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with special needs. The Liberal platform also revolves around the middle class, according to local candidate Dr. Jane Philpott. This includes cancelling income splitting and other tax benefits for the wealthy, building on the child tax benefit and investing in clean technologies. As a doctor for almost two decades in Stouffville and now Markham, Philpott has heard a lot about people’s problems and they’re not all medical. “There’s no better preparation for understanding the people of Markham-Stouffville than listening to them day after day for 17 years,” said Philpott, who opened her campaign headquarters in downtown Stouffville last winter. “In Markham-Stouffville if you’re looking for change, I’m really hoping you will look to me,” she said. The NDP have stated it is open to a coalition with the Liberals, but the Liberals are resistant to the concept. People may be clamouring for change, but incumbent and Conservative Paul Calandra said his party is staying the course by continuing to focus on the economy, safety and security. Between tax credits and grants, Calandra said a number of manufacturers in Markham have been able to transition to a new form of manufacturing, while the high-tech sector is rebounding. In Stouffville, the European Trade Agreement will give local farmers access to larger markets, according to Calandra. The home renovation tax credit will become permanent, which. he said, will benefit local small businesses. “Markham and Stouffville has weathered the global downturn really, really well,” he said. When Harper kicked off the election campaign this past Sunday, it became the longest, potentially the costliest and, according to Calandra, most likely the norm. “Democracy is expensive, for sure,” he said. “It’s important they’re done fairly and properly and there’s a cost,” Calandra said of elections. The only ones benefiting from the longer campaign is the Conservatives, according to Hines and O’Brien. “My true thought, the Conservative government, they’re trying to use their financial might to sway Canadians,” Hines said. “I don’t really think there’s a real justification for it, that bothers me as a taxpayer,” O’Brien said, adding the longer campaign only benefits the party with the most money and that is not the Greens. “We’re severely disadvantaged that way,” he said. All four candidates for Markham-Stouffville reside in Stouffville. With files from Torstar News Service

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New riding a lot smaller In 2013, the federal election riding boundaries were re-drawn. Oak Ridges-Markham was renamed Markham-Stouffville and re-aligned accordingly. The purpose of the re-alignment was to divide the province into electoral districts “as close to the average population as reasonably possible,” according to the Electoral Boundaries Re-Adjustment Act in late 2012. The new riding now consists of WhitchurchStouffville and a part of Markham lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said town with Hwy. 48; thence southerly along said highway to 16th Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to McCowan Road; thence southerly along said road to Hwy. 407; thence easterly along said highway to the Rouge River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the southerly limit of said town. In re-aligning the electoral boundaries from Oak Ridges-Markham to Markham-Stouffville, the voting population has gone from around 320,000 to somewhere between 110,000 to 120,000, according to MP Paul Calandra.

Even split The Conservatives and Liberals are currently sitting at two apiece when it comes to riding victories in the former Oak Ridges-Markham. The Oct. 19 election, complete with new boundaries for the Markham-Stouffville riding, will be the tiebreaker. Liberal Lui Temelkovski won in 2004 (51.73 per cent) and in 2006 (47.06 per cent). He defeated Conservative Bob Callow both times. Paul Calandra won for the first time in 2008 with 42.24 per cent of the vote. It was a narrow defeat over Temelkovski who earned 41.52 per cent of votes. Conservative Calandra once again beat out Liberal Temelkovski in 2011, this time with a much larger margin. Calandra earned 51.12 per cent of the votes, while Temelkovski garnered 28.26 per cent.

Green candidate at home It wasn’t until his parents got involved with the Markham-Unionville Green Party did Myles O’Brien contemplate his own interest in politics. The Stouffville resident ran for the provincial Green Party in Markham-Unionville in 2011 and 2014. Long-term, he said he wanted to run in the municipality where he lives, hence, his decision to run for the federal Greens this election. O’Brien felt his strengths – listening, understanding and getting to know people – transferred well into politics. Before earning a masters degree in environmental studies from York University and taking a job with the Town of Richmond Hill in its environmental division, O’Brien spent a year as a musician in Vancouver and two years teaching and travelling in Mexico with his wife Geetha. They also lived and worked at an organic farm near Erin, Ont. and travelled through India. They moved to Stouffville seven years ago and have three children. O’Brien is a director of the WhitchurchStouffville Community Energy Co-operative Board and was a founding committee member of the Downtown Stouffville Farmers’ Market. – Sandra Bolan

