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Members of the cast of Fitzroy’s St. Michael School’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ pose for promotional photos to launch the stage production planned for May 9-10. From left are King Triton played by Anthony Nephin, Ariel played by Soleil Haughton, the priest played by Colby Vick, Prince Eric played by Noah Nickerson and Sebastian played by Ella Blondin. See more photographs on Page 42.

  

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Fitzroy students work to destigmatize mental health issues Teens collaborating on solutionsbased book by youth for youth Jessica Cunha jessica.cunha@metroland.com

News - Students at St. Michael School in Fitzroy are working to publish a book by youth, for youth, dealing with teen mental health. The goal of Teen MINDS (Mental Illness Needs Different Solutions) is to create a collaborative book filled with anecdotes, stories and images from Canadian and American youth. “We want this to impact kids all over North America,� said Ella Blondin, a Grade 7 student. “Something that changes their lives.� The students hope the personal stories and solutions will help others who are

dealing with difficult situations to let them know they aren’t alone. “Everyone goes through problems,� said Caitlin Clouthier, a Grade 8 student. “It’ll definitely help people to know they aren’t alone.� Although there’s been a local push to destigmatize youth mental health issues, it still exists. People support the cause with wrist bands and donations, but no one is really talking about their experiences. Teen MINDS wants to change that. “Everyone goes through it,� said Caitlin. “Don’t stay quiet; it doesn’t do any good to keep it all in. People care. Speak out.�

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The 18 youth who started Teen MINDS are holding a contest to help garner interest and awareness around the book. Youth ages 12 to 23 are invited to submit a story or image supporting youth mental health. Submissions will be published in the book and prizes will be awarded to the top five in each category. The contest closes June 22. Teen MINDS is also looking for donations to help cover the cost of publication. To submit an entry, to donate or for more information, visit teenminds.com. The group is using social media to help garner support for the cause. They hope to get more people to sign up by using Thunderclap – a website that will simultaneously post a message about Teen MINDS to supporters’ profiles – to spread the word before the deadline

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Last year, Justin Nolan’s Grade 7 class was discussing entrepreneurship and what it takes to start a business. The students talked about writing a book and started discussing ideas. The topic of youth mental health was raised and the students brainstormed more than 220 subjects under that header. Nolan stopped into a local chain bookstore to see what types of materials were available. Looking around the teen and youth section, he noticed the self-help area only filled one small cubby shelf. The same area in the adult section filled an entire wall. He purchased all the youth books and every student in the class was given one to read and had to create a review, looking at what they liked and didn’t about the material. When all the notes were compared, two similarities presented themselves: the more comprehensive the solutions, the more the students enjoyed the book; and

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illness as possible. “They’re kids that dream big,� said Nolan about his students. “They know it’ll be successful. “Their goal is to have as many youth as possible contribute to this.� Subjects the students came up with include: dysfunc-

tional families, abuse, eating disorders, cancer, schizophrenia, smoking, divorce, self-harm, racism, suicide, homophobia and body image issues. “Fitting in – feeling accepted and feeling like they can be who they are is really hard,� said Ella. “That isn’t right.� They also listed a number of positive attributes, such as: choosing your mood, being grateful, perspective, love, goal setting, resiliency and friendships. “There’s lots in this world today that can make teenagers feel bad about themselves,� said Haydn Holbrook, a Grade 8 student. “The purpose of this book is to help them be resilient to all that stuff. “We all certainly hope people will pick it up and read it and that it’ll positively benefit their lives.�

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Fire at Carp arena causes $20,000 in damage Jessica Cunha jessica.cunha@metroland.com

News - Residents living near the Carp landfill have another chance to provide input to the company regarding its controversial proposed expansion of the site. A Waste Management community information session has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 6. The public meeting will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the NeXT Restaurant, 6400 Hazeldean Rd. in Stittsville. Waste Management is holding the session to further explain its zoning bylaw amendment application to the City of Ottawa for the expansion of the West Carleton Environmental Centre. The company has received provincial approval for an integrated multi-purpose waste management facility at the Carp landfill site to serve the City of Ottawa and the surrounding communities. Community groups have sprung up in opposition to the expansion, saying it will bring down property values, lead to traffic problems, possibly contaminate the air and soil, and that an urban zone is no place for another landfill. Some area residents say the odours are gone and that they welcome the expansion.

News - A fire broke out in the Zamboni bay at the Erskine Johnston Area in Carp causing $20,000 in damage on Wednesday, April 16. Ottawa firefighters received a call from a monitoring agency around 4 p.m. saying there was an alarm condition

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the Albion Rooms • Innovation of the Year - Calypso Theme Waterpark, Canadian Museum of Nature • Community Spirit - Buffet des Continents, Capital Cruises, Funhaven Family Entertainment Centre, Ottawa International Airport Authority • Event of the Year - 2013 IIHF Women’s World Championship, Music and Beyond, National Arts Centre: Northern Scene, RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest, Rendezvous Canada: Ontario Night, Star Wars Identities: The Exhibition, TD Ottawa Jazz Festival.

The Diefenbunker will be up against the Downtown Rideau BIA’s partnership initiatives. Last year’s Partnership of the Year award was won by the City of Ottawa and the Rideau Heritage Route Tourism Association for the Heritage Route signage project. The awards will be given out tonight (Thursday) at a gathering at the Ottawa Conference and Events Centre. Other awards nominations are: • New Company of the Year - National Capital Craft Beer Week Inc., Pumpkinferno and

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Organizers are asking area residents that if they must leave home during the closure to please drive with caution. “Thank you in advance for your co-operation and support,� they say. The slight and short-lived inconvenience is for a good cause, as the annual event raises funds for the Carp, Constance Bay and Fitzroy Harbour libraries in the former township of West Carleton.

   

          

    

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“I was just fine with filing my taxes,” said Himelfarb, one-time clerk of the privy council. “I’ve had a truly privileged life. I’m the son of immigrants and this country has done much for us.” But what of those who are not grateful for government services? Those who either don’t appreciate or need programs such as welfare or the old age pension system, public education or universal health care? Himelfarb says class stratification can reach such extremes that the ultrarich believes it is entitled to all it has, that it earned its wealth (even if inherited or on the backs of educated employees). Conversely, the poor can lose all hope and believe the system is rigged. Meanwhile the middle class will resent those beneath and forgive those above. “That’s why we need to have a conversation on how we can restore the public good,” he said. “The book is really about taxes as a proxy for how we think about our obligations toward one another and our responsibilities to the public good.” The great bulk of taxes are used to pay for social programs that benefit the vast majority of Canadians, a point Himelfarb says has been lost amid the last 35 years of Thatcherism and Reaganomics that insist on decreasing taxes ad infinitum. The issue hasn’t always been as polarized between left and right. From the early to mid 20th century most progressive social programs in the U.S. and Canada were put in place by right wing administrations trying to stave off communism. Leftwingers were often libertarians suspicious of government as an instrument of tycoons and their corporations. When the generation that won the Second World War returned from Europe, both sides favoured so-

cial programs to aid the transition back to civilian life. “That’s why left and right don’t work very well. Progressives understand the state is necessary to contain the market and a strong civil society is needed to contain the state.” That’s why he talks about value for tax dollars, as do all moderates, because blind trust in the state is as foolish as blind trust in the markets. Both are capable of tyranny. LESS MEANS MORE

But what of the commonly held refrain: tax people and corporations less and business will thrive, creating more jobs and more tax revenue? Trickledown economics has been tried for the past 35 years, culminating in the 2008 economic meltdown caused by deregulation and profit concentration, Himelfarb indicated. He cited a recent bipartisan Congressional Research Service study showing tax cuts didn’t deliver on their promises. Then there are the obvious successes in social welfare nations in northern Europe where standard of living and happiness indicators far surpass the laissez-faire economies of the U.S. and Japan. “The market is not everything. Where’s the evidence that tax cuts deliver anything but suffering and pain,” he said. Suffering and pain is something tax cut advocates often point to, saying the private sector is suffering, therefore the public sector must be reduced. But most mainstream economists agree that, when in recession or near recession. there must be stimulus spending on the public side to bolster the economy; and when the economy rebounds, governments should scale back. That is exactly what the late federal finance minister Jim Flaherty eventually agreed to do. Himelfarb agrees that a large gov-

ernment presence in the economy cushions against booms and busts. Sunshine lists and union bashing among cynics contribute to a culture that denigrates the public sector. Himelfarb said the highest level public servants are paid less than counterparts in the corporate world. But that is a weak response for those who say the highest paid in both sectors are raking in too much. He added that it is untrue that public servants don’t contribute anything. To those who advocate austerity measures in the public sector, they need to explain why it is good for traffic gridlock, escalating post-secondary costs, healthcare wait lines and more to continue. “Let’s at least force our politicians to answer questions,” he said. “They are fond of asking how much a new idea is going to cost, but not what is lost when they cut taxes.” As for those who say they can’t pay any more; those on fix incomes, or among the working class: it’s always better to pool money rather than go it alone, Himelfarb indicated, and lower income citizens tend to get back more than they pay in. To others, some of whom fake hardship to mask greed: “As for the ‘If I have suffered, others should suffer,’ I would just say that’s a race to the bottom that I don’t want to be a part of.” TAX-AND-SPENDERS

Another common refrain is this-orthat candidate is ‘just another tax-and-

spend’ Liberal or New Democrat. It’s one of many catch phrases mouthed by neo-cons on talk radio and in most daily newspapers that often goes unchallenged, as if the right capitalizes off of base emotions while the left is fumbling through the rules of rational debate. Himelfarb, instead, turns it around. “Yes, they are tax-and-spenders. All politicians tax and spend. That’s what they do: tax, spend, and reallocate,” he said. “It’s not a question of those who don’t versus those who do. Even neo-conservatives tax and spend. It’s just a question on what: they tax and spend on military; progressives tax and spend on health care and social justice.” However, a recent example of a tax cut was when in 2006 newly elected Prime Minister Stephen Harper, against the advice of most economists, cut the GST from 14 to 12 per cent. It made for a nice photo opt, critics said, but also cost $14 billion a year in revenue that could have been put back into roads, bridges and other desperately needed infrastructure upgrades. “It wasn’t a surprise that he did it. He said it was going to do it. But that the opposition barely pushed back – that was the surprise. We are not just taxpayers. We are citizens who want to act in the common good.” He called it a question of taxing fairly and spending wisely. That’s the conversation he eventually wants the public to swing back toward. And, as a confessed optimist, he believes it is

happening – particularly at the municipal level, the end point for downloading cutbacks. Progressive mayors are elected in Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary, and Halifax. New Yorkers elected a mayor who promised to increase taxes on the city’s wealthiest citizens. Republicans are doing a rethink on where the Tea Party has led them, which is out of touch with the majority of disenfranchised voters. U.S. President Barak Obama talks a lot about equality; federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau talks about the middle class, but also about inequality; federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair would roll back corporate tax cuts and possibly increase capital gains taxes, though he vowed to freeze individual income taxes. Himelfarb thinks many 2014 municipal elections will be focused on equality issues. “I feel like there is something happening out there.” He said more and more citizens are catching on to the fallacy of the rugged individual fighting the world to satisfy his greed for material gain. Even the English philosopher Thomas Hobbes, a conservative who famously said the whole is worth more than the sum of its parts, would have trouble identifying with today’s neo-conservative, Himelfarb said. “It’s not clear what they are trying to conserve,” he said. “Look, we are more than consumers and taxpayers. We are citizens figuring out what kind of future we want and are trying to build it.”

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News – Although the income tax filing deadline has been extended to May 5, the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) of Canada is encouraging people not to delay filing. “Don’t get caught and be forced to scramble if you plan to use a professional accountant,” warns CPA Canada vice-president Gabe Hayos. He explained that some firms may not be in position to accept tax returns after the original April 30 deadline. They simply won’t have the resources with staff having already made vacation plans, including booking flights, based on the earlier filing deadline, he said, adding that it is not unusual for professional accountants to want to take personal time immediately after tax season. “The best approach to have things

run smoothly is to file your tax return sooner rather than later,” Hayos notes. “It’s just easier for all involved.” He is appreciative of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for its recent actions. “The Canada Revenue Agency moved swiftly to deal with the security threat,” Hayos said. The system was back on line last week after the CRA determined it was no longer compromised by the Heartbleed bug. The CRA said around 900 Canadians’ social insurance numbers were stolen from its system over a six-hour period. The CRA has sent registered letters to those whose SINs were compromised/ Because the system was down for a week, the CRA has extended the tax filing deadline from April 30 to Monday, May 5.

