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News – Six people were injured after a Cessna overshot the runway at the Carp Airport and a van skidded off into the ditch infield of the runway last Wednesday evening. More than 50 emergency service staff including police, fire, paramedics and members of St. John Ambulance attended the scene around 7:30 p.m. and while the scene looked incredibly real, it was all staged to allow airport authorities to test out the airport emergency plan. The Carp Airport emergency response exercise/mock disaster was carried out in order for West Capital Developments, which owns and operates the airport, to assess airport emergency capabilities and highlight areas in need of improvement. According to Canadian aviation regulations, each airport is required to have an emergency

plan containing information regarding the different emergencies susceptible of happening and each organization’s role to ensure quick and coordinated emergency response. “It is a mandatory exercise. Transport Canada requires it every three years,” said Mel Robertson, the 2013 mock disaster exercise coordinator. “This is an exercise. Safety is number one.” West Capital manned a control centre at the terminal building with West Sector Fire Chief Chris Burke manning the scene from the field, along with Ottawa Police Deputy Insp. Glenn Wasson and Sector Chief Todd Horricks from Stittsville, on the runway acting as dispatch. District 6 fire ran the pump tank and heavy rescue from Station 64 in Carp, along with pump 66 from Dunrobin with a crew of five and car 80 and 60. See CARP, page 2

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Music makes it better In conjunction with the City of Ottawa and MASC (connecting Artists and Learning), St. Michael Fitzroy School benefitted from a performance by Maria Hawkins’s Stop Bullying with the Blues as part of the anti-bullying week finale Nov. 22. Hawkins, seen here mid performance with kindergarten student Carter Hutchinson and Grade 8 student Emma Kucharik, brings enthusiasm through music to encourage more acceptable behaviours and winning attitudes in young people.

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News – Looking to find that unique gift for someone special? Look no further than the Carp Farmers’ Christmas Market. The annual holiday tradition once again finds itself at the Carp Fairgrounds Friday, Dec. 6 from 3- 8 p.m.,

and Saturday, Dec. 7 from 8a.m. to 2 p.m. According to market manager Ennio Marcantonio, the Christmas market really has become a “destination market” for everyone looking to enjoy everything about a farmers’ market but with a Christmas spin. Coupled with the historic fairground setting in downtown Carp, the market is a big draw for shoppers and tourists alike.

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Paramedic Supt. Andrew Fenton was also on scene with four ambulances and a support bus. On scene, responders found a plane off the runway with two occupants inside and a van in a ditch area off the runway with three occupants trapped inside. There were two pieces of wood through the front windshield of the van. Firefighters and paramedics stood ready in case of fire or explosions and the process of assessing injuries began. It soon became evident there was another victim from the plane who had been ejected from the aircraft and was wandering aimlessly just off the runway. The task at hand involved extricating the three victims from the van as well as the pair in the plane. Emergency personnel also had to locate the wandering victim. He was located some 35 minutes after the crash and treated. The scenario ended once all victims were ready for transport to the hospital. Following the exercise, a de-briefing was held inside the airport terminal building.

West Carleton-March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry, who was out on the runway for the exercise, said he was amazed with how well all emergency services worked together. He also learned a lot about the work firefighters do. “Firefighters do a lot more than fight fires,” he said. “Thank you to all of you. Robertson said all observations will be documented and put into a briefing sheet. “Recommendations will be made to West Capital Developments,” he said, adding he was impressed with the cooperation by all the emergency services who took part in the event. “It went well.” Ottawa Fire Chief John deHooge, on site for the exercise, offered praise for the efforts of all those who took part. “It is a real pleasure for me to see the three services work so well together,” said deHooge. “I’ve always known we do that and but it always warms my heart and makes me proud of our team and police and paramedics for the great work that we do.” He added this kind of exercise not only

For photo coverage of the Carp Airport mock disaster, please turn to page 49.

tests skills but shows people the capabilities of emergency services. “It gives each and everyone one of us an appreciation for the work we do,” deHooge concluded. Wasson said he and Burke were able to communicate well at the scene which helped coordinate resources. “There was a bit of confusion with the ejection (of one of the plane’s occupants) but that is what happens in a scene like that,” he said. “I think things went really well from our (police) perspective.” From the paramedic perspective, Fenton said there was a bit of a communication issue with fire and police. He also noted paramedics were outnumbered in the field by police and fire but that was to be expected. “My medics got pushed pretty hard with low reserves. That is why we have to start building debt,” said Fenton, adding all the injured were dealt appropriately. Burke said the exercise went well from a fire perspective.

“There was some delays in terms of extrication, getting people out getting them backboarded but the overall message and the positive that I take out of tonight’s exercise, and it is an absolute necessity, when police got on scene they did a good job by directing our resources to the right location,” he said. “This facility is huge. It is a dark facility a lot of the times we would be responding here so having the ability to use police as an escort or marker to get to the right location was a great asset for us.” He noted fire had the most responders for the exercise “By working in a half unified command, we were able between the police and fire, to ascertain where certain people were by getting reports from the ground by certain sectors,” Burke said. He added that the paramedic command should have been with police and fire so that is lesson to be taken away from the evening. “Training is a terrific opportunity for us,” he concluded.

Market to offer plenty of ideas for Christmas Continued from front page

Every year the market gets a little bit bigger and this year is no exception with 66 vendors filling up 86 booths. They include 25 vendors of farm products, 19 vendors selling prepared foods, 19 offering arts and crafts and three food

concessions. You can find everything from toys to truffles, jams to jellies and everything in between. Feel free to use a visit to the market as the perfect time to pick up your Christmas tree from the West Carleton firefighters from fire station 84

Corkery. Their booth will also include fresh wreaths or swag for holiday decor. Attendees are asked to consider bringing non-perishable food times for the West Carleton Food Bank. For more information, visit carpfarmersmarket.com.

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Healthy mussels reveal strong Ottawa River Derek Dunn

worldwide scope. North America has 300 of the world’s 900 types of mussels. However, the much maligned zebra mussel is not among those welcome in the Ottawa. Zebra mussels are responsible for sucking the life out of areas they invade, making it uninhabitable for plants, fish and other creatures. Martel says they prefer hardwater with high pH counts like the limestone silted Mississippi COURTESY OF MUSEUM OF NATURE River. This adult female Obovaria-lampsilis is a type of ultra rare hickorynut mussel believed “Zebra mussels aren’t really to be dependent on lake sturgeon for its existence. It has been found in some areas near mussels. They are more like a MacLaren’s Landing and the Quyon Ferry Landing. clam. They are two different worlds entirely,� he said. “The Ottawa has softer, colder water. I haven’t seen any in the Ottawa.� While he doesn’t think the Ottawa’s as healthy east of the city, he is hopeful that it will $ be much like it was 100 years ago in the Pembroke area.

a few sturgeon remain trapped between Chats Falls and Deschenes Rapids. But were it open and fast flowing, as in centuries past, the area must have been teeming with sturgeon. “When the river was free, fish-wise, it must have been extraordinary,� Martel said. “The sturgeon must have been abundant.� To get embryos on the fish, Martel explained that mussels stretch their bodies outside the shells to attract fish. They resemble certain lures, he said, while swaying on the river bottom. Fish will attempt to snatch them, but often miss. As the body slides back inside the shell, the embryos are left on the mouth and teeth. He said there are 15 of the world’s 55 freshwater mussel species present in the Ottawa River; a decent number on the

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News – Lots of mussels means lots of fish in the MacLaren’s Landing area of the Ottawa, and that spells good news for area anglers and others who support the river. A Canadian Museum of Nature diver by the name of Andre Martel has found a virtual multicultural nation of mussels in the area, including an ever elusive hickorynut mussel. And since mussels must “hitch-hike� on fish gills, the multitude – 170 native mussels for every square metre – is good news. That’s because mussels spit up river sediment and mix oxygen into the mucky bottom, preventing “water deserts�. Martel has been diving in the area since 2006. He says the area around MacLaren’s Landing and the Quyon Ferry landing in Fitzroy Harbour is full of oxygen and mussels. “It is a very beautiful river bottom, very beautiful,� Martel said. “I would say there are likely lots of fish in the area.� He said it takes him about 15 to 20 minutes to find the endangered hickorynut, but that it says something about a particularly rare and revered fish. “The hickorynut is rare but widespread. If you find a dozen it takes days,� Martel said. “But we think its embryos can only hitch-hike on lake sturgeon.� They have no direct proof, but in the six Canadian lakes with hickorynuts, lake sturgeon are present. The sturgeon’s cousin in the southern U.S., the shuttle-nose, is known to carry hickorynut embryos in its gills. “We are making an assumption. It could be another fish, because we haven’t proven it. But I think it’s a pretty safe assumption.�

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BIA discusses water-sector challenges and opportunities Derek Dunn derek.dunn@metroland.com

News â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A business group met at a West Carleton golf course last week to find solutions to water-related challenges. The Carp Road Corridor Business Improvement Area (BIA) drew about 60 public and private sector leaders to the Irish Hills Golf and Country Club on Nov. 20 to discuss water and wastewater issues. The City of Ottawa hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t shown a keen interest in building expensive pipelines along the stretch of road. It makes attracting

businesses to the area, which includes a business park on the Stittsville said of Highway 417, that much more difficult. When new regulations mean commercial properties must set aside about one third of their land for a septic tank, the cost can be exorbitant. ATTRACTING BUSINESSES But the meeting had a second aim: attracting water-sector businesses. Only about half the BIAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s properties are filled, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been that way for about two decades. BIA executive director Roddy Bolivar sees high po-

tential in attracting such businesses. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an opportunity. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s economic growth in the water sector,â&#x20AC;? Bolivar said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Even if we werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t talking about clean water solutions, we should still be in the water technology sector.â&#x20AC;? Enter Brian Mergelas, CEO of WaterTAP Ontario â&#x20AC;&#x201C; an armâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s length body that links municipalities, publically funded research, and companies. He spoke on â&#x20AC;&#x153;Making Cleantech Driven Economic Development Happenâ&#x20AC;?. He said technologies exist that could save businesses a lot of money when it comes to water issues, and

that it is proven technology so governments donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t require a lot of convincing. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Water is a really important sector with a lot of business opportunities,â&#x20AC;? said Mergelas, who travelled up from his Toronto office. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are champions of the water sector. We are here to talk up the industry.â&#x20AC;? He said he could see the Carp Road Corridor BIA developing a hub and exporting around the world. No BIA decisions were made on proceeding with Cleantech. Bolivar said the picture will become clearer over the next six months or more.

