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Mayor Justin Altmann is accused of having “… a disregard and distain for the rule of law” and “feels that the laws do not apply to him,” by Stouffville resident Ian Hilton. The statement was included in an application to a York Region Joint Compliance Committee requesting Altmann’s 2014 mayoral campaign financial statements be subjected to a forensic audit. The request will go to a public hearing in Stouffville later this month. Hilton is the husband of former Ward 4 councillor Susanne Hilton. After 11 years, she opted to not run in the last election. “The fact is the financial statement just didn’t add up and I felt there was a need to take a closer look,” Hilton told The Sun-Tribune. “I think that as a citizen it’s very important we protect the values of the electoral system. … It is so important we maintain fairness and we maintain honesty in these things,” Hilton said in an interview. Altmann won a five-man race for mayor last Oct. 27. Altmann called the accusations inaccurate, a waste of taxpayers’ money and said he has all his receipts in his office for anyone to look at, during an interview last week. See SOUR, page 10.

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NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEETINGS

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BID DOCUMENTS

TUESDAY, July 21 Council Meeting 7 p.m. TUESDAY, July 28 Council Meeting 3 p.m.

BUDGET & AUDIT COMMITTEE MEETING

Bid packages may be obtained by registering on Biddingo at www.biddingo.com (a subscriber and/or document fee may apply).

The agenda for the Council meetings will be available for review at the Municipal Offices, Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library and on our website 12 p.m. (noon) the Thursday prior to the meeting.

NOTICES 2015 FINAL PROPERTY TAX BILLS 1st Instalment Due – July 17, 2015 2nd Instalment Due – September 18, 2015

Potential amendment of the 2015 Capital Budget to be considered on Tuesday, July 21 at 7 p.m. Details of the potential amendment will be available in the June 21, 2015 Agenda on the Town’s website at www.townofws.ca under Town Hall/Council Meetings/Council Calendar section.

TAX PAYMENTS may be made at most Financial Institutions through tellers, banking machines, telephone and Internet banking, by mail or in person at the Municipal Offices, 111 Sandiford Drive. An afterhours drop box is available at the Main Entrance doors. SUPPLEMENTARY TAXES ON NEWLY-CONSTRUCTED HOMES Owners have been or will be receiving tax bills for the value of the “land” only excluding building, until the house is assessed by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC). Once assessed, supplementary tax bills will be issued for the house, retroactive to the date of possession. To estimate the annual taxes, simply multiply the purchase price of the home x 1%. This process can take 2 to 3 years and the tax bills will be due within a short time period. Pre-payments on account or through a pre-authorized payment plan can be made to assist homeowners in planning for these future supplementary tax bills. For further information contact Customer Service. Natasha Dawood, Manager, Revenue & Taxation Services

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Thursday, July 16, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Main Street from Park Drive to Market Street will be closed to vehicular traffic for FOOD & MUSIC FRENZY

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The Town will be hosting a public information session to discuss the design of Coultice Park (formerly Wagon Wheel Ranch). For additional information please call ext. 2292.

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If you are planning on changing the grade of your property there are some things you need to know about By-Law 2014-101-RE. • Property owners must obtain a permit to fill, remove or move more than 200 cubic meters of soil on their property.

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t was a good month for Mark Lievonen. The Stouffville resident was appointed to the Order of Canada on Canada Day and two weeks earlier, he received an honorary doctorate of laws from York University. “I’m truly honoured and humbled to receive it,” Lievonen said of the Order of Canada. “This is the one that’s over the top.” Lievonen was appointed “for his achievements in the pharmaceutical industry and for his public engagement in health policy and research”. He is president of Sanofi Pasteur Ltd., the Canadian vaccine division of Sanofi. Under his leadership, the company became a billion dollar enterprise in Canada, manufacturing more than 50 million doses of vaccines, according to the company’s website. New appointees to the Order of Canada include two Companions, 11 Officers and 87 Members. Recipients accept their insignia at a ceremony that takes place within the next 12 months. The Order of Canada was established in 1967, during Canada’s centennial year, to recognize outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation. More than 6,000 people have been invested. Lievonen also recently finished his tenure with the Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation’s board. Lievonen, 59, was appointed to the hospital foundation board in 2007 and became its chairperson in 2011. Key initiatives accomplished under his leadership included reaching the $50 million local fundraising goal and completing a strategic plan for the board going forward, according to Suzette Strong, CEO of the Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation.

He also helped establish a nomination and governance committee, which helps ensure the board recruits the right people, she said. “Mark is a very well sought-after leader and … we were so privileged to have him pick our hospital as his local focus,” Strong said. A tree was recently dedicated in Lievonen’s name in the hospital’s Friendship Garden.

‘Mark is a very well sought-after leader and … we were so privileged to have him pick our hospital as his local focus.’ “It’s a very special place that’s reserved for extraordinary contributions and people like Mark,” according to Strong. Other Stouffville residents honoured in the Friendship Garden include Art Latcham, Bill Hood, Jean Mann as well as Keith and Cathy Sutherland. Lievonen was also a member of York University’s board of governors and is a former director of YORKbiotech. He was on the Toronto Mayor’s Economic Competitiveness Advisory Committee and the United Way of Greater Toronto’s cabinet, chairing the health care division. “I just believe in giving back … and when you do, it just reinforces it,” he said. A chartered accountant, he received his designation while working with PricewaterhouseCoopers. “People took a chance on me,” Lievonen told The Sun-Tribune last year when he received the Life Sciences Ontario Lifetime Achievement Award. After a couple of years as a tax accountant, Lievonen realized it was not for him. He joined what was then Connaught Laboratories’ treasury department. He was appointed its vice-president of finance in 1988. In 1995, he was asked to head-

up the company’s cancer vaccine strategy, which included research and development. With $60 million in funding from the Canadian government and a 10-year investment of $350 million from Sanofi, a second-generation melanoma vaccine made it to phase two of clinical trials. But the end points were not met and after 10 years the program ended, he said. “We will have (cancer vaccines) at some point. … It’s a complicated challenge. Cancer is a series of diseases,” he said. HIV/AIDS was once a death sentence, but through biotechnology, a drug protocol was created that enables it to be treated like a chronic disease, which Lievonen said is what he foresees for cancer. More medicines will also be created via biotechnology versus pharmaceutically, he said, with higher success rates because they will be specifically targeted at smaller populations who have the same gene profile. Sanofi Pasteur is currently working on a new vaccine for dengue fever they hope to launch this year, but not in the first world, as is the norm. It will initially be launched in the developing world, according to Lievonen. “It just made sense to do it that way,” he said. Dengue fever is transmitted to humans via infected mosquitos and causes flu-like symptoms that can be fatal, according to the Government of Canada’s website. The World Health Organization estimates more than 40 per cent of the world’s population lives in areas were dengue viruses can be transmitted. Lievonen was the recipient of a Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medallion in 2002, named a Chevalier de l’Ordre National de Mérite by the government of France in 2007 and received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012. He was elected a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario in 2009 and was inducted into the Canadian Healthcare Marketing Hall of Fame in 2013.

“We will have (cancer vaccines) at some point. … It’s a complicated challenge. Cancer is a series of diseases.” Mark Lievonen,

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Man exposed himself in eatery, police say A Whitchurch-Stouffville man has been charged with performing an indecent act after a man exposed himself to two women. The incident occurred July 2 around 9:15 p.m. A man approached two women in a restaurant in the Sandiford Drive and Main Street area and exposed himself, according to York Regional Police. Cameron Flemming, 18, is charged with performing an indecent act and mischief/interrupting a person’s lawful enjoyment.

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t was one of those “youwere-right” moments newspaper people rarely experience. And it came from my now 90-year-old mother. She was quoting a news report headlined “Listening to music while you study makes you smarter” a couple of years ago. Apparently, I was onto something back in high school. Our creative writing teacher deserves the credit. Mr. Jacobsen would draw the drapes in his third-floor room and play those Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen LPs to get us in the mood. I swore by it. At home, I’d have Steely Dan or the J. Geils Band blasting from my speaker towers as I tried to navigate algebra or type – on a typewriter – a paper on my favourite Canadian author. Still do. With apologies to those I share this office with, tunes are usually streaming out of my laptop speakers as I write or read. From the local WhiStle Radio, Jimmy Buffett’s Radio Margaritaville and Kenny Chesney’s No Shoes Radio, to the tasty buffet of jazz and rock CBC serves up for “free” using our tax dollars online. Growing up on the north side of Lake Superior in the 1970s, we didn’t have a radio dial packed with the choices we now take for granted in the GTA. Forget satellite radio, we hoped and prayed a cold, clear night would pull in the hottest AM stations across the Great Lakes from Chicago. The classic rock soundtrack to Dazed and Confused was ours long before Matthew McConaughey and Ben Affleck starred in the coming-of-age flick. We were living that movie back in ‘76, with a few fewer beers. Without a Maple Leaf Gardens in our back yard, we’d venture south into Minnesota to catch the likes of Bruce

Off The Top with Jim Mason Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac, Santana or The Doobie Brothers in concert. (A very friendly Peter Frampton posed in Duluth with a group from our high school a few months before his Frampton Comes Alive album took over the world.) However, at this stage of my life, I’m not as into pull allnighters and arriving at work with zero hours of sleep and a full bottle of Advil. The long and winding road leads us to Stouffville, once officially dubbed “Music Town, Ontario” – only to have that designation replace by “Country Close to the City” by another edition of town council. Authorized or not, this is still a pretty musical place. From weekly events at the Lebovic Centre for Arts and Entertainment – Nineteen on the Park (their Patio Series launches tonight), monthly shows at Stouffville United Church and concerts by local choirs and The Cornerhouse on Main, The Earl of Whitchurch and other pubs, to the special musically-infused events, including the Strawberry Festival, Country Ribfest (looking forward to catching the jazzy Salida Project Aug. 8), Food Truck Frenzy (next Thursday), there’s a lot, often free. Listen up, Stouffville. Enjoy. Jim Mason is editor of The Sun-Tribune. Follow him on Twitter @stouffeditor

I would like to thank Town of WhitchurchStouffville staff for their contribution to our Strawberry Festival and to the quality of life we enjoy in Stouffville in general. On Saturday of the festival, I was setting up our annual “Guitars in the Gazebo” event and found there was no electricity available from the gazebo outlet. A volunteer with the festival contacted town staff and they promptly and cheerfully resolved the issue. Later, a manager came by to make sure everything was OK. On the Friday night before the main day of the festival, town staff were out on the street at about midnight making

social media: Darts & lauRELS Re: “Residents want Stouffville mayor’s election expenses audited – Claims go to hearing July 20.” Readers were quick to comment on facebook.com/stouffvillesuntribune shortly after this story appeared on yorkregion.com Monday: Sour grapes for sure. The old boys club never wanted Justin Altmann in. They can’t deal with the fact that a younger and more proactive candidate won the election. The apparent jealousy is childish and laughable. Phil

6290 Main St. Stouffville, ON. L4A 1G7 www.yorkregion.com

sure electricity was available for vendors. When Main Street opened up again Saturday afternoon, a group of town staff marched in the pouring rain emptying garbage bins and restoring the street for regular use. Whenever I have contacted town staff with a question they have been courteous and helpful in their response to me. I believe we are very fortunate to call Stouffville home. Having a caring and courteous team of town staff directly enhances our quality of life here.

Brian O’Sullivan York Region Fingerstyle Guitar Association

Wow, could we spend our money, time and energy on something more constructive … Just because he’s young doesn’t mean he can’t do a great job for our community. It was time for a change, the voters have spoken. Gayle Too bad the entire council wasn’t replaced for a complete much-needed cleanup. Perry Maybe it’s time for someone to make up “I support Mayor Justin Altmann!” bumper stickers Rob


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A rabid bat found near Stouffville June 26 has the Regional Municipality of York issuing an advisement to residents of Whitchurch-Stouffville and beyond. It’s the first reported case of rabies in a bat in York Region since one was found in Woodbridge in 2013. “Every few years ... but it is infrequent,” said Joseph Mancuso, manager of the region’s health protection division. The bat was found by a homeowner in the largely rural Bloomington Road and Tenth Line area, north of the community of Stouffville and near the town’s border with Uxbridge Township, the region announced Friday. No case of humans contacting the virus have been reported in York in at least 25 years, Mancuso said. Other recent cases of rabid animals were in Newmarket and Georgina. Infection with the rabies virus can be fatal, but there’s no cause for alarm. “There’s no reason to panic,” he said. Vaccines can be destroyed by a post-exposure virus. If you think you have been infected, go to the hospital or your doctor, Mancuso said. The rabies virus affects the central nervous system of warm-blooded mammals, including humans, and is transmitted through a bite, lick or scratch from an infected animal. While most reported cases involve wild animals such as bats, foxes, raccoons and skunks, dogs and cats – which by law must be vaccinated – are also at risk. While the percentage of rabies-infected bats in Ontario is considered low, people should avoid approaching or coming into contact with bats – they are wild animals and should not be kept as pets in or near your home. Professional assistance may be required to remove bats living on your property.

