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Property taxes in Horton Township are on the rise, mostly due to the high Ontario Provincial Police costs (OPP). Council approved the 2016 township budget with a required tax levy of $2,075,975 at its March 1 meeting. The tax increase for an average residential home ($221,000) will be 5.51 per cent or $61 more compared to last year. As well this levy, the increase does not include the education or county tax portions. Of the municipal increase, 4.8 per cent is to cover the rising OPP cost. “I am disappointed we had to come in at 5.51 per cent because of the OPP cost,” said Mayor Robert Kingsbury. “I had hoped we would keep it at the rate of inflation and with the OPP cost it was over.” In 2015 under the new OPP funding formula, policing cost the township $329,059 and in 2016 it will cost $421,170. “Throughout budget deliberations, departments within the township strived to find savings to help offset the OPP increases,” explained treasurer Jennifer Barr. See BUDGET, Page 2

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Top citizen Arleigh Prince received a certificate of recognition from the Ontario Community Newspaper Association for her nomination for a 2015 Ontario Junior Citizen Award. Prince is very active in the community and has held a number of fundraisers in support of the Renfrew and District Food Bank. She is planning another youth dance and a garage sale to help raise funds.

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Budget includes Thompson Road completion Some of Horton’s 2016 capital projects to be completed this year include replacing the township entrance sign, work on the boat launch including the pump house/ washroom, well work at the fire hall and a dry hydrant, at the community hall a roll down door/in-floor heating, and continuation of the roads gravel program and completing work on Thompson Road. “It’s time that road was completed,” said Kingsbury. “We are hoping to finish that this year, I think it’s very important that road be completed.” This year the township will be putting $219,953 into its reserves. “We continue to set funds aside in reserves for future infrastructure replacement,” said Barr. The reserve balance has grown from $603,765 in 2010 to a forecasted balance of $1,353,813 in 2016. This budget will also see the township pay down more of its

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Council approved a sponsorship request from the 2016 Hike for Hospice committee for $250, which is the bronze level. This level will give the township advertising on a large banner at the event and it will be recognized at the event website. Deputy Mayor Robert Johnston made a motion to have the donation request increased to $500, but that was defeated. The Hike for Hospice will take place at Ma-Te-Way Park on May. 1. JOINT COLLECTION

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into a joint tendering process for curbside garbage and recycling collection with the towns of Arnprior and Renfrew and the Township of McNab-Braeside. Coun. Dave Bennett supported the motion to start the discussion. “We owe it to the rate payers to explore this if there is an financial benefits. It boils down to dollars and cents,” said Bennett. Deputy Mayor Robert Johnston wanted to stick with the current provider. “Haven’t we had a good history with Beaumen’s,” Johnston asked his council colleagues. “I think we would be far better off sticking with them. My number one choice is to stick with them.” Public works manager Janet Collins said this is a chance to sit with others and look for cost savings. However, Beaumen’s has said it will still be the lower tender. The motion passed on a 3-2 vote and it was opposed by Coun. Glen Campbell and Johnston.

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Horton Fire Department forces retirement home to close Coun. Jamey Larone. a 12-hour fire watch was implemented. was key. “There has been additional time In a brief phone interview after the “It can’t be easy to make that decimeeting, the Autumn Leaves owner sion. All in all you have the regulation spent there. “That truck was there on stand-by Autumn Leaves Lodge has been shut down due to says the threat-to-life notice was strictly to follow and that’s what you have to and it was not available if another fire do,” said Campbell. safety concerns, Horton council officially learned at their opinion. Corbin also presented council with had happened.” its meeting on March 1. Council approved a motion to invoice a detailed invoice for the department’s “This has been going on since 2014. We have been NO COMMENT: OWNER Autumn Leaves for the direct cost of service during the fire watch. there several times and he (owner Ken Chapman) The final price tag came to $6,309, the fire vehicle along with all firefighter has not responded. The last time was even worse,” “We are closed until we can get the Horton Fire chief Randy Corbin told council at the closure lifted … I don’t want to com- including $4,200 for the fire truck that costs and the cost charged by outside agencies (Sunshine Coach moved resiwas required on scene. meeting. ment further on it,” said Chapman. Coun. Dave Bennett made a motion dents). “We decided enough was enough. During the fire watch, the fire departThe direct cost includes what it actuto amend the bill to Autumn Leaves for “We evacuated the residents and found them a bet- ment installed seven new alarms. ter safer place to stay. Until he comes forth it will be “The alarms they had there were to- all direct costs less the hourly rate of ally cost to have the truck on site, for example, the fuel it used. the truck. closed.” tally useless,” said Corbin. Council asked Corbin to work with “He and other staff had been there Coun. Glen Campbell thanked the fire department for keeping council in- several times and the individual did not town staff to come up with a new numSafety concerns formed and the safety of the residents comply with this fire department,” said ber to invoice the company. In his report, Corbin says the fire department was concerned for the 12 residents. “The safety of our residents and ratepayers is always first and foremost in the minds of Horton Fire Department and for those reasons … actions were taken to ensure their safety.” Town Hall – 613-432-4848 • Development & Works – 613-432-8166 Corbin said they had been working with Chapman Recreation Centre – 613-432-3131 • Fire Hall – 613-432-4962 for the last two years to bring the retirement home up to standards. Autumn Leaves sister lodge in Braeside March Break Camp (5-12 years) closed last fall. No official reason was provided. RENFREW POLICE SERVICES BOARD MEETING A week of fun at Ma-te-Way Activity Centre awaits children on their It is unclear if the third site, at Chapman’s home TH week off school! March 14-18 $75.00 WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 2015 on Daillee Road near McNab-Braeside township ofPickleball (Adults) fices, will remain open. TOWN HALL Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of tennis, On Feb. 11 the Horton Fire Department (HFD), BOARD ROOM staff from the Ministry of Community Safety and badminton and table tennis and can be played by 2-4 players on a court. Correctional Services, the Office of the Fire Marshal Thursday in March 8:00am-12:00pm/Fridays 2:30pm-4:30pm No cost THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME and Emergency Management conducted a fire inMosaic Workshop (Adults) spection at the home in the old Horton school. Create a mosaic masterpiece using glass, tile, beads and other interesting Parks and Recreation Department – 2016 Summer Employment As a result of the inspection, the HFD issued an pieces. Participants can choose between a butterfly, wine bottle or house Opportunities for STUDENTS ‘Immediate Threat to Life Notice’. As part of that, number in this session. Tuesdays March 22-April 19 6:00pm-9:00pm $75.00 Tiffany Lepack

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Recreational Gymnastics (6 years-teens) Age specific sessions, 50 minute classes will have children moving more and learning the basics of gymnastics. Wednesdays March 23-May 25 5:00pm-8:50pm $100.00 Creative Drama (7-12 years) Learn different facets of theatre during this program. Build self confidence and team building skills too! Saturdays March 26-May 28 10:30am-12:00pm $80.00 Program rates listed are for residents of Renfrew, Horton, Admaston, Bromley, Greater Madawaska, McNab, Braeside. Residents of other townships will be charged the listed rates plus a 50% surcharge. Registration for Summer 2016 Camps and Programs Registration will begin at noon on March 16, 2016. You can find detailed information about programs at www.bookking.ca/renfrewpub/index. asp or on the Town of Renfrew website under the Recreation Program and Facility Booking Icon. On this site you can register an account to be utilized for program registration or facility bookings. If you are not comfortable registering online or are having difficulties with the program please contact recreation staff at 613 432-3131 for assistance or more information. Canada Day 2016 The Parks and Recreation Department wants to hear from you! Send you ideas, comments and suggestions for Canada Day 2016 in Renfrew by email to jcaldwell@renfrew.ca or call Jo-anne Caldwell at 613 432-3131. Find us on Facebook! Look for “Renfrew Parks and Recreation” on facebook and stay up to date with recreation activities and events Renfrew County Fiddlers Are you a musician? Young or old, just starting out or been playing for years – Renfrew County Fiddlers wants to hear from you! Join the group at their monthly meeting at the Recreation Centre on Wednesday March 16 7:00pm-8:30 to find out how you can play at their next show. Contact Mary Wright at 613 432-1243 for more information.

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St. Joe’s ranks in the top 20 in province Tiffany Lepack

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The Jaguars have something of which to be very proud. The Fraser Institute annual school rankings were released at the end of February and St. Joseph’s Catholic High School in Renfrew was ranked 16th in Ontario. This is slightly down from the seventh-place ranking the school received last year, but it is something to be very proud of, according to the school’s principal. “It’s very nice to be recognized for our achievements,” said Brennan Trainor. “It’s great for our staff who go above and beyond to be recognized.” Trainor doesn’t think the rankings are necessarily needed because at the school they know what is most important. “Our students’ success is the most important thing, always,” said Trainor. “I attribute it to an all-team approach of all of our staff working together towards every individual student achieving success. That’s 100 per cent what it is all about.” The rankings are based on the provincial math and literacy tests, both of which the school ranks at near perfection. For the Grade 9 academic math tests ,100 per cent of the students are at the provincial standard or higher.

In the applied Grade 9 math results, 96 per cent of the students are at the provincial standard or higher. “This is very rare,” said Trainor. “It is a significant accomplishment for our numeracy staff and students.” St. Joseph’s has 520 students in grades 8 to 12 and of that 34 per cent are identified as students with special needs. Trainor is very proud they are ensuring all students are doing their best. “We work very hard to make sure they succeed as well,” said Trainor. Renfrew Collegiate Institute and Opeongo High School were tied in the rankings sitting at 558th in the province out of 627 high schools. For elementary schools, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School was ranked 445th out of 3,037 schools, St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School was 721, Queen Elizabeth Public School ranked 1,549, Central Public School came in at 2,134 and Admaston Township Public School was ranked 2,419. Many educators take issue with the relevancy of the rankings, arguing that they don’t take into account local differences and other educational factors.

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The pressure being put on ambulance service in the Arnprior-Renfrew area by the rising demand in Ottawa isn’t sitting well with McNab-Braeside council. Council unanimously passed a motion Feb. 22 urging that the City of Ottawa be pressured to hire more paramedics so it will quit taking ambulances away from Renfrew County. The motion, proposed by Coun. Scott Brum, is in response to increased demand in Ottawa that is seeing more and more Renfrew County ambulances being called upon to respond to cases in the city. That can result in longer response times for Arnprior, McNab-Braeside and even Renfrew area residents, and possibly no ambulance service at all in some circumstances. Adding to the concern in Renfrew County and other neighbours of the city is a decision by Ottawa to no longer pay when outside ambulances respond to calls within its borders. The McNab-Braeside motion was a late addition to the agenda of the council meeting rescheduled for Feb. 22 after being cancelled Feb. 16. Seconded by Coun. Heather Lang, the motion states that:

• whereas the hiring freeze in the City of Ottawa paramedic system is affecting the response times of our ambulance services in Renfrew County; • whereas in Renfrew County paramedics said they are feeling the impact of the change; • whereas it has been noticed that long wait times are occurring for our local residents to be transported in an emergency situation; • whereas by Ontario law, units from the County’s paramedic service must respond to emergency calls if they are closest; • whereas Renfrew County paramedic Chief Michael Nolan has advised, “It leaves us significantly short in our own communities when we’re responding into

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sides, and other interested parties, to address the situation. The demand for more ambulance service in downtown Ottawa is also raising concerns about lack of service in the rural areas of Ottawa, including West Carleton. West Carleton-March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry called on the city last week to hire 12 new paramedics and buy four ambulances after the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide and West Carleton Review had reported that rural areas of the city were being left uncovered. El-Chantiry noted that the city’s rural paramedics are often called into the city’s core where the bulk of emergency calls come from, leaving the surrounding municipalities to respond to rural calls for service.

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MP criticized for using dead soldier’s image to raise campaign funds in return for hams Derek Dunn

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Cheryl Gallant has again angered military veterans and their supporters, this time on two separate occasions. One is a fundraiser that uses the image of a dead soldier to sell Easter hams. The second is when she lambasted a Liberal MP, who is a veteran, on Parliament Hill for not wearing a red top. On March 2 the MP for Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke sent out an email with the subject line ‘Terrorists in our midst’ all in capital letters. The text didn’t explain the whereabouts or even the existence of the terrorists. But that isn’t what has many members of the military so upset. Rather it is Gallant’s use of a photo of Nathan Cirillo, the corporal murdered while standing guard at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in 2014. The email says the immigration

minister is fast tracking refugees and revoking a law that strips Canadian citizenship from convicted terrorists. Gallant, who always erroneously writes Liberal with a lowercased ‘l’ asked, “Is the liberal party afraid of alienating tens of thousands of new voters with the threat of deportation if any are convicted of terrorist activity?” DONATION LINK

At the end is a link to a site where people can donate to the local Conservative riding association in exchange for a ham. “I don¹t appreciate the fact that the image of my fallen brother is being used as a sales pitch for Easter hams,” said Jeff Lehoux, a retired military member and former Liberal candidate in the riding. “It looks like the Conservatives didn¹t learn anything from the last election. The politics of cynicism and fear don¹t work anymore. Obvi-

ously it hasn’t worked out for them.” Lehoux, who lost to Gallant in the last election, said there is a “racial” element to the email; linking refugees to Islamic terrorists is wrong, he said. As for the lack of proof for the subject line, Lehoux said most constituents have grown numb to Gallant¹s rhetoric. The issue has resulted in 10,000 hits on his Facebook account, and earned the ire of NDP MP Charlie Angus who said, “I guess I shouldn’t be shocked by the latest antics of Cheryl Gallant, but this one is really distasteful. The tragedy that occurred at the War Memorial should stand for something more than a politician trying to cash in with ham sales for the political pork barrel. Shameful.” Meanwhile, another incident involving Gallant garnered 30,000 hits on Lehoux¹s page. On Feb. 19, she stood in the House of Commons and shouted at Liberal MP Karen McCrimmon for not wear-

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and Corporal Nathan Cirillo.” Gallant has a long record of gaffes over her lengthy time in office. During the most recent election campaign, she chastised Lehoux for attending a ceremony for fallen soldiers. He said she was the one campaigning at the event; he was attending as a veteran. D.W. Antler is another military vet who had a “visceral, emotional reaction” to Gallant¹s fundraising email. On his blog ‘The Smell Test’, he derided her as morally bankrupt and proof of the “creeping fascism that has infected the Canadian Conservative Party.” In a phone interview, Antler said the military is now seen as nothing more than a wing of the Conservative Party. “We have a big problem in the military. Politicians drape themselves in the flag for partisan gain, and make it look like the military is an element of the Conservative Party and not here to defend all Canadians.”

