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News

Monday, March

2003

10,

Conestoga College, Kitchener

Accident scenario provides By DANIEL ROTH

The carpentry program

34th Year

3

— No. 9

experience

real-life

Guelph

in

also had a hand in helping with the

The

fire trucks,

ambulances and

police cars around the school on Feb. 8 were nothing to be alarmed 1

consolidation exercise; they constructed the sets

about.

The

which were used

in the scenarios.

The scenario was based on an were part of the and Security

vehicles

Law

annual

(LASA)

Administration

consolida-

tion exercise.

In the fall of 2000, LASA began holding the exercise to give the students an opportunity to apply their

theoretical knowledge when investigating a staged accident event.

Don Douglas, co-ordinator of LASA, said, “The purpose of the exercise

is to give a situation to the students so they can put into prac-

what they have learned from and a half.” The first stage of the scenario was held in the gymnasium of the Kenneth E. Hunter Recreation Centre, where students were divided into two groups to investigate two identical accidents. Other programs involved included pre-service firefighting, paramedic, journalism and broadcast. “The goal is to have them working with other programs which would tice

the previous year

mirror the real world,” said Douglas, adding, “I’m sure the other programs

participate

that

industrial accident, but details can-

not be given out as

it is still

The hands-on exercise is based on various roles graduates of the program could do

as a career, including

working as investigators, conducting interviews and writing reports. “There are 58 students playing

many

different roles

scenario, but not

during the

of them par-

all

ticipated during the day of the exercise, as they might be playing different roles such as insurance

and lawyers,” said

investigators

Douglas.

So

Douglas thinks the exer-

far,

has gone well. “We were pleased with it, this being the third year running,” he said, adding, “We hit a few bugs along the road, but cise

the workforce.

called

upon

to create a

the college in the

Conestoga

new logo

for

fall.

looking into creat-

is

ing a logo to represent

its

new

des-

grams as applied degrees. A name change can be an expensive process because signs, letterheads and business cards have to be

gy and advanced learning (ITAL). Conestoga president John Tibbits

date

says getting graphic

the

design stu-

one of the meth-

ods the college may use to create a new logo and brand name.

“We next

are

perhaps

for students in graphic

fall,

maybe have

design to tion for a

considering,

a competi-

$500 or $ 1 ,000 bursary

to

make a new logo,” Tibbits says. The college is also working with a marketing firm in Kitchener to

how Conestoga should be “branded” because of the new determine

“Our

name

Conestoga College ITAL, but we have to decide what our brand name is going to be,” Tibbits says. A brand name is a shorter or legal

new

the

is

more catchy version of an

official

to

accommoBut

designation.

Tibbits says Conestoga will ensure

change

is

handled

way

cost-effective

not going to be

“It’s

“We

change,” he says.

up

in the

most

possible.

rapid

a

have' to use

the letterhead.

all

have a good reputation as Conestoga College, so we don’t have to rush.”

He

says signs around the college

be replaced for about six months. However, only three weeks before the announcement of will not

the

new name,

the

this sign will

off.

facing

sign

Tibbits says

be replaced before the

others. “It

was

difficult

read

to

March 25. The civil

the

logo

the it

and 11 for and photos.

Thieves target rec centre

other schools that have maintained

good reputation. “There are some very good ITALs around the world,” he says. “There is one in India and it is among the best and it rivals Harvard, Princeton and Yale.”

By TORI SUTTON

a

.

He

says an institute of technolo-

gy in Massachusetts is described as one of the best in the world. “They (the ministry) added advanced learning to the title because some students don’t see themselves as in technology,” he Before the announcement, many people thought Conestoga would

become

a polytechnic institution.

encounter someone at the college

who seems

On

Feb. 6, three lockers were

broken

into

at

Conestoga

College’s recreation centre.

Bolt cutters were used to gain access to the contents of the lockers

the men’s change

in

room

around noon. Three unsuccessful attempts to break into more lockers also occurred.

Clothing, a wallet and keys were taken from the lockers along with a small amount of cash. Some stolen items were

recovered near the

ATS

building

was

theft

names mean

Waterloo Regional Police. However, this was not the

essentially the

same

want the Conestoga

thing, the ministry didn't

assume would become a university

public

to

like

One

shortly after the break-in.

But Tibbits says, although the two

reported

the

to

incidence of theft at the rec cen-

At the end of

tre this semester.

January, a similar theft took place

nation

tion of

is

a step in that direction.

after

a lock

was

cut.

College

security has released a descrip-

two men

visiting the rec

out of place. “Anyone

using the facility should be

alert,”

“Leave the building only through the front exit and don’t let people in without said Hunter.

authorization.”

Occasionally

when someone

exits the rec centre through the

door on the east side it is left ajar, making it easy for people to gain entry to the building without going through the front desk, said Hunter.

Most

often, thieves will

work

in

and will be seen carrying bags that can conceal tools, like bolt cutters, and are big enough pairs

away To prevent

to carry first

Ryerson. He says residents shouldn’t worry that Conestoga’s new desig-

stolen goods.

further thefts, the

making more frequent checks in the change rooms and making sure rec centre staff has been

doors to the building are closed. Despite the recent problems, thieves

do not usually

target the

“Any gym

rying

and

president of Jon Olinski, Conestoga Students Inc. (CSI),

gives

agrees the designation of polytech-

'“It

nic institution

proud to share

See Pages 10 additional story

with olive complexions and car-

to the public.

says he likes

of the semester.

will occur later in

said.

title

new name

rest

trial

the semester.

or facility you belong to probably has a problem with lockers being broken into from time to time,”

the impression the

the appropriateness of the

types of mistakes in the field.” The exercise will continue for the

or associates of the college.

TAL,

is

faculty

these

who

debate throughout the college as to

Tibbits

the

make

wonderful universities in the area and we don’t need another one,” he

The new name has created some

name and

gives

opportunity to correct any errors

occur, before they

college, said Hunter.

examples of potential brand names for Conestoga are CITAL or CCI-

Conestoga was designated an ITAJ^PjFeb. 10 by the Ministry of Trainuig. Colleges and

may

centre at the time of the break-in

decision yet."

says Tibbits.

suffer the injuries or fatalities that

Cameron Vietch, a part-time faculty member at the college, said the

students

would be a serious mistake to move to that because we have two

Conestoga College on the 401 sign, so maybe we’ll just put Conestoga up there, but we haven't made a

and is placed on signs, posters, brochures and letterhead. Some title

have one day.”

says.

“We

Highway 401 blew

designation.

we

Universities. The new designation means the college will be able to offer up to 15 per cent of its pro-

changed or replaced

is

enter

reasons

liability

ignation as an institute of technolo-

dents involved

Currently, investigations are taking place and the next step of the exercise will be going to the provincial court in Kitchener on

may mean new

designation may be

scenario gives us experience in some of the jobs we can expect to

may make. “The event allows the students to make their mistakes here where they can learn from them and not

scenario

“Because of

Graphic design students

centre Feb. 18. Findings of a

to the industrial accident scenario in the gymnasium of the rec student investigation will be presented in a court case at a later date.

April Dowdall, a second-year student, has the role of an insurance investigator and says the scenario provides the students with

LASA

otherwise they wouldn’t be coming

By DENIS LANGL OIS

and ambulances rushed

can’t go do a job shadow in most places,” she said, adding, “So the-

some experience before they

New

(Photo by Tori Sutton)

Fire trucks

in the

and

that is inevitable here real world.”

with us find value in the exercise

back every year.”

under

investigation by the students. Their findings will be presented in court later in the semester.

new with

a

would not have been

good choice for Conestoga. Continued on page 2

appeared to not be students

Both men were

gym

fairly tall

bags.

in their late

20s

One man was

and the other

shorter.

he said. “Conestoga does not have an ongoing problem with thefts like these."

A1 Hunter, supervisor of securi-

Anyone with information can

urging students to

contact security services inside

ty services,

trust

their

is

instincts

if

they

Door 4 or

dial ext. 3357.


Page 2

— SPOKE, March

10,

News

2003

Hard work by students makes event a learning experience for everyone By NICO LE CHIL DS Conestoga College nursing

stu-

develop their teaching and communication skills while effectively delivering important information to

dents geared up and armed themselves with information for the

a targeted age group.

health fair at Stanley Park middle

dents

school

in

Kitchener,

March

Abrams, along with

to effectively

share

row

their choices

due

to

of the nursing students fair at

down

to three,

number of

stu-

students worked their way through the presentations and stations, the other half attended an

the

a differ-

ent school that day. - The health fair is a requirement

drug use by Waterloo Regional Police.

on

the

of the semester six Nursing Leadership II course. Through the course they examine the role of the

assembly

nurse in delivering communitybased health care with an emphasis

presentations are important in helping younger students make healthy

on health promotion and

choices early on in their lives. “A lot of people don’t realize

Abrams

illness

prevention.

feels that these kinds of

is one of the most important parts of nursing. We have the knowledge base and

that health teaching

to Katherine Abrams, a third-year nursing student, it’s an opportunity for nursing students to

According

You Can Make Difference

i

the opportunity to change the way people look at the lifestyle choices that they make. If we can get

information out to these kids about issues that they are dealing with every day, then hopefully, we can sway some of them in a difexplained direction,” ferent

Abrams. They felt

HUNTINGTON DISEASE

and Conestoga College

no

is

March

stranger to elections.

governors.

