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News - Adrian Moyes and Shawn McCauly could never have guessed, when taking music class at their rural elementary school, that one day they would return to create a recording studio in that very same room. “We both took music in this class,” McCauly said during a recent tour of their new business in the former Fitzroy Centennial School in Kinburn. “It’s nice to see the building being used again. It goes back to 1967, so it’s been around for a while.” The room is soundproof, so it doesn’t distract business located in other former classrooms. Plus they found old music sheets and other odds and ends left behind.
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As much as they appreciate the past, though, the 20-something musicians are keen to offer a unique service to artists from around the valley and Ottawa’s west end. Levels Jam Space and Recording Studio is among the few studios that supplies almost everything a musician could want. That saves time (and rate fees) setting up and tearing down. “When I’ve gone to other studios, I’ve found most of your time is wasted getting set up. That costs you money and keeps you from rehearsing,” Moyes said. “We’ve really taken our time getting our equipment. That’s what I’m most proud of is the stuff you can do when you’re here.”
News - To emphasize the importance of spring water safety with students, Sarah O’Grady, education co-ordinator for the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, brought out a cooler
filled with partially melted ice cubes sitting in water. The temperature of the liquid sitting in the red bucket is about the same as the water outside, she told the students at St. Michael School in Fitzroy.
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Happy Easter, everyone Twelve children enjoyed an Easter crafts day for kids is held at the Constance Bay Community Centre from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Among them, ready to take their crafts home to enjoy, are Wally and Levon Lecente. See more photos and Easter preview coverage on pages 30, 33 and 37.
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The studioâ€™s equipment includes: â€˘ Two 15-inch Tapco speakers; â€˘ One Wharfdale Pro powered drum monitor; â€˘ One 22-channel Mackie unpowered mixer; â€˘ One 8-channel Yamaha powered mixer; â€˘ Two Shure SM58 vocal microphones;
â€˘ Three Shure SM57 instrument microphones; â€˘ Full drum kit mics; â€˘ Public Address (PA) system All the sound equipment runs through the PA system to replicate a live club gig. Recordings of live floor jams are also available. â€œAt Levels we have nothing but the best equipment to allow you and your band or your friends achieve whatever sound you
like,â€? Moyes said. A drummer himself, Moyes described in detail all the versatility available to the two drum kits. Also on site are two Fender Mustang cab and heads and a bass amplifier. Music has meant a lot to Moyes and McCauly over the years. Living within walking distance of each other growing up in West Carleton, it was something they saw as
drawing people together for positive and creative collaborations. â€œIt kept us out of trouble. Thereâ€™s not much to do living in a rural area, and so I was self-taught on the guitar,â€? McCauly said. â€œWe used to book youth shows in Constance Bay and helped raise some money for the community centre. Music
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‘We want to make sure everybody is safe’ Hands shot in the air when she asked for two volunteers to plunge their arms into the freezing water, up to a maximum of one minute. Two students, Dominic Sbardella, in Grade 3, and Grade 8 student Asa Campbell, volunteered for the experiment. They plunged their arms in, up to the elbows, and kept them in for the full 60 seconds. As they pulled their arms out, the audience could see how red the skin turned from sitting in the frigid water. “That’s just one little example of how cold, cold water can hurt you,” O’Grady said. The body restricts the blood flow to areas that are submerged then rushes back in after the affected area is pulled out. Hypothermia can set in when the body’s temperature drops below 35 degrees Celsius. If a person falls into water during the spring thaw, it takes about five to 10 minutes before the body begins to shut down, said O’Grady. “The water is actually just sucking the energy out of you,” she said, adding youth and adults need to be reminded of the message. “It doesn’t matter how strong and fit you are,” she said. “It happens every single year to young kids and adults. They fall in and they die just by being exposed to such extreme temperatures. “We need everyone to spread the message.”
ice begins to thin and crack, making the ice unstable. As it melts, the water begins to flow much quicker creating a strong current and the temperature sits at just above the freezing mark. “You want to make sure you don’t get out and play in that water,” said O’Grady. “It’s freezing cold water that could physically hurt you.” She showed the students a video of a scientist going through the ice into frigid waters. It explained what to do if someone falls in and the best way to climb out. Tips included to keep as much of the body out of the water as possible, kick your legs to propel you forward and onto the ice, then to roll away from the hole to keep from falling through again.
