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Among them is a promise that everyone on minimum wage will "pay zero tax" which he said amounts to $850 per person per year. He will also add 15,000 longterm care beds by the second mandate, and 15,000 more in 2024, he said. Some further points he raised with the crowd include: • For 15 years Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne has been "destroying this province" • Ontario has the highest subnational debt in the world • He will lower hydro rates because "people have to choose between heating and eating" • Hydro One's top executive is paid $16,000 per day, and his "crony buddies" get $14 million bonuses "of your money" • He will hire an external

auditor to find out "who's been getting rich off your money, and they will be held accountable" • Every single Grade 6 math student taking standardized tests will be in the highest percentile in the world • The sex education curriculum will be replaced because it didn't consult parents • On Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, he'll "fix his little red wagon" Ford, considered the front-runner to win the June 7 election, promised some relief for small businesses, while describing his possible government as responsible, transparent, and accountable. "A new day will dawn on Ontario, a day of prosperity, of growth. We will once again be the engine of Canada," he said. "This is a movement like I've never seen in 30 years."

He was joined on stage by area MPP John Yakabuski. The two raised hands together. While Ford has packed houses in larger communities, for a town of about 8,000 the turnout is considered very high. Area MP Cheryl Gallant was at the rally and said she wasn't surprised. She talked to many in the crowd and said they want to know Ford the man and hear about policies that will affect children. Asked why he chose Renfrew on the first day of the election, Gallant said Renfrew County is a unique area unlike cities, unlike the north and south. Nepean MPP Lisa MacLeod was also on hand. She said it is an important signal that Ford chose to visit a rural riding on his first day. She suggested the Liberal government ignored rural needs but that a PC government will give it attention.

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TIFFANY LEPACK tlepack@metroland.com The acting fire chief for the Town of Renfrew, Tim Hill, says the department is doing well after a shocking week. On May 7, the town announced a new policy that makes it mandatory for fire chiefs to retire at the age of 60, forcing 26-year veteran Guy Longtin out of his job. Hill said he does believe in mandatory retirement at 60 for any firefighters in suppression duties as it is a safety issue and legislated by the province. Hill, who is 55 years old, was born and raised in Renfrew and has been a firefighter in the town for 34 years. He says he is still trying to figure out his duties. "Everyone is doing well. It was a shock and will defi-

nitely be a bit of an adjustment period for everyone, for sure," said Hill. "Everyone was very surprised. We are looking forward to the future. I know we have a great department and whoever is the new chief the guys will work with them 100 per cent." Mayor Don Eady and Reeve Peter Emon addressed the firefighters on Tuesday. "We had a free and open discussion," said Emon. "They were surprised but we had a good discussion and they see this as a new opportunity." Hill thinks the town will move quickly in the hiring process. "We have a great fire department and no matter who takes the role as chief, the citizens of Renfrew will have a great level of protection by their department," said Hill.

Town sticks to fire chief decision TIFFANY LEPACK tlepack@metroland.com The town is not backing down in its response to former fire Chief Guy Longtin's demands. On Monday, May 14 at 11:37 a.m. the Town of Renfrew issued a news release in response to Longtin's demands, which included having his job reinstated and the resignation of Mayor Don Eady. Longtin was forced into retirement on Monday, May 7, following a council decision to put a policy in place requiring mandatory retirement at the age of the 60 for the town fire chief. Longtin, who is 61, responded May 10 with a letter from his lawyer asking for his job back, for the mayor to resign and for the town to issue a written apology. If the town fails to meet the demands, said the letter, the former chief plans to seek $1.7 million to make up for damages, wages and pension losses. In

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his claim, Longtin accuses the mayor of having a personal vendetta over a harassment complaint the chief filed against Eady. "In keeping with the Town's policy, individuals who perform incident command duties are mandatorily retired at age 60, at which time, they retire to an unreduced pension," reads the town's statement. "Given that Mr. Guy Longtin has threatened litigation, the Town is therefore not at liberty to further comment at this time." The release says the "policy was issued in good faith and reinforces the Town's commitment to put the safety of the public before an individual employee or resident." According to the town the decision to standardize the age of retirement for individuals who perform incident command duties is based on law and notes a 2008 Ontario Human Rights Tribunal case that incident command can car-

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OPP preparing for growing opioid crisis DEREK DUNN derek.dunn@metroland.com Southern Renfrew county OPP are preparing for an escalation in the opioid crisis with a communication strategy session. Police want to know that their messaging both in emergency circumstances and education programs - is trusted and reaches the right people. They called together area media outlets, along with health officials and first responders on May 1,

to establish partnerships. Area newspapers and radio stations attended, along with representatives from the county health unit, paramedics and officers from the Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, among others. Opioid-related deaths are mounting in Renfrew county. A seven per cent increase in the first quarter of this year - meaning of 28 opioid-related seizures, two died. Last August, a 24-year-old male accidentally overdosed on

fentanyl in Renfrew. Five of 63 drug seizures involved opioids. The year before it was two of 47. That year, 2016, saw 2,816 opioid-related deaths in Canada. And while the stereotype is of young people, almost 30 per cent of those were people in their 30s. "This is about gaining the community's confidence and trust so that when the crisis comes, people will believe what we say," said meeting chair Bryan MacKillop. "It's all lost if we can't

communicate with the people who need it most." OPP is addressing the opioid crisis in several ways - equipping every officer with overdose-recovery Naloxone spray, among them. Community Street Crime Unit started last year. Presentations were made this year to teachers and high school students about the dangers of addiction, and drug and opioid abuse. A multi-partner community-safety well-being plan is at the fledgling stage in Renfrew county.

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Two separate sexual assault complaints were received by the Renfrew OPP during the past week. On Monday, April 30 a teenage male reported being sexually assaulted by an adult male that the teen met on a social media site. As a result of the investigation Michael Daly, 56, of Hastings Highland Township was charged with sexual assault of a person under 16, sexual interference, and invitation to sexual touching of a person under 16. The accused was released on a promise to appear in court in Renfrew on May 30. Det. Const. Barry Nisbet led the investigation. On Friday, May 4 an

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Impaired driving A concerned citizen recently called the OPP after spotting a male driving a lawn tractor in Arnprior whom they believed was impaired, says this week's report from the Renfrew detachment. OPP officers stopped the male near the intersection of Daniel Street and Charles Street. The male had been drinking, had an open can of beer in a cup holder, and failed a roadside alcohol screening test. Following breath tests at

the detachment, a 66-yearold man from Arnprior was charged with impaired driving, driving over 80 mgs, and two counts of breach of probation. He was held in custody for a bail hearing. Const. Derek Andrechek led the investigation.

Domestic violence Arnprior and Renfrew officers investigated 12 domestic disputes during the past week. One male was charged with assault, one male was charged with two counts of domestic mischief, and one male was charged with overcoming resistance by choking, assault and three counts of domestic mischief. No oth-

er criminal offences were alleged. If you or someone you know is living in or involved in an abusive relationship, help is available. Contact Bernadette McCann House 24/7 for support, advice or the safety of a shelter at 1-800-2674930. The Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County is also available 24/7 for information and support at 1-800-663-3060. In emergencies call 911.

Break-ins On the afternoon of Sunday, April 22, a residence on Stones Lake Road in Greater Madawaska Township was entered while the occupants were

away. Legal records and documents, along with personal banking documents were stolen. Also stolen was a Rotring 600 18k gold Bauhaus fountain pen. Const. Patrick O'Connor is continuing to investigate.

Thefts A wallet was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the parking lot at Neat Coffee Shop in Burnstown. The vehicle was in the parking lot on Friday, May 3 from 5-11 p.m. The victim did not discover the wallet was stolen until the next morning. By the time it was reported to police, several stolen credit cards had been used at a few businesses in Ottawa. Const.

Kayla Couture is leading the investigation. Police are investigating the theft of several boat motors from The White Lake Marina in White Lake. The victim advised that three Mercury motors were stolen, 120 horsepower, and two 9.9 horsepower between May 4 at 5 p.m., and May 6 at noon. A suspect vehicle was seen at the property on Saturday May 5 at 11 p.m. The vehicle was an early 2000 dark blue four door Chevrolet pickup with a scratch down the driver's side of the truck, parked in the front entrance way. Const. Kayla Couture is investigating.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

In the matter of Section 34 of the Planning Act, the Township of Greater Madawaska hereby gives NOTICE OF THE FOLLOWING: i) Application to amend Zoning By-law 22-2003 of the Township of Greater Madawaska. ii) A public meeting regarding an application for an amendment to Zoning By-law 22-2003 of the Township of Greater Madawaska. Subject Lands

All lands within the Township of Greater Madawaska therefore, a Key Map has not been provided.

Public Meeting

A public meeting to inform the public of the proposed zoning amendment will be held on June 4th, 2018 at 4:45 p.m. at the municipal office of the Township of Greater Madawaska.

Purpose and Effect The purpose of this amendment is to permit Second Dwelling Units on lots within the Township. A Second Dwelling Unit is a self-contained residential dwelling unit in which food preparation, eating, sleeping, and sanitary facilities are provided for the exclusive use of the occupants of the dwelling unit. A Second Dwelling Unit can be located within a house, within an accessory structure (i.e. above a garage), or as a second dwelling separate from the main house, referred to as a coach house. The minimum lot area for a second dwelling unit is 8000 square metres. Specific criteria related to Second Dwelling Units can be found in the proposed Zoning By-law amendment is available at the Township office.

In the matter of Section 34 of the Planning Act, the Township of Greater Madawaska hereby gives NOTICE OF THE FOLLOWING: i) Application to amend Zoning By-law 22-2003 of the Township of Greater Madawaska. ii) A public meeting regarding an application for an amendment to Zoning By-law 22-2003 of the Township of Greater Madawaska. Subject Lands

All lands within the Township of Greater Madawaska therefore, a Key Map has not been provided.

Public Meeting

A public meeting to inform the public of the proposed zoning amendment will be held on June 4th, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at the municipal office of the Township of Greater Madawaska.

Purpose and Effect The purpose of this amendment is to permit the keeping of backyard chickens on residential properties within the Township. The effect of the amendment is to add a new section to the Zoning By-law, Section 3.6 Backyard Chickens, to permit the keeping of no more than 6 chickens on residential lots under 4047 square metres in area, and no more than 12 chickens on lots less than 2 hectares in area. In all cases the keeping of a rooster(s) is prohibited. All other provisions of the Zoning By-law shall apply. Where a farm is a permitted use, for example properties greater than 2 hectares in the Rural (RU) Zone, there will be no change as the keeping of chickens is a permitted use. Additional information regarding the Zoning By-law amendment is available for inspection at the Township of Greater Madawaska Municipal Office during regular office hours.

PLEASE NOTE: Per Section 34.(19.1) of the Planning Act there is no appeal in respect of the by-law that implements the policies for second units (referred to as secondary dwelling units in Township documents) described in Section 16.(3) of the Planning Act.

If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting, or make written submissions to the Township of Greater Madawaska before the by-law is passed by the Township, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision of the Township of Greater Madawaska, to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal.

Additional information regarding the Zoning By-law amendment is available for inspection at the Township of Greater Madawaska Municipal Office during regular office hours.

