When I hear both sides are hurting – those using and those donating – that tells me they are both having a tough time,� said the Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP. “This is no time to be raising taxes. That’s insensitive and irresponsible.� NO CITY FUNDS

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She now lives in constant fear that she will be harmed for stepping forward. Another blamed herself and fears she is seen differently be her peers. Her self esteem and self worth have been deeply affected. All four bare deep emotional pain from his actions, according to the judge. They also wrote that the media had also caused further harm by publishing lurid and identifying details. Laframboise previously spoke of his deep remorse, but Perkins-McVey did not feel he truly comprehended the deep turmoil he inflicted on the girls. “You speak about your life and health,� she said. “You show little realization on how it affects your victims.� Laframboise’s lawyer Joseph Addelman argued for a more lenient sentence consisting of an additional 34 days, citing that his client was old, sick and this was his first offense. He had also pleaded

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EMC news â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Progressive Conservatives continue to lag behind the minority-governing Liberals in the polls, even though a lengthy list of scandals and controversies keep piling up. The latest, resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars spent to close two power plants, doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem to have boosted Tim Hudakâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s party. But Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ready to blame scandals caused by the federal Conservatives or right-wing Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All these little problems donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t add up to much,â&#x20AC;? MacLaren said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If something went wrong, if rules were broken, people should be held responsible. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If nothing went wrong, they should be exonerated and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll move on.â&#x20AC;? A spring election was averted with the passage of the Liberal budget, after the NDP secured a number of gains for their supporters. MacLaren said the next best chance for an election, something his party has indicated they want to see happen sooner rather than later, is in the fall or next spring. He disagrees with critics who say the PCs should have at least tried to work with the Liberals to win a few concessions in the budget.

The Drummond Report and others advocate a small â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;câ&#x20AC;&#x2122; conservative approach that has been largely ignored by the Liberals, he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Liberals donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t even follow their own reports,â&#x20AC;? MacLaren said, a tone of frustration obvious in his voice. In a wide ranging interview, he continually returned to the issue of reducing GTA gridlock. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s against raising taxes, but also wants to see money put toward improving the transit system and other parts of Torontoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s infrastructure. As for the Liberals hanging onto power in the face of many controversies, MacLaren isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t second-guessing the partyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current policies. Many observers have interpreted their desire for â&#x20AC;&#x153;flexible labour marketsâ&#x20AC;? as code for union busting; could it, along with other far right promises, be responsible for low support in the polls? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think so,â&#x20AC;? he said, pointing to an LCBO and OLG selloff as popular and centrist positions. As for conservative scandals affecting the partyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fortunes, and the Liberals staying in power despite their own, MacLaren didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem to have any easy answers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bad for politics in general; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s too bad these things are happening; but politicians are people and they make dumb mistakes,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;How is it the NDP can bring

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Gord O’Connor sticks by PM over mounting scandals EMC news – While the opposition hammers at Prime Minister Stephen Harper over the Mike Duffy scandal, a local MP is sticking to his side. “I am pleased the prime minister confirmed he didn’t know about this event,” said Gord O’Connor, the Conservative whip. “He was completely taken aback. We are pleased he is not involved.” Senator Mike Duffy accepted $90,000 from Harper’s now-former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, to pay off expense claims deemed improper. O’Connor, like many Conservatives, is distancing himself from the P.E.I. senator and Wright, saying the affair was improper. “This is wrong. You cannot provide funds to a politician. Mr. Wright made a serious mistake,” O’Connor said. “I’m sure he had good intentions. But the road to hell is paved with good intentions.” He doesn’t buy the line some Conservative supporters use when they say $90,000 is a drop in the bucket compared to the billions spent by the Ontario Liberals. He said it is true former premier Dalton McGuinty wasted a lot of taxpayers’ money, but that doesn’t excuse what happened in the federal government’s case. In light of four appointments Harper has made to the senate, all plagued by scandals, and a number of other questionable appointments, O’Connor was asked if the prime minister’s judgment should be brought into question. “He’s made 3,000 appointments, he can’t possibly know everything about all of them.” A CTV poll last week revealed just 13 per cent of respondents believe Harper is telling the truth when he says he didn’t know about the Duffy-Wright scandal. If accurate, that would mean many in the Conservative base distrust the leader. But O’Connor indicated the scandal has blown over. “People were upset when they didn’t know what was happening. Now they know what’s going on,” said the Carleton-Mississippi Mills MP. “I don’t think there is any permanent damage to the brand.” He wouldn’t share what was said during caucus meetings about the situation. CONSERVATIVE SCANDALS

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ing to power in 2006. Some of which include the following: • Perhaps the m o s t s i g n i fi cant is GORDON the RoO’CONNOR bocalls scandal, which sees one party member facing charges. A federal judge recently ruled that electoral fraud occurred in ridings across the country in the last election, though not to a point to change the outcome. Judge Richard Mosley didn’t single out the party or its members, but he found the person or people involved had access to the Conservatives highly expensive voter list. And that the fraud was high-tech and widespread. It has left critics saying elements in the party subverted some Canadians’ right to vote, the foundation of democracy. • The F-35 jets could cost almost twice the government’s initial estimate of $16 billion. That doesn’t include engines and in the eyes of some experts is inappropriate for the Canadian military. • The highly respected International Science Journal lambasted Harper for his dismissal of science, funding cuts to science programs and muting government scientists. • Harper’s prorogation of parliament is viewed as more crassly motivated for political gain than other governments’. • The Mandatory LongForm Census, important to municipal planners and others, was replaced with a voluntary version. It is considered by many statisticians, businesses and NGO groups to be less useful. • The Conservatives believe the public service in Ottawa had a Liberal bias, which led Harper to strip much of its policy development functions. Federal workers are largely implementers today. • Harper denied a House of Commons request to turn over documents on the Afghan detainees’ affair until forced by the speaker, who said he was in breach of parliamentary privilege, resulting in the first of two unprecedented contempt of parliament rulings. • A handbook on how to disrupt parliamentary committees, which play a crucial role in checking against a prime minister’s power, was handed

to committee heads by the Conservative party. Harper’s promise to allow committees to select their own chairs was dropped. And he ordered cabinet ministers’ staffers to not testify before committees. • Harper, during the coalition crisis of 2008, said the opposition leader does not have the right to take power without an election. It betrayed a lack of understanding about how the system works. • The Conservatives have significantly ramped up blocking measures where it comes to access to information. They have also suppressed research to an extent that they’ve openly challenged the idea that research, empirical evidence and erudition central to democracy. • Along with the questionable appointing of senators Duffy, Pamela Wallin, and Patrick Brazeau, the latter of whom faces assault and sexual assault charges, is Arthur Porter. Harper named him Security Intelligence Review Committee chairman in 2010. A year later he fled the country and was recently arrested in Panama on fraud charges. • Former Harper advisor Bruce Carson was accused of influence peddling. • The ethics and lobbying commissioners, along with others, are generally recognized more as lapdogs than watchdogs. • Former defence minister Maxine Bernier resigned after forgetting classified documents at his girlfriend’s. She had ties to the Hell’s Angels. • A Harper interview tape revealed an attempt to bribe Chuck Cadman in exchange for toppling the Liberal government. • Former International Cooperation Minister Bev Oda was accused of misleading parliament by withholding financial costs of programs. • Defence minister Peter MacKay added patronage appointments to the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and is now accused of trying to orchestrate a coverup. There are numerous examples of patronage appointments under the Harper regime, including the deputy chairman of the CRTC. • The already finished Canada Action Plan cost taxpayers $26 million over three months. Because the program was done, the ads are considered election ads being paid for by Canadians. • The two omnibus bills have effectively stifling debate and rendering MPs redundant.

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City of Ottawa Municipal Childcare Centres The City of Ottawa is giving kids a healthy start by launching the firstever Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Guidelines for Municipal Childcare Centres. These guidelines set the stage for healthy living by recommending that all children:

The guidelines were developed in 2013 as a result of an exciting new partnership between the City of Ottawa’s Community and Social Services department and Ottawa Public Health. These guidelines are timely as the recently released Ontario Healthy Kids Panel Report • Have healthy meals and a positive recommends creating healthy eating environment while in care communities as key to preventing the new guidelines offer a great • Have a wide range of opportunities childhood obesity. opportunity to help shape healthier, to be active while in care, including future generations. The guidelines adult-led activities and time for have been pilot-tested at a few Experts agree that early active free-play indoors and out daycares and will be rolled out to all childhood is a time when City of Ottawa municipal childcare • Spend less time sitting and more centres later in 2013. time learning basic movement many healthy living skills through play habits are formed. • Have childcare staff be role models for healthy eating and physical With 550 children in care at City of activity Ottawa municipal childcare centres,

Ottawa Public Health Connects Older Adults together to keep Ottawa’s older adult community safe and independent. The Community Connect Training program is part of the City of Ottawa’s Older Adult Plan, which presents a coordinated approach to addressing the specific and changing needs of older adults in Ottawa. The long-term vision is for a community that values, empowers and supports older adults and their quality of life.

To learn more about the free group training or how to help an older adult in need, call Ottawa Public Health at 613-580-6744 (TTY: 613-580-9656) or email healthsante@ottawa.ca.

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It is estimated that 10 000 older adults are If you are concerned: isolated and at-risk in Ottawa. Are you • Look for a change in their health or wellworried about an older adult you know? being such as a sudden difference in You can help them stay safe and continue their weight or appearance, or increased living independently by connecting them weakness or tiredness. with timely support and services available in the community. • Listen and ask questions such as “How do you like to spend your day?” The Community Connect Training program teaches how to recognize an older adult • Connect them to Ottawa Public Health who may need help. The goal of the (OPH) by offering to call with them program is to link them to local supports to learn together about supports and and services before a crisis takes place. service in the community, call on their The training is ideal for those who have behalf or leave the information with the regular contact with older adults such as person inviting them to call OPH. the staff or volunteers of a business, service Public health nurses are always available or community group. Most times, people to assess a resident’s needs and if required, who are isolated will not look for help on help connect them to services and supports their own, and you may be the first person in the community. You can discuss your to notice changes for the worse. concerns with a public health nurse to help guide your decision on what to do. When in doubt, make the call. Let’s work

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Just say no to grow-op registry

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uyer beware. And buyers of really big items â&#x20AC;&#x201C; like a house â&#x20AC;&#x201C; should be very wary indeed. Members of the Ontario Real Estate Association are calling on the province to create a provincial database of all homes that have been used as marijuana grow-ops or drug labs. There is a risk that a former grow-op could contain moulds and that a chemical lab location could have dangerous residues. A local realtor suggests a provincial list of these homes could be consulted by would-be home buyers before signing for a new home. It sounds like a reasonable plan until the effectiveness and cost of a drug house registry is considered. Who will pay to create the database, and more importantly, who will pay to keep it updated? No one wants to download busy-work onto police officers in multiple jurisdictions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; municipal, OPP and RCMP â&#x20AC;&#x201C; when they could be solving crimes or preventing them. The real estate agentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; wish list would also be sadly incomplete. Police only know about homes where they find grow-ops or drug labs, leaving all the other illicit locations off any provincial registry. And it turns out there are pay-per-use websites that home seekers can check to learn the history of a

home. Given the size of a home purchase, the cost of adding in a history check doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem onerous. Then thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the issue of spending public funds to create a database that will benefit only one part of the population. If you can afford a house, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re fortunate. Buying a house is a private transaction, so the responsibility should fall on the parties involved to do their due diligence. If we as a society mandate that the province must keep tabs on homes others may not want to buy, how long will it be until we need a registry of homes where murders have occurred? How about a list of houses with Bad Mojo or a report of ghosts? Buyer beware is a fact of life. Plus we have laws to dissuade anyone from selling a damaged home without telling the buyer. If someone knowingly sells a house and does not inform the buyer of hidden damage â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from any source â&#x20AC;&#x201C; they could face charges of fraud. No one should have to live in a mouldy or damaged home, so people shopping for a house should do everything they can to make sure their purchase is healthy. If they hire a real estate agent, they should be confident that the agent has their best interests at heart and has done all possible research on their dream home.

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Canada Post takes a flyer with junk mail plea

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hances are you received a peculiar letter from Canada Post recently. It told you that you are part of a Canada Post database of people who had requested that no flyers be delivered. You might have forgotten that you ever did that. The letter then asked you to reconsider, by mailing in a postage-free card to Canada Postâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Consumersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Choice Programâ&#x20AC;? saying that you would like to receive unaddressed mail at your address. Notice how big organizations, when they are urging you to accept something unpleasant, always give it a name like â&#x20AC;&#x153;Consumerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choiceâ&#x20AC;?? And speaking of unaddressed, this letter from Canada Post was addressed to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dear Occupant.â&#x20AC;? Noting that the mailing was printed on sustainable paper that can be recycled, Canada Post told you that by refusing to accept unaddressed mail â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which some cranky people insist on calling junk mail â&#x20AC;&#x201C; we were missing out on coupons, catalogues, fundraising appeals from charities, municipal and community notices and product samples. Unaddressed mail, Canada Post says â&#x20AC;&#x153;can save you money and keep you connected with your local community.â&#x20AC;?