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News- Carp will soon be home to Ottawa’s first aquatic greenhouse. Mayor Jim Watson and Coun. Eli El-Chantiry attended the building’s soil-turning ceremony with owners and investors on April 15. The aquatic oasis facility, called Aquatopia, will hold its grand opening in July. Aquatopia is a large indoor greenhouse designed to offer year-round access to beautiful tropical horticultural displays as well as special events like luncheon’s or weddings. It will feature aquatic botanical gardens complete with streams, koi ponds, landscapes with fountains, walls made entirely of plant life, and a Lotus Natural Mineral Spa. It will also offer a cafĂŠ featuring a cordon bleu chef, retail garden shops, all under a high-glass ceiling greenhouse. “Aquatopia has been a vision of mine for a long time,â€? said creator Nicholas Bott. “To create a truly spectacular space that would allow the community to completely immerse itself in the natural beauty of an aquatic greenhouse.â€? Bott has been planning construction of Aquatopia for three years now with his wife Catherine Neville. Together they own the Pond Clinic in Ottawa which will be moving from

Stafford Road West to Aquatopia upon completion. The design is inspired by the Planterra Conservatory in West Bloomfield, Mich. With help from local entrepreneur and founder of the modern day Ottawa Senators, Bruce Firestone and his son Matthew, Bott was able to secure the land and building permits for the location in Carp just off Highway 417 at exit 155. According to Bott the location is perfect because there is lots of water in the area and it features a rural setting while still being close to the city. This is ideal considering the facility will capture a completely natural feeling setting. “We wanted a space a little bit out of the city but still close enough to be convenient,� said Bott. With its unique features, Bott outlines the purpose of the facility is to, “create a more contemporary European-style garden centre and shopping facility within the region.� According to Melissa Brunet, Aquatopia’s cafe and events manager, the location will host special events like business meetings or luncheons as well as private weddings. These will be catered by their cordon bleu chef, Jimmy LaFreniere, and an award-winning floral team. “It’s going to be so beautiful and magical,� said Brunet. “I would want to have my wedding there.�

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West Carleton community groups get into pitch-in spirit News – Several communities in West Carleton have taken up the city’s call to “clean up the capital.” In partnership with the City of Ottawa, Fitzroy Harbour is hosting a Clean the Harbour day Saturday, May 3. The public is encouraged to take up in the effort to pick up trash and debris left behind after the winter from 10 a.m. to noon. Participants are asked to pick up garbage bags and supplies at the community centre. Students from St. Mike’s Catholic School in Fitzroy are getting in the spirit this Friday, April 25. They will

be cleaning up around the school and in the area between 9:30 and 11:30 a.m., with some help from local councillor Eli El-Chantiry.

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Local orienteering club to practice in Carp for world championship News – Local orienteering enthusiasts are hosting a training weekend in Carp and Kanata this weekend in preparation for hosting the North American Orienteering Championships, The championships will be held in Arnprior and West Carleton Oct. 10 to 13. The event will be headquartered at Robert Simpson Park in Arnprior and include competitions in the Arnprior area and on the Carp Ridge. As co-hosts of the championships with the Town of Arnprior, Orienteering Ottawa is preparing to not only be a good host to what it promises will be a “great event,” it is also determined to do well in the competition. With interest rising in the sport in Canada, Orienteering Ottawa will have to bring its A-game to live up to their slogan of ‘take control’. Confirmation was officially received last week that Barbados will be sending a team to the event, meaning for the first time the North American BK Champions Cup will be a competition between three countries and not just the U.S. and Canada. The sport is spreading. To help raise the game, the International Orienteering Federation is sending over its senior event advisor, David Rosen from the U.K. The event advisor is required because

clean-ups at the school and the Carp Fairgrounds Tuesday as part of Earth Day activities.

NAOC2014 is a world ranking and world championship qualifying event. Normally in North America, Canada and the U.S. simply dig from the small pool of our own. However, the IOF sees orienteering in North America as ripe to become a hotbed of the sport in the coming years and Rosen’s participation is a sign the IOF is taking the sport in Canada seriously. The event advisor normally reviews all maps, locations and courses and ensures that IOF rules are abided by. The biggest part of the development aspect will be the clinics Rosen gives on IOF event advising. This will enable more North Americans to become certified and increase the number of certified events on the continent. Orienteering Ottawa is hosting the ‘take control’ training weekend April 25 to 27 in Carp and Kanata, including the first of the clinics by Rosen. He will also be checking out the terrain and maps for accuracy. Orienteerers from around the region will descend on the area to get more acclimatized in preparation for the North American championship in October. The weekend will feature courses for all age groups and abilities and introductory clinics will be offered.

Corkery Community Centre is holding a clean-up around the community centre this Saturday, April 26 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Several communities in West Carleton, including Fitzroy, have taken up the call to clean up the capital. FILE

Ogilvie Subaru: A New Home for Confidence in Motion prizes from almost every industry analyst and review group. Their model line-up has grown to include gasoline-electric hybrids, segment-defining crossovers, and a rear-wheel drive two-door sports coupe that is winning converts from high-level European products. And when the largest car maker in the world (Toyota) asks Subaru to build some of their cars and collaborate on special projects, well you know they’re doing something very right.

Left to right are: Lisa Mierins of Ogilvie Subaru, Don Durst of Subaru Canada, Ottawa City Councillor Tim Tierney, Mr Shiro Ohta - President and CEO of Subaru Canada, and Tom McCullough of Ogilvie Subaru. On January 10, 1977, Ogilvie Subaru became just the 10th dealership in Canada selling those iconic all-wheel drive compacts with the unusual horizontallyopposed ‘pancake’ engines. On April 9 of this year, the Mierins family celebrated 37 successful years of Subaru sales in Ottawa with a brand new location on Parisien Street (just off St. Laurent and the Queensway). The Subaru family of retailers now numbers almost 90 stores from coast to coast and arguably none more impressive and inviting than Ottawa’s own Ogilvie Subaru. The success stories of both Subaru and the Mierins family over the years have blazed very similar trails. Subaru never wavered from their original philosophy that all-wheel drive was the best and safest way to power a passenger vehicle. When they first starting selling vehicles in Canada only large SUV’s and trucks offered all-wheel drive. Now almost every carmaker has followed Subaru’s lead. But where other manufacturers simply bolt on

another drive-train to an existing platform, Subaru designs every aspect their vehicles around a dedicated full-time revolutionary all-wheel drive system. Arnie Mierins and his family also started their vehicle retailing careers with a focused concept. They believe that buying new and pre-owned vehicles and getting them serviced shouldn’t be a stressful or difficult process. They have carefully selected and trained team members over the years that share this credo and treated them the way they want their clients treated; with respect. The end result is a legion of satisfied customers who refer friends and family on a daily basis and staff who buck the automotive industry trend by remaining with the same store year after year after year. Ogilvie Subaru’s manager Tom McCullough sees his team’s role as a very unique mission. While they are constantly welcoming repeat buyers who are very familiar with the entire Subaru

line-up, a great many customers at Ogilvie’s are first-time Subaru owners. Tom and his team take the time to provide personalized tutorials on the unique aspects of Subaru’s design and adhere to another long-time Mierins tenet; no pressure sales. The new showroom is warm, open and inviting with no closed-door ‘finance box’ offices, but instead has comfortable discussion tables and where Ogilvie Subaru consultants listen and learn about their customers’ needs before making recommendations. Among the dignitaries and guests at the grand opening, was Subaru of Canada President and CEO, Mr. Shiro Ohta. He congratulated Lisa Mierins, Tom, and the Ogilvie staff and offered his company’s commitment to continue to excel and improve in 2014. His company is setting high standards, as usual. Their growth in sales over the last decade is the envy of literally every auto manufacturer around the globe. They have set records for safety awards and received prestigious

The location of the new Ogilvie Subaru couldn’t have been better picked nor planned. Just off the Queensway, it’s accessible from any area of the Ottawa/ Gatineau region. With plenty of parking and a very large state-ofthe-art service and parts centre, customers don’t have to wait for appointments or for quick routine maintenance services. And rather than a segregated waiting area, Subaru service clients are welcome to relax in VIP seating with showroom guests. A wise move on Lisa Mierins’ part, because there’s no better salesperson for Subaru than a current Subaru owner. Many industry watchers over the years have bemoaned the lack of a Canadian car. Those critics have never ridden in or driven a Subaru. If anything was built for Canada, it’s Subaru. With intelligent all-wheel drive that requires no driver input, and league-leading fuel economy and spirited performance, all wrapped up in some very stylish and functional models, it’s no wonder that more and more Canadians every year are trading in their ordinary cars for an extraordinary opportunity to live and drive the adventure that is owning a Subaru. Lisa Mierins and Tom McCullough and the entire Ogilvie Subaru team extend a warm invitation to discover what confidence in motion is all about in a way that respects their customers and their world. R0012658162

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pring. Even the word sounds good. Relief after frostbite season. Unfortunately, spring also brings with it the evidence that some dog walkers aren’t doing their duty after their pet has done theirs. Parks, boulevards, sidewalks and pathways in some places are awash in poop and that’s no fun for anyone. The vast majority of dog owners clean up after their pet – if they didn’t, we’d be knee deep in the stuff by now. So how do we convince the offending few to scoop? Do we need more laws and regulations? Pet owners would no doubt say “No.� And our bylaw officers have better things to do than stake out parks on the off-chance a bad owner will offend in plain view. Do we need better education? The city advises owners to scoop poop and take it home, where they should flush it down the toilet so that our sewage system can treat the dog dirt like it does our own. Why not use a garbage can in the park or the bin at home? Turns out all the poop that ends up in the trash will become part of the city’s landfill, making it even more of a challenge to prevent toxins from seeping

into our waterways. Even if you own a dog and choose to use a garbage can, that’s a darn sight better than failing to scoop at all. Maybe we need to make things easier for all pet owners by providing better poop containers in the, shall we say, hotspots. That would take tax dollars. Some offenders may be children who don’t like the idea of carrying a bag of poop to the garbage or back home. If your son or daughter takes the dog out for a walk, why not insist they bring home what Rover eliminates, just to be sure your family isn’t part of the problem. In the end (no pun intended), if the problem gets worse, society will put in place penalties or regulations that affect all dog owners – the good and the bad. Maybe licence costs will rise to cover clean-up costs. Maybe a bylaw you disagree with will be passed. To avoid those potential pitfalls, pet owners should be at the forefront of making sure all owners scoop after their dogs. Use peer pressure. Use education. Carry an extra bag to clean up after an owner who gives you a bad name. After all, it’s dog owners that have the most to lose.

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n 1974, Pierre Trudeau was re-elected with a minority government, president Richard Nixon imposed a 55 mileper-hour speed limit, Blazing Saddles opened in movie theatres and, in another significant cultural event, four transplanted Brits got together with two Canadians to play traditional jazz. That was the Apex Jazz Band, which on Sunday, April 27, at 2 p.m. celebrates its 40th year at its accustomed hangout, the Royal Oak in Kanata. When you think of the things that don’t last 40 years – which is to say, most things – that’s an amazing accomplishment. Three members of the original band are still playing – leader and clarinetist Roger Cramphorn, trombonist and business manager Rod Digney and bassist Ron Laight, who was only 19 at the time the band formed. The others are drummer Steve Barrette, trumpeter Gordon Tapp and Dave Johnstone on guitar and banjo. Although some people think of traditional jazz (sometimes referred to as Dixieland) as a kind of museum piece, it’s a living thing in the right hands. A contemporary trumpet player from New Orleans, Wynton Marsalis, likes to say that “all jazz is modern.� In other words, because it is improvised on the spot, in

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“It is no longer necessary to scour record shops to find a recording of something,� Rod Digney notes. “If it exists, one is likely to find it with a simple five-minute Google search from the comfort of home. For us, this has facilitated what I like to call ‘email rehearsals.’ One of the guys finds a vintage tune he’d like the band to do and sends the rest of us a link to a YouTube video or audio we can all listen to. Often, the chords are also available on line, otherwise someone writes them out from the recording. We all have a good listen, often playing along and if he needs to, the trumpeter can write himself a chart for the lead line. We’ll have a quick talk-through just before our regular gig starts, then play it in the show, without ever having gotten together for a rehearsal.� The band members acknowledge that the music does appeal to an older crowd. But not exclusively. “Throughout our existence as a band,� says Rod Digney, “we have learned that young people also love the music – they just don’t know that they like it. “Young people (I am thinking collegeaged students) who would not walk across the street to hear the band, generally get very enthusiastic about the music if they happen to

stumble across us playing, say, at an outdoor venue.� Adds Roger Cramphorn, “What I noticed throughout my musical life here was that generally, the older people came along first then followed by the next generation and then the last few years, the grandchildren started to appear! This gave me great joy because we were teaching kids to enjoy live music and we seemed to form a trans-generational bond with them so we were passing on the love of the music.� Can you think of anything better to be doing for 40 years?

