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TDSS invitational Over 900 runners at cross-country meet


Students from across Northeastern Ontario took part in the annual Timiskaming District Secondary School (TDSS) Invitational cross-country run. Held October 6 at the Nordic Ski Club in Coleman Township, elementary school runners (above) took to the trails before giving way to the big kids like Sarah Porter from Englehart High (left) and Curtis MacPherson from TDSS (below). (Staff photos by Steven Larocque)

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South Porcupine (Special) - The Pedersen Pee Wees travelled to South Porcupine for the Ice Breaker Tournament, held October 1-2. The round robin play was a good start to the season for the Puckhounds, who were in tough during the semifinals against the Norfab Snipers. Hearst 5 PedersenS 3 The first game of the tournament was filled with excitement and could have been won by either team. Casey Ton opened the scoring for the Puckhounds to tie the game in the first, assisted by newcomer Jagger Allen. In the second, Timothy Pedersen scored his first of the year assisted by Mason Axcell. Shortly after, Devin Williamson scored to tie the game. Hearst had two unanswered goals to secure the win. Pedersens 13 Cochrane 0 Game two’s action was all in the offensive zone. Ton scored his first hat trick of the season, followed by two goals for David Dedo. Singles to Devin Adams, Calvin Chartrand, Spencer Dupuis, Jordan Legros, Alex Maille, Robbie

Popkie, Axcell and Williamson. The shutout was awarded to Ben Caldwell. Pedersens 4 Kapuskasing 0 The solid defensive work of Clark Allair, Kody McDonald, Adams, Axcell and Chartrand was put to the test and proved flawless against Kap. Goaltender Tristyn Elford was sharp and always there for the save. The players stuck to the game plan and showed patience and good teamwork. It was only midway through the second when Dedo opened the scoring, followed by Chartrand, Legros and Popkie. Norfab 4 Pedersens 2 The semifinal game was a real nail biter, with end-to-end action for both teams. Once again Ton opened the scoring with helpers going to Allen and Popkie, immediately followed with another by Dedo from Ton. Two goals were not sufficient for the Puckhounds to advance to the finals. The team will hit the ice for practice and prepare for their league season opener which will be announced shortly. TM

Jack Weston watches the faceoff closely from his net as Jarred Nowry of the Cubs (7) goes up against Brennan Nesrallah of the Kap Flyers in first period action. (Staff photo by Darlene Wroe)

Cubs drop 6-1 decision to Kap

Joel Drolet potted what would prove to be the winner 23 seconds after that. In the second period, Brennan Nesrallah, who is fifth in Great North Midget League scoring, put the Flyers up 3-1 on the power play. Marc Dube scored to make it 4-1 before the second period ended. Nesrallah and Dube had single markers in the third. The Cubs took 17 minor penalties in the game, the Flyers 18 minutes in minors and a 10-minute misconduct. New Liskeard is back on home ice to face the Nickel City Sons Friday, October 14, at 8 p.m.

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TEMISKAMING SHORES (Staff) – The New Liskeard Cubs extended their losing streak to five games after dropping a 6-1 decision to the Kapuskasing Flyers last week. The Cubs hosted the Flyers Friday, October 7, at the Don Shepherdson Memorial Arena. Penalties once again proved to be costly for New Liskeard as the visitors scored three times on the power play. Tanner Lafrance, from Dustin Gauvreau and Trevor MacDonald, opened the scoring at 9:03 of the first for the home side. Martin Lefebvre pulled the Flyers even with the man advantage about six minutes later, then

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great north midget league Teams W Sault Ste. Marie North Stars 9 Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves 8 Kapuskasing Flyers 6 Nickel City Sons 6 Timmins Majors 3 New Liskeard Cubs 2 North Bay Trappers 2 Kirkland Lake Legion 87s 0

Standings as of October 10: L OTL SOL GF GA Pts. PIM Streak SO 2 0 0 85 25 18 261 W1 2 1 0 0 53 25 16 249 W7 0 2 1 0 56 23 13 206 W4 1 2 0 0 46 21 12 214 L2 1 4 1 0 23 31 7 181 L1 0 5 0 1 21 37 5 177 L5 0 6 0 0 21 48 4 188 L4 0 11 0 0 14 109 0 329 L11 0