Abrams found

istrative

The

tion

a universal

station,

skills

nursing students hoped to teach the junior students how to organize and assertive,

how

to

how

be how to ask for help and

their

manage

time,

to

is

to

the inevitable stress

instruction

The

that

The student member

will hold a

one-year term from September 2003 until August 2004. A threeis

required from the staff

clear to the general public,” Olinski says. “It

shows them we have more

to offer than just regular programs.”

new name

says the

be

will

“When you

apply for a job,

increases the perception of

college

Even

is all

what

it

the

about,” he says.

though students didn’t get to

new name, Tibbits says they may be called upon to select a new logo. “Maybe we will open it up to all

choose

Conestoga’s

students to

discuss what the brand

name and logo should

“We may

start

be,

he

the college to see

what everyone

manner possible

within available resources.

development

The

*

and

approval of bylaws covering such topics as selection of officers,

dards of governor conduct. * The regular assessment of the

ings, eight in

members

in the responsi-

total

usually

sit

board’s performance and the performance of its standing advisory

committees. *

The

creation of a climate for and progress within

for the year,

innovation

on one of the

the college. * The provision of an annual

committees, which also meet eight times a year. There is approximate-

month of

report to the minister of training,

and colleges.

two background reading. Charlene Cloutier, the executive assistant to the vice-president of finance and corporate perform-

universities

ance, says the opportunity pro-

ings; is not personally biased, or

vides personal development and the ability to contribute to the

has the interests of a small vested

well-being of the college.

ed;

to three hours per

ly

According

Cloutier,

to

board of governors

is

the

responsible

The ongoing evaluation of the

*

college’s direction and mission. * The selection and annual eval-

ideal candidate

“The

who

committed

is

is

someone

to spending the

time, brings an interest of the well-

being of the college to the meet-

interest group;

and

tor,”

is

who

is

open-mind-

an effective communica-

says Cloutier. students or persons interest-

Any ed

for the following;

said.

discussions within

in the best

munity

are

of the board; and acting in the best interests of the college. In addition to the monthly meet-

Continued from Page 1 “The name they have now is more

secondary and adult education training needs of the college com-

responsible for attending board of governors’ meetings, held once a

month; partaking

in fall

and other college activon an on-going basis to ensure they continue to meet the post-

committee structures, meetings and voting procedures, and stan

August 2005. The unpaid members

until

bilities

logo

operations and effectiveness. * The establishment of mecha-

reviews, that monitor programs of

or part-time basis.

year term

of the college. college

The evaluation of

those

on

member, served from September 2003

Students may help design

cial integrity

either

all

the college

administrative

in their lives.

the college. * The maintenance of the finan

nominee must not be an academic or support staff member.

full-

estab-

nisms, including program advisory operational and committees

to

available

admin-

it

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ities

a

the

istration of the college,

staff posi-

administrative

employed by

and through the organiza-

tional/coping

open

is

persons part-time and enrolled in programs at the college.

The smoking presentation was

manage

student position

full-

tionships.

issue,

this

representative

staff

the board does not par-

ticipate in the day-to-day

*

The it’s

are looking for a

year.

to be an important issue because she feels that too many young girls are allowing themselves to be treated badly in relathis

selected because

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student representative and admin-

peer pressure and violence in

teen relationships.

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was important to cover topics that would encompass a wide range of issues. The healthy like

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skills.

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While initially they had planned on presenting 10 to 12 topics to the students, they were forced to nar-

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Comedian gets

SPOKE, March

laugh

last

— Page 3

Co-op meeting needs of students and employers

Conestoga’s Sanctuary

in

2003

10,

By HALLEY McPOLIN “Conestoga College is a tough man.” With a sigh, Jamaican-born comedian and television star, Mista gig,

Mo, begins in the

to relax after his

Sanctuary on Feb.

By JULIANNA KERR

show

comedian

more “spread

“This year we have 18 programs,” says co-op adviser Violet Boutilier. ’“But next year we’re going to be adding the new applied degree programs.

out.”

“When

“There’s no real explanation (for differences between audiences),

it

can depend on where they’re from, what they know, what they find I

unny,

after the ale,

Mo

said

an interview

in

show. Whatever the ration-

didn’t inhibit students from

it

approaching him and asking for autographs two girls even asked if he’d autograph their underwear .

.

known

Morgan Smith), has been comedy business since 1994. at the

in

the

“I

was

time and trying to get into

some

acting by talking to

One asked me what

agents.

had done up until that point and, because I had no experience in acting, I said, ‘Oh, I’m a standup comedian.’ He said he wanted to see my act sometime I

.

was

that

got

me

my

light-bulb

moment

.

that

going.”

Mo began working on his

materi-

which took him about five weeks to compile. After that it took another five weeks to get a gig on amateur night at Yuk Yuk’s. On

al,

May job

Mo

1994,

9,

landed his

Yuk Yuk’s

at

shortly

before

first

Yorkville club

down.

closed

it

Although he didn't end up with the agent who had wanted to see his act, he did continue on the path that

would lead him

to his career today.

His family, although supportive, has never really approved of the

“They haven’t

material in his act.

heard the standup

know

1

bits,

so they don’t

attack religion or anything

like that," said

Mo. “My dad

church minister, so he wouldn't

is

a

like

it on TV so maybe by now, but no one has ever said anything. With Buzz, they're like, ‘I can’t believe you do it.

1

have done

they’ve seen

that stuff,

it

you should be ashamed!"

But they support

it

because

as far as

they're concerned, at least I'm not

robbing banks or

anything -

I

have a

Mo

also a writer and executive

Buzz began

as a low-budget pro-

duction on Rogers cable after

Mo

Award

in the

in 2001.

Although highly successful in his field. Mo said as a child he had wanted to be an R&B singer and music producer. When he was 1 8, he was signed by a record label, but called the deal “shady,” having never gotten any work out of it. “I was signed on for five years and couldn’t

my

get out of

contract without a

bunch of lawyers and I didn’t have the money. That was another reason I wanted to start something new with standup comedy.” In fact, much of the music on Buzz was produced my Mo.

“Because I do the music, we save thousand of dollars that we'd just be paying out to some guy to do the same thing.” The music for Country Mo Dee, a character on Buzz,

Mo

produced by

is

- who

Mo says he cious

appreciates his auspi-

adding,

situation,

can

“I

my

express myself and be

myself.

The Comedy Network and our .production company are good about letting us

Mo

do what we want standup

calls

where he can

his

to do.”

passion,

be himself with-

truly

out the regulations governed by

TV, you're shown sands of people

in front

but

...

have a passion for

ly

I

of thou-

don’t real-

I’m getting

it.

me

exposure, which helps

work and

tel-

him back. “With

evision holding

get

more

more standup.

in turn,

kind of material a lot of

TV

1

do,

spots."

it

As

I

doesn't get a result, the

Sunshine Boy with some standup experience - volunteered for the role. The series quickly gained popularity and a reputation of

eight years.

with celebrities such as Spears,

Gerri

thew Good - who was

“Tommy Lee" interrogation.

The

Britney

Halliwell

and

referred

throughout his

series, in

which

One element of his be less encouraging

career that can is

his run-ins

with racist attitudes. “Well, twice in ." .

Mo shrugs. “ But you

remember those two instances." During one show in a small town outside Toronto,

Mo

says people

immediately began shouting racist slurs at him during his performance. In reply.

Mo

thew out

insults

back at members of the audience. “I knew I should have just ended it.

but

I

audience

couldn't leave on that note

woman

who was

being particularly abusive, her boyfriend proceeded to throw a bottle at him, just missing his head. “It’s so racist that you’re not even offended,” said Mo. “It takes you so off guard that you’re just, ‘Wow, that was weird.’ It’s just one of

Once

those things.

you

least

pens.

ing

it’s

in a while,

it,

POW!

when

It

hap-

you’re kind of expect-

they’re the nicest people

it,

when

expect

When

...

you’re not, you can’t believe

happening.”

Mo said people have come up to him after his show accusing him of condemning them as being racist: “We’re

tired

of you black comedi-

ans coming to our town and talking

about race

we’re not like that!”

...

Mo impersonates. He

says he never accuses anyone

directly

also plays the role.

profession can be a mixed blessing.

humourous interviews

often a real learning experience

operated as co-ops.”

for

Every year at least two programs have been added to the coop department and this is a trend

knowledge

when

topic, but “if that’s

my

not

he’s joking about the it

happens

problem.

to

fit

you,

Maybe some

people get so sensitive about it because they see a glimmer of truth.”

Mo will never cater to a specific audience, preferring to decline a show About

rather a

than

alter

his

act.

month ago he was asked

to

perform for a fundraiser at a university where he was told the audience was primarily Christian. “So I send the organizer an email asking if he wanted another comic as I touch on that stuff. I wouldn’t be offended because religion is a good 50 minutes of my hour. I can't do an hour without

not only

When

the organizer insisted.

about the love of the game.”

their field.

get

the

they get a chance to do the job and see how what they’re learning

fits

“It

into the job market.

also helps the learning in

the long run,” she adds. “Every time they’re out on a job experi-

they’ve actually used

on the job.”

ence, they’re learning something

students are asking for

different.”

it

Both employers and students have found co-op to be a good fit. too.

Boutilier says co-op jobs actu-

“Besides,” she says, “it just goes along with the mandate of the college to be training students the best that they can be

dry up at times because employers hire the students once they graduate. It’s a real bonus for employers to meet the students and get to know them, and find out if they’ll be a good fit for

trained.”

the organization, she adds.

