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What’s cooking? City health inspections provide peek inside local kitchens NEVIL HUNT email@example.com
City restaurant inspections have been online for more than a year now, providing a good snapshot of food safety trends in West Carleton. The city’s website lists 73 food vendors in the ward of West Carleton-March. When convenience stores, schools, arenas and community centres are removed from the list, 36 commercial eating establishments remain. They vary from chip wagons to fine dining. A review of the inspections for those 36 eateries show the city has carried out 163 inspections since April 15, 2009, when the reports went online. The numbers show some problems and some good news too: • 107 inspections came back with no issues,
• 40 critical issues were found, • 107 non-critical issues were found, • 11 establishments get top marks, with no issues identified after multiple inspections. Potential critical issues include: • hazardous foods – such as poultry, meat, fish and shellfish – are not cooked to the proper internal temperature required to kill potentially harmful bacteria, such as hamburger disease and salmonella, • the same types of hazardous foods are not refrigerated or frozen enough to stop the growth of harmful bacteria, • ready-to-eat foods contaminated by being in contact with raw foods, chemicals or pesticides, • a potential for food contamination due to insect or rodent infestation. See ‘SUCCESS’ page 2
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WATERMELON IN THE RAIN A juicy watermelon chases away that rainy-day feeling at Acorn Creek Farms on Monday morning. Adam Moller at Melonfest fills his mouth with seeds before the seed-spitting contest that was well attended. See more photos on page 14.
Seniors get more options to live at home Added funding should reduce demand on hospitals NEVIL HUNT firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynn Bilson looks frail and moves slowly. With each step she makes sure her four-footed cane lands squarely before she continues. But Bilson doesn’t feel sorry for herself.
If anything, she’s happy to be moving so well. Bilson was in hospital not long ago, and soon after became a client of the Going Home program, which helps the frailest of the frail with day-to-day activities after they are released from the hospital. “I appreciated all the help I got with transportation, meals on wheels and basic house cleaning,” Bilson said during the Aug. 31 announcement of more provincial
funding for Going Home. She added that the assistance around her house helped speed her recovery: “It certainly made a difference for me,” Bilson said. The province will spend $1.1 billion over the next four years on a strategy to help seniors live in their own homes. The local Going Home program operates across the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), which covers most of eastern Ontario. The network will receive more than $27 million this
year to provide health services to seniors at home. A successful fall-prevention program will also be beefed up in an effort to reduce injuries that tax the hospital system and may lead to seniors being forced to move from their homes to long-term care. Seniors who decide to stay in their homes – instead of moving to institutions – get the personal satisfaction that comes from independence. See ‘FALLS’ page 3
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Jen Nielsen offers up an ice cream cone outside Twisty Cream in Carp. The ice cream shop was one of 11 commercial eating establishments in West Carleton-March ward that received top marks, with no issues identified after multiple city health inspections.
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NON-CRITICAL These are infractions that impact on the overall sanitary condition of the food establishment, but do not directly contribute to foodborne illness. Examples include: • cleaning and maintaining food preparation equipment is impeded by either their design or how they are arranged in the kitchen, • food handlers are not wearing clean aprons and/ or hair restraints, • lack of approved testing methods to measure the
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ities separate from the food preparation sink(s), proper use and storage of serving utensils, and the temperature of dishwashing water. SUCCESS STORIES Among the most immaculate establishments inspectors visited in the ward is Loch March Golf Club. Four inspections between May 2009 and last month showed the food operation is meeting all regulations.
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Most critical issues in West Carleton-March related to the storage of food at unsafe temperatures or left open to contamination. Some other critical issues arose from raw and cooked food stored where there could be cross-contamination. Critical infractions that pose an immediate risk of foodborne illness must be corrected right away. Eateries in West Carleton-March that had a critical issue fixed the issue immediately, making the inspector’s final option – closure of the kitchen – unnecessary since the reports went online more than 16 months ago.
“The staff spend a lot of time cleaning,” said Loch March food and beverage manager Vic Bode. “We have very conscientious individuals doing good work on a daily basis.” Bode said the club’s owner invests in training – in the kitchen and out. That includes health and safety training as well as first aid and CPR courses for all staff. “People take pride in their work,” Bode said. Twisty Cream, an ice cream take-out in the village of Carp, also scored top marks during the past three inspections. “It’s a co-operative thing,” said Gary LeBlanc, who owns the shop with his wife Sallie. He also gave credit to the previous owners, Helen and Roy Hood. LeBlanc said that when the Hoods sold them the shop, they provided training that emphasized cleanliness. One key may be a checklist the staff uses to make sure all tasks are completed. “(The employees) know what needs to be done,” he said. Inspection results from across the city can be found on the city website at ottawa.ca/health and then clicking the link for “Restaurant inspections.” The advanced search allows searches by ward.
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Lynn Bilson uses a cane to get around, but credits her post-hospital care for speeding up her recovery from an operation. Bilson received help from Coming Home, a local program that assists seniors with chores after a hospital stay.
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The province and its taxpayers benefit too, with fewer emergency room visits thanks to the fallprevention program, and shorter hospital stays because of Going Home. “We provide seniors with choices to stay in their own home and in their own community,” said LHIN senior director of planning Chantale LeClerc during the funding announcement at the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre in Kanata. LeClerc said the current Going Home and fall-prevention programs decrease visits to emergency rooms and – if an injury does occur – gets the patient home sooner. “(Going Home) helps with the basics: shopping, meals, transportation and maintenance at home,” LeClerc said. Going Home assisted 1,200 clients in 2009, which saved an estimated 1,200 days of hospital care while making hundreds of potential return emergency room visits unnecessary. LeClerc estimated Going Home may serve as many as 1,800 people this year across the LHIN’s area. For information on Going Home, call 1-877-818-0884.
region. The goal is to reduce the risk of falls for seniors who choose to live in their own home. “Falls are the leading cause of injury in seniors,” said co-ordinator Trish Brown, adding that falls cost the Ontario healthcare system $4.4 billion annually. “A hip fracture costs the system $33,000 plus the extra care in the community and the cost to the individual and their family.” Brown said falls are not an inevitable part of aging, and with the oncoming and rapid rise in the number of seniors, prevention is increasingly valuable. “We need to get the message out now,” she said. The fall-prevention program assesses each senior in their home and identifies risks. Return visits and one-on-one education are also provided. In the case of client Catherine Allan, a senior who attended the funding announcement, the individual care has helped with her balance. “One of the issues we identified was that exercise options for frail seniors are very limited,” Brown said. Allan received an individual exercise program and has since shown measurable improvement in her balance. Brown said Allan has since become a vocal advocate for the fall-prevention program, telling her friends about the positive outcome. The program has received 110 referrals since it began in 2009, and seniors can refer themselves for assistance. For information on fall-prevention, call 613-820-4922.
Council approved a plan to have staff work from home wherever possible on Aug. 24. The motion was brought forward by River Coun. Maria McRae. Kanata-North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson added a friendly amendment to tie the recommendation to the city’s information technology committee. “I think we should have a five-year-technology road map in place to look at what kind of technology we need to put this plan into place,” Wilkinson said. Studies have found teleworking up to a few days a week can increase an employee’s productivity and reduce overtime and other related costs, McRae’s motion says. Deputy city manager Steve Kanellakos said the city is reviewing its units to see where teleworking might be feasible. In most areas, “this is not going to be a possible solution,” but there are some where it may make strategic sense, he said. Gloucester-South Nepean Coun. Steve Desroches Coun. said that initiatives like this were crucial to solve the traffic problems downtown. “I think we not only have to look at transit solutions, but also modify our behaviours to keep people from commuting into the downtown,” he said. West Carleton March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry cautioned that council should be cognizant of the
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Travellers love their Quyon ferry Boats link economies, culture and tourism NEVIL HUNT email@example.com
The Ottawa River once provided thousands of jobs. Log drivers and roughriders, fur trappers and ice harvesters. Today it’s a route for pleasure boaters, a quiet spot for fishers, and a seasonal job for a handful of people who pilot ferries. On a sparkling Friday morning, only one of two ferries is needed to meet demand on the Fitzroy Harbour-Quyon route. The West Carleton Review plied the waves – OK, calm waters – on Aug. 27 aboard The McColgan to see who uses the community’s single link to Quebec. The answer: a diverse group that includes commuters, daytrippers and lots of cottagers. Come Friday and Saturday nights, that changes, as dozens of West Carleton’s young folks head to bars that offer a lower drinking age than the Ontario Photos by Nevil Hunt side. Sharon Hughes and her chihuahua Pepito head for a cottage in Quebec aboard the Quyon ferry. Unlike driving via a bridge, “I was born and raised on this ferry,” says Mel Cross, who is exHughes says the trip by water ‘gets you in the mood for the cottage.’ aggerating just a little. Born, no. Raised, yes. “Not unless it’s against a ca- Owen Teevens, a relative rookie Cross lives in Kinburn and the who’s working just his second bed of his pickup truck contains noe,” he says. McKenny is about midway summer on the river. Teevens a few boxes of fresh Ontario corn for his relatives, whom he visits through a 10-hour shift that be- slides the gate open and closed at each dock, uses a heavy chain to a few times a year. In winter he gan at 5:30 a.m. “It was beautiful out,” McK- tie off and helps McKenny direct uses the bridge at Portage. In days of yore, Cross made enny says of the early morning, cars into tight spots. “I’ve seen a few little scrapes plenty of crossings on the Quyon adding the boat’s lights stay on until after 6 a.m., when there’s and dings,” McKenny says when ferry. “My father and mother were finally enough sunlight to make asked about cars that don’t follow directions too well. raised in Gatineau,” he says, the trip with them turned off. Both men whip around to place As he approaches each dock, a adding he’s always preferred to deft spin of the wooden blocks under each car’s sail the Ottawa wheel and cut wheels before pushing off. The instead of drive off of power time spent at the docks – loading across: “I can’t sees the Mc- and unloading – is down time. stand traffic,” he Colgan turn It’s the crossing that brings in says. I was born and money, so promptness pays. in the nick of After six minMcKenny and Teevens see a time and come utes and 15 secraised on this ferry. to a soft rest somewhat predictable flow of onds, the conwith one side travellers. Early weekday mornversation comes against the car ings bring some commuters. to an abrupt They buy tickets good for the halt as the boat’s • Mel Cross ramp. While there whole week that lowers the cost captain, Harold are discussions of each one-way crossing to $4. McKenny spins about a four- (the regular price is $7.50). the ship’s wheel Daytime is for daytrippers season ferry to and docks gently ply the route and, on Fridays, people headed against the Quebetween Quyon and West Car- to cottages in Quebec. There’s Harold McKenny at the wheel of the McColgan, one of the two ferries bec-side ramp. If Cross has ridden the ferry leton someday, the current ships an afternoon rush hour, and in- that ply the Ottawa River between Quyon and the Ontario dock near many times, you can bet master – there are two which run at the creased demand when there’s Fitzroy Harbour. engineer McKenny has done the same time when demand is heavy an event on either side of river: driving for him on a good chunk – can’t break the ice in winter. fairs, music festivals and such. “The Shawville Fair will be of those trips. Lean and lanky, The season is April to Novemand a whiz with the ship’s wheel, ber, leaving McKenny and other busy next weekend,” McKenny laws and live music on Fridays before Gavan’s closing time to McKenny is in his 19th season on ferry staff with four months off. predicts. and Saturdays at Gavan’s Ho- get the last return ferry run at The occasional weekend eve- tel barroom, a five-minute walk 1:30 a.m. or run the risk a very McKenny said he picks up some the ferry. ning shift brings a different from the Quyon dock. He admits the ship’s four-cyl- hours snowplowing. long drive by bridge. If McKenny is the Skipper, crowd. Quyon beckons Ontario’s inder diesel engine won’t win To make it home, Saturdayhis Gilligan today is deck hand youth with 18-year-old drinking night revelers have to leave well many races. See ‘RUSH HOUR’ page 5
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With Quyon in the background, the Quyon ferry prepares to dock on the Ontario side of the Ottawa River, near Fitzroy Harbour. The ferries – there are two of them – take about six minutes to complete each crossing, providing the only west-Ottawa link between the provinces. Many use the boat to reach cottages in Quebec without the need to fight traffic on city bridges while other commute to work.