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News â&#x20AC;&#x201C; New members and plans for new activities is keeping the Kinburn Community Association fresh. The group recently held elections to the 10-member board of directors, welcoming aboard 20-somethings Danielle Dowd and Stephanie Pelletier. Dawn Dean is back for the second part of a two year term as president; she joined the organization many years ago when her children were still little. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s great to see new blood and get a mix of new ideas,â&#x20AC;? Dean said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We try to get every age group out. We have a senior representative on the board.â&#x20AC;? Kinburn Community Associationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s primary focus is to foster community spirit and keep the community centre on Kinburn Side Road, just east of

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the various events held at the centre: Swampfest in the summer, a Halloween party, the upcoming brunch with Santa (pancakes this year), and the winter carnival on Valentineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day, to name the big ones. The association raises a few dollars at each event, which is poured back into building maintenance and upgrades. The City of Ottawa may own the building, which is nice should it sell, but the onus is on the community to keep it going. And with soccer fields on one side and an outdoor rink on the other, the property is crucial for quality of life. Event attendance is all but imperative to the villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s well being. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a struggle, even stressful, according to Dean. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been almost breaking even. (The building) is certainly not a moneymaker,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People complain there is

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There is some doubt whether the villageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s music-heritage festival Swampfest will go ahead in year five. If it does happen next summer, expect something new: volunteers will clean up the Carp River behind the community centre and welcome a kayaking event courtesy of Ottawa Valley Canoes. A Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority grant would help with the cleanup, and the Friends of the Carp River offered their hands. The green welcoming signs planned for the entrance of most â&#x20AC;&#x153;Magnificent Sevenâ&#x20AC;? villages in West Carleton have found their way

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News - The Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre will light 14 candles in memory of the women killed in the Montreal Massacre on Dec. 6. A 15th flame will be lit for all women who are impacted by domestic violence. The annual vigil is held on the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence

Against Women to honour the women killed in 1989 by a psychologically disturbed gunman at École Polytechnique. “The vigil is, first and foremost, to remember the 14 women that were murdered in Montreal,” said Terry Longhorn, volunteer and peer support worker with the resource centre in the violence against women program. “We light that 15th candle and (place) a red rose for the other women who were murdered or abused.”

A list of the names of women who were murdered over the past 12 months will also be read, said Longhorn. She said the vigil is important because it brings attention to the issue of violence against women. “When we keep silent it just perpetuates the violence,” said Longhorn. “It makes it easier for someone to come forward – it takes away that stigma of ‘Keep your mouth shut, don’t tell anybody.’” Longhorn said the number of people attending the annual vigil has grown, as has the number of men.

A few years ago, she would only see one or two men in the crowd, she said. For the past five years, members of the Kappa Sigma fraternity at Carleton University have attended the Kanata vigil; more than 20 members of the fraternity showed their support last year. “The young men, it starts with them,” said Longhorn. “It’s up to them to set the example.” The vigil, an outdoor candlelit ceremony followed by an indoor reception, will be held at the resource centre, located at 2 MacNeil Crt., starting at 5 p.m.

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espite the best intentions of Rideau-Vanier Coun. Mathieu Fleury, studying the possibility of digging a tunnel underneath Lowertown from the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge to Highway 417 is no way to solve the problem of heavy trucks moving through the city core. Fleury recently put forward a motion calling for the city to raise the subject of a study with the provincial government, asking Queenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Park to split the estimated $750,000 cost. This latest plan to address Lowertown truck traffic follows the collapse of National Capital Commission plans to establish a site in the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s east end for an interprovincial bridge. That collapse was triggered by the Ontario government, which withdrew support for the NCC bridge study shortly after the Kettle Island corridor was revealed as the technically preferred route across the Ottawa River. With an estimated cost of $1.6 billion, a bridge at Kettle Island was never going to be an inexpensive prospect. But for the money, a bridge is a far better way to solve the truck problem. The first thing to consider would be how the cost of a tunnel would be divided. Since it would only be constructed on the Ontario side of the river, the Quebec government and city of Gatineau would

be under no obligation to contribute to the project. While Fleury points to this as an advantage -- fewer compromises would need to be made to satisfy fewer political interests -- it does no service to Ontario taxpayers as they would bear the burden while Quebeckers get better access to the 417. Another problem with the tunnel is it wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t necessarily take all the trucks off the surface streets of Lowertown. Any tunnel to the 417 would be about two kilometres in length, making it longer than tunnels such as the Windsor-Detroit tunnel, the George Massey Tunnel in British Columbia and the LouisHippolyte Lafontaine Bridge-Tunnel in Quebec, each of which have restrictions on the transportation of dangerous goods. While the province would have to determine such restrictions for an Ottawa tunnel, it is unlikely dangerous goods would be allowed in the tunnel. And while the cost of a tunnel might be lower than a bridge, it would not offer the same potential economic boost a new crossing in the east end of the city would provide. Rather than looking at a tunnel, Fleury should be encouraging the province to help consider a more politically palatable location for a bridge, perhaps further east. The problem of truck traffic needs to be solved, but a tunnel doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really fit the bill.

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riving on a downtown Toronto street on a Saturday night, I along with hundreds of other drivers, was trying to cope with construction zones that thrived even into the dark hours. Each block brought new lane closures, new temptations to swerve suddenly in one direction or another to find open space. Not many Toronto drivers are able to resist temptation, and I was tempted myself. At one point I pondered a swerve into the right-hand lane. Just as I decided against it, a bicyclist materialized from my right-hand blind spot and sped past. He wore dark clothing and no helmet. His bicycle had no lights. He was a dead man if I had made that lane change and it was only blind luck that I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t. Many opportunities for sermonizing arise from this incident. You could rant about unsafe cyclists, or impatient motorists or the out-of-control condo boom that has turned so many streets into accidents waiting to happen. You could get into the whole share-the-road argument again. You could even utter dark thoughts about Toronto. But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not about Toronto. Take a little spin along Queen Street in Ottawa tomorrow and think ahead. Until the light-rail construction is completed much of downtown Ottawa is

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While it is possible to sympathize with those who call for the re-education of drivers and cyclists, especially drivers, thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a slow process. Too slow. And some people are never going to get it. So, maybe instead of thinking in terms of bicycle lanes we should be thinking in terms of bicycle streets. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s separation for you. Select a downtown street and take the cars right off it. Bicyclists would thank you. So would motorists, who donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t like to contend with bicyclists any more than bicyclists like to contend with motorists. Who would object? Not motorists and cyclists. Downtown merchants, maybe. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had a lot to put up with in recent years and this is one more. But in the long run anything that makes getting downtown easier and more pleasant is in their best interests. Those located along the designated bicycle street will learn that cyclists spend money too. Partly because of fitness concerns, partly because of hard economic times, there are more bicyclists on the streets. And there will be even more in the future. Since downtown is in turmoil anyway, this is the perfect time for radical experimentation. Next on the agenda is finding a safer way for cyclists to get downtown, as well as to

suburban busy spots. Yes, there are some bicycle paths and these are well-used, but there are still bicyclists on Carling Avenue and Scott Street and other overcrowded and sometimes narrow arterials. These, in addition to bringing a shudder to anyone who sees them, demonstrate that there is a need for safer alternatives. So maybe add in a bicycle-only arterial or two. Not many, but at least a couple. I know. Think of the adjustments that would be necessary. But you know, as a city weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re adjusting all the time, and we can handle it.

