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COLOUR ME FUN Colours and shapes and drawings, oh my! Children put their artistic skills to the test at the Heritage House Museum on Saturday. 15

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Mayor Dennis Staples, who has served as mayor of the town for 25 years, wants to continue to work to make Smiths Falls the best place to live, work and play. Staples, who will be making his way to 4,000 Smiths Falls residents’ doors beginning Wednes-

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Councillor Rob Peters intends to run again for Smiths Falls council. Peters made the announcement at a joint community forum that he held with mayoral candidate Jeff Keays on August 23 at Angelo’s Dining Lounge. “This evening, and I’m going to put it to you this way because it has not been formalized at the municipal level and I don’t want to cause any issues with it, but my intent is to run for council once again October 25,” said Peters. “And, I’m looking for all of the support that I can get for that.” Peters filed the required pa-

perwork on the morning of Aug. 24 to make his re-election bid official. Saying the last four years have been difficult for Smiths Falls, Peters said it is time to start moving forward. He also said that his intent to run for council is largely because he believes in mayoral candidate Jeff Keays. “It is very important for me to let people know that my intent to run for council is simply because I think we have an opportunity now to start moving the municipality in the direction that I feel comfortable we can do,” said Peters, with reference to Keays. See ‘PETERS’, page 3

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SCRUB A DUB DUB! Skills Link participants Shawna Stevens and Aaron Masters polish up a car during the Skills Link car wash, which was held in support of the Smiths Falls Community Food Bank. The group collected roughly 60 cans. For more photos, please turn to page 20.

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Summer is almost over and back to school season is upon us. But the cost of school supplies can quickly add up, leaving some families strapped for cash. That’s why the Smiths Falls Community Food Bank is looking for help. “We really need school snacks,” says Sylvia Davis, manager of the Smiths Falls Community Food Bank. Items such as pudding cups, drink boxes and nut-free snack bars are in high demand right now at the local food bank. “It’s good for kids to go to school with their tummies full,” says Davis. Generally, Davis says the summer has been quiet, because people are out of routine, and not a lot of food raising events have taken place. “Summer is the hardest time … the number of donations is down but the number of clients is also down,” she says. “People don’t have to pay for high heating and hydro bills. It’s the quietest time for clients and donations.” But that number quickly shoots up at the end of August because of back to school expenses. “We need a kick to get going again,” says Davis. “The usage is heavy in August because kids are going back to school and less and less is provided by schools.” Currently, 175 families are using the food bank, which equals roughly 350 to 400 people. “It’s a lot,” says Davis. “But it’s lower than August and winter.” The food bank is also in need of items such as pasta, sauce and tuna. The Smiths Falls Community Food Bank is located at 93 Russell St. E. Call 613-283-6695 for more information. Food or cash donations can be dropped off at the food bank on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. In September, the hours will change to 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

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Peters seeks re-election to town council Peters also said that based on his past conversations with Keays, he believes Keays has an understanding of business accruement and a very good sense of community. In response to why he is not running for the top job, Peters said the time commitment would be far too great for him, considering the businesses he is already involved with and that Smiths Falls has the most worthy candidate in Jeff Keays. If re-elected, Peters says his future councillor role is to continue to bring his business presence to council, to push Smiths Falls forward with a new direction and to play a key role in making the tough decisions required to move the town forward, something he says is sorely lacking right now. “It disappoints me at times that we spend so much time trying to make decisions rather than actually making them,” said Peters. “That’s one of the things I’ve been frustrated by and that needs to change.” Peters said the town’s lack of planning, its increasing debt load and its declining population are some of his other concerns. “My feeling is that we’ve been far too reactive to situations. We need to be proactive in the planning process. And, that is something that I will be pushing forward to see changed,” said Peters. As an example, Peters cited the new arena project. He believes that the project’s finances were mismanaged because there was not a proper plan in place. According to Peters, the taxpayers of Smiths Falls have been left carrying the weight of a $4 million debt and the town is now trying to figure out how to afford the new arena. “Even as late as this evening, I once again put on our council agenda that we need to have our cost sharing arrangements with our neighbouring municipalities put in place,” said Peters. “It should have been done two years ago. We’re now six weeks away from commissioning the new facility and we do not have a cost sharing

arrangement with partners that use the facility 65 per cent of the time.” Peters also said that although current Mayor Dennis Staples indicated last spring that the town needs to reduce residential taxes, he is not in favour of doing so. In the last four years, Peters says that $14 million in new debt was added to the Town of Smiths Falls. Making reference to what he called “the Aquablue debacle,” Peters also cited the unreasonable expectations that were raised in touting the 300 jobs the deal was to bring to Smiths Falls. He also noted the unnecessary expensing of $3,800 back to the municipality to court these potential business investors. “The community doesn’t need that,” said Peters. “The community needs a good, logical base. If we’re going to spend money to take people out, we better make sure they’re the right people. It was clear from the beginning that we had some issues there.” Peters said that moving forward, the proper leadership needs to be put in place, along with a supporting cast that he hopes to be a part of. One resident asked Peters what the current council has done with regards to recruiting physicians to Smiths Falls, something the resident noted was talked about during the last election campaign. “I have a sense nothing has happened in the last four years,” said the resident. Peters replied that council started by getting some recommendations from physicians, health units and other people within the first six months of their new term. “Where it’s gone from there?” said Peters. “I’ll be honest with you. It’s gone nowhere.” Peters cited both Belleville and Kemptville as municipalities that have succeeded in recruiting physicians, primarily because they have implemented what the doctors were looking for. Peters made it clear that while he was not in favour of buying doctors, he does believe an investment into the community is necessary in order to attract physicians to Smiths Falls.

“I would agree with you,” said Peters. “It’s an issue that has not been focussed on enough.” FINDING A COMMON GROUND For his part, Keays indicated that the community needs to believe and work towards recruiting doctors to Smiths Falls. However, he also thinks that the town needs to look towards implementing community health centres, which provide better access to doctors and services such as the Aging in Place program, which allows people to stay in their homes. “This program provides support workers to go into a seniors’ residence to provide services such as physiotherapy, programming, recreation and social interaction in their home,” said Keays. “But, we can’t do that until we have a say at the county where our social service dollars are being spent. We don’t have a vote at the county level. And, that is an arrangement that I would like to explore with the county and with the province.” Another resident asked Keays to give an example of his experience in bringing together people of differing opinions in order to achieve a common goal. Keays cited downtown Ottawa’s crack cocaine epidemic and the controversial needle and pipe exchange programs that were implemented to combat the problem. He indicated that there was a huge polarization between those who were in favour of the exchange program and those who were against it. By bringing together the community, police services, fire services and other stakeholders, Keays said that he worked hard to find common ground. Keays said through his leadership, he not only found that common ground but he successfully implemented a program whereby the needles and crack pipes are no longer being picked up en masse throughout downtown Ottawa’s streets. Both Keays and Peters are planning to hold future community forums, though no dates have yet been set. Stay tuned to Smiths Falls This Week for any future announcements.

