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In what might have been her farewell Olympic appearance at the 2012 Summer Games in London, Karen Cockburn was hoping her high-flying routine on the trampoline would enable her to soar to the top of her class in the women’s competition. Unfortunately for the 31-year-

old Stouffville resident, it wasn’t meant to be. Having procured a medal in each of her first three Olympic appearances — two silver and one bronze — Cockburn was denied fulfilment of her dream after finishing fourth. But it wasn’t by much — a mere .09 of a point that denied her from making a fourth trip to the medal podium.

At the same time, it did not come without a bit of controversy when He Wenna of China fell on the landing of her final routine, but recorded a score of 55.950 to claim the bronze. Executing a flawless routine, Cockburn was given a score of 55.860 by the judges. “I was very disappointed,” Cockburn conceded prior to returning to Stouffville Monday. “I was defi-

nitely happy with my routine and I did a great performance so when my score showed up, I was surprised at how low it was.” She said her scores from the judges were spread out dramatically. Because of that, Cockburn speculated the judges instituted a reserve score, which made her See COCKBURN, page 11.

An investigation into the alleged acceptance of inappropriate donations by MP Paul Calandra will not take place, the federal ethics commissioner’s office said this week. “I welcome her clarifying we, of course, followed all the rules,” the Oak Ridges-Markham MP said in an interview with The Sun-Tribune. “I do appreciate that we do have an ethics commissioner to review. ... She’s confirmed that we followed all the rules and I’m happy about that,” he said. Last month, Mr. Calandra was accused in a national publication of accepting money at fundraising parties in Markham and Richmond Hill earlier this year that involved people attempting to secure a new Toronto radio station licence. The Stouffville resident is also parliamentary secretary to the Canadian Heritage Minister, See ALLEGATIONS, page 10.

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Our Customer Service Centre is open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For your convenience extended hours are also offered on the first and third Tuesday of each month, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. We can be reached at 905-640-1900 or 1-855-642-8696.

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Editorial

Time has come for corner store liquor Booze is business. Big business in Ontario. The LCBO added $1.6 billion to Ontario’s coffers last year, so it’s no wonder the Liberal government has approved a 70-outlet expansion, costing $100 million, over the next two years. The Progressive Conservatives are, instead, calling on the Liberals to share the love and allow convenience stores to sell beer and wine. It’s a move to which most consumers would say cheers — more than 112,000 signed an Ontario Convenience Stores Association petition favouring the idea and a new Angus Reid poll indicates two of three Ontarians favour buying beer and wine at the corner store. Yet, despite the apparent support of consumers for change to the liquor laws that date back to the 1930s, Premier Dalton McGuinty was quick to put a cork in the idea, insisting the LCBO is doing a good job preventing minors from buying alcohol. As if our kids are going to become drooling, staggering alcoholics without the benevolent intervention of the LCBO and Premier Dad. The reality is a majority of our teenaged minors are drinking alcohol. The convenience stores group insists its owners do a better job of turning away ineligible buyers of age-restricted products than do the LCBO or The Beer Store and has studies to back it up. But are Ontarians less responsible than the citizens of Alberta, Quebec, most of the United States, United Kingdom and many European countries, where wine and beer are available in grocery and convenience stores? Of course we’re not. The Ontarians who want the convenience of having beer and wine available at the local store will also want to see it sold responsibly, under the same stringent — or even stricter — rules followed by the LCBO, including proof of age for all purchases. It’s working in the 214 Ontario stores already selling alcohol in communities too small for a regular LCBO outlet or Beer Store. Bottom line, selling alcohol is a business and it’s wrong for the Liberals to be coy about its true motivation to maintain — and expand — the status quo. If beer and wine were sold in variety stores, it would not only be convenient, it would be a major boon to small businesses. For all these reasons, it’s wrong for Premier McGuinty to simply brush aside the proposal of selling beer and wine in convenience stores, without at least renewing the debate, using social responsibility and the public interest as essential parameters.

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Letters to the Editor Stop bashing teachers Re: Take a teacher to work, letter to the editor by Michael Wolf, Aug. 4. I am so tired of teacher bashing. As I come from a “teacher” family, I was shocked at Mr. Wolf’s lack of knowledge of the profession. He doesn’t know a teacher has to go to university for a minimum of three years and then an extra year for his teaching certificate. He doesn’t know when teachers take courses to further their careers, it is on their own time and at their own expense. Sick days? My daughter has had about 10 sick days in 15 years of teaching. Will she reap a “reward” for all sick days not taken? Not a chance. Can the boards negotiate fewer sick days? Sure. I will make arrangements for him to take a day at work with a teacher — my daughter — and we will then see who really wants to go back to their own position at the end of the day. You will find teachers do not just work seven to eight hours per day. Your day will start at around 7:30 a.m. coaching sports and will end at 6 p.m. at the school after one of your team’s games. You will be in front of and interact with more than 250 kids through teaching and coaching. Your lunch will be grabbing a sandwich while you spend your time supervising intramurals or yard duty. You will receive no compensation for the extra hours and dedication to the kids. I will guarantee at the end of the day you will be exhausted and may re-think “Taking a Teacher to Work Day”. My daughter is not a saint. She is one of thousands of teachers in Ontario who put in a similar day. Parents should realize teachers are with your children more waking hours per day than parents. Teachers do a lot more than teach the core subjects. They instill in our children life and social skills. Mr. Wolf compared teachers to doc-

tors. We need both to help us raise our children. They are very different but dedicated professions and in this country and we are fortunate to have both. Mr. Wolf, all parents should be thanking our teachers who help mold our youth of today. I thanked every teacher my children had – for their dedication and their enthusiasm and helping them become the remarkable people they are today. Call me to set up your day with a teacher.

