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STEVE SOMERVILLE ssomerville@yrmg.com Forever Thyme Sanctuary in west Stouffville is a unique farm operation - it’s a retirement home for elderly horses. The facility houses 21 horses - almost all of them in their 20s (senior citizens in horse years), as well as

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Sears Canada announces it’s going out of business ALI RAZA aliraza@yrmg.com Sears Canada is going out of business. The department store was trying since June 22 to find a buyer, but ultimately has been forced to announce a shut down. About 12,000 Sears employees will lose their jobs in the coming 10 to 14 weeks. Three quarters of those 12,000 jobs are part-time and most of the 800 head office jobs in Toronto will be eliminated this week. Sears issued a news release Oct. 10 announcing its decision. It said it will apply to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for approval to liquidate its remaining stores and assets. "Following exhaustive efforts, no viable transaction for the company to continue as a going concern was received," the news release read. The court will hear the motion on Oct. 13, and liquidation sales will follow at retail locations starting Oct. 19 for one to two weeks. Sears has already closed 59 of its stores. It announced the closure of an additional 11 and all remaining assets will be liquidated on Friday. The closure affects three retail locations in York Region; one in Thornhill (Promenade Mall) and two in Newmarket (Upper Canada Mall and the Sears Home Store at 17700 Yonge St.).

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Firstly, we’ll start off with a relatively new salad, one of Kulam’s creations that I fell head over heels with upon trying it a few months back, our Lemon Orzo Salad. Tossed with fresh cucumber, grape tomatoes, taggiasche olives (those sweet petite black ones in oil, to die for), dill and crumbled feta in a lemon dressing. Reg. $2.99/100g Staying in the same flavour profile, because why not, it works, we’ll have our Greek Chicken Soup. This is in a rich chicken broth with tomato, loaded with white meat, carrot, celery, and rice with lemon and oregano. If you’re feeling a nip under the weather, this will fix you up in a jiffy. Reg. $8.99/900ml Next up, we’ll have a Teriyaki Chicken Stirfry, with onions, peppers, celery, lemongrass, served over noodles. Super easy, tasty, nutritious and delicious. Reg. $9.99/500g Our sous-vide of the week will be a Salmon Fillet in a Lemon Dill Butter. We roast salmon until it’s super moist and cooked to perfection, then vac-pack it with a medallion of our homemade butter. You take it, put it in a pot of boiling water for ten minutes and you get a beautiful piece of salmon that’s poached in delicious, rich butter. If that doesn’t sound good, I don’t know what does! Reg. $5.99/100g Lastly, we’ll have our Caesar Dressing. This is my grandmother’s recipe that goes all the way back to our humble beginnings on Markham Main. Making it was also one of the first jobs I was given when I worked in the kitchen many moons ago. I was constantly amazed by the sheer number of ingredients that went into it to give it just the right flavour profile. Obviously Doreen had it down to a science, as it’s been selling like crazy since day one. Reg. $5.99/250 ml

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WHAT'S THEBUZZZZ? Get inspiralized! Embrace the bounty of the harvest and turn fresh fruit and vegetables into healthy, creative and delicious meals with the Paderno Spiral Slicer. It comes with 3 interchangeable stainless steel blades EACH which give perfect cuts in just seconds. Reg. $41.99 each Also, Linda and Karen are just back from Cortona and have so much to share regarding their experiences and love of food. Cortona happens to be the home town of Frances Mayes, author of - The Tuscan Sun Cookbook and they have decided to base a cooking class inspired by their trip and this amazing cookbook. They will be demonstrating and serving their favorite recipes from the cookbook, that they tasted at their Villa in Cortona. There are only a handful of spaces left for this class, so don't delay in registration. Wednesday October 18th @ 11:30 am. Cost: $69.99 + hst per person which includes a copy of Frances' cookbook. If something hands-on is more your style, join Karen and Linda at their Hands-On Pie Cooking Class on Tuesday October 24th. You will learn to make a pocket pie with a perfectly rich and flaky crust everytime. They are amazingly versatile and great fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For more information, check out our calendar of events online at www.thevillegrocer.com.

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In the aftermath of Thanksgiving, your fridges are most likely loaded with turkey or ham, so we thought it best to change it up from our regulars and feature our highly underrated Tuna Salad Sandwich. This isn’t your typical run-of-the-mill tuna salad however, we load this on sliced Ancient Grain Bread with sliced red onion, avocado, bell pepper and head lettuce. Not only is it colourful, it’s also super tasty. Admittedly, I’m not a tuna salad guy, but there’s a super loyal customer, Harley, who comes to the store a few times a week and always asks us for one, which we started doing regularly just for him and it’s been selling well ever since. EACH Featured at: Also...don't miss out on Halibut and Chips on Friday! $11.99 a plate...best deal in town!

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Simply put, this is the best sausage we make at the store...at least in my opinion. We start with coarsely - ground lean pork, some mild spices and use the iconic stout beer as the requisite moisture. There are two ways I like to enjoy these. First, I like to steam them with some sauerkraut and then brown them in a hot pan to give them a crispy finish. And secondly, grilled and then served on a bun schmeared with a sharp mustard and topped with crumbled bacon and extra old cheddar...sheer deliciousness! Reg. $5.99/lb OFF

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Pina Colada Shortcake – Andrea made this up as a oneoff for a catering we did months ago and it was a massive hit. Our white sponge cake soaked in rum simple syrup and layered with Kulam's own pineapple rum jam and fresh whipped cream. Garnished with toasted coconut. Sublime! Reg. Small: $24.99 each Caramel Apple Buttertarts – Our standard hand-pressed pastry shells filled with our classic buttertart filling loaded with cooked spiced apples and a generous drizzle of caramel on top. Reg. $9.99/pack of six Raspberry Passionfruit Mousse Cake – This is a new one. We wanted to do a mousse cake as it has been a while, and I’m always pushing for something with passionfruit (so underrated). Three layers of white sponge spread with seedless raspberry preserves, layered with tangy passion fruit mousse. Garnished with white chocolate and fresh raspberries. Reg. Small: $26.99 each

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BALLANTRAE PLAZA NIC VETERINARY CLINIC We are pleased to announce that Dr. Karen has graduated from the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre.