If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the Township of Greater Madawaska before the by-law is passed by the Township, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal unless, in the opinion of the Tribunal, there are reasonable grounds to do so.

NOTE: One of the purposes of the Planning Act is to provide for planning processes that are open, accessible, timely and efficient. Accordingly, all written submissions, documents, correspondence, e-mails or other communications (including your name and address) form part of the public record and will be disclosed/made available by the Municipality to such persons as the Municipality sees fit, including anyone requesting such information. Accordingly, in providing such information, you shall be deemed to have consented to its use and disclosure as part of the planning process.

NOTE: One of the purposes of the Planning Act is to provide for planning processes that are open, accessible, timely and efficient. Accordingly, all written submissions, documents, correspondence, e-mails or other communications (including your name and address) form part of the public record and will be disclosed/made available by the Municipality to such persons as the Municipality sees fit, including anyone requesting such information. Accordingly, in providing such information, you shall be deemed to have consented to its use and disclosure as part of the planning process. Dated at the Township of Greater Madawaska this 16th day of May, 2018.

Luke Desjardins, MCIP, RPP Manager of Planning and Development Township of Greater Madawaska 19 Parnell Street Calabogie, ON K0J 1H0

Luke Desjardins, MCIP, RPP Manager of Planning and Development Township of Greater Madawaska 19 Parnell Street, Calabogie, ON K0J 1H0

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OPINION

• EDITORIAL •

Happy Royal Wedding week

It's a fairy tale of which young girls might dream.Meeting the man of her dreams, falling in love and he not only treats her like a princess but he is a real-life prince charming! On May 19 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be wed at St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle. The pre-game show (or pre-wedding coverage) will start at 4 a.m. on most major North American broadcast networks and the wedding is set to start at 7 a.m. Now what does this all mean for the average Canadian? Let's not forget Canada is a constitutional monarchy and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is Queen of Canada and Canada's Head of State. It is highly unlikely, as sixth in the line of succession, that Prince Harry will ever be crowned the King of England. Let's give the job to his father who has been waiting, patiently for the job for decades, first. Prince Harry still had to seek his Granny's permission to get married and she was kind enough to issue the Instrument of Consent with her signature that was just released on May 13. The role of the Crown in Canada matters, it is more than just ceremonial, it links us to the past and paves a way for our future. The wedding ensures that the British Monarchy will live another day. The big day and the lead up to the nuptials is also sure to be a money-maker with billions of people expected to tune-in worldwide. It is also expected the wedding will be a $500 million boost to the British economy. There will be a ripple effect felt across the pond here as well, as merchandise and souvenirs are popping up. The Royal Canadian Mint is also cashing in on the big day having recently released a $20 silver collector coin (price tag $105) to mark the occasion with the artwork created locally by well-known Westport artist Joel Kimmel. There will be numerous events throughout the area to mark the occasion, including the Royal Wedding Celebration hosted by the Hub Almonte. It starts at 6 a.m. at the Civitan Hall on the big day. In Perth the day will be marked with a high tea at 3 p.m. at Matheson Hall at the Perth Parkside Inn and Spa. And in Arnprior, the party will get started a day early at a Royal Wedding Tea Party at the library starting at 3:30 p.m. All of these local events show that for many in this country, the Royal Wedding matters in Canada. So Pip, pip cheerio, it's time to pour some tea and get a royal fascinator ready.

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• LETTERS & COMMENTARY • Grateful for a Calabogie act of kindness To the editor: We'd like to share with you the story of our recent journey into your neck of the woods ... Making the trip from Toronto and heading toward Calabogie, our adventure began when we ended up taking a wrong turn at a fork in the road. We were moving along a gravel road, thinking we would hit another main road soon. The gravel road turned into a muddy road, the muddy road became very narrow with ice and snow. We realized we couldn't turn around even if we wanted to, so we forged ahead. And then we got stuck in a snow covered ditch. Hope-

lessly stuck. Wheels spinning. No cellphone service. Two young kids in the back asking what now? Trekking up a hill to a desolate cottage along the road provided no help, but did garner one glorious bar of cellphone reception. A tow truck would not come if we didn't know our exact location. Who to call? Mom and Dad, of course. But their modestly sized SUV would surely get stuck too. Enter the heroes of our story, Roger and Ruth. My parents, who were vacationing in the area too, flagged them down on the side of the road. Based on a rough description, they were able to deduce where we were stuck. They found us and were able to pull us out with their pickup. So it was back the way we came. After a couple failed

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Decision will cost taxpayers To the editor: Re: 'Fire chief out after new policy put in place, Renfrew Mercury, May 10.' It slowly dawned on me that due to a motion passed by council on May 7, at a closed session, it is now mandatory for firefighting personnel, including the chief,

to retire at age 60. I totally agree that firefighters should be retired at 60 if they so desire, simply because their occupation is highly dangerous. That being said a yearly system of mandatory physical and mental examinations should be introduced (if not already in place). The glaring mistake here lies in how this rule is being enforced. Mr. Guy Longtin is a highly experienced, dedicated and respected employee who is being put out to grass without due consideration of his proven ability. Mr. Longtin will retire, willingly or not, and will not suffer financially. I shudder to think how much his action, if he sues and wins his case, will cost - I mean how much it will cost us - the taxpayers! Christina Edgar Renfrew

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New Democrats choose labour activist On May 9, the RenfrewNipissing-Pembroke NDP riding association elected Ethel LaValley, longtime reeve, mayor and labour activist, to be their candidate. "After decades of going back and forth between the Liberals and Conservatives, life just keeps getting harder for people in Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, and everywhere else in this province," LaValley said. "I'm running on a message of hope, because only the Ontario NDP can be a change for the better." She has a long and successful track record of representing people in the Ottawa Valley, including serving as reeve for the Township of Airy from 1985 to 1998, then serving as mayor of the newly amalgamated Township of South Algonquin. She has also served in many executive roles in the labour movement, including the Ontario Federation of Labour and Canadian Labour Congress. She values her Aboriginal roots and values the guidance and endorse-

Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke NDP/s

Ethel LaValley is seeking the provincial nomination from the NDP in Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke. ment she gets from people like elder Jane Ann Chartrand of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan. Health has always been

a focus for LaValley, and while serving on various hospital and health boards she saw firsthand how devastating previous govern-

ments' cuts to health care have been for everyday families. "Under Kathleen Wynne's Liberals, life is getting harder for Ontarians and for all my neighbours in Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke. People are waiting hours at hospitals, only to be treated in emergency room hallways, schools are crumbling and being threatened with closure, and far too many seniors are getting substandard care." "Doug Ford's conservative agenda of more cuts is the last thing our healthcare system needs. The last conservative government fired 6,000 nurses, closed 28 hospitals and slashed over 7,000 hospital beds. More cuts are the last thing that health care needs." "We need change, but I reject Doug Ford and the Conservatives' agenda of more cuts and privatization. With a strong leader like Andrea Horwath, we can have change for the better in Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke, the GTA, and all across Ontario."

Thursday Evening May 17 at 6:00 pm. Agnes Mask, 67 Knight St. Renfrew, Ont Sauna, appliances, household furnishings, patio furniture Saturday May 19 at 10:30 a.m. for the Estate of Shirley Hickey, 5289 Queen St., Douglas, Ont Raised Bungalow, 2+1 bedroom, 4 piece bath, main floor laundry, eat-in kitchen, open concept livingroom, deck off dining area, partially finished basement, oil furnace, air exchanger, well and septic. Steel roof, vinyl siding, wrap around driveway, 2 outdoor sheds. 5 minute walk to nearest school. Great starter home in the unique Village of Douglas. Viewing by appointment only, call Shawn at 613-433-9774. Terms: $10,000.00 down on sale day, remainder in 60 days. Selling at 1:00 pm. Subject to low reserve bid; Kenmore refrigerator; Frigidaire flattop stove; Kelvinator freezer, apt size; Electrolux stacked washer/dryer; entire household furnishings; dishes; original paintings.

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PROVINCIAL ELECTION

Monday May 21 at 10:30 a.m. for Lawrence & Grace Tracey, 6810 Hickey Rd, Quyon, Que Allis Chalmers 6080 tractor, loader, 4WD; Allis Chalmers 6060 tractor, 2WD; Universal 453 tractor, canopy, 4WD; NH 648 round baler; JD 720 MoCo haybine; Vicon Andex 423T tandem rake; 22’ steel rack bale wagon; NH 36 flail chopper; White 16’ disc with cyl; Kongskilde cultivator, 12’; farm machinery; Douglas roto tiller, 3 pth; assort of steel; diamond corral gates; gate various lengths; cattle chute; misc farm items; tools; assort of household items selling first. Lawrence & Grace have retired from farming, and the farm is for sale. Thursday Evening May 24 at 6:00 p.m. for Dave & Sue Guerard, 777 Airport Rd, Petawawa, Ont Motorcycle; ski doos; household furnishings; lawn tractor; & tools Saturday May 26 at 10:00 a.m for Wil Reimer & Susan Crozier and Guest Consignors 10B Haley Rd, Renfrew, Ont Back-hoe, tractors, farm machinery, misc farm items, vehicles, & household furnishings. Saturday June 2 at 10:00 a.m. for Estate of Harold Crozier, 535 Shaw Woods Rd, R. R.#1 Eganville, Ont Property with two bay garage/workshop, and three bedroom home, shop equipment & household items. Go to prestoncull.com for full listings and pictures AUCTIONEER: PRESTON CULL R.R. #1 DOUGLAS prestoncull.com • 613-649-2378

CHURCH DIRECTORY Please submit all changes for the directory to Stephanie Jamieson at 613-432-3655 or email to stephanie.jamieson@metroland.com

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It was a special day at Renfrew's Golden Age Activity Centre (GAAC), a place that has made all the difference for local seniors looking for activity and socializing. "I am pleased to announce that the Golden Age Activity Centre is officially one of the 40 newly funded Seniors Active Living Centres in Ontario," said chair Nellie Kingsbury at a ceremony held May 11 to celebrate the announcement.The province has opted to permanently fund a selection of centres.The GAAC will get $42,700 in annual funding from the Ontario Ministry of Seniors Affairs. In order to accesss the grant, municipal funding had to be in place. "This certainly will help us continue in the operation of our centre," said Kingsbury, praising administrator Fay O'Reilly for her work on the grant application."A dream you dream alone is only a

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increasing accessibility of their unit. In order to qualify for the program, residents must meet certain criteria, including but not limited to: • The property must be located in the County of Renfrew; • Applicants must own the home that is their sole and principle residence with a market value below $227,097; • Applicants must have a total household income that does not exceed $80,300 which includes all sources of income. In order to qualify for the program, there is a formal application process that is administered through Renfrew County Housing Corporation. Funding is provided in the form of a 10-

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Renfrew Timberwolves welcome back familiar face TIFFANY LEPACK tlepack@metroland.com Brent Sylvester is no stranger to the Renfrew hockey scene. He came to Renfrew when he was just 16 years old and played on the last Renfrew Timberwolves hockey team to win not one but two Eastern Ontario championships. He played a total of four years for the Wolves and went on to be the coach and the manager. On April 1, he served his last day as the general manager (GM) with the Arnprior Packers of the Central Canada Tier 2 Hockey League. On April 18, the Timberwolves parted ways with last season's GM Kevin Gould and on Twitter thanked him for is dedication and wished him all the best. And on April 22, Sylvester was hired as the GM for the Wolves. It is a position he is familiar with as he served just two years as the Packers GM, before that he was the Wolves GM for 13 years. Sylvester calls his return a homecoming. "I'm thrilled and very excited," said Sylvester. "I'm motivated again."

