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Sam and Stephanie Fronte stand in the spare bedroom they are offering to homeless youth. It’s part of a new 360Kids program and a first in North America where volunteer families play host to young people who don’t have a place to stay. sign up to be Nightstop hosts receive remuneration to assist with expenses. Nicola Harwood, head of Depaul’s Nightstop, was in Richmond Hill this week helping launch the program in Canada. It’s been in operation there for more than 30 years she says, and now offers 630 homes across the UK. In 2015, those homes provided 13,500 "safe sleeps" to young people. Each youth spends an average seven to eight nights at a Nightstop while the agency works with them to find long-term solutions to their housing troubles. The program has been tried and tested by the UK organization to ensure it’s safe for everyone, she says, adding York Region would be a good fit for its launch in

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As gracious hosts, let’s not disappoint Syrian families now For Syrian refugees who have come to Canada, 2016 was no doubt a year of adjustment and discovery. And for those who came in the first wave, a new reality is setting in with the start of a new year, when their federal living allowance came to an end. After 12 months, families stop receiving what could amount to $1,400 per month from the government. Many more refugees who settled in our communities will reach that milestone over the course of 2017. For those who have not secured employment, this year may bring some serious financial hardship. In a country that has openly embraced more than 35,500 Syrian refugees since November 2015, we can feel good about living in a place so willing to help those desperate and in need. Local groups, including Stouffville Cares, Bradford’s Refugee Inter-Denominational Group (BRIDG) and Georgina-East Gwillimbury Refugee Welcome, sponsored families. And many more residents, businesses, community organizations and churches offered their support to those families and other refugees who have begun to make their home in our towns and cities. The North American Shia Ithna Asheri Muslim Community Organization (NASIMCO) and the Jaffari Community Centre (JCC), for example, have organized and delivered hygiene kits to families awaiting permanent housing, prepared backpacks for 300 children going to school, delivered donated household items to families upon settlement and hosted a free dental screening and informative workshop session These people’s journey settling in our communities needs to stay front and centre for more than just the exciting first few months - particularly as that financial assistance reaches its expiration date. It has been inspiring to witness our communities step up to support and welcome their new neighbours and hear how refugees are adapting to living in a new country. We need to continue to offer support in various ways. Learning English is a major barrier for many. Perhaps people could offer English conversation clubs in their neighbourhood. Syrian children in new schools no doubt face an intimidating integration into their peers’ social circles. How can we help them make new friends? Many of the new families have spoken of the wonder and appreciation they felt being accepted so readily into this country. As time presses on, let’s not disappoint them now.

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York police weigh benefits, detriments of strategy as impaired driving numbers mount JEREMY GRIMALDI jgrimaldi@yrmg.com Does naming and shaming work? The jury remains out, but York Regional Police is considering implementing the long-debated strategy to help lower the number of drunk drivers arrested on our roads each year. The force started kicking around the idea of publicly releasing the names of those charged with drunk driving after putting out statistics that leave many wishing for a more aggressive strategies in combating impaired driving. Besides the number of drunk drivers charged every year rising by more than 30 per cent to 1,625 since 2013 in the region, nine people died as a result and weekly updates from the force show just how bad the problem is.

A York police tweet about last weekend read: "9 more drunk drivers taken off our roads this weekend. One of them was passed out at the wheel in the middle of Clark/Dufferin." Brian Patterson, president of the Ontario Safety League, said there might be no evidence showing the strategy works, but there is anecdotal proof from Durham police, who have been naming and shaming for years, indicating that releasing names publicly does encourage people to warn police when a convicted impaired driver continues to drive without a license. "We know of people who have been convicted in the courthouse, walked to their car and attempted to drive home," he said. "My belief is that the community is at a greater risk by the actions of impaired drivers

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Will naming and shaming people charged with impaired driving work to help cut down on the offence? than the identity of John Q. Public." Edward Prutschi, a criminal defence lawyer from Thornhill, said the problem with naming and shaming is multi-layered, arguing it not only criminalizes those who are to be

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opposite of what a court system is intended to do." York police Const. Andy Pattenden said from the number of messages he receives from the community, it appears people do want the strategy put in place.

ployees), Twitter trolls, that’s the only thing people would seek via this mechanism," Prutschi said. "Naming and shaming appears to be to get someone who is presumed innocent to be punished outside the justice system, which is the

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SERVING VAUGHAN AND THE GTA SINCE 1993 INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS 0%

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2017 ALTIMA SL / LEATHER / NAVI / BOSE

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2017 MAXIMA PLATINUM / LEATHER / BOSE / PANO. ROOF

