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EMC news – A funeral will be held in Arnprior tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 3, for a popular teenager killed in a single-vehicle crash in West Carleton last Sunday morning. Fitzroy Harbour’s Lisa Roesler, 17, was found dead in her vehicle by a woman walking her dog at about 9:30 a.m. near the corner of Dunrobin and Crown Point roads. The vehicle appeared to have failed to make a turn on the gravel road, ending up in heavily-treed ditch. A truck utility box filled with some of Roesler’s favourite type of hats and heartfelt messages quickly sprung up as a memorial at the site. Her grieving family, including father Rob, mother Colleen, brother Eric, 22, and sister Shannon, 19, were unavailable for comment this week. However, media reports indicate the Arnprior District High School student drove two boys home to Morgan’s Grant in Kanata at about 5 a.m. following her father’s 50th birthday party in Fitzroy Harbour. She could have driven home via Carp Road, but appears to have taken Dunrobin Road, perhaps missing the turn at Galetta Side Road but not noticing until she hit the gravel portion that leads down to a steep end at the Ottawa River. Police didn’t have an update as of

Ottawa Valley farmers have appealed to the federal government for help in dealing with the extreme drought conditions that have afflicted the area. – Page 2, 4

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Friends of Lisa Roesler, the 17-year-old Fitzroy Harbour girl who died in a single-vehicle accident on Sunday morning, have started a memorial at the site. Roesler, an excellent student and athlete, was fond of wearing ball caps. Many appear at the site, along with heartfelt messages to the Arnprior District Memorial High School student.

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EMC news – The Vance boys are the beneficiaries of this year’s Dunrobin Village Meats golf tournament. The 9th annual golf tournament will be at Irish Hills golf course on Aug. 25. If past years are any indication, the event should raise about $10,000 for the twin five years olds’ upbringing. Caleb and Liam’s mom, Erin Vance, 26, was fatally struck by a car while

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Wednesday, but said they had no reason to suspect alcohol played a factor in the crash. Lisa is being fondly remembered as a bright student and talented athlete, a pretty girl who was open and confident around others. In June she was interviewed in the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide about the successful rugby season, and how she was looking forward to next season. See LISA, page 3

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walking along Bayview Drive in Constance Bay early on March 18. She had enjoyed a rare evening out celebrating St. Patrick’s Day when she was hit and killed by a driver who fled the scene. Grandparents Don and Janet are raising the boys, and according to Dunrobin Village Meats co-owner Julie Delahunt, they were pleased to hear the golf tournament will help the kids. See DUNROBIN, page 10

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EMC sports – Hit the links in support of a worthy cause Saturday, Aug. 18. The 10th annual Jon Brunette Memorial Golf Tournament at the Irish Hills Golf and Country Club in Carp is set to roll that day with a noon registration and 1 p.m. tee off time. All proceeds from this annual tournament go towards the Jon Brunette Memorial Fund. The fund was established to honour the memory of Jon

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EMC news - How ironic! On Tuesday, Ontario Minister of Agriculture Ted McMeekin announced that the Liberal government has asked the federal government to consider a disaster relief program for drought-stricken farmers across the province. But the second of two announcements at farms in the region came with something farmers couldn’t beg, borrow or steal for a month — rain. McKeekin first visited the Foster Farms where he said he has officially asked Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada to begin the process of determining which parts of Ontario can quality for financial support through the AgriRecovery disaster relief program, as a result of the extremely hot and dry weather. Just after 3 p.m., he made the same announcement at the corn and beef farm of Tracy and Ron Raddatz in Admaston-Bromley where it rained for the best part of an hour.

“Conditions vary across the province,” McMeekin told a small gathering of farmers in North Gower earlier that day. “Some areas are reporting excellent crops, while some believe they are facing disaster.” The irony of the rain in Admaston-Bromley was not lost on the agriculture minister, who was joined on-site by representatives from a small handful of agricultural organizations, including Agricorp, the Grain Farmers of Ontario, and the Ontario Cattlemen’s Association. Also in attendance were county officials. They included Renfrew County Warden Bob Sweet. Other than the minister, Sweet was the major speaker. “This is not just a rural issue, but an urban issue, in the County of Renfrew,” said Sweet, noting his own municipality of Petawawa normally has 1.5 days of water capacity in its well system, a capacity that has shrunk to six hours. “This is really about what we can

do, and what has to be done, to assist the farming community. This is a very difficult time,” added Sweet. McKeekin then announced the request for an AgriRecovery assessment, as agriculture industry representatives, journalists and county staff crowded together, just out of the rain, on the Raddatz house porch. “In addition, we’ve committed today (July 31) that anyone that needs to cull part of their herd, or their livestock complement, can do so with the assurance that it won’t impact their normal AgriStability claim,” said McKeekin. SOUND OF MUSIC

“That is an effort to ensure that money gets into farmers’ pocket quicker.” Seconds later, the rain started pelting down, causing the minister to proclaim, “Isn’t that great. The Sound of Music … Keep coming, keep coming.” Rain or no rain, farmers in areas

identified as “prescribed drought regions” will have access to upfront payments to offset their losses, and full disaster relief will be paid out once crops are harvested and total losses are calculated. Determining which areas are in a disaster situation will take about 45 days. But McMeekin said he has kickstarted the process about six weeks earlier than usual to help livestock farmers make prudent decisions as soon as possible. Some farmers are selling cattle so they don’t have to feed them, while others are scrambling to bring in feed from other parts of the province. “Livestock producers are dealing with dry pastures and reduced hay yields and some are trying to figure out just how they’ll feed their animals this winter. It’s a tough situation,” McMeekin said. Identifying the regions that will qualify for financial help will also allow struggling farmers in those areas to defer part of their sale proceeds to

a future tax year. “That’s important if you’re trying to manage through a tough situation,” McMeekin said. He also confirmed that farmers in drought regions will be protected from reductions in their agricultural stability coverage if they are forced to cull part of their breeding stock because of forage shortages. McMeekin did not announce any new money for a provincial disaster relief program, but stressed that the province’s “permanent and predictable” relief programs will do their job to protect Ontario farmers. The province offers a range of production insurance programs which farmers can choose to pay into like any other insurance program. When disaster strikes, those with insurance can make claims for financial assistance, including interim payments that would be made throughout the season before final losses are calculated. See DAMAGE Page 4

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EMC news - Local MPP John Yakabuski and fellow Conservative MPPs Ernie Hardeman and Jack MacLaren met Monday afternoon with more than 60 Ottawa Valley farmers to discuss the extent of the drought-ravished region. Mostly, they spoke about how the Liberal government will be asked, in short order, for financial assistance for farmers, whether or not they are insured. The assistance is needed to provide some life support for the agriculture industry, said Yakabuski, MacLaren and Hardeman. MacLaren is the MPP for Carleton-Mississippi Mills, while Hardeman is the Oxford MPP, the Progressive Conservative critic for agriculture, food and rural affairs, and former agriculture minister in 1999. The plan was to ask the Province to request the feder-

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Anticipation was in the air that maybe the Liberals were planning to make an announcement about financial assistance. In a news release handed out at Monday’s meeting, Hardeman said he’d written the same minister to ask that a proactive assistance plan be put in place. “The drought that has plagued Renfrew County (this year) is the worst most people can remember,� Yakabuski