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City of Ottawa needs to re-think Para Transpo costs The Para Transpo system was originally developed to meet the needs of a completely urban population and extending it to meet the needs of a growing population of seniors living in the vast rural Ottawa area has proven to be difficult. If Ottawa is to become an Age Friendly City, however, every senior living within its borders must have a reliable and affordable means of transportation to medical appointments and other essential services. For this reason the Transit Commission was asked to consider three recommendations from the Rural Sub-Committee of the Ottawa Seniors Transportation Committee to consider while preparing the Transit budget. 1. First, we ask that you keep the Para Rural Transpo Fare for 2014 at the current rate of $8.45. Last year it increased by $.20 from $8.25 and it is projected to increase in July to $8.60. For seniors with a number of medical appointments each month this is not affordable and, at this rate, it will not be

long until it is over $10 oneway or $20 for a trip to your doctor and back. The gap in the cost of Para Transpo for urban and rural seniors is growing and this leads me to our second recommendation. 2. We ask you to have staff apply the Equity and Inclusion Lens to the current allocation of Rural Para Transpo provider arrangements in a forum open to community agencies and providers. Where is the equity when one senior living on the south side of a road in rural Kanata can travel by Para all the way to Orleans and back for $4.00 or less with a Presto Card, but, their neighbour across the road must pay more than 4 times that much or $16.90 to go to her doctor right in Kanata? How is that fair or equitable? Many rural seniors feel excluded from the benefits afforded urban seniors in this city because they are not inclusive. 3. Thirdly, we recommend that staff be asked to develop an annual performance report for Para Transpo to be presented at a Transit Commission Meeting as a way of keeping yourselves, Para Transpo cli-

ents, service providers and the community at large informed. The Para Transpo performance report would include a section on how Transit Commission, in collaboration with other city departments, establishes the elements of Rural Para Transpo Service. In addition to our recommendations the members of the Rural Sub-Committee of OSTC (Ottawa Seniors Transportation Committee) also supports the presentation made by the Spinal Cord Injury Solutions Alliance and its call for a long-term plan to increase capital and operating resources for Para Transpo. We are equally concerned that Para Transpo had to turn down so many requests for rides last year (over 80, 000) including 457 in the rural area. I have heard from some clients that they tried to get trips from Para but were continually refused and they were left in a panic looking for another way to get to their medical appointment the next day. One man I know had to pay $180 taxi fare to get to an appointment he could not miss. Some seniors are forced to cancel appointments and suffer the consequences.

This situation cannot be allowed to continue and our committee would like to see a collaborative effort made to come up with a solution, one that will ensure that all se-

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You made do or you did without in Depression years Lifestyle - How often I had begged Mother to find the few pennies it would take to buy just one bar of store-bought soap. But there was always a better place for her egg money, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d say. And besides, there was nothing wrong with the bars of home-made soap she churned out once or twice a year. As well as my loathing for the home-made soap was my absolute dislike for the days Mother put aside to make it! That seemed to happen Spring and Fall. It couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be too hot, or too cold. Winter had yet to settle in that year I remember with such clarity. The summer kitchen was still being used to store things, but soon it would be too cold to be nothing more than a place to pile the wood. Mother announced at breakfast that morning that Audrey and I were expected to hurry home from school because we would be putting supper on the table. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m making soap today,â&#x20AC;? she said. She had been saving lard from the fried bacon, roasted pork and anywhere else she could find a spoonful or two of fat. By the time the soap day

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rolled around, about four small honey pails of fat sat on an old table in the summer kitchen at the ready. The tin of Gilletteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lye was already bought at Scottâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hardware in Renfrew, and we children were warned every day not to even touch the tin it came in, so deadly it was! â&#x20AC;&#x153;Poison. And it will burn a finger to the bone,â&#x20AC;? Mother warned. Every time I walked through the summer kitchen, I looked at the yellow and black lettered tin of lye like it alone had started the First World War. The containers Mother used to make the soap were big square black tins, much like the cookie sheets that stood on edge in the bottom of the kitchen cupboard. But these were shallow, and much larger, and as black as your boot. Even before we went to school, Mother would have started into the soap-making. The tins (usually there were at least three in use at a time)

were spread out on the old wood table in the summer kitchen. The kettle would be boiling on the Findlay Oval, and Mother would take it to the summer kitchen and half-fill the black tins with hot water. I would always hope we would still be home when she added the lye. I both hated and was entranced with that step in soap-making. Mother would pry off the lid with a knife and evenly pour the lye over the hot water. And great gusts of steam would come off the tins, not from the hot water which would cool off almost immediately, but from the lye doing its dastardly deed with the water. There was an old wood spoon, with a very long handle that was used for nothing else but stirring the lye into the water. It had a piece of binder twine through the little hole in the handle, and, when not used for soapmaking, hung in the summer kitchen, so that it wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t accidentally be used for something that would be put in our stomachs. The fact that Mother wore a pair of Fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s old work gloves confirmed in my mind how deadly was the lye. We were never around long enough

to see the next step, but we knew the little honey pails, which would have been sitting on the back of the cook stove to turn to liquid, would be brought close to the table, and once the lye had been melted into the hot water, the lard would have to be stirred into the mixture. Into one tray Mother would drop in a few drops of vanilla. That tray would be used for our baths and facewashing. My sister Audrey said the hardest part of soap-making was trying to blend the fats into the water and lye. Sometimes it took hours. And I would picture in my mind Mother with Fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s old work gloves on stirring and stirring and making sure not a drop would touch her skin. By the time we got home from school, the big black trays of lye, water and fat, would have gelled and hardened, at least that was Motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hope. But sometimes, it seemed to take forever for the pans to set well enough to be cut into bars. And while that was happening, Mother constantly jumped up from the supper table and went out to the summer kitchen to press a finger to the mould to see if it

was ready to cut. By the time the evening was well on its way, Mother would bring the trays onto the kitchen table, which had been spread out with copies of the Renfrew Mercury, and with the sharpest knife in the house, she would cut the soap into bars. Sadly, no matter how hard Mother worked to melt the lye, there was always a few pieces left that didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t succumb to the hot water, and it wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t unusual at all, when washing, to have a piece of lye scrape across your body, leaving a scratch like one made by a mad tom cat! My sister Audrey and I and Mother were the only ones to use the soap made with a dash of vanilla, but as far as I was concerned, the vanilla did little to take away the strong smell of Gilletteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lye. It would be a long time before Mother finally bought a bar of real soap, and it, I thought, smelled just as bad as what she had made. So all through those Depression years, homemade lye soap was part of our lives, and very much a part of a time in our lives when you made do, or you did without.

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Community – Who wants a plain old holly, jolly Christmas when you can have a splendid Pakenham Country Christmas this year? Back by popular demand, the Pakenham Business and Tourism Association is again hosting its day of old-fashioned country holiday fun on Saturday, Nov. 30 beginning at 9 a.m. “The idea is to have an old-town Christmas like they would have had years and years ago,” said PBTA representative Christine Whaelan. The second annual Pakenham Country Christmas event is a full day of holiday themed activities and shopping in the heart of the village. BREAKFAST WITH SANTA

Starting at 9 a.m., the Centennial Restaurant will host its Breakfast with Santa where kids can enjoy a hot breakfast with the jolliest elf of them all. Then, at 10 a.m., a craft fair will be set up in the gymnasium of Pakenham Public School. There you can find handmade gifts and slash items off your Christmas lists. “The whole day is a great holiday shopping day,” said Whaelan. “We had a lot of people tell us last year that they got a lot of gifts for people on their lists and for themselves.”

While children might have already told Santa what they hoped to get for Christmas at breakfast that day, a letter-writing station will be set up from 10 a.m. to noon in the school’s lobby so they can put in a formal application. Love That Barr will also be hosting Santa that day, for lunch at noon. But they aren’t the only business to participate. “So many of the businesses take part in the event,” Whaelan said. “They got great feedback from last year.” Throughout the day, businesses in Pakenham will be participating in a town-wide scavenger hunt. Each will have one of Santa’s nine reindeer; the goal for locals is to figure out which business has which reindeer. “It should be a lot of fun,” Whaelan said. “I think kids will really love it.” The day will wrap up at 4:30 p.m. with a tree-lighting ceremony, caroling and hot chocolate with the Pakenham Horticultural Society at the park by the 5 Span Bridge. “People said last year that it felt as if you were visiting with their neighbours that day,” Whaelan said. “We were really pleased with that.” The event is set up to feel like an old-time Christmas, where a community would gather to celebrate together, Whaelan said. With so many several things going on around town that day, it can be hard to keep track: for a full itinerary with times and locations, visit the Pakenham Country Christmas Facebook page.

Ogilvie Mercedes Benz Celebrates the Arrival of the 2014 S-Class Ogilvie Mercedes Benz Reveal Event by Brian Turner Mercedes Benz is returning to its rightful place as an automotive leader in ways that mark both the best of the past and future in an industry that defines change. On November 14th, Ogilvie Mercedes Benz in Ottawa invited its customers, clients, and the press to an event that few auto-makers sadly seem to take the time to offer any more; an evening dedicated to the launch of a new model. Few of our current generation have ever experienced the excitement that auto-makers and car dealerships use to create when the new models arrived. Our parents and grandparents can remember when, every fall their neighbourhood retailers would paper over the windows of their showrooms and send out hand-written invitations to their customers for a special evening when the new models would be revealed. Everyone would be caught up in the excitement and wonder what wheeled marvels were hidden behind the blacked-out windows. Water-cooler talk would be dominated by speculation on new body styles, engine options, and prices as the day approached. Perhaps our current generation has been jaded by the onslaught of multi and social media advertising and many retailers and automakers alike can be excused for thinking progress has taken its toll and there really is no excitement anymore when a smart-phone can provide all the details. Mercedes Benz and their dealer group are the carmaker that marked the beginning of the automotive age over 125 years ago. It’s fitting that they still honour the traditions that mean the difference between utilitarian transport and the art and sport of motoring. Mercedes believes that people deserve the option of choosing a vehicle that

not only efficiently moves them and their passengers in safety and style but pays tribute to the craftsmanship of designers, engineers, and the tradespersons that create their products. The staff at Ogilvie Mercedes Benz are united in their belief that we all deserve to drive the best vehicles available today as well as being treated to an ownership experience second to none. In their newly renovated and expanded St. Laurent Blvd. facilities, the owners, management, and staff at Ogilvie Mercedes Benz welcomed their guests to experience the peak of automotive accomplishment in the forms of the2014 S-class full-size sedans and the CLA 250 mid-sized autos. The parallels between the S Class flagship sedans and Ogilvie Mercedes are worth noting. The S550-4Matic (equipped with Mercedes patented all-wheel drive system) is available in a long wheelbase version with a reconfigured and opulent interior to provide expansive limo roominess in the passenger rear seat position. Ogilvie Mercedes has also under

gone two phases of a multi-million dollar expansion and redesign of every customer department to bring the same personally welcoming touches to an expanding client family. Sales director, Leslie Mise, noted at the event that Mercedes is reaching out to a much wider and diverse demographic starting with younger professionals and growing families. “The outdated image of Mercedes Benz as an automaker for the elite has been replaced with overwhelming consumer acceptance of this iconic firm as a global supplier of vehicles for almost every need and budget. Our increase in sales and market-share in this region is mirrored in every major centre across the country.” The S-class group of vehicles receives two great power-plants in the form of a twin-turbocharged 4.6 L gasoline V8 and a 577 hp 5.5 L for the sportier AMG version. These single-craftsman built engines provide efficient power along with the confidence of a finely tuned suspension system and drive-line.