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Y16R519

2016 ROGUE S FWD / BACK UP CAM / BLUETOOTH

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2,809 KMS

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Y16R257

2016 ROGUE S AWD / BACK UP CAM / BLUETOOTH

GLACIER WHITE

3,610 KMS

$24,249

Y16R183

2016 ROGUE S AWD / BACK UP CAM / BLUETOOTH

GLACIER WHITE

3,906 KMS

$24,249

Y16R569

2016 ROGUE S AWD / BACK UP CAM / BLUETOOTH

GLACIER WHITE

10,199 KMS

$24,249

Y16R655

2016 ROGUE SV AWD SPECIAL EDITION

CAYENNE RED

1,962 KMS

$26,998

Y16R278

2016 ROGUE SV AWD MOONROOF / HEATED SEATS

GUN METALLIC

13,567 KMS

$26,349

Y16R567

2016 ROGUE SV AWD TECH / NAVI / BLIND SPOT

GLACIER WHITE

7,655 KMS

$28,480

Y16R403

2016 ROGUE SL / LEATHER / NAVI / BOSE / PANO. ROOF

GLACIER WHITE

5,514 KMS

$30,998

Y16R457

2016 ROGUE SL / LEATHER / NAVI / BOSE / PANO. ROOF

MAGNETIC BLACK

5,554 KMS

$30,998

Y16R453

2016 ROGUE SL / LEATHER / NAVI / BOSE / PANO. ROOF

BRILLIANT SILVER

5,151 KMS

$30,998

Y16R516

2016 ROGUE SL / LEATHER / NAVI / BOSE / PANO. ROOF

GLACIER WHITE

4,415 KMS

$30,998

Y17R040

2017 ROGUE SV AWD TECH / NAVI / REMOTE START

GUN METALLIC

2,671 KMS

$30,998

Y17R044

2017 ROGUE SL / LEATHER / NAVI / BOSE / PANO. ROOF

PEARL WHITE

2,237 KMS

$34,498

Y16M123

2016 MURANO SL / LEATHER / NAVI / BOSE

PEARL WHITE/TAN

9,133 KMS

$36,240

Y17M011

2017 MURANO PLAT / LEATHER / EMERGENCY BRAKING

PEARL WHITE

11,315 KMS

$41,498

Y16P080

2016 PATHFINDER SL / LEATHER / REMOTE START

PEARL WHITE

5,211 KMS

$34,749

Y16P037

2016 PATHFINDER SL / LEATHER / REMOTE START

GUN METALLIC

9,234 KMS

$34,490

Y17A001

2017 ARMADA PLATINUM FULLY LOADED

PEARL WHITE

5,761 KMS

$63,998

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OF THE WEEK

Proud Moment

Quilt show celebrates Canada’s 150th

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AMANDA PERSICO apersico@yrmg.com Kick off the new year with something warm and cosy, all the while celebrating Canada 150. The King Township Museum hosts the 150 Years of Quilts in King. The free exhibit, which runs until Jan. 28, features about a dozen quilts donated from the community, showcasing the creative side of King’s early settlers. What makes this show unique is the number of signature quilts dating back to the early 1930s, said museum curator Kathleen Fry. Signature quilts were used as local fundraisers for community groups and churches, where residents paid to have their names stitched on the quilt. "It’s a neat record of history for the community," she said. "It’s our community history and a genealogy record for families in

Metroland

King Museum curator Kathleen Fry has assembled a variety of quilts for a show celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary. the area." There is one quilt on display that was created to mark the centennial anniversary of the hamlet of Eversley and another with about 20 wheels, each with 10 signatures. "That’s 200 people from our community," Fry said. "This exhibit is a starting point, to get the community talking about Canada 150." Names are stitched in

block letters, while others are stitched in script. The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is located at 2920 King Rd., King City. For more information, visit kingmuseum.king.ca Pick of the Week highlights area arts, culture and entertainment events. Send your ideas to newsroom@yrmg.com.

Archives of Canada

Thanks to the work of ‘The Famous Five’ (Emily Murphy, Irene Marryat Parlby, Nellie McClung, Louise Crummy McKinney and Henrietta Muir Edwards – some of whom are seen here with Prime Minister MacKenzie King), women achieved the right to be elected to Senate in 1929. In what became known as ‘The Persons Case’, they challenged the Supreme Court of Canada to answer “Does the word ‘Persons’ in Section 24 of the British North American Act, 1867, include female persons?”