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New 366 unit subdivision coming near Byers Pond tended from the subdivision to the north to the property. Of the 366 units proposed, 205 will be single detached. Included within the Plan of Subdivision is an elementary school site, a park block, open space lands that will be conveyed to the TRCA and two stormwater management ponds. The property is generally rectangular in configuration and has historically been under active agricultural cultivation and forms part of the previous L&M Nurseries

SIMON MARTIN smartin@yrmg.com A new subdivision is on its way in Stouffville. Council has approved a new 366 unit development on the land south of Byers Pond Way and west of 10th Line. The total land area of the development is 24.5 hectares. It will be accessed by a new east-west road intersecting with 10th Line which extends west on the property. Both Lageer Drive and Byers Pond Way are to be ex-

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No time for red tape on housing Earlier this year, Statistics Canada released data from the 2016 census that indicated a long predicted, but nonetheless startling change had occurred in our country’s demographics. "From 2011 to 2016, Canada registered the largest increase in the proportion of seniors since Confederation. This acceleration of population aging is the result of the first baby boomers reaching the age of 65," StatsCan reported. "For the first time, the share of seniors (16.9 per cent) - the share they represent of the total Canadian population - exceeded the share of children (16.6 per cent). The increase in the proportion of seniors from 2011 to 2016 was the largest observed since 1871 - a clear sign that Canada’s population is aging at a faster pace." In our news feature Senior Tsunami, Metroland Media looked at this change and its implications on housing for the average senior. We defined average as the range from having no additional income from a company pension or RRSPs (surviving solely on CPP and OAS benefits), to having a retirement pension or savings. In short, we focused on housing solutions for the middle-class senior; the one who can’t afford the average monthly cost of $3,526 for an Ontario retirement home (in the GTA, it is more than $4,700), but does not qualify for government-assisted housing. We also used a projection by the province’s ministry of finance that shows the senior population in much of central Ontario will more than double in the next 25 years. The results were frightening. Although we have watched the baby boomers ascend the population triangle year after year, we are ill-prepared to provide housing alternatives to match their income level. Several in-depth reports by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation have forewarned of the impending crisis, but little in the form of solutions have taken shape. The province has been silent. In fact, we believe we are in a too-little, too-late situation for the Ontario government to show leadership on the issue of senior housing. We no longer have the luxury of time to meander the red tape of government. What we need are community-based, grassroots solutions. Ontario could offer surplus land or closed schools for senior housing developments. Municipalities, regional councils and provincial programs must collaborate to eliminate barriers, such as zoning and building bylaws, to pave the way for these alternatives. We need to work together to resolve this crisis. With 45,000 seniors across the country relying on food banks each month, we need to start today.

The Stouffville Sun-Tribune, published every Thursday, is a division of the Metroland Media Group Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Torstar Corporation. The Metroland family of newspapers is comprised of more than 100 community publications across Ontario.

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• LETTERS & COMMENTARY • Totem pole’s removal a missed opportunity Re: York board removing totem pole at Stouffville school after complaint, Sept. 29. A symbol gone, another missed opportunity. In 1974, my wife, Bernadine Mumford, a new teacher at Summitview Public School, engaged her Grade 6 class in an Indigenous study program (not on the curriculum). As part of this, the class, with much enthusiasm, carved a totem pole. It has stood proudly in front of Summitview since; a reminder of Indigenous peoples to those who note its presence. It provided a focal point of discussion for teachers who chose to use it. The class and Mrs.

Mumford received a congratulatory letter from Kleinburg’s McMichael Canadian Art Collection for enhancing awareness of native culture. Now, typically, a bureaucratic decision has been made to remove it. The visible presence of native symbols raise uncomfortable questions. It is better that the Indigenous community, as much as possible, remains invisible; this has been the traditional government/ bureaucratic approach to First Nations people. Pretend they do not exist, we will prevail through indifference. Wayne Mumford

ville council votes to dock mayor 30 days pay, Sept. 28. It’s not clear to me whether the integrity commissioner’s report was fair and unbiased. What is clear is that there are strong forces at work to undermine Mayor Altmann at every point and to hinder his reelection, should he be brave enough to run again. I find it shocking that council agreed to any form of contract with a firm that is suing our mayor. I hope he will not give in to the continued harassment. Blake Tufford

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Muskoka resident Shelley Raymond fought to create this shared ownership home in Bracebridge for her dad and other seniors. She owns a company called Solterra Co-housing and plans to open more shared ownership homes to meet the needs of a growing number of seniors.