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We require Board Members who have a strong desire and commitment to improve the health and well-being for all members of our community, and especially for those who experience health inequities. As well as positions on the Board, LRHCS welcomes a diverse range of community members to sit on one of the Standing Committees which report to the Board.

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PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE You are invited to an Open House to be held in the Horton Council Chambers on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. to review and comment on a proposed policy for “Developer Upgrade of Municipal Infrastructure” The policy, if implemented, will affect new severances within the Township of Horton. A fee for road improvements is being considered for severances (consent applications) along with other modifications such as the number and lot size of severances.


Renfrew County Landowners to host meeting on ‘dangers’ of Bill 100 Staff

The Renfrew County chapter of the Ontario Landowners Association is hosting a public meeting this Friday, March 11 in Renfrew on its controversial opposition to provincial bills 100 and 118. Landowner groups around the province have been speaking out again the Ontario Trails Act (Bill 100), claiming it threatens propertyowners rights. However, recreation organizations, including snowmobile groups, have maintained that the concern is overblown.

At Friday’s meeting at the RCAF Wing at 7 p.m., Ontario Landowners Association researcher Elizabeth Marshall will speak on the “dangers” of Bill 100 and Bill 118, the Great Lakes Shoreline Right of Passage. She will also speak at a similar session in Almonte Saturday, March 12. She insists the two bills that are about to be passed in the Ontario Legislature “may seriously affect our private property rights …. here in Renfrew County.” She will share advice on how landowners can safely allow recreation clubs to cross their property without

losing their rights. She will also explain what the Great Lakes legislation could mean to Renfrew County residents. Also speaking at the meeting will be a member of the Canadian Justice Review Board. A release by Renfrew-PembrokeNipissing Landowners Association president Donna Burns announcing the meeting explains that the Ontario Trails Act (Bill 100) has major issues of concern that involve recreation trails that private property owners have allowed for years for such uses as snowmobiling, atving hiking, walking and horse-riding.

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If you are planning to enjoy the outdoors over March break, please remind your family and friends to stay clear of the areas near dams and generating stations. “March break is a great time to head outside however, waterways near hydro generating stations are not places for recreation. Take some time to make your family and friends aware of the dangers near hydro generating facilities,” says Mike Martelli, Ontario

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Making the best of winter

Okay, enough, already. It’s been a crazy winter, weatherwise. For a change, wouldn’t it nice to have a good, old-fashioned winter with snow and cold temperatures on a consistent basis, instead of weather all over the map. Nowadays, we never know what to expect. First, it appeared winter would never arrive. Then it showed up in force. But not just with normal cold temperatures and a decent amount of snow. Oh no. There was a irritating mix of sleet and freezing rain mixed in with icy temperaures (remember the Family Day weekend), then close to record dumps of snow. We have no snow days for most of the winter, then four snow days in less than a week, and just before March break. It’s not the best time to have an unexpected break from school. There was no snowmobiling for most of the early winter, and almost no skiing for weeks, then, boom, plenty of snow. Calabogie Peaks says the white stuff that fell (and fell and fell) last week has given the ski hill the best snow conditions it’s had in years. The great skiing conditions attracted former prime minister Jean Chretien to the hill last Friday. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Ottawa River, U.S. Ambassador Bruce Heyman and members of his staff enjoyed another winter pursuit in the Ottawa Valley. From all accounts, they had a great time dog sledding in the Bristol area. It goes to show that despite all the complaining about the weather for the last couple of months, this area’s winters can provide major benefits. People take notice when celebrities show up to enjoy the many delights winter brings. The next winter sport to attract a celebrity to the area is the most popular one of all: hockey. The celebrity is not a person, but a thing. The Stanley Cup is coming to Renfrew for a full day of festivities on April 5. Lord Stanley’s visit should go a long way in adding legitimacy to Renfrew’s claim to be the birthplace of the NHA/NHL. It’s by embracing winter sports such as hockey, skiing and even dog sledding that this area can truly become a four-season tourist destination. So hats off to the Peaks, Denis Rozon and his sled dogs, and the NHA/NHL committee for making it attractive for celebrities to visit here. When they come, many others are sure to follow. And we all will benefit.

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New provincial trails act spells trouble for landowners To the Editor:

At first glance, most people will think that there is not much to worry about concerning Bill 100, ‘Supporting Ontario’s Trails Act’, but the Ontario Landowners Association (OLA) has learned the hard way that if you let bad legislation pass, then the only way to fix it is in court rooms at great expense to the individual. Just for information purposes, in this Act, all conditions explained in Section 12, apply only to private property. This is explained in Section 13 where it says, “Section 12 does not apply to any land owned by the Crown or to lands administered under the Conservation Authorities Act, the Public Lands Act or the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, 2006.” I talked to people from the Ontario Trails Council (OTC), the people who want this bill passed, and they told me that there are about 2,500 trails in Ontario that total about 80,000 km, 20,000 km of those are on private property. So here are some of our concerns. If we agree to accept a trail easement on our property, then

Section 12 describes all the eligible nominees or eligible bodies that can potentially share this easement. Under Section 12 (1) there are 13 subsections (a) through (m) describing who can be an eligible body to register the easement. Conservation Authorities, Crown Agencies, Municipalities, and Native and Aboriginal groups are all eligible as well as subsection (k), which mentions entities from the United States. (When talking to Minister Coteau’s office on Friday, they informed me that those entities are Conservation Land Trusts from the U.S.A.). In Section 12 (1) (m), it refers to “any other person or body prescribed by the regulations made under this Act.” None of us can predict what the regulations for this Act will look like, because they will be written in the back rooms by the bureaucrats with no oversight by the public or the property owners, until they become law and one is forced to deal with them in court. Now we move onto Section 12 (2) that describes the eligible body “as one who is acceptable to become a registered owner of an interest in land.”

Section 12 (3) says “an owner of land may grant an easement, with or without covenants, to one or more eligible bodies.” Section 12(4) confirms that eligible bodies can then convey land to other bodies. Section 12(6) says “the eligible body shall register the easement against the land affected in the proper land registry office and, once registered, the easement and any covenants contained in the easement, run with the land against which it is registered.” In Section 12(8) it says that eligible bodies can transfer its rights to another eligible body. Now this is where the property owner must be very careful and put written conditions on the use of the trails. There is nothing in this Act that requires the entities who make an agreement with property owners to fully explain the consequences of signing up for an easement. There is also nothing in this Act that requires a written ‘wet-ink’ signed contract with witnesses to protect the property owner who may not understand the words of the contract. There is nothing in this Act which explains that once the owner has

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agreed to an easement, although they still own the land, they have lost the right to use the land as they want. For any of those who think that you can change an easement, which is a contract, Section 13 makes it very clear when it states, “an eligible body may enforce an easement that is registered on title to the land, including any covenants contained in the easement against the owner of the land and against any subsequent owner of the land, against which it is registered.” The folks from the OTC insist that they are content to continue with the traditional handshake agreements that have served us well in the familiar spirit of community and insist that they do not need a registered easement to continue their trails network. However, nothing in this Act spells out this option clearly. It would seem then, that the only reason to sign an easement would be to help extend control for the Ministry of Natural Resources, Municipalities, Conservation Authorities, and Conservation Land Trusts over private property. Although the OTC has heard

the OLA’s concerns, they say that they would not withdraw their support for the Act because they had worked on it for too long. The OLA favours withdrawal of the Act to allow time for proper review and consultation. If any group comes knocking on your door looking for permission to use your land for their trails, it is in your best interests to have all the details of the agreement and then take that contract to your lawyers and have them confirm that you are protected, before you sign. This bill seriously underestimates the physical, emotional and economic connection that rural people have to their property. This bill by its vagueness and association with different entities has led people to believe that there was an intentional motive to gain permanent access to rural land. One thing for sure, most people on the rural roads know that when you mention Conservation Authorities, Private Property, and Easements in the same Act, nothing good will come of it. Tom Black, President, Ontario Landowners Association

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Turning a negative incident into something positive. That is exactly what an Eganville man has done. Brett Ezra of Sketch TV has completed his first documentary on a fire that destroyed a friend’s home in October 2015. The documentary focuses on a family after they lost their house due to fire. The community supported the father and daughter through a GoFundMe page, which raised $7,000. “There were public misconceptions and people retracted some of the donations. To have his reputation stained … was really disheartening,” said Ezra. “I wanted to do something good and give him a chance to tell his story from his point of view. Ultimately help him raise money to get back into a house for him and his daughter.” Ezra started his Sketch TV YouTube chan-

nel last fall and is slows expanding. He recently started using a green screen. “I’m really happy with it and it’s really fun to use.” He did all of the video/sound production for the 15-minute documentary. “It’s very small but it is growing,” said Ezra. He is planning on making more documentary’s on local legends and people who contributed to the community. “I’m falling into a niche, the documentary aspect makes for a high quality video to watch. I am interested in helping people who have done positive things in the community.” Ezra graduated from the Recording Arts of Canada in 2003 from audio engineering and production, he has also worked in television and has his own CD. To support the families GoFundMe page click here: https://www.gofundme.com/ thenellyfund. To view the full documentary click here: https://www.facebook.com/YoutubeSketchTV/.

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Ontario Works offers tax clinics for low income earners in county Ontario Works participants will need to bring the following information with them: T5007 statement, T4s statement from Canada Pension Plan, Interest T5s from financial institution(s), 2015 rent or property tax receipt, Medical expense receipts, proof of date of birth, 2015 income tax return, and 2015 Notice of Assessment. LOCATIONS

Income tax clinics will be held in the following locations: Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home: Jennifer Stratton – coordinator, 106 McGonigal St. W., Unit A1 Towne Centre, Arnprior, ON K7S 1M4 (613-623-7981); Eganville & District Seniors: Shelley McLeod – coordinator, P.O. Box 244, 30 Bell St., Eganville, ON K0J 1T0 (613-628-2354); Renfrew and Area Seniors’ Home Support: Kareen Rekowski – coordinator, P.O. Box 919, 180 Plaunt St S., Unit 3, Renfrew, ON K7V 4H3 (613-432-7691). Opeongo Seniors Centre (by appointment) Natalie Toppin – co-ordinator, covering Barry’s Bay and Area, 19 Stafford St., Barry’s Bay K0J 1B0. Clients should contact Diane at 613-756-2772, ext 2 or cvitp2015@gmail.com. Because each income tax clinic has different days and hours of operation, it is best to contact the individual host organization for details.

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Vehicle(s) may be shown with optional equipment. Dealer may sell or lease for less. Limited time offers. Offers only valid at participating dealers. Retail offers may be cancelled or changed at any time without notice. See your Ford Dealer for complete details or call the Ford Customer Relationship Centre at 1-800-565-3673. For factory orders, a customer may either take advantage of eligible raincheckable Ford retail customer promotional incentives/offers available at the time of vehicle factory order or time of vehicle delivery, but not both or combinations thereof. Retail offers not combinable with any CPA/GPC or Daily Rental incentives, the Commercial Upfit Program or the Commercial Fleet Incentive Program (CFIP). *Until March 31, 2016, lease a new 2016 F-150 SuperCrew 4x4 XLT 5.0L V8 for up to 36 months and get 0.99% APR on approved credit (OAC) from Ford Credit Canada Limited. Not all buyers will qualify for the lowest APR payment. Lease 2016 F-150 SuperCrew 4x4 XLT 5.0L V8 with a value of $37,929 (after $2,595 down payment or equivalent trade in and Manufacturer Rebates of $3,750 deducted and including freight and air tax charges of $1,800) at 0.99% APR for up to 36 months with an optional buyout of $23,348, monthly payment is $430 (the sum of twelve (12) monthly payments divided by 26 periods gives payee a bi-weekly payment of $198.47), total lease obligation is $18,075, interest cost of leasing is $904 or 0.99% APR. Additional payments required for optional features, license, and insurance. All prices are based on Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. Some conditions and mileage restriction of 60,000 km for 36 months applies. Excess kilometrage charges are 16¢ per km, plus applicable taxes. Excess kilometrage charges subject to change, see your local dealer for details. **Offer only valid from March 1, 2016 to April 30, 2016 (the “Offer Period”), to resident Canadians with an eligible Costco membership on or before February 29, 2016. Receive $1,000 towards the purchase or lease of a new and available 2015/2016 Ford models (excluding Fiesta, Focus, C-MAX, 50th Anniversary Edition Mustang, Shelby® GT350 Mustang, Shelby® GT350R Mustang, F-150 Regular Cab XL 4x2 and Medium Truck, all 2015 “final settled” models) (each an “Eligible Vehicle”). Limit one (1) offer per each Eligible Vehicle purchase or lease, up to a maximum of two (2) separate Eligible Vehicle sales per Costco Membership Number. Offer is transferable to persons domiciled with an eligible Costco member. Applicable taxes calculated before CAD$1,000 offer is deducted. ®Registered trademark of Price Costco International, Inc. used under license. ^Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov). †Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs GVWR. ¤ When properly equipped. Max. payloads of 3,240 lbs/3,270 lbs with 3.5L V6 EcoBoost 4x2 / 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 engines. Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR based on Ford segmentation. ¥F-Series is the best-selling line of pickup trucks in Canada for 50 years in a row, based on Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers’ Association statistical sales report up to 2015 year-end. ©2016 Sirius Canada Inc. “SiriusXM”, the SiriusXM logo, channel names and logos are trademarks of SiriusXM Radio Inc. and are used under licence. ©2016 Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited. All rights reserved.