Co-op programs

bom

ally

make

valuable

in

before

they’ve

which the program is delivered occurs after it’s been made clear that the job market would support the program and the stu-

school.

The

out of existing ones.

decision

way

the

alter

to

The

office itself has also

can meet.

added an

office has also

Boutilier says the office

been a great addition

17 to 21.

“Employers can use the room to meet with students.” She adds that since space is always an issue at the college, forever.

room may not

But while good

will be put to

it

is

publicly

lot

hiring

“We

op.

is there, it

It’s

a really

good addition

available in

going on,” she

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to

Further information about co-

op programs

getting the advice that they need

someone

also like to

their career.”

use.

“When diabetes

co-op stu-

thank students for choosing co-

last

“Students are continually

says.

by thanking them

for

dents,” she says.

a busy place.

“There’s a

when we recognize

“That’s

employers

Boutiler says the co-op depart-

ment

cur-

Co-op Week, which runs March

to

Boutilier.

says

the interview

is

rently getting ready for National

interview room. “It’s

also

is

events information-gathering where students and employers

with the spring rush.

co-op,”

office

fairs that take place every February and September. Job fairs tend to be geared to active recruitment for job openings. Career fairs are designed more as

been changing. New people, such as co-op employment officer Lisset Cepero, have been added to the department to help

The

co-op

connections even finished

involved with the job and career

dents in a co-op capacity.

The co-op

And

students have the opportunity to

are typically

that material.”

went on with the performance. The first thing he asked was how many people in the room of 200 were Christian and “about five people put up their hands ... it turned out to be a great show! I warn people everywhere I go (about the material). I'm willing to lose the work.to do what I do because I won't cater. wouldn't feel good about the I show; I'd feel like I've sold out. For me. it’s not about the money - it's

how

see

to

applied in the

is

“Students

growing so much because employers are asking for it,” says

And

students

practical experience in class, but

“They want students who have practical, hands-on

some

to leave the stage with

dignity.” After attacking a

met producer Mike MacKinnon of The Tom Green Show. After hearing a second host was needed, newcomer Daryn Jones - a former

delivering

- 1 had

producer, went on to win a Gemini

love doing standup. but with the

decent job."

of chosen careers before they leave Conestoga. She says it’s

ment in 1998,” she adds, “there were only three programs that

skills that is

Students are

their

Boutilier.

for his role as co-host

on The Comedy Network’s Buzz show. Mo (whose real name is

22

(Photo by Halley McPolin)

after.

Co-op programs allow students

“It’s

Mista Mo took time off from his job as co-host of the Comedy Network’s show Buzz to entertain students in the Sanctuary.

look

to experience real-life aspects

started in this depart-

I

.

ers,” says Boutilier.

that is likely to continue.

.

(pants on, of course).

Best

fields to

the time.

even been warned by previous comedians to keep on his toes at Conestoga because the laughs were

co-op advisers.”

even monitored while they’re away on job placements. “Halfway into the work term, their co-op adviser will visit the students on the job and get feedback from them and the employ-

still

believed the audience to be one of his tougher ones. He said he had

their

Each adviser is assigned a group of students in similar

While Conestoga makes advancements for the future, the school’s co-op department is also looking ahead and preparing for change. In fact, it’s growing all

18.

Although students enjoyed the performance, which became obvious when Mo was accosted by several afterwards, the

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www.con-


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ions of their this key element Parrish has quite blatantly forgotten doing so has in and official to being an elected office. shamed the very people who elected her to Parrish’s

comment has been compared

Chretien’s communications George Ducros, when she called President

moron last November. By making this remark, near

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to that ot

director,

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journalists

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cc less,

,

disgraced the peoParrish has not only offended and she also offended ple who elected her, but

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known as a peacekeeping nation and for

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bear n part we are a peaceful country. world s the to come and hatred against other countries to neighbour our includes this can; we aid whenever parttrading largest our only the south. They are not ner, but also our friend and ally. , Though many agree the American nation has its has problems as faults, let it also be said that Canada

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more

careful.

should be a little Whatever her personal feelings towards the Americans, Parrish should never have made that remark. _ ,. She is not only a representative of Mississauga and Centre, but also a representative of Canada, whole a as country the on reflects what she says Unfortunately, nothing was learned from last November’s anti-George Bush remark, and once again a politician has tainted Canada s image.

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someone.

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mates.” is

is true, it is

to

or she

tele-

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knowing

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up

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certain in

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Whether it

not be enough time to find

that special

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would both be

Kate

possible.

But once the hype dies down, becomes evident that six weeks

intel-

ligence, and sincerity.” By examining these. Sacks said they

weeks?

as City television

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and Ryan, making more

Trista

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Map: The Right Tool for Choosing the Right Mate, and said Evan, from Joe Millionaire, and Trista, from The Bachelorette, need to “examine their potential mates on a more

they meet on reality television,

detailed level and consider such

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they do not experience reality until

areas as affection, optimism,

ment.

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.

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in six

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new

initial

weeks, excite-

possibilities

and fame

take over their lives, but once the

show has ended,

the

new couple

money

off each couple.

Although these shows receive great ratings, and I believe they will continue to

do

so, I don’t

think viewers will expect to see

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10,

— Page 5

egal wills necessary for students OBy STACEY MCCARTHY

client has to

In addition to worrying about school, bills and a career, stu-

dents must also begin thinking about the future of any linancial assets as well.

Ken Richmond, lawyer and owner of Richmond Financial in Guelph, says while many individuals don’t like to think of their own morality, it is a reality.

to

some

handle ~ their own death it must be addressed. I def-

but

many younger

initely don’t see

individuals because they believe they’re invincible and that they 11 live forever.’

But Richmond says

that for

students with financial assets,

and especially those with dren,

a

will

determines to assets will

go

is

chil-

essential.

whom

It

a person’s

in the event of

his or her death.

extremely important

“It’s

children are involved.

A

if

will

determines the distribution of a trust fund and who you would prefer to have custody of your children. But, for students

with any assets at need a will for sure.”

all,

you

He says a common misconception is that without a will, a person s assets will go to the government. In fact, the govemment is only able to take funds that are owed for income tax purposes. Richmond says a will is not expensive — he charges $125 for his services. But he says the price also includes peace of mind. “It’s completely customized to address all a person’s worries.”

There are numerous online

is

fill

do-it-yourself wills. “If

you had a problem with your car, would you repair it yourself? No. You’d take it to a mechanic, a professional. And is much more important

a will

than that.”

While some clauses in online and professionally prepared wills are standard, many others are different, says

Richmond. “But with a lawyer, you get to make sure that everything in your will says what you want it to. It’s tailored.”

He

says having a involved in the

also

lawyer process

from

the

start

ly can’t

do

that.

You

client

Instead,

Richmond

told

deliver a legal will to a client’s

door, or even e-mail

cat’s needs.

it.

at

can

All the

"Don't

I

know you?"

his

he could set up a trust fund and an executor would oversee providing funds for all the it,

Legal

From the Sanctuary

can’t leave your

Deeds www.legaldeeds.com $19

(Photo by Stacey McCarthy) individuals are choosing to create their own legal wills instead of seeking a lawyer’s assistance. While do-it-yourself wills are legal in most provinces, they can be risky.

Many

$500. The rest goes to children or grandchildren.” The most unique will Richmond prepared involved an elderly woman’s wish to leave all her money to her cat. “But we realentire estate to an animal.”

for

is

important because they provide a worry-free, complete and professional will. “A lawyer can also make changes for you right away.” Richmond says many of his clients’ wills request money be given to favourite charities or churches. “But most don’t donate their entire estates — usually only a specific amount around $100 or

those who don’t wish to consult a lawyer. For

options

the

in

Canadian Legal Will Kits Online ($12.95) is a CD-ROM containing everything you need to create your own legal will. It includes an instruction booklet, guide to completing the form and multiple copies of a will so it can be updated, Richmond doesn’t recom-

mend a hard concept for

It s

do

required blanks and sign on the dotted line,

To date Conestoga Students

Inc.

has been pushing students to get involved with their student union on some

But the reasons for that desire to have students involved are many. However, few people realize that coming to Conestoga College student pub. Of course those things are important. But so

The

DON’T GO

DOWN A DIFFICULT ROAD ALONE

level.

in

cliche of

it’s

not what you know but

who you know

is

isn't

just about getting a diploma nor having a beer

getting to

rings true.

know

And there

in

the

people.

is

no better place to get to know people than

college.

Outside of your classes, there are thousands of potential friends 2nd associates. There are also thousands of potential business partners.

Conestoga College prides

itself

on producing some of the best students

in

the country. The college also contributes over

a billion dollars to the local economy.

means there

This

But

if

is

a great deal of opportunity for students to achieve

students don't put themselves out

in

many

things both personally and professionally.

the public for everyone to meet, then the possibilities of personal and pro-

fessional growth are significantly limited.

Many students students their

HIRE A PEER TUTOR

grams,

all

is

how often do students mingle

the ideal place for networking to begin. There are hundreds of students

getting to

know each

with others outside

living

together from a variety of pro-

other.

such

in

a

manner.

What would make this

interaction significantly

more productive though

is if

these students remained

in

contact after leav-

Conestoga College.

ing

PROVIDES 5 HOURS OF TUTORING

activities together, but

absolutely fantastic that these students are expanding their horizons and interacting with their neighbours

positive

$15.00

and talk and take up a variety of

Many

program?