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In the meantime, McKeekin said the government will continue to monitor the situation. “While it’s too early to know the full implications of the current dry conditions, we are evaluating the situation daily and will continue to do so.� The fact that Renfrew County is among the hardest-hit regions in the province may also help attract money through the AgriRecovery process. The minister noted about 75 per cent of the province is doing well agriculturally. Asked what AgriRecovery assistance might mean for local farmers, the minister said there’s no stock answer. “AgriRecovery claims have taken different forms over the (last three) years, from covering the costs of transporting hay to covering cull costs for livestock. So, every region is different.� But first the minister said a scientific assessment is needed before the extent of any AgriRecovery assistance can be determined. “We need to do that (assessment) together, and we need to do it quickly.� The extent of assistance may also be affected, said one agriculture ministry staff member, because the recent federal budget cuts were highest, at 12 per cent, for agriculture. AgriRecovery assistance is a shared process that is funded 60 per cent federally and 40 per cent provincially. Meanwhile, Warden Sweet is cautiously optimistic the AgriRecovery assessment will turn out for the better, as far as Renfrew County farmers are concerned. Piggy-backing on the Foodland motto, the warden told McKeekin: “As the saying goes, good things grow in Ontario and we want to see that continue, as I’m sure you do.�

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Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins catch a 1000-lb tuna I was calling it a shotgun wedding because Andrew gave his bride Anastasia a gun as a wedding gift. But I have since been informed that said gun was a rifle; not a shotgun. She is already looking forward to deer hunting season. The day after the wedding, the new couple parked their dogs at Grandma’s house (amid a few tears) and headed off on their honeymoon. A few hours later I got a text from New Brunswick. The bride was getting pretty excited; she had never seen the ocean before. I was just thrilled to get a text; I’m a bit of a worrywart and was concerned their little Cavalier wouldn’t make it the whole way to the Maritimes. Or they wouldn’t make it, due to a lack of air conditioning. That first night, they slept in a Best Western, where they were treated to free drinks due to their newlywed status. Next stop, P.E.I. I think they ate their weight in seafood. Half of their photos are of plates heaped with lobster, mussels and the like. They slept in a 14 by 14 foot tent on the beach in Panmure Island, P.E.I. It rained over 50 mm on

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their trip; more than we’ve had in Eastern Ontario in months, I think. But they had a fabulous time and on the one or two sunny days, they managed to get sunstroke and burnt their faces. The seal-watching tour only turned up one seal who did a quick swim-by. But Anastasia and Andrew were content to be on the ocean, by the ocean, and collecting sand dollars, starfish and shells from the ocean. fishing charter

On the fourth day of their trip, they had booked a tuna fishing charter. I warned them to take Gravol, the night before and the morning of the trip. I didn’t want the bride falling into the ocean, seasick. North Lake Charters took them out and three hours later I got this text message: “Mom. We just caught a 1000-

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Typically, the value is divided between the boat and the fishermen. It could have paid for their whole wedding! But alas, it was a catch-and-release situation. They got photos, and a video on YouTube. And some great memories. After wrestling a giant tuna fish for several hours in turn, the young couple were tired, sore and ready for home. They cruised back through New Brunswick, took some photos of the Hopewell Rocks and drove straight through, arriving at 4 in the

morning. The dogs, Rupert and Berretta, were extremely happy to see them. We were treated to a lobster dinner the night of their return, and the appetizer at Sunday dinner this week was fresh mussels. I showed Anastasia an old video on YouTube of Mrs. Wiggins and Mr. Tudball, played by Carol Burnett and Tim Conway. She is “Mrs. AWiggins” now. The Farmer was in fine form, telling the newlyweds to ‘let him know’ when grandchildren are coming. “I can fit four on the ATV but if you plan to have more, I’ll buy a trailer,” he joked. The next thing on the agenda is a house or a car, whichever comes first. If An-

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Beer, wine don’t belong on every corner

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re they drunk? The Ontario Convenience Stores Association is pressing the province to allow corner stores to sell beer and wine. At first blush the idea seems attractive, offering the convenience of more locations to pick up our libations. Some convenience stores in rural locations are already licensed to sell beer and wine. And of course corner store owners love the idea. The ability to sell alcoholic

beverages can only serve to drive more traffic to these small businesses; customers who will potentially buy other items. But while this argument may offer a lot of dollars (for corner store owners), it is lacking in sense. There’s a reason why the sale of wine and beer is restricted to limited locations. Easier access to beer and wine translates into easier access for those who are underage. Loosening the restriction on where beer and wine may

be sold will provide more opportunities for youth to obtain alcoholic drinks. If Ontario follows the example of Quebec and puts beer and wine in convenience stores, teens will have a wide variety of outlets to choose from, where they can hang around outside and pester adults for a litre of wine or a six-pack of beer. The consumption of alcohol causes more problems than other drugs used recreationally, so why would we want to make it easier for our

children to obtain it? According to a 2010 report by Britain’s Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs, alcohol is a more dangerous drug than both crack cocaine and heroin when the combined harms to the user and to others are assessed. According to MADD, following the privatization of alcohol sales in Alberta, Calgary police reported a rise in impaired driving charges and family violence in areas of the city with the highest concentration of liquor stores.

Don’t be swayed by the argument that ease of access will translate into lower prices. There’s no guarantee that prices will lower or even that the selection available will be as good as at the Beer Store or LCBO. Without that guarantee this is an idea not even worth discussing. Keep in mind that the average corner store won’t have the shelf space to provide a wide selection. Customers may be stuck with a few major brands of beer, two white wines and two reds. Even though purchases would be more convenient for some people, a reduced selection

and no price advantage is no improvement on today. The price of alcoholic beverages sold at corner stores may even go up compared to those sold at LCBO stores. Who sells a bottle of Pepsi for less – a large grocery store or a small corner store? If they catch the premier during a tipsy moment and this idea flies, what happens if it turns out to have been a big mistake? It may prove difficult to take away licences to sell booze if they are handed out. Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has already rejected the idea. We should all raise a glass and offer him a toast.

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’m 41 weeks pregnant and I’ve decided pregnancy is now my permanent state of being. For those of you who don’t know, 41 weeks means I am exactly one week past my due date. It also means that, for the past four weeks, I’ve been on tenterhooks: anticipating baby’s arrival at any moment, thinking every cramp from a bad strawberry is a contraction, altering my labour plan daily to make sure we had a neighbour on-call to look after our older children, unsure how far to drive or to travel as a passenger. Every morning I wake up with leg and back cramps. Until I stretch for five minutes, I’m pretty sure it’s “time.” Every morning I’ve been wrong. Every evening, I make sure camp lunches are diligently made, the bathroom is relatively tidy, and all the laundry folded or hidden in a cupboard. I’ve decided what people call “nesting,” is actually unsustainably impeccable housekeeping driven by the fear that strangers may come to the house at any moment. The first weeks around my due date, my husband was pretty patient. “No rush,” he said. He was on VBPL (vacation before parental leave) and using the time to complete a few things on his long list of home renovations. On a hot July weekend just before my due date, we decided it really wasn’t the best weekend to have a baby, as everyone we knew seemed to be out of town, including my midwife. “Let’s wait until Tuesday,” we decided, and we went to the beach. Tuesday came and went. Another weekend loomed. “Let’s wait until after the weekend,”