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Lifestyle - There have been a lot of stories circulating about abuse in food processing/production facilities lately. CBC released a disturbing story about the mistreatment of chicks in a hatchery and Canada AM aired a segment about inadequate conditions of veal calves in Quebec. It’s important to remember that these cases are few and far between and they are not the norm. I know two separate families that operate animal slaughterhouses and they go to great lengths to ensure the animals are comfortable and at peace until the end, which comes quickly and painlessly. Most of us eat some kind of meat, chicken or fish, right? How do we think it gets to our plates? We just don’t think about it. Well, I’m pretty realistic, I think, and I realize a farm animal has a purpose: to provide food, either as a meat animal or a producer of babies that will be meat animals. I checked the records and Gracie has produced five seasons of lambs. I feel she deserves to live out the rest of her life on the farm as a pet. Call me crazy, but hey – I never professed to be a real farmwife. She has worked her way into my heart – and the hearts of many friends and family. She just looks

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at you with wide eyes and such a trusting, blank face. Gracie is the sheep who accompanied me on the Christmas float in the parade two years ago. She is the sheep who thinks she is a dog, comes when she is called, and stands to be petted. When the truck headed out to market with our last shipment of sheep, Gracie was not on it. We didn’t think Gracie was pregnant this year. She appeared quite thin and sickly through most of the gestation. Her birthing of a single healthy male lamb was difficult; I had to help her to deliver. He was big and hungry. The last eight weeks he has depleted most of her fat stores and she is thin again. Now that all the other sheep and lambs are gone, I’m giving her a cup of sweet feed every day to fatten her up. When she hears the pa-

bond with her. Lots of changes on the farm this year. A new foal and no more sheep. Our focus will be on strong fencing, to keep our growing cattle herd inside. And I know he doesn’t read my column, but I would like to publicly thank the Farmer for giving in to my campaign and allowing me to keep my beloved Gracie the Vacuous. Email: dianafisher1@gmail.com www.theaccidentalfarmwife. blogspot.com

Her birthing of a single healthy male lamb was difficult; I had to help her to deliver. He was big - and hungry. The last eight weeks he has depleted most of her fat stores and she is thin again. If she bleats her joyful comments about the snack, as sheep are wont to do, the donkey will be on to her and she will have to share. So we walk to the barn in silence, her little high-heeled hooves swiftly picking a path over the frozen manure. I slide the barn door open and she clip-clops through the door af-

for a few weeks, until we are sure he is going to respect the new addition. It’s in his instinct to protect the farm from intruders so this is a real concern. We may even have to put him over with the cows for a time. Or maybe he will just learn to appreciate Gracie as his companion, and

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Province should end the inhumane spring bear hunt To the Editor: Wanted Dead or Live. The Ontario Liberal government under pressure from the hunting lobbyists have allowed the spring bear hunt to begin this spring in eight different areas in the province. This action will now allow hunters to hunt black bears. Bears are the only big game animal with dependent young that are hunted in the spring. Natural Resources Minister David Oraziett’s (Liberal party) states the program will ban hunting cubs or female bears with cubs. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources re-

port 2009 found 34 per cent of bears killed in the spring are female and an average of 17 per cent of those are adult with cubs. The orphaned cubs die of dehydration, starvation and predation. Minister Orazietti, according to your own Ministry, banning spring bear hunting for female bears and cubs doesn’t work. In the eight areas where the Liberals have opened the spring hunt, the black bears will be hunted and chased by hunting dogs for a total of five months each year. Given the fact that bears hibernate for the winter, this pro-hunting action the Liberals have done will give little peace for the

bears. Baiting and killing hungry bears in the spring is like shooting fish in a barrel. Killing these animals is not a solution as other bears will move into the vacant areas resulting in the continued killing of bears and the orphaning of their cubs. The Minister should reinstate completely the excellent bear wise program in these areas and also the rest of the province. If the Minister is determined to continue this barbaric ‘hunt’, he should allocate significant funds to those who are licenced rehabilitators so they can care for the injured and orphaned cubs.

Have Your Best Garden Ever in 2014 It’s no secret that a great garden starts with great soil. Soil is a source of nutrients, air and water essenal to the establishment of healthy root systems in plants; but its supply is not inďŹ nite. A neglected soil is far less likely to yield the results you are looking for in your perfect garden. Over me your soil can become nutrient deďŹ cient, compacted or thin which can make it diďŹƒcult to grow and lead to poor plant health. A great soil is rich in nutrients, pH balanced and has excellent lth, allowing for easy air and water ow. Furthermore, a great soil should also be built up enough to allow your plants’ roots plenty of room to grow deep and thus access more water and nutrients. How can you take a red, dull soil and turn it into a great soil? This can be accomplished using a number of techniques. One of the easiest ways to improve such a soil is by using an amendment or enhancer that is made up in large part of organic maer. Soil amendments are designed to be mixed in with exisng soils to bolster areas in need of improvement.

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If the Liberals don’t stop the hunt, then we should vote them out. If you oppose the spring bear hunt please contact your MPP, Premier Kathleen Wynne at Kathleen.Wynne@Ontario.ca, 416-3251941, Premier Kathleen Wynne, Legislative Building Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario M7A 1A1; or Minister David Orazietti at 416-314-2301, Minister.MNR@Ontario.ca, Minister David Orazietti, 99 Wellesley St., West Room, 6630 Whitney Block, Toronto, Ontario M7A 1W3. Rick Foley Essa Township

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Voices of the living dead now fill the night Lifestyle - Nature never fails to amaze. Every time there is a challenge to solve, she comes up with not one but myriad solutions. For example, sub-zero temperatures cause problems for all living things. Water inside animal bodies turns to ice and

The loud, shrill peeps being heard at night are uttered by remarkably tiny Spring Peepers.

cells burst, destroying tissues and causing death. To prevent this, some animals put on layers of fat and extra hair or feathers for insulation. Others lower their heart rate and body temperature, entering a deep sleep called hibernation. This takes place in sites that remain above the freezing point. Many more animals migrate south where temperatures remain balmy all winter. Other animals, especially insects, remain here exposed to freezing temperatures. They survive in two ways. One is by pumping antifreeze into their liquids to keep them fluid regardless of how far the mercury drops. This is called “supercooling.” Most insects that spend the winter above ground supercool. The other way is to keep cell contents from freezing but to allow ice to form between the cells in a controlled manner. This behaviour is called “freeze tolerance.” After a very long winter, amphibians are finally beginning to stir. Recently the rocking chair creaks of Chorus Frogs, the duck-like quacks of Wood Frogs and the shrill

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Michael Runtz Nature’s Way peeps of Spring Peepers have been heard. These frogs, along with the soon-to-be heard Gray Tree Frogs, are unusual in the amphibian world because they don’t spend winter dormant in the bottom of lakes and large ponds (as do Bullfrogs and Leopard Frogs) but are held in the grasp of the frozen ground. In the autumn those frogs bury themselves under the soil and freeze as the earth around them freezes. These frogs are freeze-tolerant! During the winter, freezetolerant frogs lie lifeless and frozen in the ground. More than half of their body is fro-

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Spotted Salamanders often lay their eggs in ephemeral ponds created by melting snow. zen with only their most vital of organs are protected from freezing. When warmer temperatures reach their bodies, the little frogs slowly thaw. Almost immediately after coming back to life, they seek out the first ice-less ponds from where the males fill the night air with their strident calls. Being freeze-tolerant offers two big advantages over other frogs. They do not have to perform dangerous migrations in the fall to reach fa-

vourable overwintering sites. And most importantly they awaken early in the spring while larger bodies of water remain icebound. These frogs prefer to mate and lay their eggs in small woodland pools known as ephemeral ponds. Ephemeral or spring ponds are often created by melting snow and are important sites for freeze-tolerant frogs as well as salamanders. The pools lack fish and thus are safe sites in which to lay eggs

and have tadpoles develop. The downside is that the ponds dry up quickly, so the users must have very short development stages. After all the snow we have had this winter, plus the current flurry of showers, there should be plenty of ephemeral ponds this year. This could well result in an even louder chorus of the Lazarus frogs next spring! The Nature Number is 613387-2503; email is mruntz@ start.ca.


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Ready for take-off A couple of Snowy Owls visit the Arnprior Airport for a ‘cooling off ’ on one of the few snow piles left in the area. They were photographed on the tarmac in front of the terminal.

News - The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) says it is “shocked” by the decision of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) to “drastically reduce” moose hunting opportunities for licensed hunters. In a news release, the OFAH says the changes will result in fewer moose tags being granted in some areas and no guaranteed group size this year. For example, there will be an 87 per cent reduction in adult moose tags available this year compared to 2013 in Thunder Bay and 93 per cent in the Kirkland Lake area. The OFAH admits it is con-

cerned about declining moose populations throughout northern Ontario, but says hunters are growing increasingly frustrated with the ministry’s lack of progress on its review of moose management in Ontario. The OFAH is calling on the MNR to look at the full suite of factors acting on moose populations, including reproductive rates, predation, poaching, disease, habitat quality (in the wake of fire suppression efforts and declining forestry activity), overlap with deer populations, and harvest by Aboriginal hunters. The OFAH recommends

the MNR increase moose aerial inventories and assess the impact of the above factors. “We don’t believe the MNR exhausted all its management options prior to hitting moose hunters so hard,” said OFAH senior wildlife biologist Mark Ryckman. “Fewer moose hunting opportunities means fewer moose licences are sold and less money is contributed to the province’s Special Purpose Account (SPA),”, added Ryckman. The SPA is dedicated to the management of fish and wildlife resources and cannot afford any further declines, he said.

Don’t attract bears when they come out of hibernation News – The OPP and Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) have issued a news release reminding people to take simple precautions this spring to prevent attracting black bears as they come out of hibernation. The potential for human-bear conflicts increases when there is little natural food available for bears. If this happens, black bears will search for other food sources, such as garbage and bird feed, which can draw bears to popu-

lated areas. The MNR suggests following these simple instructions to minimize the chances of attracting bears: • store garbage in waste containers with tight-fitting lids; • put out garbage only on the morning of pick-up; • put away bird feeders, as seed, suet and nectar attract bears;

• pick fruits and berries as they ripen - don't let them rot on the ground; • clean outdoor barbecue grills after each use, including the grease trap underneath. Bears will be drawn by smells from great distances, including grease and food residue on grills. Bears that enter a populated area aren’t necessarily a threat to public safety, but they can be. The MNR and OPP have agreed on the roles and responsibilities for both organizations. If a

bear is posing an immediate threat to public safety by exhibiting threatening or aggressive behaviour, call 9-1-1 or your local police. At the request of police, during daylight hours the MNR will respond to emergency situations to assist. For non-emergencies, the MNR operates the toll-free, 24/7 Bear Reporting Line (1-866514-2327) and the Bear Wise website to provide the public with information and advice on how to react to bears.

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Naturalists encourage students to apply for nature bursary Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists to graduating secondary school students who will be undertaking post-secondary studies in an aspect of nature or an environmental field. Application forms are available from student services departments in area schools, or can be downloaded from the MVFN website at www.mvfn.ca. The deadline for applications is Friday, May 30. Two $600 awards will be given this year.

The Nature Bursary Award was established in 2007 by MVFN members, along with friends and family members of Bennett, on the occasion of his 75th birthday. Bennett is one of the MVFN’s founding members and has a personal interest in fostering a love of nature in young people. “Our goal is to help two well-deserving students pursue the goal of higher education in a nature-related discipline,” says Bennett. “We had one student pursue a degree in ma-

rine biology at Dalhousie University, and another went into zoology at UBC. Some recipients follow their passion in environmental stewardship by entering the Fish and Wildlife Technology program at Sir Sanford Fleming, or studying biotechnology at St. Lawrence College. Students can contact Mike Keffer of the Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary Committee at 613-256-8686, or email naturebursary@gmail. com.

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Naturalists encourage students to apply for nature bursary News - Are you a high school student with an appreciation for the natural world? Do you have an interest in pursuing a career in environmental stewardship or conservation? Do you live within the Mississippi River watershed (Lanark Highlands, Perth, Mississippi Mills, West Carleton/March Ward, Carleton Place or Beckwith)? You could qualify for the 2014 Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary. It is awarded each year by the

Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists to graduating secondary school students who will be undertaking post-secondary studies in an aspect of nature or an environmental field. Application forms are available from student services departments in area schools, or can be downloaded from the MVFN website at www.mvfn.ca. The deadline for applications is Friday, May 30. Two $600 awards will be given this year.

