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Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal was conferred on a Constance Bay resident and longtime veterans’ advocate recently. – Page 5


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Local equestrians learn how to show their horses at a recent clinic hosted by a Kinburn riding stable. – Page 25

EMC news - Space is at a premium at Constance Bay’s major community/recreation facility. Last expanded in 1978, the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre (CBBCA) also houses the local branch of the Ottawa Public Library. Since that time, the community’s population has doubled but the space at the facility has not. But that is all about the change because on Sunday, June 17, the board of the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Communication Association (CBBCA) will present, what is being termed the ‘Sandhills Project’, to the community for approval. “While some areas of the project will require extended negotiations to bring to a head‌we have reached the point where we can officially launch the infrastructure component of the Sandhills Project; a $1.9 million partnership project to add 4,500 sq. ft. and renovate another 1,000 sq. ft. of the Constance Bay Community Centre, slated to open in 2013,â€? explained CBBCA president Ian Glen. “It is a project that will address almost all of the issues facing the village, and be of value to almost everyone. We anticipate the preliminary drawings will be ready by June 17 when we will ask the community to approve the project.â€? See PROJECT, page 3

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Students at St. Michael’s School in Fitzroy Harbour have been reading up a storm for the 2012 Rev Up to Read literacy contest, with students eligible for prizes for logging the most minutes of reading time. In keeping with the driving theme, several drivers brought their special cars to the school last week to show off to the students. Above, Jonathan Perrin at the wheel of Elmer Wilson’s 1940 Ford Deluxe.

Water fears arise over CREWC’s proposed home construction on Carp Ridge site Theresa Fritz

EMC news – The proposed development of homes on property owned by the Carp Ridge EcoWellness Centre (CREWC) has some residents concerned about how it will affect their wells and overall water quality. CREWC director Katherine Willow told the 25 people assembled at the West Carleton Community Complex in Kinburn last Wednesday evening the plan is to build four homes on the Carp Ridge property – three in the first phase of construction and one in the second. The affordable eco-homes would house CREWC staff and be permanent resi-

dences. “We are applying biological principles to health care, education and everyday life,� Willow stated. CREWC includes the commercial Carp Ridge Natural Health Clinic and the Carp Ridge Learning Centre, which is a charity. The facility sits on 190 acres and of land and of that, development can only take place on the 19 acres currently zones RU exception 548. The remaining land is zoned EP (Environmental Protection). Willow submitted a site plan for development in 2005 but it has sat dormant since then. At that time, an environmental impact statement and hydrological study were submitted to the City of Ottawa.

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any species and risk issues” or impact on waterways. Robert Passmore, who undertook the hydrological report seven years ago, said he too has been asked to update his report. He noted that back in 2005, the tests of wells revealed the impact to area wells was not an issue. “We were able to determine the impact to wells on the site was normal and the impacts to wells off the site were normal. As well, he acknowledged that his previous report found there would be “no large or demonstrated impact off the (CREWC) site.” Willow acknowledged most concerns previously raised “were around water quality and volume, and if they (wells) were affected by construction on higher ground.” She attempted to answer questions received from the last information meeting held before taking new ones on. It was noted the development does not require a plan of subdivision because it does not meet the criteria of a subdivision. The intent is not lot creation, rather building four individual residences on existing property. Willow said the concern by some that garages in the homes will would be used as living spaces is unfounded as the garages won’t have heat, water or bathroom facilities in them. She maintained she would remain the owner of the all the buildings on the property and in the event of her death, the property would remain as it is now. Along with the planned new resi-

dences, the property also houses several accessory buildings which are used for volunteers or for workshops. “We are doing everything possible to make sure that (well contamination) doesn’t happen in the first place,” she Willow stated. “We are totally committed to being in everything we do. We want to reassure you we are doing the best to avoid water contamination and be a good community neighbour.” CITY HAS FINAL APPROVAL Before CREWC’s new site plan can receive city approval, McCreight said it has to first “comply with all the regulations in the city’s zoning bylaw.” She assured anyone concerned with potential for transient use of the new homes there was little chance of that happening. “Those buildings are not permitted to be rented out,” McCreight explained. “To rent them out, they (CREWC) would have to apply for a rezoning. While McCreight said there is talk about a rezoning request coming forward, the city has not received anything at this point. While CREWC’s plan is to build four homes, McCreight said legally “they can build up to nine.” Willow said the plan at this point is on to build the four homes. “The site plan has to comply with all the zoning regulations before it can be passed,” McCreight added. One neighbour wondered what the

precedent was to allow the development of homes on the property. “If the zoning permits Katherine to develop and that (development) permits this use, it is the owner’s right,” McCreight added. The Carp Ridge is defined by the city’s Official Plan as protected. The only portion of the property CREWC can developed is land outside the ridge. That ridge is designated commercial. Area resident Bill Carey suggested the plan should be taking into account all the potential development that could take place on the site. “If you can build up to nine (houses), should you not be at the impact of all nine. We are doing this piecemeal,” he said. “Should we not be looking at the total development of that site? The studies should be looking at that. For her part, Willow didn’t seem to think that was necessary. “I plan to stop here (with four homes). I’m not building anymore.” McCreight said even thought the zoning permits up to nine homes, the city cannot force Willow to “come in with nine now.” WELLS The water quality issue was the topic later in the meeting when one of the residents asked Passmore if he was aware of how many residents near the site were on wells and if they were natural or dug. “I am not aware of every single activity that goes on within a 500 metre radius of the site,” he responded. “I am aware of what is upgrade and what is downgrade.”

He assured residents the criteria he follows with his study must match provincial guidelines. “The impact for the development on your well is negligible,” he added. Several residents wondered what the impact might be on dug wells, due to the fact there are several of them near the CREWC. Of those, most are downgrade of the site. “Carp Ridge is a natural hydrological area,” Passmore said, adding it would be important to see where the dug wells are located. He suggested the dug wells need to be looked at and urged anyone at the meeting with such a well to meet with him after the meeting as they would need to be tested. “If there is an impact on offsite wells, there are resources available under the Ontario Water Resources Act,” Passmore explained. “We have to have a baseline for water quality to determine if there is an impact.” He continued there is a great chance of surface contamination for a dug well. “Realistically, the dug wells you have is more of a concern than anything else,” Passmore said. Donna Craig wondered what would happen if the new study determined the wells were at risk by the proposed development. “If the hydrological study is filed and there is an impact on wells… then they have to come up with solutions,” explained City of Ottawa senior planner Cheryl McWilliams, adding the proponent and the city would work with Passmore and Mississippi Valley Conservation to see if

there was a solution. In an attempt to quash immediate concerns, McWilliams said the city would not approve anything that did not meet criteria. “If there is no solution, then the project won’t go ahead. We have to know, as a city, there is not risk to your wells.” Resident Sue Craig suggested any homes on the CREWC site should be removable and not permanent. “The zoning is in place and the property owner has legal rights,” added McWilliams. “Legally the city has looked at the nine house issue and it is closed…What we are dealing with now is how they can develop four homes.” The homes in question will be built by Guildcrest Homes. Spokesperson Nicole Deschenes said the firm has been an energy efficient building for 20 years. “We utilize green principles and energy efficiency,” she stated. Willow emphasized she has nothing to hide with her development proposal and is willing to discuss issues at any time with her neighbours. “People are welcome to come and visit, and speak with me personally,” Willow offered. “We are really hoping we can address these issues and be a good community member.” West Carleton-March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry reassured everyone the issue is far from over and there will be plenty of opportunity for questions and review. “It is not the end, it is just the beginning of the process,” he said. “We as a city asked to Katherine to move on this process.”

Project to address the lack of space at both facilities in the growing community From front page

According to Glen and CBBCA past president Len Russell, the community association, with the help of Bay Communication Connections, has been “working on a comprehensive program and service review, and remediation plan” for the past six months. Both acknowledge the City of Ottawa and West CarletonMarch Coun. Eli El-Chantiry’s

efforts for helping move the project along. “The result of this work was authenticated through the CBBCA’s Community Survey and the BCCs Senior’s Survey and then presented to our partners at the City and WOCRC. Not all of the gaps required significant funding or prime time space,” noted Russell. “Outside of the project we have already launched five new programs

for children and youth - a teen drop-in, a music program, and three children’s programs” But despite all the positive additions to the community, something was still missing. “The sustainability of our library has been a significant concern. The current 400 sq. ft. facility can’t be expanded,

made accessible, or made safer for the staff,” noted Glen. “Even though the branch is one of the most successful in terms of utilization growth these issues cannot be ignored indefinitely.” Survey results revealed the library is consistently one of the non-negotiable services

in the community; with more than 90 per cent of respondents considering the library important and two thirds wanting to see it expanded. These numbers are up 11 per cent over the previous survey. “Not surprisingly, only 25 per cent of residents feel the current community centre is

meeting their needs,” added Glen. To learn about the proposed expansion project for the community centre and library, plan to attend the special general meeting of the CBBCA June 17 at 2 p.m. The meeting will be at the community centre, located on Len Purcell Drive.



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Three local gardens will bloom as part of upcoming OBGS Country Roots Garden Tour Theresa Fritz

EMC events – Get a glimpse inside three unique country gardens in West Carleton June 3. That’s the day for the Ottawa Botanical Garden Society’s (OBGS) Country Roots Garden Tour. The event takes place rain or shine between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. The cost is $15 if you are a member of the OBGS and $20 if you are not. “The Ottawa Botanical Garden Society, every once in a while, holds a tour. Last it was a tour of 12 gardens known as ‘Over the Hedge’,” explains, Kate Harrigan, in charge of programs for the OBGS. “This is just a smaller one.” The gardens on this year’s tour are country gardens from Fitzroy Harbour, Carp and Dunrobin and each one has been selected for its unique characteristics. The gardens include Lynda and John Soper s at 5124 Stonecrest Rd in Fitzroy, Carole and Phil Reilly s at 3328 Diamondview Rd. in Carp and Norma and David Davidson s property at 2470 Dunrobin Rd. Dunrobin.

Harrigan said each garden features it own unique characteristics. “The Sopers live on rock basically and what is most interesting is seeing how they worked with that rock,” she notes, adding their garden was featured in Ottawa Magazine in April. The rocky landscape has provided immense limestone slabs and huge granite boulders which have been used to form perennial beds containing hosta, astilbe, primula, iris, campanula and many other genus. As for the Reillys, their garden was formerly Reilly’s Country Garden and Harrigan says they have a groundmounted photovoltaic solar electric generating system. These extensive perennial gardens have evolved over the past 35 years and served as a specialty nursery for 25 years. This one acre rural property contains 30 garden beds with about 2000 varieties of hardy perennials and ornamental shrubs. The garden now boasts a 350 square-foot greenhouse over part of the vegetable garden with a passive solar energy collection system to warm the soil and extend the grow-

ing and harvesting season. The Davidson’s 106 acre property has something for everyone. Wood chip pathways encircle the natural pond near the arbour covered in trumpet vine, bittersweet, clematis, and climbing roses that twist around tree swallow houses. The woodland garden is a shady delight of hosta, primula, rhododendron and azalea, populated by a village of fairy statuary. “They have 5,000 new trees on their property,” notes Harrigan. “People might be interested to see what you can do with large property.” Attendees are reminded to bring their cameras to remember the beauty and hosts will be on site and willing to answer questions during the tour. “It is so much fun to see what can be done with a property,” Harrigan says. “It is nice to see that whole creative process.” “There are so many beautiful gardens out there,” Harrigan says of West Carleton. “We hope people will come out.” The tour is self guided and attendees can visit the gardens anytime between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Maps to the


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EMC news – The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal was conferred on a Constance Bay resident and longtime veterans’ advocate. Peter Wilkins, president elect of the Royal Canadian Legion branch 616, has a lifetime of service to England and Canada, going back to his time as a 10-year-old working for St. John Ambulance in his hometown of Coventry. It was clearly inspired by the royal family, which stayed in Britain as the Nazis bombed town after town during the Second World War.

LIFE IN CANADA Wilkins left for Canada after the war, looking forward to living here but chuckling when he explained what happened next. He left England in 1949. “In 1950 I was in Korea for the Royal Canadian Navy,” he said. “I was on the first ship from the East Coast.” After the Forgotten War he found himself working on be-

LOYAL TO THE CROWN “I’ve always been loyal to her majesty. I think she is precious,” Wilkins said after receiving the award. “I feel a little like we grew up together. She was six years older me. And she did her part during the war.” Having King George VI and young Elizabeth II stand in the bombed out ruins of the cathedral in Coventry, with the blitz still on and smoke

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he taboo against talking about youth suicide is starting to break. After much debate the Old Ottawa East Community Association has agreed to create a memorial recongnizing mental health issues, in memory of 18-year-old Nadia Kajouji, the Carleton University student who took her own life in April of 2008. The community association agreed to replace a makeshift memorial, created by Nadia’s family, with

something more permanent to offer support to others who struggle with mental health issues that may lead to suicide. The idea sparked much debate among members of the community association. Some worried the site would attract or even encourage suicidal people. Unfortunately out of sight does not necessarily mean out of mind. In the past, far too many of us have remained fearfully quiet in the wake of the

death of one of our sons or daughters. Fears that took many forms, but boiled down to the same argument: if we talk about youth suicide it only serves to encourage others. The cracks in this tired and old argument started to show following the deaths of teens Daron Richardson, 14, in 2010 and Jamie Hubley, 15, in 2011. The parents of Daron and Jamie talked openly about their children’s struggle with mental health issues, a

problem that resonated with people across Canada. More important, it sparked discussion about what has become a national epidemic. One in five children suffer a mental health problem — but only a third of those get the help they need, according to the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa. Every one of us either know or have come into contact with a child who has mental health issues. This discussion has encouraged positive change.

It has sparked fundraisers and events raising awareness about youth mental health issues across Ottawa this summer, including the city’s Dragon Boat festival in June. The Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa has used money from recent fundraisers and donations to hire four new youth and family counsellors serving at the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre and schools among Ottawa’s four English and French school boards. On a national level, a

private member’s bill has proposed creating a national suicide prevention strategy. Canada is the only G8 nation without a national suicide prevention strategy. This is an example how healthy discussion about a national problem can translate into a prescriptive policy change. These positive changes have become organic memorials to the memories of Nadia, Daron, Jamie — for all our sons and daughters who lost their lives battling mental health issues. A memorial more fitting than any statue or bench we could erect in their memory.


Rejoicing in little yellow flowers wedges. True, the issue of mowing the lawn will suddenly become complicated. For a time it will seem nicer: no pushing the lawnmower around. But then things other than dandelions will pop up and we might want to cut them, but we can’t do so without cutting the dandelions. The risk then is that the dandelions will become overwhelmed by, among other things, grass. Another problem is that dandelion season does not last forever. Modern man being what he is, he will undoubtedly attempt to extend the dandelion season, by artificial means if necessary. There will be new dandelion-stimulating chemicals, demands to ban them and that that old battle beginning again. No one said that dandelions would be a bed of roses. But don’t forget the positives, one of them being the glory of all that yellow, the other being not having to pick all that yellow. Traditionalists will take a dim view of the new pro-dandelion approach. They will do irrational things, such as writing letters to the editor and running for city council. But there are reasons for even them to be encouraged. Because it is always possible that when we want dandelions to grow, they won’t. This follows an age-old principle of gardening, which can be stated as follows: the harder you try to make a particular plant grow, the greater the likelihood of an entirely different plant growing in its place. In other words, it is possible that the best way to get rid of dandelions is by trying to grow them. Dandelions are like that. They know when they are not wanted. They take pride in popping up the morning after the proud male has picked the lawn clean with the dandelion device. Who is to say that they will not do the reverse — a disappearing act at a precisely the moment when we want them to appear? If that theory holds true, we are faced with the grim possibility that the lawn is here to stay, and that will have to mow it again.



ittle kids understand dandelions. Look at the pretty flower, they say. Look, Mommy, I picked a pretty flower for you. Grownups with lawns don’t understand dandelions. They have lost the ability to appreciate a pretty yellow flower and they want green grass instead. Grownups don’t understand how to get rid of dandelions, except by using chemicals which are outlawed in most places. So dandelions thrive, which is great for children and not so great for grownups with lawns. Women understand dandelion strategy. They let it be known that there’s a device that picks dandelions without the picker having to stoop. Men love devices and bring one home. Women say they can’t understand how the device works. Men, showing off, say, here, let me do it. Next thing you know, men are using the dandelion device. But the experts, and there are millions of them, take a dim long-run view of the dandelion device and all other cures. They say that no strategy outside of paving the lawn works against dandelions. So here’s a radical idea. Maybe we should just come to terms with them. Let dandelions be dandelions. Rejoice in yellow flowers all over the lawn. Ancient civilizations survived without green lawns and so can we. We just have to get used to it. Croquet will be a problem, for example. Golf courses might disappear, which is too bad, although it would save millions of dollars in green fees and new

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Growing up ‘small town’ a magical experience EMC lifestyle - When I was born at the Kemptville Hospital in 1968, my parents were living in an apartment above Anderson’s Ladies’ Wear (where To Be Continued Consignment is now). Soon we moved to a little bungalow on George Street, and then my sister Cathy came along. We grew up in a neighbourhood where the kids were outside all day when they weren’t in school, only coming in for meal times. Our neighbours were the Bartletts, the Algers, the Shays, then the Wisslers and the Bosiks. We climbed trees, played Barbies and G-I-Joes in the hedgerow, and put on dance performances on the front yard for passers-by in the cool of the evening. We walked to the town pool in summer and stopped by Raina’s Mall for candy (and cigarettes for Dad) on the way

