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INTERIM PLACE'S 5TH ANNUAL RAYS OF HOPE GALA CELEBRATE MOM! TOP 5 WAYS TO SHOW HER YOUR LOVE by: Karyn Koski
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Port Credit Calendar of Events April 8 - 9 April 15 May 5-7 May 26-28 June 2-4 June 11 June 16-18 June 21 July 1-2 July 23 July 28-30 Aug. 18-20 Aug. 25-27 Sept. 23-24 Dec. 2 Dec. 11
Arts on the Credit Port Credit Easter Fair Mississauga Marathon Art Fest Port Credit Spring Boat Show The Mississauga Dragon Boat Festival The Mississauga Waterfront Festival International Yoga Day Paint the Town Red, Canada Day Musical Walk of Fame Mac and Cheese Festival Busker Fest Port Credit In-Water Boat Show Arts on the Credit Tour Christmas at the Lighthouse Caroling in the Park
Port Credit Cultural Walking Tours May - October Summer Music at the Lighthouse July - September Rotary Movies in the Park Fridays / July - August Sunset Concert Series Sundays / July - September Port Credit Farmer’s Market Saturdays / June 10 to October 7
05 01: Birthday Boy James holding the Ball Python at The Riverwood Conservancy Party Safari. 02: Guest Speakers Linda Leatherdale & Shenglin Xian with Leslie Selvistra & Randy Persaud at Onward and Upward. 03: Camino ... raising flooring standards at their new facility at 3175 Airway caminosystems.com. 04: Student visitors from our Twin Sister City Kariya visiting Maple Madness at the Bradley Museum. 05: Owners Krina & Chandresh at Gino's Pizza Grand Opening. 06: Mayor Crombie with winners Johanna & Linh, VAM's Eldiana & Juror Judy Daley at VAM's Annual Members' Show & Sale.
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07: Craft Activity at VAM's March Break activities. 08: Chicks Evening Out (CEO) Networking at the Crooked Cue. 09: Craft Activity at VAM's March Break program. 10: Carlos, Mona, Barb, Lynn, Trevor & Nadia at the Epilepsy Launch Party. 11: Vivek, BMO the Bear, Vanessa & Branch Manager Martin. 12: Icelandic Adventures information night at Tuxedo Travel. 13: Lynn, Kim, Debbie & Lucie at the Networking Edge Meeting.
HIGH TEA @ ATMOSHERA
RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
The Dare to be You Foundation hosted its annual High Tea Charity Event at Atmosfera Restaurant & Lounge on Saturday, February 25th, in support of the Lighthouse for Grieving Children, which provides a safe place for grieving children, teens and their families that have experienced a life-altering death. Visit their websites to learn more about both of these wonderful charities. daretobeyoufoundation.com • grievingchildrenlighthouse.org
01: Anna, Joanna, Shannon, Natalie, Asami & Daniella. 02: Friends & Family. 03: Kirsten & Joanne. 04: Anne & Marg.
A full day of workshops and networking of the 2017 Mississauga Sports Summit was held Saturday, March 4th at the Novotel. Keynote Speaker was Mississauga’s own Silken Laumann. Silken captivated her audience with a candid history of her life and what propelled her to achieve her goals. The ability to dream, the power of believing in yourself and the desire to achieve your goals were key elements Silken expressed to becoming an elite athlete. 01: Hazel McCallian with students & teachers from Father Goetz Secondary School. 02: Mayor Bonnie Crombie presenting winner Ron Cuffy with a three month Get Active Membership. 03: Lorne Park Students Mackenzie and Reagan with Hazel McCallion. 04: MC Jake Dheer with Oylmpic Coach Hall of Famer Alex Bard.
COME EXPERIENCE A UNIQUE EVENING FILLED WITH LOCAL BUSINESSES, READY TO GET YOU PAMPERED! THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2017 6:00PM - 10:00PM LE TREPORT WEDDING & CONVENTION CENTRE 1075 QUEENSWAY EAST, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO
A great night of fun and foolishness was held at the Streetsville Legion on Saturday, April 1st. Rotary Meadowvale presented Fool’s Night to a sold out crowd, which featured Comedian Sandra Carusi. Round-a-bout made balloon hats or wrist corsages, there was Karaoke and dancing to finish off the night all in support of Armagh House.