Rush hour without the rush Continued from page 4 McKenny says working weekend nights loses its appeal with time. “When I was young it was fun,” he says. “Not quite so much now I’m older.” As might be expected when a job is repetitive, McKenny and Teevens appear to operate on autopilot as they get the job done, but it also brings out the people-person in them. Both chat with anyone who wants to gab, and both wish drivers a good trip as they disembark. It’s a little after 10 a.m. and Jerry Dolan is heading to Quebec’s Otter Lake to visit a friend. The Barrhaven man says he had a choice of routes and picked the ferry over the bridges in Ottawa or near Renfrew. He says he used to live on Stonecrest Road in West Carleton years ago, but may not have been aboard the ferry since the 1980s. “It’s a nice drive up; a lot nicer than the other ways,” Dolan says, adding the fare is a surprise. “The price is higher than I thought.” Despite the cost, Dolan said he’d likely travel home on the ferry. “If I come back in rush hour,” he says, “I’m definitely not going through Ottawa.” Between 10 a.m. and
noon, the ferry carries as many as five cars on a trip. On one crossing it goes empty, heading south to pick up a car that’s waiting on the Ontario side. The McColgan can carry seven cars – eight if they’re very small. It’s almost 10:30 a.m. when Sharon Hughes brings aboard some interesting cargo for the trip to Quyon. In her back seat is Pepito, a chihuahua, and a palm tree. The dog is real, but the palm tree is made of cardboard. “We’re actually going to a 50th birthday party,” Hughes says, adding that the palm is a prop. The destination is her brother’s cottage. She lives in Kanata but used to reside in Dunrobin and makes the ferry trip about once a month, calling a way to unwind. “It’s pretty,” Hughes says of the crossing. “It’s the fastest way to get there and it gets you in the mood for the cottage.” Another of Quebec’s many cottages is the draw for Pat and Suzanne Durkin, who know the ferry
staff by name. They’ve taken the ferry on just about every summer weekend for the past 20 years. Pat says the ferry isn’t any faster than going by bridge “but you get a break when you’re cruising across the river.” Pat looks to be in his 60s and says he’s been a ferry customer since he was a teenager, when he worked on a farm near Bristol, about 20 kilometres west of Quyon. It’s Friday noon, and another sunny weekend at the cottage awaits the Durkins. McKenny spins the ship’s wheel again, the same as he’s done so many times before. The boat comes to a rest against the ramp without any noticeable thump. Teevens slides the gate open and ties off. Again. Cars engines start up and McKenny gives directions and a farewell. “Back, back, back. Good,” he says, and the car starts up the ramp. “Take care now.” For directions to the ferry and hours of operation, visit www.quyonferry.com.
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The devastating consequences of drinking and driving can last a lifetime. Ask Callum Scott as he lovingly placed a hand-made cross alongside old Highway 17 near Antrim Saturday marking the 50th anniversary of the death of his mother. Scott was only four years old when Eileen Mabel Scott (nee Steele) of Renfrew was killed Sept. 4, 1960 in an horrific headon crash on the highway between Antrim and the Mississippi River bridge. Eileen Scott died at the age of 28, leaving her husband, Walter, a widower, and three children – Janice, Callum and Robert – without a mother. According to news reports of the incident, police determined the collision, which also killed three people in the other car, was the result of drinking and driving. Walter and Eileen Scott were returning with best friends Tom and Fern McDowell, also of Renfrew, from a Labour Day weekend Ottawa Roughriders football game. They had just passed by Antrim about 11 p.m. when a vehicle coming toward them from a party in Rhoddy’s Bay pulled out to pass a line of cars. Eileen Scott, who was sitting in the front passenger seat took the brunt of the collision and died on the scene. “I lost my beautiful and most talented mother, forever,” said Callum. “Families were shattered, hearts broken, hopes and dreams perished.” He noted the family was only two days away from moving from their house at 305 Lochiel St. to a newly completed home, which his mother helped design, on Stevenson Crescent.
Scott was raised in Renfrew and worked for a time at Gillies Lumber in Braeside. He has been thinking about commemorating the 50th anniversary of his mother’s death for many years, especially after he returned to Renfrew to live. As the day grew near, he crafted a cross with a photograph of his parents and another of his mother playing a violin to place on the spot where she died. “So on this solemn day of remembrance, as I reflect on what happened to my family on this stretch of Highway 17 so many years ago, (with this cross I say) ‘I love you mom’ and I will remember you as you are in my thoughts each and every day,” he said. Scott advises everyone who reads the story to give his or her mother a big hug and tell her “I love you mom,” because she too will someday be gone forever. “I did not have that opportunity (because of drinking and driving),” he said. “Drinking and driving are a deadly duo where there are no winners. The message is simple: If you drink, don’t drive.”
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Is it too little, too late for Premier Dalton McGuinty and his Liberal government? No doubt the plan announced Labour Day to introduce a Children’s Activity Tax Credit this fall is a good one. Any time taxpayers get a bit of their hard earned dollars back, it can’t be bad. But will voters reward the Liberals again come autumn 2011? The credit would mean, annually, up to $50 per child under 16, and as much as $100 for disabled kids under 18. McGuinty said the tax break is meant to “defray” the cost of activities such as hockey and soccer, along with art, dance, language training and others. Sound familiar? The tax credit is similar to the popular one introduced by the federal Conservative government. Too bad governments don’t figure out that not taking workers’ money in the first place is the best program of all. That aside, when it comes to the province’s plan, parents who spend $500 on activities for their child would receive a refund of $50 when they do their taxes next spring. Peanuts, anyone? Hockey registration alone far exceeds $500. Hydro bills are skyrocketing; gasoline is expected to reach $2 a litre in 2012; governments at all levels continue to raise taxes by more than the inflation rate; salaries have remained stagnant since the last recession; and it goes on and on. No wonder McGuinty opted to play up the health benefits of his proposed credit, and downplay the monetary rewards. “(Parents) want to do right by their kids. They want to make sure they have all the opportunities they need to grow up strong and secure and to become happy,” he said at a Toronto YMCA. “This is one way we can help put those kids on that path while at the same time recognizing it’s a real challenge for parents to make ends meet today.” From the health care “fee” to the HST, teflon Dalton has spent seven years taking more and more taxpayers’ dollars. We are fine with governments needing more money, but only after they have proven that all fat is trimmed from the public sector. That is far from the case in Ontario. Too little, too late? Voters will decide.