Current head coach Corey Foster is staying in his current position and Sylvester says the two go way back. Sylvester has played hockey since his was four years old and also played with the Jr. A Pembroke Lumberkings and the Cumberland Grads. He is familiar with the team and with the circumstances surrounding last season. "I know a large portion of the team, more so the older ones," said Sylvester. "I am excited for the team itself, they are coming off a tough year but we hope to build on the momentum of the playoffs." Sylvester is confident they have a strong core with a lot of local players and has no big changes planned for the team. "I hope to add more youth to sustain the team and bring long term success and hopefully develop some players so they can move on to the next level," said Sylvester. He wants the team to be family oriented. As to the style of play, the coach leads the way, he says. "It is more or less up to the coach," said Sylvester. "I thought he was fantastic. I'm

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The Renfrew Pet Valu raised $2,850 for Valley Animal Rescue during Pet Appreciation month from April 1 to 30; its goal was $1,650. The store raised the money with a bake sale, dog wash and a nail trimming session (their groomer volunteered a day) and every paw on the window represents a donation made by a customer. Linda Gervais, left, fundraising coordinator for Valley Animal Rescue was very thankful for the donation and all of the hard work by staff including Shelby Rougier and manager Kate Madden.

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In Renfrew ladies basketball action, Renfrew Eye Clinic used a 9-0 run with six minutes left to break away from the Reunions and cruise to a 38-32 victory. Katie Dolan lit it up for 17 points. Renfrew Eye Clinic word 38-25 over the Lumber Jills. Morgan Welburn has established herself as an offensive threat this season, netting 14 in this game. Great shooting by both teams left the

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Basket Brawlers and the Lumber Jills deadlocked at 20 after 10 minutes. The Brawlers cooled off and trailed 40-30 with just over five minutes remaining. A 14-0 run, spurred on by three treys by Leigh Dolan, propelled the Brawlers to overtake the Jills and capture the game 44-42. Judline Wren and Cassie Jessup poured in 12 points each in the losing cause. The Basket Brawlers pulled away from the Frances/Lemke Cooperators (42-29) behind Leigh Dolan's 13 second half points. Midtown Flooring jumped out of the blocks to a 17-2 edge over Frances/Lemke Cooperators. The Cooperators closed the gap to five points before Midtown regained their touch to finish up 45-27. Sarah Dougherty, Jill Barr, and Maggie Scott totalled 34 points for Midtown. In a game that appeared closer than it was, Midtown Flooring defeated the Reunions 28-15. Sarah Dougherty matched the Reunion output with 15 points.

thank you! Thanks to the generous donation of materials and time by two local contractors, the Miller Group and Antrim Contracting, and in cooperation with the arnprior airport Commission, the Arnprior Fish and Game Conservation Club recently completed upgrades to an expanded parking area at the Baskin Road South boat ramp. The club initiated the boat ramp project in 1983 and with several improvements over the years the facility has offered water access to several generation of boaters in the area on the head-pond and up to the dam at Stewartville.

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Michael Runtz focuses on the spring return of songbirds One of the most exciting aspects of spring is the return of songbirds. Many of our feathered neighbours fly back here from Central and South America where they spent winter. Travelling hundreds of kilometres on favourable nights, they leapfrog their way across the United States back to our region. Many visit us for only a day or two before continuing their journey north. Others stay and nest. While numerous warblers and other songbirds visit our area during spring migration, certain parts of Ontario offer even better opportunities to view even

larger numbers of these feathered jewels. Especially good are points of land jutting out into large bodies of water. After migrating songbirds cross large bodies of water such as the Great Lakes, by dawn they are ready to land to rest and refuel, and protruding points of land are the first they see. Of all the larger ones in Lake Erie, Point Pelee is the most famous for its migration of birds. Currently I am at Point Pelee National Park looking at birds. For those who've never been here, Pelee it is the southernmost part of mainland Canada. Its tip, in recent years much abbreviated because of lack of sand deposition, is situated south of the 42nd parallel, which runs through northern California and Barcelona. You cannot drive to the tip but a

MICHAEL RUNTZ Column multi-car shuttle brings you there. During the birding season, the shuttle starts running at 6 a.m. When it leaves the visitor centre at that early time, it is filled to the brim with eager birders. Today I caught the early shuttle but when I arrived at the tip a crowd was already present. Apparently there were so many birders waiting before six the first shuttle left early. After exchanging hellos with the people I knew from my

many years visiting and working at Point Pelee, I got down to the serious business of looking for birds. It didn't take long to find them. Flocks of Baltimore orioles were flying south off the tip, as were blackbirds, kingbirds, tanagers, and many others. They flew south, not north, because these birds overshot their destination and were heading back to where they felt they should be, a phenomenon known as reverse migration. After flying out over the lake, they would swing back to the point only to fly back out. As if having flocks of colourful birds circle overhead was not enough, two American white pelicans slowly flew past the point, raising everyone's excitement to a new level. Most birds stay at Pelee,

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Close views of this stunning male Hooded Warbler was one of the highlights of the author's first day in Point Pelee National Park. however, some to nest and others to fatten up before continuing their journey north. On my first day in Pelee, I encountered about 90 species including many warblers, those colourful jewels of the bird world. The day offered good looks at birds such as Kentucky, blue-winged, cerulean, and hooded warblers, southern species that rarely make it up to our area. Every May thousands of people flock to Pelee to enjoy the spectacle of migrating birds. On "slow" days,

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Lemkay to speak at Bromley Historical Society meeting Forester, historian and author Dave Lemkay will be the guest speaker at the Bromley Historical Society seventh annual Dan Gorman Memorial Talk. The event will be held on Sunday, May 20, at 2 p.m., in the Old Town Hall, 498 Micksburg Rd., Osceola. The presentation will recount the work he and the late Carol McCuaig undertook on the Canada 150 book, Echoes & Ripples, Township of Admaston/Bromley. This sesquicentennial project is a celebration of life in the town-

however, the birders seem to outnumber the birds. Fortunately, at least for my first day at Pelee, that was not the case! The Nature email is mruntz@start.ca – Michael Runtz is a longtime columnist who teaches natural history and ornithology at Carleton University. He has worked as a naturalist in provincial and national parks, hosted the television series Wild by Nature, and has written 11 books on natural history topics.

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FIREWORKS By-law No. 2014-35, being a bylaw to regulate the sale and discharge of fireworks in Horton Township, Fireworks are only permitted to be discharged between dusk and 10 p.m. on Victoria Day, Canada Day, Labour Day and New Year’s Day (from dusk to 12:30 a.m. New Year’s Day), for which a “Fire Works Permit” has been issued by the CAO/Clerk. “Special Occasion Fire Works Permits” can be issued for up to five additional days during the year. An application for a “Permit to Discharge Family Fireworks” is required to be completed and submitted with attachments to the CAO/Clerk at least 7 days prior to the event. A copy of the by-law and application form is available at www.hortontownship.ca. Applications can be submitted on-line provided required documentation is scanned and attached.

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l Friday, May 18 Horton Country Dance WHEN: 8:00 p.m - 11:00 p.m WHERE: Horton Community Centre, 1005 Castleford Rd, Renfrew CONTACT: Horton Township COST: $10 featuring Guy Jamieson & Upper Valley Country or more information got to www.hortontownship.ca

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l Saturday, May 19 Eganville spring plant and bake sale WHEN: 8:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m WHERE: Eganville & District Senior Citizens Needs Association, 30 Bell St, Bonnechere Valley CONTACT: 613-628-2354 COST: Free Annual spring plant and bake sale. Donations of baking and plants can be dropped off at Eganville Seniors Centre until Friday May 18 until 6 p.m.

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Main Street, WhitewaterRegion CONTACT: Ron Jaremkow, 613602-7879, ronjar43@gmail.com COST: No charge!! Open jam, bring your musical instrument and your vocals for a fun session.Call Simon Tunley at 613-646-7364 for information. l Thursday, May 24 Canadian Blood Services Donor Clinic WHEN: 1:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m WHERE: Bonnechere Manor, 470 Albert Street, Renfrew CONTACT: Jan Grant, 613-560-1422, jan.grant@blood.ca Blood Donor Clinic for people who are 17 years old and up. l Friday, May 25 5th Annual Drive For Drives Charity Golf Event WHEN: 4:00 p.m - 8:30 p.m WHERE: Renfrew Golf Club, 1108 Golf Course Rd, Renfrew CONTACT: melanie clemmer, 613 432 7691, psa@renfrewhomesupport.ca COST: $70 In Support of Renfrew and Area Seniors' Home Support. Registration and contests begin at 4 p.m. with a shotgun start at 5. Dinner

Relay for Life WHEN: 5:00 p.m WHERE: Ma-TeWay Activity Centre, 1 Ma-Te-Way Park Drive, Renfrew CONTACT: RCI COST: Cost per item Relay for Life: Community is invited to come out and support the 12th Annual RCI Relay for Life at 5 p.m. Opening ceremonies are at 6 p.m. followed by the Survivor Victory Lap, with the Luminary Ceremony at 10 p.m. Canteen is available onsite along with inflatables for the kids. There will also be a Silent Auction. If you would like to put in a team please visit www.rcirelay4life.ca l Sunday, May 27 Euchre WHEN: 1:00 p.m WHERE: Renfrew Legion Branch 148, 30 Raglan St S, Renfrew CONTACT: Renfrew Legion COST: $8 Euchre at the Renfrew Legion hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary at 1 p.m. with a light lunch, l Tuesday, May 29 Champlain Seniors +55 WHEN: 1:00 p.m - 3:30 p.m WHERE: RCAF Wing, 164 Argyle St, Renfrew CONTACT: maggeeca@yahoo.ca COST: Membership $5/year Champlain Seniors +55 Euchre

and Floor Shuffleboard held at the Wing Pot luck the first Tuesday of the month. New members welcome. No experience necessary. For more info call 613-432-4828. l Wednesday, May 30 Cobden Legion Jam Band WHEN: 5:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m WHERE: Cobden Legion Hall, 43a Main Street, WhitewaterRegion CONTACT: Ron Jaremkow, 613602-7879, ronjar43@gmail.com COST: No charge!! Open jam, bring your musical instrument and your vocals for a fun session.Call Simon Tunley at 613-646-7364 for information. l Thursday, May 31 McNab School Fun Fair WHEN: 5:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m WHERE: McNab Public School, 1164 Stewartville Rd, Arnprior CONTACT: 1 (613) 623 5746, stevensonc@rcdsb.on.ca COST: You will need to purchase event tickets to play the games that night. McNab Public School Fun Fair rain or shine. Supper at 5:30 p.m., games/events at 6 p.m. Public welcome.

