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EMC news – Parking spots could be scarce at the Mlacak Centre with the construction of the west district library. The $7-million expansion of the Beaverbrook library branch will serve as the west end’s new district library. It will create an additional five parking spots at the Mlacak Centre location. But the city expects the annual number of visits by patrons to triple the existing circulation Blair Edwards at the Beaverbrook library over the next decade – from 100,000 to 300,000 visits per year. Danielle McDonald, CEO Gail Jones and Frank Holm enjoy the Canada Day celebration held at the Kanata Seniors Centre on Thursday, June 21. of the Ottawa Public Library, The festivities featured a quiz on Canadian trivia, a barbecue and a citizenship affirmation ceremony. said there isn’t money in the project’s budget to create more parking spaces. “We’re doing the best we can,” McDonald said during a meeting to unveil the design A U T O C A R E & A C C E S S O R I E S plans of the west district library at the Mlacak Centre on maniacs anymore,” he said with a laugh, Walter Baker Park. Wednesday, June 20. “Parking With well-known hits like Patio Lan- adding he’d leave that to the younger has been identified as a big isterns, Rock N Roll Duty, and Go For A bands. sue. He described his stage presence as Soda, Mitchell’s music will appeal to a “What we’re presenting is more mellow. wide audience. the best we can do with the “It’s more of that transcending feel“I just try to keep it an entertaining money we have.” and wonderful experience,” said Mitch- ing of connecting a band, getting into a Jessica Cunha jessica.cunha@metroland.com The city’s parks and recreell. “I’m all about customer service and groove and when you get into that groove ation department said it doesn’t it becomes really Zen,” he said. the rock ’n’ roll experience.” have any funds for the project, A U The Juno award-winning artist will hit EMCT news Kim Mitchell is set to O C A R E & A C C E S S O“I like R toIjustErockSout and play the said McDonald. the Urbandale Stage at 8:30 p.m. for an least amount of wrong notes that I can.” rock Canada Day in Kanata. The Canadian icon is headlining the hour and a half set. “We’re too old to jump around like July 1 festivities, which will take place at See PARKING, page 2 See MITCHELL, page 3

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The city is working out a deal with the Ottawa public school board to make use of parking spots at Earl of March Secondary School, located next to the Mlacak Centre. Construction of the twofloor, 1,200-square-metre addition will bring the library’s total space to 2,229 square metres, turning it into a district library instead of a local branch, meaning more reference materials will be available. Work on the project is expected to start in the spring of 2013 and finish in 2014. Emmanuelle van Rutten, an architect with Moriyama and Teshima Architects, the company which designed the building, said she wants to turn the branch into more of a meeting and multi-use space as opposed to a traditional

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Residents take their first look at the design plan for the new west district library during a meeting at the Mlacak Centre on Wednesday, June 20.

library. The design includes a rooftop terrace and a green roof on the new section of the building, landscaping around the building, with more windows and skylights. The new portion of the roof will be topped with light-coloured stones and material to reflect light and make the building more energy-efficient. The facade of the building will built using natural materials: wood and grey stone. The entranceway will be made more prominent and inviting through the use of a skylight in the entrance overhang, van Rutten said. Plans for the west district library can be viewed online at biblioottawalibrary.ca under the “Branch improvements” section under “About OPL.” With files from Laura Mueller

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One lucky person will win an autographed guitar prior to Mitchell’s set. Wicked Guitar is raffling off an instrument signed by Mitchell, with all proceeds going to the Kanata Haven Youth Centre. FIREWORKS

Mitchell said he’s fortunate to be able to play his music. “My job is just a wonderful thing to do,” he said. “I feel so lucky.” Music is a part of people’s environment, he said, it’s always there in the background. “When you think back to life’s moments you hear a piece of music along with it,” he said. “The fact that I was a small piece of fabric in their life experience is completely

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Injured cyclist kicks off fundraiser to build group home Blair Edwards blair.edwards@metroland.com

It’s been a long road to recovery for Rob Wein since he was injured in a hit-andrun while cycling on March Road in July 2009. The Richmond man was one of five cyclists struck by a minivan driven by Sommit Luangpakham, who was later convicted of dangerous driving causing bodily harm and leaving the scene of an accident. Wein suffered a serious abdominal injury, a broken rib, a collapsed lung and a severe brain injury; doctors gave him a 50 per cent chance of survival. Wein beat the odds and over the past three years has taught himself the simple

tasks he once took for granted: swallowing food, eating, standing, walking and talking. But Wein isn’t satisfied with just his own recovery. He wants to speak up for other individuals in Ottawa with brain injuries. Last week, Wein helped kick off a fundraising campaign to build a group home for people with acquired brain injuries in Katimavik. Wein is the honourary spokesperson for Pathways to Independence Ottawa’s One Brick at a Time campaign, which is seeking to raise $350,000 to build a sixbedroom home on a piece of land on Bachman Terrace, in Katimavik. “I am trying to help people overcome their challenges,”

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The new group home for people with acquired brain injuries is badly needed in the community, said Jenkyns. Some individuals who suffer brain injuries lose basic living skills, she said, Jenkyns joined the Pathways board in 2001, a few years after husband suffered a brain injury in 1997. Following her husband’s injury, Jenkyns said she realized the Ottawa area didn’t provide enough support for people with brain injuries. Since she joined the organization, Jenkyns has helped run the Pathways Golf Classic, held every September at the Canadian Golf and Country Club. This year’s tournament will be held on Sept. 13.

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the Katimavik location because it’s near recreational and medical facilities and has access to good public transportation, Jenkyns said. The Ottawa organization runs a residence for people with acquired brain injuries, which provides 24-hour support and respite service for caregivers. It also provides assisted living support for individuals with acquired brain injuries living in their own apartments, home or long-term care facility. The One Brick at a Time campaign has three corporate sponsorship options: a $5,000 platinum sponsorship, a $3,000 gold sponsorship and a $1,500 silver sponsorship, with contributions entitling the sponsors to have their names inscribed in the Recognition Brick Wall of the new group home. For more information, visit www.pathways.ind.com. “We’ve had fantastic community support,” said Jenkyns. “The community has been so generous.”

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EMC news - Residents concerned with the speeding on Knudson Drive in Kanata Lakes attended a meeting on June 18. The collector road has a posted speed limit of 40 kilometres an hour but motorists have been clocked going as fast as 113 km/h, said KerryLynn Mohr, a traffic assess-

ment specialist with the city. The average speed on the road is 60 km/h. She said the city has implemented a “Slow Down” program in the area, passing out pamphlets to residents who live in the area and tracking motorists’ speeds. “We’re doing a leaflet drop in the area to educate about the need to slow down,” Mohr said. Kanata North Coun. Mari-

anne Wilkinson said the bulk of motorists speeding on that road are residents who live on Knudson or on one of the local streets directly off the collector. “The majority of speeders are from the community,” she said, adding a number of students use that road to walk to and from school. The city is trying “to get people in the community to wake up and slow down,”

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here’s no doubt the Hudson’s Bay Company is hoping Canadians are well aware of the Olympics, and will don Team Canada’s new 2012 Olympic Games gear come July 1. But all commercial interests aside, Canada Day is a prime date to start gearing up for the upcoming Games. Many of our athletes will likely refrain from an all-day,

beer and barbecue celebration; most will spend at least a portion of the day training for one of the biggest competitions of their lives, less than a month away. We love Canada, and you’ll be hard pressed to find anyone who doesn’t look forward to the day where we celebrate all things Canadian. And that includes our athletes on the road to London.

Canada Day is the perfect time to find your local athletes to cheer on at the Olympics. We can let our pride and excitement carry us through to the July 27 opening ceremonies. The Olympic Games are almost as patriotic as July 1 itself, with our athletes proudly wearing the country’s colours on an international stage.

When they march into the stadium for the opening ceremonies, there’s an excitement that comes alive that even a packed nation’s capital and fireworks can’t always reach. We’re proud to be Canadian when among an international crowd, and it’s a great thing to be able to support so many athletes abroad. When we can quantify being the best in the world at

something, it helps pump up some national pride. The celebration is a great time to not only reflect on the opportunities that we are given as Canadians, but to engage with our Olympic teams and start thinking ahead. So this Canada Day, think about the athletes who are training to represent us and who will wear the maple leaf in a few short weeks.

We’ve got our own website at www.yourottawa region.com that identifies Ontario and Ottawa-based Olympians that we’re excited to follow, and with Canada Day coming, we’re even more amped to see them achieve their dreams. Let’s get behind them and keep our patriotic spirits up as we count down the days until the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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s usual, Canada Day will be a microcosm of our country. People will head off to the lakes to find some peace and quiet, or they may hop onto some noisy device when they get there, disturbing other people’s peace and quiet. People will congregate with thousands of other people in downtown Ottawa. They will solemnly celebrate our country’s 145 years or they will party like crazy and leave a mess. If they are a bit more scholarly, they might visit a museum to learn more about their country (amazingly, in this time of cutbacks, the museums are open). Or, being Canadians, they may ignore the whole thing and drive into the United States to do some shopping. It’s what makes this country great, the fact that there is no one way to do things, even on our national holiday. Not that this hasn’t been said before. In fact, it’s hard to find anything to say about Canada that hasn’t been said before on Canada Day by some Canadian. Most of it has been pretty admiring. Canada Day gives us the opportunity to admire ourselves and there is much to admire, not all of it scenic. One of the things we admire is that fact that we don’t tend to be a self-admiring nation. Canadians are their own worst critics, and whenever someone in a foreign country writes something critical about Canada he will find many Canadians eager to agree with him. Obviously, this isn’t all to the good. Just as it is not ideal to be chest-thumping patriots, unwilling to recognize any national faults, it’s not ideal either to be so envious of other countries that we can’t see the virtues in our own.

You know the bit about how Canadians are boring (especially in Ottawa). Many Canadians seem all too willing to buy into that. Yet there’s something to be said for a little boredom, if it means safe streets, no civil war, no mass starvation. Having said all that, what’s new to say about this Canada Day? Well, we have economic woes, which we’ve had before. In the capital, we face public service cutbacks, which we’ve seen before too. It’s hotter than usual, but then, it’s been hotter than usual before and we all always say we’ve never seen it this hot. Sometimes it’s cooler than usual and we say we haven’t seen it this cool. And there is more concern that climate change threatens the lakes, forests and oceans that define us. That concern doesn’t seem to have penetrated the political level. But we have lived with that for a while too. Same old, same old. One thing that feels different is that Canada Day seems less a time for national introspection than it used to be. In years gone by it was common for Canada Day to inspire a wave of earnest commentary seeking to define Canada or, maybe worse, seeking to inspire others to define Canada. Defining Canada was a big national industry for a time. If you had a nickel for every time you saw the words “whither Canada,” you could balance the federal budget. Another opportunity wasted. For a while there we were so busy defining ourselves that we could barely look at the fireworks but, fortunately, those days seem to have passed. We may be self-critical at times but we are also self-confident. We know that we have great innovators, great artists. We have great books and great music and we know that now. Not that we necessarily reward those who produce them. That comes next, perhaps. We don’t worry any more that our kids won’t want to be Canadians. They have shown us that they do. The tricky part now is to create an economy and a social climate that will make them glad they stayed. That thought wasn’t meant to spoil the party.

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Are the Queen’s Park budget issues worth going back to the polls over?

A) Celebrating our nation’s birth and all that we stand for at the place of our valued democracy, Parliament Hill.

A) Yes. The situation calls for voters to decide which party has the best plan.

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B) The long weekend and a muchneeded chance to get away to the cottage.

B) Why not? After years of federal minority governments, I’m used to voting every few months.

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C) Fireworks and family activities in my own community - as far from Parliament Hill as possible.

C) No. The Liberals, PCs and NDP need to get past this petty partisan bickering.

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D) A chance to catch up on some “me time” in the backyard.

D) I don’t care – I’ll be at the cottage.

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Ash trees, ash borers pile up at Trail Road

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The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources has advice for anyone dealing with ash borer infestations and the city appears to have disregarded those instructions. The ministry’s website says “trees dead or dying from emerald ash borer should be cut and burned, chipped.” Van Ingen said it was a terrible idea to move the trees from where they were felled, as any movement will certainly spread the bugs further afield. He said south Nepean

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and nearby parts of the city are almost certainly going to see more borers because of the ash piling up at Trail Road. If the trees had to be moved from where they were cut down, he wants to know why the city didn’t kill the borers as soon as they arrived at Trail Road. He said the borers don’t dig deep into trees, and are only found in the layer just below the bark called the cambium. Removing the bark and the affected cambium layer for burning could have killed the borers, as could burning of the complete trees. Alternately, van Ingen said trees could have been fumigated or contained on arrival at the Trail Road “They’ve just done nothing,” he said.