Ogilvie Mercedes as well is flexing its power (buying power that is) by being able to bring all the most popular models to its facility, thanks to recording-setting sales. Mercedes Benz Canada is providing generous and early allocations of their newest vehicles so that Ogilvie Mercedes customers have access to the best. And Mercedes assemblers are proud to sign every engine they build. Ogilvie clients receive the confidence of having a personal transportation relationship with Canada’s leader in customer satisfaction. The interior of the S-class has been thoughtfully designed and crafted to provide all the information that a driver needs, without distraction. It’s multitude of technology-leading safety systems include collision mitigation, infrared night vision sensors, autonomous braking systems for both vehicle and pedestrian collision avoidance. These features mirror the care that each member of the Ogilvie team takes whether dealing with a comprehensive pre-owned vehicle protection package, or helping a customer select the correct winter tires, or even demonstrating an advanced heated wiper and washer system that beats any Canadian winter drive cold. Just as every Mercedes product is imagined, designed and constructed to excel at its job; Ogilvie Mercedes’ team, facility and operating philosophy been designed to provide seamless, comfortable, and personal access to the best team of trained service and technology professionals, sales and parts consultants in the country. Contact them today and find out why driving the best doesn’t have to cost the most. Ogilvie Mercedes is located at 1110 St. Laurent Blvd (just north of the Queensway) and can be reached at 613-745-9000 or found online at www.ogilvie.mercedes-benz.ca. R0012435038/1128

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Huntley Centennial Public School snowsuit drive supports R.E. Wilson Public School students News – Students in the leadership council at Huntley Centennial Public School are paying it forward in their own school district. A snowsuit drive will be held at the Carp area school, beginning on Monday and ending on Dec. 6. The recipients of their efforts will be students from R.E. Wilson Public School. Huntley Centennial principal Colleen Irvin says office administrator, Brenda Kerr organizes the Snowsuit Committee every

year to help others in the Ottawa Carleton District School Board community. “I am fortunate to work with an Office Administrator who demonstrates her leadership both in the office and in our greater school community,” Irvin said. R.E. Wilson has just over 200 students enrolled at the school, reflecting the many different cultures, countries and languages of the wider community. Last year the response from students, staff and the greater Carp community was

Venta students raise funds for school improvement Community - The Parent Committee of Venta Preparatory School held a dance-a-thon fundraiser on Friday Nov. 15 from 3 - 10 p.m. The student participants raised over $5,427.00 which will go towards restoring the buildings and grounds at Venta. “I can’t believe it,” participating Venta student Rebecca Thompson said when she heard the total amount raised by only students. Her dance team won the Group Spirit Award. Venta Preparatory is a small day and boarding school for students in JK - Grade 10 located in Carp. For more information on the school, contact Tanya Kaye on 613839-2175.

simply outstanding. Organizers are hoping to match last year’s donations or to collect more. The winter clothing should be clean or new. Items could include such things as hats, scarves, mitts, snowsuits and boots. The winter supplies will be dropped off at the R.E.Wilson Public School on Dec. 9. Donations will be accepted at Huntley Centennial Public School, located at 118 Langstaff Dr. in Carp until Dec. 6. A drop box is located in the main foyer. The school is open Monday through Friday.

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$215,000 Located in Fairbrooke Ct, 3 bedroom two storey town home, finished basement with fireplace, 3 bathrooms including en suite, gas heat, and central air, Large back yard and single car garage. Mls 890766 Cheryl Richardson-Burnie 613-623-9222

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Tree planting is top-of-mind for 2014 environment budget Laura Mueller laura.mueller@metroland.com

News - The cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s environment committee reconfirmed a planned seven per cent hike in water and sewer rates, but not before much discussion on forestry services. A spotlight is being shone on the department as the city grapples with losing a large number of trees to the emerald ash borer beetle. The $16-million budget for forestry in 2014 includes $1.18

million more money than last year for planting trees (about 17,000 of them), but fewer staff members. That frustrated Somerset Coun. Diane Holmes, who said maintaining and increasing the tree canopy in her ward is a big priority for residents. In the downtown, where homeowners â&#x20AC;&#x153;front yardsâ&#x20AC;? are often city right-of-ways, residents donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to see fewer staffers available to cut down and replace their tree if it dies, Holmes said. Rideau-Vanier Coun. Mathieu Fleury said his constituents are also becoming frustrated at the length of time it can take for for-

estry services to replace trees once they are cut down. While Fleury said tree frustrations continue to grow in communities, Alta Vista Coun. Peter Hume disagreed, saying his experience with forestry was different than his colleagues. The water and sewer rate increase was decided prior to last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s budget, which also saw a seven per cent increase for that line. Increases of five and six per cent a year are projected for the next term of council. The overall environment budget for the city includes $122.3 million in spending, $48.3 million of which comes from taxes.

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WCSS students experience wildlife in Southern Africa Emily Edwards

truly amazing sight and feeling. It is close to the feeling of being surrounded by a herd of over 40 elephants, some less than two metres away. This does leave you with a sense of vulnerability, but when the only sounds you hear are the crunching of branches being chewed by the herd, and the occasional click of a camera, you realize how gentle one of the world’s largest mammals can be. An animal that is frequently spotted in game parks is the zebra. Perhaps this is due to their striped coats, which are truthfully black with white

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Opinion - When touring the unique lands of Africa, one must take advantage of the amazing wildlife the continent has to offer. The best way to do this is explore a game reserve. While some might find venturing out off road in search of some of the world’s most dangerous animals terrifying, I personally consider it peaceful. Finding yourself so close to a pair of male lions that you can count the number of flies on the elephant carcass on which they are feeding is a

stripes despite their white underbellies. While their unique coat helps humans to spot them, it is actually a form of camouflage against other animals, keeping them safe from predators such as lions. Zebras can be quite shy, and often a very cautious, but on occasion allow you to get fairly close. At such a close distance, you can completely appreciate the qualities and characteristics of the many different animals you experience in their natural habitat. You discover the gentleness of the elephant, observe the laziness of the lion and marvel in the gracefulness of the giraffe, and find that

they are no danger to you. While the aim of most is to see an elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard and rhino, or the “Big 5”, on a game drive, one must not forget the thousands of other wildlife and vegetation that call the red African sands home. I was initially captured by the idea of seeing the “Big 5” as well, but as my time in Africa went on, I began to truly appreciate every animal I had the opportunity to see. Watching an ostrich feast on vegetation by a body of water occupied

by hippos and crocodiles, who frequently pop their heads up in search of their mate can do nothing but captivate your attention. There is an entirely new experience when the sun sets in the game park. You can no longer spot animals through their unique coats, or large figures. You must rely solely on their glowing eyes in the darkness, reflecting only of the lights of the safari truck. The nocturnal animals emerge from their slumber. You may see scrub hares, jackals, and if you are

lucky, a leopard. Even though you are in a game reserve, the land is left untouched by humanity. Nature takes its course, and guests simply observe the wildlife in their natural habitat and share in the experience.