Seniors housing crisis looms Municipalities and community residents shouldn’t wait for the province to take a lead. Solutions will be found in grassroots initiatives: urban planner SARA CARSON scarson@simcoe.com was born. Raymond has a background in real estate, her husband is a talented carpenter, and her dad was a top planner in Canada. They renovated the Bracebridge home and four seniors moved in, splitting ownership between them. But it wasn’t over. The plan sparked an uphill battle with the municipality, planners, lawyers and retirement homes. "I was pretty sure when I

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forward," Raymond said. Demand for shared home ownership is picking up substantially. Raymond helped create co-housing projects in Brechin, Port Perry, and Guelph. Solterra Co-housing Ltd. just put an offer on a house in Barrie. Shared home ownership is one solution. We need a variety of housing options and models to ensure baby boomers can

fund their own retirement. This will require innovation, planning, and bylaw and zoning changes. In this series, Metroland examines four options: cohousing with a stranger, cohousing with family, retiring up north in Elliot Lake and renovating your home to add accessible features with help from government grants. The Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) released a policy discussion paper in 2016 to recognize that the municipal sector is at the forefront of developing age-friendly communities, including affordable housing. Michael Jacek, a senior policy adviser, said AMO hasn’t come up with specific recommendations like shared home ownership, or co-housing. And they haven’t discussed bylaw and policy changes that may be required. "We’ve been operating more at a high-level to encourage people to do the age-friendly community planning. Creative solutions like that may be the result of some of these community plans," Jacek said. Urban planner John Lewis, an associate professor with the University of Waterloo’s school of planning, said there are municipalities, developers, and community groups facing the wave head on. He helped develop the province’s age-friendly planning guide. Lewis said top developers are leading the way with innovative housing solutions. "Once they have proven the market potential for that kind of housing stock, then generally the rest of the developers will follow suit," he said. Lewis said municipalities and community residents shouldn’t wait for the province to take a lead. Solutions will be found in grassroots initiatives, like Solterra Co-housing Ltd. "The feet on the ground literally consists of people who are residents of the communities driving these initiatives forward," Lewis said. l See page 26 for four housing solutions


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Stouffville tattoo artist impresses with his skills Is it a fashion or a fad? A quirk or a craze? Whatever the incentive, the art of tattooing is here to stay. At least in Stouffville. The results are visible everywhere. And no one is more cognizant of this trend than Ronnie MacPherson of the Way Cool Parlour, 6332 Main St. It’s one of two tattoo shops in town. The other, Depression Ink, is located close by but not associated. While never schooled in the art, Ron became interested in the profession while still a teen and was

the recipient of his own tattoo at age 14. For the last seven years, he’s been impressing others with his skill, the past four years in Stouffville. He also operates a second parlour in Richmond Hill. The interior of his Stouffville shop is strangely weird, but exceedingly immaculate. Dozens of tattoo designs line the walls. Patrons can choose any one of these or provide sketches of their own. While black would seem to be most popular, 15 attractive colours are also available at no extra charge. However, the

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NOTICE OF COMPLETION MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY BALLANTRAE-MUSSELMAN LAKE: LONG-TERM WATER SUPPLY TOWN OF WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE York Region has completed a Schedule B Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) study to establish the preferred solution to provide long-term water supply and storage, for the Ballantrae-Musselman Lake area, in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. York Region conducted a review of the long-term water supply and as a result of the review, has identified the preferred alternative to increase the water taking from 4580 m3 /day to 5420 m3/day by using the existing wells. This notice places the project file on the public record for public review and comment for 30 calendar days from October 5, 2017 to November 3, 2017. The project file is available for public review on York Region’s website, york.ca/EA and a copy is available at the following locations during regular business hours: The Regional Municipality of York Clerk’s Department 17250 Yonge Street Newmarket, ON L3Y 6Z1 Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville Clerk’s Office 111 Sandiford Drive Stouffville, ON L4A 0Z8 Accessible formats of the material are available upon request. This notice was first issued October 5, 2017. We invite you to read the report and direct written comments to: Shivan Narine, P.Eng., P.M.P Senior Project Manager The Regional Municipality of York 17250 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 6Z1 Toll Free: 1-877-464-9657 ext. 75370 Email: BallantraeWater@york.ca

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- Advertorial -

7 Signs You’re a Good Candidate for Senior Living

Ask yourself these questions to see if premium senior living at Amica is a good fit for you

Don’t worry that you’ll lose your green thumb, though: some residents like to help with light gardening.

Do you like your privacy? Amica residences are condo-like settings where all residents have their own studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom suites with your own bathroom.

Do you enjoy hobbies and pastimes? Since we handle groceries, meals, housekeeping, linen service, yard work and maintenance, you’ll have more time for socializing, keeping in touch with family, volunteering and more.

Do you value your independence and freedom? This is a big one. At Amica, you live each day your way, just like you would in your own home. You set your schedule, come and go as you please, decide what and when to eat, etc. Professional, caring staff are on call 24/7 if you need a hand. Do you appreciate good food? Amica’s dining room is like a restaurant where the servers are friendly, the food is delicious and nutritious and the menu changes every day. Every month you’ll get to select from 112 different entrees, 56 soups and 56 desserts! Our culinary teams also take requests and cook for special diets. Do you feel ready to hand over household maintenance? Seniors commonly choose Amica when they don’t want to cook and clean anymore or they’re finding it a challenge.

Do you like staying active? All Amica communities have fitness centres and exercise classes for a variety of abilities. And you don’t need to leave the community: the facilities are right on site. Do you like having fun things to do? It’s tough to find yourself bored at Amica: seniors enjoy events and outings organized by staff based on what residents in each community like to do. Examples may include happy hours, musical performances, guest lectures, excursions or shopping outings. There’s no pressure to join: all recreation programs are voluntary. Did you know you can try premium senior living to see if you like it? Book a visit at Amica.ca and ask about a trial stay.

EVENTS l Thursday, October 12 MBT Breakfast Networking WHEN: 7:15 a.m - 9:00 a.m WHERE: Station Creek Golf Club, 12657 Woodbine Ave., Whitchurch-Stouffville CONTACT: Erica Fraser, 289-844-3024, events@markhamboard.com, http://bit.ly/BKN_Oct2017 COST: Members: $27.50 + HST - NonMembers: $42.50 + HST Start your day by joining us for a delicious breakfast and meetand-greet with like-minded business owners and their teams.