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The pile of ash trees at the Trail Road landfill covers an area about the size of a football field. And every day it gets taller and wider. The trees are being cut down on city property across Ottawa in an attempt to prevent the spread of the emerald ash borer, which kills ash trees. One Ottawa man is concerned that the pile of dead trees is going to become the epicentre of a borer infestation, and the city will be responsbile for the disaster. “This is just the tip of the iceberg,” said Bert van Ingen, who has watched the pile get bigger and bigger as more ash is cut down. “One in four trees in eastern Ontario is ash.” The pile at Trail Road began about two years ago and is now at least 80 metres long and five metres tall in places. Van Ingen said he’s worked in the tree management field and that even though the ash trees at Trail Road have been cut down, the borers in the trees are still alive. June is a peak period for the flying form of the borers to emerge from the trees and disperse to surrounding areas. “They’ve been coming out for the last three weeks,” he said of the flying borers. At risk are ash trees, which make up an estimated 25 per cent of Ottawa’s urban and rural forests. City statistics show 18,000 hectares of rural forest cover – on both public and private land – is made up of ash. In total, there are 75,000 ash trees on streets and in cityowned parks. Since the emerald ash borer was first found in Ottawa in 2008, the number of ash trees has been reduced by the bugs and by cutting to prevent its spread.

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Heather Hamilton says different levels of government “have fumbled their way through” the response to the ash borer problem. Hamilton is the chairwoman of the city’s forests and greenspace advisory committee, which provides advice to city councillors. “There has been big expansion of emerald ash borer and cutting this year,” she said. “The trees have been going to Trail (Road) for a couple of years but not in these quantities (in previous years). Hamilton said the forests and greenspace advisory committee “had some qualms” about storing the cut trees to Trail Road. “We were concerned that it would help to spread the problem.” A city map dated April 2012 shows a few spots around Trail Road where ash borers are located. Hamilton said there’s no way to know if the city’s pile of cut ash is the source of the local hotspots, “but it’s a distinct possibility.” As the pile grows, the number of bugs likely grows too, making their spread more likely.

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The city is currently seeking proposals from private contractors to deal with the Trail Road ash pile. Simply turning the wood into chips is one possibility, but that would waste the interior of each tree, which is unaffected by the borers. Van Ingen placed the value of the current ash pile at roughly $7.5 million if it was cut into planks, but time is of the essence if the spread of the borers is to be contained. The city’s tree staff was not immediately available to provide details of any proposals received so far from local businesses.

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EMC news - Residents can help the city keep track of the emerald ash borer issue. People can play a part in keeping the population of destructive beetles to a minimum, said Nancy Young, with the city’s forestry services branch, during the Kanata North ward council meeting on June 18. “There is the potential to preserve large or significant trees that aren’t infested,” she said. The city is working to inject trees with TreeAzin to keep the beetle at bay. Those to be injected this year are already tagged, she said, adding residents can choose to pay to have trees on city property treated. “They are saving quite a few but they can’t save them all,” said Kanata North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson. If the tree is on private property, it’s up to the homeowner to treat or remove the tree. Around one quarter of the tree cover in Ottawa is made up of ash trees. The emerald ash borer was first found in the city’s east end and can now be found in communities across Ottawa. Young said Kanata’s ash trees haven’t been hit too hard when compared to other areas of the city.

Electricity consumers across Ontario are now billed using time of use rates. Under this new pricing structure, the price of electricity varies depending on when it is used. “Customers can choose to make small changes to conserve energy or shift some of their consumption to lower price periods to save,” said Bryce Conrad, President and CEO of Hydro Ottawa Holding Inc. Time of use rates align the price customers pay for electricity with real market prices, which change throughout the day based on supply and demand.

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Pamela Stewart of Kanata and twin girls Hailey and Alexandra Blommesteign, both 20 months, relax on the grass at the 29th annual CHEO Teddy Bears’ Picnic held at Rideau Hall on June 23.

Electricity rates are lowest, or off-peak, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., on weekends and on statutory holidays. In the summer, electricity rates are highest from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The on-peak periods are during the hottest part of the afternoon when air conditioners run the most.

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“These rates give us all a financial incentive to reduce our electricity use, especially during peak periods,” said Conrad.

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According to the city’s website, the emerald ash borer has an average life span of one year, but can last for up to two years. The larvae feed under the bark of ash trees, disrupting the circulation of water and nutrients, eventually killing the tree. The top branches of ash trees are normally the first to die. Once the beetle matures, it chews its way out of the tree. Mature emerald ash borers have wings. Infested trees usually die within one to three years.

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An easy way to trim peak demand is to set the timer on your dishwasher so it runs after 7 p.m. Washing and drying a load of laundry during offpeak periods costs about 52 cents, while the same consumption during peak periods would cost 94 cents.

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Young said the city has taken a number of steps to help lessen the destruction of ash trees, including: • The regulation of wood movement and disposal. • Infested trees are being removed. • Selected trees are being injected. • New trees are being planted. • Educating the public. Young said there are also a number of steps residents can take to help: • Educate your community. • Call 311 to report the presence of the emerald ash borer in city trees. • Consider injecting ash trees on private property. There are online calculates to help determine the cost of removal versus injection. • Plant new tree species. For more information, visit the city website at www.ottawa. ca.


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EMC news – Skaters took their first look at the proposed design for a skateboard park at the Richcraft Recreation Complex last week. More than a dozen skaters filled a meeting room at the

Mlacak Centre on Wednesday, June 20, to view the design. The proposed park would include an urban street look with stairs, hand rails, ramps and an area with a pool bowl. “We’re going with a balanced approach,” said Bill Gurney, landscape architect

with Newline Skateparks, the company building the Richcraft recreation complex’s skateboard park. The city will spend $450,000 to build the 929square-metre park, which will finish construction in 2013, shortly before the recreation complex opens.

Several of the skaters who attended the meeting asked if the company would consider scrapping the pool bowl, and go with a more traditional street design, with additional stairs and ramps. “To me it’s a redundant piece,” said Aaron Cayer, a member of the Ottawa Skate-

board Association. Nepean’s Legacy Park has a skateboard park with a pool bowl and it isn’t used very much by the skaters, he said. “I think we’re inviting a lot of grafitti, like we have at Legacy,” he said. But a pool-style bowl was one of the requested items on a survey put out by Newline Skateparks this spring, said Gurney. “(The) idea to delete is probably more than anything one person’s opinion or a select group,” he said. “The pool bowl will remain in the design.” The Richcraft skate park will have a superior design in terms of design and construc-

tion, he added. “It will be more modern,” Gurney said. “It will be newer and fresher.” Gurney said the park has a unique design with four circular nodes connected to a centerpiece pad, which could feature public art. The design, which resembles a Celtic cross, calls for a pool-style bowl, with a 1.5-metre shallow end and a two-metre deep end, a section which resembles a bent coin and two shaded staging areas where skaters can relax and socialize. Gurney said the proposed outlay of the park was inspired by the design of a skateboard, with wheels, axels and nuts.

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MARY COOK Mary Cook’s Memories pa, when he came to visit from Ottawa, would say, “Albert is a true farmer.” On week days, Mother would pack a lunch for him to take to the back fields. But on Saturdays, I would be allowed to take a large basket, packed with sandwiches, a honey pail of tea with shards of ice in it, slab cake, and a peeled cucumber and a tomato. It was quite a feast, I thought back then. Father and I would share the lunch together. But during the days when we were at school, I knew without Mother telling me, that Father would be gone for most of the day with the binder, far back into the fields in the farthest reaches of our farm. My three brothers would be expected to hurry home

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from school this time of year, because they would be responsible for the evening chores. There was milking to be done, the barns to be cleaned out and made ready for the night, the calves and pigs to be fed and fresh straw put in the stalls. My sister Audrey and I were expected to wash out the milk pails and the cream separator, put fresh cheese cloth under the lids of the milk cans, making sure everything was secure. Mother lived in constant dread that somehow a mouse would get into the milk can during the night, which Father said was an impossibility since the lids fit so tightly. But she wasn’t taking any chances, thus the cheesecloth was extra protection. We would have our supper without Father these

nights. He would still be working in the fields. It didn’t seem right somehow, that he wasn’t sitting at the head of the table. But his plate would be there, just as if he could be expected any minute to come in the back door. My sister Audrey would have to say grace, which was a much shorter version than that given by Father. Although he wasn’t one to engage in idle chatter at meal time, nonetheless it seemed strange that he wasn’t part of our supper meal. Long after we had eaten, and cleaned up the kitchen and the light of the day would have started to fade, I would go to the window and watch for Father. I would first see just a speck and then I would see him coming over the west hill, walking behind the team, with the whippletree dragging behind them. I would watch his figure grow larger and I would feel the utmost relief that he would soon be home, safe and sound. “He’s home,” I would yell.

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The number of crimes against people, homicides and motor vehicle fatalities decreased in 2011, according to a report recently presented to the Ottawa Police Services Board. The 2011 Crime, Police and Traffic Statistics Report also found that while calls for service to the Ottawa Police were up by about one per cent, the overall level of reported crime fell by over two percent in 2011. “The report provides an overview of police activities and initiatives, as well as crime and performance statistics for the past year,” said Coun. Eli El-Chantiry, chair of the Ottawa Police Services Board. “The data in this report is good news and, along with community feedback received in the 2012 public survey, helps to enhance our future problem solving efforts.” Ottawa police received 390,000 calls for service in 2011 with 36,622 Criminal Code of Canada offences being reported, down by 860 incidents.

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EMC news - A wide range of technical glitches, including software problems and faulty wiring on card readers, have stalled the launch

of OC Transpo’s Presto smart card, meaning the new system won’t be ready until Feb. 1, 2013. Originally scheduled to launch on July 1, the sevenmonth delay is the latest set-

back for the system that was aimed at replacing monthly passes, cash and eventually tickets. While transit commission chairwoman Diane Deans had recently hinted that an Aug. 1 Presto launch was possible, officials from the Toronto-based firm in charge of the smart card system faced a firing line at transit commission on June 20 when they announced that they would have to delay the launch until the new year.

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Presto has been delayed until February 2013 due to major technical glitches.

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Councillors question Presto provider commissioner Keith Egli, councillor for Knoxdale-Merivale. “I don’t want the impact on our taxpayers lessened, I want it indemnified,” he said. Egli grilled McCuaig on that issue, getting him to confirm that “offset” would mean a “dollar for dollar” refund. Egli was one in a string of transit commissioners who put the same pointed question to McCuaig: “What went wrong?” Although Presto is already in use in some southern Ontario cities in Hamilton and the Greater Toronto Area, Ottawa will be the first to use the “second generation” Presto system that uses technology that hadn’t been tested in real-world situations until the Ottawa pilot project launched in May. But beyond faulty wiring and glitchy software that makes card readers display incorrect screens or even reboot when cards are tapped on them, serious customer service issues have also been identified at Presto’s call centre, including a

lack of bilingual attendants. The “white screen” issue, which happens when the readers won’t shut down properly or if they reboot unexpectedly, is proving to be tricky for Metrolinx and its technology provider, Accenture, to fix. In retrospect, McCuaig said, it would have been advisable to have more field testing of the new system before putting it onto OC Transpo buses and a longer “fiends and family” pilot period to test the cards. “We had high hopes for Presto,” said Mayor Jim Watson. “The mistake made was that there should have been a longer period of testing. That didn’t happen.” Deans was successful in passing motion at transit commission on June 20 asking OC Transpo to reinstate the EcoPass program for one year. The discounted payroll reduction transit passes were cancelled, along with student passes for college students over age 19, to align Ottawa’s transit fares with the categories Metrolinx uses in Toronto, because users will be able to use the cards wherever Presto is in use.

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The West Ottawa U-13 Warriors played a friendly game against the Quakertown Crushers, a team from Pennsylvania, on June 23, finishing the match with a scoreless tie.

Casino night for Julianne EMC news – Enjoy a night out at the first annual Casino Royal in support of the CHEO Foundation and the Julianne Courneya Trust Fund on July 6. Courneya suffered severe brain injuries when she was assaulted in Banff, Alta. in 2005. Tickets are $30 and include two drinks, appetizers, $200 casino dollars and the chance to win prizes. The event starts at 7 p.m. at the Brookstreet Hotel, 525 Legget Dr. For more information visit the website www.cheocasino.com.

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Curtains will rise on the Kiwanis Idol concert Jennifer McIntosh jennifer.mcintosh@metroland.com

EMC events - The Kiwanis Idol 2012 Red Carpet concert at Scotiabank Place got the green light on June 16 thanks to a push from Kiwanis youth, and organizer Eldon Fox. Fears that the amateur talent show would have to be cancelled prompted a call to the public to purchase tickets. In early June, organizers needed to sell as many

as 2,000 tickets to fill the venue. The idols are set to hit the stage on June 30. Local teens Michelle Treacy and Lindsay White performed with other Kiwanis members at several free shows in the first week of June to raise money to make sure the curtain would go up on the annual show. “It’s tough without a headliner,” Fox said. “But most of these kids are better than your average headliners.” Kiwanis Idol was founded

in 2003 to provide a stage for local singers from the ages of 13 to 21. The winner each year receives recording sessions at a local studio. Nine finalists in the 2011 edition of Kiwanis Idol will be participating at the 2012 red carpet contest at Scotiabank Place, including winner Jordan McIntosh, Lindsay White and Michelle Treacy, Jamie Anne Bentz, Alexandra Maheral, Laura D’Amico, Noah Pellman, Jenna Taggart and Emma Nicholson. This is the first time the

show is happening at Scotiabank Place. In previous years it was held at the Centrepointe Theatre in Nepean or the Kailash Mital Theatre at Carleton University. The ticket prices have been reduced to $20 and can be purchased at capitaltickets.ca. Part of the proceeds will go to the Do it For Daron fund to support youth mental health care and research at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre.