Tips to avoid infection · If you discover a bat that is injured, acting strange or dead, do not touch it – contact a wildlife or pest removal company to remove it · If you discover a bat in your home, leave the room, close the door and contact a wildlife or pest removal company – never touch a bat with your bare hands · Bats can transmit the rabies virus to domestic pets such as dogs and cats, ensure your pet’s vaccinations are up-to-date · If you suspect your pets or livestock have come in contact with a rabid animal, contact the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs’ Agricultural Information Contact Centre at 1-877-424-1300 · If you suspect you may have been bitten, scratched or had contact with a bat or rabid animal, immediately wash the wound with soap and water for a minimum of 15 minutes, contact your family doctor for advice and report the incident to York Region Public Health at 1-800-361-5653

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igger to serve you better. That’s the anticipation behind Bill Houston’s $1.7 million service centre expansion that, when completed, will see Stouffville’s Ford operation at 5786 Main St., increase in size from 15,000 to 20,000 square feet. The contract, awarded to Kirby Structures of Oshawa, should conclude the end of next month, says Houston, with a grand opening planned sometime in September. Bill, now 56, is a graduate of St. Andrew’s College in Aurora, as are his two sons, Connor and Christopher. Daughter Katie attended St. Clement’s in Toronto. All three were star athletes with Connor and Christopher excelling in football, rugby and hockey. Katie was brilliant in basketball. Connor and Katie are graduates of Queen’s University in Kingston, Christopher is currently a third year enrollee at Queen’s in a commerce and economics course. Katie is employed with the United Nations and seriously considering obtaining a master’s degree at the University of

Roaming Around with Jim Thomas Edinburgh. Christopher played triple A hockey with the Markham Majors. Bill’s association with the auto industry dates back to the days he partnered with his father in sales of Mazda, Saturn, Saab and Izuzu. Their business was then located in Scarborough. Later, he resided in airport country on the Markham-Pickering townline. When his father retired, Bill decided to go it alone. A connection with the Ford Motor Co.

proved the most attractive, he says. In 1995 he purchased the Larry Cotter agency on Hwy. 48 at Dickson’s Hill, just south of Stouffville. “I had a couple of cups of coffee with Larry that resulted in an agreement,” he remembers. Five years later, he moved the dealership to Stouffville. The initial expansion plan was to be on a slightly smaller scale, explains Bill. “But we stepped it up a bit.” The building will feature a four-car drive-through drop-off and a seven-vehicle showroom. An automatic customer car-wash is being installed. The current staff at Houston Ford numbers 24. Once work is completed, more employees may be added, Bill says. Although feelers were extended to have him re-locate in the auto mall at Hwy. 48 and Millard Street, Bill chose to remain where he is. “I like the Main St. exposure,” he says. “I also appreciate being a helpful corporate citizen.” His generous sponsorship of sports teams during the years,

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including the Stouffville Spirit Jr. a hockey team, is much appreciated. “The town’s been good to me,” he states, “it’s beneficial to give something back.” Does the mental weight of so large a project pose a problem, he was asked? “To relax, wife Teresa and I spend as much time as possible at our cottage on Georgian Bay,” he explains, “I’m an avid sailor.” He honestly admits, however, to most nights counting cars instead of sheep.

Seniors helping seniors What do you do? This is the oft-asked question concerning my twice-weekly volunteer responsibilities at Stouffville’s Parkview Home. The answer is unpretentious. Every Sunday afternoon and Wednesday evening I guide wheelchair residents, some via the elevator, to Founder’s Hall where worship services are held. Later, I escort them back. My time ranges from one to two hours. During the service, I look up hymn numbers for those requiring assistance. No, I’m not alone.

Stouffville artist’s work going up in New York City this summer Stouffville’s Vicky Talwar will have her work exhibited in New York City starting later this month. Talwar’s original work will be featured, along with seven other artists, in the show entitled Idiosyncratic Expressions. It runs from July 31 to Aug. 20 at the Agora Gallery in Chelsea, New York. Talwar has had her work in Latcham Gallery’s 2014 show Home, 2012’s Big Night Out with Bollywood and the annual juried show in 2005 and 2006. Her vibrant floral paintings often resemble textiles in their stunning detail and her palette examines and celebrates the cultural contexts of flowers as well as their ornate qualities, according to the media release. Talwar’s compositions also achieve abstract patterns, teaming with vitality, that spring off in different directions, spellbinding the viewer. Idiosyncratic Expressions presents subjects and themes from the past, present and future in an exhibition of nostalgia and reimagination. For more information, go to www.agoragallery.com

Oscar Peterson students earn $1,000 for new outdoor classroom Oscar Peterson Public School didn’t win the $20,000 outdoor classroom it was vying for, but the school earned $1,000 for its efforts. “It’s too bad we didn’t win but it was great

On most occasions, a staff member and other volunteers are readily available. By working together, we’re able to fill and clear the hall in 20 minutes. Pastors, both lay and ordained, all from area churches, generously offer worship leadership. Their guidance is complemented by home chaplain Liz Brasier Ackerman. The director of program and support services is Kris Savage. While pastoral messages are sincere, it’s the music the congregation loves. Those able to sing, do so earnestly. Those who don’t, faithfully follow the words. It’s vocal beauty at its best. Should, for some reason a worship service be cancelled, it’s not unusual for residents to gather in a second floor lounge with Alice Green and Patricia Bissell sharing their talents at the piano. That’s how much Parkview hymn-sings are treasured. That’s how much I enjoy being a part. Jim Thomas is a Stouffville resident who has written for area newspapers for more than 60 years.

to participate,” said Michelle Lindsay, a member of the student council, formerly known as the parent council. “We gave it a good shot.” Oscar Peterson was one of 10 schools across Canada competing for the prize through the Majesta Trees of Knowledge Competition. The school came in fifth place. Nova Scotia’s New Mines Elementary School won the grand prize. However, the Hoover Park Drive school will still get an outdoor classroom. “It will not be on the same scale we hoped for,” according to Lindsay. The council has about $15,000 from various fundraising events for the outdoor classroom, which will feature large rocks and mature trees. The design will be finalized in September and construction will take place in October, according to Lindsay. An outdoor classroom not only provides a different location for learning, it also teaches students about the environment and ecosystem, she said. The outdoor classroom will be located on a portion of the roughly 1.15-acre parcel of land behind the school.

Opening day for new liquor store Stouffville’s new LCBO store is scheduled to open today. The new outlet, which is right beside the old one on west-end Main Street, has a walk-in cold room with 474 linear feet of Ontario craft beer, as well as domestic and imported suds. The hours of operation will remain the same – 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. –Sandra Bolan


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Tribute was paid in more ways than one to the man responsible for bringing a hospital to Markham and Stouffville, as the Pan Am Torch wound its way through York Region. It was in 1967 that golf course developer, athlete and philanthropist Arthur Latcham decided that rather than build another 18 holes, he would donate his 50 acres, near Hwy. 7 and Ninth Line, to build a hospital for Markham and his beloved Stouffville. It was his son, Bob, who was chosen by the City or Markham to light the torch and be the first to run in front of 1,000 cheering supporters at the Cornell Community Centre. When his portion was complete, he explained just how special it was that he was selected to be the first Markham torchbearer. “I am just proud to be able to have his name remembered,” he said, noting his father used to be a much more widely celebrated figure. Harking back to his father’s birth in 1895, Bob told the story of a sophisticated man who came from a meagre beginning to eventually claim the Order of Canada. After joining the cavalry in the Second World War, Bob told how Arthur, a celebrated runner and accomplished magician, came back to Toronto to work as a streetcar operator before buying two tenements, joining them together and making the Inglewood Arms Hotel, which remains to this day on Jarvis Street.

His one stipulation was that Stouffville be included in the hospital’s name. Soon after, he would marry Bob’s mother and adopt him as his own. Arthur’s career would eventually flourish as he began building houses in Etobicoke, creating large parts of the highly sought-after neighbourhood The Kingsway. “He named many of the streets in the area, like Prince Edward Drive,” he said. “I remember once how he told a radio show that he wasn’t much into religion, so he named them after monarchs.” When he retired from the housing business

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Torchbearer Bob Latcham – son of Arthur – carries the Pan Am flame in Markham. after being injured by a bulldozer, he grew bored and decided to start building golf courses. His work would eventually result in the creation of a number of successful clubs, including Meadowbrook on Warden Avenue. Bob explained that Arthur eventually decided that his home town of Stouffville and neighbouring Markham needed a hospital and pledged to hand over the land. His one stipulation was that Stouffville be included in the hospital’s name. Arthur’s philanthropic help didn’t stop there. He also built community centres in Stouffville, Goodwood and Port Perry and donated a grandstand and art gallery in Stouffville. He also purchased local one-room school houses, donating them to senior citizens as recreation halls. Bob paid tribute to his father, saying he was responsible for helping him become the man he is today. “If it wasn’t for my father, I wouldn’t have had the exceptional life that I had,” he said. “He did so much for this area, he devoted a lot of time and energy to it.” He also expressed gratitude to the organizers who selected him. “I was so surprised when they called me,” he exclaimed. To honour Arthur’s commitment to his community, a plaque in his name remains at Stouffville’s Memorial Park. The Latcham Society continues in its quest to support the hospital. For more information regarding the society, call Jan Black at 905-472-7394 or email jblack@msh.on.ca

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JUSTIN ALTMANN: Mayor says there is no substance to claims being made against him from 2014.

TOM WINTERS: Council candidate part of residents’ group asking for audit of mayor’s finances. SUN-TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO

Barn at Hwy. 48 and Main Street was used by Justin Altmann during his successful mayoralty campaign in 2014.

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He also claims the compliance audit is nothing but sour grapes because he defeated “the old boys’ club candidate.” He did not identify that candidate. Not so, according to Tom Winters, who supports Hilton’s request. He also noted there were a number of other people backing the request, male and female. Winters ran for Ward 5 councillor in the last election. Iain Lovatt won the ward. Winters believes Altmann’s financial statements are off by $8,000 to $10,000. “I just find difficulty with the way the man does business,” Winters said. Among the issues questioned in the application was Altmann’s campaign headquarters at Main Street and Hwy. 48. It was “ … instead fraudulently used as a cover for breaking the sign bylaw so as to use the building as a billboard.” The exterior of the barn had a large image of Altmann on it with “Vote Justin Altmann for Mayor” beside it. On the side of the barn, in giant letters was “Altmann.”

Barn billboard “There is no definition in the bylaw as to what constitutes a ‘campaign office’. The ‘campaign office’ exception permits a candidate to ‘demarcate his or her home base’ through signage at an earlier date than the date upon which election signs may otherwise be displayed for campaign purposes,” Michele Kennedy, clerk for the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville told The Sun-Tribune via email in July 2014. “It is not for us to determine whether or not phone lines have been installed, staff hired, or whatever else one might think is needed to ‘demarcate a home base’. If a registered candidate chooses a specific building as his/her home base or campaign headquarters, that’s fine with me,” Kennedy said last year via email. In July 2014, Altmann told The Sun-

Tribune the barn was outfitted with electricity, water and bathroom facilities. Last week, the mayor told The SunTribune the only hydro was outside and it was used for the spotlight. A big door at the back of the barn was opened for light, he said, adding it was really “just a meeting spot” for him and his volunteers before hitting the campaign trail.

‘I just find difficulty with the way the man does business.’ The forensic audit request claims Altmann’s real campaign headquarters was his farmers’ market, just south of the barn on Hwy. 48. “It was never a campaign office,” Altmann said. The application also questions the barn’s rent – $1,200 total – which was noted in Altmann’s financial statements. Hilton wants the rate “checked against a bonafide appraisal of market value of such rent for a property of this size”. Altmann’s Internet and cellphone expenses are also in need of investigation, according to the application. There were no expenses for those line items, according to Altmann’s financial statements. “It is hard to imagine that there could be no cellphone or landline phone costs incurred,” Hilton wrote in the application. “These costs have been deliberately omitted.” Only about 15 people would have called his cellphone and there were not a lot of emails because it was a meet-thepeople kind of campaign, according to Altmann. He also said volunteers used their cellphones. Other items in the application Hilton requests further scrutinization on via

the forensic audit include: fundraising events/activities; unaccounted for in-kind contributions provided by professionals/ volunteers; unaccounted for inventory for his previous campaign and unreported cash donations. The hearing takes place July 20, 10 a.m. in the Whitchurch-Stouffville council chambers, 111 Sandiford Dr. It is open to the public. Stouffville-based chartered accountant James L. Wilson audited Altmann’s financial statements. In his report, he wrote, in part: “Due to the nature of the types of transactions inherent in an election campaign, it is impracticable through auditing procedures to determine that the accounting records include all donations of goods and services and receipts and disbursements.”

open to public “Accordingly, my verification of these transactions was limited to ensuring that the financial statements reflect the amounts recorded in the accounting records of Justin K. Altmann, candidate, in accordance with the accounting procedures established by the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and I was not able to determine whether any adjustments might be necessary to income and expenses, assets or liabilities and surplus/deficit.” “In my opinion, except for the effect of adjustments, if any, which I might have determined to be necessary had I been able to satisfy myself as to the completeness of the records as described in the preceding paragraph, these financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the registrant’s election campaign as at December 31, 2014 and the income and expenses for the campaign period from April 15, 2014 to December 31, 2014 in accordance with the accounting treatment prescribed by the Municipal Elections Act, 1996.”

