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EMC news – Twenty-two years ago, the idea of a farmers’ market offering fresh and locally grown products was a novelty in Carp. Today, the Carp Farmers’ Market is the largest producer/grower market in Eastern Ontario and continues to increase in popularity. The market’s rich and proud history was celebrated Saturday as its 22nd birthday was observed. It was on June 23, 1990 the market opened to an enthusiastic crowd of 1,000. It was started by the late Hildegarde Anderson, who was an active resident of Carp. She had fond memories of the success of farmers’ markets in her native province of Saskatchewan and believed it could succeed locally. Market president Bob Dobson welcomed the public and a number of dignitaries to the celebration including Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren, West Carleton-March Coun. Eli ElChantiry, Kanata North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson, Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley and Stittsville Coun. Shad

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thing from carelessly discarded cigarette butts to shallow wells running dry to getting enough glasses of water in the day. It is like nothing Kinburn Farm Supplies owner John Herrick has ever seen before. “I’ve never seen it this dry. It better rain soon,” said Herrick, who’s been selling equipment and supplies to farmers for almost 30 years. “We need two or three inches of water and we need it now.” He said crops such as corn and soya are “a disaster” and that no amount of rain will bring some of them back. Even second and third cuts of hay are at risk. Others say the corn is two to three weeks ahead of normal growing time. And that hot summers come and go, just like cold winters. As for this year being a one-off versus a new reality for farmers to deal with? Herrick treads carefully. “Who knows,” he said.

Eli El-Chantiry also said he doesn’t know if this summer is a sign of climate change or a freak season. The West CarletonMarch councillor is focused on making folks aware to pull over when they see a volunteer firefighter flashing the green light in their private vehicle. And that it was likely a cigarette that caused last week’s Moodie Drive brush fire. “I know some people have a habit of throwing butts outside, but I hope to God people will think first,” he said. “And please, please out of courtesy please make room for the volunteer firefighters.” At Mountain Creek Golf Club up near White Lake, for five weeks now workers have been pulled from other areas to help with watering said club pro Jonathan Schaepper. “In this weather they are up at 3 a.m. to water,” he said. “And they have to do it by hose, because the sprinklers aren’t reliable in this wind.” Developer Greg Leblanc says walking in the woods in the Carp Ridge area this year is different than other years.

“Some of the trees are really stressed in a way I’ve never seen before,” he said. “And the ponds are really low.” Carp Garden Centre owner Tim Dyer said business is a disaster. He figures he’s losing about $100 a day in plants and trees. “The water just evaporates,” he said. “It’s been awful. And you only have a limited supply in wells. So you have to ration it out.” Dyer said it went from spring to cottage season, and that few are interested in gardening when the temperature is constantly in the mid 30 C range. The conservation authority said anyone in the Mississippi River Watershed who may be experiencing unusual problems or hardships due to low water are encouraged to contact MVC by calling 613-259-2421 ext. 233 or 243. The authority monitors weather conditions, river flows and water levels daily and issues watershed conditions bulletins as required. Find tips on conserving water and daily water levels and flows on the MVC website at www.mvc.on.ca.

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“As you know, it is a nice mix between crafts, arts and farmers…about a 70/30 split, about 70 per cent food vendors,” Dobson noted.

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“There are some great traditions. I love coming to the Carp Farmers” Market,” Watson told those assembled for the small ceremony. “You should be very, very proud.” The mayor thanked everyone for supporting local farmers, whom he noted are “going through some rough times” due to the ongoing drought conditions. “Anything we can do to help those farmers sell their produce and get the word out that there is still lots of good produced in Eastern Ontario, please do so,” the mayor urged. For MacLaren, being at the market is like coming home.

He recalled how he was an early vendor at the market. “I am a farmer. I have beef cattle and we use to sell beef here and we did that for seven or eight years. I was on the board of directors,” MacLaren stated, adding he was recruited for the board by Hildegarde Anderson herself. “It was her that defined the best way and the only true way we would be a long-term sustainable market was to be a producer based market. What that means is when you buy food here; you are always being it from the farmer, the gardener or the baker who produced that food.” He emphasized this is what

has made the market so special and so successful for so many years. “Now it is almost like an institution in the Ottawa Valley. It is a proud time for me to be able to say I was part of the Carp Farmers’ Market, I was a vendor here in the early years, that I was on the board and helped Hildegarde Anderson to create what I believe is the finest farmers’ market in the province of Ontario…good food is always a pleasure.” El-Chantiry spoke about how the Carp market “gave birth” to the Lansdowne Farmers’ Market. “Well done to the Carp folks

who brought their experience from here,” he said. He also spoke to the drought conditions in West Carleton and urged smokers not to throw cigarette butts out of car windows as it won’t take much to start a fire. Wilkinson, who enjoyed a bacon in a bun, called the market a “great facility” for everyone in the west end of Ottawa. “That is what we are trying to encourage people to use locally-grown food, and to make sure we have locally grown food when we need it and secondly, it really helps the economy of farmers in the community,” she said.

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paign trail-type tours across the province, Yakabuski came to old Nepean city hall – Ben Franklin Place – on July 16 to present his party’s proposal to change the provincial rules for public sector salary arbitration. He said the recent provincial budget failed to address the issue of “ballooning” public sector wages that are on the verge of bankrupting the municipalities that are stuck paying the salaries, Yakabuski said. He said the message the PCs are getting from Ontario mayors is that the province

“thumbs its nose” at municipalities and expects them to be able to raise property taxes to account for large public sector wage increases that have been arbitrated at the provincial level. The new Ontario Labour Relations Act rules proposed by PC leader Tim Hudak’s caucus would require arbitrators to ensure their decisions reflect the fiscal realities of the municipalities the decisions affect, including the cost of living and local budget constraints. The Liberal government did move to increase the

speed and transparency of the arbitration process, said Sarah Petrevan, spokeswoman for Ottawa West-Nepean MPP Bob Chiarelli, but the Tories blocked their efforts. “This is what municipalities asked for and this is what we tried to do … Unfortunately we didn’t get any co-operation from the other parties on this budget initiative,” Petrevan wrote in an email. “The Conservatives decided to vote against the interest arbitration system changes that they campaigned on.” The Liberal budget initiative would have required ar-

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Owen Sound, the cost of the city’s fire service is expected to rise to $4.2 million from $3.7 million last year as a result of retroactive benefits and wage increases awarded by an arbitrator, Miller said. Any city in Ontario could face similar increases under the province’s current arbitration system, Miller said. The PCs have also made promises to balance the budget by reducing the size and cost of government, lower taxes for businesses, reduce the number of provincial regulations by at least a third, prioritize “affordable energy” to create economic growth and modernize the apprenticeship system to create 200,000 new skilled trades jobs.

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How nature’s creatures deal with the heat EMC lifestyle – This summer continues to be unbearably hot. The scorching sun has rendered lawns brown and has taller plants bowing in submission. Grumbles of air conditioners fill the air and local beaches are crammed with semi-naked people. Wild animals lack these options, yet most species seem to cope with the heat relatively well. How they stay cool involves a great variety of fascinating adaptations. Tiger Beetles are those beetles on sand beaches that run and fly short distances when disturbed. Sand, of course, becomes scorching hot under the sun’s glare. Tiger Beetles elevate their body away from the heat by stretching out their legs in a posture called “stilting.” When it is excessively hot,

Michael Runtz Nature’s Way they retreat into their angled burrows and wait for the temperature to drop. Many dragonflies direct their long abdomen away from the sun and some elevate it to cast shade on their head and thorax, the powerful middle section from which the wings and legs arise, in a posture called “obelisk.” They also pump more body liquid into their long abdo-

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An American Robin keeps cool in a birdbath. men, so that body heat is lost to the surrounding air. Honeybees use their wings as fans to direct hot air out of the hive and cooler air into it, which is why you smell honey more strongly on hot days in summer.

Mammals and birds restrict their activity to cooler times of day, taking siestas in shady locations during the hottest periods. Gray Squirrels, more commonly black than gray, stretch out motionless on tree limbs.

By flattening out their body, its surface area is increased and more heat is shed. Foxes and Coyotes flatten out in shady sites and open their mouths and pant. Hot air leaving the mouth evaporates moisture in the mouth lining, cooling it. Hot blood is forced into the tongue, which also expels heat through evaporative cooling. By hanging the tongue out the mouth, heat loss increases. Air is inhaled through the nose where it picks up body heat from blood vessels lining the nasal passages. Some of this air is shunted into the throat and back out the mouth, taking the heat with it. In winter, these animals breathe only through their nose to retain body heat. As birds do not sweat, panting is an even more important way of discarding body heat. They also droop their wings

to increase the surface area through which heat is lost. Animals with large extremities use them to advantage in summer. Gulls and ducks pump more blood into their naked legs and feet to lose heat to the water. Beavers use their huge flat tails in the same way. Turkey Vultures pee on their legs to add evaporative cooling to the heat loss process. On hot days animals gravitate to water to drink and bathe. Birdbaths are currently extremely popular with chipmunks and squirrels as well as birds. If you haven’t got one, fill a shallow dish or garbage can lid with water. You will soon have a Coney Island of activity in your backyard. The Nature Number is 613387-2503; email is mruntz@ start.ca.

Surviving upsets, outages and natural disasters DIANA FISHER Accidental Farmwife

the check-in clerk that he was “never going to fly Air Canada again” as if the airline was all-powerful, able to snuff the power from all points along the east coast of the continent at once. When it was my turn at the front of the line, I gave the young clerk a big smile – because I really was enjoying myself, just people-watching and sipping my free coffee. He looked me in the eye for a moment, then said, “Lady, you’re the first one with a smile all morning. How would you like to fly to Ontario first class?” Well, that would be just lovely, I said. I have never really suffered a true disaster of the natural – or simply inconvenient – kind. During the Ice Storm of 1998 (which deserves capitals, you know), I lived in Barrhaven.

The only thing that happened at our house is that I had to put cleats on my boots for running my pre-dawn paper route. That and the cable went out. Very annoying. My parents in Kemptville, on the other hand, were without power for 21 days. So now we have a dry spell. The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority has declared a “Level 2” drought status. We are being asked to reduce our water consumption by 20%. No washing the car, no watering the lawn, no non-essential water usage. If the drought continues and the status moves up to Level 3, those water restrictions become mandatory. As I write this on Saturday the 14th, the grass on our pasture has not replenished itself in the past few weeks. We had to open the gates to the cow

pasture to give our sheep some more foraging choices. Hopefully the grass grows back before we run out of acreage. The Farmer took a good look at the sheep this morning. They seem to be keeping their weight on, so they must have found something to eat. Their fleece doesn’t seem to be growing back after their last shearing, however. I guess they are adapting to the heat.

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Normally the fleece grows back after the spring shearing just in time to protect the sheep from the mosquitoes but there doesn’t seem to be many of them either. It has been too dry for them to breed. I noticed one local farmer had his sweet corn for sale already. It seems a bit early. Hopefully that doesn’t mean they have lost their crops. I think we would need a few more weeks of dry spell be-

fore that would happen. The corn growing at the back of our property still looks good. But when you drive down the road you see some crops that are beginning to yellow from the bottom up, and their stalks look a bit wilty. I hope by the time you are reading this, it will have rained. And I hope it isn’t 35 degrees on my daughter’s wedding day, which is the 21st.

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EMC lifestyle - It was August 2003 and I was en route home to Canada from Taiwan for a visit. I made it as far as Los Angeles when the entire Eastern Seaboard lost power, and they cancelled my flight home to Ontario. I hadn’t seen my family in months and I was desperate to get home. But truth be told, L.A. is not the worst place in the world to be stranded. Some people chose to sleep in the airport, waiting for the moment when planes would be rescheduled and put back in the air. My airline put me in a Mexican hacienda-style hotel for the night. I was quite comfortable. The hotel was hosting a West Coast Swing choreographers’ convention and I got to watch professional dancers all night. And the food was fantastic. Not bad at all. No complaints from me. The next morning at the airport, I recognized Canadian singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk and her hubby Raine Maida sitting on their suitcases, hoodie-hoods up, sipping coffee, just like everyone else. One dweeb businessman was loudly proclaiming to

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We all need to be aware of drought dangers

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s the city bakes in the midst of a particularly intense heat wave, we all need to be wary of the dangers posed by successive days of hot, dry weather. So far this year we’ve experienced more than two weeks worth of days where the mercury has risen above 30 C. We’ve seen fewer than 20 millimetres of rain in the past month. The Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority has issued a Level II low

water conditions warning and there have been brush fires breaking out due to the tinder-dry conditions. All of these factors mean residents need to be aware of the consequences of this ongoing heatwave. These things may seem obvious to some, but we’re currently experiencing conditions uncommon to the Ottawa area, making it worthwhile to consider the risks we’re currently facing. It’s often mentioned when

heat or humidex warnings are issued, but be mindful of the young, elderly and the infirm. They can’t handle extreme heat conditions like the rest of us, so make sure your children, parents and grandparents, friends and neighbours are OK when the mercury spikes. Remember pets get hot too – make sure Rover has plenty of fresh water and don’t leave him in the car on a hot day. That’s the easy part. When it comes to drought it’s a dif-

ferent story. We’re not really used to such an acute lack of rainfall. When things dry out, they become more likely to catch fire. Last week, a pair of wildfires in the city’s west end brought the potential consequences of carelessness to the fore. While not all forest fires are caused by human action, for the sake of our neighbours, we must take care. Make sure you’re barbecuing away from dry grass

or other plants. There’s currently a campfire ban in the city, so don’t have a campfire, no matter how safe you think you’re being. And if you’re about to toss your cigarette butt out the car window, think again – yours could be the spark that burns down someone’s home or costs someone their life. Dry conditions aren’t just a fire danger. Low water levels in area rivers pose a threat to the water we drink.

While there haven’t been any water use restrictions imposed yet, as responsible citizens we need to stop and think every time we turn on a tap or flush a toilet. Making sure everyone has ready access to clean water for drinking and cooking is far more important than whether your lawn is green or the car gets washed. The stakes during a drought are really no different than those faced during an ice storm. Both are extreme weather occurrences and pose threats to life and limb, requiring us all to be vigilant and look out for one another.

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Why one less newspaper matters Newspapers are being told, on the one hand, that they should save trees, not to mention many other costs, and switch to online publishing, and on the other hand, that it is impossible to make money online. It is difficult to avoid speculating on what comes next. Will Monday, another thin day, become a non-publishing day in more cities? Some papers have gone to three days a week or online-only publication. Will they survive that? And where will that leave readers? If you read the online comments, you find some readers being rather brave about the whole thing. They can get all the news they want online, and free, they say. In a way, this is true, especially if readers don’t want as much news as they used to, which is quite possible. We now have so many things to amuse us that we have less time for news, or think so. And the fact readers think they can get all the news they want for nothing means that it will be difficult for newspapers to succeed in charging for their online content. Announcements of any plan to charge for online content are always greeted with online scorn. But, as many smart people have pointed out, that free online news has to come from somewhere, and the somewhere is a media organization that hires and pays reporters. It could be a wire service, a radio station or a television network, but it’s likely a newspaper. And it wasn’t free to produce. News doesn’t come from nowhere, in other words, and it will not continue if the organizations that produce it cease to exist. All of which seems like a rather drastic observation to make based on the demise of a few Sunday editions. But the economic problems and changing readership patterns behind it are distressing. And even more distressing is the looming shortage of news, coupled with what appears to be public indifference to it. Of course, it’s special pleading for people in the news business to talk about how important it is for there to be lots of news, how important it is for there to be reporters, how important it is for there to be a thunk on the doorstep. But then, you’re reading it in a newspaper.

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ou might have noticed the absence of a thunk on your doorstep on Sunday. By long-standing newspaper tradition, a “thunk� is the sound a newspaper makes when it lands. Even when it has so few pages it can barely be heard at all. The Sunday Citizen never did make much of a thunk. The money in newspapers is not on Sunday. Saturday is more like it, and Wednesday, when the grocery stores are advertising. The Sunday Citizen did, at times in its 24year history, make a bit of a thunk: there were years, particularly in the ’90s, when some of the smartest content in the paper was reserved for Sunday. (By absolute coincidence, I wrote for the paper during those years.) But being smart and attracting advertisers are not necessarily the same thing. Canadian advertisers and readers have always liked Saturdays. It is one of the things that separate us from the Americans, whose Sunday papers are huge. Canadian advertisers and readers are slow to change. The Sunday paper, here as elsewhere, was costing money not making it. So the Sunday Citizen that may not have made much of a sound on your doorstep on Sunday was the last one you will see. If you lived in Calgary or Edmonton, same thing. Times are tough for daily newspapers all over the continent. There are layoffs and buyouts. Several papers have suspended print publication altogether, choosing to exist only online. In addition to the end of some Sunday editions in Canada, the National Post has stopped publishing on Mondays in the summer.

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Landowners have a right to be frustrated To the editor: Bill Morrow wants to use someone else’s property for his own enjoyment (who doesn’t?). I’ve witnessed many people partying on the beach in recent years, and have yet to see someone who isn’t a beachfront property owner actually taking charge out on the beach confronting people who act inappropriately - drunk and disorderly, lighting fires, leaving trash laying around. If I were to ask Mr. Morrow to use his backyard (or front

yard) for a party, do you think, with me being a total stranger, that he would even consider it for a moment? Would he perhaps call the police if I were to just show up on his property with a couple of friends and a case of beer? You bet he would! The property is deeded to the water’s edge, but people see that as a technicality because - wait for it - because they want to use this particular piece of real estate for their own enjoyment. My neighbour has a really nice

car, so I think I should get to use it sometimes too. Friends Against Privatization? Hogwash! Friends for Communism is closer to the truth! You seem to think that the property owners are being unreasonable. That’s far from the truth. People have enjoyed the beach for decades, and I agree that many are responsible folks who just want to relax, take a dip, walk their dog, enjoy the sunset, spend time with their children.

Then there are the people who want to party, get rowdy, make threats, fires, litter, and generally get up to all sorts of trouble on the beach. Mr Morrow, if you do enjoy a relaxing walk on the beach from time to time, the next time you encounter the latter type of beachgoer, and decide just to walk on by and mind your own business, you can stop wondering why the property owners are putting up such a fuss. Rick Longtin

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Ward 5 West Carleton-March Community support services improved for rural transportation Earlier this year, the City started a partnership with three community support service agencies to provide more transportation options to seniors and adults living with a physical disability in rural Ottawa. These agencies – the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre (which serves Ward 5), Rural Ottawa South Support Services and the Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre – provide rides for persons who do not require a wheelchair to locations both within the City of Ottawa and to nearby communities. Reservations can be made in advance, and escort support is available if assistance is required with stairs or elevators or if a resident needs an escort to attend an appointment or community visit. For more information or to schedule a ride for Ward 5 residents, contact the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre 613-591-3686. Para Transpo is another transportation alternative for rural residents with a permanent or short-term disability who are unable to use conventional transit. The service is provided only between rural and urban destinations within the City of Ottawa. For Para Transpo customers, the Taxi Coupon Program is a travel option allowing customers to take discounted taxi service to locations within Ottawa and to neighbouring communities. Contact Para Transpo at Para Transpo 613-2441289.