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Horton Township COST: $4 Come out and play Euchre, drop ins welcome l Saturday, June 2 Admaston/Bromley 40th anniversary WHEN: 10:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m WHERE: Admaston/Bromley Public Library, Highway 60, Admaston-Bromley CONTACT: 613 649-2576, info@admastonbromleylibrary.com Come to the Admaston/Bromley Public Library in Douglas to celebrate our 40th anniversary. Book sale, butterfly release, refreshments, activities for the kids, and more. Everyone is welcome. l Sunday, June 3 A Garden Tea Party at Fractured Crow Studio WHEN: 12:00 p.m - 2:00 p.m WHERE: Fractured Crow Studio, 982 Fraser Road , Renfrew CONTACT: 613 432 7691, psa@renfrewhomesupport.ca COST: Goodwill donation A Garden Tea Party. Take a breathtaking walk through the gardens with a cup of tea. Light lunch, live entertainment, and a professional photographer onsite. Event cost is through goodwill donation with all proceeds going to Renfrew and Area Seniors' Home Support.

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deHOOG, Edith

(Retired - Government of Canada) At The Grove Nursing Home in Arnprior on Wednesday evening, May 9th, 2018; Edith Hilda deHoog formerly of Osgoode passed away at the age of 85 years. Beloved wife of the late Karl deHoog (1987). Dearly loved mother of Karen (Jane Lunney) of Fitzroy Harbour; Ingrid of Orléans and Linda Carkner (Rob) of Metcalfe. Predeceased by her only son, Michael. Cherished grandmother of Pamela, Vanessa, Ryan, Sean, Brandon and Amanda. Predeceased by her sister, Anna. A private family service will take place at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior. Interment Elmview Cemet DeHoogery, Kars, Ontario. The family wish to express sincere thanks to the staff at The Grove for the exceptional care provided to both Mom and the family over the past few months. In memory, please consider a donation to The Grove Nursing Home Redevelopment Fund would be most appreciated. Condolences/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca

COTIE, Patricia Joan (nee Acheson)

July 28, 1938 - May 5, 2018 Patricia passed away at Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Saturday, May 5, 2018 after a brief illness. Mother to Laura (Fred Lappan), Kari (Jim Gleadall), Boyne and Lorne. Sister to George, Gwyneth, Annabel (Geoff) Blandford and Helen Mannion. Sister-in-law to Gloria (Bill) Acheson. Grandmother to Kyle Delarge, Tarah Lee and Tanner Cotie, Brandon and Chase Cotie. Patricia is predeceased by her parents, brother William and her sister Ethel Bevins. It is possible to live a dignified life while suffering with mental illness. At Patricia’s request cremation has taken place. Family received friends at the McPhail & Perkins Funeral Home, 85 Munroe Ave. E., Renfrew. Those wishing to donate are asked to consider the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation. Condolences or donations may be made at www.mcphailandperkins.ca

Manion, Teresa Mary

Peacefully at Bonnechere Manor with her daughters by her side, our Beloved Mom passed away on Thursday May 10th, 2018 in her 95th year. Loving wife of the late Hilliard Manion. Dear Mom of Gerry (Pauline), Diane Burns, Karen Hoad (Bob Briscoe), all of Renfrew. Proud grandma of Donna Lynn Manion (Paul Hermans); Richmond, Sandra Parson (Bruce); Russell, Paula Manion (Mike Bond); Russell, Dayle Burns (Crozier) (Nick Kunopaski); Renfrew, Ryan Burns (Sheri); Renfrew, Alyson Seier (Jayson); Mississauga, Sean Hoad; Sudbury, Shane Hoad (Marianne); Stittsville and Stephanie Hoad; Renfrew. Beloved great-grandmother of 15. Predeceased by siblings Kathleen (Lacey Roach), Michael Godin, John Godin and Gilbert Godin. Visitation was held at the Goulet Funeral Home, 310 Argyle St, S Renfrew on Sunday May 13th: 2-4, 7-9 pm., and after 9:30 a.m. Monday. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima Church on Monday May 14th at 11:00 am. Interment St. Francis Xavier Cemetery. Donations in Teresa’s name may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, CHEO. or Bonnechere Manor Foundation. Online condolences/donations may be made at www.gouletfuneralhome.com

St. Michael, Nelson,

73, peacefully passed away Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Renfrew Hospice after a lengthy illness. Beloved husband of Rilla (nee Bennett). Dear father of Kevin (Gail), Kerry, Tracey (Brock), Sherri MacDonald (John), Celina (Andre). Predeceased by his son John and sister Joy Lebrun. Brother of Joe “Bud” (Carole), Ron (Shirley), Frank “Tanny” (Rose), Linda (Walter) Bowes, Garnet (Mary), May (Peter), Richard (Susan), and Perry (Cathy). Proud grandfather (Papa) of John, Baillie, Kara, Carter, Kori, Jaisa and Draven. Son of the late Alphonse (Sam) St. Michael and Pearl Lafont. Nelson will be fondly remembered by his brother and sister in-laws. He will also be missed by his close friend Scott Raymond. At Nelson’s request there will be no funeral service. There will be a private family celebration of life in a few weeks. Nelson’s wishes were to help a child in need so if desired, donations in memory of Nelson can be made to Everley Yolkowskie by email transfer to joanncollins1264@msn.com

With heavy hearts we announce that Earl Schultz of Arnprior passed away at the Almonte General Hospital while surrounded by loved ones on Wednesday evening, May 9th, 2018. He was 80. Beloved husband for almost 54 years of Joyce (nee Evans). Dearly loved father of Deborah O’Connor (Daniel) of Pakenham and Brent (Leanne) of Castleford. Cherished and proud “Pop” of Thomas (LeighAnn), Patrick (Samantha), Jesse, Liam and Emma and “G-Pop” of Elizabeth, Naomi and Jacob. Dear brother of Gerald (Ruth) of Kanata; Lois Nicoll (late Clifford) and Lloyd (late Elaine), both of Arnprior. Predeceased by 4 brothers: Keith, Kenny (late Josie), Jack (late Joan) and Bob (late Bev) as well as sisters: Betty Campbell (late George) and infant Maria. Special brother-in-law of Bob Evans (Patsy LeBlanc) of Cape Breton, N.S and Cathy Hunt (William) of Arnprior. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends were invited to join Earl’s family during visitation at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and again on Monday from 10 to 10:45. A Tribute to Earl followed in the Pilon Family Chapel at 11 o’clock. Interment Malloch Road Cemetery, Arnprior. In Earl’s memory, a donation to the Almonte General Hospital would be appreciated. Condolences/Donations/Webcast www.pilonfamily.ca

Mask, Mary Peacefully at Groves Park Lodge on Monday, May 7th, 2018. Daughter of the Late Peter & Rose (Keizer) Mask. Sister of Barbara (late Dennis Helferty), Rose (late Stanley Nighbor), late Anthony (Agnes), late Carmelita, Kenneth and Vivian (Harold Bolger). Will be greatly missed by many nieces, nephews, grandnieces, nephews and great-grand-nieces and nephews. Mary graduated from the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Nursing Program in 1945 and worked there holding several positions: Assistant Night Supervisor 1945-47, Assistant Head Nurse 1947-51, and Head Nurse 1952-65, after which she became Head Nurse at the Ottawa Civic Hospital from 1965 until her retirement. Being so very proud of her profession, it only seems fitting that Mary has passed on during National Nurses Week annually from May 6-12. Professional services have been entrusted to the care and compassion of the Zohr Family Funeral Home, Renfrew. Memorial Mass took place at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 331 Plaunt Street South Renfrew, on Wednesday, May 16th, 2018 at 2pm followed by inurnment St. Francis Xavier Catholic Cemetery. Those desiring may make donations to Groves Park Lodge Auxiliary or Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation in memory of Mary on-line at www.zohrfuneralhome.com

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( K. Coleman’s Garage Ltd. Forester’s Falls)

Of Forester’s Falls, passed away peacefully in Hospice Renfrew, surrounded by his family, on Sunday May 6, 2018 in his 92nd year. Kay Coleman beloved husband of the late Esther (nee Curry). Predeceased by his sister Doris Williams (Leonard). Dear father of Connie Kohlsmith, Terry, Bob (Lori), Sheila (Janyce Gunn). Also survived by 8 grandchildren: Don Dick (Shelley), Jef Kohlsmith (Rachel Seaver), Carolyn Kohlsmith (Summer Boone), Jamie Coleman (Tracy Hunt), Brad Coleman (Stephanie), Nick Coleman (Amy), Jennifer Leblanc (Joseph), Janice Gilchrist (Brad Coombs) and 15 great-grandchildren: William, MacKenzie, Laura, Kayla, Alexander, Casey, Ethan, Michelle, Jacob, Veronica, Lela, Vienna, Daniel, Gracen, Norah and 1 great-great grandchild Reese. He will be greatly missed by his cherished companion Beth Somerville. Friends visited the Fraser - Morris and Heubner Funeral Home in Cobden, on Thursday May 10, 2018 from 2 - 4 pm and 6 9 pm and on Friday from 11am until 1pm. The Funeral Service was held at Trinity United Church Forester’s Falls at 2 pm. Interment to follow at Howard Cemetery in Forester’s Falls. As expressions of sympathy, donations to Trinity United Church Memorial Fund or the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation would be appreciated. Kay received incredibly compassionate medical care during his illness and the family would like to extend a special thank-you to Dr. Low and the staff of Renfrew Victoria Hospital and Hospice Renfrew.