Residence

It is

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don't learn the value of networking until far too late. Take a look around the Sanctuary or cafeteria.

Students don't know when they might need to switch fields or need the assistance of someone they knew

The world

is

a giant network, getting larger every day. People can stay

in

touch with each other

via e-mail

in

college.

and other forms

of communication.

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By

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But

if

own personal network, you can accomplish just about anything, anywhere.

you stay hidden

in

your room or just keep

in

touch with the people you knew

in

class, your

network won

t

be as

strong.

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— SPOKE, March

Shop cheap ‘wears’ cheap

get told not to

not weird.

Some

many

brands, popular and exclusive, that can

tests

at the store

be found

Davis

said.

“We

want

was ruled out. “They told me it was

focus on the ones

that are trying to

pay

LRG

site for

of the store’s

main

lines,

customers

their target

one

clothing, at

about

www.l-

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definitely

she

Tourette Syndrome passed all other 'tests),” she said. After her diagnosis, FitzGerald’s parents decided to learn more about the disease and joined the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of

their rent

Canada. They attended meetings and read more about the disease.

our prices very low

because we’re so close to the university and we are so comshe petitive with the malls,

Learning about the disease, her parents realized there were many

said.

parents in the area with children who had TS and needed support.

store’s customers, so they cater

FitzGerald's father decided to start another branch of the organization

College and university students are the majority of the to

them

in

many ways.

don’t carry as

much

else,

skate-style

of their clothing designs

at

young people, with items such as T-shirts

They

are

run by someone still

exists

because they have brands and designs which aren't available anywhere else in the

in Kitchener.

help she had been looking “I got

bumped up on

for.

the waiting

more complex symptoms such

TS),” she said.

them now and then but they imal,” she said. “I twist

my

tense the muscles and then also put my hair behind

I

have

re

min-

back let

my

my

my

cheeks and

lips,

many different forms the disease comes in, the Tourette Syndrome Association states that one out of every 200 people has visible forms of TS. While the media often portrays as a disorder that often includes outbursts of bad language, only 15

TS

I

ear,

per cent of those with Coproliatia (which

she added,

“I finally

made

friends

1800s,

start-

untary repetition of body move-

a smart choice.

the

disease

that

Also often associated with TS are learning and attention disorders such as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), depression, impulsiveness and sleeping disorders. Current

is

started

Eating out tonight?

Make

in the late

defined as an inherited, neurological disorder that involves the invol-

and I

diagnosed

is

TS have name for

form of the involves the outburst of obscene language).

first

statistics for the

of the

fingers and the inside of

bite

Although

disease are hard to acquire because

to

go.

improvements of 20 30 per cent by the time they

issues.

also help

control her physical ticks. “My ticks are not constant.

as

reach adulthood, they still deal with depression and self-esteem

anti-psychotics,

They

(that her children will

chance

to

“I’ve been doing very well. I still have my ups and downs though.” she said. Her medication includes

pills.

The

to repeatedly clearing of the throat)

the disease see

ications.

always wanted children. way I see it, it is a 50-50

“I’ve

more than one-third of people with

on four different types of med-

and sleeping

a child.

and the uttering jumping, While of out of context language.

Now

research being conducted on

the

realizes

involved with having chilhaving dren, she is still considering

risks

hitting,

to

anti-depressants,

cals.

cases are

blinking

see the leading Tourette’s adding doctor in Toronto, she said, she still sees him regularly. 30 and married, Fitzgerald is

how the disease is transwell as mitted from generations as abnormal of significance the metabolisms in some brain chemi-

eye (including facial ticks such as as such ticks vocal to

you do it. And if you don't, it doesn’t go away.” Tourette Syndrome, which. was

TS

have

FitzGerald and her husband have started going to see a special-

now

ist in

regards to having children.

“We’ve been far. I’ll

meetings so

some medicamake it through I can won’t make it through

be taken off

and

tion

to three

if

that trial I

t

the pregnancy,” she said. Having been on medications for the past

doessix years, FitzGerald said she n’t

know what

“It’s scary. I

that

I

may

to expect.

warned

my

friends

not even want to go out-

side,” she said.

extremely

I’m

self-conscious

(about her ticks) because I was teased so much and I’m sure they (the ticks) will

(once

come back

medication

her

dosage

is

reduced).”

While she waits

to see

how

she

will react to taking less medication,

FitzGerald said she and TS have come to an agreement. said. she truce,” a “It’s “Tourette’s has always been a part to of me. I see it as a personal goal

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it.”

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to

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the

those suffering from Tourette

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like

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store is located at

of

tary, the

suicide.

a private school for kids with phys-

University to sell their clothes on various occasions.

corner

tried to Six years ago, FitzGerald

so she said. “I don’t like pain

support groups

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reaction to referring to her family’s her bad behaviour at times.

commit

of

over the world

the

The store employees travel to Conestoga and the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier

St. in

all

describing her current ticks. “It’s like a sneeze. It feels strong

describing the school.

area.

A large number

she said,

s,

one shown above

I

After her diagnosis, FitzGerld’s parents also decided to put her into

ed getting good grades.

The

on

“It was the best thing that ever happened to me,” said FitzGerald,

com-

petitive

King

chapter

ical addictions.

and oversized jeans

lining the walls.

the

Water Street

clothing as the Green Monkey does. The Green Monkey aims all

Now

in Kitchener.

of the stores in the mall

Many

I

and

(Internet photo)

because of the Tourette

list

(after

the with their passions,” says

Web

and others. was

to FitzGerald, there

bility

to

could.

again

was blamed on Tourette’s. If I was the didn’t want to eat it it was Tourette’s. If I lashed out

scans, tests for

tests

if I

did

only no way to test TS and so it was diagnosed when every other possi-

line,"

street/skate

a

CAT

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“like

is

such as

tumors,

LRG, Drunken Monkey, Quiksilver and a new line are

called

thought, ‘I’m There’s a name for

susFitzgerald’s parents started to bad pect it was more than just speto taken was She behaviour. variety of cialists who performed a

get adding, “Competitors can't their hands on these lines.”

(TS)

“After the diagnosis, everything

of having facial, shoulder wrist, ankle, stomach and vocalor movements ticks (sudden as izations that occur repeatedly) anger, of outbursts well as physical

other stores don’t carry. “We’re the only ones that can she said, sell them in this area,”

it

to fall again.

began

a

After years

fashions.” Davis said they labels that also have exclusive

new

examples of the

was

to live

FitzGerald said her self-esteem

this.’”

the

all

it

how

began having said. would lash out at others,” she wasn’t teasing Even though the as it nearly as bad in high school school, elementary in was

first. I

sigh of relief at

Carrie-Anne Davis, owner and store, operator of the Waterloo

much

was diagnosed

had a long road

rages

she felt suicidal. I

travel

still

learning

couldn’t accept

was

“When

in

she attended high school, came across classmates again she who teased her. why they “I didn’t understand

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March.

it

When

definitely a misfit and that to (other) kids. acceptable wasn’t remembers going to school

and

made

diagnosis

with TS.

she was diagnosed.

serving Casual Wear has been students college and university

sell pretty

to

before referring to her childhood

college students.

“We

her, FitzGerald ,

t

“I

self-esteem back. the

understand easier for her family to

The problem was she didn At know she was making that face. diagnosed the age of 12 she was with Tourette Syndrome (TS). “1 thought I was crazy,” she said,

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to study vet medicine. that “It combines the fact

VANDENHO FF

work with people as much animals." to work with the

through Dozens of animals pass Laurelwood Maggie Himann’ s Veterinary Hospital daily. personalities,

bouncy

Dogs with with

cats

rooms spunk, brightly illuminated veterithe keep staff and a cheery with life. But it nary office bursting easier. doesn’t make death any now in her “early 40s,

younger

began vet school at the years after University of Guelph 15 graduating from high school. difFor years she worked many clerical work to from jobs, ferent

was

money at it. I’d than work at it,” she

enjoy

it

she can do the owners.

says.

completing clearly enjoys. Despite experischool, Maggie’s learning

pares

stuff out there,

you can’t possibly know everything and I will never say I know it all.”

was not of her demanding program

found it a little difficult because I had a life before I went back to school.” Soon Maggie was juggling eight hours of class a day “I

at night.

hard to get

One phenomenon Maggie

is

becoming all too familiar with is death. She says ultimately the medto ical care of pets comes down how much owners can afford to pay this results in the

and many times

euthanization of an animal. “I find it frustrating. It has noth-

me and there’s nothcan do. It’s not my pet and it’s It’s the owner’s not ..vt my money. — -

ing to do with

But she knew she had made the school 10 svuuui duck to in going back right nght choice m

ing

in

DVM (doctor of vet medMD but is the same as an

COB

says,

I

“A

for little dogs, Kitsumee (Japanese name whose red fox) and Gabriela, Princess Gabriela actually

will make them away she says, “It you cry.” Maggie gives the story to all ot

her patients

Fibber Bubblebutt, and two cats. describes She Molly. McGee and she is all as mutts because

them

letting their animals go. when There have even been times pet, a down put she has refused to

unsure of their true lineage. With all of the Maxes, Rexes, that pass Fluffys and Whiskers

as suspiciting the owner’s reasons medical concerns as

for Maggie when she com“In human it to a human life.

is

cious or the

“But at least I can look myself in the mirror at the end of know, I did the day and say, ‘You

unjustified.

medicine we do everything to keep In people alive and then they die. that happens rarely it medicine vet animals just die.” Most times she sees pets that are sick and deterioadding rating. Once the bills start to up, she says most owners choose

at

euthaI didn’t unnecessarily nize an animal that would other-

OK.

wise be

euthanize them. Does she believe in a better place for animals? Maggie’s eyes light up. She is reminded of a prose

Rainbow Bridge.