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Fire Safety Especially Important During Dry Conditions Ottawa Fire Services is calling on the community to be cautious when throwing out lit cigarettes or matches, which could result in bush or grass fires due to the dry spell the region is experiencing. Do not throw cigarettes/matches onto the side of the road, in a flower bed or near other combustibles such as decks, garbage or fences. Hot and dry conditions across the Ottawa area have also increased the risk of fires from BBQs and grills. Residents should be extra cautious when cooking outdoors and ensure that any fire and all smouldering materials are completely extinguished with water before leaving the area. Ottawa Fire Services would also like to remind residents that in order to have an open air fire in the City of Ottawa, a fire permit must be obtained from the Fire Department. Please note however that there is currently a burn ban in effect.

Caitlyn Russell is the valedictorian of the 2012 Pakenham Public School graduating class. She also won several awards.

Thank you to the Diefenbunker Maha and I attended the Music of the Cold War event that took place on July 11 at the Diefenbunker. I would like to extend a huge congratulations to the Diefenbunker for hosting such a fabulous event. I would also like to thank all the great sponsors and volunteers that helped make this event such as success. If you’ve never been to the Diefenbunker, either for a tour of the facility or to attend one of their special events, I encourage you to do so. You won’t be disappointed.

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Pakenham Class of 2012 The 2012 Grade 8 graduating class from Pakenham Public School gathers in the school gymnasium just prior to going to the Stewart Community Centre for their graduation ceremony June 25. The include, from left, at back Austin McNab, Arryn Jackle Spriggs, Nick Coe, Garrett Gleeson, Micheal Blair, Spencer Chu and Zach Eliot; and in front teacher Pamela McCauley, Rebecca Cowal, Thelia Larose, Hilary McCann, Becky Schroeder, Caitlyn Russell, Victoria Tuffin, Jalee Lebrun, Grace Cromb and Regan Caldwell. Missing from the photo is Thomas Reynolds.

Bay Community Connection hosting Picnic/BBQ The Bay Community Connection (BCC) is hosting a picnic and BBQ from 11:30am to 1pm on Sunday, July 22 on the grounds of St. Gabriel Church in Constance Bay. Bring your blankets and lawn chair and relax while the BCC does the cooking. Burgers, hot dogs and drinks will be served. All welcome to attend! BCC is made up of dedicated volunteers who work with residents, businesses and social service partners of Constance & Buckham’s Bay to help maintain a healthy, safe and secure community.

Guiding Ottawa’s Growth At the July 11, 2012 City Council meeting, Council approved work to make updates to the Official Plan, the Transportation Master Plan and the Infrastructure Master Plan. These are the documents that guide how and where the City will grow over the years to come. The transportation planning work will include updates to the City’s pedestrian and cycling plans as well as a prioritization of transit and road projects. The Official Plan update will be a review of the document, rather than a full revision. Main areas of focus will be on: ensuring that future urban and suburban intensification projects are built to a higher level of urban design; encouraging the redevelopment of properties around Tunney’s Pasture Station to Blair Station as part of the City’s LRT project; prioritizing infrastructure rehabilitation projects to areas of the City undergoing intensification; reviewing Ottawa’s supply of employment lands to ensure that it aligns with the goals of Invest Ottawa; and, developing unique growth strategies for each of Ottawa’s rural villages. There will be public consultations on the updates to these plans beginning later this year and continuing next year. The updated documents are scheduled to be before Council for consideration by the end of 2013. R0011512796

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Children set sail for adventure on the Ottawa River Kanata Sailing Club and YMCA offers sailing course for kids Blair Edwards blair.edwards@metroland.com

EMC sports - “Loosen those sails!� The shout carries across the water to the ears of Sam Kuntz, a 12-year-old Glebe boy, who is struggling to steer his sailboat on a path marked by two buoys bobbing in the Ottawa River. Sam tugs on a cord connected to the sail on his Optimist boat, a one-seater used by the Kanata Sailing Club to teach beginners, and corrects the course of his boat. The 12-year-old boy is one of 10 children selected to participate in a one-week pilot program from July 9 to 13 run by the YMCA-YWCA Ottawa and the Kanata Sailing Club, created to teach children ages 10 to 13 how to sail. The sailing club has agreed to hold another one-week learn-to-sail program will be held in August, said Lisa Bottriel, commodore of the Kanata Sailing Club. “It’s full both weeks and there’s a waiting list,� she said. The sailing club purchased 10 Optimist boats, small single-handed sailing dinghys, from the Nepean Sailing Club this year so it could launch the learn-to-sail program. “We haven’t had a kids’ component to the club before,� said Bottriel. “We’re really doing two weeks to see what the impact is on the

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Sailing instructor Charles Lucas looks over his charges as he steers his motorboat ahead to set an obstacle course with buoys. club and members and our resources.� So far so good, said Charles Lucas, the program’s sailing instructor. Lucas, a University of Ottawa student who teaches children how to sail during the summer, said his students have really taken to the water. “So far they seem to be enjoying themselves a lot,� he said. The children learn theory and practical sailing skills, such as steering, rigging and de-rigging a sail as well as

basic knot techniques, during their week-long course, running everyday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. At the end of the course they will earn CANSail 1 certiďŹ cation, formerly known as white sail level one, the beginners’ learn-to-sail course. The children have already picked up the lingo, said Lucas, learning to turn their craft starboard and port – right and left for landlubbers. On Friday, July 13, Lucas and Stuart Nichols, an assistant sailing instructor, guide

dents trail behind the motorboat like freshly-hatched goslings, their sails apping hesitantly in the wind. From time to time the two instructors move the buoys to different locations to mark a shift in the direction of the wind.

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their charges out on the river to negotiate a makeshift obstacle course. Lucas and Nichols, who were travelling in a motorboat, drop two anchored buoys to mark the course for their charges. The edgling sailing stu-

“It’s really hard to set a course because the wind constantly shifts,� said Lucas. But the long dry-spell in Ottawa have created ideal conditions for sailing, he added. “We’ve had really good weather,� Lucas said. “It’s been windy and it hasn’t been raining.� Dylan Butler, a 10-year-old Nepean boy, said he’s enjoyed learning how to sail. “My dad has a sailboat and he wants me to sail with me,� said Dylan, as he turned his craft, named the Dalek, starboard. At the start of the course, the children were allowed to name the optimist boats, coming up with handles such as: The One, Rune, The Argo, The Knotty, The Unknown, The Epic, Da Boss, RKSC Avenger and The Green Machine. For more information about the learn to sail program run by the YMCA visit the website www.ymcaywca.ca or call 613-832-1234 or visit the Bonnenfant Y Outdoor Education and Leadership Centre, located beside the Kanata Sailing Club at 1620 Sixth Line Rd., in Dunrobin.

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Rural Root Theatre fills roles, looking for crew members

EMC events – The Rural Root Theatre Company’s fall show is based on a Halloween theme, and consists of two one act plays: �The Morgue the Merrier,� by Pat Cook (directed by Ron Gardner) and “Grave Matters,� by Peter Stallard, (directed by Martin Weeden). Adding to the Halloween ambience, prior to the main show there will be an interactive activity planned for the patrons to enjoy as they enter the auditorium. According to Helen Weeden, publicity chair for Rural Root, “the casting requirements for 16 roles was a bit of a concern, but the directors were delighted as the turnout was the best we’ve ever had. This offered the directors quite a large talent pool to choose from.�

She notes response to the casting call was good. “This time around “it was especially encouraging to see so many new people out,� Weeden said. Unfortunately, not everyone got a role, but many of the people that came out were willing to wait until next time around and agreed to help out with a crew position. The producer, Matt Dufresne, is still looking for more volunteers for crew. Pat Weir, who is organizing the front of house/pre show event, is also looking for volunteers. If you would like to get involved with this production please visit our website www.ruralroot.org and follow the sign up instructions.

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Marc Messier, spokesperson for the Ottawa fire department. “If Mother Nature could throw some rain, it could probably help us get a handle on all these spot fires in one shot.” THURSDAY Eleven homes along Richmond and West Hunt Club roads were evacuated on July 12. The Wild Bird Care Centre on Moodie was not evacuated, he added. Two helicopters were also on scene, one dropping water on the blaze and one surveying the area from the sky. The helicopter surveying the landscape landed on the road amid emergency vehicles before taking off again. Messier said the cause of the fire has not been determined. There were no reported injuries.

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EMC news - The city is injecting a million dollars into its effort to battle the emerald ash borer. The tree-killing bug is ravaging ash across North America and the city has been working to stop it in its tracks since 2008. Most of the combat strategy involves cutting down infected trees and replacing them with other tree varieties as well as injecting select trees with inoculants that can keep the trees alive. The additional money will allow the city to inject more trees and plant more replacements this year. Mayor Jim Watson called the beetles, which kill trees by feeding under the bark, the “the 21st century version of the ice storm.” “We have to be aggressive

(and) ensure we have the resources necessary,” Watson said. River Ward Coun. Maria McRae, who head’s up the city’s environment committee, led the charge for the funding. “You can’t drive down streets in different parts of our wards without seeing the ravaging effect of the emerald ash borer,” McRae said. She said she wants the city to focus on buying larger trees, not just “spindly ones” that can’t survive the summer heat. The move is in response to recent input from the public asking for more trees to be injected instead of cut down. The money will come from the city’s environmental resource areas acquisition reserve fund.

But Gloucester-Southgate Coun. Diane Deans asked the city to push the federal government to kick in funding to combat the insect. Deans said she doesn’t see the effects of the ash borer as being any different than the effects of an ice storm or a forest fire. “Maybe (the trees) come down over a longer period of time, but they are still coming down,” Deans said. According to a memo sent out by McRae on July 9, the city is also looking at finding ways to sell wood from the infected ash trees it cuts down. The city issued a request for proposals for contractors with ideas of how to use the wood; it would be the first contract of its kind in Canada, McRae’s memo said.

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ments of work for updates to the Official Plan, the Transportation Master Plan and the Infrastructure Master Plan. These are the documents that guide how and where the City will grow over the years to come, especially focusing on the next 20 years. The transportation planning work will include updates to the City’s pedestrian and cycling plans as well as a prioritization of transit and road projects.

The Official Plan update will be a review of the document, rather than a full revision. Main areas of focus will be on: ensuring that future urban and suburban intensification projects are built to a higher level of urban design; encouraging the redevelopment of properties around Tunney’s Pasture Station to Blair Station as part of the City’s LRT project; prioritizing infrastructure rehabilitation projects to areas of the

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EMC news - Coun. Tim Tierney is putting Ottawa back on the map in the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. The Beacon Hill-Cyrville councillor was elected as one of 16 members of the federation’s board representing Ontario, and will join an organization represented by 73 members nationwide. It’s been about four or five years since a representative from the capital was elected to participate in shaping the national message of Canadian municipalities, Tierney said. The group represents the interests of municipalities on policy and program issues within the federal government’s jurisdiction, which is why it’s especially significant for Ottawa to have a voice at that table, Tierney said. “We’re the National Capital Region,” he said. “It only makes sense that we have a seat at the table.” Some of the unique challenges Tierney said Ottawa faces include its vast geography and urban-suburban-rural divide, issues related to interprovincial connections with nearby Gatineau, and other federal jurisdictional issues created by overlap with the National Capital Commission. Tierney is especially inter-

ested in advocating for costsharing programs that pair federal funds with contributions from municipalities and perhaps the province, such as the federal Economic Action Plan that led to many infrastructure projects “Being in Ottawa, I will be able to bring that kind of rationale to the table and say, ‘Look, this is something we should be looking at,’” Tierney said. The experience was not unlike the municipal election he won in 2010.

Some of the major benefits will be the personal and professional connections built through his relationships with fellow FCM board members, Tierney said. It will expose him to ideas being examined in other cities and towns across the country, and some of the research done in other areas could be useful in Ottawa, Tierney said. “Anytime I look at doing something in our city, now I can contact my friends within the FCM and say, ‘Hey, what are you doing on this issue?’”

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526 MacPhails Rd. 3 bdrm home close to Perth and Carleton Place. Large deck & yard See

96 Main St. E. Solid Duplex fu ffully lly rented incl. Large 3 bdrm bdr d m plus Bachelor Suite. dr See

Open House

Sat 1:00 – 3:00

#205, 10 Armstrong Dr. Enjoy Enj n oy retirement living. Great nj location, 2 bath, 2 bedrm bedr d m condo.. dr See

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54 Gladstone Ave. 3 bdr bdrm, d m, 2 bath home boasts garage dr and many n updates. A Charmer! ny See

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Sun 12:00-1:30

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Sun 1:00-2:30

55 Merrick St. 5 bdr bdrm d m home c/w open concept, dr ffully fu lly fi ffinished nished & large lot. See

19 Wills Rd. Large 3+1 bedr bedroom d oom bungalow c/w dr 2 car garage and a large ru rrural ral lot. See

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16 George Ave. Large 4 bdr bdrm d m home on generous dr 50 x 208 lot in Historic Perth. See

68 Bay Rd. 5.49 acre Hobby Farm with 4 bdrm farmhouse, barn & garage. See

18 Bay a Rd. ay Immaculate 3 bdr bdrm d m home. Well dr maintained, big lot, new shingles. See

34 County Rd 17 Well maintained multi-use building c/w 2 apartments above. Revenue! See

400 Hwy w 15 S. wy

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Open House

Sat 1:00 – 2:30

132 Bennett Rd.

Tranquil & serene aptly describe this 4 bdrm, 3 bathrm log home.

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14490 Cty Rd 15 Fully fi ffinished nished log home with 2 car garage. Great craft craftsmanship f smanship here, ft See

318 County Rd 16 Modernized home. Big kitchen, large master, Hardwood, pool ++ See

Open House

Sat 10:00 – 12:00

143 Elmsley St. N. This 3 bdrm plus 2 bdrm duplex is being extensively renovated. See

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700 Burns Rd. Log home on private 8.45 acres. 3 bdrms, oversized detached garage. See

Waterfront 82 Meadow Lane. 4 bdr bdrm d m Rideau Waterfront dr Waterfr f ont home fr just south of Merrickville. Wow!. See

6712 Roger Stevens Newer home on +3 acres includes a 24 x 40x14 high insl/heated shop See

27 Kelly’s Rd. Impressive size, lot, appointments & added features. A real must see! *New See

37 Station Rd. S. Unique 3 bdrm home on 3.12 acres. Sunroom, hardwood & tile See

395 Porter Rd. 3 bdrm brick Bung c/w 30x40 shop. Central air, pool & more. See

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29158 Hwy 7 Arden 80 acre c/w 400ft frontage on Salmon River Plus retreat Bldg. See

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66 B12 Fabulous estate style waterfront home on Bass Lake. Loaded. *New See R0011511193/0719

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NEW LISTING 15 GOULD STREET, COBDEN MLS#839230 2 Storey Brick Home in the Village of Cobden. 3 Bedrooms, newer gas furnace, newer electrical, gas fireplace in living room, private back yard! Immediate Occupancy! $140,000

39 Renfrew Ave. W., Unit 1 Renfrew, Ontario 613-432-8122

sales@royallepageoneil.com www.royallepageoneil.com

NEW LISTING

Gerry O'Neil Broker of Record 613-432-2333

28 PEMBROKE STREET, COBDEN

O P E N

NEW LISTING

O P E N

H $123,000 O NEW PRICE U SATURDAY, JULY 21ST from 2pm to 4pm S Your Host: Allison Shields-Mulvihill, Sales Rep. 613-433-2880 E Affordable 3 Bedroom Home! MLS#830921

H O U S E

$249,000 227 MAPLE GROVE LANE MLS#839335 Beautiful Waterfront, 2 Bedroom Home/ Cottage on Mink Lake with large garage & shop. Panoramic view of the water from kitchen & living room. 2 propane fireplaces. Main floor laundry. Included in sale: hot tub, full size pool/ snooker table & 32ft dock.

NEW LISTING

FEATURE PROPERTY

gerryoneil@royallepage.ca

Catherine O'Neil Broker 613-432-2333 catherineoneil@royallepage.ca

$189,900 15 LINDA LANE MLS#839287 Very affordable waterfront property on the “Mighty Madawaska” at Jahn’s Bay, easy access from Stewartville Road gives you over 20 miles of waterway for great fishing & boating. 100’ of waterfront with a total of over 4 acres of land. Priced to sell fast!

$297,000

189 AIRTH BLVD.

MLS#828722

Standing proud on a large town lot in prime neighbourhood. This pristine family home features: interlock roof system (50 year warranty), windows (2001), gas furnace & central air (2007), gas fireplace, powder rm on main, 4 bdrms, 4pc bath w/ jet tub, master ensuite. Hardwd flrs. Pool-size private backyard is fully fenced w/mature, manicured cedars.

$349,900 34 ORIOLE TRAIL, HALEY STATION MLS#839204 Year round home on Garden Lake! All brick bungalow on 1.09 acres featuring 2 bdrms, good working kitchen, dining area w/ patio doors to sunroom overlooking the lake, living room w/ fireplace. Walk-out lower level. Large deck with a gorgeous view! Great swimming, boating & fishing! All major reno’s completed in the last 3 yrs.

Sherri Cobus Broker 613-432-1947 sherricobus@royallepage.ca

1528 WHITTON ROAD

Allison Shields-Mulvihill Sales Representative 613-433-2880

Spacious bungalow, open concept kitchen/dining & sitting area. Master bdrm w/ ensuite. Attached dbl garage, + detached garage, screened 3 season rm, pool, deck, pond, on 14.43 acres!

MLS#838711

$369,000 34 MORNING FLIGHT CRT. MLS#834138 3+1 Bedrm bungalow featuring large eat-in kitchen, open concept living/ dining rm, large master w/ walk-in closet & ensuite + finished lower level.

$235,000 264 BASSWOOD AVE. MLS#831804 3+1 bdrm brick bungalow! Gleaming hardwood flrs, 2-4pc baths, patio doors to large deck, finished lower level w/ gas fireplace + workshop in rear yard!