What’s a joint compliance Audit committee? The Joint Compliance Audit Committee was created in 2009 as per the Municipal Elections Act amendment, which requires municipalities and school boards to appoint compliance audit committees to hear and decide on applications for compliance audits, according to Isabel Leung, deputy clerk for the Town of WhitchurchStouffville. Mayor Justin Altmann is the first Whitchurch-Stouffville politician to have his campaign’s financial statements brought before the committee, according to Leung. An application to the committee can be brought forward by an eligible Whitchurch-Stouffville elector who “believes on reasonable grounds that a candidate for municipal office has contravened the Municipal Elections Act, with respect to municipal campaign finances,” according to the town’s website. Committee members review the application and decide to grant the audit or reject it. If one is granted, an auditor licensed under the Public Accounting Act, 2004 is appointed. The auditor will submit a report to the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville clerk, candidate, town council and applicant. Once the report is received, the committee has 30 days to meet and consider it. The committee will decide whether or not to start legal proceedings against the candidate. If the report reveals no apparent wrongdoing and the committee finds no reasonable grounds for the application, town council is entitled to recover the cost of the audit from the applicant. For the 2014 municipal election, the Joint Audit Committee was established for the municipalities of Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, King, Richmond Hill, WhitchurchStouffville and Vaughan. The committee members are: Terry Alderson, Janet Andrews, Ron Colucci, Robert Freedman, Mark Gannage, Kelly Gravelle, Paul Jones, Karen Leung and Jason Nice. Source: Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville website, Joint Compliance Audit Committee


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Stouffville Toyota is excited to announce the addition of Scion to our dealership.

scion.ca

WE JUST MOVED IN. Scion set out to create a unique lineup of vehicles that feature both style and substance, while delivering the same quality and reliability you’ve come to expect from Toyota. That’s why we’re proud to bring the innovation and passion of Scion to your community. Come by and meet the Scion family today.

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STOUFFVILLE TOYOTA SCION, 1288 MILLARD STREET, STOUFFVILLE, ON. L4A 0W7


SALE ENDS JULY 28TH Selected models only, Limited time offer, While quantities last

2015 Cruze S15

2015 Cruze S19

2015 Cruze S54

2015 Sonic S20

2015 Sonic S32

SAVE $4,583.00 MSRP $24,515.00

SALE PRICE $19,932.00 SAVE $4,363.00 MSRP $23,415.00

SALE PRICE $19,052.00 SAVE $4,363.00 MSRP $23,415.00

SALE PRICE $19,052.00 SAVE $4,328.00 MSRP $23,585.00

SALE PRICE $19,257.00 SAVE $3,919.00 MSRP $21,195.00

SALE PRICE $17,276.00

STAFF PHOTOS/JIM MASON

Oh, Canada Day! Thousands enjoy fireworks in Memorial Park on Canada Day evening. It was the closing event of the 31st annual Strawberry Festival. Twins Nandini and Yashvi Patel, 5, await a piece of one of the many Canada Day cakes.

2015 Spark S55

2015 Traverse S49

2015 Equinox S07

2015 Trax SD01

2015 Silverado S13

2015 Silverado S12

SAVE $3,469.00 MSRP $18,945.00

SALE PRICE $15,476.00 SAVE $8,195.00 MSRP $42,720.00

SALE PRICE $34,525.00 SAVE $6,206.00 MSRP $32,775.00

SALE PRICE $26,569.00 SAVE $4,862.00 MSRP $26,055.00

SALE PRICE $21,193.00 SAVE $9,925.00 MSRP $53,269.00

SALE PRICE $43,344.00 SAVE $9,751.00 MSRP $51,864.00

SALE PRICE $42,113.00

* Tax and Licensing are extra, models shown may not be the exact ones on sale ie colour or trim level

Giles Chevrolet Ltd.

Craig Manning and Stacey Kaniuk of the Blackboard Blues Band serenade the crowd.

Serving Stouffville since 1959

5964 Main St, Stouffville 905-640-1610, www.gileschev.ca www.facebook.com/gileschevrolet

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THE BEST OF SCOTLAND!

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THE F FASTEST ASTEST GROWING AUT AUTOMOTIVE OMOTIVE B BRAND RAND IIN NC CANADA ANADA Based on full-line brands, on 12 month, year over year rolling unit sales

GREATEST CHOICES EVER

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ON SELECT MODELS

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MONTHLY LEASE≠ FROM $257 WITH $0 DOWN AT 0.99% APR FOR 60 MONTHS ◆ THAT’S LIKE $ WEEKLY ON ROGUE S FWD PAYING ONLY

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84

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$

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2015 NISSAN SENTRA - #1 COMPACT CAR FOR QUALITY THE “HIGHEST RANKED COMPACT CAR IN INITIAL QUALITY” IN THE U.S.

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MONTHLY LEASE≠ FROM $158 WITH $0 THAT’S LIKE $ DOWN AT 0% APR FOR 60 MONTHS PAYING ONLY

WEEKLY ON SENTRA 1.8 S M6

INCLUDES

1,000

$

MY M Y CHOICE CHOICE BONUS B O NUS CASH CASH ▲

1.8 SL model shown

LOYALTY CURRENT NISSAN OWNERS THAT QUALIFY ARE ELIGIBLE FOR UP TO AN ADDITIONAL $1,000 LOY ALTY CASH ON SELECT MODELS ††

VISIT CHOOSENISSAN.CA OR YOUR LOCAL RETAILER • ENDS JULY 31ST Equivalent lease payments of $59/$84/$36 on the 2015 Rogue/Pathfinder/Sentra must be made on a monthly basis and cannot be made weekly. Weekly lease payments are for informational purposes only. Offers available from July 1, 2015 to July 31, 2015. 1My Choice Bonus Cash is applicable to customers who purchase, lease or finance a model year 2015 Micra® (excluding S trim)/Versa Note/Sentra/Altima Sedan/Juke®/Rogue/Pathfinder. The $500/$700/$1,000/$1,000/$750/$1,000/$1,500 My Choice Bonus Cash consists of $350/$500/$750/$750/$500/$700/$1,200 NCI cash and $150/$200/$250/$250/$250/$300/$300 dealer participation which will be deducted from the negotiated selling price before taxes. 2“2 monthly Payments on Us” is available to customers who lease or finance any new model year 2015 Micra® (excluding S trim)/Versa Note/Sentra/Altima Sedan/Juke®/Rogue/Pathfinder through Nissan Canada Inc. and Nissan Canada Financial Services Inc. (collectively, “NCF”) and refers to the first two (2) monthly lease payments or first two (2) monthly finance payments. A customer’s first two monthly payments (inclusive all taxes) will be waived, up to a maximum of $225/$250/$375/$400/$375/$400/$600 per month tax inclusive. After two months, the customer will be required to make all remaining regularly scheduled payments over the remaining term of the contract. Customers must be approved to lease or finance through NCF. Cash purchase buyers or buyers who finance outside of Nissan Finance are also not eligible for this choice. 3No charge extended warranty is valid for up to 60 months or 100,000 km (whichever occurs first) from the warranty start date and zero (0) kilometers. Some conditions/limitations apply. The no charge extended warranty is the Nissan Added Security Plan (“ASP”) and is administered by Nissan Canada Extended Services Inc. (“NCESI”). In all provinces NCESI is the obligor. This offer includes the Gold level of coverage. Retail value of ASP is based on MSRP $1,200/$1,400/$1,500/$1,500/$1,700/$1,700/$2,000 for a new 2015 Micra®(excluding S trim)/Versa Note/Sentra/Altima Sedan/Juke®/Rogue/Pathfinder. Dealers are free to set individual prices. ≠Representative monthly lease offer based on any new 2015 Rogue S FWD CVT (Y6RG15 AA00)/ Pathfinder S V6 4x2 (5XRG15 AA00) CVT transmission/2015 Sentra 1.8 S M6 (C4LG55 AA00). 0.99%/0.99%/0% lease APR for a 60/60/60 month term equals 60/60/60 monthly payments of $257/$365/$158 with $0 down payment, and $0 security deposit. First monthly payment, down payment and $0 security deposit are due at lease inception. Prices and payments include freight and fees. Lease based on a maximum of 20,000 km/year with excess charged at $0.10/km. Total lease obligation is $15,418/$21,891/$9,488. $1,000/$1,500/$1,000 My Choice Bonus Cash included in advertised offer. Conditions apply. †Representative finance offer based on any new 2015 Sentra 1.8 S M6 (C4LG55 AA00). Selling price is $16,199 financed at 0% APR equals 84 monthly payments of $193 monthly for a 84 month term. $0 down payment required. Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $16,199. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. $1,000 my choice bonus cash is included in advertised offers. Conditions apply. ▲Models shown $36,732/$48,802/$26,099 Selling price for a new 2015 Rogue SL AWD Premium (Y6DG15 BK00)/ 2015 Pathfinder Platinum (5XEG15 AA00)/2015 Sentra 1.8 SL (C4TG15 AA00). *◆±≠▲Freight and PDE charges ($1,750/$1,720/$1,567) air-conditioning levy ($100) where applicable, applicable fees (all which may vary by region), manufacturer’s rebate and dealer participation where applicable are included. License, registration, insurance and applicable taxes are extra. Lease offers are available on approved credit through Nissan Canada Finance for a limited time, may change without notice and cannot be combined with any other offers except stackable trading dollars. Retailers are free to set individual prices. Dealer order/trade may be necessary. Vehicles and accessories are for illustration purposes only. Offers, prices and features subject to change without notice. ††The Nissan Loyalty Offer (“Offer”) is available only to eligible customers who (as of Feb, 1, 2015) lease/leased, finance/financed or own/owned a 2009 or newer Nissan brand vehicle (an “Existing Vehicle”). Eligibility for the Offer will be determined by Nissan Canada Inc. (“NCI”) in its sole discretion. Proof of current or previous ownership/lease/finance contract will be required. Offer is not transferrable or assignable, except to a co-owner/co-leasee of the Existing Vehicle who resides within the same household as the intended recipient of the Offer. If the eligible customer elects to lease or finance a new and previously unregistered Nissan brand vehicle (excluding NV, Fleet and daily rentals) (an “Eligible New Vehicle”) through NCI and Nissan Canada Financial Services Inc. (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. Offer valid on Eligible New Vehicles purchased/leased/financed and delivered between July 1 – July 31, 2015. For more information see IIHS.org. The Nissan Sentra received the lowest number of problems per 100 vehicles among compact cars in the proprietary J.D. Power 2015 Initial Quality StudySM. Study based on responses from 84,367 new-vehicle owners, measuring 244 models and measures opinions after 90 days of ownership. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of owners surveyed in February-May 2015. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com. **Ward’s Large Cross/Utility Market Segmentation. MY15 Pathfinder vs. 2015 and 2014 Large Cross/Utility Class. ^Ward’s Large Cross/Utility Market Segmentation. MY15 Pathfinder and Pathfinder Hybrid vs. 2014 competitors. Offers subject to change, continuation or cancellation without notice. Offers have no cash alternative value. See your participating Nissan retailer for complete details. ©2015 Nissan Canada Inc. Nissan Financial Services Inc. is a division of Nissan Canada Inc. ◆

STOUFFVILLE NISSAN 95 AUTO MALL BOULEVARD, STOUFFVILLE TEL: (905) 201-6006


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GET SUPER-LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON THE TOYOTA OR SCION VEHICLE OF YOUR CHOICE.

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Stouffville’s Celine Galaise and her new Cil’s Place truck will be serving up organic juice and smoothies at Food Truck Frenzy next Thursday night in downtown Stouffville.