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The Nature Bursary Award was established in 2007 by MVFN members, along with friends and family members of Bennett, on the occasion of his 75th birthday. Bennett is one of the MVFN’s founding members and has a personal interest in fostering a love of nature in young people. “Our goal is to help two well-deserving students pursue the goal of higher education in a nature-related discipline,” says Bennett. “We had one student pursue a degree in ma-

rine biology at Dalhousie University, and another went into zoology at UBC. Some recipients follow their passion in environmental stewardship by entering the Fish and Wildlife Technology program at Sir Sanford Fleming, or studying biotechnology at St. Lawrence College. Students can contact Mike Keffer of the Cliff Bennett Nature Bursary Committee at 613-256-8686, or email naturebursary@gmail. com.


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Drug prevention workshop offers tips on talking with youth Discussion to be hosted by WOCRC, police on May 8 Jessica Cunha jessica.cunha@metroland.com

News - The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre is hosting a free workshop for parents focusing on alcohol and drug abuse prevention on Thursday, May 8. The presentation is aimed at parents, teachers, leaders, coaches, and

other adults who work with and around children, explained Jessie Cornford, child and youth worker with the resource centre. “We feel there’s an absolute need in the community for parents to have access to current information, reliable information, and tips, tools, techniques to use with their own kids and ways to start these discussions,” she said. “Not just (with) their own kids, but any youth they might be in contact with.” The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre offers a host of programs and services for the West Carleton, Kanata and Stittsville areas. “It’s not just about substance

Province tightens immunization rules for next school year News – In the wake of measles outbreaks in Ottawa and other areas this year, the province is tightening up immunization rules for students. The provincial government has updated the immunization requirements for the 2014-15 school year to include new mandatory immunizations and dose requirements that align with changes to Ontario’s publicly-funded Immunization Program. The stricter rules are likely to meet with opposition from a minority of parents who oppose immunization for health or religious reasons. There are exceptions granted to those who are susceptible to health problems from vaccinations or if their religion opposes immunization. The measles outbreak has prompted a major debate on whether vaccinations should be made mandatory to protect youth from what can be a dangerous disease. The new rules mandate that all students attending primary or secondary school this fall will need to have proof of immunization against three more diseases: meningococcal disease, whooping cough and - for children born in 2010 or later - chickenpox. This is in addition to updated dose requirements for tetanus, diphtheria, polio and mumps immunizations. Requirements for measles and rubella immunizations have not changed. Parents should take the following steps to ensure that their children meet the new immunization requirements: 1) Double-check with their doctor, nurse practitioner or local public health unit to make sure their children’s immunization records are up to date. 2) Make sure that their child’s updated immunization record has been reported to their local public health unit. Once the school year begins, parents will be contacted by the local public health unit if catch-up immunizations are required. Following Ontario’s Immunization Schedule and maintaining immunization records are important steps to prevent the spread of these diseases. The diseases can spread easily in schools and can lead to serious health consequences especially in children, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems. Health officials say that thanks to vaccines, infectious diseases that were the leading cause of death worldwide 100 years ago are now the cause of less than five per cent of all deaths in Canada. Vaccines for meningococcal disease, whooping cough and chickenpox are publicly funded and part of Ontario’s routine immunization schedule. The Ontario government currently publicly funds 21 different (routine and non-routine) vaccines through its provincial immunization program that protect against 16 diseases. Parents of children who require an immunization exemption should speak to the local public health unit. Children exempt from immunization are at increased risk and may be removed from school during a disease outbreak.

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She added that fentanyl, a strong prescription opioid used to treat chronic pain that comes in the form

of patches worn on the skin, continues to be a trend among youth. “We see it everywhere. That brand name painkiller drug caused the overdose, took the life of a young person,” said Cornford. “It’s happening in all communities. It’s everywhere. Kids everywhere are experimenting. They’re getting in trouble, becoming addicted. “The trend is actually younger and younger kids are having access to this stuff.” The workshop is targeted at those with students in grades 6, 7 and 8 to help prevent future drug use. “The aim is mostly prevention. This isn’t an intervention based strat-

egy discussion, but it’s never too late to start having this discussion with your kids,” said Cornford. Attendees will receive materials at the discussion to help initiate talks with youth and there will be a chance to ask questions. The free substance abuse prevention workshop is being hosted in partnership with the Ottawa police and takes place on May 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the resource centre at 2 MacNeil Crt. in Kanata. Registration is encouraged as space is limited. For more information, email Cornford at cornford@ wocrc.ca or call her at 613-591-3686, ext. 277.

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News - New gates will be added at four suburban rail crossings, but no other changes are needed to OC Transpo’s policies for traversing train tracks, according to a report. OC Transpo bus operators are not required to stop at rail crossings unless the signals are flashing to indicate a train is approaching, and engineers from consultant MMM Group have told the city it’s safest to keep that policy. The review was ordered by OC Transpo after a collision between an OC Transpo bus and a Via train on the morning of Sept. 18, 2013, that killed six people, including the bus driver. Based on 30-year-old research from the United States and a review of literature and policies of other municipalities, the report from MMM Group tells the city it could actually expect a 17.4 per cent increase in collisions where trains hit OC Transpo buses if the city required buses to stop at all rail crossings. “Intuitively, many people think that requiring buses to stop at inactive crossings equipped with active protection would offer some safety advantage,” said Geoffrey Millen of MMM Group. “The reality, however, is that there does not appear to be any quantitative evidence indicating that stopping transit buses at these crossings improves road safety performance. Quite to the contrary – the literature indicates that stopping these buses at appropriately equipped crossings will likely result in more collisions overall.” Requiring buses to stop at rail crossings could also increase vehicle-vehicle collisions, Millen said, especially rear-end crashes. Vehicle-vehicle collisions are already five times more likely near rail crossings, Millen said. Millen’s review found that municipalities across Canada are split on whether to always require buses to stop at protected crossings. Among major cities, Toronto and Montreal

require buses to stop. It’s also part of Quebec’s provincial traffic laws. The report was set to be considered at the April transit commission meeting and includes a recommendation that OC Transpo buses only use fully signalled rail crossings. As a result, OC Transpo will spend between $200,000 and $400,000 to add gates to four crossings that currently have only lights, but no gates: Herzberg and March roads in Kanata, and Lester and McCarthy roads in the city’s south end. RE-ROUTE CARP BUS?

In Carp, the city is looking at potentially re-routing the onceweekly shopping bus, Route 203, to avoid the two unsignalized rail crossings on Carp and Donald B. Munro roads. Currently, OC Transpo policy requires drivers to stop at those crossings and open the bus door to listen for oncoming trains. Millen’s main recommendation rests on research undertaken by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration in 1985. Millen said the 30-year-old document is the only real research on the topic related to public-transit buses and the study would be hard to replicate in Canada because there may not be enough data, not to mention the study would be huge and require a great deal of resources. Although making buses stop would increase the risk of trains colliding with buses, it would reduce collisions in which buses hit trains by 3.3 per cent. Stopping buses would also address risks associated with total rail crossing signal failures. The incidence of total signal failures in Ottawa wasn’t studied, Millen said. Deputy city manager Steve Kanellakos said he’s not aware of any total signal failures in Ottawa, at least since the Sept. 18 collision. Via Rail did not respond to a request for information about signal failures or how they are tracked. Barrhaven Coun. Jan Harder

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In May 2012, the federal government approved $16 million in signal upgrades for the rail crossings in Barrhaven as part of a plan to increase train speeds and ensure safety at those crossings, according to a letter from local MP Pierre Polievre. “Since that time, we’ve had a rash of problems,” Harder said. “Don’t think that for a minute when ... anybody says that a crossing is down in Barrhaven again that that’s it. It’s a growing list.” At one time the city did have a policy to stop OC Transpo buses at rail crossings. That procedure came into effect in 1988 following a lobbying effort by the school board, which argued it was an issue of safety due to perception of consistency with school bus procedures, said Pat Scrimgeour, OC Transpo’s manager of transit service planning. That policy was rescinded in 1992 after discussions with Transport Canada related to retiming of the signal activity to make the signals more consistent.

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CITY OF OTTAWA NOTICE OF AN NT OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT

Rail warning light to be added to Transitway Laura Mueller laura.mueller@metroland.com

News - The city hopes a new flashing light reminding OC Transpo drivers of rail tracks ahead will make the Transitway safer. There is already a sign warning people of the rail crossing ahead at the site of a fatal collision that killed six people when an OC Transpo bus and Via train collided on Sept. 18. OC Transpo general manager John Manconi said the warning light isn’t being recommended due to reports of rail signal malfunctions, but it could help transit users and operators feel safer. “They said that adding the flashing light aids in improving the situation,” he said. “So yes, everything we can do to improve things in any location is a worthwhile investment.” The new sign will be placed 210 metres before the rail crossing as bus drivers are headed northbound. There is a curve in that spot, so extra emphasis is warranted, said Christopher Philip, an engineer with a consultant group the city hired called CIMA. While Philip studied different options, including trying to connect the warning light with the rail signal so that it would go off in advance of or at the same time a train approached, he concluded the best option was to have the amber light flash continuously. The situation is different in the southbound direction, Philip said. No light is needed there. “There are no factors that create a dilemma zone (in the southbound directions),” Philips said. “The two (directions) do not have to be the same.” At the same time, Via issued

a statement advising residents they will see increased activity around rail crossings in Barrhaven as more testing and repairs take place to get to the bottom of recent high-profile signal malfunctions. Signals at the Transitway, Fallowfield Road, Woodroffe Avenue, Greenbank Road, Jockvale Road and Strandherd Road will be affected, Via said on April 16. That move followed pressure from Mayor Jim Watson and federal politicians, including Ottawa West-Nepean MP John Baird. On April 10 Via announced trains would operate at a reduced speed through those six crossings and staff would be stationed at the rail crossings to “provide supplementary support” and ensure drivers stop at the crossings. Via and the city are also looking at whether installing cameras at rail crossings would help minimize the response time if technicians are needed. The Ottawa police have ruled out mischief or tampering as the cause of crossing malfunctions. Via had requested an investigation on April 10. SPEED

Philips also reviewed the traffic speed limit in that section of the Transitway at Fallowfield Road and concluded the city’s speed limit of 50 km/h is acceptable, even though a 60 km/h speed limit would comply with the city’s policies. Still, Philips said he could find no compelling reason to change the speed at this time, especially since the Transitway has fewer vehicles and therefore fewer opportunities

Notice is hereby provided that an Official Plan amendment is being considered by the Planning and Growth Management Department at the City of Ottawa. LANDS SUBJECT TO THE PROPOSAL

for conflicts or collisions. The city lowered the speed limit to 60 km/h in the fall. At the same time, trees and shrubs were removed from the area to improve visibility at the level crossing. The transit commission also received a report reinforcing OC Transpo’s policy of not requiring bus operators to stop at rail crossings that are not activated. The recommendation was based on a review of a 30-yearold study presented to transit commissioners at a briefing on April 9. The report from consultant MMM Group told the city it could actually expect a 17.4 per cent increase in collisions where trains hit OC Transpo buses if the city required buses to stop at all rail crossings. Factors include buses moving slower as they gear up from a stop, as well as the increased probability of stalling on the tracks. The report also recommends that OC Transpo buses only use fully signalled rail crossings. As a result, the city will spend between $200,000 and $400,000 to add gates to four crossings that are currently signalled only with lights: Herzberg and March roads in Kanata and Lester and McCarthy roads in the city’s south end. In Carp, the city is looking at potentially re-routing the once-weekly shopping bus, Route 203, to avoid the two unsignalized rail crossings on Carp and Donald B. Munro roads. Currently, OC Transpo policy requires drivers to stop at those crossings and open the bus door to listen for oncoming trains. OC Transpo buses regularly traverse 20 of the 75 rail crossings in the city.

Welcome Dr. Amanda Spielman

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The Doctors of the Kanata Optometry Centre are pleased to introduce and welcome Dr. Amanda Spielman to their practice. Dr. Spielman has been successfully practising in Ottawa since 2005 and is now accepting new patients. She provides full scope optometric care for patients of all ages, which complements the services presently in place.

Dr. Amanda Spielman, B.Sc., O.D.

The Official Plan amendment affects properties generally in the area south of Highway 417, north of Dows Lake, west of Rochester Street, and east of Bayswater AvenueBreezehill Avenue-Loretta Avenue, as shown in the figure below.