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483 Rock Forest Rd., Dunrobin Pretty setting for this 3 bedroom custom home near the Ottawa River & Eagle Creek Golf Course, 1.15 acre lot, low maintenance exterior, fireplace, master bedrm on the main flr, den, famrm, main flr laundry, 2 bedrms upstairs, large 2 car garage, paved laneway, f.a. heat, back up Generac power system, central air & includes appliances! $460,000

129 Pine Valley Court, Dunrobin Stunning Eagle Creek Golf course bungalow, 2+2 bedrms, ICF construction with walkout basement, pretty 1 acre lot backing on golf course, open concept, gas fireplace & cathedral ceiling in living room, 9 ft ceilings, gorgeous gourmet kitchen, main flr laundry, 6 pce ensuite, radiant floor heating, central air & 2 car garage! $629,900

1330 Kilmaurs Side Rd., Woodlawn All brick 3+2 bedrm bungalow on a 150’ x 100’ country lot! Enjoy Gatineau Hills views from veranda & sunsets from deck & pool! Features hardwd on main flr, oak eat-in kitchen, newer septic, shingles & furnace, oversized garage & a great basement with full bathrm, rec room & 2 extra bedrms! $319,900

113 McConnell Lane, Constance Bay Spacious 3 bedroom hiranch bungalow set up off the street with a flat and fenced backyard, 70’ x 130’ lot, Open concept livrm, dinrm & kitchen, hardwd flrs, basement partially finished with rec rm & spare rm! Needs TLC and price reflects this! $189,900

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Geese come in many forms Lifestyle - I think it safe to say that everyone knows a Canada Goose. That species is more than familiar for many nest locally and thousands more pass through our in migration. Their V-shaped flocks were once a sign of spring, but with global warming their arrival no longer coincides with the vernal equinox. Some even remain here all winter. In the early1970s great efforts were made to establish a breeding population of geese in southern Ontario. The largest variety of Canada Goose, the ‘Giant’ race, was released in many

regions including Ottawa. They quickly proliferated and spread, and today they are abundant throughout southern Ontario. They are so common that in many areas they are considered pests because their copious droppings foul water, beaches, and pathways. In the past few decades, most species of geese have gone

through population explosions. Northern races of Canada Geese as well as Snow Nature’s Geese now Way pass through Eastern Ontario in the hundreds of thousands, and in their nesting areas in the North they are creating havoc with the environment by digging up plant roots and enriching the soil with their nitrogen-rich droppings. For birdwatchers, the in-

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This odd-looking goose found near Brighton is part Canada, part Swan Goose. small ‘Richardson’s Goose’ would generate excitement across the province whenever that tiny Canada Goose - now known as Cackling showed up. Today one can regularly find one or more Cackling Geese in large flocks of migrating Canada Geese. Similarly, Snow Geese sometimes show up in flocks of Canadas. Recently a ‘white’ Snow Goose frequented the Mississippi River east of Pakenham. The ‘blue’ form of Snow Goose is less commonly encountered here, and even more rarely a tiny Snow Goose look-alike, the Ross’s Goose, shows up; one visited Almonte this fall. And then there are the head shakers. These are geese that don’t look like any known species of

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Police kick-off Festive RIDE season delivering sobering message He said police have also seen a rise in motorists driving under the influence of drugs, which trained officers will also be looking for at RIDE check-points. “Drugs are becoming more prevalent in our motoring society,” said Springer. “Trained drug recognition experts will be out there too.” If someone suspects a driver of being impaired they’re directed to call 911.

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News - The theme of this year’s Festive RIDE campaign is one of thanks. “Right before the season starts, we want to thank everyone for not drinking and driving,” said Ontario Provincial Police Insp. Dave Springer during the kick-off for the Festive RIDE season. “We want to thank the people that have taken the time and effort to make sure that they don’t drink and drive. And then we want to tell the people that are going to decide to drink and drive, ‘We’ll be looking for you.’” The OPP, along with the Ottawa police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Mothers Against Drunk Driving launched the 2013-14 Festive RIDE campaign on Nov. 22 with a check-point at the Highway 417 eastbound on-ramp at Eagleson Road. The operation will run until after the New Year. Officers stopped vehicles, asking drivers how they were doing and if they’d had anything to drink. Gaetan Gendron, a member of MADD, handed drivers red ribbons and thanked them for not drinking and driving. Although the majority of people make a conscious effort not to drive impaired, the number of those who do are still too high, said Springer. Ottawa police laid three impaired driving charges and issued six suspensions to those who registered between .05 and .08 blood alcohol concentration during the 2012-13 Festive RIDE season. The OPP charged 95 people with impaired driving and 86 drivers were handed a three-day suspension in eastern Ontario last year.

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Const. T.J. Jellinek with the Ottawa police talks to a driver during the kickoff for the Festive RIDE campaign on Nov. 22. “So there’s almost 200 people that didn’t get the message and that was just in that six-week period,” said Springer. “We’re going to top over 1,000 impaired drivers in eastern Ontario in OPP jurisdiction alone and we’ve had multiple fatalities this year resulting from the consumption of alcohol; the deaths of drivers as well as innocent people struck by these drivers.” So far this year, OPP officers have charged around 850 people with impaired driving in eastern Ontario. Last year, the total number was just under 1,500. “We’re making progress, the numbers are going down but they’re still not tolerable,” said Springer. “We’re not having that success.”

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In accordance with Section 34(10.7)(a) of the Planning Act and Section 3.(1) of Ontario Regulation 545/06, notice is hereby provided that a zoning by-law amendment proposal is being considered by the Planning and Growth Management Department at the City of Ottawa. LANDS SUBJECT TO THE PROPOSAL The zoning amendment proposal affects the entire territory of the City of Ottawa. PURPOSE AND EFFECT OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT The proposed amendment comes in response to direction by Ottawa City Council on April 24, 2013, requesting “a study in respect of the land use planning policies associated with the conversion of low-density residential uses to increase the number of dwelling units to three or more for the purposes of assessing the land use planning impact of such developments and establishing further zoning standards to help ensure their compatibility.” The proposed amendment will eliminate the distinction between conversions that increase the number of dwelling units in existing dwellings and new construction in the Zoning By-law. As a result, a dwelling that is modified to increase the number of dwelling units will be subject to the same zoning provisions (including the required setbacks, side yards, height limits, minimum lot dimensions, landscaping and parking) as a dwelling that was purpose-built with that many dwelling units. The proposed amendment will establish limits on the number of rooming units permitted in a Converted Rooming House in the R4 (Residential Fourth Density) zones, and modify the limits on this use in the R3 (Residential Third Density) zones. This use will be limited to a maximum of seven rooming units in these zones. The proposed amendment will also introduce a minimum requirement for amenity areas in the rear yard at grade for Rooming Houses, Converted Rooming Houses, Three-unit Dwellings and Low-rise Apartment Dwellings in residential zones. Amenity space of 15m2 per dwelling unit for the first eight dwelling units would be required. Rooming Houses and Converted Rooming Houses would require 7.5m2 of amenity space for the first eight rooming units, plus 3m2 per rooming unit thereafter.

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Small business owner takes Christmas shopping locally to new levels end and the Carp Christmas Market scheduled Dec. 6 and , where local vendors offer a huge variety of gift ideas, including locally handmade jewelry, quilts and hand-sewn clothing, preserves and treats, and more. The Hive, at 3773 Carp Rd. offers art, collectibles, antiques, gifts and a flower shop. Upstairs, at Treasures in the Attic, they specialize in custom designed, upcycled and unique childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clothing and accessories. Check out the schedule for workshops in the Gathering Room, and see the services being offered in the Tranquility Room and the Wellness Room on the second floor of the beautiful old house. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My husband and my daughterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s teachers will be thrilled to receive gift certificates to Aliceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Village Cafe, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure,â&#x20AC;?

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tickets to a Rural Root Theatre Company performance.â&#x20AC;? One of the reasons Facchin is especially interested in this project is that she, herself, is the owner of a small homebased business. She is an ambassador for Barefoot Books, a small, independent publisher of beautiful and unique childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s books. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;I have a lot of products in stock, and individuals can place orders through me personally, or through my website,â&#x20AC;? Facchin says, candidly admitting she is not much a salesperson, but she fell in love with the books and products from Barefoot Books. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am an Early Childhood Educator and work as the head teacher of a nursery school and with the Ottawa Public Library as a childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s programmer. I know great childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s books.â&#x20AC;?

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Six hand euchre at the Carp Memorial Hall, Carp Rd. on Thursdays in November at 1 p.m. Admission $5. Prizes and refreshments Everyone welcome.

December 7

Great Festive Fare in Carp at St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Church on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. A selection of hand crafted gifts. Stock up on

homemade jams, jellies, preserves, pies, baked goodies from our kitchens and our famous tourtières! Shop for delicious edibles, holiday delights and yummy refreshments.

Diefenbunker. Road closures will be in effect. For more, contact Annie Craig at annie@gadar.ca or call 613.558.8286.

To December 31

Building Peace exhibit at the Diefenbunker. See The Carp Farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Market diefenbunker.ca for more. - Christmas Market is Friday, 3 to 8 p.m. and ONGOING Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Every Thursday until Dec. at the Carp fairgrounds. 12 the Carp branch of the Visit the website www. Ottawa Public Library is carpfarmersmarket.com offering Storytime, 10: 15 for more information. a.m. and 2 p.m. (30 min.) Drop in for stories, rhymes and more. December 14 The Carp Santa Claus Parade is Saturday 12 p.m., starting at the CONSTANCE BAY Diefenbunker. The Huntley Community AssociationDecember 7 run parade then goes to Join us for our annual Juanita Street to Langstaff CBBCA breakfast with Drive, turning right on Santa; 8 to 11 a.m. at the Donald B. Munro to Carp community centre. Check Road, finishing at the out the Christmas Craft Fair, Silent Auction, Sensâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Army, Outdoor Hockey Registration, and the return of the Learn to Skate program. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget your non perishable food item    

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Ho Ho Ho: Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s that time of year again and Elves Vixen Viv & Lollipop Lynne are once again doing the Santaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seconds. So if you have any gently used items for Mom, Dad, aunts, uncles, grandparents, sisters and brothers that you want to donate please call 623-5386 (Viv) or 623-7474 (Lynne). The Christmas party will be held Saturday at the

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St. Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s United Church, on Carleton Street holds their annual Christmas bake sale on Saturday from 10 a.m. until noon. Free coffee and tasting, Christmas decorations, crafts, jam, jellies, pickles and pies. Also pick-up day for preordered tourtiere. Come and share the Christmas spirit and stock up for Christmas entertaining.