2011 TOYOTA RAV4

2011 TOYOTA RAV4

2012 TOYOTA CAMRY

2011 TOYOTA RAV4

coming up

Food truck right recipe for laid-off executive BY SANDRA BOLAN

sbolan@yrmg.com

Between the funnel cakes, poutine and deep-fried anything, attending festivals has become a challenge for those who prefer to eat healthier. So when Celine Galaise, a senior sales and marketing manager of 22 years was downsized, she turned her unemployment status into a new career. “It was the perfect opportunity to pursue my passion. … Sometimes things happen for the best,” the Stouffville resident said. Galaise will officially launch Cil’s Place, a mobile organic juicing and smoothie trailer at Food Truck Frenzy July 16. “There’s a real appetite for healthy options” at street and community festivals, Galaise said. Galaise has 19 recipes for kale and spinach-based smoothies and juices as well as for those with carrot, beet, berry and tropical flavours, along with chocolate and mochabased protein drinks. She also sells berry-infused water. All ingredients are organic and the recipes are vegan. Galaise, 45, started juicing just over a

year ago to include more plant-based foods into her diet. It was a natural evolution for her. When Galaise was downsized, she thought of creating a bricks and mortar storefront but realized the trailer solved the issue of having a healthy option at street festivals and community events. It was also cheaper. The trailer is small enough Galaise can bring it into indoor events during the winter.

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28 trucks and counting The second Food Truck Frenzy and Music Festival takes over Main Street, between Market Street and Park Drive, July 16. It runs from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. The inaugural event had 16 food trucks, all with long line-ups. As of early this week, there were 28 food trucks booked, according to Anna Rose, the downtown co-ordinator for the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. Culinary delights being served up include southern tex mex, poutine, creole, pulled pork, Korean, seafood and even gluten free eats.

18,996*

$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

BI WEEKLY

186

$

2011 LEXUS RX 450h

BI WEEKLY

243

$

PRICE JUST REDUCED BY OVER $3000, HYBRID, AWD, ONE-OWNER, OFF-LEASE 99,735 KMS • STOCK# P668

31,921*

$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

BI WEEKLY

140

XLT 4 CYL FWD, ONE-OWNER, ACCIDENT-FREE 63,720 KMS • STOCK# 150614A

13,983*

$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

AWD, 4 CYL, OFF-LEASE, ACCIDENT-FREE 81,965 KMS • STOCK# P653

18,922*

$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

BI WEEKLY

204

$

2011 TOYOTA RAV4

BI WEEKLY

121

$

2010 FORD ESCAPE

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For more information, go to www.facebook.com/pages/ Cils-Place/1586897201552760

AWD V6 7 PASSENGER, OFF-LEASE, ONE-OWNER, 92,453 KMS • STOCK# P650

231

$

23,996*

$

BI WEEKLY

191

4 CYL FWD, OFF-LEASE, ONE OWNER 105,736 KMS • STOCK# P676

15,969*

$

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BI WEEKLY

217

$

21,957*

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22,983*

$

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199

$

236

22,983*

AWD TOURING PACKAGE, ONE-OWNER, ACCIDENT-FREE 73,276 KMS • STOCK# 150565A

23,928*

$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

2011 TOYOTA COROLLA

SE 4 CYL, ONE-OWNER, ACCIDENT-FREE, TCUV 39,975 KMS • STOCK# P636A

$

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$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

2012 TOYOTA CAMRY

SPORT V6 4WD, ONE-OWNER, ACCIDENT-FREE 53,336 KMS • STOCK# 140913A

18,934*

$

2011 TOYOTA VENZA

SPORT, V6 4WD, OFF-LEASE, TOYOTA CERTIFIED USED VEHICLE 75,075 KMS • STOCK# P675

$

FWD 4 CYL, OFF-LEASE, ONE-OWNER, ACCIDENT-FREE 89,452 KMS • STOCK# P670

$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

2011 TOYOTA RAV4

2011 TOYOTA RAV4

BI WEEKLY

SE V6, TOYOTA CERTIFIED USED VEHICLE, ONE-OWNER, OFF LEASE 26,542 KMS • STOCK# P647

BI WEEKLY

161

LE ENHANCED CONVENIENCE PACKAGE, OFF-LEASE, ACCIDENT-FREE 75,060 KMS • STOCK# P690

$

WARRANTY INCLUDED

15,983*

$

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OVER 75 ALL MAKE USED VEHICLES IN-STOCK. CREDIT CONCERNS? WE CAN HELP! Sale prices include Secure Gard Anti-Theft Security Protection registration, HST and Licensing extra. Bi- Weekly payments are based on fixed rates ranging from 5.99% to 8.79% depending on model year of vehicle and amount to be financed. *1.9% financing available on select Toyota Certified vehicles only. See dealer for details. “AS IS” vehicles sold uncertified without warranty. Terms of financing are as follow: 2007 models – 48 months, 2008-2010 models – 60 months, 2011 – 72 months, 2012-2013 models – 84 months.

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2

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$ 99

3

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SAVE $1.40/LB

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$ 99

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$ 99

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BI-WEEKLY FOR +HST BI-WEEKLY 84 MONTHS FOR +HSTOR 84 MONTHS OR

$21,999 $21,999

+HST& LIC +HST& LIC

, Brand trailer new pkg, vehicle, rear camera, remote start and V6, Cold wether group 500pkg, kms.rear Stk#camera, P084 remote start and ,only trailer only 500 kms. Stk# P084

$203 $203

BI-WEEKLY FOR +HST BI-WEEKLY 84 MONTHS FOR +HSTOR 84 MONTHS

OR $29,888 $29,888

+HST& LIC +HST& LIC

2015 DODGE JOURNEY CVP ‘S 2011 AUDI Q7 TDI DIESEL 2015 DODGE JOURNEY CVP 2011 AUDI Q7 TDI DIESEL BRAND NEW VEHICLES, A/C, 4‘S cylinder, 3TO Grey over, black leather interior, 7 rider, CHOOSE 3TO FROM CHOOSE FROM

keyless wheels, A/C, Canada’ favorite BRAND entry, NEW alloy VEHICLES, 4 cylinder, crossover SUV!alloy wheels, Canada’ favorite keyless entry, crossover SUV!

$121 $121

BI-WEEKLY FOR +HST BI-WEEKLY 84 MONTHS FOR +HSTOR 84 MONTHS

$17,888 $17,888 OR

+HST& LIC +HST& LIC

ALL VEHICLES SOLD CERTIFIED AND E-TESTED, AS SEEN AND EQUIPPED. * PREVIOUS DAILY RENTAL, SEE STOUFFVILLE CHRYSLER FOR DETAILS, 5.99% INTEREST RATE ALL VEHICLES SOLD CERTIFIED AND E-TESTED, AS SEEN AND EQUIPPED. * PREVIOUS DAILY RENTAL, SEE STOUFFVILLE CHRYSLER FOR DETAILS, 5.99% INTEREST RATE

Quattro, custom dual sunroof, Grey over, black wheel leatherpkginterior, 7 rider, exceptionally maintained vehicle. see! Quattro, custom wheel pkg dualMust sunroof, 161,000 kms Stk # 50583A vehicle. Must see! exceptionally maintained 161,000 kms Stk # 50583ABI-WEEKLY FOR

$259 $259

+HST BI-WEEKLY 72 MONTHS FOR +HSTOR 72 MONTHS

OR $33,791 $33,791

+HST& LIC +HST& LIC


OVER 50 OVER 50 VEHICLES INVEHICLES STOCK TO IN STOCK TO FROM CHOOSE CHOOSE FROM

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2011 HYUNDAI GENESIS COUPE 2.0T 2011 HYUNDAI GENESIS COUPE 2.0T $0

$159 $159

WN $0 DO DOWN

**

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

ONLY24,000 kms!!!!One owner, extra clean, sportykms!!!!One owner, extra ONLY24,000 clean, sporty

$17,995 $17,995

# P216A # P216A

2011 EQUUS SIGNATURE 2011 EQUUS SIGNATURE

$221 $221

$0 WN $0 DO DOWN

Auto, black on black leather fully loaded, too many options to leather list 99,320km Auto, black on black fully loaded, too many options to list 99,320km

Auto, White on Black leather, alloys, sunroof, powerWhite windows and locks. 99,600km Auto, on Black leather, alloys, sunroof, power windows and locks. 99,600km

2012 SONATA LTD. 2012 SONATA LTD. $0 WN $0 DO DOWN

**

i# 50133A

$0 WN $0 DO DOWN

+HST +HST

** $233 $233

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

$27,995 $27,995 #P242

+HST +HST

#P242

$179 $179

**

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS WAS $19,995 WAS $19,995 NOW $18,900 # 50070A NOW $18,900 # 50070A

$0 WN $0 DO O D WN

+HST +HST

$166 $166

+HST +HST

# 50334A

$128 $128

$11,995 $11,995 #P220

+HST +HST

#P220

One Owner! Leather, sunroof, extra clean One Owner! Leather, sunroof, extra clean

** $162 $162

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

$17,995 $17,995 #50334A

+HST +HST

#50334A

$0 WN $0 DO DOWN

Fully Loaded! AWD, leather interior, navigation Fully Loaded! AWD, leather interior, navigation

$149 $149

**

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

$16,495 $16,495 #50227A

+HST +HST

#50227A

2012 HYUNDAI TUCSON GLS 2012 HYUNDAI TUCSON GLS

**

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

$13,995 $13,995 #P212

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

2012 HYUNDAI VERA CRUZ GL 2012 HYUNDAI VERA CRUZ GL

**

$18,495 $18,495 # 50334A

New arrival! Auto, economical, former daily rental New arrival! Auto, economical, former daily rental

$110 $110

**

2012 HYUNDAI SONATA LIMITED 2.0T 2012 HYUNDAI SONATA LIMITED 2.0T

2011 HYUNDAI SONATA GL 2011 HYUNDAI SONATA GL $0 WN O D $0 DOWN

$0 WN $0 DO O D WN

2013 HYUNDAI ACCENT GL 2013 HYUNDAI ACCENT GL

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

Auto, black on black leather heated seats, sunroof, alloy 54281 Auto,wheels black on blackkms leather heated seats, sunroof, alloy wheels 54281 kms

Main St. Main St.

2012 FORD EXPLORER LTD. 2012 FORD EXPLORER LTD.

Auto, White on Black leather, AWD, sun roof, nav, windows & doors. KMSroof, Auto,pwr White on Black leather,104,153 AWD, sun nav, pwr windows & doors. 104,153 KMS

+HST

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS WAS $24,888 WAS $24,888 NOW $23,900 i# 50133A NOW $23,900

2013 FORD ESCAPE 2013 FORD ESCAPE $0 WN O D $0 O D WN

+HST

Stouffville Rd. Stouffville Rd.

Millard St. Millard St.

+HST

$0 WN $0 DO DOWN

$135 $135

**

BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS BI-WEEKLY FOR 72 MONTHS

$14,888 $14,888

+HST

New Arrival! Leather interior, alloy +HST wheels,Arrival! power group New Leather interior, alloy #50379A #P212 power group #50379A ADVERTISED PRICES ARE PLUS HST AND LICENSING, PAYMENTS ARE CALCULATED ON Awheels, BI WEEKLY REPAYMENT SCHEDULE WITH NO MONEY DOWN FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS, PAYMENTS FOR VEHICLES WITH A

New Arrival! Auto, economical, pwr group New Arrival! Auto, economical, pwr group

+HST

*THANKS FOR READING THE FINE PRINT. MODELYEAR OF 2010 AND LOWER ARE BASED ON A 60 MONTHTERM, PAYMENTS FOR VEHICLES WITH A MODELYEAR OF 2011 AND HIGHER ARE BASED ON A 72 MONTHTERM, APR 5.99% - FINANCING $15,000.00 FOR ATERM OF 72 MONTHS –TOTAL COST *THANKS FOR READING THE FINE PRINT. ADVERTISED ARE PLUS HST AND LICENSING, PAYMENTS CALCULATED ON A BI WEEKLY REPAYMENT WITH NO MONEY DOWN FOR QUALIFIED FOR VEHICLES WITH A OF BORROWING IS $2895.00, ALL FINANCE SCENARIOSPRICES ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL CRITERIA AS SET OUT ARE BY THE LENDING INSTITUTION, OTHER FINANCESCHEDULE OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE INCLUDING SUBPRIME ORBUYERS, SECONDPAYMENTS CHANCE FINANCE OPTIONS, ALL MODELYEARVEHICLES OF 2010 AND ARE BASED ON A 60OF MONTHTERM, PAYMENTS FOR WITH A MODELYEAR OF 2011 AND HIGHER ARE BASED ON A 72FOR MONTHTERM, 5.99% - FINANCING $15,000.00 FOR ATERM OF 72 MONTHS –TOTAL COST ADVERTISED ARELOWER SOLD WITHTHE BALANCE FACTORY WARRANTY AND AVEHICLES SAFETY CERTIFICATE, ADDITIONAL WARRANTIES ARE AVAILABLE, CALL COMPLETE APR DETAILS OR VISIT US 24/7 AT STOUFFVILLEHYUNDAI.COM OF BORROWING IS $2895.00, ALL FINANCE SCENARIOS ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL CRITERIA AS SET OUT BY THE LENDING INSTITUTION, OTHER FINANCE OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE INCLUDING SUBPRIME OR SECOND CHANCE FINANCE OPTIONS, ALL ADVERTISED VEHICLES ARE SOLD WITHTHE BALANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY AND A SAFETY CERTIFICATE, ADDITIONAL WARRANTIES ARE AVAILABLE, CALL FOR COMPLETE DETAILS OR VISIT US 24/7 AT STOUFFVILLEHYUNDAI.COM

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VEGAS GIVEAWAY SALE! VEGAS GIVEAWAY SALE! WITH EVERY NEW AND USED VEHICLE PURCHASE,

*TRIP INCLUDES ROUND TRIP *TRIP INCLUDES ROUNDHOTEL TRIP AIRFARE, AND 2 NIGHTS AIRFARE, STAYAND FOR2 2NIGHTS PEOPLEHOTEL STAY FOR 2 PEOPLE

WITH EVERY NEW AND USEDTRIP VEHICLE PURCHASE, RECEIVE A VEGAS FOR 2!! RECEIVE A VEGAS TRIP FOR 2!!