PURPOSE AND EFFECT OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT The purpose of this amendment is to: a. amend Schedule B – Urban Policy Plan of the Official Plan Volume 1 to modify the boundary of Mixed -use Centre and limit the extent of the Traditional and Arterial Mainstreets in the Preston-Carling District; b. to repeal a portion of the existing Preston-Champagne Secondary Plan in the Official Plan Volume 2A; and c. to introduce the Preston-Carling District Secondary Plan to the Official Plan Volume 2A. FURTHER INFORMATION To view the application or any information or materials related to this amendment, please contact the undersigned planner. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS The City of Ottawa would like to receive any comments concerning this proposal. Please forward comments to the undersigned planner via mail, telephone, facsimile or e-mail by May 23, 2014. Comments received will be considered in the evaluation of the amendments. If you wish to be notified of the adoption of the proposed Official Plan amendment, or of the refusal to amend the official plan, you must make a written request to the City of Ottawa to the undersigned planner. If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting (meeting date, time and location to be determined) or make written submissions to the City of Ottawa before the proposed official plan amendment is adopted, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision of the Council of the City of Ottawa to the Ontario Municipal Board. If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting (meeting date, time and location to be determined) or make written submissions to the City of Ottawa before the proposed official plan amendment is adopted, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Ontario Municipal Board unless, in the opinion of the Board, there are reasonable grounds to do so. Dated at the City of Ottawa this 23 day of April 2014. Randolph Wang, Planner Planning and Growth Management Department City of Ottawa 110 Laurier Avenue West Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1J1 Tel: 613-580-2424, ext. 27969 Facsimile: 613-560-6006 randolph.wang@ottawa.ca R0012624212-0403

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Weekend walking events promote urban landscapes

2014 Omnibus Zoning By-law Amendment

Public Information Session Tuesday, May 6, 2014 Ottawa City Hall Councillors’ Lounge, 2nd oor 110 Laurier Avenue West 5 to 8:30 p.m.

Michelle Nash michelle.nash@metroland.com

Community - It’s time to put on your walking shoes. Jane’s Walk Ottawa, an annual event that encourages city residents to explore their neighbourhoods, will take place on May 3 and 4 and participants will have a choice of a number of venues throughout the city. The walks offer the opportunity to: * Find out where Centretown’s foodie hangouts are * Discover Ottawa’s urban sand dune * Talk about everything parks related in Vanier * Celebrate Montfort Hospital’s 60th anniversary, an event which will offer facts about the area and grounds as well as the history of the hospital during the tour. Organizers expect there to be more than 50 walks over the weekend with walks on a range of topics. Janes Walk takes place in more than 100 cities all over the world and is named after writer and urban activist Jane Jacobs. The walks typically are held during the first weekend of May to coincide with Jacobs’s birthday. In 2013, more than 2,000 local people participated in the event. The walks are given once during the weekend, take about an hour, and cover around one to two kilometres. The walks are free, led by volunteers and can focus on just about anything. The Vanier Beautification Committee is orga-

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NDP candidate schedules meet-and-greet News - Just days after the Ontario May 1 budget that may trigger an Ontario election, the Carleton Mississippi Mills provincial NDP have scheduled an Almonte ‘meet and greet’ in Almonte for their candidate John Hansen, a Kanata high tech businessman. Supporters are welcome to attend the session at the Barley Mow, Tuesday, May 6. It will run from 6 to 8 p.m. Hansen, who was nominated Feb. 22, has been running hard with morning campaigning at the Eagleson Park and Ride, neighbourhood canvassing and attending Tech Tuesday and other community events. “Everywhere I go I am hearing many want to throw out the WynneMcGuinty Liberals with all their scandals but are not warming up to the right wing Tim Hudak

Conservatives with his local hardliners Jack MacLaren and Randy Hillier,” Hansen said in a news release. “I am running for change with leadership that can deliver in Andrea Horwath. There is a reason she is the most popular leader in Ontario.” Hansen moved to Kanata more than 35 years ago. He is a graduate of the electrical engineering program at the University of Waterloo and subsequently worked for many years in Kanata’s high tech industry. Hansen brings his passion, social democrat and hardworking character to his campaign for public office. He strongly believes that by working together, by being fiscally conservative, sup-

porting affordable child care and building a strong knowledge economy, the province can build healthy communities. He stresses that the three pillars of sustainability – economic, environmental, and social – form a powerful tool for ensuring the well-being of the community he hopes to represent. “We face a lot of different challenges,” he says, “but taking a progressive, knowledge-based approach will provide the best outcomes for all.” For more information on the campaign, attending the meet-and-greet or to talk to Hansen, contact Susan Jones by email snnjones05@gmail.com, or by calling the riding’s NDP campaign headquarters at 613-800-0687.

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News from the Pakenham Library Lifestyle - Where do people find their inspiration? Some extremely talented authorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; works have hit the shelves this week and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll want to be quick to grab one. Read a great book, tell some-

one else, and inspire him or her to do the same. A few of the many new highlights at the Pakenham library this week include: The Runaway Woman by Josephine Cox â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Lucy Lovejoy

finds herself alone buried in betrayal â&#x20AC;&#x201C; fiction; Medicine Walk by Richard Waganese â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A father calls his son home and recounts his life â&#x20AC;&#x201C; fiction; Frog Music by Emma Dono-

ghue â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Three former stars of a Parisian circus; inspired by true events â&#x20AC;&#x201C; fiction; The King by J.R. Ward â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood â&#x20AC;&#x201C; fiction. The Pakenham Branch Li-

brary hours are Tuesdays to Fridays 2 to 9 p.m. and Saturdays 1 to 5 p.m. Visit the libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at mississippimills.ca/en/live/ library.asp or call 613-6245306.

   

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Carp Agricultural Society’s Ladies night with the band Ambush. Happy hour at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Cover charge of $50 includes entry into draw for a diamond. Call 613-839-2172 to reserve tickets. A portion of proceed will be donated to the Eastern Ontario Make A Wish Foundation.

April 26

Huntley Centennial Grade 8 Grad Bottle Drive. Drop off empties at Huntley Centennial Public School on Langstaff Drive from 9 a.m. to noon. If you can’t make it to the school, we can come to you. For pick-up, email grade8gradbottledrive@gmail.

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com. All proceeds to graduation ceremony and dance. The Diefenbunker’s first ever artist-in-residence presents a series of site specific, mixed media artworks throughout the Bunker. Join us for an artist-led tour followed by the exhibition launch. Light refreshments will be served. Artist-led tour 2-3 p.m., exhibit launch 3-4 p.m. The exhibition continues to Aug. 31. For more information, call 613-839-0007 or www. diefenbunker.ca. The Spring Fling 2014 charity concert featuring the Mick Armitage Band is set for 8 p.m. at Irish Hills Golf Club, 3248 Carp Rd. Special guests include Gail Gavan, Louis Schryer, and Kaitlyn Schryer. Tickets cost $25. For more, see mickarmitageband.com or call 613-226-9178.

April 27

Join us for a complimentary healthy dinner and help support the local food bank. A donation of non-perishable food, money (or assistance with clean-up would be ap-

preciated) with 100 per cent of proceeds going to the West Carleton Emergency Food Aid. Our Carp Dinner/Talk will be held at the Carp Memorial Hall (434 Donald B. Munro Dr., Carp) from 4:30-6 p.m. RSVP required by calling 613-839-2224 or emailing us at carpdinnerRSVP@ gmail.com by April 25. Topic: The Basics of Spring Cleansing Goals – presenter: Katherine Willow.

April 29

Carp Community 4-H Club invites you to the sign-up meeting on Tuesday at the Carp Agricultural Hall, 7 p.m. There will be information about the clubs and fun activities. Hope to see you there.

May 2

The 27th Annual Carleton Masonic Lodge Arctic Char Dinner and Dance is taking place on Friday at the Carp Agricultural Hall, 3704 Carp Rd. The event starts at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7, followed by dancing at 9. There will be DJ and cash bar. Tickets are $35 each and must be purchased

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May 3

The 18th annual Diefenbooker Classic. Events for all ages and you can run, walk or cycle. This event supports the West Carleton branches of the Ottawa Public Library. For more details on routes, registration information and pledge forms, go to the diefenbookerclassic.ncf.ca.

May 7

Spring Fashion Show fundraiser with clothes by Judy Joannou and accessories at St. Paul’s United Church, 3760 Carp Rd. on Wednesday. Opens at 6 p.m. followed by desserts. $15 advance tickets from Ann at 613-839-3064.

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May 30

AAA prime rib is served with a side of MURDER. It’s a dinner to die for and everyone is in the cast. This Sandhills event blends fiction and reality, murder and comedy, and brings out the natural talents of Coun. Eli El-Chantiry and Mayor Jim Watson. For more contact Len Russell at 613-832-4694 or murder@ cbbca.ca.

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The annual Huntley Centennial Public School Arts Festival during Education Week. Please plan to attend Friday evening, from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Carp Agricultural Society Hall. We will celebrate our students’ accomplishments in the arts with the wider community.

Corkery Community Association Clean up the Capital Day 9 a.m. to noon around the community centre and nearby roads. Form a team and start at the community center with coffee and muffins at 9 a.m. and return around noon for a barbecue. Kits available of rubber gloves, large garbage bags and some leaf and trash bags. Participants are asked to register with Andrew McIsaac cleanupdayincorkery@corkerycommunity.ca.

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The West Carleton Food Aid - otherwise known as the West Carleton Food Bank - will host its AGM at 7 p.m. in Carp at the St. James Anglican Church across from Alice’s. All welcome. Please consider attending.

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Rural Root Theatre presents Things My Mother Taught Me 7:30 p.m. at the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre, 262 Len Purcell Dr., Constance Bay Ticket prices are $15 for Friday and Saturday night performances, and $12 for all other performances.

May 4

After a successful 2013 event we are happy to present the second annual Every Day is Mothers’ Day Lunch. Gather all your BFFs and join us for a luxurious lunch for ladies. Homemade Soup, appetizers, sandwiches, deserts, coffee and tea. Silent and penny auction. For more info and to reserve your table, go to www.cbbca.ca

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in advance as there will be no ticket sales at the door. For more information, call Peter Pregel at 613-223-1239.

Absolute Comedy returns for the 14th edition of the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Comedy Night. Comedians

Come join our small, social group of wanna-be green thumbs - The Corkery Gardening Club at 7:30 p.m. We’ll be discussing the woes of a long winter, and possible garden tours, workshops and destinations that would interest our members. Please contact for location of meeting and further information: Carole Anne at 613 839-1081 or Marcia at 613 831-9345.

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St. Mary’s Anglican Church presents Italian Night 5 to 7:30 p.m. Join us for good food and conversation. Adults $10, children (12 and under) $5 and family $20. Vegetarian and gluten-free options. 2574 Sixth Line Rd.

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JET - Junior Entrepreneurs in Training - from Stonecrest Elementary School invites you to their Best Yard Sale Ever! The event runs from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre. Local businesses and anyone with something to sell can purchase a display table for $25 or half a table for $15; with monies raised going to support the Arnprior Humane

Society. JET will also be providing a canteen, raffle, and a kids’ area. For more details and to book a table, contact JET at: stephanie.fulcher@ ocdsb.ca.

May 3

The St. Michael’s four-hand euchre tournament series at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre, 100 Clifford Campbell Dr. Doors open at noon, play starts at 1 p.m., two-person team, eight games in all, team scored tallied, $20 per person. Light lunch. For more call 613-623-9780. Cleaning the Capital Weekend 10 a.m. to noon; meet up at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre where pitch-in bags and supplies will be available.

May 10

The Fitzroy Harbour Community Association ‘Spring Fling’ fundraiser dance. Doors open at 8:30 p.m, featuring Holy Fooley Wah & Company. Tickets $10 at the door. Money raised going to new curtains and panelling in the hall. Midnight snack served – barbecued hotdogs and hamburgers.

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Levels Jam Space and Recordings Studio will hold an open house Saturday, from 2 to 8 p.m. at 3765 Loggers Way, Kinburn, in the former Fitzroy Centennial elementary school. Bring friends and musical instruments, or simply check out the new space and equipment in the one-time music class.

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Stonecrest Elementary School presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr. The curtain rises at 7 p.m. Tickets go on sale. Students $5, Adults $8. Please contact craig.gibson@ ocdsb.ca.

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South March Highlands and Carp Hills Geoheritage Event – One Billion Years in One Day. Presentation: 1 p.m. , 359 Terry Fox Dr., Suite 210. Field Trip: 3:15 p.m. South March Highlands Trailhead (Old Second Line Rd. near Klondike). Cost: free. For more information, go to www.ottawagatineaugeoheritage.ca. To register go to: www.eventbrite.com (search for the event name).