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he grounds east of the Stouffville Arena were a three-ring circus of the best variety. After one of the toastiest days of 2015, Stouffville was outdoors and letting the evening cool off with it. The bright, beautiful tennis courts were lit up and full. Both soccer pitches were alive, thanks to an orderly practice and a spirited game. The Franklin-Connell Track, despite complaints about its resurfacing last year, was home to a wide variety of users. From the young couple doing sweaty wind sprints to the dog walkers moving at a much slower gait. The common denominator was family: • Mom, dad and three kids sharing one of the tennis courts. The parents passing on the game they clearly love and play at a high level to their little ones, including the one still getting a handle on holding a racket. Playing in the Rogers Cup is still a few years away. • The grandparents strollling with the grandkids, including one in a pram, sharing an activity they all can enjoy. Together. (On the track built by volunteers when the public school board said no to paying for one.) • The dad working with his son and daughter on their soccer skill set behind a net. Back-to-school sales are with us. Retailers are rolling out winter wear. Halloween costumes and Santa suits can’t be far behind. But fear not, you have weeks of summer remaining to savour. And a month of events and activities to take in that are largely free of charge – if you don’t consider paying taxes to multiple levels of government as a fee. A sampling? Weather permitting, join thousands of your neighbours in Stouffville Memorial Park

Off The Top with Jim Mason for the third annual ribfest beginning tomorrow. Just follow your nose to the sweet scent of sizzling barbecue. The weekend will also include a variety of live music, from country to jazz, in the new bandshell, where the outdoor pool stood. How about a weekly music series hosted out of the facility, similar to the ones held in communities across the GTA? The tribute bands playing Thursday nights in downtown Unionville draw large crowds. Why not here, too? Stouffville’s Friday movie nights are already a hit – although they move to the train station parking lot this week to accommodate ribfest. (Tomorrow’s feature film is Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, for fans of that genre.) The popular Food Truck Frenzy series may be over for this summer, but downtown Stouffville will be closed to vehicles and alive with pedestrians and Latin dancers again Aug. 20 during Moonlight Madness and Inside WS. For quieter times, hit the trails of south Stouffville and the York Region forest north of Ballantrae. Fill your phone with photos. Review them during a snow day in February. Enjoy. Jim Mason is editor of The Sun-Tribune. Follow him on Twitter @stouffeditor

What “surprise” is there in this early call, or in characterizing this election as a race between three party leaders? None! In the dog days of summer, I can appreciate the Toronto Star’s effort to generate excitement about an election that could put a new name-plate on the prime minister’s office. However, one hopes that the conversations sparked by the Star and media will dwell less on personalities and far more on Canada’s future. To begin with, it would be nice not to ask whether to vote for Justin or Tom for “real” change, since this would only split the vote and possibly let Stephen sneak through – yet again! Instead, the media should focus on the real issue of Canada’s future trajectory, less on the fiscal deficit the Tories are leaving us and more on the democratic deficit that has ballooned under their stewardship. How

Library ready to work with council Re: Library expansion not large enough, councillor tells colleagues, July 23, and Seniors, library ready to move into expanded locations, July 30. During the past seven years, there have been discussions and preliminary studies and plans drawn up to give effect to a muchneeded expansion of the library facility in Stouffville. At its July 21 meeting, town council approved the outline for this long-awaited expansion and this was confirmed by the town’s CAO, Marc Pourvahidi, in several statements to the media in Stouffville. I met recently with the town’s CAO and in a constructive and informative manner was able to have a full understanding of the process going forward and to clarify some of the different space numbers being quoted. Based on the aforementioned developments, the library board now understands that it will have the following space allocation: • a library facility of 32,715 gross square feet, consisting of 14,115 gross square feet of existing space and 18,600 of expansion space; • an allocation of 1,310 gross square feet for common and shared utility/mechanical space; • an allocation of 275 gross square feet for periodic usage of the multi-purpose rooms at the expanded Whitchurch-Stouffville Leisure Centre; and • storage space of 300 gross square feet at an offsite facility. While this facility is intended to serve a population of 55,000 projected for 2021, the board had hoped there would be planning

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further ahead, at least to consider the population anticipated by 2025. However, we are cognisant of the financial constraints currently facing the town, those being a new corporate debt management policy and slower than projected population growth resulting in reduced development charge revenue, and accept this as the best solution for us at this time.

However, we are cognisant of the financial constraints currently facing the town, those being a new corporate debt management policy and slower than projected population growth. The board very much appreciates the efforts of council in its commitment to an expansion of the library and is fully prepared to work with council and town staff in partnership as part of the appointed project steering committee in ensuring this dream of an expanded library will be finally realized by 2017. This will be a major accomplishment not only for the library’s 24,705 members who borrowed 267,850 items and the 24,540 attendees who participated in 1,327 programs offered (2014 year-end statistics), but also for the entire Whitchurch-Stouffville community.