During the spring thaw season, people need to be cautious and stay away from open bodies of water. O’Grady spoke with students at St. Michael School in Fitzroy on April 11 about the importance of water safety during this time of year. “We want to make sure everybody is safe,” she said, adding the waterways can be very dangerous in the springtime. During the thaw season, the
If a person sees someone else or an animal fall in, the best thing to do is call 911 for help. Don’t try to pull the person out, unless it can be done from a safe distance away. “You don’t want to be exploring spring water,” she said. “Water moves very, very quickly at this time of year. All that snow and ice turns into water, pushes it at a faster pace.” The Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority issued a flood watch for the Mississippi River from Innisville to Galetta on April 11, as well as for the Mississippi Lake, Clyde River and Dalhousie Lake. The watch was in effect until April 14. “Residents are strongly urged to stay off all ice covered water bodies and to remind children about the dangers of playing
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Asa Campbell and Dominic Sbardella test how quickly cold water can affect the body during a presentation by the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority at St. Michael School in Fitzroy on April 11.
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News â€“ The warmer weather and rain has prompted authorities to issue flood watches for residents in the Ottawa, Mississippi and Clyde river watersheds. However, the expected heavy rainfall predicted for last weekend didnâ€™t materialize in most areas and cold weather early in the week has slowed the melt, tempering concerns somewhat. Nevertheless, the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) upgraded the flood watch to a flood warning Monday for the area from Dalhousie Lake to Galetta on the Mississippi Rriver. Rainfall over the weekend coupled with the remainder of the snowmelt has caused flows and levels to increase significantly, reports the MVCA. Additional rainfall on Tuesday and Wednesday was expected to exacerbate the conditions across the eastern portion of the Mississippi River watershed. The Ministry of Natural Resourcesâ€™ Pembroke office advised area residents that a Watershed Conditions Statement - Flood Outlook is in effect in the district. Residents along the Ottawa River and its tributaries are encouraged to keep a close watch on conditions, regularly check updated messages and stay away from fast-moving
rivers and streams. ed to rise 10â€“15 cm before they The MNR points out that peak later this week. Levels in stream flows across the south- the river from Carleton Place ern region of the province are through to Galetta responded moderately high due to recent quickly to the rainfall over the and continuing snow melt and weekend. rainfall. Environment Canada The river is not expected to also recommends residents, es- peak until the end of next week pecially those with waterfront with conditions slightly above property, keep a close watch on those experienced in 2008. local conditions and weather Daily water levels and flows forecasts. are available on the MVCA Residents are strongly urged website at www.mvc.on.ca/wato stay off all ice covered water ter-levels. bodies and to remind children Environment Canada bulabout the dangers of playing letins can be found at http:// on or near ice covered surfaces weather.gc.ca/. The Surface or fast flowing water in ditches Water Monitoring Centre puband smaller creeks. lic webpage can be found at The Carp River continues to www.ontario.ca/flooding. recede and is not expected to increase substantially for the remainder of this spring. On Dalhousie Lake water levels have in creased about 35 centi
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News - St. Paul’s United Church in Carp has been revitalized with a fresh energy thanks to the new musical director. Ryan Phelps, of Gatineau, joined the congregation in November last year and has worked to bring a more upbeat and dynamic sound to the church’s choir. “I think it’s revitalized the church, I feel like the church has a signature presence with this kind of music that illuminates us,” said Camille Boivin, a volunteer and member of the church. “Not only does he work with the traditional hymns, he’s also introducing quite a few new voices. “They’re more dynamic, more alive. The choir is really a solid choir.” Phelps has more than 10 years of musical experience as a director and accom-
plished pianist. Already, he’s brought a number of musical guests in to perform with the choir. “He has a circle of influence in the music world,” said Boivin. “He’s bringing in a whole lot of new influence and music. It’s very upbeat.” The Easter Sunday service will include jazz and rhythm and blues performer Rebecca Noelle Abbott, one of the first finalists on Canadian Idol. “Becky will be singing with the choir and she and I will be doing some solo stuff as just a duo,” said Phelps. “For Easter I wanted to do something special.” The music at the Easter service will have more of a “southern gospel” feeling, said Phelps. He’s also worked to infuse jazz and contemporary Christian music into the church’s regular service repertoire, along with the traditional hymns. “When I play at church, I’m quite happy. I think we
get these gifts and to share them and be able to give back a bit is really important,” said Phelps. “I always feel quite good doing the music at the church. It’s quite fulfilling.” He said with a new minister – Rev. Karen Boivin (no relation to Camille) – and new music, the church is hoping to attract new members, more youth, and people interested in taking part in the choir. “It’s a new environment and a new energy. The church is in the process of building momentum right now. It’s a fun place to be involved in,” said Phelps. “I’d like to see if we can grow the attendance and see if we can get a bit of a younger crowd in there as well through music appeal, make it a venue for special musical happenings. “We’re definitely recruiting choir members. We have a lot of fun.” No experience is necessary to join and all ages are welcome. Phelps said he’ll be teaching conditioning and how to read music over the summer. As well, high school students who want to take part will be given their volun-
teer hours for rehearsals. The choir gets together on Thursdays, at 7:45 p.m., to practice its selections. At the moment, the choir has about 10 members. Phelps said he’d like to see that number double. “If we could have double that that would be great; just 10 more would round out the sound wonderfully,” he said, adding the choir is short on tenors and altos. “There’s lots of fun, lots of smiles. The people that are there are growing as singers,” Phelps said. “I believe that the church is really redefining our mission and our vision, to be more close to the community, to be more relevant to the community,” said Camille. “It’s regenerating our whole culture here.” “There’s a new vibration, a resonance. The only way you can experience it is to drop in.” St. Paul’s United Church is located at 3760 Carp Rd. For more information on the choir or to volunteer, contact Phelps at rytphelps@gmail. com or by phone at 613-2293898.
