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Garden idea grows Memorial Hall to boast new look this summer DEREK DUNN firstname.lastname@example.org
A massive new retirement residence; a bronze sculpture of a soldier holding a letter; a new plaza in the village; and now a garden for the front of Memorial Hall: Carp has a busy summer ahead of itself. The West Carleton Garden Club is spearheading a community initiative to beautify the centre of the village, often the ďŹ rst building visitors take note of after crossing the train tracks on Carp Road. The plan is to landscape the property at the blue-coloured hall. â€œThe landscape design includes a stone resurface to the front foundation, a retaining wall around the garden to level the soil, an interlock walkway up to a memorial bench, and, of course, perennial shrubs and groundcovers,â€? said Denise Burnham of the garden club.
â€œEventually, a commemorative sculpture and plaque will also be placed in the memorial garden.â€? The hall is a busy meeting spot for area associations and groups, including monthly meetings of the garden club, which is donating its time and resources to plan and implement the project and to maintain the garden in the future. The club has met at the hall for more than two decades. The idea germinated when the club realized its $2,500 was â€œburning a hole in our pocket,â€? according to Burnham. The Carp library project, as beautiful as it is, is largely ďŹ nished. Club members were looking for a new challenge. The problem is, with the municipality insisting on insurance and other costs, the club canâ€™t do the Memorial Hall project for under $20,000. See â€˜Gardenâ€™ page 2
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JONâ€™S STILL MAKING THEM SMILE The annual Jon Brunette Memorial Fun Day and hockey tournament saw almost 100 players on six teams enjoying Canadaâ€™s game at the W. Erskine Johnston Arena on March 15. Ready to hit the ice are twins Joey and Alex Strathern of the West Carleton Warriors, along with manager Jeff Pleau and event organizer Louise Roberge.
Near-even support for both Sterling and MacLaren as campaign closes Tory nomination battle looms DEREK DUNN email@example.com
At roughly 1,000 supporters each, the March 31 ďŹ nal battle between Norm Sterling and Jack MacLaren is proving to be as exciting as any provincial election. The two have campaigned for several months for the right to represent the Progressive Conservative party in the riding of Carleton-Mississippi Mills in the lead-up to Ontarioâ€™s 40th general election Oct. 6. Sterling, a centrist, is the elder statesman with 33 years experience in provincial politics. MacLaren, on
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Conservatives await Liberal rival He promised to serve no more than “two or three terms” and will dedicate his time to reducing the size of government. He maintains the way for the PCs to lose the coming election is ﬁght the McGuinty Liberals for the centre. The campaign spilled into local and national newspapers when MacLaren attempted to displace the long-time riding executive with his own people, a move many saw as too aggressive. It failed. Then came the now-infamous letter to a Toronto newspaper from Conservative MP Scott Reid, accusing Sterling of neglecting his constituents. Reid, MPP Randy Hillier and MacLaren are further to the right on many issues than Sterling. The latter two have been accused of doing more than showing support for one another. Liberal backbencher Rick Johnson sent a letter to Ontario’s integrity commissioner accusing Hillier of “abusing taxpayer
dollars” by using his website and legislative resources to help Mac Laren win the nomination. On Feb. 10, MacLaren sent out a campaign email that routed through the MPP’s constituency website to his own. If the commissioner establishes that MacLaren’s email account is paid for through Hillier’s constituency funds, an “improper use” of tax dollars meant for non-partisan purposes would be leveled. Hillier calls the “frivolous” controversy a technical error by a website operator, and isn’t worried over the outcome. “This is politics. It’s just another partisan shot by the Liberals,” Hillier said. “It’s a technical error by a third party.” He also denies supporting Mac Laren, saying he never gets involved in nominations. However, that’s not the way Sterling sees it, linking the two as closely as possible. “They are either sloppy or doing something wrong,” he said, then refusing to comment further.
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Observers say the internal bickering could open the door for a high-proﬁle Liberal candidate to steal the Tory stronghold in the fall election. But when Ottawa-West Nepean Liberal MPP Bob Chiarelli was asked on repeated occasions to address the campaign and provide an update as to whom might represent his party in the election, he was unavailable for comment. The nomination meeting at Sacred Heart High School in Stittsville is open to riding members of the Progressive Conservative party. With ﬁles from Geoff Davies.
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West Ottawa Soccer is looking for new locations to play after a ďŹ re at the Thunderbird Sports Centre on Feb. 28 severely damaged one of the indoor ďŹ elds. â€œWeâ€™re booking time at any indoor ďŹ eld in the city,â€? said Shelley Goertzen, general manager of West Ottawa Soccer. â€œWeâ€™re looking for gym time to backďŹ ll our competitive teams.â€? The Butler Building, which houses one of the indoor soccer ďŹ elds, was dam-
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In a rare gesture of community goodwill, neighbours are helping design and furnish an affordable housing development on Chrichton Street in New Edinburgh. While some shouting “not in my back yard” are labelled NIMBYs, others say “yes in my back yard” and are pushing for developments that could have a positive effect on their community. Jo-Anne Poirier, CEO of Ottawa Community Housing (OCH), says her group has seen far more success when it approaches neighbours and educates them about the beneﬁts and importance of providing access to housing – before shovels hit the ground. For OCH, the sound saws and hammering is something that hasn’t happened in ﬁve years. A lack of funding, coupled with skyhigh maintenance costs approaching $60 million each year, means the non-proﬁt group hasn’t been able to build any new affordable homes. But with Ottawa’s new mayor committed to making access to affordable housing a priority, getting people onside with potential developments could be more important than ever, Poirier said. As part of a $14-million promise to help alleviate homelessness and support affordable housing, during the election Mayor Jim Watson promised to create an opportunities fund with an annual $5 million budget, which would be used for a variety of needs from new construction and renovations to supportive housing. “We’re hopeful and very encouraged,” she said. “He has certainly committed to working with us to keep the other levels of government at the table as well.” Poirier said she has had initial meetings with the mayor and that discussions with stakeholders will continue early in the new year. OCH has completed an assessment of its buildings, so it already has a “roadmap” of where the community’s needs are and where investment in affordable housing should occur, Poirier said. Now, OCH just needs money.
But even with the necessary funds, a NIMBY attitude could stall or prevent affordable housing developments. And unlike the opposition to new condo or commercial developments that often get a lot of media attention, NIMBYism that aims to block affordable housing is an affront to human rights. That’s the message the audience at the latest Urban Forum lecture heard at city hall recently. Speakers including Marni Capp, the president of the Canadian Institute of Planners, and Sean Gadon of Toronto’s affordable housing ofﬁce said that housing is a right and neighbours who try to block it from their communities are violating that right. Furthermore, NIMBYism comes at a cost. Eating into that tight budget for affordable housing is an estimated two to 14
housing strategy that includes geographical areas of high need that should be targeted for future affordable housing developments, Capp said. The City of Ottawa addresses the issue through its Action Ottawa plan, which offers grants and relief from municipal fees in order to facilitate development of Pitcher Allan Litva in 2010 action affordable housing. The current projections (which WEST CARLETON ARNPRIOR are being re-assessed) suggest that Ottawa will grow by approxiBASEBALL mately 9,300 households annually until 2021. According historical trends, 40 underway for boys and girls per cent of this growth or some 3,700 new households annually aged 4 - 18 may face challenges in ﬁnding afWalk-in registration at the fordable housing. In 2004, Action Ottawa set a tarNICK SMITH CENTRE get of 500 Action Ottawa units per on March 26, 2011 year for 10 years – a target which included the assumption that fedbetween 10 a.m. to noon. eral and provincial grants would Or visit our website help out. Since then, the city has only http://wcalittleleague.com been able to fund 586 units, or 30 Registrations close April 7, 2011 per cent of its target. 456198 OCH provides 14,783 homes for DEBUNKING NIMBYISM about 32,000 people in Ottawa, but says there are about 12,000 people Capp, Gadon and Poirier were quick to on its waiting list at any given point out that not all community activism time – a wait that can take up to connecting your communities amounts to NIMBYism – in fact, public in- eight years. put often has a positive impact on shaping the development. “When education is a two-way street, and we’re sharing as much information as possible, everyone is working from the same fact sheet,” Capp said. But when NIMBYism takes hold, it’s never positive, Capp said. Complaints range from a potential reCHIROPRACTIC • ACUPUNCTURE duction in value for nearby properties Dr Paul Sly Dr. Trisha Gibson to safety and crime concerns when lowChiropractor Chiropractor income and supportive-needs residents move into the area. However, studies show that those concerns are unfounded, Capp said. Twentyﬁve out of 26 studies conducted in Vancouver found no negative impact on housing values (the last study was inconclusive, Capp said). Leanne Hiller Kimberly Capiral Donna Toole Hélène Wilson Other concerns include strains on pubRegistered Massage Registered Massage Nursing Certified lic infrastructure and more trafﬁc, and a Therapist Therapist Footcare Reflexologist negative impact on the character of the neighbourhood. Municipalities and developers need to make it clear that planning and zoning laws can’t be used to prevent certain people from living in a particular area, and that “affordable” doesn’t have to mean low-quality or unattractive. Real Estate Finally, the Ontario Human Rights Commission has ruled that NIMBYism Business Law W. John Rick BSc. LL.B can be considered a form of discriminaWills & Estates tion. Christine S. Thomas BSc. LL.B “Still, we have people trying to push Environmental Law Lindsay McIntosh BA (Hons.) LL.B the envelope … despite legislation,” Capp said. One way to combat discrimination is to open all public consultations with a message: no discriminatory remarks allowed. That way, the discussion can be more focused on positive ways to move the idea forward, rather than drag it down, Capp 591 March Road, Kanata T: 613-592-0088 said. What’s also needed is a comprehensive 359 Ottawa Street, Almonte T: 613-256-3480 www.rickassociates.com
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per cent dedicated solely to responding to NIMBY concerns, Gadon said. But rather than take an adversarial approach, Capp, Gadon and Poirier argued that there are far more effective ways to get neighbours to support affordable housing projects from the beginning – often with even more positive outcomes. In New Edinburgh, Poirier pointed towards the redevelopment of a derelict home on Chrichton Street that is changing attitudes about what affordable housing means in a neighbourhood. While the fact that a decrepit building will be replaced is fuelling some of the welcoming attitude, Poirier said the neighbours have realized the importance of providing a safe, healthy home for people who need one – even if it is in their own back yard. Neighbours have been involved in designing the building, and now the community is taking it a step further by helping furnish the six apartment units. “It’s a tremendous act of kindness that we ﬁnd very encouraging,” Poirier said. “There are many caring people in this community who are prepared to adopt and welcome affordable housing to their community.”