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The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville is going paperless, when it comes to council meeting agendas, reports and minutes. As of September, the agendas/reports/minutes will only be available in hard copy upon request. Otherwise, people can follow along on their tablets or smartphones while in the council chambers. “We recognize we need to make things available in different formats,” Ken Turriff, spokesperson for the town, told The Sun-Tribune. Going paperless will save the municipality 100,000 sheets of paper a year, according to Mayor Justin Altmann, who made the announcement at the start of the July 28 council meeting. On average, town staff produces 25 agenda packages per council and public meeting. There are 250 pages, double-sided, per package and there are roughly 20 meetings a year, according to Altmann. The annual cost of paper alone, according to Turriff, ranges from $930 to $1,410. Along with trees, going paperless will save on staff time spent reproducing the agendas/minutes/reports as well as photocopier maintenance and ink. The first council meeting in September is on the 1st at 7 p.m.

$100,000 entrance sign questioned Spending $100,000 on a decorative municipal display sign at Hwy. 404 and Stouffville Road is “a total waste of money,” according to Mayor Justin Altmann. Currently, Whitchurch-Stouffville only has a “lower tier basic” highway sign at the municipality’s southern limit. The sign will face northbound Hwy. 404 traffic and be south of Stouffville Road but north of the exit. “It is the only spot left. But if we still had all the options, I would still choose this one,” Marc Pourvahidi, the town’s CAO told The Sun-Tribune. Aurora and Newmarket have constructed their municipal entry signs on Whitchurch-Stouffville property at Aurora Road and Mulock Drive respectively. Whitchurch-Stouffville’s highway exits are Stouffville Road, Bloomington Road, Aurora Road, Mulock Drive and Davis Drive. But this is not an exit sign. “It’s a destination sign,” Pourvahidi told The Sun-Tribune. “Maybe people pass by but at least they know there’s a town,” he said. Town staff presented council with four preliminary options for the eight-foot-by-12-foot sign last month. Two of the designs that caught the eye of council included silhouettes of a church, clock tower and grain elevator. “A shout-out to our non-existent grain elevator,” Councillor Hugo Kroon noted. Kroon, who initiated the sign back in April, said last month it would show “a certain amount of pride in our town” and “tell people Whitchurch-Stouffville is on the map.” Councillor Ken Ferdinands admitted he was “a little lukewarm” to the idea. The mayor, however, was ice cold to it. “So we’re going to turn down a food bank in the back (of the municipal building), which is 1,500 square feet and we’re going to build, for $100,000 a sign that is 12 feet by two feet. I have a bit of a problem with it,” he said during the July 28 council meeting. “I really think $100,000 will go back into the community a lot better,” he said. Kroon noted he has already spoken to local businesses about helping offset the cost of the sign, which was something Councillor Iain Lovatt was happy to hear. It also appeared, upon hearing this, Altmann warmed up a little more to the idea, adding fundraising can also help pay for the sign. – Sandra Bolan

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he year was 1987. The location was Stouffville’s Royal Canadian Legion, then on Ninth Line North. The event, hosted by Branch 459, celebrated the Easter Seal campaign. And the auditorium was packed, people enjoying refreshments and fellowship. However, the buzz of conversation turned suddenly silent when a 10-year-old girl stepped to the platform and commenced singing a Patsy Cline favourite, I Fall to Pieces. “Who is she?” some folks asked. “What’s her name?” “It’s Lawnie Wallace,” others confirmed. “She’s from Ballantrae.” At the selection’s conclusion, walls echoed to approving applause. “More, more, let’s hear more,” came the calls. And the soloist gratefully responded, leading to the undivided agreement a star had been born. That was 28 years ago. An update is long overdue. The promising little girl of 10 is now a vivacious young woman of 38, about to open a brand new chapter to an auspicious