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Provincial gas tax will help improve York Region Transit network l Continued from page 3

happen to me. No, no, no, no." Derocchis’s comments came the same day Queen’s Park announced Jan. 10 that York Region’s public transit system is getting a $15.3 million boost this year from the provincial gas tax. Better transit is not only a convenience for riders but helps improve the region’s economy, Newmarket-Aurora MPP Chris Ballard said at a press conference at the

Newmarket Transit Garage on Yonge Street south of Green Lane in East Gwillimbury. Municipalities across Ontario have received $3.8 billion in gas tax funding since 2004, including $334 million this year. "York Region and York Region Transit will be able to use this funding to make critical improvements to our local transit network," Ballard said. "In the past, municipali-

ties have used gas tax funding to upgrade transit infrastructure, increase accessibility, purchase transit vehicles, add more routes and extend hours of service." Although the region’s transit improvement to-do list is long and the gas tax funding represents less than 1 per cent of this year’s $197,221 million transit operating budget, regional chair Wayne Emmerson stressed the funding is not drop in the bucket.

"We appreciate every dollar we get from the province and the feds and we need more for us to enhance our transit system," he said. The funding will cover some of the costs of operating the YRT Viva Transit system, which is expanding. Currently, the system provides about 140 transit routes served by 396 conventional buses and 123 Viva rapid transit buses, Emmerson said. The region is also phasing in new services such as dial-

a-ride in rural areas and more frequent bus service, adopting new fare incentives, modernizing facilities and introducing technological advancements, he added. Newmarket Mayor Tony Van Bynen and East Gwillimbury Mayor Virginia Hackson praised the gas tax funding. The money will help enhance and expand transit, reduce congestion, shorten commute times and help commuters reach their desti-

nations quicker, Van Bynen said. Better transit is needed to accommodate growth, Hackson said. The region’s population of 1.1 million will increase to 1.8 million by 2041, while East Gwillimbury will grow by 125,000 by 2051. "The more options our residents have to leave their car at home, the better it is for our communities and the environment," Hackson said.

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Vaughan - According to industry experts, there are over 33 physical problems that will come under scrutiny during a home inspection when your home is for sale. A new report has been prepared which identifies the eleven most common of these problems, and what you should know about them before you list your home for sale. Whether you own an old home or a brand new one, there are a number of things that can fall short of requirements during a home inspection. If not identified and dealt with, any of these 11 items

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Eat healthy, save your pennies with these tips, recipes TERESA LATCHFORD tlatchford@yrmg.com You owe it to yourself to pursue healthy living. A large part of living well means adopting balanced and healthy eating habits, according to York Region registered dietitian Elke Sengmueller. While there is a perception that healthy foods come with a heftier price tag, there are healthy options that won’t break the bank. 1. Oatmeal: An excellent source of soluble fibre, steel cut or large flake oats are more filling and are better at stabilizing blood sugar levels compared to ’quick cook’ oats. Make a big pot and eat it throughout the week, put uncooked flakes in yogurt overnight or add it to ground meat dishes. 2. Frozen fruits and vegetables: Flash-frozen at harvest, they are packed with vitamins, minerals, fibre and heart-healthy antioxidants. Add veggies to stews, soups, stirfrys and pizzas; and add fruits to yogurt, smoothies, muffins and oatmeal. 3. Legumes: Heavy with protein, fibre, zinc, iron, magnesium, B-vitamins and long-acting carbohydrates, they are a pantry essential. Use for hummus, chili, casseroles, quesadillas, burritos, tacos or sprinkle on salads.

4. Canned fish: A rich source of protein, iron, omega-3 fats, selenium, vitamin B-12 and calcium, it can be used in sandwiches, burritos, pasta salad and casseroles. 5. Low sodium tomato sauce: packed with vitamins A and C, as well as potassium, it is an easy vegetable source for picky eaters. Use it in casseroles, stews, vegetable side dishes, pasta sauce, pizza topping and in salsa.

RECIPES With families facing post-holiday bills and increased costs of living, eating healthy can sometimes feel like a losing battle. But you don’t have to choose between your health and paying your bills, as there are plenty of meal ideas that are healthy and frugal, according to York Region registered dietitian Alka Chopra. Check out these frugal, yet healthy, meals for under $10 a serving.

Black Bean Chili with Dinner Rolls Serves 3 to 4. What you need: 1 medium onion 2 tablespoons diced garlic 1 chopped bell pepper 1 chopped carrot 1 can low-sodium black beans 2

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cups chicken broth 2 cups diced tomatoes 1/2 pound ground turkey How to make it: Heat a large saucepan over medium heat. Add first four ingredients and turkey; cook for 6 minutes or until turkey is done, stirring frequently to crumble. Rinse and drain the canned beans. Stir in beans, tomatoes, and half of the can of chicken broth; bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer 30 minutes. Enjoy with dinner rolls.