Bonnie Jackson Whitchurch-Stouffville

Life, drivers too fast Re: Drivers going too quickly, letter to the editor by Alysha McLean, Aug. 9. Yes, many drivers do go to quickly. I still live in one of those 1980s subdivision homes. I’m retired now, but am still involved in a lot of things around Stouffville, so I see it on a daily basis. Yes, the character of our town has changed. It seems to have gone from a caring community to another one of those filled with the “me-first” generations where the mothers complaining about the speeding in the school zones are actually a part of those speeders, in a hurry to drop off the kids at school so they can get about their own business. Kids don’t walk anymore. They don’t seem to get much exercise at all, with parents driving them everywhere. In fact, people join organizations around town and then instantly forget these organizations involve annual dues or fees and then wonder why these organizations are downsizing or closing. Yup, we created it, we live in it. It is a fast-paced world and if it is to be changed, guess who has to do it? You are right again and if we are not careful, it will get even faster. It is your move!

Steve Pickard Stouffville

Three weeks ago, we didn’t know a javelin from java. But, after wearing out a chesterfield and a trail to the fridge to get us through dozens of hours of predawn Olympic TV coverage, we are all suddenly experts. We think we know more than Brian Williams about the nuances of soccer’s six-second rule – which I learned is not to be confused with similar guidelines for food dropped on the kitchen floor. Kids running the Connell-Franklin Track next to the Stouffville Arena can now strike the lighting bolt pose better than Usain. We can pronounce repechage. And we’ll do it all again in 18 months when the Winter Games are on in Russia. We’ll know the full bios of the multi-medal stars from every land on the planet. We’ll briefly consider taking up luging again. It’s fine to think so globally, but can’t we act a lit more locally? While the last of the London Games was winding down Sunday, a provincial boys’ fastball championship was being decided at beautiful Bethesda Park. It wasn’t world class but it was pretty classy. Kids from across the south side of the province turning sweet-looking double plays, fresh air and sunshine in an otherwise wet weekend. But, amateur sport in the GTA, including Stouffville, is played largely in front of family members, if that. As bad as the Leafs have been for too long, if it’s not the NHL – or the Olympics – it doesn’t seem to matter around these parts. Challenge yourself to take in an area high school (yraa.com), Jr. A hockey (ojhl.pointstreaksites. com) or other game this fall. As they said in Slap Shot: “Good seats are still available”. Jim Mason is editor of The SunTribune.


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Fatal crash part of Ornge probe? Ontario’s chief coroner’s office will probe about six years of deaths involving transport by Ornge, the province’s embattled air ambulance agency. And while the exact number of deaths that will be reviewed has not been finalized, the death of cube van driver Richard Ribeiro, 28, of Oshawa, in a May 9 crash in WhitchurchStouffville does fit the probe’s parameters, Deputy Chief Coroner Dr. Dan Cass said. The deaths to be considered span a peri-

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But in no way did Cockburn feel she was the main reason MacLennan won the gold. That was done on her own merit. “I was 16 when I met Rosie, she was just eight years old at that time,” Cockburn said. “Of course she has trained alongside me and learned from me. But I’ve also learned so much from her. “We pushed each other in training and worked as a team to qualify for these games and then worked hard in hopes that we would both be on the podium. I’ve always tried to give her the best advice and help her in any way that I could. But I do not want to take credit for her gold. She won that medal on her own and gave an amazing performance.

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total much lower. In turn, that proved to be the difference after falling .09 of a point short for the bronze medal. Cockburn though, was quick to praise Wenna’s routine. “Without her fall at the end, she would have finished first,” Cockburn said. “The reason she edged me for the bronze was because (the judges) scored my routine too low. Not because they scored hers too high.” Cockburn said it can be confusing for spectators who aren’t well versed on the scoring system when watching the sport. As a veteran performer in the sport, Cockburn felt some adjustments to the scoring system need to be taken into consideration when the 2016 Olympics take place in Brazil. “You can still win a medal with a fall, if the fall is after you finish your last skill, you only lose 1.5 off your total score,” Cockburn said. “It should be a bigger penalty and maybe they will change this rule for the future.” If there was any consolation for Cockburn at the Olympics, it was in seeing her longtime Skyriders Trampoline Club and Canadian teammate Rosie MacLennan claim the coveted gold medal.

perfect day “Rosie had been training great the two months leading up to the games. I knew she had a good shot at the gold. But you have to be perfect on that particular day. “When I saw her score come up, I knew it was good enough to win. I looked at the two athletes from China who still had to compete and they were feeling the pressure from seeing such a high score.” Being denied a fourth Olympic medal could give Cockburn plenty of incentive to set her sights on the 2016 Games. Cockburn though, has other plans. Something far closer to her Stouffville residence where she’s supported by her husband Mathieu Turgeon, a former Canadian Olympic bronze medallist in the men’s trampoline event at the 2000 Summer Games. “When I look back on my Olympic career, I was third, second, second and fourth which is pretty great results,” she said. “But I want to start a family. I’m 31 and do not want to push that off too much longer. So I’m not sure if that will leave much time to train for another Games.”

start a family It may have even represented a possible passing of the torch. After winning the gold, MacLennan was quick to praise her time in learning the sport through Cockburn. Likewise, Cockburn was quick to point out she’s learned a lot from MacLennan in the time they’ve worked together at Richmond Hill’s Skyriders Club.