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(Founder of Kitchenalia, Westboro) (Warren’s Antiques, Pakenham)

COLEMAN, RONALD KAY

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SNIDER, Warren

Peacefully at the Almonte General Hospital on Tuesday evening, May 8, 2018; Warren Kenneth Snider of Pakenham passed away at the age of 73. Beloved partner of Sandee Ostojic. Loved father of Andra Mayer (Tedd) of Kanata, Greg of Eganville, Jeff of Ottawa and Kaleb (Emily Truman) of Calgary. Cherished grandfather of Rebecca and Jakob. Dear brother of Joan Richard, Gail Herrick and Wayne Snider and brother-in-law of Audrey Snider. Son of the late Harry and Edna (nee Reid) Snider, Warren was also predeceased by siblings: Charlie, Roy, Harry, Glen, Irene Finch and Carol Snider. He is also survived by his former spouses: Lori Victor of Ottawa and Elaine Agnew of Eganville as well as many nieces, nephews and many many good friends. Relatives and friends may pay their respects during visitation at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Friday evening, May 18th from 7 to 9 p.m. and again on Saturday morning, May 19th from 10 to 10:45. A Tribute to Warren will follow in the Pilon Family Chapel at 11 o’clock. In memory, please consider a donation to your favorite charity. Condolences/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca

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Marshall, Frank Albert Peacefully at Renfrew Victoria Hospital on Friday, May 11, 2018 after a life well lived, Frank passed away at the age of 96. Loving husband of Hilary Durrant for 70 years. Dear father of Keith (Anne) of Lombardy, ON, Ray (Mandy) of Pakenham, Ian (Mary Anne) of Cotieville and Kevin (Kathy) of Renfrew. Proud and loving grandfather of seven and greatgrandfather of five. Frank emigrated from a Britain devastated by wars, economic depression and class divisions in 1951 with the love of his life, Hilary, and their young son. His dream was to own a farm in Canada, the land of opportunity, freedom and fresh air. Frank worked in the fledgling aircraft industry in Canada contributing to the Avro Arrow project. But within a dozen years he had realized the dream and moved with a family that had grown to 3 sons onto the farm on Mount St. Patrick Road. A fourth son was born while there. Through many years Hilary and Frank and the boys raised beef cows and chickens and also managed extensive gardens of fruit and vegetables as they lived a pastoral life. Firewood and snow removal were hard work but the activities were also cherished as part of everyday life. Throughout it all Frank and the whole family used large doses of humour. Eventually the country life became too difficult and Frank and Hilary moved into a small house in Renfrew that overlooked a park used by laughing children and neighbours walking dogs. At Frank’s request, cremation will take place. Donations in his memory may be made to the Sunshine Coach or the Renfrew Victoria Hospital. Online condolences may be made at www.gouletfuneralhome.com

May 30, 1953 - May 23, 2003

Winkovics, Robert

Roberts’ (Bob) life stood still on October 19th, 2017 at 6 A.M. I held his face in my hands, looked into those marvelous blue eyes and whispered I Love You, he closed his eyes and opened them again and looked into my eyes until his Spirit left this wonderful earth that we had shared. Life without him is very difficult, we miss his loving smile, his caring hands, his love of nature, his artistic flair in his paintings, the homes that we have constructed and his love of creating a beautiful campground for all to enjoy. Thank you so much for your kind support, hearing treasured memories from so many of you gives us the pleasure of celebrating his life on Saturday May 19, 2018 at BonaVista Campground Recreation hall between the hours of 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. We will be planting a Red Oak some time in the spring in Bobs’ Memory.

It feels like only yesterday “I’ll see you soon,” I heard you say... That moment never did arrive... A phone call saying you are barely alive... We mourned, we grieved, we carried on... It’s been 15 years of staying strong... Think of you every day...

Marion Kelly

In loving memory of my cousin who passed away May 29th, 1995 When thoughts go back,as they often do, I treasure the memories I have of you. This day is remembered and quietly kept, no words are needed I will never forget. For deep in my heart you will always stay, Loved and remembered, each and everyday. Norma Ryckman

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Richard Willie (Dick) May 15th, 2000

A silent thought, a secret tear, Keep his memory ever dear, Time takes away the edge of grief, But memory turns back every leaf. Always, Lovingly, Remembered.

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In loving memory of our Mom and Grandma Alene Brennan

who passed away on Mother’s Day May 14th, 1978

We know you soar with Angels Mom And that your heart has golden wings. We know that you are watching over us Whatever this world may bring. We know that you are safe in God’s arms Free from pain and suffering. We know that we will see you again And once more feel you love. We know that you are in heaven And that we must go on. We know our hearts still ache For a woman we called mom. Miss you everyday, Love always. Debbie, Kenny, Cory Joey, Kelly, Krista and Chad

Sweet memories will linger forever Time cannot change them, it’s true; Years that may come cannot sever Our Loving remembrance of you. Sadly missed, forever loved and always in our hearts. Karen, Mark and Jason Sherriff

Love Karen & Family

Helen & Family

IN MEMORIAM

In Loving Memory of a dear Mother and Nannie (May 18, 2015), and Father and Grampie (April 4, 2012)

BURNS - In loving memory of our Mother, Ena Burns, May 16, 2007 Memories are treasures No one can ever steal. Death leaves heartaches That no one can heal. Some may forget Now that you are gone. But we will always remember No matter how long. Love Patricia and Susan

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DOREEN COLTERMAN RILEY Know to all as Deannie, She was wonderful wife, A wonderful Mother, A wonderful Grandmother, A wonderful Friend, We all miss her presence. So goodnight, sleep well, And we shall all meet In the morning.

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I would like to thank my children, Donnie and Lorraine, Doug and Tanya, Karen and Ryan for hosting a lovely 80th birthday party at the Almonte Civitan Hall for family and friends. The gifts, cards, flowers and personal birthday wishes were all appreciated very much. A Sincere thank you to all who attended to make this a memorable occasion. A special thank you to Karen for taking me in a limo to the Chateau Laurier for High Tea. I will remember this special occasion forever. Sincerely, Margaret Sadler

The Family of Brian Wright would like to sincerely thank everyone for love and support shown at Brian’s passing. He touched the lives of many. A special thank you to Dr. Buxton, Dr. Blain and the Bayshore nursing staff for your compassionate care and to Shooter’s Grill for a lovely luncheon after the service. Finally a heartfelt thank you to Goulet Funeral Home for their compassionate guidance. Gail Wright & Family


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For over 60 years, Magellan Aerospace, Haley has been producing magnesium and aluminum castings for the aerospace industry.

Renfrew Hydro Inc. is a local distribution company servicing the Town of Renfrew. Our team of dedicated employees is committed to providing an economical, safe and reliable supply of electricity and excellent customer service to our 4,300 residential and business customers in our service area.

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Renfrew Hydro Inc. currently has a vacancy for a Customer Accounts Representative/Accounting Clerk. This position is permanent, full-time, and offers a competitive salary, benefits package and pension plan.

The specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Communicating with, and educating customers regarding: time of use pricing; energy consumption; conservation; financial assistance programs; and other customer service initiatives. • Responding to customer inquiries in a professional and effective manner. • Maintaining accurate customer account data using Harris Northstar CIS. • Processing Service Orders for new services; service cancellations; street lights; and tree trimming. • Receiving, posting, and daily balancing of customer payments. • Set up, calculation and maintenance of payment plans and pre-authorized payments. • Follow up activities on past due accounts and returned items. • Processing purchase orders and accounts payable invoices. • Verifying, tracking and processing timekeeping information for all employees. • Adhering to department procedures, company policies and regulatory requirements. • Other customer service and accounting related duties as assigned.

Thursday May 17, 2018 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Best Western Inn & Conference Centre 1 International Dr. Pembroke, ON We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including: Major Medical, Dental, Short and Long Term Disability and Pension

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FOUND: MOTOMASTER #0379923-4 Eliminator 10 watts LED work light with power bank. Found in the middle of 417 East of Kinburn side Rd on May 8th 613-256-6426 LOST CHAIN SAW: Between Sandpoint and Braeside. Husqvarna model 445. Orange new. Call Steve 613-623-4435 or 613-292-6507. $50.00 Reward

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Will pay $50-$200, or more depending on types. Picked up free. 613-432-3464 or cell 613-432-0449

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Skills and qualifications: • Applicants must have a Grade 12 education. Post-secondary education in Business, Office Administration, or Accounting would be considered an asset. • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience in a Customer Service or Accounting role. • Computer proficiency in MS applications, Customer Information Systems, and Sage Accounting Software. • An aptitude for mathematics with a strong level of accountability to verify critical information. • Able to prioritize and multi-task in a fast paced environment while adhering to strict deadlines. • Excellent interpersonal, problem solving, and communication skills (verbal and written). • A good understanding of the electrical industry would be a definite asset (Time-of-Use pricing, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) Distribution System Code, and energy saving initiatives). Interested and qualified applicants are invited to email their cover letter, resume, and references by 4:30 p.m. on Friday June 1, 2018 to jobs@renfrewhydro.com. No phone calls please. Please reference “CAR/AC-FT” in your subject line. We thank all applicants who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. All information is collected under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) and will only be used for candidate selection. Renfrew Hydro Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and accommodation will be provided in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) upon request. Applicants must make their needs known in advance.

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Renfrew, ON McNab, Stewart and Prince requires the services of a full time legal assistant experienced in Wills, Estates and general office experience. Please submit your resume by fax to: 613-432-7832 or email to: jvalliquette@mcnablaw.com

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for Bayview Lodge on White Lake Fridays, from 8 am to 4 pm Great team and terrific working conditions. $17.00 per hour. Call Elvira at 613 623 2753

HELP WANTED Drywall Worker / Helper Wanted for Renfrew Business Reply to Renfrew Mercury 35 Opeongo Rd, Renfrew, ON K7V 2T2 Box L HELP WANTED: If you like gardening and would like to work 2 days a week in Arnprior ...I have a job for you. Knowledgeable individual who has horticultural experience, planting shrubs, and flowering plants plus trimming. Weeding flower beds. Private home and apartment building. Cell 416-998-7060

GARAGE SALE Downsizing Garage Sale: May 20th and 21st 9am on 101 Sherbrooke St E Perth ON. Everything must go for pictures of items pls contact: en660ca@yahoo.ca

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Taggart Construction Limited is looking for a candidate to fill the role of heavy Equipment Mechanic, is responsible for mechanical repairs on the Heavy Equipment. 3 years experience in hydraulic and hystat repair and maintenance Journeyman certification as either a Truck or Coach Technician (310T) or Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanic (421A)is preferred Physical strength and stamina to lift heavy machinery and work in cramped or awkward position Detailed focus with attention to detail All candidates are asked to apply at taggartgroup. bamboohr.com/jobs

Driver / material hanDler requireD DZ licence required. Apply in person to Steve with completed resume/application at Renfrew Home Hardware Building Centre, 555 O’Brien Rd. Successful applicant must be able to work our retail hours.


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CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL/BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER Reporting to the Planner, the Chief Building Official is responsible for the statutory duties under the Building Code Act and as such is responsible for the administration of the Act and Ontario Building Code regulations for all construction in the municipality. A detailed job description is available on the Township website at www.tayvalleytwp.ca. The Township is seeking a motivated and results oriented individual to join our team with a working knowledge and understanding of the Building Code Act, Ontario Building Code, Ontario Plumbing Code, Ontario Fire Code and other applicable Municipal, Provincial and Federal laws, possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a working knowledge of MS Office suite software and experience with GIS. The ideal candidate will have acquired post-secondary courses in engineering technology or architectural technology or an equivalent field of study, is qualified and registered with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (Quarts) in the following categories: CBO Legal, Small Buildings, Large Buildings, House, Plumbing All Building, Plumbing House, HVAC House, Building Services, Building Structural, Detection Lighting and Power, and Wood Energy Technology Transfer would be considered an asset, have experience in by-law enforcement and property standards, have a valid Class ‘G’ driver’s license and have a minimum of five (5) years’ experience in a municipal capacity as the Chief Building Official, or other applicable experience involving the Building Code and Building Code Act. CBCO and BCQ designations would be considered an asset as would Fall Arrest/Confined Spaces training. The 2018 salary range is $65,392 to $72,654 (for a 40 hour work week in the summer and a 30 hour work week in the winter) and a competitive benefit package and participation in OMERS makes this an attractive full-time permanent position for the right candidate.

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Tay Valley Township is an equal opportunity employer, committed to ensuring all candidates are able to participate in the interview process fully and equally. If contacted for employment, please let us know if you require any accommodations to ensure you can participate fully and equally during the recruitment and selection process. We thank all applicants for their interest and only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Personal information collected from applications is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and will be used to determine qualifications for employment. Questions about the collection of Information should be directed to the Clerk at the address indicated above.