Roaming Around with Jim Thomas career. On Tuesday, she’ll launch a highly anticipated album, the second of her career. It’s entitled The Lost Years and includes 12 tracks of songs. Its introduction will take place between 7 and 9 p.m., within the quaint inner-city site of Toronto’s Liberty Village. Lawnie will a sing several album selections. As expected, autographed purchases can be made on location. They’ll also be available via her website as well as on Twitter, Instagram, Google and Youtube. The album has been two years

in the making, explains Lawnie. Each song is an original and independently written including the title tune. “In it, my heart cries out,” she says. Another, labelled Sweet One, relates to the family’s deceased but treasured dog Zeppelin. She describes her music as organic country rock. Lawnie’s initial album, Thought I Was Dreaming, was recorded in Nashville. Its release was an event she’ll never forget. “When I first heard it on my car radio, I indeed thought I was dreaming,” she remembers with a deft take on the title. In Canada, it was among hit parade’s top 10 with a single from it hitting No. 8. One of two in the family of Bill and Kathy Wallace, Lawnie attended Ballantrae Public School and Stouffville Secondary. “I had a really good childhood,” she said. English and drama were favourite subjects. She vividly recalls singing at a high school Christmas concert. Later, she performed locally at Stouffville’s Strawberry Festival, the Stouffville Country Market, Nineteen on the Park, Success Square and St. James Presbyterian Church. On one occasion she teamed up

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Lawnie Wallace will release her second album in Toronto next week. with former Stouffville resident Grant Fullerton of Lighthouse fame. In 1996, she was the recipient of Whitchurch-Stouffville’s coveted Music Town, Ontario award. A sad time, she recalls, was the passing of her grandfather, her grandmother and her uncle. She sang at their funerals. “Those experiences, while distressing, brought me back to my purpose,” she notes. In 1993, Lawnie won a vocal competition at Newmarket’s Upper Canada Mall and a year later found herself front and centre when upand-coming country music star Shania Twain appeared on the same stage. “She (Shania), was and still is such a normal person, even humble,” she says. “She’s taken country music to a whole new level.” To this day, however, Patsy Cline remains her idol.

But no more so than her father. “My dad has always been my mentor,” she says. “He’s kept me grounded.” She’s hopeful that on an anticipated third album, they can perform several songs together. While currently residing in Toronto, Lawnie spends much of her time at Ballantrae. “I stay in touch with my roots,” she says. “I know where I am, where I’ve been and where I’m going. And I’ll never forget where I’m from.” Although big-city life can be exciting, there’s no place like home, she claims. Equally exciting will be the launch of her brand new album. “I can’t wait,” she said. Jim Thomas is a Stouffville resident who has written for area newspapers for more than 60 years.

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Half of the summer is already over or there is another half of summer left. No matter which way you look at, next month we all go back to our regular schedules. To help send summer off with a blast, Moonlight Madness and Inside WhitchurchStouffville takes place Aug. 20 along Main Street from Market Street to Park Drive. This year’s theme is once again Latin Night. The street, which will be closed, will be filled with Latin dancers and roaming entertainers as well as clowns and face painters. This event, more than others, brings out a largely local contingent, many of whom catch up with friends and neighbours they haven’t seen all summer, according to Anna Rose, downtown co-ordinator for the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. About 35 not-for-profit organizations will be set up along Main Street, with information on who they are and what they do. Information on volunteering is also available. “It’s important (residents) know the

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5 oz Pkg

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1lb Tub

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NI

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Per lb. 15.41/kg

Tomato & Basil Turkey Breast

$ 29

2

100g

Old Fashion Ham

$ 29

1

100g

NI

100% Pork, Traditionally Raised

Pork Shoulder Blade Chops • Antibiotic Free • Hormone Free • Vegetable Grain Fed

EASY CARRY BAG

$ 49

2

10

Schneiders

GA

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Per lb. 5.49/kg

$ 99

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Fresh, Ontario

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THE BUTCH

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$ 29

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$ 49

1

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* FINANCING UP * TO 36 MTHS LEASING UP TO 39 MTHS

2015 COROLLA CE $

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$

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1,000

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*Grad Program: Get $1000 allowance towards the purchase or approved lease of a vehicle from SCION’s stellar line-up. Graduates of leased or purchase from eligible high schools, colleges, CGEP, and universities with in the past 4 years can take advantage of these exclusive savings from APRIL 2015 TO SEPT 2015. See Markville Toyota or www.scion.ca for complete details.”