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The EcoTeam is still looking for volunteers to help out during Canada Day. Dehler said a team of 30 would be optimal and volunteers are only asked to donate about two hours of their time. “It’s another way for people to contribute their energies at the event. It’s designed to be a smaller time frame commitment because you are standing,” she said, adding volunteers will receive a free lunch. She said volunteers can come as part of a team or individually. Students can also use the hours towards the mandatory community service requirements for high school. For more information email volunteers@ canadadayinkanata.com or visit the website at www.canadadayinkanata.com.

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Celebrate Canada Day in Kanata with events all day long jessica.cunha@metroland.com

EMC events - Kanata is offering a host of events for Canada Day this year. For those who want to stay close to home and avoid the downtown traffic and crowds, here’s a quick reference guide to what’s happening in the area. Bushtukah Road Races

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Celebrate Canada Day away from the crowds and on the banks of the Ottawa River at Pinhey’s Point Historic Site, located at 270 Pinhey’s Point Rd., Dunrobin. The Dominion Day event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Events include: • Live musical entertainment. • Victorian games, including graces and hoops. • Arts and crafts, where children can make their own heritage toy. Indulge in history and tradition at Pinhey’s Point, a historic site and estate. The prop-

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EMC events – West Carleton-March will be showing off its red and white spirit this Sunday. Several communities in Ottawa’s largest ward are hosting a variety of events July 1 in honour of Canada’s 145th birthday. The fun begins in Constance Bay at 2:30 p.m. with the third annual Canada Day Parade. Participants are encouraged to decorate a float and join in the parade.

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Head out to Earl of March Secondary School, located at 4 The Parkway, Kanata, to cheer on runners in the 26th annual Canada Day Road Races. If runners want to participate, the final opportunity to register for any race is Saturday, June 30, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Bushtukah store located at 5607 Hazeldean Rd. Race start times: • 8 a.m.: 10-kilometre race. • 8:45 a.m.: five-kilometre race. • 9:30 a.m.: 100-metre Tot Trot (for children four years and under). • 9:45 a.m.: one-kilometre Fun Run (for children ages five to 11 years). The Kanata Food Cupboard will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items at the event. For more information, visit http://www.runottawaclub.ca/ events/calendar/28th-annualcanada-day-road-races/.

West Carleton hosts a parade for July 1 celebration The parade leaves the Legion parking lot at approx 2:30 p.m. The fun will continue with entertainment by BlackjackJonesey starting at 3:30 p.m. Judging of the floats will take place at 4 p.m. followed by a barbecue at 5 p.m. Cost is $12 and includes dessert. DUNROBIN

The largest Canada Day celebration in West Carleton takes place in Dunrobin with activities for all ages, including a spectacular fireworks display Events take

place at the Dunrobin Community Centre on Thomas Dolan Parkway starting at 4 p.m. and include pony rides, a bouncy house, tug of war, volleyball, bean bag toss, air hockey, foozball, potato sac races, hopscotch. This year there are several bands playing on the site including a youth band, adult country rock band and youth trumpet player Ben Cheng who will be playing at 6 p.m. And, as always, the evening tops off with a fireworks display that gets underway at 9:45 p.m.

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Thousands of people gather at Walter Baker Park for the Canada Day in Kanata festivities. erty was the home of Hamnett Kirkes Pinhey, a British settler and leading member of Upper Canada. The Pinhey family lived in the home until the early 1970s. This year, admission to the event is free and on-site parking is available. For more information, call 613-832-4347 or visit www.ottawa.ca/museums. Canada Day in Kanata

The Canada Day in Kanata celebration is one of the largest community events in Ottawa – and run solely by volunteers – attracting crowds of over 30,000 to Walter Baker Park, off Terry Fox Drive, in Kanata. With one of the best fireworks shows in the city, it’s an event the whole family will love. Admission is free to the event, but donations are accepted. There is no on-site parking for vehicles but bicycle racks are available. Attendees are requested to help with the greening initiative, which is over 50 per cent for the entire event, by putting all items in the proper recycling bins instead of the garbage.

Main event start times: • 9 to 11 a.m.: seniors’ breakfast sponsored by Chartwell Empress Kanata Retirement Residence. • 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.: performances by the A.Y. Jackson Glee Club and Holy Trinity Rhythm and Blues band on the Urbandale Stage. • 11 a.m.: Hazeldean Mall –Family Fun Zone and the Hazeldean Mall Gazebo Stage open. • 10 a.m.: yoga class presented by Mountaingoat Yoga Centre. • 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.: Junkyard Symphony performance. • 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.: Rock the Arts puppet show. • 4 p.m.: musical artist Ashley Crnic. • 4:30 p.m.: musical act The Contra Band. • 5 p.m.: opening ceremonies. • 6 p.m.: musical act The BList. • 7 p.m.: musical act Keek. • 8:30 p.m.: headlining act Kim Mitchell. • 10 p.m.: fireworks. For more information or to download the full program guide, visit www. canadadayinkanata.com. R0011466710/0628

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EMC news - The Curvy Girls of Ottawa are working to raise awareness about scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of the spine. Kanata Lakes teenager Victoria Doherty joined the Curvy Girls Scoliosis Support group of Ottawa – a network for preteens and teenagers living with a spine curvature – in January after being diagnosed with scoliosis last year. “Being a part of this group has definitely helped me through my journey,” said Victoria, a Grade 9 student at All Saints Catholic High School. “It’s a really great feeling to be part of this group.” The Ottawa chapter of Curvy Girls meets once a month to offer support to both teens and their parents or caregivers. The only group of its kind in Canada, Curvy Girls was founded in the United States in 2006. The Ottawa chapter is working to build awareness and help others develop their own support networks in other cities. At the moment, the Curvy Girls of Ottawa – which was founded last September – hosts a video chat during the monthly meetings with two out-of-town girls, one from British Columbia and another from rural Ontario. “Our ultimate goal is really to raise awareness about scoliosis, get more people into our group, let them know they’re not the only ones,” said Victoria, who’s been delivering the Kanata Kourier-Standard for five years.

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the lower part of the spine. Instead of looking like a straight line when faced head-on, Victoria’s spine looks more like a “C” in the lower portion. Her mother first noticed a change in Victoria’s spine when she was in Grade 7 and the following year Victoria was diagnosed with scoliosis. “At first we were really shocked,” said Victoria, adding she had no idea at the time what scoliosis was. She was told by doctors that she would need surgery to correct the curve. Liz went to the Internet to research the condition and stumbled on the Curvy Girls website. She also found a chiropractor and physiotherapist for Victoria. So far, Victoria hasn’t needed surgery, and with a combination of exercises and trips to her two specialists, her curve has improved by 10 degrees. She also wears a head weight to help put a little ‘SHOCKED’ bit of a curve back into her Victoria’s curvature is un- neck – which was completely usual, according to her moth- straight before Victoria start12-03-30 5:30 PM Page 1 ed therapy. erRTR Liz,Fillers_10x2 because it only affects

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Being a part of the Curvy Girls has helped Victoria, now 14, find a sense of belonging, she said. The girls discuss exercises, how they’re dealing with their situations and offer fashion advice for those girls who have to wear a special back brace. At the end of this month, Victoria, along with four other Ottawa families, will travel to Long Island, N.Y., for a two-day Curvy Girls convention. She said she’s “very excited” to learn about various treatment options, meet other girls like her and bring back ideas to help develop the Ottawa chapter. Liz added there is no routine screening in Canada. Parents usually have to request the family doctor check for scoliosis during a check up. “There’s a lack of information and a lack of awareness,”

she said. Some of the girls in the Ottawa group have traveled to Washington, D.C., or Barcelona, Spain, to be fitted for a back brace because of a lack of options available here, said Liz. The end goal is to develop a national scoliosis group that can offer support, financial backing and awareness campaigns across the country, said Liz. “That’s really the mission, to get out there and raise awareness.” The Curvy Girls of Ottawa recently held an awareness walk down Elgin Street to the mayor’s office where they met with Jim Watson. “We raised a lot of money for the group and for CHEO,” said Victoria. The group presented the children’s hospital with a cheque for more than $1,100 during the CHEO telethon. The group is also selling awareness bracelets to help raise funds for the group. Donations to the Curvy Girls Scoliosis Support group of Ottawa can be made at

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Kanata Lakes teenager Victoria Doherty joined Curvy Girls in January after being diagnosed with scoliosis last year. The group is working to raise awareness of the spinal condition. curvygirlsottawa.eventbrite. com or on the website at www.curvygirlsscoliosis. com/groups/ottawa-ca.html. For more information, email curvygirlsottawa@gmail.

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Open season for sponsoring names on city facilities, programs Laura Mueller

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EMC news - The city’s push to find sponsors for its recreation centres and programs is now underway. The new Community Champions program, a marketing initiative to seek sponsorships for city facilities in exchange for naming rights, was launched at Ben Franklin Place on Monday, June 25. By paying the city anywhere from $5,000 to $75,000-plus each year, companies, foundations, groups or individuals can buy the right to name a city facility or program. “Those who choose to become Community Champions

actively marketed before so very few businesses approached the city offering to become sponsors. For instance, the city announced last year that local developer Richcraft Homes had purchased the naming rights for a new rec centre to be built in Kanata: the Richcraft Recreation Complex. For potential “community champions,” helping create a strong community and good quality of life is also good for business, the mayor said to a group of city staff and businesspeople gathered for the launch. Watson assured residents that the Community Champions program will be undertaken with “integrity and

create a lasting legacy through their investment in their city in ways that benefit residents where they live, where they work and where they play,” Mayor Jim Watson said. Watson said sponsorship arrangements have to be “winwin”: they benefit the city by creating new revenue to help cover the cost of municipal programs and services, and they benefit the sponsoring company, group or individual by providing them with a marketing opportunity. Richard Barton, acting manager of corporate partnerships, emphasized that these sponsorship opportunities have been available since council approved the policy in 2005, but they were never

good taste.” Facilities that have been named to honour someone under the city’s commemorative naming policy will not be available for sponsorship or renaming, said Dan Chenier, general manager of parks, recreation and cultural services. Sponsors will get to have more of a say in how their name is presented at a facility they purchase the naming rights for, Chenier said. The sign could feature the company’s logo, or a group might want to put up a plaque in addition to the sign.

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Any city-owned facility is up for grabs for sponsorship naming (aside from those that already bear commemorative names), but the city will focus its marketing efforts on 11 sites: • Canterbury Recreation Complex • Goulbourn Recreation Complex • Kanata Leisure Centre and Wave Pool • Kanata Recreation Complex • Nepean Sportsplex • Pinecrest Recreation Complex

• Richmond Arena Two sites, Ray Friel Recreation Complex and Walter Baker Sports Centre, will be marketed for internal naming opportunities only, such as certain rooms or facilities like a pool or rink. Any citywide program or service, such as community gardens, swimming lessons or summer day camps, can also be sponsored for naming rights, as well as any ice pad, wading pool, beach, sports field or ball diamond. Annual events such as the Mayor’s Halloween Party can also be sponsored.

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PepTides to headline ‘Come out and play’ Pride fest Entertainment, annual theme announced Laura Mueller

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EMC news – The PepTides, Fevers and Young Empires will headline a “Come out and play”-themed Capital Pride festival this year. The annual Capital Pride Festival will run from Aug. 17 to 26, with the parade and Pride Day wrapping up festivities on Aug. 26.

Mayor Jim Watson and Ottawa Centre MPP Yasir Naqvi were on hand at city hall on June 21 to help announce the event’s theme and headlining acts. Naqvi’s recent work to support the GLBTQ community was applauded during the event. The Ottawa Centre MPP put his name on Toby’s Law, a bill to amend the Ontario Human Rights Code to include gender identity and gender expression. “You’ve made our theme, ‘Come out and play,’ a reality because we can come out and celebrate,” Pride chair Loresa Novy told Naqvi. Watson thanked the fes-

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tival for putting together a lineup of concerts and events that will draw tourists to the city. Headliners include Ottawa band The PepTides, voted best album by the Ottawa Citizen and best live show by an Ottawa Xpress reader poll, as well as electronic-pop band Fevers and Canadian “haute rock” band, Young Empires. Other acts include Ottawa band Apocalypstic, Ottawabased band Ornaments, Ottawa’s Jack Pine and the Fire, Rockland’s Mastik, Toronto’s Hunter Valentine and a party for queer women called Cherry Bomb, hosted by DJs Cozmic Cat and Denise Benson. In addition to the parade, festival highlights will include the Capital Pride pageant, health and fitness day, human rights vigil, family friendly picnic in the park, queer youth prom and the alternative stage. Watson said he was pleased to be Ottawa’s first mayor to walk in the Pride parade last year. He intends to do it again this year and apologized in advance to the people he’ll squirt with a water gun aboard the Ottawa Public Health float. The grand marshal for the 2012 Pride parade will be T. Eileen Murphy, a long-

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Longtime GLBTQ community volunteer T. Eileen Murphy was chosen as the grand marshal of this year’s Capital Pride parade. time supporter of Pride and GLBTQ community volunteer. Murphy said Pride is a time to celebrate and to remember accomplishments. “Laws can change in the blink of an eye,” she said.