Old Hwy 17 Kinburn

613-623-7344

URBAN

Hwy 417 Renfrew

County Rd. 29 Pakenham

Hwy 417 Ottawa

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PRECISION TRUCK MONTH SIERRA KODIAK EDITION UP TO $10,000 IN TOTAL VALUE 1

INCLUDES : $3,000 DELIVERY CREDIT, $5,180 CASH CREDIT, $820 PACKAGE DISCOUNT, $1,000 OWNER CASH ON 2016 SIERRA DOUBLE CAB KODIAK EDITION.

TRAILERING EQUIPMENT

REMOTE VEHICLE STARTER SYSTEM

DUAL-ZONE CLIMATE CONTROL

2016 GMC SIERRA 1500 DOUBLE CAB 4x4 1SA

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WHILE INVENTORY LASTS. TO GUARANTEE OUR QUALITY, WE BACK IT

160,000-KM/5-YEAR

Whichever comes first. See dealer for limited warranty details.

POWERTRAIN WARRANTY

VEHICLE PRICING IS NOW EASIER TO UNDERSTAND BECAUSE ALL OUR PRICES INCLUDE FREIGHT, PDI AND MANDATORY GOVERNMENT LEVIES. Prices do not include applicable taxes and PPSA. Consumers may be required to pay up to $799 for Dealer fees.***

Visit us at: GMC.GM.CA

For the latest information, visit us at gmc.gm.ca, drop by your local Buick GMC Dealer or call us at 1-800-GM-DRIVE. *Offer valid to eligible retail lessees in Canada who have entered into a lease agreement with GM Financial and accept delivery between March 1 - March 31, 2016, of a new or demonstrator 2016 model year Chevrolet, Buick or GMC model excluding Chevrolet Colorado 2SA, Chevrolet Silverado (all), GMC Canyon 2SA and GMC Sierra (all). General Motors of Canada will pay one month’s lease payment or two bi-weekly lease payments as defined on the lease agreement (inclusive of taxes and any applicable pro-rata amount normally due at lease delivery as defined on the lease agreement). After the first month, lessee will be required to make all remaining scheduled payments over the remaining term of the lease agreement. PPSA/RDPRM is not due. Consumer may be required to pay dealer fees. Insurance, licence and applicable taxes not included. Additional conditions and limitations apply. GM reserves the right to modify or terminate this offer at any time without prior notice. See dealer for details. 1$10,000 is a combined total credit consisting of a $3,000 manufacturer-to-dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive), $3,845 Cash Credit (tax exclusive), $1,000 Loyalty Cash (tax inclusive) and a $2,155 manufacturer-to-dealer Kodiak Package Discount Credit (tax exclusive) for 2016 Sierra SLE Kodiak Edition, which is available for cash purchases only and cannot be combined with special lease and finance rates. By selecting lease or finance offers, consumers are foregoing this $3,845 credit, which will result in higher effective interest rates. Discounts vary by model. 2 Offer applies to eligible current owners or lessees of any model year 1999 or newer car that has been registered and insured in Canada in the customer’s name for the previous consecutive six (6) months. Credit valid towards the retail purchase or lease of one eligible 2015/2016 model year Chevrolet/Buick/GMC/Cadillac car, SUV, crossover and pickup models delivered in Canada from March 1 - March 31, 2016. Credit is a manufacturer to consumer incentive (tax inclusive) and credit value depends on model purchased: $500 credit available on Chevrolet: Spark, Sonic, Cruze, Malibu, ’15 Camaro, Volt, Trax, Buick Encore and Verano; $750 credit available on other Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicles (except Chevrolet: Colorado 2SA, Silverado Light Duty and Heavy Duty, GMC: Canyon 2SA, Sierra Light Duty and Heavy Duty); $1,000 credit available on ’16 Cadillac vehicles and $1,000 on all Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks. Offer is transferable to a family member living within the same household (proof of address required). As part of the transaction, dealer may request documentation and contact General Motors of Canada Limited (GMCL) to verify eligibility. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives. Certain limitations or conditions apply. Void where prohibited. See your GMCL dealer for details. GMCL reserves the right to amend or terminate offers for any reason, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. ▼Based on a 48 month lease for 2016 GMC Sierra Double Cab 4x4 1SA G80+H2R+B30/Terrain SLE-1 AWD 3SA/Acadia SLE-1 AWD 3SA. Annual kilometre limit of 20,000 km, $0.16 per excess kilometre. OAC by GM Financial. Monthly/bi-weekly payments may vary depending on down payment/trade. A down payment or trade of $3,150/$0/$0 and/or $0 security deposit is required. Total obligation is $11,405/$19,128/$21,730. Option to purchase at lease end is $25,039/$13,036/$19,467. Excess wear and tear and km charges not included. Other lease options are available.♦$3,000 is a manufacturer to dealer delivery credit (tax exclusive) for 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 4x4 1SA and is reflected in offers in this advertisement. Other cash credits are available on most models. See dealer for details. */1/2/3/▼/♦/*** Freight & PDI, ($1,695/$1,700/$1,700), registration, air and tire levies and OMVIC fees included. Insurance, licence, PPSA, dealer fees and applicable taxes not included. Offers apply as indicated to 2016 new or demonstrator models of the vehicle equipped as described. Offers apply to qualified retail customers in the Ontario Buick GMC Dealer Marketing Association area only (including Outaouais). Dealers are free to set individual prices. Quantities limited; dealer order or trade may be required. Limited time offers which may not be combined with other offers. GM Canada may modify, extend or terminate offers, in whole or in part, at any time without notice. Conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details. **U.S. government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s New Car Assessment Program (www.SaferCar.gov). +Visit onstar.ca for coverage maps, details and system limitations. Services and connectivity may vary by model and conditions. OnStar with 4G LTE connectivity is available on select vehicle models and in select markets. Customers will be able to access OnStar services only if they accept the OnStar User Terms and Privacy Statement. OnStar acts as a link to existing emergency service providers. After the trial period (if applicable), an active OnStar service plan is required. ▲Warranty based on 5 years or 160,000 km, whichever comes first. Fully transferable. See dealer for conditions and limited warranty details. Excludes Medium Duty Trucks. ±2016 Sierra 1500 DENALI Crew Cab 4WD with GAT, MSRP with freight PDI & levies: $67,149. 2016 Terrain DENALI AWD, MSRP with freight PDI & levies: $44,209. Dealers are free to set individual prices. 2016 Acadia DENALI AWD with PPE, MSRP with freight PDI & levies: $59,179. Dealers are free to set individual prices.

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St. Patrick’s Douglas DAYS

ST. PATRICK’S DAY ST.PATR TRICK'S

DAAY

At DACA

111 Flat Road, RR#1, Dacre, ON

Tavern

March 12, 2016 • 12noon – 6pm

Admission - $12

2016

Your MC for the day…DAI BASSETT FIDDLES:

PIANO:

Randy Foster & Dennis Harrington Kyle Felhaver & Company Enright/Donohue-Leahy Connection Will & Emma March

Jim Hunter

The Two Paddys (2:15pm) Bernadette Kelly (4:00pm)

Canteen All Day! Irish Stew

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Kyle Felhaver & Friends Jim Beattie

SHOES: Enright/Donohue-Leahy Connection Will & Emma March

FRIDAY, MARCH 11 9PM – 1AM

SATURDAY, MARCH 12 2PM – 1AM

Kyle Felhaver & Friends Jim Beattie Two Pats Neil (Hadrians Wall)

SUNDAY, MARCH 13 2PM – 6PM

THURSDAY, MARCH 17 12PM – 1AM

OPEN PUB

The Ryans/Kyle Felhaver

Jim Beattie All fiddlers, step dancers & singers welcome

Debenham Brothers Jim Beattie Fridge Full of Empties All fiddlers, step dancers & sings welcome

PRESENTS

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NEW! BOARDING HOUSE IN ARNPRIOR

OPEN HOUSE GUIDE

364 MCNAB AVE

1265 GOSHEN ROAD

• Private furnished rooms • Eat In Kitchen with meals included • TV Room • Patio & BBQ area • Garden area • Walk to hospital, park and all area churches

Sunday, March 20th – 2-4PM #402-259 Albert Street,, Arnprior Your Host: Helen Vincent incent 613-432-0058

#402-259 ALBERT ST., ARNPRIOR

Call Stephanie Jamieson or Alicia Whyte to find out how you can advertise your Open House! 613-432-3655

Call 613.832.2152 for appointment

330 Plaunt St. S., Renfrew, ON K7V 1N3 rpeever@xplornet.com

ROSS PEEVER

PETER VINCENT

613-433-1133

613-432-0319

ross@

peter@

Sales Rep

613-432-7562

www.remaxrenfrew.com

Metro City Realty Ltd. (Renfrew) Brokerage A locally owned Independent Member Broker

Great for those that want to live independently and need to be close to all amenities!

remaxrenfrew.com

OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY, MARCH 12 1-3PM 364 MCNAB AVE. • Your Host: ross PEEVEr

Great starter home, large modern kitchen, with separate living room. Mostly hardwood floor downstairs as well as upstairs.This modern home has 2 bedrooms upstairs, 2 bedrooms downstairs and a full basement, gas heat and central air.All downstairs windows are approximately 10 years old. Separate garage with a paved driveway and a beautiful back yard. MLS#973843 Asking $179,500.

459 MAYHEW ST.

NEW PRICE - $160,000

70 HARRY STREET

NOW ASKING $160,000 for this renovated 3 BR home, new furnace, gleaming hardwood floors, full basement and on a ravine lot. MLS# 975023. Call Peter 613-432-0319.

Broker

remaxrenfrew.com

JUST LISTED

62 KNIGHT ST.

2 story brick home, eat in kit, LR, DR, plus laundry facilities on 1st floor. 2nd floor, 3 bdrm, 1-4 pc bath. Full unfinished basement, separate insulated detached garage – 20 x 30 with heat, plus large 3 car garage with large attached storage shed. FA gas heat, lot 97 x 132. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133

2 HOUSES FOR THE PRICE OF 1

Asking $179,900 for TWO Homes on One Lot. Each home has own services, central location, both fully rented. MLS# 969062. Call Peter 613-432-0319.

7 EMELIN ST., DOUGLAS

1 1/2 storey vinyl sided home with enclosed porch and a breeze way leading to enclosed shed. Home has had some updates - new furnace in April 2015, new wiring, 100amp breaker. Great starter home - property sold as-is. Asking $92,500. MLS# 963593. Call Ross 613-433-1133

327 MOUNT ST PATRICK RD.

Asking $289,900 for this 3+1 bedroom home with large fenced yard, two baths, finished basement and attached garage on quiet street. MLS# 983721. Call Peter 613-432-0319.

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Sunday, March 13th, 1-3 p.m. Eady Realty, Inc. MLS# 983502 • $249,900 Your Host: Kelly Derue, Broker: 613-433-2681 Please Stop By And Check Out This Home!!!

Saturday, March 12th 1-3PM 364 McNab Ave Your Host: Ross Peever 613-433-1133

23 Lake St. (close to Arnprior Hospital and Robert Simpson Park)

RAGLAN ST SOUTH.

Only $199,900 for this charming solid brick 3 BR with deep ravine lot, rear addition, double car garage & covered front porch. Gas heat and central air. MLS# 977410. Call Peter 613-432-0319.

Two storey, vinyl sided home, with kitchen, living room and dining room on the main level. 3 bedroom plus 1-4 pc bath are on the upper level. Windows were replaced approximately 6 years ago. New shingles in 2000, 100 amp electrical panel and foam insulation in the basement. A great starter home! Asking $119,000. Call Ross 613-433-1133.

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345 ARTHUR AVE.

Now asking $375,000 for this one of a kind riverfront home. Quality construction throughout this 4 BR bungalow. Extensive grounds and privacy. MLS# 948375. Call Peter 613-432-0319.

Asking $199,900 for two rental homes on this acreage. Both homes rented and have natural gas heat. MLS# 974259. Call Peter 613-432-0319

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27 JULIE LANE

Asking $42,500 for this affordable 2 BR mobile. Spacious interior with newer propane furnace, only minutes from town. MLS# 980230. Call Peter 613-432-0319

NEW PRICE - $159,900

9 ACRES

BUTLER RD INVESTMENT

39 GRIGG AVE.

Asking $182,500 for this renovated 3 BR, 2 Bath home on deep lot, newer gas furnace, spacious interior, finished basement. Close to RVH and Hwy 17. MLS# 987546. Call Peter 613-432-0319

HWY 41 – EGANVILLE

Beautiful secluded log home located on approx 92 acres. Property over looks Constant Creek. Open concept living on the main level with the master located in the second storey loft. Eat-in kitchen & laundry facilities. Living room features an air tight wood stove & lots of room for entertaining. Property is made up of mostly a softwood bush. Excellent get a way or hunting area. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133.