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Staples, Peters and Hawe discuss sister city union, YMCA at AMO MELISSA DI COSTANZO melissa.diocstanzo@metroland.com

Following two delegating meetings at the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, three town representatives say they’ve returned with encouraging discussions. AMO attendees Mayor Dennis Staples, councillors Robin Hawe and Rob Peters were granted two delegation meetings at the 2010 annual conference: one with Michael Chan, Minister of Tourism and Culture, and Health Promotion Minister, Margarett Best. During the meeting with Chan, the trio updated him on the sister city agreement Smiths Falls signed with Xiangfan City. “He was most impressed and interested in the sister city agreement,” said Staples. “He saw the benefits for the tourism component.” At the Aug. 23 committee-of-thewhole meeting, Staples referenced the marking of 40 years of diplomatic relations Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President of China Hu Jintao celebrated in June, reflecting on its proximity to Smiths Falls’ signing. Canada has now been granted Ap-

proved Destination Status by China, which is good news for tourism, Staples added, as the number of tourists is expected to climb nine per cent per year. Staples said Chan was also interested in the education memorandum of understanding recently signed between Smiths Falls and Xiangfan City, which will see 500 students come to the Smiths Falls and Ottawa areas over the next three years. Peters echoed Staples, saying the minister was interested in how quickly the town was able to piece together a relationship with Xiangfan City. “It was nice to hear at the provincial level, of how important that would be for the education field,” said Peters, of Chan’s interest in the education memorandum of understanding. “He was very enthusiastic about that, as a whole.” Hawe agreed. “(Chan said) a friendship agreement isn’t as significant as a sister city agreement,” said Hawe. “I was happy to (hear) that. He will be a good contact for the municipality.” YMCA DISCUSSIONS Hawe, Peters and Staples updated

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Best on the YMCA situation (MPP Jean-Marc Lalonde was also present), telling her the feasibility study has been completed and that the town’s intention is to complete the final report by January 2011. This report will flesh out capital costs, a business plan and locations for a YMCA facility in town. “Each of us spoke about our needs for this,” said Staples. Staples said staff will be contacting Bob Chiarelli, recently appointed Minister of Infrastructure, as per Best’s suggestion. “We’ll let him know there are needs and a plan underway,” said Staples. Hawe said Best was shocked the town had no public pool. “She knows we need that for our citizens,” says Hawe. “I’m still optimistic about us getting funds down the road for a YMCA.” Peters said he attended AMO to provide strength in numbers regarding the YMCA issue. “(Best) knows how important the future health of this community (is important),” said Peters. “We’re going to continue to fight to move this process forward.”

Staples to go door-to-door next week This isn’t including a new Via Rail station, the OPP Eastern Ontario Regional Administrative Centre, the new location of the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, the redevelopment of the old Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute building, the Station Theatre and the renovation of the Child Development Centre. “These projects will position the town very well for the balance of this century,” says Staples. Looking to the future, Staples says four initiatives (the downtown master plan, the waterfront master plan, the tourism master plan and the cultural mapping report) are very important pieces of work that will be vital for the next council to continue to map out the outlook of the town. “The quality of life, housing values, infrastructure is in excellent shape, the arena … all of that contributes to attracting people,” says Staples. With regards to a higher salary for the mayor’s seat, Staples says money is not his concern. “I want to offer my services if the people are still interested in reelecting me,” he says. “I’m not in it for the money.” Staples says he’s mindful of issues ongoing in the town, and maintains job attraction and economic development are still very important issues. He says establishing contacts and serving as a responsible communicator between council and the community is key to the mayoral position. “Experience and time on council and through treating people with

trust and respect,” he says, of developing relationships between, for example, ministers. “How you do your job is vitally important to the community.” Staples addressed the issue of secrecy, saying when a developer approaches the town with regards to a vacant property, this interaction is kept confidential. “We have to abide by that request, or the developer will walk away,” he explains. “Anything else we share around the council table.” During the launch of his campaign mid-June, mayoral candidate Jeff Keays indicated the town experienced “only secrecy and inaction by an administration that stumbles to introduce the kind of strategic thinking that can deliver hope to our residents and business community.” GOING DOOR-TO-DOOR Staples will be stopping at the doors of Smiths Falls’ residents beginning on Sept. 1. He says he will take note if residents have questions, comments or concerns. Residents can also reach Staples via email. This is the fifth year Staples will be going doorto-door, and it takes more than 100 hours to complete.

“A lot of the times, the questions are operational, but it provides a level of discussions,” he says. “Hopefully, people will be more engaged.” Staples won’t be coming to your doors on Sunday or during the evenings, but will leave a flyer at all doors.

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Despite initial plans to be open in time for the Smiths Falls Jr. A Bears’ regular season, the new Memorial Community Centre is now slated to open in mid-October. “Right now, the contingency plan is to open in October,” says the vice-president of Guy Saumure and Sons Construction Ltd., Chris Saumure, who is also the cost estimator and project manager. “We had to change our plans.” Two weeks ago, the plan was to be open in time for Sept. 24, when the Bears will host the Pembroke Lumber Kings in their home opener game. Saumure says the plans changed when crews realized the washroom and lobby wouldn’t be ready in time. “It might be (open) the first week of October,” he says. “Right now, we’re aiming for October 15. One contingency plan is to fire up the old rink. The lobby and washrooms aren’t ready. I can’t see us being ready for the home opener. I can’t see that possibility.” Saumure says crews lost roughly a month of construction time when the federal government kicked in $2 million from a Community Adjustment Fund (CAF) grant. “The grant allowed us to retrofit the youth arena and the second floor of the new facility,” he explains. “We lost a month to a month and a half in redesign drawings and we weren’t able to pick up that time again.” He says proximity to the completion date of the facility allowed crews to come to this realization. “We’re so close, we realized we’re two to three weeks late,” he says. “I only have one chance to

make a lasting impression.” Saumure says a meeting with building officials was scheduled to take place early this week in order to iron out three contingency plans, which are to use the old rink, use the youth arena or plan to be open by the first week of October. Rick St. Dennis, director of community services, says he’s prepared to deal with an October occupancy date. “We always have a back-up plan in place,” he says. “At the present time, we’re prepared to fire up the old community centre just in case, and we’ll be ready to go.” Meanwhile, construction is continuing: the boards have been installed a week early, and Saumure estimates construction on the lobby and washrooms will take seven to eight weeks to complete because of details, such as ceramics. “We might miss two weeks of the start of the season, but it will make people appreciate the new building even more,” he says. DONATION INFORMATION Those wishing to donate can purchase a seat in the new arena for $200, and a plaque bearing the donor’s name will be placed on the seat. There’s also the Square Footers’ Club, in which, for $100, a purchaser can buy one square foot of the new rink. Pledge forms to donate to the arena are available at the town hall (77 Beckwith St. N.), on the town’s website (http://www.smithsfalls.ca/communitycentre-project.cfm) or by contacting fundraising chair Rob Dopson via the community services department at 613-283-4124, ext.122.

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Truck traffic through town needs rethinking Dear editor, In recent media reports in and around Smiths Falls, Mayor Dennis Staples has suggested that public consultation has been a tenet of his administration. True, there has been consultation under his watch, however as is often the case, the “consultation” is often an upload of technical documents to the town’s website or a very long, very dry presentation that does little to fully explain the issues in question. A case in point is the recent consultation regarding the Beckwith Street reconstruction project. The town did ask for feedback on the detailed design - what type of streetlighting should be used? Should there be more trees? Should we increase the sidewalk width? Should we build for future uses such as patios etc.? See ‘GIVING’, page 13

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ummer is beginning to slowly wind down, but that doesn’t mean we should become less cautious around pools and bodies of water. As we flock to local beaches and friends’ pools, water safety is often the last thing on anyone’s mind – that is, until something goes wrong. According to the Canadian Red Cross, the most drownings occur in the months of July and August, when temperatures are typically at their highest. Cooling off usually becomes our objective, while safety sometimes takes a backseat. Now is the time to think about water safety – before your toes touch the water. The City of Ottawa website states that the leading cause of drowning with children is a backyard pool. Make sure your pool is properly fenced with a padlocked gate to prevent children from wandering into the area and accidentally falling in. Take care when boating, and always ensure to follow the rules of the water. When it comes to swimming in open water, women are more likely to observe safe water practices. Every year, more men drown than their female counterparts. Canadian Red Cross statistics show that 81 per cent of all drownings are men, particularly in the 35 to 44 age range. Over 90 per cent of drowning fatalities related to boating were male, as well as 83 per cent of recreational swimming fatalities. Often swimmers over-estimate their abilities and get a cramp, then can’t make it back to shore. Instead of diving straight in, take a moment to think about swimming distances, and always contact a friend or family member if you’re going far. So how can swimmers stay safe? The most important thing is to never swim alone. Make sure that if something goes wrong, there is still someone around to call for help. Children should swim within arms reach at all times. Having supervision close by can prevent a tragedy before it has a chance to start. Exercise common sense and safety practices, because in the long run, it could save a life.