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home. We didn’t have iPods, cell phones or computers. We barely had three channels of TV. How did we survive? A trip to McDonald’s, saved for special occasions, took close to an hour, straight up 44 through North Gower. Later we moved to the country, where we built tree forts, and rode horses. Highlights of summer included the summer fair in Riverside Park, and fireworks on Canada Day. Mom bathed us and put us in our pajamas after dinner, and we were laid out on sleeping bags in

the back of a station wagon. No seatbelts. After dark, we had a tailgate party, watching the fireworks. If we got tired, we were already in bed. Now that’s the way to do it. Like most kids growing up in a small town, I couldn’t wait to get out. I married at 19, and moved to the city. But years later, even after living overseas, I always felt Kemptville was my home. SOME CHANGES Kemptville has changed a lot in the past few decades, but in some ways it remains

the same. I believe we have retained our small-town spirit, although we have grown in size from the 4,000 people who lived here when I was born to the15,000 souls who call North Grenville home now. I do not think we will ever become a Barrhaventype suburban community, where we don’t know our neighbours. At least I hope we won’t. If you are raising a young family in Kemptville, good for you. I, for one, think you have made the right choice. This weekend we will celebrate all of the local talent that blooms in our small town. From art to music to food, we have some amazing hidden talent that is just waiting to be discovered. The Dandelion Festival is organized by a group of volunteers who are just as proud of Kemptville as I am. They

want everyone to know what we’re all about. We have talented artists in this community. Painters. Photographers. Songwriters and musicians. Come to Riverside Park this weekend and experience some of the work they are doing. Bring your lawnchair to the main stage, grab yourself a snack and settle in for the show. A steady stream of entertainment is planned, from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon. Rediscover the businesses of Old Town Kemptville. Many of them will have sidewalk sales and specials on festival weekend. On Saturday, I will be live on location for Kemptville’s new radio station, STAR 97.5fm. Come and say hi! I will also MC the fashion show for To Be Continued—one of my favourite places to find great deals. On Sunday, the Kemptville

Kinsmen Farmers’ Market opens for the season. Sample fresh samosas, chutneys and lemonade and stock up on baked goods, or just get to know the vendors who will bring you farm-fresh meats and vegetables later in the season. If you’ve got children—or if you’re still a child yourself—head to the Kids’ Zone where the Reptile Rainforest and petting zoo will keep you entertained for hours. And if you head over to the dunk tank between 11 and 11:30, for a small fee you can dunk The Accidental Farmwife. Bring the family out, meet your neighbours, and teach your kids about their hometown. The Dandelion Festival is just one more reason to love Kemptville. Be proud of your little community, and proud of yourself for choosing to live here.


Ottawa needs an updated plan to deal with Emerald Ash Borer $1,000 to cut down and replace a tree. And, this doesn’t include the cost of disposing of the wood or the replacement of young saplings that do not survive. Ash trees quickly become brittle as they die, meaning they must be removed due to the public safety hazard. The loss of these trees will also result in direct personal cost to homeowners in reduced property values (estimated to be 2.4 per cent of the market value of your home) and increased energy costs. We will also lose the

benefits trees provide in controlling storm water run off and improving the quality of our air and health. The City of Ottawa’s plan to treat EAB has not been updated since 2008. The city should immediately adopt an Adaptive Management approach that is based on current science and the success of a treatment option available for Ash trees. It is what a growing number of other cities like Burlington and Hamilton have recently announced they are doing. Otherwise, Ottawa taxpay-



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EMC business – Whether you are a prospective employee or a prospective employer, Dr. Denis Cauvier – a world renowned authority on hiring practices – has a lot to share on human nature, motivation, and money. “The first week on the job is critical to set the tone, for both the employer and employee,� Cauvier said. “It’s about reciprocity; just as you are keen to give a good impression, the company needs to be the same.� Cauvier is a professional speaker appearing before audiences in 47 countries - far more than his peers in Canada and abroad - and has saved companies millions of dollars in human resources (HR) along the way. He is an international bestselling author of eight books with over one million copies sold. An expert who has appeared in America’s top newspapers and television shows, the Ottawa Valley resident is a pioneer on a philosophy that encourages clients to invest wisely in HR. He maintains that doing so will reduce the time and cost of hiring, increase productivity levels, reduce employee turnover, enhance customer satisfaction, improve sales, and increase profit.

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A world leader in human resources, professional speaker Denis Cauvier says a cup of coffee can be more than a cup of coffee. It can reflect a company’s core values, the values of its employees, affect ethical issues such as fair trade practices each of us wrestles with, and solidify a base of loyal costumers.


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Cauvier is often called in when high staff turnover and other measures have reached a critical level. The problem for many managers and others near the top of the company is the inability to see the big picture. They struggle with dayto-day operations and boosting revenue to cover costs being sucked out the back door. He insists a company has to create and stick to its vision, mission statement and other policies. That will build brand recognition and attract a solid

company to institute a vetting process for promotions, training programs for supervisors, new job descriptions and standards, and a guarantee that the past would remain in the past. A year later, in 2008, turnover was at 11 per cent. Losses totalled just $200,000. “They were very happy. Absenteeism was down, safety was up. Morale was up,� he said. “It’s humane resources, not inhuman resources.� He added that many people spend more time with coworkers than family members. It’s important to be firm on issues, not on people. YOUNG PRESIDENTS ORGANIZATION

It’s been a long journey for Cauvier. When he was starting out in the business world, human resources issues were “looked down on.� It was a division for loyal employees, a reward, a pastureland. Now it is taught in universities and has proven to better the bottom line. There is a respect for the theories and practices around HR. And Cauvier is among those who brought about the change. Among the most prestigious business groups in the world is the Young Presidents Organization, with a membership of 19,000 worldwide. Only CEOs of companies with $50 million can apply. To speak before the group is analogous to a politician speaking before the United Nations general assembly. When they invited Cauvier, they said he was the top expert on human resources on the planet right now. “Just to do a chapter event in Ottawa would have been an honour. But the global leadership Summit? A little lad from Arnprior?� he said. “For this organization to come calling – it was a big deal for me.�




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It all makes for great selling points to prospective clients today; not so much in the late 1980s, before the term “motivational speaker� was coined, when he was young man struggling to advise business leaders. Back then they doubted he had the experience to teach anything. Cauvier knew he had some convincing to do, beyond pointing to his business degree. So he turned the question back on his audience, asking them how many workers they’ve hired. Turns out none had his experience in hiring hundreds of people, despite their many years in business. General experience was no match for specific experience. That’s the kind of insights Cauvier uses when discussing the art of business. At other times he relies on his general experience. Over the course

of a fascinating career, Cauvier has: • worked in the middle of the savannah in mud huts with no electricity as an economic development consultant to an African king; • facilitated strategic planning sessions with an Arabian sheikh; • own on a $60-million private jet for several days exploring the concepts of business success and financial freedom with Paul Orfalea, founder of Kinkos; • sat with First Lady Hazel Manning at St. Ann’s, the official residence of the prime minster of Trinidad and Tobago, discussing leadership and youth self-esteem issues; • led a paintball team in a jungle as part of a CEO leadership retreat in the Philippines. Another example of specific experience has to do with confidence. The truism that says “hire for attitude and train for competenceâ€? more or less holds up for him. Crucial to that attitude, though, especially for younger less experienced people, is confidence. Cauvier tells the story of one of his first jobs. He convinced the boss to let him work the first week for free. If the boss found him indispensible, he would be hired. If not, they’ll go separate ways.

customer basis. A favourite example is Starbucks. The company sells coffee, sure, but it also sells an experience. “Its core values are your core values,â€? he said of customers. “They are really practicing what they preach.â€? Starbucks appeals to young, ethical-purchasing consumers through its fair-trade coffee beans. But it does much more. The baristas are young, interested in the arts, highly educated and travel extensively. In short, a mirror image of the customer. Neither minds paying a lot for a quality cup of coffee. “Your core values should be a brand extension,â€? he said. “Because like-minded people will come.â€? Those are companies using best practices. A large Albertabased meat production plant was using worst practices before Cauvier stepped in. The province was experiencing a significant labour shortage in 2007 (Tim Hortons paid $13.75 per hour). The meat packing industry works on razor sharp proďŹ t margins. But with a 68 per cent turnover – 548 employees out of 800 – revenue was evaporating. It cost $2,248 to train and ready a worker, which translated to $1.3 million in losses. “They said ‘Help.’â€? Cauvier did the reach and found out 90 per cent of the turnover happened in the first 30 days on the job. Morale was horrible, too, thanks to policies such as promoting within based on tenure – not on merit or willingness to become managers. The welcome committee consisted of a safety policies movie and an operations book to study. The company was failing to reciprocate, and employees were taking note. Cauvier convinced the


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EMC news – Reducing the number of city wards and creating a borough system will likely be on city council’s agenda later this year. Addressing his one outstanding campaign promise during an online live chat hosted by Metroland reporter Laura Mueller on May 17, Watson said he would like to see the size of council reduced before the next municipal election in 2014. “For our city, compared to almost every other Canadian city, we have a higher number of elected officials. I would like to see tat [sic] reduced in time for the next election,” Watson wrote in the live chat that appears monthly on his website, jimwatsonottawa. ca. “I made a commitment to bring forward this term of council, and I hope to do that before the end of this year to seek public and council input,” he added. Watson proposed the borough system in August of 2010 during the municipal election campaign, saying it could help reduce the disconnect some Ottawans still feel more than a decade after amalgamation. While Watson has said he doesn’t think amalgamation

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was a bad idea, the process hasn’t been without challenges. In 2010, he suggested reducing the number of councillors – and wards – from 23 to between 14 and 17. To boost representation, that was suggested to be supplemented by four boroughs with members that could have full jurisdiction over local matters for their area of the city. The idea would save money, Watson said during the election, and bring Ottawa’s elected representation in line with other cities. The issue will form part of the work of the governance renewal subcommittee, which so far has looked at a lobbyist registry for the city. A look into the number and structure of the city’s citizen advisory committees is also underway.


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EMC sports – In the end, they were all champions. Some 200 students took to the field and the gym at West Carleton Secondary School (WCSS) last Friday to take part in the annual Tournament of Champions. The day-long event featured 20 teams, both recreational and competitive, going head to head in a variety of sports. The sporting activity was organized by the school’s athletic council and according to Grade 12 student and council member Tina LiuSun, the aim is physical activity and fun. “It brings the school to-

gether,” she said. “It’s a fun day.” Members of the student council monitored activities and facilitated the busy day. With music blasting, a total of 10 recreation teams and 10 competitive teams engaged in a variety of athletic competitions. Teams featured an equal number of male and female students. Teams received two points for a win, one for tie, none for a loss and one point for spirit, awarded by the main official. The fun began bright and early at 8 a.m. and went until 2:15 p.m. Teams played basketball, volleyball, bordenball, soccer baseball, soccer, ultimate Frisbee and touch

football. “It’s competitive at all levels but it is fun,” added LiuSun. WCSS physical education teacher Kelly Goto, who also supervises the athletic council, said the spring Tournament of Champions is big event. A smaller version is also held in the fall. “We always get a fantastic turnout (for the spring event),” she observed. “It is definitely one of our more successful athletic events.” Goto added having this event close to the end of the school year is a good way for students to cut loose and direct their energy into sports. “At this point of the year,

with only a few weeks (of school left), kids need this to get through to the end,” she stated. The event also generates support from the community surrounding the school as local businesses sponsor the event. The names of the sponsors were clearly printed on the back of the differentcoloured team shirts worn by participants. The winning team from each league was awarded a trophy. Their names will be engraved on it and it will be passed along to next year’s winners. A number of individual prizes were also handed out.

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Athletics and fun were the name of the games during the West Carleton Secondary School annual Tournament of Champions last Friday. Students took part in sports such as touch football (far left) and soccer baseball. WCSS athletic council member Tina LiuSun is seen kicking the ball during a round of soccer baseball. Volleyball proved to be a challenging game for both the recreation and competitive teams during the tournament. In the photo above, Grade 12 Kevin Ferguson (left) challenges Grade 9 student Oliver Ewish at the net during a game. Close to 200 students took part in the event.

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Bordeleau officially handed reigns of OPS during ceremony Brier Dodge

EMC news - New Police Chief Charles Bordeleau got the pomp and circumstance of his official change of command ceremony at the Shenkman Arts Centre on May 14. The ceremony was held later than usual, partially because of the availability of Senator Vern White. Organizers also wanted to hold the event during police week to celebrate policing, Bordeleau said. He had already had his official swearing in ceremony on

March 5, but received the formal Tipp Staff at the changeof-command. The Tipp Staff is a replica of the original, presented in 1863 to the first police chief, Robert Ross. Several former police chiefs were in attendance. The ceremony also included an official presentation of the Ottawa Police Service colours. “It’s an honour for me to lead this police staff now into the future,� Bordeleau said. “Every day to wake up and to be the chief of police for the

nation’s capital is such a huge honour.� The formal inspection by the new chief included officers, civilians, volunteers and auxiliary officers. He said his priorities are guns and gangs, domestic violence and traffic enforcement. He indicated he also wants to encourage officers to continue work in schools educating students and parents about gang activity recognition. Bordeleau flagged the continued creativity by officers conducting traffic enforcement, such

as those who recently posed as homeless people to catch distracted drivers. “The chief of police is one of the most important jobs in the city,� said Mayor Jim Watson, who was joined by Coun. Eli El-Chantiry. Sen. White offered a formal address, reflecting briefly on his 31 years of service where he worked in 16 communities. “I wish Chuck all of the luck he’ll need some nights,� White said. “I think he’ll do a tremendous job.�


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Senator and former Chief Vern White (left) passes the ceremonial Tipp Staff to new Chief Charles Bordeleau on May 14 at the Shenkman Arts Centre during the official change of command ceremony.

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St. Mike’s Revs Up to Read St. Michael’s School in Fitzroy Harbour celebrated its involvement in the 2012 Rev Up to Read literacy festival with a visit from some special guests and their vehicles last week. Students were thrilled to visit with the drivers and their vintage or unique cars. Above, Eric Rutledge and William Van der Byl give Hagen Hohn’s 1992 248 TS Series Special Limited Edition Ferrari four thumbs up. At left, Spencer Wilson has a peek at Bob Booth’s 1932 Ford. Rev Up to Read involves logging the amount of time students spend reading, with prizes being given for the most time. The progress of the readers was marked on a racetrack in Emma, Layne and Ava Wilson are especially excited to visthe school hallway and St. Mike’s was well on its way to it with their grandfather Elmer Dolan and his 1940 Ford reaching or passing its goal of 65,000 minutes. Deluxe.


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Available immediately! 3 bedroom bungalow withretail numerous space, recent plus 340 sq. ft. office space and improvements including laminate & ceramic fl500 oors,sq.fresh ft. ofpaint, storage space at rear, employee 91 Bank Street, S, renFrew bathroom & more! Affordable living just off Hwyparking 417. Move in for2nd storey former apartment, shorT walk To downTown at rear. Christmas! Call Lizprice Asking $ 174,500 Mls #829416 $164,500 basement for storage, gas heating furnace 2001 and central air.


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2 Bed room Condo, end unit in central location, walk to downtown or the mall. Mature adult orientated quiet building. MLS#820581


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ListiNg asking asking $249,900 el features family room with wet bar.$244,900 Large front & home improvements including laminate & ceramic floors, fresh paint, Madawaska Riveroff1/10th ownership. 3 bedrooms, built in appliances, JUST NEW NEW CONDO FOR SALE ed workshop. Enjoy watersports, snowmobiling at your bathroom & more!LISTED Affordable living just Hwy 417. Move in for PRICE No snow to shovel… Affordable living in this 2 bedroom on second level front walkout lower level features family room with wet bar. Large front & Christmas! Call Liz Asking $ 174,500 ur next move here Just call Liz! Asking $259,900 of security elevator building centrally located. Includes appliances, internal rear decks. Detached workshop. Enjoy watersports, snowmobiling at your MLSLiz to turn the key! Asking $126,900 laundry. Ready for new owners. Call doorstep. Make your next move here Just call Liz! Asking $259,900 #804035

area, hardwood floors in living room, main floor den can be converted to 3rd bed room on main level, large back yard deck, large bath room, large open lower level family room, master bed room on lower level features large cedar linen closet and gas fire place. Gas heated, insulated 2 car attached garage work shop, large 3 car wide driveway.