CHARLES GORDON Funny Town What is this all about, really? Well, news reports say Canada Post lost money last year. As to the unaddressed mail, hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a quote from a Canada Post spokesperson, seen in the National Post: â&#x20AC;&#x153;We deliver all types of mail and all are important to the senders. And we owe it to those who pay for the service to receive the most effective service for their dollars.â&#x20AC;? In other words: companies pay us money to put those flyers in mailboxes and theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re leaning on us to get more mailboxes. Things have come to a pretty pass for a once-proud organization â&#x20AC;&#x201C; having to plead with customers to accept junk mail, masking its plea as an offer to help us keep connected with our local community. Of course, we all know why. Many Canadians, perhaps most, now receive their personal mail â&#x20AC;&#x201C; what we used to call â&#x20AC;&#x153;lettersâ&#x20AC;?

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How farm animals respond to a thunderstorm EMC lifestyle - I love a summer storm. I’m not crazy about 50km/h winds that rip the tin roof off the stable but I love a crackling thunderstorm with lightning and rain. Especially when I’m sitting on the sun porch, under the blanket on the love seat, with a cup of tea and a good book. The farm animals do not share my fondness for Mother Nature’s fireworks display. The last time we had a storm, I watched with interest as the sheep led the way up from the pasture as the clouds opened and dropped torrents of rain on their fleece. They speed-walked as fast as they could up the field, their udders hobbling their steps and their little ones tripping along behind them. I could hear them complaining all the way up the pasture, “My wool is shrinking!” The horse doesn’t mind the rain, but she sure moves at the first rumble of thunder. Then she makes thunder of her own, racing up the field with those big dinner-plate hooves tearing up the soil in her wake. I’m always afraid she is going to trip on a stone and break a leg and that will be the end of her. But you can’t get her to slow down when she’s spooked. Just stay the heck out of her way. 1800 pounds of scaredy cat at 50km/h, kicking up sod. The cows are usually safely tucked in the barn well before the storm. They seem to be very perceptive when bad weather is coming and they get in out of the way of it before the lightning strikes. The cats love to watch the storm, from a dry, safe

DIANA FISHER Accidental Farmwife place in the hay loft. They aren’t fond of getting wet either. No one hates storms more than Cody the Wonderdog. Well before the wind and the rain, he starts fussin’ to be let into the house. He seems to know the difference between a regular rain and an electrical storm, long before the rest of us. Rain drives him into his doghouse. A thunderstorm drives him right up the wall. If we aren’t home to let the dog into the house during the storm, he breaks off his leash and runs. He runs and runs until someone lets him in, somewhere. Saturday afternoon we got a call from the neighbours at the end of the road. “Are you missing a black dog?” This is the second time in a month that the dog has run away during a storm. I looked out the window and saw the broken lead hanging from the clothesline run. “Uh, yeah, I guess we are. Sorry; we’ll come and get him right away.” No worries, said the neighbour. The dog was having his nerves calmed with a juicy hamburger.

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Right. The Farmer swears his dog was not nervous about storms before I arrived six years ago. He says Cody would just go in his doghouse and sleep through the storm. Apparently I taught him to freak out during a storm. Well that just doesn’t make much sense to me, because I’m not afraid of storms and the dog seems to react the same way whether I’m home or not. And I think a lot of dogs are afraid of thunderstorms. My sister’s dog, a Rottweiler/Shepherd mix named Mandy used to bust in the screen door when there was a storm, and hide under the nearest bed. In the years that she lived at my mother’s house, the dog must have busted the screen a total of six times. Dad would take the door off, bring it to Blair at Home Hardware for re-screening, and hang it up again. Next storm, same thing. Eventually the frame of the door was so bent you could barely get it open. Mom would be at an event of some kind, hear thunder rumbling in the distance and announce, “I’ve got to go! I don’t want to lose another screen door!” If our spring weather is any indication of the type of summer we’re going to get, I have a storm warning for my neighbours. I predict a forecast of wet dog with sad “feed me” eyes, dragging a broken chain behind him. Email: Dianafisher1@gmail.com www.theaccidentalfarmwife.blogspot.com.

the Carp Book Corner opened for business on June 8, 2008. Since that date, the dedicated volunteers have worked diligently to put out gently used fiction and non-fiction, children’s books and paperbacks. All fiction books we sell are at almost 10 years old. We also have a special section of collectibles and more rare titles. This is a wonderful addition for us as we were fortunate to receive a book entitled “Romans et Contes” de Voltaire, Vol. 4 printed in 1781. Not only was it thrilling, it was fun to imagine how it could have found its way to our little bookstore! In five years the Book Corner has raised the sum of $30,002.68 with revenues last year of $5,807.85. This money has enriched your branch by the

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EMC news – It’s a bill likely unite all three parties at Queen’s Park even if critics say it will divide Canadians. Jack MacLaren says he is getting plenty of support all around for his private member’s bill to prevent Quebec construction companies from bidding on Ontario contracts. The PC MPP for Carleton-Mississippi Mills introduced the Fairness is a Two-Way Street Act in the legislature on May 29. It made it through the first reading. Although private member’s bills rarely become law, he is confident this one – similar to one passed when Mike Harris was premier in 1999, but killed by the Liberals in 2006 – will. “I think we’ll get support from all three parties,” MacLaren said. “They realize it is not fair.” If the bill makes it past third reading, construction projects on the Ontario side will be off limits to Quebecers. While there is no formal ban of Ontario contractors on the Quebec side, MacLaren said he hears regularly from locals who find the red tape and other hurdles make it next to impossible to win Quebec contracts.

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law comes into effect, companies that break it could face a fine up to $25,000 a day; workers could be on the hook for $2,000 per day. Among those that would have to change its ways is the City of Ottawa. Last year it hired 30 Quebecers to remove snow instead of Ontario truck drivers. Although the Parti Quebecois government’s inclination is toward protectionism, the province is reeling from a corruption scandal involving construction companies and may move toward cleaning up the rules in the future.

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“When you really love to do something, you just want to pass it on to somebody else,” said Ferrara. It can be a very expensive hobby to take up, with recreational pilot license costing a minimum of $5,000 or so. There are, however, different avenues enthusiasts can take to fuel their passion to limit costs. Pearson got his licence through the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. “They have flying scholarships,” he said. “They’ll actually pay to get your licence. That’s a good way to do it.” There are alternatives to purchasing aircrafts as well. Bit by bit, like consuming an elephant, Ferrara and his wife built an aircraft in their garage. “The whole thing is big,” he said. “It’s like building a house. It’s not going to be done overnight. It takes effort, continuous effort. So instead of watching TV you go in the garage in the evening.” It may have taken six years of hard work, but now they can fully enjoy it, taking trips down south whenever the mood strikes. The EAA chapter is also congruently holding its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. on the morning of the event. Children and their families are welcome to attend. Flying techniques and other aerospace subjects will be discussed. Once the meeting wraps up the kiddies take over at noon. “We do registration, we do a bit of ground introduction for the children,” said Ferrara. “How the intercom works,” he added. “We’ll

show you how to get on because you have to walk on top of the wing, into the seat. It’s almost like getting into a bathtub for this type of plane.” They hold little workshops like how to build components of a wing (wing ribs) out of wood and glue, as well as other activities to keep the kids interested while they wait for a ride, said Ferrara. Once they are properly introduced to the basics, they are taken up into the sky for a 15-20 minute trip. For those with a daring spirit and strong stomach, the opportunity to take over the reigns may come up. “We really want to make sure that somebody who is really interested in flying has the opportunity to be up there and actually enjoy it,” said Ferrara. Whether somebody enjoys flying on a small PATRICIA LEBOEUF/METROLAND airplane is discovered within a few minutes of Youngsters get to look at the airplane’s inner workings during the upcoming Young being up in the clouds. The pilots do reassure the Eagles Rally and if they are lucky maybe even pilot it for a few minutes. kids that there is no shame in calling a flight off if motion sickness or fear strikes. It also isn’t always obvious who will love flying and who will find themselves biting their nails. “I’m terrified of heights,” Pearson admitted. “But I’m fine in an airplane.” “I never get the flying that I’m going to fall,” he added. “It’s a very different feeling then being up on a ladder.” The event is free to attend, but requires registration in order to properly plan out the afternoon. To sign up, please reserve your spot with Alfio Ferrera at young.eagles@eaa245.org. For more information please visit www.245. eaachapter.org.

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Bay Days and more to keep Constance Bay hopping all summer long Bone Puppet Show and the Junkyard Symphony in the library at 2:30 p.m.

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EMC events - Summer is just around the corner and Constance Bay will be the place to be for fun. The Constance and Buckhamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bay Community Association (CBBCA) has lined up a wide range of activities to entertain and promote fundraising for the planned addition to the community centre. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thanks to our volunteers and generous sponsors and donors, the Sandhills Projec t has now passed the $105,000 mark,â&#x20AC;? said CBBCA President Ian Glen. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are well on our way to reaching our goal.â&#x20AC;? SUMMER KICK-OFF JUNE 7-9

The first big weekend of the summer, to kick-off Bay Days, will feature a Euchre tournament starting at 7 p.m. on June 7. The next morning will begin with a breakfast, followed by a softball tournament and barbecue, and ending with a casino night. The weekend will also host a fishing derby. For youngsters, there will be free haircuts, face painting, games, hand prints and a magic show. Sunday June 8 will start with a special Fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day breakfast, followed by a dog show later in the day. FIRE STATION OPEN HOUSE JUNE 15

The following Saturday, June 15, local firefighters will host their annual open house at Station 63. The event promises to be popular with prizes including an Ottawa Senators jersey signed by the entire team, a kayak and more. An Atom ball tournament will lead off activities June 22, in conjunction with the Rag and

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The tradition continues with Bay Days July 12-14, beginning with a Seniorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Boat Ride July 12. Saturday, July 13 will be a busy day, featuring a fish derby, walk-ride bike-a-thon, poker run, and a kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; activity centre with the Cow Guy juggler. Saturday evening the community centre will jump to the lively music of Salsa Night, featuring the Latin Breeze Band and the Venezuelan Folklore Dance Group â&#x20AC;&#x153;Churun Meruâ&#x20AC;?. A special dinner themed to the occasion will also be served. Sunday, July 14 will be Beach Day with activities taking place on the Point beach. GOLF TOURNAMENT JULY 27

Duffers will be out in droves to compete in the annual Bay Days Golf Tournament July 27. Tee off will be at noon at the Copperdale Golf Club on Dunrobin Road, followed by an awards banquet at the Community Centre. FISHING DERBY AUGUST 10

Anglers will be dropping a line in the fishing derby Aug. 10. And if the catch doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t measure up to a meal, the day will end with a big barbecue at the Community Centre. END OF SUMMER AUGUST 24-25

Bay Days will wind up Aug. 2425 with a ladies softball tournament coupled with a lawn tractor pull. A lobster dinner is planned to be fol-

lowed by dancing to the popular rock music of the Stephen Thomas Band. The evening may also feature gaming tables in a casino format though details are still being completed for the event. Sunday will feature Extreme Sports events on the grounds of the community centre. ONGOING SUMMER PROGRAMS

In addition to the special events, the CBBCA sponsors a wide range of regular programs for adults and children. Adults can take part in weekly Yoga classes, low impact fitness programs, a walking club and a mixed slow-pitch league. Sports for children include ball hockey, T-ball, softball, soccer and swimming. There are also summer day camps for kids. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re hoping that everyone takes part in the activities and supports our fundraising efforts,â&#x20AC;? said past president Len Russell. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A lot of volunteers have given considerable time to make events happen and we anticipate a good response in the community.â&#x20AC;? Most of the proceeds from the events will go to the Sandhills Project to renovate and expand the local community centre. The project is a comprehensive two-phase response to the communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most important program and service needs. It includes a larger library, program space for fitness and seniors, a health clinic, improved kitchen and theatre facilities. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We really need help from the community business leaders, professional trades, and anyone with fundraising ideas and energy,â&#x20AC;? said Ian Glen. For more on CBBCA activities, check out the website at www.cbbca. ca.