Love to Sing, but Can’t Read Music? WHEN: 7:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m WHERE: St. James Presbyterian Church, 6432 Main St., Whitchurch-Stouffville CONTACT: Oriole Claxton, members@shoutsisterchoir.ca, https://www.shoutsisterchoir.ca COST: Choir dues Shout Sister! Choir is for you. This choir fills a need for inexperienced singers. Join us for a practice anytime with no obligation. Meditate with a Monk WHEN: 8:00 p.m - 9:00 p.m WHERE: Buddha Meditation Centre, 11175 Kennedy Rd., Markham CONTACT: The Buddha Meditation Centre, 905-927-

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Visit yorkregion.com/events to submit your own community events for online publishing. 7117, info@mahamevnawa.ca You get the chance to meditate and chant with a monk trained in the Theravada tradition. Instructions will be given. Suitable for all experience levels. l Friday, October 13 Language Cafe - Friday WHEN: 10:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m WHERE: The Bridge Church, 5440 16th Ave., Markham CONTACT: Radhika Chellaiah, 905-2946716, info@newtomarkham.com, http://newtomarkham.com/ language-cafes/ COST: These are informal drop-in opportunities where you can enjoy a beverage and snack while practicing English with fluent locals and other newcomers. l Saturday, October 14 17th Annual Stouffville Studio Tour WHEN: 10:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m WHERE: Various Studio Locations, Various Locations, Whitchurch-Stouffville CONTACT: WSStudioTour@gmail.com, http:// www.WSStudioTour.com COST: The 17th Annual Stouffville Studio

Tour is an event you don’t want to miss.Our members are all juried participants. Electronics Recycling Event Stouffville WHEN: 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m WHERE: Whitchurch-Stouffville Municipal Office, 111 Sandiford Drive, Whitchurch-Stouffville CONTACT: Lori McNaughton, 905-640-1910, http://calendar.townofws.ca/default/Detail/2017-10-14-1000-Electronics-Recycling-Event COST: Recycle your unwanted electronics! Electronics are banned from curbside collection, by bringing your electronics to our event, your items can be recycled! OktoberFair WHEN: 12:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m WHERE: Memorial Park, Memorial Park Whtichurch-Stouffville, Whitchurch-Stouffville CONTACT: sarah.farrant@townofws.ca COST: TBA Oktoberfest meets fall fair celebrations during this annual festival. Enjoy great food, entertainment, contests, music and more.

EMPOWERING FUTURE GLOBAL LEADERS

Pickering College’s Global Leadership Program strikes the ideal balance between challenging students to develop critical thinking and real-world life skills that can be applied to their university career and beyond.

Join us at our OPEN HOUSE

Wednesday, October 18 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (JK to Grade 11) FAMILIES OF STUDENTS IN GRADES 5-7 Please join us for a special session on our Middle School program, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

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16945 Bayview Avenue, Newmarket

Visit us at www.pickeringcollege.on.ca


OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2:00 - 4:00PM ~ 9 CLAUSFARM LANE, STOUFFVILLE

Gorgeous, Rarely Offered And Uniquely Designed Mattamy Towngate Model Located On Quiet Cul De Sac In Heart Of Stouffville. Over 2400 Sq.Ft Of Fully Loaded Space W/Lots Of Upgrades.9 Ft Ceiling & Maple Hardwood Floors On Main. Maple Staircases. Great Rm W/14 Ft Cathedral Ceiling & W/O To Balcony Over Looks Greenspace. Open Concept, Kitchen W/Stainless Appliances, Centre Island, Granite Countertops & Upgraded Cabinetry. Main Floor Laundry. Huge Master Bedroom With Glass Shower And Jetted Tub.

KELLY BURROWS* Off: 905-640-0888 Dir: 416-990-2682 Sutton Group Heritage Realty Inc.

STEVE KRSTINOVSKI*

416.464.5464

THE CONDO KING CondoKingMarkham.com Your Suite Service Provider Steve@CondoKingToronto.com Condo Plus Corp. Brokerage

MICHELLE GERRARD* Sales Representative mgerrard@royallepage.ca

905.940.4180

Sales Representative info@cudarealestate.com www.cudarealestate.com

905-889-9330

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2-4PM

Call Michelle Gerrard 647-226-0411 for more info today!!

Nik Dostanic*

Jason Yee Shui Sales Representative

416-229-4454 647-999-7809

11 Rosewell Crescent

Royal LePage Partners Realty Ltd., Brokerage*

Well maintained & beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath family home on a quiet street of Rouge Fairways. Spacious principal rooms inc master br w/ 5 pce ensuite, main flr fam room, large kitchen w/ granite & walk-out to deck & fenced yard. Convenient main flr laundry w/garage access. Close to schools, parks & amenities!

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GAIL FRANCIE SANDALL Sales Representative

905.477.0011 All Stars Realty Inc., Brokerage

Great house, great price, great neighbourhood. 2 Thomas Kinnear court Markham. Lovingly maintained & upgraded four bedroom home. Updated 3 pc ensuite & main bath. Eat in Paris kitchen, main floor family room with gas fireplace and walk out to patio. Hardwood floor thruout. Finished basement with rec room + 2 pce washroom. Nicely landscaped including sprinkler system Across from huge ravine and walking trails. Walk to school, playground, library + sports centre.

value! Call Nik for more info

Then you must see this one!!. The kitchen, baths, staircase with open risers, arched doorways, and exquisite wall/ceiling trim will all amaze you because they are truly EXCEPTIONAL! This new, custom built home is loaded!! A superb, stunning home near bus, schools, shops. Call for details. Outstanding opportunity!!