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0 FINANCING FINANCING % %

† †

FOR FOR UP TO UP TO

96MONTHS MONTHS

ON SELECT 2015 MODELS ON SELECT 2015 MODELS

The Hyundai your Heart wants The Hyundai your Heart wants

has a clearout price your Brain will love too. has a clearout price your Brain will love too.

WIN WIN -WIN WIN HWY: 6.7L/100 KM CITY: 9.7L/100 KM▼ HWY: 6.7L/100 KM CITY: 9.7L/100 KM▼

2015 2015

ELANTRA L ELANTRA L CASH PURCHASE PRICE: CASH PURCHASE PRICE:

$$

12,995 12,995

‡‡

INCLUDES INCLUDES

4,032 4,032

$ $

IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩΩ IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTS

Limited model shown♦ Limited model shown♦ HWY: 6.3L/100 KM CITY: 8.9L/100 KM▼ HWY: 6.3L/100 KM CITY: 8.9L/100 KM▼

2015 2015

ACCENT 5-DOOR L ACCENT L CASH PURCHASE PRICE: 5-DOOR INCLUDES

10,995 10,995

$ CASH PURCHASE PRICE: ‡‡ $ GLS model shown♦

4,232 4,232

VELOSTER MANUAL VELOSTER MANUAL CASH PURCHASE PRICE: INCLUDES

16,995 16,995

2,832 2,832

$ CASH PURCHASE PRICE: ‡‡ $

$INCLUDES $

IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩ IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩ

Tech Auto model shown♦

$INCLUDES $

IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩ IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩ

Tech Auto model shown♦

GLS model shown♦ HWY: 9.8L/100 KM CITY: 12.9L/100 KM▼ HWY: 9.8L/100 KM CITY: 12.9L/100 KM▼

2015 2015

HWY: 6.6L/100 KM CITY: 8.6L/100 KM▼ HWY: 6.6L/100 KM CITY: 8.6L/100 KM▼

2015 2015

SANTA FE SPORT 2.4L FWD SANTA FE SPORT 2.4L FWD CASH PURCHASE PRICE: INCLUDES

24,995 24,995

$ CASH PURCHASE PRICE: ‡‡ $ Limited model shown

Limited model shown♦

ALSO AVAILABLE IN:

THE ALL-NEW THE ALL-NEW 2015

HWY: 7.4L/100 KM CITY: 10.4L/100 KM▼ HWY: 7.4L/100 KM CITY: 10.4L/100 KM▼

2015

3,832 3,832

$INCLUDES $

IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩ IN PRICE ADJUSTMENTSΩ

ALSO AVAILABLE IN:

LEASE $118 BIWEEKLY THAT’SFOR LIKEONLY PAYING AT THAT’S LIKE PAYING AT

Sport 2.0T model shown♦ Sport 2.0T model shown♦

Visit HyundaiCanada.com for details on our entire line-up! Visit HyundaiCanada.com for details on our entire line-up!

5-year/100,000 km Comprehensive Limited Warranty†† Powertrain Warranty 5-year/100,000 km Comprehensive Limited Warranty†† 5-year/100,000 km Emission Warranty Powertrain Warranty 5-year/100,000 km Emission Warranty

SONATA GL SONATA GL LEASE FOR ONLY $118 BIWEEKLY

59 59

$ $

WEEKLY WEEKLY

00%%

2015 BEST NEW 2015 FAMILY CAR BEST NEW (OVER $30,000) FAMILY CAR (OVER $30,000)

FOR FOR

24 24

MONTHS WITH $995 DOWN MONTHS WITH $995 DOWN

SEE YOUR DEALER FOR DETAILS SEE YOUR DEALER FOR DETAILS http://www.hyundaicanada.com/my1st

®/™The Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names, images and slogans are trademarks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ‡Cash price of $12,995/$10,995/$16,995/$24,995 available on all new 2015 Elantra Sedan L Manual/Accent 5-Door L Manual/Veloster 6-speed Manual/Santa Fe Sport 2.4L FWD models and includes price http://www.hyundaicanada.com/my1st adjustments of $4,032/$4,232/$2,832/$3,832. Prices include Delivery and Destination charges of $1,595/$1,595/$1,695/$1,795, fees, levies and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Prices exclude registration, insurance, PPSA, license fees and dealer admin. fees of up to $499. Fees may vary by dealer. Delivery and Destination charge includes freight, P.D.E. and a full tank of gas. Price adjustments of up to $4,032/$4,232/$2,832/$3,832 available all newfeature 2015 Elantra Manual/Accent L Manual/Veloster 6-speed Manual/Santa FWD models. 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Finance registration, insurance, PPSA,oflicense adjustments of $4,032/$4,232/$2,832/$3,832. Prices5-Door include Destination charges $1,595/$1,595/$1,695/$1,795, and all applicable charges (excluding HST). PricesCash exclude PPSA, license fees andexample dealer includes admin. fees of upand to $499. Fees may vary bylevies dealer.and Delivery and Destination charge includes freight, example P.D.E. andexcludes a full tank of gas. Price adjustments up to fees and dealer admin. fees of available up to $499. available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial based on a6-speed new 2015 Sonata GL Auto with 2.4L an annual lease rate of 0%. Biweekly applied lease payment of $118Offer for acannot 24-month walk-awayorlease. Paymentwith of $995 and first monthlyoffers. payment Total lease obligation $7,131. LeaseNooffer includes Delivery and Destination of $1,695 levies, and from all applicable $4,032/$4,232/$2,832/$3,832 onLeasing all newoffers 2015 Elantra Sedan L Manual/Accent 5-Door LServices Manual/Veloster Manual/Santa Fe Sport FWD models. Price adjustments before taxes. be combined used inDown conjunction any other available Offerrequired. is non-transferable and cannotisbe assigned. vehicle trade-in required. †Finance offers available O.A.C. Hyundai charges HST). Lease offer excludes registration, insurance, license dealer admin. of up Fees varyobligation by dealer.of$0$19,136. security$0 deposit all models. 20,000 kmprice allowance per year Additional $0.12/km. $0 finance payments for up to 12 is and available on all new 2015 Hyundai models the total amount of theregistration, 12 weekly payments converted to Financial(excluding Services. 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Leasing available O.A.C. fromonly Hyundai Financial Services based on a new 2015 GL Auto withfinance an annual lease rate 0%.2015 Biweekly lease payment of $118 a 24-month walk-away lease.price Down Payment of $995 and first monthly obligation is $7,131. offer includes and Destination $1,695Felevies, all applicable $26,927/$21,277/$32,827/$26,727/$41,777. include insurance, Delivery and Destination charges $1,595/$1,595/$1,695/$1,695/$1,795, fees, levies and all$0applicable chargeson(excluding HST). Prices registration, insurance, PPSA, license and dealer$0admin. of up tofor $499. may vary by isdealer. ▼Fuel consumption new 2015 Elantra Limited 6.7L/100KM; City 9.7L/100KM); Accent charges (excluding HST). Lease offer excludesPrices registration, PPSA, license fees andofdealer admin. fees of up to $499. Fees may vary by dealer. security deposit all models. 20,000 kmexclude allowance per year applies. 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$ 99

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3

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$ 79

$ 99

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1

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$ 99

2

184-227g

$ 99

3

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350g

$ 99

1

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1

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414-475ml

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100% Chicken, Traditionally Raised

Boneless Top Sirloin Grilling Medallions

1

Split Chicken Wings • Hormone Free • Antibiotic Free • Vegetable Grain Fed • Air Chilled

SAVE $3.50/LB

• Sustainable • Never Farm Raised • Caught In North American Waters

Per lb. $28.64/kg

$

499

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$

99

8

Pkg

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200g

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$1.50

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156g

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2

50¢

1L

$1.50

OVEN FRESH BAKERY Pita Break

One Buns Burger Buns

$ 99

2

8 Pack

SAVE 80¢

100% Whole Wheat Bread

Apple Valley

Lemon Meringue or

Coconut Cream Pie

$ 99

1

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½ PRICE

$

449 8” Pie

SAVE $1.00

In Store Baked

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

$ 49

3

14 Pack

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In Store Baked, Stone Ground

9th Line

1299

2

Chewy Bars or Dipps

$ 99

Pickerel Fillets

$1.50

$ 49 SAVE

SAVE 60¢

500g

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1

400ml

Mexico Blvd. Authentic Nacho Chips 235g or Salsa 450g

$ 69

100% Fish, Wild Caught from Ontario

$

2

Markham Rd.

Per lb. g $22.02/kg

$ 49 SAVE

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Pasta

Aged for 28 Days, Cut from Canada AA, AAA Beef

9

750ml

De Cec Cecco

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499

Pasta Sauce

McCowan Rd.

750ml

$

SAVE $1.50

Kennedy Rd.

4

$ 49

142g

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Grapeseed Oil

99

SAVE $2.00

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Ilios Ili

$

500g

Deep Rive River

Granola Cereals

2

½ PRICE

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Sante

$ 49

3x80g

Product off S Produc Spain pain pai Aurora

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Salad Dressings

½ PRICE

720ml

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99¢

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Almond Milk

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Pure Coconut Water

Cheddar Bars

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Kraft Cracker Barrel

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BRAND NAME GROCERIES

SUPER SPECIAL!!


IT’S BACK AT ALTA NISSAN RICHMOND HILL

0 72 FINANCE† AS LOW AS

%

APR FOR UP TO

MONTHS ON SELECT MODELS

PLUS PICK FROM OUR

NO CHARGE

GET UP TO

1,000

$

EXTENDED WARRANTY PLAN3

UP TO A $1,500 VALUE

MY CHOICE BONUS CASH1

2015 NISSAN ALTIMA AVAILABLE FEATURES INCLUDE: ■ Intelligent Key Push Button Start ■ Remote Engine Start with Intelligent Climate Control ■ Zero Gravity Seats ■ Heated Steering Wheel and Seating ■ Blind Spot Warning System

$

SELLING PRICE

19,998

$

INCLUDES

0%

3.5 SL Model shown▲

ON ALTIMA 2.5

1,000 MY CHOICE BONUS CASH OR

FINANCING FOR 72 MONTHS

CURRENT NISSAN OWNERS THAT QUALIFY ARE ELIGIBLE FOR UP TO AN ADDITIONAL $1,000†† LOYALTY CASH ON SELECT MODELS ENDS JULY 31ST

RICHMOND HILL

NISSAN

7625 MARTIN GROVE RD.

100 AUTO VAUGHAN DR.

11667 YONGE ST.

95 AUTO MALL BLVD.

(IN #7 AUTO BLVD.)

(JANE N. OF RUTHERFORD)

(JUST N. OF ELGIN MILLS)

(JUST N. OF STOUFFVILLE RD)

(905) 851-1279

(905) 417-7211

(905) 780-7771

(905) 201-6006

STOUFFVILLE RD / MAIN

RUTHERFORD

ELGIN MILLS

HWY 7

HWY 7

HWY 407

HWY 407

9TH LINE

STOUFFVILLE

HWY 404

ALTA NISSAN

HWY 48

MAPLE NISSAN

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Globalfest kicks off with sensational performances from some of the biggest and most exciting names in music and dance! Celebrating the music from South America and the Caribbean, the opening day of the Festival will showcase Caribbean dance, Cuban music and the soulful vocals of famed Canadian musicians Jarvis Church and Jully Black. 11 AM - Great Community Entertainment for the Whole Family! NOON - Ontario Steel Band Show 1 PM - Pirate Delsol 2 PM - Opening Ceremony & Sweet Music! Drumming Performance 3 PM - Soul2sole Salsa 4 PM - Ballet Creole 5 PM - Tipica Toronto 7 PM - Jarvis Church 8:30 PM - Jully Black

Join in a day of Mexican, South American and Caribbean entertainment! Mariachi band and traditional dances, Latin and Caribbean music at its best! 11 AM - Great Community Entertainment for the Whole Family! NOON - Farrucas Latin Duo 1 PM - Los Moralitos Band 2 PM - The Samba Squad 3:30 PM - Jane Bunnett & Maqueque Cuban Band with special guest Eliana Cuevas 5 PM - Jorge Lopez Mariachi Mexico Amigo and the Mexican Folk Ballet Traditional Mexican mariachi band with dance performance. 7 PM - Quique Escamilla Mexican Canadian singer and Juno Award and Canadian Folk Music award winner takes the stage to perform an incredible set of Mexican-flavoured folk music. 8:30 PM - Messenjah Juno Award winner and Canada’s most successful reggae band.