Editorial Policy Smiths Falls This Week welcomes letters to the editor. Senders must include their full name, complete address and a contact phone number. Addresses and phone numbers will not be published. We reserve the right to edit letters for space and content, both in print and online at www.yourottawaregion.com. To submit a letter to the editor, please email to jason.marshall@metroland.com, fax to 613-267-3986 or mail to Smiths Falls This Week, 12 Russell St. E., Smiths Falls, ON, K7A 1E8.

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Vote Smiths Falls as the Ultimate Fishing Town JoAnne Keays is working hard to make Smiths Falls the Ultimate Fishing Town. Keays, co-owner of Smile Sensations, has entered the town in the World Fishing Network’s Ultimate Fishing Town contest. Now, it’s up to her to get friends, family and co-workers to support the nomination. Here’s an update of the situation now. As of Aug. 17, all nominated towns will be open to public vote. Each person is allowed to vote once every 24 hours until Sept. 1. Starting Sept. 7, the final round begins with the top two most-voted towns from each region. WFN will then select an additional six “wild card” nominations to make up the top 10 towns. The town that gets the most votes will be the winner, a position she hopes Smiths Falls will be in. “It’s up to our friends, family and coworkers to support our nomination,” says Keays. The grand prize is $25,000 and a halfhour show produced by WFN featuring the winning town and a trophy commemorating the winning town as

MELISSA DI COSTANZO Melissa’s musings WFN’S Ultimate Fishing Town. In this case, Keays says if the town wins, the money will be spent towards youth recreation and leisure programming. “We have something unique to offer, and should be taking great pride in our Rideau Canal waterway,” says Keays. We couldn’t have said it better, JoAnne! For more information, check out the site: http://www.wfn.tv/ultimatefishing-town/vote and help support JoAnne’s great idea! VACATION TIME FOR ME After a short and hot summer, I’m bidding Smiths Falls goodbye for one week, and will be taking a holiday. Finally! I can’t believe summer is almost over and that school is about to start again. It seems like yesterday when I covered

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the high school grad. At that time, summer holidays were just a dream. I just can’t wait to enjoy some time to relax, finish reading a fantastic book I just started (it’s called Zeitoun, in case you’re interested in a good read) and soak up some rays (and hopefully, not get burnt). And where am I going, you may ask? Well, let’s just say that what happens in the city I’m going to, stays in this city …

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From page 6 This year, the goal is to fill 1,200 boxes. Participants may fill a shoebox or drop off essential hygiene items (toothbrushes, toothpaste, hand and body cream, deodorant, combs, brushes, hand soap, shampoo, razors, etc.) at a number of locations. Individuals are encouraged to fill just one box. Shoeboxes will be shipped to Chernobyl for distribution to seniors who do not have access to these very basic items. The local drop off location is Community Home Support Lanark County (there’s a location in Smiths Falls and Perth). Tax receipts will be issued for those who include their name, address and the original receipt(s). The campaign completion date is Sept. 1; however, donations of filled boxes, miscellaneous items and cash donations are also accepted throughout the year. Let’s help out and get those numbers up! GET READY TO RAMBLE! In rain or shine, come join the Montague volunteer firefighters for a day of fun, food and music on Saturday, Aug. 28! Festivities begin at noon with a carnival and games for kids, a barbecue and raffles, and then continue with a demolition derby (which begins at 2 p.m.) and more. The day will wrap up with concerts by Eddy and the Stingrays and the Bowes Brothers. The ramble is an annual event which raises money for Muscular Dystrophy, and takes place at 6547 Roger Stevens Dr. Tickets are $15 in advance; $20 at the event and children until 14 are free. For more information, contact Craig Barr at 613-283-8266 or cdbarr@ripnet.com. FRANKTOWN YARD SALE

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St. Paul’s United Church in Franktown will be holding a yard sale on Saturday, Sept. 11 beginning at 9 a.m. Restoration repairs are being carried out on the church: repair work has been done on the old tin roof and eavestroughs have been installed at the rear. Wind and snow enter through the closed front doors, necessitating the professional installation of adequate weather stripping. Please come out to help maintain this lovely old stone building.


Smiths Falls to host first volunteer fair on Sept. 8

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If you’re new in town, have a little extra time on your hands, or if you’re a student looking to fulfill community service hours, then the Smiths Falls Volunteer Fair is the place for you. “I think it’s a good thing for community,” says Pat Foulkes, a volunteer with the fair. “It will give us a whole new group of volunteers to feed into, because there are some organizations really crying for help.” The fair, which is the first of its kind in town and is taking place on Wednesday, Sept. 8, will feature a number of tables chock full of information for interested volunteers. Foulkes is expecting roughly 30 local organizations to be signed up for the fair. Interested organizations are asked to state their interest in participating by Thursday, Aug. 26 (today). So far, Big Brothers Big Sisters Lanark County, the Smiths Falls Lions Club, the Rideau Environmental Action League, the Smiths Falls Community Theatre, the Canal Railway and Chocolate Festival and the Smiths Falls Public Library have all signed on to have tables and information at the fair. There is no cost for this event to any organization. Each organization will have their own table to advertise their organization and their need for volunteers. “The purpose of the fair is to make it easy for people in town wishing to volunteer to do so,” explains Lynn Preston, the volunteer coordinator with the Rideau Volunteers. “The intent is to have all organizations in town that use or could use volunteers to be there

and sign people up who express an interest reational sign up will also be occurring at the same location from 5 to 8 p.m. in volunteering with that organization.” If you have any questions or need more Foulkes says organizers will blitz the BAKER’S FARM town with posters and flyers in order to at- information, please contact one of the folPicked Fresh Daily! tract new people. Organizers will also be lowing: Lynn Preston at 613-283-9500, Pat Hwy. 43 at Rosedale Rd. Foulkes at 613-283-2706 or Margo Loughren reaching out to students, heading to the 613-283-5033 409521 at 613-283-4124. classrooms during the first week back. “Any kind of a volunteer base makes a community stronger,” she says. “Most of the town’s volunteers are getting tired and older. We really need to increase (the number of) volunteers in many organizations.” This will hopefully lead to an increase in local volunteers. “We’re hoping that we’ll get a good turn out and each organization will gain new, fresh blood to help it reach its goals,” explains Preston. “We Over 30 years’ experience! are hoping this event will get lots of new volunteers out of the woodwork and into the organizations of Smiths Falls. The final goal is to make Smiths Falls a more vibrant and healthy community.” Serving this area since 2001 – Foulkes agrees. Thank you for your patronage! “I hope it’s going to make Smiths Falls better than ever and a great place to live,” she says. “It’s a great way to find out about the community, get to know people and to get to  Wall-to-Wall Cleaning know what’s going on in your comCall for a FREE munity.”  Upholstery Cleaning IN-HOME ESTIMATE And, if it’s successful, the fair will  Area Rugs return annually.  Vertical Blinds The Smiths Falls Volunteer Fair is taking place on Wednesday, Sept. 8 at  Emergency Flood Clean-Up (Tel) the old Memorial Community Centre, and is running from 2 to 4 p.m. (Cell) and then again from 5 to 8 p.m. Rec-

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Who Can Vote? A person is entitled to vote in a municipal election if he or she on voting day, • resides in the local municipality, or is the owner or tenant of land in the municipality, or the spouse of such owner or tenant; and • is a Canadian citizen, and • is at least 18 years old, and • is not prohibited from voting by law.