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News – With friends like each other, who needs enemies to drag you through the mud on a stage in front of hundreds of Carp Fair supporters? Eli El-Chantiry and Vern White traded jabs (and a few superman punches) that had the crowd in stitches following supper during the annual men’s night fundraiser. Coun. El-Chantiry of West Carleton-March ward struck first while introducing the night’s guest speaker. Still smarting from White’s appointment to the nation’s upper chamber, the head of the police board took it as a personal affront that White would leave his post as Ottawa police chief. “He ditched me, the son of a b!$ch,” El-Chantiry said, to boisterous applause. He congratulated White for arresting crooks and seeing his responsibilities all the way through to joining their ranks in the senate. El-Chantiry also lamented Ottawa’s NHL team not making the playoffs this year, then brought it back around to White again. “We lost the good senators, they didn’t make the playoffs this year. Now we’re stuck with these guys,” he said. “Now he’s going to come up here and speak to you from the heart and he’s going to be very easy on me.” The first part was true.

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Ladies’ night this Friday, April 25 Community - Carp Fair co-president Laurie Hill hosts Carp Ladies’ Night this Friday, April 25. The event features cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. and entertainment provided by

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a nice event,â&#x20AC;? said Camille Boivin, a volunteer with and member of the Carp church. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have seven models, which, one is myself. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lot of fun. Rev. Karen Boivin (no relation) will be one of the models. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People can expect delicious homemade desserts and also be able to see some local fashion. Also, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about sisterhood. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a nice time to commune really.â&#x20AC;? Funds raised from the event will go towards helping St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pay its operating costs. The church has been operating at a deficit for the past year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Like many churches in our communities, St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Church in Carp requires fundraising to meet skyrocketing operational costs for hydro, heat, and repairs if it is to continue its ministry and outreach programs, including making space available for non-profit groups for children and adults,â&#x20AC;? said Camille.

Cathy Marley, of Angies Models and Talent, shows off designs by local couturier Judy Joannou. Her clothing will be featured at a fundraising fashion show at St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Church on May 7. CHARLES EBBS PHOTOGRAPHY

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Challenged with a budgetary deficit this year, fundraising has become even more important to sustain

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Joannouâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s designs are geared towards women ages 40-plus, with lots of bright colours â&#x20AC;&#x201C; as well as the classic black and white look, clean lines and inspired pieces that are ontrend. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Watercolour prints and splatter prints, art inspired prints are very big this season, as are tribal prints,â&#x20AC;? said Joannou. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I get accessories to go with everything as well. When the models come out in my outfits â&#x20AC;Ś itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a whole ensemble.â&#x20AC;? She said sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll show a variety of silhouettes as well, with loose and flowery items, as well as more structured and tailored pieces. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m the designer and the pattern maker and I see how my clothes fit a maturing body. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve made my clothing accordingly,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I feel thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a forgotten demographic in the marketplace.â&#x20AC;? More clothes are geared to a younger crowd. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a classic style with a twist. I like it to be timeless but not boring.â&#x20AC;? St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s is located at 3760 Carp Rd. Doors open for the event at 6 p.m. with the fashion show scheduled to start at 7 p.m. Tickets coast $15 and are being sold in advance by calling 613-839-2155 or by emailing stpaulsunitedcarp@sympatico.ca.


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KANATA BAPTIST CHURCH (AZELDEAN2Ds  

10:00 am: Service of Worship and Sunday School Pastoral Care & Healing Service: 11:30am - last Sunday of each month

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Rev. Louis Natzke, Pastor

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

3794 Diamondview Road, Kinburn

SUNDAY MASS TIMES Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am & 10:30 am Monsignor Joseph Muldoon, Pastor

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1600 Stittsville Main Street, Stittsville

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St James The Apostle Carp 3774 Carp Rd., Carp Sunday Service 10:30 am

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5 MINUTES FROM ARNPRIOR. 3 BEDROOM 2 STOREY.2.5 baths, c/air, newer furnace, recently refinished lower level, main floor family room off kitchen, MLS#897444 $249,900 Call Donna or Mike Defalco 613-979-2601

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News - New infill housing rules have received the thumb’s up from citizen’s groups and the planning committee, but a council vote will be delayed until May after developers complained. The new rules the committee approved in principle would remove minimum parking requirements for low-rise housing in urban core neighbourhoods and make the starting point for new developments under four storeys a streetscape character analysis. But a provision that extended the rules to cover smaller, four-storey apartment buildings raised the ire of some of the city’s larger development interests, which had mainly steered clear of the debate because they assumed it wouldn’t affect them. A delay in taking the policy to city council will allow more time for consultation with those developers. Much of the outreach to the development industry involved speaking to companies that construct smallscale infill, said the city’s zoning and intensification manager, Alain Miguelez. But representatives from larger firms like Claridge, Domicile and Brigil said

they hadn’t gotten involved in the consultations because they didn’t think it would affect the types of projects they construct. “This report deviates significantly from where we started in 2012. It now includes low-rise apartments,” said Ursula Melinz, a lawyer representing a group of developers, including Minto. “It has a larger impact than originally thought.” Michael Polowin, another lawyer representing a number of developers, told the planning committee it’s problematic that the new rules will also apply to existing homes if additions visible from the street are added. “This bylaw is going to catch those people even though they haven’t had the right to be heard on this,” Polowin said. In contrast, a few representatives from community associations who attended the day-long meeting applauded the new rules. “The reaction was very much ‘What took you so long?’” said Don Smith of the Westboro Beach Community Association. Both residents and developers agreed the city should do everything it can to widely circulate information about the forthcoming rules to homeowners,

AUCTION SALE 198 Russett Drive, Arnprior, Ont. Saturday, May 3, 2014 TIME: 10 AM Sharp Viewing 8:00 AM until 10 AM on day of sale

Giuliano and Inger Bosa have sold their business and are downsizing. The entire contents of their home will be liquidated. Exercise equipment; Walnut table; Oak table and chairs; Custom-made desk unit; Oak bedroom set; TV wall unit with built in electric fireplace; Large amount of jewellery; Mahogany bedroom set; Miscellaneous art work; Bar table and four chairs; Pantries; Storage closets; Sofas and chairs; Venetian glass collection; Electric clothes dryer; Free standing shower; Barbie dolls; Miscellaneous mirrors; Custom built fish tanks; Cash register; Snow cone maker; Antique gate leg table with leaves; BBQ; Assorted crystal; Feather duvets; Large outdoor Christmas decorations; Desk units; Press back chair; Electric stove; Miscellaneous electronics; Miscellaneous chairs (walnut, oak and pine); Numerous box lots; and too many more items to mention. Excellent quality items.

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builders, real estate agents, architects and developers. If council signs off on the new rules on May 14, the new policy would go to the Ontario Municipal Board for final approval because the policy changes are part of an OMB order. Developers appealed the first phase of the city’s infill policy in 2012. A second phase of the infill policy that deals with building height and massing and in an expanded area encompassing all land inside the Greenbelt is expected to wrap up later this year. CHARACTER ANALYSIS

The new rules planners are proposing will fundamentally alter the process of building a new infill home from the start of the project. The proposed rules are aimed at making streetscapes look more cohesive. While infill design used to begin with the parking space – which was required – city planners want the major requirement and starting point to be the streetscape from now on. The new rules can be summed up as “your street gives you your rules,” the planning report states. If the changes are approved, landowners and architects would first have to look at the 21 lots surrounding an infill and use those observations to create a starting point for what their new home could look like. Streetscape attributes that must be respected include: • Front-yard setbacks, as well as corner and side yards; • Vehicle access (driveway or rear lane); • Parking space type and location on the lot; • Location and use of walkways; • Front-yard landscaping; • Front door orientation; • Visual prominence of the front wall. An analysis of the street’s character doesn’t include the style of architecture. Observing the 21 neighbouring homes would determine which dominant “character groups” apply to the lot to be developed. Within each character group, there are a number of options for development to permit flexibility, according to the planning report; for instance, there are four character groups describing parking patterns. Brian Cassagrande, a planner from FoTenn who represented a number of developers at the planning committee meeting, said the new rules are too complex and extensive, which will make them difficult to implement and enforce. “It’s difficult for me even as a planner to understand what you’re dealing with here,” he said. Miguelez insisted the analysis is something landowners themselves can do without hiring a professional planner or surveyor to conduct the work.


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COMMUNITY Daniel Scorziello of Eganville combines two passions in his business: coffee and trains. Engine House Fair Trade Organic Coffee was among the vendors at this year’s Easter Market on the Carp Fairgrounds.

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Art played a role in last Saturday’s Easter Market on the Carp Fairgrounds. Diane Sullivan of Arabesque Pottery had her work on display in the Agriculture Hall. Her hand-carved statues with decorative motifs suggest the continuity and beauty of life reminiscent of historic ceramics found in Europe and Asia. Her work has been exhibited internationally and can be found at dianesullivan.ca.

34 FRIEDAY STREET, ARNPRIOR OPEN CONCEPT. 3 BDRM. 1.5 BATH. GAS FIREPLACE. MLS#903687. $324,900. CALL PAULA 613-858-4851.

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Whiskey apple cake great for dessert or a snack Lifestyle - This cake can also be made with apple juice for a family-friendly version. Serve warm with custard, whipped cream or ice cream for dessert or at room temperature for a snack. Preparation Time: 30 minutes Cooking Time: 50 to 55 minutes Serves: 12 INGREDIENTS

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PHOTOS BY RISING LOTUS YOGA/SUBMITTED

Stretching yoga classes into support for Sandhills ABOVE: Rising Lotus Yoga ran an all-day Yogathon in support of the Sandhills Project April 6 and raised $650 while ‘having a wonderful time.’ The teachers who volunteered their time for the fundraiser at the Constance Bay and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre were Allison Grainger, Marianne Black, Stacey Bolton and Tina Lyons. Grainger and Black show some partner yoga moves. TOP RIGHT: There were plenty of laughs at the Yogathon fundraiser for the Sandhills Projects that will see a major expansion this year of the Constance Bay and Buckham’s Bay community centre. In a couple of fundraisers for the project, Rising Lotus Yoga has raised more than $1,000.

ABOVE: Jan Fraser has fun in a yoga balls class at the Yogathon.

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has been described as Apocalyptic art. In a few cases, the paths of Jackson and Dix crossed, and there are artworks of the same locations when they were held by the opposing sides during the war. The Dix works on display include a number on loan from the national gallery in Berlin. UPCOMING

Witness and Transformations will be on display at the Canadian War Museum until Sept. 21.

They require regular admission to the museum. Many upcoming exhibitions at the war museum and the National Gallery of Canada will share the years of the First World War with Canadians. The gallery will host The Great War: The Persuasive Power of Photography from June 27 to Nov. 16. The war museum will bring in temporary exhibits during the coming five years and will also add to its permanent collection with The Home Front, which opens this September. Complete schedules can be found at www.warmuseum.ca.

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The second exhibition at the war museum is entitled Transformations, and runs concurrently with

Witness. It includes paintings from two very different perspectives: the Allied and German sides during the First World War. Canadian artist A.Y. Jackson was a professional painter prior to enlisting in the 60th Battalion in 1915. He fought and was injured, and was appointed as an official war artist in 1917. Otto Dix joined up in 1914, serving in the German army at the Battle of the Somme. While Jackson avoided the depiction of battle, Dix didn’t shy away from incorporating corpses in what

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None of the art created by ordinary soldiers has ever been publicly displayed before. In all, 54 artworks are presented in four thematic sections in Witness, including pieces by three artists who would later become part of the Group of Seven: A.Y. Jackson, Arthur Lismer and Frederick Varley. “The war transformed Canada and you can witness that transformation as it happened,” said war art historian Laura Brandon during an April 9 preview of the exhibition. Brandon introduced the daughter of one soldier-artist during the launch. Marjorie Gould’s father, Ross Wiggs, served in the Canadian artillery with the McGill Battery and created colour drawings of what he saw during the war. “It’s a real honour for him and for me,” Gould said of his part in the Witness exhibition: a cheerful image of a Canadian soldier entitled Tommy. Gould also carries with her two small books of drawings her father brought home and it seems a small miracle they survived time near the front lines and then the long trip back to Canada. “There’s a whole series (of soldiers), from private to general,” Gould said of the neatly bound books. The works of Wiggs and the other artists will be seen by thousands of Canadians as Witness goes on a cross-Canada tour after September.

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News – As expected, the price of electricity will go up again May 1. The Ontario Energy Board announced last week the new electricity price increases that will apply to most households and small businesses. The price for consumers is increasing by about $2.83 per month on the ‘electricity’ line, or about 2.4 per cent on the total bill, for a household with a typical consumption pattern of 800 kWh per month. When the prices change May 1, the hours for mid-peak and on-peak prices also change to the summer time-of-use hours. The lowest-priced, off-peak period remains from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on weekdays and all day weekends and holidays.