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CELEBRATING ST. PAT’S AT ST. PAUL’S Above, Abbey Cox, left, and Elisabeth Cox carry young Shanna Duego, decked out in St. Patrick’s jewelry, onto the dance ﬂoor at the St. Pat’s celebration at St. Paul’s United Church in Carp Saturday afternoon. Shirley Grant was the winner of the ‘Irish for a day’ tie, one of many prizes drawn during the event. Top right, Harvey Raycroft and Margaret Gibson twirl around the ﬂoor as Country Connection plays Irish songs. Gibson also entertained with several Irish-themed jokes. Far right, Barry O’Martin was decked out suitably as he sang Irish songs and told Irish jokes at the Carp St. Pat’s celebration. Right, Shanna Duego helps Linda Parsons with the prize draws.
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A 16-year-old male had reportedly freaked out on his mother after consuming an unknown quantity of MDMA (ecstasy) early on the morning of March 8. Emergency services were called in to help her deal with crisis and maintain control of the situation. The teen was taken to the Almonte Hospital for further observations. KICKING THE HABIT? Last Friday, a complainant handed over a bag full of contraband cigarettes to an on-duty patrol ofﬁcer and told him not to ask any questions. DEER COLLISION COUNTERS Week 10 and the total number of deer collisions reported in the West Carleton and Rideau-Goulbourn wards equaled two, one for each ward. The score now stands at 28 to 9 in favor of Rideau-Goulbourn. SUSPICIOUS HAPPENINGS On March 5 around 4 a.m., a homeowner on Weldale Drive in rural South
Kanata called 911 after an unidentiﬁed male banged on her front door and then rang the door bell. As the caller looked on from the safety of her home, she observed the male walking away and then backing a vehicle into her driveway. The male left the area before police could arrive on scene. On March 8 at about 9 a.m. on the Richardson Side Road in West Carleton, a suspicious silver two-door Hyundai car was observed driving onto the Thunderbird property. The unidentiﬁed driver navigated his way around some barricades that were used to prevent access. When a security guard attempted to stop the car from driving around the property the driver sped off and eventually ﬂed through an alternate exit. On further investigation of the vehicle’s licence plate information it was discovered the same vehicle had been spotted in the Rockland area after a complainant became concerned that the driver was casing the house. On Acorn Crescent in Constance Bay sometime during the overnight hours of Feb. 18, an unidentiﬁed person smashed in the front and rear windshields of a locked vehicle with a bat-like object. It appeared to the complainant that the suspect did not make any attempt to enter the vehicle
and nothing was reported stolen. VEHICLES TARGETED Unidentiﬁed culprits broke into a locked motor home in West Carleton sometime between 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 9 and 9 a.m. Thursday, March 10, and stole several pieces of commercial equipment. The motor home was parked in an open ﬁeld off William Mooney Drive and it is believed the culprits broke into the vehicle through the passenger side window.
Reported stolen were a Honda generator valued at $2,000, a Honda Gorms transfer pump, a Dewalt grinder and a set of Mastercraft hand tools. Sometime between 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 9 and 6 a.m. Thursday, March 10, unidentiﬁed culprits riﬂed through a complainant’s unlocked vehicle on Baskins Beach Road and stole a pair of black sunglasses valued at $20. The calls were among 34 patrol ofﬁcers in the West Carleton area responded to from March 4 to 10.
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The O’Reilly Factor – 2010 in review. Okay, not the political commentator of Fox News, Billy O’Reilly, but even better, the Ottawa Police Sergeant Barb O’Reilly. Barb O’Reilly provides a synopsis of what went on in the West Carleton area in 2010, during the busiest time period of the year – summertime. Also, this synopsis provides an insight into what can be expected for 2011. Each year the Ottawa Police Service prepares a focused plan for West Carleton to address speciﬁc summertime concerns raised by community residents. The action plan runs from June through September and involves activities such as RIDE Programs, targeted trafﬁc enforcement, and high visibility foot and bike patrols in known hotspots. Our activities are derived from complaints received, analysis of the calls for service for the area and the results of the environmental scan. Historically the top three concerns of Ottawa residents indentiﬁed through the environmental scan conducted by the OPS are speeding and aggressive driving, break-and-enters and thefts from vehicles. Following are some of the results of the 2010 West Carleton Summer Action Plan. From June through to September, 2,601 Provincial Offence Notices (PONs) were issued in West Carleton. Of that total, 1,043 were for speeding, 183 for stop sign offences, 87 for improper headlights, and 36 for distracted driving. The remainder of the PONs issued
were for document-related offences such as fail-to-surrender-insurance or driver’s license. Six RIDE Programs were conducted in West Carleton with 506 vehicles stopped, four roads side tests conducted and two three-day suspensions issued. Of the 173 calls for service attended to by OPS in Constance Bay from June 1 to Sept. 30, 25 were either alcohol-related, regarding beach-goers or both. In 2009 OPS received 201 calls for service in Constance Bay during the same time period, of which 28 were either alcohol-related, parties on the beach or both. In comparison, although the calls for service are comparable, there were only three calls for service in 2010 regarding large parties involving youths drinking compared to 16 such calls for service in 2009. On four occasions this past summer, the Ottawa Police Marine Dive and Trail Unit patrolled the Ottawa River up to Fitzroy Harbour. In total 35 warnings and ﬁve PONs were issued for marine-related offences. The unit also responded to one noise complaint regarding a boat. Generally speaking property crime such as break-and-enters and thefts from vehicles increase during the warmer months and are usually crimes of opportunity. Entry is routinely gained through an open window, an open garage or via an unlocked car door. With the assistance of an astute resident, the Ottawa Police were able to arrest a male and female team who were responsible for a number of rural residential break-and-enters.
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t. Patrick’s day is celebrated the world over, in countless countries by countless cultures. It is no longer a solemn religious ceremony or an act of political defiance. It is about family and friends getting together to share a few of the more popular aspects of a cherished people. On this day, March 17, we are all Irish. It is our hope the same will be said one day in the near or not-too-distant future about other celebrations. And it seems that is happening already. Many non-Chinese participate in the twoweek Spring Festival. Non-Indians are welcome to join “Diwali” or the Festival of Lights. Even “Eid al-Adha” or Festival of Sacriﬁce is something more and more non-Muslims have come to recognize in western countries. However, it is the Irish we have to thank for leading the way when it comes to sharing cultural traditions. Saint Patrick (c. AD 387-461) is the most commonly recognized of the patron saints of Ireland. Little is known of his early life, though he was born into a wealthy Romano-British family in Roman Britain. At 16 he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and taken to western Ireland. According to his confessions, God appeared in a dream and told him to ﬂee to Gaul - modern day France – to become a priest.
In 432, he said he was called back to Ireland as a bishop to Christianize the Irish and “save” them from their native polytheism. Folklore says St. Patrick used a shamrock to explain the doctrine of the Trinity. After 30 years of evangelism, he died and was buried in Downpatrick. In the 1798 rebellion, to make a political statement, Irish soldiers wore full green uniforms on March 17 to capture public sympathy. Many of Irish heritage today know much of the history associated with St. Patrick’s Day. The point in bringing it up is not to enlighten, but to show that – many hundreds of years later, in a land far away from the Emerald Isle – the culture and tradition remains strong. It even grows. The same will likely be the case for the Chinese, various Indian cultures, and the followers of Islam. So it should come as no surprise to those who mouth the refrain “they should become Canadian. They should accept our culture and leave that other stuff behind” – that it won’t happen. And it shouldn’t happen. Culture and a certain fondness, even loyalty, to one’s birth country, is a strong and positive force. Again, even for those who weren’t born in Ireland, whose parents or even grandparents weren’t born there, they still count themselves among the “Irish for a day.” As it should be.