$938,000

Priced at $1,978,000

(85x110)! Walking distance to schools and shopping. Great 647-525-6456

Stacey

Stunning and beautifully maintained executive home in Markham’s prestigious Cachet community. Over 3700sqft, 4+3 Bedrooms, 6 Washrooms, 2 Kitchens, 2 Living rooms, 9ft Ceilings, Hardwood Floors, fully finished basement and much more. Book a private preview of this home today! Video Tour: www.11rosewellcrescent.com

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Picture Perfect! Stunning One of a Kind Custom 4 Bedroom Home with Inground pool in Sought After Sherwood Estates! Over 2500 sqft plus Finished Basement boasts Many Exceptional Features including its own Private Elevator & Wide fit Shower making it fully accessible! Custom Renovated Kitchen and Bathrooms! Direct Access to 2 Car Garage, Large 2nd floor Laundry Room! Harwood Floors throughout! Offering Exquisite Landscaping, Stonework, Patio & Deck, Inground pool! Enjoy View from Inside or Step Out into the Garden!! Floor to Ceiling Windows and Walk-outs brings Natural Light throughout!

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GO SOUTH & SAVE $$$ ON YOUR SUITE HOME Scarborough Town Centre Steps to shopping & L.R.T. Tridel-built. Spacious corner suite. Window i n k i t c h e n , 2 b e d ro o m s , 2 bathrooms, 2 views, balcony, parking, locker, wood floors, etc. 24 hr. security, fabulous recreation. ONLY $379K. Contact Condo King, Steve Krstinovski

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SHOWCASE

Markham Stouffville Richmond Hill Thornhill

LESLIE SANDS** Broker

905-889-2200

416-996-9392

www.staceykelenjian.com

WITH ME, YOU’RE NOT JUST A NUMBER! The Service you deserve and the Results that Move You! This Fabulous End Unit Townhouse Has So Much To Offer!! Premium Size Lot, Wrap Around Porch, Parking For 6 Cars. Beautiful Private Deck With New Hot Tub, Custom Kitchen, Stainless Steel App/Granite Counters, Glass Subway Tile Backsplash, Lg Island With Open Concept Layout Perfect For Entertaining. The List Goes On. Don’t Miss Out On This One

94 JONAS MILLWAY, STOUFFVILLE OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2-4PM, $799,000

137 WALKERVILLE, IN CORNELL, MARKHAM OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 2-4PM, $828,000

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Outstanding Lot First Time On The Market. This Meticulously Kept 1,932 Sq Ft 4 Bedroom Semi On A Beautiful Massive Fenced In Lot Offers Hardwood Floors, Quartz Counters, Oversized Sink, Breakfast Bar And Walkout To Deck. Family Room With Gas Fireplace, Large Window Overlooking Backyard. Finished Basement Which Offers A Kitchenette, Bedroom Plus 3Pc Washroom. Don’t Miss Out On This Gem!


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THE SYLVIA MORRIS TEAM #5 TEAMand IN CANADA

HOME OF THE WEEK

117 MAIN ST., UNIONVILLE

FOR SALE

One of a kind. Live on Historic Main Street Unionville. Approx. 2,949 sq. ft. of luxury. Huge lot. Award winning addition on back of home. Totally upgraded top to bottom. Professionally finished lower level. Home restored by European Masters.

#14 WORLDWIDE FOR CENTURY 21 CANADA 2016

SYLVIA MORRIS*

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2-4 PM FOR SALE

FOR SALE

GORD COWAN*

OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN 2-4PM 64 PETER STREET, MARKHAM

STEPHANIE ROBERT ATKINSON* LIANG*

Totally updated. Very desirable location on a premium 66 x 132 ft. lot with private mature landscaped backyard. Very large principle rooms. Fabulous in-law apt. perfect for nanny/in-law. Amazing in-ground salt-water pool & deck with skylight. $1,888,000

Serving Unionville, Markham, Richmond Hill, Stouffville and surrounding areas

Leading Edge Realty Inc., Brokerage

Cell: 416•705•7785 Office: 905•477•7785

OSHAWA Famous Wally’s World. Original owner since 1981. This 72-seat diner operates 24 hours and has a delivery service with liquor license. Great clientele. Durham College nearby. $229,000

FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

414 WILLIAMSON ROAD, MARKHAM

4 Bed, 4 Bath Dir/Cross St:Apple Creek/ Rodick Lovely Home At Beautiful luxurious detached home. Close to top ranking schools, Warden/Apple Creek, Walk To Unionville High School, Tenant To park & shops. Upgraded through-out. Move in condition. Central Pay All Utilities. No Smokers, No Pets. Air & 5 appliances included.

$2,400/MTH

FOR SALE

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 2-4PM 2 WOODSIDE COURT, MARKHAM

481 RUPERT AVE, STOUFFVILLE #220 1+1 BDRM $424,900 #414 1 BDRM $508,900

Beautiful Updated family Home with Huge Lot. Located in Prestigious Markham Village. Sought after court location.Walk to Reesor Park, School & Tennis Courts. Mins. to Markham High. Walkout to Inground Pool. Very Private Back Garden with Trees Galore. Professionally Finished Lower Level. $1,088,000

FOR SALE

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$2,500/MTH

11 ROYAL TROON CRESCENT, MARKHAM

Spectacular Custom Mansion In Prestigious Angus Glen Golf Community. Apprx 6124 Ft Of Living Space With Amazing Backyard Oasis With Salt Water Award Winning Pool & Waterfall. Fabulous Premium Lot. Custom Gourmet Chef’s Dream Kit W/Fireplace, Spectacular Master Ste On Main Floor W/ Retreat.Lower Level Rec & Games Rm,Wine Cellar,B/I Bar.Truly One of a Kind! $4,388,000