we said. “No rush.” We watched movies, did some gardening, made pies and did other activities that one can only do with a family of four. Before we knew it, Monday arrived. “Monday’s not a good day to have a baby,” I said. “We’re always rushed on Mondays. Besides, we have relatives in town for supper tomorrow. Let’s wait until Wednesday.” And then it was Wednesday. And I was officially a week overdue. And here I am. Everyone, except my husband and children, consider me to be “quite cheerful” under the circumstances. They all ask me how I’m feeling and pat my belly as if it’s public property. They tell me I look great, and I’m “all baby,” that “there’s no fat on me” (they haven’t seen my thighs), and ask me how long I can go before the baby makes its arrival. And everybody generously shares details about their labour and birth horror stories – to make me feel better about the whole dreaded process, I suppose. Although people are very kind, and I’m sure they mean well, their condescension makes me feel, frankly, like a bit of a freak. But really, it’s not too hard to make a 9.25months’ pregnant woman feel a little weird: I’m already carrying an extra 32 pounds; in the last couple of weeks, waddling has become a more natural way to put one foot in front of the other; and boy, you should see me in a bathing suit! I’ve maintained my public game face – “all I want is a healthy baby whenever it’s ready to arrive” – but admittedly, I’m ready to reclaim my uterus. I wasn’t sure how to start the conversation with baby to let it know it’s time for it to make a move. Then out of the blue, a friend posted something unusually supportive on my Facebook wall. “Your timing is perfect and elegant,” she wrote, quoting Regena Thomashauer, owner of Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts. I read it aloud to baby. Let’s see what today brings. Charles Gordon’s column will return.

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Should Ontario allow the sale of beer and wine by privately owned retailers?

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How should the city react to the recent spike in gang-related shootings in Ottawa??

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Synchronized divers Emilie Heymans, right, and Jennifer Abel celebrate winning Canada’s first medal of the 2012 Olympic Games after finishing third in the 3-metre synchronized springboard final at the Aquatic Centre in London on July 29. The medal was the fourth in four consecutive Games for Heymans, who also finished on the podium in Sydney (silver), Athens (bronze) and Beijing (silver). She became the first Canadian athlete to accomplish this feat.

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EMC sports - It’s not like beer is the most important thing in the world to me – I really do love my wife and kids more – but it was still nice to see Canadian being served at Canada House in London Thursday, July 26. It was a wildly Canadian atmosphere, after all, chock-full of optimism on the outskirts of Trafalgar Square and with the official opening of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games looming just over a day away.

And while it was nice to see such dignitaries as Marcel Aubut and Dick Pound in attendance, it probably meant even more to the few 2012 Olympians on hand to see the likes of Alexandre Bilodeau and Catriona Le May Doan. It’s people like them, after all, who are inspiring to the current crop of Olympians – or at least they should be considering both are Winter Olympic champions. And it sure was interesting to hear Bilodeau refer to Whitby’s Kelita Zupancic during

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perform, the best place to be in your mind,” he said. “It’s hard to do. I think it’s important to like what we do still. Even though it’s the Games, just enjoy it.” Zupancic has been singularly focused on the task for countless years, dating back to when she was nine and saw her now-coach Nicolas Gill win a silver medal at the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia. But, as obvious as that killer look is in her eyes, it’s nice also to see the glint. Cheers to that, mate.

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The fund previously sponsored the Jon Brunette Memorial Initiation Fun Day Hockey Tournament, which drew more than 100 first-year hockey players (four and fiveyear-olds) from across Ottawa, Arnprior and the Valley to the W. Erskine Johnston Arena in Carp. That event, however, was cancelled this year due to lack of participation. “I can tell you that the fund will be paying for hockey equipment for the Vance twin boys from Dunrobin this year. Also the fund will be sponsoring Colby Cochrane who plays for the Ottawa Valley Titans,” explains Jon’s mother Val Brunette.

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EMC sports - Given their impressive history there was something predictable about Toronto Gators performance at the Gil Read Memorial Men’s Fastpitch Tournament in Carp on the weekend. The highly rated Toronto outfit doubled Kars Aces, the two-time defending Greater Ottawa Fastball League (GOFL) champions, 8-4 in Sunday’s championship game. Gators are a North American fastpitch powerhouse and they

showed why, sweeping to victory over eight other entries in the fifth annual event. Gators claim $1,800 in prize money for their efforts. Kars, who again leads the GOFL standings with a 9-3 record so far this season, was 2-1-1 in the round-robin. But they edged league rival Stittsville 56ers 2-1 in a thrilling quarter final contest Sunday morning, scoring twice in the bottom of the seventh and final inning to sneak past 56ers. In their semi-final encounter, Kars were 7-0 winners

over Fitzroy Harbour West Carleton Electric also from GOFL. Electric (along with 4-0 Toronto) earned a bye through to the semis after going 3-1 in the round-robin portion of the tournament. “The result of the final game is deceiving,” says Chris Read, who along with cousin Al Read (he plays for Carp I4C Victory) are the chief organizers of the competition. “Kars was up 4-3 going into the sixth. But Gators exploded for some late runs. (Greg) Garrity hit a (late game) home run

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All proceeds from the competition go to a charitable foundation established in the name of the late Gil Read. Funds raised assist underprivileged children in the Ottawa area who wish to play organized sports. Gil Read, a highly respected fastball coach in Ottawa, died in 2007 from complications following an all-terrain vehicle mishap. His son says this year’s tournament, played in his father’s memory, was the best ever.

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“The weather was perfect, the crowds were great and I feel we raised the most money (for the foundation) we ever have.” Final financial results will be released once they are officially tallied. LATE SCRATCH

The only disappointment was that the defending champions from Donnacona, Quebec were forced to pull out of the event late on because they did not have enough pitchers available to take part.

“We scrambled for a couple of days hoping to find some pitchers for them, but in the end we couldn’t do it. So we informed everyone it would be a nine-team tournament and re-worked the schedule. “It went very well. The volunteers were great and I thank all of them for their help,” the co-organizer states. Despite compiling a 6-0 record in the tournament, the games weren’t all easy for Gators. See TORONTO, page 13

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Toronto team takes top honours Continued from page 12

In fact they barely survived their semi-final showdown with Elkland Thunderbellies from Pennsylvania, squeezing past the Americans 3-2. It was Gators’ first appearance at the five-year-old competition and they made the most of it winning all six of their games, including four in the round-robin portion of the three-day venture to earn a bye to the semi-finals. Sunday’s finalists had also waged battle early Saturday in Gators’ first game of the tournament. It was a similar result with Toronto winning 6-3 behind the pitching of Jason Schofield and Donnelly Archibald. Schofield was the winner with Archibald earning a save. Brad Porter absorbed the loss on the mound for Kars. BIG WINS

reach Chris Read at 613-2927379 or contact him by e-mail at thereadfamily@rogers. com. For additional information on the tournament and the Gil Read Memorial Foundation, visit wwwgilreadmemorial.com.