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70,350 km • Stk #33272U

15,598 km • Stk #33223U

13,988

SALE $

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2012 TOYOTA CAMRY LE V6

15,995

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33,177 km • Stk #33220U

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23,888

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37,995

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$ 99

3

320g

Organic Salad Dressing

$ 99

1

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Barese Style Sausages

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Per lb. 13.21/kg

100% Lamb, Traditionally Raised

$ 69

• Hormone Free • Antibiotic Free • 100% Grass Fed

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$ 99

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8 Pcs California Roll & 8 Pcs Salmon Roll

$ 99

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Pkg

250ml

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$ 99

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12x100g

150g

499

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$ 99

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$ 99

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125-200g

$ 69

Cod Fillets

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$2.50

Yogourt

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$

Crackers

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Pure Maple Syrup

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$ 99

$ 49

Chocolate Croissants

2

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3

6” Pie

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Oakrun Farms

Plain Crumpets

$ 69

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$ 99

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Strawberry Rhubarb Lattice Pie

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300-375g

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Jakeman’s

$ 49 SAVE

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$ 99

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$ 99

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Beatrice

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$ 99

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Pasta

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86

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Kennedy Rd.

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Worker injured on Ninth Line A construction worker suffered serious injuries after being struck by a pylon between Stouffville and Markham Friday. Around 8 a.m., a transport truck, believed to be going northbound on Ninth Line, struck a large pylon at Elgin Mills Road, which then hit a male road crew worker, leaving him in serious condition, according to York Regional Police. The driver of the transport truck did not stop at the scene of the incident, police said. “The driver may not have even known any of this happened,” said Const. Andy Pattenden. The road worker is expected to survive, according to police. York police is asking anyone with information to cal1-866-876-5423, ext. 7704. – Sandra Bolan

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A Richmond Hill man was charged with stunt driving in the Preston Lake area of Whitchurch-Stouffville during the long weekend. Officers clocked a BMW Z3 at 165 km/h in a posted 60 km/h zone on Bloomington Road between Woodbine and Warden avenues, according to York Regional Police. To go along with the charge, a 27-year-old man had his sports car impounded for seven days. He was one of two drivers charged with stunt driving over the long weekend in York Region. Seventeen other drivers were charged with impaired and dangerous driving, according to police. Excessive speed has consistently been the greatest contributing factor in many fatal col-

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BMW going 105 km/h over limit: police lisions on York roads, according to police. When contacting police to report speeders, try to note the vehicle’s location, direction of travel, make, model, licence plate number and driver description. Street racing is dangerous, unlawful and puts innocent people at risk of injury or death. The real finish line may be court, fines, jail, vehicle seizure and the loss of driving privileges, hospital or morgue, say police. Anyone with information is asked to contact York Regional Police at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7541 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222tips. You can leave an anonymous tip at www.1800222tips.com or text it to CRIMES (274637) starting with the word YORK. – Sandra Bolan

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There’s s house under this tree at Musselman’s Lake, said Mike Feld, who shot the photo on Cedarvale Boulevard Monday.

DURING AND AFTER Left, Gaetano La Marca shot this photograph of the powerful storm near Harper’s Gateway and Hoover Park Drive in south Stouffville Sunday. Right, Kathi Culley’s photo shows a tree from a neighbour’s home that fell into the yard of her mother, Helen Culley, on Spring Street Sunday night. Mom’s name Helen Culley

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Christ Church Stouffville 345 Glad Park Ave. Stouffville 905-640-6954

Weekend Masses Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 9:00 am, 11:00 am High School Youth Ministry Nights To resume in September

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Anglican Church of Canada 254 Sunset Blvd., 905-640-1461 www.stouffvilleanglican.ca Sunday, August 9th 10:00am Morning Prayer & Church School Wednesday, August 19th 6:00pm Lay Readers’ Evening Prayer & BBQ Bring a salad or dessert to share Save the Date: Saturday, September 19th 17th Annual Golf Tournament at Spring Creek Golf Club

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Sunday, August 9 Service of Worship led by Yvonne Hurst 10:00 a.m.

Sunday, August 16

Service of Worship led by Jim & Jean Thomas 10:00 a.m. Appreciation It was a privilege for the St. James’ congregation to again host a combined summer service. May this close co-operation continue for many years to come.

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

Sunday, August 9, 2015 10:00 am: Worship Service

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Sunday Service @ 10 am

Sunday Service 10:30am

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SPORTS Sharks hope to bite into Ontario championship The Stouffville Sharks peewee boys’ under-14 selects have been making their presence felt on the softball diamond in July and currently ride a 10-game winning streak that includes two tournament titles. The first tournament took place in St. Catharines, where the Sharks reeled off four round-robin victories and then advanced to the final, where they routed Topham Park 17-4 in a game that saw the thermometer hover near 35 Celsius. The Sharks had strong pitching led by Evan Farrell, Mathew Offen and Spencer Krabi and the offence was a well-balanced attack led by some monstrous hitting from Braden Smith combined with fast base running by Jack Smalley and Scott Hoover. During the final, head coach Steve Hopkins strategically rotated catchers’ Liam Clements, Aidan Hopkins, Nick Brandon