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Ward 5 West Carleton-March NEW CLOTHING DONATION BOX BY-LAW The new City by-law regulating clothing donation boxes on private property took effect June 3. Under the new by-law, either for-proďŹ t businesses or non-proďŹ t organizations may place their clothing donation boxes on private property, except residential properties, but only with the permission of the property owner. Clothing donation boxes must also have signage that identiďŹ es if the operator is a registered charity, a non-private organization or a for-proďŹ t business. If it is a charity, the charitable registration number must be posted. The name and address of both the property owner and the clothing donation box operator must also be identiďŹ ed. Operators are also responsible to ensure that all areas immediately surrounding the clothing donation box are maintained in accordance with property standards and maintenance regulations. In addition, the placement of the donation boxes must not pose as a visual obstruction for motorists, cyclists or pedestrians. If a violation of the new by-law exists, a Notice of Violation will be issued to the property owner or operator. Should the owner or operator fail to comply with the due date on the Notice, the City has the ability to arrange for the necessary work to be done, and to charge back the cost of the work to the owner. The City also has the ability to remove the box if necessary at the cost of the owner. The new by-law was enacted to address increasing concerns about improperly maintained clothing donation boxes often displaying misleading signage, as well as the placement of boxes without permission. For more information on the new Clothing Donation Box By-law, visit ottawa.ca.

CITY SEEKING INPUT FOR NEW CHILD CARE PLAN The City of Ottawa is seeking input from parents, caregivers, child care agencies and other stakeholders in the development of a Child Care Service Plan for 2014.

EMC news - The T-shirts decorating the side of the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre along Castlefrank Road are a symbolic gesture. Written on the clothes are messages from survivors of violence and abuse. On an infantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s white onesie are the words â&#x20AC;&#x153;Love shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hurt.â&#x20AC;? A bright purple shirt reads â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hands are for holding, not for hitting.â&#x20AC;? Written in coloured letters on a white background is this message of hope: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I know who I am and I am fabulous! You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t put out my fire.â&#x20AC;? The Clothesline Project is an annual international event aimed at raising awareness about violence against women and children. The T-shirts provide thought-provoking and emotional messages. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It started (with) the idea of airing out your laundry, airing out your concerns,â&#x20AC;? said peer support program co-ordinator Jenn Wilks. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Their message is about strength and hope.â&#x20AC;? Boxes upon boxes of T-shirts have been collected by the resource centre over the years, with a collection now totalling more than 500 articles of clothing. Volunteers with the resource centre pinned the T-shirts to clotheslines hung around the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s property on May 29 for the one-day display. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about raising awareness,â&#x20AC;? said Wilks. Violence against women is still a common occurrence in the community. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very prevalent,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We see

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T-shirts decorate the side of the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre along Castlefrank Road on May 29 as part of the Clothesline Project, which raises awareness about the issue of violence against women. Laura Dalliday, peer support worker, pins up a childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s onesie. cases of violence against women every day.â&#x20AC;? Through the resource centre, peer support volunteers are paired with women to act as friends and mentors, with whatever choices they make, said Wilks. The resource centreâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s violence against women program offers support for residents

living in the Kanata, Goulbourn, West Carleton, Rideau, Nepean, Osgoode and Bay wards. Services for victims of violence include peer and child witness support, transitional housing, counselling and Chrysalis House, a shelter for abused women and their families. For more information on the resource centre, visit wocrc.ca.

In keeping with recent provincially mandated changes, the City is undertaking a four-year process to modernize its child care system. Feedback gathered through consultations, including the child care web survey, and a proposed policy framework will be used to guide the City through the transition. The proposed child care policy framework includes system planning, equitable access to subsidy, ďŹ nancial management and direct service provision. The child care online survey is anonymous and will be available until June 7, 2013. Results will be incorporated in the 2014 Child Care Service Plan which will be considered by the Community and Protective Services Committee and City Council in the fall before formal submission to the Province.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES The Friends of the Carp River (FCR) have two items of interest for volunteers:

s Check Your Watershed Day â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Mississippi Valley Conservation is running a Check Your Watershed Day for the Carp River on Sunday, June 9, noon to 4pm at the Kinburn and Stittsville locations. Volunteers are required to walk a section of the river and collect data and/or drive to selected sites along the streams to capture the data. MVC staff will assist all volunteers with the process of recording water temperatures, taking photos and making notes of clean-up sites. This snap-shot of the watershed conditions helps MVC identify areas where conditions are not ideal and work toward ďŹ xing them. Register on-line here or contact Tara at vmp@mvc.on.ca. s Project Manager â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The FCR needs a â&#x20AC;&#x153;project managerâ&#x20AC;? to organize activities for the 2014 spring/summer season including project tree planting. The MVC and the FCR have identiďŹ ed a number of reaches along the river below the village of Carp that would beneďŹ t from tree/shrub cover. They are looking for someone to work with a landowner, order the trees, and organize the planting day in the spring next year by engaging the community. Please contact Janet Mason for details at carpriverfriends@yahoo.ca.

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all ages and ability from all around the area. The singers don’t need any training or even know how to sing as long as they love song. She also hopes that the choir members will join her at Bluesfest on July 7 at 2 p.m. They’ll be performing on the Blacksheep stage in Ottawa. As part of the festivities, a photographer will also be making his or her rounds around town. These captured images will be used for the town’s website as well as future marketing and promotional materials. For more information on the choirc or to sign up, please contact Maria Hawkins at maria@mariahawkins.ca or at 613-292-1283.

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EMC news - The 4-H’ers of Carp/West Carleton Barn Quilt Club presented their work at the Carp Farmers’ Market on June 1. Over the past month or so members of the Barn Quilt Club have been working hard at designing and painting their barn quilts. Some members opted to paint a barn quilt on their own while others worked in small groups to create a bigger project. We are all very proud of the time and effort we have put into these painted works of art. The invitation last Saturday was to all and for all to see the progress that we have done. The community got to vote and decide on their favourite quilt. Tt is so nice to see the public engage and take interest in the 4-H community. We were also available to answer questions about Barn Quilts and about the 4-H Program in general.

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emotional work during the working stage. According to the previously introduced pioneers of group work, Marianne Schneider Corey and Gerald Corey the working stage of group builds on the initial and transition stages and when these are successfully accomplished working stage is the natural next step. Working stage can be a difficult and uncomfortable place for group participants, not all group programs reach this stage! Although groups have powerful experiences throughout the working stage is where lasting behavioural change becomes a focus. It is for this reason the boyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s group program was developed to cover two back to back weekly topics around feelings. Some boys during this weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s group revealed and discussed at length the difficulties and challenges they deal with in their lives. For other boys this openness by others created an opportunity for them to also share. There are deep emotions behind this level of sharing because the boys will naturally worry about what the others think; shame, embarrassment and fear are very vulnerable emotions. It is a testament to a well-run group that a safe space in order to have these discussions has been created. An opportunity to sit down, be accepted by others and be

validated for oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own difficulties are basic developmental needs for healthy emotional growth. How have we created this? How have we created a safe place which affords opportunities to discuss very vulnerable emotions? By developing relationships. I was pleased to recently see in the Ottawa Citizen a quote from an American psychologist. These comments were made with respect to the psychiatry fieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s guidebook; there has recently been an update to mental health diagnoses guidelines. Dr. Foley said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;People do not live in laboratories â&#x20AC;&#x201C; thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not where the pain is, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not where the living is, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not where the relationships are. We need to bring the social side of life into diagnosis.â&#x20AC;? In a time where a diagnosis is a part of a childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s everyday life we must not forget the power of relationships. Can you set good intentions behind building healthy relationships with a child or youth in your life?

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Humane society’s cat adoption policies questioned John.carter@metroland.com

EMC news – Should an animal shelter adopt out a cat if the new owner is going to allow it to roam around outside? That’s the question at the heart of a debate over the cat adoption policies of the Arnprior Humane Society. A rural resident of the Hurd’s Lake area is questioning the policy after he was rejected when he tried to adopt a cat at the shelter recently. Alex Baillon suggests Humane Society staff are well-meaning, but their reluctance to let him adopt a cat is misguided. Their adoption policies should be reviewed, particularly as the shelter is overrun with cats to the point it is not accepting any more except for emergencies, he says. Baillon said when he explained that he would be letting his new cat have the run not only of his spacious house but his rural property, the humane society staff decided to reject his application. He says that a society director politely explained to him that safety is of prime importance and staff were worried that the cat would

be killed by a coyote or a fisher. While the Humane Society doesn’t publicly discuss individual cases, society president Brenda Ambrose said that the no-kill shelter does strive to ensure all adopted pets are going to safe homes. “We bend over backwards to get our animals adopted,” said the Vydon Acres resident. “But it’s not as simple … as giving out pets to everyone who asks for one.” Most of the cats in the shelter are not used to fending for themselves and would not likely survive for long outdoors, she explained. Ambrose said the shelter has some general policies, but adoptions are handled on a case-by-case basis. “It’s a judgment call,” she said, adding that the board has to have faith in shelter staff to evaluate whether the pet and the prospective new home are a good fit Ambrose said staff are dedicated to finding the right matches for the shelter’s pets and are frustrated at how many are in their care at the moment. However, they want to ensure they are going to permanent, safe homes, she said, adding that it’s ex-

tremely discouraging if a pet is finally adopted only to be brought back after a couple of weeks. “We want to adopt pets, but it’s we have to speak for those who can speak for themselves,” she said. “We’re their advocates ... so we do reject adoptions sometimes if we feel it’s not the right match.” It can take a long time, she admitted, noting shelter staff were delighted a few weeks again when a cat named Sam was finally adopted after being in the shelter for three years. Baillon suggests that the shelter board and staff review their policies in an effort to deal with the overcrowding at the shelter. Following are his thoughts in a letter to the editor. To the Editor: This is the story of Daniel. Daniel was a nice little fellow, warm, friendly and outgoing. But he was unlucky at birth. Poor Daniel was homeless and so he ended up in the care of the Arnprior Humane Society. At the shelter, he was well treated. He received all his shots and such medical attention as he required. He lived in a large room with dozens and

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dozens of other cats. Physically he was all right, but Daniel had vague dreams running around in his head. Put it down to instinct or call it what you will, but Daniel had something missing from his life. One day, a man and a woman came in to look for a cat and, among all those cats, Daniel stood out. They were drawn to him by his friendly but non-aggressive manner and because he purred like a buzz-saw when they stroked him. They decided then and there that Daniel was the cat for them. They had lived with many cats before, all of whom lived into their midteens with one living 20 years, so they knew cats and they liked Daniel. The man and the woman said they would take him and described their circumstances to the folks at the shelter. They explained that they had the money to provide Daniel with the best food and medical care available. They said Daniel would have the run of their 3000-square-foot house. They explained that they live at the end of a dead-end road, that they have five acres of property, surrounded on three sides by the waters of a lake. Two acres are open, mostly lawn, while the other three are bush, leading to the end of the long driveway. They said Daniel could fulfill his cat dreams and instincts by hunting the moles that are plentiful in the lawn and chasing the chipmunks and squirrels up the trees. He would have the freedom to come and go as he pleased, as long as he always came in at night. When he was tired or cold or wet, he could come in and warm himself by the fire and curl up in a cozy lap if he chose. They remembered that their previous cat, when he got older, would sit out on the patio in the evenings and watch the sun go down across the lake. Their place, they explained, was cat paradise. To their surprise, they were not allowed to take Daniel home. They had

to wait 48 hours, they were told and then they would be notified of the decision. Dejected and mystified, they returned home to await the verdict. When there was still no word after 48 hours, they called the shelter and were told that theirs was deemed to be an unsuitable home. Baffled, hurt, and bewildered the man and the woman insisted on speaking to one of the directors of the society to get an explanation. The director was calm, polite, and friendly and she explained that the society believes that safety is more important than fulfillment, happiness, adventure, or accomplishment. She said that they were quite willing to deny all these things to Daniel in case, one day he were to be attacked by a coyote or a fisher. So Daniel was to continue living in a room full of cats in the hope that someday another person would come along and promise to keep him locked up in a small apartment. The man and the woman got another cat from another source. The Arnprior Humane Society has about 180 cats. They will not give them to folks who will let them out and often they will not separate siblings. They beg for donations, yet they spend money keeping far more cats than they need to because of their well-meaning but misguided rules. The man and the woman have since been told by many people that they are just naive. “When they ask you if you will let the cat out, just lie. That is what everyone does,” they were told. So one is left to the conclusion that, while safety is more important than happiness for a cat, for the people blameavoidance is more important than finding a good home for an orphaned cat. Good night Daniel. Too bad you missed the chance of a lifetime, through no fault of your own. Alex Baillon Greater Madawaska