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To the editor: Campaign issues are really few and far between in West Carleton. Aside from the roads/transportation for the residents, garbage is the only totally encompassing issue for all property or business owners. Unfortunately businesses are left to pay for the removal of their garbage and, therefore, take the least expensive route in hiring a firm that usually drops off a bin and takes all garbage at one time economically for their customers. The city of Ottawa does a good job of getting the garbage picked up at the curb, but relies on the citizens to separate recyclables and organic material into different bins and sends up to three trucks per week to pick up the separate parts of your houseLETTER TO THE EDITOR hold waste. Although the city is able to direct up to 42 per cent of household waste from the landfill, it is quite expensive in equipment and manpower, not to mention the carbon footprint. A few weeks ago, Mr. Wallace To the editor: asked for higher costs, and never deand Mr. French took me on a tour manded that we pay ridiculous prices of the Carp dump. An eyesore A few comments based on last week’s for renewables. However the Liberal edition of the West Carleton Review. government will probably get their way from Highway 417 for sure, but that is due to the elevation more In a story on solar panels, which are in reducing our consumption, as many than anything else. Once you springing up in our area, MPP Randy people faced with a 50 per cent hike on get to the top of the dump, the Hillier mentioned that: “We still don’t hydro bills will opt to sit in the dark. perspective change to (what a know how we are going to pay for this.” Again quite a thing, when our next He was referring to the fact that Ontario door neighbour, Quebec, has all the pow- great view of the surrounding plans to pay 80 cents a kilowatt hour for er we would ever need, for sale, cheaply. area). Possible uses of the dump if closed are a ski hill or viewing power produced from these panels, and It was obvious from Adele Muldoon’s platform/picnic area. Canada then sell it to us for about seven cents a comments that she and Coun. El-Chanday fireworks would make this a kilowatt hour. tiry differ on ParaTranspo fares. It is must visit at least once in your Obviously, this is quite the business also obvious that she is deeply commitlife. Waste Management owns the plan the Liberals have got going. The ted to this issue. 300-plus acres the dump sits on short answer as to who pays, you and me. However, because someone disagrees and has plans to use more than We have recently seen our hydro bills with you is hardly an excuse for implyjump by 25 per cent and a further 25 per ing that our councillor doesn’t care about the 100 acres that the dump uses right now. The company is accent is coming. There are many factors the health of our seniors. complishing two amazing feats: for increased costs and it is not all due to Coun. El-Chantiry’s record of help1) Making money and hiring the horrendous costs of solar and wind, ing people in this Ward, both young and employees to get rid of the comas they account for less than five per cent old, is well-known and has gone on for mercial garbage for the city’s of our total power and will never amount decades, and her comments are unwarbusinesses. to much. ranted. Contrary to what the Liberals claim, See ‘A SOUND’ page 9 the majority of Ontario residents never See ‘REMOVE’ page 9
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2) Take in the garbage and deal with the problems in an environmentally sound manner including water and odour/gas problems. The odours that used to blanket the surrounding areas are for the most part gone due to Waste Management spending lots of private money collecting the gasses and burning them in five large cat generators producing 6.4 megawatts of power. It is true that the dump
is in view for all to see, but from what I saw, Waste Management has done and is going to continue to make money, hire people and take Ottawa’s commercial garbage in a very responsible way and I would hope that they get the necessary permits to continue. As a private company, Waste Management pays property taxes and costs the taxpayers nothing for their service (businesses aside). James Parsons Ward 5 council candidate
Remove de-amalgamation signs Continued from 9 Someone will have to pick up the costs if fares drop, and that would be the taxpayer. Coun. El-Chantiry would have no reason to make up the possible tax costs and it certainly wouldn’t be a few dollars that Mrs. Muldoon refers to. In any event, we should be asked rather than just have it tacked on our bill. Simple economics would tell you that if you lower the cost, usage would go up, which would then increase costs overall. I would have to assume that people living out here used to drive, and for one reason or another can’t anymore. It may sound a little harsh, but the costs saved from no longer having to pay for car insurance, gas and maintenance would more than cover dozens of trips to the doctor each year. City budgets are gone over line by line by the various committees in order to find savings, which was done in last year’s
budgets. Candidate Aronec proposal to go over the budget line by line offers nothing new. Finally, we are rapidly approaching the time when candidates signs will dot our region and then after the election will disappear. Perhaps the Carleton County organization might consider doing the same with their signs. Their dream of de-amalgamation is never going to happen. They’ve admitted as much, so the signs should go. This organization has long made a case as to how they cared for the land, and they were the ones who were out to protect it. You would think then, that they would be interested in getting rid of the visual pollution that dots our countryside, particularly since it no longer serves the purpose that it was originally intended. If they really believe what they say, the signs will come down. Jeff Spooner Kinburn
Council gets mixed reviews A not-for-profit environmental organization announced the 2010 Council Watch Report Card at an event at City Hall on Sept. 7 and West Carleton-March’s councillor didn’t fare well. While six councillors scored in the A range from Ecology Ottawa, and a further five scored in the B range, a majority (13 of 24) received a grade of C+ or lower over their four years in office. Among them, Mayor Larry O’Brien received a C- in the 2010 report, but a D over his four years in office. West Carleton-March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry received a C- for 2010, and averaged a D over the term of council. “We want council to know that we are watching as it relates to the environment and when they do well we will applaud and when
they don’t, it will be noticed,” said Ian Thomson, a member of Ecology Ottawa’s steering committee and the co-ordinator of the 2010 report. FIFTH REPORT This is the fifth time that Ecology Ottawa has released a report card documenting the environmental performance of city council. Council members’ grades were based on how they voted on 17 key decisions made at city council between November 2009 and June 2010. Ecology Ottawa allows that this system of grading is not rigorously scientific and does not capture every element of a councillor’s performance at city hall. For more information, visit www.ecologyottawa.ca
To the editor: I have conducted a high level review of the results of the last (2006) municipal election in Ottawa. When I focused on the 23 wards in Ottawa, several interesting facts showed up. First, voter apathy was readily apparent. I don’t know if it was the weather, the Incumbency factor or just ‘who cares’ but the turnout across the city was miserable. The four western wards had the highest percentage turnouts with ward 6 at 64 per cent; ward 6 at 62 and wards 4 and 23 each at 61. Conversely, four wards had a less than 50 per cent turnout and an additional two wards had exactly 50. City wide, the average turnout was 54. This was a mediocre result to say the least. Next, if we look at the results on a ward by ward basis we find
another interesting statistic. In none of the 23 wards did the winning candidate get near, let alone over 50 per cent of the available vote. We live in a democracy, and as such, accept that the candidate with the most votes cast will win. Reviewing the results based on this criteria showed that of the 23 wards, there was six where the candidate was elected with less than 50 per cent of the popular vote and one additional ward where the winner got 50.5. In 2007, the city did a report which in part stated: “68 candidates ran for 23 councillor seats, including 19 incumbents running for re-election … all 19 incumbents were re-elected.” This report looks back at a similar one from the 2003. This is just one of the reasons I am running and have already committed to push for term limits and
will hold to those personally even if the new council does not adopt my motion to that effect. The last term of council has been strongly criticized in the media as being ineffective, divisive, for showing up at the opening of a door if a camera is present and so on. However if you feel, they are the representatives that were elected by the majority of those who did vote. In the next several weeks, you will have the opportunity to determine the municipal landscape of the city of Ottawa for the next four years. Please take some time, get to know what each candidate offers and vote for those who you think will serve you best. Let’s see if ward 5 can have the highest percentage turn out this vote! Alexander Aronec Ward 5 candidate
Public Vehicle/Equipment Auction Saturday, September 18, 2010, 9:00 a.m. Civic #2250, County Road 31, Winchester, ON 613-774-7000 or 1-800-567-1797 More than 300 vehicles and equipment from Federal Government and others Primary list at: www.rideauauctions.com
Cars: 10 SX4, 3 kms; 07 Camry, 55 kms; 07 Focus, 46 kms; 06 Cobalt, 46 kms; 06 Impala, 120 kms; 06 6, 105 kms; 06 Accord, 177 kms; 06 Fusion, 57 kms; 05 Accord, 85 kms; (2) 05 Focus, 38-121 kms; 05 Gr Am, 116 kms; 04 Sentra, 150 kms; 04 Jetta, 166 kms; 04 Altima, 96 kms; 04 Intrepid, 247 kms; 04 Lancer, 161 kms; 04 Sebring, 145 kms; 04 RX8, 90 kms; 04 Sunﬁre, 96 kms; 04 Aerio, 126 kms; 03 Neon, 114 kms; 03 Passat, 169 kms; 03 Altima, 68 kms; 03 Protégé, 92 kms; 03 Ion, 118 kms; 03 Elantra, 182 kms; 03 Saturn, 245 kms; 03 Sunﬁre, 168 kms; 02 Gr Prix, 70 kms; 02 Sonata, 166 kms; 02 V40, 146 kms; (2) 02 Protégé, 138-186 kms; (2) 02 Civic, 195213 kms; 02 Gr Prix, 132 kms; (2) 01 Saturn, 101-135 kms; 01 Sebring, 139 kms; 01 Echo, 178 kms; 01 Malibu, 157 kms; 01 Cavalier, 153 kms; 01 Tiburon, 301 kms; 00 Taurus, 173 kms; 00 Protégé, 178 kms; 00 Saturn, 212 kms; 00 Corolla, 182 kms; 00 Malibu, 170 kms; 00 Focus, 188 kms; 00 Century, 145 kms; 99 Century, 167 kms; 99 S70, 177 kms; 99 Maxima, 156 kms; 99 Sable, 130 kms; 99 Saturn, 245 kms; 99 Cavalier, 174 kms; 99 Regal, 142 kms; 98 Escort, 208 kms; 98 A4, 289 kms; 98 Concorde, 266 kms; 98 BMW 3 Series, 212 kms; 97 Sebring, 105 kms; 97 Elantra, 178 kms; 97 Sunﬁre, 178 kms; 96 Saturn, 252 kms; 96 Escort, 220 kms; (2) 95 Continental, 160-188 kms; 95 Civic, 342 kms; 95 Camry, 195 kms; 94 Corolla, 140 kms; 80 Seville, 45 kms; 61 TBird, 69 kms SUVs: 07 Escape, 99 kms; 05 Ram, 219 kms; 05 Sorento, 165 kms; 04 Santa Fe, 173 kms; 03 CRV, 161 kms; 02 Sportage, 234 kms; 00 Jimmy, 220 kms; 99 Jimmy, 217 kms; 98 Pathﬁnder, 146 kms; 98 Rav 4, 190 kms; 97 Sidekick, 260 kms Vans: 06 Freestyle, 150 kms; 03 Montana, 161 kms; 03 Express, 224 kms; 02 Ram, 184 kms; 02 Town & Country, 172 kms; 01 Windstar, 150 kms; 01 Express, 204 kms; 00 Caravan, 149 kms; 00 Windstar, 144 kms; (2) 99 Venture, 228-233 kms; 99 Caravan, 225 kms; 98 Astro, 190 kms; 95 Econoline, 129 kms; 94 G3500, 148 kms Light Trucks: 07 Sierra, 144 kms; 04 Silverado, 171 kms; (2) 03 Dakota, 160-250 kms; 03 F350, 195 kms; 02 Ranger, 142 kms; 02 Avalanche, 231 kms; (2) 00 Ranger, 106-290 kms; 98 K3500, 145 kms; 97 Sierra, 109 kms; 95 F250, 94 kms Emergency Vehicles: 05 E450, 185 kms Trailers: 5th wheel; 04 Aluminum 4 wheeler; 98 Marten 5th wheel; 10 PJ 5th wheel; 09 Aluminum; 96 Manac Recreational: 06 Yamaha FZ6, 8 kms; 09 Triumph Sprint, 9 kms; 1988 Trion Boat Misc. Items: steel auger; (2) Outdoor stoves; White Fieldboss; rotary mower; Case 1594 tractor; 07 Maschio ditch mower; Bolzoni Forklift; NH Skidsteer; Yale GLP080 Forklift, 6183 hrs; Yale ERC060 Forklift; Yale Forklift
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September equals school safety: Ottawa police Patrol officers in the West Carleton area responded to 59 general calls for service from the public for the reporting period of Aug. 27 to the Sept. 2. September – think school zone traffic safety – it could save a life. Time for thousands of kids to return to school and with this comes a change in routine as parents and students plan to get to and from school. At the beginning of every school year, the Ottawa Police Service experiences a spike in the number of traffic complaints related to school zones. Most parents who drive through school zones have children attending school somewhere. So, as you travel through these zones, please exercise the same level of caution that you would if these pedestrians were your children. I SMOKED A LOT The officer found that a little hard to believe as he moved in closer to confirm his suspicions – in the cool evening breeze the officer picked up the scent of alcohol coming off of the driver’s breath and noticed that his eyes were glossy and his pupils dilated. At around 7 p.m. on Sept. 2, police were dispatched to Galetta Side Road and Stonecrest Road for a two-vehicle accident. The driver told patrol officers that he was travelling west along Galetta at around 80 km/h when he suddenly lost control of his vehicle on the wet curve and began to slide sideways down the road. An eastbound driver attempted to swerve around the sliding vehicle but ended up slamming into it. Asking again if he had anything to drink, the driver repeated to the officer, “nothing to drink, but I had been smoking a
lot of cigarettes.” After explaining to the driver, for a second time, on how to provide a proper breath sample, the officer asked him to try again. As a result of registering a fail on the ASD, the driver was placed under arrest and transported to the Huntmar police station for further testing. There, the 30-year-old driver from Riverwood Drive registered a blood alcohol concentration of 104 mgs and was subsequently charged with over 80 and issued a 90-day driver’s licence suspension. HALF FARE NOT FAIR After paying – upfront – for half of their $120 cab fare, the two 29-year-old intoxicated men from Carp village set off for the bright lights of Carleton Place in search of some females companions. No sooner had they arrived in Carleton Place than the men had a change of heart and decided to head back home. As soon as the cab pulled up to the house both men jumped out and left without paying for the outstanding amount. When the taxi driver confronted the two men for the money, he was given the royal run-around with each man blaming the other for being responsible for paying the fare. The driver decided to call police and let them sort things out. Shortly after 5 a.m. on Aug. 28, police arrived on scene and quickly put an end to the blame game. Rather than face the potential of fraud charges, both men settled their difference and paid the taxi driver his fare share. Mischief Sept. 1 McGee Side Road, West Carleton: A complainant called po-
lice to report an ongoing problem with youth trespassing into the quarry – damaging and destroying property. Previously, the owners turned a blind eye to the youth swimming in the quarry; however, with the increased level of destruction and damage to their property, it was decided to put a stop to all youth activity on the property and to apply the Trespass to Property Act. Last evening, unidentified people trespassed into the quarry and set a 45-gallon drum filled with diesel fuel and oil, on fire. Added to the mix was a chair and a shovel. A plastic float, which was used to support a hose connection between a barge and the land, was melted by the intense heat from the fire. On Thursday evening, Aug. 26, unidentified people swam onto the barge and stole a mini-fridge and a set of speakers.