“Let’s keep working hard and not forget the past.” Murphy was born in Peterborough and moved to Ottawa to attend Algonquin College around 40 years ago and has volunteered for GLBTQ causes ever since.

She is a founding member of Dignity Ottawa and has volunteered for Pink Triangle Services, Bruce House, Egale and PFLAG. She is also involved in the emerging Senior Pride Network.

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The Almonte U14B Level 5 boys’ competitive soccer team, with members from Almonte, Carleton Place, Perth, West Carleton, Stittsville and Kanata won the Cumberland Cobras Snakebite tournament on Sunday, June 24. The team went undefeated in five games.

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Sunday, July 1st is Canada Day in Kanata! Organized by a dedicated and hardworking-volunteer committee, it takes place at Walter Baker Park (just off Terry Fox Dr. at Maple Grove Rd.). The park will be alive with activity all day. I’ll be going to the Seniors’ Breakfast at 9 am and then will be at my tent from about 1 pm to 6 pm. I’ll have again maple leaf tattoos for everyone (until supplies run out) and will be happy to meet you there. More than 30,000 people of all ages enjoy our fabulous Canada Day right here in Kanata, particularly families, as it is a safe place for young children. Enjoy entertainment all day, and a children’s play area with face painting, crafts, bouncies and more. Also, there will be a food court, exhibits, entertainment including Crash the Clown and the Suburban Monkeys, a mechanical bull, a midway, plus other fun activities. For information about the many acts on the main stage go to http://www.canadadayinkanata. com. The day ends with a great fireworks display. See you there!

REPORT ON 2 THE PARKWAY IS OUT

Anyone who put in a comment to the City Planner on the zoning application for 2 The Parkway will receive a copy of the report that is going to the Planning Committee on July 9th. As soon as I get my copy I will have it put on my website. I’ll be able to put the staff recommendation into my next column so anyone interested in speaking at the Committee will have the information.

BUSINESS IMPROVMENT AREA

A report is going to the Finance and Economic Development Committee on July 3rd recommending that a vote take place in the Kanata North Business Park area identified for the formation of a Business Improvement Area (BIA). The committee decision will then go to the Council meeting on July 11th for final approval. If the recommendation is accepted, then the City will send notices to all property owners in the area with a legal requirement for those owners to circulate to all their tenants in the area. Under the Municipal Act, tenants and owners can notify the City if they are not in favour of having a BIA. The City will tabulate the results and if fewer than 30% are opposed, the BIA will be approved. Then a general meeting of the businesses in the area will be held to select a Board of Directors and prepare the first budget, so that the BIA can start operating as of the 1st of January, 2013.

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There are a lot of people using bicycles who are failing to follow the rules of the road. Bicycles are vehicles and cyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists! Please ensure that all members of your family are familiar with the following: - Bicycles must have an operating bell and on joint paths, e.g. in parks, cyclists must use their bells to warn pedestrians that they are being approached. - Stop at all stop signs and red lights. - Cycle on the right side of the road. - Ride on the road, not the sidewalk. - Use proper lighting when riding at night. - Use proper hand signalling when turning and stopping. - Remember to wear a CSA certified helmet (it’s the law for cyclists under the age of 18). - Be predictable in traffic - ride in a straight line - ride at least one meter from the curb. - Give pedestrians the right of way. - Always shoulder check when turning. - Ride defensively.

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At the Transportation Committee on July 4th a report will be considered recommending the purchase of lands near Terry Fox Dr. for a future Park and Ride. A new, large Park and Ride in that area will free up many spaces at the Eagleson Park and Ride. Once developed, staff have indicated that there will be express service from that location to downtown.

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Church helps Kenyan village get clean water John Curry

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EMC news - The Royal City Soccer Club, a registered non-profit community organization, is celebrating its 20th annual summer soccer day camps. The program is designed to offer a soccer focus in the morning with a leisure swim and organized camp activities in the afternoons. Open to boys and girls between

the ages of five and 13, there are full day, morning and afternoon sessions with early dropoff and late pickup times at no extra charge during the months of July and August. Locations include A.Y. Jackson Secondary School in Kanata. For more information call 1-800-427-0536 or visit www.royalsoccer.com.

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two acre site for the school. The partnership is geared at helping Seje become a sustainable community, not a dependant community.

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EMC news - Last week’s Walk For Water organized by the Community Bible Church in Stittsville is just one of the ways the congregation is working to help the village of Seje in Kenya. Besides raising funds to expand the water infrastructure in Seje, the Community Bible Church has entered into a partnership with the Seje community to help the people become more sustainable and self sufficient. Seje is a cluster of villages on the western edge of Kenya that is home to 5,000 people. Community Bible Church members Neil Jackman and Ron Killeen told the Rotary Club of Ottawa – Stittsville about this partnership during a presentation on June 19. While providing clean water to the Seje community is a primary focus, health, agriculture and education are also key areas. Killeen described the Community Bible Church’s involvement in partnership with Seje as an “amazing adventure.” He has nothing but praise for the people of Seje, whom he calls phenomenal, noting that in the midst of all their poverty and illness and hardship, they still enjoy life. “They who have nothing in life seem to find joy in everyday things,” Killeen said. There is much poverty in the Seje area, with most families living on less than a dollar a day. He said that AIDS has impacted about 20 per cent of the population in the region. He pointed out that there is a high mortality rate in the region, with 40 per cent of the children dying by the age of one due to bad water, malaria or AIDS. By the age of five, 60 per cent of children have died. Killeen said when the Community Bible Church first started dealing with the Seje community, education was not on the church’s radar. However, the people of Seje said education was an important goal for them so it has become part of the partnership. The Community Bible Church has helped open a school for orphans where the children receive not only education but also food. The classroom is currently in a hut, with two grades and 51 children. Members of the congregation of the Community Bible Church sponsor the children for $40 a month, which covers food, clothing, books, a teacher and health care. The next step will be to add another grade and erect a school building, a $100,000 project the church hopes to

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EMC news - Throughout July and August, children are welcome to join in the fun at Baxter Conservation Area’s summer camp programs. The camps let children learn about their natural environment. Children from six to 12 can participate in fun-filled weeks of outdoor observation, swims at the Baxter beach, creative crafts and more. It’s a great chance for children to reconnect with nature, exploring wetlands, meadow and forest habitat with outdoor educators. Baxter Conservation Area is 60 hectares of conservation land located along the shores of the Rideau River between Kars and Kemptville. For campers between ages 10 and 14, two one-week canoe camps are available. Campers will experience tandem paddling and camping, navigation skills, trip cooking, introductory first aid, trip planning and preparation. Baxter also hosts a special, one week conservation camp for Scouts and Girl Guides, ages 11 to 14, and follows requirements of the Scout World Conservation Award and naturalist badge. For details, visit www.rvca. ca or call the interpretive centre at 613-489-3592.

   

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Tim Hortons Dragon Boat festival I am privileged to have been chosen as the Honourary Chair of Dragon Boat Foundation this year. The event, which took place at Mooney’s Bay last weekend, was a huge success. I would especially like to thank Shona Flemming, Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation Coordinator and John Brooman, Executive Director of the Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival. The festival would not have been such a success if it were not for their hard work and dedication. There were 204 teams who participated this year, which is the most to have ever paddled in the festival. I would like to thank all of the paddlers for participating and making this year the largest North American Dragon Boat festival to date. I would also like to thank all those who raised funds and donated to the festival. Your effort has helped seven deserving local charities: the Youth Services Bureau, ArtsSmarts, the Bruyere Foundation, the CHEO Foundation, Debra Dynes Family House, the Ottawa Humane Society, and the University Of Ottawa Institute Of Mental Health Research.

Speed Humps in Kanata South This City of Ottawa is conducting a pilot project using speed humps as an effective speed moderating measure. The speed humps can be found on Equestrian Drive between Huntsman Crescent and Redfox Place. This pilot project will continue throughout the summer months with the speed humps moving to various locations around the ward.

Around the Ward I hope you can join me this weekend as a proud supporter of Canada Day in Kanata. The annual celebration is one of the largest community events in Kanata with families gathered at the Walter Baker Park off of Terry Fox Drive in Kanata. If you need a break from the expected heat please come by my tent and relax in the shade. I had the pleasure of speaking at the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre’s Open House this week. I would like to thank the many donors who made this Kanata treasure possible and the awesome staff for their dedication to our community. Cathy Jordan is truly a hero of mine for what she has been able to do with so little. I enjoyed attending the Great Race 2012 car show as it rolled into the Hazeldean Mall parking lot this past Tuesday. The Great Race is a world class rally event for vintage and collectible vehicles. I would like to thank Brian Goudge and Tim Thomas for their effort in bringing this exciting display to Kanata. If you are bringing an exciting activity to Kanata or hosting an event that you would like me to attend, please contact us with your details.

Hazeldean Mall’s Fare Fight for Food Program Win free groceries for a year and help the Kanata Food Cupboard at the same time. Bentall-Kennedy Canada who manage the Hazeldean Mall are running a contest where you can win free groceries for a year and for every entry the Kanata Food Bank’s chances increase to win a grant up to $10000.00. please visit fareďŹ ghtforfood.ca to enter.

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It is my privilege to serve as your councillor and to be a strong voice on the issues that affect you and your family at City Hall. Please feel free to contact my ofďŹ ce with any concerns or comments, by phone: 613-580-2752, or by email:Allan.Hubley@ottawa.ca. You can also visit my website for more information: www.councillorallanhubley. ca or follow me on Twitter: @AllanHubley_23 lll#XdjcX^aadgVaaVc]jWaZn#XV

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Fireworks bylaw will be enforced Canada Day weekend City of Ottawa

The City of Ottawa wants to remind residents that anyone partaking in fireworks displays over the Canada Day weekend should do so in a safe and courteous manner. The city’s fireworks bylaw clearly explains the procedures

around proper fireworks use. Consumer fireworks may be discharged on the day of, day before or day after Canada Day. They may be discharged only by someone age 18 or older and only on private property with the permission of the property owner. The fireworks

display must not cause danger or nuisance to any person or property. Display fireworks, such as those on Parliament Hill and smaller-scale versions at public parks on Canada Day weekend, may only be discharged by someone over 18 who holds a permit issued by the Ottawa

vincial law. If you know of anyone violating or planning to violate the fireworks bylaw, please call 311. To minimize the risk of fire and burn injury, Ottawa Fire Services does not recommend family fireworks or informal neighbourhood displays.

fire chief. Applications for these permits must be submitted 30 days prior. Firecrackers are prohibited from being used or sold in Ontario. Anyone selling, purchasing or using firecrackers within the city is in violation of the fireworks bylaw as well as pro-

If you choose to have a family fireworks display, here are some important safety tips to be followed: • Keep a water hose or pail of water close by. • Discharge fireworks well away from combustible materials such as buildings, trees, dry grass and fuel containers. • Never try to re-light dud fireworks. Wait 30 minutes and soak them in a bucket of water.

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Musician performs Oscar Peterson tribute brought on a robust burst of applause and shouts of approval from the audience when it was finished. This initial 40-minute performance by Chmaj was followed by the vocal jazz group Quintessence which performed a cappella, beginning with the song “Happy Together,” a 1967 tune made famous by the group The Turtles. Members of Quintessence include Paul Jay and Paul Melsness, owners of Gaia Java Coffee Company, Susan Mayo, Jean-Francois Fauteux, Barbara Jovaisas and Marion Xhignesse. They were followed by a return of pianist John Chmaj who accompanied the offerings of two talented horn players, both of whom are graduating from Nepean High School, namely Claire Devlin on saxophone and Emily Denison on trumpet. The evening wrapped up with a jam session with everyone involved – Chmaj, Quintessence and the two horn players. Jazz pianist Chmaj, who is from Seattle, is a seasoned professional pianist on the American jazz scene. He is currently working in Ottawa and this was the third time that he has played at Gaia Java Coffee in Stittsville. Gaia Java Coffee co-owner Paul Jay explained at last Friday’s musical evening that several months ago, Chmaj

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Singing the song Happy Together in a cappella style at the jazz musical evening at the Gaia Java Coffee shop at the Stittsville Shopping Centre in Stittsville last Friday, June 22 are four members of the six-member Quintessence vocal group, from left, Paul Jay, Jean-Francois Fauteux, Barbara Jovaisas and Marion Xhignesse. had simply walked into the shop and simply asked if they had entertainment at times in the shop. He has now played at the shop three times. These evening musical events which Gaia Java Coffee Company stages in its premises are free of charge.