“It’s

about a rainbow bridge and

how

called the

is

are thinking about

who

fine.’”

But it’s Maggie’s compassion makes her a successful vet, says her sister. “She constantly

that

makes sure

the animals are taken

care of,” even the owners. When the animals are in surgery she sends a pager with the family so

scaly things.” After a year in business, the patient list

continues to grow and

T

and Viagra and try a natural way spice up your love life. to

of various sensuous reactions, the visual satisfaction of the sight of

to eat oysters to

Aphrodisiacs are foods, drinks or smells that increase someone’s sexual desire and enhance sexual

appetizing foods, the stimulation of pleasing smells and the

Are you

need of a libido

booster?

Throw away those

love potions

gratification

rich,

dishes tend to bring on a state of

tions the validity of aphrodisiacs.

general euphoria conducive to

Health Canada and the Food and Drug Administration declare that there is no scientific evidence proving that aphrodisiacs heighten an

sexual expression.”

However, for centuries aphrodisiacs have been recognized as a natural form of arousal between lovers. In ancient times, food and nutri-

were important; many foods lacked nutrients and were hard to find, which created a loss of libido and lower fertility rates in some people. Natural foods, such as seafood, fruits and eggs, were con-

tion

sidered antidotes that

would give

people the sexual healing they needed. In the past these foods

do

aphrodisiacs

“Historically, there

Wilfrid Laurier student. According

www.askmen.com, people used

to

all

health,

improve

which

their over-

led

to

an

F.

many

straining at the leash trying to get in the door.” .

,

iodine and zinc

are

love, in the

high

heard

oysters, fruits

and vegetables leave

Although some may

are

drive

both

in

Chilies,

men and women.

curries,

hot peppers and

rumour

mill states that green

M&Ms

anything spicy are supposed to have a physiological effect on people, either

by

raising their heart-

or pulse. Researchers also believe that hot foods trigger the release of endorphins, a body

beats

chemical

that gives natural highs.

Asparagus, recognized by suggestive shape,

is

its

high in vita-

ulate the brain to

“Chocolate

women, Kandas

it

is

The stimu-

become

excited.

a pleasure food for

helps us feel better,” said

Weber,

a

Conestoga

College student. Heavy foods and large meals

people up and make them bloated,

is

“I will give a girl any food the)

desire if

it

mojo

gets her

said Patrick Finnegan,

going,’

a Wilfrii

Laurier student.

Vanilla Aphrodisiac

Smoothie 250 ml (1 cup) milk 5 whole cloves 2 cinnamon sticks 1

filling.

phenylethlamine and ethylamine are two chemicals that stim-

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feel

causing people to feel

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not the green coating

lant

w

folklore, individuals have to decide

excites

similar to endorphins.

believe

ritual.

chocolate contains stimulants that give women a natural high

increased sex

like

people feeling content. For centuries, men and women have used foods as aphrodisiacs.

women, it’s the The traditional St. Valentine’s Day gift, chocolate, is a favourite among many women. According to www.discoverhealth.com,

certain

oysters

mating

recently,

chocolate

grocery store. as the food of in phosphorus, which are used

that

gland

the

that

production of testosterone.

“I’ve

unattractive.

are a passion food. It’s defi-

In this day and age, people can find aphrodisiacs in their own

known

pituitary

popular items for are arousal: apricots and peaches are considered erotic symbols. Ancient Jews used to consider fruit an important

nitely

I

Lighter foods

pi

also

More

aphrodisiacs.

or

stimulants.

which releases sexual hormones and has vitamin A, B and C. Fruits

part of the

from the word Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love) used to use rhino horns, snake blood and Spanish flies as natural forms of

refrigerator

considered one of

the

stimulates

(stemming

Aphrodisiacs

is

hormone

Celery, usually partnered with Cheese Whiz or peanut butter,

exist.

in

which

sex

the

types of foods,” she said.

of performance and a low reproduction system. romantic dinner by candlelight

them and get some friend,” said Darcy Delaney, a

min

have always

been aphrodisiacs

Oysters,

A

trv try

girl-

According to an article in The Record on Feb. 13, Eva de Viveiros, one of the co-hosts of Barely Cooking, believes that

were also seen as remedies for various sexual anxieties, including fear

to

my

for

savory

Sex expert Sue Johanson ques-

individual’s sexual drive.

I

afforded the oral

mechanism by

performance.

to turn

need

really

aphrodisiac.

way

only

isn’t the

m

happy customers continue to return. “People bring their animals in here and the dogs are actually

,

on your served meal the other; significant may also have an effect on the mood of the night. The Encyclopedia Britannica says, “The combination

McGARRY

the

through Maggie’s office, it hardest owners’ names she has the time remembering. As for her favourite animal, shf® says she likes them furry. “I mu admit I’m not a fan of feathered o

your relationship Natural aphrodisiacs can add spark Eto By SINEAD

the’

we’re not limited to one species. Maggie’s home isn’t limited to two one either. She is a mother to

ly

The

cated

much

the wishes of

answer, There’s no right or wrong choice.” a just it’s all issue becomes more compli-

things.

‘There is so

is fulfill

mals some that put down. Then there are down. desperately need to be put

fact ence never ends. She loves the new discovering always is she that

vet

year

icine),

are ani“I like to think that there to be that just don’t deserve

in a career she

mals has resulted

going to go back to school, medicine would be the only thing she would want to study. However, the rigorous schedule

was

Maggie

rather

earlier, school graduation years Maggie decided that if she were

“After 15 years, it my brain to work.’

her,”

last

it.”

As a veterinarian, Maggie realprofession. izes the vastness of her owns that she T-shirt a She refers to

will when you cross over your dog ...” she says, as side other be on the tears quickher voice fades and the she wipes As eyes. her well up in

money and they have to choose how they want to spend that.” All

to kiss everyone.” Many years later her love for ani-

to accepted been high Guelph’s vet program upon

and hours of homework

on

sit

Firs

St.S.

beer

Waterloo.

her Big says. “We used to call used Chief Lick ’Em because she

Having

easy.

on her and

just operat-

a dog she has

Maaaie Himann a Veterinary Hospital opened ed on. The Laurelwood

dogs growing up. bers one in particular. Tippy. us “She was so willing to let put sun pyjamas, in up her dress

I

earning

veterinarian, holds

Maggie remem-

but doing as far as cabinet-making, my spend to want didn’t really life

(Photo by Laurie Vandenhoff)

point

hats

it is

Hi

to help

anything

being said to me that would to her being a vet.” had The Himann family always

the time off to think

servic

Maggie’s objective to prevent suffering. “The few times people to that I have actually told I put their pet down, it s because and suffering is pet their know that we can do that there is nothing that In fact,

Sandra Himann,

they were kids. “I don’t remember

apprenticeship in a cabinet-making the job, and on injured that she was better. her life took a turn for the period, recovery her

I

these pets.

ever

Zealand.

enjoyed what

families for so far in finding loving

a

It

sister

becaus

Through posters and word she has been successful mouth, of

Maggie adding she can’t recall be a vet when to wanted she saying

sheep sheering in involved But it was while she was

really

are

1

closer

instead.

took a lot ot inihard work and tiative, a lot of her says planning,” financial

mature student.

native

“I

work when you

doing.

her they surrender the animal to

underhave to go and do your

graduate

The

about her destiny.

to

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.

let

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huge

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is

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Maggie,

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pet

like to

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10,

2003

— Page 9

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Next time you’re walking past 43

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with

Filled with a variety of crafts, clothing, jewelry, and much more,

from

differs

it

all

as

ings.

Jen Smerdon, who is a job-search support employee at the centre, said the services offered at 43

be pur-

Queen

St.

S.

needed

in a

community.

represent the tools

“If there are resources that people

can use then a

lot can happen withcommunity,” she said. “It’s a busy and vibrant place with a lot of activity and a variety of learning

rency.

in the

opened

in 2000, 43 Queen newest addition to The Working Centre at 58 Queen St. S St. S., is the

services.”

(located across the street).

Like The Working Centre building across the street, 43 Queen St. S. offers affordable housing on the

The Working Centre, which has been open since 1982, is known for the variety of free job-search servit offers including access to

third floor. 43 Queen St. S. offers two apartments with three bedrooms in each. According to Mancini, between

ices

computers, newspapers, telephones, job postings and much more.

43 Queen St. S. offers similar services and also a variety of programs such as: crafts and arts programs, self-directing computer

the

services offered at the two buildings and the meals served at St. John’s Kitchen on Duke and

entre /olunt ® e Steven Szabo strains liquid from pulp to make pink coloured^apeU? is^usTone^f s just one of the crafts ^ workshops available at the centre on Queen Street in Kitchener. f?

J'

training, a

Recycle Cycles workshop, meeting space for different

community groups.

Window

The Front

display

(displaying

BarterWorks items) and more. The BarterWorks network does not use physical currency but instead consists of credits and debits kept by a central computer system to keep track of trading

between

members.

