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Jason Cowles As Hockey Goes After It’s Abusers,
Serving Certiﬁed Technician Is It Too Late To Censure Bobby Clarke?
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Business 770055--856833--33303420 The National Hockey League, the “whitest” when Eddie Shore owned the Springfield
Mobile league in professional sports, finds itself in Indians he used to tie his goaltender’s neck
a crisis mode with charges of past racial, to the crossbar to keep him from flopping
Sales & Service emotional and physical abuse of players. to the ice to make a save. He also forced
First, Calgary Flames coach Bill Peters his injured player to clean the ice between
Singh Dentistry was fired for repeatedly using the “n-word” periods with scrapers.
Dr. Maninder Singh when he coached a Nigerian-born, former And if physical abuse in hockey was a
NHLer named Akim Aliu. Other players crime, Philadelphia’s Bobby Clarke should
Hours: FOR ALL OF of colour have come forth with their own have been charged with assault long ago.
Monday 9-5 YOUR DENTAL NEEDS stories of racism. As captain of the Philadelphia Flyers in the
Tuesday Closed Fired Toronto coach Mike Babcock was 70’s, Clarke was a nasty, cheap-shot artist
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Friday 9-5 Free dental whitening kit with new patient exam emotional attacks he laid on Detroit Red I was a Buffalo Sabres fan during that
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Tune into Local Channel 10 or come on out to bench in front of teammates and Franzen, which the Broadstreet Bullies extorted one,
the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex. who already suffered from depression, had maybe two Stanley Cups from the Buffalo
a very public nervous breakdown, sobbing Sabres. The Sabres had talent and class. The
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reFnoovraAtLioLnynoeuerds. Always wanted that Next, a charge of NHL physical abuse the corridors of the arena.
dDrreeaammGKaitrcahgeen?? surfaced when Marc Crawford was During the 1975 Stanley Cup Finals against
accused by Vancouver Canuck Brent Philadelphia it was painful to watch the
Dream Spa Bathroom? Sopel of kicking and choking him. Former Sabres’ skills and spirit being ground into
FinCaanlcliunsg taovdaailya.ble Los Angeles King Sean Avery claimed the ice by a pack of plodding bruisers,
Crawford kicked him in the ass so hard it slashing and scrapping their way to victory.
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Continued from page two... Students Being Ticketed For Vaping/Smoking
made for the most exciting line move that assistant coach John School boards in the Sudbury He says of those charges,
in NHL history. EVER! Not the Ferguson later fessed up to. “I
most prolific and not the most called Clarke over to the bench, District, including those 90 of them were for vaping,
heralded but no three players looked over at Kharlamov and
in hockey ever performed such said, I think he needs a tap on that serve the North Shore and the rest involved either
dazzling end-to-end feats as to the ankle. It was us versus
bring 16,433 screaming fans to them. And Kharlamov was and Manitoulin Island, will tobacco or cannabis.
their feet almost every time they killing us. I mean, somebody
came over the boards. Robert had to do it and it sure wasn’t continue to crack down on The Smoke-Free Ontario Act
the player maker, Martin the going to ask Henderson.” And
sharp shooter and Perreault who there’s the difference--Paul students who are vaping or 2017 only came into effect a
often left the defensemen dizzy Henderson, a gifted player who
and lying on the ice before he scored the most iconic goal in smoking on school properties. little more than a year ago, in
deked the goaltender out of his Canadian hockey history and
jockstrap as they say. It was like Bobby Clarke, the hooligan Smoke-Free Ontario Act October 2018.
watching lightning in a bottle, you can count on when you
hockey at its enchanting best. want to win dirty. inspector, Jean-Marc St. He says if they receive a
Flash back to Game 6 of the When Foster Hewitt’s voice
Canada/Russia 1972 Summit was heard from coast-to-coast Jacques, is with Public Health complaint from the school,
Series in Moscow with the in this country “Henderson
‘good guys’ down 3-1-1 in the has scored for Canada,” it not Sudbury & Districts. they investigate and will
tournament. Game 5 has seen only established our nation
the Canadians blow 3-0 and 4-1 as the greatest hockey on the He says 138 students were continue to lay charges if the
leads as the Soviets scored four planet it sent a significant and
goals in the last ten minutes of debilitating dart to the heart of charged for vaping or smoking incident warrants it.