Yes, it’s the 21st century — so what? The weakest of all arguments is that we’re in the 21st century. You hear it all the time. Somebody makes a proposal. Somebody else opposes. Then the supporters say to the opponents: “Don’t you know it’s the 21st century?” Those of us who grew up in the 20th century remember the argument. It’s just been updated a bit. There are provincial government proposals to loosen liquor laws at outdoor events. The police say they’re worried. The police are accused of not knowing it’s the 21st century. The police have a feeling that drunken louts in the new century will closely resemble drunken louts in the previous one. There is a proposal to put up some giant ﬂashing billboard by the new convention centre, shining video and maybe, just maybe, advertising down on Rideau Canal skaters, tourists and distracted motorists. “It’s the 21st century,” the proponents say, when others ask why we need to complicate the natural beauty of that part of the city with humongous ﬂashing pixels. The canal, of course, was built in the 19th century, before such electronic miracles were possible. Skating on the canal
CHARLES GORDON Funny Town was brought to us in the 20th century by a man, NCC chairman Douglas Fullerton, who thought that the skating alone provided all the entertainment people would need. He was even critical of the early, non-electronic version of Winterlude, for putting entertainment on the ice to interfere with the skaters. He would not want to be skating in the 21st century with that thing beaming pictures down on his head. In the 21st century that we all recognize it is possible to do all sorts of things that were not possible in the 20th. This does not, however, mean that we have to do them. Take Twitter, for example. With Twitter, you can tell the entire world, more or less, what you think in 140 characters or less. On the day the great editor and
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writer Jim Travers died, tributes began appearing on Twitter, little notes saying how much Travers was appreciated, how much he would be missed. It was kind of a tribal ritual, with virtually everyone on Parliament Hill and many people beyond it, adding their abbreviated voices. Travers, who loved to laugh, would have laughed. Here was this technological miracle and people, one after the other, were using it to write ﬁve or 10 words saying, in effect, “I’m sad too.” It’s not that they weren’t sincere, it’s that this piece of 21st century technology trivialized their sincerity. A few days later, a memorial gathering was held at the Ottawa Conference Centre — a railway station for much of the 20th century. Many of the same people came and many others, 500 in all, and they behaved in an old-technology way. They talked and they listened and they laughed and they cried and they hugged each other. There was more power and emotion in that gathering than in a billion Tweets. The 21st century gives us the choice. We can Tweet or we can show up. Showing up still works best. In Ottawa, the second-weakest of reasons for doing something is that the city’s
image needs changing. People think Ottawa is dowdy, we are told by proponents of giant electronic billboards. We need to show some more ﬂash. Well, do we really? What’s dowdy about Ottawa? We have, thanks to the NCC, no billboards along the Canal and the parkways. Most people don’t complain about that. Some rather like it. What else don’t we have that other cities do? We have restaurants and nightclubs and festivals and theatres and galleries and shopping centres. We can even put together a bit of a trafﬁc jam. We also have a few things that other cities don’t have, such as a relatively peaceful life and an ease of access to the countryside. Even in the 21st century, why should we be apologizing for that?
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To the editor: The article in the March 10 West Carleton Review will be of considerable interest to those families who have made their home in what was once Huntley Township for the last few generations. To suggest that we would allow a memorial to our war dead to disintegrate into the “crumbled concrete monument” that is located at the foot of Falldown Lane is an absolute insult. Our memorial to our war dead is located at the corner of Carp Road and Donald B. Munro
Re: Genetically modiﬁed food safety questioned, West Carleton Review, March 10. Katherine Willow says she hates the idea of fear-mongering, but this is exactly what she’s doing by making false statements about the safety of genetically modiﬁed food. What she should have included in her letter to MP Gordon O’Connor is that genetically modiﬁed crops are subject to Canada’s strict regulatory standards which ensure that Canadians have access to one of the safest food supplies in the world. Extensive safety reviews are completed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Health Canada to ensure all products are safe for people, animals, plants and the environment. In addition, regulatory agencies around the world including the World Health Organization, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, have all endorsed GM crops.
Biotech crops are a crucial component of agriculture today and they hold even greater promise for the future especially when you consider how they can bring health beneﬁts to consumers by eliminating or reducing trans-fats; enhancing vitamin and antioxidant levels in fruits and vegetables and preventing blindness caused by nutritional deﬁciency in developing countries by increasing the amount of Vitamin A in rice. The fact of the matter is Canadians should feel conﬁdent to choose foods that contain genetically modiﬁed ingredients because Health Canada has declared they are as safe as traditional foods. Canada’s plant science industry welcomes questions about our products and looks forward to future opportunities to set the record straight about the safety of our products and our industry’s commitment to people, public health and the environment. Lorne Hepworth, president CropLife Canada
West Carleton TV anchor to speak at farmers night The Arnprior Lions will hold their annual tribute to farmers Thursday, March 24. CJOH Television news reporter and weekend anchor Catherine Lathem, who grew up on a farm in the Carp area, will be the guest speaker. The Farmers Night dinner will be held at 7 p.m. in the Arnprior
Masonic Hall. Tickets cost $15 and are available at M & R Feeds, Span Seed & Feed, Sox Plus in the Arnprior Mall, Valley Heritage Radio or from any Arnprior Lions Club member. For more information, call Bob or Brenda Bennett at 613624-5363.
To the editor: According to Alan Mills (West Carleton Review, Feb. 24), it is nobody’s else’s business whether he and his customers want to have a little friendly competition killing coyotes. And anyone who disagrees with his opinion must certainly have a personal vendetta against him. I do not think that the media, nor the public, is that easily manipulated. I have been an unwilling witness to the behaviour these illegal contests are encouraging and supporting. I have seen infractions of the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, yet neither the police nor the MNR are willing to deal with this issue. It is against the law to pursue or harass animals from vehicles, yet I have witnessed this hap-
Peg Blair West Carleton Editor’s note: Mr. Hodge mentioned the Memorial Hall while being interviewed, but the comments didn’t make the story. Also, the group needs to raise $111,111. A much lesser amount appeared incorrectly in the March 10 story.
pening from skidoos, four-wheelers and trucks. It is against the law to trespass, yet it is happening. I have seen a coyote being chased by dogs, with the hunter following in his truck, with no regard for public safety when the animals crossed a public roadway. Yet these hunting enthusiasts are the ﬁrst to say to pet owners who have lost their animals to hunters, oh well, your dog shouldn’t be at large. Talk about hypocrisy. It is the sense of entitlement that bothers me the most. Other’s rights are not considered. I used to enjoy walking the ﬁelds with my dog, but times have changed. I am now very aware that the most dangerous predator out there has two legs and a gun. Lynda Craig Metcalfe
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Drive. That’s why it’s called the Memorial Hall. Mr. Hodge is quite right when he states that most towns and villages in Europe have memorials, but he needs to study the history of the area he now calls home before he suggests that we, in the colonies, have somehow neglected those who have paid the ultimate sacriﬁce on foreign soil. I am attaching a sketch of the Memorial Hall that appears on the cover of a Huntley Township Historical Society publication. It was sketched from a photo-
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Conservatives not helping agriculture sector To the editor: As Chair of (Ottawa Valley Horticultural Association) OVHA, I can certainly feel for Ms. Willow of Carp Ridge Eco Wellness Ctr., as I have written to MP Gord O’Connor on many occasions about the lack of support for local farmers re the Conservative Harper government’s lack of initiatives in regards to unproven Genetically Engineered biotechnology. No responses are forthcoming and no questions are answered outright. These products are an effort mostly by Monsanto to get rid of small biodiversity farms. MPs Gord O’Connor, Cheryl Gallant and Scott Reid voted again, en masse, for getting rid of the agriculture program that was so effective in raising $2 million for inmates at Joyceville to feed themselves, as well learn to re-integrate in society to make way for superjails . No new programs were introduced to rehabilitate or educate inmates. This even while crime rates are declining. But I digress. As well, the Conservative Harper government voted, again en masse, against one of their own MP’s private bill C-474 to place a moratorium on GE alfalfa pending research how it may affect small farmers. I am sure that our MPs work hard. How-
ever, how hard are they working for us, their constituents, remains to be seen. And we should ask them that question before the next election. Why should we return them to ofﬁce to represent us? Their voting patterns indicate they vote strictly how Mr. Harper tells them to without any regard to local needs. I had the opportunity of attending the Standing Agricultural Committee this week and watched ﬁrst-hand the Conservative MPs and Conservative Chair block the Vote on Moratorium on GM Alfalfa, primarily to prevent them being on record as pro-Monsanto GM seeds and products like Roundup-ready alfalfa prior to an election. These products are not allowed for export to European Union so why are they “safe” in Canada. Do all their MPs believe as Kim Campbell that an election is no time to discuss important issues? Are we sheep? We seem to get the governments we deserve if we do not ask who are they working for. G. Bedard Chair OVHA and co-owner the Herb Garden Vendor at Carp and Ottawa farmers’ markets
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Because predatory birds ate When I was young each ducks and geese, they were spring I eagerly documented considered evil and thousands the return of the birds. were shot, snared, and poiSpring was ofﬁcial when soned under the guise of conEastern Phoebes and Loggerservation. head Shrikes joined the alHundreds of geese will soon ready returned Canada Geese adorn Mississippi and Ottaand Red-winged Blackbirds. wa River ﬂoodplains and wet While the other species ﬁelds throughout our area. might still be used as crude baIn recent years Snow Geese rometers of spring’s progress, have started making regular Loggerhead Shrikes sadly are Michael Runtz appearances. no longer found in our area These attractive geese have (with the exception of one deNature’s Way two colour phases. termined pair that has nested The white morphs were near Renfrew in recent years). But geese are certainly here today and originally called “Snow Goose” while the they are currently found in much greater “blue” morphs, which are blue-gray with a white head, were called “Blue Goose.” numbers than when I was young. We see more white morphs here. Not just Canada Geese have gone The smaller and rarer Ross’s Goose also through a population explosion; Snow Geese, Brant, Ross’s Geese, and the re- has two colour morphs. Both are told from Snow Geese by the cently named Cackling Geese (originally thought to be a small race of Canada lack of a “grinning patch” where the upper and lower parts of their much smaller Goose) have also increased. At one time Canada Geese were quite bills meet. Most geese seen locally are passing rare in Ontario. Jack Miner from Kingsville received great recognition for his through on their way to the tundra. When the females arrive on their nestconservation efforts in nurturing geese during migration, and encouraging them ing grounds, their body condition determines the number of eggs they lay. If they to stay and nest. It is ironic that one of the most hon- are fat, larger clutches are laid. In recent years geese are arriving in oured “conservationists” of our country great shape as a result of the converwas responsible for the destruction of sion of prairie to agricultural land in the countless hawks and eagles.