01: Councillor McFadden's Table. 02: Rob with 'hare' on his head. 03: Kim & Tony. 04: Jessica, Comedian & MC Sandra Carusi with Tara & Elvira. 05: Round-a-bout with Cindy & Brad. 05
INTERIM PLACE’S 5TH ANNUAL
RAYS OF HOPE GALA
Roma’s Hospitality Centre was beautifully decorated in a Moulin Rouge theme for this year’s Rays of Hope Gala held Saturday, March 4th. Guests were treated to a delicious meal, entertainment, a live and silent auction and the ever popular candy table. The evening was emcee’d by the colourful Jam Gamble, Layne The Auctionista took the mic for the lively Fund-A-Need followed by Woman of Courage Keynote Speaker Rebecca Walker. All proceeds of the Gala went directly to supporting the women and children Interim Place serves.
01: Layne The Auctionista with emcee Jam Gamble. 02: Randy & Cindy Patrick. 03: Councillor Sue McFadden, Mayor Bonnie Crombie, Sharon Floyd, Executive Director of Interim Place & Brian Crombie. 04: What's under the Candy Table? 05: Ken & Reya. 06: Pinder, Crystal, Carly & Brent. 07: Sara, Julie, Sydney & Paula. 08: Poonam & Laura.
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SHOW HER YOUR LOVE 0I SPEND ACTUAL TIME Face to face, no cell phones: just your undivided attention.
02 RECREATE OR RECAPTURE TIME Re-live a past memory. Have an outing or your usual “go-to” activity. Just do it with love!
03 WINE & DINE Take her out to her favourite restaurant. This is always a special treat for Mom.
Mothers Day Fact
MOTHER’S DAY COINCIDES WITH MANY ANCIENT SPRING & FERTILITY FESTIVALS
04 TAKE MOM OUTDOORS Spring is the perfect time to reconnect in Nature.
05 USE YOUR WORDS Mom will never know how much you Love her, unless you tell her.
WITH ROBERT NAUMOVSKI BIRTHPLACE
I know it sounds like a cliché, but I feel my greatest achievement has been to have been a good father and husband to my Family. My wife and I have raised 3 wonderful daughters who are strong, independent young women.
WHERE DO YOU LIVE? Oakville.
BUSINESS Suds Launderette.
BACKGROUND AND CAREER HIGHLIGHT: I am a 1st generation Canadian, born to parents that immigrated to Canada from former Yugoslavia. I have 1 older Brother. I was in a family Business for 25 Years before we sold that business. During that time we learned to separate family matters from business ones which is difficult to do, but crucial to the success of a family business. Started up Suds Launderette because my best friend and business partner and I saw that there was a real gap in the Coin laundry business. Most Laundromats are typically pretty sketchy places. They are usually dark, dirty with very poor customer service. We asked ourselves, “Why is that?” The answer is that there is no reason for that. It is a choice that many owners of these businesses choose to run their stores that way because they feel the clientele does not care about the condition of their store. Our philosophy is that a customer needs to be treated with respect and our store needs to be as clean as possible. If your business is clean, you treat people with respect, and you do what you say you are going to do, they will come.
WHAT IS ONE THING THAT VERY FEW PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT YOU? My dog Bru and I, are volunteers with the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog program. Every week we go to the Walden Circle Retirement home to visit with the residents.
WHO OR WHAT INSPIRES YOU AND WHY? My dad inspires me. I still to this day wonder what it was like to leave your home country to come to a foreign land where you don’t speak the language or know the culture. Remember, this was at a time (early 1960’s) when there were no social services or programs in place to help new immigrants. You truly had to survive. He was able to raise a family and build a successful business and life for all of us. I think that the “don’t quit, work hard and smart work ethic” has been really important for me.
WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU’VE BEEN GIVEN AND BY WHOM?
FUN FACTS • Our family pet, BRU, is our 5 year old Leonberger (Google it) and weighs 150lbs. • I enjoy activities such as TENNIS, SKIING and CYCLING
The best advice I have been given, is “don’t quit”. Many people are afraid to take that first step because they are worried about the “what if it does not work”. It’s ok to fail. Failure is a great way to learn. With Suds we made lots of mistakes, but we watched and listened to our suppliers, competition and customers and made adjustments to our business.
IF THE WHOLE COMMUNITY WERE LISTENING, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO THEM? If whole community were listening I would say, CARE. Care about your community. This is where you live - help out however you can. We are all busy with our lives but there is no reason why everyone can’t do their own thing to help out the community. Whether that is picking up a piece of garbage on the street, shopping at your local business or just saying hello to someone on the street as you walk by. It all adds up. You may not see any immediate results from what you do, but over time, you will start to see the positive changes.