Everybody involved in the training must become a member by paying a small fee. The system not only offers items but also services such

as childcare, accounting, alternative healthcare,

home

repair, legal

Each member membership identifica-

services and more.

its

meaning,

first

Working Centre

came

to

The

in 1991.

“By providing them with an and helping them establish

office

themselves. The Working Centre was able to provide (the network) with enough stability so that they

wouldn’t die out,” said Joe Mancini, who along with his wife, Stephanie, created The Working Centre 20 years ago. BarterWorks holds trading fairs the last Saturday of every month, where members set up displays of the items or services they have to offer.

A

directory,

then goes on to the computer sys-

tem, showing their account transac-

members.

number. Their debit or credit

tions, just like a bank’s.

“It

BarterWorks is a branch of the Local Exchange Trading System

(LETS) created

1983 by is a non-

in B.C. in

Michael Linton. LETS profit network that now exists worldwide encouraging communities to take part in a network of trading.

was

BarterWorks, which renamed from LETS by its

K-W

representatives in order to clarify

developing reasons. Located on the second

skill

floor, the repair shop has a variety of bicycle parts and tools for volunteers to

use.

Anybody

interested can help fix bicycles for others, create bicycle art (designs with bike parts), help with the sorting and other duties as well as take or teach a bike repair shop workshop. Also on the second floor are the arts

and

crafts

programs. Here

dents can participate in

press denim, water and pigments. The paper made is then often contributed to the items sold at The

Front

Window

display.

sewing workshop is also available, which provides lessons, materials and equipment for those wanting to learn more about sewing.

On the main floor, like the centre across the street, job-search services and computer services are availcomputer

Centre), an estimated 500 people use the services offered at The Working Centre

everyday.

“This project is a life commitment,” he said, adding, “These services are designed so that they are not controlled but instead can

be used to meet each individual’s

A

able. Self-directed

The Working

train-

interest.”

Last October The Working Centre was among six other Canadian housing initiatives that received an Affordable Housing Innovations

Award

for their dedica-

tion in pursuing

developments for affordable housing in the K-W community.

Conestoga Christian

who barter,” said Mancini. (The Working Centre) think it is important for some people to have different access to economic means. There are always people looking for alternatives to the mainstream systems.” Another program which screams uniqueness offered at 43 Queen St. S., is the Recycle Cycle program. The program encourages residents

Fellowship

people

“We

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yellow pages, is printed six times each year listing all the items offered and requested by members. Currently the network has 200

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well

also available

resume support and more space for community group meet-

The items displayed are part of a system called BarterWorks, where local individuals, businesses and community groups trade goods and services in exchange for barter curFirst

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news

real-life

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is

story reporting

the accident scenario Feb.

on

18 on

campus.)

Two men were

killed

and a

third

at injured in an electrical accident Conestoga the recreation centre at

College’s

Doon campus.

Russ Kelly, a law and unidentisecurity student, and an fied male security guard. The identity and extent of the third

Dead

are

victim’s injuries are

unknown

at this

it

accident .

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took college securi-

to her call. ty employees to respond “They need some rndre training,” long she said. “They just took too d gotten to get here. Maybe if they be here earlier, Russ wouldn’t

dead.”

There was some confusion as to with the cause of the accident, of rumours spreading that the cause of sort some to due was the injuries a chemical

spill.

Once

fire officials

able arrived on the scene they were determine the problem as an to

electrical hazard.

time.

security College Conestoga responded to a call at approximately The call was 12 p.m. on Feb. 18. placed by Suzette Araujo, a law

and security student who was one of the first people on the scene. Araujo said she had a meeting at the

gym

with Kelly.

“Russ saw someone laying there and then he went down as well," she said.

She said she proceeded college security,

who

to alert

called in the

Cambridge fire and ambulance servpolice. ice and the Waterloo regional Araujo said she was disappointed

Captain Mike Richmond conthis was the cause, unable to comment was although he on the cause at the time. He said there was water on the scene, which appeared to have come from the building s water supply. Hydro worker Keith Perron

firmed

was

that

called in to shut off the

power. Three members of the Ministry of Labour also arrived on the scene to investigate. None were available for

comment.

The cause of the electrical hazard has yet to be determined.

(Photo by Laurie Vandenhoff)

the LASA program

the consolidation exercise for students check them over. paramedic pre-firefighting service and

Two

students participating

in

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Millions

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like the ingredi-

first

However,

these elements

all

— Page 13

New York

lights of

glance.

While walking through downtown Manhattan visitors can enjoy fresh roasted nuts and pretzels or pick up designer knock-off watches from the numerous street

ents of an ideal vacation spot.

New York

2003

10,

Records store, one of the world’s largest Toys ‘R’ Us establishments, ABC and MTV studios. There is so much for the eyes to take in that it is overwhelming at

through the streets, taxis lining sidewalks, constant noise and bright lights don’t

SPOKE, March

make

City spectacular.

There are no sandy beaches, cabana boys or waterfront resorts but the beauty of the city is phenomenal. Getting off a train at Pennsylvania Station brings you right to the heart of Manhattan. Located at the comer of West 33rd Street and 8th Avenue, the hustle and bustle of Times Square awaits just one block away.

vendors.

Only a few blocks up West 33rd comer of 5th Avenue is the Empire State Building, curStreet at the

New

rently the tallest building in

York. Hail one of the thousands of cabs that pass

by and make your way up

to Central

Park located

mid-

in the

dle of the island.

Take a

stroll

through the park and

enjoy the peace and quiet of tranquil

marvel.

Numerous

this

paths

cross through the grounds weaving

through endless trees and squirrels

(Photo by Blake Gall)

Times Square

at night offers the true

excitement of

life in

New

York

City.

at play.

From make

Central Park tourists can

way

their

back

Broadway Avenue taking

in

New

clothing shops carrying a variety

of the world’s most prestigious

business people planning events like

the

Grammy s

or the next episode of

At night it becomes a show of broadway calibre. Theatres line 42nd Street where visitors can enjoy shows ranging from Chicago to Lion King or Phantom of the Opera. If you’re looking for great shopping, then stop off at Macy’s at the comer of 34th Street and 7th

York.

Avenue across the street from Madison Square Gardens. Make your way further down-

Times Square offers the enjoyment of a three-floor Virgin

you think

Energy Canadian the with Research Institute in Calgary, in an article in the Toronto Star on Feb. 13.

This could be a rather big pain

if

you are a person like me. I have to fill up my tank at least three times a week.

Brampton to Kitchener everyday. The good is

is

I

from

own

good on

a small car and that gas,

but

I

still

it

pay

approximately $240 a month. “If war breaks out in Iraq, crude oil prices

them around the city with the option of getting off the bus at one of the stops and getting back on later. guide brings life to the tour

many

A

with inside information on where celebrities hang out and the history of the amazing city. New York City is often regarded

town with danger around every comer. The opposite is true. as a dirty

There are so many people there

cents a

could spike to $50 (US) a •Not valid with any other

offer.

lot,

is

especially

when com-

and much more. Street vendors are always willing to make a deal for their watches and give directions if needed. Salespeople are welcoming and

While walking through downtown Manhattan visitors can enjoy fresh roasted nuts and pretzels or pick up designer knock-off watches from the numerous street vendors.

New York City. Every store sells I Love New York merchandise including T-

ing the pride of

matter where you live, gas prices are getting too high, and

and that would add about 1 cents to each litre of regular gasosaid Canada,” in sold line

consumers are not getting a answer as to why;

Lauerman. So when are we ever going to get relief? Right now, it seems like gas prices will never go down to a rea-

tribution

barrel,

of Iraqi oil to North gasoline supply is minuscule. Other sources say that

once the issue of Iraq clears up. So far, Moncton and Bathurst, gas 89.9

cents

At participating McDonald's Restaurants

list

of high

They have reached per in

litre

someone

of regular

Ontario. Offers at participating Restaurants

the

impending war and

its

on gas prices,” said Martha Brayley from Toronto, in a letter in the Toronto Star on Feb. 15.

effect

With so is

TT..4.

But

what about

me? Or someone who living and are now

forced to cut their paycheques in half, just to pay for gas? The fact is there is really nothing

tomers into buying as

much

as pos-

sible.

The myth

mug

that

everyone wants to

tourists or beat

them up

is

nothing more than that, a myth. New York is a city that everyone should experience in their lifetime. It has the pizzazz of broadway, the lights of Times Square, the peace of Central Park and the style of the fashion district. There

is

something and his-

for everyone in this unique torical city.

olxi/oxrc K rhpanpst on Moi Monday the cheapest be thp always afternoons and early on Tuesday mornings. Prices tend to rocket Tuesday afternoons. I have seen

sas prices rise at least five cents in

one day. think I

No matter where you live, gas prices are getting too high, and consumers are not getting a real reason

as to why.

many

conflicting reports,

hard to decide

who

to believe.

So what is the solution to all of this? Most people can use public may vary from

the

recent

high

stink for everyone.

prices

starting to get ridiculous. first

got

ago,

it

to

my

is

When

I

car a year and a half

cost between $15 and $20

my

fill

gas It

tank.

Now

it

is

more

like $30. I

imagine what it up bigger cars and

can't even

costs to

fill

trucks.

threat

have, and will have, a tremendous

it

like

drives for a

America’s

Analysts are saying that relief won’t come until later this year

prices.

real

sources say that the con-

“Some

sonable price.

N.B., have topped the

transportation.