Come to the village of Pakenham on Saturday to experience a true country Christmas. The day will start with breakfast with Santa. A craft fair will be held in the school gymnasium. The day will conclude with a lighting ceremony, a day of festive fun for the whole family! For details on the days events visit the Pakenham Business and Tourism Facebook page.

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The Fitzroy Harbour Community Association will host a New Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Eve party at the community centre. There will be live music by Threeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a Crowd, food, and party favours. Admission will be $20 per person. Watch the December Peeper for more information.

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Galetta Community Association six hand euchres will be held at the hall - 119 Darwin St., Galetta on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Admission - $5 and refreshments will be served.

December 5

The 4th Annual Cookie & Square Exchange is Thursday, 7 p.m., at the Galetta Community Hall. For details call 613.623.4846 or 613.623.0113 or www. galettaca.org.

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The Pakenham Square Dance Club holds a dance, Friday, upstairs in the Stewart Community Centre, from 8 to 11:30 p.m. Local musicians, door prizes and light lunch provided. Everyone welcome. Information 613-2564126.

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The annual cookie sale at St. Thomasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Anglican Church in Woodlawn is Saturday from 10 a.m. -12. Cookies sold by the dozen your choice $5, cheaper if you buy more. Come and buy your Christmas cookies. For more info contact 613832-1400.

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Enjoy a Kilmaurs Country Christmas at St. Andrewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Presbyterian Church, Kilmaurs. Music starts at 2 p.m. and there will be refreshments. Free will offering.

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Renovator builds house of the holy Derek Dunn derek.dunn@metroland.com

News â&#x20AC;&#x201C; What would possess a renovator to convert a West Carleton country church into a home? Nothing supernatural. It was all about the cash. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was the cheapest property I could find,â&#x20AC;? Ashley Davies, during a worksite tour last week. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And with the roof we could get solar on there as part of the MicroFit pro-

gram.â&#x20AC;? Located on Diamondview Road near Kinburn Side Road, the Anglican diocese had tried to unload the church for some 25 years. Davies said besides the stone walls all around it was in poor condition: porcupines on the altar, bird droppings on the cross beams. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The birds must have sat up there looking out the window,â&#x20AC;? Davies said, pointing up from the master bedroom.

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The interior was completely rebuilt: from the new arched front door and entryway is the kitchen on the right, laundry and full-sized main floor bathroom on the left. Past the island with cabinets is the family room at the back. From there, visitors turn half way around to look back at the kitchen on the left, the stairs leading up to the second floor (it had none during its previous life) and a smallish office area on the right. Upstairs is three bedrooms; the master equipped with an en suite and a second bathroom. While there is no light in the smaller rooms, the tall narrow windows allow a surprisingly large amount of natural light throughout most rooms. Arched windows and doorways add tremendous character â&#x20AC;&#x201C; so much so one might think only artists would move inside. But Davies is pleased to see a young family has signed on. They are building a grass-roofed house not far away. The original floorboards were transferred upstairs, but Davies â&#x20AC;&#x201C; who lives in South March - isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a slave to sentimentality. He installed radiant DEREK DUNN/METROLAND heating, meaning under the Ashley Davies stands in the master bedroom of a former main floor of the basement- church he converted into a rental property. less structure is hot water flowing through tubes spaced six inches apart. The heat risof a bell rings. THE BELL TOLLS es, as is its natural inclination, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It used to be a church bell. warming the entire premises. His favourite feature? The Now itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lunch bell.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Go ahead and throw the one that still puts a broad He said diocese representabath towel on the floor,â&#x20AC;? he smile on his face? A weighted tives have come by a few times says, laughing. wire near the front entrance. and offered their (figurative) He tugged on it and the sound blessings of the building that

dates back to 1886. Davies calls it his â&#x20AC;&#x153;pension.â&#x20AC;? A self-employed master electrician, owner of Lightning Contracting, this is the third rental property heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s acquired. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In my work itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fine when you are fine. But if something goes wrong, the business is gone,â&#x20AC;? said younger man. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not holding out for CPP. I need to start planning for retirement now.â&#x20AC;? Problems with ownership had the West Carleton Review cover his two-and-a-half year saga with the City of Ottawa. Davies said it made him â&#x20AC;&#x153;famousâ&#x20AC;? in the area but that he is glad to have it in the past. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll also be glad to have the renovations in the past, too. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I hate it right now,â&#x20AC;? he said, glancing around the kitchen. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But ask me in another month.â&#x20AC;?

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etable spray. Set aside. In small bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder and salt to blend well. In large bowl and using electric mixer, beat eggs and maple syrup until slightly thickened. Gradually add brown sugar, beating until thick. Sift flour mixture over egg mixture in three additions, folding in gently after each addition. Spread evenly in pan. Bake in 400°F (200°C) oven for 10 to 12 minutes or until light brown and firm to the touch. Sift about 2 tbsp (25 mL) icing sugar onto clean tea towel in even layer. Invert cake and pan onto towel. Remove pan; carefully peel off paper. Roll up cake and towel together (begin at short or long edge, depending on whether you want a longer thin or shorter thick Yule log). Cool completely on rack. Filling: In chilled medium bowl, whip cream with maple syrup until firm peaks form. Unroll cake and spread filling evenly over cake. Roll up, using towel to help. (Cake can be wrapped and frozen at this point if desired, or frozen after adding whipped cream topping.) Topping and

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Remembrance celebration On Tuesday, Nov. 5, a candlelight remembrance celebration was held at Centrepointe Theatre in Nepean. Mayor Jim Watson, Minister of Defense Robert Nicholson, Minister of Veteran Affairs Julian Fantino and 300 veterans of the Korean War, Second World War and family members were in attendance. A youth delegation of more than 200 young people accepted candles from the veterans and they were then placed on the stage during the Ceremony. The 20-member Canterbury High School Choir sang during the evening and did a great job singing songs from years ago. A meet and greet and buffet lunch was held after the ceremony in the theatre foyer. Pictured in the photo (from left) are Watson, Jeanne Chevrier from Quyon, Second World War veteran Dr. Roly Armitage from Dunrobin, and his son Mick Armitage from Ottawa.

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News - The question of whether construction and skilled trade workers crossing the Ontario-Quebec border for work are being treated fairly was considered during a roundtable discussion held Nov. 13 between members of the industry and Ontario labour minister Yasir Naqvi. The meeting at the Taggart Family YMCA/YWCA follows in the wake of a failed bill tabled earlier this year by Progressive Conservative MPP Jack MacLaren, called Fairness is a Two-Way Street Act, which sought to restrict Quebecers’ access to Ontario construction jobs. The proposed legislation brought a heightened awareness to the cross-border work situation, and members of the industry and the labour minister began exploring possible changes to the 2006 Labour Mobility Agreement be-

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tween the two provinces at the session. The picture painted by members leaving the conference described a generally acceptable work environment for contractors and labourers, but with room for improvement. “Putting up a barrier (for Quebec workers) isn’t a solution; having these type of conversations like we did today is a solution,” said Richard Hayter, director of the Building and Construction Trades Council. “I thought (the meeting) was needed to clear the air on a number of issues so that everyone in all three parties can understand what the issues are and work collectively to solve them.” Hayter said a number of advantages for Ontario workers were identified in the agreement, an example being significantly shorter wait times for work licenses for those heading into Quebec. Ron Barr, chief executive and general manager of the Greater Ottawa Truckers Association, was on board with MacLaren’s failed Bill 80, but said he entered the meeting “with an open mind” and left feeling satisfied. Barr said as key difference between the two provinces is that Quebec routinely stops trucks to check for compliance, while Ontario does not. “We are tremendously large targets by virtue of our dump trucks and we seem to be an easy prey for compliance,” said Barr. “We get stopped numerous times a day. We’ve had members stopped as many as seven times. When they come into Ontario it is pretty much free will -- they get free reign and no one’s looking. We need to get the right government bodies to start do-

ing some compliance and spot check them to make sure they’re playing on a level and fair playing field with Ontario workers.” Barr said he likes the idea of having Quebec construction and skilled trade workers register with the necessary regulatory bodies before working in Ontario, as it would be economically beneficial to the province while serving to eliminate the underground economy. An idea floated at the meeting was having Quebec workers register with the Ontario College of Trades, a recently-formed independent body that draws fees from workers employed in the province. Naqvi said this idea merited further examination. “This is one of the issues I’m going to follow up on, and sit down with colleges of trade to better understand how are they looking at workers from other jurisdictions,” said Naqvi. “I think there was fairly general consensus around the table that there should be a level playing field, that the rules that apply to Ontario skilled trades should apply to skilled trade workers (either) from Quebec or other provinces.” A report examining the application of the 2006 mobility agreement was supposed to be issued in 2011, but currently sits uncompleted. Naqvi said he is attempting to expedite the final report in order to use it “as a catalyst for engaging in conversation” when he meets with the Quebec labour minister in the near future. The trucking and heavy equipment sectors of the construction industry will be a specific focus for Naqvi, as there are more barriers affecting them. Naqvi said he plans to hold follow up meetings with representatives from these sectors.

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Breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Claus featuring the Leatherworks Catering at Tania’s Dance Studio on Lansdowne Avenue from 9am until 12pm. Bring your camera to capture that special moment.

