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Stittsville band making a move JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF

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Members of the Stittsville-based modern day classic rock band Degenerate Highway are, from left to right, Adam Purchase, bass guitar; Chris Fournier, lead guitar; Kirk Morrison, vocals; Zack Bryan, rhythm guitar; and Chris Labelle, drums.

World medals for Bren Hunter SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Stittsville’s Bren Hunter has medaled on the world stage. The 12 year old, a member of Kanata’s Canadian Sport Martial Arts Academy, has returned from the World Karate Association World Karate & Kickboxing Association 2010 World Championships in Scotland with three bronze medals.

He won one in the Boys Under 13 Musical Weapons and also one in the Boys Under 13 Creative Weapons. Bren also teamed up with Maximillian Kelland of the Gatineau Club to capture a bronze medal, competing up a level in the Junior Division Ages 13-17 for Freestyle Team Forms. WORLD MEDALS, SEE 2

A first-ever gig in Toronto. An inaugural CD. A win in a battle of the bands competition. The Stittsville-based rock band Degenerate Highway is moving down the road to success in the music industry. And with the use of internet tools like You Tube, My Space, Facebook and iTunes, the five member band is hoping to make an impact and who knows, follow in Justin Bieber’s footsteps and attain a measure of his viral success story. So it’s exciting times these days for Degenerate Highway. This Saturday, Nov. 13, the band kicks off a mini tour promoting its new CD when it will headline at the El Mocambo in Toronto. Talk about a famous lauching pad. El Mocambo has seen such performers as the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Tragically Hip, Aerosmith, Stevie Ray Vaughan and others. This Toronto gig came about as a result of the band’s recent win in the Band On The Run competi-

tion sponsored by Supernova, an internet based firm that promotes emerging bands by producing live “Battle of the Bands” concerts to showcase new music and talent. Following the Saturday performance in Toronto, Degenerate Highway will be returning to Ottawa to play at Mavericks this Sunday, Nov. 14. The band is tentatively signed to appear at the Buzz Bar in Ottawa on Nov. 17 and 18 and there are plans for upcoming appearances not only in Ottawa but in Montreal and Toronto as well. While now starting to draw attention from music industry promoters and record labels, Degenerate Highway is not a flash in the pan. Indeed, three of the band members – lead guitar Chris Fournier, drummer Chris Labelle and rhythm guitarist Zack Bryan – have been making music together since their days in grade seven at Stittsville’s A. Lorne Cassidy Elementary School. Now all 17, they are grade 12 students at South Carleton High School in Richmond. BAND, SEE 3

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Bren also competed for Team Canada in the Boys Traditional Weapons and Pointing Fighting in the Minus 40 Category. He defeated a United States competitor in his first match before bowing out to a British competitor. These World Championships in Edinburgh, Scotland, running from Oct. 23 to Oct. 30, saw 1600 athletes compete, representing over 40 nations. Team Canada, of which Bren was a member, had 120 members and placed second overall in the tournament with just over 200 medals in total. Germany, with a team of 350 competitors, finished first overall.

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one day book sale on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at “A Good Read” that will see all books being sold at half price. Yes, that’s right – for 50 cents and one dollar each. Every book on display at “A Good Read” will be on sale at these reduced prices. Where else could you ever get such a deal? And, what is even better, all proceeds from this sale, as is the case

with all funds generated by “A Good Read” book store, will end up going back into providing more resources for the Stittsville library. So, make sure that you drop in to the Stittsville library on Saturday, Nov. 20 and browse through the offerings at this book sale at “A Good Read.” There should be something there that will appeal to you and your reading interests and the price sure is right.

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Florida where Chris Fournier and his father, Richard Fournier, while on the road, saw the term “Degenerate” on the back of a jacket. This inspired them to play around with the term and eventually the name “Degenerate Highway” evolved. “Degenerate Highway kind of clicked and it went from there,” recalls Richard Fournier. “It just sounded right.” The band practices every Friday and Sunday, for three to five hours at a time. Much of the time is spend working on the band’s existing music repertoire which is listed on a chalk board in the basement practice space. This allows the band to be polished and up to date on all of its musical offerings. In addition, a practice session may involve introducing a new song to the repertoire. Kirk Morrison and Zack Bryan are usually the ones who come up with the lyrics for these new songs. The band’s music repertoire ranges from slow to fast tunes and they are usually interspersed in any performance. The band finds that the change in tempo helps the audience distinguish between the songs so that its performances are more memorable. And while the band is producing a CD, it still relishes live performance. “There’s no better feeling than playing live,” says Chris Fournier, a sentiment that vocalist Kirk Morrison echoes, going so far as to say that even if the audience booed the band in a live performance, it would still be a fun experience. The band remains confident that a growing popularity and internet presence, along with the new CD and more performances, will let them see success in the music industry. “Keep your eye on us,” says vocalist Kirk Morrison. “We’re going places.”

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Bass guitarist Adam Purchase, 18, a fellow SCHS grade 12 student and a Goulbourn Middle School graduate, joined the group last year while vocalist Kirk Morrison joined by responding to an online ad by the band. Kirk, a St. Pius X High School graduate and Stittsville resident, is the “old man” of the band at 20. Degenerate Highway have entertained at various Ottawa area venues such as Mavericks, the Capital Music Hall, Cajun Attic and BaseLine Station. The band has also performed at Stittsville’s own Villagefest celebrations. The band has attracted some record label interest such as from H&H Productions of New York, a longtime promoter and record producers, and from Gorilla Productions, a concert production company which also has a development label Rock X Records to help launch artists But while appreciative of this music industry interest,

Degenerate Highway plans to continue promoting itself and is launching its new CD, entitled “Girls, Cars, Guitars,” under their own label Degindie Records. And the band will continue to focus on its internet presence. This is definitely the way to go nowadays, says vocalist Kirk Morrison, noting that it is a really effective way to reach the band’s own youthful generation. But he also adds that the band does not care if its fans are aged 15 or 60 as long as someone likes their music. The band describes its music as hard rock with a classic twist with all of the songs on the new CD featuring the band’s own compositions. Part of the reason for getting out the CD is to attract more attention both from the public and from the record industry. A CD is essential for promotion as the first thing that industry insiders and promoters want is to hear the band’s music on CD. The band’s name Degenerate Highway came about as a result of a family trip to