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In their second, round-robin contest Saturday afternoon, Toronto blanked Ottawa Taylor’s Blitz, one of five GOFL entries in the competition, by a 6-0 count. Andrew Putnam and Garrity combined on the shutout. Veteran Blitz hurler Shannon Borho took the loss. Only hours later Toronto was back on the diamond against Stittsville 56ers. They breezed past the GOFL squad 7-0 to make it 13 runs in two games without a reply from the opposition. This time Archibald started and he and reliever Putnam put up the ‘0’. Trevor Scott suffered the pitching loss for Stittsville with relief help from Darren Featherstone. In Sunday’s other quarter-final game it was Elkland blitzing Ottawa 11-3. Thunderbellies, who were squeezed out by Toronto in the semis, also lost to Gators 7-4 in their final round-robin contest early Sunday. In round-robin play Stittsville and Ottawa (both from GOFL) finished 2-2 while host and league rival Carp went 1-2-1 (they tied Kars 22 Saturday night). Elkland was also 2-2 in the preliminary round while Chisasibi Comets from the James Bay (Quebec) community of the same name were 1-3. Cornwall Pick-Ups were the only winless squad, bowing in all four of their tournament encounters. Chisasibi, Carp and Cornwall were all eliminated following round-robin play. This marked the third year the tournament was held at Carp and for a second straight year the competition was blessed with ideal summer weather. Until 2010 the competition was played at Carlington Park in west-central Ottawa. But facility rental costs skyrocketed in the city proper, prompting the organizing

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Blueberries- pick your own or picked at Hugli’s Blueberry Ranch, Ice Cream and Country Gift Store. Fresh baking and homemade fudge. Animal and play area is free during the summer. Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.4 p.m. 4 kms. east of Pembroke Walmart. www.blueberryranch. ca call 613-638-1288.

Human Resources, Lee Valley Tools Ltd., 1090 Morrison Drive, Ottawa, ON K2H 1C2; Fax: (613) 596- 3073; Email: hr@leevalley.com No telephone calls or agencies please. 0802.CL366218

TOMLINSON ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

DZ Drivers Wanted We offer: Very Competitive Wages, 5 day Week work 4 Day Bonus week Program

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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). www.scoutenwhitecedar.ca (613)283-3629. Disability Products. Buy and Sell stair lifts, scooters, bath lifts, patient lifts, hospital beds, etc. Call Silver Cross Ottawa (613)231-3549. Firewood- Cut, split and delivered or picked up. Dry seasoned hardwood or softwood from $50/face cord. Phone Greg Knops (613)658-3358, cell (613)340-1045. *HOT TUB (SPA) CoversBest Price. Best quality. All shapes and colours. Call 1-866-652-6837. www.thecoverguy.com/newspaper Natural oak dining set - made in Canada. Table + 2 leaves, 42� x 72-96� seats 6-10. 6 Windsor (paddle-back) chairs. Buffet, 3 drawers, 3 wood doors hutch, 3 glass doors, touch dimmer light. Excellent condition. Pick up only. Asking $2,000. 613-256-7453. Nice family trailer in excellent condition. Must see! Call 613548-8998 or 613-483-8503. Sacrifice Price. Lazy Boy soft leather recliner love seat. Excellent Condition. Payed $3.500.00 Asking $500.00 o.b.o. Blue, but not as dark as navy. 613-831-1144.

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AZ DRIVERS enjoy the advantage of driving for a leading international truckload carrier -great pay, benefits and bonuses; steady miles; driver friendly freight; safe equipment; and weekly pay. Ask about our TEXAS Team program and our Lease Program! Just a few reasons why Celadon Canada was voted One of the Best Fleets to Drive For in North America for 2012! Hiring Company Dirvers & Owner Opera-tors. Cross-Border & Intra-Canada Lanes. Call recruiting at 1-800-332-0515 www.celadoncanada.com 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

Bridlewood- Caregiver with 18 years experience has space available. All ages welcome. Plenty of TLC; nutritious meals/ snacks; outdoor/indoor play; non-smoking environment. Excellent references. Teachers only please. Call 613-852-1560. Looking for someone to come to our house at 7:30 to get our two children on the bus and to do housecleaning. Must have own transportation. Hourly rate negotiable. Located near Canadian Golf Course. 613-257-3946. New home child care opening in Stittsville in September! Operated by a qualified and experienced ECE. Many more details available on my website at: www.steppingstoneshcc.ca

HUNTING SUPPLIES

Hiring part time tutor for after school program. Must be over 18 yrs and very patient. Training provided. Call (613)591-9351.

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

Home Builder Requires construction Labourers & carpenters. Must have own transportation, please fax resume to (613)523-3547.

Hunter Safety/Canadian Firearms Courses and exams throughout the year. Organize a course and yours is free. Call Wenda Cochran 613-256-2409.

Lone Star, Kanata, Now Hiring. Full time experienced,

line cooks & servers. Apply to: 4048 Carling Avenue. Competitive Wage. Come join the great Lone Star Atmosphere.

Looking for persons willing to speak to small groups, 1 on 1 presentations. A car and internet necessary. Diana (866)3065858. Small Animal Hospital in Kanata, looking for experienced vetinary technician full/parttime. Please e-mail or fax resume attention Debbie: info@bridlewoodanimalhospital.ca or 613-599-7990.

Rideau Valley Outdoors. Come hunt with us in the heart of Eastern Ontario! We offer waterfowl, turkey, deer and black bear hunting. We are now booking for our specialty: guided goose hunts. Check out our website at www.rideauvalleyoutdoors.ca or call (613)284-7825.

LEGAL 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 PAR-DON) 1-866-972-7366 www.removeyourrecord.com In business since 1989

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Horse stalls and hay steamers. HappyHorseProducts.ca 613715-1719.

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

MARINE North Star, 115 h.p. turbo Jet Boat for sale with trailer, 5.11 meters in length. Excellent for skiing, tubing and fishing, with complete enclosure. Excellent condition. $5,995 no tax 613284-9886.

MORTGAGES $$MONEY$$ Consolidate Debts Mortgages to 90% No income, Bad credit OK! Better Option Mortgage #10969 1-800-2821169 www.mortgageontario.com

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MUSIC Certified piano technician, with Piano Technician’s Guild, extensive experience with tuning, repairing and rebuilding. www.piano4u.ca 613-284-8333, 1-877-742-6648.

PETS Adorable Bichon Frise puppies for sale. Home raised, first shots. For more information please contact Kim at 613-229-8110.

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

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At EMC Specialty Publications we are committed to producing top-quality Community Resource Guides that are the number one choice for consumers and provide great value for advertisers. We’ve been perfecting our directories for over thirty years and are proud to bring consumers and businesses together. We are currently looking for an Outside Sales Representative to prospect for potential advertisers across our 25 Ontario markets. Responsibilities include telephone sales, visiting clients, customer service and order processing. If you possess strong computer, communication and organizational skills, are self-motivated and self-disciplined and have sales experience and access to your own vehicle we invite you to apply. Please e-mail your resume and cover letter by August 17th to

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House Cleaner in Kanata area. Understanding of clients needs, meticulous, honest, reliable, reasonable prices. (613)7969421. 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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VEHICLES 1979 Fiat Spyder 2L 5 speed. Many new parts needs low cost tran work. Summer driven. $5000.00. 613-258-4170. Assortment of used tires, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.5. Summers, all-season and snows. Also used car parts. Gord 613-257-2498.

