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Published by Around&About, 2019-08-13 09:18:29

Around & About August 13-2019 Issue 33, Vol.23

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Serving Certified Technician It happened again! I’m looking at Page 6 and like Forest Gump was last seen
Espanola & Area 770055--856833--33303420 of the July 25th edition of this newspaper jogging across America’s Mid-West.
Business which shows a photo that has become Subsequently, Judy replaced her “OPEN”
Mobile all too familiar to residents of the city of sign with a “STOP” sign and added the
Port Colborne; namely the ass end of a warning: “Cars must yield to customers
Sales & Service car sticking out of the front end of a retail on foot.”
store. In this case it was Christopher’s Then there was a guy I nicknamed
Kelly Ranta Pizza that makes a very good, medium- “Daredevil Dave” who side-swiped six
crust pizza which on Wednesday was cars on King Street before burying his
Mortgage Agent • Lic # M16001131 topped with bits of plastic and glass. pickup truck in the window of the Bargain
Apparently, a woman picking up a pizza Shop on the corner of King and Clarence
Cell: (705) 507-5771 at eleven in the morning hit her gas pedal Streets. Dave Taylor claimed he took a
Email: Kranta@mortgagealliance.com instead of the brake when she pulled up head hit in a workshop accident and was
www.mortgagealliance.com/kellyranta to the building. A team of ten firefighters lapsing in and out of consciousness while
quickly removed the SUV from the rubble trying to drive himself to the hospital.
20 Second Ave. N and installed support beams to the hole Police disagreed and charged him with
Sudbury, ON P3B 3L6 in the building in record time because... impaired driving. Everybody jumped
they’re gettin’ real good at it! to the wrong conclusion. At the time I
Corporate O ce: 2005 Sheppard Ave. E., Suite 200, Toronto ON M2J 5B4 LIC# 10530 Good lord, it was just 18 months ago that wrote: “Police believe alcohol may have
I wrote a column titled: “Can’t anybody been involved in the same way that when
LAWNCUTTING SERVICES in Port Colborne drive anymore?”. In a barn burns to the ground, fire is usually
that piece I detailed no less than four suspected.”
705-865-1506 www.hdvsonline.com accidents in this small town of 18,000 Well guess what? Dave Taylor was
people in which cars crashed through the not impaired; he did have a medical
reFnoovraAtLioLnynoeuerds. AlwdraeyasmwGaanrtaegdet?hat front of retail outlets. emergency and all charges were dropped.
DreDamreSampaKBitacthherno?om? First there was the car that crashed Sadly, few remember that part of the
through the front of Judy’s Bakery. Then story.
FinCaanlcliunsg taovdaailya.ble there was the car that crashed through the However, I still stand by my theory that
front of Judy’s Bakery. No, not a typo. in the wake of this extraordinary one-
https://www.financeit.ca/s/vdiANw Judy’s once-in-a-lifetime nightmare man demolition derby, given the number
*Reduced rate for low income seniors happened twice too often. The last time of tow truck operators required as well
Judy saw a motorized vehicle speeding as body shop workers, insurance agents,
steve@stevesplumbingheating.com through her pastry section, a 75-year-old brick layers, street sweepers and glass
woman, arguing with her husband hit the installers--Dave Taylor was good for the
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store through the front window. Joanne, Then there was the driver who banged up
FREE ESTIMATES the only employee in the store out ran ten vehicles in the Food Basics parking lot
the oncoming car, exited the back door
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Logo Treatment - Storefront signage ONLY