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Hockey Night in Kemptville I didn’t raise any hockey players. My girls enjoy watching the game live with a bunch of friends, but none of them learned to play. My nephew, on the other hand, was probably handed a hockey stick and ﬁtted for skates as soon as he could walk. My sister invited us to attend one of Riley’s hockey games the other night. I felt a little out of place, and noticed one or two people (high school classmates) looking at me as if they were wondering what the heck I was doing there. They probably thought I was there to take photos for the newspaper. The Farmer and I had thought ahead, bringing our fake-fur blanket to sit on in the stands. I remember going to hockey games with my Dad as a kid, freezing my bum to the seat. No real need for blankets here though – the stands in our new municipal centre arena are positively cozy, with heaters directed at the spectators. As Riley’s team skated onto the ice, I couldn’t believe how big he was. I see him
conﬁdent and quick on a few times a month when their skates and the puck he joins us for Sunday dinrarely gets past them. ner – and I buy him clothes I felt a little foolish yell– so I know he’s getting biging out loud at the players ger but, really, this is ridicat ﬁrst, but once you get ulous. I won’t go on and on caught up in the game, it’s or he will kill me. pretty hard to keep your Just as he started doing mouth shut. his lunge stretches I swear By the end of it I was I felt a presence settle in behoarse. side me. But probably not as bad Dad was watching his as the woman in front of grandson, and his favourite me, who kept letting out sport. this screaming squawk evI was told not to yell, “Go, ery time the play got excitPanthers” because both ing. teams on the ice had the THE ACCIDENTAL She made me jump evsame name. FARMWIFE ery time she did it. Riley is in Atom C3 so we I had to catch myself tried to cheer “Let’s go C3, Diana Fisher from giggling and pointlet’s go” but it didn’t have ing at some of the players much of a ring to it. I read somewhere that girls make really – their parents were probably sitting begood hockey players – particularly goal- side us – but at age 9 and 10 the kids are ies. I’m sure Hayley Wickenheiser (or is various shapes and sizes. Some of them have a bit of growing to that Wickenhauser?) would concur. Aly Thibert and Mickayla Petersen are do in order to ﬁll out their hockey jersey.
But that doesn’t stop them from contributing to the play. They just have to move those legs a little faster. I am not familiar with the rules of the game, nor can I follow it closely on the ice, so I won’t be giving a play-by-play of the action. Sufﬁce it to say, we were all on the edge of our seats, from the puck drop through to the game-ending buzzer. Spurred on by the cheers of his proud parents in the crowd (I don’t know whether the players can hear their names from the ice but I’m sure that energy travels), Ryan Hess glided up and scored the winning goal in the last few minutes. Don’t ask me to remember the score. Like I said, I’m no sports commentator. Just a new fan of a game that reminds me so much of my Dad. I could hear him yelling his low, gravelly encouragement to the players, and one in particular: “Atta boy, Riley!” Congratulations, all of you, and enjoy your March Break. I’ll be in the stands for the play offs!
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Kanata Theatre members are giving up their one night off during a show run in late March to host a fundraiser for a four-year-old boy. Connor Haynes is physically dependant on his family. He has no control of his muscles, canâ€™t hold his head up or sit up. He canâ€™t speak and his family is unsure how much he can see. Although Connor has been through a gamut of testing at the Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, results have been inconclusive. â€œHe smiles a lot,â€? said his grandmother Jenefer Haynes, who is president of the Kanata Theatre. â€œHe never complains. Heâ€™s got this lovely personality.â€? As Connor gets older, his parents need help accommodating his needs, said Haynes, who lives in West Carleton. Growing at the rate of other children his age, his parents are ďŹ nding it difďŹ cult to carry him up and down stairs. This is where the theatre comes in. ONE NIGHT ONLY
Everyone involved in the production of Cash on Delivery has given up their one night off to volunteer their time for a special performance, with all the proceeds going to Connorâ€™s trust fund. The money raised will help the young boyâ€™s parents buy a new wheelchair accessible van and build an addition on to their home so Connorâ€™s rooms â€“ bedroom, bathroom and others â€“ can be located on the main ďŹ‚oor. â€œThe whole idea of the fundraiser is to build Connor the rooms he needs on the ground ďŹ‚oor,â€? said Haynes, whoâ€™s been involved with the Kanata Theatre for 35 years.
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â€œ(His parents) are very humble, they like to be private and look after their own affairs. They ďŹ nally relented (about getting outside help).â€? When she pitched the idea to Connorâ€™s parents, â€œThey were just thrilled,â€? CONNOR HAYNES said Haynes. â€œWe want it to be a really fun night. Itâ€™s great to hear people laugh.â€? She said the cast and crew have been extremely generous in giving up their time. â€œWithout the blink of an eye, everybody is on board. Itâ€™s astounding how generous people are being.â€? There is monetary assistance to outďŹ t a bathroom for Connor and put a lift in the van, but there is no help for the actual extension or van itself, said Haynes. Haynes has already sold a number of tickets and has received donations from people in the community to put in Connorâ€™s trust. â€œItâ€™s amazing the kindness and generosity,â€? she said.
Connor has been invited to a rehearsal of the play to meet the cast and crew since heâ€™ll likely be unable to attend the performance, said Haynes. Connor, his ďŹ ve-month-old sister Gracie Mae and parents, Ed and Jane, live on a small farm in Lanark. The family moved out there because Connor â€œloves to be outside,â€? said Haynes. He takes part in therapeutic horseback riding in Perth, where he is laid across the horseâ€™s back in order to massage his muscles. â€œHeâ€™s able to hold his head up a little bit now,â€? said Haynes. Connor also attends classes three days a week at Maple Grove Public School in Lanark, when heâ€™s not ill. â€œHe has a lot of friends, especially a little girl who loves to hold his hand,â€? said Haynes. â€œHe loves it when the children sing.â€? â€˜A SPECIAL NIGHTâ€™ The special performance of Cash on Delivery will take place on Monday, March 28, at the Kanata Theatre, 1 Ron Maslin Way. Tickets are $25 and include a champagne intermission, and parking is free. The comedic play is intended for adults, and attendees should be over the age of 14, said Haynes. Tickets will not be processed through the Kanata Theatre box ofďŹ ce since the
night is being run on volunteered time. To purchase tickets, people can mail a cheque to Haynes: Jenefer Haynes, 201 Thomas A. Dolan Parkway, Dunrobin, ON K0A 1T0. For more information, people can call 613-832-3023. Haynes requested that if people want to donate to the cause but are unavailable for the night of the performance to refrain from purchasing tickets. Instead, they can donate to Connorâ€™s trust fund, which is set up at the Royal Bank of Canada in Stittsville, 1615 Stittsville Main St. There are no cash receipts since Connor is not a registered charity. The young boyâ€™s maternal grandmother, Sarah DeMarco, said the family appreciates all the help and support theyâ€™ve been receiving. â€œConnor has opened doors we would never have walked through otherwise,â€? wrote DeMarco, who lives in Richmond, in an email. â€œIt is not a life that grandparents would choose for their grandchild but as we share our lives with Connor, itâ€™s conďŹ rmed as Connor keeps growing, we have to put ourselves â€˜out thereâ€™ and appeal to your sense of humanity as a parent, a grandparent, a brother, sister or all of the above, to open your doors for an evening in Connorâ€™s name.â€? â€œI truly believe everyone will have a wonderful time,â€? said Haynes. â€œIt will be a special night for the people that come.â€? 453570
ers to practical information on everything from dealing with bats in the attic, to testing a well, to managing a woodlot or building a shore-friendly dock. An interactive topographical map lets landowners see how their property ﬁts into the larger natural landscape. For more detailed information on speciﬁc questions, Nature In Deed provides annotated links to tips from various sources across the province and, most importantly, it provides contact information for local people who can give advice and assistance, such as the local stewardship council, municipal ofﬁce, or conservation authority. “This website is for long-established country dwellers as well as new landowners,” von Rosen said. “It has province-wide relevance and will appeal to a woodlot owner from the Nipissing District just as much
ﬂocking to small towns and rural areas in search of a healthier lifestyle, cleaner air, purer water and dark, star-ﬁlled night skies, but many of them have only a superﬁcial, and often romanticized, concept of country living.” Von Rosen points out many have never owned a home with a well or a septic system, never used a wood stove and never had to share their living space with deer, bears or other wildlife species. “Most are not aware of regulations, environmental tax incentive programs, ‘best management practices,’ and a host of things that are an essential part of successful rural living today. Although information is out there, new rural residents aren’t sure which resource agency to call.” Nature In Deed links rural landown-
Rural landowners now have a place to turn for comprehensive information about rural living and land management. The Lanark County Stewardship Council, with input from former Environmental Education of Ontario chair Elise Houghton, partnered with several non-government organizations and the Ministry of Natural Resources to develop a web portal linking rural landowners to practical information. Nature In Deed www.natureindeed. com was recently launched. “Back in 2007, a small group of folks in eastern Ontario began to meet to discuss how they might respond to what researchers have identiﬁed as a new movement in rural Ontario called ‘rural rebound,’” explained Franziska von Rosen, Lanark County Stewardship Council chair. “Aging urban baby boomers are
as a hobby farmer from the Niagara fruit belt. Resources and information are provided for a variety of natural landscape features, whether it’s forest, wetlands, farm ﬁelds or lakefront.” Stewardship Coordinator Jeff Ward says when the steering committee ﬁrst met they had no idea the project would grow to this magnitude. “At the beginning we were dealing with a notable increase in landowner queries about ﬁshers in eastern Ontario and we were thinking about developing a video to help dispel some of the myths about them. “We soon realized that we needed a better way to get all kinds of information into the hands of rural landowners. Nature in Deed is now a one-stop information portal for country dwellers.”