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HELP WANTED

Certified Mason. 12 years experience. Chimney repair, restoration, parging, repointing. Brick, block and stone. Small/ big job specialist. Free estimates. 613-250-0290.

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

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Beaverbrook, Kanata- Carol’s Kid Corner has spaces available. Play-groups, outings, arts & crafts plus much more! Healthy lunches & snacks. 15 yrs. experience. Receipts & references available. Call 613-592-5561 supermomfour@hotmail.com

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BIRTH

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BEST – Conor David Best and his sister, Sarah Catherine Best, were born on Thursday, July 19th (about 6 weeks early) at the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Conor is long and lean, weighing almost 4 lbs. Sarah is just over 4 lbs. and looks just like big sister Alana when she was born. The twins are healthy but are expected to stay in the Civic Hospital’s Neonatal ICU until August 11 (close to their original due date). Parents, Cam and Kathleen Best feel so lucky to have such a great hospital team. The doctors and nurses have been amazing and are very happy with the little babies’ progress. Proud and thankful grandparents are Sadie and David Cameron of Hanwell, New Brunswick and Dawn and Doug Best of Perth, Ontario.

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ENGAGEMENT

Gibson – Rebertz Engagement

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Donna Gibson and the late Jack Gibson are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter

Tammy Lynn to Kevin Warren

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2007 Jay Flight 40’ Bungalow Park model 37’ Three season sunroom with windows & screens Lot 4 Mississippi Lake RV Resort, Carleton Place, ON. This special RV home is nestled under trees on an extremely nicely landscaped premium location. Just steps from the beach, docks, restaurant, pool and visitor parking area. A Pickett fence adds to the privacy of this property. The retail investment of this spacious and well decorated summer RV home with all the comforts available is $97,300. It has just been REDUCED to $54,900 for a quick sale. Financing available OAC. For viewing visit Kijiji ID 371015693 or call (613)-799-5000.

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Monday August 6th, 2012 10:00 AM sharp For Moe and Dorothy Killeen to be held at their home located at 634 Carl Lee Ave., Munro Meadows, Almonte, Ontario. (Wolf Grove Rd. to 8th Concession Ramsay to Heather Cresc. to Carl Lee). Yard Man 18 HP 42� lawn tractor; Air compressor; Air nailing gun; Reciprocating saw; Chain saw; Gas weed eater; Natural gas Bar B Q; Dining room table; sideboard and 6 chairs; Leather La Z Boy; Leather love seat; 42� LG flat screen TV; Antique bench; What Not stands; Antique Wash stand; Chesterfield and Love Seat ; Adirondack chairs; Oak corner cupboard; 2 Wicker chairs; 2 love seats; Coca Cola Clock; Wicker rocker; etc.etc. All items are in excellent condition. Please plan to attend – bring your lawn chairs. Owners: Moe and Dorothy Killeen 613-256-2568 613-295-2850 Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Refreshments Auctioneer: John J. O’Neill 613-832-2503 www.oneillsauctions.ca Owners or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident CL390482_0802

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Saturday August 11, 2012 10:00 AM sharp For Ken and Pat Kilgour, et al, to be held at their home located at 3231 Prestonvale Rd., Balderson, Ontario. Purebred Haflinger Mare – 6 yrs old – approx. 14 hands; Purebred Haflinger Mare 3 yrs old – approx. 13 hands, both horses broken to saddle or harness. 9 yr old Appaloosa Quarter Horse cross Gelding – selling with saddle and bridle – very quiet; Purebred Mini Mare – 9 years old – extremely quiet – not broken. Creekdale Carriages 4 wheel buggy – excellent condition; Pony cart – 2 wheel; Covered wagon; Double Horse tandem trailer as is; bridles, halters, tack. Ford 8N Tractor – 1947; John Deere 320 Lawn Tractor – 17 HP, 48� deck; 11 HP snow blower; 5 HP Poulan Rear Tyne Roto Tiller; Gas Weed Eater; Table Saw; 16� Scroll Saw; Bench grinder; Sander; Skil Saw; Drills; Jig Saw; Orbital sander; Queen size bed, triple dresser, chest of drawers, 2 end tables; Wicker chairs; HD Soup Warmer- commercial use; HD toaster – restaurant use; Electric Organ etc. etc. Everything is in excellent condition. The Horses will be sold at 12:30 immediately followed by the buggy. Owner: Ken and Pat Kilgour 613-267-5307 613-285-6067 Terms: Cash or Cheque with ID Auctioneer: John J. O’Neill 613-832-2503 www.oneillsauctions.ca Owner or Auctioneer not responsible in case of loss or accident day of sale


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He said it was also gratifying to see the large crowd show so much interest in the more than 100 area vendors and artisans, including 20 new ones, who were showing off their wares at Herbfest. One of those new vendors, Dale Horeczy of Frankville’s Kricklewood Farm, said he enjoyed talking to Herbfest patrons. Most were knowledgeable about nutrition and

Also a big hit at Herbfest was up-and-coming guitarist Lucas Haneman and his band Go Long (!). Haneman, who has won several awards and wowed crowds at Bluesfest, has been playing Herbfest for eight years. Bedard said the jazz guitarist might become too big for small venues such as Herbfest. “He’s up there with the area’s best musicians,” he said. However, Haneman promised the large crowd at the end of his set that he’d be back again next year. Go Long (!) singer Danielle Allard praised the crowd for its

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EMC Lifestyle – Herbfest has once again proven it is one of the area’s top-drawing summer events. At least 3,000 people streamed to the Herb Garden at the edge of West Carleton Sunday, July 29, to take in the plants, information sessions, music and many vendors offering a variety of healthy living products and services. Herb Garden co-owner Gerry Bedard was once again delighted with the response to Herbfest, which is in its 17th year. “It was awesome to see how well-received this is with the public,” he said. As of noon, 1,600 people had streamed through the gates, which translated into about 3,000 visitors by day’s end. That has become the norm for the event especially if the weather is favourable, as it was Sunday, noted Bedard. He credited the fact Herbfest is a family event for a major part of its success. “There are things here for the kids, adults, all ages,” he said. Bedard was delighted in how well the gardening and cooking information sessions by author Ellie Topp and other experts were attended.

obviously had sophisticated palates, he said. “It is amazing,” said Horeczy, who runs the farm with Brad Daily. “Everyone seems to be in a good mood … and looking for new alternatives when it comes to healthy eating.” Kricklewood Farm produces a variety of products, from goat milk and cheese to candles and folk art, but Horeczy was focusing on the health benefits of sunflowers at his Herbfest booth. Organic cold pressed sunflower oil is great for salads and for drizzling over pasta and potatoes, he said. He said this year’s crop could do with some more rain, but is surviving because sunflowers are drought-resistant. Another enthusiastic firsttime vendor was Gloria Glockling of Gloria’s Fresh Belgian Waffles, who helped organize the event this year. She said she enjoyed the atmosphere of Herbfest and friendliness of the crowds. And it was good for business. “It was non-stop,” she said, noting she had to send her husband away for more waffle dough when they ran out.