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Stouffville’s Karen Cockburn (left) arrives at Pearson International with Canadian gold medallist Rosie MacLennan of King City Monday.

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Old Fashioned Ham

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$ 99

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Boneless Chicken Breasts

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$ 69

1

Each

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$ 49

2

Each

SAVE UP TO 80¢ EA

In Store Baked

In Store Baked

$ 49

$ 99

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SAVE $1.50

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%

%

HWY 4.3L/100 KM (66 MPG)

%

Finance Rates

2012 Yaris HB

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330*@2.9 0.9

$

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Cash Incentive

16,905

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all-in lease

%

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%

APR

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%

APR

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$

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%

APR

per month for 60 months with $0 Down. Freight and Fees included. HST extra.

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%

all-in allin lease l

Total Cash Incentives

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ALL-IN PRICE FROM

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HWY 4.5L/100 KM (63 MPG)

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25,365

$

*@

per month for 60 months with $0 Down. Freight and Fees included. HST extra.

HWY 5.6L/100 KM (50 MPG)

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The following lease restrictions apply for each vehicle:100,000 km allowance.2012 Yaris, lease end value $5316, upfront cents per excess km of $.05, at lease end cents per excess km of $.07; 2012 Corolla, lease end value $5716, upfront cents per excess km of $.05, at lease end cents per excess km of $.07; 2012 Matrix, lease end value $5878, upfront cents per excess km of $.05, at lease end cents per excess km of $.07; 2012 Prius, lease end value $10658, upfront cents per excess km of $.07, at lease end cents per excess km of $.10; 2012 Prius V, lease end value $11,151, upfront cents per excess km of $.07, at lease end cents per excess km of $.10; 2012 Camry LE, lease end value $9953, upfront cents per excess km of $.07, at lease end cents per excess km of $.10; 2012 Camry Hybrid, lease end value $10,796, upfront cents per excess km of $.07, at lease end cents per excess km of $.10, ; 2013 Venza, lease end value $11,476, upfront cents per excess km of $.10, at lease end cents per excess km of $.15; 2012 Sienna, lease end value $10,122, upfront cents per excess km of $.07, at lease end cents per excess km of $.10; 2012 Rav4, lease end value $10,442, upfront cents per excess km of $.07, at lease end cents per excess km of $.10; ; 2012 Highlander, lease end value $12036, upfront cents per excess km of $.10, at lease end cents per excess km of $.15; 2012 Tacoma, lease end value $9060, upfront cents per excess km of $.07, at lease end cents per excess km of $.10; 2012 Tundra, lease end value $9435, upfront cents per excess km of $.10, at lease end cents per excess km of $.15; 2012 4Runner , lease end value $14,035, upfront cents per excess km of $.10, at lease end cents per excess km of $.15; Offers valid until August 31st ,2012. Please see Stouffville Toyota for complete details

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Stouffville Sun-Tribune n www.yorkregion.com n Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, 2

4 DAY 2012 INVENTORY CLEAROUT EVENT!


Stouffville Sun-Tribune n www.yorkregion.com n Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, 4