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Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson is keeping a tally. As he ticked off the days remaining until his 100th day in ofﬁce, Watson also had his pen ready to check off a few election promises he kept in this year’s budget. The mayor says he keeps a binder of his 65-or-so election promises at his desk, he opens it once a week to check the progress he has made on those promises. “I see those campaign commitments I made as my contract with Photo by Laura Mueller the public,” Watson said. “They Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson marked 100 days in ofﬁce on March 9. gave me my marching orders on Oct. 25 (Election Day) and they said. expect me to follow through on Still, the city will be spending more this year than last year, esthose promises.” pecially on social housing (Watson made a $14-million commitment So far, he has knocked off about to bolster funding) and freezing recreation fees – another campaign 15 of those promises in his ﬁrst promise. budget. Watson said much the new money the city is spending is due to The biggest one was keeping new developments and growth. “As new subdivisions open, there are this year’s tax increase to 2.5 per more roads to plow and sidewalks to plow,” he said. “If you go down cent. It’s a commitment he made to Riverside South, month to month you wouldn’t even recognize it for each of the four years of his because there are so many houses going up there. You see what’s hapterm. The ﬁrst year, Watson’s pening in the east end. You see what’s happening in Kanata – these “honeymoon” budget, will stick are huge developments that are taking place … The populations are out as the easiest, particularly exploding there and we have to provide those services.” because the province took on the There are also 75 kilometers of new roads for the city to maintain, cost of some social programs, not to mention new parks, and that is not possible without adding freeing up about $25 million for more staff, Watson said. the city this year. Under former mayor Larry O’Brien’s tenure, the tax hike was small in the ﬁrst year of the term, was douH O M E S ble the rate of inﬂation in the IS YOUR NEW HOME WAITING FOR YOU? last three years 1370 SqFt Blk 1 C $194,900 of the term. The Buckingham Two-Story Townhome, 3 Bedrooms, 1 ½ Bathrooms That’s because past council’s 1370 SqFt Blk 1 A $209,900 raided the city’s The Buckingham Two-Story Townhome, 3 Bedrooms, 2 ½ Bathrooms, Includes a Gas Fireplace reserve funds to head off tax inThe Buckingham 1325 SqFt Blk 1 F $209,900 creases. Two-Story Townhome 3 Bedrooms, 2 ½ Bathrooms, Includes McEwan Hardwood & Ceramic “The city went through a 1125 SqFt Lot 9 LHS $227,900 number of years The Rockport Semi-Detached. Bungalow, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms and Main Floor Laundry, Lighting of tax freezes, upgrades in Kitchen, Sun Tunnel and guess what happens the fol1300 SqFt Blk 2 C $229,900 lowing year? The Brooklyn Semi-Detached Bungalow, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Main Floor Laundry, The taxes go up above the rate of Gas Fireplace Included inﬂation, Wat1735 SqFt Blk 2 A $237,900 son said. “We The Carleton Two Story Semi-Detached, 3 Bedrooms, 2 ½ Bathrooms, Main Floor Laundry saw that in the last council.” 1355 SqFt Lot 131 CB $267,900 Both council- The Mayfair Single Bungalow, 2 Beds, 1 ½ Baths, covered Porch & Deck, McEwan Hardwood in lors and citizens expressed their Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen & Hallway, McEwan Ceramic in Foyer & Bathrooms support for a 1660 SqFt Lot 126 CB $279,900 2.5 per cent in- The Bradford R. crease, Watson Two-Story Home with 3 Beds, 2 ½ Baths, Extended Bar Top, Gas Fireplace Included said. “They see The Fairfax 1935 SqFt Lot 97 CB $299,900 that as a ﬁgure Two-Story Home, 3 Beds, 2 ½ Baths, Gas Fireplace, McEwan Ceramic in Foyer, Kitchen, Sun that allows us Room, Bathrooms, Laundry Room, McEwan Hardwood in Living Room & Dining Room to grow as a city, and also that it’s Visit our Ofﬁce and Model Home on Baskin Drive in Arnprior in the rate of inMonday - Friday 8am - 4:00pm, Saturday & Sunday 11am - 4pm ﬂation,” Watson
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This year, the city will hire 295 net new positions: 45 ﬁreﬁghters, 24 paramedics and 75 bus drivers who will help the city save money be reducing the amount of overtime drivers work. “It’s mostly people on the front line providing services because our city is growing,” Watson said. Watson checked the budget off his list of accomplishments in his ﬁrst 100 days in ofﬁce, but transit issues will likely occupy the next 100 days. Contract talks with the city’s bus-driver union are set to begin soon. On top of that, the city’s transit commission will hear ideas to make the bus system more efﬁcient, including route cutbacks, as well as a new business plan for OC Transpo. “For far too many years, the system has been micromanaged and cobbled together to the point
where it is no longer ﬁnancially sustainable,” Watson said. The debate could prove to be the most divisive yet for this congenial council. “It’s going to be a challenging debate because it becomes very personal,” Watson said, with councillors defending individual routes in their wards that will affect their residents. Transit is also on the mayor’s mind when it comes to the city’s planned $2.1-billion light rail system. Keeping the costs within the budget, which is estimated in 2009 dollars – won’t be easy. “I’ll be fully at ease when the tenders come in,” Watson said. “Until those ﬁgures come in, we can estimate as best we can, but the reality is it will be up to bidders to come up with a price. But Watson said he’s committed to seeing the project through. 456015
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650 Upper Dwyer Hill Rd. $189,900 78 acres of clear land with some trees at rear of property. Zoned Rural allowing for a number of uses.(Small portion of EP Zoning at rear of property). Perfect building site, hobby farm potential, home based business. Paved road MLS #782485
Well established family owned saw mill with excellent customer base. Circular saw operation, planing mill and dry kiln. 5 acres of land. List of equipment included as well as ﬁnancial records available to qualiﬁed purchasers. 75 years in business. Excellent opportuinty to own and operate your own business. On going operation - listing agent to be present for all showings. MLS #782485
113 Willola Beach Rd Fitzroy Harbour $231,000 Available immediately - Hi Ranch home - 3 bdrms, 2 baths on 1+ acre. Hardwood on main level, laminate on lower level, ﬁnished basement. 3 season room. Oil and wood heat - close to Fitzroy Provincial Park and the Ottawa River. MLS #784003
00 County Rd 29, Pakenham $36,000 10 acres of clear land presently used for agriculture. Building site close to eastern side of property. Hydro easement. MLS #782822
1024 Blakeney Road Pakenham $389,900 150 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 #779294
7 Ridgeview Dr. Braeside $144,900 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
3430 Hwy. 17, Kinburn $59,900
2 acre building lot 20 minutes from Kanata on a paved road – nicely treed MLS #779294
4746 Shaw Rd, Pakenham $39,000
1 acre building lot. Buyer to confirm setbacks with Township. Ready for immediate use. MLS #782824
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JONâ€™S MEMORY Jon Brunette lost his life in a snowmobile accident on this date, March 17, exactly eight years ago. Since then his mom Val, above, and the family hold a tournament and sponsor promising young players like Evan Graham, left, and Colby Cochrane. Jon played his minor hockey in the West Carleton Minor Hockey Association system during the 1990s and with the Ottawa Valley Titans from 1998 to 1999. He then played three years with the Arnprior Packers team. The photo on the right shows Timbits from the West Carleton Warrior scoring a goal against Ottawa East Zebras.
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ALL SAINTS WIN IMPROV GAMES The All Saints High School team won the The Canadian Improv Games (Ottawa Regional Tournament) at the NAC on March 5. Second place went to Canterbury High School and third to St. Joe’s. Fourth and ﬁfth went to Glebe and Lisgar, respectively. The All Saints team moves on to nationals, which will take place April 19-23 at the NAC. Prior to regionals, All Saints also took ﬁrst place at the Connors Cup Competition held in December. Holding the trophy, from left, are Joey Assaad, Amanda Logan, Cameron Reed, Matt Brooks, Wyatt Lang, Shayne Cowan-Cholette, Greg Martin, Sean McCabe and coach Shawna McSheffery.
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Lovely renovated century home in the Village of Pakenham! Warm country kitchen includes appliances. Large main ﬂr family rm with gas f/p. Main ﬂr laundry and powder rm. Formal LR. MLS#784546 $219,900
New Listing! Open House 2-4 pm Sun. Mar. 27th @ 3593 Diamondview Rd., Rural Carp/Kinburn Affordable & spacious 3 bedrm home on 100’ x 200’ lot with beautiful views & sunsets, 2 car garage, large back deck, hardwd & tile on main level, 2 ﬁreplaces, ensuite, awesome lower level famrm, 5 appliances, ﬂexible possession! $249,900
New Price! 3696 Becks Road, Woodlawn Cozy & charming, older 3 bedrm home in a tranquil, wooded setting on a dead end country road only 2 mins from Stonecrest Public School and Kinburn Sensplex. This home has newer windows, lots of oak cabinets in the eat-in kitchen, 1.5 baths, forced air oil heating and 4 appliances. $174,900
Waterfront! 134 Scenic Lane, Buckhams Bay West Breathtaking Ottawa River property at the mouth of Buckhams’ Bay. Old cottage is in “as is” condition & value is in the lot to build new among other beautiful waterfront homes. 15 foot right of way exists down west side of lot for adjoining neighbour to access river. Get ready to build now only 25 minutes to Kanata $234,900 Business For Sale! Hot Lines Tanning Studio 1667 Carling Avenue between Clyde Avenue & Churchill Avenue operating now for 20 years in the same location, this trendy & upscale studio has built its reputation resulting in a loyal clientele base. Open 7 days a week with 6 tanning beds (owned not leased) & space to add rooms for additional, desirable beauty & wellness services for the aspiring entrepreneur! $59,900
New Home Ready Now! 88 Creek Dr., Fitzroy Harbour Beautiful 3 bedrm bungalow, river views of Carp River, large insulated 2 car garage with opener, western red cedar decks, open concept, stunning granite kitchen, hardwd & ceramic ﬂrs, oversized ensuite shower, main ﬂr laundry! 4 kitchen appliances & c/air. Comes with Tarion New Home Warranty! $399,900
SOLD! 5541 Ferry Road, Fitzroy Lovely 3 bedrm country home in a private 1 acre setting only 35 mins to Kanata featuring a circular driveway, 2 car garage, L-shaped living & dining rm, huge oak kitchen, lower level famrm has walkout to yard, cheater ensuite, new woodstove & chimney 2009 & new septic 2009. List price $249,900
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Bungalow on the Avenues 3+1 bedroom, gas heat, hardwood ﬂoor. MLS# 778684
Rhody’s Bay, 3 season cottage. Comes with all furnishings, beach access. MLS #784473
MLS# 781192 SOLD A New Spot to Advertise Your Home!