The off-peak rate will go up .3 cents to 7.5 cents a kWh. The mid-peak rate also goes up .3 cents to 11.2 cents a kWh. However, the on-peak rate bounces up .6 cents to 13.5 cents a kWh. The Ontario Energy Board reviews electricity prices twice each year based on updated cost estimates. The rising hydro rates have prompted protests around the province in the last couple of weeks. NATURAL GAS UP TOO

As well as electricity, the market price of natural gas has risen during the long winter. However for some the impact of forecast higher gas prices is cush-

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RAISING FUNDS TO HELP KIDS WITH CANCER THIS YEAR’S EVENT WILL BE HELD AT THE CANADIAN WAR MUSEUM & LEBRETON FLATS WITH

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Ward 5 West Carleton-March SUPPORT HUNTLEY CENTENNIAL SCHOOL’S BOTTLE DRIVE On Saturday, April 26, Huntley Centennial Public School is having a bottle drive. All proceeds will be going to the grade 8 graduation ceremony and dance. Empty wine/liquor/beer bottles and beer cans can be dropped off at the school (118 Langstaff Drive) between 9am and noon. If you can’t make it to the school, they will go to you! For bottle pick-up, contact grade8gradbottledrive@ gmail.com.

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News - The lineup for the 11th annual Westfest announced March 13 includes16 groups, including two Juno nominees. Aboriginal album of the year nominee George Leach will headline the festival’s first of three nights on June 13, which founder and producer Elaina Martin described as a tribute to the blues. Leach is nominated for his second album, entitled Surrender, which hits modern rock grooves, R&B stylings, balladry and many other genres. That night will also include DJ Lakes District, Smoke Wagon Blues Band, Maria Hawkins and River City Junction. The second night’s headliner is east-coast folk-rock artist Ashley MacIsaac, but not before the festival’s traditional Tam Tam with Dr. Lee where audience members participate by banging along with 100 handmade drums, as well as whatever pots, pans and other drum-like instruments they can bring. Next comes crooner Brock Zeman, soulful aboriginal artist Shawnee, and Ottawa’s The Peptides, who gave a preview performance during the Westfest launch at The Clocktower Brew Pub on Richmond Road. The final night filled with Ottawa talent ends the festival with a triple

DJ performance by A Tribe Called Red, whose mix of pow wow drumming and vocals with electronic music has garnered them increasing interest from audiences across Canada. The DJ crew is nominated for electronic album of the year and breakthrough group of the year. Westfest has been going for 11 years, growing from its first fest, which took place in the parking lot of a Mac’s Milk. Martin went over the festival’s history during this year’s launch with photos showing the event’s growth. The free festival was such a success the first year that the venue had to change, moving to a lot near The Clocktower. In 2007, about 20,000 people attended Westfest, said Martin, growing to 25,000 the following year. Martin attributed the festival’s success to its supporters, her volunteers, artists and to its loyal audience members. “Over the years, you’ve come and you continue to come,” said Martin, “and I thank you for that.” Mayor Jim Watson and Ottawa Centre MPP Yasir Naqvi congratulated Martin on the success of the festival during the launch, noting her resolve to keep the festival free. “We’re very proud of the work you’ve done,” said Watson. “Westfest has been just incredible to our community in Westboro,” said Naqvi, not just by engaging merchants, but citizens across Ottawa, he said. As for Martin, she said she is proud of being able to stick to the festival’s mandate: “Everyone is equal and everyone is invited.

SOUP MISSION FOR CHRYSALIS HOUSE The women from the Parish of March have organized their next soup mission for Chrysalis House, a home for abused women and their families. The soup making session is on Sunday, April 27, from 4-7:30pm at St. John’s Anglican Church in Kanata. Cost is $10 to cover a communal light meal. To register and for more information contact Jean at jfmacnab@yahoo.com.

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DIEFENBOOKER CLASSIC The 18th Annual Diefenbooker Classic is happening on Saturday, May 3 in Carp. There are events for all ages and you can run, walk or cycle. This event supports the West Carleton Branches of the Ottawa Public Library. For more details on routes, registration information and pledge forms go to the Diefenbooker Classic website (http://diefenbookerclassic.ncf.ca/Diefenbooker2014/ index.html).

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West Carleton School of Performing Arts students in rehearsal include Chelsey Page, Arial Boyd, Grace Mackenzie, Molly Burke, Mary Jamael, Brainna Davies, Taylor Hinton, Asa Campbell and Thomas Murray.

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News - Construction on the Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice is making progress, with the first of three phases finished and three quarters of funds raised. The $6.2-million building of the new hospice facility, located on 110 McCurdy Dr., began when Hospice Care Ottawa purchased the former church in June, 2013. Now, much of the interior of the building has been renovated and administrative staff has moved into the building in early April. Lisa Sullivan, Hospice Care Ottawa’s executive director, attributes much of this progress to the millions of dollars in cash and in-kind donations donated from the community members, the help of construction companies and volunteers. “We are just so thrilled,” said Sullivan about the hospice’s progress. “The people we have worked with, the construction companies and all the volunteers and the people who have donated things to make this happen have been fabulous.” With the kitchen done as well as the common room and dining room nearing completion, the next step for the hospice is phase two: introducing day programming. “What we’d like to offer is three days a week of day hospice; so somewhere between 15 to 20 people come each day where they receive social support. So they get nurse counselling and we have different therapies like music and art, reiki and massage and different activities for them during the day, and

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Breadventure club members gear up for achievement day Lauryn Rochon-Kaiser, Breadventure Press Reporter

Lifestyle - The West Carleton 4-H Breadventure Club held its fourth meeting on March 30. The meeting began with Megan and Justine Styles introducing our bread guest, Mrs. Margaret Purdie. Mrs. Purdie explained how to prepare her famous dinner rolls and discussed many other useful baking tips. The members then entered the kitchen where we prepared a pre-made batch of Sweet Roll Dough from the Breadventure handbook. Once the dough was complete, the members created different types of rolls, such as the Clover Leaf, Bow Knots and Pull Aparts. Members also used the Sweet Roll Dough to create deliciously sweet cinnamon buns and kolacky. While the treats were rising and baking, the members to played some strategic games and races with bananas and marshmallows. Next, the members selected their final projects to prepare for the upcoming

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The West Carleton 4-H Breadventure girls after the Go For Gold friendly competition. In the front, from left, are Justine Styles, Nicole Gillan, and Maggie and Lindsay Gillan; and in the back are Robyn Rochon-Kaiser, Megan Styles, 4-H Go for Gold leader Annette Cousens, Katy Andercheck, Carolyn Russell, Lauryn Rochon-Kaiser, Lindsay Bates, Taylor Gillan, Jacyln Gillan and Sarah Dean. Achievement Day. Mrs. Purdie was thanked for sharing her wealth of baking knowledge. The meeting was adjourned and members and parents enjoyed the final outcome of the delicious rolls and desserts.

The fifth West Carleton 4H Breadventure Club meeting was held Sunday, April 13 at the Galetta Hall. The meeting quickly began with the preparation of homemade pizza dough. The dough was mixed, kneaded,

rolled and shaped to perfection. Members added their favourite toppings to the dough and set the pizzas into the oven to bake. The members then turned their attention to Annette

Cousens, a leader of the West Carleton 4-H Go for Gold Club. This fun 4-H trivia game was played with a bread theme. The members were put to the test with many questions about everything they had

learned throughout the past five meetings. The game ended in a close win and was a great hit with all of the members. The first-place team was given tea towels and the second-place team received a set of wooden spoons. The club leaders, Carolyn Styles and Melody Rochon, then presented each of the members with a personalised 4-H apron to wear to the upcoming Achievement Day. Each member was also given a starter kit to make an ‘Amish Friendship Bread’. The meeting was then adjourned. Parents and members feasted on the freshly baked homemade pizza. Each members’ final project will be presented at the Breadventure Club Achievement Day scheduled for this Sunday, April 27 at the Galetta Hall. Family and friends are invited to stop in and sample some homemade baked goods. Upon completion of the Achievement Day, members will receive their Breadventure Club project completion.

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News - A “proliferation” of illuminated digital signs in business windows doesn’t deserve to be studied – yet. Kitchissippi Coun. Katherine Hobbs suggested the city study LED signs, which chief building official Arlene Gregoire said can be bought for $200. But on March 26, the planning committee decided to refer the issue to the next term of council, to be considered as part of council’s priorities for the four years following the election of a new council on Oct. 27. Gregoire agreed with Hobbs that the issue could merit review. “Unless we have rules before this proliferation occurs, you’re stuck with non-conforming rights,” Gregoire said. She agreed there was a need to study the signs – not necessarily to create another layer of bureaucracy or a permit process or fee, but to look at what

restrictions might be put in place to prevent the signs from bothering neighbours. Hobbs said a resident in the Holland Avenue area of her ward complained to her office about a lit sign, which prompted the councillor’s interest in the issue.

It looks like another layer of bureaucracy that no one in the city wants. COUN. JAN HARDER

“When you get into urban areas, people are living right across from businesses,” Hobbs said. “When you look at a proliferation, it can lead to a problem.” She suggested a study could lead to a recommendation such as limiting the hours the signs can be illuminated. Barrhaven Coun. Jan Harder

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Sale of leftover items lost on OC Transpo set for May 3 Laura Mueller laura.mueller@metroland.com

News - A lot has changed since the OC Transpo lost and found opened in 2001. For one thing, it receives far fewer CDs in need of being reunited with their owners. Walkmans have since been re-

placed on its shelves with iPods and smart phones. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You can really see the cycle of technological development here,â&#x20AC;? said Moe Moloughney, executive director of Heartwood House. The charity â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and Moloughney â&#x20AC;&#x201C; have presided over the discarded flotsam and jetsam

found on buses and the OTrain since 2001, when the city showed â&#x20AC;&#x153;creativityâ&#x20AC;? in partnering with Heartwood House to provide the lost -and-found. Instead of contracting the service to a company, Heartwood House is able to provide confidence-boosting jobs and reallife testing for participants of

its literacy programs. Heartwood House embarked on the lost-and-foundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest change to date this winter when it moved to a new location at 404 McArthur Ave. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s where the annual sale and auction of lost items will take place on Saturday,

May 3 from noon until 2 p.m. The sale will actually be held in the sanctuary of the Unitarian church next door because it has more space. On offer will be a selection of electronics, instruments and other high-value items that have gone unclaimed for too long. Those items will be

sold through silent auction. Thousands of other things like books, umbrellas, Thermoses and bags will be priced for sale, most under $5. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lots of fun, Moloughney said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great advantage to scoop up a bargain.â&#x20AC;? See HUNDREDS, page 72

       

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Hundreds of items left on the buses each week Continued from page 70

The items are whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s left behind from the 100 to 200 things left behind on the transit system each day. Anyone searching for their lost items can contact Heartwood House at 613-563-4011 or lostandfound@heartwoodhouse.ca. or drop by starting at 8 a.m., but wait until the next day. Items are held by OC Transpo security staff overnight until they can be delivered to Heartwood House for sorting the next day. Then, Heartwood House members get to work registering the items onto forms. Things of high value get entered into a computerized registry. Each day has its own box, because thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s usually the easiest way to match people with what they lost â&#x20AC;&#x201C; at first. After a couple weeks, the detritus is sorted into boxes by type of stuff â&#x20AC;&#x201C;gloves and mittens, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s toys, travel mugs, books and a surprisingly high number of full-to-thebrim backpacks. Bikes donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t come to Heartwood House â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the police handle those â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but the lost-and-found has been known to have a wheelchair or two. Most things are kept for 31 days. Wallets, jewelry, cellphones and electronics get to hang around for two months in the hopes that someone will return for them. But when they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t, it goes into the annual sale. While the charity does make some money from the sale â&#x20AC;&#x201C; usually around $3,000 or $4,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just as much about clearing out the up to 4,000 items that can accumulate over a busy winter of people losing their stuff.

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Items that could be up for auction and sale at the annual OC Transpo lost-and-found sale on May 3 line the shelves at Heartwood House. While travelling around the city, those who live in Sandy Hill near the University of Ottawa are the biggest culprits for losing things, Moloughney said â&#x20AC;&#x201C; or at least, their stuff has the highest return rate. Residents of the east end, especially Vanier and Orleans, also seem to leave items on the bus at a higher rate than west-enders, she said. Presto cards â&#x20AC;&#x201C; now used for passes and payment on OC Transpo â&#x20AC;&#x201C; are becoming a popular item in the lostand-found, Moloughney said. Since the cards are transferrable and donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have any identification on them, they can be hard to return. OC Transpso destroys most found Presto cards before they get to Heartwood House. If the card is registered, the balance is protected. But the cards can be returned if people find a way to put their name on their card or attach it to another ID.