Voting at Your Convenience – Paperless Ballot Electors in the Township of Montague, the Town of Perth and Tay Valley Township will be voting electronically, by internet or telephone, in the 2010 municipal election. There will be no paper ballot. A Voter Information Letter will be mailed to you directly, in the month of October, providing you with a Personal Identification Number (PIN) which will allow you to vote 24 hours a day for 7 days (October 18-25), from any telephone or any device connected to the internet. If access to a telephone or internet connection is unavailable to you, a Voter Help Centre will be established at the municipal office with telephone and internet access from Monday, October 18 to Friday, October 22 during regular business hours and on Monday, October 25 from the start of business until 8 p.m.

NEW! Identification Requirements Proof of identity and residence is required in the following instances. • When adding or deleting one’s name from the Voters’ List. • When filing nomination papers as a candidate. • When deactivating and re-issuing a PIN. • When a scrutineer is present at the Help Centre. • When issuing an oath.

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The Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital’s $43 million Smiths Falls site redevelopment project is now in the final year of the two-and-a-half year project. In May, the hospital opened its new 58,000-squarefoot patient care wing. In June, construction started on the renovations of the wing built during the 1950s and in October, renovations will begin on the 1960s wing. The renovation of the 1950s wing, now underway, includes major exterior work which will necessitate affecting the parking arrangements at the emergency parking lot located off of Cornelia Street. Landscaping

and additional water catch basins are part of the work to take place that will see the expansion of the current emergency parking lot to 39 permanent spaces as well as improved access to the emergency department. Please note the current entrance gate to the emergency parking lot will be closed effective 6 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 26 to allow for the above mentioned groundwork in the emergency parking lot. As a result, approximately 22 of the 35 temporary/permanent parking spaces will be lost for three to four weeks as construction takes place. So as to facilitate access to the emergency

lot during this short period of time, the current exit gate to the emergency parking lot will also be used for the entrance to the remaining parking spaces. Patients and visitors accessing the emergency department may also park in the main parking lot located on Elmsley Street. In addition, provision has been made to afford people accessing the emergency department only to use a temporary parking lot. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this work will help complete the very important renovation of the Smiths Falls site. -Submitted by the Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital

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A pilot and two passengers were uninjured after a plane crash landed in Lanark Highlands on Thursday, Aug. 19. OPP said the small airplane was travelling from Pembroke to Ottawa when it started to experience engine trouble and lost power. The pilot contacted the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (air and marine search) in Trenton and was able to safely land the plane in a cornfield on Concession 11E of Lanark, just west of Clayton.

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The pilot, a 48-year-old Ottawa man, and two adult passengers were not injured. There was minimal damage to the single-engine aircraft, which is based out of the (Russ Beach) Smiths Falls-Montague Airport. “I can’t think of a crash landing that’s been that successful,” said OPP Const. Sean Trahan. “It’s amazing how it landed.” The corn field, which was chock full of six-foot-tall stalks, did suffer some damage. A Canadian Forces helicopter responded to the scene, along with Lanark County OPP. Transport Canada was notified and is continuing the investigation.

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Councillors support funding request to foster creative economy MELISSA DI COSTANZO melissa.dicostanzo@metroland.com

The following are briefs from the Town of Smiths Falls’ Aug. 23 committee-of-the-whole meeting at 5 p.m. All councillors were present at the meeting. MAKING SF THE CENTRE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXCELLENCE Councillors gave their blessing to staff to proceed with an application to Valley Heartland Community Futures Corporation for $7,500 in financial support in order to assist the Fostering the Creative Economy project. The project proposal includes developing Smiths Falls as the centre of photographic excellence, launching a website that fosters interest in the town as a location for all activities related to photography, providing an array of venues for all ages and levels of expertise to learn and develop photography skills and to provide incorporation funding for the Smiths Falls and District Arts and Culture Council. “I was told by professional photographers there is no place where professional photographers … can work in an open, creative and diverse environment,” said Bob Cheetham, the town’s manager of economic development. “There are a number of places in Smiths Falls were photography and art can be exhibited.” The economic development department has already set up two “very successful” test photoshoots for 10 professional photographers, which took place at the old water treatment plant and at Bobby Hanson’s

aircraft hangar at the (Russ Beach) Smiths Falls/Montague Airport. The $7,500 budget includes $2,000 for the development and creation of a photographic excellence website, and $3,000 for the incorporation of the Smiths Falls and District Arts and Culture Council. The opportunities, Cheetham said, are many, including community-wide participation and an annual photographic conference. “It lends well to tourism and all things involved with it,” he said. “It will open the doors to bring people to the community.” Coun. Chris Cummings said he fully supports the project. “I think it’s excellent,” he said. “It’s a great, interesting niche. It’s a market for us to really get into. It has a good chance of burgeoning.” Mayor Dennis Staples agreed. “This is a no brainer, to move this forward,” he said. SUMMER HOURS Coun. Dawn Quinn wants council to consider the agenda before attending meetings, referencing the half-hour council meeting which took place on Aug. 16. “I believe all of us have value in our time,” she said. “I could have been doing lots of things (last week). It needs to be looked at.” Quinn said summer hours could often produce a slimmer schedule and asked councillors to consider consolidating meetings and issues to make for a more effective meeting. “(We should) work out a meeting or two per month so when we’re here, we have a good working meeting,” she said.

Coun. Ken Graham said he didn’t think the schedule should be season-specific and Coun. Chris Cummings agreed, saying, depending on the schedule, certain council and committee meetings should be merged. Coun. Rob Peters said there is typically a lighter schedule in the summer, and that each meeting should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. The issue will be added to the standing items section of the agenda in order to be discussed again. BENEFICIAL FLEXIBLE HOURS Mallory said flexible hours for the law enforcement team regarding animal issues and education have resulted in worthwhile education regarding dog tags and rabies vaccinations tags. After speaking to roughly 40 residents who own animals, staff learned the majority of owners ensure their dog is leashed and make certain they poop and scoop after their pet. Many, staff learned, didn’t have dog tags or rabies vaccination tags. “Its well worth its efforts educating the public,” said Mallory. IN NEED OF A SIGN

all around town announcing the names of business at street corners, will be launched, said Mallory. Contact Mallory at 613-283-4124 if you’re interested in advertising your business. REMINDERS On Monday, Sept. 6, 77 Beckwith St. N. will be closed. There will be no recycling pick up in town, but there will be garbage collection. The final bills for taxes are due Aug. 30. CONFERENCE TAKING PLACE IN SF The Eastern Ontario Municipal Water Association (EOMWA) conference will be taking place in Smiths Falls on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at the Station Theatre. In addition to meetings, the new water treatment plant will be showcased.