38 GRIGG ST.

Great starter home consisting of kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Main floor bath has been totally renovated. Gas furnace approx 2005. Good sized back yard with storage shed. Maintenance free exterior. Close to the hospital.Asking $139,500. MLS# 947765. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133.

128 BONNECHERE STREET SOUTH

Spacious 2 Storey brick home, offers 2 levels of living space. Separate building, adjacent to the house, converted into a 2 bedroom apartment, providing extra income. Paved Driveway. Asking $159,900. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133


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330 Plaunt St. S., Renfrew K7V 1N3

613-432-7562

Metro City Realty Ltd. (Renfrew) Brokerage o ndependent M A locally owned Independent Member Broker

www.remaxrenfrew.com

HELEN VINCENT BROKER OF RECORD

613-432-0058

helen@remaxrenfrew.com

OPEN E HOUS

Proceed on John Street to Victoria Street and turn right and follow my signs to 259 Albert St. Hope we see you there! Your Host: Helen Vincent 432-0058

DAVID VINCENT

PETER VINCENT

613-433-1133

613-401-2824

613-432-0319

Sales Representative

ross@remaxrenfrew.com

david@remaxrenfrew.com

BROKER

peter@remaxrenfrew.com

D L O S

NEW LISTING

SUNDAY, MARCH 20TH 2-4 P.M. #402 – 259 ALBERT STREET, ARNPRIOR

ROSS PEEVER

Sales Representative

532 GILLAN RD.

A custom built 3 bedroom bungalow with interior completed to perfection. Living room dining room and kitchen in a nice bright setting, 2 baths, central air and finished lower level. Patio at the rear, good space in rear yard for family fun. Paved drive and laundry on main level. Come and see this with me! Call Helen at 432-0058

209 VANIER AVE.

This 3 bedroom raised bungalow with large living room is at a great location for you and your family. Eat-in kitchen, 2 baths, spacious family room, laundry on main level, carport, storage and central air. Call David at 401-2824 or Helen at 432-0058 to view.

84 OTTERIDGE AVE. (HUNTER GATE SUBDIVISION)

Here you will find construction beginning as soon as the shovels can hit the ground! A custom built open concept bungalow with laundry on main level,hardwood and ceramic floors,double car garage.TarionWarrantied,fully serviced lot. Call Helen for floor plans at 432-0058

ROBERTSON LINE – JUST OFF THE WHITE LAKE RD NEAR THE VILLAGE OF WHITE LAKE 24 acres and lots of waterfront on the mighty Madawaska River. Easy 4 season access to this location. Well treed. Call Helen for details at 432-0058

FEATURE OF THE WEEK 3 BEACHWOOD LANE, OTTAWA RIVER

Exceptional 4 bdrm waterfront home. Open concept with large windows affording panoramic views of the river. Gourmet kitchen, main floor master bedroom with large ensuite. Efficient radiant infloor heating and central air keeps this home comfortable year round. Call David Vincent 613-401-2824. MLS# 973216

2449 THOMPSON RD.

Located in a wonderful country setting this brand new 3 bedroom bungalow is completed. Generous sized bedrooms and attached 2 car garage. Hardwood floors & ceramic tile throughout. Large master bedroom with 4 pce ensuite. Built-in propane stove in living room and central a/c included. Full Tarion warranty. Call David to view 613-401-2824. MLS#974014

566 PINNACLE RD

Quality built 3 bedroom Hi Ranch on a large lot in a private country setting.This brand new home features hardwood and ceramic throughout. Generous sized rooms with ensuite in master. Full Tarion warranty with efficient propane heat and central air. Open concert and full basement awaiting finishing touches. Call David today 613-401-2824. MLS# 981486

3264 MATAWATCHAN RD., MATAWATCHAN Economy here at this address. Seasonal or permanent living. 3 bedrooms, brand new kitchen and living area. 4 pce bath, good sized lot, excellent value. Call Helen at 432-0058 or David at 401-2824 to view.

LOTS FOR SALE

344 MCMANUS RD., WHITE LAKE (JUST OFF CAMPBELL SIDEROAD)

Over 200 acres and a gorgeous brick bungalow and oversized double garage. The property is stunning and unique with a large barn on the property as well. Close to Waba Rd and Bellamy Rd for easy year round access. Call Helen at 432-0058 or Ross at 433-1133

2204 RUSSETT DRIVE, MCNAB-BRAESIDE

A gorgeous country home with a gorgeous country setting! Custom built 3 bedroom bungalow with two levels totally finished. 5 acres of land surrounding the home, and a pool in the backyard for family fun! Come and see this with me. Helen 432-0058

169 GAGAN LANE (OTTAWA RIVER WATERFRONT HOME)

Now is the time for you to choose your waterfront property for spring occupancy. Here is a 3 bedroom bungalow with wrap around porch and 100 feet of waterfront. Easy 4 season access for you and yours! Call Helen to view at 432-0058

2 lots available on Pinnacle Rd 2 acres in size and good access year round.

1705 CHURCH STREET, GRIFFITH

An economical address for you and your family at this location. 2 storey, 3 bedroom vinyl home with laundry on main level. Adjacent large garage and workshop, 4 pce bath on main level. Beautifully treed lot and street to street access. Call Helen at 432-0058 to view

Call Helen at 432-0058

Hunter Gate Subdivision - Renfrew’s Best! NEW LISTING

t Grea e! Choic

Maintenance Contracts Can Be Arranged OTTERIDGE AVENUE

G Loc reat atio n!

SIX BRAND NEW GARDEN HOMES SOON TO BE COMPLETED. APRIL OCCUPANCY!

Call Helen 613-432-0058

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Vehicle crushes man

• welder • red 4500 diesel Yasutora generator Crime Stoppers Pembroke/Renfrew County believes someone may have information that could assist police in solving this crime. If you have information on this or any of other criminal offence that results in charges being laid, you qualify for an award of up to $2,000. Call Pembroke/Renfrew County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. You could help solve a crime. All tips remain anonymous and you will not have to attend court. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display. Telephones are answered 24 hours a day. Visit the new website at www. valleytips.ca.

Helping you is what we do.

AGENT ON DUTY

613-432-2333

gerryoneil@royallepage.ca

Sales Representative

Real Estate Broker

allisonmulvihill@royallepage.ca

mikecoulas@royallepage.ca

catherineoneil@royallepage.ca

613-433-2880

613-432-0092

613-432-0073

WATERFRONT ~ VIRGIN LAKE

3 ROBERT COLIN LANE

85 SENTENCE LANE, CALABOGIE

3079 BENNETT-LAFONT RD

Log post & beam 4 bdrm home. Great shoreline! Shows like new! Newer kit,2 baths, beautiful design and plenty of storage. Fully furnished!

• 3 Bedroom home situated on 6 ACRES just minutes to Renfrew • Spacious living room with dining area off kitchen, full bathroom with large tub, stand up shower & laundry + 2pc ensuite. • Private, metal roof, single detached insulated garage. Full unfinished basement with great potential for family room & another bedroom. Home needs some finishings.

$139,900 Sherri Cobus 613-432-1947

Contract 01-16 – Winter Sand Contract 02-16 – Granular ‘M’

$205,000 MLS# 969685

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613-432-1947

sherricobus@royallepage.ca

Catherine O’Neil

Mike Coulas

Sales Representative

•Wonderful 2 Bedrm mobile with addition in Lakewood Mobile Home Park. • Extensive updates including sunken living rm with gracious fireplace. • Steel roof, detached gar 28’X28’. Call for list of updates and to book your viewing!

716 CALVIN ROAD • Affordable“NEW”home in Haley Station on a very deep level lot. •Very functional floor plan with 2 bedrooms & 2 baths. Master bedroom patio door to wrap-around deck. • Fully finished lower level with very large family room. Quick closing possible!

Call Gerry O’Neil 613-432-2333 or Mike Coulas 613-432-0092

Sealed Tenders will be received at the Township Office until 4:00 p.m., Thursday, April 7th, 2016 for the following: 1. Supply and stockpile approximately 4,000 metric tonnes of winter sand. 2. Supply, crush and haul approximately 10,000 metric tonnes of Granular ‘M’ material. Tender forms must be picked up at the Municipal Office – 477 Stone Road, RR 2, Renfrew ON. Any additional information, please contact the undersigned. Envelopes should be clearly marked as to contents. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

Allison Mulvihill

Real Estate Broker

Broker of Record

TOWNSHIP OF ADMASTON/BROMLEY TENDERS

$325,000 MLS# 988080 Call Sherri Cobus 613-432-1947

263 FRANCIS ST. • Solid family home at an affordable price in a quiet established neighborhood • 3 beds, 1 bath, country sized kitchen with newer cabinets plus a dining room. Appliances included too! • Raise your family here with an oversized town lot at 162 feet deep! Very affordable utility costs.

$146,500 MLS# 948756 Call Mike Coulas at 613-432-0092

$235,900 MLS# 980244 Call Allison Mulvihill 613-433-2880

466 DOMINION ST. • Lovely neighbourhood for this 2 bedroom home. New bath. Garage. Full basement. • Updated windows, doors, flooring, shingles, gas fireplace. • Close to amenities! • Great location for commuters • You won’t be disappointed!

LP $166,500 MLS# 980695 Call Sherri Cobus 613-432-1947

WATERFRONT

552 SULLIVAN ST. HALEY STATION

41 COOPERHILL ROAD, GRIFFITH

90 PETER ST.

• Great little starter home! 2+1 bedroom. 1-4pc Bath. • Dining room, rec room, metal roof & garage. • Private backyard • Paved road, many updates. Just move in! • Immediate occupancy!

• Fantastic Waterfront Log Home on Centennial Lake with gradual slope to the water. • Turnkey with 3 bedrooms, open concept, wide wood plank floors, 2 baths, 2 wood stoves • New Roof & Propane Furnace, single garage, all furnishings & appliances included. Immediate Occupancy

• 3 bedrooms, gas furnace, central air & central vacuum. Original hardwood floors. Main floor laundry. • Deep 130 foot lot with plenty of room. Front & rear decks for sunrise & sunset! • Why rent when you can have all this at such a good price!

LP $139,500 MLS# 974822 Call Sherri Cobus 613-432-1947

$440,000 MLS# 961359 Call Allison Mulvihill 613-433-2880

108 CRESTVIEW DRIVE

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Chris Kunopaski Road Superintendent ckunopaski@admastonbromley.com (613) 432-3175 RR 2 Renfrew ON K7V 3Z5

Sherri Cobus

Gerry O’Neil

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Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week Pembroke/Renfrew County Crime Stoppers and the Upper Ottawa Valley detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are asking for public assistance in solving a break, enter and theft. Sometime between 5 a.m. on Wednesday Feb. 3 and 5 p.m. on Feb. 5, unknown suspect(s) broke into Huberts Lumber on Boundary Road in Laurentian Valley Township. Entry was forced into the building and once inside suspects stole a variety of tools including: • Mastercraft 14 inch chop saw • Impact socket set • Stihl chainsaw, model Magnum 440 • Stihl chainsaw Pro, model Pro 360 • 3 nail guns

613-432-8122 www.royallepageoneil.com

A 33-year-old Laurentian Valley man was found trapped under a vehicle and the County of Renfrew emergency services department was on-scene assisting. The man was pronounced deceased at the scene. The Ministry of Labor was notified and is investigating.

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Kidney donation changes Renfrew man’s life forever Tiffany Lepack

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The gift of life has given a Renfrew man a new lease on life. Don Shean had been waiting for a kidney transplant for more than four years. His life was forever changed in January when he received a donated kidney. “I’m just happy now to be back to normal,” said Don, fighting back tears at his kitchen table. His health issues came to the forefront when the couple was on vacation in Florida in February 2012 and Don fell ill. “When we were there he was always freezing and had lost his appetite,” said his wife Bonnie. “Obviously there was something wrong.” When they returned from their trip, he went right into the Ottawa General Hospital where he spent five days there before coming back to Renfrew. His creatinine level was 600; a high level like this means your kidneys are not working well. “My kidneys were working, but they were not filtering the garbage out,” explained Don. “The doctors said I was a medical mystery because they couldn’t understand why my levels were so off. My blood pressure was

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perfect and everything else was good.” He was having kidney reneal failure and had to have dialysis three times a week at Renfrew Victoria Hospital. “It’s probably as good of a dialysis unit you will find in Ontario,” said Don on the care he received in Renfrew. “They say it is the most up-to-date unit in North America and the staff was excellent.” “Out of 10 they were a 110,” added Bonnie. “They were all so kind.” He was told in 2012 that he would need a new kidney and had to wait four years to finally receive one. “I had two transplants lined up and they cancelled on me,” said Don. “The blood work didn’t match up perfectly.” While on the transplant list he said he felt fine. “I was healthy enough and everything was ok. I had a good appetite, but I still had to go for dialysis,” said Don. “It was time-consuming, not being able to go somewhere. I couldn’t do the things I wanted to do.” A very emotional Don wasn’t expecting the life-changing call he received on Jan. 25. “It was 4:55 p.m. I had a test coming up and I thought it was a reminder call for that,” said Don. See KIDNEY, page 21

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Don Shean sits at his home surrounded by get well and welcome home balloons. Shean recently received a kidney transplant.