Ryan Phelps is the new musical director for St. Paul’s United Church in Carp.
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News – Local MPP Jack MacLaren’s bill related to the Niagara escarpment made it through seconding reading last week. Tabled April 10, the Bob Mackie Act would allow an exception be made to the Niagara Escarpment Commission’s rules to allow for an archery business. Bob Mackie, a friend of the Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP, died of a heart attack on Feb. 8 after a lengthy legal battle to keep his business open. “He’s a brave man who stood up for principle and died as a result,” MacLaren said. “It bled him dry, financially, and he was in court until the day he died.” An ecologically-sensitive area, the Niagara Escarpment is a refugee against most private businesses. However, MacLaren insists the target-shooting business safely backed onto the escarpment
(not a neighbour’s), was quiet, provided a valued service and contributed to the tax pool. “He was not hurting anybody and everyone enjoyed having his business,” said MacLaren, who became friends with Mackie while both held high-profile positions in the Ontario Landowners Association. He admits Mackie was in the wrong when it came to a building on his property, but opposed the commission when it passed an order prohibiting archery after a neighbour complained. Although Mackie’s property, near Beamsville, is zoned agriculture and not commercial, MacLaren’s bill would allow for this one exception to the escarpment’s planning and development act. “It’s a tribute to a poor man who died fighting many years for what he felt was right,” MacLaren said. “He represents people all over the province suffering from (government interven-
the painstaking process of analyzing other fragments of data, some that may relate to businesses, that were also removed.” The CRA is sending registered letters to those whose SINs are compromised. No phone calls or emails will be sent. The RCMP is investigating. In a statement Sunday, the agency said that “individuals, businesses and representatives
are now able to file returns, make payments, and access all other e-services available through the CRA’s website.” Because the system was down for a week, the CRA has extended the tax filing deadline from April 30 to Monday, May 5. “Our systems are back online,” said Treusch. “We apologize for the delay and the inconvenience it has caused to Canadians.”
JACK MACLAREN tion). I’d be happy if any small person called me for help.” Once per year backbench MPPs are allowed to table a private member’s bill. They usually fail to pass, but give the MPP a chance to voice their opinion in the legislature on a pet issue. The Bob Mackie Act could reach third reading, but a spring election is expected; that would kill all bills. MacLaren said the act would not affect the Carp Escarpment. He was unaware of the Huntley Highlands group attempting to bring rules to the Carp ridge area.
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he most serious flaw among the many, many flaws in the Fair Elections Act is its author, MP Pierre Poilievre. The entire exercise should be scrapped because he is unfit to draw up such a bill, let alone maintain his position as democratic reform minister. Poilievreâ€™s unprecedented attack on Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrandâ€™s integrity, impartiality, and motives â€“ saying the referee shouldnâ€™t be wearing a team jersey â€“ was compounded when he claimed Mayrand is trying to pad his power and budget. â€œHe wants more power, a bigger budget and less accountability,â€? Poilievre told the Senate legal and constitutional affairs committee on April 8. Itâ€™s a baseless claim, of course. It even runs contrary to Mayrandâ€™s past actions (always a good indicator of future actions). Instead, Poilievreâ€™s bill reveals his party wants a bigger war chest, less accountability and more power to win elections by preventing non-Conservatives voters from casting their ballot. It encourages bigger contributions to larger parties by making campaign financing loopholes, creating less accountability from a weakened Elections Canada that uncovered the in-and-out scandal and other dirty tricks.