DELICIOUS DISH RECIPE
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CAULIFLOWER PIZZA CRUST
SERVING SIZE: Makes 12 NOTE: If I don’t have buttermilk, I mix the milk and lemon juice and let stand for 5 minutes, and voila... buttermilk!
WITH TOMATO, BASIL, SPINACH & SMOKED MOZZARELLA
Makes: 8 large pieces
Most of us have seen or eaten (or tried to make) cauliflower pizza crusts, mostly yielding unsuccessful results. They don’t taste great and definitely do not resemble pizza at all. You can stop at this one! You will most likely fool the pizza lovers at your table. It even picks up like pizza! You can make this completely gluten-free if you swap the spelt flour for a gluten-free flour such as chickpea flour, gluten-free oat flour or an all-purpose gluten-free flour.
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STE P 01
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Preheat oven to 500˚F and place the oven rack on the second from the lowest position. Heat a cast iron flat top sheet or a cookie sheet (lined with foil if you wish) in the oven as it preheats.
1 small cauliflower, florets only, 4 finely riced level cups* 1/2 cup (60gm) spelt flour (or any flour you like) 1/2 cup (40gm) almond meal/flour 1 egg, beaten 1/2 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp kosher salt 1/2 cup (60-65gm) finely grated mozzarella cheese 2 tbsp olive oil
STE P 02
Measure 4 cups of riced cauliflower* in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave on high for 4 minutes, stopping halfway to toss. When cool enough to handle, squeeze the liquid out of the cauliflower using paper towels. Allow the cauliflower to cool a little before adding the egg and cheese.
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Add the two flours, salt, garlic powder and stir well. Add the egg and cheese and work the dough with your hands so that it is all evenly distributed.
1 cup shredded smoked mozzarella 12 cherry tomatoes, quartered handful of spinach 10 basil leaves torn *to “rice” the cauliflower, place the florets in the food processor fitted with the steel blade. Pulse the cauliflower until it resembles rice.
STE P 04
Carefully remove the sheet from the oven, place it down on a heatproof surface. Brush the sheet with the olive oil. Spread the cauliflower mixture in a large oval, making a lip, like a “pizza crust edge.” I will spread it as much as I can with my hands (it is hot), then sometimes put a piece of parchment on top of the flattened cauliflower and using a rolling pin, roll over the parchment to make even thinner, then make a nice raised edge.
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Remove from the oven, let cool for a few minutes, cut and enjoy!
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Dear The Wine Ladies,
We used to drink Valpolicella quite a few years back and recently came across one you mentioned on one of your shows Negrar Ripasso, which we very much enjoyed. I’d like to know a little more about this wine and the region. Thank you Wine Ladies! - Jackie
THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Jackie, Vino from Veneto... love the wines, love the region! Valpolicella is a wine that comes from the region of Veneto, located in the north east of Italy, home of the “big gun” Amarone and Romeo and Juliet!
The methodology of “ripasso” is an ancient wine making technique used for centuries in Valpolicella wineries, which gives the wine more structure, body and fuller flavour. How? Ripasso” literally means “re-passed”. After the fermentation process when producing an Amarone (which uses grapes that have been dried for several months.) the same skins of those dried grapes are then used for the production of Valpolicella Ripasso. These dried grape skins add body, character, complexity and a boost of alcohol strength. The Negrar Ripasso Valpolicella Classico is dark ruby red in colour, is seductive in the nose with lush blackberry and black licorice notes and a hint of spice Full bodied, velvety smooth, rich and with a good finish.
When a Valpolicella is classified as a Classico and done in the ripasso method, the wine reaches new heights in flavour, texture, body and aromatics! The designation of “classico” requires the grapes to come from the original Valpolicella production zone which was later adjusted in 1968. The great majority of grapes used are the same as for Amarone, the Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella varietals although small percentages of a few others are permitted.
Negrar is a cooperative winery founded in 1933 and located in the Classico area of Valpolicella. With 210 farmers/ partners producing typical grapes for Vapolicella on a surface of 530 hectares, they are one of the major producers of Amarone, Valpolicella and Ripasso wines.