We

The reason

have to drive, that and driving vehicles need gas, so we have to pay whatever the price

this

may

Kitchener.

we can

do.

be.

year

Now

everyone

or Tuesdays.

cope

For some

reason, gas seems to

those shown

is

I chose to commute because it would be

cheaper than to rent a place

have noticed a trend and try to set my gas on Sundays, Mondays I

Make every day your favourite day of the week. 9

helpful while trying to sucker cus-

litre.

No

Opinion

Lauerman, global energy analyst

thing

for an all-day pass that will take

pared to other cities such as Toronto, which has averaged 81.9

“That would be the peak and that would be short-lived, but at the same time the potential is there, for sure,” said Vincent

drive

York Sightseeing double decker bus tour. Boarders pay $35

like a

litre.

I

New

a 9.9-cent-a-litre increase in Moncton and a 4.7cent rise in Bathurst. That seems

now, experts are could go up to $1 a

it

All of these sights are included in

ashtrays

shirts, hats, gloves, socks,

tion to

fashions.

gasoline. That

that gasoline prices

are too high right

saying that

no one has time to pay attenanyone else. Instead, visitors have the freedom to walk around without fear while observthat

prices could soar even higher

Gas If

Greenwich

the

in

Friends.

State Building is tallest monument the currently

or

David Letterman Show studio and return to Times Square. By day the city is packed with the

The Empire

Soho

to

Village where you’ll find multiple

sights of the

(Photo by Blake Gall)

town

down

tle

I

am

until

is

not so sure.

I

in

guess

just going to have to

gas prices

become a

more reasonable.

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Page 14

1

0,

Life

2003

c

European juices used to make wine By MI CHELL E TAYLOR

formed for every type of grape,” Trochta said. Minerals such as phosphate and calcium brought up into the vine from the soil form these crystals. Therefore, the more crystals formed the more minerals and vitamins the grape juice

The strong smell of alcohol and grapes is apparent as you

fresh

enter the store.

Hundreds of in

bottles of juices

sit

temperature-regulated cellars;

all

various

in

stages

of becoming

acquired. sells different

types

wine-making

of grape juices for people to

make

Kamil Juices

wine.

Kamil

Juices,

a

juices imported from the fine vine-

own wine at home, or you can go through the process at the store

yards of Europe. These are pure

itself.

supply store

Guelph,

in

grape

sells

their

grape juices, not from concentrate.

Wines sold

Most

wine-making processes some time and patience.

your local liquor store are made from concentrated

involve

juices.

yeast

According to Jerry Trochta, owner of Kamil Juices, wines made from non-concentrated juices contain all the minerals and natural products the vines have extracted from the soil. These health benefits

seven to 12 days. After

at

are killed in concentrated juices because the process requires a high temperature of about 100 C. This leaves nothing but the alcohol.

Non-concentrated juices ferment at only 22 C. “The difference is night

'and day,” she

said.

“(Non-concen-

trated juices) just taste better.”

Trochta pointed out that every

Fermentation, the step in which the

the

(Photo by Michelle Taylor)

Jerry Trochta,

juices.

the

In

fall

the juices

The walls of Kamil Juices

many

Trochta’s trips

to

Europe. “If there these

is

these parts

any doubt

come from

juices

Kamil Juices

places, the pictures prove said. Several pictures

show

it,”

she

the jugs

with her wine drinking? girl

As

young

a

her mother would give her a

small amount of wine mixed with

with precision to

carbonated water.

20,000

fit

litres

one shipping container. These 11-litre jugs of juice are

the

As

she grew older,

amount of wine would

and sold

tainers

distributors.

its

sells

at

“A

Kamil Juices Kamil Juices

many

products in

its

lot

their

stores

Perhaps

has something to do

it

of

people

own wine

make

at

home.

get together with friends and have wine-

making

and Colorado.

characteristic about her.

increase.

They

across Canada, and has begun to expand to the United States with distributors in Connecticut, Texas

young

made from

from done

to sit in a cold cel-

(at

no need for She never had to break

rejected, then there is

rebellion.

into a cabinet to try

parties.”

Jerry Trochta,

Kamil Juices

something that

would be seen as “mysterious.” Because drinking wine was so open her family, she could choose whether she wanted to drink or not. An obvious wine expert, Trochta pointed out a couple of techniques to learn about the wine you are drinking. Arches are formed when wine is swirled in a glass; the wider the arches the thinner the wine which means less alcohol; the narrower the arches the more alcohol

content

The Trochta believes, when taken in moderation, wine can be beneficial.

She said if drinking alcohol is open and not something to be hidden or

it

has.

of a wine shows qual-

clarity

Also, wine which forms crys-

ity.

tals at the

bottom of the

bottle is a

sign of quality.

“There

“Wine

a

is

Trochta said.

in

taken right off the shipping con-

years old, Trochta has a strong,

these

Guelph, checks on customers’ bottles of wine

the juices are sold in being stacked

of

that

in

juice.

of

are

pictures

of

The business opened in Guelph 22 years ago. Trochta came from Czechoslovakia to introduce the wines of Europe to Canada. At 60

are

shipped to Canada.

covered with

owner

non-concentrated grape

and

yards of either Italy, Germany, France, Austria or Hungary every spring to select these superior

last this is

no

less than

0 C)

Red wines

will clarify in six months and white wines can take longer. Once it has clarified it is ready to bottle.

alcoholic taste.

Canada, Trochta travels to the vine-

garage

can

for at least three weeks.

into

these real grape juices to

wine needs

lar or

wine has a different taste when made from non-concentrated juices, while wines made from concentrated juices all have the same

To bring

multiplies,

living

“It

organism,”

goes through the

changes just like we do.” If you decide to make wine on your own, you will need juice, ingredients and equipment. An 11litre jug of juice can range from $36 to $90. If you wish to make your wine at Kamil Juices there is an additional $30 cost. One 1 1 -litre jug makes approximately 28 to 30, 750-millilitre bottles.

Kamil Juices has 200 230 batches going through the process of becoming wine. That’s in just one month. Currently,

to

1

Trochta said people have a lot of fun making wine on their own. “A lot of people make their own wine at home. They get together with friends and have wine-making parties.” Juices can be ordered on the

Internet

as

well.

www.kamiljuices.com

are

different

crystals

Visit to

learn

more.

Students with epilepsy can learn to cope By REBECC A LE ARN Approximately two per cent of the population

is

fighting to live a

normal life with epilepsy. For students with the seizure order, there are

many ways

dis-

to help

improve self-esteem, do better in school and change others’ misconceptions.

“You do have

control

of your

environment around you,” said Melissa Dyck, manager of support services

Epilepsy

at

Wellington,

some element of

Waterloo-

“You have

adding,

control over the

your life as well.” Dyck said reducing stress will help to reduce seizures. “If there stress that’s in

are

triggers

seizure

on,

lights, lack

that

such

may as

bring

a

flickering

of sleep, making sure

that they get the right amount of medication or mixing any medications with alcohol,” she said they

run on a monthly basis for both high school and college students, as well as adults,” she said. Dyck for

cising by taking frequent breaks,

boyfriends,

These support groups will help people with epilepsy make relabecause people who don’t have control over their seizures will have self-esteem tionships,

issues.

She said mechanism

that is to

students with epilepsy

from

friends because they can’t

many

make

things eas-

Dyck said the more who have an understanding der.

epilepsy

is,

the easier

it is

people of what

activities socially.

for peo-

ple with epilepsy to cope and pre-

“We

have support groups that

we

their

do

Dyck

as

said

have to be the case, as long as the proper precautions are taken.

an inform the lifeguard about your seizures and consider wearing an easily identifiable bathing cap or floatation device, 4) consider avoiding or modifying sports with is

“People with epilepsy tend to have a very strong work record and

have a

really strong

ethic

as

work

well.”

Melissa Dyck,

manager of support

said

most recreation

shouldn’t have

services,

activi-

an

impact, though, as long as the person is careful. tips

by

the

Canadian

Epilepsy Alliance for recreation

found

at

www.epilep-

Scholarships have been created to

Web

help people with epilepsy get a col-

symatters.com, the alliance’s site.

lege or university education.

Most life,

epileptics can lead a

as long as they take

precautions.

A

normal

some

extra

cling or rollerblading,

wear a

hel-

met, knee pads and elbow pads, 6) avoid boating, snowmobiling or skiing alone and consider the use of a safety strap and hook when riding the ski

lift.

More sugges-

Epilepsy

available

is

the seizure disorder. tion

well and this

ing the

a misconception,

is

$1,000

to

One

through

Canada, and awards 30 young Canadians with

ent mental issues or capabilities as

lot

The

applica-

form can be obtained by

Web

site

visit-

http.VAvww.epilep-

she said.

sy.ca/eng/formulaires/ Application

Often Dyck said she encourages students to use the term seizure disorder over epilepsy if they’re having a hard time talking about

Form-ontario.pdf.

it.

Something

else people

may

not'

For the longest time, people were

work if they had They were told they

not allowed to epilepsy.

shouldn’t marry or have children, and they were put in homes for a

realize

very long time,

work

She said it was always “hush hush.” It was labeled as a fit and there were stories of people being

is that “people with epilepsy tend to have a very strong work record and have a really strong

ethic as well,” she said. it

may

be hard for them because people will

think that they can’t do the that

they’ll

work or

have a seizure and

cause their employer’s insurance to increased risk of head injury. For example, touch football is safer than tackle football, 5) when bicy-

scholarship

of people will link the word epilepsy with differ-

to find a job

lights

much of

tions can be

However,

Epilepsy Waterloo-Wellington

she said, adding that any kind of flickering light can be a problem.