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A pleasant surprise awaits you in this bright & spacious 3 bedroom bungalow meticulously clean & nicely decorated. Hardwood ﬂoors, 2 ﬁreplaces, rec room & main ﬂoor laundry will meet everyones needs! MLS# 784725 $289,500
As cute as they come! This 3 bedroom home is a great starter for the young family. It is nicely renovated with ceramic ﬂoors, upgraded kitchen & baths. MLS# 781558 $204,900
Spacious 3 bedroom raised bungalow on a large pie-shaped lot- h.w & laminate ﬂoors, f.p, rec room, 2 baths and more! 5 appliances clean & move-in ready! MLS #784062 $236,900
Custom-built 2+1 bedroom bungalow beautifully decorated and built with quality in mind. Gourmet kitchen with built-in appliances, gleaming hardwood ﬂoors, 3f.p’s and a fully ﬁnished basement that could accommodate and in-law suite. MLS #784943 $579,900
Spacious 3+1 bedroom brick raised ranch in a quiet cul de sac within walking distance of the Civic Centre. 2 baths, f.p., rec room, beautiful large lot with private rear yard and an extra garage/workshop. MLS #775513 $344,900
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MILL RIDGE DR., 5 ACRES, #779758, $77,500
Wonderful 3 bedroom bungalow with oversize garage on large fenced yard. Covered rear patio. Lovely gas ﬁreplace in livingroom. Beautiful perennial gardens. 5 appliances included. $209,900 MLS#783917
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Monica Scopie Broker 613-623-4629
Wonderful home and workshop on parklike setting in great community of White Lake. Large lot. Close to water. Plus so much more. Call Cliff 613-868-2659. $259,900 MLS #769181
Handy Person Wanted. Great potential with this 2 bedroom 2 bath home. Garage. Main ﬂoor family room. Call Monica to arrange an appointment. $129,900 MLS# 775520
Well maintained and updated, 3 bedroom brick bungalow with single car attached garage. Lovely backyard. $239,900. Call Cliff or Susan MLS# 774326
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Super 3+1 bedroom bungalow located on a family friendly street with no rear neighbors. Main ﬂoor laundry, oak kitchen w/walk-in pantry. Oak hardwood ﬂooring in living, dining and family room. Enjoy the ﬁnished lower level w/large recreation rm, den, 4th bedrm, workshop/utility. Deck to fully fenced back yard. Double attached garage w/inside access. $299,900 MLS# 781903
Executive home in a prestigious area. Spotless décorwaterfront. $579,900 MLS#781343
WATERFRONT - NEW PRICE! EXCELLENT VALUE, COTTAGE WITH WELL AND SEPTIC ON BEAUTIFUL WHITE LAKE MLS #771019 $259,900 FAMILY HOME/WATERFRONT RECREATION ALL 4 SEASONS, SPACIOUS BUNGALOW, MLS # 772963 OFFERED $489,900
Spring and Sold signs 2 of my FAV’S! BEAUTIFUL SETTING ON EDGE OF TOWN MID SIZED BUNGALOW OFFERS MANY UPGRADES THROUGH THE YEARS, HEATED GARAGE, MLS #780610, OFFERED AT $339,900 WATERFRONT-MADAWASKA RIVER, SKI HILLS, BOATING, SWIMMING, FISHING WONDERFUL FAMILY RESIDENCE MLS #771453 $430,000
Beautiful split level, no neighbours behind! MLS #783700 Offered at $289,900. Your host Donna Defalco 613-979-2601
ARNPRIOR, DOUBLE GARAGE/WORKSHOP, WALK TO ALL AMMENITIES. MLS #784564. OFFERED AT $159,900 Call Mike or Donna Defalco 613-979-2601
ENJOY THE INGROUND POOL OASIS, AT 31 CRANSTON STREET, ARNPRIOR. Attractive 2 storey with so much to offer the growing family. MLS #781496 Offered at $314,900. Call Mike or Donna Defalco 613-979-2601
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Upgrated 3+1 bedroom home in great family area. Fully ﬁnished lower level with full bath, gas stove, extra bedroom. All appliances included. Fenced, private yard. MLS# 781443 $269,900
Ceramic tile & hardwood throughout. All appliances included. L.r. with gas f.p. Just move in and enjoy! MLS#781261 $249,900
Immaculate 2+2 bedroom home overlooking Ottawa River. Wraparound cedar deck, double sided gas ﬁreplace in master bedroom/l.r. Located minutes to town. MLS#781697 $459,900
Triple brick 4 bedroom home completely renovated. Fenced, landscaped lot, inground pool, heated workshop. You won’t be disappointed! MLS# 778889 $329,900
Minutes from town. Cleared, fenced lot. MLS #762041 $39,900
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Home looking for a handyman! A bungalow on 5 acres master bedroom w/ensuite, original hardwood ﬂrs, three decks, garage/workshop, storage sheds. Located minutes from Arnprior. MLS 784636 $165,000
Private woodland setting on 7 acres - 3 bedroom bungalow w/double garage, laminate ﬂrs thoughout, new 4 pce bath, perennial gardens, creek and walking trails. Don’t miss seeing this property! MLS 782723 $319,900
Wow! 360 feet of waterfront on Calabogie Lake with a furnished 3 bdrm, 2 bath home, large screened porch, boathouse w/ sleeping quarters and two cribbed docks. Close to ski hill, golf course, ATV & hiking trails. Move in today and enjoy! MLS 783722 $550,000
New listing - 2+ acre building lot with 147 feet on Norcan Lake with Hydro and Bell installed. MLS 784078 $189,900
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Walk The Bay to aid research on women’s cancers Come walk the bay with three local ladies participating in the Weekend to End Women’s Cancer. The team “The Rack Pack” needs to raise $6,000 just to even walk in the event they have committed to; so they need your support. The walk starts at the
Constance Bay community center and is about 8 km long, ending up back at the community center. You can walk with them part way or the whole route. Rollerblade, bike, walk the kids, the dogs you name it. Walk slow, walk fast doesn’t matter. Participation is what
will make this walk a success and help raise money for a great cause. Donations strongly encouraged. Walk is Saturday, May 14 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Any questions feel free to call Shawna at (613) 8322479. See you there and wear your pink.
Donate to Japan relief efforts On March 11, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit Japan leaving thousands of people dead, and many more injured or missing. Canadians wishing to help support relief efforts underway are encouraged to contribute through: • Canadian Red Cross, 1-800-418-1111, or texting the word ASIA to 30333 make a one-time donation of $5, www.redcross. ca;
• UNICEF Canada, 1-800-567-4483 or texting the word GIVE to 45678, www. unicef.ca; • World Vision Canada, 1-800-844-7993, www.worldvision.ca; • Save the Children Fund, 1-800-4649154, www.savethechildren.ca; • Care Canada, 1-800-267-5232, www. carecanada.ca; • Oxfam Canada, 1-800-466-9326, www. oxfam.ca.
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MARCH 17 • March (24,31) the Huntley Friendship Club is hosting a series of six-hand euchres at 1 p.m. in the Carp Memorial Hall, 3979 Carp Rd. $4 per person. Prizes and refreshments. Everyone welcome. • St. George’s Anglican Church in Fitzroy Harbour will hold its annual Irish Stew Dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m. (Beef stew, Irish soda bread, salads and deserts) admission is by a freewill offering. • Come down to West Carleton Branch 616 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Constance Bay for our St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Sing along to Irish music and enjoy Irish stew starting at 5 p.m. Live entertainment in the lounge at 6:30 p.m. with Billy Wilson & Co. • On Thursdays, six-hand euchres take place at 7:30 p.m., Galetta Community Hall, Sponsored by the Galetta Community Association. Refreshments and prizes included.
MARCH 18 • Beneﬁt Dance for Evelyn Reid, victim of a house ﬁre, at the Carp Agricultural Hall from 8 p.m. -12 a.m. Donations will be accepted at the door or at the Royal Bank in Kinburn or Scotia Bank in Carp. For more information, call George Wilson at 613-839-3455 or Norma Baird at 613-839-3060.
MARCH 19 • Ladies Annual Open Dart Tournament at the West Carleton Legion in Constance Bay. Registration at 11 a.m., play at noon. All ladies 19 years and over welcome. For more info call Harriet at 832-1789 or the Legion at 832-2082.