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EMC news - Oscar Peterson was in Stittsville on Friday, June 22. Not Peterson himself since this legendary Canadian jazz pianist and composer passed away in 2007 but his presence was very much in the westend community as his music reverberated through the Gaia Java Coffee Company shop at the Stittsville Shopping Centre thanks to the keyboard magic of John Chmaj. This Seattle-based jazz pianist announced when he began playing that he was launching a new project of his that evening, namely presenting a tribute to the great pianist, who in his career lasting over 60 years released over 200 recordings, won eight Grammy Awards and was considered one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time. Chmaj’s tribute to Peterson included all pieces from the pianist’s repertoire except for one, an original tune called “Victoria Day” that John himself had composed recently in Stittsville. And so while it was Chmaj and not Oscar Peterson at the keyboard, it was very much familiar Oscar Peterson’s tunes, played in a robust, energetic adventurous piano style, that filled the air at the Gaia Java Coffee shop, causing toes to tap, fingers to rap and lips to smile among the crowd which

grew quickly to over 50 as the evening, with its 7 p.m. start, progressed. The Oscar Peterson tribute began with “On Green Dolphin Street,” the 1947 song written for a movie of that name that became a jazz standard and was recorded by a litany of jazz greats including Peterson. He followed this up with a song more commonly associated with Frank Sinatra but one also performed by Peterson: “Fly Me To The Moon.” Next came one of Peterson’s favourites, “Night Train,” with its rousing rhythms as interpreted by Chmaj resonating through the Gaia Java Coffee shop. And if this were not enough, Chmaj followed it up by making his keyboard sing with a ballad “Polka Dots and Moonbeans,” a 1940 song which was Sinatra’s first hit with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and which has since become a jazz standard. After Chmaj played his original new song “Victoria Day,” giving it what he termed was its world premiere, he returned to his Oscar Peterson tribute, finishing up this initial portion of his Gaia Java Coffee shop appearance with two jazz and Peterson standards, “Georgia On My Mind” and “Sweet Georgia Brown,” the last a rousing tune played at a torrid pace with his hands flying across the keys, which

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Puppeteer returns to Stittsville for Canada Day celebration John Curry

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EMC news – A puppeteer who has entertained people across the world is returning home to Stittsville for Canada Day. Ben Durocher, 22, will appear on stage in front of Sacred Heart High School in Stittsville on July 1, starting at 5:45 p.m., performing a few songs and entertaining with his puppets. Durocher, who attended Lorne Cassidy Elementary School and Sacred Heart High School in Stittsville, will be around the Canada Day celebrations for more than just his stage appearance. Starting about 2 p.m., he will be roaming around the grounds with his puppets, keeping people entertained. Durocher, who now lives in New York City, graduated from the Musical Conservatory at the University of Cincinnati in April 2011 and since then he had managed to

keep busy in the musical theatre and puppetry fields in the United States. He performed in the musical “Forever Plaid” in upstate New York and then joined the cast of “ImaginOcean,” a musical black-light puppet show that toured all over the United States, hitting some 40 cities or so, as well as going overseas to Singapore. “It was a lot of fun,” Durocher says about this touring experience, saying that it allowed him to see a number of United States cities that he would not have been able to visit otherwise. The show allowed Durocher to use both his puppetry and his singing talents. “It was totally a great combination of the two,” he says, noting that the fact that he does both musical theatre and puppetry seems to be an asset in the competitive milieu of the theatre. Durocher returned home to Stittsville last week after attending a puppetry confer-

ence in Connecticut. This week-long event with workshops and classes features the presence of puppet masters from around the world. Durocher will be staying home in Stittsville until early August when he will be heading to Milwaukee, Wis. to be involved in another musical production involving puppets called Avenue Q. This show will be running for seven weeks. While at home, Durocher will be performing at the upcoming Puppets Up festival in Almonte. Stittsville’s Canada Day celebrations are taking place again this year at the front of Sacred Heart High School on Abbott Street at Shea Road. An official opening will be held at 3 p.m., followed by stage entertainment through to the gala fireworks at 9:45 p.m. or so. There will also be a variety of activities on the grounds throughout the afternoon.

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Ben Durocher, seen holding up one of his puppets, will sing and entertain at Stittsville’s Canada Day celebration in front of Sacred Heart High School on July 1.

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MISSISSIPPI MILLS Increasingly, young families and baby boomers are moving out of the city and opting to downsize into homes with exceptional value in friendly communities in the National Capital Region. Mississippi Mills is one such community, which is located about 35 minutes from downtown Ottawa and 20 minutes from Kanata. The Town of Mississippi Mills is a diverse community of rural and small towns covering 500 square kilometres of land just West of Ottawa. It was created with the amalgamation of the Wards of Pakenham, Almonte, and Ramsay in Lanark County.

Benefits to Moving to Mississippi Mills 1. Mississippi Mills is recognized for its natural and architectural beauty, quality of life, and respect for its heritage and environment. People of all ages will enjoy visiting and exploring this wonderful region. Outdoor activities are abundant in the area, thus attracting avid hikers, cyclers, swimmers, fishermen and golfers. In fact, both Pakenham and Almonte offer a variety of trails, attractions, and rivers to meet the needs of all outdoor enthusiasts. 2. It is an ideal location for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and maintain their proximity to all major city amenities, like restaurants, pubs, grocery stores, and shopping malls. It is a convenient alternative to city living for those who work in the West End of Ottawa, or in the surrounding area, such as Kanata, Nepean, Stittsville, and Carp.

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Stittsville opens disability-friendly ice surface Goulbourn Recreation Complex boasts expanded services John Curry

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EMC news – An NHL-sized ice surface specially equipped to serve hockey players with physical disabilities was officially opened at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex on June 20. The ice pad meets the new provisions of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act for sledge hockey, a sport which allows those with a physical disability to play the game of hockey. This means that there are widened team benches to accommodate sledges which are basically two skate blades on a metal frame that allows the puck to pass underneath. It also means that there is synthetic ice available that can laid down when sledge hockey teams are playing to link the ice surface with the dressing room area. In addition, the board glass has been extended and also lowered to provide enhanced viewing capabilities. This new ice pad facility also has six change rooms, an expanded referee room and a tournament friendly reception lobby. It is outside, though, where one of the facility’s most unique features is located. There are designated parking spots for electric vehicles

with the spots equipped with “pay for use” electrical vehicle charging posts or outlets where electrical vehicles can be parked by arena visitors and charged at a nominal fee. This is the first installation of its kind at a city arena and this installation to service electric vehicles has helped the facility achieve Leadership in Energy Efficient Design (LEED) targets for environmental and energy efficiency standards. An official opening for this $8.7 million facility, which marks the final phase of a multi-year renovation and expansion project for the Goulbourn Recreation Complex, was held on Wednesday afternoon, June 20, attended by city dignitaries and staff along with other special guests including Stittsville native Matt Bradley who plays for Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League. “The City of Ottawa is committed to providing families and kids with the opportunities they need to participate in sports and healthy activities,” Mayor Jim Watson said at the official opening. “That’s why we froze recreation fees in our first two budgets and that’s why we’re breaking down the barriers faced by residents in our community who have disabilities,” he added.

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The city officially opened the second ice surface at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex in Stittsville on Wednesday, June 20. Taking part in the ceremony were from left, sledge hockey player Todd Nicholson, Mayor Jim Watson, Stittsville Coun.

Shad Qadri, Stittsville native and National Hockey League player Matt Bradley, Coun Mark Taylor, who is chair of council’s community and protective services committee, Mark Gallant, who is head coach and general manager of the Ottawa Sledge Hammers sledge hockey team, Kanata North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson and sledge hockey player Angelo Gavillucci.

“Hundreds of thousands of visitors come to the Goulbourn Recreation Complex each year and with this expansion, the city can offer them improved services in an extraordinary structure that meets their recreational needs,” Stittsville Coun. Shad Qadri said at the official opening. He called the day a significant one not only for Stittsville but for the entire city with the official opening of this new NHL-size ice surface, now known as Arena B at the Goulbourn Recreation

Complex. Others at the official opening included city of Ottawa councillor Mark Taylor who is chair of council’s community and protective services committee, Kanata councillors Allan Hubley and Marianne Wilkinson , city staff Wayne

Newell, Kevin Wherry and Julia Chenier, Keith Dickie representing the architectural firm, Mark Gallant, head coach and general manager of the Ottawa Sledgehammers sledge hockey team, and Cathy Skinner, a longtime coach with the Goulbourn

Skating Club. The official opening ceremony involved the unveiling of a plaque, a ceremonial puck drop and a ribbon cutting. The official opening was followed by a period of free public skating on the new ice surface.

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EMC news – The provincial government is asking teachers, doctors and public sector workers to hold off demands for wage increases in order to balance the books. Ottawa West-Nepean MPP Bob Chiarelli said after the provincial budget was passed that one of the key elements in getting rid of the deficit over the next five years is to control spending on compensation for those three sectors. “We are asking those people to take a pause for two years,” he said, adding he hoped the various sectors would work with the province in upcoming labour negotiations. “The average increase for teachers between negotiations and moving up on the pay scale is eight per cent per year. That is not sustainable,” Chiarelli said, adding that wage freezes will permit more hires and allow class sizes to stay at their reduced level. “If negotiations don’t work, legislation may be necessary,” he said. Chiarelli added that doctors’ salaries have increased as much as a 100 per cent in the

last three years. Chiarelli also looked to the province’s school boards to develop an asset management plan as fewer government dollars will be available for capital projects. That may also mean that underutilized schools will have to be closed. “We have left it up to the board for local decision making on which schools have to be combined,” he said. “But there are schools sitting at 40, 50 and 60 per cent capacity with no change in sight. A decision has to be made.” Chiarelli said the budget does make room for education spending in some areas. “We wanted to keep full day kindergarten,” he said. “And that’s what the education adviserrs recommend.” There will also continue to be a 30 per cent tuition fee discount for post-secondary students and 60,000 new student spaces at colleges and universities over the next three years across the province.

grams, to allow seniors to stay in their homes. “We have also started moving forward with our election promise of doctors making house calls,” Chiarelli said. A new MRI was delivered to the Queensway Carleton Hospital in early June and Chiarelli said the hospital’s operating budget will be increased. With the new ambulatory care unit, three new operating rooms and dialysis machines, Chiarelli said the hospital needed a budget increase to be able to cover the new services. ECONOMY

Despite the need for fiscal control, Chiarelli said things are looking up economically. “A lot of people are interested in investing in the economy,” he said, adding that recent announcement of the expansion of Bayshore Shopping Centre will mean 400 new permanent jobs and 1,500 construction jobs. Chiarelli added the expansion of Ikea meant almost 450 new hires. The infrastructure projects on Highway 417 east and west and light rail transit will also bring in more jobs. “We are on track,” he said.

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Step back in time to celebrate Canada Day at Pinhey’s Point Pinhey’s Point Historical Site

There are many events at Pinhey’s Point, located in Dunrobin, on Canada Day.

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EMC events - Celebrate Canada Day away from the downtown crowds on the picturesque banks of the Ottawa River on July 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Experience a traditional Dominion Day celebration with lots of unique and modern twists. Get the kids to put down the video games, and explore the lush and picturesque green space of this historic site. They will spend the day delighting in vintage inspired

play: such as tug-of-war, potato sack races, croquet, and graces and hoops. For the craftier kids, they will be invited to try their hand making your own heritage toy to take home while the rest of the family sways in the fresh summer breezes to melodies of

live music from the comfort of their picnic blanket. The museum is located at 270 Pinhey’s Point Rd., in Dunrobin, off of Sixth Line Road. For more information any of Pinhey’s Point summer programming call 613-832-4347 or visit ottawa.ca/museums.

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Invest Ottawa looking for board members EMC news - Invest Ottawa leads export-oriented economic development for our city and our region. It is a not-for-profit corporation committed to advancing Ottawa’s globally competitive, knowledge-based institutions and industries. This mandate requires the active engagement and commitment from the key economic leaders in our region. Invest Ottawa is in the process of building its 14-member board of directors to lead the organization and has launched a call for applications to fill three vacancies. The board focuses on city wide, multi-stakeholder economic development initiatives that increase entrepreneurial momentum, foreign direct investment, wealth and jobs in the city. The board will engage all stakeholders in Ottawa’s economic development ecosystem R0011481268

to identify and champion three to five significant initiatives that will drive business investment and job creation. In addition to the board of directors, Invest Ottawa’s governance framework also includes working groups that engage directly with the innovation, investment and trade and creative industries programs providing industry expertise. “We know that leadership matters,” said Jeff Westeinde, who along with Mayor Jim Watson, co-chairs the Invest Ottawa board. “We are now looking for experienced business leaders from the private sector who are known for their strong leadership in the community.” The call for applications closes on July 13, 2012. Interested parties should send a letter of interest along with a resume and three personal references to board@investottawa.ca. Full details are available online at investottawa.ca/boardnominations.