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Helping SVA is really helping the community The upcoming Christmas Parade of Lights. Winterfest. Art and Authors in the Park. Canada Day celebrations. Villagefest. These events all help make Stittsville a more interesting and better place in which to live. They all help community flourish. These are all events planned and organized by the Stittsville Village Association (SVA). In addition, the SVA serves as the community’s watchdog, keeping abreast of the latest planning initiatives of the city of Ottawa and examining every development proposal for the Stittsville area. In this day and age when people are so busy and perhaps do not follow municipal matters and community development proposals as closely as perhaps they should, it is nice to know that the SVA is there, constantly monitoring things and ready to step up and voice community concerns about any and all development proposals and planning matters.

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The SVA is also getting more and more involved with and supportive of youth activities in the community, certainly a most positive and welcome development. But nothing the SVA does just happens. It requires effort and commitment by volunteers who are involved with the SVA, either serving on the Board of Directors or just helping one with one event or activity or the other. Indeed, the SVA is a prime example of community involvement and volunteerism. It is only because of the efforts of volunteers, fellow members of this community, that the SVA functions and provides everyone not only with the host of community events throughout the year but also with a respected voice that is listened to in municipal decision making circles. So, what about becoming involved with the SVA? What about sitting on its executive or volunteering to help out with one of its events or activities? Such a commitment will en-

sure that the SVA will be able to continue to do its work in the community of Stittsville in the coming years. And even if you feel that you cannot become involved due to other commitments, what about just attending the upcoming annual general meeting on Thursday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Goulbourn Town Hall on Huntley Road at Stanley’s Corners just south of Stittsville. Such a show of support would certainly encourage the SVA’s hard working volunteers to remain involved and committed. It would be a way of thanking all those who are involved with the SVA for their efforts on behalf of the community. Attending the annual general meeting is also a good way to get an overview of what the SVA does in the community. It would be a great way to spend a couple of hours of your time and in showing support for the SVA would be a way of ensuring the continuance of a strong and vibrant community environment in Stittsville.

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ArtSpace wall has Remembrance focus

JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF The ArtSpace wall at the Stittsville branch of the Ottawa Public Library has a Remembrance focus for the month of November. The Goulbourn Museum has supplied a three-part exhibit, much of which brings the human aspect and ultimate tragedy of war home to the viewer. This is done through the words of Pte. Sefton Stewart of Richmond in the letters which he sent home to his family in Richmond from 1916 through to 1918 in the First World War. He had joined the war effort when he was 17, serving with the 77th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. One part of the exhibit features a binder featuring some of the letters and appropriate photographs. Most of the letters are in Sefton’s own handwriting, adding to their poignancy. On the wall itself are three large display boards entitled “Letters from the Front” which show a selection of Pte. Stewart’s wartime correspondence. Pte. Sefton Stewart was killed in action in the Battle of Amiens on Aug. 8, 1918. He was 20 years old. In the ArtSpace display cabinet for this exhibit are an RCAF overcoat from World War Two, the lining of a German flying jacket, also from World War Two, and a German bayonet. Everyone is invited to stop by the Stittsville library branch and view this exhibit which offers a different and very personal view of the First World War thanks to the letters of Pte. Sefton Stewart of Richmond. The ArtSpace area in the Stittsville library is located in the right rear corner of the building.

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Tuesday Night Advent Study SPECIAL TO THE NEWS The story of the birth of Christ has enchanted, enthralled and awed generations over the centuries. It is the culmination of the ecclesiastical season of Advent and now a Tuesday Night Advent Study about “The First Christmas” is being held thanks to St. John the Baptist Anglican Church in Richmond. “The First Christmas” will be explained by Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan and it will be fascinating. Hear how more than 100

years of professional research into the only two scriptural stories of the birth of Christ can yield an explanation of why they are so different but are both still moving and heart wearming. This four week Advent study will be led by Ray Wells and will run from Tuesday, Nov. 23 through to Tuesday, Dec. 14, beginning at 7 p.m. For more information or to indicate an interest in attending, please call Ray Wells at 613627-1032.

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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Christmas takes over the parish hall at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Stittsville on Saturday, Nov. 27 for the first ever Christmas Bazaar and Tea Room put on by the Catholic Women’s League (CWL). The parish hall will have a festive look for the event as the bazaar will feature handmade crafts and delicious baking done by the CWL ladies for sale. The Tea Room will serve scones, freshly baked that very morning, and sandwiches, along with homemade Christmas desserts and coffee, tea and juice. There will also be a silent auction with some great bargains as well as a fish pond for children and some locally made jewellery for sale. Christmas puddings prepared by the CWL ladies will also be for sale. All proceeds from this Christmas Bazaar and Tea Room will go to the Stittsville Food Bank and to the Youville Centre in Ottawa. The Youville Centre supports young mothers and provides them with an accredited high school education, providing a brighter future for themselves and their children. The Christmas Bazaar and Tea Room will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 27, with everyone welcome to attend. Publisher’s Liability: The advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for any damages whatsoever arising from errors in advertisements beyond actual amount paid for space used by the part of the advertisement containing the error. The publisher shall not be liable for non-insertion of any advertisement. the publisher will not knowingly publish any advertisement which is illegal, misleading or offensive. The contents of this newspaper are protected by copyright and may be used only for your personal non-commercial purposes. All other rights are reserved and commercial use is prohibited. Permission to republish any material must be sought from the relevant copyright owner.