the game so a loss on this night communism. But somehow
at the Ice Palace would give the Canada’s national feel good at school last year and that The policy is in force in all
series to the Russians. moment of winning the
Up 3-2, the Canadians were Summit Series two games later carries with it a $305 fine. schools including Espanola,
being brutally penalized by on Paul Henderson’s winning
the two German referees and goal didn’t feel so good to me. The boards also have Massey, and Manitoulin
threatened by the speedy “Fair and square” was a phrase
Soviets who had taken control not known to Russia but it’s other measures including Island schools, as well as
of the play. Out of the blue kinda who we are.
Bobby Clarke chased down Now, as hockey begins to atone suspensions from class. Sudbury.
Russia’s fastest skater and best for it’s past sins, maybe Bobby
player, Valeri Kharlamov and Clarke’s apology should come OPP Detachment Construction Well Underway
laid a home-run, two-handed first.
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dates available at Lee Valley 869-8405. 2/25 - R Patrick and Jessie Bentley of Webbwood,
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is now accepting new clients. Hospital. Accepting new of Sault Ste. Marie. Predeceased by niece Shannon (2008)
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Valley Feeds, 416 Lee Valley BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Pat was a teacher for over 35 years with the Separate School
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Orthotics. Call 705-869-2737. All MASSEY AGRICULTURAL A celebration of Life was held at Arthur Funeral Home - Barton &
Insurances accepted. 2/25 SOCIETY. 1st Monday of the Kiteley Chapel (402 Wellington St. E. - 705-759-2522) on
month beginning January 6th, Tuesday, February 4, 2020. Visitation was from 11:30 am to 2:30
LOCAL HAIRSTYLIST 2020. $1825 cash prizes. Massey pm. Service at 3 pm followed by a luncheon after. In lieu of
AMANDA FAIRBURN - Arena - bingo starts @ 7:00 p.m. flowers memorial donations made payable by cheque to ARCH or
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is now located at 120 Tudhope St. Ontario) would be appreciated. Thank you to the staff on 300B and
(across from Pharmasave). Please Dr. Buehner at the Sault Area Hospital. We shall be forever
call Amanda at (705)822-6161 to grateful - our brother was a kind and generous man. You are at
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Baldwin Firefighters Support National Cause
Every year, firefighter Firefighters who presented him Children’s Clothes Closet - at the Calvary Baptist Church
departments across Canada go with a cheque for $3,820 on Wednesday, February 12 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Not accepting
the extra mile to help support Wednesday, January 29th. donations at this time.
their national cause; Muscular The money was raised through Pancake Supper - United Church of Espanola 137 Sheppard
Dystrophy Canada. car washes and other fundraisers St Tuesday, February 25 from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Tickets
Trevor McVey, who oversees throughout 2019. available at the door.
the fundraising in the local area It will be used for ongoing Massey Area Museum - is looking for a few talented
had only words of praise for the research and treatment of and conscientious volunteer board members to lead and
Township of Baldwin Volunteer muscular dystrophy. strengthen the Massey Area Museum. If interested call Chris
Berry at 705-562-6077.
Welcome to Local Hippie’s Voices of Spring Community Choir - rehearsals Saturday,
weekly tip for living a greener 10:30 am in the basement of St. Andrew’s United Church,
life! Each week we will provide Massey. New members always welcome.
you with a quick tip to help you Free community luncheon at the Lighthouse - every
reduce your carbon footprint second and fourth Tuesday of the month 11:30 a.m. - 1:00
and change the world. p.m. Everyone welcome.
This week’s tip is to create a Do you have a NOTE for the Community?
meal plan before going to the
grocery store to minimize food We invite not-for-profit organizations to submit information on
waste! their upcoming events in writing no later than
Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. 25 Word Limit.