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A two-vehicle head-on collision at around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 17 sent 71-year-old Marion Laming, of Toledo, to the Ottawa Civic Hospital. “The last update I had was that the woman went in with serious injuries and is in critical, but stable condition,” said Const. Sandra Barr with the Leeds County detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police. The crash occurred on Highway 15 near Freeland Road, near Portland. Philippe David, a 23-year-old Gatineau man, was travelling northbound when he

crossed the centre line, colliding with Laming’s vehicle, says Barr. Both were lone occupants. Laming was airlifted to hospital. David was sent to the Smiths Falls site of the Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital and was treated and released, Barr said. He was later charged with failing to drive in a marked lane. Barr said there were no indications of ejection, and that alcohol wasn’t a factor. Highway 15 was closed at Big Rideau Lake Road and County Road 42 for six hours on Aug. 17, where technical traffic collision investigators conducted the investigation.

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So was there consultation? I’m not sure. If people had been truly made aware of the issues, with several possible options in order to provide their input, then yes. However this was not the case, the end result was predetermined from the outset, and not with meaningful downtown revitalization in mind. If the administration (as previously mentioned) were really interested in getting public feedback they would have done a much better job. They would have worked with the community to lobby the province to develop a solution to the cut-through truck traffic, not take the easier path that will create more truck traffic. Our decision-making processes must be more creative and mindful of the future. It must respect the sustainability of our environment, neighbourhoods and business areas. Most importantly, a decision of this magnitude must never again be made without consulting area residents, businesses

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All were important questions and some of them resulted in a variety of community responses. However, there is one small but critically important point of clarification that is needed and it relates directly to the realities of Connecting Link Funding (CLF). Under CLF, Smiths Falls is obligated to allow disruptive and congestive cutthrough heavy truck traffic (2,220 vehicles per day according to staff presentations) through the heart of our downtown core. This obligation flies in the face of good transportation principals, downtown revitalization planning, environmental health and public safety and what I know town residents want in their revitalized downtown. Since the late 1960s, communities, planners, thoughtful developers and environmentalists have pushed back against this type of destructive transportation planning citing the obvious – that heavy truck traffic and pedestrian mobility don’t mix, and, in fact, do little to stimulate commerce and sustainable downtowns. Numerous municipalities across Ontario and throughout Canada have gone to great lengths to “calm traffic” through introductions of new policies and strategic infrastructure planning. I understand that our neighbouring municipality of Perth is examining this very issue right now, as they undertake a revitalization of Wilson Street. I applaud the town for its effort but wonder why Smiths Falls did not take a similar approach? In the case of “calming” Smiths Falls’ downtown this could be have been achieved by actively mobilizing our community in order to lobby our provincial (and federal) partners to develop a tangible plan to remove this cut-through truck traffic early on in the planning process. Would this have been a difficult task? Well, yes, very likely it would have been difficult, but certainly not impossible – remember, Perth is talking about such a plan right now. Mayor Staples likes to talk about consulting the public, having an open-door policy, but I would ask the mayor, what good is revitalizing the downtown with beautiful tree canopies, heritage-themed street lighting or available sidewalk

spaces for businesses to develop patios, if, at the height of the lunch rush, outdoor table conversation is drowned out by the roar and exhaust of a tractor trailer making its way through the downtown? There are several bypasses through the town of Smiths Falls that could allow for trucks to be detoured. We need to develop a revitalization plan that will create a downtown core we can be proud of, something that will set us apart from communities in the area. We’re not going to get there, however, without steady and competent leadership, someone who can and will at the very least ask the questions of provincial and federal authorities that would keep our downtown free of heavy trucks. How many of you have thought or said these words? “I’m not going downtown, too much traffic, too hard to park, let’s just go around it or go somewhere else.” Imagine, without the truck traffic, what the downtown master plan could deliver with regard to business diversification, tourist and pedestrian pathway networks and increased opportunity for specialty housing in the downtown core. It could become vibrant again, people walking and shopping, living and recreating. Visitors from out of town would enjoy the peace and security of walking through our downtown and maybe even decide to stay just a little bit longer. These same visitors would head home to tell colleagues and friends ‘what a beautiful quaint historic downtown with a fantastic variety of locally owned shops and pubs (and the best pizza around!). I know that these are the hopes of many in this community; and I’ve have personally raised them at downtown master plan task force meetings (of which I am a member) and during the public comment process for this plan. However they are complicated and obstructed by the very nature of the funding stream for the resurfacing of the roadbed for Beckwith Street. The streetscape is ultimately the most important component of a downtown’s revitalization as it is the mode by which you transport (by motor vehicle, bike, or foot) visitors and residents alike to the central market place, the downtown. Accordingly, it must be developed with people in mind.

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Meet our Members (A-F) 2 Care4 Medical A&B Ford Sales Ltd AC Towing Access Taxi Adult Learning & Training Centre Advanced Alarm Systems All Over Beauty Anderson Isobel Andress' Your Independent Grocer Angelo’s Restaurant Apollo Computers Arlie's Books Arranel Studios Ltd. Austin's Unisex Studio Bailey's Blade and Bow Bank of Montreal BASF Metasheen Bass Lake Lodge Basswood Golf Centre Ltd. Bayshore Home Health Bell Aliant Bennett Auction Services Bennett's Bait ‘N Tackle Belfor Restoration Services Best Inn Motel Best Western Colonel By Inn Big Brothers Big Sisters Lanark County Blair & Son Funeral Directors Brew Bye You Brian Raby & Associates Inc. Broadview Nursing Centre & Retirement Lodge Bronze Bayou CAA North & East Ontario

Camp Otterdale LTD. Campbell Trucking Limited Canadian Imperial Bank Of Commerce Canadian Tire CEP Local 763G Chuckles Jack CIBC Wood Gundy Classic Theatre Festival Cobra Pools & Spas Inc. Coffee Culture - Smiths Falls Cogeco Cable Inc. Coldwell Banker - Rideau Heartland Realty Colonel By Apartments ComCare Health Services Comfort Inn - Smiths Falls Community Home Support - Lanark County Community Outreach & Thrift Store Co-operators Insurance Costello & Company Monuments Cottages Unlimited Realty Ins. Brokerage Couch & Hare Insurance Brokers Ltd. Country Christmas Shoppe, The Country Diner Restaurant County Fair Mall Merc.Asc. - RioCan Property Courtyard Café and Tea Room, The Crain & Schooley Insurance Brokers Ltd. Crosbie Electric Crossroads Truck Training Academy Cut-Rite Family Hairstyling and Tanning Salon Cylinder Head Engineering Dairy Queen Dales Design & Construction Darlene's Café & Bakery

Dave's Independent Auto Glass & Upholstery David Johnston Golf Repair Dawn's Closet Day 2 Day Debbie's Serenity Room Decorating by Design Denoco Energy Systems Diabetes Clinic DMC Technical Services Doggie Styles Grooming Salon Dominion Lending Centres Dominion Lending Centres, The Mortgage Source Doucett Insurance Dr. Goldie Dixit Dentistry Professional Corp. Dr. Hicks, Lau, Fraser, Yeomans, Franzmann Dr. Peter Yunker Drake International Dreams Come True Bridal Boutique Dunlop Hearing Aid Specialist Inc. Echo Tours & Travel Edgetown Motors Edith's Barber Shop Edward Jones Investments Elizabeth Interiors Ellwood & Jones Ltd. Elmcroft Bed & Breakfast Expert Home Exteriors Falls Insurance Brokers First Aid Ottawa Flare Dance Studio Friends of the Rideau 409827