and Aidan Kilpatrick to keep them fresh due to the extreme heat. Offen was also voted the tournament’s most valuable player for his stellar pitching performance when called upon. In their second tournament, hosted at Georgina, the Sharks claimed the title after they once again faced Topham Park and came out with a dramatic 7-6 win. In the finale, Topham Park was up by one run in the bottom half of the final inning and Stouffville, with two outs, had Krabi at the plate. Krabi proceeded to hit a double, scoring Sam Roy from second base to tie the game. The drama didn’t end there as Farrell then hit a single and third base coach Mike Clements feverishly waved Krabi home to score the winning run and win the tournament. The Sharks play in the Topham Park tournament Saturday and then head to Unionville the following weekend for the provincial championships.

Spirit grad inks AHL contract Spirit pre-season schedule set

By Michael Hayakawa

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Josh Chapman caught the attention of the Buffalo Sabres’ management when he took to the ice at a recent camp. What the 20-year-old Stouffville resident and former Stouffville Spirit defenceman did warranted him a contract with their American Hockey League affiliate Rochester Americans, who inked him to a one-year, two-way contract, the AHL club announced last week. A six-foot, four-inch, 214-pound defenceman, Chapman played the last three seasons with the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Hockey League. Last season with the Sting, Chapman amassed eight assists in 44 regular season contests. During the 2013-14 season, he set career-highs in goals (one), assists (11), points (12) and penalty minutes (154). Chapman played with the Spirit during the 2011-12 campaign, which saw the club capture the Ontario Hockey League title. In the postseason that year, he added two goals and eight assists in 25 contests.

With the 2015-16 Ontario Junior Hockey League regular season campaign just around the corner, the Stouffville Spirit will commence their main training camp Aug. 17 at the Stouffville Arena. They will play six pre-season tilts starting Aug. 22 on the road against the Lindsay Muskies starting at 2:30 p.m. The following day, the Spirit are scheduled to play the Pickering Panthers at the Ajax Community Centre at 3 p.m. The Spirit’s first home preseason tilt is slated to be against Lindsay at the Stouffville Arena Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m. The Spirit will then play a rare double header at home Aug. 29, against the St. Michael’s Buzzers at 1 p.m. and at 7:30 p.m. with the Pickering Panthers. The Spirit will conclude their exhibition schedule in Toronto against the St. Michael’s Buzzers Aug. 30 at 2 p.m. The club is scheduled to start the regular season against the Toronto Junior Canadians at the Stouffville Arena on Labour Day, Sept. 7, at 2:30 p.m.

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Sunday, Aug 9, from 10am until 3pm, at 31 Lady Diana Court, Gormley The estate sale of a smoke free and pet free home continues. New stock has been added to our content sale. Furniture, art, china, gardening tools, Crystal, exercise equipment and much more. Sale is cash only. Items sold as is.

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BOOKKEEPER for utility contractor at Hwy#7/Dufferin area. Extensive bookkeeping, Excel, collection experience required (minimum 5 years Canadian experience). Must have own car.

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DATA ENTRY & OTHER CLERKS required for DST Output Canada in Markham. PC skills, 40wpm accurate, high school minimum. Special Handling: Manually package output etc. Both positions required good articulation in English, ability to lift 25lbs regularly, shiftwork, attention to detail hr@dstoutput.ca

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• Heavy Packaging • Spice Packer Heavy lifting and good communication Skills required. Must be able to read and write English. Please email resume and or work experience to Dave: dsmith@hortonspicemills.com

St. Mark’s Catholic Parish, a vibrant community is seeking an organist to fill the position for the 11 am Mass and one weekly rehearsal. The St. Mark’s Choir SATB one of the two choirs is the main choir at the parish. St. Mark’s has a Baldwin two manual rockertab console electric organ. The successful candidate must be proficient organist and accompanist. The rehearsals are on Thursdays from 7:30 to 9:15 pm. The choir sings traditional hymns, sacred classic chorals, and liturgical contemporary songs. The candidate will have a profound knowledge of traditional Catholic music and liturgy and the ability to be flexible and work with others and church staff. The organist will work directly with the Music/Choir Director and under the overall leadership of the Pastor. Remuneration will be in accordance with the appropriate qualification and experience. The closing date for an application is October 16, 2015. Please mail your CV to: Bibiana L’Abbe, Music Director, 345 Glad Park Ave., Stouffville, ON. L4A 1E4, or by e-mail: stmarksoffice@bellnet.ca

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Also, DZ DRIVER required for junk removal company. Hourly wages. Paid weekly.