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September 2012 Registration Dates Wednesday, August 22, 2012 for grades 7 and 8 (appointments available)* Tuesday, August 28, 2012 for grades 9 – 12 (appointments available)

Please call the Main Office at the school in advance to book a registration appointment (613) 271-4254. All Saints offers comprehensive programming for students in Grades 7 and 8 (Intermediate School) and Grades 9 to 12 (High School) Specialty Programs in: AP – Advanced Placement (University) Dual Credits with Algonquin College Focus Program: Web Production Specialist High Skills Major: Arts and Culture Specialist High Skills Major: ICT Information Communication Technology Native Studies, Robotics Hairstyling and Aesthetics, and much more. All Saints Catholic High School 5115 Kanata Ave. Kanata, Ontario K2K 3K5 Julian Hanlon-Director of Education (613) 271-4254 Ted J. Hurley-Chairperson Zone 2 * Based on need, an earlier date may be available in July for grade 7 and 8 registration.

Thank you for your Support Mothercraft’s annual Touch-aTruck event was held this year on June 10th at Lincoln Fields. This year the event surpassed all records Adrienne Baxter for attendance and Sales Representative earning. Mothercraft reports that this year’s event drew 4000 people. This is a 25% increase from last year’s attendance. As a result, profits improved dramatically. In fact, this year’s revenues were more than three times last year’s earning. Mothercraft Ottawa points out that the event’s Approximately 60 volunteers success is based on several were involved in every element factors, including great weather of the event from the planning and advertising. Co-organizer to the clean up. MacFarlane Shannon MacFarlane suggest sums up the importance of the that it’s organizations donating volunteers saying “We are a their time and their vehicles small organization and without that makes the event possible: people coming out and giving “It’s the great vehicles that us their time, we really don’t really draw people. Without the know how we would run this support of our community, this amazing event.” wouldn’t happen. This year we Mothercraft is happy the had over 50 vehicles on site event was successful and that and the support of more than people really liked it. “We’ve 20 organizations which really received a lot of positive shows the generosity of the feedback about the event from community” people who attended. One Mothercraft also suggests lady wrote to us just to tell that the overwhelming support how much her son loved it and of volunteers is an important how she would never forget factor in the event’s success. watching her son and his friend

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run hand-in-hand to the trucks. It’s really touching.” The Touch-a-Truck event supports Mothercraft’s Birth and Parent Companion programs which support marginalized and isolated expectant mothers and families in the community. Money raised from the Touch-a-Truck event goes to supporting these women who face a pregnancy, delivery and parenting alone or with little support . Mothercraft plans to hold the event next year and expects it to be an even more exciting day for everyone in the community.

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Stittsville youth heading to 2012 world karate championships West-end teen qualifies for world kickboxing and karate championship in Orlando, Fla. Staff

EMC sports - Bren Hunter continues to win. The young karate enthusiast from Stittsville won six medals at the 2011 World Karate Association (WKA) World Championships in Germany including two world champion gold medals. This year, he won four medals at the Canadian team qualifying event in Brossard, Que. on June 15-17, meaning he’s qualified for the Canadian team headed to this year’s WKA world kickboxing and karate championships at the gates of Universal Studios in Orlando, Fla. this coming September. Bren qualified for the Canadian team in four categories. He won gold in the boys under-55 kilograms point fighting and silver in boys’ creative weapons. In addition, he captured

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the bronze in both the boys’ musical weapons and the boys’ Korean patterns. He finished fourth in three other areas, making him the Canadian team alternate for each of these categories. Bren has done all of this despite competing in the boys’ age 13 to 17 category for the first time, as he just turned 13 last October. This placed him in categories competing against much older and more experienced athletes but despite being the rookie in this age category, he managed to shine. Now, he is headed to the WKA world kickboxing and karate championships for the fourth consecutive year. On this Canadian team, he will be joining 11 others who train at the Canadian Sport Martial Arts Academy (CSMA) on Iber Road in Stittsville. CSMA teammates who will be joining Bren at the WKA championships in Florida in September are Alison Ferguson, Emma Cross, Stephen Cross, Jimmy Fitzsimmons, Larissa Ide, Millan Wang, Stewart Wilkinson, Sue Lagasi, Kayla Shepherd, Shivani Sivabalan and Jason Dupuis. Bren is heading to these 2012 world championships with the goal of making it to the podium in his new age division.

He had set a goal of being a world champion before the age of 13 and this he achieved last year thanks to a lot of dedication, hard work and heart, sacrificing other things to become expert in karate. Bren gained experience in world championship events by competing in the WKA world championships in Spain in 2009. He was back at the world championships in Scotland in 2010 where he won three bronze medals. And then last year he won six medals including two world championship gold medals in Germany, dominating the boys’ under 13 age category. What was an eye-catching accomplishment at these 2011 WKA world championships was the performance of Bren and his partner Max Kelland of Gatineau. They captured the gold medal and the 2011 world champion title for synchronized freestyle teams not in the under-13 age category but in the junior under 17 division. After finishing second in the elimination round, Bren and Max became world champions by beating the top seeded United States team in the final round.

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Renovations Contractor Kitchen cupboards installation, ceramic tile, hardwood, laminate, basements, carpentry & decks. Experienced. Seniors discount. Please contact Ric. ric@SmartRenos.com or 613-831-5555.

NH 411 discbine 4750, MF 285 loader 7750.00, MF 1135 duals 7500.00, MF 20 C industrial 7250.00. 613-223-6026.

2 BEDROOM apartment, Available August 1st. Fitzroy Harbour, $695/month +utilities. 819-647-5362, 819-647-2659, 819-647-5512.

Constance Bay- 2 bedroom basement apt. Private entrance and patio. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer. No smoking. No pets. First/last month rent. Senior/mature adults only. References required. Mon.Thurs. 9-3, 613-727-0410.

COMMERCIAL RENT Store front retail space. Excellent location, downtown Carleton Place, near town hall. 613-867-1905.

EDUCATION & TRAINING Tutor available. High school student in Stittsville available to tutor English and French, grades 1-8. See website www.tstutoring.com. 613-482-9754.

FARM CARPENTRY, REPAIRS, Rec Rooms, Decks, etc. Reasonable rates, 25 years experience. 613-832-2540

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We repair, modify or demolish any size of structure. Salvaged buildings, timber and logs for sale. Various size buildings. Fully insured. John Denton Contracting

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Firewood Processors, Canadian Made. Cuts up to 16” diameter, 13 h.p. Honda $9,450. www.blackscreek.ca (613)889-3717. Hyland Seeds- Corn, soyabeans, forage seed, white beans and cereals. Overseeding available. Phone Greg Knops, (613)658-3358, (613)340-1045, cell.

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GARAGE SALE Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill St. in historic downtown Almonte. 613-256-1511. 36 vendors. Open daily 10-5.

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Huge moving sale. Moving out of the country, everything must go by Sat. June 30. TV, 2 pull out couches, microwave, chest of drawers, 2 twin size beds and mattresses, 1 Casio piano, 2 folding tables, 2 computers, dishes, 4 shelves, curtains, many linens, many storage bins, 3 inflatable mattresses, 3 stand up fans. Thurs. June 28 until June 30, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 100 Varley Lane, (Beaverbrook) Kanata. Many new and used items including Oriental carpet, necklaces, furniture, etc. 474 Landswood Way, Stittsville. 7:30-11:30, June 30.

3 bedroom 2 storey home, downtown Carp, family room, detached garage, large yard, gas heat, $1,150/month net. Paul 613-839-8733 ext 300. Affordable single family home for rent- 3 bdrm, comfortable solid brick, right across from schools JK-12. Walk to waterfront park, hiking trails, downtown shops, library. Small easy care yard. All for only $800 per month plus utilities. Available immediately. Please call Linda 613-250-2588. Almonte- Ground level, 2 bedroom apartment. Mature seniors preferred. Private driveway and backyard. Newly renovated. Available immediately. 613-275-1982. Almonte- Waterfront. New 4 bed, 4 bath, 2 story home in town. 2k/month + utilities. References/1st/last. Heather 613-256-7067. Apartment, downtown Carleton Place, No smoking, No pets, references, first & last rent; 3rd floor stairs; 613-867-1905. Brand-new 3 bed/2 bath home in Smiths Falls. Beautiful corner lot, near school. Deck and finished basement. $1250/mo, utilities extra. erikcout u r e @ g m a i l . c o m (613)233-7184. Carleton Place. Large updated 2 bedroom, second floor, private entrance, yard, storage, parking. First, last and references. $900/month plus heat and hydro. (613)884-0166.

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To our friends, family and neighbours, we wish to express our sincere Thank You for messages of sympathy, cards and donations to Charities in memory of our sister Frances Greene. Sincere thanks to Dr. Gordon, Dr. Robson, nurses and staff of the Arnprior and District Hospital. Your care and support was gratefully appreciated. Thank you to Pilon Family Funeral Home for the caring assistance we received. Laura Barr and her brothers, Johnny, Mervyn and Stanley Cavanagh

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3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms, 5 appliances and more, located in established area, on site management office, 323 Steeplechase Dr. (just off Stonehaven Dr) Kanata, K2M 2N6, call 613-592-0548

FOR SALE Cedar (white), quality lumber, most sizes, decking, T&G, channel rustic. Also huge bundles of cedar slabs ($45) and large bags of shavings ($35). www.scoutenwhitecedar.ca (613)283-3629. Clean mixed hardwood. 8’ and 16’ lengths. Allen or John Lee (613)259-2414. Disability Products. Buy and Sell stair lifts, scooters, bath lifts, patient lifts, hospital beds, etc. Call Silver Cross Ottawa (613)231-3549.

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HOT TUB (Spa) Covers. Best Price, Best Quality. All Shapes & Colours Available. Call 1-866-652-6837 w w w. t h e c o v e r guy.com/newspaper Portable 24’X32’ classrooms for sale, to move to your lot (40 km) for $12 275,00+ HST. For more details, please contact; Gille- 613-880-1685, or gille@cdsmovers.com Split & Stack gray landscaping stones, 50 each, tops and bottoms, $1.25 each. Also free wooden skids. You pick up! 613-257-7496. Woodworking tools, equipment and vehicles for sale. Visit www.setup.ca/tools. For more information call 613-858-3178.

HELP WANTED EARN EXTRA INCOME! Carrier contractors needed for early am newspaper home delivery in Kanata and Stittsville, 7 days/week. Vehicle a must. $500-$950+/MONTH 613-592-9786

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EXCAVATING COMPANY looking for DZ Driver. Must have clean abstract. Heavy Equipment experience would be an asset. 613-223-4428 or 613-432-5566

The Largest Home Inspection Company in Canada is coming to this area!!

Exel Contracting Inc. Commercial landscape construction company has position available for a Stone Slinger Truck operator. Email resume to info@exelcontracting.ca or fax 613-831-2794. No phone calls please. LONE STAR

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An enchanting, shut-out-the-world, 4 seasons, spacious home/ retreat, lovingly renovated inside & out. Melding the past of a wonderful old farmhouse with the present. Mellow hues, high ceilings, some plank flooring, V-joint ceilings & an original stairway evoke nostalgic influences. The lakeside boasts a popular, extra large wrap-around porch with 2 french doors facilitating the comings & goings of family & guests. Gravitate to the sun-drenched great room with stone fireplace or, to the country kitchen, embellished with clever cabinetry. The centerpiece of the kitchen has a working, ivory porcelain Oval wood cookstove. A laundry/mud room, a large master bedroom, den/guest bedroom & 4 pce bath are at rear of home. Upstairs is replete with personality having 2 bedrooms & a 2 pce bath. Other heat options include oil furnace & electric baseboard. 200 amp service. On well & septic. Surveyed lot 56’ waterfront x 170’ depth (+/-). Taxes - $2,520.00 (+/-). Nature does deserve much credit having mature trees, perennial beds, a splendid lake view, swimming & direct access to travel the beautiful & historical Rideau Canal Waterway. Dock included. For private viewing, terms & conditions, please call our office at 613-267-6027.

Hungerford Gate Apartments Kanata 1 & 2 bedroom apartments available for immediate occupancy; include fridge, stove, storage, parking, and ceramic flooring; security cameras, rental agent and maintenance person on site; laundry room; located near parks, buses, shopping, schools, churches, etc. To view, call 613-878-1771.

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FOR RENT, 2 Bedroom Condo, 124 Daniel Street, Arnprior. Secure building, includes 5 appliances, parking, storage. Quiet building, senior/mature adults, no pets, non-smoking, Available August 15th, 2012. $900+utilities. First and last months rent and references. Call 613-257-1267 or 613-832-1400

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HELP WANTED Looking for persons willing to speak to small groups, 1 on 1 presentations. A car and internet necessary. Diana (866)306-5858. West Carleton House Cleaning company seeking employees to work Tues-Fri, occasional Mondays. Approx 30-40 hour per week. Must have car to get to and from work only. Serious enquires only. Call Natalie 613-832-4609.