Aug. 29 Wescar Lane, West Carleton: A white 2004 Ford van was reported stolen sometime between 4 p.m. on Aug. 28 and 8 a.m. on Aug. 29. The van was last seen parked on Wescar Lane with its doors and keys secured. One distinguishing feature of this van is its new hood and a Ford logo on its hood and grill. Sept. 1 Limestone Road, West Carleton: A trolling motor was stolen from a complainant driveway sometime between July 17 and 23. The motor was not locked. The trolling motor was described as a black 5500 thrust Motor Guy and valued at $1,000.
Theft Aug. 27 Cardevco Road, West Carleton: Sometime between 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27 and 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 29, unidentified bandits cut their way into a compound secured, by a chain link fence, and broke into three locked commercial trucks. Using wheelbarrows, at least three bandits transported the stolen construction tools and equipment, valued at about $25,000, to their waiting vehicle. Aug. 29 Cottage Lane, Maclaren’s Landing: A complainant called the OPS call centre to report the theft of his orange and black STIHL gas powered leaf blower sometime between 3 p.m. on Aug. 27 and 9 a.m. on Aug. 29. The complainant reported that his leaf blower was left unlocked outside of his garage. No suspects were identified.
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Rock the Arts rocked the Ottawa Theatre Challenge this spring, taking first place for its puppet performance. The Kanata-based theatre company, which will appear at this year’s Carp Fair (Sept. 23-26), won the coveted rubber-chicken trophy, an award covered in rubber chickens modeled after each winning troupe. The winner keeps the prize for a year before handing it over to the next firstplace theatre company. “It was more than we ever could dream of,” said Sarah Argue, one of three members of Rock the Arts. “It was so funny. We forget how funny it is to see two puppets together. It was a lot of fun.” As part of world theatre day, the teams have 48 hours to write a four-minute scene based on three pieces of inspiration. “We had to bring in a published mystery title, a piece of evidence, as well as a reason,” said Robyn Pekarchuk, who grew up in Dunrobin. Agatha Christie’s novel, And Then There Were None, was the title given to the troupe, along with a Yellow Page’s ad for a female escort service and a reason of “sweet, sweet revenge.”
Pekarchuk and Argue, along with third member Adam Wilkinson, who lives in Oshawa, decided to do a mix of humans and puppets for their performance. They named their scene after Christie’s novel. Rosco, a puppet with shaggy hair and no eyes is rejected during auditions. He gets his sweet revenge by tricking the other cast members to quit. SWEET REVENGE Two puppets fight after one accuses the other of mixing with human female escorts and both walk out. “It’s all for fun,” said Pekarchuk. “The idea is you’re supposed to shmooze the judges; get them on your side. We heard stories of how other people did and we said we need to do something that’s going to keep within our realm. We’re a puppet company, we were the only puppet company, what could we do that shows who we are.” “We made the judges sock puppets,” said Argue, a Carp native. “They each got a sock puppet and they each got involved with our show. We held an audition (as part of the show) and we asked the judges to be in the audition with the sock puppets. “The judges, who are quite
Rock the Arts puppets will entertain at the Carp Fair with a mixture of real people and puppets. elite theatre people, they got into it. At the end of the show, they announced, ‘And the winners are’ and shone a spotlight on their sock puppets. It did make us memorable.” Pekarchuk and Argue had been performing together for nine years before forming Rock the Arts. “We were travelling in the
States with another theatre company,” said Argue. “We took a break from that company and just started writing our own shows. To be able to write, perform and build our own show – it’s amazing. It’s a dying art so people are really interested in the puppetry and we can bring it back. It’s just fun to put on our own art.” The duo, who proudly display
their puppets around their house when not performing, travel to schools and perform half hour skits that tie into the class curriculum. “We do not exist,” said Argue about being a puppeteer. “In a lot of our shows, we’ll come out after and we’ll talk to the kids, and once we start talking as a puppet, we disappear. The best question we’ve ever got, one kid puts up his hand and says, ‘But where does the voice come from?’ We don’t exist at all. It’s really quite funny.” Pekarchuk and Argue make their puppets in their basement, which they transformed into a creative workshop. It takes about eight hours to create a puppet from scratch. Many are made from the same form, but thanks to clothes, hair and different personalities, each looks different. They both said they get attached to the puppets they make. They auction off some of their creations for charity, like the Canadian Improve Games, but said it’s always hard to see one go. “We get attached,” said Argue. “They have their own personality, likes and dislikes.” For more information about Rock the Arts and their Carp Fair appearance, visit sites.google. com/site/ottawapuppets
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Abbie is a beautiful little cat with lots of personality. The nine-month-old spayed female was left at the shelter with her sisters to ﬁnd a new home. She is very affectionate and sweet and loves attention. Abbie is playful, curious and gentle – a cat that would be good with children. She tolerates other cats but prefers her own space. Abbie is at the Arnprior Pet Valu for viewing.
# 3779 Alyssa Alyssa is one of Abbie’s sisters. The ninemonth-old spayed female is a very easygoing cat. She likes the company of other cats and enjoys being around people. She is friendly and very affectionate. She likes to play but is also very snuggly. Like Abbie, Alyssa will be a good cat with children. Please consider welcoming this kitty into your home and heart. Supplies the shelter needs: Whiskas Meaty Selections dry cat food, dry kitten food, paper towels and bleach.
You can call the Arnprior and District Humane Society at 613-623-0916 between noon and 5 p.m Monday to Saturday or visit www.arnpriorhumanesociety.ca
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SEPTEMBER 11 • Ottawa Valley Muskie Club Tournament for CHEO Sept. 11-12. Prizes available. Fish any local waters. Call 613-622-0673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Last year’s top prize was $750, which could be topped this year.
second Tuesday of the month until June 2011. If you are 55 or older, come out and join us, we are looking for new members. Information 623-4170. • Mississippi Squares will be holding a free open house for all modern square dancers at Brunton Hall in Black’s Corners. Dancing is from 7:30 to 10 p.m. No experience necessary. Come alone or with friends. Call 613-256-0603 or visit www. mississippisquares.com for more information.
MESMERIZING MOVEMENTS Members of the Dende Do Recife Capoeira Dance Group mesmerize children at the Carp public library with Berimbau music during a summer program event. For information on upcoming events for children and adults, visit www.BiblioOttawaLibrary.ca
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• St. Isidore Catholic School will be holding its annual Family Fun Fair Wednesday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the March Road school. They hope to see students and families new and old at the event.
• The traditional golf classic is back for its final year. This will be the last and 25th edition of the 4-Putters Charity Golf Tournament. The event will be held at 1 p.m. Golf will be a scramble format at the Madawaska Golf Club with a dinner to follow at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre. Tickets are $60 per person for golf and meal. Proceeds to CHEO and the Fitzroy Harbour Community Association. For tickets or information, call Bert – 613-623-2680.
• Mundell’s Famous Fish Fry with Hudson’s corn, coleslaw and homemade pie, 4 to 7 p.m., St. Andrew’s United Church, Pakenham; adults $15, children 12 and under $7, family maximum (no more than two adults) $40. • Lower Valley Gobblers seventh annual Hunting Heritage Super Fund banquet at the Nick Smith Centre. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for a social hour followed by a hip of beef buffet. Reserve tickets by calling Wes Desarmia at 613-623-9663or Don Pierce at 613-623-3423. • Dance to the Startools from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Carp Agricultural Hall, 3790 Carp Rd. The theme is 50’s/60’s (dress optional). There will be a silent auction, door prize, and best costume prize, light lunch and plenty of fun! The cost of the dance is $20 with a tax receipt of $15. Tickets are available at the Sweet Potato in Carp (Donald B Munro Dr.) or by calling 613-839-2925 or email email@example.com. All proceeds from the dance will be used toward the Parish of Huntley Wheelchair Accessibility project. • Huge garage sale: All welcome to hunt for treasure at the Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge, 2494 Dunrobin Rd., from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. All proceeds of the garage sale will go to an urgent need of fencing.
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• The Greater Ottawa Aero-Tow group hosts a fun fly at the Arnprior RC Club field today in Vydon Acres and tomorrow at 9 a.m., weather permitting. For more information or directions, call Gudmund Thompson at 613-852-0648.
• A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Michael’s Cemetery, Fitzroy Harbour Sunday at 3 p.m. In case of rain, mass will be held at the Church. It is hoped that this can be done on an annual basis. There will be a collection for cemetery maintenance. Envelopes will be provided and receipts issued by St. Michael’s Cemetery. You may wish to bring a lawn chair.
SEPTEMBER 13 • The Zone, Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre’s supervised youth drop-in space, is hosting a youth focus group to map the group’s future on Monday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at 170 Castlefrank Rd. For ages 12 to 18; free pizza; call Julie McKercher at 613-591-3686, Ext. 498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more see commuintyresourcecentre.ca.
SEPTEMBER 14 • The Fitzroy Harbour Seniors meet at 12:30 p.m. at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre, 100 Clifford Campbell Dr. Meetings will be every
• St. Michael’s church in Fitzroy Harbour is celebrating 150 years with a Mass & Dinner Saturday. The celebration begins with Mass at 4 p.m. in the church. Festivities move to the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre for a social hour starting at 5 p.m. and sit-down prime rib of beef dinner at 6:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Pat Smith. Tickets, in advance only, are on sale for $35 each from Annette Cousens 613 832-1569 and Sharon Sample 613 623-3061. • Go local and get a taste for a variety of regional craft beers at Pinhey’s Point historic site. Local beer connoisseur Geoff Skeggs will have you sample from the area’s finest microbreweries and talk about March Township’s local brewing history. Admission is $35 and starts at 7 p.m. For more visit Ottawa.ca/museums or call 613-8324347. Preregistration is mandatory.