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than Dufresne who plays three characters in the musical. For some, it has taught them something they otherwise would never have learned. “I probably never would have taken dance before this,” said Katrina Vallianatos, who plays Urleen, one of Ariel’s close friends. The second part of the afternoon is taken up with the acting side of the production. This month, as they approached the opening night date, the students have dedicated their evenings to after school practices. With so much to do, and only two teachers to do it, the process has been very busy. “It can be very challenging,” says Smith, who along with Hauch, is responsible for selling tickets, promoting, posters, sets, and props. “You can’t just focus on one area, you have to be sort of multi- faceted, and focus on everything.” To get the final production the way they want the audience to see it, Smith says it’s a process much like layering. “The first layer is getting everybody to understand where to go, from point A enter, to point B exit and finish.” Then it’s all about adding the meat. “You say, okay now let’s get the characters in here, and make you actually entertainable while you do these movements.” From there they add the singing, dancing and then finally tech; lighting, costumes, and props. For the first year teaching the musical theatre class, Smith lucked out. “I really like the tone of this musical, the 80’s sort of feel to it.” The cheesy 80s feel runs throughout the musical, including Smiths current favourite scene. The scene includes the singing of the cheesy 80’s song Almost Paradise. “There’s some really over melodramatic falling in love between the two characters as they sing their hearts song, so I find it cheesy, but it’s actually quite comically enjoyable.” Other songs in the musical include Holding Out for a Hero, Achy Breaky Heart, Let’s Hear it for the Boy, and Footloose, sung by various cast members. The music is by Tom Snow, the lyrics by Dean Pitchford, with additional music by artists Billy Ray Cyrus, Bonnie Tyler, Kenny Loggins, and Deniece Williams. During the final performance, students will be evaluated on their personal performances, along with their readiness; being on time, with their props, and costumes. They are also evaluated as a theatre company, as a group of people

EMC entertainment - West Carleton Secondary School’s musical theatre class will cut loose in their musical production of Footloose from June 5 to 8. Directed by West Carleton teacher Adam Smith, the musical is the final product of a semester full of hard work. The musical centres on Ren McCormack, played by Tristan Barnes, a young high school student who moves from the freedom of the big city to the restrictions of the small town of Bomont. Ren helps the town overcome their fears and change their lives by reintroducing the act of dance, which was banned after a devastating tragedy. Barnes, who has experience in acting, has discovered new talents with his casting in this role. “I didn’t know I could sing before the course started, and apparently I can!” Some other characters include Ren’s new best friend Willard played by Tanis Peladeau, Ren’s love interest named Ariel, played by Linda Bedrani, and Ariel’s best friend Rusty played by Jialyn Knight. The characters range from bad boyfriends, to goofy, girly and fun, and to very dynamic. The cast is huge with a total of 28 people, plus the crew and band that add another 24 people. Despite its large size, the cast has grown close throughout the many rehearsals. “We’ve all gotten closer, and you can really see the progress that we’ve made,” said Knight. Rehearsals have been taking place since February, during the last two periods of the school day. “We get to dedicate the whole afternoon to something that we know is going to be fantastic.” The course is set up so the students have dance class for part of the afternoon, in which they learn the choreography done by West Carleton dance teacher Alison Hauch. “She’s crazy talented,” complimented director Smith. “There are some beyond amazing dances.” The dance classes have opened students up to a medium of art they never thought they would enjoy. “I never thought I would catch myself saying this, but I’m really into the dancing,” says Na-

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The musical theatre class presents Footloose on June 5, 6, 7 and 8 at West Carleton Secondary School. who are putting on a show, pulling it all together, and being supportive of each other. The musical theatre class is not your typical school course; that is what many students love about it. “It’s not a traditional classroom. You’re not stuck inside with books,” said Chris Hue, who plays Ariel’s bad boyfriend Chuck. For some, like Linda Bedrani, this course offers the opportunity to get a taste of a long time dream. “I’ve loved Broadway and musicals since I

was little, so to be in one is pretty sweet.” As they get ready for the opening night on June 5, Smith says it’s a matter of being prepared and trust. “You have to trust that everybody has their own world of responsibility, and that they can handle it,” he said. “It’s a great cast, a great show, it’s a lot fun, a lot of pop and flash; It’s all around a really strong show.” Tickets are avaiable at the door or, for West Carleton students, in the foyer of the school at lunch. Just $10 a ticket.

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Tristan Barnes plays the lead role of Ren McCormick in West Carletons 2013 production of Footloose.

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53 Hugh St. Arnprior

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Great starter or retirement stone & brick bungalow on lovely fenced landscaped lot. Needs some updating, some items done; gas furnace 2013, roof reshingled. Spacious living room with stone to ceiling gas fireplace.

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Breakfast in Dunrobin Calen McMillan is on top of the world in the emergency boat with firefighter Dylan Ledetter at the May 26 Dunrobin breakfast fundraiser. Kara and Laura Murray are sharing breakfast inside, while chief Chris Burke is hard at work flipping pancakes for the many hungry participants. Money raised goes to much needed non-essential equipment at the volunteer station on Dunrobin Road.

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Over 28 acres of nicely treed land with clearing for new house, trails throughout the bush. Located near the corner of Scheel Drive and Carmichael Side Road. Listed at $135,000 MLS# 868289 Call Monica Scopie

SUNDAY JUNE 9, 2-4 PM, 9 MELVILLE ROAD, ARNPRIOR 3 Bedrooms, 4 baths, huge rec room, fenced yard w/ deck & hot tub, 2 gas fireplaces. $389,900 MLS# 863538 Call Monica Scopie

SUNDAY JUNE 9, 2-4 PM, 10 MELVILLE ROAD, ARNPRIOR Almost 2000 sq ft of living space in this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home. Bungalow w/loft style home. $368,900 MLS# 869767 Call Monica Scopie

2-3:30P.M. SUNDAY JUNE 9TH 6 GARDNER STREET, ARNPRIOR Generous split level layout offers an abundance of living space for the growing family. Sauna, Steam Room,3 baths, 4 bedrooms, walkout lower level, Offered at $281,000 MLS# 851786 Your host Donna Defalco 613-623-2602 613-979-2601

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Scouts, Scouters and parents of all ages braved the cold nights and cool days with activities related to the theme of Explorers at Fitzroy Provincial Park in late May.

Over 1,000 local Scouts were explorers at Fitzroy Park

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EMC news - The Carleton Area Camporee was held on May 24-26 with the theme of Explorers. Scouts, Scouters and parents of all ages braved the cold nights and cool days with activities related to the theme. The Beavers Scouts (5-7yrs) and Cubs Scouts (8-10yrs) rotated through fun-filled games all morning and early afternoon. The Scouts (1113yrs) and Venturers (14-17yrs) were down at the waterfront doing their skill-based activities. In the case of the Venturer raft building activity, the planning, teamwork and knots were most important! Only the top raft could brave the high winds and the whitecaps! Late in the afternoon everyone had free time to relax, or continue playing games with their fellow scouts.

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Supper was largely put together with the help from parent volunteers with many sections having a small feast! The Scouts have a great tradition of inviting Scouts from different areas of the city to come and share desert. Fresh fruit skewers with just a “sprinkling” of sugar on the grill were but one of the tasty options available. The Saturday evening concluded with the traditional section campfire where skits, songs and a few too many “repeat after me songs” were provided for entertainment. Sunday began to warm up just in time for packing the tents, Scouts Own and the closing ceremonies. Awards were given out for the best campsites with their theme props and costumes. Everyone had a great time sharing in the spirit of Scouting.

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OPEN HOUSE 2-4 p.m. Sunday, June 9th 53 Hugh Street, Arnprior Great starter home on over sized lot in central location. Eat-in kitchen with access to large backyard deck and fenced yard, 2 bedrm, large bath features soaker tub, separate shower unit, sky light provides natural light to upstairs foyer / hallway. Front & back covered veranda.

3 bedroom starter home on large just under an acre lot. Former school house with maple floors, pine walls, good sized living room, 3 piece bath, large rear family room (30x19.6) presently not heated and has a bar area.

Great starter home on a corner lot in town has huge country kitchen/dining room, oak hardwood floors. Front covered verandah and enclosed carport.

MLS 865967, $169,500

MLS 867828, $154,000

MLS 868566, $175,000

Campanale homes is proud to offer executive townhomes, condo flats, terrace homes and condo apartments (with elevators) in the brand new Barrhaven community of Longfields Station. Perfect for first time buyers, families and those looking to downsize with all amenities just outside your door. Longfields Station is located adjacent to the new OC Transpo station on Longfields Drive. This is a very popular site so be sure to visit us soon to reserve your choice home.

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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 857130, $321,500

• 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. • STEWARTVILLE ROAD, MLS 810859, 700 FEET WATERFRONT, MADAWASKA RIVER, $240,000. • STEWARTVILLE ROAD, MLS 840969, WATERFRONT MADAWASKA RIVER 11.25 ACRES, $190,000. • MILL RIDGE MLS 867908 BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT $119,900.

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.

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 830235, $475,000

MLS 853627, $435,000

3+1 Hi-Ranch located in village of Kinburn, kitchen features oak cabinets, formal dining area with access to large 2 level backyard deck, large backyard for children & pets, large double drive way.

MLS 872935, $239,900

Commercial building in downtown Arnprior. This location was home to Chinese Restaurant for over 60 years, consists of restaurant dining room or retail space and large kitchen area, loading at grade. Large 3 bedrm apartment on 2nd level requires cosmetic updating.

MLS 853623, $249,900

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The end of an era was marked last Wednesday morning in Renfrew as the final run was completed on the presses that are being moved to Metroland East’s print headquarters in Smiths Falls. The West Carleton Review was the last paper to print. From left are Bernie Mahusky, Dennis Girard and Paul Green. After 36 years in the print business, Girard has accepted a position as operations manager at Thuroweb Press in Durham, part of Metroland South. Mahusky and Green were long-time pressmen at the Renfrew facility and are moving on from Metroland to explore other opportunities. RE/MAX METRO-CITY John Roberts Broker REALTY LTD., brokerage 613- 839-1308 or 613-832-0902 2255 Carling Avenue Ottawa, ON K2B 7Z5 www.johnwroberts.com

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NEW LISTING! 359 Fireside Drive, Constance Bay 4 bedrm Tudor style home on a 1 acre forest lot featuring sunken foyer, huge kitchen, 2 fireplaces, hardwd flrs, famrm, main flr laundry, 3 pce ensuite bath, 2 car garage, geothermal heat pump and septic redone! Enjoy forest trails and sand beach! Walk to corner store/restaurant! $349,900

NEW LISTING! 244 Baldwin Street, Constance Bay Well maintained 3 bedrm hiranch, 113’ x 172’ lot just one block from beach & forest trails in the heart of the Bay! Newer windows, doors, deck, septic, shingles, laminate flooring. Great home situated on a pretty and quiet street only 20 mins to Kanata! $259,900

NEW PRICE! 7 Pacer Place, Bridlewood Move in ready home on quiet court of single family homes! 3 bedrms, fireplace, some newer windows, newer natural gas furnace, renovated kitchen & main bathrm, 3 pce ensuite bath, 2 walk-in closets, finished rec room, central air, upgraded att, 34’ x 105’ lot! New shingles May 2013! $309,900

HOME SWEET HOME! 262 Fireside Drive, Constance Bay Wow! 4 bedrm home, gorgeous 1 acre lot complete with salt water pool & a detached garage/ shop & steps to forest trails, sand beach & community centre. Updated windows, flooring, kitchen, shingles, main flr laundry & famrm, ensuite, fireplace & finished basement. 20 minutes to Kanata. $409,900

SOLD! 64 Alston Street, White Lake Village Charming 2 bedroom home easy to manage with 2 car 30’ x 30’ detached garage, pretty eat-in country kitchen, main floor laundry, includes 5 appliances, 105’ x 210’ lot, updated siding and shingles. Only 1 hour from Ottawa! Walk to beach, corner store & neighbourhood restaurants! List price! $199,900

Lot 66 Bayview Dr., Constance Bay 70’ x 125’ $54,900 Lot 15 Woods Rd., Constance Bay 147’ x 108’ $59,900 Rock Forest Road, Dunrobin 2 acre building lot close to Ottawa River access & Eagle Creek Golf Course. $119,500 Greenland Road, Dunrobin 2 acre treed lot located between Eagle Creek and the Ottawa River. $124,900 Lots on Bandys Road, McNab 2.19 acre lot $59,900 and 2.88 acre lot $74,900 only 10 minutes west of Arnprior on dead end road.

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The May 23 Valley Concert Band performance at Emmanuel Anglican Church in Arnprior raised $725 for the Renfrew County Child Poverty Action Network. More than 130 people attended the event, enjoying both modern and classic tunes and even a polished trumpet solo during The Magic Trumpet by Gordon Tapp.

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DECEIVINGLY BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS 2+1 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS BUNGALOW IN ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD. LOVELY RIVER AND BACK YARD VIEW. INCLUDES ALL APPLIANCES, TWO FIREPLACES, LOTS OF PARKING. WELL CONSTRUCTED AND WELL MAINTAINED. CALL LIZ TO VIEW. 613-623-1053. MLS#872688. ASKING $224,900.

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26 GARY CRESCENT

CANNOT BE REPLACED FOR THIS PRICE! 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH BRICK BUNGALOW WITH INSIDE ENTRY TO OVERSIZE GARAGE. C/A, APPLIANCES, NEW GAS FURNACE, NEW ROOF, NEW MAIN FLOOR FAMILYROOM AND NUMEROUS IMPROVEMENTS. FOR FULL DETAILS CALL LIZ 613-623-1053. MLS#866857. ASKING $324,900.