Bridlewood- Caregiver with 18 years experience has space available. All ages welcome. Plenty of TLC; nutritious meals/snacks; outdoor/indoor play; nonsmoking environment. Excellent references. Teachers only please. Call 613-271-1560 Katimavik; Warm & nurturing family home environment. Days are fun-filled & active with plenty of indoor/outdoor play, arts, crafts & music. CPR/1st Aid Certified, smokefree. Police check, references/receipts available. Lindsay 613-599-6565 or 613-852-0652 Stittsville area, experienced caregiver will provide lots of TLC and outdoor activity for children, any age. Westwind Public and Guardian Angel Bus Route. Call Lyn at (613)831-2758.

HUNTING SUPPLIES Hunter Safety/Canadian Firearm Safety Courses held throughout the valley all year long. Organize a group, get yours free. Gift certificates available. Competitive pricing. Dave Arbour 613-257-7489. www.valleysportsmanshow.com Hunter Safety/Canadian Firearms Courses and exams throughout the year. Organize a course and yours is free. Call Wenda Cochran 613-256-2409.

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Position Available: Sales Consultant WagJag.com currently has an excellent opportunity for a dedicated Sales Consultant to join our Ottawa team. The WagJag.com brand, a leading Canadian online daily deal destination, offers amazing deals on restaurants, spas, fashion, activities, and events on behalf of a growing number of retailers in Canada. We deliver great offers by assembling a group of "WagJaggers" with combined purchasing power. The Sales Consultant will introduce and sell WagJag.com’s daily deal marketing solution to local small and medium sized businesses in the Ottawa Region, while achieving aggressive revenue targets. The Sales Consultant will also service and grow accounts by managing client relationships before, during, and after the featured offers are presented on our website. If you are a highly self-motivated, energetic and results focused sales professional and want to build a career in the dynamic industry of online media, forward your resume to Stephanie.holmes@metroland.com by May 18th, 2012. THE POSITION: � Identify and cold call prospects to develop new business � Negotiate and structure sales agreements � Develop and build strong relationships with clients � Respond promptly to sales enquiries, and provide thorough customer follow up � Consistently deliver against aggressive revenue targets � Generate insertion orders � Contact advertisers regarding campaign optimization, growth strategies, and opportunities � Act as an ambassador of the brand at events (occasional evenings/weekends) ABOUT YOU: � 1-5 years experience in sales/account management with a proven history of achieving and surpassing sales targets � Experience in online or media sales preferred � Strong negotiation, presentation, and telephone skills � Experience in, and high comfort level with, cold calling to develop new business � Ability to build and develop effective relationships with clients and within the sales team � Solid organizational and time management skills � Ability to work in a fast-paced, dead-line oriented environment � Strong written and verbal communication skills � Valid Drivers License and a reliable automobile essential We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted! CL346705-0510

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Lyndhurst Gun & Militaria Show at the Lyndhurst Legion. Sunday July 8th, 2012, 9 am-3 pm. Halfway between Kingston and Smiths Falls. Take Hwy 15 to 33, follow 33 to the Legion. Admission $5.00. Ladies and accompanied children under 16 free. Buy/sell/trade. Firearms, ammunition, knives, military antiques, hunting gear & fishing tackle. For show info and table inquiries call John (613)928-2382, siderisjp@sympatico.ca. All firearm laws are to be obeyed, trigger locks are required.

Polled bulls. $1,250 ea.; 1 Charolais, 2 Red Angus, 1 Black. 2 years old. Easterbrook Farms, 613-925-4557.

Sunday, July 8 from 8 a.m - 4 p.m., the. Kanata Animal Hospital, 440 Hazeldean Road, invites you to the 5th annual Microchip / Nail Trim / BBQ Fundraiser. This event is to benefit Giant Breed dogs & Horses in need of Birch Haven Rescue. No appointment necessary. For more info; (613)725-4279 or www.birchhaven.org

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2 acre lot- off Roger Stevens Dr., Smiths Falls (William, Campbell and Bennett Rd). $18,500. 613-839-0498.

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$449,000. Newer triplex, Smiths Falls, excellent net, longer term tenants. 613-217-1862.

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SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS: • Normally College Diploma (2 years) – Computer Systems Technician plus 1-2 years relevant experience required. • Experience troubleshooting issues – hardware, network, software, printing problems and replacing hardware on both desktops and laptop PCs required. • Experience installing software, patches, updates on desktops, laptops, servers preferred. • Functional knowledge of the following technologies – Windows Server, Linux, HP/UX, SQL Server, Progress OpenEdge, VMWare, Oracle VirtualBox, Cisco-based infracture. • Experience supporting enterprise software – ERP, CRM • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively independently or in a team environment. • Excellent organizational skills and ability to handle multiple priorities and meet strict deadlines. • Excellent English verbal/written communication skills essential All applicants should apply in writing with a cover letter and resume to Human Resources: Email: jobs@theratronics.ca or Fax #: (613) 591-2176 NOTE: Only successful candidates shall be contacted for interviews.

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KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general direction, the incumbent will provide technical support in the following areas – desktop, applications & related technology, specifications, installation & testing of systems and peripherals, testing of network servers, databases and associated equipment and maintaining and supporting internal and remotely hosted applications solutions. Responsibilities include: • Assists staff with the installation, configuration and ongoing usability of desktop computers, peripheral equipment and software. • Works with vendor support contacts to resolve technical problems with desktop computing equipment and software. Maintains telephone system. • Ensures desktop computers interconnect seamlessly with diverse systems including associated validation systems, file servers, email servers, computer conferencing systems, application servers and administrative systems. • Works with procurement staff to purchase hardware and software. • Develops and maintains custom internal apps to automate various business and technical processes. Administers databases and builds queries to extract data based on specifications. • Improves aging infrastructure – moves key systems to virtualized environments and coordinates software rollouts.

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Seasonal RV Park White Cedars Tourist Park Waterfront Cottages for rent And Large Fully Serviced Lots 30 amp, water, and sewer Small Private RV Park Great fishing, swimming and Activities, Viewing by Appointment Only. 613-649-2255 www.whitecedars.com Water view at an affordable price! 37’ 1992 Bonair Park Model RV located at Singleton Lake Campground in Lyndhurst, Ontario. Sleeps 7. Includes; sunroom, outbuilding, new custom deck & 6x46 dock, queen bed in master BR, slide-out couch/bed, 3 piece bath. 3 person bunk room. Price reduced to $18,000 (USD) obo (original $25,000). This is an affordable turn-key option for those who love fishing, boating, camping and/or looking for a seasonal family vacation cottage or fishing getaway. Too many extras to list! C o n t a c t : al.myers5717@yahoo.com or 1(267)718-0111 to request a detailed list including pictures. A must see!

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Experienced housecleaning service, very professional and reliable. Free estimates. Call Alissa (613)866-1166.

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Best Theratronics Ltd. is a Canadian company of TeamBest™. We became a member of the Best family in May 2008. We manufacture external beam therapy units and selfcontained blood irradiators. We have created a new product line of cyclotrons (B14p, B35p and the B70p) for radioisotope production. The team brings with it a diverse range of knowledge from around the world. TeamBest™ is driven by one primary goal - to provide the best products and services to customers. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the technical direction of the project engineer: • Develops design concepts of considerable complexity and prepares or directs the preparation of final design layouts • Responsible for the technical quality and accuracy of own work and work of other design staff assigned to projects • Responsible for ensuring the proper application of engineering design to achieve project objectives QUALIFICATIONS: • Normally Technologist Diploma (3 years) in mechanical or Electrical/Electronic Technology plus 6-8 years relevant experience • Must be accomplished in the use of a computer aided design and drafting system –specifically Solid Works 3D CAD Package • Must have demonstrated ability to understand and apply enineering instructions and to work from technical documents analyzing, resolving and interpreting complex design problems • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment All applicants should apply in writing with a cover letter and resume to Human Resources: Email: jobs@theratronics.ca or Fax #: (613) 591-2176 NOTE: Only successful candidates shall be contacted for interviews.

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Best Theratronics Ltd. is a Canadian company of TeamBest™. We became a member of the Best family in May 2008. We manufacture external beam therapy units and self-contained blood irradiators. We have created a new product line of cyclotrons (B14p, B35p and the B70p) for radioisotope production. The team brings with it a diverse range of knowledge from around the world. TeamBest™ is driven by one primary goal - to provide the best products and services to customers. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Director of Operations, supervises and directs a team of manufacturing employees in a variety of different areas including welding, leadpouring, general machining, bench fitting, sheet metal, painting, mechanical and electrical assembly, packing and shipping. Responsibilities include: • Assigns work, duties and tasks to employees in assigned area of responsibility. Ensures that technical information and instructions to employees are complete and accurate. • Maintains the work discipline in the assigned area of responsibility. • Plans, organizes and oversees the utilization of equipment, material and space to achieve optimum efficiency in production scheduling, cost and quality objectives. • Maintains close liaison, communication and co-operation with other Supervisors, Managers and staff in other departments to ensure consistency of action and effective co-operative efforts. • Decides on and takes necessary action to eliminate work hazards and observes and enforces safety regulations. Participates in the investigation and reporting of accidents. • Explains and administers Company policies, procedures and rules in accordance with Collective Agreements. • Carries out special projects and other related duties appropriate to the level. SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS: • Normally, Secondary School graduation plus completion of an apprenticeship in one of the related trades, plus 10 years related experience required. • 5 years of supervisory experience preferred • Must have a sound knowledge of all trades activities within assigned area of responsibility • Must have a good knowledge of modern engineering production processes and techniques • Must have a strong desire and proven record for effective leadership development, and commitment to continuous improvement • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment • Must have effective time management skills and be able to be self-directed • Excellent English verbal/written communication skills essential • Computer literate in Microsoft applications desired. All applicants should apply in writing with a cover letter and resume to Human Resources: Email: jobs@theratronics.ca or Fax #: (613) 591-2176 NOTE: Only successful candidates shall be contacted for interviews.

LOCATION – OTTAWA, ON • STATUS – FULL TIME Best Theratronics Ltd. is a Canadian company of TeamBest™. We became a member of the Best family in May 2008. We manufacture external beam therapy units and self-contained blood irradiators. We have created a new product line of cyclotrons (B14p, B35p and the B70p) for radioisotope production. The team brings with it a diverse range of knowledge from around the world. TeamBest™ is driven by one primary goal - to provide the best products and services to customers. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: • Organizes and coordinates the work of a group of design/drafting personnel working on assigned projects. • Responsible for technical direction of all the product group projects assigned to the project and for ensuring that documentation objectives are met. Responsible for ensuring the proper application of engineering design to achieve project cost objectives. • Develops engineering data for preliminary design concepts and prepares or directs the preparation of final design layouts and manufacturing documentation. • Ensures that designs are correctly depicted and dimensionally correct. Arranges for the checking of designs and required approvals. Responsible for the technical quality and accuracy of project work. May be required to assist with prototyping and assembly activities and advises on corrective action to resolve design problems. • Prepares design/drafting estimates and participates in project planning activities and progress meetings as required. Monitors project drafting hours with respect to overall objectives. • Monitors projects for adherence to approved drafting standards, policies and procedures. • Maintains liaison with purchasing, production and other groups to ensure that designs meet necessary requirements for manufacturing, shipping, installation and maintenance. QUALIFICATIONS: • Normally Technologist Diploma (3 years) in mechanical or Electrical/Electronic Technology plus 8-10 years relevant experience. • Must be accomplished in the use of a computer aided design and drafting system –specifically Solid Works 3D CAD Package. • Must have demonstrated ability to understand and apply engineering instructions and to work from technical documents analyzing, resolving and interpreting complex design problems. • Must have demonstrated ability to direct the work of technical staff and resolve unusual problems caused by the complexity of the work. • Must have a thorough knowledge of design principles, standards, techniques and administrative practices • Must be able to make independent decisions within the scope of design and drafting objectives. • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment. All applicants should apply in writing with a cover letter and resume to Human Resources: Email: jobs@theratronics.ca or Fax #: (613) 591-2176 NOTE: Only successful candidates shall be contacted for interviews.