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PICASSOS IN TRAINING Area children had a chance to explore drawing animals and characters, discover colour theory and create a masterpiece of their own at the Heritage House Museum last Saturday at the Fun with Drawing Shapes and Fun with Colour workshop. The workshop was presented by local artists/teachers Helen Benda and Martha Bowman. (Left) Teacher Martha Bowman lends a little help to Hailey Harrison. (Right) Meghan and Emma Vandermeule get down to work, practising their sketching abilities. Photos by Melissa Di Costanzo

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Magic at the Station Theatre

The stage of the Station Theatre was filled with action last week, as the cast of Rough Magic took to the stage. (Above) Marcel Ethier, who plays Prospero, takes a quick look over his lines during the dress rehearsal. (Top) Jennifer Aunger, who plays the role of Melanie Porter, and Brant E. Daniluk, who plays the role of Caliban, are keeping secrets. (Right) Prosperoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children Kurtis Dolezsar, playing Ariel (left) and Emily Starks, playing Sasia (right) prepare to embark on a quest. (Bottom) Matt Baker plays the role of Chet Baxter, the lovesick mommaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s boy lifeguard. Photos by Melissa Di Costanzo

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“Building Success One Student at a Time!” Upper Canada District School Board programs lead to success in life for all. • We welcome your diversity, uniqueness and individuality. • We offer you exciting opportunities in academics, arts and technology, sports and clubs. • Be part of our caring school community and learn in a safe, respectful environment. • Reach your destination. Explore work, apprenticeships, college and university.

The Upper Canada District School Board World-Class Education creating WORLD-CLASS GRADUATES

Student Registration begins TODAY! Contact your school principal or call 1-800-267-7131 For further information please visit our Web site at: www.ucdsb.on.ca Athens District High School 21 Church St., Athens 613-924-2618 Principal: Gord Phillips Grade 9 Orientation Friday, August 27 10:00 a.m. - Noon

North Grenville District High School 304 Prescott St., Kemptville 613-258-3481 Principal: Steve Sharp Grade 9 Orientation Day Thursday, September 2 10:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Rideau District High School 251 Main St., Elgin 613-359-5391 Principal: Sharon Halladay Grade 9 BBQ Wednesday, September 1 10:00 a.m. - Noon

Almonte and District High School 126 Martin St. N., Almonte 613-256-1470 Principal: Laurie McCabe Grade 9 Orientation and Barbecue Thursday, September 2 9:00 a.m. - Noon

Perth and District Collegiate Institute 13 Victoria St., Perth 613-267-3051 Principal: Jackie Lord New Student Orientation Thursday, September 2 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute 299 Percy St., Smiths Falls 613-283-0288 Principal: Wayne McCuen Grade 9 Orientation Day Wednesday, September 1 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Carleton Place High School 215 Lake Ave. W., Carleton Place 613-257-2720 Principal: Andrea Davitt Grade 9 Orientation Thursday, September 2 9:00 a.m. – Noon

T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education Almonte Campus 9 Houston Dr., Almonte 613-256-2519 Principal: Frank Hummell

T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education Perth Campus 10 Sunset Blvd., Perth 613-267-4825 Principal: Frank Hummell

T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education Carleton Place Campus 380 Flora St., Carleton Place 613-253-3626 Principal: Frank Hummell

T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education Smiths Falls Campus 10 Ontario St., Smiths Falls 613-283-5418 Principal: Frank Hummell

T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education Kemptville Campus Ontario Agricultural College Gibson Hall, 2nd Floor, Kemptville 613-258-8519 Principal: Frank Hummell

We offer more high-speed connections - surf faster with public education! T.R. Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education - Principal, Frank Hummell

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For information on adult and alternative Secondary School programs, Adult Basic Literacy and Adult English Second Language Programs, please call one of the following numbers in your area: 1-877-875-3437 toll free 613-937-0120 Cornwall and area 613-342-1127 Brockville and area 613-283-5418 Smiths Falls and area

Greg Pietersma Chair

David K. Thomas Director of Education


Homemade wagon stolen; Crime Stoppers seeking tips

THIS WEEK STAFF On July 12 between 3 and 5 p.m., a homemade wagon was stolen from the front lawn of a residence on Parkland Court. * On July 15 between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m., a suspect entered a business on Lombard Street. While the employees were busy, the suspect stole cash and a bank card. The suspect is described as a

male, approximately 50 years of age, medium build, short dark brown hair, wearing sunglasses and carrying a red reusable shopping bag. The suspect also had a cane with him, but it didn’t appear as though he required it while walking. * Over the weekend of July 17 to 18, suspects broke into a business on Russell Street East. The suspects entered the building through a rear door and stole a

Samsung computer as well as the monitor, keyboard and mouse.

* On July 19, a male suspect took a taxi from Dairy Side Road near Carleton Place to Russell Street East in Smiths Falls. The suspect left a cell phone with the driver while he went to get money for the fare, but failed to return. The suspect is described as 24 to 30 years old, medium build, 180 pounds with shoulder length dark hair, and was last seen wearing a red shirt.

* On July 20 at 1:15 a.m., a resident on Parkland Court heard a noise in her bedroom. Upon investigation, she observed someone shining a flashlight inside. The suspect asked for money, and fled when the resident called the police. The suspect made off with two tin cans containing toonies and loonies, jewelry and a Sony CD player. If you have information on a crime, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or 1-800-222-8477.

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Alan & his staff are moving as of August 30th to: County Fair Mall - 275 Brockville St.

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National Dog Day has two goals: to honour dogs, and to rescue dogs from homelessness and abuse. It’s an opportunity for us to recognize and appreciate the value and importance of dogs in our lives. This day is intended to honour dogs for all that they do for us. In addition to giving love and companionship, dogs help us out in countless ways. They are watchdogs for our safety. They lead the blind, dogs aid in search and rescue, and they seek out bombs and drugs. The second goal of National Dog Day is to rescue dogs in need. On occasion, dogs need us to save them from homelessness and abuse. The goal of the National Dog Day foundation is to rescue 10,000 dogs a year. Lend a hand to help a dog in need today, or any day. Visit your local Humane Society Shelter to adopt a dog in need, or to make a donation. 410147


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Bree Boudreau, from Perth, peruses the goods at the Lanark Animal Welfare Society’s garage sale, which was held on Saturday, Aug. 21. Photo by Melissa Di Costanzo

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$629,900. The Oaks Cottages: pristine Crow Lake, 20 min/Westport. Well-established housekeeping resort, also ideal as B&B or family estate. Beautiful 5bdr, 3bthr home, HS internet. 7 well-maintained cottages. Great location, yrrnd paved road. 8 wooded acres, 400’ sandy beach waterfront, 3 docks. Steadily increasing income. Turnkey property. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435. $399,900. Privacy & sweeping lake views: beautiful log 4bdr, 3bthr (1ensuite) cottage, 180’ clean frontage, Sand Lake, near Plevna, 1h25min/Ottawa. Pine walls, oak floors. 2-way FP in living/dining rm. Mbdr has FP, ensuite, balcony. Big deck, dock, lakeside deck. Incl: paddleboat, canoe, some appliances, furnishings. Gorgeous lakefront getaway. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435.

$199,900. Move in & enjoy: open-plan 2 bdr, 3-season cottage, Little Silver Lake, Perth/Westport. Fully furnished & equipped. Cathedral ceiling, lots of windows, woodstove, bright kitchen, 3pc bath. 3 decks, screen gazebo. Big bunkie/storage bldg. Beautiful lake views. Great swimming & boating. Excellent rental revenue. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435.