Don’t miss your chance to catch York Region’s rising stars! The best of the region’s talent has been chosen for this jam-packed evening of entertainment. 5 PM - School of Rock Students of Markham’s rock music school perform. 6 PM - Best of Open Mic #1 Local talent step into the spotlight in this open mic jam session; musicians have been hand-picked by an expert panel to showcase the best in Markham’s entertainment scene. 8 PM - Best of Celebration Of The Arts Metroland Media’s annual arts celebration selects its top talent to perform and brings back celebrity alumni. 9 PM - Best of York Region #2

5 PM: Great Community Entertainment for the Whole Family! 6 PM - Opening Ceremony 6:30 - 10 PM: A Multicultural Variety Show ● Feature Artists: Jennie & Annie Chung ● Special Appearance by Jonas M. ● The Grand Illusion of Neil Croswell Breathtaking Taekwondo & Martial Arts Shows Multicultural Dance Performances Games & Prizes Galore

Canada is the star of this phenomenal day of folk, roots and pop music, and dance. 11 AM - Great Community Entertainment for the Whole Family! 11 AM - Mike Burns Treo NOON - Hey Wow 2 PM - Dani Strong Band 3 PM - Jack De Keyser Blues Band 4 PM - Kaha:Wi Dance Theatre 5 PM - Devin Cuddy Band Son of Canadian musician Jim Cuddy, Devin has carved a name for himself as a singer/songwriter. 6:30 PM - La Bottine Souriante 10-piece French Canadian roots band will rock the crowd. 8:30 PM - Shawn Desman Canadian Shawn Desman stepped onto the scene in the early 2000s with dance hits “Get Ready”,“Shook” and “Spread My Wings”. His upbeat pop/dance music will energize the street!

The Deep South comes to Markham with toe-tapping Cajun and New Orleans style jazz and roots music. 5 PM - Swamp Girls Cooking Show 6 PM - Forest Huval’s Bayou Tech Cajun Band Some of the best indie and rock talent in the region takes over the Globalfest stage. 7 PM - Equinox Jazz Orchestra A jazz experience like no other, 5 PM - Skylark from up-tempo jazz of New 6 PM - The Tone Dogs Orleans to the smooth crooner 7 PM - The Glenn Marais Band style of New York City. 8:30 PM - Tribute to Motown With George 8:30 PM - Mojo & Bayou Gypsies St. Kitts Band Last 3 nights of Louisiana roots/rock band brings An exciting 16 artists on stage perform the the party to the next level with their Globalfest close best of the motor city in this invigorating with fireworks, energetic Cajun sound! and fun tribute to the music of Motown. July 17, 18 and 19!

Bollywood comes to Pan Am with a spectacular celebration of dance and music. 5 PM - Menaka Thakkar Dance Company 6 PM - Goa Amigos 7 PM - Autorickshaw 8 PM - Shiamak Davar Bollywood Dance 8:30 PM - JoSH the BaND Indian fusion rock band that combines the sounds of India with world music influences from the Western world and beyond.

Bring the whole family to this fun day of music, dance and entertainment culminating with the best music from Hollywood blockbusters! 11 AM - Great Community Entertainment for the Whole Family! 1 PM - Markham Concert Band 2:30 PM - Saat South Asian Dance Show 3 PM - Magic Show 3:30 PM - Fiddlefire With Chris Mckool and the Sultans Of String 4:30 PM - Next Generation Leahy 6 PM - Splash’N Boots 7 PM - The Trevor Leblanc Interactive Show 8 PM - Music Of Hollywood & a Tribute to Star Wars! Conductor Kerry Stratton and the Toronto Concert Orchestra perform timeless hits from movie classics through the decades!

Other Attractions Watch your kids as they enjoy themselves and play with a variety of fun and engaging activities in the designated Kid Zone. Have a Taste of Pan Am from one of the many food vendors, and take a break in the Beer Tent and relax with a beverage while watching or wait for the next performance. Shop, talk and view the work of artisans from around the world. Kids Zone: The kids zone will be open each day from 5 to 10 p.m • Face Painting • Balloon Making • Sports Activities • Giant-Sized Board Games • Hands-On Art Activities by Varley Art Gallery • Pachi Green Screen Photo Booth by Markham Public Libraries • Summer Reading

Club Activity by Markham Public Libraries • Milk Bag Weaving by the Sustainability Department • Activities from the Markham Museum • Circus Buskers – jugglers, stilt walkers • “Circus Interactive Activity Zone” with Heath Tarlin Entertainment – weekends only 1 to 5 p.m. Artisans • Pottery • Jewellery • Visual Arts • Arts & Crafts • Dance Demonstrations • Pan Am official Booth • City of Markham Booth Tastes of PAN AM • Canadian • Chinese • Korean • Caribbean • Mexican • Louisiana Style cooking – The Swamp Girls (July 17 only)


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Exciting, diverse lineup on stage in free shows July 11-19 Jully Black, PAN AM AMBASSADOR and Canadian R&B soul/pop dynamo, Jully Black has been nominated for 4 Juno Awards, and won the Juno for Best R&B Soul/Recording of the Year for her second album “Revival” in 2008. Multi-talented, Black also starred in the theatrical production of Da Kink In My Hair in 2005 in Toronto. Jully will be part of the opening night ceremonies and performing on stage at July 11 at 8:30 p.m. Shawn Desman: A singer, songwriter, dancer and a television personality Shawn Desman can do it all. Desman’s accolades include a Platinum album, JUNO and MMVA Awards and he has been recognized at the Canadian Screen Awards and at the Reel World Film Festival. Recently inducted into the Portuguese-Canadian Walk of Fame, Desman’s talent, charisma and let’s not forget those good looks, have inspired and entertained audiences worldwide. Shawn Desman will be hitting the Globalfest stage on Saturday, July 18 at 8:30 p.m.

STAR POWER: Canadian artist Shawn Desman will light up the Globalfest stage Saturday, July 18 at 8:30 p.m. Concert not to be missed.

three solo albums in 2002, 2008, and 2012 with accolades. He also has a keen eye for talent, and has played the role of producer and mentor for other Canadian artists such as Nelly Furtado and K’Naan. His own musical talent has been described Jarvis Church: Canadian R&B singeras distinctly soulful and his latest work songwriter and producer and is the lead has fittingly been a tribute to Sam Cooke, singer for the R&B-pop group The Philoso- an icon of soul music (2012). Jarvis will pher Kings. Jarvis Church also released be on the Globalfest stage opening night at 7 p.m.

HE’S GOT SOUL: R&B singer Jarvis Church, lead singer of the Philosopher Kings, performs opening night, July 11, at 7 p.m.

Josh Band: JoSH is a Canadian IndoPakistani music group composed of two members, Rup Magon and Qurram Hussain. JoSH is influenced by hip-hop and pop genres and has worked with artists including Nelly Furtado and Apache Indian to presents traditional Bhangra music in a new way to a larger audience. The band’s accolades include MTV India and Pakistan awards, a Bollywood Music Award and the coveted Band of the Decade award at Anokhi Vibe. You can hear this unique sound as Markham celebrates South Asian and Indian culture on Wednesday, July 15 at 8:30 p.m.

Messenjah: Has been part of the Canadian Roots/Reggae scene since the early 1980s. As a Juno Award winner they have performed at the Canadian National Exhibition, Ontario Place Forum and Maple Leaf Gardens. Messenjah’s song “Jam Session” for many years was the intro for KCMU’s long running reggae show Positive Vibrations. Messenjah will be on the Markham Globalfest Stage Sunday, July 12 at 8:30 p.m. as part of the South America, Caribbean and Fiesta Mexicana day. Splash’N Boots: 2014/2015 JUNO Award Nominees, Splash’N Boots is a well renowned musical duo. Nick Adams and Taes Leavitt have performed over 2,000 shows world-wide with shows in countries including Canada, Australia and Western Europe. Splash’N Boots have released eighteen music videos (eight of them were picked up by Treehouse TV!). As proud supporters of Sick Kids Hospital, Splash’N Boots aim is to put a smile on every child’s face. The duo will be entertaining on Family Day, July 19 at 6 p.m.

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Musicians, performers add flare to Pan Am fest

OUR pan Am ambassador It’s almost party time. Starting Saturday, Globalfest will bring music, food, dancing and fun to the street. “It’s music mania, it’s culture mania, it’s family mania, it’s community mania,” said Jully Black who will be headlining the main stage Saturday night. “Come one, come all, have a good time,” From July 11 to 19, Main Street Unionville South will host 95 shows and 600 artists from 41 countries. Black lives in Markham and is looking forward to playing for the home crowd. “It’s nice to have my family close by,” she said, adding her mom does not always have the opportunity to see her concerts in downtown Toronto. Black is excited to be part of the Pan Am events. “Everybody expects TO2015 to be about Toronto, but Pan Am has spread across so many awesome cities,” she said. “When Markham offered, I had to say yes, this is where it is home.” She did admit it was a little strange to see her face on one of the promotional billboards in Markham. “I did a double take,” she said, adding her success is still surprising. “It will always be a surprise to me,” she said. “This is my passion, it’s my purpose, I did absolutely nothing to earn this gift of song so I don’t want to take it

Jully Black headlines Globalfest’s opening night July 11. for granted.” While the Pan Am and Parapan Am games put a lot of focus on athletes and sport, Globalfest will be highlighting the cultural side of this multinational event. And it gives people in Markham a chance to experience the festivities first hand. “This is a once-in-a-lifetime event,” said Black. — Laura Finney

America, Caribbean, and Fiesta Mexicana day and will be performing on Sunday, July 12 at 7 p.m.

FOR THE KIDS: Musical duo Splash’N Boots perform on Family Day, July 19 at 6 p.m.

Los Moralitos: This Markham trio has grown into their own with a modern electric take on danceable rhythms such as salsa and cumbia to create a funky and electric tropical repertoire. After three years of touring around as Los Moralitos, they have produced their first independent studio album, featuring the single “City of Friends,” a song dedicated to the City of Markham and the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. Los Moralitos will be dancing as part of the South America, Caribbean, and Fiesta Mexicana day on Sunday, July 12 at 1 p.m.

Quique Escamilla: Winner of the 2015 Juno Award for World Music Album Kaha: Wi Dance Theatre (KDT): Rec- of the Year and World Solo Artist of the ognized for its fusion of Indigenous and Year at the 2014 Canadian Folk Music contemporary dance, KDT has become one Awards, Quique Escamilla is a “modern of Canada’s leading contemporary dance day troubadour” to watch. Quique fuses companies. Founded by Artistic Director Mexican styles of music with rock, reggae, Santee Smith and with collaborations with ska, pop, cumbia, and a variety of other popular artists including Susuriwka (Ainu Latin American rhythms. A seasoned rock star OKI, Japan), Derek Miller (JUNO performer, Escamilla effortlessly connects award-winner) and Tanya Tagaq (Inuit with his audience no matter the venue, throat-singer), KDT captivates audiences crossing barriers to passionately deliver worldwide. KDT will be on stage Satur- songs inspired by various social and politiday, July 18 at 4 p.m. cal issues. Quique is part of the South

Toronto Concert Orchestra & Music of Hollywood: Illustrious and renowned conductor Kerry Stratton and the Toronto Concert Orchestra will perform a Tribute to Star Wars and other timeless hits from movie classics throughout the decades. With 50 musicians on the Markham Global Fest stage under Kerry Stratton’s direction, this performance will wow the audience. Kerry and the Toronto Concert Orchestra will perform as part of the closing show on Family Day, Sunday, July 19 at 8 p.m.

Mojo & The Bayou Gypsies: The music reflects the Louisiana Zydeco, Cajun and New Orleans traditions of Folk-Jazz, Rock & Roll and Blues Rhythms. Mojo and the Bayou Gypsies have made audiences happy through their engaging live shows worldwide. With performances at the Opera and Vaudeville Houses in the U.S., the Parliament in Canada and with numerous charitable concerts (Habitat for Humanity, YMCA, etc.), the band’s ability to tell stories through their music differentiates themselves from other artists. Watch Mojo & The Bayou Gypsies on Friday, July 17 at 8:30 p.m.