95 Acre hobby farm, 10 min west of Arnprior on Goshen Rd. with access to HWY 17.MLS Log home with many upgrades. Lrg living rm, lots of room for expansion, log barns with standing stalls, open pasture & tillable, plus bush at rear. #811414

Perfect bungalow MLS for retirees or family home on country size lot. Owners are#803870 ready to move, are you? 4 levels living space just off Hwy 417. level. Access to 2 streets. Numerous recent improvements. 5 3 bedrooms, #804035 3 baths, double attached garage, finished walk out lower MLS 3+1croSSland bdrms, 2 baths, appliances, 111 drive, Fitzroydetached garage, inground pool, plenty bedrooms, 2 ½ baths. Attached garage. Options for Street granny suite or level, fenced yard1847 for children or pets. Let us helpHedGe you make 57 poole Upper SprUce Spr e your next move #814367 Har HarBoUr brick bungalow on The of room for everyone. Call Liz to make your offer. Asking 249,900 oPeN to 1/10th built$284,900 in appliances,gReat homeownership. business. CallNew Liz3forbedrooms, full details. Asking here.famiLy Now asking $254,900 Mls#832195 Mls#824399 3 bedroom bungalow with numerous recent Available immediately! offeRs



StIttSvILLe exeCUtIve HoMe Stunning 4 bdr, 3 bath home in Deer Run. Hardwood, gorgeous kitchen, luxurious en suite. Close to parks and transit. $499,900 MLS #831401


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Great family home in newer subdivision, open concept design washed oak kitchen with built in dishwasher. Large bright dining room with access to large back yard, wrap around deck (22 x 10) + (10 x 8) and 24 foot salt water above ground pool, (2 yrs. old). Good sized foyer and 2 piece bath on main level, 2 car attached garage, basement is framed and has rough in for future bath and waits your finish touch. Gas heat and central air.

MLS 486 Deer Run Road, Pakenham. Perfect for the growing family, this 4 bdrm home is situated on a #815432 486 Deer Run Road, Pakenham. Perfect for the growing family, this 4 bdrm home is situated on a MLS 3½ acre lot & offers great living space,#806938 large lvingrm & lower level familyrm. Bright kitchen 3½ offersacre lot & offers great living space, large lvingrm & lower level familyrm. Bright kitchen offers own boss stoP 486road Deerto Runthe Road, Perfect for104 the growing home is situated on a Bartle lane plenty cupboard formal dining offersclientel. patioriver doors 50Pakenham. footyourmulti-tiered deck!family, Pridethis of4 bdrm 187 allan drivedowntown 1263 Established on space, corner Arnprior.rmGreat Turn key operation. Be own boss ReNt-ofrestaurant plenty cupboard space,offers formal dining rm offers patio doors to the 50 foot multi-tiered deck! Pride renTlvingrm every suMMer when 3½ acre lot & offersfuRNished great living space,wwhy large & lower levelyoufamilyrm. BrightExecutive kitchen seMi deTached wiTh appliances ottawa RiveRThree levels living/workshop/in hi-ranch bungalow on 1.84 acre landscaped lot in established neighbouriNg/iNvest view Established restaurant on corner downtown Arnprior. Great clientel. Turn key operation. Be your own boss can own This one? Mls#825065 Asking $269,900 of ownership can be seen throughout this home. Call Clint for more info. full back addiTion Mls# law/sTudio Mls#825130 and grow your& own business. For822016 detail Call Liz. Asking $59,900 hood. VeryPride bright home with oak diningCall room Clint has access back patio deck, Asking $269,900 plenty of cupboard space, formal dining rm offers patio doorsoftoownership the 50 foot multi-tiered deck! cottage heRe! can be seen throughout thiskitchen, home. fortomore info. asking $59,900 asking $174,500 asking $288,900 hardwood floors in living room, lower level boasts finished family room with gas fire

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place & bar area, 2 car attached garage, large paved driveway, wired for generator, natural gas at street, new roof 2011. MLS #825225

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25+ years of Real Estate Sales, Remax Hall of Fame Member 161 Fireside Drive, Constance Bay Desirable forest property, 1 acre lot, large 3 bedrm home with a versatile layout for any family type, den, famrm, solarium, whirlpool bath, formal livrm & dinrm, fireplace, 2 car garage, huge mudrm/laundry rm, c/air, natural gas heating, deck & more! Walk to beach & enjoy nature trails! $387,900

HOBBY FARM! 5116 Woodkilton Road, Maclaren’s Landing 25 acre hobby farm Pretty setting! Cozy 4 bedrm Viceroy 2 storey home, cathedral ceiing & floor-to-ceiling gas fireplace in livrm, 3 baths, balcony off master bedrm, finished walkout basement with woodstove, rec rm & den, terrific 20’ x 40’ barn with studio loft, 2 car garage. Home needs some updating but shows well with an unique layout! $389,900

New Listing! 90 Mattawa Crescent, Bridlewood Wow! 1779 sq. ft. 3 bedrm, 3 bath bungalow not including finished basement with recrm, den, guest room, 4 pce bath, workshop & 2 storage rms, 2 gas fireplaces, big eat-in kitchen open to famrm, back deck with motorized awning, large master, 6 pce ensuite & walk-in closet, main flr laundry, veranda, 86’ x 96’ lot, gardens & shed! $459,900

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OPEN HOUSE MAY 27TH 2:00-4:00 PM 140 Creek Drive, Fitzroy Harbour Stunning 3 bedrm log 2 storey home built in 2008 with square reclaimed log in a quaint & friendly community only 30 mins to Kanata, 130’ x 86’ lot, lovely stone fireplace in livrm, sunny & charming eat-in kitchen,2 baths, full basement, deck, includes 5 appls. Beautiful inside & out! $309,900


New Listing! Waterfront Lot! 304 Riverwood Drive, Maclarens Landing Breathtaking 70’ x 135’ llot on the Ottawa River only 30 minutes from Kanata with moutain view! Excellent waterfront for docking large boat, swimming & fishing, private sand beach in neighbourhood. Build your dream home now & dock your boat & enjoy trips up to the lot for a getaway from the city until time comes to build! $169,900


New Listing! OPEN HOUSE MAY 27TH 2:00-4:00 PM 3297 Panmure Road, Deerwood Estates area, Kinburn Pretty 3 bedroom bungalow, private setting on a 100’ x 150’ lot, paved parking for 6 or more cars, huge 2 car garage, updated windows, roof, kitchen & bathrms with ceramic flring, pine flring in livrm & bedrms, front & rear decks, includes appliances, quick commute to the city! $299,900


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613-623-7303 VALLEY WIDE REAL ESTATE BRokERAgE $220,000 Cozy 2 storey home in the Village of White Lake home of snowmobile trails and awesome fishing all on your front door step. Large 3-car garage with other outbuildings for storage. Water and electricity to the garage/ workshop 30 x 30 ft garage. $220,000. MLS#812088

New lISTINg $475,000. Large two storey brick home with 4 bedrooms on 2.2 acre lot. Smaller 2 storey home on same property with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Large Steel building, great for storage, also goes with this unique property. Property is presently zoned residential but could become commercial. MLS#829526


$304,900 Five bedroom, 2bathroom Hi-ranch on large in town lot. Wrap around deck, with 2 sets of patio doors. Fully finished lower level which also could be rented out. Single car garage. Within walking distance to the ottawa R and stores. MLS# 830046




Lovely 2 storey home in excellent location. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and large double car garage with inside entry. open concept in design featuring lovely hardwood floors, and lots of windows for brightness. Full basement with family room and roughed in bathroom. MLS#828443

$309,900 Country living at the best. Look no further, this home is in excellent condition and is located between Arnprior and Renfrew, featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a walk-out basement. MLS #829033

Located on Lorlei Dr on the Madawaska River. Excellent fishing and boating. Lot already has well and clearing for your home. MLS # 824114



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Unique 3 bedroom 3 bath home overlooking the ottawa R. and only 5 minutes from the Arnprior golf Course. Built in 2005,it has cathedral ceilings, pot lighting, hardwood and ceramic floors,2 fireplaces and wonderful views from the private deck. $339,900. MLS#831917


37 TIERNEY ST.S., ARNPRIOR Well-kept and beautifully decorated & updated this 2+ bedroom home is worth a look even if the street is under construction! Hardwood & ceramic floors,updated kitchen and baths,main floor laundry and a private rear yard. NEW PRICE $196,500. MLS#828250

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Affordable 1+ bedroom bungalow as cute as can be inside and ready for accupancy! Private rear yard and garage. Someone is missing out on a good property!$129,900. MLS#823726 oFFERS

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Custom-built 4 bedroom home in an exclusive subdivision close to golf and the ottawa r. with cathedral ceilings, hardwood and ceramic floors, granite counter tops, lovely ensuite bath, walk-out basement and separate garage /workshop.$589,900.MLS#818989

TAKE HWY 29S TOWARDS PAKENHAM THEN WEST ON SHAW RD.TO LUNNEY RD.PROPERTY AT THE END. A rare find! 59 acres on the Madawaska Headpond with approx.5000’ of shoreline. Immaculate custom-built 3 bedroom brick bungalow with a triple car garage/workshop. Cottage,home and hobby farm all in one! A pleasure to show. $799,000. MLS#810882

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First time buyers, Attractive 3 bedroom , bright ,clean, newer flooring, siding, shingles, sundeck, windows and doors, freshly painted WoW. MLS# 831975 oFFERED AT $185,900. Call Donna or Mike Defalco 613-623-2602





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ATTENTIoN FAMILIES! 2650 SQUARE Sun. May 27th 2-3:30pm IN ToWN 4 SPACIoUS BEDRooMS, 1.5 FooT CUSToM BUILT DoYLE HoME. IMPECCABLY MAINTAINED 3 BEDRooM 2 Charming 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, baths, formal dining room, main floor AMAZINg REAR YARD, WALk To INDooR SToREY , huge rear yard, ( fenced, gazebo, beautiful property, wired workshop, carport, den, wood floors, single garage, walk to patio), gas, woodstove, c/air, show like new, SWIMMINg PooL AND ARENAS EXCELLENT MLS# 829492. offered at $214,900. ammenities, MLS $199,900. Call MLS# 828480. offered at $347,500. Your VALUE! MLS#829627. $374,900. Call Your host Donna Defalco 613-623-7303 Donna or Mike Defalco host Mike Defalco 613-623-7303 Donna or Mike Defalco 613-623-2602

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OPEN hOuSE SaT. May 26Th 2-4PM gorgeous townhome on premium, oversized lot. Numerous upgrades have been completed. Features covered front verandah and stone patio for your outside enjoyment. Beautiful custom kitchen, upgraded flooring throughout, gas fireplace, ensuite bath and walk-in closet off master, main floor laundry room, double garage, central air and vac., appliances included. All for $339,900. MLS# 832082

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Spacious 2 bedroom home in adult community park on White Lake. Newer kitchen is open to living room, laminate floors throughout. Large dining room, 14’x20’ deck with views of the lake, enclosed carport, 5 appliances included. Call Monica.

FIRST TIME BuyER Located close to downtown this large 4 bedroom home features laminate floors throughout, renovated kitchen, main floor laundry, parking for 4 vehicles. A little TLC will go a long way. And under the siding you will find the original log home it once was. go to MLS 828524 for more photos and info. Asking $149,500. Call Monica for your personal viewing.

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addictions and legal troubles. Trying to deal with the appropriate agencies can quickly weave into a messy web of phone calls and wait lists, appointments and professionals. Not to mention that many of the youth in the program have never been formally diagnosed with a mental-health issue because they haven’t seen a family doctor in years. When the youth services bureau took a poll of the youth living in their shelters and housing, they found 45 per cent reported having been diagnosed, or showing symptoms of mental health problems. Eva’s Initiative, based out of Toronto, recently reported 54 per cent of those polled had mental health issues – and 84 per cent didn’t have the proper support available. With the Youth in Transition program, 20 Ottawa youth are now set up with a case worker

who meets with them at least twice a week. With four workers who started in January, the program will be capped at about 45 clients. “I’m probably the first professional adult they’ve trusted,” said Sean Perrault, who is one of the four workers. “These are the most marginalized youth we see, and we’re able to break down those walls.” Perrault works to untangle the web of agencies and appropriate services and make sure that the youth are referred to the proper people, while also providing counseling. “They feel that they’re taken care of,” said Sabourin. “Before, we would have just dealt with crisis management. There was so much demand on the system; workers were just doing their best to manage.” Many of the youth aren’t in a typical school system



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with guidance counselors or professionals to make the often-needed referrals to access help. That’s why the Youth in Transition program can be accessed through self-referral of youth coming to the drop-in clinic. A client coming to the centre for lunch, to use the computers, laundry facilities or other services would just have to wander a few feet to find a staff member who could help them refer themselves into the program. The transition from a youth under 18 to a legal adult can often wreak havoc on clients who are already in the system, which is why the program serves youth up to 24. Turning 18 can often start the waitlist process all over to gain access to appropriate services. “That year on the wait list can have huge impacts,” Sabourin said. While waiting, the case workers are staying up to date and making sure they still having counseling and accessing groups. Having a caseworker dedicated to co-ordinated, longterm care has already made a difference in many of the youth already in the program. Perrault proudly reflected on one of his clients, who entered a detox program and has stayed sober since. Sabourin mentioned another who was able to finish high school and get their diploma with the help of the case worker. “We’re inspiring hopes and helping these young people develop into proper adults,” said Perrault.

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EMC news - A contentious proposal to create a mentalhealth memorial on the site where Nadia Kajouji’s body was discovered along the Rideau River garnered the support of the Old Ottawa East Community Association at a meeting on May 7. The proposal to mark the spot at Clegg’s Landing where the body of the 18-year-old Carleton University student was found on April 20, 2008 after she took her own life was met with some opposition at an initial meeting on March 13. Kajouji’s well-publicized disappearance was followed by the discovery she had taken her own life at the urging of a Minnesota nurse whom she chatted with online. He was found guilty of aiding her suicide last year. The circumstance is an opportunity to create a positive response to a unique situation, said Catherine Pacella, a community association board member who is now leading the memorial initiative, adding that it could be an opportunity to raise awareness and create support for those affected by mental health issues. It was suggested that the memorial might gain more

community support if it was a simple marker featuring Kajouji’s name and the dates of her birth and death, but some community association members felt that would be a missed opportunity. “For me, the important thing is the recognition of that story,” said board member Stephen Pope. “Initially, it was a strong statement on mental health,” he said, adding that he was becoming less interested in the project as talk strayed from that mission. There was still vocal opposition to the idea before it was approved by the community association’s board on May 7. Jim Strang, a resident of King’s Landing, said he was “very much against” spending public or community association money on any kind of memorial. “If it’s about grieving, that can be done in their own home, church or even under a tree,” Strang said, adding that he would rather see community association funds spent on something “more lively for children.” Board member Ron Rose felt the community association should not spend its money on the memorial, but that individuals interested in such as project could contribute their own funds.

Resident Heather Jarrett was also opposed to the idea of a suicide or mental-health memorial and said that neighbours have told her “it feels like the flavour of the month.” Instead, Jarrett said she would prefer a rest and contemplation space that is “life affirming.” In the end, the community association’s board did settle on supporting a rest and contemplative area, but one that recognizes mental health issues. The financial contribution was approved in a 5-4 vote on May 7. Jarrett also expressed worry that the spot could become a space sought out by people intent on “copy-cat” suicides. Community association president John Dance said the police department in Aberdeen, Wash. said there have been no suicides at a high-profile memorial to rocker Kurt Cobain, who took his own life. The details of the permanent memorial haven’t been ironed out, but it could take the form of a seating boulder with a plaque or a memorial bench, which could cost between $2,500 and $5,000. The community association would contribute part of the cost. The spot is currently marked by a more makeshift memorial bench with items set up by Kajouji’s family.

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EMC events – West Carleton is singing the blues. Last summer, it was Johnny Winter who brought music lovers out in droves to the Constance Bay Community Centre. This year, organizers have announced that Grammy award winner John Mayall will headline a June 24 concert that will also feature blues guitarist David Gogo and musician Walt Wallace as openers. Mike Oatway, one of the event organizers, says people can expect another great show. “It’s a great night out,” says

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“It’s progress. That’s pretty much all I was hoping for at this point.” Parks and recreation director Glenn Arthur was asked two years ago to evaluate the Brockville dog park to see if a similar type of facility would work here. The last council was pressed by some dog owners to create a park at that time. Arthur said the project eventually fell victim to budgetary pressures, but remains in his department’s 10-year capital plans budget. At the time, he estimated the cost to fence in an area, provide ground covering and water bowls at $26,100. He said using part of the beachfront across from McLean Park would be the ideal location. Right now, some dog owners use the fenced-in ball diamonds. There is concern of dog owners not picking up after their animals in many parks

of reasons for the creation of a dog park, including: • it would attract young families to town; • it would help bylaw officers familiarize themselves with local dogs; • the tracking of spayed and neutered dogs would be easier; • other parks will have less dog feces; • people at other parks will be safer. Noel is happy with the response to the petition, given she has no experience in drumming up support for an initiative. “It was a good turnout,” she said. “If the exposure was out there longer we might have gotten even more names.” Mayor David Reid said staff will consider the petition when prioritizing capital expenditures during the 2013 budget season. Noel was satisfied that at least the process is underway.