$229,900 1436 GARDEN OF EDEN RD. MLS#822892 Lovely 16 acre property with a great family home! 3 bedroom bungalow with oak cabinets in kitchen, spacious & bright family room in basement. A little piece of paradise!

$595,000 76 MCVICAR LANE MLS#825914 202’ of prime shoreline on the Madawaska River! Home sits on dbl lot w/ 3 bdrms, 3 firepls, 3 baths, custom kit, 2 tier deck w/ pool, garage + bunk house. Amazing view!

$315,000 215 LARRY’S LANE MLS#828807 Are you looking to retire on water? Not far from Renfrew on Green Lake (Coldingham Lake) just off of Storyland Road sits this cozy 2 bdrm bungalow on 1.25 acres with 500ft of shoreline.

$345,000 631 SOUTHSIDE WAY MLS#832951 83.45 acres with trails throughout, great for hunting & exploring + 155ft of Waterfront on Norway Lake! Spacious 4 bedrm, 3 season cottage w/ wood stove, drilled well & septic.

$199,900 626B AUGSBURG ROAD MLS#837414 What a wonderful place to spend your summer! Cozy, maintenance free cottage, guest cabin, large outbuilding & no neighbours! Enjoy the solitude or bring the entire family!

$284,500 2735 MATAWATCHAN ROAD MLS#830745 87 acre Hobby Farm with a lovely 3 bedroom family home w/ large eat-in kitchen & sunken living roo,. Attached garage. Large barn with att loafing barn + outbuilding.

$219,500 493 SCOTCH BUSH ROAD MLS#828751 On the edge of Constant Lake sits this cozy country bungalow with 3 bdrms, deck & just steps to the lake. Great location for commutes. 20 minutes to Renfrew.

$214,500 678 ENGLISH ROAD MLS#796909 Comfortable country living for a family! Situated on 1.22 acres this 3+1 bedroom home features bright, updated kitchen, above ground pool & a great yard for family activities!

$199,900 3082 CALABOGIE ROAD MLS#835790 3 bedroom bungalow on 1 acre in 4 season recreation area! Spacious living area, central air, detached garage + 2 storage areas. Roomy porch. A great place to call home!

allisonmulvihill@royallepage.ca

Your Weekend Sales Rep. Mike Coulas Sales Representative 613-432-0092

mikecoulas@royallepage.ca

Lisa Dunbar Sales Representative 613-633-0062 lisadunbar@royallepage.ca

Helping you is what we do.

Go Online Today To See Our Virtual Tours and Get An Inside Look! On Our Website @ www.royallepageoneil.com or @ www.realtor.ca just enter the MLS#

$175,500 87 MCLEAN STREET MLS#833879 Affordable 3 bedrm family home with many updates! Immediate Occupancy! Quiet location with private backyard! A must see!

$197,500 749 FIFTH STREET MLS#833121 Much bigger than it looks! Upgraded home with newer back addition, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, fenced yard, garage & dbl paved drive.

59 QUEEN STREET MLS#835189 $112,000 146 TASSE AVENUE MLS# 838152 $153,000 24 VIMY BLVD. MLS#820601 $169,500 Upgraded 3 bedrm home in Eganville. Good working kitchen, Good Value! Nice living rm, u-shaped kitchen, main floor Affordable, spacious, 3 bedroom family home with many laundry. Nice back deck & yard. Great starter home or updates! Large eat-in kitchen, fenced yard, 2 main flr bedroom trendy 4pc bath, family rm, main flr laundry. Private rear deck & heated workshop. income property! + master loft.

SERVICE ~ INTEGRITY ~ RESULTS

S O L D

DUPLEX

S O L D 1725 BURNSTOWN ROAD

Thank you for your business!

620 BARNET BLVD. MLS#819079 This commercial property has 2.44 acres, main building w/ 20 offices, 2 boardrooms, extensively renovated + 2400 sq.ft. rear building. Great location!

LOTS:

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$169,900 949 WHALEN ROAD MLS#831691 Cozy 1.5 storey, 3 bdrm home on private 3 acre property w/ creek running along the side & 2 outbuildings. Only 10 mins to town.

$137,500 190 LOCHIEL STREET MLS#820891 Immediate Occupancy! Affordable 3 bdrm home w/ large eat-in kitchen, hardwd & tile flrs & private backyard w/ storage shed.

$230,000 22668 HWY #41 DENBIGH MLS#829879 Restaurant/ Motel Potential! 8 unit motel + 45 seat restaurant with bar area, full kitchen, lobby & plenty of storage. Lots of parking

$129,900 60-62 ARGYLE STREET S. MLS#834750 1.5 storey, private backyard! Apt#60- 2 parking, 2 bdrms, kitchen, living & dining rm. Apt#62- 2 parking, laminate& hardwd flring.

GARDEN EDEN RD RD DOMBROSKIE RUTTAN 12192 CALABOGIE RD4 LOTS OF GARDEN OF EDEN DOMBROSKIERD RD RUTTAN RDRD acres! MLS#821289 MLS#827248 2.2-2.7 acres! MLS#’s4837756, 4 acres! MLS#821289 4.32 acres! 4.32MLS#826923 acres! MLS#826923 2.25 acres! 2.25 acres! MLS#827248 837761, 837765, 837766

GRATTAN GRATTAN RDRD 2 acres! MLS#828236 2 acres! MLS#828236

12192B CALABOGIE RD – 4 HWY ACCESSIBLE LOTS, 2.2 - 2.7 acres. MLS#’s: 837756, 837761, 837765, 837766


R0011512332

Prime Valley

A PART OF YOUR LIFE IN THE ARNPRIOR AREA FOR 3 GENERATIONS GREG TOWNLEY Broker of Record

Brokerage

established in 1958

613-623-3906

Dedicated, Professional, Experienced

OPEN HOUSE

SOLD 205 MOORE STREET

jULY 22ND - 2-4 P.M

MLS 830289 $350,000

MLS 822848 $259,900

Located on the edge of Arnprior, 4 bed / 1.5 bath large family home with nat.gas fireplace; full 2 storey brick & sided house on a large lot w/private covered interlock patio. MLS # 834018 $249,900

3 Bed room home with attached addition was a former general store / post office and has walk in cooler, ideal for in home business, 2 car detached garage work-shop, gas fireplace in living room, part of basement has handy walk-out access to outside.

MLS 832720 $184,900

Great family home in newer subdivision, open concept design washed oak kitchen with built in dishwasher. Large bright dining room with access to large back yard, wrap around deck, salt water above ground pool. Basement is framed and has rough in for future bath and awaits your finishing touch.

MLS 828294 $285,500

$875,000

Constance Bay Waterfront Triplex

Reduced

$750,000

Dunrobin Shores Waterfront

$699,900

Vydon Acres Waterfront

Reduced

$574,900

Eagle Creek Estates

MLS 830235 $475,000

3 Bedroom historical home in the “Glebe” of Arnprior, soughtafter neighbourhood, walk to all schools, town park and swimming in Ottawa River, boat launch and marina, hospital, churches and down town. Fully fenced deep lot offers privacy, attached one car garage with access to house, large kitchen with patio doors to back yard patio area, formal dining room, large full bath on 2nd level and half bath on main level.

MLS 835437 $198,500

$819,000 Rural Kanata

Reduced

$719,900 Rural Carp

$599,900

Kerscott Heights Dunrobin

$449,900

Pineridge Estates Constance Bay

MLS 836564 $134,500

306 STEWART GIBSON RD.

4 bedroom, 2 bathroom hobby farm, new kitchen & baths, stalls, paddocks, and more on 8.65 acres. Very picturesque homestead with great curb appeal. MLS#830202 $379,900

2 bedroom/2 bath condo - great for seniors/ 3 bed/1bath home on 3.3 acre lot. Recently professionals, located in popular Beaverbrook, built, quiet & private, artist studio & outbuildpool, exercise room, social committee. View of ing. MLS #836786 $219,900 the Gatineau Hills. MLS #837719 $267,900

SOLD

If you’re thinking of selling and want an honest evaluation on your house, call to book an appointment today and get ready for a Fall Listing!

4+1 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 300’x300’ country lot, large family room, dry basement, tool shed, perennial flowers, lots of maple trees, easy access to hwy 17 for Ottawa or Pembroke commuters. MLS#827206

MLS 834144 $234,900

#514 - 960 TERON RD

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1014 GOSHEN ROAD

2 Storey retail building in downtown Arnprior. Lrg stock & storage area at rear and loading area at rear, 2 access for further storage in full basement, huge 2nd flr with open concept, former apartments, can be converted back to supplement income with some work / updating required.

167 BONNECHERE ST.

327 CANAAN ROAD

HO

1105 GOSHEN ROAD

Great starter home, handy downtown location, walk to everything, family room addition with 3 pce bath can be main floor bed room, vinyl windows, 2 baths, presently home does not have a driveway.

R0011514476

$785,000

Eagle Creek Estates

$725,000 Dunrobin

$589,500

Eagle Creek Estates

$399,900

Fitzroy Harbour Waterfront

View more details and other properties on my website

www.maryloumorrishomes.com

R0021510448

MLS 828933 $229,900

Arnprior 5 unit apartment building in central location, good sized units has gas fireplaces. Tenants pay hydro and heating, up to date gas furnace provides heat to common areas and unit #1 and two ducts in unit #2 coin laundry on lower level.

D ICE ELL R P OS T

87 acre recreational property. Lovely 3 3 bed/1bath home on 66x104 lot. 1yr old bedroom home with ponds, creeks, trails, and furnace, newer windows, walking distance to downtown, needs repairs. MLS # 836725 lots of trees! Complete ICF home. $89,900 MLS # 834565 $374,900

Y BB HO ARM F

Downtown Arnprior, retail building 1440 sq. ft. retail space, plus 340 sq. ft. office space and 500 sq. ft. of storage space at rear, employee parking at rear. 2nd storey former apartment, basement for storage, gas heating furnace 2001 and central air.

Office 613-432-9123 Direct 613-433-6569 Ottawa 613-791-8123 pat@primevalleyrealty.com www.PrimeValleyRealty.com

1105 Goshen Rd. Renfrew ON, K7V 3Z4

www.arnpriorlife.com • Email: gtownley@arnpriorlife.com

95 Acre hobby farm, 10 min west of Arnprior on Goshen Rd. with access to HWY 17. Log home with many upgrades. Lrg living rm, lots of room for expansion, log barns with standing stalls, open pasture & tillable, plus bush at rear.

Brokerage

Broker of Record

159 John Street North, Arnprior Business: 613-623-3939 Fax: 613-623-9336

2 + 1 Bed rm bungalow on nice lot at edge of town. Eat-in kitchen has bar area, hardwd floors in living rm, lrg back yard dec, lrg open lower level family rm, master bed rm on lower level features lrg cedar linen closet and gas fire place. Insulated 2 car attached garage work shop.

Realty Ltd.

Pat Forrest

R0011512277

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0719 R0021513786

www.coldwellbankervalleywide.ca

613-623-7303 VALLEY WIDE REAL ESTATE BRokERAgE mARSHAll BAy

4591 mOHRS ROAD.

OPEN HOUSE 37 TiERNEy ST. ARNPRiOR, ON K7S 2S2

MlS#832666 - 5273 Steen lane, Fitzroy harbour 1200 sq.ft 3 season cottage with 100 feet of waterfront on the ottawa River.3 bedrms, full bath. open concept. High ceilings, bright and spacious. Large deck and fabulous sunsets. original owners. $355,000

Hard to find cleared building lot. High and dry with a fantastic southwest view. Sandy type soil. MlS# 821208 $59,900.

Lovely 2+ bedroom home within walking distance of downtown arnprior.this home been tastefully renovated over the years and features hardwood, ceramic and laminate floors,oak kitchen with skylights, main floor family room or 3rd bedroom,2 baths, front porch and rear patio and private rear yard new price $189,900 MLS#828250

Bruce Skitt, Sales Rep 613-769-3164 Bruce-Skitt @coldwellbanker.ca

OPEN HOUSE 37 TiERNEy ST. ARN.

47 PROPER ST.

Sunday July 22 - 2 – 4PM

255 HARRiET ST.

1257 RivER RD

SOLD

Sunday July 22 2-4PM your hoSt Bruce Skitt A perfect starter or retirement home-beautifully decorated and maintained with a 3rd bedroom or family room on the ground floor along with main floor laundry and bath. $189,900

Another good starter or retirement home in Braeside - 3 bedroom bungalow with 2 baths and a finished basement plus a garage. Well priced at $199,900 MLS#833074

Lovingly cared for heritage home close to schools, hospital and churches. Quick possession $269,900 negotiable MLS#832567

new Price-Chalet style country home with a wonderful view of the ottawa R. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and more $329,900 MLS#838005

142 TONER RD

WATERfRONT AcREAgE

BRAESiDE

golf or swim almost from your front door! Lovely custom built 4 bedroom home on a landscaped 2 acre lot only 10 minutes from Arnprior $589,900 MLS#818989 offers!

Plus a beautiful 3 bedroom brick bungalow and triple car garage/ workshop. Bring the horses and your boat! $799,000 mls#810882 offers!

Where are all the entrepreneurs? This well run store plus gas bar and home has potential. Enquire today. $299,000 MLS#823023

Donna Nych

Broker of Record 613-623-7303 donna.nych @sympatico.ca

NOW SElliNg

cONDO

NEW liSTiNg

4 BEDROOmS

glen meadows estates. Lots starting at $99,900

Jenn Spratt

Broker 613-623-4846 homes4sale @jennspratt.com My specialty is Sold signs!

cUSTOm BUilD

i have the tarion registered builder. i have the lot. i need the buyer call Jenn for details

Call Jenn for details

2 bedrooms with a balcony and a in- suite laundry. only $119,900 MLS # 833451 call Jenn

Edey street condo. Bright spacious 2 bedrooms. 3rd level. Nice view only $134,900 MLS # 837387 call Jenn

$199,900 Lots of space to raise your family. Separate dining room large private fenced lot MLS # 831373 call Jenn

NEW PRicE

OTTAWA STREET

JOHN ST.

mAiNTENANcE fREE

cUSTOm BUilT

$425,000 Beautiful custom built bungalow with maintenance free exterior and decking. Attached granny bungalow. Perfect for generational families MLS # 833704 call Jenn

on 8 acres. Beautiful open concept design with a fully finished walk out lower level $425,000 MLS # 834778 call Jenn

4 AcRES

SOLD

2 acres on the galetta side rd. large brick bungalow with oversized attached garage. Updated kitchen. Solarium $255,000 MLS # 829173 call Jenn

$399,900 Wonderful family home on a double lot in the “glebe” of arnprior MLS # 835105

Happy Seller, Happy Buyer, Happy Realtor!!! For all your real estate needs call Jenn today my speciality is “SoLD SIgNS”

lOTS Of lOTS

cOTTAgE TimE

cAlABOgiE

2 acres ottawa River view $114,900 - SOLD 6.6 acres backing onto the Arnprior golf Course $119,900 2 acres on the Calabogie Highlands golf course $59,900 12.5 acres on the St Lawerence Seaway $299,900 Call Jenn for details

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on the ottawa River year round cottage. Beautiful sandy beach $279,900 call Jenn MLS # 829410

Year round log bungalow nestled on the highland golf course. on 2 private acres $279,900 MLS # 832906. Call Jenn

Vydon acres. 4 Acres of privacy surround this custom built beauty. open concept design, 2nd floor master suite. Lots of decks and balconies to enjoy the view. Hot tub and pool included MLS # 834937. Call Jenn

THESE BUyERS NEED HOmES in town with a large kitchen $200-250,000 range Waterfront cottage up to $150,000 country property around $200,000 Fixer-upper under $100,000 rental potential around $130,000 If you want to sell to my buyers call me today! Jenn 613-794-0404


0719 R0011512695

www.coldwellbankervalleywide.ca

613-623-7303 VALLEY WIDE REAL ESTATE BRokERAgE SnowBirdS wanted

country living

11 rock lane

21 Evergreen Lane, Glenalee Park, White Lake great Retirement Home for Snowbirds. Come check out this spacious 2 bedroom bungalow style home in waterfront park on White Lake. great views of the water from both inside and out. Large private backyard deck. Newer custom kitchen, laminate floors, 5 appliances, carport. All for $139900. MLS#827856.