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Guitar is instrument of choice at coffee house JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF The guitar has always been the musical instrument of choice in coffee house settings over the years. And it was no different at the coffee house held at South Carleton High School in Richmond on Thursday, Nov. 4. Virtually all of the performances included a guitar in the mix, even the teacher duo of Ms. J. Britton and Mr. J. McIntyre with Mr. McIntyre playing the guitar for the vocalist Ms. Britton as she sang “Hockey Skates.� A former South Carleton student, Ms. Britton recalls singing at the school as a student and now she is a teacher on staff, still singing. Mr. McIntyre was back later in the program, playing the guitar as student Emily Imbesi sang “We Are Broken.� And he remained on stage to provide the guitar accompaniment for the two song performance of the school’s new Glee Club, a vocal group directed by Ms. Britton. The only exception to the presence of a guitar on stage was when Jenna Khawas performed, first with Alex Fleck and then with Robyn Dick. Jenna played her keyboard while singing along, first with “The Snow� with Alex and following that up with “Poker Face� with Robyn. While the guitar was present for all other performances, other instruments were used such as drums and even a ukulele-type instrument which appeared when the trio of Matt McGuire, Tim Berg and Matt Reid performed their self-written alternative rock selection “Hera.� And while the guitar was present for most of the 29 songs performed during the two and a half hour coffee house, the music was far from all the same. It ranged from the

western standard “Cowboy Take Me Away� to the Glee Club’s uplifting rendition of “Daylight� to Elaine Rose’s solo effort of “Magic� to the energetic presentation of “Kids� by the multi-member group “The Crowd� to the Beatles standard “Nowhere Man� sang by the group Raised by Wolves. The audience, numbering somewhere around 250, which was sitting around tables in the darkened Glenn Ward Cafetorium at the school, burst out in rhythmic clapping for several of the musical presentations in the second half of the program. All of the performers received enthusiastic applause. It was a rainy night outside but inside the cafetorium, the warmth of friendly chatter, both before the coffee house show began and at intermission, prevailed. These coffee houses have become a tradition at South Carleton as this year marks the seventh year that these musical presentations in a coffee house format have been offered. As Mr. McIntyre explained in his opening remarks at this coffee house, these coffee houses are held to provide a venue in which students can present music that would not otherwise be part of the school program. South Carleton offers a music program including a band but these coffee houses allow for the performance of the popular music which students listen to and enjoy in their personal lives. The coffee houses also benefit the school in that the funds raised through the admission charges have allowed the school to upgrade its performance space with better speakers and other equipment. The funds also provide for scholarships which are available to South Carleton students who want to go on to post-secondary studies

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SVA looking for executive recruits JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF The Stittsville Village Association (SVA) is on the lookout for new members to join its executive. SVA president Metin Akgun has issued an invitation for Stittsville residents to consider joining the SVA executive or to at least attend the SVA’s upcoming annual general meeting. He believes that involvement of new members on the executive will strengthen the SVA even more and will result in fresh ideas and directions for the group’s activities. The annual general meeting is coming up on Thursday, Nov. 18 starting at 7 p.m. at the Goulbourn Town Hall on Huntley Road at

Stanley’s Corners just south of Stittsville. At this AGM, half of the SVA’s executive positions will be up for election for a two year term. It is these positions for which the SVA is seeking some new recruits. The SVA organizes a number of community events and activities throughout the year such as the Canada Day celebrations, Villagefest each fall, the Christmas Parade of Lights, Winterfest in February and an Art and Authors in the Park event. Through these events, the SVA hopes to provide an opportunity for newcomers in the community to become involved while also to help foster and maintain the community spirit that abounds in the community. Additional activities could be planned

given more volunteer help and more leadership by SVA executive members. The community’s growing business community can be a source of financial support for such endeavours. In addition to these community events and activities, the SVA serves as the voice of the community in dealing with government organizations on matters concerning Stittsville. This is particularly the case with regards to providing the community’s viewpoint on various development proposals and whether such proposals conform to the wishes of Stittsville residents. Over the years, the SVA has built up significant rapport and credibility with the city of Ottawa’s planning

department so that the SVA input on development proposals is fully considered by city planners. The SVA maintains a website to provide information about its activities to Stittsville and area residents. It can be found at www. stittsvilleva.com. The involvement of new members on the SVA executive will ensure that SVA activities continue to meet the needs of Stittsville residents and that the SVA will continue to play a vital and influential role in meeting the challenges which come from being a fast growing community. Anyone who would like to discuss more details of the SVA’s work and activities in the community and would like to delve further into the details of a commitment to sit on the SVA executive should contact SVA president Metin Akgun at 613-836-5350 or via email at aysemetin@rogers.com.. 401558

City of Ottawa Councillor Reports By Shad Qadri, Councillor Ward Six Stittsville City of Ottawa Hydro outage update On November 1st, over 2,600 homes were affected by the latest Hydro Ottawa power outage. Representatives from Hydro Ottawa contacted my office with an update on the cause of the disruption. The outage on November 1st occurred when a construction crew, not working for Hydro Ottawa, accidentally hit the overhead power line and disconnected it. A similar incident with the same company took place two weeks ago and there have been discussions with the construction company about more stringent precautions to help ensure that this does not happen again. Hydro Ottawa has also taken the extraordinary measure to flag this location as well. As part of the restoration process the circuit was tried four times, which would cause for blinking lights before the power was permanently restored. Although this latest outage was beyond their control, Hydro Ottawa is and continues to actively take steps to enhance reliability in your area. For example, new technologies have been installed to better control and monitor power distribution in Stittsville. Much of the older equipment has been replaced and there is more back-up supply to the entire Stittsville area. Additional improvements to the system in Stittsville will be underway in 2011 and 2012. By 2013, a new transformer station will be in operation to serve Ottawa West, including Stittsville. This work continues to considerably enhance the reliability in Stittsville. Hydro Ottawa staff is advising that if you experience a power outage in the future, to please call the power outage line at 613738-0188 to report the outage or to obtain information/updates on the outages that may be underway. Their website also provides “outage reports”, which are updated