SEPTEMBER 20 • West Carleton Country Knitters knit and crocheting for local charities. Come join our friendly interesting group. Meetings alternate Mondays at 1 p.m. Details at www.sites.google.com/ site/wccknitters. Good clean yarn and knitting needles needed. Phone Paula at 613 832-2611, or Eloise Kelly at 613 599-4479.
SEPTEMBER 22 • Register from 7 to 9 p.m. for line dancing at the Almonte Community Centre. Fall-2010 sessions begin mid-October, on Wednesday afternoons and Friday evenings. All three levels of dancing – beginners, novices, intermediates – will enjoy western swing, waltz, country, Latin tempos, jazz, modern hits. Call 613-256-1077, ext. 24.
SEPTEMBER 26 • Great Music of the Lesser Knowns, a concert with The fiVe, a woodwind quintet, Sunday at St. Andrew’s United Church, Pakenham; homemade desserts and coffee at 3 p.m. with the concert starting at 4 p.m.; admission at door $12, students & seniors $8, children under 12 $6.
OCTOBER 16 • Victoria’s Quilts Canada, a not-for-profit charitable organization, will be holding its annual Quilt-a-Thon in Kanata. We hope to make well over 100 quilts in the one day, which will be distributed free of charge to people with cancer in Canada. Call 1-819-827-0588.
NOVEMBER 27, 28 • The Red Trillium Studio Tour is held semi-annually amidst the rolling hills and beautiful countryside of West Carleton. We are featuring the area’s leading artists and artisans. Together, our artists’ work includes paintings, bookbinding, drawing, pottery, stained glass, glass-blowing, pewter, basketry, woodwork, fabric art, Santa Dolls, photography, sculpture, and carving. Call 613-839-2793, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., free admission.
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feasting on the aphids. While these orange-and-black beetles are easy to see, much more difficult to observe is another predator, one of the most unusual in the insect world. Caterpillars of harvester butterflies also eat woolly aphids! Harvester caterpillars are white and bear hairs. These pick up wool from their victims, making the caterpillars appear like part of the aphid colony. If you look closely at a num-
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feed on small areas of plants, no damage is done. Because they drink a lot of sugary sap, aphids release liquid in the form of sweet drops known as honeydew. Ants are particularly fond of honeydew and can often be found tending to the aphids as farmers do their cows.
their caterpillar Many of you have bearers a certain noticed that cateramount of protecpillars, especially tion from birds; larger ones, have recuckoos, however, cently become much are the exception more apparent. as they have speThis is because cial features that some species of allow them to dine moths spend the with impunity on winter in their cathairy meals. erpillar stage (more Another insect appropriately, their also covered in long pupal stage) under Michael Runtz white hairs is most rocks or logs or bursedentary, so much ied in the ground. Nature’s Way so that people usuRight now the caterally pass by groups pillars can be found of them without on the ground walkbeing aware they ing around seeking an appropriate site in which to are living creatures. I am referring to woolly go dormant. Woolly bear and yellow bear aphids, which at this time of caterpillars are particularly year become increasingly easy easy to find. Woolly bears are to find. Woolly aphids live colothose bristly black-and-orange nially so you find groups tightly banded caterpillars that never massed together. The white seem to stop walking. Contrary wispy wax-like filaments projecting from each individual coto popular myth, the width of the coloured bands has no rela- alesce into a woolly mass, hence tionship with the severity of the the name. Alders, as the name suggests, winter to come. Why they wander so much remains a mystery. are the host plant, but woolly Yellow bears are beautiful aphids can also be found on silcaterpillars covered in long soft ver maple. Aphids have straws for mouthhairs. Some, as the name suggests, are soft yellow, but others parts. These penetrate bark allowing are nearly white and a few even their owners to enjoy a plant’s brown. Their adult stage is the Vir- sugar-rich liquids. Although ginia tiger moth. Hairs offer large groups of woolly aphids
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Melon mania hits Acorn Creek
Little Margo MacKinnon, along with Tim MacKinnon and Brenda Bedford, admire the vegetables up for sale at Acorn Creek.
Natasha and Eshaan Kunchur seem more interested in climbing the huge tree at Acorn Creek than buying fruits and vegetables during the Labour Day Melonfest. Photos by Derek Dunn
The annual Melonfest on Oak Road, near Carp and Richardson Side roads, was busy this year despite rain and cool weather.
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MONTHLY FEATURE 2nd Annual “For Women Only Wine Pairing Evening” On Wednesday, August 25th, over 60 of our lady members and their guests enjoyed a wonderful evening at the Wild Wood Steak Chophouse & Bar in Stittsville. The sold out event began with a networking cocktail hour, followed by a five course gourmet Cynthia Follett and Tracy Badham – Scotiabank, Carol Laidlaw – Laidlaw Financial, Caroline Savignac – Brookstreet and Margaret food and wine Maier – Naturally You pairing presented by our gracious host Richard Yee, owner of Wild Wood and Nicolas Malboeuf, Sommelier for Andrew Peller Ltd. With the best company, gift bags, raffle and door prizes and chauffeur service to ensure a safe ride home, our ladies had a wonderful, well deserved night out. An especially big thank you goes out to all our sponsors, prize donors and gift bag contributors. Your support of the Chamber is invaluable and guaranteed the success of our event. Title Sponsor: The SPA Day Retreat Host Sponsor: Wild Wood Steak Chophouse & Bar Martini Bar Sponsor: Bridlewood Trails Retirement Community “Responsible Choice” Sponsor: Rick & Associates Pairing Sponsors: Dunrobin Village Meat Co. Ltd. Home Instead Senior Care RBC Financial Group Kanata Chamber of Commerce
CALENDAR OF EVENTS SEPTEMBER Wednesday, September 15, 2010 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Mayoral All-Candidates Meeting Venue: Brookstreet Open to members and non-members. No charge and no pre-registration required.
Thursday, September 23, 2010 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Business After Hours Hosted by: CainCo Photography, Kanata Members Only No charge, pre-registration required. Contact the Chamber to reserve your Spot.
Thursday, September 30, 2010 7:15 am – 9:30 am
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Richard Luczak & Michelle Marriage, Owners 457 Hazeldean Road, Unit #2, Kanata, ON K2L 1V1 Phone: 613-831-1227 • Fax: 613-831-9056 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.anytimefitness.com Anytime Fitness is a 24 hour, co-ed, private, adult fitness club. We offer a secure, clean environment with state-of-the-art equipment, personal training, tanning and extraordinary service. We are locally owned and operated. Opening September!
Mark Smith, Partner Suite 1036, 555 Legget Drive, Kanata, ON K2K 2X3 Phone: 613-599-4424 • Fax: 613-592-7550 Email: email@example.com Your Kanata lawyers: civil litigation – personal injury, wrongful dismissal, employment law, divorce and family law, criminal law, wills, estates and real estate.
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Vivienne Vanieris, Owner/Operator 109 – 1300 Main Street, Stittsville, ON Phone: 613-831-9500 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Curves is a facility specially designed for women featuring a complete 30 minute workout and weight management program that is fun, fantastic and safe. Opening soon!
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The Top Five Reasons YOU Should Join the Kanata Chamber of Commerce 1. Expand your business contacts and increase exposure for your products and services. 2. Save money on Visa/MasterCard and Debit transactions, Group, Home and Auto Insurance, Fuel and many other products and services. 3. Market your business to nearly 400 Chamber members and build your client base. 4. Professional Growth and Education Opportunities are offered monthly through our Breakfast Seminars. 5. Enrich the community where you do business and help stimulate economic growth. For more information on the many benefits of membership with the Kanata Chamber of Commerce, please contact Rosemary Leu, General Manager at 613-592-8343 or email: email@example.com
Maria Jenkins, Owner 117 Manion Heights Cres., Ottawa, ON K0A 1L0 Phone: 613-325-2231 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.DesignBoulevard.ca We provide very personalized interior decorating and design services based on client needs and budget. Design services: kitchen, bath, closet, home office. Interior design and finishes consultations. Pre-sell your home advice and renovations and home staging. The people that organize by design.
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MARKETING STRATEGICS Marie Watkins, Chief Instigator Phone: 613-691-1221 • Fax: 613-691-1221 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.marketingstrategics.biz Marketing Strategics helps local business owners with their online marketing to drive more business, better business, targeted business to their companies. Want a bigger share of your market? Call Marie Watkins now at 613-691-1221, or email email@example.com
OTTAWA CONVENTION CENTRE Rick Chase, Account Manager 55 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON K1N 9J2 Phone: 613-563-1984 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ottawaconventioncentre.com Our expanded, all-new landmark Ottawa Convention Centre opens in the heart of Canada’s capital in April 2011. Built to LEED certification, Canada’s Meeting Place has a unique, iconic design of sculpted glass providing panoramic views of downtown Ottawa. The new facility possesses 192,000 sq. ft. of highly flexible meeting space, a stunning ballroom and will have the most sophisticated Information Communication Technology program of any centre in Canada.
WITH LOVE BRIDAL BOUTIQUE Jason Salares and Dana Alexander, Co-Owners 1501 Stittsville Main Street, Stittsville, ON K2S 1A4 Phone: 613-435-5542 Email: email@example.com Website: www.withlovebridalboutique.ca Bridal boutique offering new, consignment and custom bridal wear and accessories. Alterations on-site.
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When vandals strike This past month when vandals destroyed a mailbox at an artist’s home in a quiet neighbourhood in West Carleton, the artist took this as a sign. A sign that a new mailbox was in order and it would have to be painted. A plain-Jane white mailbox would not do. So out came the paint. Jackson Pollock has always been a favourite in this artist’s mind, so this was the style she chose to use. Outside in the garden she threw paint, tossed paint and splattered paint. When she was finished the box was painted and so was the grass. The following day the mail box got three coats of clear coat for weather protection and out it went to the street. To view this mailbox visit the West Carleton Arts Society’s Expressions of Art show at the Carp Fairgrounds on the Thanksgiving weekend. The mailbox will then be on permanent display at the end of the artist’s driveway.
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CARP’S IDOL FINALIST Carp’s Samantha Jotham performs during the 2010 Kiwanis Idol in Place D’Orleans, Ottawa, as one of the top 21 semi-finalists in the competition.
Thieves don’t know if they’re coming or going Ottawa police report an unusual crime on Herrick Road in West Carleton. Between Aug. 31 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 1 at 7 a.m., unidentified culprits attempted to break into the Valley Rent Rite store, lo-
cated on the outskirts of Arnprior. The culprits attempted to pull open a steel front door using a chain and a small vehicle. Police believe the culprits’ break-in attempt
was foiled by the fact that the door opened inwards rather than outwards. Anyone with information can call CrimeStoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS), or toll-free at 1-800-2228477.