Did you know that food waste is one of the largest E-mail: [email protected]
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annually. This food is sent to landfills where it decomposes
and emits methane, a greenhouse gas that is almost 30x A friend told me this dip was
more potent than carbon dioxide. delicious and she was right.
If you like store bought dill
How do we combat this? Eat our food instead of throwing pickle dip, you will love
it out! By creating a meal plan before you head to the this homemade version. It’s
grocery store, you are more likely to only buy what you’ll loaded with chunks of dill pickles, and is delicious served
need for the week and less likely to have to throw out with potato chips, pretzels, vegetables or crackers. I found it
spoiled food. a bit thick, so I added a couple heaping tablespoons of sour
cream. I like to make it ahead and refrigerate to allow the
Try it next time you grocery shop and see the difference it flavours to blend.
Dill Pickle Dip
Have questions? Feel free to forward them to [email protected]
localhippie.net • 8 ounces cream cheese softened
Have a happy hippie week! • 2 tablespoons pickle juice
• 3/4 cup chopped pickles
• 1 tablespoon fresh dill chopped, or 1-2 tbsp of dried dill weed.
• 2 tablespoons sliced green onion tops
• 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
• Chopped pickles and dill for garnish
In a medium bowl, mix together
the cream cheese, pickle juice,
pickles, dill, green onions and
garlic powder until thoroughly
combined. Add a little more
pickle juice or sour cream, if
you prefer a thinner consistency.
You can serve immediately or
refrigerate for up to 8 hours.
Garnish with chopped pickles
and dill prior to serving.
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Continued from front page... École Saint-Joseph Students
Have Fun At Boogie Mountain
Waubetek Recognized With Award
Waubetek General Manager, financial institution has
Dawn Madahbee Leach, provided $95 million dollars
who was recognized in 2018 in investment financing to
as one of Canada’s top 100 more than 3,000 Aboriginal
most powerful women by businesses and First Nations
the Women’s Executive initiatives in a variety of
Network. industry sectors over the last
He says the indigenous 30 years.
Espanola-North Shore Snowarama
Introduces New Award
Espanola-North Shore has created The Miss Emily Grade 5 to 8 students at this support. They were also
Espanola’s École Saint-Joseph taught how to properly use the
Snowarama will be saying Rose Richer Memorial Award were able to participate in the mechanical ski lift. Through
alpine skiing school program this program, École Saint-
offered at Boogie Mountain Joseph students enjoyed
ski centre. Students who could several days in the open air
benefit from a ski lesson to to ski and had the opportunity
learn how to descend safely to appreciate winter physical
down the slope were offered activity.
thank you to its ambassadors in to acknowledge the family’s
a special way, starting this year. close relationship with
Easter Seals and the Moose Easter Seals over the years.
99.3FM CJJM – Espanola The Award will acknowledge
has teamed up for several the Ambassadors who will also
years hosting the event to receive plaques of their own.
raise funds for children This year, there are two:
with physical disabilities. Naomi Pitawanakwat-
Emily Rose Richer of Esuk of Whitefish River
Massey, who was just shy of First Nation and Richard @Rec Complex
her 17th birthday when she (Ricky) Dixon of Espanola. 12-1pm FREE SKATE
with the Espanola Express
passed away in December of The inaugural presentation
Sponsored by the Knight Cruisers Car Club
last year, was an Ambassador took place this past Sunday
several times over the years. as part of Snowarama 2020
With her passing, the Moose during Espanola’s Winter
99.3FM CJJM – Espanola Carnival.
1-3 pm FREE RECREATION SWIM
Sponsored by the Espanola Lions Club
& Shelley Newton Memorial Fund
4pm Espanola Express VS Elliot Lake
7-8:30 Minor Hockey Game
Photo: The Miss Emily Rose Richer Memorial Award was presented to the Fitness & Squash Court Open 12-8pm
Espanola-North Shore Snowarama Ambassadors for the first time this past
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in memory of Emily Rose, a former Ambassador and client of Easter Seals,
who passed way in December. She was 16 years old. Photos by Bob March,
North Shore Trophies & Gifts Mike Mantha and Rosalind Russell .