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Around & About October 9, 2018 Issue 41, Vol 22

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Serving Certified Technician Just when parents thought “the birds and the to spark up a joint with a lobster, well maybe
Espanola & Area 770055--856833--33303420 bees” talk with the kids was behind them, that’s a lesson for us all in Canada to rescind
Business up pops the next talk about “the buds and the new law before it takes effect.
Mobile the buzz”! With the October 17 legalization Charlotte Gill wants her lobsters high on weed
of cannabis around the corner, parents are so that they have a painless, stress-free plunge
Sales & Service agonizing over how to approach this issue into that final pot of boiling water. Experts are
with the children. Yes, it’s high time to have a not even sure lobsters do feel pain, or can
RON RIVET heart-to-heart with the little ones. even get high for that matter. Needless to say,
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• Carpet & Upholstery • Tile & Grout Maybe the talk starts like this ….”Ah, Pot in the lobster or lobster in the pot,
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things and well, this one’s a real doozie! And Even if you boil him, the lobster will be fried.
www.rrcs.ca 705-862-1914 just think, in a few years when you turn 19, But at least he got a buzz on, before he up
you too can make this same stupid mistake and died.
Starting October 3 and live to giggle about it later.” Don’t do drugs, Jimmy.And don’t smoke pot.
Or like this …”Honey, remember how your Unless you want a star in your own mug shot!
Tune into Local Channel 10 or come on out to dad and I taught you that alcohol was the root Moving up the age ladder, for the mid-teens
the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex. of all evil and if we ever caught you drinking we could show a video of Ozzie Osbourne
we would disown you? Yeah, well guess walking like he’s fighting weightlessness and
Crown Realty (1989) inc., Brokerage what? Alcohol just got an evil twin!” repeating his mantra “Of all the things I’ve
Independently owned and operated Or … “Sweetie, Mommy and Daddy are lost, I miss my mind the most.” Yeah, that’ll
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Cell: (705) 862-4188 Bus: (705) 869-4230 weed is .. is… Bob! Your daughter has a smashed by a frying pan with the message:
Fax: (705) 869-6299 question for you.” “This is your brain on drugs!” And then we
Maybe for the younger children we could could have the egg hatching into a parrot in
New Clients Always Welcome deliver the ‘don’t do weed’ message in the the frying pan with the message: “And this
form of a poem. I suggest this only because is your brain on Jimmy Buffett’s signature
Formerly at Charlotte’s Legendary Lobster Pound Coral Reefer cannabis!” All together now:
in Southwest Harbor, Maine, Charlotte “Wasted away in Marijuanaville, searchin’
is proposing to load her lobsters up with for my long lost tweezers.”
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prepared to answer specific homework!” ote I maintain a
questions about marijuana from “Daddy. If marijuana is a natural strong work
their children. plant, how can it be harmful?” JILL BEER ethic and will
“Why did the government “Well, blue agave is a natural lead with honesty
legalize marijuana, Mommy?” plant in Mexico and they make for MAYOR & integrity
“It’s a cash cow, Honey. tequila from it. I thought it was
Governments make so much pretty harmless until the morning CSCNO Students’ Graduation Rate
money from the sale of alcohol after when Mommy showed me Among The Best In Ontario
and tobacco, marijuana was the a photo of me eating the worm
next logical, profitable sin.” from the bottom of the bottle Photo: Graduates of Ecole Franco Ouest 2018 are joined by celebrants as part of
“What’s next?” with a bone through my nose.” graduation convocation in June, 2018 in Espanola. Photo supplied
“Probably sex.” But, Daddy, you said you
“What’s sex?” smoked weed in high school. So The Government of Ontario provincial average for graduation
“Bob! Birds and bees talk! how come I can’t?” recently released the 2017 within five years of starting
Repeat! Repeat!” “Yes, I did smoke weed in high student graduation figures for the secondary school was 86.3%,
Other questions are likely to school, which is why I was 24 province’s Catholic and Public while 79.8% of students received
surface as well. years old when I graduated.” school boards, and a local board their diplomas in four years.