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Public Works/Waste Management Assistant Reporting to the Public Works Superintendent or designated staff, the Summer Student will assist with a variety of tasks, including but not limited to lawn care, pothole patching, assisting at the Landfill, general shop clean-up and maintenance. A valid Class G driver’s licence is required. The successful candidate must supply their own CSA approved safety footwear. This position will commence on June 4, 2018 and will last for 13 weeks at a rate of $14.00 per hour, 35 hours a week.

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Office Assistant/Recreation Assistant Reporting to the CAO/Clerk and designated staff, the student will provide assistance for office administration and/or recreation functions. This position will commence on June 11, 2018 and will last for 10 weeks at a rate of $14.00 per hour, 30 hours a week.

This position will be reporting to the CAO/Clerk, and will provide administrative and back-up support to Council, the CAO/Clerk and the Treasurer. • The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and skills: Minimum of three (3) years related work experience in a senior management position, with a minimum of one (1) year in municipal government; • College or university degree in an accounting related discipline and/or public administration with municipal accounting and finance program and municipal tax administration program an asset. • Completion of AMCTO’s Municipal Administration Program (MAP) and Municipal Accounting and Finance Program (MAFP) an asset. CMO accreditation and/or willingness to attain; • Knowledge of applicable legislation related to municipal finance, taxation, payroll and reporting requirements. • Excellent oral, written, interpersonal communication and problem-solving skills to interact with government departments and agencies, special interest groups, the media, and the public.

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TOWNSHIP OF HORTON DEPUTY CLERK / TREASURER 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.

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Students must be returning to school in Fall 2018 Please submit your resume indicating which position you are applying for to the Township by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 25, 2018. Township of Horton, 2253 Johnston Road, Renfrew, ON K7V 3Z8 613-432-6271 (phone) 613-432-7298 (fax) Or E-mail directly to sklatt@hortontownship.ca

• Computer literacy required, including knowledge or financial and taxation software with proficiency in Microsoft Office including advanced level Excel; USTI asyst municipal software experience an asset. • Excellent organizational and time management skills to handle heavy workload and to meet rigid deadlines. • Works well in a team environment. • Excellent research and analytical skills to write document summaries and information updates and to investigate and advise Council on special projects. • High level of initiative and independent judgement and ability to work with minimum supervision. For more information on the Township of Horton, please visit our website at www.hortontownship.ca The Deputy Clerk/Treasurer’s 2018 job rate is $56,183 to $63,235. The position has a comprehensive benefits package including OMERS pension plan. A detailed job description is available upon request. Interested and qualified applicants are invited to forward a confidential resume, detailing current qualifications via email to: sklatt @hortontownship.ca. by Friday May 18, 2018 at 2:00p.m. 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.

Arnprior Aerospace Inc. is currently looking for Aerospace Technicians to perform a variety of manufacturing functions at our Arnprior, Ontario location. Job duties and requirements include: • manufacturing and assembling aerospace components • blending, deburring and general sheet metal and machining processes • reading and interpreting engineering drawings • brake press experience (an asset) • teaming skills and a positive attitude • a continuous quality improvement approach Ideally, candidates possess experience in sheet metal assembly, special processing and/or experience operating various saws, presses, CNC nibblers and shears. Applicants can apply by visiting the ‘careers’ section at arnprioraerospace.com or by emailing a resume to hr@arnprioraerospace.com www.arnprioraerospace.com

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Job Vacancy Notice Arnprior Aerospace Inc. combines facilities from Canada, the United States and Mexico to develop and manufacture aerospace structure and components for North America’s largest aerospace companies. We are currently recruiting for a Superintendent, Manufacturing Operations at our Arnprior, Ontario location. Highlight of key responsibilities include: • Planning and directing manufacturing/production activities • Establishing production priorities and schedules • Managing and directing a team of manufacturing supervisors and production personnel • Reviewing, analyzing, submitting and presenting production reports • Driving continuous improvement initiatives Mandatory Requirements:

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Auction SAle Monday, May 21, 2018 – 10:00 AM For Mr. Tim Peddie 1091 Bellamy Mills Rd, Almonte ON K0A 1A0 From Clayton turn right on Bellamy Mills Road to 1091 4210 Case tractor 72hp/cab & air (as new/reserve.), 74” Auger snowblower 434, 40hp IH tractor, 6’ snowblower, hay fork, spear, bucket, 72” Bush Hog spreader, 10’ army trailer, roller, chipper/ Briggs motor, Stihl chainsaw, 18hp Cub Cadet mower, IH Hydro Cadet 382/38” mower, Fisher stove, Findlay box stove, paddle boat, 340 Skidoo, bicycles, Qty building supplies, 2 lifts of 42x72 aspenite, steel & lumber, angle iron, flat stock radiant heat panels, heat cables, large qty electrical supplies, wire, copper rods, PVC piping, hardware fittings, etc, extension ladders, wheelbarrows, table saw, barn vent, doors, windows, shelving, qty of old and used tools, 12’ & 16’ farm gates, dining tables & chairs, dressers, night stands, bed frames, Lazy Boy, bar tables & stools, coffee table, desks, corner cabinet, child’s rocker, kitchen table & chairs, qty smalls, qty scrap, dishes, kids art supplies, Karaoke machine, etc, ant. drop front desk, ant. washstand, sideboard, qty collectables, wooden chest, antique chest of drawers and much more! Rain or Shine! Canteen on site TERMS: CASH OR CHEQUE WITH ID Owner & Auctioneer not liable in case of loss or accident.

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Saturday May 19th, 2018 10:00 AM sharp For the late Peter McLeod, et al, to be held at his former home located at 1385 Burnstown, Rd., White Lake, Ontario, located between White Lake and Burnstown. 2140 JD tractor – 2 wd, Laurin cab, 245 loader, 2 sets of remotes; 7’ snow blower double auger – 3 pth; 14’ Allis cultivator – hydraulic lift; gravity box on rubber; 2 farm wagons – flat decks – 3 ton; 3 pth Land Pride scraper blade – 84”; Pallet forks for JD loader; Ford 22-125 3 pth 7.5’flail mower; Pequea 7’ hay tedder. 16” DER 10 Jointer – 7’ deck; Eagle air compressor; Rockwell Beaver Wood lathe; Craftex 15” planer; 10” Craftex table saw; Saw frame; Wood Wonderful EME FV-110 1 ¼ Shaper; assorted heads; Craftex CX series Dust Collector – nearly new; Delta Sander; Mastercraft Band Saw; Sears 10” radial arm saw; 2-6” jointers; Lathe chisels; 16” KBC metal band saw; 20 ton bottle jack; Craftex CX 302 morticing machine; Homecraft 3/4’” shaper; Hausmann 10” construction saw; Kerry 13” lathe Type 1324; wooden saw horses; wooden benches; sledge hammer; axes; large assortment of hardware; homemade wood stove; XT cords; c clamps; oils and fluids; hand saws; plane; hammers; clamps; nail puller; levels; square; screw drivers; large assortment of hand tools; sanders; trowels; Anvil on stand; tie straps – load binders; drill bits; assortment of air tools; metric and imperial wrenches; sanders; air nailers; routers; circular saws; drills; Acetylene torches; laser level; T post driver; Antique platform scale; parts cleaner; Ingersoll Rand 5 HP upright air compressor – single phase; 10 sections of scaffolding complete with planking; large assortment of dry lumber – butternut, oak, pine. Assorted house hold furniture; 7 bow back antique wooden chairs; wooden table; assorted accent tables; dishes, knick knacks, hump back trunk; large quilting frames; dresser; bunk beds etc. etc. Plus many items too numerous to mention. This is an excellent offering of wood working equipment and assorted tools as well as a small offering of farm machinery and household items. Everything is in good condition and must sell. Please plan to attend. Contact: Les McLeod – 613-433-7479; Gord McLeod – 613-432-6328 Terms: Cash or Cheque Refreshments Auctioneer: John J. O’Neill 613-832-2503 www.oneillsauctions.ca Owner or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident day of sale

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On April 18, the Phoenix Centre for Children and Families in Renfrew celebrated its four-year accreditation by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation, getting ready to cut the cake are: Dez Bair-Patel, board vice-president, Debra Woodfine, clinical director and Greg Lubimiv, executive director.

Phoenix Centre receives 4-year accreditation PHOENIX CENTRE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES The Phoenix Centre for Children and Families has been awarded a four-year accreditation by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA). The hard work, professionalism, and dedication of the staff and board of directors are clearly reflected in this significant achievement. "To be CCA accredited is truly a seal of approval," said Greg Lubimiv, executive director. "Our stakeholders can be assured that we have undergone an extensive internal and external review process that ensures we are providing quality services to our community." Accreditation is a process that provides assurance from a respected third-party that the accredited organization meets commonly accepted standards for good governance, management, and excellence in service provision. It is one way that they demonstrate to their clients and funders that they are operating responsibly and providing responsive and quality services. "One of the key benefits of participating in CCA's accreditation program is that it promotes an ongoing culture of learning and quality improvement throughout the organization," says Barbara Wiktorowicz, executive director, CCA. The Phoenix Centre was previously accredited by Children's Mental Health Ontario. With this four-year accreditation by the CCA the Phoenix Centre is recognized for achieving established CCA standards in the area of child and youth mental health services. The Phoenix Centre for Children and Families is proud to be accredited by the CCA and looks forward to maintaining the practice standards of quality improvement and responsive, effective community services promoted by the CCA. The Phoenix Centre for Children and Families held an accreditation celebration on April 18, at their two locations in Pembroke and Renfrew to celebrate this achievement. In Renfrew the Phoenix Centre is located at 191 Plaunt St. S. For more information visit them online: http://www.phoenixpembroke.com/.


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Mother would use every last drop of paint around the house, Mary Cook writes

MARY COOK Column ered. Audrey said it had enough paint on it to stand up on its own! Mother thought the old swing in the grape arbour could stand a touching up. It was made of wood, and mother tackled it like someone possessed, leaving the seats to the last. It took her the better part of a day to turn the faded wood to green. Of course, none of us were too happy about the swing getting a coat of paint. It took ages to dry, and that meant none of us could use it, which didn't please my brothers one bit. But mother managed to use up most of the paint, and all that was left was a little dribble in the bottom of the can. She stood in the middle of the yard, looking around her to see what she could dab up. Father had backed the old Model T out of the garage ... only three of the fenders matched, and he could see mother looking

at the odd one father had picked up at Thacker's Garage in Renfrew when we lost one in a ditch on the way in to town one day. Father could read mother like a book. He knew what she was thinking. Well, before you could say "Jack Robinson" he was behind the wheel and out the gate and onto the lane and yelled, "have to get some nails at Briscoe's General Store." We never knew if mother thought she could use up the last of the paint on the fender. But she settled for painting the two poles that held up the clothesline. Audrey said she would bet her last dollar we were the only ones in the entire County of Renfrew with bright green clothesline poles. Emerson said he was mighty glad the privy was hidden behind a cluster of cedar trees. The swing never did look like the rest of the targets mother attacked with the paint brush ... the old boards soaked up the paint like a sponge, but at least it took the last bit out of the can. Mother hadn't wasted a drop. – Mary Cook is a longtime writer with several books in print and in electronic copies. 'Mary Cook's Memories' appears as a regular column.