4 DAY SUMMER SELL-DOWN

T H U R S DAY, AU G . 1 6 T H TO M O N DAY, AU G . 2 0 T H

PRE-OWNED

SUPER SALE 02 NISSAN PATHFINDER SE

99 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER

01 GMC SIERRA 1500

CHILKOOT 99,905km • STK#11716AAAA

SR5, AS IS 179,600km • STK#12484A

SR, AS IS 352,000km • STK#P12582A

6,983*

5,983

$

06 PONTIAC VIBE

BI WEEKLY

132

$

04 MERCEDES-BENZ

STK#12479A 114,237km

9,988*

$

08 CHEVROLET COLORADO

BI WEEKLY

5 SPD LT W/1LT 111,750km • STK#12552A

$ 128 12,983*

$

266

$

LIMITED 96,000km • STK#12702A

$ 238 14,995*

$

08 CHEVROLET UPLANDER EXT

XLS 17,300km • STK#P260

245 $38,986*

163

$ 132 12,983*

$

09 TOYOTA COROLLA

S 71,498km • STK#P257

BI WEEKLY

9,983*

TOURING 73,969km • STK#P253

12 TOYOTA CAMRY

SE DEMO 14,800km • STK#12998

BI WEEKLY

224 $27,983*

$

11 SCION XD

LEATHER, SUNROOF 23,553km • STK#P239

BI WEEKLY

STK#P245 28,250km

LIMITED DEMO 17,800km • STK#P261

† 332 $44,983*

$

11 TOYOTA COROLLA CE

BI WEEKLY

POWER GROUP 50,556km • STK#P245

21,983* $141 $18,983*† $118 $15,983*†

$

75

BI WEEKLY

$ 188 18,983*

236 $27,983*

$ 109 10,888* 11 TOYOTA VENZA

BI WEEKLY

207

$

126

$

POWER GROUP 55,200km • STK#P233

BI WEEKLY

STK#219 51,510km

† $ 118 15,983*

$

BI WEEKLY

$ 142 13,983*

$

07 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER

108,200km STK#12510A

SPORT PKG. 119,500km • STK#12468A

BI WEEKLY

10,983* $207

$

111

$

07 TOYOTA YARIS

08 JEEP WRANGLER

LE 95,800km • STK#P265

BI WEEKLY

$ 111 10,995*

$

BI WEEKLY

STK#P252 49,424km

SAHARA 148,254km • STK#12251A

$ 187 18,983*

$

09 TOYOTA MATRIX XR

BI WEEKLY

20,983*

$

12 TOYOTA 4RUNNER

SR5 DEMO 3,100km • STK#12366

BI WEEKLY

27,983* $143 $16,983* $343

$

LE DEMO 8,000km • STK#P259

12 TOYOTA YARIS

BI WEEKLY

5 SPD Trans 62,400km • STK#12291A

BI WEEKLY

07 TOYOTA COROLLA CE

BI WEEKLY

SPORT DEMO 17,080km • STK#12080

39,800*

$

BI WEEKLY

† $ 141 16,990*

$

*Sale prices include PLATINUM SECURITY. Registration program, HST extra. Bi-weekly payments based on 4.99% variable rate financing ( Minimum $12,500 and over on 2007 models and newer) Terms are 60 months for 2007-2008, 72 months for 2009-2010, 84 months for 2011 and 96 months for 2012. Contact Stouffville Toyota for details. ALL VEHICLES SOLD DEALER CERTIFIED AND E-TESTED (EXCEPT FOR AS IS). AS/IS :This vehicle is being sold “as-is,” unfit, not e-tested and is not represented as being in road worthy condition, mechanically sound or maintained at any guaranteed level of quality. The vehicle may not be fit for use as a means of transportation and may require substantial repairs at the purchaser’s expense. It may not be possible to register the vehicle to be driven in its current condition. TOYOTA CERTIFIED USED VEHICLES AS INDICATED. VISIT WWW.STOUFFVILLETOYOTA.NET FOR COMPLETE VEHICLE DESCRIPTIONS. †REFERS TO PREVIOUS DAILY RENTALS.*

SPORT PACKAGE 17,080km • STK#12080

39,800*

$

DEMO, V6 AWD C-PACK 11,799km • STK#12294

291

$

12 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER DEMO

LE DEMO 16,200km • STK#12927

42,983*

$

12 TOYOTA VENZA

12 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER

14,983* $134 $16,498* $327

$

11 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA TRENDLINE

BI WEEKLY

4 CYL FWD 34,600km • STK#P263

12 TOYOTA YARIS

10 TOYOTA COROLLA CE

BI WEEKLY

EXT CAB 165,600km • STK#P2378

$

10 TOYOTA VENZA

$

3,998

$

08 MAZDA B-SERIES PICK-UP

LIMITED 106,800km • STK#12736A

PREMIUM 4CYL AWD 45,454km • STK#255A

4WD EX-L 87,000km • STK#P240A

06 PONTIAC TORRENT

LX, CERTIFIED 187,851 • STK#P198A

11,983*

$

$ 197 19,983*

$

BI WEEKLY

STK# 12557A 89,400km

$

07 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

12 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER

BI WEEKLY

BI WEEKLY

$ 122 11,995*

BI WEEKLY

02 CHYRSLER SEBRING

07 HONDA CR-V

$

09 TOYOTA MATRIX

BI WEEKLY

122

$

LT 111,350km • STK#12172A

BI WEEKLY

LS 124,153km • STK#12490A

$

6,893*

06 CHEVROLET EQUINOX

07 CHEVROLET UPLANDER

BI WEEKLY

BI WEEKLY

$

115

$

STK#12303A 98,250km

BI WEEKLY

06 MAZDA5

AUTO, AC 80,250km • STK#P221A

BI WEEKLY

06 TOYOTA CAMRY SOLARA SE

11,568* $101

$

114

$

11 SCION IC

$

$

26,996* $126 $14,983* $135 $15,983*

$

$

BI WEEKLY

LTZ, DVD 98,000km • STK#12279A

BI WEEKLY

12 TOYOTA AVALON

BI WEEKLY

3.2L, 4MATIC, C-CLASS 99,200km • STK#12178A

BI WEEKLY

08 TOYOTA 4RUNNER

BI WEEKLY

2,983

$

05 PONTIAC SUNFIRE SL

38,731*

$

12 TOYOTA YARIS LE

BI WEEKLY

POWER GROUP 8,800km • STK#P223

† $ 113 16,983*

$


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Family has close call with coyote By Jim Mason

jmason@yrmg.com

Sonya Ambrose was watering plants in her front yard with her two young children Saturday morning when a dog wandered out from behind her Stouffville home. Or so she thought. As it got to within five feet of them she recognized the intruder as a coyote and quickly moved the kids indoors. The same coyote was back the next day, walking up and down their street, Delbert Circle, near Ninth Line and Reeves Way Boulevard, she said. They were not alone. A coyote, possibly the same one, approached a neighbour on her patio earlier in the week. York Regional Police would only deal with the coyote if it became more aggressive, Ms Ambrose said. Ministry of Natural Resources personnel offered tips, but said trapping and removing the coyote would be up to Ms Ambrose. “I just want people to be aware and know it’s out there,” she told The Sun-Tribune. “We’ve seen them at dusk before, but never during the day. And he didn’t seem at all scared.” This isn’t a first for this neighbourhood in southern Stouffville. A coyote, or two, was spotted wandering around the Hoover Park Drive and Reeve’s Way area in early 2011. In one incident, an area resident said it followed a woman down the street for a short while. As more urbanization takes place, coyotes have become quite comfortable being around humans. Normally, coyotes are not a threat to peo-