Call John 416-457-2154

Forward resume to: Ballantrae Golf Club Fax: 905-640-9481 info@ballantraegolfclub.com

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RESTAURANT MANAGER To plan, direct and evaluate the operation of restaurant. To properly evaluate the customers complains, queries & give them a proper, in-time solutions. Responsible for hiring and training for new staff. Plan budgets and authorize expenditures. To associate with other team members in performing different day to day tasks. Salary: Minimum C$ 19.50 per hour. Full time permanent position at Subway, 1076 Hoover Park Dr, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 0K2 Qualification: Completion of college is required. Contact at: patelbrijesh020@gmail.com

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P-15-142 Pre-Qualification of General August 27, 2015 Contractors for Leslie Street and 1:00 p.m. (local time) St. John Sideroad Improvements The Request for Pre-qualification (RFPQ) is open to all General Contractors who wish to be considered as a pre-qualified General Contractor to undertake the construction of the Proposed Works. The Region intends to issue a Request for Tender for the St. John’s Sideroad improvements and widening between Bayview Avenue and Highway 404, and the Leslie Street improvements and widening construction between Don Hillock Drive and Broughton Lane, as one comprehensive tender package by the end of 2015. The Request for Pre-Qualification (RFPQ) documents are available for download from the Region’s Bids & Tenders website at http://bids.york.ca. There is no charge for this document. All Bidders must log into their account and register for the RFP before they can download the RFP documents. There is no cost to set up an account in the Region’s Bids and Tenders System. The RFP documents will be available on or after August 6, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. All Addenda will be issued on the Bids & Tenders website. All Queries regarding the RFP documents shall be directed to Jamie Oakley, CPPB, Senior Purchasing Analyst, Supplies and Services Tel: (905) 830-4444 ext. 71609 Email: jamie.oakley@york.ca. Please state the document number when inquiring about this RFPQ. If you require accommodations due to a disability please contact York Region Supplies & Services at 905-830-4444 EXT 71900 or email purchasing@york.ca. Bidders are advised that, unless otherwise permitted by the Region’s Purchasing By-Law, no bid shall be accepted from, nor shall any contract be awarded to, any Bidder with whom the Region is engaged in unresolved litigation. A list of the Bidders that submitted proposals will be provided upon request after 2:30 p.m. on the date the RFPQ closes.

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BATHURST/ RUTHERFORD2 bedroom basement. Big & bright, separate entrance. Newly renovated, cable, new appliances, laundry, parking. $975. Non-smoking/ pets. 905-508-5799 CUTE APARTMENT! Basement. 2 Bdrms. Sep. Entrance. Laundry. Prking. Stouffville. Close to Go. No Pets. $775/mnth.+ utilities. 416-991-9275 ELGIN MILLS/ YONGE 1 Bachelor basement apartment, $650 inclusive. Available immediately. Also 1 bedroom basement apartment. Available September 1st. $950 inclusive. Separate entrance, close to transit/ amenities. Non-smoking/ pets. 905-508-2999 MARKHAM- ELSON. Elegant 2 bedroom +den basement, separate entrance. $1100 inclusive. Non-smoking/ pets. Couples preferred. 2 plus. Immediately. References required. 416-710-5493, 416-578-8385. MARKHAM RD/STEELES Ave E- renovated, large, bright 2 bedroom. Shared /laundry, a/c, separate entrance, steps to TTC, amenities. Hydro/water included. Non-smoking/pets. Sept. 1st. References $995. (905)472-8282, 416-708-8282, mohdshahzad@rogers.com MCCOWAN/16TH, 2 bedroom basement apartment, separate entrance, own laundry, 1 parking. Close to TTC and schools. Non-smoking/pets. Available immediately. $900 inclusive. 905-294-2276.

STOUFFVILLE2 bedroom next to GO Station. $1200+ utilities. 905-640-3549/ 905-832-8964

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BUR OAK/ Ninth Line 2 bedroom basement, big kitchen/bathroom, separate entrance, laundry, parking. Non-smoking/pets $1000 negotiable Immediately. 905-201-2254, 647-406-0332

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MARKHAM ROAD/ Steeles, 3 bedroom 2 story fully detached house, available immediately . 5 appliances. No pets. First/last, references, credit check. 905-294-2494. WATERFRONT, KESWICK, CANAL, 50’ boat docks, renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, brand new appliances, patio, 4 parking, beautiful sunset view on the lake. 350 meters to the lake. 1100 sqft. $1690. 647-802-0089.