Carol Hughes’ Column - Trade Deals Don’t
Always Protect Like They Should

“The store for all your electronic and music needs” With the government launching multinationals at the expense of
a charm offensive on the Canada our public interest. That was a
Located in the Espanola Mall Europe Trade Agreement problem under NAFTA as well
(CETA) another Donald Trump which cost Canada time and
Vintage Electronics & Sound (2008) landmine is threatening the few again as losses mounted under
months of peace we experienced the Chapter 11 tribunal system
705-869-4820 www.thesource.ca/shopFlyer on the trade front with the United the deal implemented.
States. For the government, this Trade with the US is a concern
Continued from page two... development is over-shadowing again because, despite having a
their goal of selling the CETA as freshly minted deal in place, the
and now we have the woman “Do not back up. The next beneficial, but a deeper analysis Trump administration decided
who closed Christopher’s store-front crasher might be of that deal shows it is riddled to update “Buy American”
Pizza about a minute after it right behind you!” with concessions that will cost provisions which will hurt
opened. Apparently the guy • Pitch all the major Canadians jobs and money. Canada’s manufacturing sector
who drove his van into the automobile manufacturers The American development and workers by restricting the
canal near Clarence Street to relocate their “Car Crash highlights how deals aren’t access to the U.S. procurement
a few days later somehow Dummies” testing program protection enough when up market. This is a blow for the
missed a store! to Port Colborne using against unpredictable leadership. Canadian steel industry and the
With a car-crash crisis on their our system of experienced The CETA trade deal is whole Canadian economy.
hands I would urge Mayor volunteers. a classic example of the New Democrats know this
Bill Steele and his council to • Have somebody government prioritizing wealthy could have been avoided if
take the following emergency back a car into a store-front and powerful corporations the government had stood up
measures to end this dangerous just to break-up the monotony while watering down their to Trump in the NAFTA re-
trend of Port Colborne drivers of looking at rear-end news commitments to everyday negotiation process. Instead of
entering stores through their photos all the time. Canadians. Since coming putting the interests of Canadian
front walls before the entire • Erect a fence around into force, it created a $3.5 workers first, they withdrew
town looks like an open-air Simmond’s Auto because a billion trade deficit in favour of their demand for access to the
farmers’ market. car sticking half out of a body European agri-food producers, U.S. procurement market and
• Have tow trucks shop would definitely make who are exporting their products pushed ahead with the new
parked at all corners of the national news. to Canada at a much higher rate deal while devastating tariffs
the downtown core during Also, a sign at the city limits than Canadians are exporting on our steel and aluminum
business hours. would help: “Welcome to to Europe. The deal cuts were still in place. Now,
• Deploy graduates of Port Colborne. Not all of deeply into Canada’s supply the latest “Buy American”
the Young Drivers of Canada our stores have Drive Thrus. managed sectors, resulting in procurement provisions with
program to go door-to-door Okay?” significant costs for Canadian a 95% domestic steel and iron
with charts and an instructional Last week I was having lunch dairy farmers, who are bearing threshold will restrict Canadians
video showing residents the on the patio at The Breakwall the brunt of the government’s from bidding on many new
distinctly different locations Brewing Company which is reckless trade policies without contracts, jeopardizing our
of the gas pedal and the brake actually a platform that juts adequate compensation. jobs and our highly integrated
pedal. They are not to even out onto Clarence Street. Instead of providing relief for economies, particularly in the
whisper the word “clutch.” Sitting quite close to passing run away drug pricing, the manufacturing sector. In many
• Install cement cars my buddy Al Dicenso CETA only strengthened patent ways it’s a return to the punitive
barriers in front of the commented on the safety of protections for Big Pharma, tariffs that had just been lifted.
Emergency Entrance at the our location. “No, no Al,” I while increasing the cost of It’s easy to see why Canadians
hospital because if somebody was able to say. “This is Port medication for Canadians. That are worried that the government
demolishes that building, Colborne. If we were sitting is something the Parliamentary doesn’t seem to be standing up
we’re all up Schitt’s Creek inside at the bar, then we’d Budget Officer tells us will for workers - especially those
without a health card. have something to worry cost Canadians hundreds of in our steel sector. That failure
• Erect rubber bumper about.” millions of dollars a year while will only result in losses that
pylons in front of all retail And for comments, ideas another study has pegged the could have been avoided. Critics
stores so that a car headed and copies of The Legend of increase as high as $850 million pointed out these problems going
for the front door would be Zippy Chippy go to annually. These costs will fall all the way back to the original
shunted off into a temporary www.williamthomas.ca on households and employers Free Trade debate and we are
exit beside the store. Sign: who provide insurance coverage now dealing with discontent that
and only make the case for a was sown due to the surrender of
A/C NOT WORKING? comprehensive Pharmacare North America’s manufacturing
program stronger. sectors in Canada and the US.
GIVE US The deal also threatens Canadian That is the legacy that Donald
A CALL! sovereignty by imposing Trump is tapping with his
705-869-0333 investor-states provisions that latest measures and the irony
hand more powers to giant shouldn’t be lost on anyone.