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Facilities make early splash with Pan Am athletes BY MICHAEL HAYAKAWA

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Let the 2015 Pan American Games begin. In Markham that is. After years of planning and construction for the largest multisport event ever held on Canadian soil, with a cost pegged at $2.5billion, the 2015 Pan Am Games dipped its toe in the water at the Atos Markham Pan Am/Parapan Am Centre Tuesday morning. While Friday’s opening ceremonies mark the official start of Toronto2015, the first competition of the Games tipped off in a stateof-the-art pool, located off Kennedy Road and north of Hwy. 407 where Venezuela faced off against Puerto Rico in women’s water polo and played to an 11-11 tie. Following that match, the United States cruised to a 25-3 win over Mexico. Canada then faced Brazil in a match that ended in a 7-7 draw to

conclude the early session. Those in attendance were impressed with what they witnessed on the opening day of the Games and to see the multi-sport competition finally commence in the recently completed $80-million facility that will also host the badminton and table tennis events. “It’s here, we’re excited for this moment,” said Mayor Frank Scarpitti. “It’s great to see the Pan Am Games get started here in Markham before the opening ceremonies. We’re cheering for Canada. It’s what it’s all about, to build the Pan Am spirit. “It’s great to have this facility and to have it help in increasing the number of Canadian athletes in the future. We opened this facility last November and this is why we went after the Games. We’re excited to be a host city.” Curt Harnett, former Canadian Olympic and Pan Am Games cyclist who is serving as the chef

de mission for Canada’s contingent at the Pan Am Games, was in total agreement.

‘It’s one of the better ones in the world that I’ve been in and it ranks right up there with some of the best like the one when we were in Barcelona and used the one that they had during the Olympics.’ “It’s a great day to kick off 19 days of world class competition with what we saw today,” he said. “It was great to see the Canadian women’s team fighting right to the end. To watch water polo in person it can change people’s minds of what it takes to be a great athlete.” As for the facility, Harnett said it

will serve the City of Markham well not just for the Pan Am Games but in years ahead. “It’s a significant asset for the City of Markham,” he said. “Frank (Scarpitti) has done a great job with his leadership to have an Olympicsized pool and an amazing field house accompanying it. Also pleased with the facilities were the participants. Many of whom had an early baptism with it when a test event was conducted earlier this year. “It’s an amazing facility,” said Team Canada player Emma Wright, who scored a goal to put Canada ahead 7-6 before Brazil battled back to tie the game. “It’s one of the better ones in the world that I’ve been in and it ranks right up there with some of the best like the one when we were in Barcelona and used the one that they had during the Olympics.” Patrick Oaten, Brazil’s head women’s team coach and a former high performance director of

the Canadian women’s water polo program, gave the facility a thumbs up. “It’s fantastic,” he said without any hesitation. “We did a test event in January and I wish there were more facilities like this one in Canada. I’m a sports-minded guy and when I was here (in Canada) I didn’t like to be recognized as being a one-sport nation. “When I saw the plans for the facility I said the people in Markham are lucky to have it.” “The pool is great,” added Johanne Begin, Team Canada women’s head coach. The only concern she had was the absence of an adjacent dryland warmup area in the building. “Most of the facilities have a gym part where we can do dryland training,” she said. “To have that would be a plus.” See more water polo photos online at yorkregion.com

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Caira brings veteran presence to women’s ball team BY MICHAEL HAYAKAWA

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Jenna Caira has played plenty of softball games as a member of Canada’s women’s softball team since first cracking the national roster in 2009. But during that timespan, the 26-year-old former Gormley resident and veteran Team Canada right-handed pitcher revealed the one thing she hasn’t done is to don that jersey while competing in her home town. When the women’s softball event at the 2015 Pan American Games take place in Ajax from July 19 to 26, Caira intends to seize that moment. Not only will she continue to represent Canada, but to perform in front of her immediate family and close friends is something she is really looking forward to. To that, she thanks the Toronto Pan Am Games organizing committee for making her dream become a reality. “I’ve never played in my home town wearing the Canada jersey,” Caira said. “It will be a privilege playing on home soil, and where I actually grew up playing on these fields.

“Some of my family and friends have never had the opportunity to see me play, and I am looking forward in doing so while representing my family, community and country ...” Caira and her Team Canada teammates have a little score to settle on the ball diamond. With the last Pan American Games having taken place in Guadalajara, Mexico in 2011, Caira and her teammates reached the final only to lose to the United States.

Score to settle with States This time, they want to take things a step further and are optimistic despite playing in what Caira calls a highly competitive field. The national team held auditions in Florida for a seven-day period last December to finalize their roster. Caira feels the team has the proper ingredients that includes a blend of experience and youth along with a strong commitment on and off the field from the players and coaches. As one of the team captains, Caira played an instrumental role in ensuring a positive attitude is prevalent. A big part of her responsibility is to ensure everyone is on the same page and a cul-

ture is created that appeals to the coaching staff. “We have a great group of players who want to win, and certainly put the time into their training. I feel our team has great chemistry and we truly support each teammate. “Leadership is demonstrated throughout our team, and it is exemplified through the hard work and support from both the coaching staff and players,” she said. She took up the game when she was four years old after watching older sisters Danielle and Nadia compete and made her competitive debut when she was 12. Caira recently served a two-year stint as an assistant women’s coach at Syracuse University where she played at the collegiate level. She has no timetable as to how long she wants to continue to try and foil batters with her live arm. Focusing on the now, Caira wants nothing more than to do her part to help put Canada on top in the Pan Am zone. “I just want to go as long as my body lets me, and ensure I can play to my best ability for Canada,” she said.

Men end world title drought to prep for Pan Ams Two Stouffville residents played an integral role in helping Canada tune up for the Pan American Games men’s softball competition by capturing the 14th men’s World Softball Championship in Saskatoon last weekend. Andy Skelton and Paul Koert were members of Canada’s team that defeated New Zealand 10-5 in Sunday’s final and snap a 23-year drought in which they last won the world championship that was held in Manila, Philippines. To win the coveted gold though, certainly wasn’t an easy task. Spotting New Zealand a 5-0 advantage through 2 1/2 innings, Canada erupted with four runs in each of the third and fourth innings and two in the sixth to win the game and title. “It was very enjoyable,” an elated Koert said upon returning to Stouffville Monday. “At the same time, it was kind of unexpected. Especially when we were down 5-0. But it turned out good at the end. “It’s a huge accomplishment.” Sporting a 1-1 won-loss mark while on the rubber during the championships, the veteran 36-year-old lefthanded pitcher attributed a large degree of their success to the philosophy instilled by Team Canada head coach John Stuart, who took over the helm in November. Under Stuart’s leadership, Koert said the team has been invigorated and are buying into

his approach. “He gave us a new focus and a new attitude,” Koert said of Stuart. “We played the game differently, we were aggressive and he went with our best guys and that led to our success.” In reaching the final, Canada sported an unblemished 6-0 mark in pool play.

‘At the same time, it was kind of unexpected. Especially when we were down 5-0. But it turned out good at the end. It’s a huge accomplishment.’ Advancing to the championship round, Canada started off on the right foot with an 8-3 win over Australia before suffering its lone blemish in a 9-5 loss against New Zealand. But Canada rebounded to blank Venezuela 10-0 Sunday and set the stage for their rematch against New Zealand in the final later that day. Skelton saw action in three games and scored three runs and delivered four hits, including a double and home run, and five RBIs. With little time to dwell on their accomplishment Koert said it’s time to start con-

centrating on the 2015 Pan Am Games as the team will go to the Pan Am Athletes Village in Toronto today before opening play against Mexico at the President’s Choice Ajax Pan Am Ballpark July 12 at 7 p.m. Eagerly looking forward to making his Pan Am Games debut along with Skelton, Koert feels the victory Canada attained at the world championships should serve as a confidence booster in their quest to claim the coveted Pan Am gold medal. In large part because they saw or played the participating Pan Am teams at the world championships. The key though, will be to stay the course they took through the world championships. “All we have to do is to take the same approach as we did at the worlds,” Koert said. “I like our chances.” Having been in the game for as long as he’s in it and being a part of numerous championship teams, Koert hinted it would be a great way for him to put away the glove and spikes for good if Canada could win the Pan Am gold and world championship title in the same year. “From my perspective, to win the Pan Am and world championship would be a great way to go out,” said Koert, who starred for Stouffville youth teams playing out of Memorial Park. – Michael Hayakawa

JENNA CAIRA: Gormley native relishing chance to play in front of family, friends at Pan Am Games.

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The Stouffville Mennos reeled off five straight victories en route to capturing the Richmond Hill Men’s Fastball League midseason tournament that was capped off with a 5-4 win over Pickering in extra innings at the Richmond Hill Town Park Sunday. Spotting Pickering a 3-0 lead after the top of the second inning, the Mennos got one back in their trip to the plate when Jeff Boadway tripled and scored on a double by Kris Burkholder. The Mennos then tied the score in the third when Rick Burkholder singled and advanced to third in a double by Jay Nesbitt. Both runners scored on a single by Byron Baranieski. Feeding off of that momentum, the Mennos took a 4-3 lead in the fifth inning when Rich Burkholder and Dale Boadway delivered base hits. But Pickering battled back to tie the game at 4-4 in the seventh on a single, a Mennos’ fielding error and sacrifice fly. Pickering started the eight inning with a runner on second base under international

rules and immediately stole third base. They followed with a single that failed to scored the runner and Stouffville was able to end the threat with a strikeout and a double play. In the bottom of the inning, Shawn Boadway started as a runner on second base, moved to third on a fly ball and stole home on a wild pitch to end the game. Greg Dalgarno went the distance for the Mennos giving up six hits while striking out 11 Pickering batters. In reaching the final, the Mennos opened the tournament with a 7-0 win over the Richmond Hill Diamond Kings Friday. The Mennos began Saturday by doubling the count on the Richmond Hill Angels 4-2. In the final round robin game late that day, the Mennos defeated North York 4-2. . The three straight round-robin victories put the Mennos in first place and gave them a bye into the semifinals Sunday. Facing North York for a second time, the Mennos came away with a 7-1 win in five innings. The Mennos are scheduled to resume league play with a double header at the Richmond Hill Town Park against the Richmond Hill Bingos and Angels tonight at 7 p.m.

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Del Zotto files for arbitration Michael Del Zotto feels he’s entitled to a raise in pay by the Philadelphia Flyers for performance on the blueline last season. At the same time, the National Hockey League club feels the 25-year-old Stouffville resident’s on-ice efforts are worth a specified amount. In an effort to find a happy medium, the two sides are scheduled to undergo a salary arbitration hearing. A first round pick of the New York Rangers and 20th player chosen overall in the 2008 NHL draft, Del Zotto was one of 23 players in the league that elected to undergo salary arbitration Sunday, the NHL announced on its website. Last season, Del Zotto had 10 goals and 22 assists in 64 games with the Flyers. Salary arbitration hearings will be held in Toronto from July 20 to Aug. 4.

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Jason Hathaway did not reach the podium after the NASCAR Canadian Tire ECKO Unlimited 100 at Circuit ICAR road course in Mirabel, Que. Sunday. Despite finishing in 11th place in the 23-car field, Hathaway and the Stouffvillebased Team Three Red/EHR race team still maintain the overall lead in the points series

Acknowledging that competing in front of the hometown crowd might add a bit more pressure, Sanders believes her team will thrive off of the support and is ready for the challenge. “We see this as an opportunity to gain national support as we head to the Olympics,” she said. “We want all Canadians to be cheering for us.”

‘I am so proud to be representing Canada in Canada.’ As for which other countries could stand in Canada’s way for gold, she anticipates there are a few. “Mexico has nice routines and they have a great energy like us when they swim, as well as Brazil, but it’s a great honour to compete with these talented teams,” she said. While winning gold is the main objective for Sanders and her Team Canada teammates, she said they will also use the Games as a tuneup for a bigger international stage with the upcoming 2015 FINA Worlds to be held in Russia from Aug. 5 to 16. From there, they will be set their sights on the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Sanders is definitely looking to be part of that plan. “Right now my focus is heavily dedicated to swimming. This is my dream and I’m so proud to be representing Canada and I still hope to continue swimming for many years to come,” she said. standings by a slim one-point advantage over Gary Klutt 159-158. The Team Three Red/EHR entry will have a quick turnaround before heading west for the first race at Edmonton International Raceway July 11 and then on to Auto Clearing Motorspeedway in Saskatoon July 15.