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Happy 60th Anniversary Mom & Dad Allan and Tish Stanton November 28th, 2013 Love all your family

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Welcome, veterans Veterans from Perley and Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre receive a warm welcome and lunch at the legion in Constance Bay on Saturday afternoon. Serving, from left, are Bria Martin, Doreen Bacon, Kathryn Scott, Iain Scott, and Arleen Morrow. Meanwhile, great conversation and music takes place in the hall. Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren and Sgt. at Arms Bill Berry share a few moments during the afternoon activities.

Notice of Completion Carlington Heights Pump Station Site Upgrade Class Environmental Assessment Report Available for Review The City of Ottawa has completed a Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) study for the Carlington Heights Pump Station Site Upgrade. This project is needed to improve the reliability of water supply to about one third of the City’s distribution system, and to provide additional capacity needed to accommodate future urban growth. This project has been planned as Schedule ‘B’ projects under the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment document (2007). The purpose of the Class EA study was to confirm project need and justification, document existing environmental conditions, examine alternatives and potential impacts, and recommend a preferred site upgrade alternative. Copies of the Carlington Heights Pump Station Site Upgrade Environmental Assessment Study Report are available for review at the following locations: City Hall Client Service Centre 110 Laurier Avenue West Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1 Tel. (613) 580-2400

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group of female singers who were recruited by Dueck to perform a few numbers at the male chorus’s Christmas concert in 2011. They had such a great time, many of the women expressed an interest in singing together again if the situation arose, said Dueck. So under Dueck’s guidance and direction, the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus came to life in 2012. Beginning with 12 members, the ensemble has grown to 30 women from all over the west end, including Kanata, West Carleton, Stittsville, Richmond, Munster, Arnprior, Carleton Place and Almonte. The public will have the opportunity to see and hear the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus perform – along with special guests Rory McGlynn, a tenor and soloist, Sandra Allan on cello, Christine Ritchie on trumpet, percussionist Ann Reilly, the Trinity Handbell Ensembles and the Trinity Hilltop Handbell Ringers – on Dec. 1. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at Gaia Java Coffee Shop (1300 Stittsville Main St.), Domenic’s Music Store (444 Hazeldean Rd.) and CD Warehouse (499 Terry Fox Dr.).

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Arts - With voices raised in perfect harmony, members of the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus sang a beautiful rendition of Silent Night during their last rehearsal before the group’s Christmas concert, A Garland of Carols, on Dec. 1. The holiday showcase will feature well-known carols, songs of the season and new tunes guaranteed to become audience favourites. “This choir does an amazing, amazing performance of In the Bleak Mid-Winter,” said Bonnie MacDiarmid, who accompanies the 30member chorus on piano. “The choir arrangement is beautiful. You won’t forget this concert.” “There’s a variety of music,” said Irene Moore, who’s been singing with the choir for the past year. “There are songs for people to sing along. It’ll put them in the Christmas spirit.” The 30-member chorus has been practicing twice a week since September for the show, which takes place at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 20 Young Rd. starting at 3 p.m. The West Ottawa Ladies Chorus stemmed from a

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Angel tree for seniors erected at Rona Councillor Community – An ‘Angel Tree’ for the love of a senior is now on display at Rona on Madawaska Boulevard in.Arnprior. Sponsored by Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home, it is designed for gift-giving for a senior or someone

with special needs. Everyone is encouraged to pick an Angel from the tree, bring it to the Seniors at Home office at 106 McGonigal St., and pay the appropriate amount with an official income tax receipt for all purchases

of $10 or more. Gift certificates are available in various need areas for $15. A gift package for $15 (a $27 value) includes a Home Support 2014 Calendar, Angels in Grey magazine and in-town transportation.

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SHORELINE RESTORATION ALONG THE CARP RIVER THIS WINTER Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) is currently working on two shoreline restoration projects just downstream of the Village of Carp in partnership with the City of Ottawa, the Friends of the Carp River (FCR), shoreline landowners, and with funding from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO). At both sites abandoned farm crossings will be removed as they can cause high flow velocities making it difficult for fish to migrate upstream to spring breeding grounds. Once the structures are removed, approximately 150 m of shoreline will be planted with local native trees and shrubs helping to restore the banks from historical cattle access and the disturbance caused when removing the bridge structures. If you are a shoreline resident and interested in participating in these stewardship activities, MVCA staff can help get you started. These projects are important to the quality of the Carp River; funds are available to provide advice, materials, and labour for your shoreline project. Contact Kelly at the MVCA office at 613-253-0006 or kstiles@ mvc.on.ca.

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News – Keeping children healthy is what CHEO does best. The organization launched a 20-week program designed on helping parents in the community keep their children healthy and active. The program, called CHEO Healthy Kids, will allow the hospital to share their expertise and information to parents in the community. Whether a coach, teacher, student, community group, advocate, health service provider, volunteer, or concerned citizen, everyone’s actions affect and contribute to the health of children in the community, say experts from the hospital. CHEO is looking for people to nominate an individual, organization, or program that goes the extra mile to keep children physically active and healthy. CHEO, which boasts some of Canada’s top experts in physical and mental health of children and teens, launched their new program on Nov. 13 on CTV. “There will be 70,000 more children and youth in our region in 20 years than there are today, so it will be increasingly important to work to prevent illness and injury, rather than treat it after,” said Alex Munter, president and chief executive officer of CHEO. “The role of the community in keeping children and youth healthy is irreplaceable, which is why CHEO is striving to help connect kids and their families with all the resources they need. We take our role as a leader in children’s health seriously, and we want to inspire others to do the same.”

The campaign will culminate in an awards ceremony to recognize individuals and organizations who are helping kids in the Ottawa community. The CHEO Healthy Kids Awards will be co-chaired by Laureen Harper, wife of Canada’s prime minister. People may apply directly or be nominated for one of these following award categories: * Youth for Youth: Initiatives/programs created by youth, for youth * Community Champion: an individual who went the extra mile for youth * Community Program Corporate: a non-profit program or initiative which contributes to the healthy development of children and youth. * Help for Special Needs Projects: programs or individuals that enrich the lives of children and youth who are developmentally delayed, medically challenged, technologically dependent or who rely on complex or palliative care. * Connected Care: people working together to accomplish more than any one group * Health Advocacy and Public Education: an individual or organization who raises awareness for a key issue which impacts the health of children and youth, or influences a change in government policy that will positively impact them and their families. Organizations, programs or individuals are encouraged to self-nominate. The deadline for applications is Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. The winners will be chosen by a panel of judges and will be honoured on March 26, 2014 For more information, please contact Dennise Albrecht, director of partnerships and advocacy at CHEO, at 613-737-7600 ext. 2220.

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to be distributed through Carp. And on Nov. 14, the gas distribution company has teamed up with the Ontario Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council to help purchase equipment so firefighters are better prepared for the emergencies they face. “Safety is a priority at Enbridge, and we’re proud to support Ontario firefighters who share in our commitment to help keep our communities safe,” said Michael Wagle, di-

rector of operations for Enbridge Gas Distribution, in a news release. Supported through its Safe Community program, Project Assist is designed to supplement existing training for Ontario fire departments with volunteer firefighters in the communities where Enbridge operates. The Safe Community Program awards grants to local first responders and safety organizations to purchase safety equipment, obtain professional training, or deliver educational programs. The program began in the United States in 2002 and has been in Canada. This year’s $100,000 donation will be shared by 20 Ontario fire departments with volunteer firefighters, including Ottawa Fire Services. Funds will be used to purchase educational materials to enhance in life-saving firefighting techniques. “Continuous training and education is crucial to the safety of our personnel and communities,” said Ottawa Fire Chief John deHooge. “Through Project Assist, Enbridge Gas has given Ottawa Fire Services the ability to extend its knowledge and expertise in keeping

the nation’s capital a safer place.” Ottawa Fire Services has received $5,000 and West sector Chief Chris Burke had hoped to see the money spent in West Carleton on the flashover unit in Carp. That unit allows firefighters to view a flashover and train without the full effect of the heat. “The dollars have to be utilized through the office of the Fire Marshal and public safety council. Will still be utilized in the rural districts, however, it will benefit all the rural districts from across Ottawa,” Burke said. “While we were looking at spending the money for the flashover unit in Carp, that funding will have to come for another budget.” “Firefighting is a dangerous and unpredictable profession,” added Ted Wieclawek, Ontario Fire Marshal and chair of the Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council, in a news release. “Regular training is an important part of being prepared for any hazardous situation. Enbridge’s Project Assist improves access to training materials for municipal fire departments and positively contributes to overall firefighter health and safety.” SUBMITTED

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Ottawa Police Service Dep. Insp. Glenn Wasson (left) and West Sector Fire Chief Chris Burke joined emergency personnel in a debriefing in the terminal building following last Wednesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mock disaster exercise at the Carp Airport.

Firefighters assess the condition of the one of the people pulled from a van driven down into a ditch after a plane over shot the runway at the Carp Airport as part of a mock disaster exercise. No one was really injured during the scenario, designed to test the emergency plan of the airport. PHOTOS BY THERESA FRITZ

The pilot of the Cessna 150 that skidded off the runway at the Carp Airport is carefully removed from the aircraft by paramedics and firefighters during the mock disaster exercise Nov. 20.