$179,000. Pristine Buckshot Lake, near Plevna. Private, 2.5 acre treed waterfront building lot, one of Ontario’s most pristine, weed-free lakes. Tall pines, 220 ft sandy, clean, excellent swimming. 4-season road access to this special spot. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435.

$149,900. Enjoy life at beautiful Dalhousie Lake in your 3 bdr, 3-season open concept cottage on 100’ waterfront. Great lake views from side deck or very large screen porch. Woodstove, not certified. 23’4” x 8’4” Bunkie & garden shed included. Selling cottage as is. Treed, gently sloping lot on dead-end road. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435. Vicki Behn-Belland 613-257-8856.

$149,900. 2272 South Lavant Road, Lovely Lanark Highlands, 40 min/ to Kanata: spacious 5 bdr country home or weekend retreat, built 1912, many recent updates. Great for big family. Fam rm w/stone FP, library, rec. room. HS Internet. Tall pines. Crown land at rear. A beautiful, peaceful spot. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435.

$115,000. Gorgeous lot on Big Island on pristine Hungry Lake. 477’ frontage. A wonderful place to build your ultimate summer getaway. Large lot with bay and beautiful lake views. Lake is spring-fed with few cottages. Great swimming, boating & fishing. Tall pines and rock outcroppings. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435.

$99,900. 139+/- acres on Highway 15 just south of Franktown, 1/2 hr/Ottawa. Build your country home close to the city but with enough space to get away from it all. Great hunting land: mixed bush & open areas, significant wetland with high & dry areas. Jock River (creek) runs through property. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435.

NEW LISTING $90,000. Completely renovated, ready-to-move-in 2 bdr, 1 bath mobile home in park, Mississippi Lake access. Park lot lease $314/month includes lawn care, water, sewer, snow removal, lake access & boat launch. Propane stove in living room, Central Air, 5 ceiling fans, built-in china buffet, ensuite w/laundry. Short drive to Perth/Carleton Place on Hwy 7. Easy commute/ Ottawa. Come see all this has to offer. Call Grant Scharf today! 613-323-4862.

$49,900. Nature lover s paradise: beautiful, peaceful lot on navigable creek off of pristine Hungry Lake. Picturesque area: large rocks, tall trees. Great fishing & swimming on the lake. Call today for you chance to own this wonderful, private lot. Janice Hastie-Waugh 613-283-5435.

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TED MURRAY 613-257-1303 edward.murray@metroland.com

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Manufacturing Manager Ottawa Region, Distribution City of Ottawa Director of Circulation

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Manufacturing Manager is accountable for monitoring the manufacturing activities afďŹ anced in the ďŹ&#x201A;yer distribution and ďŹ&#x201A;yer insertion processes. The Manufacturing Manager maintains production in accordance with time schedules, quality standards, cost goals and employee safety. The Manufacturing Manager is responsible for ensuring that the product being manufactured meets the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s standards, practices and policies. The Manufacturing Manager plans, organizes and directs the manufacturing activities to maintain output and production sequence in compliance with goals of Metroland Media - Ottawa Region. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: â&#x20AC;˘ Leading and supervising the work of the manufacturing team (mailroom department, trafďŹ c department) to accomplish the cost control, quality, and productivity targets. â&#x20AC;˘ Participate in the annual business planning and budgeting of the manufacturing plant. â&#x20AC;˘ Confer with senior management to ensure that manufacturing objectives are being met. â&#x20AC;˘ Develop short and long term plans in a bid to increase the efďŹ ciency and proďŹ tability of the plant. â&#x20AC;˘ Providing technical and coaching to resolve any processing issues, creating and ensuring the execution of the correct action. â&#x20AC;˘ Analyzing and resolving problems at work as a fellow member of the production crew. â&#x20AC;˘ Interpreting policies and safety guidelines of organization to workers. ��&#x20AC;˘ Developing, analyzing and presenting weekly/monthly reports, productivity, forecasts, and safety. â&#x20AC;˘ Establishing work procedures to satisfy production needs. â&#x20AC;˘ Developing, monitoring, and implementing production forecasts and department budgets in calibration with the Director of Circulation. â&#x20AC;˘ Examining products to validate conformance to direct set-up, speciďŹ cations and adjustments of Automated KANSA Inserting machine. â&#x20AC;˘ Managing the production schedule: setting up work schedules, conducting performance evaluations, providing coaching, and training, and setting departmental expectations and goals. â&#x20AC;˘ Suggesting and driving changes in working environment conditions and equipment usage to increase the overall efďŹ ciency of the production operation. â&#x20AC;˘ Assigning controls and monitoring required recourses for achieving established schedule. â&#x20AC;˘ Maintaining good liaison with key stakeholders and informing them of any difďŹ culties in product or any quality problems â&#x20AC;˘ Ensure the completed products are placed in the proper areas for pick-up by contractors. Liaison between contractors for product pick-up.

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PHARMACY TECHNICIAN Aikenheadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Drugstore, Renfrew MUST be registered with OCP. Compounding and long-term care experience an asset. FT/PT. Submit resumes by mail or to aikenheads1@bellnet.ca

KEY FUNCTIONAL ABILITIES: â&#x20AC;˘ High-level proďŹ cient in Microsoft OfďŹ ce Suite â&#x20AC;˘ Excellent leadership and facilitation skills â&#x20AC;˘ Ability to interact effectively with various levels of individuals within the organization â&#x20AC;˘ Ability to guide, teach and communicate with others. â&#x20AC;˘ Strong analytical and organizational skills. â&#x20AC;˘ Good mechanical skills. SKILLS & COMPETENCIES: Action Oriented, Process Management, Managing and Measuring Work, Hiring and StafďŹ ng, Customer Focused, Innovation Management, Motivating Other, Problem Solving, Big-picture thinker. Interested and qualiďŹ ed candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to the attention of Elliot Tremblay at elliot.tremblay@metroland.com by no later than August 27, 2010 CL21093

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Peacefully, in hospital in Perth, on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010 at the age of 88 years. Ken has gone to be with his wife Phyllis E. (Jordan) and his second wife Keitha (Love); he was the loving father of Faye (Dennis) McLellan, William (Leeanne), Donald (Christine), Jim (Christine), David (Janice), the late Lloyd Gordon Stewart, granddaughter Evelyn Stewart and brother Andy (Ev) Stewart. Ken is survived by numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren, he was also stepfather to Shirley (late Don) Myers, Margaret (late Andy) McMullen, Eleanor (Paul) Piette, Jane Dowdall (Ron Moore), Judy (Sam) Milligan, Holly (Carl) Kirkham, Rodney Butts, Leonard (late Betty) Van Alstine and the late William and Richard Butts. Friends may pay their respects at the Blair & Son Funeral Home, 15 Gore St W., Perth. Funeral service will be held in the chapel on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at 10:30 a.m. Interment, Scotch Line Cemetery.