SUN-TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO

A coyote, similar to this one, was spotted on a residential street in Stouffville last weekend. ple. However, they will become aggressive if threatened. Coyotes are drawn to places that offer easy pickings, therefore, there are a few precautions people should take. Store garbage in a sealed container and in a secure area, such as a garage. Remember that bird feeders attract birds, squirrels and rodents, which, in turn, may attract coyotes. Never leave children, small dogs or cats unattended. When out walking, avoid doing so when coyotes are most likely out — dawn and dusk. When you do go out, carry a noise maker — a whistle, air horn, bell; bring a flashlight as the bright light can deter a coyote; have your dog on a leash; make yourself appear larger and ensure the coyote sees you as a person, not his next meal.

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“What Bonds Are These?”, the new show at The Latcham Gallery, continues through Sept. 15. More information at latchamgallery.ca

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Lester B and Redhouse, featuring Graham Young, play Robby B’s at Cedar Beach on Musselman’s Lake Thursdays from 8 to 11 p.m. this summer.

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Stouffville Mennos host Scarborough in men’s fastball action at Memorial Park at 8:30 p.m. More information at ocdfl.ca

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walk in woods

York Region hosts a butterflies, bugs and forest friends walk on the regional forest’s Eldred King Tract, 16232 Hwy. 48, from 10 a.m. to noon.

NHlers on ice

MP Paul Calandra hosts NHL stars and alumni in Hockey Night in Stouffville at the Stouffvillle Arena at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 from 905-642-2835.

shop ‘til you...

Moonlight Madness and Inside Whitchurch-Stouffville are on tonight from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in downtown Stouffville. Buskers and musicians.

For more community events, visit yorkregion.com Event organizers can also register at yorkregion.com to have events listed free online.

Mike Burns and John McGouran host open mic nights tonight and Aug. 31 from 8 p.m. at Robby B’s on Cedar Beach at Musselman’s Lake.

YOUR PLANNER: Moonlight Madness/Inside W-S

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grab a mic, Mike

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avenging action

Downtown Stouffville’s outdoor movie series continues with The Avengers being shown at dusk in Memorial Park. Call 905-6400749.

To add an event to this listing, e-mail Jim Mason at jmason@yrmg.com

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Did you know Stouffville is partnered with a town in Tanzania or that we have an air cadet squadron and a chapter of Life with a Baby in town? Discovering which not-for-profit service groups and organizations serve the community is the purpose behind Inside WhitchurchStouffville, which has taken place since 2006. This year’s event is Aug. 23, 6:30 to 9 p.m. in Civic Square. If it rains, the event will be in the Silver Jubilee Club, Main and Market streets. “A lot of people are looking for things they can put their children into, they can volunteer their time with and this is a one-stop shop for them,” said Michele Kennedy, the municipality’s clerk. Among the organizations taking part in the event are the Whitchurch-Stouffville Chamber of Commerce, Stouffville Terry Fox Run, Five with DRIVE, Music Mania Christmas Show, Girl Guides, Stouffville Igoma Partnership, Toastmasters, Tot Spot and the Stouffville Multicultural Association. “(These are organizations) you may not be aware of that you can get involved with,” Ms Kennedy said. “It’s a great way to learn about our municipality, what makes us unique,” she said. Since 2007, Inside Whitchurch-Stouffville has been held in conjunction with Moonlight Madness ­— the biggest sidewalk sale of the year. “Each year it gets more vendors, more mer-

CONFORMITY CAN TAKE A BACKSEAT. SO CAN LONG-TERM COMMITMENT.

chants involved,” said Anna Rose, downtown co-ordinator for the Town of WhitchurchStouffville. The sidewalk sale runs from 7 to 10 p.m. “The majority of merchants do look for opportunities to utilize their suppliers to give their customers a bargain,” Ms Rose said. One retailer becoming very well known for selling Christmas items in August is the IDA. “People are already starting to think in that mode,” Ms Rose said.