Thank you for your support daily so you can find out why an outage occurred the next day. As a company that delivers an important service to the public, nothing is more critical to Hydro Ottawa’s success than providing reliable service and investing for the future. Please rest assured that they are committed to meeting these vital objectives to benefit customers in Stittsville. I certainly share your frustrations and concerns and I appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to work towards a permanent solution. Winter Parking Winter is fast approaching and with this snowy season comes parking regulations for our city. Overnight on-street parking regulations come into effect on Nov. 15 and will be in place until April 1. In the event of a snowfall, please ensure that you keep your vehicle off the street during all snowfalls over 7 centimetres. Please keep in mind that snow removal may take place even when snow is not in the forecast. In this case, a temporary no parking sign will be placed in the area and residents are asked to please keep their vehicles off the streets. Please note that parking is permitted on city streets between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. when less than 7 cm of snow is in the forecast. 2010 flu vaccine clinics The flu vaccine is safe, free and the most effective way to protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu. Getting the flu shot is an easy way to avoid missing school or work, or passing on the flu to those around you. Ottawa Public Health also reminds Ottawa residents of these key steps to avoid the flu: • Wash your hands with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer • Cover your coughs and sneezes with your arm, not your hand • Stay at home if you are sick

This year’s Canadian flu vaccine will cover three strains: the 2009 H1N1 strain, a new influenza A known as H3N2 and an influenza B component, which was included in last year’s vaccine. Ottawa Public Health (OPH) has received its first shipment of vaccine from the province and distribution to local doctors participating in the program has begun. Most residents can receive the vaccine from their family doctor, health care practitioner or at a workplace immunization clinic. Ottawa residents will also be able to get the flu shot at public clinics in neighbourhoods. In Stittsville, residents are able to receive the flu vaccine on November 24 at Sacred Heart High School, located at 5870 Abbott Street between the hours of 3:30 pm and 8:30 pm. If you are unable to attend, the following link lists other areas in the City where flu clinics are being held: http:// www.ottawa.ca/residents/health/immunization/clinics/flu_en.html Call the Ottawa Public Health Information Line at 613-580-6744 (TTY: 613-5809656) for more information. You can also connect with OPH on Facebook and Twitter (@ottawahealth) for the latest public health information. City seeks volunteers The City of Ottawa is seeking volunteers to sit on its Police, Library, and Health Boards as well as the Committee of Adjustment for the term ending November 30, 2014. While the qualifications for each Board/ Committee are different and can be found at ottawa.ca/residents/volunteerservices/ volunteer_ottawa_en.html, prospective members must be residents of the City of Ottawa and at least 18 years of age or older. Time commitments vary by Board or Committee but potential volunteers should be prepared to attend monthly meetings at a minimum, as well as be willing to serve on sub-committees estab-

lished by the Boards and the Committee of Adjustment. Residents interested in sitting on one of the Boards or on the Committee of Adjustment are invited to attend an Open House and Information Session on Monday, November 15 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Ben Franklin Place, Atrium, 101 Centrepointe Drive (Police and Health Boards and Committee of Adjustment only) or Thursday, November 18 from 6:30 to 8:30 at City Hall (Library Board only). Representatives will be on hand to answer questions and provide information regarding the role of volunteers and the mandate and responsibilities of the Boards or the Committee of Adjustment. Those interested in applying for one of the volunteer positions can do so online at ottawa.ca/residents/volunteerservices/volunteer_ottawa_en.html; by email at committees@ottawa.ca; by fax at 613-580-9609 (Attention: Diane Blais) or by mail to City Clerk and Solicitor Dept., Attention: Diane Blais, 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1. Applications must be received no later than 4 p.m. on Friday, November 26, 2010. For more information about this application process, please contact Diane Blais at 613-580-2424, ext. 28091 (TTY: 613-5802401) or diane.blais@ottawa.ca Always listening and acting on your concerns As your Councillor, I always welcome your keen input and ideas on how we can improve Stittsville. Please contact our office anytime by phone at 613-580-2476 or by e-mail at Shad.Qadri@ottawa.ca. My ward office is located in the Goulbourn Recreation Complex, located at 1500 Shea Road. The hours of operation for the summer are Mondays 9-2pm, Wednesdays 38pm, Fridays 9-5pm, and Saturdays 9-1pm. Please do not hesitate to pay us a visit.


Saturday, Dec. 4 will be a busy Christmas-time day in Richmond, not only because of the Santa Claus parade but also because the annual Lighting of the Park ceremony will be taking place at 6 p.m. at Memorial Park in the heart of Richmond. This is the occasion when the Christmas lights at Memorial Park are turned on for the first time this year, officially launching the Christmas season in Richmond. The Lighting of the Park ceremony will also see the unveiling of the “My Winter Wonderland” banners for this year. These 25 banners, which will be erected along McBean Street for the winter, will be created by youngsters aged 3 to 13. The design contest began on Nov. 1 and runs until Nov. 12, with 25 of them to be chosen to be painted on 2 ½ by six foot banners that will be hung along the street. Previously some of the banners have been hunt along Perth Street as well as McBean Street but this year the banners will be restricted to McBean Street because of the weather conditions on Perth Street. FUTURE SHOP - CORRECTION NOTICE

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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus! Well, maybe not right this week but the jolly gentleman will soon be the number one attraction in the area. The annual Santa Claus Parade in Richmond will be happening on Saturday, Dec. 4 this year, starting at 11 a.m. at South Carleton High School and travelling along McBean and Perth Streets to finish at the Richmond Plaza. At the plaza, there will be “Santa’s Café” where free hot chocolate and a chili lunch will be served. There will also be an opportunity for youngsters to visit with Santa. The Richmond Village Association, sponsor of the parade, is now seeking entries in the parade. All businesses, organizations, schools, community groups and even individuals are urged to participate in the parade. The city of Ottawa float has already been booked for the parade. For more information on the parade or on how to register a float in the parade, please contact Leslie Abraham at leslie@ smartsurf.ca or by calling 613282-1141. There will be two major awards presented for entries in the Santa Claus Parade this year. There will be the “Bright Bulb Award” for the float that is the most innovative, interesting, fun and inspirational while the “AHH Award” will go to the entry that sees lights, colour, glitz and sound come together to generate an “ooh and ahh” reaction. As with all of Richmond’s Santa Claus parades, the tradition of collecting items for the Richmond Food Bank along the parade route to support local families that need a little help during the Christmas season and throughout the year will continue this year. A canned food item or more would be much appreciated. In addition, new, unwrapped toys will be collected along the parade route as well, with the toys going in support of Toy Mountain.