Friday, September 17 - Agriculture Awareness Day 10:00 am - Mary Lambert (Kiddyland) 10:00 am - Curling Club: Homecraft Exhibits/Trade Show 11:00 am - Dining Hall: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Home Cooked Meals (until 7:00 pm) 11:00 am - Open 4-H Dairy Showmanship Show (Pre 4-H Dairy Showmanship Show to follow) 11:00 am - Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) 11:45 am - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) 01:00 pm - Jersey & Holstein Dairy Show 01:00 pm - Doug Barr’s Children’s Show (Kiddyland) 02:00 pm - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) 02:45 pm - Doug Barr’s Children’s Show (Kiddyland) 03:15 pm - Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) 03:45 pm - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) 04:30 pm - Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) 07:30 pm - Demolition Derby 08:00 pm - Youth Entertainment (Outdoor Stage) 08:30 pm - Arena Entertainment: David Wilcox and Daisy Train Saturday, September 18 - A Country Fair Saddle & Harness Horse Show Heavy Horse Show (Line Classes) Western Horse & Pony Games Show Rock the Arts Puppets (Kiddyland) Curling Club: Homecraft Exhibits/Trade Show Mary Lambert (Kiddyland) Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) Dining Hall: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Home Cooked Meals (until 7:00 pm) 11:00 am - Parade leaves South Carleton High School 11:00 am - Jr. Shorthorn & Jr. Hereford Beef Show 11:15 am - Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) 11:30 am - Open 4-H Beef Showmanship Show (Pre-4-H Beef Showmanship Show to follow) 11:45 am - Rock the Arts Puppets (Kiddyland) 12:00 pm - Family Entertainment (Outdoor Stage) 12:15 pm - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) 12:30 pm - Saddle & Harness Horse Show (Hitch Classes) 12:45 pm - Mary Lambert (Kiddyland) 01:00 pm - Heavy Horse Show (Hitch Classes) 09:00 am 09:30 am 09:30 am 09:45 am 10:00 am 10:15 am 10:45 am 11:00 am -
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Shorthorn, Angus & Hereford Beef Show Arena Entertainment Eddy and The Stingrays (until 5:00 pm) Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) The Cow Guy’s (Kiddyland) Mary Lambert (Kiddyland) Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) Rock the Arts Puppets (Kiddyland) Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) The Cow Guy’s (Kiddyland) Youth Entertainment (Outdoor Stage) Arena Entertainment: Roadhouse
Sunday, September 19 - Where Town & Country Meet 08:30 am - Western Horse & Pony Performance Show 08:30 am - Miniature Horse Show (Line & Performance Classes) 09:30 am - Draft & Commercial Horse Show (Line Classes) 10:00 am - Curling Club: Homecraft Exhibits/Trade Show 10:15 am - Rock the Arts Puppets (Kiddyland) 10:30 am - Non-Dominational Church Service 10:30 am - Sheep Show (New Barn) 10:45 am - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) 11:00 am - Dining Hall Meals - Chef-Express Catering 11:15 am - Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) 11:30 am - Open 4-H Beef Showmanship Show (Pre 4-H Beef Showmanship to follow) 11:45 am - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) 12:00 pm - Family Entertainment (Outdoor Stage) 12:30 pm - Rock the Arts Puppets (Kiddyland) 12:30 pm - Miniature Horse Show (Hitch Classes) 01:00 pm - Limousin & Simmental Beef Show 01:00 pm - Heavy Horse Show (Hitch Classes) 01:00 pm - Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) 01:00 pm - Arena Entertainment: Dennis Whitty 01:30 pm - The Cow Guy’s (Kiddyland) 02:15 pm - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland) 02:30 pm - Arena Entertainment: The Wilkinson’s 02:45 pm - Rock the Arts Puppets (Kiddyland) 03:15 pm - Milord Entertainment Trampoline Wall (Kiddyland) 03:45 pm - The Cow Guy’s (Kiddyland) 04:30 pm - Arena Entertainment: Dennis Whitty (until 6:00 pm) 04:30 pm - Little Ray’s Living Dragons - Giant Lizards of the World (Kiddyland)
Thursday, September 16 (evening only) - Family Night 09:00 am - Judging Homecraft Exhibits (buildings closed) 11:00 am - Dining Hall: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Home Cooked Meals 06:00 pm - Toonie Night for Midway Rides 06:00 pm - Lawn Tractor Pull 06:00 pm - Beergarden
Note: Times for some events may change and some new events may be added closer to fair time.
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New Listing! 5579 Richmond Road, Steeple Hill Impressive 5 bedrm home just mins from Kanata & Bells Corners with luxurious features, huge granite kitchen, main ﬂr famrm & laundry, ensuite, ﬁnished basement with access to heated 6 car attached garage, separate heated shop on 2.75 acres, natural gas heat, inground pool, hot tub, gorgeous landscaping. $649,900
New Listing! 31 Cranston St., Arnprior Beautiful & updated 3+1 bedrm home in terriﬁc area, 60’ x 100’ lot, private fenced yard, inground pool, 2 car garage, main ﬂr laundry, hardwd & tile on main level, ﬁreplace, gorgeous updated ensuite bath, ﬁnished basement has rec rm & bedrm & lots of storage, newer shingles, hi-efﬁcency natural gas furnace & some windows! A true gem! $319,900
New Listing! 4790 Newtown Road, Fitzroy Excellent chance to unwind & life live to the fullest in this incredible 2+1 bedrm bungalow built in 2002 on 2 acres surrounded by beauty. Open concept, hardwd on main level, gas ﬁreplace, sunrm, fantastic oak kitchen, main ﬂr laundry, ensuite with jet tub, basement has rec rm, 3 pce bath & extra bedrm plus more ready to ﬁnish space, 2 car garage & more! $359,900
3593 Diamondview Rd, Rural Kinburn Sensational country views & sunsets only 20 minutes from Kanata, well maintained & spacious, 3 bedrms, 2 baths, 2 wood ﬁreplaces, hardwood & tile ﬂring, newer carpeting in bedrms, massive famrm, 24’ x 10’ deck, 2 car garage, roof done.Prelisting home & septic inspections already done. Ready to go! $269,900
2120 Kinburn Side Road Unique & Vast All- brick bungalow, 7.61 wooded acres has creek & foot bridge! Zoning allows for home based business. Circular drive, huge attached garage/workshop measures 58’ x 28’ & 30’ x 27’ with kitchen, washrm & loft plus a 4+ heated detached garage measures 31’ x 29’ & 17’ x 16’. Beautiful 3+1 bedrm home, 4 baths, 3 ﬁreplaces, main ﬂr famrm, laundry, 6 pce ensuite, recrm. 50 year shingles. $689,900
WATERFRONT! 1242 Bayview Drive, Constance Bay Affordable 3 bedroom all year round home on Buckhams Bay would be a great place to live or have as a vacation property!! Hardwood ﬂoors throughout, large kitchen, ﬁreplace, main ﬂr famrm, full walkout basement, 2nd ﬂr laundry, 1.5 baths, central air, perennial gardens. Roof shingles 2006! Sand beach and great spot for docking your boat. Sunsets, too! $379,900 Vacant & ready to go!
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Features 40 minutes to downtown Ottawa 15 minutes to Arnprior 2 acre lots ready for building Beautifully treed lots Homes for sale under construction Close to Morris Island Conservation Area Cross-country Skiing On Site Downhill Skiing - 6 miles Conservation area - 1 mile of great walking trails Launch Your Canoe on Snye River 1/2 km We will build for you. Surrounded by Ottawa, Mississippi and Snye Rivers.
Play badminton for fun, fitness and friendship
Experts say that the best way to stay fit is to combine exercise with fun and friendship. The West Carleton Adult Recreational Badminton Club invites you to do exactly this by joining its new season starting Wednesday, Sept. 22. Here’s how one player describes her participation: “The atmosphere is friendly, the games are great exercise and fun, and there’s room for all levels of play. It’s something I really look forward to.” Badminton club members play each Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m. at Stonecrest Elementary School (corner of Stonecrest and Kinburn Side roads). Cost is $50 for the September-toMay season. Play includes all skill levels – from beginner to
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The club also accepts a limited number of junior members (15 to 17 years old as of Sept. 1) who are children of an adult member and accompanied by an adult club member. NETS, BIRDS SUPPLIED
Adult recreational badminton starts for another season at Stonecrest Elementary School on Sept. 22 from 7 to 10 p.m.
those who ‘Haven’t played for years’, through to more skilled recreational and competitive participants. The club’s informal system of player rotation means that everyone can play at their own level as
well as improve their game. The club sometimes hosts a coaching evening during the year, depending on interest, to help members strengthen their skills. Participation is open to those 18 years and older.
Players bring their own racquet and wear nonmarking soft-soled shoes and comfortable clothing. The club supplies nets and birds. Participants pitch in with court set-up and takedown. The West Carleton Adult Recreational Badminton Club began more than 16 years ago and is run by volunteers. It attracts members from across the region, from Kanata to Galetta and Fitzroy, and from Constance Bay to Kinburn. To register or for more information, call Heather at 613-832-3705 or email: tiff1_ firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is also possible on opening night, Sept. 22.
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330 White Lake Rd., Arnprior, Ont. Sharon Enright Broker of Record
418 McLEAN AVE., ARNPRIOR SAT., SEPT. 11 2 - 4 p.m. Hostess: Sharon Enright Spacious 5 bedroom home. Showplace kitchen, main ﬂoor family room, formal dining room, library. Tiered decks to the water’s edge, boat dock. MLS # 743496 $799,000.
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nice treed lot backing onto farm ﬁeld, large driveway, good sized bedrooms, kitchen with European styled cabinets, dining area provides access to backyard deck, large living room, full ﬁnished basement, large family room with woodstove.
shopping & playground,3+1 bedrm, large eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets, access to fenced yard from dining area. Family rm has corner gas ﬁreplace. $229,900
AFFORDABLE 4 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME on 2 acre lot in Dochart Estates, open concept, eat-in kitchen, living rm with access to 3 season sun rm, back yard deck, storage in basement, forced air oil heat & central air, attached 1 car garage, paved circular driveway.
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IN ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD, 3 Bedrm on nice lot, island work area/ kitchen, main ﬂr family rm, 3 pce bath/2nd level, forced air, gas heat & central air, updated vinyl windows, attached garage. Lrg yard for children & pets, walk to playground, seated stair lift for seniors.
COZY CAPE COD style 2 sty. home on the banks of the Madawaska River. Sunny & charming main ﬂoor. Large covered verandah. 3 Bedrooms on the 2nd level with Studio on main ﬂoor that could be 4th Bedroom. 2 Sty. Stone Fireplace. Solar heat System + Oil FA. Double Garage. 190’ app. on River frontage. Finished lower level. Cedar Shake exterior. $759,500. MLS#768202 Call Sharon Enright 613-623-7922.