FOR SALE

143 LONGWATER CHASE, UNIONVILLE

Stunning home built by Monarch with very large lot. Located in prestigious Unionville. Walk to Main Street, top ranked Markville High. Professionally finished lower level. Spacious & bright. $1,688,000

246 MAIN STREET NORTH, UNIONVILLE

Spectacular Setting, Incredible View, Huge Lot! Backing Onto Too good Pond W/ Amazing View Of Pond In The Heart Of Unionville. Mins To Historic Main St, Art Gallery, Shops. Professionally Finished Lower Level. Note Lot Size: 48 Ft X 209 Ft. Customized Executive Home, Definitely One Of A Kind. $3,888,888

FOR SALE

48 ANGUS GLEN BLVD, MARKHAM

Highly desired Angus Glen East Village. Approx. 3,023 sq. ft. of luxury. Upgrades galore. 3rd story loft. Fabulous back garden with in-ground pool. Very desirable model. $1,988,000 Mins. to Main Street, Unionville.

COMING SOON TO MLS

40 PETER STREET, MARKHAM VILLAGE

Unbelievable Home!! Walk to Main St., Go Train & Shops in Markham Village. Spacious Lot 50ft x 132ft On One of the Most Desirable & Oldest Streets in Markham. Newer Detached Double Car Garage. Walk to Schools, Parks and Public Transit.

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Stunning “Fairgate” Home! Open Concept Gourmet Kit, Quartz Counters, Island, Open to Fam Rm. Cathedral Ceiling, Gas FP, MBR Retreat. BONUS Fin BSMT, Gas FP, Bath, Fabulous Floor Plan. Spotlesss!! Kim Reesor* or Jennifer Reesor*, 905-640-1200

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Well Maintained Sidesplit on 1.23 Acres, Trees, Privacy! Conveniently located in Goodwood. Easy Access to 404 & 407. Close to Lincolnville 60 Station! Call for details. Kim Reesor* or Jenny Reesor*

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Lovely 3 Br home on beautifully landscaped 63’ x 161’ lot. Hardwood floors thru-out, newly updated kit w/quartz counters + pine cabinetry. Partly finished bsmt. Truly a gem of a home. See it today with Jennifer Reesor*, 905-640-1200

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797 sqft Divided inot 5 offices, lunch rm, storage rm + reception. Ready to move in + start your business. $7.00/sqft + $5.50 TMI. Call Adele Gallo**, 905-640-1200

Fully rebuilt & reno’d 3bd home on prestigious Lloyd St. in Stouffville! Foam filled walls, new kit & baths + fin. bsmt! Too many upgrades to list! Call Joe Gallo* or Adele Gallo**, 905-640-1200

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NOMINATE YOUR FAVOURITES! The Stouffville Sun Tribune is on the lookout for the top local, independently owned businesses in our community, and once again, we need your help in finding them. Every year, our readers cast their votes for their favourite businesses. From restaurants to travel agencies, pet grooming to private schools, grocery stores to landscaping companies, and everything in between. This year you will be given the chance to nominate your favourite businesses! All nominees will appear in paper and online starting January 25, 2017 and you will then have the opportunity to vote for your favourites to win! This is your opportunity to let Stouffville’s diverse business community- as well as every household- know which local, independently owned retailers and service providers are leading the way. Nominees will be showcased in a special section of the newspaper in January.

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WHAT’S YOUR PLAN? Will you age in place, or downsize? Top questions to consider. Read more at tinyurl.com/ seniorstsunamiplan. Six years ago, Penstone’s daughter, Corrine, asked if she and her partner, Steven Gagnon, could move in to save money for a home. They also revealed they were expecting twins. The boys grew up in their grandparents’ house before the family moved to their own home. While there are challenges to having a multigenerational household, Penstone said the benefits have far outweighed the adjustments for his family. Read more at tinyurl.com/seniorstsunamimultigenhome. 3. OPEN YOUR DOORS Halton is taking an innovative approach to helping their aging population stay in their homes while also avoiding the social isolation that can come with growing old. Halton Region, in partnership with Halton Housing Help and the Burlington Age-Friendly Council, offers the Halton HomeShare program matches people who have a place to live, mostly seniors, with those

looking for housing. Discussions around housing and how it relates to seniors tended to focus on how a number of their aging residents wished to stay in their homes but were finding it difficult to maintain them without help. Read more at tinyurl.com/seniorstsunamihomeshare. 4. FUTURE RENOVATIONS Sandra and Dan Sexton are doing the kind of work on their North York home that usually comes much later in life. In their 40s, the couple is working with Ronny Wiskin, a specialist in home renovation for accessibility, through the Toronto-based Med+ Home Healthcare company. The company assists homeowners to modify environments using universal design principles - a seven-point checklist that balances esthetics and comfort with accessibility for people who might be confined to a wheelchair, or have other mobility issues. "It’s the design of products and environments that are usable by people of all abilities," Wiskin said. Read more at tinyurl.com/seniorstsunamiaccessible.