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The One Tot Stop Day Care, Continued from front page...
S. Geiger Site has expanded and
100th AB Ellis Public School Anniversary A
we now have infant spaces! Wonderful Celebration

For more information, please call part of the Knights Cruisers Public School to acknowledge
Janice at 705-865-3281 or email Club show were all part of the the contributions of long-time
festivities at the former AB educator and principal, Andy
jkonetotstmary@gmail.com Ellis Public School grounds. Ellis.
Massey: 705-865-3281 • Espanola: 705-869-3282 The event was held to celebrate A highlight of the weekend was
Email: onetotstop@bellnet.ca • www.onetotstop.com the building’s construction a visit by Valerie and Marilyn
back in 1919 as Espanola Ellis, Andy Ellis’s daughters.
36th Annual Burnside Memorial Art Show Public School and Espanola Go to our website for a photo
And Sale Opens In Massey Continuation School. The library of the weekend’s events.
name was changed to AB Ellis Photos by Rosalind Russell

A small crowd came out for ribbon on Saturday opening

the cutting of the ribbon at the the exhibit.

official opening of the 36th A teacher in fine arts for 39

Annual Burnside Memorial years, she is also the Sudbury

Art Show and Sale with Art Club’s featured artist this

feature artist Lozia. month.

Every year, the Massey Area The show runs until August

Museum hosts the show 31st where the public gets to

featuring local artists from the vote on the various entries

area. with winners announced the

Feature artist, Lozia, final day of the show.

a Canadian realistic, Photos supplied by Carol

impressionistic artist cut the Hughes

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Michael Mantha’s News from the Park