719 Anderson Road, off Hwy 17, behind Seahawk Homes Immaculate, well cared for home on 2 beautiful acres, located midway between Renfrew and Arnprior. Features 3 + 1 bedrooms, 2 baths, open concept kitchen, dining, living area. Large deck off dining room overlooking the backyard. garage 16’x24’ for all your “toys”. Recroom in basement with woodstove. Includes 7 appliances, riding lawnmower, generator, storage units. Asking $289900 MLS#826100

Affordable 4 bedroom home for the larger family. great space. Main floor laundry, laminate floors, eat-in kitchen, large main floor room can be used as diningroom, recreation room or a 5th bedroom if needed. You decide. Lots of parking. Asking $149500 MLS#828524

$98,900

$309,900

$220,000

Monica Scopie, Broker 613-623-7303

Waterfront Lot on the Madawaska River. great place to build your dream home, drilled well already on property, no building permit required. Mls# 824114

Beautiful residential building lot for your dream home across from the Arnprior golf course. 1.27 acres of mature trees and the property is ready for your home. great location in a well established neighbourhood. MLS #837023

Located in the Village of White Lake, only minutes from Arnprior or Renfrew. This 2 bedroom home has it all and yes it is ready to move into immediately. Large 4 car garage with running water and its own power. Mls # 812088

$285,500

$369,900

$599,000

93 Seventh Ave, Do not be deceived this home is larger than you think. 3 bedrooms up and 2 down. Two large bathrooms, main floor living room and eat-in kitchen. Fully finished lower level. Wrap around deck with double access from the house. MLS #837620

Located near Renfrew just off of Pucker St. 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, finished lower level, main floor family room with fireplace, also den area on 2nd floor. This home has many features, situated on 6 acres of privacy. Mls # 833987

Run your own business from home in this perfect location, in Arnprior with easy access to the hwy. Large 5 bedroom brick home also another separate home on the property. Large 30ft steel building for your workshop. Mls # 829526

cheryl richardson-Burnie Broker 613-623-9222

oPen HouSe Sunday July 22 2-3:30 172 O’DONNELL CRESCENT, DOCHART ESTATES, BRAESIDE FAMILY SIZED ,RAISED RANCH oN 2+ ACRE PRoPERTY. BEAT THE HEAT WITH Beautiful lot, solidTHIS home-Downtown only INVITINgcore INgRoUND PooL. $189,900 mls#827061 MLS # 838193 $379,900 YoUR HoST MIkE DEFALCo 613-623-7303

thedefalcos.ca

WELL MAINTAINED 3 BEDROOM RAISED RANCH ON LARGE TOWN PROPERTY. DETACHED GARAGE, REARcoreYARD,SUNDECK, Beautiful lot, solidENCLOSED home-Downtown only 2 FULL BATHS MLS # 838911 $189,900 mls#827061 $239,900 CALL DONNA OR MIKE DEFALCO 613-623-2602

4 BEDRooMS, 2 BATHS, MAIN FLooR FAMILY,AMAZINg PRoPERTY, kIDS CABIN, gARAgE, CARPoRT, RIVERVIEW. MLS # 829492 $219,900. CALL DoNNA oR MIkE DEFALCo 613-623-2602

Feature HoMe BREATHTAKING PROPERTY, PROFESSIONALLY LANDSCAPED, ALL STONE AND BRICK BUNGALOW,HEATED GARAGE, OUTSKIRTS OF ARNPRIOR VERY PRIVATE, MLS # 837682 $315,900. CALL DONNA OR MIKE DEFALCO 613-623-2602

oPen HouSe Sunday July 22 2-3:30 14 ASHBURY STREET, ARNPRIOR MoDEL HoME FEEL IN THIS 3 BEDRooM, 2008, 2 SToREY. Beautiful lot, solidHUgE home-Downtown core only REAR YARD FoR THE kIDS $189,900 mls#827061 AND PETS To RoAM. MLS # 828480 $335,000. YoU HoST DoNNA DEFALCo 613-623-2602

SPACIoUS BUNgALoW FoR CoUPLES STARTINg oUT, RIVER ACRoSS THE RoAD To ENJoY. MLS # 832151 $179,900 CALL DoNNA oR MIkE DEFALCo 613-623-2602

new liSting

FaMily HoMe

Mike & donna defalco Sales rep/Broker 613-623-2602

enJoy tHe river

Studio/BuSineSS

PoliSHed

5 BedrooMS

ADoRABLE 3 BEDRooM oFFERINg MAJoR UPgRADINg, MoVE IN CoNDITIoN WALk To AMENITIES, MLS # 831975 $185,900 CALL DoNNA oR MIkE DEFALCo 613-623-2602

kIDS WALk To ARENA AND SWIMMINg PooL,HUgE FENCED REAR YARD, PooL, 2650 SQUARE FEET. EXCELLENT VALUE, MLS # 829627 $374,900 CALL DoNNA oR MIkE DEFALCo 613-623-2602

outSkirtS

land • HUNT CAMP POTENTIAL , OR BUILD IN THE PEACE AND TRANQUILITY oN THESE 2 – 100 ACRE PARCELS SIDE BY SIDE. $150,000/EACH • JUST UNDER 7 ACRES IN MCNAB TOWNSHIP ATTRACTIVE RESIDENTIAL LoCATIoN $119,900 • JACKSON LANE MCNAB TOWNSHIP 12.12 ACRES $199,900 • BUILDING LOT IN SOUGHT AFTER RESIDENTIAL LOCATION MCNAB ToWNSHIP

LoWER TAXES , PEACE AND TRANQUILITY. ALL BRICk, FAMILY HoME , 4 BEDRooMS, 3 BATHS, CHARMINg 4 BEDRooM PLUS DEN, gAS WooD WooD FLooRINg,gAS, 2 CAR gARAgE, FLooRINgTHRoUgHoUT ZoNINg ALLoWS HoME MLS# 837013 $319,900. BUSINESS MLS # 832345 $197,500 CALL CALL THE DEFALCO’S 613-623-2602 DoNNA oR MIkE DEFALCo 613-623-2602 CALL DoNNA oR MIkE DEFALCo 613-623-2602 West Carleton Review EMC - Thursday, July 19, 2012 21


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RENFREW 613-432-2100 29 Raglan St. South

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$225,000 MLS#838662 -Cottage Has Hydro, Phone, Highspeed -108 FT Waterfront Call Vince Johnston 613-433-2254

481 RAGLAN ST.

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91 HARAMIS DR

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$229,000 MLS# 839253 3 Bedroom Brick Bungalow with Attached Garage & 30ft x 45 ft Detached Garage on Acre Lot. Newer Kitchen, Bathroom, HRV, High Efficiency Furnace, Central Air. Rick Propane Reid 613-401-3212 Call Morris Eady 613-432-1830 to View.

$219,000 MLS# 838787 -Charming Home -Well Updated -Central Location Rick Reid 613-401-3212 Call Vince Johnston 613-433-2254

624 MILL ST.

81 COTIEVILLE

$279,900 MLS#836349 Two Houses, One Price! 100 FT Frontage on Stones Lake. Call Kelly Derue, Broker 613-433-2681

$269,900 MLS#832292 Desirable Neighbourhood, Main Floor Laundry, Hardwood Floors. Move-In Condition. Call Dennis Yakaback – 613-432-0041

313 FOYMOUNT RD.

5 BULMER NEW PRICE

$147,500 MLS#833919 Charming Home Backs on Creek. 3 Bedrooms, Updated Bath. GoodSized Deck for Summer BBQ’s. Insulated Garage. Call Dennis Yakaback – 613-432-0041

$239,900 MLS# 827375 4 Bedrm, 2 Baths on Hilltop Overlooking Calabogie Lake. Kelly Derue, Broker

$164,900 MLS #815538 -4 Bedrooms -2 Baths -Living Room + Family Room -2 Spacious Kitchens Rick & Patti 401-3212 or 401-0197

19 BEACHWOOD LANE

339 AIRTH BLVD

1 SENIO SENIOR LANE NEW PRICE

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$224,900

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-1700 Sq. Ft. Bungalow -2 Car Attached Garage -Private Lot, Quiet Location Vince Johnston 613-433-2254

$245,000 MLS# 813373 -4 Bedroom Home in the Country with 3 Acres -Family Room with Wet Bar -Attached Office, Garage Call Ed for your Private Viewing 613-585-2377

3082 BURNSTOWN RD.

00 CALABOGIE RD

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$399,900 MLS# 829334 Very Well Maintained 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath on the Ottawa River. Year-Round Family Home Call Kelly Derue, Broker 613-433-2681

$189,900 MLS#829512 - Updated 3 Bedroom Garden Home - Finished Basement Great Location Call Vince Johnston 613-433-2254

$34,500 MLS#804358 Summer Escape or Year Round Living! Close to Golf and Swimming. Appliances Included. Enclosed Porch Adds Space. Call Dennis Yakaback to view: 613-432-0041

$149,000 MLS#836139 Four bedroom, 2 storey home on 1.65 acres on Thompson Hill. Lots of privacy. Call Morris Eady: 613-432-1830

1603 FORESTERS FALLS RD

103 RENFREW AVENUE

11157 HWY 60

150 STRINGERS LANE

00 THOMPSON ROAD

Stately Brick Home. Great Location. Hardwood Floors. 3 Full Levels of Living Space.

Completely Renovated 3 Bed, 2 Bath with Detached, Heated Double Garage Call Kelly Derue, Broker - 613-433-2681

$356,900 MLS# 827391 Madawaska River Waterfront -Quiet, Private Neighbourhood Call Vince Johnston 613-433-2254

$39,900 Prime Building Land. 3.10 Acres, 196 ft x 700 ft on Thompson Road. Easy to Walk. 4 Corners Marked. Close to Ottawa River and Public Boat Launch. Call Charlene: 613-433-4082.

221 PRINCE AVE.

4054B B CAL CALABOGIE RD.

522 HEATHER PLACE C

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$72,900 MLS#838208 2 Acre Lot Overlooking the Madawaska River Call Kelly Derue, Broker 613-433-2681

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- Lots of country charm - 4 bedroom 2 bath -Located on 7+ acres Call Rick or Patti Reid 613-401-3212 or 613-401-0197

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$239,900

MLS#836595

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$269,900

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HALEY STATION $199,900 MLS#833088 Quiet Country Living. 2 Decks with Great View. Master has Ensuite. Rustic Outbuilding. Call Dennis Yakaback 613-432-0041

$179,900 MLS#836659 4 Bedroom on Quiet Street. Many Updates. Detached Garage. Large Rear Yard. Call Call Kelly Derue, Broker 613-433-2681

$274,900 MLS# 824155 - 3 Bedroom Bungalow - Many New Upgrades - 3.5 Acres - Pond at Rear of Property Call Vince Johnston 613-433-2254

2018E GREEN LAKE RD.

135 DUFFERIN ST.

326 ALICE ST.

$139,900 MLS#832795 -Super Starter or Retirement! -Move-In Condition -New Windows, Doors, Siding -Lovely Hardwood Floors Call Rick 613-401-3212 or Patti 613-401-0197

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SOLD Kelly Derue, Broker 433-2681

SOLD Vince Johnston 433-2254

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$269,900 MLS# 839172 3.94 Acres with Gentle Slope to the Shoreline of the Madawaska River. Close to Burnstown, Excellent Swimming, Fishing & Boating Call Dennis Yakaback to view: 613-432-0041

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3 or 4 Br. Bungalow in sought after subdivision, very upscale home $349,900 base price, customers colors and further upgrades available call Terry for more details

2 plus 2 Br.. Bungalow backing onto Parkland, walk to the Ottawa River, many upgrades, hardwood floors, Kt and privacy fenced inground pool very well maintained. Call Terry for your private viewing. Asking $298,500

Affordable 4 Br.with New Kt.Gleaming Harwood Floors , Fireplace,large family Rm ,seperate Dr.and fresh paint,easy access to highway 17 Call Terry Asking $259,500. Offers welcome

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62 SEVENTH AVE., ARNPRIOR NEW LISTING - 331 CARUSO

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14 Ashbury St., Arnprior

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Sunday July 22 1-3pm Terry Stavenow Boating at your door step, this immaculate bungalow is ready for you, spacious bungalow many upgrade features, reasonable land lease terms call Terry.

Super starter or retirement home many recent upgrades, looks in new condition, gleaming flooring, fresh paint, new gas fireplace private back yard Asking. Ready for your private viewing call Terry. $205,900

3 Br. 3 season cottage with crystal clear waterfront for boating and fishing, neat accommodation with wood stove and California sunroom, asking $249,900 Call Terry now!

View online: ottawarealestate.org MLS# 835535

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2456 Calabogie Rd.

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For more information on how you can get your listing in this Open House feature please contact: Leslie Osborne at 613.623.6571

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Enjoy an immaculate country bungalow overlooking a quiet ravine. Just on the edge of town. 2 bedrm. Updated bath with Jacuzzi tub. Oversized double garage for the handyman. MLS# 830257 $189,900

Easy living in this updated 2 + 1 bdrm bungalow townhouse. Patio door to rear yard backs on open space. Fully finished bsmnt. Single car garage. Carleton Place MLS# 837683 $209,900

White Lake single on an amazing private lot. Oversized double garage. Family room additoni n 1986. Eat in country kitchen. Weatherall screened porch MLS#832852 $229,900

Super value in this 3 bedrm hi ranch located on the edge of town (McNab-Braeside). Fully finished rec room plus office. Single garage with inside entry. New septic. MLS#837673 $229,900

Unique property on just over 2 acres. On the edge of town. Renovated century home with addition. Oversized double garage is heated and a/c. Good tilled acreage with small barn and chicken coop. MLS#827288 $329,900

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Sought after ground level two bedroom condo. In suite laundry room. Floor to ceiling window in living room. Amenities include: common room, storage, patio. MLS#829922 $169,900

Centennial Lake Cottage, beautiful cottage with oversized double garage. Enjoy 4 seasons with baseboard heat and wood stove, well and septic. MLS#823952 $274,900

Beautiful waterfront home on the Ottawa River. Walkout basement with fully finished rec room. ½ bath could be turned into full bath. Cathedral Ceilings, open concept. Everything you are looking for! MLS#837334 $579,900

You won’t believe the value in this stately waterfront home. Beautiful foyer with Italian marble floor. Chefs kitchen with large island. Main floor family rm. Great for a large family. Beautiful sandy beach MLS#823923 $900,000

Custom built Ottawa River waterfont. Open concept main floor. Wall of windows with beautiful river views. Walk out basement. Quality ICF construction with warm radiant floor heat. This home is a must see! MLS#831546 $749,900

Direct: 613.864.6910 Office: 613.622.7759 charlotte.leitch@century21.ca EXPORER REALTY INC. Brokerage. Independently Owned and Operated

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NEWS

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Celebrating the Glorious 12th Photos by Theresa Fritz

Above, the Carleton County Orange Lodge was one of many Orange Lodges from Eastern Ontario to take part in the Orange parade July 12 in Carleton Place. The ‘Glorious 12th’ as it is known, commemorates the Battle of Boyne in Ireland in 1690. At right, King William III of Orange, dubbed King Billy, led the July 12 Orange Lodge parade through the streets of Carleton Place. The annual event, which is held in Carleton Place every other year, commemorates the Battle of the Boyne in Ireland in 1690 when King Billy overthrew his papist father-in-law. Below, the Renfrew Count Orange Lodge float heads down the parade route..

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Terry Matthews offers to save equestrian park Charitable foundation seeks 25-year lease Jennifer McIntosh and Nevil Hunt

EMC news - High-tech mogul Terry Matthews wants to ride to the rescue of the Nepean National Equestrian Park. Matthews is proposing an investment of up to $30 million to create Greenbelt Stables, a facility which would include much more than horses. An unsolicited proposal shared with the city and the NCC says Matthews’ own Wesley Clover Foundation could run the equestrian park and adjacent city campground while providing many upgrades. The foundation is seeking a 25-year lease for the site. The proposal comes as current users worry where they will ride if the city goes ahead with plans to close the moneylosing centre as soon as this fall. Possible additions proposed by Wesley Clover include: * The Ian Millar Horsemanship Centre, which would attract high-level equestrian competitions, with the main show ring transformed in a show-jumping stadium with bleacher seats, canvas shelters

and some table seating. Concept drawings show covered seating areas that would likely hold more than 2,000 people. * A new home for the royal swans, including an indoor winter habitat with one-way glass so visitors can see the birds up close. * An outdoor recreation area, including space for seven full-size soccer pitches or a mix of soccer, ultimate, volleyball and football. The site links to the Trans-Canada Trail and the proposal says Greenbelt Stables would rent bicycles, snowshoes and cross-country skis. * A “forest school” to allow kids up to age six to spend time learning in the outdoors. The 100-student school would serve as a national hub for Forest School Canada and the proposal foresees similar schools across the country that the Ottawa site could support by training and certifying teachers. * Gardens that educate visitors about sustainable agriculture, which could be expanded to four hectares in size based on demand. * Space for non-equestrian

events, including the National Capital Flower Show, the National Capital Harvest Festival as well as an annual curling competition modeled on the HOPE Volleyball Festival. * Integration of the forested camping area with the equestrian facility. Horse trails would be extended through parts of the campsite. The campground would be operated by Wesley Clover. The Greenbelt Stables’ basic aim would be to attract entry-level riders to the sport. The centre would include a renovated and expanded stables and a viewing area for spectators above the indoor riding arena. A trail riding program is expected to appeal to casual riders and a therapeutic program for people with disabilities would be continued. Seven kilometres of riding trails would be maintained as well as multi-use, non-riding trails for hiking, running, skiing and snowshoeing. Wesley Clover Foundation vice-president Simon Gwatkin said the park needs to be See PARK, page 28

VYDON ACRES Estate Properties • Newly Constructed Inventory Homes • Homes Under Construction will finish to Your Spec’s • Vacant Lots; Purchase Your Own, We Will Manage Your Personal Construction.

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OPP urges caution during summer storm season EMC news - With stormy weather upon us the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reminding anyone who works outdoors or is caught outdoors during a lightning storm to take immediate cover. The OPP is also warning parents and caregivers of young children not to allow them to play outside in the warm rain during an electrical storm. Every year in Canada, six to 12 people are killed and another 60-70 persons are injured as a result of lightning strikes according to Environment Canada. Everyone needs to have a safety plan in place regarding electrical storms and review it annually. Having a safety plan will help to reduce risk and injury caused

by lightning. There is no safe place to be outside. If you can hear thunder, it is your warning that you are within striking distance of lightning. Immediately go to a well constructed building or a fully-enclosed metal top vehicle. Do not run under a tree or to a shelter that isn’t grounded such as; a covered picnic shelter, carport, tent, baseball dugout, as well as other non-metal buildings (sheds and greenhouses). If you are caught out in the open remember that lightening generally strikes higher ground and prominent objects. Therefore you are encouraged to take shelter in low-lying areas such

as valleys or ditches but watch for flooding. If you are with a group of people in an open area such as a soccer pitch or other venue, spread out, crouch down on the balls of your feet immediately, with your feet together, place your arms around your knees and bend forward. Be the smallest size possible and minimize your contact with the ground. Don’t lie flat! The OPP continually works with its community partners to help promote safety. Lightning is extremely dangerous and caution must always be exercised to prevent injury and death. Summer safety doesn’t happen by accident.

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Church Services sabbath schooL for aLL ages 9:15am WorshiP service 11:00 am SERVING KANATA AND STITTSVILLE Pastor: LyLe Notice 85 Leacock Drive, kaNata (the christ riseN LutheraN church) 613-899-9793

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St. Patrick’s Fallowfield Roman Catholic Church

Pastors: Ken Roth, Phil Hamilton Chapel Ridge Free Methodist Church 5660 Flewellyn Road, Stittsville 613-831-1024 email: office@chapelridge.ca www.chapelridge.ca

KANATA BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Service 9:30 am R0011444362

613-836-1764

Email: parish@holyredeemer.ca Website: www.holyredeemer.ca

Pastor: Rev. Pierre Champoux

BRIDLEWOOD BIBLE CHAPEL

Weekday Masses Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m

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Parish Mission Statement The Holy Redeemer Parish Community lives the Way, the Truth and the Life by reaching out with the Good News to Welcome, to Serve and to Care.