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West Carleton Lawn Tractor Pulling Club is newest 4-H club Isaac Cousens

EMC news - Have you heard about the newest 4-H club in town? It’s called the West Carleton Lawn Tractor Pulling Club. The club’s leaders are Leah Richardson Dean and Barry Dean. The objective of the club is ‘To teach members to become more mechanically adept in order to modify existing lawn tractors to become more suitable for pulling’. The club has already had three meetings and will hold a total of five meetings. The first meeting was held on April 10 at M&R Feeds in Arnprior. Elections for the executive were held with the following results: president Tom Elliot, secretary Michael Cousens and press reporter Isaac Cousens. Leah

outlined what the club will doing at each meeting and that achievement day will take place during a local lawn tractor pulling event. Barry went over the lawn tractor pulling rules for both the driver and the tractor and stressed how important these rules are. They must be followed both at the club level and at competitions that club members may participate in. Each member is encouraged to have their own lawn tractor to work on, or perhaps share a tractor with one other person. Members are to bring their tractors to each meeting along with a set of appropriate tools. The second meeting was held on April 26 again at M&R Feeds. The meeting began with Leah explaining Parliamentary Procedure to

the members, which is an important part of any 4-H meeting. Next, Barry Dean discussed the four things required for a motor to runfuel, spark, oil and oxygen. The members learned how to d a “walk around check” of their lawnmowers to look for things such as: leaks, worn belts, loose wires, fluid levels (gas & oil), air filter, carburetor, battery charge, condition of spark plugs, height of hitch, condition of throttle & choke, brakes, steering etc. Checks like these are important and will help the driver have a safe pull. Another important component of 4-H meetings is judging, and this meeting was no exception. We judged a class of wrenches with Peter Devlin giving the official

Smog advisory declared, then lifted EMC news – In what could be the beginning of a long, hot late spring and summer, the West Carleton area was included in a smog advisory on the weekend. A smog advisory area declared by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment was expanded during the mid-afternoon Sunday to include a large area of Eastern Ontario, including Ottawa and much of Renfrew and Lanark counties. Hot and sunny conditions with southerly winds re-

reasons. The third meeting took place at the Carp Fair Grounds on May 10. The meeting began with our first stab at doing the Parliamentary Procedure. After the minutes were read, Ted Cousens made a motion to adopt the minutes from the previous meeting with Devon Dean seconding the motion. Barry Dean talked about

tires and weights and how to use them correctly to gain the best advantage when pulling. We then judged a class of tires of various shapes and sizes with Devon Dean and Isaac Cousens demonstrating their knowledge by giving their reasons with Barry Dean giving the official set of reasons. Glenn Carroll proceeded to give an interesting talk on

how to load tires with various types of fluids which would help give our tractors more traction and stability when pulling. He also explained the importance of air pressure, rim and tire sizes and how to read that information. We ended the meeting with an informal drag race with our tractors with Dawson Budau emerging as the winner.

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sulted in elevated smog levels in southern, central, northern, and eastern Ontario. The smog advisory was lifted just after 5:30 p.m. Monday. Increasing wind speeds allowed for mixing and dispersion of pollutants, resulting in cleaner air in the air quality, explained the ministry. With a hotter and drier summer than normal predicted, it is expected to be the first of many smog advisories this summer.


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Centrum hosts fundraiser for the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa Centrum Summerfest to be held on June 2 Blair Edwards

EMC news - An event aiming to assist the thousands of youth who seek help with mental health issues in Ottawa every month will be held at the Kanata Centrum on June 2. Sheila Greene, Centrum Summerfest’s organizer, said the event was created in memory of Jamie Hubley, a 15-year-old Glen Cairn boy who took his own life last October, after struggling with depression following years of bullying in elementary school and high school. “It’s remembering the lives of our youngsters that are dealing with these mental health issues,” she said. One in five youth will suffer a mental health problem, with only a third of them receiving the services and help they need, according to the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa. “There’s no one that doesn’t have someone that hasn’t been affected by mental health issues,” said Greene. “It’s so sad. Greene said she remem-

bers Jamie as a talented young singer, who performed twice at a youth-talent show at the Centrum in previous summers. “One year his voice was changing – he was becoming a young man,” said Greene. “He was unhappy his voice was changing, but he was singing beautifully.” Centrum Summerfest will offer Midway rides for children, games of chance, a 50/50 draw and musical entertainment throughout the day, including the performance of “On My Way to Finding You,” a song dedicated to the memory of Jamie Hubley, by Ottawa country musician Drake Jenson. The Youth Services Bureau Ottawa will attend the event and will sell T-shirts and bracelets inscribed with the word “acceptance,” created to raise awareness about homophobia and bullying among Ottawa youth. Centrum Summerfest will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and all proceeds of the event will go to support the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa.

The games of chance will be run by friends of Jamie Hubley. Carleton-Mississippi Mills MP Gordon O’Connor and Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren will attend the event and invitations have been sent to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his wife, Laureen. Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley and Kanata North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson are unable to attend the event as they will be in Saskatoon, from June 1 to 4 for the annual Conference and Municipal Expo. YOUTH SERVICES BUREAU Ted Charette, fundraising chair of the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa, said there has been an increased demand for mental health services following the deaths of Jamie and Daron Richardson, a 14-year-old Ottawa girl who took her own life in 2010. “There has been an increase on all the services we

have since this tragic event,” he said. “We do know that after significant events like this there’s always an increase in the number of calls to the crisis line. “That’s due to awareness,” he said. The youth services bureau recently hired four full-time youth and family counselors – two working at the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre in Kanata and two providing service at schools among Ottawa’s four English and French school boards. “These are some of the things that money can do to expand our reach,” said Charette. The youth services bureau helps more than 3,000 youth and families every month, he said. The youth services bureau crisis line – available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for children and youth ages 18 and under who are experiencing a mental-health crisis and for parents, family, friends or service providers – is 613-260-2360.

Carp businesses named 2012 Consumer Choice winners Carp-based businesses:e: Advanced Air Quality Inc, duct and furnace cleaners, 202 - 144 Wescar Lane Carp and Laurysen Kitchens, kitchen cabinet manufacturer and designer, 2415 Carp Rd. Consumer Choice Award (CCA) was established in 1987 and is considered the most distinguished award for business excellence in Canada. This is the only organization in North America to recognize business excellence by conducting third party market research of both the consumer & business community with statistical accuracy. The research method determines all the service providers, ultimately selects the top ranked companies, and establishes the winner within each industry. Consumer Choice Award

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EMC business - Consumer Choice Award is thrilled to announce the 2012 Top Service Providers in the home sector for the greater Ottawa area. We would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to all this year’s winners; your dedication to superior service has resonated with the people of the city of Ottawa. Each year across Canada, Consumer Choice Award gathers opinions, perceptions and expectations through the responses of thousands of consumers and businesses. All winners have gone through a rigorous selection process conducted by a third party research firm to ensure only the most outstanding service providers are the winners within their respective industry. Among the winners are two

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Ward 5 West Carleton-March Depot for Household Hazardous Waste

Think twice before venturing onto ice If it’s corrosive, flammable or poisonous it’s the hazardous waste. These types of products contaminate water and

landfills and should never be poured have downbeen the drain Even though December temperatures mild, or put out with your regular garbage. To help you dispose the Ottawa Drowning Prevention Coalition wants to of these products safely, the City of Ottawa operates remind when the temperatures go Depots. down, severalresidents one-day that Household Hazardous Waste awareness of the in dangers of being on orheld around ice and The next Depot our area is being on Sunday, May 27, at needs Waste to Management, Westbrook open water go up. When254 water begins to Road, freeze from 9am to 4pm. For the full listing of products that can on rivers, lakes, the Rideau Canal and other open bodies be dropped off at the depot go to of water it may look solid but is often still dangerous. If you want go out#66 ontoAnnual the ice,Pancake rememberBreakfast the thickness Fire to Station should be: On Sunday, May 27, come out and meet your neighbours and your rural firefighters at Dunrobin Fire Station #66’s annual pancake breakfast. Breakfast * 15 cm for walking or skating alone will be served by the volunteer firefighters of Station #66 from 7:30am to * 20 cm for skating parties or games 11:30am at the Dunrobin Fire station at Dunrobin Road * 25 cm for snowmobiles and Vances Side Road. A hearty breakfast of jumbo * 35 cm for fishingsausages, huts pancakes, bacon, juice, tea and coffee will be As a guideline, clear blue iceand is usually the12strongest; served up. Cost is $6/adult $4/kids and under.

white opaque or snow ice is half as strong as blue ice. Crime Prevention Ottawaindicates Public Meeting Grey ice is unsafe. The greyness the presence Crime Prevention Ottawa is reviewing its activities of water.

and identifying priorities for the next five years. Public meetings have been scheduled to engage residents Before theofice, theisLifesaving in this venturing process. onto One thecheck dates scheduled for Society’s<, May 29, from 6-8pm in the Constance Bay Community Centre’sguidelines basementfor (262 Len Purcell Drive). ing/ice-safety.aspx> staying safe, and reIf you are interested in participating, you can register view guidelines by The Canadian Red Cross<http://www. by contacting Francine Demers at 613-580-2424, ext.> on what to do 22454 or For a listing of ifdates/locations you get into trouble on the ice. When in doubt, simply of the other public meetings happening stay away from the ice,visit period. throughout Ottawa, Crime Prevention Ottawa’s website at

City’s 55 approved sledding hills are now Public Meeting on Tanger Outlet Mall in Kanata open

In November 2011, it was widely reported in local media that U.S.-based Tanger Factory Outlet Centers The of Ottawa openedRioCan its 55 approved sledding and City Canadian trusthas company bought 50 acres hills. Approved sledding hill locations are of land on Palladium Drive in Kanataand for safety a retailtips outlet shopping centre. When it is fully completed, the Outlet listed on < Centre will house approximately 350,000 square feet parks/sledding_hills/index_en.html><http://ottaof branded factory outlet retailers from Canada and the>. Residents are reminded to keep safety in mind, United States.

and to wear helmets while participating in winter activities such sledding. Thereaswill be a public meeting happening on Tuesday,

ANNOUNCEMENT Duncan Weir, Group Publisher, Eastern Ontario EMC publications, is pleased to announce the appointment of Donna Glasspoole to the position of General Manager of our Kingston and Frontenac EMC community newspapers. Originally from Hamilton, Ont., Donna relocated to Kingston in 1984. She has been married to her husband, Lorne Matthews Glasspoole, for 27 years and has three children: Jesse, Amberlee and Emma. Donna brings to her position as General Manager over 25 years of media sales experience in television, radio and print. After nine years as a manager with the Kingston Whig Standard, she went on to serve as VicePresident of the Osprey Media Group. Most recently, she was Vice-President of Classified Advertising Sales with Sun Media. Donna appreciates the value of community-based newspapers and is excited to join the team at the Kingston/Frontenac EMC. In her role as General Manager, Donna hopes to partner with the community to make the EMC the voice of the people and the paper of record here in Kingston.

May 29 from 7- 9pm in Hall C in the Mlacak Centre, 2500 Campeau Representatives Thank you forDrive. the food donationsfrom Tanger, RioCan and the City of Ottawa will be on hand to discuss the project and provide an overview of the site In December, I held first Wardto5attend Christmas Foodmore plan. Residents aremywelcome to learn Drive asking folksand to drop foodonce aboutby this project howoffit non-perishable will benefit them items at my ward office. I was simply overwhelmed by completed.

the generosity shown by residents. The food drive was Weekend happening Junefilled 2 and June 3 aGive hugeAway success! Four large boxes were to the The City of Ottawa Spring Give Away Weekend will take brim with food items! Everything donated went directly place on Saturday, June 2 and Sunday, June 3. Don’t put to the West Carleton Emergency FoodSet Aidthem to help your unwanted stuff in the garbage. out Ward at the 5curb families in need. everyone that drop off donations, on Give Away For Weekend. Tour your neighbourhood, community cityfor to your find hidden treasures. thank you soand much kindness. It’s times like these that truly make my job as Councillor so rewarding. My If you’re interested in participating simply put your residents have shown time and again that they are some unwanted items at the curb/end of your driveway and of the most compassionate within with the entire City place stickers or signs onpeople the items the word of Ottawa. “FREE.” Ensure any items that you want to keep are away from your giveaway treasures or tucked away

safely up in your At the end of the day, bring any Sign for garage. my Monthly e-Newsletter uncollected items back to your home. Give away items could include such things as books, CDs and DVDs, old Just a reminder that if you haven’t already done so, furniture and small appliances, construction materials, please up fordishes, my monthly email kitchensign gadgets, cutlery andnewsletter pot/pans. by go-

ing to <> www.eliel-chantiry. The Consumer Product Safety Bureau of Health ca<>.

Canada advises that used children’s items such as baby walkers, cribs, car seats, strollers, playpens, bath R0011251838-0119 seats, mattresses, blinds, toys and other child-related items should not be placed at the curb for Give Away Weekend.


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Fitzroy resident, ADMH shine spotlight on cancer Wife, mother shares story of breast cancer battle in hopes of helping others

EMC lifestyle – The last thing Leigh Ann Kyte ever wanted was to be in the spotlight. But if even one person is helped by hearing her story, she is prepared to tell it. In late fall 2009, the Fitzroy Harbour wife and mother of two found a lump in her breast. “I kind of put it off for a few weeks thinking it was nothing,” says Kyte. A visit with her general practitioner and she was on her way for an ultrasound and mammogram. “The results were in, in two days max,” says Kyte, a federal government employee. “And it came back as cancer.” Although Kyte did have a nagging feeling about the lump, the news came as a blow. “It was shocking,” she says. “I totally was not expecting that.” Surgery was performed in January and chemotherapy sessions started in April. Six rounds of chemo and 20 of radiation were a long haul for Kyte and her family. Kite said time seemed to be creeping along but she was lucky diagnosis and treatment happened were immediate. “Looking back on it, everything happened rather quickly,” she says. FORTUNATE

While cancer was a huge challenge, Kyte said she had daily reminders of how lucky she was. Sitting in treatment next to a mother of two young children, one of whom had been up sick all night, or a senior with no family or friends to accompany them to chemo

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appointments, put things into perspective for Kyte. “I would always be laying there with Jeff or my mom beside me. It wasn’t the worst thing in the world,” she says. “I had a really great support system.” Of course, there were down days. “Losing my hair was not fun,” recalls Kyte. Her positive attitude didn’t waver. “I think you just have to take it step by step, day by day. I never once for a minute thought ‘this is going to be it for me,’” says Kyte. “But I knew it was going to be a tough road to go down.” What surprised Kyte most about her journey? “I guess just how strong and supportive people are when it comes right down to it,” she says. Husband Jeff and kids Ryan, 15, and Emily, 13, joined other family members, friends and the community in supporting Kyte through the rough times. She was amazed at how everyone seemed to come forward with support and love and words of encouragement. Early detection and treatment are what saved Kyte, which is one reason she’s 100 per cent behind the campaign that is underway to raise funds for a digital mammography unit at Arnprior and District Memorial Hospital (ADMH).

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Reduce medical errors to save lives and money: author AD Derek Dunn

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EMC news – Critics of austerity measures say cutting hospital beds and workers isn’t the best way to save money. It seems counter-intuitive, but they maintain the best way is to open more beds and hire more cleaning staff. It would have the added benefit of preventing some 24,000 Canadians deaths caused by medical errors every year, they add. The critics stopped by Arnprior May 18 on a whirlwind tour of 15 cities and towns, including Ottawa. Their analogy is that of three jumbo jets crashing every week, killing 1,153 people, and how governments would move quickly to solve that problem. But when it comes to medical errors in the health-care system - where 18 per cent of patients are harmed - nothing is done. “It’s just taken as a string of personal tragedies that happen to individual families that no one links together,” said Michael Hurley, president of the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU). “We tolerate a failure level of one in five in the face of scientific studies that show how we can stop it.” William Charney, editor of the newly released book Epidemic of Medical Errors and Hospital-Acquired Infections, said governments have known for 20 years that overcrowding and improper cleaning are costly both in human suffering and tax spending. The book probes the systemic causes of preventable hospital deaths, including unsafe patient volumes, inadequate staffing levels, shift work, health care working conditions, lack of accountability, legal issues that conflict with patient safety issues, and staff training. Cutting jobs and inefficiencies in many sectors of the economy can improve the bottom line. Health care isn’t one of those sectors, Charney explained. When patients develop bedsores, C. difficile, and other hospital-acquired illnesses, the treatment cost can rise dramatically: anywhere from $10,000 to $85,000 in the case of bedsores. Properly staffed hospitals with nurses to routinely turn patients in the case of bedsores and workers to clean railings and other surfaces, would save tax dollars over the long haul, said Charney. He said Ontario Health Minister Deb Matthews’s approach that could see service and spending freezes is wrong-headed. Canada already spends between $7 and $10 billion annually on resolving medical errors and hospital infections. Together they are the second leading cause of death. “If you really want to go on austerity measures, this is how you do it: Putting money upfront will not only prevent errors and needless deaths, it will save health care dollars, because hospital stays will be shorter and liability costs will go down,” said Charney, who has 30 years of experience as a health and safety officer in Canadian and U.S. hospitals. “The minister has it all wrong.”

Michael Hurley, left, and Epidemic of Medical Errors and Hospital-Acquired Infections editor William Charney discuss the benefits of investing in nurses and hospital cleaners. Preventing errors and illnesses could save 24,000 Canadians annually and between $7 and $10 billion.

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However, the McGuinty Liberal government has a simple message that resonates: cut spending and reduce the $15-billion deficit. The counter message takes longer to explain, but Hurley and Charney are confident that when Ontarians understand the science, statistics and analysis arguments for increasing healthcare spending, the government will change course. “Governments need to have the political will to tackle this epidemic and to change the culture of the medical establishment to one of openness and accountability to prevent needless deaths,” Charney said. “A motive of costcutting in the hospital sector is fueling errors. This includes an obsession with cost-cutting through understaffing nurses and cleaners.” This fall, OCHU will push to have legislation requiring mandatory reporting of medical errors and hospital-acquired infections introduced at Queen’s Park. “The personal suffering this results in is staggering,” Hurley said. “But preventable medical errors are going to get worse if the Ontario government cuts hospital budgets and thousands more beds as planned. “Heightened patient volumes, unsafe bed occupancy rates and reduced cleaning have resulted in an environment that puts patients at risk.” Ontario has the fewest hospital beds per population of any province in Canada.