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Ward 5 West Carleton-March Thanks to the Volunteers during Carp Water Outage No words can truly express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to all of the tireless volunteers and city staff who helped out during the recent Carp brush fire/water outage event. This was a stressful time for all affected, but the fine folks who stepped up to the plate to help out, made the situation much easier to deal with. I’d like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to:

EMC events – The Kanata Muslim Association will host its first-ever Eid bazaar, a celebration of the end of Ramadan, at St. John Anglican Church in Briarbrook this weekend. The bazaar will be held at the church, located at 325 Sandhill Rd. from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4. This year, Ramadan, a month-long pe-

riod of fasting, runs from July 20 to either Aug. 19 or 20, depending on whenever the new moon occurs. “Itʼs the biggest celebration for the whole Muslim community,” said Afreen Shaikh, the woman organizing the Eid bazaar. “On Eid, we wear new clothes, have treats – itʼs like Christmas.” So far, 11 vendors have agreed to set up booths at the bazaar, which will be held a few weeks before the actual Eid celebration, selling clothing, jewelry, food and henna. A local real estate agent has asked to set up a booth at the bazaar as well. “Iʼm getting a great response,” said Shaikh. While Muslim adults canʼt eat from

sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the children donʼt fast and any food purchased at the bazaar can be taken home to be eaten later, said Shaikh. At the end of Ramadan, the cityʼs Muslim community holds Eid prayers at several locations including Carleton University, the Omar mosque in Bells Corners and the Bilal Masjid mosque in south Nepean. Shaikh said the Kanata Muslim Association is working on providing a location for Eid prayer somewhere in Kanata. “Maybe in two years or maybe next year weʼll have Eid prayer here,” she said. For more information about the Eid bazaar email afree.farooqui@gmail.com.

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• The Carp Fair Board for opening their shower and toilet facilities to residents and for allowing their facilities to be used as a water distribution location during the water outage; • The volunteers who helped go door-to-door in Carp to advise residents of the water situation, including Councillor Mark Taylor and his wife Christine. All of these individuals took time out of their busy schedules to help knock on doors and do what they could to assist; • City staff and especially our By-Law Department who were onsite for the duration of the situation handing out bottled water and worked diligently throughout the water shortage. • City management who visited on site: Sue Jones (General Manager, Emergency & Protective Services Dept.), Pierre Poirier (Chief, Security & Emergency Management Dept), Dixon Weir (General Manager, Environmental Services) and Dr. Rosamund Lewis (Associate Medical Officer of Health). • Chief DeHooge and the City’s firefighters and volunteer firefighters who worked long hours to contain the brush fire; and • The residents of Carp who were affected by the water outage. Thank you, your patience during this stressful time was very much appreciated. Registration Open Soon for Fall/Winter 2012-13 Recreation Programs

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The dates for registration for the City of Ottawa’s Fall/Winter 2012-13 recreation programs have been set as follows: • Swimming and Aquafitness Programs: Registration begins online/touchtone on August 13 at 10pm and in person on August 14 during regular business hours.

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• All Other Programs: Registration starts online/touchtone on August 15 at 10pm and in person on August 16 during regular business hours. The Fall/Winter edition of Recreation E-Guide is now available for viewing at ottawa.ca/recreationguide. The online guide has the recreation programs divided into sections which allow residents to view, print and share only the sections they need. If you don’t have access to the Internet, some recreation facilities and libraries have public access computers. You can also visit a recreation facility or Client Service Centre, where customer service staff will be able to help you register. Printed copies of the online guides do not exist. However, recreation facilities will continue to have their own printed brochures and flyers available. West Carleton Country Kitchen Hosting Community Meeting The West Carleton Country Kitchen is hosting a community meeting on August 7, 2012 at 7pm, 3045 Kinburn Side Road. The meeting is open to all residents with an interest in local, accessible, low cost community programming and for those looking for more information about: • The West Carleton Country Kitchen (CK) program, past, present and future; • Participating and volunteering with the program; and • New partnerships and program ideas.

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valve. It’s actually incredibly helpful.” It the person doesn’t want to talk, move to the final step: keep safe. The final step involves separating a person in distress from their means, such as flushing a bottle of pills, and connecting the person with outside help. “You can’t be the only person who knows about someone’s thoughts of suicide,” said Richeson. “You don’t have to involve 60 people but definite-

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people out there,” she said. “Obviously it’s an issue.” According to the Distress Centre, about one in 20 people have thoughts of suicide. “It’s a big community health issue,” said Richeson. “And yet we don’t talk about it that often. “There’s still, unfortunately, a lot of stigma around mental health and suicide.”

someone, talk to them about things you’ve noticed,” said Richeson, adding it could be a large shift in mood or behaviour. The next step is to ask directly if the person is thinking of suicide. “It’s not an easy question to

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EMC news - Suicide alertness and prevention training is like first-aid for a person’s mental health. “The more equipped people are, the better,” said Arianne Richeson, manager of educational services for the Distress Centre of Ottawa. “The importance of training or dialogue about suicide is it takes away the taboo.” Richeson hosted safeTALK, a three-hour suicide alertness workshop – held in partnership with the Kanata Haven Youth Centre and Reach Up Ottawa – for around 15 people on Wednesday, July 25 at the Lion Dick Brule Community Centre in Glen Cairn. The training session taught the audience how to respond if someone opens up to them about suicidal thoughts, how to spot potentially suicidal behaviour and how to connect people with resources. Most people with thoughts of suicide invite help from others but often it’s missed, dismissed or avoided, which can leave people feeling more alone and at greater risk, said Richeson. “It’s good to know what to do or say if someone approaches you in distress.” The Distress Centre takes about 40,000 calls a year, she said. About 20 per cent of those calls relate to suicide. “The reality is, a lot of people don’t call us,” she said. The safeTALK training “helps the community be stronger,” because people can recognize the signs of someone in distress. The audience for the workshop was a mixture of teenagers and adults. Nineteen-yearold Jenna Harding said suicide awareness and prevention training is important to learn because it can help save a life. “There are a lot of suicidal

ly someone else.” Suicide prevention and alertness training helps make people more comfortable in dealing with the topic, said Richeson. “We need more people who are alert,” she said. “It’s something that affects all of us.” The Distress Centre will be hosting another safeTALK workshop on Aug. 22. For more information, visit the website at www.dcottawa. on.ca.

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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.

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.

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.

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MLS 832720 $184,900

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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

MLS 830235 $475,000

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MLS 836564 $134,500

MLS 834144 $234,900

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stittsvilleoptometry New ListiNg! 311 whistler road, Constance Bay Completely renovated 2+1 bedroom bungalow with beautiful upgrades across from forest! Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, main flr laundry, gas fireplace in livrm, finished basement has 3rd bedrm, full bath & rec room, 2 car detached garage! $329,900

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New ListiNg! 8 terrace Drive #219, Bells Corners Gorgeous 2 bedrm, 3 bath 2 storey condo features renovated kitchen, new flooring, paint, trim & doors, wood-burning fireplace, balcony off livrm , master ensuite & walk-in closet, newer appliances, private yard & location, walk to stores & restaurants and bus stop. Fast access to all highways & major arteries! $209,900

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Bright and cheery 3 bedroom bungalow set on a nice sized lot, .7 of an acre with room at rear of property for an outdoor storage or shop. Newly refinished open concept Kitchen with breakfast bar. Large private deck. Updated kitchen, windows, bath, siding, shingles, some flooring. Looking for your 1st home? Looking to downsize and want nice private setting?