Leading Scorers GP G Assist Pts. 1. Ryan Vendramin, Sault Ste. Marie 11 13 19 32 2. Anthony Stefano, Sault Ste. Marie 11 14 13 27 3. Devin Shell, Sault Ste. Marie 11 6 20 26 4. Joey Miller, Sault Ste. Marie 11 10 11 21 5. Brennan Nesrallah, Kapuskasing 9 9 8 17 6. Alex Bottigoni, Nickel City 8 8 9 17 7. Matt Pinder, Sault Ste. Marie 11 7 9 16 8. Marc Dube, Kapuskasing 9 10 6 16 9. Jaren Bellini, Sault Ste. Marie 11 5 9 14 10. Connor Burgess, Sudbury 9 4 10 14

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MNR promoting Safety First during moose hunt

DISTRICT (Special) - The Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) will be conducting heightened enforcement activity in the Northeast region this fall as part of an annual safety-first campaign. In particular, during the regular gun season for moose from October 8 to 22, conservation officers will be checking hunters regarding hunter orange requirements and safe use of firearms. Fines range from $100 to $250 for offences involving these matters. In more serious cases, offenders could face fines of up to $25,000 or imprisonment or both. HUNTING RULES To ensure a safe and lawful hunt, hunters are reminded that: • All persons in possession of a firearm for the purpose of hunting shall not handle or discharge it or cause it to be handled or discharged without due care for persons or property. • Any hunting injury caused by the discharge of a firearm resulting in medical treatment by a physician must be reported to a conservation officer. • If you are in an area inhabited by wildlife, or on the way to or from an area inhabited by wildlife, you cannot have a

loaded firearm in a vehicle, motorboat, or aircraft. It is illegal to discharge a firearm from any of these modes of transportation. There are exceptions for mobility-impaired persons and for persons hunting waterfowl. • It is not legal to shoot from, down or across a public road. • For half an hour before sunrise to half an hour after sunset, it is not legal to be in possession of an uncased or loaded firearm in an area usually inhabited by wildlife. An exception exists for hunting raccoons at night. • All hunters must wear solid hunter orange clothing (minimum of 400 square inches or 2,580 square centimetres) and a hunter orange head cover, except during a “bows-only” season. Mesh type construction vests are not acceptable. • A hunter cannot possess a game seal issued to another person. Ontario has a new Moose Tag Transfer Policy. Consult the 2011-2012 Hunting Regulations Summary for more information. • Hunters must make sure they are targeting a moose for which they are licensed. They need to be able to distinguish between a bull, cow and calf moose. • A hunter who has killed a moose must immediately at-

tach the game seal to the moose in the manner prescribed on the seal, and it must remain attached during transportation. • Hunters must disassemble and remove any temporary structures erected for hunting moose on Crown land. Under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, a firearm includes air guns, bows and crossbows, along with traditional rifles and shotguns. A firearm is considered loaded if there is a cartridge in the chamber or a magazine that is attached to the firearm. Bows, crossbows, and muzzleloaders have various definitions of “loaded.” Conservation officers may also enforce Small Vessel Regulations and sections of the Liquor Licence Act. The 2011-2012 Hunting Regulations Summary can be found online at en/Business/FW/Publication/ MNR_E001275P.html. It is also available from licence issuers and at ServiceOntario/Government Information Centres. The MNR urges anyone who sees moose poaching, or to report any natural resources violation, to call 1-877-TIPS-MNR (847-7667) toll-free any time or contact the local ministry office during regular business hours. You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222TIPS (8477).

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Sports digest












Timiskaming District Secondary School (TDSS) and the visiting Kirkland Lake District Composite School Devils took advantage of the summer-like weather on October 4 for a Boys’ high school soccer league game. Mitch Mente (in black, nearest the ball), Blake Dickinson (in the background) and their TDSS teammates handily won the game 5-0. (Staff photo by Steven Larocque)