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How to prepare to call 9-1-1

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With the slow drop of the crane arm, the 9,000 pound magnet was dropped into its new home as part of the second MRI machine for Queensway Carleton Hospital in west Ottawa. The Hospital welcomed the arrival of the new MRI on May 18 to enhance the robust Diagnostic Service portfolio in this busy hospital. The addition of a second MRI machine means the team can accommodate another 2,100 scans in 2012/13. Pictured (from left to right) are David Price, QCH director diagnostic services, Carolyn Brennan, VP finance & corporate Services, Ottawa West MPP Bob Chiarelli, Tom Schonberg, QCH president & CEO, Shawn O’Rourke, manager diagnostic services, Ron Prehogan, chair QCH foundation, Gerry Barker, chair QCH board of directors.

EMC news - During Emergency Medical Services Week, May 20 to 26, the Ottawa Paramedic Service wants to remind residents how to help in a medical emergency. When someone you know falls seriously ill, calling 9-1-1 can be a lifeline. Every day in Ottawa, paramedics respond to over 300 calls for medical emergencies. Many of those are calls for heart attacks, breathing emergencies or serious injuries. There are a number of things to remember when calling 9-1-1. • Communications officers will ask several key questions that help determine the seriousness of the call. By staying calm and answering all questions, you will help the person with the medical emergency receive help sooner. • While you are answering questions, the dispatch system is sending paramedics to your location. Never hang up until the communications officer has all the necessary information. • Collect all medications and medical history of the patient and have it ready when paramedics arrive. • Keep all pets out of harm’s way by placing them in a closed room before the paramedics arrive. • For serious injuries, communications officers are trained to provide callers with first aid instructions that will assist the person with the medical emergency. Communications officers can also provide CPR instructions. The Ottawa Paramedic Service recommends a few simple steps you can take right now to prepare for that call: • Have the residence address well displayed. It should be clearly visible at night and across the street from your home. • Keep an updated list of medical problems, medications and allergies for all occupants of your home. • When a medical emergency occurs, it can be very stressful for all involved. To assist seniors, children or visitors to your home who may have to call 9-1-1, place instructions on or near the telephone with information on how to access your apartment or home. This should include address, ring codes, closest major intersection or any other access information that will get paramedics to your location sooner. These are just a few tips that will benefit the patient and their loved ones in a time of crisis. The Ottawa Paramedic Service recommends that everyone take First Aid and CPR courses.

Organizers ready for June 8 Relay for Life in Mississippi Mills Moira Wilkie

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EMC lifestyle - The countdown is on. With, with only a few weeks left until the first ever Mississippi Mills overnight Relay for Life event, to be held on June 8, in Gemmill Park in Almonte. With nearly 35 teams now entered, and almost $40,000 raised already, they have surpassed all goals set out for a first time relay, and the organizers of this year’s event are gearing up for a fantastic turn out. Incredible fundraising continues as the Relay date approaches. Patrices Your Independent Grocer in Almonte has kindly offered to collect donations at their cashes from June 1 to June 10. It makes it easy for people to donate, even if they can’t participate.

Shoppers Drug Mart in Almonte is also helping out by holding a lunch time barbecue June 2 at their Almonte location. Along with the team fundraising events, generous corporate donations such as these are key to the success of this year’s Relay for Life. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life is an all-night fundraising event to celebrate the lives of those who are living with cancer, remember loved ones lost to cancer, and fight back against the disease. More than just an event, Relay For Life is a lifechanging experience. Funds raised through Relay For Life help the Society: • prevent cancer • fund research to outsmart cancer • empower, inform and support Canadians living

with cancer • advocate for public policies to improve the health of Canadians SURVIVOR LAP AND SURVIVOR RECEPTION Survivors are a very large part of the Relay community. It is important to honor those who have won their battle against cancer. At most Relay events, a Survivor reception is held for survivors in the community to come together and share their experiences with cancer. It is an opportunity for participants to reach out and connect with survivors. The Survivor Lap, which most often signifies the start of Relay, is again used to distinguish the survivors and celebrate their victory. Sometimes survivors are invited to speak at Relay events to encourage those with cancer to continue fighting and to ensure the community, that there is hope when

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cer. Luminary bags are often decorated by participants, honoring a loved one who has died or is fighting the disease. These bags are often placed around the track and candles inside the bags are lit before the start of the Luminary Ceremony. Usually, the luminaries are used to spell out words such as HOPE and CURE, and the words illuminate during the ceremony. Some participants or guest speakers are invited to share their stories, and each participant is given a candle to light in remembrance of a loved one. Following the Luminary Ceremony, participants walk a lap around the track in silence to give respect to those who have fallen ill with cancer or to those whose lives were lost. It is a moving and memorable experience, not to be missed. For those people that just want to see what the Relay for Life is all about, I suggest coming for the Luminary Ceremony, you won’t regret it. Anyone interested in purchasing luminaries can con-



FIGHT BACK CEREMONY The Fight Back Ceremony, often held toward the end of Relay events, is when participants pledge to take action and spread awareness of cancer research, treatments, and prevention. Participants are encouraged to hold events in the community to help others quit smoking, push citizens to have routine screenings, educate about cancer in minorities, and to volunteer their time to the American Cancer Society. There is still time to enter a team, volunteer or fundraise on your own...don’t miss this incredible community event. If you are interested in joining us in the Relay for Life as a Participant, Survivor or Volunteer please contact Allison Vaughan at  or 613-2560421 or Yvonne Stewart at yvonne_stewart@sympatico. ca or 613-256-5975.   

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Mary’s dolls got the royal treatment Mary Cook’s Memories BY MARY COOK

but I thought she was much more suited to be called Margaret. Of course, my love for Princess Margaret Rose had a lot to do with my choice. I could spend hours playing with my dolls. I dressed and undressed them, sat them in the swing, making it into a pretend school room, and took on the persona of Miss Crosby our teacher at the Northcote School. Of course, I was never as strict as was Miss Crosby. Other than the china doll, and the one I got as a surprise that one Christmas, there was nothing exceptional about my other dolls. One or two had the paint almost worn off their faces before I learned you couldn’t wash them with soap and water. But I loved them just as dearly as the others. I went through a real ritual before I went to bed at night. Father, one Christmas, had made me a doll crib. Pale blue. It was big enough to hold most of my dolls, except the china one of course, because I couldn’t take a chance on her being broken through the night from the thrashing about of one of her crib mates.

Yes, I was sure, they breathed, turned in the crib, and like my sister and I, pushed and shoved to get a share of the bed. So this doll slept on a little padded quilt Mother made. It was on the floor beside the crib, and well away from the path of anyone who might be making a trip through the kitchen during the night. At bedtime, before I climbed the stairs to the big hall which served as a bedroom for Audrey and me, I gathered my dolls around me and crouched on the floor beside the little blue crib. I sang a song to the dolls fanned out around me, and then, just like Mother did before we climbed into our beds upstairs, I closed my eyes and said a soft prayer under my breath that they would be safe during the night. I placed them on the flannelette mattress Mother had made, and which matched the nightgown I myself wore to bed. I made sure they were on their backs, the china doll on the mat at the foot of the crib, and then I covered them gently with the little blanket Mother had also made out a

Corkery’s Annual Community Garage & Plant Sale & Pancake Breakfast

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The money being raised by us will be for the Corkery Firefighters Association, which we use to donate to purchase green lights for our new firefighters, run our Haunted House on Halloween & support other community events, etc.

with the band DTP (Disturbing The Peace) a classic rock band also from Arnprior. Price of admission for this great music, your presence and your lawn chairs (no tax) Sunday, Aug. 26, will start with all the great vendors from Saturday setting up (missed something Saturday, now is your chance to find it again). Also, we will have Dr. Kaboom and Funtertainment from Saturday back again. The Caitlin Stewart Memorial Highland Dancing Competition is joining the event this year. There will be about 100 highland dancers with us all day. So wear your kilts, bring your lawn chairs, sit back and listen to the pipers music drift across the mighty Ottawa. Let’s give this wonderful group a huge turnout, maybe they will stay for many years to come and be a major part of our growth. Also there will be a ball tournament at the McLean ball diamonds (more details to come). For more info, please check our website as well as for upcoming events. Don’t forget to visit our hot dog, hamburger and sausage cart located at Giant Tiger. It is now in operation and will be seven days a week, weather permitting.

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EMC events- The third annual White Pine Festival is now underway and promises to be bigger and better than ever. What can you expect on Saturday, Aug. 25? Well, you can start the day off with a hearty breakfast at the Arnprior Legion. Then head downtown where you will find many arts and crafts, jewelry etc. and food vendors for you to browse through with lots of beautiful items to purchase. Dr. Kaboom’s Mini Mobile Circus will be there for the children to enjoy while you are checking out the vendors. With two shows daily and no tickets requires as it’s free this should be fun. Funtertainment will be back with his remote control racing cars at $3 per race with the winner allowed to play free up to five times, look out NASCAR. The Giant Tiger Train will be chugging around downtown all day, no need to walk very far. Like music? What is your favorite? You have from 10 a.m. until midnight to listen to Garry Patrois a local country and western singer. How about Run A Groove A Funk Blues Band from Stittsville, More country and blue grass by Pot Luck another local band with the day ending


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flannelette remnant. And then I checked each doll to make sure it was in what I thought was a comfortable position. Only then was I ready for bed. And then often a miracle happened over the night. While I was asleep in my bed upstairs, I wouldn’t hear it, but when I got up in the morning, I would see that there had been a stirring during the night. I would remember exactly how I had placed the dolls in the little blue crib. But they would have moved. One or two would have changed places! And wasn’t Sally at the foot of the crib the night before? And now she was cuddled at the head, with her face turned to the kitchen wall. And I would marvel at the miracle before my eyes. My dolls really were babies after all! Hadn’t this just proved it? It would be many years before I could come close to explaining the miracle that I saw some mornings in the kitchen of that old log house. Was it a real miracle? Was it fantasy? Or was it my beloved sister Audrey, who was always out of bed long before me in the morning, who moved the dolls around so that her little sister would cling to a childhood dream for just a few years longer?

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EMC lifestyle - To me, my dolls were real little people. Babies, really. I loved every one of them, and made awfully sure I treated each of them equally. All in like favour, as was the saying back then. There weren’t two alike. And I had about six, all precious to me. They were all shapes and sizes, and some I could cuddle, as if they were real babies and had to be handled with special care. Although I tried not to show it, one of my most precious dolls was one I got as a surprise one Christmas. I had longed for it after seeing it in the Five and Dime Store in Renfrew, sure I would never have it. But there it was under the tree on that wonderful day back in the 30’s, when there was little money for such frivolity. One of my dolls was not one you could cuddle. First of all, I was frightened she might break. You see, her arms, legs and face were made of china. Aunt Lizzie had brought it all the way from Regina one year, not taking a chance on sending it in the hand-me-down box that came regularly– castoffs her sons could no longer wear. This one came with a name already on a little tag pinned to her lacy dress. It wasn’t a name I would have ever picked for such a beautiful doll. She was named Claire,

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Food processor secret to quick, easy cinnamon buns EMC lifestyle - Fresh cinnamon buns, homemade and served warm from the oven for breakfast, are one of the better things in life. In this recipe, the food processor does all the mixing and kneading. Once you try it and discover just how quick and easy it is, you’ll be ready to make cinnamon buns again and again. To make morning preparation even easier, do some of the prep the night before. You can measure the dry ingredients, prepare the cinnamonbrown sugar filling, and even

butter the baking pan ahead of time. Dough 2 cups flour 1 tbsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. salt 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 cup buttermilk Filling 1/4 - 1/3 cup softened butter (not margarine) 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/2 tsp. cinnamon Measure the dry ingredients for the dough into the food processor. Cover, and pulse for about 6 seconds to

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shape it into a ball. With a rolling pin, roll the dough out to make a rectangle 15” long and 10” wide. The long side should be facing you. For the filling, spread the softened butter over the dough, then sprinkle with the brown sugar and cinnamon. Roll up the rectangle tightly, starting from the long side closest to you. Pinch the seam to seal. With a sharp knife, cut the roll in half, then mark each half into 5 portions of equal width. Cut through the roll where

you’ve marked it. Marking the dough first, then cutting it, will help you in making slices that are even in width. Arrange the slices, cut side up, in a greased round 9” cake pan. Place 8 slices around the edge of the pan and 2 in the middle. This gives them room to expand as they bake. Bake at 400F for 15 to 20 minutes, or until lightly browned. Remove from the oven, and set the pan on a cake rack. Cool for about 5 minutes in the pan before serving. Makes 10 buns

Community garden to break ground in Kanata north Gabrielle Tieman

EMC lifestyle - Kanata’s first community garden will officially break ground this summer at W.C. Bowes Park in Morgan’s Grant. Lesa McHugh, one of the lead organizers for the Kanata north garden, said people will “hopefully be able to get their hands dirty by mid-June.” McHugh said she first saw the need for a community garden when she moved into a new housing development in Kanata three years ago and found she did not have room for a garden, let alone a yard. Having grown up in rural Cape Breton and later lived on a hobby farm in Carp, McHugh says she had always

had a garden. “I really believe in home gardening,” said McHugh. “I have a 13-year-old daughter and I think it is important that she knows where her food comes from. How many listeria outbreaks do we need from imported food before we start growing it ourselves?” Without the option of a garden at home, McHugh started talking to people in the community who were in the same situation as herself. When she met Julie Gourley with the Kanata Environmental Network, the idea for a community garden was born. “She introduced me to the food movement,” said McHugh. “So two summers

ago I started taking workshops on how to start your own community garden. Julie introduced me to other people in the area who were considering starting their own gardens, and it began.” With so much community support and help from the Ottawa group Just Food – an organization working towards creating a sustainable food system and enhancing the access to healthful food in the Ottawa region – McHugh said she was hopeful for the project. But without any land secured, the team couldn’t start the process of obtaining funding and the project was momentarily placed on hold during 2011.



“It didn’t look like it was going to go anywhere because it seemed we had to have the land first before the funding,” said McHugh. “Val Collins was as well working to find a plot. Our two groups met together and we tried to find the appropriate land and neither one of us had found anything last year.” With the project on hold, Collins – who was unable to be reached at this time – applied for funding to use her own lawn as a prototype for the garden. With only $500 needed in funding for the home project, McHugh said they were happy to get the ball back rolling, and then a possible location for the park

was identified. “A location in W.C. Bowes Park in Kanata North was pointed out to one of the ladies in the group,” said McHugh. “It was pointed out that part of the land in the park was never used for anything. And it is a popular park, lots of soccer fields, so it was a great location.” McHugh says the majority of the funding is coming from the City of Ottawa and another large donation is being made by the Briarbrook and Morgan’s Grant Community Association which will be sponsoring the garden with a $500 donation to build a raised garden bed. The garden will have 18 lots

that can be shared between 20 families. McHugh says although there is no room for further expansion of the W.C. Bowes lot, she has her eye on another piece of land as they currently have over 50 people

Correction EMC news - A May 7 article titled “Museums increase ‘connexion’ with new loyalty card” incorrectly stated that all 10 museums in the Ottawa Museum Network would be participating in the Connexion Card program. In fact, Nepean Museum is not part of the program.

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Landowners urged to support a class action suit against conservation authorities; get Crown Patents Theresa Fritz

EMC news - Conservation authorities are overstepping their authority and the time has come to do something about it, says an Ottawa-based lawyer. Terrance J. Green and his associates announced at Thursday evening’s Carleton Landowners’ Association (CLA) annual general meeting in Carp they are prepared to pursue a class action suit against Ontario’s conservation authorities. “I am a lawyer, don’t hold that against me,” he told the standing room only crowd at the Carp Agricultural Society hall. “I am also a landowner and I have learned a lot about conservation authorities, private property owner rights and particularly Crown grants.” Green said the main purpose for his attendance at the meeting was to talk about conservation authorities, where they get their mandate, what are their objectives, how they “abuse their mandates” and how to try and stop them. Harsh criticism of Ontario’s conservation authorities is nothing new for Green. In 2011, he assisted the Ontario

Landowners Association (OLA) in penning a 35-page report on the subject. In it, Green argued “recent conduct of the various conservation authorities suggest they have become onerous on the municipalities and the provincial taxpayers.” Over the past few weeks, his associate Mariah Soper has undertaken extensive research on conservation authorities, their bylaws and constitutions and the legality of the authority under which they operate. In Ontario there are currently 36 conservation authorities, formed under the Conservation Authority Act of 1946. West Carleton-March falls under the jurisdiction of Mississippi Valley Conservation. The mandate of conservation authorities is to ensure water quality, prevent flooding, reduce erosion, preserve wildlife, ensure there is proper access to the 300 conservation areas in Ontario and enhance conservation efforts. They also comment on development if there is a potential impact on wetlands. But Soper told her audience there is a lot more going on with conservation authorities

than meets the eye, and her research led her to discover all kinds of phrases/regulations that were self created and can harm landowners. “They also have other powers that you don’t hear about,” she said, noting bylaws indicate conservation authorities can also do what is necessary for other purposes not necessarily listed in their objectives. “They can enter you land, take your land, intimidate you and confuse you,” she cautioned. “We need to stop them from doing this. We need to bring them back to their original mandate.” Soper said she learned conservation authorities even have the power to alter waterways, something that surprised her. She also hinted the conservation authorities are motivated by money and their actions reflect that. “The major thing here is intimidation,” Soper noted. TAKE A STAND To combat what some feel is the blatant abuse of power by the conservation authorities, Soper called on landown-

ers to step up and be part of something bigger. “We want to set a precedent,” she stated. “We want to start a class action suit. We want to get enough people to take down conservation authorities.” The message she said needs to be sent to conservation authorities is that if they go on somebody’s land, they will be found out and it won’t be tolerated. She cited several cases in which landowners came up short against conservation authorities when the landowners were only doing things on their own land – like using foreign fill. “Know your rights, get your land patents. They want to take away your rights,” Soper concluded, to tremendous applause. The topic of land patents was discussed briefly, earlier in the event, when Liz Marshall spoke. Marshall is the woman behind the search on Crown Land Patent Grants for the OLA. She has done extensive research on the subject and has travelled across Ontario speaking to landowner groups and individuals.