A New Testament Church 465 Eagleson Road (also entrance off Palomino) 11 am Family Bible Hour (Nursery Available) Sunday School 6:30 pm Evening Bible Hour www.bridlewoodbiblechapel.ca 613-591-8514

Grace Baptist Church of Ottawa

Pastor: Keith MacAskill

2470 Huntley Road

613-591-3469

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1489 Shea Road, (corner of Abbott) Stittsville, Ontario K2S 0G8

Preaching the Doctrines of Grace

2 Stonehaven Dr. at Eagleson Road Sunday 10:00 A.M. Worship Service Nursery provided

Sunday Worship 10:30 am

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SUNDAY MASS TIMES Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am & 10:30 am Rev. C. Ross Finlan, Pastor Parish office - 613-836-8881 Fax - 613-836-8806

Sunday and weekday Bible studies see our website for times and locations

www.gracebaptistottawa.com ST. ISIDORE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

0705.R0011485319

Mass: Saturday at 5:00 pm Sunday at 9:00 and 11:00 am Telephone: (613) 592-1961 E-mail: office@stisidorekanata.com

1078 Klondike Road, Kanata 613-591-3246 “A Church Rooted in Christ and Fruitful”

Sunday 11:00am Worship Service with Nursery & Children’s Ministry

6:15pm Evening Service Rev. Carlo De Vito, Pastor of Family Ministries www.kanatafellowship.com

email: fellowshipbaptistchurch@bellnet.ca

Office: 613-836-2606 Web: www.cbcstittsville.com Email us at: cbcinfo@cbcstittsville.com Direction for life's crossroads

Rev. Louis Natzke, Pastor

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St. Paul's Anglican Church

Nursery, Sunday School, Junior & Senior Youth Groups Open Table Dinner 3rd Saturday of the month at 5pm The Reverend Jane McCaig 1619 Stittsville Main Street 613-836-5741 email: stthoms@magma.ca www.stthomasstittsville.ca

Rental Space Available at reasonable rates. Call for information.

Stittsville United Church

Sunday Eucharist Summer Services Sunday

8:00 am 8:00 am --Said Said Eucharist 9:15 am Music, Sunday School Nursery 10:00 am-- Choral - SungMusic, Eucharist and School Sunday&&School 11:00 am Praise Sunday Nursery

6255 Fernbank Road

20 YOUNG ROAD KANATA • 613-836-1001 www.stpaulshk.org

(corner of Main St. & Fernbank)

10:00 a.m. – Worship Service

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Nursery, Children & Youth Programs, Small Groups

“Welcome to all seeking spiritual refreshment” Holy Eucharist 9 am

Rev. Grant Dillenbeck Church: 613-836-4962 email: suchurch@primus.ca Visit our web site: www.suchurch.com

If you would like to see your church listed here please contact: Sharon Russell at 613-688-1483

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Summer Worship Service 9:30am through July and August

Sunday Services at 10:00 am

Pastor Shaun Seaman

St. Thomas Anglican Church

85 Leacock Drive, Kanata

PASTOR STEVE STEWART

1600 Stittsville Main Street, Stittsville

10:00am: Worship Service, Nursery, Children’s Program

We are a welcoming and friendly community that invites you to come and worship with us in our new church

Christ Risen Lutheran Church

Rev. Colin N. McKenzie, Sr. Pastor

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1135 March Rd., Kanata, ON. K2K 1X7 Pastor: Rev. M.M. Virgil Amirthakumar

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FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH

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15 Steeple Hill Cres., Nepean, ON 613-591-1135 www.stpatricks.nepean.on.ca

44 Rothesay Drive, Kanata, ON, K2L 2X1

HOLY SPIRIT CATHOLIC PARISH A Welcoming Community

www.holyspiritparish.ca

Saturday 5:00pm Sunday 9:00am & 11:00am

Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church

465 Hazeldean Rd. • 613-836-3145

www.kbc.ca

10:00 am: Service of Worship and Sunday School 613-836-4756 www.gcuc.ca

Children's Church

Pastors: Jonathan Mills , Bob Davies & Doug Ward

140 Abbeyhill Dr., Kanata Rev. Brian Copeland

MORNING WORSHIP 10 AM

KANATA UNITED CHURCH

kbc@kbc.ca

GLEN CAIRN UNITED CHURCH

“Becoming Whole Through the Power of Jesus”

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Seventh-Day Adventist Church

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Concerts In The Park 2012 Concert Dates & Details:

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first and foremost an equestrian facility, but it can offer much more. “It’s a big chunk of land and we felt there was more that could be done to make sure it’s used every day,” he said. Kris Sherry, a rider who once boarded her horse at the park for 15 years, said she worked with other volunteers and the park’s management seven years ago to save the site. “The same questions were being asked about whether the equestrian business was one the city wanted to be in,” she said, adding the group put together a proposal that would have seen the park operate on a cost-recovery basis. Sherry said management at the park changed a few years ago and she as prepared to fight for its future this time around. “We were totally blown away,” she said by the lack of notice of the potential closure. She said it would be good to upgrade the park for com-

petitions, but felt that whoever is in charge should continue providing affordable, safe riding for beginners. “There needs to be somewhere in Ottawa where an adult who has never been on a horse can do so in a safe environment for a reasonable rate,” Sherry said. COMPLETE PACKAGE

The proposal by Wesley Clover is detailed, with transportation, parking, drainage and energy all addressed in the 26-page document. The proposal includes green strategies, including a grandstand roof that funnels rainwater to storage tanks and the possibility of heating indoor spaces by burning horse manure. The plans envision parking for roughly 600 cars, expandable for the largest events by using undeveloped fields on the property. The site has poor drainage today, but Wesley Clover proposes expanding a small pond to improve drainage while

offering a wintertime skating rink. Gwatkin said the Matthews family has always been supportive of the equestrian community. “We understood that the lease was coming to an end and we went to the people involved to work out what we thought would be the best fit for the space,” he said. NCC spokesman Cedric Pelletier said the commission would like to continue the existing use of the park, which has been leased and operated by the former city of Nepean, and then Ottawa, since 1986. He said future offerings at the park will depend on what businesses and other groups suggest for the site. Pelletier declined comment on the Wesley Clover proposal because the city hasn’t officially terminated its lease. Gwatkin said there may be some other parties interested in the site, but wasn’t aware of any names. (With files from Laura Mueller)

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EMC news –Community hospitals are playing a major role in helping the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario tackle children’s health problems, CHEO CEO Alex Munter said during a trip to the Upper Ottawa Valley June 28. In an address to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital board prior to its annual meeting, Munter shared his message about the importance of combined efforts to deal with growing youth mental health and obesity problems. He also raised the issue earlier that day at a Renfrew County Community Engagement and Action workshop at Calabogie Peaks. He spoke about ‘Building Healthy Communities’ at the conference, using his perspective as a member of Ontario’s Healthy Kids Panel. The coming together of various health care representatives to find solutions to strengthening services for children in the rural areas is an encouraging step, he said. Munter also visited with youth at the Phoenix Centre for Children and Families in Renfrew. CHEO is working with the organization, providing training and programs so troubled teens can be assessed and treated locally, he noted. In his speech in Renfrew, Munter talked about CHEO’s work in promoting healthy

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benefit to CHEO, particularly in regards to its mission to bring care closer to patients. An RVH-CHEO partnership started five years ago, in which CHEO provided training and support, enabling many children to be treated at RVH instead of having to make the trek into Ottawa, he said. It also contributes to programs that help keep children healthy and avoid the need for them to go to the hospital in the first place. CHEO has also developed programs dealing with children’s obesity with the Deep River hospital and with chil-

dren’s diabetes with the Pembroke hospital, he noted. Munter pointed out CHEO arranges for a pediatric outreach clinic to regularly visit Valley hospitals. CHEO physicians will continue to provide regular teleconference lectures on everything from croup to asthma, he said.

He also praised the nurse practitioners and other health care professionals on both sides who have transferred their knowledge and built their skills “so you can provide the services that support children and youth right here.”

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Munter said renewed efforts are needed by society to slow the increase in mental health and obesity problems that threaten to overwhelm hospitals. Already one in five young people suffer from some form of mental illness, he said, adding that the rise has dramatically boosted crisis visits to CHEO’s emergency department and keeps its mental health beds perpetually full. See MUNTER, Page 36

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communities in Renfrew County and praised the “very effective” partnerships between CHEO and Renfrew County’s five hospitals. “I got to see some great work happening here,” he said of his day in the area. Munter said it is important for administrators to get out into the community to see what is and isn’t working when it comes to tackling health care problems. He shared a story about dealing with a malnutrition epidemic in Vietnam by observing and using what some

local people were doing right instead of trying to impose a solution from outside. “The moral of the story is that it’s all about bright spots … finding out what’s already working,” he said. Renfrew County is “full of bright spots,” said Munter. “There are a lot of successes here.” Renfrew County is leading the way in Eastern Ontario in some areas, he said, noting it is the best in the region in helping seniors stay in their homes as long as possible. Munter said working with community hospitals is a great

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EMC news – Const. Silvio “Syd� Gravel, then 34, was on patrol with a new recruit in Ottawa’s Ledbury-Heron Gate area early one morning some 25 years ago. The radio crackled and the familiar voice of the dispatcher cut through the darkness. It’s a 10/42, meaning an armed robbery. Nothing more is said regarding the type of weapon involved. Gun? Knife? Baseball bat? Police on the street that morning would have no idea. It is one of the many changes that would occur as a result of the deadly events that followed. On one level it didn’t matter. Police went into every situation assuming the worst. That was their best form of protection. Assume it was a gun. Let the icy facts lower the intensity, as they say. Seconds after the call a car comes flying over the railroad tracks ahead, sparks spinning off like fireworks. All four wheels skid onto a major artery. Gravel asks dispatch for a description of the car and turns on the lights and siren. If nothing else these clowns will face reckless driving charges. Turns out it’s a match with the getaway car. Gravel looks over at the new recruit, and pronounces in no uncertain terms that situation is grave. The car pulls over just as dispatch begins to describe the suspects. The driver gets out and walks toward Gravel’s patrol car. He hears the description and races back to the getaway car and speeds off. Gravel is in pursuit and watches as the car crosses through two yards, hits two cars along the way, bursts through a fence, and finally comes to a halt after slamming into a third car. The passenger, a troubled young man mixed up in drugs and let out recently after serving a spell for another armed robbery, climbs out of the car. His final few seconds on the planet are spent shirtless, on top of crumpled car. “Show your hands,� Gravel shouts over and over again, one hand on the handle of his gun. “Show your hands.� The suspect was facing away from Gravel, but turned slightly toward him and reached into his pants near the

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Syd Gravel admires the garden and fish pond through the window of his Fitzroy Harbour home. These days he is under considerably less stress then when he worked the streets of Ottawa as a cop. Gravel shares one particularly traumatic experience in his book 56 Seconds. crotch area. Gravel pulled the trigger and he went down. Meanwhile, the driver was screaming his head off. Someone walking a dog at the ungodly hour of 4 a.m. entered the scene. The world started working its fingers around Gravel’s head. The passenger got up again. Because he shot from the hip, Gravel figured he’d missed the passenger. The young man dropped again, ensuring he would never meet the son growing in his girlfriend’s belly. Gravel was busy ordering the driver onto the ground, the dog walker to back off, the lady in the housecoat on her front porch asking ‘What’s going on?’ to get back inside. But then cops seemed to appear out of nowhere and fill the location with flashing lights and security. A few more seconds passed before it was time to pull the hand out of the dead man’s pants. Apparently he had money shoved down there, maybe wanted to get rid of it.

There was no gun. No knife. No baseball bat. Nothing that spoke ‘armed robbery.’ “I just shot somebody that has no gun,� Gravel said in the comforts of his Fitzroy Harbour home, a quarter of a century later. The effects of that moment still haunt him from time to time. He still has trouble making decisions every once in a while, for instance. This, to a 31-year veteran who retired four years ago, who rose to the rank of staff sergeant, who has been recognized with several national and international awards, and who has been a keynote speaker and guest lecture on the topic of police trauma. Gravel asked that the victim’s name not be published. “He was from a good family who still has connections in the area,� he said. The victim’s father even approached Gravel at one point, asked if he was okay. 56 SECONDS

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audience is often surprised to learn that it all happened in just 56 seconds. Hence the name of his soon to be published 70-page book on the topic, which goes far beyond the incident to details of symptoms to look for in a cop suffering from post traumatic stress, coping mechanisms and more. The event is included in the book as a means of building credibility with officers who’ve had a similar experience. He explained, with some bitterness, that it took six years for the experts to examine the case and have all their questions answered. He would like the situation to be reversed, where they had 56 seconds to study the incident and he had six years to decide whether or not to shoot. “It must be a pretty complex decision if it takes six years to get all their questions answered,� he said. Along with dispatchers now expected to provide details on weapons used in armed robberies, the prevalent attitude

that said cops should spend the next night at a bar then get on with the job is a thing of the past. “The idea that you can buck up and take the heat; that’s the job, just do it; all of a sudden becomes a lot harder,� he said. “You’ve gotta talk about it.� Cops are trained to be pro-

Syd Gravel’s book, complete with symptoms to spot and coping mechanisms is available this fall.

fessionals, to examine facts, to think analytical. They are not trained to share their emotions. Which is why there was some hesitation when Gravel was quietly approached by another officer soon after the incident, one who he would later learn was involved in another shooting, and asked if everything was all right; if he was drinking a little more; if he needed someone to chat with. Gravel said everything was fine. But it wasn’t, and he knew it. That’s when a Dr. Pierre Turgeon from the University of Ottawa recruited him and other police offices involved in traumatic shootings. The group would meet to share their experiences. They would soon form Robin’s Blue Circle – a post-shooting trauma team that assists officers in working their way through the trauma of death or near-death work related incidents. Gravel has assisted over 40 officers survive near-death incidents over a 12-year period. Writing the book hasn’t been easy on Gravel. He is forced to relay the experience over and over again. But he feels strongly that if other officers can hand a copy of his book over to family and friends and say, ‘Here, this is what I’m going through’ it could help strengthen relations. And that would make it worth the cost, he said. The self-published 56 Seconds will be available this autumn. For more information, log onto 56secondsbook.com.  A SECOND BOOK

Gravel is also working on a second book. ‘Workplace Diversity: How to get it right’ is not about the altruistic aspirations of multiculturalism. It lays out how his award-winning recruitment program at the Ottawa Police Service can be translated to the private sector. It is a pragmatic strategy that ends with concrete results. Gravel said if a company digs through its existing work force to find elements of diversity, it can then focus on bringing in missing elements. In the end, he said, it’s about meeting customer expectations. Which will translate into success, he said.


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Fitzroy Harbour Provincial Park setting for Mick Armitage Band Jeff Maguire

EMC entertainment - The popular Mick Armitage Band will bring their “Rockin’ Our Lives Away Tour” to Fitzroy Harbour Provincial Park on Thursday, July 26 for what promises to be a great evening of classic rock and roll. The free show, which begins at 7 p.m. sharp and continues until dark, is part of the summer ‘Concert in the Park Series’ presented by the City of Ottawa. Once again the event is being sponsored by Waste Management who has been a constant supporter of the concerts which have run for nine consecutive years. The appeal of the Mick Armitage Band is underlined by the fact they have been invited to play as part of the concert series from the outset. Last August they thrilled a large audience at Village Square Park in Stittsville. Leader and drummer Mick Armitage is thrilled to be part of the series again this year. He’s particularly pleased to be playing at Fitzroy Harbour Provincial Park. “It is such a beautiful location and I promise it will be a lot of fun for everyone who comes out that night,” he stresses. As for the concert series itself, Armitage is proud of what has turned out to be a standing invitation from the city to take part in the outdoor

The Mick Armitage Band brings the Rockin’ Our Lives Away Tour to Fitzroy Harbour July 26. shows. “Ambush (another popular Eastern Ontario band) and us – we’ve both played as part of this same series for nine years now. We always enjoy it.” Armitage says what helps make the shows a success is the large audiences they attract. “We want another good crowd. This is a family show and we hope the kids will get involved. Bring your family and friends. “Come early and stay late,”

the long-time band leader urges. “Leave fido at home (pets are discouraged) come out, sing and dance to classic rock n’ roll. It will be a good night.” Next week’s concert will be preceded by a barbecue which is being run by the West Carleton Youth group. The hamburger and hot dog BBQ begins at 6 p.m. sharp, followed by the show itself at 7 o’clock. Concert goers are reminded

to bring lawn chairs, blankets and coolers with non-alcoholic beverages. In deference to the family nature of the show, alcohol will not be allowed on site! “Bring your dancing shoes and your cameras. This is going to be an enjoyable evening,” Armitage laughs. “There will be prizes – and surprises – galore.” The Mick Armitage Band has been around for more than 20 years and has a loyal following across Ottawa and

eastern Ontario. Busy band The upcoming Fitzroy Harbour stop is one of many in what is another busy year of entertaining for the band. They were recently part of the fun at the ever popular Merrickville Car Show which drew a huge turnout to the Rideau Canal village on July 8. On Friday Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. the band will perform at the third annual Swampfest at Kinburn Community

Centre Hall in West Carleton. Also part of that show will be Canadian champion fiddler Louis Schryer and Ottawa Valley step dancer Ms. Kaitlyn Schryer. Mick and the lads begin the fall fair circuit Saturday, Aug. 25 with an arena show as part of the Massey Fair. Massey is located on the north shore of Georgian Bay in the Sudbury region. On Sunday, Sept. 2 they will make another appearance at the Shawville Fair in West Quebec. The Labour Day weekend performance is a late-nighter which gets underway at 10:30 p.m. The group is also booked for family reunions, weddings and private parties for the rest of the year. Looking ahead, on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2013 the Mick Armitage Band will feature during the black tie Valentine’s Charity Ball at Centurion Hall in Ottawa. Besides Armitage on drums and vocals other members of the band include vocalist/ guitarist Al Tambay, vocalist/bass player Grant Tomkinson, saxophonist/singer Bruce Baker, with Al Bragg on the keyboards. Bragg “The Reverend” also provides additional vocal support. For complete information on the band and their schedule for this year and early 2013 visit the website: www. mickarmitageband.com

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Hop over to third annual Kinburn Swampfest Aug. 24 -26 Jim Armstrong

EMC events - The 3rd annual Kinburn Swampfest end of summer festival will be held from Aug. 24-26. The live music festival features some of the best entertainers in the Ottawa Valley, from classic country to alternative rock. There will be expanded entertainment and other activities for kids of all ages, including a marketplace for local vendors and organizations. With campgrounds and motel/hotel accommodation within 20 minutes of the festival, and Parliament Hill only 50 minutes away, Swampfest can easily be an affordable one-day or evening outing, a weekend get-away or part of a longer holiday in the National Capital Region. The festival kicks off on Friday evening, Aug. 24, with the Mick Armitage Band, one of the top musical groups in the Ottawa Valley. Louis Schreyer and his daughter Kaitlyn, two of the best fiddlers the valley has to offer,

will also be appearing with the band. A special guest with the band will be Peter White from Hemet, California. At 82 years of age, he is one of the best traditional harmonica players around, and will be a real crowd pleaser. Friday evening also features a “black light” teen dance for nine to 14-yearolds in the community centre from 7:45-9:45 p.m., hosted by Youth Connexion. On Saturday, the gates open at noon and the live music starts at 2 p.m. The entertainers will include fiddlers and step dancers Kyle Felhaver and Becky Reid from Arnprior; Neil McDaniel from Cape Breton Island; Steve Stacey and Stephanie Stacey from Carp; Jeanika Benoit, a young and very talented singer from Arnprior; Kinburn’s own fiddler and stepdancer Cindy Thompson; Adrienne Taylor from the Pontiac; and Jamie Pirie from Antrim with The Grommetts. Vendetta, a popular alternative/classic rock group from

Ottawa, closes out Saturday with a show from 10 p.m. to midnight. Once again, the master of ceremonies on Saturday is Charlie Kitts of Almonte, a 2010 inductee into the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame and a popular host on CHIP 101.7 radio. The house band once again is Triple Play. New for this year on Saturday is an exhibit of Harley Davidson motorcycles by the Freedom Chapter of the Harley Owners Group (HOG) of Ottawa. This is an opportunity for people to have their picture taken with their favourite bike, and proceeds of donations go to the Children’s Wish Foundation. Also new this year is a dog agility demonstration on Saturday afternoon put on by the West Carleton Dog Agility Group (WAG). Organizers are also putting up a volleyball net, with supervision, to encourage families and friends to get active for a bit with a game of pick-up volleyball.