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85 EDEY ST. UNIT 3D

AFFORDABLE 2 BEDROOM CONDO AT FRONT OF BUILDING OVERLOOKING NEIGHBORHOOD. EXTRA KITCHEN COUNTERSPACE AND CABINETS. INCLUDES APPLIANCES. FLEXIBLE CLOSING. SECURITY BUILDING. CALL LIZ TO VIEW 613-623-1053. MLS#867711. ASKING $129,900.

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2+ ACRES ESTATE IN ESTABLISHED SUBDIVISION. 4+1 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS, OVERSIZED DOUBLE GARAGE. LOVELY PRIVATE REAR YARD WITH DECKS AND ABOVE GROUND POOL. MANY UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS. WELL CONSTRUCTED AND MAINTAINED. FOR YOUR PRIVATE VIEWING, CALL LIZ 613-623-1053. MLS#863327. $364,900.

83 SHORT ROAD

TERRIFIC LOCATION FOR STARTERS, FAMILIES OR RETIREES. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, ATTACHED GARAGE, CENTRAL AIR, GAS FIREPLACE AND UPSPOILED LOWER LEVEL. OPEN DESIGN. IMMACULATE MOVE-IN CONDITION. AFFORDABLE LIVING. TO MAKE YOUR MOVE HERE, CALL LIZ 613-623-1053. MLS#867734. $229,900.

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National K-1 champion has Dunrobin roots Patricia Leboeuf pleboeuf@metroland.com

EMC news - Two and a half years ago if you had told Alex Parisien that she would become a national K-1 champion and would compete on the world stage, she would have laughed at you. She had left Dunrobin for a job in Peterborough a couple years ago and the 28-yearold started looking for an activity that was physically demanding and would appeal to her love of martial arts. She wanted to be tested and pushed to her limit. K-1, a sport which incorporates Kickboxing and Muay Thai, satisfied that need. As soon as she strapped on her gloves and stepped into the ring at the Hook Up Muay Thai Boxing gym, she was hooked. “Muay Thai is mainly focusing on fighting techniques,” she said. “You don’t have the patterns. You don’t have the theory. You don’t have belt levels and whatnot. You train and you are a fighter.” She progressed so quickly, using skills honed during her years of taekwondo that when she competed in the National Combative Sports Canada Tournament in Burlington, she took home the “big belt.” This allowed her the opportunity to try out for the national team. She went to a few training camps where the coaches assessed whether she had the talent and ability grow and compete on the world level. They liked what they saw and she became part of the team. Parisien is currently training to compete at the World Association of Kickboxing Organizations World championship in Brazil in September. “The people I���m on the team with are some of the most talented people in the country and

it’s pretty humbling to be considered at their level,” said Parisien. Just to represent Canada in anything is amazing, but to represent Canada doing something she is very passionate about is even better, she said. Parisien’s kicks are powerful and her overall physical strength gives her an edge over the competition. In each fight she first has to defeat herself. “In terms of fighting the biggest barrier is always yourself, in terms of your mind,” she said. “I don’t have a lot of physical barriers, but the mental barriers are always a big thing in such a sport where it’s you and somebody else in the ring.” She hasn’t gotten injured and trains six days a week to make sure that remains the case. “I go through a lot of strength and conditioning,” said the athlete. “We condition all the parts of our body and I know that me hitting somebody else I’m not going to hurt myself. Them hitting me, I have to confident in my training that I am strong enough and quick enough to block, move, counter faster and stronger then they can. “In the end you want to be able to hurt your opponent more than they can hurt you,” she added. Despite her impressive skill set, she still has much to learn and she readily admits she has room to grow and expand as an athlete. “I don’t think as an athlete you ever reach the top,” she said. “I guess maybe the 12 time Olympic gold champion can say they reached the top. But I have definitely not reached the top. I haven’t nearly gone as far as I want to go.” To achieve this growth, she trains hard at home and abroad. The young athlete left in April to visit Thailand with her gym. See Bruised, Page 32

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There she trained as much as her body could take, eat as much as she wanted and immersed herself fully in the Thai fighting culture. “It’s sort of like going to ground zero,” said Parisien. “It’s like going to Japan for karate or Korea for taekwondo. It’s where it evolved. It’s where it began. It’s where it will end. It’s where it will always be. “ She absorbed the differences between her version of the sport and the original. It gave her a new appreciation for the sport.

She hopes to return in 2014 and train for a month. She’s always looking for a new challenge, a new opponent, a new move to take on and depending on how the next six months or so go, she may consider becoming professional. Though the coaches and teammates have become her friends and family, she still finds support close to her childhood home. “My parent’s have only missed one of my fights,” said Parisien. “They are my biggest supporters. They are always there.”

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EMC lifestyle - If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been on an air plane, then you have probably flown through a cloud. But I bet you didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really experience it, you were in a plane. When I was in Capri I was physically gliding through a cloud. Not in a plane, but on a chairlift, one that went so high I was taken right through the cold foggy mist of a cloud. I have never experienced a place quite like Capri. It could have been the fact that it was the sunniest place we went to in Italy, and I was so thankful to finally be away from the rain and dark clouds from the northern parts, but Capri was one of my favourite places. An island 20 minutes by ferry boat away from Sorrento and the main land, Capri was its own little paradise, off the coast of a place that was already pretty fantastic. As I stepped off the ferry boat, slightly sea sick, I knew instantly that this was going to be a good day. The sun was shining, with a slight refreshing breeze, and the island was beautiful. The view of the mountains on the island was awe-inspiring, but the view from the top looking down was even better. Thankfully we got to experience it. We took a bus up to Anna Capri, the area at the very top of the island. Passing little shops and busy streets at the bottom, and then we were in for a whole lot of twists and turns and sharp corners that made you go slightly closer to the edge of the road then preferable. If you went off road, it was a pretty hefty drop back to the ground; definitely not the ideal way to go. Thankfully, the drivers were very experienced, cutting the turns expertly. At the top of the mountain, once again there were shops and many side streets with more shops and homes. It had a definite island feel, very calm, people walking leisurely and not nearly as busy as the bot-

tom. We got a bit of free time to walk around and explore the area close to the chair lift that we would take up to the very top of the mountain. We explored the shops, looking at shoes and jewellery, but most of all lemons. Capri is known for its amazing lemons, so of course there were lemon shops around every corner. They had lemon ceramic dishes, lemon cello, and lemon chocolate, everything you could ever want in lemon form. And more importantly they had samples. Going from shop to shop tasting the lemon chocolate and cello was the highlight of the day for some people. And the size of the lemons! Never would I have thought I would be impressed by a fruit, but there I was, amazed by just how huge the lemons were; and not just one, multiple. It definitely wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just a fluke. As impressive as the lemons were (and they were pretty impressive), I was more thrilled by the idea of going up to the top of the mountain. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d ridden a chair lift before, but it was always with skis and a mountain of snow under me, which I reasoned would break my fall, however unrealistic that may actually be. Riding a chair lift up the mountain, higher than I had ever gone before, solo, and with no snow waiting to theoretically break my fall, was scary. But once I got use to the chill of the wind, and the ice cold feeling in my toes, and of course the daunting height, it was fun. I have never experienced such an amazing view, looking out at the island, the Mediterranean Sea in the distance. It was an incredible moment that lasted for quite a while. It was a fairly long chairlift ride, and it grew progressively colder the higher we got. But the higher we got, the further into clouds we got, and though that was the reason for the cold, it was hard to care seeing as I was gliding

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RECOGNIZING OUR OUT OF THIS WORLD STAFF It takes a community to raise a child. And the staff of the Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa (CASO) is an integral part of this community for many children, youth and families.

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First prize winners include Ruth Kennedy for six-hand euchre; Linda Cassidy and Theresa Wilson for darts; Bernadette Day for cribbage; Earl Whyte for four-hand eurche; Gerry Leveque for five-pin bowling; Chris Dickinson, Laura Barr, Mervyn Tripp and Frank Latimer for carpet bowling; Donna and Glen Morley and Bob and Carol Clouthier tied for golf with Lorne and Leona Watters and Gerry and Ann Leveque; Bob Dupuis for the poker walk; George Laughlin and Elaine Patterson for shuffleboard; Mary Jane Strelbisky, Elaine Patterson and Linda Cassidy for lawn bowling; and Dave Rockburne for bridge.

This month we would like to recognize the CASO employees whose commitment and dedication has helped to shape the futures of countless children and youth in the region. To kick off this month-long event, CASO applauded many of its talented staff at a recognition ceremony. Participants celebrated careers that ranged from five to as many as thirty-five years. Every day the commitment of staff, both short and long term, play an important role in the lives of many children, youth and families of our community. CASO will be further marking these milestones by highlighting staff throughout the month of June. Join the celebration; follow us on twitter @ OttawaCas.

Second prize winners include Elsie Irwin for six-hand euchre; Mary Jane Strelbisky and Jim Wilson for darts; Dave Rockburne for cribbage; Mauno Backa for four-hand euchre; Anne Leveque for five-pin bowling; Dave Rockburne, Bev Graveline and Kin Dillane for carpet bowling; George Wilson and Bill Duncan, along with Rick Leban and Mauno Backa for golf; Barb Paul for the poker walk; Theresa Coady and Margaret Gibson for shuffleboard; Mauno Backa, Lorraine Wright and Jean McCarron for lawn bowling; and Joan Caldwell for bridge.

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Third prize winners include Leila Graham for six-hand euchre; Bernadette Day and Frances Gentile tied with Margaret Gibson and Marilyn Nixon for darts; Allan Braun for cribbage; Marlene Lavallee for five-pin bowling; Connie Reitsmas, Vivian Dickinson, and Emily Tripp for carpet bowling; Eleanor Thompson, Jim Wilson and Bob Dupuis tied with Heinke Broderson, Jean Reid, Mitch Connelly, and Barb Paul for golf; Theresa Wilson for Poker; Jim Bos and Mary Jane Strelbisky for shuffleboard; Bob Dupuis, Gale McMillan, and Karen Wilson for lawn bowling; Bill Duncan for bridge.

The annual Seniors Games, organized by the West Carleton Seniors Council, held its awards banquet on May 31. For the fourth year in a row for the senior Seniors Games participant is Elsie Irwin. She is awarded her trophy by Barbara Paul.

Barry Willbond’s band The Diplomats entertained the some 120 people at this year’s Seniors Games.

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EMC entertainment - Wood has played an important part in the history of the Ottawa Valley. For many years a number of people in this area have taken the wood from trees and bushes to fashion items for home and business use. In January of 1993, a small group of people in the area who had been like-minded hobbyists banded together to form the Valley Woodturners. Woodturning has existed from the time of the Egyptian pharaohs, the earliest recorded use of a two person machine to create different shapes out of wood. The modern day motor powered lathe allows a production company or hobbyist to create items in a much faster way. After 20 years, the Valley Woodturners have grown into a group of men and women numbering over 150 who take this hobby quite seriously and who create items both practical (e.g. bowls, platters, candlesticks, spurtles, etc.) and artistic. Some of the turners in this club are world renowned and their pieces are sought out by galleries and individuals in almost every country of the world.

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HUGE ONE DAY AUCTION!!! HWY. 417 at Vars Exit 88 OTTAWA, June 7TH, 7:30 AM. Construction Equipment, Excavators, Dozers, Loaders, Trucks, Attachments, Boats, Trailers, RV’s, ATV’s and MORE! www.aeroauctions.ca CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME 1-866-375-6109.

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Model Kits, books, knick knack shelves & more. Saturday June 8th 8-1pm 352 Pickford Drive, Kanata (off Hazeldean).

Beautiful 2 bedroom Terrace Home in Barrhaven MLS #871728 Located directly across from a city park. Close to OC transpo route, elementary school and a convenient walk to Metro and Goodlife Plaza. Occupancy Starting July 1st for a 1 year lease. $1300/per month. Please call Maxime Houron Sales representative KWVIP Realty. Office 613-829-1818 or Direct: 613-265-1983

FOR RENT 1 BDR Arnprior, quiet secure, non-smoking pet free building. A must see. $800. many extras. References. 613-296-4521 2 bedroom condo. 2 levels, 4 appliances, gas fireplace, $1050/month plus heat & hydro. No pets, Call evenings after 7pm. 613257-5198 2 Bedroom spectacular waterfront modern property parking, docking. Big Rideau, Portland. Furnished or not. July 31. 613-8127653. 3 Bedroom, semi-detached located downtown Carp, available July 1st. $875/ month. Heat and hydro extra. First, last, references required. 613-839-8733 Ext:300 (Paul)

Beaverbrook Basement Apt. Good size, suitable for quiet, clean, non smoking tenant. $825/month, heat & hydro included. 613-271-7379 Carleton Place 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house. 5 appliances, utilities extra. Available July. $1400, 1st and last mth required. 613253-3548 evenings. Carleton Place 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house with carport, yard and garden. 5 appliances, utilities extra. Available July. $1400, First and last mth required. Pets Almonte- Newly renovated welcome. 613-253-3548 2 bedroom apartment, hard- evenings. wood floor, oak kitchen, gas fireplace, 5 appliances. Call 613-256-3152.