NOTICE OF COMMUNITY INFORMATION MEETING Tomlinson Environmental Services Ltd. will host a community information meeting on Tuesday May 29, 2012 concerning the proposed expansion of the Carp Resource Recovery Centre. The expansion proposes the establishment of a construction & demolition waste recycling facility and a new putrescible waste transfer station at 107, 111 & 117 Westhunt Road and 2149 Richardson Side Road. The meeting will be held at the West Carleton Meeting Centre at 2075 Richardson Side Road from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.



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GET TITLE AND PATENTS She advised those in attendance at last week’s meeting a commercial title search only goes back 40 years and may not protect a property owner from issues that pre-date that search. “Unless they go back 60 years, you are not separate from the Crown…A patent can never be amended, repealed or quashed,” she emphasized. “They are real.” Marshall explained that most of the property rights legislation in Ontario goes back to the early 1990s when former New Democratic Premier Bob Rae “replaced and reinstituted” property legislation. This was later “tweaked” by Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty. She emphasized that having the original Crown Land Patent Grants helps landowners override certain bylaws and government regulations. Cautioning it could take up to a year to get a certified copy of Letter Patent, she urged everyone to do so and get a full title search done on their land. “If nothing else please get

your complete title searches done and please demand your deeds,” Marshall stated. “Deeds transfer ones rights from patentee to you.” “A Crown Patent gives you all the rights the monarch has in terms of doing anything you want on your land,” added Green. “Any conditions that are there, they are noted in title. If there are no conditions, you are allowed to do what you want on your land. The only condition that is not written is you have the right do what you want on your land as long as you don’t interfere with the rights of your neighbours to enjoy their land.” Marshall urged all those present in Carp last week to “help Green and associates win this battle” against conservation authorities. “It will take one conservation authority to go down and it will be dominoes,” she said. To learn more about Green’s proposal regarding a class action suit against conservation authorities, contact the law office of Green & Vespry at 200 – 190 O’Connor St., Ottawa, ON, K2P 2R3 or by phone at 613-560-6565.


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Community Garage Sale Saturday, June 2nd - Rain Date June 3rd. 8:30 - 12:00 Goldora and Kinmount Privates (both streets run off Goldridge Avenue in Kanata).



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Hyland Seeds- Corn, soyabeans, forage seed, white beans and cereals. Overseeding available. Phone Greg Knops, (613)658-3358, (613)340-1045, cell. New Holland TC25 4x4 $12,500; MF 20c loader, $7,450; Class 44 round baler $4,450; Universal 640 4x4 loader, $6,850. 613223-6026.



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FOR RENT 2+1 bedroom house. West Carleton. $1,150 plus utilities. 613-832-1557.

We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted! CL346705-0510

Garage sale, May 26, 9 a.m.noon, 222 Walden Dr, Kanata. Many quality items.

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Indoor Garage Sale- Garden Terrace, 100 Aird Place, Kanata. Saturday May 26, 9-3:30. All funds raised go to Resident Council.

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Cambrian Equestrian Centre Riding Lessons, Boarding, Day Camps. All ages and levels. 2262 Derry Side Road, Ashton ON. Call Stephanie at 613-702-1255. cambrianequ estriancentre@

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Required 16 hrs per week for Family Doctors Office Position starts in September. Prefect for the Semi Retired Please mail or drop off resume to : Dr. Selwyn de Souza 1907 Baseline Rd. Unit 101 Ottawa Ontario. K2C OC7


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Inside Sales Representative

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Lumber/Contractor Desk Sales and Estimating

This position requires a minimum of 1-2 years experience in TIG welding. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST

We are looking for a graduate of a mechanical technologist or engineering program to be involved in the production of our environmental test chambers from design to final testing. 3-5 years experience using Solidworks CAD software is mandatory. Our design requires hands on experience in sheet metal fabrication, welding, refrigeration, power wiring, control wiring and microprocessor operation to be able to fully understand how to optimize the design and production of our equipment. If you have this experience or are prepared to start at an entry level position, then please forward your resume.

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Customer Service Representative

For 60 years, Haley Industries Limited has been producing magnesium and aluminum castings for the aerospace industry.


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We are looking for a person with experience TIG welding and finishing light gauge stainless steel. Experience on other sheet metal fabrication equipment such as a press brake, Trumpf punch, spot welding or machining would be an asset. This is a temporary position for 2-4 months which could potentially become full time.

Please forward resume to: Haley Industries Limited Human Resources 634 Magnesium Road Haley, Ontario Canada K0J 1Y0 Fax: (613-432-0743) Email:

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Manager of Fundraising

The Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital (CPDMH) Foundation is looking for a senior fundraising professional to become its Manager of Fundraising. As a dynamic, experienced fundraising professional, your mission will be to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward gifts in support of the Hospital’s needs. With a proven track record of success you will promote a donor-centric approach to fund development while promoting an active and positive community profile for CPDMH. Your exceptional communication and organizational skills will be put to good use building and cultivating relationships with a diverse group of community stakeholders. You will also be required to perform the communications and public relations duties for the Hospital including assisting with the implementation of the organization’s corporate communications plan; preparing and distributing press releases and a semi-annual newsletter. Producing gift announcements on behalf of donors and maintaining the Foundation section of the Hospital’s website is also a requirement for this position. This position requires an individual who enjoys being a leader and a collaborator with volunteers. Within your role, it is required that you oversee the general organization and management of the Foundation while providing administrative support to the Board of Directors. You also possess an ability to encourage and cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the importance of philanthropic support within the Hospital’s catchment area. Qualifications – Related university degree or equivalent combination of education and experience – A proven track record in major gifts and experience with special events and annual programs – Knowledge of professional fundraising theory and practice, and donation administration and management – Working knowledge of Board process, finance and investment strategies – Desired communications competencies include experience in community engagement and knowledge of using technology to reach target audiences. – Exceptional written, verbal and presentation skills – Good administrative skills and ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines – Computer competency in word processing, data management and desktop publishing – Must be flexible with regards to hours and work week and able to work evenings and weekends – Knowledge of Income Manager would be an asset – The successful applicant will be required to submit a police and credit check. To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your application to: Hiring Committee CPDMH Foundation 211 Lake Ave East Carleton Place K7C 1J4 E-mail: Deadline for applications: Monday, May 28, 2012 at 4 p.m. ET A complete job description can be obtained by e-mailing ctroy@carletonplacehosp. com. We thank everyone for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.



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KANATA Now Hiring, Full time experienced, line cooks. Apply to: 4048 Carling Avenue. Competitive Wage. Come join the great Lone Star Atmosphere. Looking for live-out housekeeper, 2 half days per week. Tasks to include organizing, cleaning, dishes, laundry, etc. References and criminal record check required. 613-258-6613. Looking for persons willing to speak to small groups, 1 on 1 presentations. A car and internet necessary. Diana (866)306-5858.



HELP WANTED RN positions available at Wellington House, a 60-bed LTC facility in Prescott: - temp full time 8 hr evenings. - perm. part time 8 hr days, eves, night shifts. Salary as per ONA collective agreement. Please forward resume to: DOC, Wellington House. Fax: (613)925-5425. SUMMER JOBS Shouldice Berry Farms is looking for bright energetic people who enjoy the outdoors for summer employment at our strawberry farm and kiosk’s in the city and some rural towns. (No Picking Required) apply online at

20 YEARS in cleaning business, very professional service, reasonable prices. Weekly, biweekly or 1 once a month. For free estimate call Margaret, 613-591-8081 KATIMAVIK; Warm & nurturing family home environment. Days are fun-filled & active with plenty of indoor/outdoor play, arts, crafts & music. CPR/1st Aid Certified, smokefree. Police check, references/receipts available. Lindsay 613-599-6565 or 613-852-0652


Need a helping hand? Our dedicated and mature caregivers (50 years+), thoroughly screened and insured, provide light housekeeping, companion care, dementia care, respite care, child care, shopping, transportation, handy work and other services. Call Seniors on Site at 613-422-7676 or visit PROVIDING SERVICES to clients in long term care, retirement residences and in the community for over a year. Registered business and tax deductible. Assisting caregivers and bettering life for loved ones in facilities. Call today 613-407-4604 Stittsville area, experienced caregiver will provide lots of TLC and outdoor activity for children, any age. Westwind Public and Guardian Angel Bus Route. Call Lyn at (613)831-2758.


HUNTING SUPPLIES Hunter Safety Canadian Firearms Course. Carp. June 1, 2 and 3. Wenda Cochran (613)256-2409.

Carrie Hands, CAI, CPPA, Auctioneer & Appraiser Jason Hands, Auctioneer

Hunter Safety/Canadian Firearm Safety Courses held throughout the valley all year long. Organize a group, get yours free. Gift certificates available. Competitive pricing. Dave Arbour 613-257-7489.

-Online AuctionOPP Recovered Merchandise Designer Ladies Clothing & Shoes Bidding Opens Friday, May 25 @ 9 a.m. Bidding Closes, Thursday, May 31 @ 12 noon Preview Friday, May 25 from 5-7 pm BCBGMaxazria, Diesel, Dolce & Gabbana, Jacob, Guess, Lululemon, Mango

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


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Wanted AH Fox, Ithaca, Parker, LC Smith, Lefever, Baker, Manufrance, Greener, English, French, German hammerless side by side. (613)283-4495, (613)206-4495.

LAWN & GARDEN A&M LAWN Maintenance: Lawn & Garden Clean-up, Aeration, Lawn cutting. Maynard 613-290-0552 CEDAR HEDGES 6 ft. HIGH. Free delivery with full truck load. Freshly dug. Greely Area. $6.25/tree. Gerry 613-821-3676

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MORTGAGES CONSOLIDATE MORTGAGES & Debts up to 95%. Honest Answers and real credit solutions. Start saving $$$ NOW!!! Call 1-855-851-9996 Broker M0808914 RMA10464 If You Own a Home or Real Estate, I Can Lend You Money: It’s That Simple! Your Credit/Income Is Not An Issue. Steve Daigle (613)863-0649 Lic:10717 $$MONEY$$ Consolidate Debts Mortgages to 90% No income, Bad credit OK! Better Option Mortgage #10969 1-800-282-1169

WORLD CLASS DRUMMER (of Five Man Electrical Band) is now accepting students. Private lessons, limited enrollment, free consultation. Call Steve, 613-831-5029.

COMING EVENTS STITTSVILLE LEGION HALL, Main St, every Wed, 6:45 p.m. Stone Fence Theatre presents Schoolhouse, by Leanna Brodie, July-October, Eganville Community Centre. Tickets are now on sale by phone (613-757-1001 or toll-free 1-866-310-1004) and online: Buy early for best seats.



ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: Do you want to stop drinking? There are no dues or fees for A.A. Membership. The only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Phone 613-258-3881 or 613-826-1980.

SATURN ACCOUNTING SERVICES 613-832-4699, 613-623-5258

St. Jean’s Farrier Service. 613-283-1198.


Dockage rentals on Rideau Lake at Rideau Ferry Bridge. Secure. Access parking through locked gates. $36/foot, minimum 20 feet. (613)233-9378 or

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





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

PETS Do You own a dog or cat? Do you know what to do in an emergency? Can you provide First Aid for them until you can get Veterinary Assistance? Take a Pet First Aid Course. Walks”N’Wags curriculum taught by trained instructors. Call (613)831-3236 for next course. DOG SITTING. Experienced retired breeder providing lots of TLC. My home. Smaller dogs only. References available. $17-$20 daily. Marg 613-721-1530.

Non-smoking, quiet lady needs ride nightly from Eagleson Park/Ride to Constance Bay, leaving 7:30 pm or up to 9 pm. Will share costs. (613)832-3273.




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Real Estate & Chattel Auction to be held on site Saturday, June 16, 2012. 3 bedroom bungalow with full basement, corner lot, fenced yard, extra large paved driveway. Needs finishing touches. For more info please see website or call auctioneer.


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Open house Sunday, May 20, 1 – 3 p.m. This cottage sits on a 66’ X 100’ lot. Enjoy the much coveted private sand beach, eat-in kitchen, 3 piece bathroom/laundry room, oil furnace, propane hot water & stove. Sells with the majority of furnishings. Please visit for terms and conditions. 5501 County Road 15, RR #2, Brockville, ON K6V 5T2 0HONE  s4OLL&REE   ")$ E-mail:


2851 Nixon Dr. (Manotick), On - from Osgoode travel 1 mile North on Nixon Dr. or from Manotick travel 7 miles South of Drummonds Gas Bar on River Rd, turn left at the Swan on the Rideau on Nixon Dr. Watch for Auction Signs. Saturday, June 2 at 9:00 am To settle the estate of the late John Ferguson: 2006 Dodge Ram 1500, 2WD w/ matching cap, 89,726 kms, sells safetied and E-tested- very clean; 1994 Yamaha 350 Big Bear, 4x4 ATV; Machinery: JD 3130 w/148 loader and cab; IH 504 Utility w/IH 2001 front end loader (gas); IH Farmall M w/front end loader-not running; IH Farmall H on steel; IH H - not running; Kvneverland 4 furrow semi-mount plow; Kongskilde 2 furrow plow; Vibrashank 12’, 3pth cultivator; 7 shank cultivator; 7 shank cultivator ripper; flat harrows; 125 bu gravity box; 4 ton TMT wagon; Demco hyd dump trailer – flat deck; NH 256 rake; NH 489 haybine; Hesston PT10 haybine; NH 717 harvester; various harvesters and heads; 4 wagon running gears; 2 bale thrower wagons; Roulx electric straw chopper; oat roller; Allied mow conveyor; bale spears; hand carts for feed; fence posts;3 pth scraper blade; lumber; Antique Farm Machinery and Horse Drawn Equip: Very old unique 2 seater sleigh w/2 door caboose w/ windows - very good original condition - rare; cutter; buggy - good condition; wooden mill wheel; large selection of neck yokes and whipple trees; Cockshutt 3 pth mower; dump rake; 1 and 2 furrow sulky plows; 2 walking plows; land roller; horse drawn cultivators; sleighs; quantity of implement seats; 2 large wooden wheels; buggy wheels; horse shoes; horse poles; heavy horse trimming stock; Horse Show Equip and Harness: oak rubber tired show wagon; complete set of leather show harness for 4 horse hitch; other assorted harness - Mr Ferguson showed his beloved Percherons for many years; western parade saddle w/silver; Misc: 16’ truck box on trailer w/roll up doors - ideal for storage; homebilt tandem trailer; gates -ideal for sheep; farm gates; very large quantity of scrap steel and old machinery and parts; older cars and trucks for scrap; 3 school buses - not running - storage only; large selection of logging chains; circa 1970 Snowjet snowmobile; dairy cans; scales; Tools: new 2000 watt generator; Lincoln 225 welder; band saw; planer; Makita wood planer; Rockwell radial arm saw; 6” jointer; table saw; anvil; hand forge; cement mixer; very large selection of hand tools, saws, drills etc; large collection of antique wrenches, drill press etc; barn jack; lanterns; greases and oils; milk house heaters; electric fencers; Household Furniture and Antiques: antique flat wall cupboard - 4 doors w/2 drawers; ice box; wooden cupboard; chimney cupboard; antique table w/ drawer; baker’s table; drop front desk; gramophone; small table; rocking chairs; wooden chairs; beds; sewing machine; deacon’s bench; Mama Bear Fisher wood stove; Findlay stoves; 5 piece Meakin wash set; agate 3 piece chamber set; assorted old glassware and dishes; cups and saucers; straight razors; horse memorabilia; crocks and jugs; gingerbread clock; tin bath tub; old bedroom set; insulators; freezer; brass wringer washer; many other assorted items. Terms of Sale – Cash or Cheque with Proper ID Prop: Mrs. Mary Ferguson Auctioneers James and Hill Auction Service Ltd. Stewart James Carson Hill (613) 445-3269 (613) 821-2946 This is a very large sale where 2 auction rings will be selling throughout the day. Refreshments available. Owners and Auctioneers not responsible for loss or accidents.