For the children, organizers have brought back Little Ray’s Reptiles, the magicians Philip and Henry, Crash the Clown and Tom Stephenson, a ropemaker from Pembroke. Youth Connexion will also be offering various kids activities all day. The marketplace will be open on Saturday afternoon, featuring local vendors, businesses and displays by community organizations. On Sunday morning, take in a live performance by Kinburn’s own Van Barr family while enjoying a breakfast served up by the firefighters from Kinburn Station 61. Admission to the Mick Armitage Band on Friday evening is $10 per person. General Admission on Saturday is $15, seniors and student’s admission is $10, children 12 and under is free. Admission to the teen dance on Friday evening is $7 per person. The cost of the Sunday fireman’s breakfast is $5 for adults and $3 for children. A limited number of Ad-

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of the few stopping places along the Ottawa-Arnprior Road. Although the Swamp Tavern (and the swamp) are long gone, event organizers have retained the name as a link to the community’s early history. The KCA family corn roast, which has been held for many years on this weekend has not been forgotten, but has been moved to Friday evening, Sept. 7. Kinburn Swampfest would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors. This year’s sponsors include Antares Engineering Consultants, Black Electric, Diamondview Electric, Eaton Electric, GAL Power Systems, GED General Contracting, Jim Wilkins, Nev’s Heating & Cooling, and The Valley Vendor. Visit the website at www. kinburn.ca/swampfest, on Facebook at “Kinburn Swamp Fest” and on Twitter at @ KCASwampfest for the latest news about Swampfest.

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Keep the wheels turning on the Care Coach for seniors Liz Wall

EMC lifestyle - Getting right to the point: the reality is, without the community’s financial support, we at Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors At Home would not be able to offer the vital service the Care Coach Para-Transit provides. The Care Coach, a specialized transportation service for persons of all ages, receives no municipal, provincial or federal government funding. For the past five years, Seniors At Home hosted the annual Dare to Care Telethon in order to raise funds for the continuing operation of the Care Coach. Once again reality hits. The expenses started to outweigh the amounts raised. Though we truly appreciated all the volunteers who assisted in the past telethons, and for the monies raised, we are now approaching this crucial fundraiser with a Mail-Out-Campaign titled ‘Keep the Wheels Turning’ to be delivered to all the homes within Arnprior, Township of McNab-Braeside and surrounding areas. Right now in our communities, seniors and individuals of all ages with special needs require your financial support. You just never know when you or a loved one may require our specialized transportation. “Over the past several months, the Care Coach has come to play an important and much appreciated role in the life of our family,� said Valerie Werely of Arnprior. “Mom lives at the Grove Nursing Home and with the Care Coach specialized transportation her quality of life has been greatly enhanced. We highly recommend this great service to other families. Thanks to each one who supports this service which means so much to us and to others in our community.� The need exists

The United Way’s Community Matters Survey in 2005 stated there was a need in our community for Para-transit transportation. With many dedicated hours the necessary funds were raised and with a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation the Care Coach came to be in February 2008. Now it is 2012 and we continue to offer the only Para-

Transit Transportation within our communities with no government funding. Since 2008 our Care Coach has been on over 7,000 trips locally as well as to Renfrew, Pembroke, North Bay, Fitzroy Harbor, Pakenham, Constance Bay, Almonte and Ottawa, with an average of over 200 trips per month. “The Care Coach program has been transporting residents of Autumn Leaves Lodge for many safe and happy years,� said Ken Chapman, executive director, Autumn Leaves Lodge in Braeside. “Colin Borshevsky, the Para-Transit driver is friendly, careful, courteous, plus always considerate with our residents. Without the Care Coach, many persons would have no transportation available to attend senior day programs, doctor appointments and many other obligations. “We consider the Care Coach an essential service for all living within Arnprior and the Township of McNabBraeside as well for our residents.�

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Gina’s day off Derek Dunn

All set to take in the John Hughes 1986 classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is the Acchione-Nadons, including mom Gina along with Hope and Jacob. Movies are playing Wednesdays for free at Fitzroy Provincial Park. Up next, on July 25, is Jamanji. There is a canteen available with proceeds going to the City of Ottawa’s Youth Connexion.

Your Children’s Aid Confidentiality – It’s about the kids. The child welfare system receives plenty of attention from the media; and rightly so. As a publicly funded organization serving a vulnerable population, we understand that members of the public have an interest in knowing how we use our resources to keep the children of their community safe. Child welfare agencies understand the importance of transparency and the need to publicly account for their practices. At the Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa when we receive a media inquiry, we actively engage the media and avoid “no comment” statements. We welcome the opportunity to provide information that puts issues into context and inform the public on our practices in general terms. Where we do draw the line however, is in discussing individual cases. The Child and Family Services Act prevents us from making case information public and disclosing identifying information about the children and families we serve. Beyond these legislative requirements, it is also our strong belief that children and youth have a fundamental right to privacy even though adults in their lives may at times decide to bring their family issues out in the open through various media. We know from experience what impact a simple mention about a child and his or her family in the media can have in the immediate or in the future, especially when such information attracts unwanted exposure or interest within the different circles that the child frequents, such as school, sports… Children who have been impacted by abuse or neglect should be left, as much as possible, to find their way to be at peace with the traumatic events they have experienced with the support of those they chose to include in their lives and without the external pressures that may come from being exposed to the public eye. Media and the internet may at times present a unique challenge in this respect. Here at the CAS, it is essential to the nature of our work that families and children who need our services, now or in the future, be confident that we will not discuss their particular circumstances in any public arena. For more information on leaving children home alone call 613-747-7800.

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2010 FORD EDGE SEL - AWD 19,439* � $138*biweekly

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2008 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER SS 4X4

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2008 HONDA CIVIC DXG 11,978* � $110*biweekly

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2008 MAZDA 5 GS 12,797* � $118*biweekly

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2008 HONDA CIVIC DXG 11,194* � $103*biweekly

2011 DODGE CALIBER SXT 15,739* � $112*biweekly

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2007 MAZDA 3 GS 9,944* � $91*biweekly

4 dr, auto, air, loaded • st#15169

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2008 ACURA TL 18,490* � $148*biweekly

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2011 FORD F150 XL 19,887* � $141*biweekly

2008 DOD. RAM SLT 4X4 LARAMIE $ * $ *

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2008 SATURN ASTRA 10,541* � $97*biweekly

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CLICK IT... 613-735-0166 PRINT IT... FOREST LEA INN BUY IT at 1356 Pembroke St., W.

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*Prices & payments are plus taxes. Cost of delayed payments will be incorporated into your mthly payment. 2005-06: 60mths, 2007-08: 72 mths, 2009-2010: 84 mths. Ex: $10,000 over 96 mths @ 8.95% - payment is $139.61. COB is $3,403.59 OAC. Payments are biweekly. At least one at this price. May be daily rental. Subject to prior sale. See dealer.

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Theresa Fritz

To market, to market

The Carp Farmers’ Market celebrated its 22nd birthday Saturday. Kanata North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson (above) brought greets as market president Bob Dobson looked on, West Carleton-March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson (photo right) served up birthday cake to Jack Donaldson of Pakenham and Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren, a one-time market vendor, also brought greetings.

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talented Canadian athletes on this team. It’s an honour to have the opportunity to carry our flag while representing the sport of triathlon, but more importantly, it’s a privilege to be the one who will lead this amazing team of Canadian athletes who have dedicated their lives to achieving their Olympic dream and represent our nation on the world’s greatest sporting stage.” Whitfield is a two-time Olympic medallist, winning gold in the first ever Olympic Triathlon event in Sydney in 2000 and earning silver in a thrilling finish four years ago in Beijing. He also carried the Maple Leaf into the Closing Ceremonies in Sydney. He won the prestigious 2009 World Cup in Des Moines, Idaho, a bronze medal at the 2009 World Team Championships, a gold medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, and a bronze medal at the 1999 Pan

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Wolverines U16 Girls flag football team wins provincial title EMC sports - On Sunday, July 8 the West Carleton Wolverines U16 Girls Flag Football team travelled to Nepean for a one game showdown versus a U16 Select Flag Football Team from Ottawa. The winner would be crowned provincial champions and advance to the national championships in Burlington, Ontario in late July. The Wolverines had been offered the opportunity to compete in this one game showdown due in large part to their success on the field

in NCAFA’s girl’s touch football league. Flag football differs somewhat from its touch football cousin and consists of teams of seven players. The Wolverines selected seven players all who had been with the club since they started touch football three seasons ago. They are Chelsea Hay, Hayley Gow, Sarah Garrett, Hillary Wilson, Mallory Donaldson, Katy Baker and Coralie Scissons. Also chosen were two alternates Rylie McManus and Shayla Beleque. Coaching the team

was three-year coach Darren Donaldson. The game started slowly with both teams getting a feel for the game as well as showing a lot of nerves. On their first three possessions neither team was able to cross mid field. However West would strike first as quarterback Hillary Wilson would throw 40 yards to Chelsea Hay, who would run into the end zone for a 6-0 advantage. Wilson would throw five yards to Garrett for the extra point and up the lead to 7-0. The Ottawa Submitted

The West Carleton Wolverines U16 flag football team won the provincial championship July 8. Team members include (front row) Katie Baker, Sarah Garrett, Chelsea Hay, Rylie McManus, (second row) head coach Darren Donaldson, Shayla Beleque,  Mallory Donaldson, Hillary Wilson, Hayley Gow, Coralie Scissons, team manager Karen Wilson, assistant coach Andy McArdle

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Selects (comprised of girls from Nepean, Kanata and Orleans) would not fold. On the first half’s final play they would complete a short five yard pass for a touchdown bringing the halftime score to 7-6 West Carleton. The second half it appeared as the Wolverines had shaken off any nerves and started to take over the action. Katie Baker would show why she has become one of Ottawa’s finest players as she would intercept a Select’s pass and return it 10 yards. The Wolverines would convert quickly as Sarah Garrett would throw eight yards to Baker and a touchdown. The extra point was a success as Gow would catch a Garrett pass for a 14-6 lead. On defence rusher Coralie Scissons had a huge game as she would knock down a couple pass attempts as well as frustrate the Ottawa quarterback into hurried throws all second half. Once back on offence the Wolverines would quickly add to their lead as Garrett would throw into the end zone to Hay for her second touchdown of the game and a 196 advantage. Garrett was not done as she would also throw

two yards to center Mallory Donaldson for the Wolverines third touchdown of the half. With the lead now 26-6 the Wolverines turned to their defence to shut down any chance of an Ottawa comeback. With pass break ups from Wilson and Donaldson the Wolverines made sure the lead would stand up. Final score 26-6 West Carleton. Coach Donaldson added praise for the girls saying he “was proud of how they played hard and was impressed on the total team effort with all seven players making contributions.” Wolverine club president Andy McArdle commented on the accomplishment. “As a club we could not be more proud of these girls. They have represented us extremely well over the last three touch football seasons and felt this was an opportunity we had to offer them. I have no doubt they will represent the Wolverines, West Carleton and Ontario very well at the Nationals.” The Wolverines will travel to Burlington July 27 to compete in the Football Canada U16 Girls National Championship. They will face five other provinces over a threeday span.

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EMC sports – The countdown is on for the 2012 World Broomball Championships. With a little over three months until the best broomballers in the world showcase their skills in the Ottawa Valley, members of the Arnprior organizing committee unveiled the event logo in the ice at the Nick Smith Centre last week. The Nick Smith Centre is a major host venue for the Oct. 29 to Nov. 3 event, hosting games as well as the finals. Other host venues include the Almonte and District Community Centre, the Stewart Community Centre in Pakenham, Neelin Street Community Centre in Carleton Place and Beckwith Recreation Complex. BIG EVENT

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tries, will participate in the event. As of July 15, the official event indicated there were 56 team registered. The official host committee chair is George Brown, a resident of Carleton Place known throughout the Valley as ‘Mr. Broomball’. Brown has been hosting tournaments for more than 35 years and is also the VP tech of Broomball Canada. With all the players and coaches expected in the area for this momentous sporting event, volunteers are needed. “We could use about 200 volunteers,” said local committee member and Arnprior director of recreation Glenn Arthur. “We are looking at possibly 24 games per day.” Those interested in volunteering for event should visit www.2012broomball.ca. Volunteer duties will range from a wide array of activities and skills and organizers will do their best to accommodate individuals in an area they are most interested in. Theresa Fritz

The Arnprior organizing committee for the 2012 World Broomball Championships gathers around the event logo, inset into the ice of Arena A at the Nick Smith Centre, last Wednesday. Committee members are (from left) Glenn Arthur, Jay Koch, Shay Klimpel, Terry Dykens, John Dalgity, Ruth Brown, George Brown (chair of the event host committee as well), Don Belton, Dan Kennedy, Bill Mulvihill and Jack Daley are working had on organizing the local aspects of the event. The 2012 championships will take place Oct. 29 to Nov. 3 at different Ottawa Valley venues, with the finals set for the Nick Smith Centre.

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We are now hiring a part time CYW for our Foster Care Program. Must have experience working with adolescents. Group care experience an asset. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Flexible schedule to include days, evenings and weekends. Must have vehicle and valid drivers licence. BeneďŹ ts package available following probationary period. Please fax your resume to 613-257-5475. Looking for Foster Parents We are currently seeking caring individuals/couples who want to open their home to children/youth that require strong structure/loving and nurturing environments. This is an opportunity to change the life of a young person. Compensation for time and expenses provided. If you are interested please call (613) 253-7881 ext 227 48 NewsReview EMC -EMC Thursday, July 19,July 2012 56 Stittsville West Carleton - Thursday, 19, 2012

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Team Member for Financial Life Planning office in Stittsville. If you would enjoy making a difference in our clients lives, have strong people, administrative, organizational and computer skills and want to work flexible part time hours with an option for full time in future, send your resume to: npenk@financiallysound.ca. For a detailed job description please go to:

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

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Cedar (white), quality lumber, most sizes, decking, T&G, channel rustic. Also huge bundles of cedar slabs ($45) and large bags of shavings ($35). w w w. s c o u t e n w h i t e c e d a r. c a (613)283-3629.

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DRS Technologies Canada, a Finmeccanica Company, is a leading supplier to major international defense and aerospace companies. Based at our manufacturing facility in Carleton Place, we are looking for a Quality Specialist, Test Technicians and Assemblers. The work requires the employees to be exible in their work schedule and available for overtime. Quality Specialist Major Responsibilities: s 4HEPURPOSEOFTHISROLEISTOEVALUATETHEQUALITYREQUIREMENTSFORPROJECTSANDOR products and to ensure these requirements are implemented for the respective programs. Typical tasks include representing DRS as the quality representative with respect to customers, subcontractors, suppliers and government agencies, implementing procedures in compliance with the DRS Quality System, providing guidance and support in Continuous Improvement initiatives, and performing Quality System audits in compliance with ISO 9001-2000, AS 9100 and Transport Canada Civil Aviation Requirements. Key QualiďŹ cations Required: s !4ECHNICAL$IPLOMAANDlVEYEARSRELEVANTEXPERIENCE s 0REVIOUSEXPERIENCEANDSTRONGKNOWLEDGEOFEFFECTIVEAUDITINGTECHNIQUES s 4HOROUGHUNDERSTANDINGOFDOMESTICANDINTERNATIONALSTANDARDSANDSPECIlCATIONS (e.g. ISO 9000, AS 9100, Civil Aviation Requirements) s $EMONSTRATEDPROBLEM SOLVINGSKILLSANDROOTCAUSEANALYSIS s $EMONSTRATED30#ANDDATAINTERPRETATIONANDPRESENTATIONSKILLS s %XCELLENTWRITTENANDVERBALCOMMUNICATIONANDINTERPERSONALSKILLS s %XCELLENTKNOWLEDGEANDINTERPRETATIONOFMANUFACTURINGWORKMANSHIPREQUIREMENTS J-STD, IPC 610, WHMA 620, and NASA 8739.1, .2, .3, .4 standards s 3OLIDUNDERSTANDINGOFELECTRICALELECTRO MECHANICALTESTING DESIGNANDASSOCIATED production technologies Test Technicians (6-month contract) Major Responsibilities: s 4HE4EST4ECHNICIANWILLFOLLOWTESTPROCEDURESTOPERFORMTESTSONMANUFACTURED Circuit Card Assemblies, chasses and systems. The individual will use various pieces of test equipment to make simple to complex measurements that will be documented in test data sheets. The technician may be called upon to provide technical guidance to other groups inside the company as required. Key QualiďŹ cations Required: s %LECTRONICS4ECHNICIANCERTIlCATEORGREATERTHANYRSIMILARMILITARYTRAINING OR equivalent combination of education and related work experience s 2ELATEDWORKEXPERIENCEINELECTRONICSINDUSTRYANASSET s -AINTAINANYCERTIlCATIONSANDSECURITYCLEARANCESNEEDEDTOCOMPLYWITH government regulations and customer requirements s )NTEGRATIVETHINKERANDPROBLEMSOLVER s 'OODWORKINGKNOWLEDGEOF3TATISTICAL0ROCESS#ONTROL s 3OUNDUNDERSTANDINGOF*UST )N 4IMEAND-20))PRINCIPLESASAPPLIEDTO production s !BILITYTOREADBASICANALOGDIGITALRFSCHEMATICS s !BILITYTOIDENTIFYFAILURETRENDS GATHERNECESSARYDATAANDNOTIFY%NGINEERING Electro/Mechanical Assemblers (6-month contract) Major Responsibilities: s 0ERFORMSFUNCTIONSWHICHMAYINCLUDEPREP MECHANICAL HARNESS CABLE PRINTED circuit board sub-assemblies, spray application, and inspection, typically working FROMMODELSANDORDRAWINGS WITHIN0RODUCTION0REPARESCOMPONENTSAND wires by using automated or manual forming, point to point wiring and soldering, cutting, and loading components into printed circuit boards often using colour coded materials Key QualiďŹ cations Required: s #ERTIlCATEINELECTRONICSASSEMBLYFROMARECOGNIZEDINSTITUTION OREQUIVALENT work experience is an asset s %XPERIENCEASSEMBLINGTOMILITARYORAEROSPACESTANDARDS)0# !  * 34$ 

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Certified piano technician, with Piano Technician’s Guild, extensive experience with tuning, repairing and rebuilding. w w w . p i a n o 4 u . c a 6 1 3 - 2 8 4 - 8 3 3 3 , 1-877-742-6648.