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The therapy involves harvesting “regenerative cells”, sometimes called adult stem cells, from the blood of patients a few days after their heart attack. Then, growing the cells in a lab, where they would be given genes that make them more powerful. Finally, cells would be injected back into the patient’s heart in order to get rid of scar tissue and regenerate healthy new tissue. Dr. Stewart’s clinical trial begins later in 2011. It will be the first in the world to test a combined cell and gene therapy in people with heart disease. It will include 100 patients in Ottawa and two other Canadian cities. To find out more, please visit www.ohri.ca/ centres/StemCellResearch/default.asp Nicolas Ruszkowski is VP, Communications and Outreach at The Ottawa Hospital. Each week, he will share behind-the-scenes insight from the hospital. E-mail him your questions or comments at nruszkowski@toh.on.ca

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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF They limit the flow of runoff into the storm sewer system. They are called inlet flow devices. And they are going to play a major role in improving Stittsville’s storm water drainage system to prevent any future flooding of homes such as that which occurred on July 24, 2009. The inlet flow device is installed to restrict the flow of runoff into a catchbasin and thus into the piped storm sewer system. This will keep more runoff water on the surface but city of Ottawa staff assessing the situation have determined that the amount of runoff water on streets in Stittsville can be increased without any adverse impact to homes. With less water getting into the storm sewer system, there will be less danger of flooded basements resulting from an overcharged storm sewer system. Streets can convey much more flow than a piped underground system, so keeping some flow on streets can prevent the overtaxing of the piped storm sewer system. Inlet flow devices are, though, not the total solution to prevent future home flooding in Stittsville. While they are widely proposed for areas such as West Ridge, Crossing Bridge, Timbermere, Echo Woods, Amberwood Village and Granite Ridge, there are some other initiatives being proposed by the city as well. The area around Birdstone Avenue and Hobin Street is going to require some overland flow modifications such as ditching improvements, surface regarding and new piping. These modifications will be designed this winter and will be undertaken next summer if funds are allocated in the city’s 2011 budget. The city has discovered a hydraulic restriction in the storm sewer system in the Bell Street area which limits the flow to downstream areas. The city will be modifying the system to send more flow to a storm water pond and to retain more runoff on the surface. The storm water pond at the Cypress Gardens Park is to be modified as well and the city will be investigating if Bell Park in the south

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Shuffleboard, donation, darts BARB VANT’SLOT SPECIAL TO THE NEWS The Stittsville Legion would like to thank Matthew Covey who donated a shutffleboard for use at the Legion Hall. Legion president Ron Currie has presented Mike Callaghan from the Stittsville Minor Hockey Association and John Weir from the Kanata Rangers with a sponsorship donation cheque from the Stittsville Legion. The darts season is now well underway with everything going well. All of the teams are filled up but spares are welcome. Just show up at the Legion Hall on Fridays at 7:45 p.m. Last week Ralph Miller won $25 for hitting the “Bull.” Christie Carlyle won

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Remembrance banquet at Stittsville Legion Hall

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Flanking the Remembrance Day wall display in the main foyer at Holy Spirit Catholic School in Stittsville are students, on the left, from left to right, Danielle Theoret, Chloe Doherty and Caitlyn Doiron, and, on the right, from left to right, Brent Goodwin, Michael Rowan and Mat Eardley.

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Telling about Afghanistan JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF The Richmond Legion now has a unique reminder of Canada’s military involvement in Afghanistan thanks to the guest speaker at its Remembrance dinner last Saturday, Nov. 6. Retired Chief Warrant Officer Mike Hayes, who served as a reservist in Afghanistan from Sept. 2008 to March 2009, helping to train the Afghan army, presented the Richmond Legion with a framed reminder of Canada’s presence in Afghanistan, comprised of a folded Canadian flag and a photograph of the monument to fallen Canadian soldiers there which is located on the Kandahar base. What makes this particularly unique is that the flag is one of three that flew over the monument sometime between Dec. 19 and Dec. 25, 2008. Mr. Hayes framed all three flags in a similar way, giving one to the Tweed Legion, one to his home regiment and now one to the Richmond Legion. Chief Warrant Officer Hayes first joined the Canadian Forces in Sept. 1981 and served in 22 different countries around the world in his 34 year military career,

including time in Afghanistan. He had retired in 2003 but remained as a reservist which he was when he went to Afghanistan in 2008. He has ties with the Richmond Legion as he helped the branch with its Remembrance Day ceremony for several years from 2003 onwards. In his presentation at the Remembrance dinner, he told of some of his experiences and observations in Afghanistan. He said that the Afghan army’s biggest change is the lack of education of its members. He cited a case in which one third of the members of a battalion indicated that they could not even read a number on a building. Mr. Hayes admitted that the Afghan soldiers are keen and smart but have a low level of education. While the Afghan army is being trained by Canadians like Chief Warrant Officer Hayes, it is also fighting a war. There were times when the training would be interrupted as the army had to go off to fight the Taliban. He told the 75 at the Remembrance dinner at the Richmond Legion Hall that the Kandahar base is like a small city, with thousands of people there from many nations around the world. He noted that Tim

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Retired Chief Warrant Officer Mike Hayes, left, who was the guest speaker at the annual Remembrance dinner at the Richmond branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, presents a framed memento containing a photo of the memorial monument at the Kandahar base in Afghanistan as well as a Canadian flag which had flown over the monument to the Richmond Legion, with the presentation behind accepted on behalf of the Richmond Legion by branch president Brian Goss, centre, and Legion member Jim Becking, right.