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Waste, according to my sister Audrey was a word mother thought was right up there with swearing. Nothing was wasted in our house! Audrey said that is why the gallon of bright green paint mother bought at Scott's Hardware in Renfrew to give the pump its usual spring cleanup, would be used until there wasn't a drop left in the can it came in. First of course, was the pump. Then with a lot of paint left over, the privy door was next. Father said he never heard of anything as crazy as painting a privy door with the whole thing hidden in a cluster of cedar trees behind the summer kitchen. Mother paid him no heed, so there was the privy door, a bright green, with the rest of the little building faded and as drab as a cow plop! Two old kitchen chairs on the back stoop, which were solid pine, were now bright green. Mother never was very fond of pine ... always said she thought it rhymed with poverty ... just about everything in our old log house was pine. Father wasn't too happy about the chairs being painted green, and lamented that they had been pine for three generations, but Mother had paint to use up, and as Audrey said, they were right in the line of fire. There was still lots of paint left, so the summer kitchen window sills were the next to get a coat. Mother was going to paint the frames too, but father told her that would seal the windows until doomsday, so she settled for the sills. You could smell paint clear out to the drive shed, and mother was splattered too ... dabs on her nose and the old white pinny she used to clean out the hen house was just about cov-

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Great starter!!! This solid 3bedrm, 2 bath home is ready for immediate occupancy! Updates include; New roof 2016, new windows in 2001, gas furnace 2009, gas stove and gas dryer, and the 100 amp breaker panel. Call Sherri Cobus 613-432-1947 www.sherricobusrealestate.ca $153,000 MLS#1107764

Take a look! Surprisingly spacious and well maintained 4 bedroom home in a great area. Quick access to shopping and highway, with large single detached garage and storage shed. Great value, book your showing. Call Scott Thompson 613-570-8468 $179,900 MLS#1107292

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176 RAGLAN STREET SOUTH A boutique furniture & accessories store for over 30 years in the heart of the downtown core, this location is prime for your future success. Located beside the Royal Bank and with two storefronts this two storey building has been home to the“Korner Hutch”and can be easily made to fit almost any type of retail configuration. Second floor was 4 apartments with a separate front entrance but has been used for furniture sales most recently.

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Call Mike Coulas 613-432-0092 $449,500 MLS#1088976

Call Allison Mulvihill 613-433-2880 allisonmulvihill@royallepage.ca $309,900 MLS #1107039

Fantastic Location for this brick bungalow. 10 min walk to downtown Renfrew and easy access to Hwy #17. Open concept living room kitchen, dining room/solarium is a relaxing spot after a long day’s work. 3 main floor bedrooms. Double attached garage, new cedar deck and fence. Private back yard, gas furnace and fireplace, central air & finished lower level.

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6 inch pine log chalet style home in the Hurd’s Lake Hamlet. Approximately 12 years old, 2 beds, open concept living/ dining/kitchen w/ Jenn-air stove top & built-in oven. Airtight wood stove, finished basement with rec room & laundry/utility area. New propane furnace with central air and a 3 sided deck. Deeded private lake access with sandy beach & boat launch. See it now, buy it now and have possession for this summer!

- Private Waterfront home on Constant Lake - 2.6 Acres, log garage, oil heat, central air, pellet stove, walkout basement - 3 Bedrooms & 3 baths, open dining/living area & finished lower level

Well maintained two bedroom, end unit townhouses across from the Dairy. Main level features spacious kitchen, open living/dining room and 2 bedrooms. Master bedroom and living room both access wrap around deck. Elevator on main floor provides access to basement. Basement, partially finished with gas fireplace, laundry and large bathroom. Single attached garage.

- 3 bedroom bungalow situated on 2.21 acres - Galley kitchen with open concept dining/living room with wood stove. The back of the house has the 3 bedrooms and 4pc bath. - Attached double garage, new roof & insulation.

Call Mike Coulas 613-432-0092 $204,900 MLS#1058991

Call Allison Mulvihill 613-433-2880 $399,000 MLS#1082285

Cathy O’Neil 613-432-0073 or Gerry O’Neil 613-432-2600 $227,500 MLS# 1103468

Call Cathy O’Neil 613-432-0073 or Allison Mulvihill 613-433-2880 $225,000 MLS# 1102793

Summer Company launched in Renfrew County RENFREW COUNTY Enterprise Renfrew County is looking for student entrepreneurs who have a great business idea and want to start their own business this summer. Youth entrepreneurs are encouraged to plan ahead and reach out to Enterprise Renfrew County (ERC) to learn about the Summer Company Program and begin developing their business plan now. Summer Company is funded by the Government of Ontario to enable young people to start a business, create their own summer job and to follow their entrepreneurial dreams with funding support of up to $3,000. The program is available to students between the ages of 15 and 29 who are presently in school, and returning to school in the fall of 2018, to start and operate their own business. Successful applicants will receive up to $1,500 to kick-start their business by helping cover startup costs and, upon successful completion of the program; they will receive another award of up to $1,500. Summer Company is administered by Enterprise Renfrew County on behalf of the province of Ontario. ERC business consultant, Colleen Sadler, says; "Summer Company is an incredible way for students to explore what it takes to be an entrepreneur." ERC staff will assist any young entrepreneur to develop their business concepts and/or explore examples of past Summer Company business types from across the Renfrew County and other parts of Ontario for business ideas. By participating in the program, participants will receive business training, mentoring and assistance from local business leaders that will support them in the day-to-day operation of their enterprise. Summer Company has been available in Renfrew County for seventeen years and has guided almost 200 young entrepreneurs to business success. Applications are now open and, as Summer Company is a highly competitive program with limited spaces available, we encourage students to contact us at the earliest opportunity. The deadline is May 19. For more information: call Enterprise Renfrew County in Pembroke or Renfrew or visit our website at www.enterpriserenfrewcounty.com. Royal Canadian Air Force Association - 433 (Champlain) Wing 164 Argyle Street South, Renfrew, ON K7V 1T5 Office: 432-4485 Lounge: 432-9155 E-Mail: afac433wing@yahoo.com

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514 FORTINGTON ST. This is a quality built home of the highest standards! All brick back split with 3 beds, 1.5 baths, eat-in kitchen. Oak hardwood on most floors with ceramic entrance. Large living room & private cozy family room.Newer windows, gas heat & hot water heater, central air and so much more. No rear neighbors either…Fortington Park in your back yard!

Call Mike Coulas 613-432-0092 $204,900 MLS#1058991

PARTRIDGE DRIvE – CALABOGIE Five lots on this street near the Village of Calabogie. All lots are level and ready for your building plans measuring 100’ wide by 150’ deep. Plus one at just over an acre! Priced at only $18,000. and $29,000. for the larger one. Pick your favorite before they’re gone forever! Very motivated Seller!

Call Mike Coulas 613-432-0092 MLS# 1032740, 1032735, 1032745, 1032751, 1032753

62 ARGYLE ST N - Centre town location, currently zoned‘Downtown Commercial’could be great residential home - Large treed lot with parking for 6 cars. Older building has potential for either commercial or residential. - Main floor offers several small areas as well as a kitchen area. The upper level is the equivalent of a 4 bedroom house. Gas heat

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PAT BLANDFORD A multi decade of Marathon Bridge supporting the Renfrew Victoria Hospital Auxiliary has come to a close. We had great difficulty recruiting players for this

past year, thus we only had seven ladies couples and five couples teams. As there are many places in town for bridge players, we feel this is the reason for the decline. Winners of ladies groups were:

Yvonne Sklepowicz and Barn Roy with a total of 31,230. Winners of the couple groups were: Sue and Kevin McSheffrey with a total of 28,190. We want to thank the loy-

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al supporters of Marathon Bridge who over the years have contributed money and time to help the Auxiliary in our efforts to meet our objectives in helping our wonderful community hospital.

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330 Plaunt St. South, RenfRew Ontario K7V 1n3 Metro City Realty Ltd. (Renfrew) Brokerage A locally owned Independent ndependent Member Broker

613-432-7562

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Sunday, May 20tH 2-4 p.M. Proceed on Raglan St.S. towards Burnstown Rd and turn west on Erindale Ave and follow to the corner of MacDougall Rd and Erindale Ave – follow my signs and I will meet you there! Your Host: Helen Vincent 613-432-0058

142 HaraMiS drive

Saturday, May 19tH 2-4 p.M.

Proceed on Raglan St.,S. to Haramis Drive – turn west on Haramis Drive and travel to the cul de sac at the rear of the subdivision and there is #142. See you there to see this brand new home! Your Host: Helen Vincent 613-432-0058

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Saturday, May 19tH 2-4 p.M. Prime waterfront four season home with excellent year round access to Hwy. Easy travel to the best skiing and family fin. 3 bedrooms with unique solarium living and magnificent waterfront views. May upgrades. Inground pool, calm bay location. You need to see this beauty! Call David today to view 613-401-2824. MLS# 1072914.

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135 StevenSon Cr.

wedneSday, May 23rd 6:30-8:30 p.M.

Come and see this sprawling 3 bedroom bungalow in a prime residential location Proceed on Raglan St towards Raglan N and turn east at Munroe Ave – drive on Munroe Ave until you reach Stevenson Crescent and turn left on Stevenson Crescent until you reach 135 – follow my signs. Hope to see you there. Your Host: Helen Vincent 613-432-0058

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roSeBrugH rd – Hurd’S lake waterfront lot

Lot measures 150’ x 341.14 on beautiful Hurd’s Lake – easy access into the water and a designated perfect site to erect your summer home or permanent residence – paved road right to the entrance This is a premium location and a premium building lot – none left so do not miss this opportunity to secure your destination for even future use. Call Helen for full details at 432-0058

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267a HigH lane – Hurd’S lake

Here it is folks! An outstanding 4 season waterfront home on beautiful Hurd’s Lake – the views are amazing and the swimming and boating are excellent. Easy access off Fraser Rd. Open concept lifestyle, spacious foyer, kitchen and dining room overlooking sunken living room with propane stove and sunporch surrounded by windows. Tiered deck at the water plus dock at lake’s edge. 3 bedrooms, 1 and ½ baths, propane heat and central air. Detached double garage and circular driveway. You must see this summer paradise as soon as you can! Call Helen at 432-0058 to view

1020 garden of eden road

Just completed. A brand new 3 bedroom Hi Ranch located in a country private setting. Close access to the highway and only minutes from town. Full Tarion Warranty and efficient propane furnace.A quality build. Call David to view. 613-401-2824

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(Hunter gate SuBdiviSion)

A 2 bedroom superb garden home with living room, dining room, separate kitchen and 4 pce bath. Central air, gas heat, storage shed at the rear, deck at the back and paved drive. Centrally located for easy access to hwy 17 – excellent shopping only minutes away. Call Helen to view at 432-0058

759 garden of eden rd

A wonderfully designed raised ranch bungalow awaits you here in the country! Minutes from Town of Renfrew. Two levels completely finished with 4 bedrooms, a den plus three bathrooms (beautifully done). Open concept living quarters and family room with pellet stove in the lower level. 2 tiered amazing deck overlooking the meadow at the rear – circular drive – attached 2 car garage with lots of storage – a pleasure to view – Call Helen to see it at 432-0058

57 otteridge ave (Hunter gate SuBdiviSion)

Abrandnewcustom-builtbungalowwith3bedroomsand2full baths. Excellent interior design to accommodate any family. Living quarters are at the rear with living room, dining room and working kitchen plus laundry area and access to 2 car garage. Covered spacious deck off the dining area, patio at the front entrance and paved drive. Full basement. Call Helen to see this one at 432-0058

70 & 74 Springtown Bridge rd., Springtown

2 excellent building lots with 4 season accessibility - #70 has 3.95 Acres and #74 has4.69 acres and lots and lots of waterfront – paved road right to the entrances – entrance guidelines are there – Call Helen at 432-0058 or David at 401-2824

waterfront lot on MadawaSka river 3219a CalaBogie rd.