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Stittsville, 3 bedroom basement apt available immediately. Includes all utilities, laundry, parking. Mintues to bus stop and shopping. Phone 613-831-8832.

Pakenham, 2 bedroom apartment, fridge, stove, treated water, parking, $750+hydro. Available immediately, 613-297-4888

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White Lake. Log house on 5 acres, 2200 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, sunroom, wood heat with electric backup, garage parking for 1 vehicle. $1100.00 plus utilities. Available August 1, 2013. Contact: Joanne 613-2565180.

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Cedar (white), quality lumber, most sizes, decking, T&G, channel rustic. Also huge bundles of cedar slabs ($45) and large bags of shavings ($35). www.scoutenwhitecedar.ca (613)283-3629.

Chair, couches, ottoman, TV stand, end & coffee tables, shelving units, electric fireplace, dryer, TV’s, ceiling light-fan, Bestway pump, commercial coffee grinder and many more items. Best offers. Call 613-624-5277.

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Disability Products. Buy and Sell stair lifts, scooters, bath lifts, patient lifts, hospital beds, etc. Call Silver Cross Ottawa (613)231-3549.

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Antiques for sale, visit our barn full of antiques. 3654 Hwy 29 North at Cedar Hill Road, Pakenham. Info: 613-794-5634 or 613-2568937.

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Cedar Hedges 6 ft. high. Free Delivery with full truck load. Freshly dug. Greely Area, $6.25/ tree. Gerry 613-821-3676

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Maintenance Supervisor Scapa North America, a leading manufacturer of bonding and adhesive components is seeking a Maintenance Supervisor for its Renfrew Operations. Located in the heart of the beautiful Ottawa Valley, Renfrew is conveniently located 50 minutes west of Ottawa. The Maintenance Supervisor will manage and schedule internal Millwrights and external contractors as they perform service functions within established timing, quality standards and cost expectations. This position has a great emphasis on predictive and preventative maintenance, as well as production line support. The successful candidate will require a trade certification in a relevant trade, plus eight or more years of experience. This position also requires highly skilled work such as precision machining, tool and die production, complex assembly and testing. Subordinates may include more than one distinct craft. The supervisor must posses a high level of technical knowledge to assist subordinates in troubleshooting and problem resolution. Scapa North America offers a competitive compensation and benefits package. Please submit your resume to: renfrewhr@scapa.com No telephone inquiries pleas - we thank you for your interest but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Although we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted. Renfrew Victoria Hospital is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace wellness; a recent criminal record check is a requirement for employment. Visit our webpage at www.renfrewhosp.com to learn more about RVH

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LAUGHLIN FAMILY REUNION (1833- 2013) Saturday June 14, 2013 Kinburn Community Centre Doors open at 11:30 am Lunch at 12:30 pm

OďŹ&#x192;ce building and workshop/garage complex located in the heart of Lanark Highlands Township along Hwy #511 approximately 3 km north of Lanark Village. 4,825 sq. . oďŹ&#x192;ce building (2,835 sq. . above grade and 1,990 sq. . below grade) with 4,400 sq. . â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5 bay workshop on 5.54 acres. Access to the Clyde River. Zoning: Rural.

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20/20 Property Management provides full service property management to Ottawa and its regions. We service condominiums, single family homes, and multi family buildings. We provide reliable, affordable and knowledgeable property management solutions. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Your vision is Our visionâ&#x20AC;? For more information visit our website at www.2020pm.ca, or contact us: 613-435-5626

$229,000, 3 bedroom, 5 year old bungalow, leased at $1,500/month net. 613-2171862. Mortgage financing available through Opulent Lic#12348. $289,000, Large retirement bungalow, (loaded), large lot. 613-217-1862 Butterworth Modular Homes. Financing available through Opulent Mortgages Lic#12348.

$209,000, 4 bedroom, semi detached brand new leased at $1,400/month 613-2171862. Mortgage financing available through Opulent Lic#12348.

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TRAILERS / RVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S White Cedars Tourist Park Water Front Cottages Very Quiet and Relaxing Sandy Beach, Boat Launch, Docks Great Swimming and Fishing New Play Structure www.whitecedars.ca 613-649-2255

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Calling all volunteers! Canada Day in Kanata is now accepting applications for event support volunteers. From students looking for volunteer hours to seniors looking to get involved we have something for everyone! Anyone interested in helping out with a great community event should contact CanadaDayinKanata@themcdonalds.net for more information.

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Dog Sitting- Experienced retired breeder providing lots of TLC. My home. Smaller dogs only. References available. $17$20 daily Marg 613-7211530 www. lovingcaredogsitting.com

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For further informaon, form of oďŹ&#x20AC;er and informaon package or to schedule inspecon of the property contact: Paul Lehman, P.Eng. General Manager Mississippi Valley Conservaon Authority 4175 Highway 511, Lanark, Ontario Phone: (613) 259-2421 e-mail: plehman@mvc.on.ca

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2006 Ford F250 rust free Texas Diesel. RWD Ext. cab, 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122;box, 5thwh. towing package, upgraded coolers. Certified, e-tested, emerald green, $10,000 613-264Quiet Adult Campground. 9554 All services, near Merrickville, Ontario. Rideau River, Assortment of used tires, Petangue, tennis, fishing, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.5. telephone. $1,200 per sea- Summers, all-season and snows. Also used car parts. son. 613-269-4664. Gord 613-257-2498. Summer at the Lake/Spring Fishing. From $300/week, free kids program. Let us host fishing derby for $1,295, 50+ people www. christielakecottages.com 613-267-3470.

3 Bedroom Cottage on White Lake. Complete privacy on Private Peninsula. Available week on July 28, week of August 11. 613-623-7513

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WORK WANTED Certified Mason. 12 years experience. Chimney repair, restoration, parging, repointing. Brick, block and stone. Small/big job specialist. Free estimates. 613250-0290. Send A Load to the dump, cheap. Clean up clutter, garage sale leftovers or leaf and yard waste. 613-2564613.

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Canadian diamond Solitaire Ring Antiques, Collectibles, Household Furnishings to be held June 8 @ 9 a.m. Hands Auction Hall, 5501 County Rd 15, R R # 2, Brockville, ON 1.15 Glacier Fire Canadian diamond solitaire ring (1.15 ct, 14kt white gold), Original paintings, Royal Doulton figurines, Conn apartment size piano, large assortment of quality household furnishings, glassware, etc. Please visit www.handsauction.com to view full listing, catalogue and pictures. Click Online Bidding button to register and advance bid. Absentee advance bidding opens Friday, May 31 @ 9 a.m. and closes Friday, June 7 @ 12 noon. The choice is yours; bid online or as always we are pleased to see you attend the live auction. 5501 County Road 15, RR #2, Brockville, ON K6V 5T2 Phone: (613) 926-2919 E-mail: auction@handsauction.com www.handsauction.com

REAL ESTATE ANTIQUE & HOUSEHOLD AUCTION for Lindsay McDonell to be held on site From Perth take Hwy 7 West to #18162 (signs) on Saturday, June 8, 2013 @ 10 am Property to be auctioned @ 11 am

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~ Selling 2 Properties as 1 ~ ~ Perfect Family Year-Round Home or Retreat ~ Property 1 - Great environment for relaxation & simple pleasures. Snuggled along the Clyde River, giving you recreational privileges to numerous lakes plus access to the K&P trail/Crown land. Providing all of the comforts of home in this 3 bedroom, 4 pce bath, oversized oak kitchen with separate dining/games area. Additional dining & TV rooms. Wrap-around screened in porch. Solid, usable, framed barn. 100 amp service on breakers. 6 yr old F/A oil furnace. Inside/outside cellar access. Recent renos incl. new windows (all but 4) & roof. On well & septic. Surveyed irregular lot size w/ 107â&#x20AC;&#x2122; frontage (+/-). Taxes $1600.00 (+/-). Property 2 - Surveyed vacant land irregular lot size w/ 146â&#x20AC;&#x2122; frontage (+/-). Taxes $240.00 (+/-). Please note, auctioning 2 properties as 1. For private viewing, terms & conditions, please call our office at 613-267-6027. CL426394_0606

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~ Minutes from Perth ~ Lovely red brick bungalow is located on mature lot on Hwy 7 just outside of Perth. Property has a paved driveway leading to single car, vinyl sided garage with lean to attached for added storage. Spacious back yard has a 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x30â&#x20AC;&#x2122;+/- steel roofed & sided outbuilding. This handyman special has a galley kitchen, open dining & family room, a 4 piece bath & 3 bedrooms. Basement houses a 200 amp service on fuses, washer/dryer hook up, cold storage room, work room, natural gas furnace & rented hot water tank w/ backup box wood stove. On well & septic. Taxes: $1,781.77+/-. Lot size: 170â&#x20AC;&#x2122;+/- frontage by 250â&#x20AC;&#x2122;+/- deep. For private viewing, terms & conditions, please call our office at 613-267-6027. Terms on chattels: Cash, Cheque, Debit, Visa, M/C Catering

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GRAHAM Mabel left us quietly, her thoughts unknown, but she left us a memory we are proud to own. To our relatives and friends perhaps you sent a thoughtful card, perhaps you sent some lovely flowers, if so we saw them, perhaps you spoke the kindest words that any friends could say, perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. Our sincere thanks to each of you. A special thanks to the West Carleton Family Health Care Team, The Queensway Carleton Hospital, Rev Kathryn Otley and the Staff of Tubmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Home and anyone else we may have missed. Barbara, Gail, Darryl, Greta, Sandra and their families

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The family of the Late Thelma Machan would like to thank all the friends and family who expressed sympathy and support over the last few weeks. Many thanks to St. Markâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ACW, Eldon Smith and his team at Boyceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funeral Home, Rev. Peggy Kuzmicz and the Nursing Staff of Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital. For all those who gave donations, brought food, sent flowers and cards, your thoughts and prayers are much appreciated. Thank you, Dave Machan and Family

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1489 Shea Road, (corner of Abbott) Stittsville, Ontario K2S 0G8

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St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s South March 325 Sandhill Road, Kanata Sunday Services 9:00 am & 10:30 am Sunday School 10:30 am

Pastor Shaun Seaman Minister of Discipleship & Youth: Pastor Shaun Meghan BrownSeaman Saavedra Please join us at 110 McCurdy Drive, 836-1429, www.trinitykanata.ca

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Once given a chance dandelions had a place at the table EMC lifestyle – “Woman, we have been eatin’ those on this here farm for a hundred years,” Father said to Mother. I could see Mother wasn’t impressed. “They’re weeds, Albert,” she said. “Plain and simple weeds. I never heard of anyone eating weeds!” We were at the breakfast table. And we five children were looking at Mother and Father as if we were watching someone in a tennis match. I didn’t think Father was going to win this one! The subject under discussion was dandelions. They covered what we called a lawn, but was really just our front yard, since we didn’t own a lawn mower, but when the grass got too high, one of the brothers tackled it with a scythe. It was hard to tell what was grass and what was dandelions. On the way to school that morning, I asked my much older and wiser sister Audrey if she ever heard of anyone eating dandelions. She said she had. Once at her friend Iva’s house. She couldn’t remember what they tasted like. Now, it wasn’t unusual for Father to whip up a German meal. In fact, we all enjoyed what he cooked ... all except fried blood pudding, which I even had trouble looking at when it came to the table. When he fried sauerkraut, it never tasted at all like the batch Mother would make. Father would rinse it many times, put it in a fry pan with butter and chopped onions, and it wasn’t ready to eat until it had turned a golden brown. His German potato pancakes were usually made on a Sunday night. The potatoes were shredded, rinsed, squeezed dry, and then mixed with eggs and, of course, chopped onions. We kept him busy at the Findlay Oval turning out his pancakes, barely giving him time to eat them himself, we loved them so much. Of course, they were well lathered with butter and maple syrup too. And now it was dandelions. Well, I was with Mother on this one! I had no desire to eat weeds that were pulled out of the front yard where goodness knows what animal had trampled all over them.