Most anyone who knows me or many Indigenous cultures have headlines online and you’ll see vulnerable seniors in care are to
reads this column can be certain for their senior populations. While so many. There are reports such violence, or unintentional neglect.
that I truly appreciate the honour most people call older citizens as scamming, fraud, neglect, and Of much greater importance is
the people of Algoma-Manitoulin seniors, Indigenous cultures tend physical and mental abuse. It’s proper staffing and adequate
have shown in me by re-electing to refer to them as Elders as an enough to make most of us just funding protects our loved
me as the MPP for this riding. acknowledgement of deserved shake our heads and wonder how ones from resident-on-resident
As well I freely admit that this is respect. Too often society fails and why this happens. violence, from medication errors,
without question the best job I’ve to recognize the contributions, In the last week of July, the results and from falls.
had in my lifetime. There are two values, experience and wisdom of the Public Inquiry into the Safety Just this week Andrea Horwath
main reasons for the joy I feel in that our older citizens bring to and Security of Residents in the was in Ottawa where she
fulfilling my duties as MPP. First our world. On the other hand, Long-Term Care Homes System released government memos
is that it provides me unparalleled overall, Indigenous cultures see (aka the Wettlaufer inquiry) were detailing changes by the Ford
exceptional opportunities to their Elders as noble icons and released. The 1500 page report Conservatives. The memos
meet and get to know so many carriers of valued knowledge and focused on safety, security and from the Ministry of Health and
wonderful people, professionally wisdom. Indigenous societies systemic vulnerabilities in long- Long-Term Care reveal that Ford
and personally. And second, have tasked their Elders with term care homes. The report made is cancelling the High Wage
each and every day is another teaching their youth the elements, dozens of recommendations to Transition Fund, which helps pay
opportunity to learn something traditions and values of the culture improve the way we ensure that for staff wages, and the Structural
new. they most revere. This teaching our vulnerable and elderly citizens Compliance Premium fund,
One of my most treasured begins in childhood and continues are safe and well cared for. which helps keep long-term care
relationships that I enjoy is with the at deepening levels for a lifetime. Following the release of the report, homes up to modern standards.
many First Nations communities in In the last while I have spent a Dr. Marilee Fullerton, the Minister The two cuts amount to more than
Algoma-Manitoulin. Their sense lot of time hearing about and of the newly formed Ministry of $34 million being ripped out of
of community, honour and respect working on issues involving how Long-Term Care, has promised long-term care homes annually.
for people, the environment and we care for and regard the elderly that the Conservatives will spend Two funding streams for long-
the natural elements has had a in Ontario. To say the least, the next year to develop a plan to term care are being eliminated
great impact on my outlook in life despite all of our good intentions, address the issues and subsequent by Doug Ford, taking millions of
and my ability to appreciate the as a society our record is far from recommendations. However dollars away from care homes —
value of all people. stellar. If you are not sure what I there was no commitment to a but even as those cuts threaten to
In particular I am astounded by the am referring to, just pick up a few date to implement such plans nor make life even less safe, healthy
very high regard and respect that recent papers or search of recent any commitment. There was no and dignified for seniors in care,
mention of how many registered the Ford government is hiking the
Espanola Therapeutic Garden Gets Support nurses and staff would be needed fees residents pay by about $500
From Local Business to provide the necessary care a year.
and security. There was no Andrea said, “For any of us with
The Espanola Regional ways are almost complete with commitment from the government a loved one in long-term care,
Hospital and Health Centre the next stage being the design to address the identified needs. we know underfunding has real
back yard is abuzz with activity. of the shrubbery and plants. The only real commitment she consequences. It means our loved
The work is continuing on the Thanks to the staff at Espanola made was to say they would table one doesn’t always get the help
construction of the Espanola Home Hardware, the $400 they a study by next summer. they need to brush their teeth
Therapeutic Garden, an raised through a barbecue will Readers of this column will recall and get dressed in the morning.
enclosed safe place for residents go towards purchasing some of the piece on political guarantees It means they could ring a call
of the hospital’s long-term care that greenery. a couple of weeks ago. Well here bell to get help to make it to the
residence. A grand opening of the new is a good example of a hollow washroom, but be left waiting
The gazebos, sheds and walk space is planned for the fall. guarantee. until it’s too late. And it means
Many readers will recall that the there are fewer staff to prevent
NDP has been calling for the long- falls, or even violence in long-
term care inquiry to be expanded term care homes.”
into a second phase for quite some It’s clear that we owe our parents
time. An inquiry is needed that and grandparents in care better
would go beyond the mandated than they’re getting today.
focus on what allowed these Needless to say, the day to day
heinous acts to take place.Asecond lives of Ontario’s seniors on the
part to the inquiry would examine whole would be so much safer,
conditions in seniors care — from secure and more enjoyable if our
nutrition to staffing complements, province on the whole listened to
training and more — and how that these lessons Indigenous peoples
significantly impacts residents have been sharing for centuries.
each and every day. Such a push As always, please feel free to
from the NDP is strikingly similar contact my office about these
to Gillese’s recommendation 85, issues, or any other provincial
which calls for a study on staffing matters. You can reach my
levels on each shift to be tabled in constituency office by email at
the legislature by July 31, 2020, mmantha-co@ndp.on.ca or by
and for funding to be increased to phone at 705-461-9710 or Toll
match its findings. free 1-800-831-1899.
With the vulnerabilities identified Michael Mantha MPP/député
by this inquiry, imagine how Algoma-Manitoulin