‘A lot of people are looking for things they can put their children into, they can volunteer their time with and this is a one-stop shop for them.’ Along with sales, there will be face painting, street performers and a DJ in the Care and Share parking lot, where additional vendors are expected to be set up. Free horse and wagon rides along Main Street return for a second year. “That was really, really well received,” Ms Rose said. “It just provided for a really nice atmosphere.” The Downtown Stouffville Farmers’ Market will remain open until 8 p.m. “They don’t stay right to the end because it’s too dark for them to pack it up,” she said. For more information, go to www.townofws.com

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Lehmans Pond is being rehabilitated. The natural pond is closed for about four weeks so it could be cleaned. “It was just silted up,” said Paul Whitehouse, director of public works for the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. “If it silts up, then you lose your storage capacity.” The natural pond at the end of Willow Way was incorporated into the storm water management design of the Dulverton subdivision in the 1980s. Over the years, silt and vegetation have built up and grown to the point of reducing storage. This was the first time Lehmans Pond has been cleaned, according to Mr. Whitehouse. However, about five or six years ago, the smaller forbay pond, which precedes Lehmans and takes in most of the silt and debris, was cleaned. Sierra Excavating was awarded the tender. The company submitted the lowest bid of $77,066. An additional $20,000 contingency allowance was added to the project. “As far as we’re concerned we’re still on budget,” Mr. Whitehouse said, noting he did not have the final cost of the project available. Just as the crew was about to begin, they

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encountered one problem, according to Mr. Whitehouse — rain. “It would have been easier if it hadn’t rained,” he said. The trails to the pond, off Millard Street and Park Drive, are popular with walkers. In winter, pond hockey is played.

Car show draws 1,300 spectators, 220 vehicles to museum grounds Mother Nature must love vintage vehicles because she held off the rain long enough to enable the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum’s 39th annual Antique and Classic Car Show to take place Sunday. More than 1,300 people attended the event, which showcased about 220 antique and classic cars. Visitors also partook in heritage demonstrations and childrens activities, while listening to live music. The winner of the 50/50 draw took home

More GO train cars on Stouffville line More seats and additional service on the Stouffville GO line will take effect Sept. 1. The weekday northbound bus trip from Union Station at 3:10 p.m. will now connect with the new train trip at Unionville GO at 3:58 p.m. and make all stops to Mount Joy. This bus trip will no longer serve Union Station, according to GO Transit officials. The weekday northbound 3:15 p.m. bus trip from Union Station will now connect with the new 4:03 p.m. train trip at Unionville, making all stops to Uxbridge. This trip will no longer serve Union Station. There will be a new 7 p.m. weekday northbound bus trip from Union and a new weekday southbound bus trip from Unionville GO at 8:55 a.m. express to Union Station. The weekday 3 p.m. northbound bus trip from Union Station will be discontinued. Passengers can take the new 3:15 p.m. train or 2:45 p.m. bus, both from Union Station. Three morning trains will include two additional railcars, providing 320 more seats per trip. Two of these trains will be extended as of Sept. 4, while the third will take effect by Oct. 8, according to GO Transit officials. For more information, go to www.gotransit.com/schedules, or call 1-888-438-6646 or 1-800-387-3652 TTY.

Stouffville Churches Welcome You

Sunday Worship Service 11:00 am Visitors and Vacationers Welcome!

Phone: 905.640.3151 Wheelchair accessible

Sunday, August 19 Service of Worship Rev. Clive Simpson 10:00 a.m.

www.stouffvillechristianchurch.ca

Stouffville Rd. at Kennedy Rd.

905-887-5651

www.springvale.org

Sunday, August 19th 10:00am Celebration Service Guest: Lowell Hunking

Stouffville Pentecostal Church

6853 Main St., Stouffville 905.640.5696

Sunday Service @ 10 am

Sunday School - kids Ages 2 - Grade 8 Lead Pastor: Jeff Laird Children’s Pastor: Lori Attack Youth Pastor: Ian Harley Counselor: Bonnie Borchardt

www.spcfamily.ca Sr. Youth – Fridays Grades 9-12 @ 7:00 pm

Friday, August 17 Garden barbecue Jack & Marge Carter 5 Sunset Court, Ballantrae 5:30 p.m.

Family Camp – August 20 - 24 CandyLand – Where kids taste and see that the Lord is Good! 6:00pm – 8:30pm - Sk – Grade 8 Register Online or call for details Cost is FREE

A friendly family church

Everyone Welcome!

BLOOMINGTON GOSPEL CHURCH

Stouffville United Church

13660 Ninth Line N. (905) 642-4414 Rev. Peter Pallant

Sunday, Aug 19th 10:30 am – Church Service Morning Worship Speaker: Rev. Peter Pallant

Everyone Welcome!

Building Spirits! Building Lives!

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Sunday, Aug 19th 10:30 a.m Worship Service for the whole family Guest Speaker: Rev. Molly Thompson Guest Organist: Don Bell

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Stouffville Christian Fellowship A Church in a Beautiful Countryside Pastor Walter Robbins

Sunday Service 10:30am Lunch to follow

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Hwy. 7

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WELCOME TO ST. JAMES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

‘Serving Stouffville for 170 years!’ 6528 Main St., Stouffville 905-640-2561 Rev. Dr. James Amy

$649. The museum’s portion will go towards the purchase of specialized preservation and programming equipment for the new visitor and community centre, according to Stephanie Foley, the museum’s curator. Drivers’ choice awards given out during this year’s show went to: Ted Clark, 1936 Chevy Town Sedan (antique winner); Barry Higgins, 1930 Pontiac Sedan (antique runner up); Mary and Mel Sadler, 1955 Buick Special Riviera (early classic winner); Keith Mason, 1957 Golden Hawk Studebaker (early classic runner-up); David Bishop, 1963 Buick Riviera (contemporary classic winner); Fred Brady, 1963 1/2 Ford Galaxy 500 (contemporary classic runner up); Mario Vella, 1949 Mercury M-47 (truck winner) and Romas Krilavicius, 1933 Ford Pickup (truck runnerup). People’s choice winners were: Wilf Bradbury, 1914 Model T Ford (antique winner); Bruce Vaughan, 1931 Ford Model A (antique runner up); Mark Morgan, 1951 Ford Victoria (early classic winner); Mike Breau, 1955 Bel Air (early classic runner up); Bruce Sirbovan, Sport Fury, (contemporary classic winner); Greg Wong, 1969 Mustang Mach 1 (contemporary classic runner up); Mario Vella, 1949 Mercury M-47 (truck winner) and Stan and Sheryl Gillis, 1957 3100 Chevy Stepside (truck runner up).