“Mommy, how come Sparky is And finally … has exceeded all expectations.
puking in the corner again?” “Mommy, why is Monday so The Conseil scolaire catholique “A high school diploma is a
“Because your father keeps far from Friday but Friday is so du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO) tremendous asset in today’s
forgetting to put his weed away close to Monday?” takes great pride in the fact that working world, now more than
after he passes out on the couch!” “Bob! How many times do I 92.7% of its students complete ever,” explained Ms. Lyse-Anne
And … “Daddy. What’s the have to tell you to hide that damn the requirements for their high Papineau, Director of Education at
difference between medical weed box!?!” school diploma in less than five the CSCNO. “We are pleased to see
marijuana and recreational years, with 89.2% receiving that due to our winning strategies
marijuana?” For comments, ideas and copies their diploma in four years. The and dedicated staff, the CSCNO
“About three bucks an ounce.” of The Legend of CSCNO students’ graduation rate is a springboard to success for
“And what will Canada look like is among the best in Ontario and the students we welcome at our
after October 17th, Daddy?” Zippy Chippy, go to is the highest among all school secondary schools.”
“Wayne’s World. Now do your www.williamthomas.ca boards operating in the districts of CSCNO President André Bidal
Sudbury, Manitoulin and Algoma. adds, “We fully believe that our
The Cooperators Adopt Espanola Blood The CSCNO takes great pride French-language and Catholic
Clinic – 64 Units Collected in knowing that its Catholic school environment and total
secondary school students commitment of our teaching staff
Lila J. Sloss & Associates Inc. Financial Advisor/Owner. “We consistently achieve this level of and families are valuable assets.
of The Cooperators in Espanola are very excited about making excellence. Since 2012, the five- While meeting the diverse needs
partnered with Canadian Blood a real difference in the lives of year graduation rate of CSCNO of its students, the CSCNO shines
Services in early October to Canadian hospital patients. students has systematically in its ability to provide a learning
ensure lifesaving blood products “This year, 100,000 new blood hovered around 92%. The 2017 environment that nurtures student
are available to hospital patients donors are needed across success and personal excellence.”
in need. Canada to meet patient needs
As part of their giving back to — including 200 needed right Espanola Fibre Arts Festival
their community, Lila J. Sloss here in our community.” says
& Associates Inc. adopted the Sloss. October 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21 - 2018
Espanola blood donor clinic, Organizers were hoping to
which was held on Monday, collect over 70 units, and fell Keynote Until Now
October 1st. slightly short collecting 64 units Address
“We were pleased and proud of blood in all. The next clinic Textile Artist Heidi Hunter A Perspective
to have the opportunity to help will be held by late November. on Creativity
Give Life in this way, especially For more information on how as Fuel for Life
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INFANT, TODDLER, PRESCHOOL New Billboard Celebrates Forests and
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL Environmental Stewardship

SPACES AVAILABLE! awareness of Ontario’s forests wildlife habitat and social
through the dissemination values,” explained Jennifer
Financial Assistance is available for those who qualify of fact-based information. Tallman, R.P.F., Chief Forester,
For more information, please call Whether living in big cities or Ontario at EACOM. “It Takes
rural communities, forests are A Forest is a unique platform
705-869-3171 the centre of our lives. They that celebrates environmental
purify the air and water, they stewardship, collaboration
www.ourchildren-ourfuture.net provide habitat for animals, and transparency; we hope
they help fight climate the billboard will encourage
Espanola All Candidates Night change and they offer endless Ontarians to connect with the
Set For Election playgrounds to enjoy nature. initiative online or at events in
Forests also provide the wood their community.”
Candidates running for council Still with the story, school board we need to build homes and Since its launch in 2016, It
in Espanola will be able to candidates are also invited. make many products that make Takes A Forest has developed
present their platforms at a Meet Rainbow Board incumbent Bob our lives better. a wide range of tools to
the Candidates Night. Clement is being challenged by The new billboard is located connect with Ontarians on
There are two people running Daphne Allen. just outside of Webbwood, a variety of forestry-related
for mayor; incumbent Ron For the English Catholic School Ontario, approximately 75 km topics, including sustainable
Piche and Jill Beer. Board; incumbents Kathleen west of Sudbury on Highway forest management, wildlife,
There are eight people running Rosilius and Lindsay Liske, are 17. It focuses on wildlife and the recreation and human health,
for council: incumbents Ray being challenged by William important role that sustainable climate change and the benefits
Dufour, Ron Duplessis, Ken D’Arcy Halligan and Reginald forest management practices of wood and wood-based
Duplessis, Heather Mallott, Simon. play in ensuring the long-term products. In addition to erecting
Bill Foster, and newcomers And, the French Catholic provision of wildlife habitat. twelve billboards across the
Maureen Van Alstine and incumbent Paul Gervais is “We are pleased to support province, It Takes A Forest also
Sandra Hayden. being challenged by Gabriel this initiative; we believe it is participates in local events and
The forum will take place Tremblay. important for every Ontarian uses social media platforms
Wednesday, October 10th at Legion President, Gary to understand and appreciate to engage the minds of the
7:00pm at the Espanola Royal MacPherson, will be the this fantastic resource” said public and encourage informed
Canadian Legion. moderator. Bonny Skene, Regional Public dialogue.