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GO Rail Network Electrification Transit Project Assessment Process Metrolinx and Hydro One, as co-proponents, have completed an Environmental Project Report (EPR) in accordance with Ontario Regulation 231/08 for the GO Rail Network Electrification Project. The Project

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As part of Regional Express Rail, Metrolinx is proposing to electrify GO-owned corridors. The GO Rail Network Electrification undertaking will entail design and implementation of a traction power supply system and power distribution components including: an Overhead Contact System (OCS) along the rail corridors, electrical feeder routes, and a number of traction power facilities located within the vicinity of the rail corridors. The Study Area (see key map) includes six GO rail corridors, as well as proposed locations for the traction power facilities (i.e., Traction Power Substations, Paralleling Stations, Switching Stations) and ancillary components: • Union Station Rail Corridor – UP Express Union Station to Don Yard Layover - No Traction Power Facilities • Lakeshore West Corridor – West of Bathurst St. (Mile 1.20) to Burlington - Including two (2) Tap locations, four (4) Traction Power Facilities, one (1) feeder route • Kitchener Corridor – UP Express Spur (at Highway 427) to Bramalea - Including one (1) Traction Power Facility, one (1) feeder route • Barrie Corridor – Parkdale Junction to Allandale GO Station - Including one (1) Tap location, four (4) Traction Power Facilities, one (1) feeder route • Stouffville Corridor – Scarborough Junction to Lincolnville GO Station - Including one (1) Tap location, three (3) Traction Power Facilities, one (1) feeder route • Lakeshore East Corridor – Don River Layover to Oshawa GO Station - Including one (1) Tap location, four (4) Traction Power Facilities, one (1) feeder route 30-Day Public Review – October 11 to November 9 The environmental impact of this transit project was assessed and an EPR prepared in accordance with the Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) as prescribed in Ontario Regulation 231/08 - Transit Projects and Metrolinx Undertakings (made under the Environmental Assessment Act). The EPR for the GO Rail Network Electrification is now available for a 30-day public review period starting October 11, 2017 on the project website (www.gotransit.com/electrification) and at the following locations: Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change Central Region Office Metro Toronto District Office 5775 Yonge Street, 8th Floor North York, ON M2M 4J1 tel: 416-326-6700 Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change Environmental Approvals, Access and Service Integration Branch 135 St. Clair Avenue West, 1st Floor Toronto, ON M4V 1P5 tel: 416-314-8001 / toll-free: 1-800-461-6290 Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Newmarket Public Library 438 Park Avenue Newmarket, ON L3Y 1W1 tel: 905-953-5110 Tuesday to Thursday: 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Downtown Barrie Public Library 60 Worsley Street Barrie, ON L4M 1L6 tel: 705-728-1010 Monday to Thursday: 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Pickering Library Central Branch 1 The Esplanade S. Pickering, ON L1V 6K7 tel: 905-831-6265 Monday to Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Brampton Library Chinguacousy Branch 150 Central Park Drive Brampton, ON L6T 2T9 tel: 905-793-4636 Monday to Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Scarborough Civic Centre Library 156 Borough Drive Scarborough, ON M1P 4N7 tel: 416-396-3599 Monday to Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Mimico Centennial Library 47 Station Road Etobicoke, ON M8V 2R1 tel: 416-394-5330 Tuesday & Wednesday: 12:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Oakville Public Library – Central Branch 120 Navy Street Oakville, ON L6J 2Z4 tel: 905-815-2042 Monday to Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Markham Public Library 3990 Major Mackenzie Drive East Markham, ON L6C 1P8 tel: 905-513-7977 Monday to Thursday: 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library 175 Mostar Street Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 0Y2 tel: 905-642-7323 Monday to Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Interested persons are encouraged to review this document and provide comments by November 9, 2017 to: James Hartley Manager, Environmental Programs and Assessment Metrolinx – GO Transit 20 Bay Street, Suite 600, Toronto, ON M5J 2W3 tel: 1-888-438-6646 e-mail: electrification@metrolinx.com www.gotransit.com/electrification

Patricia Staite Environmental Planner Hydro One Networks Inc. 483 Bay Street TCT12, Toronto, ON M5G 2P5 tel: 416-345-6799 e-mail: Community.Relations@HydroOne.com www.HydroOne.com/GORailElectrification

There are circumstances where the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change has the authority to require further consideration of the transit project or impose conditions on it. These include if the Minister is of the opinion that: • The transit project may have a negative impact on a matter of provincial importance that relates to the natural environment or has cultural heritage value or interest; or • The transit project may have a negative impact on a constitutionally protected Aboriginal or treaty right. Before exercising the authority referred to above, the Minister is required to consider any written objections to the transit project that he or she may receive within 30 days after the Notice of Completion of the EPR is first published. If you have discussed your issues with the proponent(s) and you object to the project, you can provide a written submission to the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change by no later than November 9, 2017 to the address provided below. All submissions must clearly indicate that an objection is being submitted and describe any negative impacts to matters of provincial importance (natural/cultural environment) or Aboriginal rights. Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change Environmental Approvals Branch Attn: Adam Sanzo, Project Officer 135 St. Clair Avenue West, 1st Floor Toronto, ON M4V 1P5 tel: 416-314-8001 / toll-free: 1-800-461-6290 fax: 416-314-8452 e-mail: EAABGen@ontario.ca All personal information included in a submission such as name, address, telephone number, email address, and property location – is collected, maintained and disclosed by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change for the purpose of transparency and consultation. The information is collected under the authority of the Environmental Assessment Act or is collected and maintained for the purpose of creating a record that is available to the general public as described in s. 37 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Personal information you submit will become part of a public record that is available to the general public unless you request that your personal information remain confidential. For more information, please contact the Project Officer or the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator at 416-314-4075. This Notice first issued on October 11, 2017.