Survey on file for this beautiful waterfront lot with easy 4 season access off Calabogie Rd. 1.89 acres of land and 220 feet of waterfront. Springtown location. Call Helen for information at 432-0058

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391 barr Street

542 LakevieW LaNe

6 viNce’S LaNe, caLabogie

76 FLeMiNg drive

HANDCRAFTED LOG HOME. WARM, INVITING INTERIOR. QUAINT FRONT PORCH. GARAGE INSULATED & HEATED. DEEDED ACCESS TO HURDS LAKE. MLS# 1106491

37 QueeN Street N.

SOLID BRICK 3 BEDROOM HOME. GREAT CENTRETOWN LOACTION. PRIVATE FENCED REAR YARD MLS# 1107948

PRISTINE 3 BEDROOM HOME WITH DEEDED WATER ACCESS TO BLACK DONALD MLS# 1107662

FOR HER; STUNNING KITCHEN OPEN TO COZY VAULTED LIVING ROOM FOR HIM; TRIPLE GARAGE. MLS# 1108010

FULLY FINISHED ON BOTH LEVELS WITH WALKOUT BASEMENT. THIS MADAWASKA RIVER BUNGALOW HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER. STUNNING VIEWS. EXPANSIVE DECK SPACE. ATTACHED SINGLE GARAGE. EXCELLENT SWIMMING, BOATING & FISHING. MLS# 1107135

Kelly Derue: 613-433-2681

Dennis Yakaback: 613-432-0041

Margaret Dubeau: 613-433-1191

Kelly Derue: 613-433-2681

Dennis Yakaback: 613-432-0041

2425 eady road COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST! 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH OPEN CONCEPT HOME, LARGE MASTER WITH ENSUITE. FINISHED BASEMENT COMPLETE WITH LAUNDRY & MEDIA ROOM MLS# 1099556

4272 river road WATERFRONT CAPE COD STYLE HOME. AN ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT WITH ITS OPEN CONCEPT MLS# 1107093

NICE BLEND OF OLD & NEW. WELL UPDATED OLDER HOME WITH 13 YEAR OLD ADDITION. CUSTOM KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES. LARGE MASTER. 1 ½ BATHS. LOWER LEVEL RECROOM. FENCED YARD. MLS# 1106512

Charlene Riopelle: 613-433-4082

Margaret Dubeau: 613-433-1191

Dennis Yakaback: 613-432-0041

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$319,000

$364,900

$349,900

65 PLauNt Street N. DOWNSIZE IN LUXURY. 2 BEDROOM TOWN HOME WITH WALKOUT LOWER LEVEL. HARDWOOD FLOORS, GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, 2 FIREPLACES. MLS# 1084996

Vince Johnston: 613-433-2254

Charlene Riopelle: 613-433-4082

Kelly Derue: 613-433-2681

53 baNk Street

184 JohN Street

316 duFF ave

273 PheaSaNt ruN

Morris Eady: 613-432-1830

$599,900

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109 LochieL Street

4270 highWay 60

302 LiSgar Steet

286 SidNey aveNue

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Saturday, May 26 12 p.M. – 2 p.M.

Sunday, May 27 1 p.M. – 3 p.M.

MLS# 1098466

$285,000

Your Host: Dennis Yakaback, Broker 613-432-0041

$178,500

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59 NadobNy LaNe

MLS# 1089637

$499,900

110 oPeoNgo road NEED A BIGGER LOT? THEN COME SEE THIS 2 BEDROOM BRICK HOME. CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN RENFREW. MLS# 1089397

GREAT STARTER HOME OR RENTAL PROPERTY! OPEN CONCEPT 1 BEDROOM, 1 BATH HOME ON LARGE 1.5 ACRE LOT MLS# 1104926

BEAUTIFUL, WELL DECORATED BUNGALOW SET ON A 2.1 ACRE LOT WITH A GENTLE SLOPE. FINISHED BASEMENT, LOADS OF PRIVACY, PAVED DRIVE, DECKS, DOCKS, SHEDS & MUCH MORE! MLS# 1095808

4 SEASON COTTAGE HOME WITH 72 ACRES ON HURD’S LAKE. 3 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH, FINISHED BASEMENT WITH WALKOUT MLS# 1087807

$224,900

229 LyNch road COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST! 4 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH, ATTACHED GARAGE & DETACHED GARAGE/WORKSHOP. PROPERTY IN PARK-LIKE CONDITION WITH A POND MLS# 1100659 $399,900 Vince Johnston: 613-433-2254

$499,900

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$169,900

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330 Plaunt Street South, Renfrew Ontario K7V 1N3 rpeever@xplornet.com Metro Metro City City Realty Realty Ltd. (Renfrew) (Renfrew) Brokerage Brokerage A locally oowned wned IIndependent ndependent M Member ember B Broker roker

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136 ENRIGHT RD, ADMASTON

Property being sold “AS IS, WHERE IS”. Eat in kitchen, living room, family room, 1 bedroom and a bathroom on the main floor. 2nd floor has 2 bedrooms, plus small office area in the hallway. 60 amp service, forced air oil furnace, oil tank needs to be replaced. Vinyl sided home with a garage, p.us storage room, approx 15’ by 40’. Good size lot; approximately 8 km from Renfrew. MLS# 1103477. Asking $84,500. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133.

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242 ISABELLA STREET ARNPRIOR

Asking $435,000 for this well maintained and spacious bungalow on a dead end street and close to all amenities, hardwood floors, open concept and new roof in 2017. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319.

1848 FRONTENAC ROAD

Asking $129,900 for this two bedroom country home, well maintained with a bright and spacious interior and two good outbuildings. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319.

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41 BONNECHERE ST. N.

1975 CALABOGIE RD

Asking $675,000 for this stunning executive waterfront home, 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, open concept interior, attached garage and paved circular drive. A must see home. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319..

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CALABOGIE ROAD WATERFRONT Asking $295,000 for this three bedroom, two bath cottage with well and septic and 350 ft. of shoreline. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319

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2 storey, brick home in excellent state of repair. Eat in kit, DR, LR, mostly hardwood flooring. 2nd floor 4 bdr, 1-4pc bath, full basement, Gas heat, new 1 1/2 car detached garage, large parking area. Must See! Call Ross Peever: 613-433-1133

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776 LYNCH ROAD Asking $475,000 for this impressive and updated 4 BR bungalow with finished basement on a private small lake minutes from town. Updated roof, furnace, insulated and heated large garage and 310 feet of shoreline on this double lot. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319.

209 WILSON ST. $189,900 for this two bedroom home with open interior on a quiet street, gas heat, central air, heated workshop and fenced yard. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319.

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4 S ACRE

64 BUTLER RD. Just on the edge of town with acreage this updated home is perfect to downsize to or start out in. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319.

578 CALVIN RD

102 Acre, family hobby farm. Older 2 storey brick home with many updates. Newer windows, kitchen has been remodeled, steel shed 30 by 30 with cement floor. Older frame barn designed for cow calf operation. Several older free standing sheds. Natural gas heating, cedar bush, with fields plus pasture. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133.

(Turn key operation) 380 acres, 275 till able, random tile drained. 61.65kg milk quota, large free style barn, double four herring bone parlour. New free style addition for dry cows. An older framed barn updated with newer extension for bred heffers. 3 upright silos, large cement manure pit, several large sheds for machinery or hay. A beautiful 1600 sq ft brick bungalow with garage. Many more details. Call Ross 613-433-1133.

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45 CHARRON LANE

TOTAL PRIVACY. 739’ of pristine shoreline on 6 acres. Spectacular view of the lake & mountain. Large 3 bedroom home with 2 - 4 piece bathrooms and a detached 3 bay garage. Kitchen, dining room, living room with wood fireplace and sun room. Two separate cottages; include a studio and a work shop. A sauna by the beach with a quiet bay and beautiful sunsets. Motivated Seller, price reduced! A must see! Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133

43 ACRE6 S

62 DURACK LINE 101 acres of clay loam soil with approximately 96 acres of clear land at the present time. Approximately 86 acres cultivated non tile drained. Excellent growing land. MLS# 1106365. Asking $529,000. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133.

100 VAILE ROAD

Beautiful setting for this 3 storey log-sided home with a wraparound verandah. Cathedral ceiling & wood stove in the family room. Deck off FR leads to an above ground pool. Efficient U-shaped kitchen with an island is open to the dining room. Main floor laundry roomis combined with a 3PC bath. 4 bedrooms & a full bath occupy the second level. Fully insulated detached garage & income generating solar panels. MLS# 1086596. Asking $339,000. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133.

1656 KENNELLY MOUNTAIN ROAD

2 bedroom home is rented at the present time. Land is also rented as pasture and hay fields. There is a creek that flows through the property, bush consists of some hardwood, mature cedar and softwood. Very unique property. Lots of frontage on several township roads. Butts up to Dacre centre. One of kind. $429,000. MLS# 1106615. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133.

428 STONE ROAD

Great beef or hay farm,all in one block.Loam with small pockets of clay soil slightly sloping west to east. Upright cement silo (20 by 70), cattle shed 32’ by 30’ with attached storage shed at the front - 32’ by 40. Upright silo - 20’ by 70’, frame grain shed - 23’ by 30’. 2 story home, with wood and vinyl siding. Large eat in kitchen with separate dining and living room both with hardwood floors. second level has 5 bedrooms, 1 4pc bathroom all with hardwood flooring. Home is heated with a newer outdoor wood furnace and all newer windows. MLS# 1102788. Asking $699.900. Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133

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6099 CENTENNIAL DRIVE

Asking $285,000 for this three bedroom bungalow waterfront home on beautiful Centennial Lake with a paved drive and HI Speed internet. Call Peter Vincent 613-432-0319

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488 MULLINS ROAD

Vinyl sided bungalow which has been totally remodeled in 2010. Kitchen, living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms and 1 4pc bathroom on the main floor. Finished basement has rec room, 2 bedrooms and 1 3 pc bathroom in the laundry room. Large deck off the dining room, forced air propane furnace with central air. Roof also replaced in 2010. Just move right in. This home is a must see! Call Ross Peever 613-433-1133

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