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Fitzroy Harbour woman is fabulous in her forties derek.dunn@metroland.com

EMC news – For most, the prospect of turning 40 years old is not a welcome achievement. It is often viewed as a settling in for a long decade full of dull routine and responsibility. No experimenting; no pushing the boundaries; no revealing sides of the self held dormant for many years. Not so for Lisa Kopil. Come the latter half of her 30’s, the mother of three who calls Fitzroy Harbour home began to relish the notion of hitting the big four-O. “I was looking forward to turning 40. Turning 40 was excellent,” Kopil said. “Because I stopped caring about what other people thought I was doing. I just stopped – like that!” The epiphany sparked more than a change in attitude. Kopil, who found herself divorced about that time five years ago, began taking on new projects and developing skills she never knew she had. First it was music. On a weekend away with girlfriends, she was pressed to do more with her voice then to sing for those around her. They encouraged her to perform in front of audiences. “I was always a closet sing-

er, and of course I would sing to the kids,” she recalled. “But it never occurred to anything else.” She did a lot else. Kopil tried out for a Rural Root production, Cheating Hearts, and – lo and behold – she won the part. A singer who also plays guitar, Kopil, a double threat, carried the lead role. “And the funny thing is I found out I got the part on my 40th birthday.” Only problem was that after the play ended, Kopil went through performance withdrawal. She was hooked on exploring her creative side, on sharing beautiful music with roomfuls of people. But the curtain came down. Luckily for her the creative arts are one of those fields where networks are easily established, and if a gig opens anywhere in the region it won’t take long before a budding singer learns about it. “I had never even heard of an open mic. I went to one at the pub in Ashton.” Then it was J.R.’s in Almonte. She does Swampfest in Kinburn. She plays her acoustic guitar and sings Saturday afternoons under the gazebo at Penny’s Fudge Factory, within walking distance of her home. She’s in a band: Running

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Lisa Kopil never really saw herself as a creative person. She said pre-40’s self never would have believed she could be a lead singer in two bands and grow a successful jewelry-making business on the side. Naked. She’s in another band: Aim 2 Please. The former is geared toward dancing; the latter is bluesier.

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“If you’d have told me when I was 40 I would be doing all this, I never would have believed it,” said Kopil, whose sound resembles Melissa Etheridge’s. She said music is all about passion. If you have the basics down, the audience will respond to your level of commitment to the song. “It’s all about expressing something in you that’s different than somebody else,” she said. “If you have a passion for something and you do it, you can do more than you think.” She’s amazed at how her voice has grown through practice, well beyond anything she expected. Her favourite song to perform? Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive. JEWELRY MAKER

Obviously the music thing wasn’t enough. Kopil had to get into jewelry-making at

about the same time. Again it was at the insistence of friends who commented on the lovely piece she wore around her neck following a day-long Reiki session with her sister in Wakefield. She explains that different crystals have different “energy” sources. And that if you chose wisely, the right one will bring “clarity” to your life. “It helps unblock you,” she said. It’ll either heal or foster creativity or any number of effects. While she understands the skeptics roll their eyes, Kopil insists that it doesn’t matter if the cause is from the gemstones or from your own psychological state. What matters is that you are growing in a positive direction. “It doesn’t matter if it comes from the stone or yourself, as long as you feel better.” She started selling to friends, then in gift shops in Dunrobin, Constance Bay,

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and Arnprior. Seven hundred pieces later, she’s a bona fide success. Now she’s into teaching both music and jewelry making. “You think it’s other people holding you back because you are afraid they will judge you. But it’s not. It’s you who is holding you back.” Perhaps most remarkable of all is that Kopil never believed she was a creative person. She is organized as only a mother of three (Will, 13, Jon, 11, and Abby, 10, all at Stonecrest Elementary School) can be. She has a mind for business. So it comes as a pleasant surprise that this other side of her was there all along. Does she regret the lost years? “I don’t have any time for regrets,” she said, laughing. Aim 2 Please plays this Friday, June 22, from 6:45 to 9:30 p.m. at the legion in Constance Bay.

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This dapper gentlemen was found abandoned in a locked cat carrier in the countryside even his name was marked on the carrier... we kept it. He could have been torn into pieces by a fisher... We were lucky to find him. Approximately three years young and he was also declawed. He is trying so hard to be adopted.. Every time some one comes he makes every effort to touch them with his paw, give head butts and glues himself to them.... Yes! they notice him but then another feline gets into the picture and steals them away from him. Last two times he had even packed his belongings... Maybe the 3rd. time will be the lucky charm ! He is so sweet, attentive and affectionate not to mention handsome; who gets him will be so lucky to be loved by him.... Maybe he is waiting for you!

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Dunrobin woman develops foot friendly flip flops theresa.fritz@metroland.com

EMC lifestyle - Love them or hate them, the flip flop is one of the most popular pieces of footwear out there. And the variations of the flat-soled sandal with a Vshaped toe strap are endless. Marcie Weber knows a thing or two about flip flops and she estimates she has purchased at least 100 pairs in her lifetime. But they never lasted or fit the way she wanted. So, the Dunrobin resident decided to create a collection of flip flops that are fashionable, longer lasting, more comfortable and offer more foot support than their traditional counterpart. “My biggest issue was comfort,” she says. “And the standard flip flop is not that good for you. There is no arch support.” Weber began wondering why someone hadn’t come up with a flip flop “that is pretty and comfortable.” So she did, and her line of designer flip flops called Love Beach was born. “The vision was to bring the flip flop into the 20th century,” she says, noting flip flops are big business – selling approximately 20 million pairs in Canada and 200 million in the United States last year. After spending years in the high tech industry, Weber decided to take a break. She was not only ready for a professional change but the challenge of trying to create the perfect flip flop. Researching styles and brands, she began searching for a designer that could bring her vision to life. She found

one, who has worked on major athletic brand shoes, in Toronto. He came up with a flip flop that has a triple layered sole, arch support and a gel cushion for heel support. The toe strap is made of plastic and hugs the foot while holding its shape. There is also traction control on the bottom with an anti-slip sole. The entire patent pending design “has some of the traits of a performance shoe.”

“We were looking for something that was fun, functional and foot friendly.” Marcie Weber

Factor in bright vibrant colours and gold-plated pendants for the toe strap, and the shoes are ready to go from the beach to the dining room without missing a beat. Market testing generated positive feedback which Weber took as a sign she had hit her mark. “It felt more like a shoe than a flip flop,” was a common comment received during market testing. Other comments indicated the hugging fit of the shoe and comfort meant consumers would likely wear them longer. “This should last longer than your average flip flop,” Weber says. “And these will be better for your feet.” The shoes are water resistant and clean easily with soap and water.

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“We were looking for something that was fun, functional and foot friendly,” Weber says of the Love Beach line. “You can dress them up with your sundress or wear them to the beach.” The product line, Love Beach, is named for a beach she discovered with her husband in the Bahamas. “This is definitely our flagship item,” she says of the traditional flip flop, but she adds a wedge is in the works as is a tween line. “It is such an easy fashion item…there was a pent up demand for something like this,” Weber states. “We are, frankly, delighted with the response.” And what’s not to love about flip flops that bear names like Love Bubble Lollipop, Love Bubble Mint, Peacock Sunrise, Peacock Turquoise (Weber’s favourite), Summer Floral Midnight and Summer Floral Pure White? Toe strap pendant designs include a daisy, summer flower and peacock, with others in the works. The flip flops have caught on quickly and are currently in 60 retail outlets in the United States in Canada. And the CAA (Canadian Automobile Association) has “ordered a bunch for destination wedding packages.” Locally, the flip flops are available at Artswear and Fraser’s Clothes Shop in Pembroke, Carleton Place IDA Drug Mart and Graham’s Shoes in Carleton Place, Stittsville IDA Drugmart, Fraser’s Clothes Shop in Renfrew and Just Casual in Almonte. They can also be purchased online through lovebeachstyle. com. They retail for $40.

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Local events and happenings over the coming weeks — free to non-profit organizations Fax: 613-224-3330, E-mail: news@yourkanata.com

• June 28:

The deadline for all community event submissions is Friday noon.

The Kanata and District Breast Cancer Support Group will hold its next meeting at the Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Dr., Hall D, starting at 7 p.m. For more information, call 613-592-4793.

• June 30:

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The Bridlewood Community Association will hold its annual member and volunteer appreciation barbecue from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Eva James Memorial Community Centre. For info: www.bridlewood.ca. Rock the Arts and First Fret Music School will host a CD launch party and puppet show for Welcome to Creatureville at 10 a.m. at the Gaia Java Coffee Company Inc. store located at 1300 Stittsville Main St. For info: www.rockthearts.ca or email rockinthearts@gmail. com.

• July 1:

Come celebrate Canada Day in

Kanata at Walter Baker Park. Organized by volunteers, it features a stage with entertainment all day; children’s play area with face-painting, crafts, bouncy castles, a food court, exhibits, entertainers, including Crash the Clown and the Suburban Monkeys, a mechanical bull, a midway and more. For info: www.canadadayinkanata. com. Head out to Earl of March Secondary School, 4 The Parkway, to cheer on runners in the 26th annual Canada Day Road Races. The final opportunity to register for any race is Saturday, June 30, from noon to 6 p.m. at the Bushtukah store, 5607 Hazeldean Rd. For info: http://www.runottawaclub.ca/ events/calendar/28th-annualcanada-day-road-races/. Celebrate Canada Day away from the crowds and on the banks of the Ottawa River at Pinhey’s Point Historic Site, 270 Pinhey’s Point Rd., Dunrobin. The Dominion Day event will run from 10 a.m. to

4 p.m. with live musical entertainment, Victorian games, including graces and hoops, and arts and crafts. Admission to the event is free and on-site parking is available. For info: 613-832-4347 or www.ottawa. ca/museums.

• July 3:

Registration for the Strokes for Emilie Inspirational Golf Classic ends July 3. The event, which raises money for Cystic Fibrosis Canada and the Emilie Joinette scholarship award, will be held on July 13 at the Canadian Golf and Country Club starting at 10 a.m. Cost is $125 a person and includes lunch, golf, cart and dinner. For info: www.canadiangolfclub. com/communityinvolvement.

• July 4:

Kiwanis-Kanata Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron golf tournament, Cedarhill Golf and Country Club, 56 Cedarhill Dr., Ottawa, tee-off time is 11:30 a.m. Cost is $125 per person, includes golf, cart, dinner and auction. The event will feature door prizes and a raffle.

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Join us at Chartwell Kanata Retirement Residence from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for a delicious chicken barbecue in support of the Canadian Diabetes Association. Enjoy a tasty meal in exchange for a small donation to this worthy cause. Our address is 20 Shirley’s Brook Dr. Please RSVP to Caitlin at 613-591-8939.

• July 6:

Enjoy a night out at the first annual Casino Royal in support of the CHEO Foundation and the Julianne Courneya Trust Fund. Tickets are $30 and include two drinks, appetizers, $200 casino dollars

and the chance to win prizes. The event starts at 7 p.m. at the Brookstreet Hotel, 525 Legget Dr. For info: www.cheocasino. com.

• July 17:

Come out from 2-4 p.m. for a Mad Hatter Tea Party! Don’t be late, for a very important date! Join us at Empress Kanata (170 McGibbon Dr.) for an Alice in Wonderland inspired tea and games in our main dining room. Please wear a fabulous hat and bring your friends. Seats are limited; call Lindsay at 613-271-0034 to reserve your spot.

• July 24:

Come out from 2-4 p.m. for a TanJay & Alia Fashion Show and Trunk Sale. Come see the latest fashions in a wonderful fashion show at Empress Kanata (170 McGibbon Dr.). Also bring your wallet because they will be selling some of their clothing at their trunk sale. The Fashion Show will begin at 3 p.m. with time to shop before and after. Seats are limited; call Lindsay at 613271-0034 to reserve your spot.

• July 26:

Come out from 4:30-6:30 p.m. for Cooking for a Cause at the Empress Kanata (170 McGibbon Dr.) for an evening of fun, food and education. This evening will give you the opportunity to learn a delicious new diabetic friendly recipe along with some helpful tips from the Canadian Diabetes Association. Dinner is included with a donation to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Space is limited call today to sign up at 613-271-0034.

• Ongoing:

The Ottawa English Country Dance Club has now ended its

weekly dances at the Mlacak Centre in Kanata for the summer. We will resume in September. Please see our web page for further details: www. ottawaenglishdance.org or telephone Brenda at: 613-8390055. Volunteers needed: On July 1, the Bushtukah Canada Day Race will be held at Earl of March Secondary School, 4 The Parkway, with all proceeds going to the Kanata Food Cupboard. At this time, it is estimated that 26 volunteers will be needed to assist. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to volunteer@ kanatafoodcupboard.ca. The Kanata Seniors Council is looking for someone to do the laundry for the Council Cafe either once or twice a week. Items would include aprons, tea towels etc. A monthly honorarium is offered. Please contact either Liz Tucker at tuckere@bell.net or Kay Dubie at ked.dubie@sympatico.ca. The Kanata United Church is collecting used books for their book sale next February. Proceeds go to charity programs, including the Kanata Food Cupboard. Our 24-hour drop box is located at the church entrance at 33 Leacock Dr. Please, no magazines, encyclopedias or text books. For info, call 592-5834. Friends of Hospice Ottawa is looking for special event volunteers to support the various special events and activities it holds throughout the year to raise funds for the programs and services provided for the Ottawa west community. Experience in special events and marketing is an asset but not required. Anyone interested in joining the special event volunteer team can contact Ruth Cameron at foho@rogers.com.

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