Mayrand aside, Poilievre also levelled baseless attacks against provincial chief electoral officers, scholars, public intellectuals, columnists, experts from various countries around the world, and protesters armed with petitions delivered to 25 MPsâ€™ offices in Canada, including his own. Perhaps conservative Preston Manning, who recently criticized the bill, is next. The point is that elections experts are attacked en masse and without cause by Poilievre. Heâ€™s not politely pointing out a difference of opinion he has with critics â€“ heâ€™s questioning their motives. Since he is presumably an expert on elections, as he is the democratic reform minister and spent some time thinking about the bill before drafting it, that is reason enough to disqualify him from penning it. Elections experts, according to his reasoning, ought to leave the Fair Elections Act up to someone with less specialized knowledge and, say, more common sense. Poilievre has proven that he is not intellectually capable of addressing arguments against the bill. Personal attacks are the surest sign of a flawed intelligence. Itâ€™s time to scrap the Fair Elections Act.
â€˜Social engineeringâ€™ or not, weâ€™re better off
ttempts by government to change the way people behave are often criticized as â€œsocial engineeringâ€? and often the criticism is justified. But sometimes the attempts actually help. This is what we draw from an event last week where the city and Ottawa Public Health dropped some statistics on smoking. Itâ€™s way down in Ottawa. After stalling for a few years, the smoking rate has dropped to 11 per cent. It was 15 per cent three years ago. According to Ottawa Public Health, ours is the lowest smoking rate in the province. The city canâ€™t claim full credit for this. What has happened here is part of a nation-wide trend that has been going on for decades. In 1999, the smoking rate was 23.2 per cent. In 1985, it was 35 per cent. Some of these figures come from different sources, so comparisons arenâ€™t exact, but you get the idea: in the last 30 years, the percentage of smokers has been halved, or declined by two-thirds, depending on which numbers you use. Thatâ€™s a significant change of behaviour, one of the most significant ever in our country. If you are old enough to remember when everyone smoked, you know the difference. It is common now to be at parties where everyone
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Of greater significance, though, were the changes made in where smoking was allowable. It got to be really inconvenient to smoke, which was an incentive to quit. It also got to be really expensive, thanks to higher and higher taxes. A pack of cigarettes costs something like $8 now. Thatâ€™s a deterrent, particularly to young people. But the inconvenience might be even more important. In the days when cigarettes were cheaper, they were also much more visible. You would see people smoking them in grocery stores, on airplanes, in bars, in shopping centres, in theatres, in restaurants, at work. Then the rules began changing. Cigarettes disappeared from the workplace, the stores, airplanes and trains. Then, with considerably more controversy, smoking was banned in bars and restaurants. This may have hurt bar and restaurant owners, but it made a big difference both to non-smokers and to smokers who were thinking of quitting (which, I can say as a reformed smoker, is all of them). The jury may be out on the economic impact of banning smoking in restaurants and bars. But it can be argued that those who want to smoke can step onto the sidewalk. Meanwhile, bars and restaurants have gained new customers who had previously stayed away because they didnâ€™t like to be in a smoky environment.
In short, people who were inclined to quit anyway found they had a greater incentive to do so because smoking had become not just an unhealthy and expensive pastime, but a pain in the neck. Here, there was more help at the governmental level in the provision of anti-smoking programs at clinics and hospitals. Last year, more than 4,300 people took part in stop-smoking programs offered by Ottawa Public Health. There is still muttering about social engineering, particularly as smoking bans spread out of doors. But you canâ€™t argue with the fact that weâ€™re better off for it.