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ESTATE AUCTION Estate Auction of Property- Brick House w/100 Acre Farm, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Truck, Shop Tools and Miscellaneous Articles. 2144 Yorks Corners Rd., Edwards, On-travel South of Edwards village on Yorks Corners Rd, 5.5 kms or from Metcalfe travel East on Victoria St 4 kms, then turn left and travel North on Yorks Corners Rd, 2.5 kms. Watch for Auction Signs. Saturday, June 16 at 10:00 am Property sells at 1:00 pm Open House for Property Only Sunday, June 3 from 1-3 pm To settle the estate of the late Donald Hall the following will be sold: Property consists of a 2250 sq ft custom built bungalow, brick on 3 sides and stone front, w/ 3 bedrooms, kitchen and large eating area, spacious living room, family room w/ fireplace, 2 bathrooms and good basement. This house also features an attached double garage, mostly all new windows and roof installed 2 yrs ago and yards well landscaped w/deck on back. This home is situated on the North East corner of the 100 acre farm which will be sold as one complete package. Farm also has a steel clad 40’ x 100’ shed. The farm land has 17 acres of good tile drained land, 15 acres of hay land and 68 acres of pasture and picturesque bush land. This property is ideal for a hobby or horse farm. It also has a deeded right of way at the back of the farm to the next road. Only 20 minutes to Ottawa, A Must See- Excellent Rural Property. Terms on Real Estate: Property will be sold subject to a reasonable reserve bid and is selling in “as is” condition. $10,000 down by certified cheque or bank draft on day of sale with balance due upon closing. Home inspections are the responsibility of potential buyers and must be completed prior to the auction. For more information contact the auctioneers. Also selling on June 16: Tractors, Farm Machinery, Truck, Shop Tools and Misc Articles. See for more details and pictures. Auctioneers James and Hill Auction Service Ltd. Carson Hill Stewart James (613) 821-2946 (613) 445-3269 Refreshments available. Owner and Auctioneers not responsible for loss or accidents.



1998 Infinity 36’ Class A motorhome, 454 Chev Vortex motor, 109,000 km, no pets, no smoking. Selling for health reasons. Priced to sell fast. $18,500. (613)542-8010.

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Prowler sleeps 4, full stand up shower A/C. Spe-cially built trailer, call for details, with decks, shed . Must see in person. $19,900 or best offer. in-cludes lots fess for 2012 Can be seen at Camel Chute Campground check it out at 613-851-2865

2007 Toyota RAV4 2.5 engine, auto, air, cruise, extra set of winter tires. 140,000 miles. Serviced at Tony Graham. $12,000. Certified and e-tested. 613-2572100. Assortment of used tires, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.5. Sum-mers, all-season and snows. Also used car parts. Gord 613-257-2498.

WORK WANTED “A1” HANDYMAN WITH HALF-TON TRUCK. Dump hauling, wood splitting, driveway sealing, moving, tree removal, eaves trough cleaning, carpentry, siding, paint-ing, roofing, general maintenance. Call Kevin 613-253-4764

House cleaning service. Simplify your life. Let us to clean your house. Low price, trained staff, references. Call us: (613)262-2243, Tatiana. Masonry work, new construction, brick, stone, parging, repairs, pointing and chimney repair. Please call Al (613)8680946 or (613)830-2346. SEND A LOAD to the dump, cheap. Clean up clutter, garage sale leftovers or leaf and yard waste. 613-256-4613

2007 Jay Flight 40’ Bungalow Park model 37’ Three season sunroom with windows & screens Lot 4 Mississippi Lake RV Resort, Carleton Place, ON. This special RV home is nestled under trees on an extremely nicely landscaped premium location. Just steps from the beach, docks, restaurant, pool and visitor parking area. A Pickett fence adds to the privacy of this property. The retail investment of this spacious and well decorated summer RV home with all the comforts available is $97,300. It is presently being offered at only $64,500. For viewing visit Kijiji ID 371015693 or call (613)-799-5000 CL348340

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Suddenly at home on Tuesday morning, May 15th, 2012 following a lengthy illness. Joan Gwendolyn MacLaren of Arnprior at the age of 76 years. Dear daughter of the late Harry Bond and the late Eva Riddell. Joan was predeceased by her first husband, James Warwick; her second husband, Malcolm MacLaren as well as her beloved companion, Ron Thomlison. Loved mother of James Warwick Jr. of Victoria, B.C. and stepmother of Kenneth MacLaren (Sharon) of Gatineau and Rosell “Mickie” Fernande of Spain. Dearly loved sister of Marilyn Wilson and Darlene Styles, both of Arnprior; Linda Beck of Ottawa; Debra Gore (Gary) of Toronto and Donna-Gail Freeman of Simcoe. Predeceased by a sister, Eleanor Campbell (Gordon of Richmond) as well as 2 brothers: Douglas and Donald (Vi of Simcoe). Forever loved and remembered by her 8 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Family and friends were invited to the Pilon Family Funeral Home & Chapel, 50 John Street North, Arnprior for visitation on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and again on Saturday morning from 9:30 until 10:30 a.m. A Service in celebration of Joan’s life was conducted in Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church, 116 Baskin Drive, Arnprior on Saturday morning, May 19th at 11 o’clock. Pastor Clark Young officiated. Interment Malloch Road Cemetery. In Joan’s memory, a donation to your favorite charity would be appreciated by her family.

Peacefully at the Arnprior & District Memorial Hospital while surrounded by family on Thursday morning, May 17th, 2012. Edward Clarence Rich of Arnprior at the age of 79 years. Dear son of the late John Edward Rich and the late Frances Henry. Beloved and devoted husband of Joan (nee Dodge). Dearly loved father of Christine Whelan (Tim) of Pakenham and Lisa Johnson (Mike) of Almonte. Proud “Grampa” of Paige and Portia Whelan; Colin and Hannah Johnson. Loved “Baby Brother” of Irene Deacon (late Tom), Alice Snider (late George) and Grace Bird (late Bob). Predeceased by a sister, Clare Grant (late George). Ted will be lovingly remembered by the Dodge family: Brian Markwick, Doreen Dodge (late Bob), Peter Dodge (Lina), Ann Lacourse, Laureen Dodge, Mike Dodge (Trish), Donna Dodge and Shirley Dodge (Ted Hallman). Also loved by many nieces and nephews. Family and friends were invited to the Pilon Family Funeral Home & Chapel, 50 John Street North, Arnprior for visitation on Tuesday, May 22nd from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and again on Wednesday, May 23rd from 10 to 10:45 a.m. A Service to celebrate Ted’s life was conducted in the Pilon Family Chapel at 11 o’clock. Cremation followed. In memory of Ted, a donation to The Grove Nursing Home, Arnprior; the Arnprior Hospital or the Arnprior Food Bank would be appreciated by his family.





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WATERFRONT LOTS 2 building lots, Town of Arnprior, 40 Chats Crescent and 412 McLean Ave. on Ottawa River. Town services, Beautiful views. 613-623-4531

VACATION/COTTAGES Spring Special. Cottage rentals, Sylvania Lodge, McDonald’s Corners. Starting at $450/week until June 30. (613)278-0091

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Luxurious two story home near Almonte with three bed-rooms & two car garage on 2.5 acres with deck, pool, hot-tub, gazebo, treed lot, fully landscaped, paved driveway. Asking $599,900. Call (613)617-1210.



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Almost 2 acres with stream running through, village of Harlem. $500 down with owner financing. 613-326-0599.

For Sale $5000 obo: 2002 Jayco Eagle Tent Trailer with Air. 12 ft box with front access storage expands to 24 feet, dining room slide out, kitchen tip out, 1 king bed, 1 queen bed, removable dining table (converts to dble bed), couch, factory installed air conditioning, 3 way fridge. Call 613-253-8623.

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Kemptville Waterfront, 75’x124’ town lot, 4 bedroom brick house, permanent 75’ dockage, navigatable from the Rideau, dream home, $399,900. (613)258-2481



10 Broadview Avenue West, Smiths Falls. Move in ReadyCompletely renovated, this charming 1 Ω storey home sits on just under an acre of property in a great suburban location! Open concept, mod-ern 3 bedroom home with many recent updates including a brand new kitchen and bathroom. A short commute to Ottawa! Abundance of character with the quality of original hardwood floors, new ceramic tile throughout. Step outside to your own private oasis with brand a new 500 sq. ft. deck, concrete lower patio leading to an inviting in ground pool surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. Full of character, this home has all of the amenities including central air, natural gas, full basement with workshop and laundry/storage area, new windows, roof, furnace, exterior doors, stainless steel appliances, fixtures, power garage door. Privately set back off street with large circular drive-way, close to schools and shops. A perfect place to call home! For more information and photos go to: w w w. c o m f r e e . c o m / 3 2 1 1 5 0 $259,900.






Looking for some place fun and safe for your dog while you are away this summer? Try Dragonluck Kennels. We offer playing together off leash with the others on 30 acres of fields and pond. For more in-formation see our website at www.dragonluck .ca or call (613)831-3236.




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Thistle Ridge hosts show clinic to train local equestrians offered this opportunity to promote equestrians in her community this way. No one was doing this before and she has developed many riders who have gone on to show at regional, provincial and national levels,”says Bowland. Kelland-May began hosting the show clinics to offer local equestrians an opportunity to develop themselves and their horses in a horse show setting. “We get local horse people bringing their students to experience a show ring atmosphere as well as other riders who want to get some ring experience for their young or green horses,” she adds. “Everyone is welcome.” To ensure that all levels of equestrians are included, there are classes for beginner riders to advanced levels. There are also opportunities for riders to train their young horses and special classes for people who have never showed before. For more information, contact Laura Kelland May 613623-5016 or email laura@ Results of the Thistle Ridge skill builders show clinic May 19. Class 1 Beginner Equitation - 1st Laurel Moyse; 2nd Megan Terry; 3rd Marley Blok; 4th Ethan Peiroway. Class 2 Beginner Poles - 1st Megan Terry; 2nd Laurel Moyse;

Laurel Moyse 4th Adrianna Scissons. Champion Walk Trot - Christina Gale. Cross Rail Division - Sponsored by Thistle Ridge Stables (Laura Kelland-May) Class 10 Cross Rail - 1st Abby Hall; 2nd Lauren Hass; 3rd Frances MacLaren. Class 11 Cross Rail Hunter - 1st Grand Secret ridden by Abbey Hall ; 2nd My Little Monster ridden by Lauren Hass; 3rd Rock-a-Bye ridden by Frances MacLaren. Class 12 Cross Rail Under Saddle - 1st Grand Secret ridden by Abbey Hall ; 2nd Rock-a-Bye ridden by Frances MacLaren; 3rd My Little Monster ridden by Lauren Hass; 4th Baileigh ridden by Laurel Moyse. Champion Cross Rail - Grand Secret ridden by Abbey Hall.

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Megan Terry of Renfrew, riding Star receives Championship award from Angela Bauer of Sew Gee Gee. 3rd Marley Blok; 4th Ethan Peiroway. Class 3 Beginner Pleasure - 1st Star ridden by Megan Terry; 2nd Lucy Lou ridden by Ethan Peiroway; 3rd Ellie Mae ridden by Marley Blok; 4th Baileigh ridden by Laurel Moyse. Champion Beginner sponsored by Sew Gee Gee - Megan Terry. Walk Trot Division - Spon-

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Novice Division Class 13 Novice Equitation - 1st Laura ; 2nd Abby Hall; 3rd Kendra Edgel. Class 14 Novice Hunter - 1st Dani California ridden by Sarah Bootland ; 2nd Grand Secret ridden by Kendra Edgel. Class 15 Novice Hunter Under Saddle - 1st Turf Bandit ridden by Laura ; 2nd Dani California ridden by Sarah Bootland; 3rd Grand Secret ridden by Abby Hall; 4th Star ridden by Kendra Edgel. Champion Novice Turf Bandit ridden by Laura.

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Local horse show raises money for Vance fund

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EMC sports - Local members of the Arnprior and West Carleton equestrian community recently stepped up to help one of their own. Local horse owner, Jess Paveley, took the initiative to hold a benefit draw in support of the Erin Vance Memorial Fund during the annual Thistle Ridge Skill Builders Show Clinic, held May 19 at Thistle Ridge Stables near Kinburn. Paveley, currently visiting her family from working in Germany, knew Ms.Vance and wanted to show her support. Paveley decided to bake a chocolate butter cream cake and raffle it off during the Show Clinic. “I’m so happy that the participants understood what I was trying to do,” says Paveley. “Right now I have very little cash, so, to donate my time and materials to make something to raffle seems the least I could do.” Local area riders who were participating at the Thistle Ridge Show Clinic gave generously when they were told that one hundred percent of the proceeds raised by the raffle were to be donated to the ErinVance Memorial Fund. The raffle raised $133. Paveley would like to thank

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St. Michael’s wins junior boys trophy at Over the Carp races EMC sports - Walter Zadow Public and St. Joseph’s Catholic schools of Arnprior and St. Michael’s Catholic School of Fitzroy took the team titles at the annual Optimist Fitzroy over the Carp Cross Country Run May 15.

Six schools and a total of 190 runners participated. The team trophy winners were: Junior Girls – Walter Zadow with 23 points; Junior Boys – St. Michael’s Fitzroy with 25 points; Intermediate Girls – St. Joseph’s with 18

points; and Intermediate Boys – St. Joseph’s with 24 points. The result of the races were: Junior Girls (Grades 5-6) 1. Jordan Gibeault – Walter Zadow Public School; 2. Emma Verch –

Softball season is presently underway in Fitzroy Harbour will also have a game at 8:30pm on Thursdays until the end of minor softball in late June when all games will move to Wednesday. The men’s league will also be hosting a tournament May 30 – June 2. • The Ladies League rules the diamond on Thursday nights with two games on A diamond. • Minor ball plays throughout the week with games at 6:30pm. More info at Mites (9 & 10) – Mondays Squirt/Peewee Girls (11-14) – Mondays Bantam Boys (15-16) – Mondays at 8:30 Peewee Boys (13-14) - Tuesdays Atoms (6-8) – Tuesdays & Wednesdays Squirt Boys (11-12) – Thursdays WC Minor Ball championship day is Saturday June 23.

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TAURUS– –Apr Apr21/May 21/May 2121 TAURUS Taurus, night is in storegoals this week. The night brings Taurus, it’s aallgood about your career this week. If you run rewards you did not Working hard your own company, useexpect. this time to scout foryields new more business. If not, time tosuccess. seek a new position. thanit’s financial

SCORPIO ––Oct 22 22 SCORPIO Oct24/Nov 24/Nov Scorpio, ifthere’s not much can do aboutcreative the current Scorpio, you have been you pitching a new idea, you situation. solvethe anything, will likely Complaining get word thisabout weekthings aboutwon’t whether idea will come towaste fruition be successful. so why theand breath? Better news is on the horizon.

GEMINI – May 21 GEMINI – May22/Jun 22/Jun 21 It’s Trust an exciting time forGemini. you, Gemini. Youwho mayseems decidelike to they your instincts, Someone head to the airport and book a trip somewhere off the have your best interests at heart really may have ulterior beaten path. Otherwise, a series of day trips could be fun. motives. Heed Capricorn’s sage advice. CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22on the mind, and with good Cancer, you –have finances Cancer, mayout feeloflike you’re the only one keeping the reason andyou mostly necessity. That is because you’ve hadship a few expensive purchasesthis thatis are from sinking. However, not tallying the case.up. Behindthe-scenes work is taking place, too. LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo,LEO this– Jul is an enjoyable 23/Aug 23 time because you are being pushed along by dreams and inspiration, opening up a Leo, it seems as if drama is always following you. That’s score of possibilities to keep you busy and happy. because you tend to be the life of the party or prefer all eyes –beAug on you. Think about VIRGO 24/Sept 22 being less conspicuous.

SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 21 Sagittarius, foryour some reason the smooth courseprojects you have You’re in over head, Sagittarius. Too many been on takes a sharp detour in the next few days. Either and not enough helpers can leave you feeling overyou can adjust to the change or be left behind. whelmed. You may want to tackle one thing at a time. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan Capricorn, there are only a20 few more opportunities to seek new beginnings arrived and you’re excited aCapricorn, pay increase. Muster the have strength to go into a supervisor’s office your case Others known.may share your joy but aboutand all ofmake the prospects. not to the extent that you do. AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, is an important person you need to see AQUARIUSif –there Jan 21/Feb 18 or talk to, now is the time to do so. Don’t wait any longer Aquarius, it’s alright to be cautious with your decisions, but because it will relate to some future activities. taking much too long could indicate you’re not ready for a change. –Soon spouse or20 partner will grow impatient. PISCES Feba19/Mar

Virgo, responsibilities and hard work have dominated your VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 moments of pleasure. Things days, leaving little time for willVirgo, even it’s outhard soontoenough. keep friends if you are overly critical of

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It’s hard to accept help sometimes, Pisces. But help is what you need right now. Accept it with open arms.

Last week’s week’s Last answers answers


1. Humbug 2. Dentist’s group 3. Vomit 4. 25th state 5. Royal domains 6. Hollyhocks genus 7. Observed 8. 1/100 serbian dinar 9. Manual computing devices 10. Skin eruptions 11. Basics 12. Spoken in the Dali region of Yunnan 13. ___ Lanka 21. Once around a track 22. Grains for flour and whiskey 25. Extreme confusion and disorder 26. “Mr. Moto” actor Peter 27. Elaborate opera solos 28. Circular ceiling vaults

Pisces, a shift of the stars brings about remarkable change PISCES Feb 19/Mar in your –personal life. 20 Positivity reigns for a few weeks.