A firefighter talks with two people trapped inside a van after the windshield was smashed in by two pieces of wood. The van skidded into a ditch at the Carp Airport . Two other firefighters (right) keep a watchful eye on the Cessna that skidded off the runway at the Carp Airport as part of the mock disaster. This was the second time in three years such an event was held at the airport. West Carleton Review EMC - Thursday, November 28, 2013 49


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St. Patrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s FallowďŹ eld Roman Catholic Church 15 Steeple Hill Cres., Nepean, ON 613-591-1135 www.stpatricks.nepean.on.ca

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Together becoming whole through Jesus.â&#x20AC;?

MORNING WORSHIP 10 AM Children's Church and Nursery provided Youth and Small Groups during the week

Free Methodist Church 5660 Flewellyn Road, Stittsville 613-831-1024 email: office@chapelridge.ca www.chapelridge.ca Pastors: Ken Roth, Luke Haggett

Our area houses of worship invite you to rejoice this Christmas season with praise, reflection, song and prayer. Their doors are always open, so please join them in celebrating the true meaning of the season.

Christ Risen Lutheran Church 85 Leacock Drive, Kanata

613-591-3469

Rev. Louis Natzke, Pastor

2 Stonehaven Dr. at Eagleson Road

1600 Stittsville Main Street, Stittsville

HOLY SPIRIT CATHOLIC PARISH A Welcoming Community 1489 Shea Road, (corner of Abbott) Stittsville, Ontario K2S 0G8

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

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

Parish ofďŹ ce - 613-836-8881 Fax - 613-836-8806

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GLEN CAIRN UNITED CHURCH

Stittsville United Church

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

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Church of Ottawa

2470 Huntley Road

Preaching the Doctrines of Grace

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

www.gracebaptistottawa.com

Rev. Grant Dillenbeck Church: 613-836-4962

ST. ISIDORE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 1135 March Rd., Kanata, ON. K2K 1X7 Pastor: Rev. M.M. Virgil Amirthakumar

Mass: Saturday at 5:00 pm Sunday at 9:00 and 11:00 am Telephone: (613) 592-1961 E-mail: ofďŹ ce@stisidorekanata.com We are a welcoming and friendly community that invites you to come and worship with us in our new church

email: suchurch@primus.ca Visit our web site: www.suchurch.com Pastors: Keith MacAskill Jim Perkins

613-591-3469 www.bridlewoodnazarene.com

2 Stonehaven Dr. at Eagleson Road Sunday 10:30 A.M. Worship Service Nursery provided You are invited to celebrate the Joy of Christmas! Dec1st. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A Musical Celebration of Joy Dec 8th. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Peace Dec 15th. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Light Dec 22nd â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Hope Christmas Eve Candlelight Service @ 6:30 pm. A Free Gift to every Visitor

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6255 Fernbank Road

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Sunday Services at 9:00 & 10:45 am

Nursery, Children & Youth Programs, Small Groups

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A Biblically faithful, Gospel sharing parish in the Anglican Church in North America Services & Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday Nursery available Mid-week Bible Studies Info: Rev. Dave Kemp, Pastor 613- 257-5490 www.eternalhopechurch.ca Come worship with us at 117 Victoria St., Carleton Place



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Office 613-592-1546 www.christrisen.com

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Christ Risen Lutheran Church

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BABY BRAG 2014

Be part of this years

Introducing the Communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Newest Members

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS SUPPLEMENT

Published Friday January 30th, 2014 In the Arnprior Chronicle-Guide, West Carleton Review and Renfrew Mercury

Deadline Friday January 10th, 2014 at 3 pm.

Thank your clients, customers and friends in our annual supplement.

Submissions can be made to:

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Renfrew OfďŹ ce â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 613-432-3655

8 McGonigal Street W, Arnprior Baby submissions: adrienne.barr@metroland.com

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kbc@kbc.ca

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44 Rothesay Drive, Kanata, ON, K2L 2X1

613-836-1764 Email: parish@holyredeemer.ca Website: www.holyredeemer.ca

Pastor: Rev. Pierre Champoux

KANATA BAPTIST CHURCH 3UNDAY3ERVICEAMAM

Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church

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DUNROBIN UNITED CHURCH 2701 Dunrobin Rd. Sunday Services 9:00 am Clergy: Rev. Karen Boivin Office: 613-839-2155 stpaulscarp@sympatico.ca or click on the Dunrobin U.C. tab at www.stpauls-dunrobin.ca

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Sunday services at 10:00 a.m.

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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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Nursery & Children Programs Weekly Small Groups www.pathwaychurchkanata.com Not what youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d expect, but exactly what you need!

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RENFREW AND AREA LISTINGS

Real Estate Broker

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Getting into the Christmas spirit at the St. James Anglican craft and bake sale in Carp last Saturday is Lianna Sutherland, who has a treat and father Christian. What more could a little girl ask for? Lucky her, Lianna celebrates her fourth birthday this December. Meanwhile, Johvi Leeck of Beyond the Garden Gate: Exotic Homemade Preserves is surrounded by the hard work she and her family put in this fall.

5515 CENTENNIAL LAKE ROAD Centenni Lake al Cottage

New Listing

Attention: Hunters & Outdoorsmen! Well Equipped Hunt Club Property. 194 Acres Of Trails & Wildlife. Being Sold Turnkey. Dennis Yakaback: 613-432-0041

It’s beginning to look…

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$172,900 MLS# 888526 Affordable & Adorable! 3 Bedroom/3 Bath. All Updated. Full Finished On Two Levels. New Septic. Drilled Well. Call Dennis Yakaback: 613-432-0041

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Save up to 40% off all of your favourite products

Great gift ideas & stocking stuffers. Bring a friend for a merry night out. 4 Bedroom executive home on large lot located on dead-end street, home backs onto ravine with creek below. Living room features stone gas fireplace, French doors to large front porch.

MLS 866564, $545,000

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established in 1958

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

Great 2 bedrm bungalow on 1 acre lot in quiet rural setting just East of Arnprior. Open concept with an abundance of windows, hardwood floors & ceramic floors throughout.

MLS 857130, $321,500

LOOKING TO BUY OR SELL? CALL GREG TODAY!

Super starter home on deep landscaped lot, walking distance to everything in the downtown area. Has eat-in kitchen, formal dining area & good sized living rm.

3 Bedroom starter home, large 2 car garage / workshop, backyard deck off the kitchen.

MLS 884072-$134,700

MLS 875829, $149,900

Just move in to this great renovated starter home within close proximity to downtown, 1+2 bedrooms, main floor laundry, huge bright kitchen with plenty of counter and cupboard space. Paved driveway & partially fenced yard.

MLS 887346, $158,500

Very well maintained 3+2 bedrm bungalow. Open concept eat-in kitchen, formal dining rm and main floor family room with gas fireplace. Fully fenced / landscaped yard features above ground pool & patio area.

MLS# 884664, $317,900

Super starter one bedroom home, quiet location.

MLS 875910, $79,900


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News - The Ottawa Fury’s professional team has signed their first Canadian player, a player from their own development squad, coaching staff announced on Nov. 20. Striker Carl Haworth played for the Fury’s PDL-level team last year, a developmental league. The Fury is adding him as their third player – and first Canadian – to their new professional team which will play in the North American Soccer League. Head coach Marc Dos Santos said that it sends a positive message to the PDL-level players to sign one of the club’s own. He had a chance to heavily scout Haworth while watching him play in Ottawa last year. “He deserves to be at the next level, he played very well at the PDL level,” he said, adding he was impressed with his work ethic. “He scores once, he wants the second one. He scores twice, he wants the third one.” Haworth moved to Barrie, Ont. from England when he was a year old, and went on to play NCAA soccer at Niagara College. He made the Canadian U23 team in 2012, where he played in Olympic Qualifier games. Haworth is only 24-years-old, but fans should get ready to see a young Fury team next year, Dos Santos said.

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Fury PDL player Carl Haworth, a 24 year old striker, has been signed to the Fury’s professional team, coaching staff announced on Nov. 20. “It’s going to be a young side. Today, we don’t foresee having one player that is more than 30-yearsold,” he said. “The objectives.. is not to be a team that in year one, we spend all kinds (of money) and in year two, we disappear.” Since the Fury signed Scottish player Nicki Paterson, they have also added Oliver Minatel to the team. The Fury also announced their coaching staff in advance of the Nov. 20 and 21 open tryout. While the sessions were billed as an open tryout, coaching staff had cut down applicants from 300 down to 46 to evalu-

ate in person at the Ben Franklin Park dome. Martin Nash joins staff as the assistant coach. He played for 10 years for the Vancouver Whitecaps before moving into a coaching role. David Bellemare joins as goalkeeping coach, and head coach Dos Santos’ brother Philippe Dos Santos has been brought in as technical director. A fitness and conditioning coach is still to be added to the final coaching roster. The head coach hopes the coaching staff will mirror the profile of the players on the club. “Our coaching staff is young, dynamic, and willing to work,” he said.

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ing with cancer is incredible – see you in February.” Organizers are hoping to attract 500 dancers to the event, where every participant must raise a minimum of $1,000. Although that amount may seem like a lot, there is a reason behind it, according to Bust a Move. “To ensure we have the best breast health services available to people fighting breast cancer in our region, we need to set the fundraising bar high, yet attainable,” they write on the website. “With the fundraising tips, success stories and other tools we’ll provide, we know participants will raise at least $1,000.” The goal is to raise at least $500,000 towards the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation. Since its Ottawa debut in March 2012, Bust a Move has raised more than half a million dollars for breast health initiatives in the region. All of the funds raised by participants remain in the community to improve regional cancer services. “Proceeds from Bust a Move for Breast Health will be used to advance breast

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