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Heartfelt message to the owner of a dog killed on the highway To the Editor:
On the morning of Wednesday, April 2, I stopped on the side of Hwy. 417 eastbound near the Kinburn overpass. I had heard via the Ottawa and Valley Lost Pet Network
(OVLPN) that there was a small black and white dog that had been hit the day before and was deceased. I hated the thought of it lying there on the cold road, as well as wondered about who could be missing it. I pulled over as cars and 18-
chip, but he did not have one. (I filed reports with the local vet clinics, animal control and the Ottawa Humane Society.) Arnprior Humane Society was kind enough to transport him to the vet clinic for safekeeping while we tried to find the owner. Several days later, I was notified through the OVLPN that the owner had been found as he was canvassing the area where the dog went missing. It was treatments are installed in the a very sad story that I will not water system after the house is built. If the city can be trusted to take dirty water from the Ottawa River and treat it to serve all the urban and suburban citizens of the city, surely a rural homeowner can be trusted to treat the water from his own well if required. The task is much easier and we’ve been doing it for years and years and years. The next meeting of ARAC is to be held in West Carleton on Monday, May 5. Let us hope that by then the councillors realize how unfair they are being in not trusting rural residents to be responsible for their own wells and drinking water. wheelers flew by, and waited for a break in traffic before running out, wrapping the dog in a blanket and placing it in my car. I brought him to the Arnprior Humane Society where they scanned him for a micro-
Rural Affairs meeting undemocratic To the Editor:
Your political reporter, Laura Mueller, is to be commended for her coverage of the Agricultural and Rural Affairs Committee (ARAC) held in Osgoode on April 4. It was one of most undemocratic meetings I have ever attended. As a speaker I felt that my words and those of every other speaker were totally ignored and the councillors’ solution was one they had committed to before we went to the meeting. The fact that they were prepared to read a letter written before the meeting with the action they were committed to following proves that our words went in one ear and out the other. Our presentations were inconse-
quential, a total waste of time. In the end the councillors agreed to send a letter to the province asking them to update the Ministry of the Environment’s D-5-5 Water Guideline. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the Guideline. The acceptable levels of minerals and other substances in our water is the same today as the day the guideline was written. The Guideline is fine if it used as a guideline and not imposed as a regulation on which single lot severances can be denied if the water doesn’t meet every single parameter when it comes out of the ground. Modern technology enables homeowners to meet the recommended levels of all the health and aesthetic parameters mentioned in the guidelines. These
elaborate on here. I wanted to contact the gentleman, but due to privacy policies, neither the shelter nor the vet were able to give me his contact information. So, I am hoping that someone reading this will know who this man is, and tell him the following: I am so deeply sorry for the loss of your dog. I wish I knew his name. I have thought about him every day since that day. I want you to know that I
wrapped him in a blanket, I stroked him and spoke to him when he was safe in my car. He was lovingly treated by both the shelter and vet staff. I wish this had not happened, but am glad that you at least have closure. I had wanted to contact you to tell you this in person, but I am hoping that somehow this message will reach you. Natalie Gaanderse Braeside
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Public debate usurped by city council, rural concerns ignored Effectively, Mr. Moser recommends that council transfer approval authority for rural severances from the Committee of Adjustment to planning staff, an obvious attempt to claim more power for the planning department. All the brouhaha on this issue started back in 2009 with a single public comment submitted to the Official Plan Review process (OP 76). Yes, a single comment. When asked who submitted the comment, staff will spurn your inquiry and state that it is not relevant. Seriously? This one comment caused a policy wording change and has lead to staff’s misapplication of 18-year old guidelines, to enormous public outcry. ARAC members and staff have received hundreds of emails, phone calls and letters from angry rural residents. Town hall meetings on the issue have exceeded capacity. Councillor Thompson attempted to explain why the issue had been bumped ahead to the April meeting in Osgoode from May. “It’s procedural, but we’re making an exception given the significant public interest,” he explained, going on to divulge
how busy the May meeting agenda in West Carleton was going to be anyway. No one in attendance was buying the explanation. The reality is, in moving the issue to the earlier meeting in Osgoode, many additional concerned residents could not attend. After presenting staff’s report (with loud discord from the crowd), Mr. Thompson opened the floor for public comment. Nine people spoke to the matter including a professional planner, a retired engineer, a geologist, two citizen groups, a retired councillor, a water treatment specialist and concerned individuals. All spoke at length against staff’s application of the policy, step-
ping down from the podium to resounding applause from the packed hall. Mr. Thompson attempted several times to subdue the crowd’s enthusiasm. The committee heard witness to the personal and financial hardship of rural residents, loss of rural cultural heritage, engineer’s reports, treatment technologies and landowner rights and responsibilities. Amongst the compelling arguments presented, the testimony was supported by MOE staff comments to MPP Jack MacLaren confirming that the guidelines were not intended to apply to single-lot rural severances. See COMMITTEE Page 19
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Last Thursday evening, more than 150 taxpayers filled the community hall in Osgoode to attend an Agricultural and Rural Affairs Committee meeting (ARAC). The City of Ottawa website states that ARAC is “responsible for ensuring that the unique interests and requirements of the City’s rural areas are taken into account in the decisions made by the City of Ottawa. The committee will make recommendations to council on issues and programs pertaining to the agricultural and associated industries, the rural economy, rural residential communities, land development and landscaping, transportation, water and wastewater services, and environmental protection.” At the meeting, the majority in attendance were residents of West Carleton and Goulbourn wards. Dozens were from Osgoode Ward and a handful represented other rural Ottawa communities. Sitting at committee were Councillors Doug Thompson (Osgoode), Eli El-Chantiry (West Carleton-March), Scott Moffatt (Rideau-Goulbourn),
Shad Qadri (Stittsville) and Steven Blais (Cumberland). Doug Thompson chaired the meeting. On the agenda were a dozen items pertaining mostly to Osgoode Ward. However, the committee selected this particular meeting to table a report released by city staff that was intended for the upcoming May meeting in West Carleton. The agenda issue was staff’s strict adherance to the Ministry of Environment’s (MOE) 1996 Water Quality Guidelines (D-5-5 ) and how the city now applies well water aesthetic parameters to rural single-lot severances (through 2009 Official Plan Policy, now under review by the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing). In these severance applications, the landowner is required to spend tens of thousands of dollars to drill a well, produce surveys and perform legal, planning and engineering work. Then, after all this work is complete and the severance is approved by the Committee of Adjustment (COA), staff deny the landowner the severance, based on well water that looks or smells
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Monsanto vs. Schmeiser: The case of the accidental farmer Lifestyle - â€œDonâ€™t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.â€? - Robert Louis Stevenson. My daughter bought me tickets to the theatre for my birthday. It was a busy week so I didnâ€™t have time to sit down and research the play before the show date, but I had heard it was getting great reviews. â€˜Seedsâ€™ is an original play by Annabel Soutar of Montreal. When we sat down at the NAC and I opened the program, I was thrilled to see that Eric Peterson of â€˜Corner Gasâ€™ was the lead. And as the play began, I realized I was familiar with the story.