DOG SITTING Experienced retired breeder providing lots of TLC. My home. Smaller dogs only. References available. $17-$20 daily Marg 613-721-1530

LEGAL Bridlewood- Caregiver with 18 years experience has space available. All ages welcome. Plenty of TLC; nutritious meals/snacks; outdoor/indoor play; nonsmoking environment. Excellent references. Teachers only please. Call 613-852-1560. Respite Care: In home 15 years Nursing experience. Specializing in Elderly/ Dementia/Alzheimer Clients. Plenty of TLC while you give quality time to yourself. Flexible hours, please call 819-684-8834.

CRIMINAL RECORD? You can be arrested, jailed or deported if you enter the United States with a criminal record. A waiver clears you for entry. Call now, toll free: 1-8-NOW PARDON) 1-866-972-7366 www.removeyourrecord.com In business since 1989

LOCAL ROCKBAND in the Arnprior area looking for a lead/ rythm guitar player to join the back. Back-up vocals or vocals an asset but not necessary! We have a place to rehearse and a full P.A. system. Sorry, no beginners. For more information Call Wade and leave message 613-623-4382

MORTGAGES $$MONEY$$ Consolidate Debts Mortgages to 90% No income, Bad credit OK! Better Option Mortgage #10969 1-800-282-1169 www.mortgageontario.com

HUNTING SUPPLIES Canadian Firearm/Hunter Safety Courses. Call Dave Arbour 613-257-7489 or visit www.valleysportsmanshow.com for dates and details of courses near you.

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TRUE Advice! TRUE Clarity! TRUE Psychics! 1-877-342-3032 or 1-900-528-6256 or Mobile #4486 (18+) 3.19/min. www.truepsychics.ca

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Hunter Safety Canadian Firearms Course. August 10, 11, 12 or Sept 14, 15, 16. Carp. Wenda Cochran at 613-256-2409.* Hunter Safety/Canadian Firearms Courses and exams throughout the year. Organize a course and yours is free. Call Wenda Cochran 613-256-2409.

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MOTORCYCLES 2005 Honda Shadow 750 Areo, red, 12100km. Asking $3900. John, 613-275-2433.

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Adorable Bichon Frise puppies for sale. Home raised, first shots. For more information please contact Kim at 613-229-8110. CKC registered German Shepherd pups. Beautiful black and red. German bloodlines. $1,200. Please visit: sigfieldgermanshepherds.com

Welder

(MCAW, SMAW and GMAW or ability to achieve certification) CWB Supervisor Certification an Asset

Triodetic offers a competitive compensation packages including excellent benefits and working conditions in a modern facility located in the heart of Arnprior, Ontario.

TRAILERS / RV’S 30ft Cherokee 5th wheel 2005, $12,900. Health forces sale. Great condition. New tires, 3KW electric start Generator. Can deliver, have pics. (613)264-9554.

A Small Family Oriented Home

requires a Public Relations/ Activity Director 613-838-5017

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2002 Prowler sleeps 4, full stand up shower A/C. Specially built trailer, call for details, with decks, shed . Must see in person. $12,900 or best offer. includes lots fess for 2012 Can be seen at Camel Chute Campground check it out at w w w. c a m e l c h u t e c a m p ground.ca 613-851-2865

VACATION/COTTAGES Internet, satellite, upper and lower deck on 4 season chalet, overlooking Rideau Lake at Beveridge Locks. 30’ dock, outdoor furniture and BBQ, hardwood floors, leather furniture, 3 bedroom with queen size beds and bedding, 1-1/2 baths with towels, bright kitchen with dishes, etc. Just bring your food. $990/week. 613-838-2501 or 613-293-9283.

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VEHICLES

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Assortment of used tires, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.5. Summers, all-season and snows. Also used car parts. Gord 613-257-2498.

WEDDING Weddings, Baptisms & Funerals, location of your choice. Also available small weddings, my home, weekdays. The Rev. Alan Gallichan. 613-726-0400.

WORK WANTED Certified Mason. 12 years experience. Chimney repair, restoration, parging, repointing. Brick, block and stone. Small/big job specialist. Free estimates. 613-250-0290. Send A Load to the dump, cheap. Clean up clutter, garage sale leftovers or leaf and yard waste. 613-256-4613.

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We currently have positions for Sales Managers. Finance Managers. Parts Managers. Service Advisors. Lot Managers. Administrative Staff.

Business Retention + Tourism Intern

(6 month contract) The Municipality of North Grenville is accepting applications from interested and qualiďŹ ed candidates for a Business Retention + Tourism Intern. The position is contract based for a period of six months and consists of a 35 hour work week. As a federally funded position under the Eastern Ontario Development Program (EODP), Applicants must be under the age of 30 years and recently graduated with a degree, diploma or Ontario Ministry CertiďŹ cate from a post-secondary institution. A complete job description is available on our website at www.northgrenville.ca/employment.cfm and information regarding salary is available upon request. Your resume with references must be submitted to: Teri Devine, Economic Development Co-ordinator Municipality of North Grenville 285 County Rd. 44, Box 130, Kemptville ON K0G 1J0 Telephone: 613-258-9569 x115 Fax: 613-258-9620 e-mail: tdevine@northgrenville.on.ca We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act will only be used for candidate selection.

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Free training classes are ďŹ lling up. Spaces will be limited. This steady secure part-time job is the perfect income supplement for retirees, stayat-home moms or the self-employed. Make a difference in a child’s life! Call now! 613-688-0653 E-mail: ottawa.recruiting@ďŹ rstgroup.com We are an equal opportunity employer.

FAST growing Communications Company Has

Immediate OfďŹ ce Manager Position Available Prospective applicants would be required to perform the following duties but not limited to: Front line reception Customer service, Customer Satisfaction, Technical support assistance through our network of CertiďŹ ed Installation Technicians. Overseeing the Quoting and Completion Of jobs OfďŹ ce &Warehouse Management Inventory control & Management Sales, Activation And Coordination of booking appointments of products and services We sell On site and in ofďŹ ce Quality control & Safety inspections Ensuring Paperwork processing Deadlines are met. Attend technical Training Courses with Technicians. Some lifting of products Required Able to Work a 5 Days a week Rotational Saturdays Open and or close of the ofďŹ ce Between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Saturday. Shifts May vary.

REQUIREMENTS Grade 12 diploma Basic computer skills Working Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel Self starter and well organized Reliable, Honest & Trustworthy Ability to multi task Good people skills Must Possess a Can do attitude Can work in a fast paced environment Good Problem solving Skills Candidate Must Pass A criminal background check & Must Possess a Valid G Drivers License & Provide a clean Drivers Abstract

Routes Available! We’re looking for Carriers to deliver our newspaper!

• Deliver Right In Your Own Neighbourhood • Papers Are Dropped Off At Your Door • Great Family Activity • No Collections • Thursday Deliveries

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Salary based on Experience & Performance 6 Month Bonus and discount on products and services we carry. Only those Selected for an interview Will be contacted. Please send resume to Admin@scheelcommunications.com fax to 613-623-9992 WWW.SCHEELCOMMUNICATIONS.COM

Stunning 3 bedroom. 4 bath townhome on 12 Cedarock Dr. No backyard neighbour. Walking distance to all amenities, you must see. (613)271-1902.

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Triodetic is a CWB certified manufacturing location.

Triodetic , a division of Plaintree Systems Inc 10 Didak Drive Arnprior, ON K7S 0C3 Fax: 613-623-4647 www.triodetic.com hr@triodetic.com

Close to What Matters! Affordable Glencairn semi-detached two storey home. Laminate, bamboo and pine flooring. Three bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, rec room, high efficiency furnace and central air. Patio door, master bedroom and basement windows new in 2012. Freshly painted, ready to move in. $279,900. Clive Pearce, Broker of Record, Guidestar Realty, Brokerage. (613)226-3018 ext 222.

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Preference will be given to candidates with proven experience in: • CNC Press Brake and Shear operations • Aluminum and Stainless welding • Pressure Vessel welding • Health and Safety Programs • Quality Control Systems

REAL ESTATE SERVICES

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED Triodetic, an internationally recognized designer, manufacturer and supplier of Specialty Structures - Domes, Free Form Structures, Barrel Vaults and Space Frames invites interested applicants for the positions of:

TRAILERS / RV’S

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Passed away tragically in Lagos, Nigeria on June 3rd, 2012 at the age of 60 years. Dearly loved husband of 37 years to Pam (nee Munro). Proud and loving father to Corey (Laura) and Jodi (Johnny). Much beloved and cherished older brother to Neil. Son of the late Bas and May Norris. Son in law to Leonard James and the late Evelyn James. Brother in law to Maureen, Lee, Andrea & Heather. Cherished uncle to Vanessa (Bryn & Amelia), Holly, David & Selena. Dog whispering Grandfather to many four legged friends. Respected Oga to his wonderful Nigerian “family�. Will be greatly missed by many colleagues at OSFI, IMF, DFID and the Central Bank of Nigeria. Friends may call at the Garden Chapel of Tubman Funeral Homes, 3440 Richmond Road, Nepean (between Bayshore Dr. and Baseline Rd.) on Thursday, July 19, 2012 from 2:00 – 4:00 & 7:00 – 9:00 pm. A Service Celebrating Kim’s Life will be held in the Chapel on Friday, July 20th at 11:00 am, followed by a reception. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, a charity very close to his heart. Condolences, tributes or donations may be made at www.tubmanfuneralhomes.com.

NOW BOOKING ON SITE SUMMER AUCTIONS – BOOK YOUR DATE NOW! Saturday July 21, 2012 - Outdoor Auction. 22 Johnston Street, Carleton Place. Auction Starts at 10 am (Preview from 9 am). 1973 3/4 Ton GMC VanduraApprox. 64,000 Miles, One Owner, V8 Auto, 3 Speed Standard, JFK memorabilia, Swords, WW2 Hand Guns (Disarmed), M2 (Disarmed), Large Selection of Tools, AS NEW Household Furniture, LCD & PLASMA TV’s, Sports Collectibles & More! Sunday July 22, 2012 - Estate & Consignment Auction at our Auction Hall. 182 Glenview Rd., Smiths Falls. Auction Starts at NOON (Preview from 11 am). Lazy Boy Chesterfield & Chair, French Provincial Vanity, 8 Pc. Dining Room Suite with Large Buffet/Hutch, Modern Electric Grandfather clock, Gas Lawn Mowers, tool Boxes, Gait Leg Table, Large Assortment of Tools, Outdoor Water Fountain, Contents of 2 Homes plus Consignments - Please Expect a Very Large Auction! Saturday July 28 2012 - On Site Large Collectible & Sportsmen Auction. Auction Starts at 10am (Preview from 9am) 3752 Bass Road, Rideau Lakes Twp. - 2001 Hyundai Tiberon, 2 Jeep YJ’s, 2000 Montana, 8 Person Hot Tub, Firearms, Archery & Fishing Items, Tools, LARGE Selection of Old Coins, Household Appliances & Furniture, Canoes, Utility Trailer, 15 - 20 Year Collection of Dungeons & Dragons, X BOX, X Box Games, 40+ Paint ball Guns, & SO MUCH MORE! Sunday July 29, 2012 - One Consignor Liquidation. Name With-held At Our Auction Hall. 182 Glenview Rd., Smiths Falls. Auction Starts at NOON (Preview from 11 am). Furniture, Appliances, Antiques, Collectibles, & More!

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Antiques and Household Furnishings Jewellery, Coins, Generator For The Estate of the Late Hector Sutherland (former ski Olympian) and others to be held at Hands Auction Hall, 5501 County Rd 15, R R # 2, Brockville Friday, July 27 @ 5 p.m. Please visit www.handsauction.com to view catalogue, pictures and participate in Online Bidding opening Friday, July 20 @ 9 a.m. and closing Friday, July 27 @ 12 noon. Or if you prefer join us at the live auction in our comfortable air conditioned hall. The choice is now yours.

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Peacefully at the Arnprior Hospital on Monday afternoon, July 9th, 2012 following a lengthy illness. Gregory Hugh Stanton of Logger’s Way at the age of 81 years. Beloved son of the late John Joseph Stanton and the late Mary Ellen Kelly. Brother of Leona Bradley (late Elliott) of Arnprior. Predeceased by 2 brothers: Keith Stanton (late Rita) and Omar “Jack� Stanton (late Anne). Greg will be lovingly remembered by his nieces and nephews and their families, and by his friends and neighbors. A kind and gentle man, Greg was proud of his heritage and his family. He loved people. He strived to reach out to others and always maintained a positive approach. We will miss his sense of humour. A man of deep faith has left this world for a better place. Family and friends may pay their respects at the Pilon Family Funeral Home and Chapel Ltd., 50 John Street North, Arnprior on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Michael’s Church, Fitzroy Harbour on Saturday morning, July 14th at 10 o’clock. $SFNBUJPOXJMMGPMMPX*OUFSNFOU4U.JDIBFMT Parish Cemetery, Fitzroy Harbour at a later EBUF*ONFNPSZPG(SFH BEPOBUJPOUPUIF Arnprior Hospital “Palliative Care Unit� would be appreciated. Condolences/Tributes/Donations www.pilonfamily.ca CL362054

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for George Jakovlevs at 41 Treelawn Blvd., Perth (Perthmore Glen) on Sat., July 21/12 @ 9 am Preview Chattels @ 8 am. Property to be auctioned@11 am.

~ Superior Perthmore Glen Bungalow ~ This property is for empty nesters, retirees, those wishing to own a centrally located home for the winter or, to just enter the Perthmore community. This beautifully appointed “Princess Model� has a tiled entry with french doors. Neutral interior. The modified floor plan boasts an open-concept main floor living room w/ bay window and a spacious dining room (great for entertaining), an eat-in kitchen w/ attached deck, 2 bedrooms (master having a 3 pce ensuite). Ample linen & storage space. Basement has finished family room, partially finished storage/ service room & is plumbed for a bathroom. Natural gas high efficiency F/A furnace. Rented gas hot water heater. Tradewinds air exchanger. Comfort Aire central air. 125 amp service. Plumbed for central vac. Attached single car garage on remote. Stamped concrete driveway & tiled pathway surrounds the house. Taxes $3326 (+/-). Perthmore Glen has lit & convenient walking paths. Within easy walking distance to hospital & local amenities. For private viewing, terms & conditions please call our office at 613-267-6027. 6 pce Danish teak dining room suite (c/w china cabinet & hutch). Teak liquor/bar cabinet. Teak china cabinet. Butler silverware chest on legs. Glass front oak cabinet. Oak entertainment unit. Oak roll top desk. 5 pce oak kitchen set. Oak sideboard. 2 pce teak framed leather sofa & lounge chair. Leather sofa. Leather love seat. 3 other leather chairs & footstools. Accent leather toss pillows. 2 ornate side chairs. Oak rocker. Retro chrome/orange leather armchair. Glass top coffee table. 3 pce oak table set. Glass top hall table. Walnut hall table. Modern oak hall rack. Oak side cabinet. Matching hall cabinet & mirror. 2 bookshelves (1 oak, 1 teak). Oak bench. Pine deacon’s bench. 6 bar stools. 4 pce oak bedroom suite. Teak chest of drawers. Valet stand w/ pant bar. Carved cassone on raised feet. Cedar lined chest. Inlaid motif deed box. Porcelain umbrella stand. Blue & white porcelain table lamps. Atmos Swiss made Jaeger LeCoultre mantle clock. Sterling serving implements. 12 pce fish knife & fork set. Several Swarovski crystal figurines. Crystal stemware. 3 Lladro figurines. Wedgewood & other fancy serving plates. Cloisonne covered jar. Pottery & stoneware vessels. Engraved pewter tankard & other pewter pieces. Teapot samovar w/ spigot, burner & tray. Signed LRM stained glass window hanging. 5 modern wooden decoys. Pipe collection. Several framed fine-art tapestries. Royal Doulton figurines - Summer Stroll (0739), Sophie (4620), Andrea (4584), Top of the Hill (4778), Sarah (3380), Susan (4532), My Love (2239), Ninette (2379). Mirrors. Some signed artwork. Bean Geese on the Saltings print by (Sir) Peter Scott. Catbird & Painted finch prints. Bernard Buffet lithograph. Quality wool rugs & runners. Colour TV. 2 door fridge. Kitchen Aid 30� smooth top elec. stove. Auto. washer & dryer. Miele & Panasonic vacuum cleaners. Shop vac. Plastic storage cabinets & totes. 2 drawer fil-ing cabinet. Qty of bedding & linens. Small kitchen appliances. Qty every-day dishes & cookware. Set of Ronco s/s knives. Copper pots. Power, hand & garden tools. Alum. step ladder. Rubbermaid deck box. Exercise equipment. Royal Albert & Doulton Christmas figurines. Christmas-in-aBox hand painted ornaments & more. Plus many other articles too numerous to mention...... Mr. Jakovlevs has moved into a retirement home. His furnishings took “pride of place� in his home. They would add a sophisticated look to any home. This property offers leisurely living in a vogue community. Bring lawnchair & participate in the bidding. Terms on Chattels: Cash, Cheque, Interac, Visa/MC - Catering.