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• The Corkery Community Association (CCA) annual general meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Corkery Community Centre, Carroll Homestead Park, 3447 Old Almonte Rd., Carp. Elections will occur for the board of the CCA. If you wish to seek election for any of the positions or wish more information as to the positions on the board, please contact Elaine Menard at 613831-3910 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note the discussions that will occur during the AGM may be pivotal to the future of the Corkery community, as the board will be seeking input from the community residents as to the future planning of the centre and of the association. Please refer to the website at Corkerycommunity.ca for more information. Hope to see you there. • The Huntley Township Historical Society presents Joy Forbes author of Perseverance Pranks & Pride - Tales of the One Room School House at 7:30 p.m. in the Memorial Hall, Carp on Tuesday. Joy has recorded the stories of local Ottawa Valley residents and their experiences in one-room school houses in Huntley, Goulbourn, Fitzroy, Lanark, March, Torbolton townships and others. Her book and calendars will be available for purchase at the meeting. Light refreshments will be served. Everyone welcome. Information: please call Suzanne 613-839-5203.
munity Centre and the Carp Outdoor Rink. Fees are $40 for T-ball and $60 for softball. For more information visit www.wcminorsoftball.ca. • St. Andrew’s United Church will hold, at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre, their annual Auction Sale - Treasures, Trinkets and Talents. Viewing and silent auction begins at 4:30; dinner starts at 5 p.m. This year’s dinner menu is a meatball extravaganza with champion cheesecake for dessert. For further information and a list of items as they become available for auction, please refer to www.ﬁtzroypastoralcharge.ca.
APRIL 2 Annual ‘Spring Fling Dance’ and fundraiser with the Mick Armitage Band and special guest Canadian champion ﬁddler Louis Schryer 8 p.m. until midnight, at the Carp Agricultural Hall. Dance, auction and light buffet Tickets are $13 single or $25/couple. Sponsored by the Ottawa Valley Commercial Horse Association. For more info, call 613-838-4024 or 613-829-081878. • Youth in West Carleton will host a Fashion for Today’s Youth at the Kinburn Client Service Centre, 5670 CARP RD., 4 p.m. Admission fee is $5. Fashions provided by Value Village. For more, contact Sarah Hanniman at (613) 5802424 X 43307 OR email@example.com.
APRIL 5 • Fitzroy Harbour Community Association Annual General Meeting is Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Pub night to follow with food and the Sens versus Flyers on the big screen. FHCA executive and volunteer positions available. Find out about 2010 successes and 2011 plans. Bring your ideas - come see what the community has to offer!
APRIL 8-10 • The Valley Fishing and Outdoor Show is back, bigger and better than ever, at the Carp Fairgrounds. Afﬁliated with the highly popular Valley Gun and Hunting Show held in the fall, the ﬁshing show is packed with equipment and services for every angler and outdoor enthusiast. For more, call Dave Arbour at 613-257-7489 or visit the website www.valleysportsmanshow. com.
APRIL 10 • The Animal Microchip Clinic is hosted by the Arnprior and District Humane Society. From 10 a.m. to 4p.m. located at the shelter 490 Didak Dr. Call 613-623-0916 for more info and appointments.
APRIL 12 • The West Carleton Garden Club presents Brian Carson and “In Search of the elusive Double Trillium” at 7:30 p.m., Carp Memorial Hall. Cost is $5 for non-members.
MONDAYS • Donate your skills to a good cause by helping us to knit and crochet items for local charities. For more information call Paula at 613-8322611 or Sue at 613-839-2542. Find us using Google search, just type in “wccknitters”. We look forward to hearing from you!
WEDNESDAYS • A parent-run playgroup at the Corkery Community Center at 3447 Old Almonte Rd. Share ideas and advice, enjoy a complementary coffee or teas. Please bring your own nut-free snacks.
MARCH 26 • West Carleton Minor Softball will be holding registration sessions from 9 a.m. to noon for boys and girls ages 4 to 18. Locations to sign up are: Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre, Dunrobin Community Centre, Kinburn Com-
• Does Food rule your life? Tired of diets that don’t work? Overeaters Anonymous will welcome you. No dues or fees. Meetings from 6:307:30 p.m., West Carleton Community Complex, 5670 Carp Rd. at Kinburn Side Road.
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Avalanche warning for Thunder Bay All Saints curling team wins city championship, prepares for provincials BLAIR EDWARDS firstname.lastname@example.org
The All Saints Avalanche won their third-straight city high school boy’s curling championship last week at the Nepean Sportsplex. The Avalanche cruised through the tournament, winning 13-1 in the semiﬁnals and 9-4 over the John Mcrae Bulldogs on March 1. But any celebration over the win was deﬁnitely low-key as the team has its eyes set on a bigger prize: the provincial championship. The Avalanche, who won the Ontario Federation of Secondary Schools Athletic Association boys’ curling championship in 2010, will defend their title at the provincial ﬁnals in Thunder Bay, Ont. on March 23-26. They hope to become the second team in OFSSA history to win a back-to-back high school provincial curling championships since Don Mills Collegiate Institute did it in 1994 and 1995. “I’m excited personally; especially since the provincials are far away in Thunder Bay,” said skip Alex Cormier. “We’ve been to the provincials before but it should be strong competition.” The team went 7-1 in regular season play this year, good enough for
second place in their conference. The Avalanche is missing two members of last year’s championship team: Brett Lyon-Hatcher and Sean Cormier, who both graduated in June, 2010. But their younger brothers have stepped in to pick up the slack, with Alex moving from second to skip, Cole LyonHatcher moving to ﬁrst and his younger brother Tyler (second) joining the team. The Lyon-Hatcher boys’ curling pedigree runs deep, with their grandfather, J.D. Lyon having played for teams Newfoundland and Manitoba. Another Lyon-Hatcher boy is waiting in the wings with Jordi, who plays on the All Saints little rocks team (for grade 7 and 8 students), eligible to play on next year’s varsity boy’s team. Rounding out this year’s team, Quinton Champion-Demers plays lead curler. The Avalanche has a strong team chemistry, said Trahan. “The boys like each other on and off the ice and that’s really important,” he said. The Avalanche also play together on competitive teams at the Huntley Curling Club. “Very seldom do you have four club members on a school team,” said Trahan. “If you have club members you have a chance to go pretty far.”
The All Saints Catholic High School boy’s curling team is preparing for the provincials after winning the city high school curling championship for the third time in a row. Above are Quinton ChampionDemers, coach Roger Trahan, Tyler LyonHatcher and, kneeling and holding last year’s provincial plaque, skip Alex Cormier. Photo by Blair Edwards
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An In Synch with Pink Festival and cancer awareness event is being planned in West Carleton. Sarah Bowen of the Heart and Soul Cafe and Vera and Hank Jones are organizing the
special event, which will be held Saturday, April 2 at the West Carleton Legion in Constance Bay from noon to 4 p.m. Bowen said In Sync with Pink will throw the spotlight on all women’s cancers. There is a need to give some of the lesser-known cancers and organizations a higher proﬁle,
she said. There will be shopping tables, a Savvy Seconds clothes swap, silent auction and plenty of opportunities for sharing information and networking, she added Admission is free to In Synch and there is plenty of parking. Bowen is looking for silent auction donations and volun-
teers to help with the event that day. It would be a chance for students to gain needed volunteer hours, she noted. In Synch with Pink is a ﬁrsttime event, but if it’s successful, it will become an annual happening, she said. For more information, check out the website www. treenuts.ca/pink.
Please be advised that on the March 11 flyer, page 20, the new Nikon L120 14.1 Megapixel Digital Cameras (WebCode: 10164976/ 80) are advertised with an incorrect price. The right price for this effective week should be $279.99. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our valued customers. 455275
X-ray foundation to approach businesses The community campaign to raise funds for the new X-ray equipment is well under way. Members of the West Carleton Health Access Foundation (WCHAF) said that anyone who received an email or a letter to please consider donating generously. New X-ray equipment means more efﬁcient, effective service for those in the western community, including Stittsville, Carp, Constance Bay, Kinburn, Kanata and even as far south as Richmond.
It’s an easy drive to the location at the West Carleton Family Medical building in Carp. The business community will be approached as well. Already several have indicated their willingness to participate in a signiﬁcant way. The WCHAF looks forward to working with them to achieve the goal. Please address donations to: West Carleton Health Access Foundation at P.O.Box 176, Carp, Ontario. A receipt for tax purposes will be sent out prior to year end.
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• Wage plus commission • Equipment Provided • Fun Place To Work GARAGE SALES • Advanced & On-going YARD SALES Training INDOOR YARD SALE • Flexible Working Hours at the A.F.A.C. Wing PLEASE 164 Argyle St. S. Renfrew, On. April 2. Call CONTACT 613-432-4485, 9:00 SUSAN AT: a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Ven-
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HELP WANTED: PARTTIME SEASONAL, Sales experience is an asset. Must have own transportation. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Hiring at The Sweet Potato in Carp. Must be available for lunch rush most days from April-October. Please call Joey at (613) 795-2634 or send resume to: thesweetpotato@ sympatico.ca
Until April 25, 9am-4pm Fulton’s Pancake House March Break: horse drawn rides, face painting, outdoor fun, taffy. Near Pakenham
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WELL ESTABLISHED LANDSCAPE company in Stittsville seeking experienced interlock installers. Excellent wages and year round work. Fax resume 613838-2804
NEEDED NOW-AZ DRIVERS & OWNER OPS-. We seek professional safety-minded drivers to join a leading int’l carrier with financial stability; competitive pay and benefits; great lanes; quality freight; on dry vans only. Brand new trucks available. Lease program Available. Call Celadon Canada, Kitchener. 1-800-3320518 www.celado ncanada.com
OPERATIONS MANAGER REQUIRED for gravel pit. Mechanical and equipment experience would be an asset. Full time position. APPLY in person 9-4 WEEKDAYS only. Nesbitt Aggregates 1766 Star Fleet Trucking Lochwinnoch Rd RenHIRING! DRIVERS, frew. 613-432-5764 FARMERS, RANCHERS & RETIREES needed OTTAWA’S Largest with 3/4 Ton or 1-ton Lawn and Property pickup trucks to deliver Maintenance Company new travel trailers fifth pays $120-$360 DAIwheels from US manu- LY for outdoor facturers to dealers Spring/Summer work. throughout Canada. Hiring honest, competiFree IRP plate for your tive, and energetic inditruck and low insurance viduals to fill our varirates! Pref. commercial ous 2011 positions. Lic. or 3 yrs towing Apply online @ exp. Top pay! Call www.Spring Craig 1-877-890-4523 MastersJobs.com www.starfleettruck ing.com PAID IN ADVANCE! Make $1000 Weekly Mailing Brochures from home. 100% Legit! InCOMING EVENTS come is guaranteed! No experience required. Enroll Today! www.national-work.com
MECHANICS & ELECTRICIANS: Procon Equipment is currently looking for full time permanent Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanics and Journeyman Electricians for our Nisku, Alberta facility. Must have certification. Preference will be given to any with underground experience. Excellent work atmosphere and benefits. Work schedule is 4 weeks on, 2 weeks off. Will also consider relocation or qualified individuals to Edmonton area from within Canada. Please fax resume to 780-955-2411.