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Public Meeting Notice Lincolnville Layover and GO Station Improvements Metrolinx, an agency of the Province of Ontario, is upgrading its commuter rail system into Regional Express Rail. The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) is now home to nearly 7 million people and heading towards 10 million by 2041. To address the urgent transit needs of the GTHA, the Province of Ontario committed to implement Regional Express Rail and make other improvements to the GO system. By 2025, electrified trains will be running every 15 minutes or better, all day and in both directions, within the most heavily travelled sections of the GO network. The Project Metrolinx is completing a Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) to support improved service on the Stouffville Rail Corridor with the addition of three layover tracks and enhancements to the existing Lincolnville station and layover infrastructure. As part of the Project, Metrolinx will review the effects of the layover expansion, including considerations for the needed upgrades and possible relocation of the existing GO Station facilities currently located at the Lincolnville Layover and GO Station site. Find Out More Metrolinx will assess the environmental effects of this transit project by performing an Environmental Assessment following the TPAP, as prescribed in Ontario Regulation 231/08 made under the Environmental Assessment Act. As part of the TPAP, an Environmental Project Report (EPR) is being prepared for public review and comment. Your participation is an important part of this process. You are invited to attend the Public Meeting listed below. The study team will be on hand to answer questions and receive your comments. Date: Time: Location:

October 26, 2017 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Ballantrae Community Centre, Room 1 5592 Aurora Road, Stouffville, ON L4A 7X3

Stay Connected Your feedback and community perspective are important. Residents, agencies and other interested persons are encouraged to find out more and ask questions at any time during the Project. For more information or to be added to the project mailing list, please contact: Georgina Collymore Senior Advisor, Environmental Assessment Communications & Community Relations Metrolinx 10 Bay Street, Toronto, ON M5J 2W3 tel: 416-202-4921 e-mail: lincolnville@metrolinx.com website: metrolinx.com/lincolnville When the TPAP formally begins, feedback and comments will be included in the final EPR that is presented to the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change for approval. Comments and information regarding this Project are being collected to assist in meeting the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act. All personal information included in a submission – such as name, address, telephone number and property location – is collected, maintained and disclosed by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change for the purpose of transparency and consultation. The information is collected under the authority of the Environmental Assessment Act or is collected and maintained for the purpose of creating a record that is available to the general public as described in s. 37 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Personal information you submit will become part of a public record that is available to the general public unless you request that your personal information remain confidential. For more information, please contact Georgina Collymore (contact information above) or the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change Freedom of Information and Privacy Coordinator at 416-327-1434.

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Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez composer le 1 888 GET-ON-GO (438-6646). Metrolinx is working to provide residents and businesses in the GTHA with a transportation system that is modern, efficient and integrated. Find out more about Metrolinx’s Regional Transportation Plan for the GTHA as well as GO Transit, PRESTO, and Union Pearson Express, divisions of Metrolinx, at www.metrolinx.com This notice first published on October 12, 2017.

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Stouffville Cares is saying a big thank you to its supporters.

Stouffville Cares is thankful! JIM MASON With Thanksgiving weekend upon us, the executive committee of Stouffville Cares would like to send out a big thank you to all of our supporters. Our community refugee sponsorship organization recently received a few surprise donations, which made our hearts full with gratitude and thanks. Our family, which arrived in Stouffville from Syria via Jordan in March 2016, is as fabulous as ever. The kids are all back at school after a summer of soccer and swimming and playing with their friends. Each day, we see that they need less assistance from Stouffville Cares and are managing quite well on their own. This independence is what we had all hoped for and we are thankful to see things falling into place, as they should. Although we have no news on when the extended family we hope to sponsor will arrive, we do know that as each day passes it means it is one day closer to us welcoming them into our community. We are hoping that three more families of relatives will soon call Stouffville their home and down the road we hope to help another member of the family move here, too. The refugee sponsorship application process is a lengthy and thorough process and it takes time and patience as we wait for any new updates. We have begun to realize that Stouffville Cares will be around for many years to come as we help our family and their relatives settle here in Canada. We are truly thankful to all our volunteers and to those who continue to donate to Stouffville Cares. There is always a need for ESL and homework volunteers so please let us know if you would like to help. We currently have enough furniture in storage for now but will most likely be looking for very specific items once the extended family arrives. May the colours of the fall leaves bring you much joy. Many thanks from Stouffville Cares! For more information, call 905-640-3151 or email info@stouffvillecares.ca.


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It was the night of the 2013 Superbowl when more than 2,000 gathered at Markham’s Le Parc Banquet Hall to party and gamble, allegedly illegally. The problem for the attendees was that hundreds of cops from six police forces, including York Regional Police, joined as part of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit to bust the illegal online gambling website Platinum Sports Book’s party in a spectacular fashion. Found that day were a trove of goods, according to police, including $1.6 million in cash, handguns, ledgers, bank statements and documents that police say belonged to criminal organizations. A financial audit of the seized betting records said between 2009 and 2013 PlatinumSB grossed more than $103 million. It allegedly used toll-free phones lines and website based in Costa Rica. Following the raid, 18 people were charged, a number of them from York Region. Among them was Bill Miller, a former member of Hells Angels. Last week, Miller was sentenced to 15 months behind bars. He is not the first man, who Justice Michael Brown said was in a "leadership role", to be punished as a result of PlatinumSB, according to The Toronto Sun. Gordon Baird, the "technical guru" behind the website police said was linked to the Mafia and Hells Angels, was given house arrest for 18-months and also paid a $400,000 fine in September 2016. Also sentenced was William Yu, from Thornhill, who was given a suspended sentence, a fine of $50,000 and 12 months probation. Two alleged Hells Angels’ associates of Baird, Andrew Bielli and Rob Barletta, also faced charges, but had different outcomes. Bielli was sentenced to 15 months in jail for committing an offence for a criminal organization while Barletta had his charges withdrawn. George Pandemenos, from Richmond Hill, Abraham Diles, from Stouffville, Vincenzo Russo, from Aurora, all had their book making and gambling charges withdrawn. Bing Gao, from Markham, also had his charges withdrawn.

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