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No siree. That Saturday morning Father ordered the boys to meet him in the yard with their jack-knives. He was carrying a milk pail and got down on his knees right in the middle of the yard, and showed the brothers how to dig up a dandelion, right down to, and including the root. It didn’t take long to fill the milk pail. He hauled the pail over to the cement step at the pump and filled it with water. He sloshed the dandelions around with his arm in the pail up to his elbow, dumped the water out, and repeated the performance. Mother was standing at the kitchen door with her farms folded across her chest, as if defying Father to bring the weeds into the house. Well, that’s exactly what he intended on doing. He laid out a spanking clean tea towel on the bake table, and shook what water he could off the dandelions and laid them out flat, cutting off the long roots. Then he folded the towel over the pile of weeds and patted it with his flattened hand. What amazed me, was that all the time this was going on, there wasn’t a word spoken between Mother and Father. It was as if they hadn’t laid eyes on each in their entire lives. Father took down a big pot from the shelf over the stove and piled in the dandelions. He poured in a scant dipper of water, sprinkled in a handful of salt, and slid the pot to the front of the Findlay Oval.

Then he went over to his rocking chair, lit his pipe, crossed his legs, and waited. The table had already been set for dinner ... we always had dinner at noon hour ... supper was what we had at night, and Mother had roast pork and potatoes in the oven. And it looked very much like we had a choice ... either eat the dandelions as a vegetable, or settle for sliced tomatoes and cucumbers. Father was certainly in charge of the big pot, already boiling gently on the stove. Mother was having nothing to do with it. He tested the innards with a fork, and when they were done to his liking, he poured the dandelions into the sieve, pressed them down with the wood spoon, and plopped them into a big bowl. He took the wood spoon, dug it into the butter dish, almost emptying it, and swirled it into the dandelions. He set the bowl in the middle of the table, and we all looked at it, no one daring to be the first one to dig in. Emerson, the most daring of the lot of us, took his fork, and tested one boiled leaf. I never took my eyes off him. He rolled it around in his mouth, and reached out for the bowl, ladling a heaping pile on his plate. “Just as good as your potato pancakes,” he said. Well, it didn’t take long for the rest of us to take a small bite, which led to us piling the dandelions on our plates and even Mother dared to taste a fork full. It didn’t take long for Mother to admit that the dandelions had a place on our dinner table. She did demand to oversee the washing of every last leaf, however. From that Saturday, like Father’s potato pancakes and fried sauerkraut, his boiled dandelions often found their way to our plates. She did, however, draw the line on eating the fried roots. Father said she didn’t know what she was missing. “I’ll take that chance,” Mother replied.

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NEWS Country meets city during Food Aid Day

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Before heading to the office, Tanya Claus takes the time to pet one of the cows penned on the front lawn of city hall.

Your time is valuable. Spend it wisely.

Delicious treats, delightful farm animals and agricultural discoveries could be found at City Hall during Mayor’s Rural Expo held in conjunction with Food Aid Day on May 31. Amongst the information booths, food samples, exhibits and the celebrity milking contest, attendees enjoyed a pancake breakfast and BBQ. The proceeds of which were donated to the Ottawa Food Bank’s Food Aid program. Local beef is purchased with the funds and distributed to those in need. Kristian Rochon, of Rochon Gardens, shows off a full box of locally ground produce. It is an example of what his customers receive every week when they sign up with his farm.

You’re invited to an exclusive TD Waterhouse Private Investment Advice event. A night with Kevin O’Leary Monday, June 17, 2013 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM

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Food Aid Day was held during the Rural Expo to collect funds for its many programs. Paul Caldwell, Wyatt McWilliams and Joyce Trafford of the Carp Agricultural Society present a cheque for $8,000 to the Ottawa Food Bank. The money was raised last year during the Concert 4 Carp as well during the Twoonies for Farmers event.

The Food Aid BBQ, ran by The Works, raised money for the organization. Chris Doepner, and the other cooks, is kept busy under the piping hot sun, making burgers for a crowd of ravenous people.

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History enthusiasts were given a glimpse into Watson’s Mill past. Isabelle Geoffrion and Scott Cameron are more than happy to facilitate the imagination with their period costumes. All sorts of vendors set up shop inside City Hall during the Rural Expo. Amongst the more traditional chicken and beef, Bearbrook Farms sell emu, rabbit, kangaroo and other exotic meats. Jim Simpson and Norma Armstrong of Bearbrook Farms hand out samples of some of their meat. Clarmell Farms brought a pen full of tiny little goats at the Mayor’s Rural Expo on May 31. Their cuteness proved to be irresistible to young and old alike. Eight year old Michaela Vandergragt cuddles a snowy white baby goat.

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Diefenbunker Director Henriette Riegel, Doug Beaton, Ted Robinson, Mayor Jim Watson, and Ron Jack help to unveil the Diefenbunker banner as one of the new community museum historical pillars at city hall.

EMC news – Two West Carleton museums now have a huge presence at Ottawa city hall. They are two of 10 banners promoting the 10 community museums in the city of Ottawa which were unveiled at a ceremony at Ottawa city hall on Thursday, May 16. The 10 museums are Pinhey’s Point Historic Site, the Diefenbunker Cold War Museum, the Goulbourn Museum, Nepean Museum, Bytown Museum, Osgoode Museum, Watson’s Mill, the Billings National Historic Site, Cumberland Heritage Village Museum and Vanier Museopark. The banners are hanging on both sides of the five massive granite pillars that are about 12 feet wide and 20 feet tall that are located in the heart of city hall, right in the centre of the central foyer area. Each banner covers about threequarters of the side of each pillar. There is also a container below each banner which holds promotional information about the museum publicized on the banner above. There will be quite a few eyes possibly viewing these banners which are meant to be on permanent display on these pillars. That’s because 10,000 people visit city hall each day. This was pointed out by City of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson in his remarks at the ceremony launching the banners. The mayor told how he was walking by the city hall foyer pillars once day and noticing their blank appearance, he wanted to enhance their use. He recounted how it has been an objective to try to make city hall more of a people place, citing the examples of the Rink of Dreams, the relocation of the city’s Sports Hall of Fame from Scotiabank Place, the Barbara Ann Scott figure skating exhibit, the Key to the City display, the Order of Ottawa space and the presence of an art gallery as ways that this is being accomplished. And now these new banners, making city hall “a living museum” celebrating the success and activities of Ottawa’s community museums, is another aspect of this, a natural extension of the initiative, to quote the mayor. The mayor noted that the

local community museums are terrific but without the promotion budgets of the national museums located in Ottawa, their presence is sometimes forgotten. These banners hanging at Ottawa city hall will give some great exposure and advertisement for the city’s community museums and their special events, the mayor said. Calling them “beautiful banners,” mayor Watson said that the city is fortunate to have such great local museums located in all parts of the city. He said that there is a need for more people to visit them and said that this banner program at city hall will give people a glimpse of what these museums are offering. He said that with the once-in-a-generation opportunity coming up regarding Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017, he said that there is a need to let visitors to the city know that there is more to Ottawa than just the downtown museums and national institutions. The ceremony, which saw the launch of these giant museum banners at Ottawa city hall, also marked the announcement of an “Inquiring Minds” initiative in which schools will be able to spend a full week at a local community museum, getting hands-on experience in these historical environments. Such a program has been popular in Calgary and the Ottawa Museum Network is now initiating a similar program in the city of Ottawa. This “Inquiring Minds” program will be rolled out this coming September, with classes from grades two through eight eligible to participate. Although the total cost of each week of the program at a community museum is $3,000, given the bussing and other costs involved, the cost for a participating school will be only $250. The “Inquiring Minds” program will be developed to tie in with classroom curriculum and to offer an opportunity for students to pursue the critical inquiry learning that is a goal in today’s education. The Ottawa Museum Network was founded in 2007 as a result of the city of Ottawa’s Museum Sustainability Plan. It works to raise awareness of the 10 community museums in the city of Ottawa, focusing on local heritage.

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Joanna Brown, shown here at the world triathlon series in Japan, finished fifth in the World Cup race in Mexico. Competing in just her third World Cup race, and second year as a senior athlete, the determined Brown has enjoyed a steady climb towards racing as an elite. me to the start line calm and prepared.â&#x20AC;? Brazilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pamela Oliveira took the race into her own hands once the gun sounded for the ocean water beach start. Oliveira led out of the water and battled to pull away from the pack all day to clock a winning time of 2:16:10. Austriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lisa Perterer was the next best woman in

second spot at 2:16:48, while Yuliya Yelistratova, of the Ukraine, hung on for the bronze medal with a time of 2:16:57. Dominika Jamnicky, of Port Hope, Ont., was the only other Canadian woman on the start line, and finished 13th at 2:28:50. Competing in just her third World Cup

race, and second year as a senior athlete, the determined Brown has enjoyed a steady climb towards racing as an elite. After winning the bronze medal at the Junior World Championships, Brown also celebrated a bronze medal at the Under-23 World Championships one year ago. The rising star in the sport ran to the international podium four times, including her first victory, during her rookie season as an elite athlete last year while competing in development level Pan American Cup races. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am slowly working my way up there, but I know it will be a constant climb that requires me to be patient, and learn from my mistakes and successes while trying to keep the whole picture in mind,â&#x20AC;? added Brown. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I learn more about elite racing with every competition, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not as intimidated. I belong on the start line with these women.â&#x20AC;? Meanwhile, some of the top male triathletes cranked up the Mexican heat for an Olympic distance race of their own. Ranked number one heading into the event, Andrew Yorke, of Caledon, Ont., was the top Canadian male on the day in 12th spot after stopping the clock at 2:06:21. Alexander Hinton, of Kingston, Ont., placed 16th at 2:08:19. Russiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Artem Parienko put down a monster run to win his first World Cup race with a time of 2:03:12. Argentinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Luciano Taccone clocked-in at 2:03:24 for the silver medal, while Mexicoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Irving Perez won the race for the bronze medal with a time of 2:03:44. Three other Canadians also suited up. Taylor Reid, of Hamilton, Ont., finished 20th (2:10:10), while Calgaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s John Rasmussen finished 24th (2:13:43). Tyler Bredschneider did not finish.

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EMC â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the opportunity of a lifetime for 16-year-old Arnprior District High School student Kris Twardek. Back in November after recovering from a broken ankle, Twardek, who lives in Kinburn, auditioned for a spot in Englandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Youth Millwall Football Club, based in London. The judges were quite impressed with Krisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; considerable soccer talent. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nerve-racking,â&#x20AC;? said Twardek during an interview. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But being in a professional environment brings out the best in you.â&#x20AC;? Twardek was always a fan of soccer, following the footsteps of his brother, Will. Kris was influenced by his older brother in his progression in the game in which he has become so accomplished. He started playing soccer with the West Carleton Soccer Club, He then joined the Ottawa South United Team when he was 9 years old. Twardek joined a roster of about 18 players. He says 6 or 7 of his teammates have remained a part of the team since he joined. Coaches Paul Harris and Russell Shaw and his teammates are proud of Twardekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s achievement. The Millwall Youth Team has players 16-18 years of age, and Twardek will be playing with them for at least two years. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be leaving for London in June after he finishes his Grade 10 year at ADHS. The schooling in London will be different for Twardek. The team members will be going to school together. However, because of their focus on soccer, they will be attending school only once a week.

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EMC sports - Ottawa Fury FC proudly announced the appointment Marc Dos Santos as the North American Soccer League (NASL) clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first head coach. Dos Santos, who is currently coaching with Desportivo in Brazil, was introduced via a video conference call from Sao Paolo, Brazil. The 36 year old will join Fury FC on July 1. Per club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m very proud and honoured to lead Ottawa Fury FC in its first NASL season,â&#x20AC;? said the newly appointed Dos Santos. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I hope this is only the beginning of a great story of success. The city will embrace this team, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure!â&#x20AC;? Born in Montreal, Dos Santos is best known for leading the Montreal Impact to the United Soccer Leagues (USL) First Division title in his first year at the helm. Dos Santos joins Fury FC after spending the last two years coaching in Brazil. After coaching the U20 team of FC Primeira Camisa in the 2012 Copa Sao Paolo, the Montreal native was invited to join SE Palmeiras, one of the most successful clubs in Brazilian football, where he coached the U15 team to their first ever Brazilian Championship (2012). â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are thrilled to have Marc joining our club as our first head coach,â&#x20AC;? said Fury FC President, John Pugh. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He has experienced tremendous success wherever he has coached. In particular, with the Impact and most recently in Brazil. He is widely respected for his coach-

ing abilities, possesses all the qualities we were looking for in a head coach and shares our holistic club philosophyâ&#x20AC;?. In five years with the Impact, Dos Santos led the Impact Reserves (Trois-Rivière Attak) to the Open Canada Cup Championship in 2007 and the Canadian Soccer League regular season championship in 2008. Appointed as Assistant Coach to John Limniatis in 2008, he helped the Impact win the Nutrilite (now Amway) Canadian Championship and reach the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions League. Dos Santos was appointed interim head coach in May 2009 and later that season saw the interim tag removed as he led the Impact to the USL Championship. In 2010, the Impact reached the semifinals in USSF Division 2 (now NASL). Dos Santos would resign in June 2011 during the Impacts final season in the NASL before they made the jump to Major League Soccer. Dos Santos returns to the NASL where he was one of the original eight coaches in 2011 with the Montreal Impact. Dos Santos holds a UEFA â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; License and has had internships in Brazil with Luiz Felipe Scolari at SE Palmeiras, in England with Chelsea FC and at Portuguese clubs FC Porto, Boavista FC and SC Beira Mar. The Canadian-born Dos Santos holds both Canadian and Portuguese citizenship and is fluent in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.