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Thousands of donors needed to top-up blood supplies

EMC news - Canadian Blood Services needs 4,300 more donors to book an appointment and donate blood before Aug. 6. Area residents are urged to help top-up the blood supply at their local blood donor clinic before heading off on their summer travels. Most often, it takes more than one donor’s unit of blood to save a patient’s life. A single car accident victim may require 50 units of blood and blood products to survive injuries. Increased summer traffic usually means more car acci-

dents on roadways. Every donor who books and keeps an appointment this summer will provide the additional supply of blood products needed for hospital patients. “We need over 500 appointments in Ottawa booked this summer to keep up with hospital demand, and patients are counting on more people to become blood donors,” says Anne Campbell, director of donor and clinic services. “If you haven’t made one, please book one today.” More reasons why it’s important to book and keep your

blood donation appointment this summer: * Currently, only 60 per cent of blood donors honour their appointments. * According to Transport Canada, more people have died on Canada’s roads in the last 50 years than the number of Canadians killed in both world wars. * Road traffic injuries are the second leading cause of death for young people aged five to 25. Please visit www.blood.ca or call 1 888 2 DONATE (1888-236-6283) to book an appointment to donate today.

Hospital lab integration celebrated EMC news – Tuesday, July 10 marked the landmark 100th day since the Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association (EORLA) went live. It was on April 1, after nine years of planning, that the largest first-of-its-kind clinical integration of regional laboratories became officially operational as the member-owned, not-for-profit EORLA. This ground-breaking collaboration is geared to improving quality in patient care and effectively managing costs. A total of 16 member hospitals, including Arnprior Dis-

trict Memorial, spread over 19 sites in the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), have voluntarily joined forces and resources “in an effort to better serve patients.” Through combined efficiencies and best-in-class processes, systems and technology, EORLA says it will enable higher performance in laboratory services while continuing to focus on high-quality patient care. Since April 1, 850 staff have transitioned to EORLA. They have collected 125,000

specimens and performed four million laboratory tests so far. “I am so proud of our EORLA staff and the work they do, often behind the scenes, each and every day,” said EORLA CEO Dr. Jim Dalton. “For the past 100 days they have remained focused on their patients and providing the highest quality results, while at the same time building an integrated system we can all celebrate. I am excited about the opportunities for further collaboration that exist as we move forward together in the coming months.”

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WE ALL WIN LOTTERY GRAND PRIZE WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT

WATCH YOUR OTTAWA FURY CHALLENGE FOR A NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP AGAINST SOME OF THE TOP TALENT IN THE WORLD!

The grand prize draws in The Ottawa Hospital and CHEO’s We All Win Lottery were held today during the CTV News at Noon. Congratulations to Lisa Serres Crosby and Lloyd Crosby, ticket number 026013, who are the winners of the 1st grand prize! Lisa and Lloyd have won $1.5 million in cash. The second grand prize winner is Irvin Hill, ticket number 015996, who has won The Guildcrest Pick Your Perfect Home package which includes; a $250,000 gift certificate from Guildcrest Homes, $50,000 in cash, a $25,000 gift certificate from La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries, $10,000 in appliances from Corbeil and a $5,000 Future Shop gift card. Irvin also has the option of taking $250,000 in cash. A list of all winning ticket numbers will be printed in the Ottawa Citizen on Sunday, July 15th and in Le Droit on Monday, July 16th. Ticket holders can also check their tickets online at www.weallwin.ca as of 5 p.m. on Friday, July 13th. A complete list of all winning numbers will also be available on the web site. All winners will receive a letter from KPMG within two weeks outlining how to claim their prize.

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String of events leads to corsets up a tree EMC lifestyle - Ronny’s face was beet red. He looked like he was going to pass out. Emerson was dabbing his own face with a red polka-dot handkerchief, and they both kept looking up at the sky. It was a hot, humid summer day, and a gusty wind was blowing dead leaves and grass in all directions. “If we don’t soon finish,

the wind will die down, and we’ll be doing all this work for nothing” Emerson said. It was just another summer day at the farm out in Northcote. The Montreal cousins, Ronny and Terry, had arrived as soon as school was over, Grampa had driven out from Ottawa several times to escape the city heat, and Father’s sister Aunt Lizzie had

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Boredom So I was giving some thought to boredom. For as long as I can remember, fighting boredom has been a large part of my life. To take action, I have created an extensive list of items to do in order to prevent boredom from setting in. When I looked up the definition for boredom on the internet it was described as an emotional state experienced when an individual is not interested in their surroundings or available activities. It was also defined as an unpleasant state in which the individual feels a great lack of interest in things and has difficulty concentrating on activities. I get so disgusted with myself when I feel boredom settling in, even when I have so much to accomplish. I am able bodied and have boundless energy. I started to think about what it must be like for older adults who may not be so energetic or mobile and wondered how they cope with boredom. For many older adults, boredom can be a huge quality of life issue that can lead to depression which is hard to climb out of when you are in the pit of such negative emotions. No one likes to be bored. It can create feelings of worthlessness and intense restlessness which can be very frustrating. For people who are caregivers, preventing boredom in their loved ones is best tackled before it takes hold. Encouraging our older friends to develop new

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interests can be one idea. You don’t have to be young to find new things to do. It has been shown that stimulating the mind by learning new skills can promote new neural cell growth and improve concentration. We, who care for older adults, can help ward off boredom by introducing new activities such as brain teasers, physical activity and social interaction. The residents at Island View have led productive and interesting lives but some may now find themselves facing physical challenges. These residents are at risk of boredom and feelings of worthlessness, which can lead to depression. Preventing these feelings should be a concern of retirement homes that give care and provide a home to older adults. But do you know what is really interesting? Of all the residents that I spoke to at Island View, not one of them told me that it is OUR responsibility to keep them entertained! Wellwood stated that his interests are self propelled and it is his responsibility to keep himself interested in life. He takes a deep, genuine interest in those around him to keep sharp. He said “boredom is a state of mind, if you don’t understand something…figure it out to keep your mind active.” Liz refuses to watch TV during the day.

Instead, she participates in most activities and when there is down time, she chooses to read to keep her mind fresh and alive. Liz shared with me, “if you don’t want to do anything you just end up staying in your room and pouting.” Eddie told me that people have commented to him, “you must be bored in a place like that,” yet he’s never uninterested in life. Gary loves watching sports and Marilyn said, “I am too busy to be bored.” It was refreshing to hear from the people that call Island View home that they don’t expect us to be their social conveners yet they very much appreciate all we do to create an interesting atmosphere of new ideas, conversation and fun. So if you are feeling a little bored or lonely, why not come over to Island View for a game of cards, bingo or conversation. Coffee is on every day at 10am.

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A day without a challenge for Ronny and Emerson was a day without purpose. And that day, they were making a kite, and time was running out; you couldn’t always count on a good wind. The closest I could get to the activity was leaning against the silo and well out of the range of where Ronny and Emerson were. Mother had reluctantly given up some Christmas tissue paper, and the two boys, had glued it into shape, and all that was left was to attach the tail. Emerson got the roll of binder-twine from the drive shed, but Ronny didn’t like the feel of it. “Too rough ... we need cord,” he said. “You won’t find cord around here,” Emerson said, taking another swipe at his face with his handkerchief. “Too expensive. We use binder twine for anything that needs tying up.” Ronny stopped dead. “You just hold that kite and stop it from blowing away. I’ll be right back.” I noticed he walked slowly, like he had no real purpose …

just ambling along. He nodded to Mother, Aunt Lizzie and Audrey in the swing in the grape arbour, where they had gone to escape the heat of the kitchen, and then he sauntered into the house. When he came out, a good five minutes later, his shirt had a bulge in it like he was carrying a watermelon under it. He looked behind him, making sure no one had left the shade of the grape arbour, and then headed for the barn yard, and handed Emerson a wad of cord. As soon as I saw it, I knew exactly where it had come from. Aunt Lizzie’s corsets! Now, Ronny, like everyone else in the house, knew about Aunt Lizzie’s corsets. She had at least two sets, and every couple days, she’d take one set out and fling it over the clothes line to “get some fresh air,” as she’d say. And the laces hung down almost touching the ground. “We’ll use binder twine first and then attach the laces to the end. There’s enough laces here to reach half way to Renfrew” Ronny said, chuckling to himself. Emerson lost his red face instantly. “Aunt Lizzie will kill us,” he said. Ronny paid him no heed. It was the moment that mattered to Ronny! Finally, the kite was ready. With the binder twine with

the corset laces attached, if they got it airborne, I was sure it would reach the soft clouds that were circling the west hill. Emerson took hold of the kite, and Ronny had the tail rolled in a ball, and they took off like they had been shot out of a gun, heading out of the barn yard, down the slope, leading to the river, and up towards the hill. The branches of the big maple tree were bending in the wind, perfect weather for flying a kite. I kept a safe distance behind them, but close enough I could see exactly what was going on. Ronny told Emerson to start running. He was holding the kite as high as his arms could reach, and Ronny was letting out the binder twine and Aunt Lizzie’s corset laces. And there it soared. Farther and farther it reached to the sky, and I had to admit, it was something to see. The wind was carrying it like a feather. Emerson and Ronny barely moved, letting the air carry the kite and holding tight to the tail. And then, almost as if someone had turned off a switch, the wind died down. Emerson tried to reel in the kite, but it had a mind of its own, and headed right for the big maple tree on the crest of the West Hill. See FATHER’S. Page 61

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Father’s laugh came right from his belly And there it stayed. The lads gathered the laces and binder twine into a ball and tugged, and they tugged, and it didn’t take longer than a few seconds to see the tissue paper rip to shreds. The kite was finished. Emerson and Ronny stood under the tree and looked like they were mesmerized by what they saw before them. “Well, I’ll be darned,” Ronny said. Emerson turned beet red again. There was nothing for them to do but go back to the house and face the music. Emerson took a big brown penny out of his pocket, and said they would flip to see who would break the news to Aunt Lizzie. Ronny lost. To say Aunt Lizzie was less than pleased would be an understatement. She raced upstairs and came down with the two corsets, now in four pieces. Father was just coming in from the barn and was told what had happened, and Aunt Lizzie said she didn’t care how he did it, but she wanted her laces back before dark!

And she was sure Father would deal with the two boys “in fitting manner,” as she called it. Well, it took Ronny, Emerson, Father and Everett to carry the big handmade ladder all the way up the West Hill to the big maple. I tailed behind. The wind had completely died down, and there were the remnants of the kite, and Aunt Lizzie’s laces were hanging down from the top limb like a long piece of spaghetti. Father braced the ladder, and Emerson scurried up and brought down what was left of the kite, and he wrapped the binder twine and laces around his wrist. I was sure the boys were really in for it. But the most amazing thing happened. Father started to laugh. It came right from his belly. “It’s too bad you didn’t take the whole corset. Why she needs one when she’s as thin as a wood slat is a mystery to me,” he said with tears running down his face. “And if she asks, you can tell her, you’ve been dealt with.

The Sandhills Seniors push off on their annual cruise down river provided by RCL Br. 616 West Carleton, Fish & Game Club volunteers.

Local seniors cruise Ottawa River Kathryn Scott

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EMC events - On Thursday July 12, Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 616 West Carleton, Fish and Game Club, treated local seniors to a cruise down river. The day was a very hot one but the heat did not interfere with the enthusiasm the Sandhills Seniors’ showed for this annual event. Participants met at the legion and were driven to the boat dock in Constance bay where four boats were ready to take them down river towards Phinney’s Point. After a fun filled three hour cruise, dinner was enjoyed at the local Legion branch. TGIF Dinner was a deli-

Arnprior Museum Children’s Program! Do you know a child with a thirst for knowledge and a fascination with history?

Sandhills Seniors pose for the camera, at the dock in Constance Bay, just before boarding their boats for the RCL Br. 616 West Carleton, Fish & Game Club Seniors’ Cruise. cious chicken or steak barbecues and, including the seniors, about 100 dinners were served to a hungry crowd. Special thanks are due to the many volunteers who

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derby is being held. Weigh-in at the branch at 4 p.m. Dinner to follow.

. Aug. 18

The West Carleton Arts Society is pleased to announce its first summer art show and festival! ARTstravaganza is coming to West Carleton, to be held in the village of Carp on Saturday Aug. 18 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be artists and fine crafts people set up in the big field of the Carp Agricultural Society. While the show is on, some artists will set up in various parts of the village of Carp. Both budding and experienced artists will be painting on site “en plein air”. Stop by and see what they’re up to and have a chat. Their work(s) for that day will be exhibited and juried at the end of the show. Free admission.

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Every Thursday morning until Aug. 23 the Carp branch of the Ottawa Public Library is offering storytime, 10:15 a.m. (30 min). Drop in for stories, rhymes, and more.

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Bay Days makes a return with events taking place in the community. Bay Days 2012 celebrates the 90 years since our beginning as the Sandhills, the 40 years since the creation of our community centre, and the launch of the Sandhills project. For more details, contact: Len Russell at 613-832-4694, or email lrussell@cbbca.ca

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West Carleton Legion Branch 616 events: Every Monday: Cribbage at 2 p.m. Feel free to come down to the branch for a few fun hands. Every Wednesday: Legion Golf is held every Wednesday at the Copperdale Golf Club on Dunrobin Road., tee-off at 2:30 p.m. Every Wednesday BINGO: Kitchen opens from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. for a pre-Bingo meal. BINGO at 7:15 p.m. Support this charity BINGO & raise funds for Community and Legion projects. Join us for an evening of fun. You can win the $250 jackpot!

Everyone is welcome. If you are here for the season join in. Every Thursday: Carpet bowling at 1 p.m. Every Friday: Cribbage at 2 p.m. Every Friday: T.G.I.F. Dinner at 5:30 p.m. Branch 616 Royal Canadian Legion invites you to their weekly TGIF Dinner. All welcome, community members please join us! Branch 616 is offering its hall free of charge on Friday evenings to any aspiring musicians who would like to try out a performance during our TGIF nights. Please call 832 2082 or 832 2495 and speak to our entertainment chairperson. Every Sunday Morning: Breakfast from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Whether you are a resident or visiting for the summer come to our Legion to wind down your weekend. Reasonable prices! Endless coffee! All welcome.

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robin. Cost is $400 per team (six guys and four women). Homerun derby is $5 per person open to all, 50/50 tickets, tickets for booze. Food and drinks available. For details call 613-317-0624 and ask for Lori. . A TOPS Losers Unit. We lost over 800,000 pounds last year. How did you make out? TOPS, the longest serving non-profit weight loss support group in North America, is looking to form new chapters in the Carp, Dunrobin and Almonte areas. You and three of your friends can work together to achieve outstanding weight loss and health improvement using the techniques and tools in the TOPS program, Please contact Jim Parker at 613 8384777 if you would like more information on being part of this outstanding success story. For more information on the TOPS program go to www. tops.org.

KINBURN . Aug. 24-26

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The 3rd annual Kinburn Swampfest end of summer festival will be held from Aug. 24-26. The live music festival features some of the best entertainers in the

Ottawa Valley, from classic country to alternative rock.

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The Fitzroy Harbour Seniors Club meets the second Tuesday of every month from Sept. to June at 12:30 p.m. Come out and join us for a meeting and pot luck lunch. We also have carpet bowling on Mondays and Fridays at 1 p.m. These activities all take place at The Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre, 100 Clifford Campbell Drive.

GALETTA

Galetta Bowls Club invites people to come out and try lawn bowling on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6:15 p.m. and Friday mornings at 9:45 a.m. No equipment necessary. Instruction provided. Ages nine to 90. Wear flat-soled shoes. For more information, call 613622-1586.

. August 13

Galetta Bowls invites spectators to watch the competitive Sadler Mixes Pairs Lawn Bowls Tournament. Start time is 10 a.m. and play continues in the afternoon. Free. For more information, call 613-

622-1586.

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Playgroup - Parent run playgroup every Wednesday morning 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. at the Corkery Community Centre at 3447 Old Almonte Rd. Structured arts and crafts, play dough, playtime, songs, dancing and stretching as well as story time for ages 04. Come and meet with other parents and caregivers in the area. Share ideas and advice, enjoy a complementary coffee or teas. Please bring your own nut-free snacks. Are you a compulsive overeater? Is your food addiction affecting your life? Consider Overeaters Anonymous. Held at the West Carleton Community Complex. Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Contact Catherine 613-832-5476.

. July 21

Pakenham Curling Club fundraiser for ice equipment maintenance from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Stewart Community Centre. Dance to Revival (‘50s-’70s music) silent auction and light lunch for $12 a person. 613-256-4418.

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coming months after more than 20 years as treasurer. “Treasurer is key,” Wildman said, adding that the treasurer oversees the sustainability of long-term financial plans. Wildman is taking part in the interview process, which was similar to what he went through. He said he was impressed by the thoroughness; that he was interviewed for about eight hours in total and that council made it clear that certain skills are needed for the job. “I appreciated their candor.” FISHING AND BOATING Wildman was familiar with Arnprior long before applying. He used to fish in areas up and down the Ottawa, and was an avid boater up until a few years ago. His passion now is a Harley Davidson. His three sons have at least one foot out the door of the family home, so Wildman would like to move closer to Arnprior, but first his wife – also a planner – needs to find work in the area. Asked why he applied, Wildman signaled that working for a township with a low population, far from Ottawa, makes it difficult to attract developers. “It’s a slow pace of development, and my background is manager of development at the

City of Ottawa.” He said the higher population density in Arnprior, and the close proximity to the city, makes it attractive to companies such as Walmart. As for the tension between those who want to maintain a small town feel and others who want more jobs and shopping opportunities, Wildman indicated that it is a false dichotomy. The residential side typically comes first. The new Callahan subdivision and others planned for both sides of the highway make sense for residents who work in the city but want to live in a small town, he said. The commercial side comes next. Wildman indicated there might even be some industrial development with good-paying jobs in the future, but wouldn’t elaborate. And yet he said it can all be done while maintaining the small town feel. “Making sure you embrace the heritage and small town feel is important,” he said. “It is doable.” The CAO’s position, held an unusually long time by Donaldson, is in need of “a rethinking and to provide leadership coordinating departments,” Wildman said. Some departments have broken down barriers to success on their own, but that a big picture approach is also needed.


ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 ARIES - Mar 20 The best will be in store for you Patience is a21/Apr virtue, Aries. A vacation could be inThere’s the works in thechance next few weeks, later in the week. not much for adventure Aries. Because tasks can seem to sneak up on you, get the Monday or Tuesday, but things pick up on Wednesday. planning started early and work up an itinerary.

LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct Libra, start thinking about23 curbing your spending. Your Libra, youare may have your heart setmake on making a change, finances in trouble if you don’t some changes. but you have not quite narrowed down what that change More is going out than is coming into your accounts. will be. Sit down and work on some ideas this week.

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