TO BE SAVOURED
BY PETA-GAYE NASH
heryl Antao-Xavier’s book of poetry Bruised But Unbroken takes us on a deep, soul searching journey through the ups and downs of life. As she reflects on her journey, at times heart-wrenching, we can’t help but reflect on ours. A thorough reading takes us away from the petty details of our lives and into our common humanity as men and women, parents, immigrants, Canadians, and people. From the many tributes to her adopted Canada and into distant cultures, we recognize our childhoods, our failures and successes in this contemporary and timely collection. Bruised but Unbroken is a revised version to encompass more of the Unbroken element, less on the Bruised, and according to AntaoXavier, written for bruised spirits trying to survive and move on. The book does that with themes of growth, nature, belonging, sadness, overcoming, and finally acceptance and love. It’s sprinkled throughout with Haiku and photos, and divided into sections of War and Peace, Vignettes of Life and Mind Shift.
Antao-Xavier, a Canadian by choice for twenty five years, describes herself as a learner with the goal of discovering new voices, new material and inspiration. Her publishing company In Our Words Inc. looks for diverse voices and new material. She’s helped many writers publish their debut work of poetry, fiction and playwriting. Her message to would-be poets is to let the expression come through. Show your experience and let the reader make up their own mind about it. Don’t hit the reader over the head with the message. Bruised But Unbroken is meant to be savoured, slowly, reflectively, as words leap from the page and bury themselves within us, changing the way we view our world forever. It’s a winter’s day prescription to slow down, reflect and ultimately, recognize in others, ourselves. In the words of Antao-Xavier’s poem Utopian Moments,
Beautiful wintery scene snow-covered world outside my window nestled in home comfort: a good book, a steaming beverage good company at a distance. This is my Utopia. This is how Bruised but Unbroken must be savoured.
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PURPLE GALA FOR EPILEPSY
On Saturday, March 25th, Epilepsy South Central Ontario held their 5th Annual Purple Gala at The Credit Valley Golf and Country Club. The theme this year was Hollywood Glamour! The paparazzi were there taking photos while the guests walked the Purple Carpet. It was a great night of poignant moments, entertainment, silent and live auctions, raffle draws and a photo booth. There were food stations set up around the room and a signature martini for guests to enjoy. This wonderful interactive evening reached their goal of raising over $150,000.
01: Stephanie, Janet, Shayna & Margaret. 02: Andrea & Rosy. 03: Bruce & Nick. 04: Karey & Scott. 05: Andrew Foster. 06: Arda & Arsho. 07: Caroline & John - donors of the bicycle. 08: Angela, Robert, David, Alex, Myles, Vanessa & Sam.
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It was a lively Tuesday afternoon on March 21st when The Entertainers Male Barbershop Chorus came to entertain at Walden Circle. Over 70 residents sang along with the dapperly dressed gentlemen. There was much laughter at all the wonderful jokes Dan told. A wonderful afternoon was had by all.
02 01: The Entertainers. 02: Wilhelmina with birthday boy Frits. 03: Dan with Adeline & Bill. 04: Madeleine.
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SECONDARY SCHOOL IN THE NEWS Read about the success of the Football North Program at Clarkson SS in a feature article in the Community Capture Magazine. Visit clarksonss.ca and select the IN THE NEWS button. Congratulations to the athletes Deionte Knight and Tyrell Richards on their scholarships to US schools, and to our student writer Vyjayanthi Janakiraman.
MATH CONTEST TOP STUDENT PERFORMERS We have some great news from our Math Department. Several Clarkson SS math students performed extremely well in recent math competition. The results from the Grade 9-11 University of Waterloo Math Contest Highlights are listed below. Congratulations! GRADE 9 • Taebin Kim, ranked 34th in our region, top 5% GRADE 10 • Kathearine Wang, ranted 54th in our region, top 9%
CANCER DRIVE IN SUPPORT OF CAMP OOCHIGEAS - April 24 to 28
GRADE 11 • Qianqian Zhang, ranked 21st in our region, top 3% • Yoonseo Cheng, ranked 33rd in our region, top 5% • Yao He, ranked 103 in our region, top 15%
• Last year, staff and students raised an incredible $40,020.16.
This team also scored 9th in our region, 96th in the province, and 190th in Canada.