Hortons is also there. “That’s very much a staple for Canadians,” he said, noting that the Afghans went wild when they first saw Tim Hortons donuts because they had never seen donuts before. He told how technology in the medical field has advanced so that many seriously wounded who would have died a number of years ago now survive. He told about a church that the Canadian soldiers attended that had a rifle rack at the back. He also told about a Christmas Eve where Canadian soldiers distributed items to Afghans who had virtually nothing themselves. Chief Warrant Officer Hayes told about areas around Kandahar where shops such as a cell phone dealer, a barber and a bank were located in buildings with mud or cardboard walls. He told how an Afghan brigade was deployed for the first time after Christmas, 2008 but since the Afghans still cook and heat with firewood, tractor trailer loads of firewood had to be moved through the war zone with the troops. He said that in his view, the Afghan army is making progress in its training and capability but education still remains a challenge as well as rebuilding the infrastructure in a country that has experienced 32 years of war. He told how he was involved in a Canadian effort to improve the area around a school, making a soccer field and a children’s playground and putting up a fence. This all helped enable girls to start attending the school. Having girls attend school in Afghanistan is unusual. Mr. Hayes’ interpreter, for instance, had never seen girls in a school before girls started attending this school helped by the Canadians. At the Remembrance dinner, the Richmond Legion recognized all those in attendance who have served in the armed forces including World War Two veterans, Korean War veterans, peacekeeping and NATO veterans, and past and current armed forces personnel. Those at the head table for the dinner included Chief Warrant Officer Mike Hayes, the guest speaker, and his wife Maureen; Richmond Legion president Brian Goss; and Jim Becking of the Richmond Legion, who introduced the guest speaker.

SPECIAL TO THE NEWS While those who had died or fought in previous wars were a focus of the annual Remembrance banquet at the Stittsville branch of the Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday evening, Nov. 7, thoughts also turned to those in today’s Canadian Armed Forces who are serving in Afghanistan and are helping to preserve Canada’s freedom, just like those who served in previous wars. These thoughts were contained not only in the remarks of banquet MC Clive Morris but also in the presence of an Afghanistan veteran who was the guest speaker. In his remarks, Mr. Morris noted that the banquet was being held to honour and pay tribute to all those who have served in the Canadian or Allied Forces and whose efforts allow Canada to enjoy the freedom that it does today. “Today we must also include all of our forces serving in and around Afghanistan who are helping to preserve that same freedom,” Mr. Morris said. Guest speaker Warrant Officer Frank Perry, as a member of the military police, was deployed to Kandahar in Afghanistan in early 2006 and then later that same year, he assumed charge of the security detail at the Canadian embassy in Kabul where he organized the first Remembrance Day service held there. From the summer of 2007 to this past summer, he was the security advisor at the Canadian embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia. He is currently serving with the Canadian Forces Air Marshal Detachment in Ottawa. His military experience, going back to 1986, includes seven years in the infantry with the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry with whom he completed Union nations deployments in Cyprus and Croatia and also service with the United Nations in Haiti in 1996, with NATO in Kosovo in 1999 and in 2002 in the Middle East. During the meal, those at the banquet were entertained by the Stittsville Concert Band which concluded its performance with a number of regimental marches. Jordan McConnell of Stittsville, the grandson of Korean War veteran Ivan Warner of Stittsville, was the bagpiper for the banquet. Those at the head table for the banquet included Stittsville Legion president Ron Currie and his wife Bev, a past president and the current branch secretary; Judy Campbell, a past president and poppy campaign chair; Shirley Pretty, the Ladies’ Auxiliary president; and Joe Cosman, the branch’s first vice-president. Others seated prominently at the banquet included longtime Stittsville Legion officers Alison and Tom Albert along with Alison’s father, Ed Mauger, a former member of the Royal Air Force; Claire and Richard Leger of Stittsville who are the branch’s Silver Cross parents this year; Pat Graham, second vice-president of the branch; public relations officer Barb Vant’Slot and her husband Steve; Corinne Drover, an executive committee member who presents regular karaoke nights at the Legion Hall; Larry Romard, the branch’s sergeant at arms, and his wife Betty; Sharon Lahaise, the branch’s membership chair, and her husband Jeff; Dave Cashman, the branch’s immediate past president and his wife Pat; and Jean Morris, a past president of the Ladies’ Auxiliary.

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Stittsville Legion president Ron Currie, right, presents a gift of appreciation to Warrant Officer Frank Perry, left, who was the guest speaker at the branch’s annual Remembrance banquet last Saturday.


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Sacred Heart High School Huskies receiver Austin Kay cradles the football and turns up the field after grabbing a pass in the Huskies’ quarter final playoff game against the Immaculata High School Saints at the Minto Field at the Nepean Sportsplex on Thursday, Nov. 4.

The red shirted Sacred Heart Huskies met the white shirted Immaculata Saints on the green artificial turf of Minto Field at the Nepean Sportsplex in high school tier two senior football league quarter final playoff action on Thursday, Nov. 4. The two teams had faced each other just the week before in a regular season game, with Immaculata High School winning 23-0. But it was a different story in the playoff game, played in overcast weather with an intermittent drizzle prevailing during much of the first half, a drizzle that turned into a steady rainfall in the second half of the game. The Huskies won this playoff game 14-3 to advance to semi-final action this week. It was the Immaculata Saints which got on the scoreboard first in the Nov. 4 game, kicking a field goal from the Huskies’ 37

yard line early in the first quarter. The Huskies responded with a drive down the field, mainly thanks to the running of Cole Hodge, but an interception ended the drive. The Huskies then struck for pay dirt before the first quarter ended. The drive was ignited by a 60 yard pass and run play from quarterback Ryan Paquette to receiver Austin Kay. A couple of carries by Cole Hodge took the ball to the Saints’ 12 yard line. Then, Huskies’ quarterback Ryan Paquette rolled to his right but found no one open, so he reversed field and, evading the rushing Saints, scrambled to his left and then fired a pass to receiver Bobby Davies in the end zone for a touchdown. The Huskies missed the convert but a Saints’ offside gave them a second chance and this time kicker Cody Scott was good, making the score 7-3 for the Huskies. The second quarter saw the teams go