â€˜Seedsâ€™ was developed out of a series of interviews with key players in the Monsanto vs. Schmeiser drama. Soutar was fascinated with the story of the Saskatchewan canola farmer sued by the biotechnology giant Monsanto. The company claimed Schmeiser â€˜stoleâ€™ their genetically modified seed, which is resistant to the pesticide â€˜Roundupâ€™ and allows farmers to spray entire fields, killing all weeds and leaving healthy canola plants behind. They said tests of his crop showed over 60 per cent GM canola, so he likely purchased it from a licensed neighbour and cultivated it in his own fields illegally. Schmeiser claims that first
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member of municipal council in the small town of Bruno, Saskatchewan. The legal debate, of course, is about far more than the presence in Schmeiserâ€™s fields of genetically-modified seeds containing a patented, pesticide-resistant gene. The case asks the question, where do you draw the line? If the gene is patented, fine, but itâ€™s in the seed. And the seed produces a plant. And by the way, the seeds are pretty hardy and able to grow without a lot of human intervention. Itâ€™s quite plausible that they would take root and germinate on their own if spilled onto fertile ground.
Schmeiser stood up for the rights of farmers to cultivate their land and everything that grows on it. And with that course, he sparked the debate about genetically modified organism (GMO) food. Turns out it may not be all that good for us. That is a touchy subject, to be sure. If you ask a farmer who makes his livelihood on GM crops, he isnâ€™t going to be very receptive to your opinion. But the point is technology can be dangerous if it is allowed to proceed without testing and preparation for â€œunintended consequences.â€? Where do we draw the line between stronger, disease-resistant crops and our own health? What about the steroids and antibiotics that we put into feed for beef and chicken? They may help farmers to grow bigger, better animals, but when we ingest the additives somewhere down the
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The early bird gets the … Lifestyle - What a difference a week makes! It seems we have gone from the dead of winter to full blown spring in the blink of an eye. Chipmunks are bounding around stuffing their cheeks with seeds fallen from winter birdfeeders. Female wasps that have survived the winter are busily looking for recesses in which to build their paper nests. And a chorus of bird song now greets the breaking of the day. As most of you know, Amer-
ican Robins stayed behind in good numbers this winter due to the large fruit crops of last fall. However, most of the singing members of that species are newly arrived from wintering sites farther south. Joining their cheerful songs are the stuttering melodies of Song Sparrows and the pugilistic songs of Red-winged Blackbirds. Not all new arrivals sing with the same celebratory gusto. The vocal offerings of Common Grackles are not un-
like the complaints of a rusty gate. A little more pleasant is the name-giving, repetitious songs of Eastern Phoebes. These flycatchers have just come back and if their distinctive sounds do not reveal their identity, the their tail wagging certainly should. But some returning birds make very little if any sound. Great Blue Herons utter only the occasional deep croak while Turkey Vultures remain silent. Tree Swallows are also just back and their soft twitters are best heard at close range. Although these speedy in-
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McKnight family thanks firefighters, supporters for young Liam’s benefit Mandy McKnight
News - Thank you so much to Fire Station 63 for hosting the spaghetti dinner fundraiser for Liam April 5 at the West Carleton Legion. This community is absolutely amazing! We wanted to say a special thanks to Laila and Craig Labelle, Vic Jannack and all guys and gals from Station 63; all of the wonderful folks at the West Carleton Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion; all of the donors for the raffles; Walt Wallace for his wonderful music; Grenfell Catering Delights who donated all the bread and desserts; and a huge thank you to Alf Currie who graciously cooked all of the incredible food. Last but not least a huge shout-out to all of you in the community who came out to support Liam. We can never say thank you enough. Liam had a seizure and we had to leave early and suddenly, so if we may have left without having had the opportunity to thank you personally. One of the questions we get asked the most regarding Liam’s illness is will he outgrow his seizures. It seems that everyone knows someone who had febrile seizures as a baby, but they outgrew the seizures