Chicken Minestrone Soup with Garlic Toast Serves 2. What you need: For the soup: 1/2 cup cooked, diced chicken 1/2 small onion, chopped 1/2 carrot, chopped 1 cup chopped cabbage 1/2 cup tomato purée

1/2 cup green peas 1 teaspoon butter 1 cup chicken stock 1/2 cup noodles salt and pepper For the toast: 4 slices of bread 1 tablespoon butter 1/2 teaspoon olive oil 1 crushed garlic clove oregano, salt and pepper to taste shredded mozzarella (optional) How to make it: For the soup, cook noodles and set aside. Heat butter in a large pot. Sauté onion, carrots, peas and cooked chicken. Add chicken stock and bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer until vegetables are tender. Add cabbage, tomato purée, cooked noodles, seasonings and bring to a boil. Simmer for another 5 minutes and serve. For the toast, mix butter, olive oil, garlic, oregano, salt and pepper.

Spread mixture evenly on bread slices. Add cheese. Toast in toaster oven for no more than 5 to 7 minutes.

Turkey Burgers with Vegetable Soup Serves 4. What you need: For the burgers: 1 pound ground turkey 1 medium onion, chopped 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 teaspoon minced ginger 2 tablespoons seasoned bread crumb 1 egg salt and pepper 1 tablespoon chili garlic sauce (optional) 1 teaspoon chopped parsley or cilantro 4 burger buns For the burger toppings: 2 bell peppers, cubed 1 pound mushrooms, sliced 1 tablespoon vegetable oil sliced tomato onion

lettuce For the soup: 1 cup shredded cabbage 1/2 cup chopped carrot 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms 1/2 cup chopped green pepper 1/3 cup bean sprouts 1/3 cup chopped green beans 1/4 cup chopped onion 2 teaspoons chopped celery 1 teaspoon chopped garlic 3 cups water 2 teaspoons soy sauce 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon vegetable oil salt as needed How to make it: For the burgers, mix ground turkey, seasoned bread crumbs, onion, egg, parsley or cilantro, garlic, salt and pepper and chili garlic sauce in a large bowl. Form into patties. Cook patties in a skillet over medium heat, turning once, to an internal temperature of 180 F (85 C). Sauté mushrooms and peppers. Assemble burgers, topping buns with patty, peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, onions and lettuce. For the soup, heat oil in a medium saucepan. Add onions and garlic and sauté for 5 minutes. Add remaining vegetables, except bean sprouts. Sauté for 5 minutes. Now add the bean sprouts and sauté another 2 to 3 minutes. Add water and mix well. Add soy sauce, black pepper and salt. Mix well. Cover and simmer for about 10 minutes. Adjust seasonings.

ON NOW AT THE BRICK! Unique, creative, curious and capable – eager to learn and make friends.Your child deserves a quality program to support the early years and meet the needs of all our children. In York Region, that means attending a York Region District School Board kindergarten program. Kindergarten registration begins January 20th, 2017. Children born in 2013 are eligible for junior kindergarten this September. Children born in 2012, and currently not attending public school, are eligible for senior kindergarten.

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Documents required for kindergarten registration include: • Proof of child’s age (Birth Certificate/Passport) • Proof of residency Where space is limited, children may be required to attend a school outside their neighbourhood. Please call your local public school for full details about required documents and kindergarten orientation sessions.Visit our web site for a full listing of our elementary schools and kindergarten registration information at: www.yrdsb.ca

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Suspects sought in holdup Two suspects are being sought after a Vaughan convenience store was allegedly held up over the weekend. York Regional Police say that at 6:15 p.m. on Saturday, two men went into a convenience store at Martin Grove Road and Hwy. 7. They say one of the men was armed with a knife and demanded cash from an

employee who complied. The men got a small amount of cash from the register and left on foot. The employee was not hurt. The suspects are described as: * Suspect No. 1: Black, 6foot, heavy build, wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, a black tuque, black sunglasses, black gloves and a bandana covering his face and carrying a black duffel bag. He was holding a kitchen knife in his right hand.

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* Suspect No. 2: Black, 6foot, heavy build, wearing jeans, a brown jacket, a grey tuque and a dark bandana covering his face. Anyone with information is asked to contact the York Regional Police Holdup Unit at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 6631, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS, leave an anonymous tip online at www.1800222tips.com or text message your tip to CRIMES (274637) starting with the word YORK.

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