back and forth, perhaps losing a fumble or taking over the ball on downs. But there was no scoring and the first half ended with the Huskies ahead by a 7-3 score. The third quarter turned out to be scoreless but the Huskies added another seven points in the fourth quarter to win the game 14-3 and advance in the playoffs. The Huskies now go on to meet the St. Joseph High School Jaguars in semi-final playoff action this week. In high school tier one senior football league quarter final playoff action on Thursday, Nov. 4 as well, the South Carleton High School Storm lost 16-6 to the St. Matthew High School squad in a game played at the Orleans school, ending the season for the Storm. The Storm had lost 20-0 to St. Matthew in the regular season meeting between the two teams. HUSKIES, SEE 20

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The Storm had finished the regular season with a record of five losses and one tie in their six games. In high school junior football league playoff action on Friday, Nov. 5, the South Carleton High School Storm lost 20-6 to the St. Mark High School Lions. This ended the season for the Storm. In the regular season, the Storm had lost 25-6 to the St. Mark squad. The SCHS Storm juniors were winless in the regular season, losing all six games.

SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Overtime did not solve anything as the Stittsville Royals and visiting Renfrew Timberwolves battled to a 4-4 draw in Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League action at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex in Stittsville last Sunday afternoon. The Royals had led 3-2 going into the third period but Renfrew came back, scoring the tying goal with just 19 seconds left on the clock. Matt Kadolph and Mitch Kerwin, along with Cody Waite with two, scored in the JOHN CURRY PHOTO game for the Royals. Sacred Heart Huskies quarterback Ryan Paquette, left, is behind his Royals goalie Eric Miksik stopped 27 of offensive line, ready to take a snap in the team’s quarter final playoff the 31 Renfrew shots directed at the Stittsgame against the Immaculata Saints at the Minto Field at the Nepean ville net. Sportsplex on Thursday, Nov. 4. The Royals entered this Sunday game com-

ing off a 5-2 loss to the Gatineau Mustangs on Friday night, Nov. 5 in Gatineau. Scott Hall and Scott Barnes scored for the Royals in this game which saw the Royals fall behind by two goals early in the game. The Royals battled back and tied up the game 2-2 with less than five minutes to go in the second period before Gatineau erupted for two goals before the second period ended to take a 4-2 lead into the third period. On Sunday, Oct. 31 at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex in Stittsville, the Royals beat the visiting Almonte Thunder 5-2 on goals by Matt Kadolph, Cody Waite, Deklan Loth, Joel Bush and Steve Genier. The Royals broke open the game in the second period, scoring four unanswered goals after the scoreless first period.

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Linda Reilly, far right, manager of the CIBC branch at the Richmond Plaza, formally presents a giant cheque representing the branch’s $1,000 donation to Ottawa’s United Way Centraide campaign on the branch’s National Client Appreciation Day on Friday, Nov. 5 to United Way representative Diane Pennock as looking on are Richmond CIBC staff members, from left to right, Josh Normand, a customer service representative; Mackenzie Stevens, a customer service representative; Cheryl Gault, a personal banker; Abena Mireku, a personal banker; Roni Taza, a customer service representative; and, behind the cheque presentation, Nancy Davidson, the branch’s financial advisor.

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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Wreaths of remembrance were laid by representatives of all three levels of government at the annual Remembrance ceremony in Munster last Sunday afternoon, Nov. 7. Carleton-Mississippi Mills federal MP Gordon O’Connor, Carleton-Mississippi Mills provincial MPP Norm Sterling and city of Ottawa Rideau-Goulbourn ward councillor Glenn Brooks all placed wreaths in memory of the war dead before the Munster war memorial which is located in the Munster Union Cemetery. It was a sunny late fall afternoon, a circumstance noted by MC Roger Bourgeois, a member of the Richmond branch of the Royal Canadian Legion which organizes the ceremony in association with the Munster Loyal Orange Lodge. “We should be thankful to be blessed with this beautiful Sunday afternoon,” Mr. Bourgeois commented at the end of the half hour ceremony and just before he shared a poem written by a Winnipeg high school student entitled “Imagine” which illustrated the challenge faced by today’s younger generation in carrying on the task of Remembrance without the wartime memories of today’s veterans. In his opening remarks at the ceremony, Mr. Bourgeois noted that the ceremony was

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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Main Street Community Services has done it. The Stittsville-based provider of services to special needs youngsters and their families placed sixth in the large project category ($100,000 to $500,000) in the first round of voting in the Aviva Community Fund national competition. This has vaulted Main Street Community Services and its project called “A Place of Our Own” into the semi-finals of the competition where they will be up against 29 other projects, all vying for a place in the competition finals where a panel of judges will decide the winners and allocate the $1,000,000 in funds up for grabs. The semi-finals will once again be an online voting competition, beginning on Dec. 2. Main Street Community Services received almost 5,000 online votes in the opening round of the competition, placing sixth in the large project category and bypassing upcoming second and third rounds of voting to go directly to the semi-finals. There were over 600 projects proposed in the large project category. “We were pretty surprised,” Shelley Steinburg of Main Street Community Services said on