Kidney transplant gives man gift of life Continued from Page 20

“They told me I had to go right then, be safe but get to the (Ottawa General Hospital).” “We were on cloud nine,” added Bonnie. “I can’t explain the emotions I was feeling; it was going to put my life back to normal,” finished Don. When he arrived at the hospital, they did blood work to ensure a match, which he says needs to be 99.9 per cent. His doctor received a call and left his room. “The doctor came back in and said it was a perfect match and everything was a go,” said a smiling Don as he remembered the life-changing moment. The operation took place the morning of Jan. 26 and his wife of 49 years came to visit once he was out of recovery. “I couldn’t believe when I saw him, he was sitting up with a big smile on his face,” said Bonnie. “A 1,000-lb. weight on my shoulders was gone.” The kidney donation came from a living donor, but they don’t know all of the details of the situation. “I don’t know if we will ever find out,” said Don. “In six months I can send the hospital a thank-you note and they will pass it on to the family.”

“It was a very generous donation,” added Bonnie. The procedure was a success and so far the doctors have been very pleased with all of his follow-up visits. “Nothing was taken out either. I have three kidneys. They hooked the new one up and it’s working 100 per cent.” He came home Feb. 2 and says everything has been excellent. Before his transplant his creatinine level was 985 and as of last week it was 154. “They are quite happy with my levels now.” The Sheans have lived in Renfrew since 1977 and Don is looking forward to golfing more this summer. He umpired baseball for 45 years and might do that again too. “I’m looking forward to having more freedom to get out.” Gift OF LIFE

As of February 24, according to the Trillium Gift of Life Network, there are five people from Renfrew waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant. Don signed a donor card more than 30 years ago and encourages others to become a donor. “(Organ donations) give you back a normal life, instead of spending three

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Community theatre offerings The Community Living Renfrew County South Drama Troup presented two one-act plays on March 3 at the Renfrew Recreation Centre: The Paper Bag Princess and Mortimer. The night was a big success with more than 150 giving the group a standing ovation. The cast is pictured just before the curtain went up: back row Eric, Teschke, Sharon Dellaire, Jason Baker, Stephanie Shipman, Jennifer Roche, Geraldine Prince, Stacey Leblanc, Jesse Collins, and Lawrence Mahusky. In the front row are Adam Boldt, Sarah Senack, Sean O’Neill, Andrew McQuade, Joanne Vincent, Rebekah Zimmerling, and Karen Moghaddam.

Drama is more than a fiveletter word Curtain up, light the lights, get ready to explore a fascinating drama program right here in Renfrew: Drama instructor Lawrence Mahusky is once again offering a course is filled with improv, voice, costumes, makeup, theatre sports and to top it off a showcase at the end for family and friends. “It’s not only fun but educational as well,” said Mahusky. “Make new friends who all agree that there is no business like show business. Now get your acts together and let’s get on with the creative arts program.” The course will run Saturdays from March 26 to May 28, 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Renfrew Recreation Centre. Cost to participage is $80 for residents of Renfrew/AdmastonBromley/Horton/Greater Madawaska and McNab-Braeside and $120 for residents outside of those townships. For more information or to register for this program, visit the town’s website, drop into the rec centre or call 613-432-3131. 22 The Renfrew Mercury - Thursday, March 10, 2016

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Furry friends are clapping their paws. Empties for Paws held its first ever bottle blitz the weekend of Feb. 20-21 and the community support was overwhelming. The drive and February collections raised $1,050 for Valley Animal Rescue along with $79 in Canadian Tire money. Gisele Villeneuve, who founded the collection project in Renfrew, was very thankful for the support of local residents. “The bottled drive blitz here in Renfrew was a huge success,” Villeneuve said in an e-mail. “The bottle drive blitz went really well. We were flooded with empties starting on the Friday here in Renfrew.” Since starting the ongoing bottle drive fundraiser, she has raised more than $10,000 for local rescues and has no plans on stopping to help local animals. “We’re going to do this again next February, but I think we will do it in October as well, after cottages are closed.” Kolby Johnson, a Grade 4 student at Queen Elizabeth Public School, used his Nobody Doll project to help support the animal cause. Johnson was able to raise $405. “We put an Empties for Paws necklace on the doll, some kitty socks with hearts and gave her a little stuffed dog,” said Villeneuve. “I also gave Kolby an Empties for Paws certificate of appreciation.” BOTTLE DRIVE ONGOING

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Time warp A Skating Trip Through Time Ice Show was held by the Renfrew Figure Skating Club at the Ma-Te-Way Activity Centre on March 5. More than 50 skaters participated including CanSkate, intermediate and seniors. Organizers say the show went really well with a great turnout and are thankful for the community support. Holly Quinn, 12 years-old, had a solo in the show. Here she warms up before the big event.

Time to kick it Horton style. Horton Township approved a motion on March 1 for a new minisoccer program for children under six years old to run this spring/summer. The idea came from resident Danielle McGregor who contacted Horton’s recreation program manager Kathleen Rogers. Volunteer with the program, Tina Hunt, was on hand to answer questions at the council meeting. Hunt says organizing a Horton Soccer league gives young players another opportunity to become active and involved in team play. “Soccer is a sport that anyone can learn and play,” Hunt said in an e-mail. “It also will give players a chance to socialize with other local kids.” All of the details for the program are currently being finalized. However, during the council meeting there was discussion to have the children play behind the Horton Community Centre at 1005 Castleford Rd. “The area is sufficient for kids to play on,” said Deputy Mayor Robert Johnston. “I would be willing to cut if and then the municipality could cut it after that.” Hunt was very pleased with council giving the program the green light. “Council was very enthusiastic about the idea and assisting with the organization of a soccer program. We have great recreation fa-

cilities in Horton Township and a council that really supports the use of them,” said Hunt. “It is exceptional that council supports and encourages the ideas brought forth by local residents and assists with the development of activities for our youth. The outpouring of support that we have gotten from local businesses to sponsor a team or donate funds towards the program is stunning.” The initial idea, after the field’s grass is cut, would be to have someone with a roller go over the area to make it level. “We still need to build a field and with enough volunteer help I am optimistic we can do this,” Rogers said in an e-mail. “We have a very motivated group of individuals bringing this program to life.” If the program is successful, the township would look into seeding it in the fall and other work to maintain it. The exact size of field they would need is also being looked into. REGISTRATION

There will be a soccer registration night on Wednesday, March 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Horton Community Centre for the undersix program. If there is enough interest, an under-eight program will also be considered. Cost per player is $60 and no user fee for non-Horton residents. For more information, contact Rogers at krogers@hortontownship.ca or McGregor at danielle_ mcgregor@hotmail.ca.


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Calabogie Peaks had a special visitor last Friday, March 4. One-time Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien took to the slopes with former RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke MP Hec Clouthier. After a stint as MP, Clouthier served as an advisor in the Prime Minister’s Office during Chrétien’s last term. Liz Murphy, the director of marketing at the Peaks, confirms Chrétien skis in Calabogie once or twice a year. “He’s a great skier,” said Murphy. “He adds a friendly environment because people love to chat with him and he’s so warm and personal.” The 82-year-old Chretien enjoyed a day of skiing and posed for photographs with other skiers. A Facebook photograph posted by Clouthier’s son Geoff and shared by the Peaks’ Facebook page noted: “Unbelievable day on a fantastic hill with good chum James Scott, my dad Hector Clouthier and his good chum former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien.” Chretien is known for his active

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Former Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Hec Clouthier, left, former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, James Scott and Geoff Cloutheir hit the slopes at Calabogie Peaks on March 4. lifestyle, so most weren’t surprised by his skiing exploits. Last year at 81 he was photographed water-skiing. A few years ago he went Whitewater rafting at Wilderness Tours and has frequently been photographed snowboarding, bicycling,

golfing, tossing a softball, dribbling a basketball, vaulting over walls and racing up stairs. The Peaks, buoyed by last week’s snowfall, is gearing up for March Break events, including Mardi Gras celebrations March 19.

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Pride earn bronze The Valley Pride Major Bantam AA basketball team won the bronze medal at the Mike O’Connor memorial tournament Feb. 6 and 7. It was the team’s second bronze medal of the season and they travelled to Kingston for another tournament on Feb. 27. The club involves players from both Arnprior and Renfrew between the ages of nine to 16. Pictured with their medals in the front row are Josie Doering, Halle McLean, Delaney Grey, Libby Hirst, Melanie Thompson and back row coach Kim Acres Scott, Amie Hartwick, Maggie Scott, Kaitlyn Barr, Summer Simons, Faith Guyea, and assistant coach Melissa Thompson. Missing from the photo is Morgan Barkey.


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The UOV under-14 ringette team is off to the provincial championships. It includes, in back from left, coach Tim Kluke, Grace Froats, Lilly Kluke, Katie Belsher, Andie Carson, Mikayla McAteer , Malorey Lambert, and coach Shane Lambert; and in front Brenna Cone, Hannah Hubert, Kailey Macleod, Alexia Gardner and on the floor Reese Mellema.

UOV girls Championship bound Upper Ottawa Valley (UOV)’s U14A ringette team has qualified for the provincial championships. Even with UOV’s long and storied history, it’s been over a decade since a team has qualified for the provincials. Not only did they qualify, the U14s will be going into the provincials as the sixth-ranked team, in the entire province. “It’s a very significant accomplishment for our team, and our association,” said head coach Shane Lambert. “At the beginning of the year, we set out a goal to go to the provincials, and whenever you set a goal and accomplish it through hard work, and determination, it really makes it worthwhile.” Along the way, the U14A team has collected one gold and one silver in tournaments. “We might not have the skill or the resources as some of the other teams from

large cities do, but we make it up in effort and hard work,” said Lambert. Most of the top ranked teams have three lines and five defencemen, with two goalies. UOV has two lines, four defencemen and one goalie. “Everything we have accomplished this year, has been done with our team staying true to our team slogan; focus and effort,” said Lambert. “It’s amazing what a team can accomplish if they focus on something, and then give a solid effort in doing it. And the results have proven that. “If at the beginning of the year, if someone would have told me that we would be the sixth best team in the province, even I would of said that might be a little of a stretch,” added Lambert. The U14A teams heads to provincials in Timmins in mid-March.

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Sport Renfrew continues community support Sport Renfrew secretary Michelle Miller recently made presentations to a number of individuals, including, from left, Shirley Ann Holley ($1,000 for the RVH Shake the Foundation); Dean Letourneau ($500 for hockey in Toronto); Jace Letourneau $1,000 for hockey in Italy); Sadie Brydges, Lacy Shea and Rhonda Runtz (Renfrew Skating Club $1,000); and Barry Martin for Autumn Leaves Retirement Home for seniors activity supplies ($170). Sport Renfrew bingos are held Sundays at 7 p.m. at the RCAF Wing.

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The County of Renfrew’s Healthy Kids Community Challenge recently hosted more than 100 participants at a Natural Play Spaces Conference in Pembroke. Speaking at the conference, funded through a grant by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and co-ordinated by the County of Renfrew Child Care Services Division, were Dr. Mark Tremblay and Dr. Michael Cheng from the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and Shawna Babcock from KidActive. Renfrew County Warden Peter Emon, the Healthy Kids Community Champion, opened the conference by congratulating the County of Renfrew on their collaboration and dedication to the challenge to date.

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Mixed champions crowned at RCC Andy Sklepowicz Behind the Glass

Eight teams battled for the mixed championships the weekend of Feb. 27 and when the dust settled a familiar team duplicated last year’s run to engrave their names on the trophy. The Bill Bowles bunch curled extremely well and rode the skipper’s hot hand to win the A-side, defeating the Andy Sklepowicz squad, the Brian Yolowskie crew and the Rob Warren rink to move directly into the championships. Also along the way, on opening day, Yolkowskie defeated McCallum, Lepack took down Marcella and Warren won over Valleau. Sklepowicz then ended McCallum’s day but then lost on last shot to lucky Lepack. Marcella finished off Valleau despite Valleau’s miracle shot for five earlier in the game. Marcella, in turn, met the same end, going down to Yolkowskie. The Sunday games were a great example of how good and exciting club curling can be as great shots abounded and games came down to clutch draws and great throws. On the A-side, the Bowles-Warren game was tight all the way and the eighth end featured great draws by both Louise Jamieson and Bowles to lie one behind cover. Warren tried a difficult game-winning angle raise takeout for the win. It was slightly off the mark but still managed to move the shot stone. However, when the rocks came to rest, it was still Bowles’ rock that

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Andy Sklepowicz (far left) presents the trophy to the mixed championship winning team of (from left) Rob Warren, Faye Warren, Dave Eady and Laurie Millar. was closest to the pin. On the B-side Yolkowskie defeated Lepack to face Warren, which produced another classic game and this time Warren made the last rock hit to win the B-side. In the championship round Warren got up on Bowles early and then kept Bowles chasing right up to his last rock. A difficult double tap raise proved unsuccessful and set the teams up for a winner-take-all, final game. The Bill Bowles rink with Louise Jamieson, Don Rouble and

Pam McFarlane ran out of steam in this key game. Two key shots by the Warren team decided the game as the skip made a tough doubleand-stick on last shot to take two in the second end. The Bowles’ team then lay three behind a deep guard, but a great Faye Warren double and some misses by the Bowles’ team led to a deciding four in the fifth frame for Warren and an eventual score of 8-3. Congratulations to this year’s mixed champs, Rob and Faye Warren, Dave Eady, and Laurie Millar.

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Central Public School’s Grade 6 teams gather for a group photo. From left, in front are Emily Armstrong, Jordan Stokes, RJ Vasquez-Acres, Connor Buffam, Riley Fielding, Devon Hunter and Josh Strudwick and in back, Abby Heaslip, Will Howard, Xavier Megrath, Austin Duncan, Maya O’Ryan, Makayla Whyte, Payton Bennett, Ryan Rye and Cadence Mosgrove.