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Moose 36th Annual Jessie Burnside Memorial Art Show - Runs
Corner the whole month of August at the Massey Area Museum
Stop in, admire the art and vote for your favorite.
The Moose 99.3 FM CJJM - Espanola is proud to support local Espanola Public Library Board Game Night - NO fee or
charities and organizations. If you have an event you want to registration required! Every 3rd Thursday of every month
6:00-8:00 p.m.
share, please call Roz at 705-869-6397 or email your Lighthouse Community Lunch - Free community luncheon
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Biggest Variety! Your Station, Your News, Your Stories
Do you have a NOTE for the Community?
The Espanola Express is pleased to announce
that Lisa MacDonald Beauchamp has accepted We invite not-for-profit organizations to submit information on
the position of Billet Coordinator. Lisa and her their upcoming events in writing no later than
husband Don have been a billet family for the Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. 25 Word Limit.
past 7 years. E-mail: around@aroundandabout.ca
The Express is currently looking for interested and
quali ed families who would like to house an Recipe
Express player for the upcoming 2019/20 season.
The Espanola Express currently provide the following bene ts to our billet families: I can’t think of a better time
 $500 monthly Room and board allowance to make this recipe with
 Season ticket for each member of the billet family cucumbers and fresh herbs
 Complimentary Invitation to all team events. BBQ's, fundraisers, etc. being in season. Tzatziki is
Interested in becoming a billet family? a classic, Greek, cucumber,
Please contact Lisa by calling or text 705-662-2629 or email con_kat@hotmail.com yogurt, sauce or dip that has
become very popular in recent
Welcome to Local Hippie’s weekly years. It traditionally is served as a condiment for gyros, fish and
tip for living a greener life! Each souvlaki but is delicious on many other things or just used as a
week we will provide you with a dip. We also enjoy it on perogies, baked potatoes, stuffed chicken
quick tip to help you reduce your breasts or anything else that you would put sour cream on. Making
carbon footprint and change the your own Tzatziki with low fat Greek Yogurt makes it a healthier
world. and more delicious option than sour cream. I let the yogurt and
This week’s tip: Walk or ride your grated cucumber sit in a fine, metal sieve for an hour or so, and
bike instead of driving a vehicle! then quickly mixed in the rest of the ingredients; very simple and
Here’s why: very delicious.
> An American study found that 80% of the carbon monoxide
found in the earth’s atmosphere comes from motorized vehicles. Homemade Tzatziki
Walking or riding your bike can help reduce your contribution to
global warming as it requires 0 fuel, and therefore, emits 0 harmful • 8 oz low fat or fat-free Greek yogurt
pollutants! • 1 small cucumber, peeled and seeded (1 cup grated and drained)
> Not only is walking or riding your bike beneficial to the • 1 clove garlic, crushed
environment, it is also great for your health! Exercising outdoors • 1-2 tsp lemon juice
has been shown to help build stamina and muscle, reduce anxiety, • 1 tbsp fresh dill, chopped
alleviate stress, and improve sleep. • 1 tbsp fresh chives, chopped (optional)
> Walking or riding your bike also have many economic benefits. • kosher salt and fresh pepper (to taste)
They do not require monthly payments, repeated fuel costs, pricey
insurance, or expensive maintenance! Strain the yogurt using a metal strainer or a coffee filter for a few
Keep the earth, your body, and your wallet happy - chose to walk or hours to remove as much liquid as possible. Set aside. Scoop
bike more often than driving your vehicle. seeds out of the cucumber with a small spoon. Place cucumber
Have questions? Feel free to forward them to jaymie@localhippie. in a mini food processor or grate with a cheese grater. Drain the
net or find me at the Espanola Farmers’ Market. liquid from the cucumber in a metal strainer and sprinkle with a
Have a happy hippie week! little salt (this helps release the liquid). You may want to use the
back of a spoon to help squeeze out any excess liquid. Combine
strained cucumber, garlic, yogurt, salt, pepper, lemon juice, dill
and chives (if using). Taste and add more lemon juice or salt if
needed. Refrigerate for a few hours before serving. Makes about
2 cups. Store in refrigerator for about a week.

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