Dyck

buddy who experienced swimmer, a

lights

trigger seizures for people,”

Some

pare.

may

this doesn’t

ties

swim with

good coping make sure friends

disconnected

feel

safety gear,

a

understand the disorder because a person with epilepsy needs a strong support system.

Many

priate

3) always

may to

and

girlfriends

spouses.

ble.

people about the disor-

wear the appro-

said that they are also starting one

must be avoided as much as possiAnother way

1)

such as helmets, flotation devices, elbow and kneepads, 2) stay cool when exer-

However, bars with strobe should be avoided. “Strobe

ier is to tell

activities are:

go up. According

Dyck

said.

put into closets.

For decades now, there have been medications available to treat

no one can see the symptoms. Some brand names of medications that are seizures so that

epilepsy

to Epilepsy Canada’s www.epilepsy.ca, people with epilepsy work somewhat more

available

conscientiously

pharmacy.co.uk, an online phar-

Web

site

than

others,

to

prove themselves; they tend to work more carefully and have fewer accidents and they tend to have more loyalty to their employers,

missing fewer days of work.”

are

Dilantin,

Tegretol,

Topomax and Epival. According to www.inhouse-

Lamitcal,

macy Web

site, “They (the medimprove seizure control and thereby enhance the quality of

ications)

for the majority of people with epilepsy.” life


Health 3

10,

2003

— Page 15

Volunteer opportunities available with CNIB SARAH McGOLDRICK

By

and events. The cus campaign

This year, the Canadian National Institute for the

Blind (CNIB) turns

85 and the service

was founded

it

it

1918

in

when

provided is

in

still

blind, visual-

and

deaf-blind

impaired

ly

Canadians turn year

This

each

assistance

rehabilitation

mobility,

includes

CNIB

to the

help.

for

latest was the crowhich sold more

than 8,000 flower pots locally.

The CNIB

gets

its

greatest sup-

son

who

provides assistance with

held where a volunteer

recreation.

with a

Jordan said there

is a

demand

for

volunteers to assist the current 350

volunteers in

people

campaigns and the community.

teers services

unteers

can

impaired

in a

just a

Boh Jordan help

the

said vol-

visually

number of ways

for

few hours each month.

“Volunteers

can

help

in the

Waterloo- Wellington

area that use the service.

The process

to

become

a volun-

and an

teer requires an interview

application

requiring

two

refer-

ences and a police check. with

Once

accepted, orientation

and

and technical aids. The number of Canadians using the service is

fundraising, the client support pro-

training begins with a three-hour

gram which

evening session where volunteers

expected to double by 2015

PR

baby-boomers gel

By

the age of 65, one in nine of

By

numbers climb

the age of 80, the

to

The

located

district

in

Waterloo supports the WaterlooWellington area with a variety of services available.

“We

counselling and enhancement, rehateaching, orientation and

provide

referral, sight bilitation,

mobility training,” said client serv-

Norm

ices co-ordinator

CNIB

Benest.

services, each

Along with these year the

participates

number of fundraising

in

a

activities

"They say as you get older

you become your

"I

hope

it's

My

God

to

not

true.''

is dying from Huntington an inherited brain disorder slowly chipping away at her

mother

I

disease.

I

that is

It’s

mind., her body, her soul.

I

It

may

take TO, 15 - even 25

-

years

before it finally kills her.. And even then, the disease may not go to the grave with her.

I

I

You see, once you develop Huntington disease, there's a 50 percent chance you will pass the gene

1

I

responsible for Huntington's along to

your children. And

if

they develop

the disease, then their children (ace

those same

I

fifty-fifty

odds.

Just like my mother, wanted to give done (the gift of life. What have 1

1

instead?

|

But there is hope. Recent research breakthroughs have brought us closer than ever to finding a cure. |

With your support, we

will beat this

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offers one-on-one pro-

grams where a visually impaired is

learn about the

CNIB

and

its

serv-

ices.

Volunteers take on the role of a

Jordan said.

person

in four.

office

the visiting program,

such as on the board of directors,”

older.

us will experience vision loss.

one

as

is

paired with a sighted per-

After the sessions, a meeting

things like shopping, banking and

port through these

Former co-ordinator of volun-

demand today. More than 100,000

high

I

SPOKE, March

visually impaired person wearing a

blindfold

while a second person

guides them around.

CNIB

is

is

paired

client to see if there

is

more,” he said.

Opportunities are available to

work with children

a potential partnership.

“Sometimes you can

there are lots of matches that are

find out that

adults. In the

summer

as

well

as

there are a

the personalities don’t gel or they

number of day camps where

do well and prosper and grow,”

are taken to Sportsworld or other

said

kids

day-trips and university-aged and

Jordan.

He added sometimes

clients

have

high school students assist the chil-

preferences such as wanting a male

dren.

or female.

While these day-trips count towards the provincial government’s requirement for high school students to complete 40 hours of community service, Jordan says

He

most people using the service are adults and seniors. He added that the volunteer hours vary from pair to pair. However, he said it is preferred said

that there is a connection at least

twice a month

for

a

couple of

hours.

“There can be more hours and

volunteering should be a personal choice.

“People

who want to

unteers should do tic

it

motive,” he said.

serve as vol-

with an altruis-


.

Page 16

— SPOKE, March

10,

Life

2003

Horoscope Week of March 10-16

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SPOKE, March

10,

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2003

Blue Rodeo amuses

and entertains

in

downtown Kitchener By JASON MIDDLETON

Four songs

new sound

Blue Rodeo’s older hits such as Cry, Hasn’t Hit Me Yet, and Girl In Green.

Blue Rodeo returned to the stage for an encore at the end of their Feb. 19 concert at Centre

to

Square, their lead vocalist

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must have wondered why everyone was booing him. Jim Cuddy had changed into a Kitchener Rangers hockey jersey during the break and as he walked

ed the horn section at the concert. Their foursome included an alto

onto the stage he said, “This

stopped working.

in the

team

going to go

that’s

is

the

As

the

all

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Playing to more than 1,800 fans,

night

started

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with

the

many

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standing ovations

several occasions.

While most of the music played

your used

during the night had a rock flare

playing trombone. that the rest of the

Following band joined them on stage and exploded into the song The Days In Between which brought the crowd’s energy up a notch. During the song Five Days in May, Keelor was attempting a guitar solo that sounded like it was dead before it even began. It turned out to be the first highlight of the two-hour concert as

to

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band performed songs span-

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Sports

2003

10,

The Stanley Cup playoffs are coming MARC HULET

By

set

up goal-scoring chances by

It’s that time of year when true red-blooded Canadians begin to

and giving them one more thing to worry about. Hockey goon Chris Neil offers

feel the itch.

And

the only cure

a lot of beer,

is

makes opponents think twice before they rough up Daniel Alfredsson, Marian Hossa and Todd White. Alfredsson has managed to avoid scorers and

firmly placed on the palm of the hand with finger poised over the volume control.

what’s the cause of this itch?

major injury

impending hockey playwhich will soon be here. But who will sip victoriously from the Stanley Cup? There are three teams who stand out above the rest. Ottawa, New lersey and Vancouver have the necessary mix of skill, grit, defence, and solid goaltending to be sucthe

It’s

season (a

rarity

have been crucial

solid leadership to

top forwards in the league.

White’s determination sets an example for his teammates and he is third on the team in scoring with 49

Ottawa, despite their well-docu-

despite

points,

winding

natural

less

talent

on the team,

other players

than

long? They would be wise to rest him down the stretch and give capable backup Corey Schwab some work. Schwab is no slouch himself, with a 1.06

10.

most likely to light up the scoreboard. As mentioned above, the Devils’ emphasis is on defence and there are some solid defencemen on this team. Colin White, Scott Niedermayer and Brian Rafalski are the players

including chronic under-achievers

are

Radek Bonk and Magnus Arvedson. Rookie Jason Spezza has looked good in limited playing time - 10 points in 20 games - and provides

defencemen

atop the Eastern

Conference and they have one of the best regular-season goaltenders in Patrick

Lalime

Some

Lalime.

still

hope for the

has his critics though.

New

say he has yet to show he can

elevate

game come playoff

his

place.

added some necessary toughness that they have lacked

also

recent

in

Wade

years.

Redden, Shaun Van Allen, Shane Hnidy and Zdeno Chara have learned that taking the body and finishing checks can actually help Centre

for

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all

shots,

burst dirty

Brodeur can carry them. The team relies heavily - too heavily at times - on defence and goaltending to win games. Brodeur has played in 58 of the teams’ 65 games, compiling a 2.05 GAA and 34 wins. By having him carry the heaviest workload in the league, the Devils are tempting fate. Brodeur has played a lot of games in net in his career and his age is starting to creep up on him.

But Lalime has been one of the top five goaltenders the last two years and without him, and his 2-09 GAA, Ottawa would not be in first

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Ottawa’s success.

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and defend their leads. For many years the Vancouver Canucks were the laughing stock of the league. But thanks to astute trades, the team is poised to win it all this year.

The main blemish on this steamof a team is a young,

roller

unproven goalie.

Dan Cloutier is one of the brightest young goaltending stars in the NHL, the

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scrappy determination and toughness is more than most teams can handle, when paired with the talents of Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi, and Brendan Morrison. These three players can give even the most talented and proven goaltenders nightmares.

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