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The Peewee Madawaska Mustangs girl’s hockey team struck gold in Brockville Jan. 29-31 in a three-day girl’s hockey tournament. What an impressive tournament they had, says supporters. In the first two games against Gloucester and Kemptville, the Mustangs ended up with two ties, both 1-1. In the last game of the preliminary round against Carleton Place, the Mustangs pulled off a 1-0 win with a nice end-to-end goal from Leah Benoit. Being in a such tight pool with all teams being very equally matched, Madawaska advanced to the semi-finals against the Kemp-

tville Storm. It was another hard fought battle and the Mustangs earned another win 4-2. The Mustangs had a few hours to prepare for the championship game, another contest against Gloucester. The Mustangs offense dug deep and battled hard and finally, in an end-to-end rush, Benoit placed the puck accurately in the top corner over the goalie’s glove to put her team ahead 1-0. Gloucester fought back but couldn’t get anything past Emma White who was solid in goal. Time finally wound down and the Mustangs won the championship game 1-0.

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Basketball action at QEPS Queen Elizabeth Public School hosted a Grade 6 tri-school basketball tournament Feb. 26. Students from QE joined Admaston and Central students for the event. At the end of the day following an overtime nailbiter against the QE red team, the big winners were Central’s team two. Top: Sam LaBossiere of QE tries to grab the ball from Central’s Austin Duncan. QE’s Hannah Hewitt and Central players Jordan Stokes and Emily Armstrong are also pictured.

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Ottawa trips made for happy memories MARY COOK

I’m not sure if Aunt Vanetta thought there might be a flicker of hope that one of us from out there in Renfrew County would become Catholic, but one Easter, she presented the five of us children with our own rosary. Mother, once a Catholic, said, “Isn’t that lovely,” and Father vowed to never again darken the door at 129 Lyon St.! Of course, that threat was short-lived. He liked Uncle Johnny, and I often saw him laugh so hard that the tears rolled down his face at the jokes and stories told around that kitchen table. Father smoking his pipe, and Uncle Johnny with a big fat cigar hanging loosely from his mouth. Often the big steam roller was parked in the yard beside the house, and it reeked of tar, and Uncle Johnny would let each of us country kids climb up behind the wheel, which was the biggest steering wheel I had ever seen, and he would start the engine just so that we could pull a rope that hung inside the cab. That tug would set off a horn that my sister Audrey said could probably be heard on the outskirts of Ottawa. And I would think how lucky was my cousin Richard to live at such a house where there was so much excitement! When it was time to head back to Northcote, I would be very quiet in the Model T and relive all the excitement that swirled around 129 Lyon St. Aunt Vanetta and her strong faith; Uncle Johnny, who, when he talked, could be heard two blocks away; and the various cousins and aunts, all living together under one roof. It was like going to another world. It would be many decades later that I saw 129 Lyon St. leveled to the ground to make way for a many-storied hotel, leaving me

County lodge raises funds for beds When Miramichi Lodge residents moved over to their new long-term care home in 2005, almost all the equipment was brand new, with the exception of the resident beds. Fast forward some 10 years later and these beds at the Renfrew County long-term care home in Pembroke were in need of replacement. The new ‘high/low’ bed model was selected as it allows the bed to be lowered very close to the floor - reducing the likelihood that a resident would sustain injuries getting out of bed. At the same time, this new model still allows the bed to be kept at a normal height

or even raised higher when providing care – making it ergonomically staff friendly. However, at a total cost of almost half a million dollars, this project was a longerrange target. But, thanks to the County of Renfrew/ City of Pembroke, Miramichi Lodge Auxiliary, Foundation, Alexandra Club, the Renfrew County Road Supervisors Association as well as all the community-minded individuals who supported the many fundraisers held, Miramichi Lodge has now replaced 100 per cent of the 166 resident beds. The home thanks these groups for their generous donations.

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Aunt Vanetta, I thought, looked exactly like the Queen. With a cloud of snow-white hair, the bluest eyes I had ever seen, and so different from Uncle Johnny, I often wondered what they saw in each other. With a bunch of other relatives, she lived at 129 Lyon St., all in separate apartments, and right next door to No. 2 Fire station. Goodness knows where everyone slept, because Aunt Lily and Uncle Dick and their son Richard, lived there too. I know all this because once we got the old Model T Ford in a trade, there was no stopping Mother from taking frequent trips into Ottawa and 129 Lyon St. How I loved to visit Aunt Vanetta and Uncle Johnny. It was said amongst the family that Aunt Vanetta practically lived at the Catholic Church a couple blocks away. Rain or shine, she went to Mass every morning without fail. Family gossip also said Uncle Johnny never darkened the church door! He said Aunt Vanetta went to enough masses to bless the entire length of Lyon Street. If we were lucky enough to be at 129 Lyon St. when she was going off to Mass (she often went in the middle of the day too), we were first treated to a lecture on the importance of being “once a Catholic, always a Catholic,” aimed directly at Mother, which didn’t sit well with Father, a staunch Lutheran! It wasn’t above Uncle Johnny, who drove a huge steam roller for the city of Ottawa, to let out a string of swear words, for no reason at all. The only one who seemed to take offense, or even notice, was Aunt Vanetta. And her little hand would flutter to her chest to make the sign of the cross. When I was alone, I tried to do it too, but I could never remember if you touched your forehead or your heart first. And I thought it was very important to get everything in order, or you’d get it from God! It wasn’t unusual to see Aunt Vanetta off in the parlour alone saying her beads, which I knew were called a rosary, while everyone else was in the kitchen sitting around the big oilcloth covered table. When the beads weren’t being fingered in her hands, they were kept in her spotlessly clean apron pocket.

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Marlene (nee Toman) January 18, 1938-March 2, 2016 Owner/Operator of The Goldbar, Arnprior Marlene passed away unexpectedly at her home in Castleford surrounded by family, following a brief illness, Wednesday March 2, 2016. She was 78. Beloved wife and best friend of Jack Hube of almost 60 years. Loving mother of Mark (Debbie), Scott (Christine) and Pam Hube (Garry Amm). Marlene was predeceased by an infant daughter Kelly. Much loved grandmother of Melissa, Joshua, Jessica, Natasha, Rachael, Emily, Mary, Brian, Darren and Jason. Dear sister of Bob Toman (Verle), Elaine Bundscho (late Ross, late Jim) and step-sister of Mike Mohr. Predeceased by her brothers Earl (Jean), Jim and Wesley Toman (Joan), step-brother Charlie Mohr (Jean) and step-sister Yvonne Humphries (Dave). Special aunt of Kim and her husband Norm and Tracie and will be missed by many other nieces and nephews. Marlene will be missed by her friends and neighbours, Carol and Stuart Nicholson. Daughter of the late Ranald Toman and Hannah Bierman. Visitations at the Boyce Funeral Home, 138 Daniel Street N., Arnprior Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. and after 10:00 Wednesday. A Memorial Service was held Wednesday March 9, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in the Boyce Chapel. A Reception followed in the Boyce Reception Centre. For those wishing, in memoriam donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the University of Ottawa Heart Institute and would be appreciated by her family. Condolences/Tributes/Donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca.

Ruth (nee McCanna)

The family of the late Theresa Mosseau, beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister, would like to extend our sincere thanks to family, friends and co-workers for your cards, e-mails, condolences, food, phone calls, floral and monetary donations. A very special thank you to Father John Burchat, Father Ryan, and Deacon Michael Lund for all of their visits to mom over the past months. Thanks also to Dr. Gordon and staff of the Arnprior District Memorial Hospital for your excellent care, and Boyce Funeral Home for your guidance and support. Sincerely, Loretta (Mosseau) Robillard And Families

Ruth St. Michael (nee McCanna) passed away peacefully at Groves Park Lodge on Sunday, February 28th, 2016. Survived by her brother Bob & Son Jeffrey, pre-deceased by her brothers Clarence, Donald, Ken, Roy and her sister Margaret. Much loved by many nieces & nephews, extended family and friends. Private Service to follow in the Spring. In memory of Ruth, donations to the Royal Canadian Legion would be appreciated.


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After a courageous battle with cancer, Linda Mary Letang died peacefully surrounded by family and friends on Tuesday March 1, 2016 in Renfrew, at the age of 66. She is survived by her beloved husband of 46 years, Doug Letang of Renfrew. She is the cherished daughter of Elizabeth McCarthy and the late Mervyn McCarthy. She will be forever remembered by her two children, her son Alan (Krystie) Letang, and daughter Karen (Steve) Proctor. Loving grandma of Ayden and Aiva Letang, Ryan and Owen Proctor. Dear sister, of Cindy (Ken) Noble, Basil (Fran), Mark (Terri) McCarthy and sister in law of Gerry (Judy), Barry and aunt to numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her sister, Joan Freeman. Linda requested to be cremated. There will be no visitation or service as per her wishes.There will be a private celebration of life at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to the care of the Goulet Funeral Home. Donations may be made in memory of Linda to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation, Oncology Unit. Online condolences/donations may be made at www.gouletfuneralhome.com

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4th Degree Knight, Knights of Columbus Renfrew Council 1916 It is with profound sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Bob with his family by his side on Monday March 7, 2016 at the age of 74 at Hospice Renfrew. Cherished husband, companion and friend of 49 years to Marian Lacourse. Loving Dad to Angela (Rob Pierman), John (Renee) and to chosen daughter, Peggy (Harold Adams). Proud poppa of Christopher, Elizabeth, Aidan, David, Nic, Katherine, and Natalie. Dear brother of Agnes (Earl) Bridge, Teresa (Bruce Connaughan), James (Patricia), Cecilia (Len Pickell), Marilyn Riopelle, Mary (Bud), Peter (Karen), Diana (Stan Karson). Predeceased by his parents Robert and Lucy Colterman and by his brothers Lawrence and Vincent. Robert will be sadly missed by the Lacourse family and all of his nieces, nephews and friends. Visitation will be held at the DACA Centre 111 Flat Road Dacre on Wednesday March 9th from 2-4, 7-9pm and after 9:00am Thursday. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Patrick’s Church, Mount St. Patrick on Thursday March 10th at 11:00am. Donations in memory of Bob, in lieu of flowers may be made to Hospice Renfrew or the DACA community centre. Arrangements entrusted to the care of the Goulet Funeral Home, Renfrew. Online condolences/donations: www.gouletfuneralhome.com

LEPINE Margaret Ann

Another angel has gone. Our beloved mother, Margaret Ann Lepine, passed away peacefully on Monday, February 29, 2016, in Hospice Renfrew with family by her side, at the age of 73 years. Beloved daughter of the late Omer & Rita Lepine . Predeceased by brothers Roger (late Eileen), Clayton and Joseph and sister Rita. She will be sadly missed by her loving partner of 32 years, Thomas Power as well as her children; Curry, Michael (Jane Anne), Roger (Heather), Lianne Lariviere, Cyndy (Glenn Parsons), Mark (Glenda), Patrick (Shelly) and her precious 19 grand children and 10 great grandchildren. Margaret also leaves to mourn her sisters DeeDee Lepine (Don Whitmore), Betty (Wayne Telford), Jeanette (late Gary Romain) and brother Johnny (Madeline). She is fondly remembered by Tommy’s children; Joan, Jim, Mary Ellen along with their spouses and children. Margaret will be missed by her Aunt Marie, numerous nieces and nephews, cousins, Bingo and camping friends and Betty & Matt Brown. Friends may call at Hayes Funeral Home, 134 Centre St, Shawville, Quebec on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 from 2-4 and 7-9 and Thursday from 9:30-10:30a.m. Mass of Christian Burial to Immaculate Conception Church, Bryson, Quebec for service at 11:00 a.m. Donations to Renfrew Hospice or Pembroke Regional Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Team would be appreciated. With tears of sorrow we cry each day. In angels’ arms you were carried away. Your memories of love and laughter shall not fade for inside our hearts you will always stay. www.hayesfuneralhome.ca

GILMORE, Timothy William “Tim” Suddenly at home on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at the age of 58. Loving father of Curtis Brown (deceased May 20, 2012). Grandfather of Skyler Riddell. Son of William Gilmore and the late Edwina (nee Blimkie). Dear brother of Philene Richard (Keith) and Jim Gilmore (Sharon). Loving uncle of Chantel Richard (Dylan Dagg). At Tim’s request, a graveside service will be held in the spring. Cremation has taken place. Donations in Tim’s memory may be made to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation or the charity of your choice. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca

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Peacefully in hospital on Friday, February 26, 2016 in her 92nd year. Beloved wife of Clarance. Dear mother of Lynda Mulligan (late David) and Wayne (Marilou). Loving grandmother of Ryan (Stephanie) and Reid. Sister of Jean Henderson (Hartley). Predeceased by her sister Blanche Tarling (late Arthur). Friends attended a visitation at the Kars Chapel of Tubman Funeral Homes, 1610 Roger Stevens Dr., Kars on Monday, February 29th from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral service was held in the chapel on Tuesday, March 1st at 11 a.m. Spring interment Rideauvales Cemetery. Those wishing may make memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Cancer Society. Condolences, donations or tributes may be made at www.tubmanfuneralhomes.com.