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WALK TO ALL SCHOOLS & DOWNTOWN old fashioned maple hardwd ﬂoors in living & dining rms, lrg eat-in kitchen, 4 pce bath on main, wrap around covered front verandah, back yard deck off kitchen. Partially fenced back yard 1 car detached garage. MLS #753032
MOBILE HOME IN FRIENDLY ADULT COMMUNITY at Glenalee Trailer Park in White Lake. Well managed & well maintained retirement park. 2 Bedroom mobile with propane ﬁreplace in family room addition. 24’x12’ deck. Carport 11’6x18’ together with 11’6 x 6’9’ workshop. Come & live by the shores of White Lake & enjoy life to the fullest! MLS#769368. $115,000. Call Sharon Enright 613-623-7922
WATERFRONT ACREAGE 2 LOTS FOR SALE Over 700ft of waterfront each. Both lots located on Stewartville Rd. Call Greg for more details. Asking $325,000 ea. M L S # 7 4 1 9 1 9 MLS#741926
EXCELLENT STARTER/FAMILY HOME IN WHITE LAKE VILLAGE Walk to outdoor rink & playground, swimming & boat launch, snowmobile trails & store, 40 min. to Ottawa, 10 min from Arnprior, lrg living rm, has woodstove, lrg main ﬂr family rm, 3 bdrm, plus ofﬁce/den which can be 4th bdrm, 1.5 baths, formal dining rm, eat-in kitchen has access to lrg newer deck (20x24) extra lrg garage (18x42) & workshop within (17x11.6), propane furnace 2003.
WOOD WORKING SHOP with walkout basement. 1st level has wood ﬂoors, main level has 10ft garage loading door, metal machine shop, attached warehouse with lrg loading bay, sm ofﬁce, gas boiler heat, lots of power, lrg impound yard at rear, seperate heated detached garage.
ATTENTION HOME SEEKERS! Delightful Little Home. 2 BR’s main ﬂoor. 1 Bedroom lower level. Basement designed as a comfortable entertainment center; with full bathrooms upstairs & down there’ll be no more morning conﬂicts. Do some landscaping & this will be a lovely lot. Above ground pool is the start for you. Here is an opportunity. Economical to heat. All appliances. Couldn’t build for this price $204,900. MLS#758434
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3 Bedroom Cottage sitting close to the shores of Centennial Lake. Idle the summer days away ﬁshing, relaxing. Seasonal property with outdoor privy. Wonderful place to get away to. Just 30 minutes from Calabogie. $199,000. MLS#759881. Call Sharon Enright 613623-7922.
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Enjoy getting and staying fit on Stonecrest courts
Amo walked. When Amo stole second, he was hit by the throw and the ball bounced into the outfield allowing him to score. Quyon qualified for the semi-final by defeating West Carleton Electric 2-0 and 61. In the other semi-final, league champion Kars Aces won the first game convincingly 9-0 over Stittsville 56ers.
Rural Kanata $949,900 – 2240 Marchurst Road Nestled in the trees on 23.89 acres, magniﬁcent 4 bedroom country estate features winding stream, trails and pond. Gourmet kitchen with granite, gleaming hardwood on both ﬂoors, 2 ﬁreplaces, solarium, in-ground pool, hot tub and 40’x 80’ aluminum barn. A rare property just 10 minutes from Kanata!
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Dunrobin Shores $839,000 – 101 Kerscott Heights Way Gorgeous executive 4 bedroom custom stone and stucco home designed by Architect David Mailing. Gourmet kitchen with granite and stainless steel appliances. Rich hardwood ﬂoors on both levels. Beautifully ﬁnished lower level. Backyard oasis offers in-ground pool, hot tub, gazebo, interlock patio. Truly unique & upscale home.
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Dunrobin Shores $964,900 – 4176 Armitage Avenue Enjoy spectacular views of the Ottawa River and Gatineau hills while relaxing in the comfort and grandeur of this magniﬁcent 4 bedroom Post and Beam Waterfront home. Custom Delaurier kitchen with granite and stainless steel appliances, sunroom with hot tub, radiant ﬂoor heating, handsome timber framing, sandy beach. Truly a 1 of a kind home. Constance Bay $254,000 – 140 Holiday Dr Ready for you to move in and enjoy this 2+1 bedroom home on a private 105’x 150’ treed lot. Updates include furnace, A/C, roof, laminate ﬂoors, lower level bathroom. Walkout lower level includes a gas ﬁreplace, den, ofﬁce and bedroom. Close to beaches and Torbolton Forest.
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The Fairfax Lot 97 CB - $297,900 1935 SqFt 3 Beds, 2 ½ Baths Sun Room with 2 Sky Lights, Main Floor Laundry, Gas Fireplace Extended Bar Top, Round Corners, Ensuite with Corner Soaker Tub and 4’ Walk-In Shower, Walk-In Closet
Woodroffe $199,900 – 1081 Ambleside Drive, Unit #101 Enjoy the convenience of condominium living in this beautifully decorated 2 bedroom ground ﬂoor home. It offers an updated kitchen with new laminate ﬂoors overlooking the living room. Updated bathroom. Custom draperies & blinds in the living room and master bedroom. Immaculate condition. Ready to move in!
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2635 10th Concession N. Rd. Pakenham $389,900
Country living at its best - renovated 5 bdrm farm house. Country style kitchen, large family room, home ofﬁce area with private entrance. Hardwood ﬂooring. Detached garage/workshop, barn with stalls as well as storage buildings set on approx. 96 acres, 20+ tillable, remainder forested. MLS #768203
1024 Blakeney Road Pakenham $412,500
150 acres of peace and tranquility. Gently rising property from front to back. Approx. 3100’of frontage on Blakeney Rd. Many excellent locations to build your dream home with panoramic south western views. Mixture of open fields and naturally treed areas. Trails thruout. Hydro and drilled well on site, 2 barns and a ramshackle house. MLS #758700.
7 Ridgeview Dr. Braeside $164,900 A simply amazing view of the Ottawa River from this naturally treed 2 acre lot. Area cleared for your dream home. Driveway in, terraced front. Located in the area of some very prestigious homes. Walk to the Arnprior Golf Course. Available immediately. MLS #755650 4007 Torbolton Ridge Rd. Woodlawn. $399,900 44 acres of peace and tranquiltiy with a quality built 3 bdrm, 3 bath bungalow featuring an open concept kitchen/lvg rm/ dng rm, a fully ﬁnished basement with walk out and potential for an inlaw suite. Attached 2 car garage and detached garage/workshop with living quarters. Available immediately. 4007 Torbolton Ridge Rd. MLS # 762645.
143 Carbine Rd. Pakenham $384,900
Visit our Ofﬁce/Model on the corner of Baskin Drive in Arnprior Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 4pm 613-623-6589 Web Site: www.mcewanhomes.com
Gorgeous log home on beautifully treed acreage. Open concept with cathedral ceiling and loft area, all hardwood ﬂoors on main level; cork ﬂoors on second level. 2 full baths, partially ﬁnished basement with 2 extra bdrms framed in. Rear deck with furnished gazebo; beautiful back yard with pond. Detached two car garage. Private setting. MLS #769946
3430 Hwy. 17, Kinburn $59,900
2 acre building lot within 2 minutes of the 417 and 20 minutes to Kanata. Naturally treed excellent location to build your dream home. Well maintained road. (Severance complete) MLS # 755922
138 Lavallee Rd., Renfrew $389,900 Picturesque hobby farm149 acres. 1.5 storey century home in excellent condition, country style kitchen. Attached workshop and garage. Home is tenant occupied. Good farm buildings for storage or animals. MLS #764439
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312 Mississippi Dr, Vydon Acres. $449,900 Beautiful waterfront property in Vydon Acres. 4 bdrm 2 storey home in excellent condition situated on a landscaped lot. Open concept main level, completely ﬁnished lower level with screened in wrap around porch. Full deck on main level with synthetic life long decking. Lots of upgrades. Quiet cul de sac. Very nice waterfront for swimming and boating ﬂoating dock included. MLS #752257
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One West Carleton team couldn’t do it. Now it’s the turn of the other to try. The Quyon Combat Flyers ousted Fitzroy Harbour West Carleton Electric in the first round of the Greater Ottawa Fastball League playoffs, but it wasn’t easy. The secondplace Flyers are now embroiled in a best-of-three semi-final battle with thirdplace Carp I4C Victory, with each team winning once. The deciding game was scheduled for Quyon on Sept. 8. The Flyers evened the series Aug. 26 in Carp with a 30 win behind the pitching of Drew Hathway, who allowed only four hits. C a r p ’ s Frank Cox, the game one star, took the loss, in relief of Neil Cooke. Carp had a golden chance to take the lead in the second inning, after a Shawn Simzer single and walks to Tony McDonald and Neil Drummond. But they left all three stranded. Quyon scored a run in the sixth and two more in the seventh. Cox was the story in Carp’s 1-0 victory in game one, throwing a nohitter and fanning 17 Flyers in Quyon. The game’s only run came in the top of the sixth after Carp’s Aaron
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FOR SALE BY OWNER
SAT. & SUN., SEPTEMBER, 11TH & 12TH 1 Pm to 5 pm 110 Seventh Ave, Arnprior
Well maintained 2 storey beautiful home. 3+1 bedrooms, 2½ baths, central air, garage, plenty of storage space, lovely, Ottawa River view from deck. Very friendly neighbourhood. Priced to sell great value. Just minutes from 417 highway.
Grapevine listing # 27588 $249,000 For personal showings call: 613-314-0134 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Judging by Saturday’s turnout, Valley Gun and Hunting Show organizer Dave Arbour was expecting as many as 5,000 people to attend the two-day show in the Carp Arena to view the hunting items on about 200 tables. Above, Rheal Charlebois demonstrates one of his handcrafted bird calls to Ben Loewen. Above left, Mark Murphy, left, and Al Mills staff the Al’s Corner Store table. Located at the corner of old Highway 17 and Galetta Side Road, Al’s is having a hunting show and sale of its own this weekend (Sept. 10-12), starting at 4 p.m. Friday and running to 3 p.m. Sunday. Left, Arbour and assistant Marian Dopson gave boating and firearm safety exams during the show. Photos by John Carter
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FOR IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE ACREAGE ON THE EDGE OF ARNPRIOR. Enjoy country living on 7.95 acres close to Town limits. Features include new roof (2010), ﬁnished rec rm, 3 baths including ensuite, 2 gas f/p, warm oak kitchen. Dochart Creek meanders thru property, parkland setting.School bus route.25 min to Kanata. 5 minutes to Arnprior. Immediate possession. Oversized single garage. Private setting....best of both worlds ! MLS 769815 $279,900
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DOCHART ESTATES - Amazing executive bungalow on private treed 2.13 acre lot. Inground pool. Walk out basement. Gracious home in immaculate condition... move right in ! $ 474,900 WO N D E R F U L FAMILY HOME on nice acre lot on the edge of Stewartville. 4 bedrooms could be 5. Fully ﬁnished bsmt with large rec room. Other rooms could be ofﬁce/den. Warm pine wood ﬂoors. Large rooms.Close to McNab School, Madawaska River, skiing and golf. Flexible possession. Mls 755912 $242,900
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STUNNING 3 BEDROOM 2-1/2 BATHROOM BRICK HOUSE IN THE HEART OF ARNPRIOR. 10ft Cathedral ceilings, large family room with gas ﬁreplace and pre-wired for surround sound speakers, master bedroom with ensuite that has jacuzzi tub, professionally landscaped, complete fenced-in yard, and more!! All at the Fantastic Price of $339,900. Call Today!!