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Bowes Brothers concert Nov. 27 SPECIAL TO THE NEWS It was the Calgary Stampede in July. Fairs in Lombardy, Merrickville and Cobden in August. And now Richmond. The Bowes Brothers, who have shared the stage with country music notables like Ricky Skaggs, Charlie Major, Paul Brandt, Michelle Wright and Stompin’ Tom Connors, will be presenting a “Country Christmas Concert” at St. Paul’s United Church in Richmond on Saturday, Nov. 27 starting at 7 p.m. This evening of entertainment will see the Bowes Brothers perform their country and gospel music. Four part harmony, a little yodeling from youngest brother Andy and a performance packed with energy and humour are all trademarks of this Carleton Place-based group. Ed is the eldest of the Bowes Brothers, playing the rhythm guitar as well as singing both lead and harmony. He also writes many of the group’s songs, often about their roots and their hometown of Carleton Place. Rod who plays bass guitar and sings lead and bass vocals while John plays fiddle and sings lead vocals. He does a lot of the talking and joking around on stage. Andy plays both acoustic and electric guitar and sings both lead and high harmony. He has mastered the art of yodeling. Clarence, the father of the four brothers, plays lead guitar and has performed in dance bands for over 40 years. The Bowes Brothers have put out several CD’s including the country CD “This Song’s For You” in 2004, a country gospel CD “Sing Me Back Home”, also in 2004, the country CD “First Day of School” in 2006 and “Home For Christmas,” a country CD in 2006 as well. Everyone is welcome to attend the Bowes Brothers evening of entertainment at St. Paul’s United Church in Richmond on Saturday, Nov. 27. Tickets at $10 each can be purchased in advance from Isabel Thompson at 613-838-2031 or via email at ilthompson@sympatico.ca. There will also be tickets available at the door.

At United Church Stittsville United Church is holding a special brunch and post-brunch “conversation” on Sunday, Nov. 14. The brunch will begin at 11:15 a.m. with members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community joining members of the Stittsville United Church congregation for the brunch. Following the brunch, a “conversation” on the theme “Two cultures – One community” will be held in which young people from both of these faith communities will talke about what it means to be a young person of faith in today’s world. Everyone is welcome to attend the brunch and hear the “conversation.” Donations will be accepted for the brunch and to help support the church’s youth ministry.


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JOHN CURRY NEWS STAFF Stittsville’s Youth Connexion program now has a home. Two rooms in the basement of the Pretty Street Community Centre are being turned over to Youth Connexion. After some cleanup, painting and furnishing, the two rooms will become the home base for the youth program. The Stittsville Village Association, which partners with Youth Connexion in events such as the recent Villagefest, is showing its support for this new home for the program by purchasing a Wii for use there and at special events in the community. Up until now, the Youth Connexion program in Stittsville has been borrowing a Wii from a West Carleton group when a Wii has been needed. The SVA will be paying about $300 in total for the Wii. Katrina Harder, the youth representative on the SVA executive, in making the announcement about the new home for the Youth Connexion program at the SVA’s Oct. 14 meeting, expressed the excitement of the youth involved in obtaining their own space. “It’s small and cozy,” she said, while looking forward to the opportunity for the youth to “basically make it our own.” She foresees using one of the rooms as a quieter spot, appropriate for reading and conversation, while the second room would house the Wii, a microwave and couches. She expects that the new Youth Connexion home should be up and running by the end of the year. The plan is to have two organized activities there per month as well as having an after-school program. Initial thinking is that there will be different programming for different age groups on different nights, such as one night for those in grades five and six, one for those in grades seven and eight and one for those in high school. The new home will be a place where

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Munster United Church is holding a used book sale and bake sale of freezable baked goods suitable for Christmas entertaining on Saturday, November 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the basement of the church on Munster Road in the heart of Munster.

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Parade of Lights SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Saturday, Nov. 27 at 7 p.m. Mark it down on your calendar so that you do not miss what has become one of Stittsville’s most colourful events. There’s the Canada Day fireworks that light up the sky. And there’s this annual Christmas Parade of Lights which lights up Stittsville Main Street. Once again this year, floats and entries will slowly travel along THE FRIENDSHIPS I VALUE Stittsville Main Street from north to south, decorated with hundreds In our caring, relaxed atmosphere, friendships and thousands of coloured lights develop naturally. and Christmas decorations. Over the past decade, this parade has grown not only to have more and more 12TH ANNIVERSARY entries but also to attract more and REUNION more spectators. Last year StittsTuesday, November 16th ville Main Street had crowds lin2:00 - 4:00 pm ing virtually all of the parade route, Please join us in celebration of our 12th Anniversary. right from the School Board Depot Entertainment, Refreshments, through to Carleton Cathcart Street “When you’re with people with Door prizes and guided tours. similar interests and experiences, Call us for more details! where the route ends. it’s easy to make good friends.” Right now, the Stittsville Village Association, which organizes the Chartwell Kanata parade, is looking for entries. BusiRetirement Residence nesses, churches and organizations 20 Shirley’s Brook Dr., Kanata,ON www.chartwellreit.ca are urged to decorate a float with 613-591-8939 421225 lights, add in some music perhaps and become a part of the parade. The float can be a wagon, a truck, a trailer or anything else that moves. Anyone who is interested in entering a float should contact either Marion Gullock at 613-836-5254 or via email at marion.gullock@ sympatico.ca or Katrina Harder via email at katrinaharder@hotmail. com. And if the parade were not enough, the evening will also include the official turning on of the Christmas lights at Village Square at the corner of Stittsville Main Street and Abbott Street in the heart of Stittsville. This marks the official launch of the Call for a FREE welcoming visit. Christmas season in the village of Stittsville. Call 1-866-283-7583 The Stittsville Village Association 366265 is looking for volunteers to staff the barricades which block off the side streets for the parade. Anyone wanting to help out in this way (you get a great view of the parade as it passes by) should contact SVA director and parade organizer Katrina Harder at 613-831-2796 or SVA president Metin Akgun at 613-836-5350. Mr. Akgun also urges all businesses, schools, organizations and Prime Locations Available in Stittsville, clubs in Stittsville to consider entering a float in the parade this year. It Rockland, Carleton Place. Existing location is always a lot of fun, both for those also available in Ottawa. with entries as well as for the thousands who turn out to line the parade With over 340 locations in Canada, we are the nation’s largest network of print & copy centres! route.

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Celebrating Scottish The Goulbourn Township Historical Society will be celebrating all things Scottish (singing, dancing, stories, jokes, treats and a little history) on Saturday, November 20 at 1:30 p.m. at the Legion Hall in Stittsville. Everyone welcome.

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