Passed away suddenly on March 4, 2016 in hospital. Clare Of Richmond, ON., in his 86th year. Beloved husband of Irene (nee Giles). Much loved father to Paul of Richmond, ON., Rodney (Debbie) of Perth, ON., Karen of Richmond, ON., and Dale (Lisa) of Kinburn, ON. Proud grandfather to Travis of Perth, ON., Shane of Stittsville, ON., also Tim and Kyle of Kinburn, ON. Survived by his siblings Ann (Bob), Charlie (Debbie), Elaine (John), Mary, also brother-in-law Elford, as well as his nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, brothers and brothers-in-law Menzie and Ivan. Family and Friends Visited C. R. GAMBLE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL INC. 127 Church St., Almonte, ON 613-256-3313 On Monday, March 7, 2016 from 2-4 pm & 6-8 pm. Chapel Service was held on Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 11am. Reception followed at the Almonte Legion. Spring interment at St. George’s Anglican Church Cemetery in Clayton, ON. Donations in memory of Clare may be made to St. John’s Anglican Church in Richmond, ON., or a charity of your choice. Condolences & Tributes: www.crgamble.com

Jim passed away peacefully surrounded by his children, on March 2, 2016, at the age of 62 after a courageous battle with cancer. Beloved husband and best friend of Colleen (Turner), loving father (Pops) to Laura (Chris), and Thomas (Florina). Cherished grandpa to Elizabeth and Joseph. Predeceased by his parents Joseph and Rose Legree, and his brother Edward of Renfrew. Survived by sisterin-law Carol Legree. He will be sadly missed by the Turner clan, along with his many nieces, nephews and friends. Private family service was held on March 3, 2016. In lieu of flowers please make donations in memory of Jim to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation online at www.zohrfuneralhome.com You will be forever in our hearts.

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CARSON – In Loving memory of Brandon (B.J.) Carson, March 12, 2013. Those special memories of you Will always bring a smile, If only I could have you back For just a little while. Then we could sit and talk again, Just like we used to do, You always meant so very much, And always will do too. The fact that you’re no longer here, Will always cause me pain, But, you’re forevery in my heart. Until we meet again, Love always, Kevin, Connie, Mamma & Grandma Carson

JANET ROBERTSON June 12, 1964 - March 11, 2015 There are no words to tell you Mom What losing you has meant But now each day brings memories Of happy years we spent You’d want us all to smile again And that’s just what we do Every time we reminisce With loving thoughts of you You’re with us when Each new day dawns And when we say Goodnight Our guardian angel here on earth And Heaven’s shining light We miss you Always on our minds Forever in our hearts Love April, Alyssa and Amber

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BOBBY “BOB” HASS March 14, 2013 We have only your memory, dear Bob To remember our whole life through But sweetness will linger forever, As we treasure the image of you. “Just wish you were here” Always in our hearts and sadly missed Love the Family

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For significant supply and installation work opportunities at the Canadian Forces Housing Association in Petawawa on behalf of Carillion Canada Inc. We are currently seeking experienced local sub-contractors interested in working on various Projects ranging from $25,000 to $165,000 each in value during 2016. Examples of the types of projects that may be available for pricing are:• Cold Cap rooms • Window Wells • Garages • Overhead Door Canopies • Dry well • Sheds To express your interest, either visit Becky Downey in our local office at 2147 Petawawa Boulevard, Pembroke, Ontario, or send an email to: RFPBID@carillion.ca by 15 March 2016. Interested sub-contractors will be invited to take part in the RFP process for the projects when they are issued during the year and will also be required to work with Carillion to become one of their accredited sub-contractors. CLR667774_0303

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“New” Volunteer Driver Positions Available Are you looking for something to do? Recently Retired? Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home Program Inc. is actively recruiting volunteers who have a passion of giving back to the community by becoming an “In Town Seniors Transportation Volunteer Driver” by providing door to door personal assistance to seniors of our community. ➢ Choose your own weekly volunteer day (Monday to Friday) ➢ One day per week for 4 hours (10:00am to 2:00pm) ➢ Driving a company vehicle ➢ Consider joining our dedicated team of community volunteers All volunteer drivers will be required to; ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢

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Celebrate maple syrup – the Valley’s first crop of the year Foodland Ontario is encouraging people to experiment with new ways to cook with maple syrup, one of the Ottawa Valley most coveted resources. In a news release, it asks residents to “embrace Ontario’s food heritage with a trip to HELP WANTED

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io. During Ontario’s maple harvest season, mid-February to early April, more than two million litres of syrup is produced. With more than $32 million in maple product sales last year, Ontarians aren’t just using this natural sweetener to top their pancakes anymore, but are in a variety of new and unique ways. Foodland Ontario is suggesting Ontarians experiment in their kitchens with new and exciting recipes such as maple and mustard pork tenderloin, maple chicken with napa salad, maple-garlic spareribs and cabbage, and maple baked beans. Maple syrup, made from the sap of primarily sugar, black, soft and red maple trees, is a completely natural product with no additives, and is a source of several vitamins and minerals. On Jan. 1, amended maple regulations CAREER OPPORTUNITY

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came into effect on how maple syrup is graded, classified and labelled. Maple weekend festivities run April 2-3 in various locations around the province and the 40th annual Perth Festival of the Maples is set for April 30. “Ontario is famous for its delicious maple syrup and we encourage all Ontarians to try locally produced, quality maple syrup at either a local maple syrup producer or one of our upcoming Maple Weekend events,” said Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Associatin president Terry Hoover. “Everyone is welcome to stop by one of our sugar bushes, see maple syrup being made and take a tour around the operation. To find out more about our Maple weekend events and sugarbush locations, visit OntarioMaple.com.”

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PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKERS PART TIME & MATERNITY LEAVE TERM (Competition #16-23) SUMMER RELIEF: MAY—SEPTEMBER 2016 (Competition #16-24) Qualifications:  Personal Support Worker Certificate or equivalent as per O. Reg. 79/10 of the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007  Certificate – Food Safety Awareness Program recognized by a Public Health Unit  The ability to work any shifts, be available for short-notice call-ins and to maintain regular attendance is required Note: Nursing students currently enrolled in an accredited Ontario college or university who have successfully passed their first year of the BScN or PN course will be eligible to apply for summer relief positions. Hiring is dependent upon submission of proof of successful completion of the student’s current school year, as well as active enrollment status within the BScN or PN programs.

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The successful candidate will perform research and analysis on legislation, policy and information documents; coordinate and monitor special projects; administratively coordinate Township Council and Committee meetings, including attending said meetings and taking minutes; act as initial contact for planning questions from the general public and circulate applications under the Planning Act. Duties also include general office duties. The ideal candidate will possess a Post-Secondary office administration diploma with high efficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and excellent oral and written communication skills as well as a minimum of five years of Office Administration experience preferably in municipal government. Successful completion of AMCTO’s Municipal Administration Program (MAP) or Primer on Planning (POP) program will be considered an asset. For more information on our beautiful Township, visit our website at www.hortontownship.ca .

The 2016 job rate is $40,035 to $45,060. The position has a comprehensive benefits package. A detailed job description is available upon request.

Interested and qualified applicants are invited to forward a confidential resume, detailing current qualifications along with a covering letter by 12:00 pm, Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016, via email to: mmclaren@hortontownship.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those considered for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information will be collected for the principal purpose of determining an applicant’s eligibility for potential employment. The Township of Horton is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodation for an applicant with a disability will be provided upon request.

FOOD SERVICE WORKER—SUMMER RELIEF: MAY—SEPTEMBER 2016 (Competition #16-25) Qualifications:  Certificate – Food Service Worker Program, as approved by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and recognized by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care OR Diploma – Cook/Chef course from an established college or have attained Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program status or an equivalent program as determined by the employer  Certificate – Food Safety Awareness Program, as approved by a Public Health Unit  The ability to work any shifts, be available for short-notice call-ins and to maintain regular attendance is required Compensation: $23.13—$23.63 per hour. No benefits.

HOUSEKEEPING / LAUNDRY AIDE—SUMMER RELIEF: MAY—SEPTEMBER 2016 (Competition #16-26) Qualifications:  High school graduate or equivalent combination of education and experience  Knowledge and experience of housekeeping / laundry operations  The ability to work any shifts, be available for short-notice call-ins and to maintain regular attendance is required Compensation: Housekeeping Aide — $24.03—$24.37 per hour. Laundry Aide — $22.48—$22.99 per hour. No benefits.

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The Township of Horton is located 65 km west of Ottawa along Hwy 17 and situated between the Ottawa River and the Town of Renfrew. The Township is looking for an Administrative/Planning Assistant. Reporting to the CAO/Clerk, the Administrative /Planning Assistant provides clerical support to the CAO/Clerk and Council.

Please send your resume, stating applicable competition number by 4:00 p.m., Thursday, March 17, 2016 to: Human Resources, County of Renfrew 9 International Drive, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5 EMAIL: hrinfo@countyofrenfrew.on.ca (in MS Word or pdf format) Thank you for your interest, however, only applicants considered for an interview will be contacted. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the selection process. Applicants must make their needs known in advance. Information collected will be handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

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Irish food Sunday at St. Paul’s for fans of St. Patrick

The St Patrick’s luncheon this Sunday, March 13 at St Paul’s Anglican church in Renfrew is designed to honour one of the world’s most favourite saints. Why is St. Patrick of Ireland one of the world’s most popular saints, you ask? Well let’s learn a bit about him to see if we can figure this out. It was an act of defiance that changed the course of a nation. Patrick lit a fire in pagan 5th century Ireland, ushering Christianity into the country. So how does lighting a fire first make one a saint and two make one popular? Who was this man who became the patron saint of Ireland? Ireland was a beautiful island shrouded in terrible darkness. Warlords and druids ruled the land. Patrick was born into a Christian family. His father was a dea-

con; his grandfather a priest. But Patrick, from an early age, didn’t have any serious interest in religion. At that time, he was practically an atheist. When he was 14 or so, he was captured by Irish pirates and taken to Ireland as a slave to herd and tend sheep. At the time, Ireland was a land of Druids and pagans, but Patrick turned to God and in so doing he wrote: “The love of God and his fear grew in me more and more, as did the faith, and my soul was rosed, so that, in a single day, I have said as many as a hundred prayers and in the night, nearly the same. “I prayed in the woods and on the mountain, even before dawn. I felt no hurt from the snow or ice or rain.” When he was 20, he escaped after having a dream from God in which he was told to leave Ireland

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by going to the coast. There he found some sailors who took him back to Britain and was reunited with his family. Later Patrick saw another vision which he described this way: “I saw a man coming, as it were from Ireland. His name was Victoricus, and he carried many letters, and he gave me one of them. I read the heading: ‘The Voice of the Irish’. “As I began the letter, I imagined in that moment that I heard the voice of those very people who were near the wood of Foclut, which is beside the western sea and they cried out, as with one voice: ‘We appeal to you, holy servant boy, to come and walk among us’.” Patrick studied and was sent to take the Gospel to Ireland by the Catholic church. When he arrive he found that he had arrived in an Ireland of tribal-

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Now is a great time to try something new, and the Admaston-Bromley Public Library (ABPL) has the perfect new experience. Try downloading free e-books and audiobooks using the library’s new app, Overdrive. You can download the app to almost any device, including desktop computers or smartphones. You just need your library card. If you haven’t got a card yet, visit your local library. You can find the links you need to download the app on ABPL’s Facebook page or website: www.admastonbromleylibrary.com. Visit the library on Monday or Wednesday evenings if you need some training on Overdrive. With your library card as your passport, more new adventures await you when you visit the library’s new website and check out its e-resources. You’ll find free databases like Mango Languages, which can teach you

22 languages using actual conversations or World Travel A-Z, which gives you access to a database of maps and travel information to more than 200 cities. World Book and World Book Junior, Ancestry Online, and NoveList are other databases also available to patrons for free - just go to the website and follow the links to the E-Resources page. There are always new books and DVDs to enjoy, including all of the 2016 Canada Reads titles. One way you can find out what titles are available at the library is by visiting the online catalogue, which you can access from the website. Knitting classes on Mondays from 6:30-8 p.m. are free and open to patrons who want to learn a new skill. Children might meet some new friends if they visit the library on Wednesday, March 16 from 10:30 a.m. to noon for a March Break Kids’ Party. Any questions contact info@admastonbromleylibrary.com or call 613-649-2576.

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There is no sugar coating it! Living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) isn’t a cakewalk. In fact, patients with this diagnosis struggle to make 600 decisions every day just to keep their blood sugars in check. That’s why Renfrew Victoria Hospital (RVH) recently hosted a group of people living with the disease to connect, talk about strategies to better manage their sugar levels, and provide a forum to express frustrations and success stories. Donna Reid, dietitian with the diabetes program at RVH, says the presentation was geared to a very vulnerable (and sparse) population - people who are under 30 years old living with Type 1 Diabetes. “They may have had diabetes from a young age or they may have been diagnosed in their 20s, but they all struggle to manage the many aspects of keeping blood glucose at reasonable levels without too many low blood sugar events,” she explains. This is a challenging time of life as many are in school, starting out on their own, or starting families. They want to be active, social and limit the restrictions that accompany T1D. To help provide inspiration and introduce new resources to local patients, Reid and Claire Zanetti, RVH’s certified diabetes educator, reached out to one of their insulin pump manufacturing companies with a request for support to bring two guest speakers to RVH. The discussion held on Feb. 11 featured Adam Elliot and Michelle Sorensen. It was attended by 16 patients and support people - a few of the patients had never been in a room with other fellow T1D pa-

tients before. Elliot, who was diagnosed with T1D at age 12, is now a 21-year-old university student. He shared his story and how he has developed a support system amongst his friends so that they know what to do if he runs into trouble with low blood sugar levels. Sorensen is a clinical psychologist who also happens to live with T1D. She helped the patients understand the process of accepting diabetes in your life and the impact of stress and anxiety as a factor in managing the disease. There were also a few tools she provided based upon cognitive behavioural therapy techniques. Her approach is to better equip patients to change negative thoughts about diabetes so those thoughts don’t become a barrier to living life to its fullest. Reid and Zanetti report that this educational event was extremely valuable to the patients; plans are in the works to hold a similar discussion aimed at all age groups. “We also have a member from the community offering to start a support group, something that Renfrew has not had in the past,” Reid adds. After the session, Sorenson shared how important these types of discussions are - especially to young people: “Our T1 friends really need this support and it’s lovely to see them benefitting.” “Our certified diabetes educators, Donna and Claire have offered great services to our patients over the years and this new initiative is another fine example of focusing on the needs of our patients and families,” said RVH CEO, Randy Penney.