NEW LISTING Well maintained country home on 2 treed acres. 3 bdrms. Finished lower level. Bright kitchen with patio door to deck. Gazebo and outbuildings. 15 min to Grifﬁth. $189,900. MLS #762546
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT HOURS: Mon-Thurs 6am-7pm • Fri 6am-6pm • Sat 8am-4pm ™The Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names, images and slogans are trade marks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. *2010 FIFA World Cup™ South Africa Official Partner copyright © 2010 Hyundai Motor Company. All rights reserved. Prices for models shown: 2011 Sonata Limited is $30,700. Delivery and Destination charges of $1,565 for 2011 Sonata. Fees, levies, charges and all applicable taxes (excluding PST and GST) are included. Registration, insurance, and license fees are excluded. Starting price for 2010 Accent 3 Dr 5-speed is $11,530/2010 Elantra L is $13,530. Delivery and Destination charges of $1,495 for Accent 3 Dr L/$1,495 for Elantra L, fees, levies, charges and all applicable taxes (excluding PST and GST) are included. Registration, insurance, and license fees are excluded. Delivery and Destination charge includes freight, P.D.E., dealer admin fees and a full tank of gas. ◊+Finance offers available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Services based on new 2010 Accent 3 Dr 5-speed/Elantra L 5-speed with an annual finance rate of 2.9%/2.9% and 0%/0%. Monthly payments are $151/$179 for 84/84 months and $193/$226 for 60/60 months. No down payment is required. Dealer participation of $500 for 2010 Accent L 3Dr/$500 for 2010 Elantra L is included. Finance offers include Delivery and Destination of $1,495/$1,495 fees, levies, charges and all applicable taxes (excluding PST and GST). Registration, insurance and license fees are excluded. Purchase financing also available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Services on 2011 Sonata GL. Registration, insurance and license fees are excluded. Delivery and Destination charge includes freight, P.D.E., dealer admin fees and a full tank of gas. Financing example: 2010 Accent L 3Dr 5-speed for $11,530 at 0% per annum equals $192.17 per month for 60 months for a total obligation of $11,530. Cash price is $11,530. Example price includes Delivery and Destination of $1,495, fees, levies, charges and applicable taxes (excluding PST and GST). Registration, insurance and license fees are excluded. Offers available for a limited time and subject to change or cancellation without notice. See dealer for complete details. Dealer may sell for less. Inventory is limited, dealer order may be required. ΔSee your dealer for eligible vehicles and full details of the Graduate Rebate Program. ++Hyundai’s Comprehensive Limited Warranty coverage covers most vehicle components against defects in workmanship under normal use and maintenance conditions.
MacKILLICAN & ASSOCIATES
J.P. VOLDOCK, C.G.A.
DAVE H. LA LAVENTURE, C.G.A. C.F.E.
Certified General Accountant 327 Nieman Drive Arnprior, Ontario 613-623-6784
14 Madawaska St. Arnprior, Ontario, K7S 1R7 Tel. (613) 623-7926 Fax. (613) 623-7927 Taxation: Professional Services: • Personal • Accounting and Bookkeeping • Corporate • Auditing • Farm • Financial Statement Preparation • Estate • Management Advisory Services
Certified Fraud Examiner
The Bathtub Liner Inc
“specialists in bathroom renovations”
See Us At The Petawawa Civic Centre Homeshow Sept 17, 18 and 19th
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Over 25+ Years Experience
Custom Homes • Renovations • Foundations In-Floor Radiant Heat Insulated Concrete Forming System
Garrance Recoskie (613)
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SEAMLESS EAVESTROUGHING Decks • Fences Screened Porches • Renovations
E WINDICH & SONS
JIM’S HEATING AND SHEET METAL
Buying a house could be the biggest investment of your life. Let a Certiﬁed Home Inspector help secure your investment by getting the facts you need.
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LANDSCAPING Spring Clean Up Available
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• Interlocking Stone/ • Retaining Walls/Stone Driveways and Patios and Timber • Sodding & Seeding • Fences • Tree and Shrub planting FREE ESTIMATES Country Quality – Country Prices AWARD WINNING FIRM
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tel 613.623.2402 fax 613.623.6778
WELD – Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Some Cast Products BOLT – Angles, Tubing Joints, Flat Bar Joints, Panels and Plate RIVET – Panels, Plate, Flat Bar, Hinges, Angles, Terry Tubing Joints
89 McLachlin St., N Arnprior, Ontario We’ll Find The Solution To Fit Your Needs! No Project Too Small We Do Them All!
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Arnprior General Welding & Repairs
Creating beautiful landscapes since 1974
“Peace of mind with every inspection”
Siding Sofﬁt/Facia Rooﬁng
Uses: • pet litter • packing material • arts and crafts • disposable tableclothes • absorbs spills
Installation and Service Natural Gas – Propane Duct Cleaning LICENSED SHEET METAL SHOP
61 Campbell Drive ARNPRIOR
Newsprint Roll Ends $2.50 ea.
EXCAVATING Septic Systems Ditching Landscaping Roadwork Foundations Site Preparation Sand Gravel
Jim & Coady Yach 380 Nieman Drive Arnprior
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Framing, Decks, Interior, Exterior Renos, Custom wood work and much more…
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Arthur A. McLean, Q.C. J. David Moore, B.A., LL.B. 141 John St. N., Arnprior, ON K7S 3H2 T: (613) 623-3177 • F: (613) 623-9166 E: email@example.com
Certified General Accountant
• Real Estate Law • Wills & Powers of Attorney • Estate Administration • Commercial Law • Litigation and Debt Collection
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McLean & Moore
106 McGonigal St. W. Arnprior 613-623-3181
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 252 Raglan St. S. Renfrew, Ontario, K7V 4A6 Tel. (613) 432-3664, 432-2104 Fax. (613) 432-8424
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1 Robinson Street • Arnprior Steve Nych • 613-623-7836 Sean Nych • 613-623-8304 FAX: 613-623-2673
ARNPRIOR WASH ’N’ FOLD We will pick up your laundry, wash and fold it, then return it to you.
Masonry & Concrete Finishing
613.454-5228 Mon.-Fri. 7:30-7:30
the Irish washerwoman
Brick, Block, Stonework Block Foundations G Chimney Repairs G Basement Floors G Garage Floors G Steps & Walkways G Cultured Stone G G
Free Estimates 154 Pine Grove Road Arnprior
Music Lessons in:
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FLUTE MANDOLIN BANJO VOICE
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613-622-0996 / Cell 613-796-7583
Wood Energy Technical Transfer Inc.
JIM SWALM Home Repairs & Renovations Kitchens, Baths, Windows, Doors & More...
Bus: 613-687-8154 ext 239 Cell: 613-312-5005 Fax: 613-687-5294 Toll Free: 1-888-251-8184
116 John Street North • Downtown Arnprior
KENT O'BRIEN Estimating and Sales firstname.lastname@example.org
Dennis Schnob Rooﬁng Ltd.
RJ ROOFING & SIDING
JDM Renovation and Repair
*discounts for seniors
– paint – ceramic tiling – drywall repairs – ﬂooring and trim – minor electrical & plumbing – telephone wiring
Asphalt Shingles • Chimney Repairs Sofﬁt and Fascia • Siding
613-623-2123 cell 613-286-8496 bus
ROOFING & FRAMING
Asphalt Shingles • Metal • Torch-On Sofﬁt • Facia • Rainwater Custom Homes • Framing • Finishing • Siding
Fulcher’s EST. 1975
Metal or Asphalt Re-Rooﬁng, Roof and Chimney Repair, Facia, Sofﬁt & Siding Roof Inspections Renovations
Septic Systems • • • •
Excavation Rock Walls Lot Clearing Driveways
• • • •
Aggregates Screened Topsoil Equipment Rental Floating
"From Stained Floors to Stained Glass"
QUALITY WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES
Duncan Campbell Licensed Carpenter, Almonte
613-623-7529 Fax 613-623-9261
Residential & Commercial • New Rooﬁng, Re-Rooﬁng, Serving Ottawa Roof Repairs & Valley for • All Work Guaranteed over 20 years
FOR ALL YOUR CONSTRUCTION NEEDS
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G. Plourde, Proprietor
Phone: (613) 623-2945 Cell: (613) 296-1073
Custom Masonry and Wood-Heat
49 Portage Road Petawawa, Ontario K8H 2W8 CONSTRUCTION INC.
ASPHALT & C
Main Street School of Music
No Job Too Small • Free Estimates Howie:
• Repair Work • Foundations • Parging
Painting, Yard Clean Up, Window Cleaning, Driveway Sealing, Basement Parging, Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery Cleaning
ST. MICHAEL MASONRY Daryl St. Michael
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• Bricks • Chimneys • Blocks
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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STAIR CAPPING 366539
Reface your Carpeted Stairs with Hardwood Quality adds equity to your home 30 years experience
FINISH CARPENTRY Railings, Hardwood Floors, Stair Cappings
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NEW RENFREW CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE
2010 Dodge Charge SE
2.7L, V6, DOHC, 24 Valve, 4-Spd. Automatic, Keyless Entry, Air Conditioning. Stk #035
2010 Chrysler 300 Touring 2010 Dodge Challenger 3.5L, V6 High Output, 4-Spd. Automatic, Keyless Entry, Power Windows. Stk. #A143
Plus 0% 36 mo.
5.7L V8 Hemi Mds, 5-Speed Auto, Air Conditioning, Pwr Windows, Fog Lamps Stk #A097
Plus 0% 36 mo.
Plus 1.99% over 36 mo.
OUT WITH 2010’S TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE NEW 2011 LINEUP! $
2010 Ram Crew Cab SxT 4x4 4.7L, V8 Engine, 5-spd Automatic, Air Conditiong, Power Locks, Pwr Front Windows. Stk #A097
29,999 Plus 0% over 36 mo.
2010 Grand Caravan NC, PW, Ph, Cruise Keyless Entry, Tinted Windows. Stk #A237
1-888-432-8532 Also 613-432-8532
2010 Dodge Journey P.W., P.L., A/C, Tinted Glass
19,799 Plus 0% over 36 mo.
376 O’Brien Road Renfrew ON
www.renfrewchrysler.ca *Grand Caravan C.V.P. excluded from 2.75% - FRT & PDE included, all Taxes not included. All Prices and payments are with rebates and consumer bonus cash off
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