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2008 Civic DXA

Was: $21,995

Was: $20,888

Was: $14,995

Was: $15,995

Was: $14,445

86,016 km, 5314P

Now:

18,203

$

Now:

17,764

$

Now:

$

Leather, 67,000 km, 5342P

12,499

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83,633 km, 41689A

12,833

$

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11,800

$

2011 Accord EX

2008 Accord EXL

2008 Accord EXL CPE

2010 Accord LX

2009 CRV LX 4WD

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43,089 Km, 41368A

21,800

$

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18,420

$

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17,850

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17,850

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$

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2012 Pilot Touring

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36,569

$

24,137 km, 5411P

Now:

$

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Stouffville Spirit hopeful Andrew Green picks up a jersey from head coach Jeff Perrin (left) and assistant coach Steve Sedore as the Jr. A hockey team opens training camp at the Stouffville Arena Tuesday. The Spirit hosts Pickering in a pre-season game Sunday.

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It only seemed like yesterday that the Stouffville Spirit concluded its 2011-12 season with its first-ever Ontario Junior Hockey League title, a win shy of qualifying for the RBC Cup after losing in the Dudley-Hewitt Cup final in Thunder Bay. While it’s nice for the Spirit to bask in that glory, it’s now time to move on and deal with the present – the 2012-13 OJHL campaign. With the Spirit officially opening its main training camp at the Stouffville Arena Tuesday, new head coach Jeff Perrin intended to utilize the first few days as a weeding-out process. In other words, identify who are the contenders and pretenders vying for spots on the roster. One gauge Perrin intends to use is to observe which players entered camp in top physical condition and which ones did not. Another indicator Perrin will use is to see which players can intellectually grasp what he’s trying to preach through drills during the early practice sessions. “We’re going to try to keep practices high tempo,” he said. “We’ll try to simulate as many game situations as possible. “Every drill that we do there’s a reason why we’re doing it and we want to see who can do them and who can’t. “We just want to see who’s ready to play and who isn’t.” While 14 players graduated from last year’s championship squad, nine others return including: Brandon Gaudette, Alex Botten, Mike Robinson, Tom Tsicos, Knick Dawe,

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The Stouffville Storm mites brought home the bronze medals from the Ontario Amateur Softball Association championships after edging Woodbridge 15-14 in their consolation final in Richmond Hill Sunday. The Storm advanced to the bronze-medal game after compiling three wins in four outings. During those games, the Storm generated plenty of offence by scoring 57 runs. The Storm’s lone loss was to eventual champion, Topham Park, who routed Bramalea 18-0 in the goldmedal tilt.

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DENISON/ FEATHERSTONE- Bright, spacious 1 bedroom basement. Sep- Townhouses for arate entrance, laundry, Rent parking, internet, cable. Near all amenities. $825. CORNELL- NEWLY renoSept. 1st. 416-856-6474 vated 1500 sq.ft. spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom MARKHAMDENISON/ townhouse. $1550 incluMiddlefield- 1 bedroom sive. Available immediatebasement, appliances, ly. 416-419-3702 separate entrance/ laundry, a/c, internet/ cable, non-smoking/ pets. $750 negotiable. Immediately. Houses for Rent (416)358-1707 MARKHAMHWY.7/ McCowan, 1 bedroom basement. Separate entrance, YRT/ shopping. Non-smoking/ pets. Available September 1st. $800. inclusive. (905)554-2112 MCCOWAN/ HIGHGLENNewly painted spacious, 1 bedroom, hardwood, basement. Separate entrance. $745. inclusive. Sept. 1st. Non-smoking/ pets. 647-801-3455, 416-262-1392 MCCOWAN/ RAYMERVILLE- large, bright, newly renovated 1 bedroom basement, separate entrance, storage. Nonsmoking/ pets. $850. inclusive. Available September 4. (905)201-9011

HWY 7 & Bullock- 3 bedroom detached, 1.5 baths, c/air, fin basement. $1,450.+ Sept. 15th. For more info please call 905-471-6927 ext 231

HWY#7/ MCCOWANrenovated 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, upper backsplit, parking. $1300 +70%. Non-smoking/ pets. September 1st. 416-419-5835, 416-269-2385 after 6pm.

MARKHAMIMMACULATE 3 bedroom. Hardwood, beautiful kitchen, fenced-in backyard a/c, all appliances. No pets! $1695. Available immediatley. Ryis Properties 905-727-1102.