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Physiotherapy Assistants and Kinesiologists Needed immediately for work in Renfrew. Excellent Remuneration. Rewarding Work. Email resume: Sandeep.Kulkar ni@Active Health.ca Fax: (613) 5996139 START Immediately. Stair Manufacturer requires shop help. Positions available for assemblers, finishers, and general shop help. Carpentry skill an asset, but will train. Must have own transportation and be physically fit. Fax or email resume to 613-838-2143 or email@example.com
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Number of Positions: Several Department: Editorial Department Location: Ottawa Do you have a ﬂair for writing? Do you have a passion for news and features and capturing the essence of every story? Are you detail-oriented, with superior written and verbal communication skills?
Metroland Media is seeking reporter/photographers for occasional freelance assignments in downtown and South Ottawa, Barrhaven, Nepean, Kanata, Stittsville, Kemptville, Perth, Renfrew, Smiths Falls, Carleton Place, Arnprior, West Carleton and surrounding areas. Interested candidates should submit their resume along with writing samples and clippings by April 15, 2011 to: Suzanne Landis Managing Editor Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Smiths Falls This Week has an immediate opening for an advertising consultant working out of our Smiths Falls ofﬁce. This position offers excellent earning potential and the opportunity for advancement with one of the most dynamic media companies in Canada. Interested candidates can email a resume with cover letter by March 18, 2011 to Paul Burton at: email@example.com
OZ Optics is currently seeking to ﬁll the following positions:
Responsible for design and manufacture of Fiber Optic Components such as polarization maintaining, high power, laser diode packaging, and hermetic feedthrus. Must have 5 years plus experience in Fiber Optics. University Degree is a Must.
Are you looking for a fast-paced, creative and challenging work environment? Is working with energetic, passionate people right up your alley? Are you an individual that consistently overachieves? If so, WagJag.com is looking for you!
Coating Specialist Responsible for: • Operation and maintenance of optical thin film deposition equipment. • Loading and unloading of substrates and fiber fixtures. • Deposition of optical thin film coatings. • Regular measurement checks of coating runs using a spectrophotometer.
Position Available: Sales Consultant Wagjag.com and Metroland Media Group currently have an excellent opportunity for a dedicated Sales Consultant to join our Ottawa team. The WagJag.com brand, a leading Canadian online daily deal destination, offers amazing deals on restaurants, spas, fashion, activities, and events on behalf of a growing number of retailers in Canada. We deliver great offers by assembling a group of “WagJaggers” with combined purchasing power.
Must have at least equivalent to a 3 year Community College diploma such as Mechanical Technologist, Photonics Technologist, Electronic Technologist
The Sales Consultant will introduce and sell WagJag.com’s daily deal marketing solution to local small and medium sized businesses in the Ottawa Region, while achieving aggressive revenue targets. The Sales Consultant will also service and grow accounts by managing client relationships before, during, and after the featured offers are presented on our website.
The ideal candidate will have 2 to 5 years experience operating and maintaining thin film deposition equipment in a production environment or proven ability to operate and troubleshoot relevant production equipment
If you are a highly self-motivated, energetic and results focused sales professional and want to build a career in the dynamic industry of online media, forward your resume to ottawa@ wagjag.com by April 21st, 2011
Stockroom/Shipping/Receiving Clerk Responsible for the movement of material into, within and out of Stockroom in support of Production and R&D. Will also be involved in receiving purchased and customer supplied material as well as assisting the shipment of finished goods.
THE POSITION: • Identify and cold call prospects to develop new business • Negotiate and structure sales agreements • Develop and build strong relationships with clients • Respond promptly to sales enquiries, and provide thorough customer follow up • Consistently deliver against aggressive revenue targets • Generate insertion orders • Contact advertisers regarding campaign optimization, growth strategies, and opportunities • Act as an ambassador of the brand
Accountant/Ofﬁce Manager - China Operations This position will be based in JiaXing, China, after a few months of training in Ottawa, Canada. The successful candidate will handle all the accounting, bookkeeping and record-keeping functions of our China subsidiary. This will include various aspects of the Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable functions for the China Company. They will also be involved in financial statement preparation, preparing journal entries, completing account reconciliations, the preparation of payroll and various financial analysis. In addition, the successful candidate will fulfill the duties of Office Manager. In this capacity, they will handle day-to-day office matters, handle various administrative duties and other office tasks as they may arise. Must be a team player and possess a strong work ethic, have a strong attention to detail and be able to meet tight deadlines.
ABOUT YOU: • 1-5 years experience in sales/account management with a proven history of achieving and surpassing sales targets • Experience in online or media sales preferred • Strong negotiation, presentation, and telephone skills • Experience in, and high comfort level with, cold calling to develop new business • Ability to build and develop effective relationships with clients and within the sales team • Solid organizational and time management skills • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dead-line oriented environment • Strong written and verbal communication skills • University or College Degree a definite asset • Valid Drivers License and a reliable automobile
We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted!
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With broken hearts we announce the passing of our dear Mom, Margaret on Friday March 11, 2011 in Bonnechere Manor, Renfrew. Margaret Lentz formerly of Arnprior at the grand age of 90 years. Predeceased by her husband Arnold (1981) and her son David (1984) and grandson Jamie York (2009). Loving mother of Nancy York (Doug), Bruce (Sandra) and Phyllis Rafter (Gary). Precious grandmother of Rod Wynn, Jason York, Erin McGibbon, Jennifer Hodgson, Amy Lentz, Sarah Murdoch and Catherine Murdoch. Great grandmother of Ethan and Paige Hodgson, Hudson and Harrison McGibbon and Graysen York. Fondly remembered by Mark and Jamie Belton. Dear sister of John Clark (Rosalind) of Kleinburg. Arrangements by The Boyce Funeral Home, Chapel Visitation and Reception Centre 138 Daniel Street N. Arnprior Respecting Margaret’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A private family service was held on Sunday March 13, 2011 at 2 p.m. in The Boyce Chapel. Final interment Arnprior Albert Street Cemetery. In memoriams to Bonnechere Manor were appreciated by her family.
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Murdoch, Wade John Campbell
July 18, 1961 March 10, 2011
September 30, 1968 March 8, 2011 (Founder, Arnprior Truck Centre)
Thursday evening, March 10, 2011 with family and friends at his side, suddenly and unexpectedly, David, in his 50th year passed away at the Ottawa General Hospital. David will be sadly missed by Deborah Taylor, his devoted partner of 22 years. Dear son and “little buddy” of the late Wyndham “Windy” Stubinski. Survived by his caring mother Doreen Stubinski (Warren) of Renfrew. Survived by his sisters Gail McQuade, Sharon (late Jim) Welch and Junie (Steven) McLaren and brother James. Survived by his only child Megan Burwell-Stubinski of Vancouver B.C. Thank you to the Emergency Team at Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital. Special thanks to Dr Cardinal and Dr Silvaggio and the nursing staff that compassionately cared for David at the General Hospital, ICU North. Arrangements by The Boyce Funeral Home, Chapel, Visitation and Reception Centre 138 Daniel Street N. Arnprior A private family service will be held in The Boyce Chapel. In memory of David, donations to the Arnprior & District Food Bank, PO Box 463, Arnprior Ontario K7S 3L9, are welcomed and very much appreciated by the family. Condolences/donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca.
Passed away at home in Arnprior on Tuesday afternoon, March 8, 2011 age 42 years. Beloved husband of Brenda (McCue) Murdoch. Daddy to Grace, Campbell and Duncan. Dearly loved son of Jack “Chip” and Lorna (Campbell) Murdoch. Cherished brother of Tanya Murdoch and John Murdoch (Karen). Much loved son in law of Fred and Ruth McCue. Brother in law of Mark McCue and Brent McCue (Carolyn). Dear uncle of Ryan McCue. Survived by many loving relatives and a family of friends. Arrangements by The Boyce Funeral Home Chapel, Visitation and Reception Centre 138 Daniel Street N. Arnprior A celebration of Wade’s life was held on Saturday March 12, 2011 at 3 p.m. in The Boyce Chapel followed by a time of fellowship and refreshment in St John Chrysostom Parish Hall in Arnprior at 6 p.m. In lieu of ﬂowers, donations to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation “Oncolytic Virus Research” c/o Dr John Bell, Arnprior Humane Society or Ducks Unlimited were appreciated by his family. Condolences/donations at www.boycefuneralhome.ca
Down the path of memories we slowly walk today, Our thoughts forever with you as life goes on its way Although we cannot see you, your voice is still our guide For always in our memory, you are present by our side.
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We would like to thank Carolyn Bayford’s neighbours on Poole Street for the generous donation to the Ottawa Hospital (General Campus) Cancer Unit.
Our deepest thanks to everyone who sent ﬂowers, donations, food and cards in memory of George (Dad, Grandpa) Campbell. We appreciate the excellent care George received from the Palliative Care team at the Civic (N.O.A. Unit) and Arnprior Hospitals. We also appreciate the continued support of family and friends. Sincerely, Betty (Campbell), Linda, Bartly, Lucas and Tessa Roberts.
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