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EMC news - Liam’s Army, a group who love and support Liam McKnight, participated in various events over the course of the Ottawa Race Weekend. They raised funds and created awareness to help find treatment options for the local resident and other kids like him with Dravet Syndrome. McKnight is a sweet 5-year-old boy who lives with his amazing family (parents Dave and Mandy Mcknight, sisters Ava and Maya) in Constance Bay who is fighting a battle with Dravet Syndrome, a rare form of intractable epilepsy that begins in infancy. Those who are aware of Liam’s journey know that current treatments are failing Liam and new treatments are a necessity to his quality of life and well-being. Liam, and so many other children like him need help now more than ever. Liam’s Army has raised close to $4,000 and much needed awareness for Dravet Syndrome Research.

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Liz Sterling will entertain in a concert hosted by the Galilee Centre and Main Street School of Music June 13.

Galilee Centre to host local country singer June 13 EMC entertainment - Galilee Centre is teaming up with Arnprior’s Main Street School of Music to host talented local musician Liz Sterling in a concert Thursday, June 13. Sterling will perform a 7 p.m. house concert in the historic retreat centre of Galilee, with her beautiful custom-made guitar and sensitive mature voice, complemented with some amplification and a modest sound system. This is the second in a series of concerts at Galilee featuring area talent, and once again, the John Street music school is involved. In November 2012, Jeanika Benoit and Sarah Lyn Kidney, young singers and students of the Main Street School, performed at a highly successful evening concert at Galilee. This time, Sterling, also a Main Street School student, is being highlighted and an enjoyable evening of music and hospitality is sure to please many. All are welcome. HOSPITABLE HAVEN

The live concert combines the opportunity for a local artist to be heard and appreciated, along with the chance to visit Galilee, and support its continuation as a hospitable haven for retreats, gatherings, recreation and community action. Sterling has been performing for the public for over four years, and has taken the stage at Irene’s Pub in the Glebe in Ottawa, the Crazy Horse at the Centrum Plaza in Kanata, and Neat Café in Burnstown, as well as being featured on the Kitchen Show of Valley Heritage Radio.

She has also used her talents to support the Children’s Hospital at an annual CHEO benefit event, and performed at the Arnprior Farmer’s Market as well as the local Canada Day event with Main Street’s a cappella group SING. For her Galilee concert, Sterling is planning to share both guitar and voice selections, along with several a cappella numbers. DADDY SONGS

“I’m looking forward to presenting not only classic and contemporary country songs, but also adding touches of folk and gospel,” said Sterling. “Since it’s close to Father’s Day, I’ll feature a few good ‘daddy songs’ too. It will be an enjoyable, friendly evening event for dads and their families, and I’m happy to share my music with old and new friends in this great setting.” Sterling is also a songwriter in her own right, and you are likely to be pleasantly surprised by hearing a few songs of her own creation. As well, after the concert, Galilee volunteers will provide refreshments and you will have the chance to chat with Sterling and socialize with other concert-goers. Advance tickets - $10 for adults, $5 for children under 12 - are available in Arnprior at Main Street School of Music and the Galilee Centre (613-623-4242, ext. 21). You may also pay at the door on the evening of June 13. “So, come on out, perhaps with dad or your favourite father figure, appreciate and enjoy.”






  

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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to see the Wizard EMC entertainment - Dorothy and Toto embark on their magical journey down the Yellow Brick Road this weekend in The Wizard of Oz from Two Rivers Musical Productions. Carpâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own Clicker plays Toto and the playâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s director Ron Gardner is from Dunrobin. All performances are held at the Arnprior District High School. Performances are today (Thursday, June 6) at 7 p.m., Friday, June 7 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, June 8 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for children and students. There are only a few tickets left, so order online at www.tworiversmusicals.ca or pick up tickets at the Arnprior Book Shop SUE KOCH/SUBMITTED at 152 John St. The Wicked Witch (Karen Crozier) threatens Dorothy (Mallory Brumm). The Wizard of Oz Tickets can also be purchased at the runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening and Saturday afternoon at Arnprior District door, based on availability. High School.

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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 The community calendar is a free public service for non-profit groups. Notices appear as space permits. Please submit your information at least two weeks prior to the event and include a daytime contact name and phone number for us to reach you for clarification.

ANTRIM June 8

St John’s Anglican Church in Antrim is having a yard/bake sale and barbecue on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Located at the little white church in Antrim at the corner of old Hwy. 17 and Kinburn Side Road.

Centennial are washing vehicles as a final fundraiser to support their grad activities. They will be at the Carp Fire Station from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $5 minimum donation.

June 11

On Tuesday the West Carleton Garden Club meeting is theSpring Flower Show and Social; First Annual Photography Contest, at Carp Memorial Hall, 3739 Carp Rd. 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. $5 for non-members See ttps://sites.google. com/site/westcarletongardenclub/Home

June 15

Rock the Arts presents Pirate Treasure at the Carp library on Saturday from 1:30-2:30 p.m.

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The Friends of the Ottawa Public Library in Carp are celebrating the fifth birthday of the Carp Book Corner. Donate a gently used book in exchange for a birthday cupcake. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Carp Farmers’ Market. The Grade 8’s at Huntley

July 3

At the Carp library is “Creating concrete mushrooms for an outdoor display” at the branch. Ages 6-12. Wednesday from 2 to 3 p.m.

July 30

Drop into the Carp library for

storytelling with Tante Caroline. Ages 4-8, on Tuesday, from 2 to 2:50 p.m.

Aug. 17

ARTstravaganza is Saturday, at the Carp Fairgrounds in the big field, 3790 Carp Rd. For more information contact Lis Allison, 613.832.2156 or lis@pine-ridge.ca or visit westcarletonartssociety.ca where you’ll find more details

Aug. 21

Rag and Bone Puppet Theatre presents Felicity Falls at the Carp library on Wednesday from 10:30-11:25 a.m.

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Bay Days starts with a euchre tournament at 7 p.m. on June 7 at the community centre. The next morning will begin with a breakfast, followed by a softball tournament and barbecue, and ending with a casino night. The weekend will also host a fishing derby. For youngsters, there will be free haircuts, face painting, games, hand prints and a magic show. Sunday June 8 will start with a special Father’s Day breakfast, followed by a dog show later in the day.

June 8

At the Constance Bay library, 262 Len Purcell Dr., is World of Wonders: Discover magic from around the world with Majinx. Saturday, 1:30-2:30 p.m.

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Firefighters host the annual open house at Station 63 on Saturday. The event promises to be popular with prizes including an Ottawa Senators jersey signed by the entire team, a kayak and more.

June 22

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Rag and Bone Puppet Theatre presents Felicity Falls at the

At the library is Recycled Rock with Junkyard Symphony, Saturday from 1:302:30 p.m.

July 13

Cowguy: Comedy, juggling, plate-spinning, magic and acrobatics at the Bay library, Saturday, from 1:30-2:15 p.m.

July 12-14

The tradition continues with Bay Days July 12-14, beginning with a Seniors’ Boat Ride July 12. Saturday features a fish derby, walkride bike-a-thon, poker run, and a kids’ activity centre with the Cow Guy juggler. Saturday evening the community centre will jump to the lively music of Salsa Night, featuring the Latin Breeze Band and the Venezuelan Folklore Dance Group “Churun Meru”. A special dinner themed to the occasion will also be served. Sunday, July 14 will be Beach Day with activities taking place on the Point beach.

July 27

Duffers will be out in droves to compete in the annual Bay Days Golf Tournament. Tee off will be at noon at the Copperdale Golf Club on Dunrobin Road, followed by an awards banquet at the Community Centre. See cbbca.ca for more.

August 10

Anglers will be dropping a line in the fishing derby on Saturday. And if the catch doesn’t measure up to a meal, the day will end with a big barbecue at the community centre. See cbbca.ca for more.

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Fitzroy Harbour Community Garage Sale rain or shine outdoors at the Fitzroy Community Centre. Also keep an eye out for garage sales throughout the town on Saturday, 8 a.m. - noon. Time to spring clean & collect your treasures! If you wish to rent a table for $5, there will be a sign-up sheet at the Fitzroy Harbour Store. You may also contact Lynne at: 613.623 7474 or Vivian at: 613.623.5386.

June 22

At the Fitzroy library is Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo on Saturday, from 10:30-11:30 a.m. On Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m at St Andrew’s United Church is the Fitzroy Harbour Annual Yard Sale, 184 Carleton St. Coffee and muffins and a barbecue lunch in addition to many exciting contributions of our members. We also have our famous pies for sale. Again this year, added to the many treasures contributed by members, there will be a special section - yards of yarn goods and other sewing and crafting items. Come and enjoy.

July 4

The Concerts in the Park series at Fitzroy Provincial Park has a youth fundraising barbecue at 6 p.m., with free entertainment from 7 to 8:30. First up is The Fabulous Flashbax. On July 11 is Local Traffic. On July 18 is The Stephen Thomas Band. On July 25 is Ambush with special opening performance by Jordan McIntosh.

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Galetta Bowls Club invites spectators to come out and watch the competitive MacHardy-Waterside Mixed Pairs Lawn Bowls Tournament on Monday. Spectators should be forewarned that some of Canada’s top lawn bowlers got hooked on lawn bowls by watching their first game! This tournament is named after Donald MacHardy who

was the founder of Galetta Bowls. Waterside Retirement Community in Carleton Place is the sponsor of this event. Start time is 10:00 a.m. and play continues into the afternoon at 119 Darwin St. in Galetta. Free. Contact: 613-622-1586. www.trybowls.ca. There will be no regular evening bowls league on Monday.

June (all month)

Galetta Bowls Club welcomes anyone age 9 - 90 to come out and give lawn bowling a try on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6:15 pm and Friday mornings at 9:45 am. No equipment necessary. Instruction provided. Wear flat-soled shoes. 119 Darwin Street beside the Galetta Community Association. Contact 613-622-1586. www.trybowls.ca.

MARCH June 23

Women from the Parish of March invite you to their next soup mission for Chrysalis House, a home for abused women and their children. The next soup making session is on Sunday 4 to 8 p.m. at St. John’s Anglican Church, Kanata. Cost is $10 to cover the costs of a communal light meal. To sign up, or for more information, contact Jennie St-Martin at soupmission@ gmail.com or 613.686.5771.

PAKENHAM June 7

Pakenham Square Dance Club Dance Friday held upstairs 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.

ARNPRIOR June 8

Priorpalooza, 12 hours of great music on the banks of the Madawaska and Ottawa rivers, featuring Susie McNeil singer of the Olympic Believe song! Join us for this free community event from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Robert Simpson Park in Arnprior. Please contact Lindsay at 613-623-4231 x. 226 for more information.


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ADVERTORIAL

Romanc Fireplaces and BBQs Inc. When Michael Pilon is behind the barbecue, expect to be treated to a symphony of flavour. Owner of Romantic Fireplaces and BBQ’s Inc., Michael is passionate about quality. That’s why he is so excited to be showcasing the Black Olive pellet grill, the world’s first pellet Kamado grill at local Farm Boy stores. “It’s all about combining the highest quality food with best taste and flavour. There is no product like the Black Olive and no better way to showcase it than with Farm Boy foods.” “We all remember the day when we made ‘the perfect steak’ cooked on a Hibachi charcoal grill. Convenience has most of us using a gas grill which tends to leave food tasteless and a bit dried out.” That’s where the Black Olive makes all the difference. “Finally, using the latest technology, the world’s first electric wood pellet Kamado style grill has been produced in Canada. The Black Olive grill has made it easy to have that great taste and flavour with the

push of a button!” For centuries in Japan, the Kamado style cooker has been the source of great meals. “This style of cooking reduces shrinkage and retains the moisture in foods, producing succulent, juicy steak, poultry and meats infused with the flavour of perfect wood pellet blends – maple, apple, cherry and hickory.” Not only does the Black Olive give food the best taste, cooking with the revolutionary grill is easy too. “The Black Olive does it all – smoking, baking, roasting, grilling and searing. Imagine enjoying your favourite wheel of brie, giant Portobello mushrooms or even pizza grilled to perfection with the amazing taste of wood pellets. It’s the best grilling experience ever!” Beautifully designed, easy to control, delicious results, and built to last – the Black Olive is durable and tough, able to withstand the most extreme climates and retain its good looks. No need to replace rusted out burners, the Black Olive ceramic grill will endure the harshest of cooking environments.

 

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Stop by Farm Boy™ Train Yards this Sunday, June 9th from 11am – 1pm to sample the smoky goodness of our fresh-made kebabs on the Black Olive BBQ’s.

 

 

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