and now they are fine. Febrile seizures are actually quite common in infants. Unfortunately for Liam, this is not the case. Liam has a genetic mutation in a gene called the SCN1A. We all have mutated genes. For example mutated genes give us our eye colour and our hair colour. However, sometimes genes that are an integral part of our body’s function mutate and suddenly our body’s ability to function normally is impacted. The SCN1A gene plays a key role in our body’s ability to generate and transmit electrical signals; essentially this inability is what causes Liam’s seizures. For Liam, the gene mutates in his body thousands and thousands of times from the tip toes to top of his head. For this reason, kids with Dravet Syndrome are not candidates for surgery and the seizures are resistant to medications. Seizures are the most obvious symptom of the mutation, because we can see them, but doctors do not know the impact on the rest of his body, especially his heart. For Liam, he began having seizures at nine months of age. The seizures are often prolonged that require medical intervention to stop.
They have resulted in many 9-1-1 calls, multiple ambulance trips, multiple air ambulance emergencies and countless hospital stays. Liam is developmentally delayed and is so medically fragile he can only attend kindergarten with the assistance of a full-time nurse who accompanies him from home to school via special transportation and is then met at school by an educational assistant who has been assigned to him 100 per cent of the time he spends there. Because of these safety protocols, Liam has an opportunity to attend school with other kids his age and just be a kid. Liam turned 6 years old on April 8. Over the course of the past five years, the seizures continue to increase in severity despite our efforts to control them with several antiepileptic medications. He suffers prolonged severe seizures on a daily basis and hasn’t had a day without having several seizures since Jan. 4, 2013. As a result of continuous seizures and the side effects of the multiple medications, he has severe developmental delays and is constantly at risk of having intractable seizures causing permanent damage or death.
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The dinner crowd at the spaghetti dinner fundraiser hosted by Fire Station 63 as a benefit for Liam McKnight at the Constance Bay Legion April 5. Young Liam poses for a photo with his mother Mandy. Despite what we call the ‘doom and gloom’ of what the doctors tell us and what we read on the Internet, we know we are one of the lucky families. A couple of years ago, when we were feeling a little sorry for ourselves, we attended our first family conference for Dravet Syndrome in Minnesota and it really opened our eyes. There were so many amazing kids in wheelchairs, some completely non-verbal, never have spoken a word, others fed only by tubes, and
it really opened our eyes. We had a happy, chatty, mobile little guy at home and we then realized things could be so much worse. We try to live each day as it comes and not look too far in the future. Living with the unpredictability of the seizures is probably the most difficult of this illness. The seizures happen at anytime and anywhere and you have to learn to roll with them when they do. See SUPPORT, page 17
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We know some families that rarely leave their house because they cannot live with the stress of not knowing when the seizures will come or they do not have the community support to help them cope, and I don’t blame them one bit. This illness is relentless, but we refuse to become prisoners to Dravet Syndrome. We choose instead to live. We have worked tirelessly to find a treatment that will simply give our son a break – to just be a kid. Our life, to most people, is an immeasurable, constant state of emergency and Liam’s life is constantly at stake. The support that Liam receives from this community, for lack of better words, blows our mind. Liam’s seizures started eight weeks after we moved to Constance Bay and we can honestly say we cannot imagine going through this without you, this community. You are always there for Liam, whether it’s the first responders to our house in an emergency, his school support, volunteers when we are planning the Dravet Walk for a Cure in the Fall, sponsorships for fundraisers, a supportive voice on his Face-
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News - The city is looking at getting out of the business of building new suburban parks and instead letting developers do the work. That’s a proposal being looked at as part of an internal review of the City of Ottawa’s development charges bylaw. Developers already pay for the parks to be built - it’s part of the charge for development, which covers the construction of new infrastructure and facilities needed to support the larger population when a new development goes in. Now the city is questioning whether it makes more sense to let builders take the lead in planning and constructing parks in a schedule that better suits their plans for building new communities, mainly in the suburbs.