YOUR VOICE COUNTS The “Your Voice Counts” survey has been launched at Clarkson Secondary School and will be open until May 5th. As our partner in education, we are inviting you to complete an online survey to tell us what you think about your child’s school. It is very important that we hear from all families. Students and staff are also participating. The survey results will be used to help us best meet the needs of all our students and school community, and to guide our school improvement plans. If you have more than one child at this school, please answer the questions with one of your children in mind. The survey is anonymous, so no one will know your answers. We want to hear from you! Please complete the Your Voice Counts survey to let us know what you think about your school. To complete the survey, please visit - www.pdsb.me/yvcparent
• The charity drive was started in 1974 to acknowledge the teachers and students that had cancer that year. Since its inception the Clarkson Cancer Drive has always donated proceeds to cancer-related charities. Money raised this year goes to Camp Oochigeas, a camp for children with cancer. • More than $700,000 has been raised for cancer-related charities by Clarkson SS since 1974. • The Cancer Drive is a one-week long, student-centred activity, where students run activities through their homeforms. Staff sponsors for the event are Mr. Sembay, and Mrs. PedersenBrown. • Major events this year will include a spare change drive, a chocolate milk-chug, a dodgeball tournament, a Rent-a-Friend auction, a Mud Run, an art auction and culminate with the “Leg Wax, Head Shave, Pie Toss” assembly, where students pledge money to see students shave their heads, and to hit some amenable teachers with whipped cream “pies”. • Homeform activities vary from bake sales and pizza lunches, to sales of samosas, muffins, cotton candy, ice-cream and barbequed hotdogs. • Clarkson has 865 students. • Alumni Day is Friday, April 28. All former Clarkson Grads are invited to participate.
To make a donation, visit: ooch.org/clarkson or clarksonss.ca For more information contact: Chris Pedersen-Brown Clarkson Secondary School Staff Sponsor, Cancer Drive 905-822-6700 ext 439 firstname.lastname@example.org
SECONDARY SCHOOL March has been a particularly successful month for PCSS students. Britney Reid won first place in the physical therapy event at HOSA. This is the first year for the Port Credit’s HOSA Chapter which comprised of a group of 40 dedicated students that compete in health science related events held by the HOSA Canada organization. During the Leadership Conference, students participated in competitive events, workshops, lectures, and networking events. It will held in late February at the Hilton Toronto Hotel, as well as different portions of the University of Toronto campus in downtown Toronto. Britney your Awesome!
DECA PCSS’s DECA team is very proud to be sending Arnav Garcha to Anaheim California for the International DECA competition. Arnav placed third in the Ontario Financial Consulting Event in Toronto earlier this month. We excited to be sending our Robotics team to the World Championships in Kentucky for the third year in a row. Go Team!
PC made it to OFSAA. There were about 2,300 swimmers competing in Windsor this year and some PC swimmers really stood out among the crowd. Morgan Poot finished 4th in her 100m butterfly event and Serena Tenaschuk finished 5th in her 50m freestyle event, while the Jr. Girls Relay Team composed of Morgan, Serena, Emma and Abby finished 5th and 8th in their 200m IM and 400m Freestyle events. Overall, PC finished 51 out of 297 and the OPEN Girls team finished 5th. Tryouts for ultimate Frisbee, Rugby, Lacrosse, and Badminton teams are underway and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for PCSS sports. March 31, we will be battling the Peel Police in a game of basketball and money raised will be going to Special Olympics. We respect our Officers, but GO PCSS!!
UPCOMING EVENTS APR 10 Day of PINK APR 12 Inside Ride APR 13 Early Release Day
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
APR 21 Mid Term Report Cards
This month, on International Women’s Day, 2 PCSS students, Rhea Ray and Emmy Lightfoot were able to attend the Young Women’s Empowerment Breakfast hosted by Mayor Bonnie Crombie. The theme of the event was Be Bold for Change and each student who attended was asked to answer the question: What bold actions can young women take to shape Canada’s next 150 years?
APR 26 Parent School Council - 7:00 pm
HEALTHY SEXUALITY WORKSHOP Members of PCSS’s equity and inclusiveness club took part in a seminar where students got to attend a series of workshops educating them on gender, sexuality, and celebrating differences.