HGC CURLING The Horne Granite Centre will hold registration nights Wednesday, October 12, and Thursday, October 13, from 7 to 9 p.m. There will also be open houses from Monday, October 17, to Friday, October 21, from 7 to 9 p.m. and again on Saturday, October 22, and Sunday, October 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Instructional clinics with certified coaches will be held during the October 22 and 23 open houses from 1 to 3 p.m. For more information, contact Walter Humeniuk at 705-628-2040. CUBS HOCKEY The New Liskeard Cubs of the Great North Midget League are at home on Friday, October 14, to play the Nickel City Sons. Game time is 8 p.m. at the Don Shepherdson Memorial Arena. The team is off until the following week, October 21, when the Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves come to town, same time, same place. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL In scheduled Girls’ high school basketball action: On Thursday, October 13, Englehart High School will be at Timiskaming District Secondary School (TDSS), while Ecole secondaire catholique Jean Vanier will welcome Kirkland Lake District Composite School (KLDCS). On Tuesday, October 18, KLDCS will be in New Liskeard at Ecole secondaire catholique Sainte Marie (ESCSM). Thursday, October 20, sees Englehart at Jean Vanier and KLDCS, TDSS will visit Sainte Marie. HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL There will be Boys’ high school volleyball tournaments on Wednesday, October 26, with the Seniors at Jean Vanier and the Juniors at KLDCS. Teams meet again Wednesday, November 2, with the Juniors at TDSS and the Seniors at ESCSM. GET ACTIVE The Get Active in Temiskaming series of run and walk events will be back Saturday, November 19, for the Chilly Runs at the New Liskeard Pool and Fitness Center. The event consists of a toddler 100 metre dash, kids’ one-kilometre (km) run or walk, for adults there’s the choice of a 5km or 10km run or walk. For more information contact The Running Link at 705-647-5108 or visit the Web site at

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locker room chatter Weather permitting, there will be a Men’s Night on Thursday, October 13, with a shotgun start, at the Haileybury Golf Club. Because it’s the end of the season, there is no debit or credit card machine, so it’s cash only. Following are the Men’s Night results for Thursday, October 6: LOW GROSS (62): Boart Longyear, St. Cyr and Associates, Assante Wealth Management – Don Sauve, Paul Gagne, Jim McCarthy. SECOND GROSS (68): Gabbani Courier, Caisse Populaire Desjardins, Kal Tire, Temiskaming Speaker – Jack Birtch, Wayne Alldis, Jim Goodyear, Dennis Kelly. THIRD GROSS (68): James Lathem Excavating, Despres Pacey Ins., Scotiabank, Phippen Waster Management – Tom McGrory, Ray Lemoine, George Culhane, Bill Grozelle. FOURTH GROSS (68): #1 Auto Parts, Sun Life Financial, Investors Group – Al Jenkins, Jeff St. Cyr, Hugo Rivet. LOW NET (68): Tim Hortons, CJTT, Tisdale Plumbing and Heating, Rooster’s Bar and Grill – Dave Hack, Dan Spencer, Rick Willet, Donnie Willett. SECOND NET (69): Tamarack Laser Products, Electronic North, 3-H Furniture Systems – Ron Beeson, Kevin Kelly, Doug Plaunt. THIRD NET (72): Royal Lepage, Precision Auto Body, Denomme Appraisals, McKnight’s Men’s Wear – Paul Menard, Lee Marshall, Bob Chatelain, Greg Cote. FOURTH NET (72): Northern Sports and Marine, Haileybury Golf Club, Wallbridge and Wallbridge, Marty’s Auto Tech – Bruce Murphy, Warren Verina, Steve Goddard, Stewart McGregor.

Dan Patterson from Dundee Wealth Management, left, presented Jean-Luc Lacroix and Dennis Lacroix with their trophy for winning the HGC Senior/ Junior Golf Tournament held September 11. Their winning score was 36. (Supplied photo) FIFTH NET (72): RBC Royal Bank, Northern Tel, Fortier Beverages – Rick Walsh, Andre Bergeron, Daniel Guertin. Long Drive Jr. (Ace Hardware): John Wowk. Long Drive Sr. (Smallman’s Pharmacy): Jim Goodyear. Long Drive Super Sr. (Paradis Golf): Paul Menard. Attendance prizes: Mike’s One Stop, From Head to Toe.

tee to green Following are the New Liskeard Golf Club’s Men’s Night results for Wednesday, October 5. It was a four-man scramble on the back nine, all par-threes, for a 27-par evening. Low Gross (22): Dennis Howard, Terry Overton, Bruce

Helbig. Second Gross (24): Alf O’Reilly, Mark Teskey, Bruce James, Curtis Block. Closest to the pin #10 (Cote’s Touchless Carwash): Jeff Laferierre. Closest to the pin #12 (Active 1 Source for Sports): Jeff

Laferierre. Closest to the pin #13 (Haileybury Golf Club): Mo Guilbeault. Closest to the pin #15 (Royal Tire): Sean Laferierre. Closest to the pin #18 (McKnight’s Men’s Wear): Ryan Cote.