“Should the city continue to collect development charges for parks, or should the developers just build the parks themselves?” asked John Moser, the city’s general manager of planning and growth management. “There has been a lot of interest from the development community to do that.” It’s something Moser and his staff are considering proposing to the city’s planning committee and council next month. While it’s just one part of a larger review of how the city collects fees to cover the cost of expanding services to accommodate development, it would be the most significant shift, Moser said. “If that comes to fruition, it would be a big change in the bylaw,” he said. Since the planning and construction of new parks in the urban core works
differently than a masterplanned new suburb, planning staff are considering keeping a fee for parks in the development charge for downtown construction. One reason the developers are interested in constructing the parks themselves instead of paying the city to do it is they would be able to build parks faster, Moser said. The city has to wait until it collects enough money from development charges as different phases of homes in a new community are built, so the park often isn’t put in until residents have been living there for some time. Letting the developers do it would give them the flexibility to put in a park before residents move in, which is something builders prefer to do because it’s a good selling feature, Moser said. Many builders ask the city for “front-ending agreements” to hand over
more of the money the developer will eventually owe to the city upfront so the park can be built sooner. But that will also mean the city wouldn’t know which new parks were going to be built each year. Right now, there is a list of upcoming park projects, but that responsibility could be shifted over to the development industry if the changes are recommended and approved. “Whatever is built has to be built to city standards,” Moser said. “We would see the same quality of parks. They’ll just be built on a more timely basis,” he added. “I think the only think that will change is: ‘Gee, it’s done.’ It’s quicker.” A background study on the revisions to the development charges bylaw will be posted on ottawa.ca a few weeks before it will be considered at a May planning committee meeting.
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In another communication, Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH) staff assured Mr. MacLaren that the Provincial Policy Statement on water quality standards are outcome-based, meaning that if the guidelines are met through treatment technology, the Ministry is supportive. Most astonishing was an OMB decision reversing a staff denial of a rural severance right here in the City of Ottawa. All those attending were asking the committee to represent their concerns to City Council to correct the mistake and overturn the Official
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Plan policy. Given ARAC’s published mandate, the committee’s handling of this issue is dumbfounding. Councillor El-Chantiry was the only committee member to respond to the presentations. He asked Tim Marc, the city lawyer, if it was possible to amend Amendment 150, now at MMAH for review and approval, to incorporate new water quality guidelines. Loaded question. After much procedural jargon, Mr. Marc responded that it was not. Mr. El-Chantiry threw up his hands and shook his head as if to gesture ‘it’s out of our hands, there’s
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nothing we can do’. He tried to look perplexed. Very bad acting. It was obvious the committee was shucking its responsibilities and mandate to represent the rural taxpayer. This issue is very clearly a municipal council decision, not MOE’s or MMAH’s and the guidelines do not apply to single-lot rural severances anyway. Whose side are these guys on? This is when Mr. Thompson dropped the bombshell. “I have here a letter that I had drafted to the Ministry of the Environment.” Silence.
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“I will now read it to you.” The room erupted in thunderous outcry. What? The committee came to this meeting with a pre-determined decision Mr. Thompson began to read the letter. In it, he asks the MOE for an updated D-5-5 guidline. Again the crowd hissed and jeered. Shame! How dare you! What insult! Mr. Thompson tried to bring the meeting to order. It was too late. The crowd was on its feet, scolding committee members for usurping public debate. Condemnation and disgust filled the community hall.
To suppress the clamour, Mr. Thompson adjourned the meeting for 15 minutes. Upon return, the committee politely listened to another agenda matter (unrelated to D-5-5), at the conclusion of which he hastily asked Councillor Qadri to second a motion to bring the meeting to a close. “Aye” said Mr. Qadri. It was the first word he said all night. However, his silence spoke volumes. Gord Turcotte, Shirley Dolan West Carleton
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Suddenly at the Civic Hospital on Sunday, April 6, 2014 at the age of 90 years. Predeceased by her beloved husband Harold George. Loving mother of Sharon SlaterSchellenberg (Lyle), Debi Vienneau and Mark Slater all of Ottawa. Much loved grandmother of Peter (Tammy), Pamela, Robbie and Samantha. Special thanks to the First Responders, the Emergency Unit, Dr. John Sauve, Nurse Faye, and the staff of the ICU at the Civic Hospital for their compassionate care. Friends were received at the Garden Chapel of Tubman Funeral Homes, 3440 Richmond Road, (between Bayshore and Baseline Rd.), Nepean on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 p.m. Funeral Service was held at Kanata Baptist Church, 465 Hazeldean Road, Kanata on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. Those wishing may make donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Condolences, donations or tributes may be made at www.tubmanfuneralhomes.com.
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