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the sanctuary at Trinity-St. Andrew’s United Church for the next two Sundays, March 13 and 20. Each card package contains an original painted post card-sized nature scene, watercolour, mounted on stationary and includes an envelope ready for mailing or gift-giving. One hundred per cent of the proceeds go to feed the hungry – 50 per cent to the Renfrew and District Food Bank and 50 per cent to the mission and ser-

vice fund of the United Church of Canada. The price of each card is $10. If you buy two you can choose a third free of charge. All previous sales have been sell-outs and the artist has already donated thousands of dollars to feed the hungry. Buyers will be able to choose from a selection of more than 100 cards.

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WHAT MAKES THE UPPER OTTAWA VALLEY A GREAT PLACE TO WORK AND LIVE? The staff at the Resort believe that living in the Upper Ottawa Valley is a privilege! Working in the area is appreciated as commuting is much easier and only realized when we have to go to the city for a day. The hospitality of the people in the Greater Madawaska area have a way of convincing visitors that this could be their country home!

Calabogie Lodge Resort FOUR SEASONS OF FAMILY FUN

729 Mill Street, P.O. BOX 220, Calabogie, ON K0J 1H0 Canada Telephone: 613.752.2676 Fax: 613-752-0037 www.calabogielodge.com info@calabogielodge.com Open 8 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. daily

Lodge Resort is often called “the best kept Nestled in the heart of the Upper Ottawa Valley, Calabogie and relaxation meet adventure right in secret” of the area. It’s a four-season playground where serenity the village of Calabogie. looking for comfort and enjoyment in The well-appointed generous sized villas are perfect for families such as pool, tennis courts, free wi-fi and a safe environment. The Resort property features amenities hot tub and exercise room are always popular fitness centre and beachfront. The indoor salt water pool, windows in the pool area make the pool with guests young and old. The retractable roof and numerous during the spring\summer. The infrared and indoor hot tub a treat during the fall\winter and refreshing area for easy access. sauna, change rooms and washroom are located in the pool the pool and hot tub, an enhancement to This spring, the tropical pool area received upgrades to both this much appreciated amenity. away provide some of the offsite activities. Nearby golf courses and the local ski hill located only minutes bringing their own groceries and inviting all As well, Calabogie Lodge Resort guests have the option of for travellers looking for adventure, fun, their friends or family to come and visit. This location is great relaxation, while keeping their travel experience affordable.

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WHAT IS THE ‘BIG ATTRACTION’ IN YOUR COMMUNITY? Calabogie Lake, is one of the cleanest man-made Lakes in Ontario. Easily accessible during all seasons, the lake provides 9 square miles of water activities.

The location of Calabogie Lodge makes it a perfect getaway for water enthusiasts. Leisure drives, waterside picnics or the singing of the loons provide an abundance of Mother Nature at her best. At your doorstep and easily accessible from the resort, the mountainous terrain and historic K & P railroad line make rock climbing, cycling, hiking, snowmobiling and ATV’ing popular sports.

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children’s activities, swimming pools, tennis, jacuzzi, golf and bicycles as well as spa and exercise facilities. Other features may include boating, skiing, restaurants and equestrian facilities on-site or nearby.

WHEN DID YOUR BUSINESS START? It was a fishing and hunting lodge in the early 1900’s to 1975, which catered to visiting Americans. Then became a popular hot spot, operating as a Restaurant\ bar & hotel until 1987. Since the late 80’s, Vacation WHAT IS YOUR BUSINESS ‘BIG Ownership has transformed the resort to a much ATTRACTION’ (SIGNATURE SERVICE)? desired destination in the Upper Ottawa Valley. While many guests rent units at Calabogie Lodge, Vacation Ownership is our big attraction. Many PEOPLE WOULD BE SURPRISED TO KNOW? guests visit us as a result of being a Vacation Owner a Vacation Ownership & Rental property, over from over 5000 RCI Resorts worldwide. We have over As 1,000 families each year visit Calabogie Lodge. 1500 satisfied members who stay at the Lodge or The Resort through the exchange company receives exchange within the RCI network for a low annual worldwide exposure, making it the top Resort in fee. With vacation ownership, members have Eastern Ontario. Calabogie Lodge Resort is honoured the opportunity to purchase condominium-style with the RCI Silver Crown Resort® Award Based on accommodations at quality resorts offering an array our exchange guests’ feedback. Another little known of amenities in popular domestic and international is we are only 1 hour drive from Ottawa and destinations. Millions of owners have found spacious fact 2 hours from Kingston. floor plans and home-like amenities very attractive when compared with traditional hospitality products. TO RECEIVE A 15% RENTAL DISCOUNT AVAILABLE Vacation ownership makes you take that vacation MAY & JUNE. USE PROMO CODE: EXPLORE 2130 each year! Resort amenities often rival those of top-rated resort properties and may include

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ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 Without your knowledge, you have made it to the top of a very influential person’s list. This can only mean good things for your future, Aries. Be proud of yourself. TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 Friends and family who seem meddlesome may have more noble motives, Taurus. Give these loved ones the benefit of the doubt and be glad they care so much. GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, a big project means you will be working with others in the week ahead. Put your best foot forward and be receptive of others’ ideas and suggestions. CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, you are full of energy this week, but for whatever reason you are still holding back. Don’t be afraid to unleash that energy and get to work. Others will be impressed. LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23 Mull an invitation before responding this week, Leo. You can find both pros Here’s How It Works: and cons to accepting the invitation, and taking the time to consider it will ensure you make the right call. Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric Virgo, a healthy sense of ambition will move a project along much more clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle! quickly than you or others had imagined. Once the work is done, you’ll have plenty of time to relax. 42 The Renfrew Mercury - Thursday, March 10, 2016

LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 A person from your past may come into your life, Libra. He or she stirs up old emotions, and you may need to take a step back in a current relationship. Think things over carefully. SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, your ambition is growing, but you are already beginning to feel overwhelmed. You may need to put the brakes on any new endeavors for a little while. SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 Any business transactions you make this week can have a lasting effect on your financial status, Sagittarius. This means carefully considering every purchase. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, expenses are piling up, and soon your stress levels may be rising as a result. You can use a dose of good news, and it’s coming this week. AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Someone is rubbing you the wrong way, Aquarius. Just walk away and don’t let this person get under your skin. Taking the high road will serve you best in the long run. PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, the week ahead is full of promise. Your energy levels are soaring, and you are poised to meet new people and make things happen. 0310


Local events and happenings over the coming weeks — free to non-profit organizations Fax: 613-432-6689, E-mail: tlepack@metroland.com The deadline for submissions is noon Friday. The Mercury community calendar is a free service for not-for-profit groups. Include a daytime contact name and phone number for clarification. No posters, please.

Trinity-St. Andrew’s United Church, 291 Plaunt St. S., is hosting a community supper at 4:30 p.m. Please join us for food and fellowship. Freewill offering at the door. Please call the office at 613-432-2285 for info.

RCAF Wing Tuesday Night Darts for Fun. Every Tuesday evening in the Roundel Lounge. Cost is $2. No skills required just Fun! Call the Lounge for details at 613-432-9155

You are invited to a farmer’s breakfast in support of the Heavy Horse Show - Cobden Fair, Cobden Agricultural Hall, Cobden Fair Grounds from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Cost for children is $5 and adults $7.

RCAF Wing bingo every Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the main hall. Great prizes! Food and snacks available at the canteen. Sport Renfrew bingo starts at 7 p.m. every Sunday at the RCAF Wing. Seniors in your community need you. Become a volunteer Driver or Meals on Wheels volunteer today. For more info or to register, call 613628-2354 (Eganville Seniors). Unlike a job you can drive as little or as much as you want.

MARCH 10 The Burnstown WI meeting will be at the Burnstown United Church at 7 p.m. Guest speaker will be Charlotte Leitch. She will be speaking on downsizing. It’s an afternoon of Irish music at the Golden Age Activity Centre. Begins with lunch at noon $6 for shepherd’s pie. Entertainment starts at 1:30 p.m. with Katie Skerkowski and the Leprechauns Bob Schwartz and Kent Smith. Support the Centre and have a great time.

MARCH 11 Community soup day 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. homemade soup, bread, cheese, drink and dessert, Trinity United Church, 1982 Forester’s Falls Rd., Forester’s Falls. Cost $6. Everyone welcome. Come and enjoy lunch with your friends and neighbours!! Golden Age Activity Centre will be having a grilled cheese lunch for $4 at noon. Music with Barry, Rita and Richard will follow at 1 p.m. Plan to attend and enjoy the afternoon. Annual St. Patrick’s soup and sandwich luncheon fundraiser. Cost $8 per person. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Entertainment by Guy Jamieson and friends, 30 Bell St., Eganville Seniors Centre. For more information, call 613-628-2354.

MARCH 12 Celebrate St Pat`s at the DACA center noon to 6 p.m. Fiddlers, step dancers and singers. Emcee is Dai Bassett. Irish stew served all day long. The next Anishaanabe Cultural Circle will be held in Renfrew at Trinity St. Andrew’s United Church, 291 Plaunt St. South from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone interested in learning about native culture in the Valley is invited to come out. Please bring a dish for potluck and a hand drum or rattle if you have one.

MARCH 13

St. Patrick’s Day Party, at Horton Community Centre, door open at 1 p.m., music begins at 1:30 p.m. with entertainment by Dai Basset and baked potato bar.

Groves Park Lodge St. Patrick’s Day Spaghetti Supper from 5 to 7 p.m. Gem Hall - 470 Raglan St. N, featuring Dennis Harrington and friends. $9 eat-in or take-out. Call 613-432-5823, ext. 113 to place your take-out orders. All proceeds go to the resident’s fund. Celebrate St. Patrick ’s Day at the Golden Age Activity Centre with Frank Campbell and friends. The fun begins at 1 p.m.

MARCH 18 Horton Community Centre Country Dance featuring Ray Kohlsmith and Friends, $10 per person, light lunch served. Tickets available at the door or in advance at Scott and Sons Hardware Renfrew.

St. Paul’s Anglican Church Renfrew is hosting an Irish luncheon starting at noon Renfrew County Fiddlers’ will be hosting a post St. Patty’s dance from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Renfrew Canadian Legion. Admission: $6 nonMARCH 15 members. Wear your green for the St. Pat’s Party at the Golden Age Activity Centre beginning at noon The Training and Learning Centre is hosting with an Irish stew lunch $6. Guy Jamieson and a Dessert Auction fundraiser at the Eganville Legion, 57 Veterans Way. Preston Cull, aucfriends will keep your toes tapping and have tioneer, proceeds go to improving literacy in you dancing beginning at 1 p.m. All proceeds Renfrew County. Entertainment, prizes, raffle, to the centre. and homemade desserts, viewing at 6 p.m. and auction starts at 7 p.m. MARCH 16

MARCH 19 The Upper Ottawa Genealogical Group will hold a meeting at their library, 222 Dickson Street, (corner of Maple) Pembroke at 10:30 a.m. Jackie Patterson and Betty Almon-Felhaber will speak on ‘Beginning DNA Research’. What you can expect to get from the major research companies and the cost. Everyone welcome St Patrick’s Day stew dinner, Calabogie United Church hall, 1044 Madawaska St. in Calabogie from 1 to 4 p.m. Cost: adults $10, children six to 10 $5 and children five and under free.

MARCH 20 Ladies Auxiliary cards at the Renfrew Legion, 1 p.m. Cost $8 includes light lunch. Dacre and Area Community Association (DACA) is holding an Easter Bingo at 7 p.m. Cost is $15 for five cards for the night. Join us for an evening of fun and friendship. Trinity-St. Andrew’s United Church, 291 Plaunt St. S. is hosting a ‘Messy Church’ event from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Please joins us for stories, activities, and dinner. Freewill offering at the door. Please enter via Quarry Street entrance.

The Renfrew Refugee Welcome Group is hosting a public meeting at 7 p.m. at Trinity-St. Andrew’s United Church with a presentation by Chéla Breckon, project manager for the Local Immigration Partnership (LIP) in Renfrew County. Chéla’s current focus is on helping communities in Renfrew County to welcome Syrian refugee families fleeing the crisis in Syria. All are welcome. March Break Party at the Library: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Admaston-Bromley Public Library from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Kids ages four to 10 are welcome. Join us for crafts, snacks, games, and stories. Please RSVP on Facebook or via email: info@admastonbromleylibrary.com St. Patrick’s day lunch at noon at the Denbigh/ Griffith Lions Hall Hwy #41, Griffith $7. Call 613-333-2366 or 613-333-1082 to reserve your spot. Paramedics on site to do Wellness Clinic from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Northern Lights Seniors meeting at 1 p.m. and entertainment after. Horton Township U6 soccer registration from 6 to 8 p.m. at Horton Community Centre, 1005 Castleford Rd., $60 per player

MARCH 17 The Renfrew Silver Seniors are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at the Renfrew Legion with music by Dennis Harrington & Friends 1 to 4 p.m. Irish Stew will be served at 4 p.m., cost $10, tickets available from Pat at 613-649-2756, members only. Irish stew supper at Glasgow United Church from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Freewill donation. The Renfrew Mercury - Thursday, March 10, 2016 43


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