Attendance prizes: Ace Hardware, Active 1 Source for Sports, Kal-Tire. Thanks to the lovely Renee for selling the ball-draw tickets this week. See you in 2012. Special thanks to all our Catering by Zante’s Bar and sponsors this year! We Grill. appreciate your support!

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nordic news

Fall is upon us and that means it is registration time at the Temiskaming Nordic Ski Club. On Saturday, October 22, Youth Program Registration

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The TNSC is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the club. We are currently recruiting volunteers and welcoming any creative thought from members, past members and other community members. If you have any suggestions or are willing to help with the celebrations, please contact the club! More information is available at the club Web site www. or by emailing We also have a page on Facebook. Search for Temiskaming Nordic and T:10.25” receive updates about events and trail conditions!

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Tri-town bowling PEPSI COLA MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Pedersen Construction 22 Bastien Beverages 17 Kubado Karate 15 Spin Lacroix Motors 13 Mark’s Work Wearhouse 13 Digits and Decimals Bookkeeping 11 Go Go Girls 11 Smallman Pharmacy 10 High Averages Diane Robitaille 215 Jackie Morin 206 Joanne Webster 200 High Triple Jackie Morin 676 High Single Jackie Morin 308 Team High Single Bastiens 1270 Team High Triple Pedersens 3649 Bowler of the Week Tanya Boychuk +147 TUESDAY MEN Sam’s Place 19

Packard Plumbing 17 Gabe’s Auto 17 Kal Tire 14 Mel’s Recycling 13 Breault’s Heating 12 RC Electrical 11 High Averages Emile Murray 254 Robert Caron 233 Brian Murray 221 Brent Lavallee 221 High Triple Robert Caron 808 High Single Allan Morris 329 Team High Single R.C. Electrical 1537 Team High Triple Kal Tire 3983 Bowler of the Week Robert Caron +136 WEDNESDAY SENIORS Men’s Top Averages Jude Heon 198.8 Norman Cadieux 188.3 Léandre Rivard 153.5 Bruno Aylwin 150.9

André Martin 150.9 Men’s High Double Jude Heon 380 Men’s High Single Jude Heon 205 Ladies Top Averages Jeanne Mikkola 176.3 Rose Aylwin 168.4 Jeannine G. Rivard 144.6 Rita Rheault 138.5 Lucille Breault 136.3 Ladies High Double Jeanne Mikkola 364 Ladies High Single Jeanne Mikkola 204 PEPSI COLA WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES North Cobalt Flea Market 27 Latchford Dam Depot 26 Ramsay Law Office 21 Country Kitchen 14 Gilli’s Truck Stop 11 Temiskaming First Nation 2 High Averages Sue Allaire 206 Joanne Webster 199 Joanne Brunet 185

High Triple Joanne Webster 745 High Single Joanne Webster 361 Team High Single Latchford Dam Depot 1349 Team High Triple Latchford Dam Depot 3777 Bowler of the Week Joanne Webster +184 FRIDAY MEN’S LEAGUE Miller Minerals 19 Blue Sky Financial 16 C.M. Grindit 14

JD Roofing T.T. Collectables High Averages Jim Holden Tim Harris Brent Lavallee High Triple Jim Holden High Single Jim Holden Team High Single Blue Sky Team High Triple Blue Sky Bowler of the Week Jim Holden

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The Alzheimer Society’s 2011 Big Two Fishing Tournament raised money this summer to help improve the Society’s services and programs throughout the Temiskaming Shores area. This year’s winners of $350 and a 42-inch flat screen plasma television were Paul and Mary Ann Yarlasky from Callander. Their total catch measurement was 124.85 inches. Seen here, from the left, are Irene Chitaroni (Public Education Coordinator for the Alzheimer Society), Stephanie Dalcourt (Community Development and Awareness Coordinator for the Alzheimer Society), Paul and Mary Ann Yarlasky, and Mike Gifford (volunteer/organizer). (Supplied photo)




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