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Passed away peacefully, at Lanark Lodge, Perth, on Friday, Aug. 13, at the age of 70. Dear daughter of the late Alfred and Helena Cox (nee Boles). Joyce was the dearly loved wife of John “Jack” Stewart, of Perth. Cherished mother of Terry (Mary) Stewart and Tammy (Andy) Morrison, both of Perth. Treasured grandmother to Thor, Anna, Tia, Ben, and Julie. She was also predeceased by her son David Michael Stewart, in 1989. Joyce was a dear sister to Bob (Marlene) Cox of Prince George, BC. Wonderful sister-in-law to Dorothy (Wes) Hanna, of Perth, Betty (Stan) Vandenbosch, of Chesterville, Ralph (Janet) Stewart of McDonald’s Corners, and Sylvia (Wayne) McNamee, of Perth.Visitation was held at the O’Dacre Family Funeral Home, Perth. Funeral service took place in the O’Dacre Family Chapel on Monday, Aug. 16, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada or to the Lanark Lodge, would be appreciated. The family of Mrs. Stewart would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone for the love, concern, and compassion showed to them, during the times of Joyce’s illness, and passing. Thank you very much Dr. Tweedie, for a lifetime of wonderful care and concern for Joyce and her well being. Thanks also to John and Janey O’Dacre for their support, guidance and personal touches during this difficult time. And special thanks to the second floor staff of Lanark Lodge, and the love and compassion shown to Joyce and her family, during her time there as a resident. Mrs. Stewart’s funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the O’Dacre Family Funeral Home, Perth, 613-267-3082.

The family of Mr. Somerville regret to announce his sudden passing, in hospital, Perth on Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010, in his 81st year. Born in Hopetown on February 18, 1930, Bob was the beloved son of the late Albert and Stella Somerville, nee McCoy. Robert “Bob” Somerville, cherished husband and best friend of Jean Somerville for over 59 years. Treasured father to Sally-Ann Somerville, Sandra (Tim) Heney-Somerville, Paul (Frances) Somerville, and Sterling Somerville, all of Perth. Caring grandfather to Scott and Dennis McIsaac, Jason, Ashley, Mesha, Kyla, and Shawna Somerville, and wonderful great-grandfather to Torie, Hope, and Cailyn. Mr. Somerville was predeceased by his brothers, Earl and Ivan, and by his sister, Bessie. Also left to mourn his loss are his brother Leonard (Coral) Somerville, of Lanark, and his sister Ann (late Ray) Paul, of Perth. In keeping with Bob’s philosophy, funeral arrangements will remain private.Those wishing, may place a donation, in Bob’s memory, with the Ontario Heart & Stroke Foundation, or with the Providence Point Kids Camp. Cremation has taken place, with a private interment to be held at Greenwood Cemetery, Middleville. Mr. Somerville’s funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the O’Dacre Family Funeral Home, Perth 613-267-3082.

Joyce Alfreda Stewart

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Robert Milton Somerville

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$224,900 - Income property in Perth. Semi-attached 2 storey with full basement. Both sides have 3 bedrooms and full bath up with kitchen, dining & living areas on main level. Both long term tenants own their appliances. No leases in effect, rent increases possible. Severance potential. 1½ car detached garage could provide additional rental. MLS# 764323. Bob Ferguson (C) 613-812-8871 www.bobsperthhomes.ca

OUT OF TOWN

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OTTY LAKE $229,000 - Less than 10 minutes from Perth with great road access & spectacular sunsets - well maintained 2 bedroom cottage with maple flooring - large glassed-in sunporch which could provide a third bedroom - septic system with lake water in-take - building raised and re-supported (solid & level)! Call to view. MLS# 742574

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Employee Pricing Ends August 31st

LICENCING AND TAXES EXTRA

2006 Chevrolet Malibu LS

2006 Ford Focus ZXW

EMPLOYEE PRICING & DEMO SALE All Demos MUST be SOLD

Up to $3,100.00 below Employee Pricing!! 2010 Buick Lacrosse CXL

2010 GMC Sierra SLT Stk# DT101312A

Stk# 101155A

80,621 km

94,770 km

$10,456

$8,956

2006 Pontiac Pursuit SE

2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer LTZ

11,537 km

10,753 km

Stk# 101047

Stk# 101077

2010 Chevrolet Traverse 2LT

2010 Chevrolet Impala LTZ

12,811 km

11,295 km

Stk# DT101162

14,226 km

Stk# 101156

Stk# 101240A

Stk# U1240

159,246 km

48,390 km

$9,956

$10,456

2004 Chrysler Sebring LX

2005 Pontiac Vibe

Stk# DT101038

2010 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ

2010 Buick Enclave CXL

Stk# U1146

Stk# U1199A

58,088 km

$10,956

$9,956

12,051 km

GET READY FOR WINTER

Cooling System Service regular $129.95 now only $109.95 Pressure test engine cooling system for leakage/damaged hoses. Power flush with GM chemicals. Refill with GM antifreeze. Check belts, hoses, water pump and replace as required. (Price does not include replacement components.)

Licencing and Taxes extra on all vehicles.

“It’s worth the Drive”

Book online @

104 Elvira St. East Kemptville, Ontario

Stk# 101054

$

10

.00

off

All Synthetic Oil Changes - limited time offer.

877-258-2221

www.osbornegm.ca

409887-34-10

54,062 km


If it’s on sale at Sears, it’s on sale Your hometown Dealer Store at Sears in 613-257-5921 Carleton Place

CARLETON PLACE

HOMETOWN DEALER STORE

hometown dealer • hometown dealer • hometown dealer • hometown dealer • hometown dealer

KENMORE HAS THE LARGEST SELECTION OF ENERGY STAR QUALIFIED MAJOR APPLIANCES IN CANADA new@Sears

new@Sears

500 OFF 169998

400 119999

$

$

OFF

NOW

Front-load laundry pair with Smart Motion Technology.

Front-load laundry pair with Vibration Guard Technology.

4.2 cu. ft. washer with 200 rpm and 10 wash cycles. 7.3 cu. ft. dryer with 10 drying options.

Sears reg. 2199.98 total for the pair. Ice blue and ginger finish also on sale.

3.6 cu. ft. washer with 5 wash cycles. 7 cu. ft. dryerwith 5 drying options.

Sears reg. 1599.98 total for the pair. Titanium finish also on sale

479 $ 30 OFF 18998 88

Samsung® 32” LCD HDTV. 2 HDMI inputs.

new@Sears

270 OFF 72999

$

Self-clean smooth-top range. One expandable element. Hidden bake. Sears reg. 999.99. black and stainless steel also on sale. Stainless steel extra.

Samsung® Blu-ray Disc® player with The Lord of the RingsTM Blu-ray Disc.

$

#BD-C5500t. Sears reg. 219.99. Sale price ends Friday, Sept. 3, 2010.

24” tall tub built-in dishwasher with nylon racks. Sanitize option.

150 OFF 39999

Sears reg. 549.99. Black & balck-on-stainless steel also on sale. Black-on-stainless steel extra. Installation not included.

50

%

OFF

599

99

Sealy® ‘Valetta’ tight-top. Queen size sleep set.

Continuous coil design for support and durabilty. Enhanced with layers of Stay True® foams & fibres for comfort. Sears reg. 1199.98. Twin, Double & King sizes also on sale 50% off

TOWNLINE RD.

BRIDGE ST.

HWY 7 HIGH ST.

525 High Street Carleton Place, ON 613.257.5921

40 OFF 89998 %

new@Sears

Sealy® Posturepedic ‘Meridian II’ pillow-top.

50 OFF 49999

Queen size sleep set. Sears reg. 1499.98. Twin, Double & King sizes also on sale

Adjustable sliding glass shelves. Textured doors. Sears reg. 549.99

$

18 cu. ft. fridge with top freezer

Tues - Fri: 10 am - 6:00 pm Sat: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm • Sun: 11am - 4:00 pm

Locally Owned and Operated by Joyce Murray

OPEN

SUNDAYS!

409949

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