SPORTS PCSS winter sports are coming to a close we are very proud of our Girls Sr. Volleyball that made it to the playoffs but lost in the quarter finals. The Jr. Girls Volleyball made it to the semi finals but lost in the final game. Ms. Li’s swim team; 9 swimmers from
APRIL 12 - 26 A Tribute to Hazel MaCallion - Art Inspired Exhibition at City Hall culture.mississauga.ca/museums
APRIL 13 Full Circle Event fundraiser for the Mississauga Waterfront Festival themwf.com
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APRIL 22 Earth Day - A chance to have the whole Family participate in making Earth a cleaner place ∧ earthday.ca
APRIL 29 Craftadian - First United Church ∧ craftadian.ca
APRIL 29-30 Community Garage Sale for Autism hosted by The Bush Bunch communitycaptured.ca
APRIL 30 DogFest at Riverwood ∧ theriverwoodconservancy.org
APRIL 30 Fashion Show at the Legion ∧ rcl82.ca
MAY 5 -7 Mississauga Marathon ∧ mississaugamarathon.com
MAY 11 Pamperfest ∧ pamperfest.ca Threads of Life - Steps for Life Walk ∧ stepsforlife.ca
Marty Awards ∧ mississaugaartscouncil.com
MAY 26 - 28 PC Art Fest ∧ artfestontario.com
MAY 26 - 28 Carassauga Festival ∧ carassauga.com
MAY 27 Legion 90th Spring Dance ∧ rcl82.ca
MAY 28 Spring Garden Tour for Cancer ∧ ccsgardentour.com
MAY 30 Heritage Mississauga Luncheon ∧ heritagemississauga.com
JUNE 2 SouthSide Shuffle - Canadian Blues All-Stars southsideshuffle.com
Streetsville Bread and Honey Festival breadandhoney.ca
JUNE 2-4 Spring Boat Show ∧ portcreditspringboatshow.com
JUNE 9 Riverwood Garden Soiree ∧ theriverwoodconservancy.org
JUNE 10 Walk for Alzheimer ∧ alzheimer.ca/peel
JUNE 16-18 Mississauga Waterfront Festival ∧ themwf.com
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mcdadi.ca/2401d Prestigious neighborhood in Mississauga. 4 Beds. Roman pillars, Brazilian hardwood & Bohemian crystal chandelier.
mcdadi.ca/165e White Oak hardwood. 10,700 sqft. Dining room with 20 ft domed ceiling. Scarlett Ohara staircase.
mcdadi.ca/1387i 5 bed, 6 baths. 7,438 sqft. 98X200 irregular premium shaped lot. Approx 3,500 sqft of unspoilt basement.
mcdadi.ca/122h Mineola. Stunning, brand new. No expenses spared. Professionally ﬁnished basement. Premium lot.
mcdadi.ca/3241b Over 6,000 sqft. 7 beds, 9 baths. Master features 3 sided fireplace, sep. sitting, and 6 pc ensuite.
mcdadi.ca/1550p Mineola. Renovated bungalow. Huge lot backing the Credit river with access. In ground pool oasis.
South Clarkson. 4 Bedrooms & 4 Baths. New ﬂooring. New kitchen. New baths. Prof ﬁn bsmt. Main ﬂoor wine cellar
6 beds, 4 baths. Ravine view. Salt-water pool, 3 hot tubs. In-law suite. Cottage style oasis.
Over 1 acre lot backing the ravine. 4 bdrm & 6 bath home. Finest workmanship & material.
mcdadi.ca/57c 4+1 bed, 6 baths. Port Credit. Custom built. Hardwood. Heated tiled ﬂoor. Salt water pool.
mcdadi.ca/1336q Lorne Park. 3+2 bed, 3 bath bungalow. Finished basement w/rec room and 2 beds and 3pc bath.
Lorne Park. 4+1 bedrooms. Finished basement. In ground pool. Top of the line appliances & premium ﬁnishes.
mcdadi.ca/2239p Custom built. Gordon Woods. Approx 6,500 sqft. 5+2 beds, 10 baths. Jatoba hardwood. 6 ﬁreplaces.
Lorne Park. 4 bedrooms, 5 baths. Hardwood, marble & granite. Finished basement. In-ground pool.
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5 bedrooms, 6 baths. 4,286 sqft above grade. Finished basement with apartment. Indoor pool.
mcdadi.ca/511c 150X474Ft lot on Credit River. Dream Kitchen. Well manicured lot w/ extensive landscaping and Gazebo!
Lorne Park. 4+1 bedrooms, 6 baths. Approx 4,467 sq ft. Gorgeous 111 x 154 premium lot. Finished walkup basement
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mcdadi.ca/9m 2 storey beach style home. 4+1 bedrooms. Updated kitchen. W/O to large backyard and salt water pool.
mcdadi.ca/2279p Stunning interior/exterior. 4+1 beds, 5 baths. Over 4,000sqft of space. Prestigious Sherwood Forest.
mcdadi.ca/1204d 3+1 bed, 2 bath. Mineola. Large kitchen. Walkout to patio. Pot lights. Large master bedroom.