Cell phones are also becoming difficult to reunite with their owners because of security features, Moloughney said. If a phone requires a code for access, lost-andfound staff canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t figure out who it belongs to or how to contact them. Many cell phones end up being recycled by Think Recycle. Heartwood House used to return about 80 per cent of cell phones that were found. Now that figure is at around 65 per cent, Moloughney said. She gets around eight to 10 cell phones a day. Moloughney said itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not the type or number of items lost that surprises her â&#x20AC;&#x201C; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the number of items people turn in. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That kind of kindess strikes me,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People call here expecting a 50-50 chance of kindness ... There is extraordinary kindness happening every day on our buses.â&#x20AC;?

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Carp curling team takes home two trophies Team Robb wins Carter Cup, Peter Smith Trophy Jessica Cunha jessica.cunha@metroland.com

Sports - A Carp-based curling team took home two trophies at the Ottawa Valley Curling Association Colts Championship held at the Huntley Curling Club on March 29. Team Robb, consisting of Mark St. John, Mike Robb and Blake Sinclair, all from Carp, and Jeff Tindall of Stittsville, won the Carter Cup for taking first in the series championship, as well as the Peter Smith Trophy for finishing first during league play. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We played last year in the OCVA Colts, we came into the season late and we never made it to the playoffs,â&#x20AC;? said Tindall. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We got in early this year and managed to take the whole thing. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was fantastic. We had a really good start.â&#x20AC;?

This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s playoffs consisted of six teams from the Ottawa, Navy, Cornwall, Metcalfe and Huntley curling clubs. Team Robb faced off against the Navyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Team Chamberlain in the finals. â&#x20AC;&#x153;(It) was a back-and-forth battle on very fast ice,â&#x20AC;? said Tindall. Chamberlain was up by four by mid-game, but Robb managed to take back three points in the seventh. With a well-placed guard by skip Mike Robb, Navy attempted a hit that crashed on a guard, giving the win to Team Robb, said Tindall. Team Robb has been playing together for three years, starting in a Saturday beginnersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; league at the Huntley Curling Club. â&#x20AC;&#x153;By the end of the year we all realized we were getting pretty competitive. We wanted to take it to the next level,â&#x20AC;? said Tindall. The team moved up to an open competitive league, which they played in for a year, then were introduced to the OVCA Colts series. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great sport,â&#x20AC;? Tindall said, adding they are hoping

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instrumental in the development of the OVCA Colts series, Tindall said. To top off a great year for Team Robb, Sinclair was

awarded the Pat Cardy Award for best sportsmanship from the Huntley Curling Club. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He loves the game and loves to promote it,â&#x20AC;? said

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The Ottawa All Star high school basketball team, in purple, beat the Toronto Catholic District School Board All Stars 97-88 score April 15. The game was played at Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School in Scarborough. MANNY RODRIGUES

First strike Ottawa striker Vini Dantas, left, celebrates his goal â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the first in Ottawa Fury FC history â&#x20AC;&#x201C; on April 19 at Carleton Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Keith Harris Stadium. The goal tied the North American Soccer League game against Minnesota at 1-1, but the visitors scored in extra time to take a 2-1 victory in front of a sell-out crowd. The Fury will play at Carleton U until TD Place is completed in July. The next home game is this Saturday, April 26 at 3 p.m. versus the Carolina Railhawks.

Sports -The Battle of the Boards is one of the most highly-anticipated high school sporting events of the year and a West Carleton players will be one of those in the spotlight. It will be a very entertaining day with a notable presence from a number of college and university coaches north and south of the border. The four games allow coaches to see the very best players team up, and also compete against Ontarioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

finest. Many of these players futures are still undecided, including West Carletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Corey Johnson who will definitely garner much of the attention. Johnson, who was a member of Team Ontario this past summer, is excited to be selected. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m thrilled to be representing Ottawa and the fact that players like Gonzagaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kevin Pangos, Daytonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dyshawn Pierre and Kansasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; An-

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News - In just one week, Taylor Creighton transformed a blank piece of paper into a source of inspiration for others. Her superhero bear design was chosen from among more than 120 student designs to become the logo for this year’s Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario’s telethon, which happens in June. “It took me like a week because it was in class, so like every period I’d be drawing it,” Creighton, 17, said, following the official unveiling of her logo Wednesday, April 16, at Sir Robert Borden High school, where she attends Grade 12. Superman was her inspiration, and once she had the

idea, she was able to quickly bring it to life. “It was different when I started it and then I just thought about flying, and then it came to me,” the Barrhaven resident said. Her creation will be featured on merchandise ranging from plush teddy bears and hats to golf shirts and superhero capes, and will play an important role in helping the CHEO Foundation reach its goal to raise $6.8 million through the 31st telethon this year. Last year, the telethon generated a record-breaking $6.7 million. The funds went in support of research into cancer, youth mental health and childhood obesity as well as purchasing specialized medical equipment at the pediatric hospital. The logo contest has taken place for more than 15 years,

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but this year marks the first time students were given a theme to work with. The superhero theme was selected, and the slogan that now accompanies Creighton’s logo is “Be a superhero for kids.” “Taylor just created this really fun design. He’s a flying bear. He represented being a superhero for CHEO and it was really great,” said Jaqueline Belsito, CHEO Foundation’s vice-president of philanthropy. The contest is open to students in the hospital’s catchment area, from Kingston to western Quebec to Cornwall. “We reach out to the community and to the youth to submit their designs and their interpretation of what would be fun and simple designs,” Belsito said following the event, which drew Max Keeping and CTV News anchor and telethon co-host Graham Richardson, as well as Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Coun. Keith Egli, plus school board and CHEO Foundation officials. Creighton’s accomplishment is the first time a student from Sir Robert Borden High School in Nepean has taken top honours in the contest. For her achievement, she was given a Samsung Tablet from Bell, which owns CTV. The company also presented the

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Barrhaven resident Taylor Creighton is all smiles as she points to her superhero bear design on CHEO bear’s T-shirt. The Grade 12 Sir Robert Borden high school student’s logo was chosen from about 120 entries for the pediatric hospital’s 2014 telethon. Creighton was the guest of honour Wednesday, April 16, during a special logo unveiling at Sir Robert Borden High School in Nepean, where she attends Grade 12. school with a $1,000 cheque, which is now earmarked for the school’s communications technology classes, in which Creighton crafted her design. “We are very proud,” said

school principal Wendy Verreault, adding that upwards of 25 of her students submitted logos to the contest. “She did a super job.” The telethon happens June

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ABOVE: Olivia Toll is about to shoot her hand high in the sky after organizer Dave Graham asked kids at the Constance Bay Community Centre if they are ready to hunt for Easter eggs. It was a fine turnout on the sunny Saturday afternoon at the enclosed baseball diamond. After Graham, his daughter Alyshia and other volunteers tossed chocolate covered eggs into the outfield, dozens of kids ran out to fill up their baskets. Activities hosted by the Constance and Buckhams Bay Community Association also took place inside the community centre. Other events took place at other Magnificent Seven villages in West Carleton, including an egg hunt in the bowels of Canadaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cold War Museum, the Diefenbunker in the Village of Carp.

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Library looking to offer streaming online videos Laura Mueller laura.mueller@metroland.com

News - Streaming online video could be the next thing offered by the public library. Library staff is currently researching the option of adding streaming video, like whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s available on YouTube or Netflix, to the libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s digital holdings. It would make thousands of videos, films and music albums available to anyone with an Ottawa Public Library card and a computer, smart

phone or tablet device. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a service thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s picking up steam in the library world thanks to companies like Hoopla Indieflix and OverDrive, said Craig Ginther, manager of technology services for the library. The Toronto Public library added Hooplaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s streaming collection to its catalogue in early April, making 10,000 films and 250,000 music albums available to its users. In Toronto, library users are limited to five Hoopla loans per month. About 130 North American cities

offer the streaming service, including libraries in Hamilton, Guelph, Edmonton and Victoria. The possibility of streaming videos was just one of the technology initiatives Ginther highlighted in his update to the library board on April 14. The library is continuously expanding its digital offerings, including the quiet launch of a French-language e-book section within the last two weeks, Ginther said. The library is hoping to better integrate its digital offerings to make it

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News - With a small fleet of cardboard canoes and a scavenger hunt near Parliament Hill, the 2nd Kanata Rangers are raising thousands of dollars to reduce poverty. They are known as those POP girls thanks to their Portage Over Poverty event, which is now in its fourth year. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Portage Over Poverty will take place on Sunday, April 27. The event, organized entirely by Rangers (ages 15 to 17), has teams of four to six people carry decorated cardboard canoes around downtown Ottawa, guided by clues hinting at well known buildings and monuments. The groups then take pictures of the thing they believe the clue was leading them towards as proof of their success. The idea for the photo scavenger hunt came from Rangers who wanted to do something big as a service project, said Ranger leader Carolyn Law. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We came up with the idea that we should start some sort of rally,â&#x20AC;? she said, adding that the canoes seemed a natural fit. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more Guiding

than a bunch of people with canoes?â&#x20AC;? The initiative began in 2011, and since then has raised more than $6,000 through portage team pledges of $100 or more and donations given throughout the day of the event. So far, the money has gone towards funding Girl Guides and Girl Scouts groups in need in various places throughout the world, as well as groups in Ontario and Nunavut who wanted to start a guiding program but didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have the funds. By helping grow more Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

groups, more girls in need are given skills and participate in service activities like Portage Over Poverty, said Law. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This year the girls have decided to change it a little bit,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are going to sponsor our own Guiding scholarship.â&#x20AC;? The scholarship will be made available to a girl who exemplifies community service and helping others with a focus on trying to improve the lives of girls through the eradication of poverty, said Law. With the event in its fourth year, Pathfinders girls (12 to

14 years old) who have participated in Portage Over Poverty for three years are now in charge. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They are very, very excited to be able to actually run the event,â&#x20AC;? said Law. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got ideas about how to make it better.â&#x20AC;? This year, that includes extra activities at four of the clue

stations which represent the four world centres of Guiding: Mexico, India, Switzerland and England. With more than $6,000 raised so far, Law said the Rangers are very proud of the event. With the entire first group of Rangers who started the event having moved on

from the three-year Ranger program, Law said it is inspiring to see it continue. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pretty amazing to see it actually take a life of its own.â&#x20AC;? The event kicks off on Parliament Hill at 11 a.m. on April 27, and continues until 4 p.m.

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Community - Moments after meeting for the first time, retired sergeant Wally Turini and Warrant Officer Eric Gagnon immediately find common ground. “What part of Montreal are you from?” Gagnon asks the 96-year-old Second World War veteran. They have much more in common than sharing the same home town. The medals adorning each of their chests are evidence of this. They were honoured Tuesday along with about 100 veterans, from the Second World War and Korean

War up to currently serving members, at an annual luncheon at Kanata branch 638 of the Royal Canadian Legion, Tuesday, April 15. Turini’s medals represent his time overseas blasting a Howitzer gun at German soldiers to force them out of Italy, from 1940 to 1945. He celebrated his 20th birthday in England just after the war broke out. “We were all young and tough, but they killed a lot of us,” recalls Turini, a Nepean resident who says he will never forget the sound of shrapnel narrowly missing him. “When a shell explodes, shrapnel flies all over. It whistled by my ear. But we did the same to (enemy

soldiers).” Gagnon’s rack of medals is from more recent conflicts, including five deployments to Afghanistan, and missions to Haiti, the Central African Republic, Bosnia and the former Yugoslavia. Much of his intelligence work overseas is secret. Turini doesn’t know it, but Gagnon was not only inspired by veterans like him to recently become a legion branch member, but also in joining the military 24 years ago. “Maybe part of the reason I joined (the military) was seeing the veterans at parades,” says Gagnon, who attended the luncheon with personnel from the Canadian Forces Electronic

Warfare Centre at Shirley’s Bay. “They really forged the freedoms we have today.” Today, the Kanata resident feels a sense of responsibility in bolstering the legion’s membership. Many of the branch’s members are in their 70s. “I want to carry on the tradition,” says Gagnon. “Everyone is getting older.” Despite dedicating much of his life to the military, Gagnon, 46, reluctantly considers him-

self a veteran like Turini, and the many other veterans who came to the luncheon from their homes in Arnprior, Carleton Place and across Ottawa, including the Pearly and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre. Though he appreciates being honoured at the special meal, Gagnon says it’s difficult to see himself in the same light as the veterans who came before him. “But I guess I am (a veteran) after the 24 years I’ve been do-

ing it,” he says. The luncheon helps forge strong connections between currently serving military personnel and their predecessors, and ensures their experiences from their years in service won’t be forgotten, says John Cher, Kanata legion branch president. “What they’re doing today is carrying on what these veterans started years and years and years ago,” he says.

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