1. A leavened rum cake 5. A coarse file 9. Saudi people 14. 6th Jewish month 15. Greek colony founded by Xenophanes 16. Storybook elephant 17. Imperative listen 18. Maple genus 19. Am. Standard Code for Info. Interchange 20. Podiatrist’s concern 23. South African peoples 24. Cantonese dialect 25. Buckles 28. 1st day in an equestrian competition 33. Israeli dance 34. Idaho capital 35. Small cavity in rock

LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct Libra, start thinking about23 curbing your spending. Your Libra, youare have up ifsome momentum on projects that are finances in built trouble you don’t make some changes. dear to you, but expect things to slow down a little bit now. More is going out than is coming into your accounts. You may need a final push of inspiration to finish the goal.

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ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 ARIES – Mar 20 The best will be in store for you Patience is a21/Apr virtue, Aries. Aries, you beenThere’s working and this diligence later in have the week. nothard much chance for adventure is starting to pay off. This week you may experience a Monday or Tuesday, but things pick up on Wednesday. setback, but keep working hard and you’ll handle it.



Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church

465 Hazeldean Rd. • 613-836-3145

44 Rothesay Drive, Kanata, ON, K2L 2X1



Email: Website:

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


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

15 Steeple Hill Cres., Nepean, ON 613-591-1135


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

Pastor: Keith MacAskill




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

St. Patrick’s Fallowfield Roman Catholic Church

Pastor: Rev. Pierre Champoux

Sunday Mass Times: Saturday: 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.

2 Stonehaven Dr. at Eagleson Road Sunday 10:00 A.M. Worship Service Nursery provided 0301.R0011292299

Sunday Worship 10:30 am Sunday and weekday Bible studies see our website for times and locations


Pastor steve stewart

1600 stittsville Main street, stittsville

Office: 613-836-2606 Web: Email us at: Direction for life's crossroads


St. Paul's Anglican Church Sunday Eucharist Eucharist Sunday

8:00 am --Said Said 8:00 am 9:15 am am --Choral Choral Music, Sunday School & Nursery Music, Sunday School & Nursery 11:00 Sunday School Nursery 11:00am am- Praise - PraiseMusic, Music, Sunday School& & Nursery

Nursery, Sunday School, Junior & Senior Youth Groups Open Table Dinner 3rd Saturday of the month at 5pm The Reverend Jane McCaig Rental Space Available at reasonable rates. Call for information.


6255 Fernbank Road (corner of Main St. & Fernbank)

10:00 a.m. – Worship Service Youth Group Mondays at 7:oopm

St. Thomas Anglican Church

1619 Stittsville Main Street 613-836-5741 email:

Stittsville United Church

Nursery & Sunday School Available


Please join us at 110 McCurdy Drive, 836-1429,

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

“Welcome to all seeking spiritual refreshment” Sunday Worship 8:30am and 10:30am

20 YOUNG ROAD KANATA • 613-836-1001

Pastor Shaun Seaman

85 Leacock Drive, Kanata Sunday Worship Service 10:30am. Sunday School 9:15am. Adult Bible Class 9:30am. Rev. Louis Natzke, Pastor Office 613-592-1546



Sunday Services at 9:00 & 10:45 am

Nursery, Children & Youth Programs, small Groups

Christ Risen Lutheran Church



- Rev. Colin N. McKenzie, Sr. Pastor - Rev. Carlo De Vito, Pastor of Family Ministries Sunday 10:00am Bible Classes for all people of all ages 11:00am Morning Worship & 6:15pm Evening Service email:

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


613-591-3246 “A Church Rooted in Christ and Fruitful”

1078 Klondike Road, Kanata

9:00 am: Worship Service, Nursery, Sunday School 11:00 am: Worship Service, Nursery


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


Sunday Sunday

Church of Ottawa

Preaching the Doctrines of Grace

Parish office - 613-836-8881 Fax - 613-836-8806

Growing, Serving, Celebrating

Grace Baptist 2470 Huntley Road

SUNDAY MASS TIMES Saturday: 5:00 pm Sunday: 9:00 am & 10:30 am Rev. C. Ross Finlan, Pastor

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








Pastors: Ken Roth, Phil Hamilton Chapel Ridge Free Methodist Church 5660 Flewellyn Road, Stittsville 613-831-1024 email:

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10:00 am: Service of Worship and Sunday School

Children's Church

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Pastors: Jonathan Mills , Bob Davies & Doug Ward

140 Abbeyhill Dr., Kanata Rev. Brian Copeland



Sunday Service 9:00 am & 11:15 am


“Becoming Whole Through the Power of Jesus”


Seventh-Day Adventist Church


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



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Lock your doors to keep your possessions safe EMC news - Patrol officers in the West Carleton area responded to 43 general calls for service from the public for the reporting period of May 6 to May 12. In addition to the calls for service, patrol officers are also proactively enforcing the Highway Traffic laws, responding to false 91-1 and alarm calls, and assisting the Ottawa Fire, Paramedics and By-law services.

WONDERING WHERE THE DEER ARE? Then wonder no more. Just follow the link to the Manotick Neighbourhood Watch Website and see firsthand where the deer are hanging out. Week nineteen ended with four deer collisions being reported in the rural west wards—three in the West Carleton ward and one in Rideau-Goulbourn. As for the east end, no deer collisions were reported this week. The total deer collision count now stands at 36 to 13 in favor of Rideau-Goulbourn. This time last year four deer collisions were reported in West Carleton while the total count stood at 55 t0 21. BREAK AND ENTER Sometime during the daylight hours between Monday, May 7 and Tuesday, May 8 an unidentified culprit entered into a secluded and unlocked residence on Torwood Drive and helped himself to $400 in cash. No other valuables that were located throughout the house were touched or reported stolen. Lock crime out by locking your doors. It is that simple. A crime of opportunity is a crime that is committed without planning when the perpetrator sees he has the chance to commit the act at that moment and seizes it. Such acts have

CONST. JEON Ottawa Police Service little or no premeditation. Don’t get lulled into a false sense of security just because you live in a secluded and seemingly trustworthy area. Times have changed—even in the rural parts of Ottawa. MISCHIEF Sometime during the overnight hours on Saturday, May 5 unidentified pranksters dragged a large wooden structure from a homeowner’s backyard and deposited it on her neighbour’s front lawn. Upon discovering the teepee like structure the neighbour got in contact with the OPS Call Centre and reported her findings. She stated that at around 1 a.m. on Sunday she overheard some strange noises coming from outside and heard her doorbell ringing. Not bothering to answer or to investigate the neighbour waited until later that morning to look out and see what the commotion was all about. For any suspicious and unusual activity please take the time to investigate it—take a look outside, turn on some lights, call out into the darkness, activate your car alarm, or call police. Don’t just ignore it—act on it. Remember, you are the eyes and ears in the neighbourhood. Let’s work together to keep our communities safe and secure. SUSPICIOUS Just after midnight on Monday morn-

ing, May 7, a passerby observed a large pickup truck parked on McCord Drive with the lights switched off for unexplained reasons. The only occupant in the vehicle was a female passenger with light coloured hair. When the passerby pulled into his driveway the vehicle took off towards Second Line Road emitting a loud sound from its muffler. With a licence plate number police were able to follow up with the vehicle owner on the suspicious matter. Remember, you are the eyes and ears in your neighbourhood. And, together we can keep our communities safe and secure from crime. Shortly before 10 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8 three strangers were observed exiting a white BMW and walking into the forest for unknown reasons. Before the vehicle left the area the 911-caller took note of the licence plate number of the vehicle and passed it on to police. THEFTS An unidentified culprit broke into a locked commercial vehicle on Carp Road in the business district sometime during the overnight hours on Tuesday, May 8 and stole a bunch of tools. The culprit forced his way into the truck by smashing in the passenger side rear window. Sometime between 11 a.m. on Monday, May 7 and 6:30 a.m. on Friday, May 11 a deck boat was stolen from a private dock on Timber Lane by unidentified culprits. The $33,000 deck boat was secured to the dock with heavy gauge chain, ropes and a padlock. The water craft was described as an 18-foot Hurricane deck boat, fiberglass hull, blue and white in colour. It was outfitted with a 200HP Mercury motor. A boat that was discovered stolen by its


owner during some unspecified time was reported to police as being found on the Quebec side of the Ottawa River off Timber Lane. The right rear side of the boat was badly damaged and based on the evidence it is believed that the boat collided into the Quyon ferry dock. MAKE THE RIGHT CALL The West Carleton Police Centre is located at 5670 Carp Road and can be reached at 2361222 ext. 2982. The Centre is a “community problem-solving centre” and is responsible for the delivery of the Ottawa Police crime prevention programs. It is important to note that the West Carleton CPC is not an emergency response centre and that we do not dispatch cars to complaints or crimes in progress. When these situations arise, it is important to know the numbers to call for an appropriate response: • 911 – for life-threatening emergencies or crimes in progress; • 613-230-6211 – other emergencies, i.e.: suspicious incident or disturbance; • 613-236-1222, ext. 7300 – the O.P.S. call centre, to report a theft, missing person or stolen vehicle; and • 311 – for Bylaw Dispatch Services. All of these numbers along with other useful information can be found in the red pages at the front of your residential directory. If you have any information regarding any criminal activity, call Crime Stoppers at 613233-8477 (TIPS), or toll free at 1-800-2228477. Finally, if you are ever in doubt as to whether or not you should call police, or you cannot remember the non-emergency numbers, call 9-1-1. The caring and professional 9-1-1 Call Takers will steer you in the right direction.

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Lennon was brought to the shelter as a stray and never claimed. Lennon is a four year old, neutered male, he is a sweet boy with a good nature. Lennon is affectionate and very friendly, he loves attention. Lennon is good with other cats and children. He will make a wonderful companion for his new home.

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Arnprior Humane Society has many other companion animals available for adoption. Dry cat food, Featured animals are adopted quickly! canned dog food, Website: non clumping cat Email: • 613-623-0916 litter, paper towels

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CONSTANCE BAY June 9. West Carleton Legion is be hosting “GARAGARAMA”, its annual garage sale from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Call 613-832-2082 or 832 2495 to reserve a table. Breakfast will be available from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. Ed’s salvage is providing a courtesy dumper for scrap metal. West Carleton Legion Branch 616 events: Every Monday: Cribbage, 2 pm. Feel free to come down to the Branch for a few fun hands. Bring your partner or pick one up! Mondays at 2 p.m.: Men’s Cribbage and 7:30 p.m.: Men’s Darts. Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.: Ladies darts Every Wednesday: Kitchen opens from 5:00 to 7:00 pm for a pre-Bingo snack. Bingo in the main hall at 7:15 pm. Support your community and the legion; come and join us for an evening of fun and fellowship. You can win the $250 Jackpot – it goes every time! Every Thursday: Carpet Bowling, 1 p.m. Every Friday: Cribbage again, 2 p.m. TGIF Dinner: 5:30 p.m. Please join us for dinner. You get an entree and dessert. Bottomless tea or coffee also a bargain. The bar is open for alcoholic and soft beverages. Every Sunday Morning: Breakfast from 9 a.m. to noon. Relax; wind down your weekend by letting us do your breakfast. Reasonable prices, endless coffee. Musical Opportunity: Branch 616 is offering the hall to aspiring musicians looking for have a place to practice to an audience, free of charge on Friday nights after TGIF dinner. Perhaps you need to try out your act on an audience or iron out some kinks or break in a new number. Call the

branch if interested or the entertainment chairman at 613832-2495. We have an 80 to 100 capacity hall for rent (free to members). We can assist in planning your event. Call for info 832-2082. CORKERY The Corkery Gardening Club meets every second Thursday at 7:00PM throughout the gardening season. Meetings will be field trips and workshops with specific locations provided. For more information call Sue at 613256-5148. DUNROBIN May. 27. Come out and meet your neighbours at the annual firefighters’ breakfast from 7:30-11:30 a.m. Breakfast will be served by the Rural Firefighters of the Ottawa Fire Service – Dunrobin Station #66 (Location: Dunrobin Rd. @ Vances Side Rd.). A hearty breakfast: Jumbo pancakes, bacon, sausage, and juice/tea/coffee. Adults - $6 and children (Under 12) - $4. May 26. Pie and plant sale feature garden plants, homemade pies and tarts, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 1118 Thomas A. Dolan Drive, Dunrobi from 8:30-11 a.m. Bacon on a bun, juice and coffee will be available for $6. July 20-22. Second annual slo-pitch Tournament for the CHEO Foundation at the Dunrobin Community Centre, Dunrobin. Cost is $400 per team (six guys and four women). Homerun derby is $5 per person open to all, 50/50 tickets, tickets for booze. Food and drinks available. For details call 613-317-0624 and ask for Lori. A TOPS Losers Unit. We lost over 800,000 pounds last year. How did you make out? TOPS, the longest serving non-profit weight loss support group in North America, is looking to form new chapters in the Carp, Dunrobin and Almonte areas. You and three of your friends can work together to achieve outstanding weight loss and health improvement using the techniques and tools in the TOPS program, Please contact Jim Parker at 613 838-4777 if you would like more information on being part of this outstanding success story. FITZROY HARBOUR The Fitzroy Harbour Seniors Club meets the second Tuesday of every month from Sept. to June at 12:30 p.m. Come out and join us for a meeting and pot luck lunch. We also have carpet bowling on Mondays and Fridays at 1 p.m. These activities all take place at The Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre, 100 Clifford Campbell Drive. June 3. Country Roots Garden Tour of three spectac-

ular Ottawa Valley gardens as fundraiser for Ottawa Botanical Garden Society. Fitzroy Harbour garden was recently featured in Ottawa Magazine. Sunday, June 3, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine. Info/tickets at events $15 member $20 nonmember, 613-454-5673. GALETTA May 23. The Galetta Bowls Club invites spectators to watch the lawn bowls competition of the West Carleton Senior Games May 23. Start time is 10 a.m. and play continues into the afternoon. Free. May 30. Open house on Wednesday,. May 30 at 2 p.m. or 6:30 the Galetta Lawn Bowling Club, 119 Darwin St. in Galetta.  Instruction and equipment provided. No experience necessary. Ages from 9 to 90 welcome.  Wear flat-soled shoes.  Great for curlers in the off-season. Call (613) 622-1586 for info or visit

for Profit Organization of the Year for West Carleton. This year there are a growing number of “home knitters”. The group meets in the West Carleton area every 2nd Monday from 1-3 p.m. For details visit “wccknitters” using Google search. Call Paula at 613 8322611 or Sue at 613 839-2542. May 26 - Arnprior & District Humane Society Annual Super Sized Yard Sale on Didak Drive starting at 9 a.m. Donations appreciated and can be dropped off at the shelter (please no electronics). Come on out! Rain or shine! Find your treasure and help support the no-kill animal shelter. For more information call the shelter 613-623-0916. June 16. Nine and Dine

golf tournament at Pakenham Highlands in support of St. Andrew’s United Church, Pakenham, Saturday, June 16, registration deadline May 30.  Golf sign in at 2:30 p.m., tee off 3 p.m. followed by pig roast at 6:30 p.m. at church. Golf and meal $55, pig roast only $20.  Call Sylvia at 613832-0006 or e mail stanton5@  to register or for further info. June 16. Almonte Walk for ALS takes place at the Almonte Civitan Club, 500 Almonte St., Almonte. Registration at 9:30 a.m. with the walk at 10 a.m. Walk will be a five or 10 kilometre walk. For information please contact Tracey Cummings at 613-820-2267 or

Every Wednesday. Playgroup - Parent run playgroup every Wednesday morning 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. at the Corkery Community Centre at 3447 Old Almonte Rd. Structured arts and crafts, play dough, playtime, songs, dancing and stretching as well as story time for ages 0-4. Come and meet with other parents and caregivers in the area. Share ideas and advice, enjoy a complementary coffee or teas. Bring your own nut-free snacks. Are you a compulsive overeater? Is your food addiction affecting your life? Consider Overeaters Anonymous. Held at the West Carleton Community Complex. Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Contact Catherine 613-832-5476.

KINBURN May 24. St. Thomas Anglican Church,Woodlawn, holds a Ladies Night Out fashion show at the Kinburn Community Centre, 7:30 p.m. Fashions by Alia/Tanjay of Hazeldean Mall. Price is $10. Desserts and door prizes. Cash bar available. Proceeds to the church. For more information and tickets contact Bev at 613-832-1400. Advance tickets only. WEST CARLETON (general)/PAKENHAM Every second Monday. Attention knitters and crocheters! The West Carleton Country Knitters are looking for you. The group is always accepting new members and is proudly the Kanata Chamber of Commerce’s 2012 Community Suppport/Not

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Chautauqua! A Storyteller’s Evening

Billings Estate National Historic Site 2100 Cabot Street, Ottawa Friday, May 25th 7 pm

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Experience a night out from a time when radios weren’t yet popular but tent shows certainly were! An evening of music, comedy, politics and culture from the start of the 20th century. 613-247-4830 R0011412194

CARP May 24 and 31. Six-hand euchre will be played at the Anglican parish hall in Carp every Thursday in May. Play begins at 7:30 p.m. and cost is $4. For more information, contact George Wilson at 613839-3455. May 23. Playgroup at St. Paul’s United Church Carp, 3760 Carp Rd. 9-11 a.m. the first and third Wednesday in April and May. For more information, call 613-839-2155 Until May 31,  Once Upon an Adventure Storytimes at 10:15 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Thursdays.  Drop in to the Carp branch of the Ottawa Public Library for a delightful half hour of stories, rhymes and more.  Family program. June 2. The Huntley Community Association is holding a garage sale starting at 7 a.m. at the Carp Fairgrounds, centre ring. Call Pat for a table at 613-839-7356.


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