RAYMERVILLE/ MCCOWAN, near hospital Large 1 bedroom basement, separate entrance, parking. Available immediately. $900. 905-471-7183

YONGE/ MAJOR Mackenzie- 2 bedroom house on a big lot. All appliances. Near GO Train. Available Immediately Tony 416-219-8660, 416-817-3269

OLDE MARKHAM Village- 1 bedroom ground level, 1 parking, suits single. Non-smoking/pets. Available September 1st. $950 inclusive. 647-628-8318

Condos for Rent

Condos for Rent

MARKHAM/ 16TH- 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Greenpark luxury condo, concierge, indoor parking, balcony, terrace, appliances, fitness room, party room. September 1st. $1650+. 416-704-3909, 905-294-0232

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Houses for Rent

MCCOWAN/ DENISON- Newly renovated 1 bedroom basement apartment, separate entrance, 1 parking, laundry. Non-smoking/pets. Near public transit. Available immediately. (905)940-2442

RICHMOND HILL Bayview/Major Mackenzie Bachelor and 2 bedroom apt in building. References a must. Sept./ Oct. Call 905-883-0544 between 9am-8pm

Sealed Proposals, clearly marked with the RFP Number, Description of the Project, and the Legal Company Name of the Bidder will be received by the Director of Supplies & Services at the address below. Late bids will NOT be accepted. THE LOWEST OR ANY PROPOSAL NOT NECESSARILY ACCEPTED

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MARGARET ANN RADFORD Passed away peacefully at the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie on Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 in her 83rd year. Beloved wife of the late Jack. Dear mother of Richard (Valerie) of Red Lake, Bonnie Whitehouse (Ken) of Barrie, Mark (Irene), of Madoc and Scott (Barb) of London. Loving grandmother of Richard (Wendy), Eric, Chris (Tanya), Holly (Nick), Ali, (Tony), Kim (Sean), Cindy (Michael), Anthony (Heather), Michael, Joseph and 11 great-grandchildren. Survived by her sisters Shirley Gordon of Uxbridge and Gina Warner (Jim) of Elliot Lake. Predeceased by her sister Evelyn Gillies. Cremation has taken place. Friends may call at the JENNETT FUNERAL & CREMATION CENTRE, 152 Bradford Street in Barrie (705-722-6656) on Saturday, August 8th 2015 from 12 noon until the time of memorial service at 2:00 p.m. Interment of ashes to take place at Churchill Cemetery in Ballantrae. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre Foundation would be appreciated. Words of comfort may be forwarded to the family by visiting www.funeralhome.on.ca LEHMAN, Louise (nee McKinnell) Peacefully after a short illness on Saturday, August 1, 2015. Louise, dear wife of the late Ted. Loving mother of the late Linda (Tom Mowles); and Rick Lehman. Cherished grandmother to Laura (Jon Nealon), Philip Mowles and Josh Lehman. Dear sister of Sam McKinnell (June). Louise will forever be missed by her family and a special thanks to her friends at Eastern Gate for their love and support for the last 15 years. Friends may visit at the MARSHALL FUNEREAL HOME, 10366 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill on Friday, August 7th after 11 a.m. for a funeral service at 12 noon. Interment Elgin Mills Cemetery.

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A Celebration of Elsie’s life will be held at the Stouffville Legion Branch 459 on Thursday, August 27th at 12:00 p.m. Cremation with Interment Stouffville Cemetery. Arrangements, McConnell Funeral Home, Madoc. www.mcconnellfuneralhome.ca

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(collectively “NCF”), then he/she will receive a specified amount of stackable loyalty dollars (“Loyalty Dollars”), as follows: (i) Micra/Versa/Sentra ($500); (ii) Juke/Altima/Rogue ($600); (iii) Frontier/Xterra/Leaf/Murano/Pathfinder ($800); and (iv) Maxima/Z/Titan, Armada/GT-R ($1000). Loyalty Dollars will be applied before taxes which means they are inclusive of all applicable taxes. Alternatively, if the eligible customer elects to purchase or lease/finance an Eligible New Vehicle (excluding GT-R and Leaf) other than through NCF, then he/she will receive a three-year/48,000 kilometers (whichever comes first) Oil Change and Tire Rotation Plan which consists of a maximum of 6 service visits, each consisting of 1 oil change (using conventional 5W30 motor oil) and 1 tire rotation. For complete details on the Oil Change and Tire Rotation Plan, ask your dealer. Offer has no cash redemption value and can be combined with other offers. 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