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1457 STORYLAND RD (4 CORNERS) Commercial building on 1.78 aces. Propane radiant overhead heating, well & septic, air compressor, 2 bay garage, display area, bathroom & office. Prime location for a boat franchise, used car lot, car wash, and many other options to use this well situated building. Located at a high traffic intersection of Chenaux and Storyland Roads. MLS # 840856 $285,000 (plus HST).

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What’s happening at the West Carleton Legion Calling 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 to 7 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 welcome. If you are here for the season join in!

Every Thursday: Carpet Bowling, at 1 p.m.

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Every Friday: Cribbage at 2 p.m.

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 and endless coffee!

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Arnprior So I was giving some thought to how much I love living in this area. Even though I reside in Galetta, I consider my home to be Arnprior. When ever I need anything, Arnprior is my go to place. What I love most about Arnprior is that there is so much to do during all seasons. So many sports are offered here from swimming, sailing, boating, base ball and hiking in the warmer months to curling, skiing, skating, snow shoeing and ice fishing in the colder months. Arnprior boasts its own beach and marina which allows great access to boating and fishing on the river. The walking trails are fantastic. Not only do we have two well stocked grocery stores but a handful of motels are within walking distance of most amenities. But then I realized that I was probably looking at Arnprior through my own “sports minded” vision. When I was sharing with Jean the other day, who by the way has lived at Island View since it opened nine years ago, about how much I loved this area, she commented that she is also very enamoured with the town but for very different reasons that one could only see through the eye of an older adult. Jean mentioned that to reside in Arnprior for her means access to many senior

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services like the ArnpriorBraeside-McNab Seniors At Home Programs, Community Care Access Centre and volunteers. Transportation in and around Arnprior is easy and affordable. Taxies are readily available as is the Seniors at Home van service. Any time Jean wants to go out and about, the time it takes to get to most places is not more then five minutes. Our local Hospital is of great benefit to this community. From a senior’s point of view, if a trip to the Hospital is warranted, most tests can be done in a very short period of time eliminating the need to travel all the way into Ottawa, driving in busy traffic and trying to find expensive parking. The doctors are handy and many specialists come to Arnprior. Restaurants are plentiful with many different choices and some even offer senior meals and portions. In fact Wellwood ordered one of those “senior” meals a few weeks ago and had enough to last him two days. But the fact is that if an older adult wants to get out, there is a plethora of venues, some of

which include outside patios. The food offered caters to all most everyone. According to Jean and through the eyes of many seniors the most important feature of Arnprior is the friendly people. It was mentioned to me by a few people that live at Island View that it is not uncommon to be offered assistance from complete strangers on the street who are willing to help our seniors to make this community a better place to live. Isn’t that what it’s really all about? When everyone pitches in just a little to make the town a better community for others, all of us benefit. It turns us into a community where all residents, no matter their age, can be proud to call Arnprior home.

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Rehearsals for this exciting concert begin on Thursday, Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. in Trinity-St Andrew’s United Church in Renfrew. Eight Thursday evening chorus rehearsals will culminate in a grandchoral concert on Sunday, Sept. 30, at Grace-St. Andrew’s Church in Arnprior at 3 p.m. The concert, entitled ‘Glory Alleluia’, will showcase music by Handel, Mozart, Telemann, Vivaldi and Pergolesi and will feature the Ottawa Valley Music Festival Chorus, Orchestra and soprano soloist, Kathleen Radke, from Renfrew. All singers are encouraged to come out for this event. For more information, visit www. valleyfestival.ca or call Susan at 613-623-5822. The Valley Festival’s next concert will be a recital by world-famous pianist Emilie Capulet in Almonte on Aug. 19. To order tickets, call 613433-9457 or email tickets@ valleyfestival.ca.


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No one even looked forward to ‘potato bug day’ BY MARY COOK

Artists sought for revived auction EMC lifestyle – Local artists are encouraged to take part in a popular fundraiser for the Watertown, New York PBS television station. A jurying of potential local participants is set for Monday, Aug. 6 at the Neat Cafe in Burn-

stown from 2 to 6 p.m. All artists are asked to submit one or two paintings. To schedule a time, call Kevin Dodds at 613-286-8512. The television station would then visit the area Aug. 14-15 to film participating artists.

were swear words, which he wouldn’t dare say in English in front of Mother. If we were lucky, the potato bugs were finished for the year. I often wondered if they died a slow and agonizing death in the coal oil. As I was going through a very religious spell in my young life at the time, I said

a silent prayer that there was a potato bug heaven where they would find lots of potato plants to eat and where they could escape their coal oil deaths. I knew in my heart, Father would feel very differently about them, and if he prayed, it would be that we had seen the last of them for another year.

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ing down our backs. We wore straw hats and gum rubbers. If we were lucky and worked quickly we could finish the whole patch in the better part of a day. We didn’t even stop for lunch, so anxious were we to finish the job and you wouldn’t dare speak to Father unless it was something very important. He hated the job so much, he was in vile humour most of the day, which was very unusual for Father. When we finished the entire patch, we went into the summer kitchen and stripped down to our underwear and Mother would have lined up seven wash basins, using the pot she used for bleaching the tea towels. With hot water from the reservoir, we scrubbed our hands until they were red and washed any other part of our body we could get at without being completely naked. It took the better part of the evening before Father got rid of the scowl on his face and not before he could be heard muttering to himself in German, which Audrey said

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left over, fried with bacon fat and onions for supper. We could end up with many bags in the cellar if we were lucky. And, of course, there wasn’t a smidgen wasted either. The peels were fed to the pigs and it wasn’t unusual for Mother to barter in Renfrew for supplies either. A bag of potatoes could mean more than two kilograms of sugar, a bag of green tea and even a few yards of print from Briscoe’s General Store. So it was important that we save the crop from the potato bugs. It was no easy job picking off the bugs. There were no gloves to protect your fingers. The only time I ever saw a pair of rubber gloves was when old Dr. Murphy took out my tonsils. No, you took a hold of the potato bug between your thumb and finger and pulled it off the leaf, and popped it into the tin of coal oil. We went up and down the rows of potatoes, covered from head to toe to keep off the mosquitoes and the flies, with sweat pour-

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

Please call the Main Office at the school in advance to book a registration appointment (613) 271-4254. All Saints offers comprehensive programming for students in Grades 7 and 8 (Intermediate School) and Grades 9 to 12 (High School) Specialty Programs in:

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EMC lifestyle - Father was not going to be bitten twice. No-sir-eee. It sounded like a good idea the year before when he saw the ad in a farm magazine. It was guaranteeing an easy way to kill potato bugs and he sent off $2 for the latest invention which was going to put an end to one of the most hated jobs on the farm. What arrived were two pieces of small flat board about 10 centimetres square and instructions to put the potato bug on one piece and slam it dead with the other. Of course, you had to pick off the bug first. Father knew he had been had, as he chucked the two pieces of wood into the Findlay Oval and watched his two dollars go up in smoke. He wasn’t going to fall for something like that again - he may have only had a junior fourth-level education, but knew a crooked deal when he saw one. Now, Father loved farming. He loved his land and he loved his livestock, but what he couldn’t abide was picking off potato bugs. Yet it was a job that had to be done if we were ever to realize a good crop of potatoes for winter. So this time of year, when the plants were high, filled with blossoms and in a few weeks ready to be dug up for the new potatoes, we could also see hundreds of miserable little bugs eating to their hearts content on what would surely be the end of our crop and a disaster if left alone. We called it ‘potato bug day’ and Emerson said you looked forward to it as much as you looked forward to a trip into Renfrew to get a tooth pulled. We hated the job with a passion and with Father lamenting about it, didn’t make it any easier. The entire family got into the job, we five children, Mother and Father. We were told the night before, just before we went to bed and it was enough to keep you tossing and turning most of the night. Of course, my brother Emerson didn’t make the job any easier for me when he told me one of the Kallies boys got rabies from potato bugs. My sister Audrey said to pay him no heed - it was impossible to get rabies from a potato bug. This greatly put my mind at ease. Audrey, 11 years older than I

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A trio of tasty recipes for guests this summer Food ‘n Stuff PAT TREW

with raspberries. You might want to try the same idea with fresh peaches for a Sunday brunch treat. Use a blender if you have one to make this rather than an electric mixer. The blades of the blender break up the

lumps of cottage cheese so that the topping ends up almost as smooth as whipped cream. The second recipe is for a quick, tasty salad dressing that goes well on any green salad. Made with tomato juice and

flavoured with tarragon, this has a slightly sweet flavour. It can also be made with a sugar substitute if you wish. If you don’t have any tarragon, you can substitute basil. The last recipe is for a marinade that you can use with either fresh salmon, pork chops or chicken. After marinating, they can be barbecued or baked in the oven. This recipe calls for fresh ginger but powdered ginger can also be used. The soy sauce gives additional flavour as well as colour. Creamy Fruit Topping 1 cup cottage cheese 1/4 cup white wine 2 to 4 Tbsp. milk 1 Tbsp. or more of white sugar. Tomato Tarragon Salad

Dressing 1/2 cup tomato juice 2 Tbsp. lemon juice 1/2 Tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 3 Tbsp. vegetable oil 1/4 tsp. dry mustard 1 Tbsp. white sugar 1 tsp. tarragon or basil Combine all the ingredients in a small jar, close the lid tightly, then shake. Refrigerate for a couple of hours to let the flavours blend. Shake again just before using. Ginger Soy Marinade 1 clove garlic, finely chopped 1 tsp. grated fresh ginger 1 Tbsp. vegetable oil 1 Tbsp. soy sauce 3 Tbsp. sherry 2 sliced green onions Combine all the ingredi-

Ride the Rideau, Eastern Ontario’s most successful cancer fundraiser By TRACEY TONG The Ottawa Hospital Foundation

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Exactly one year ago, Jeannette On September 8, Corriveau, now Corriveau was diagnosed with 53, will Ride the Rideau alongside Dr. Segal. breast cancer. “I was shocked. I’m an avid cyclist and a very healthy, active woman with no history of breast cancer in my family,” said the Stittsville resident.

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She got another big surprise when she walked into her oncologist’s office and realized that Dr. Roanne Segal – a woman she knew from her spin class – would be her physician in her cancer journey.

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EMC lifestyle - This week I’m passing along three recipes that are all worth trying. The first is for a low-calorie creamy topping that you can use instead of whipping cream on fresh fruit, crepes or cake. Made with cottage cheese and flavoured with wine, this can be sweetened with either sugar or a sugar substitute. When the raspberries were in season, I served this topping over crepes filled with fresh berries. When we ran out of crepes, I spread it on thick slices of toasted homemade bread then topped that

ents. To use, arrange the fish or meat in a single layer in a shallow glass or ceramic dish. Pour the marinade over this, then turn each piece to coat both sides. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for about two hours. Drain and discard the marinade before cooking the meat.

UNICEF supports children in Syria EMC news - UNICEF has launched an urgent appeal for Canadians to support emergency efforts reaching Syrian children and their families living in crisis. UNICEF has appealed for $39 million to support its humanitarian efforts in the region. So far it has received less than half and still needs $23 million. “The needs among children and families displaced by the violence of recent days are enormous, whether in food, water and sanitation or other basic supplies. “We are doing our utmost to respond, using whatever means we have at our disposal,” says UNICEF Syria representative Youssouf Abdel-Jelil. Despite the upsurge in fighting in Damascus and elsewhere, UNICEF and its partners continue to deliver essential aid. Since January, UNICEF has reached 190,000 people in Syria including more than 145,000 children. It’s estimated more than 1.5 million people in Syria are still in need. The deteriorating security situation and unreliable access to fuel are creating major challenges in reaching these families. To make a donation or learn more visit www.unicef.ca.

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Back to school supplies needed at the Kanata Food Cupboard Demand expected to be higher this year over 2011 Jessica Cunha

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EMC news - As students gear up to head back to school this September the Kanata Food Cupboard is looking for help stocking its shelves with supplies. At the beginning of each school season, the food cup-

board gives families a hand by providing basic supplies for students. Last year, the food cupboard helped 85 families – including 187 children and eight adults with school supplies. “I anticipate the numbers are actually going to be higher this year,” said Karen Waters, client co-ordinator. Some families just don’t have the financial means to get the items their children need, she said. “All the bare essentials of what you need for back to

school is what we’re looking for.” School supplies needed include: • Paper and graph paper. • Scribblers. • Pens, pencils, markers, crayons, pencil crayons. • Math sets. • Dictionaries. • Calculators. • Glue sticks. • White out. • Backpacks. • Combination locks. • Pencil cases. • Scissors. • Pencil sharpeners.

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The Kanata Staples Business Depot is also hosting a school supply drive for the Kanata Food Cupboard. “They always do a drive,” said Waters, adding it’s a huge help. Collections began just over a week ago and will continue

until mid-September. “We do want to make sure that every child has the proper school supplies on day one of school,” said Stephen Tanner, general manager at Staples. “I think the unique thing about the drive is the fact that the merchandise and or cash donations stay within the community it was collected.” Donations to the Kanata Food Cupboard’s back to school drive can be made at the following locations: • Kanata Food Cupboard warehouse (from 9 a.m. to

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CARP Aug. 12

Fly in or drive in to the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 245 Ottawa open house at Carp Airport, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free, food by Stone Soup Foodworks, try your hand at metal building and building wooden wing ribs. The airport is located on Russ Bradley Road. Turn west off Carp road opposite Irish Hills Golf and Country Club.

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. ONGOING 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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RCL Branch 616 Ladies Auxiliary yard sale at 8 a.m to 1 p.m. To reserve a table call 613-832-2082 or 613-8322495. Open to everyone. . Aug. 23, to Sept. 4 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

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Square dancers wanted for The Bay Waves. Looking for good, clean fun on Friday nights? Give modern squaredancing a try. No experience necessary. We’ll teach you how to dance. Your partner won’t dance? No worries, come anyway. Try us out for free. Come to the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Wear comfortable and casual clothing. For information call Tammy at 613-8081303. ONGOING 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

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