Rooms for Rent and Wanted UNIONVILLE ESTATETranquil setting. Quiet home. High speed. Nonsmoking/ pets. Professional person $595. inclusive. Suits motiviated individual. Available immediately. 416-677-1035

Articles for Sale MOVING- UPRIGHT Piano $940. Baby Grand, $2,900. Excellent condition. Help with delivery. Call Robert, 905-709-4753

Mortgages/ Loans $$MONEY$$ CONSOLIDATE Debts Mortgages to 90% No income, Bad credit OK! Better Option Mortgage #10969 1-800-282-1169 www.mortgageontario.com

Cleaning/Janitorial All Green Cleaning Services. We clean with green. Safe for family Insured/ Bonded. Discount. (647)295-4485 MAID TO Order- Family operated, old fashioned corner to corner cleaning. Workmanship guaranteed. Insured, bonded. (905)640-4659

Deaths

LLOYD, John Douglas Passed away at Southlake Regional Health Centre on Saturday, August 4, 2012 in his 79th year. Dearly loved father of Laura Lloyd, Bonnie (Donald Smith), Douglas Lloyd, Cecil “Ted” Lloyd and stepfather of Richard Hall (Doris) and Ann (Al Webb). Cherished grandpa of 12 and great-grandpa of 13 and one more soon to be born. Dear brother of James, Cecil, Kenzie (Betty) and Laura. Predeceased by his daughterin-law Charlene Lloyd and his sistersin-law Marie and Shirley also his brother-in-law Peter. John will be greatly missed by his extended family and friends. Cremation has taken place. Memorial Service from the M.W. Becker Funeral Home, 490 The Queensway S., Keswick, 905-476-7711 on Saturday, August 18, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. Family will receive friends from 12:00 noon until time of service. Interment to follow at Queensville Cemetery. If desired, donations made to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and donations may be made at www.mwbeckerfuneralhome.com GILROY, Mervyn Peacefully passed away at Southlake Regional Heath Centre on Friday, August 10th, 2012 in his 87th year. Devoted wife of 62 years, Alma. Cherished father of Garry (Donna), Larry (Sheryl), Brian (Teresa) and Ken (Michele). Grandpa to 11 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Brother of Joan Leitch and the late Evelyn Spragg. Son of the late Clara Gilroy. Friends and family were received at the O'Neill Funeral Home (6324 Main Street, Stouffville) 905-642-2855 on Monday, August 13th, 2012 from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. A Funeral Service was held in the O'Neill Funeral Home Chapel on Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. with visitation one hour prior. Burial Stouffville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Uxbridge Cottage Hospital or a charity of your choice would be appreciated.

In Memoriam

LEFEVRE, Michael Remy

Mark D W Cotterill October 21, 1980 - August 14, 2003

DAWSON CEMETERY MONUMENTS All arrangements made in your home. No Sales people to increase price. We install at Elmwood & all Markham/ Stouffville area cemeteries.

Payment plans available at 0% interest Call Philip Dawson (owner) at (905)579-1116 Visit our Website: www.DawsonMonuments.com

Coming Events

Coming Events

The Halloween Fun Tent Mom To Mom Sale Saturday, October 27th 10am-3pm Goodwood Community Center Enter the Halloween Haunt Fun Tent for only $10 per child. There will be 15 different stations for your little goblins to visit and receive treats. Halloween cookie decorating, fish in the "bones" pond, make a Halloween craft and many more fun stations. Limited spots. Your child must be pre-registered by either e-mail jenstiles@powergate.ca or call Jennifer @ 905-862-4176

Mark lives on in each of our hearts as son, brother, grandson, uncle, nephew, cousin, friend. Indeed, Mark deeply touched all who knew him. Mark was known and is remembered for his kindness, his gentleness, his happiness, and for his beautiful capacity to love people and life. We see Mark in the many creative works to which he brought his wit, keen insight, and bright intelligence; we see him in the love and laughter that continues on in remembrance of that shining light. We see Mark in the butterfly and stars that come to visit, we see him in nature and life all roundabout us. We each miss him so very much, but our private ache is eased with his spirit that daily comes to assure all those he knew and loved. Miss you always, Love you forever Mum, Dad, Hayley & Meghan

"Memory is a way of holding onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose." - The Wonder Years

Vendor spots are going fast. Personal - Sell your kids gently used items $30 Business - Promote your small business $40

Painting & Decorating

In Memoriam

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING painters at bargain prices! Summer special $100/ room. Quick, clean, reliable. Free estimates! Call toll-free 1-866-325-7359.

Business Opportunities HIGH COMMISSIONS or Hair Stylist chair for rent in busy beauty Salon. Please call 905-471-7650

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Mortgages/ Loans

In Memoriam

Passed away peacefully on August 1st, 2012. Father to Mike, and Stacey Diamond. In keeping with his wishes, no service will be taking place. Qu'il repose en paix.

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In Memoriam

In Memoriam

In loving memory of Doris Grace Cogar who passed away August 17, 1992. It's been 20 years since we said good bye, Many things have gone by, It may not seem so when we cry, But you are always by our side. In our minds, in our hearts Those pieces will never part. Love you forever, ever and always, Darlene & family. xoxo

ANTIQUES ON HWY 48 2 Floors of ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Fri Sat Sun & Mon 10am - 6pm 23906 Hwy 48 Just South of BALDWIN North of Ravenshoe Rd

647-281-8496 3 FAMILY sale- Antiques aquarium. Worth the drive. 17128 9th Line, just north of Aurora Sdrd. Saturday, August 18

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