Gormley racer has top-10 finishes Samantha Tan drove her GPI/Kia Forte Koup to a pair of seventh-place finishes and one ninth-place result during three rounds of the Pirelli World Challenge TCA event on the Road America road circuit in Elkart Lake, Wisc. last weekend. Tan, who is in her first year in competing in the Pirelli World Challenge TCA, felt the Road America course provided a tough challenge. In coming away with no accidents, Tan feels she’s continuing to make progress in her budding career on the race track. “Overall, Road America was a huge learning experience for me and has made me stronger mentally so I can effectively tackle the next weekend,” she said. “There is the infamous corner named the kink (turn 11), which is terrifying to go through it flat out since the wall is so close to the edge.” The next three rounds, 10, 11 and 12, are scheduled to take place at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course from Aug. 13 to 15.


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he quantity and heartfelt quality of the condolences sent to Maurice “Moe” Buckle’s family following his passing May 14, 2015 at 71, are more than tributes; they also serve as poignant characterizations of the beloved Keswick man’s life. Personally and professionally, Moe, as most called him, had a legion of connections, son Chris Buckle said. “He had a network of people over the span of his life,” he recalled. “He had a lot of friends and acquaintances.” Moe had a magnetic personally, his son recalled. “He had a calming, warm presence,” he said. “He was always inviting you in. Congenial, serious, fun, he was all of the above as appropriate for the occasion. “He was a jokester who enjoyed a good laugh and a good party.” Moe was also a respected professional. A former police officer, he served on both Metro Toronto and York Regional Police forces. He worked for Dawson’s Marina in Keswick for several years and, for the past 22 years, successfully managed and consulted at Traffic Ticket Advocates in Newmarket. Chris continues to work at the company, providing legal services specializing in Highway Traffic Act offences. As a licenced paralegal with the Upper Canada Law Society and longtime member of the Institute of Agents at Court, he actively defended traffic ticket matters in

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Loving husband and best friend of Peggy (nee Scaysbrook), beloved father of Craig and his wife Tanya of Markham, Andrea of Mount Albert and proud and devoted Papa to Matthew. Dear brother of Myrna Hunter (Larry), Irene Canavan (Jim), Lori Stonehouse and dear brother-in-law of Craig and Sue Scaysbrook. He will be lovingly remembered by his many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents Lorna and Howard.

Dave faced many serious health issues over the past 23 years with bravery and determination. He will be greatly missed. Visitation will be at DIXON-GARLAND FUNERAL HOME, 166 Main Street North (Markham Road), Markham on Monday, July 13th from 7-9pm and Tuesday July 14th from 11am-12pm, followed by a Memorial Service in the Chapel. Private interment.

In lieu of flowers, please honour Dave’s memory with donations to the Kidney Foundation of Canada, or Mackenzie Health Foundation. WARD, June Olive (nee Elson) It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that June’s family announces her passing on Monday July 6th, 2015 at Markham-Stouffville Hospital in her 83rd year. Devoted wife of the late Douglas Ward. Loving mother to Sandra McKean (Bill), Sheila Dunbar (Jamie), Lynn Gregory (Doug) and Lorraine Ward (John). June will be sadly missed by her grandchildren Candice, Alex, Justin, Brittany, Eric, Ryan, Landon and the late Terry Jr. (Jenny) as well as her great grandchildren Erika and Nolan. Her Watchful grandpuppy Tico will sadly miss his countless dishes of ice cream. Special thanks to Dr. Patterson and Nurse Cheri for their care of our mom. Friends are invited to the O’Neil Funeral Home (6324 Main St., Stouffville) 905-642-2855 for visitation on Friday July 10th, 2015 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. A celebration of Life service will take place at Christ Church Anglican (254 Sunset Blvd., Stouffville) on Saturday July 11, 2015 at 1 p.m. Interment to follow at Stouffville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Toronto Western Hospital Vision Program for E x c e l l e n c e (www.tgwhf.ca>http://www.tgwhf.ca>) or Peter Munk Cardiac Centre (www.inaheartbeat.ca<http://www.inah eartbeat.ca>). Online condolences can be made at oneillfuneral.ca

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HUDSON, William Albert John Passed away suddenly on June 29, 2015, at his home in Innisfil, at the age of 65. Beloved husband of the late Anne. Loving father of Matthew and his wife Kalie and Christopher and his partner Katherine. Dear grandfather of Cassidy and Shelby Lynn. Will be greatly missed by his sister Jill and her husband Richard Coles. Predeceased by his parents John and Isabelle Hudson of London, Ontario. A special thanks to the staff at Lakeside Retirement at Innisfil. Lovingly remembered by all his family and friends. The family received friends at the DIXON-GARLAND FUNERAL HOME, Markham. Cremation was held. In lieu of flowers, donations made to Scouts Canada or to Wounded Warriors Foundation (woundedwarriors.ca) would be appreciated by the family. HETHERINGTON, Joan Suddenly passed away, surrounded by her family, at Markham-Stouffville Hospital on Monday July 6, 2015 at the age of 79. Cherished wife of Ross. Loving mom of Anne Marie and Norman (Connie) and grandmother to Michael “THE BOSS” (Jennifer) and Taylor “THE 14 3/4 Girl”. Joan will be missed by all of her animal friends. Friends are invited to Eastridge Missionary Church 12485 Tenth Line, Stouffville for a Celebration of Joan’s Life on Thursday July 9th, 2015 for visitation from 10 to 11a.m. followed by a service at 11a.m. Interment at Stouffville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the O.S.P.C.A. or The Humane Society or Doctors without Borders. Online Condolences can be made at oneillfuneral.ca

JOHNSON, Geraldine Betty (1923 - 2015) Geraldine Stouffer, the beloved wife of the late Frank Johnson, passed away peacefully at Markham-Stouffville Hospital on Sunday, July 5, 2015 in her 93rd year. She is a retired Bell Canada and Bethesda-Stouffville Telephone Co. employee who will be remembered for her love of gardening and her involvement with her church. Funeral was held on Wednesday July 8th. Gifts in her memory may be sent to the Alzheimer’s Association, the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice. Absent from the body, present with her Lord.

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Apartments for Rent We, the Bourne Family, wish to thank all those who came to support us into the passing of Dave. Your prayers, gifts of flowers, food and monetary donations to your charity of choice are greatly appreciated. The many phone calls and greetings of sympathy have helped immensely. Special thanks to Pastor Peter Pallant and Pastor John Howarth for your compassion, spiritual guidance and for presiding at Dave’s memorial service. Heartfelt thanks to nephew Ken Armstrong for your touching eulogy, and to granddaughter Destiny, for your “Tribute to Grandpa” Grateful thanks to the O’Neill Funeral Home for your compassionate care and assistance with arrangements . Special thanks to the Bloomington Gospel Church Ladies for the delicious lunch following the memorial service on June 17, 2015 Love Laura, Clint, Craig, Sean and families

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(collectively, “NCF”) and refers to the first two (2) monthly lease payments or first two (2) monthly finance payments. A customer’s first two monthly payments (inclusive all taxes) will be waived, up to a maximum of $225/$250/$375/$400/$375/$400/$600 per month tax inclusive. After two months, the customer will be required to make all remaining regularly scheduled payments over the remaining term of the contract. Customers must be approved to lease or finance through NCF. Cash purchase buyers or buyers who finance outside of Nissan Finance are also not eligible for this choice. 3No charge extended warranty is valid for up to 60 months or 100,000 km (whichever occurs first) from the warranty start date and zero (0) kilometers. Some conditions/limitations apply. The no charge extended warranty is the Nissan Added Security Plan (“ASP”) and is administered by Nissan Canada Extended Services Inc. (“NCESI”). In all provinces NCESI is the obligor. This offer includes the Gold level of coverage. Retail value of ASP is based on MSRP $1,200/$1,400/ $1,500/$1,500/$1,700/$1,700/$2,000 for a new 2015 Micra®(excluding S trim)/Versa Note/Sentra/Altima Sedan/Juke®/Rogue/Pathfinder. Dealers are free to set individual prices. ≠Representative monthly lease offer based on any new 2015 Rogue S FWD CVT (Y6RG15 AA00)/Pathfinder S V6 4x2 (5XRG15 AA00) CVT transmission/2015 Sentra 1.8 S M6 (C4LG55 AA00). 0.99%/0.99%/0% lease APR for a 60/60/60 month term equals 60/60/60 monthly payments of $257/$365/$158 with $0 down payment, and $0 security deposit. First monthly payment, down payment and $0 security deposit are due at lease inception. Prices and payments include freight and fees. Lease based on a maximum of 20,000 km/year with excess charged at $0.10/km. Total lease obligation is $15,418/$21,891/$9,488. $1,000/$1,500/$1,000 My Choice Bonus Cash included in advertised offer. Conditions apply. †Representative finance offer based on any new 2015 Altima 3.5 SL CVT (T4SG15 NV00)/2015 Sentra 1.8 S M6 (C4LG55 AA00). Selling price is $34,977/$16,199 financed at 0%/0% APR equals 72/84 monthly payments of $486/$193 monthly for a 72/84 month term. $0 down payment required. Cost of borrowing is $0 for a total obligation of $34,997/$16,199. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. $1,000/$1,000 my choice bonus cash is included in advertised offers. Conditions apply. ◆$19,998 MSRP price for a new 2015 Altima 2.5 (T4LG15 AA00). MSRP price for the 2015 Altima 2.5 (T4LG15 AA00) includes $1,000 My Choice Bonus Cash, $4,380 NCI non-stackable cash and $249 dealer participation. Conditions apply. ▲Models shown $36,732/$48,802/$35,977/$26,099 Selling price for a new 2015 Rogue SL AWD Premium (Y6DG15 BK00)/ 2015 Pathfinder Platinum (5XEG15 AA00)/2015 Altima 3.5 SL CVT (T4SG15 NV00)/2015 Sentra 1.8 SL (C4TG15 AA00). *◆±≠▲Freight and PDE charges ($1,750/$1,720/$1,695/$1,567) air-conditioning levy ($100) where applicable, applicable fees (all which may vary by region), manufacturer’s rebate and dealer participation where applicable are included. License, registration, insurance and applicable taxes are extra. Lease offers are available on approved credit through Nissan Canada Finance for a limited time, may change without notice and cannot be combined with any other offers except stackable trading dollars. Retailers are free to set individual prices. Dealer order/trade may be necessary.Vehicles and accessories are for illustration purposes only. Offers, prices and features subject to change without notice. ††The Nissan Loyalty Offer (“Offer”) is available only to eligible customers who (as of Feb, 1, 2015) lease/ leased, finance/financed or own/owned a 2009 or newer Nissan brand vehicle (an “Existing Vehicle”). Eligibility for the Offer will be determined by Nissan Canada Inc. (“NCI”) in its sole discretion. Proof of current or previous ownership/lease/finance contract will be required. Offer is not transferable or assignable, except to a co-owner/ co-leasee of the Existing Vehicle who resides within the same household as the intended recipient of the Offer. If the eligible customer elects to lease or finance a new and previously unregistered Nissan brand vehicle (excluding NV, Fleet and daily rentals) (an “Eligible New Vehicle”) through NCI and Nissan Canada Financial Services Inc. (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. Offer valid on Eligible New Vehicles purchased/leased/financed and delivered between July 1 – July 31, 2015. For more information see IIHS.org. The Nissan Sentra received the lowest number of problems per 100 vehicles among compact cars in the proprietary J.D. Power 2015 Initial Quality StudySM. Study based on responses from 84,367 new-vehicle owners, measuring 244 models and measures opinions after 90 days of ownership. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of owners surveyed in February-May 2015.Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com. **Ward’s Large Cross/Utility Market Segmentation. MY15 Pathfinder vs. 2015 and 2014 Large Cross/Utility Class. ^Ward’s Large Cross/Utility Market Segmentation. MY15 Pathfinder and Pathfinder Hybrid vs. 2014 competitors. Offers subject to change, continuation or cancellation without notice. Offers have no cash alternative value. See your participating Nissan retailer for complete details. ©2015 Nissan Canada Inc. Nissan Financial Services Inc. is a division of Nissan Canada Inc. ALTA GROUP’S KICK OFF TO SUMMER NISSAN MICRA GIVEAWAY (the “Contest”) is open to any individual (the “Contestant”) who purchases or leases, and takes delivery of a new or used vehicle from Alta Nissan Woodbridge, Alta Nissan Richmond Hill, Maple Nissan or Stouffville Nissan (collectively the “Alta Group”) between July 2 and July 31 2015 (the “Contest Period”). Each Contestant will be automatically entered into the Contest by the Alta Group with a chance to win a Brand New 2015 Nissan Micra (S5LG55 AA00)(the “Prize”). One entry per Contestant. Odds of winning are based on the number of vehicles sold during the Contest Period. The final draw will take place on July 7, 2015 and the Winner will be notified via email (the “Notification”). 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