Affairs Manager for Domtar. “Ontario is recognized as
RE-ELECT “The forests support jobs, clean a world leader in forest
our air and provide an amazing management” adds Rob Keen,
Bob Clement venue for so many outdoor CEO of Forests Ontario. “Our
Public School Trustee activities.” approach to forestry ensures
“Canadian forests are a great we provide for multiple forest
public treasure. Our team at values over the long-term. We
EACOM is proud to help believe all Ontarians should
showcase how responsible be very proud of how well
forestry practices not only our forests are managed and
ensure that this renewable increasing the awareness of
resource is maintained into the our forests and our forestry
future, but also work to protect practices is a critical step.”

Represented different boards for 25 years. Currently Ron
the past 8 on the Public Board
Serving on Board of Directors for OPSBA (Ontario Public Duplessis
School Board Association) advocating for the north For Council
Serving on 7 committees with the Public Board
13 Years of Previous
44 Council Experience
25 Your taxes, your vote
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History of Fire Prevention Week Fire Safety Tips & Facts

Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the devastating •Smoking while in bed, tired or under is critical to clean the lint filter before
Chicago fire on October 9, 1871 in which more than 250 people died, 100,000 the influence of alcohol or medication and after each use, and wipe away
were left homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned more is the most common cause of fires any lint that has accumulated around
than 2,000 acres. that kill. the drum. Perform periodic checks to
The fire changed the way that firefighters and public officials in North America •Most chimney fires occur with wood- ensure that the air exhaust vent pipe is
think about fire prevention and fire safety. The Fire Marshals Association of burning fireplaces. Ensure chimneys unobstructed (lint accumulation) and
North America (today known as the International Fire Marshals Association), are cleaned and professionally the outdoor vent flap opens readily.
decided that the anniversary of the Chicago fire should be observed in a way inspected regularly. Burn only small •Extension cords must never be run
to educate the public about the importance of fire prevention. quantities of wood at a time. inside walls or under rugs or furniture.
Fire Prevention Week was proclaimed in Canada in 1919 to commemorate • Keep a pan lid or cookie sheet handy They can be damaged by traffic or
the Chicago blaze, as well as a major fire that destroyed the Centre Block of in case grease or oil catches fire. The heavy furniture and start arcing,
the Parliament buildings in Ottawa on February 3, 1916. lid or cookie sheet should be slid over which can lead to a fire.
the top of the pan to smother the fire. •It is important to install a carbon
Smoke Alarms •Place candles in sturdy, burn- monoxide detector in your home.
resistant containers that won’t tip However, carbon monoxide detectors
LOCATING/INSTALLING SMOKE • Use a qualified electrical contractor. over and are big enough to collect do not replace the need for prevention
ALARMS: • Never install the alarm in the electrical dripping wax. through yearly maintenance and
• Read and follow the manufacturer’s circuit except at the main panel. Alarms must •Don’t use candles in high traffic inspection of heating systems and
instructions carefully. also never be installed in a circuit connected areas where children or pets could appliances.
• For best performance, an alarm should be to an on/off switch. knock them over. •Do not overload electrical outlets or
mounted on the ceiling in or near the centre • Check the alarm when installation is •Never remove the third prong on a use extension cords in the place of
of the room, hall or stairway, and at the head complete. three-prong plug or bend it back to additional outlets.
of each stairway leading to an occupied area. MARK YOUR CALENDAR: TESTING use a two-prong outlet. The third •Use a screen in front of the fireplace
Optimum location for wall mounts is at least AND CLEANING: prong is a necessary ground for the opening to protect children and to
15 cm (6 inches) from the ceiling but not • Test your smoke alarm monthly and clean appliance or heater. prevent embers from escaping and
more than 30 cm (19 inches) from it. it every 6 months. Mark it on your calendar •When bathing children, always turn igniting carpets, etc.
• Avoid installing where the temperature so that you don’t forget. Things to remember cold water on first before the hot. •Educate your children about the
is less than 5oC (41oF) or exceeds 48oC when testing your smoke alarm: Test the water temperature before dangers of fire and make sure they
(119oF). • Ensure that power is being transmitted to the allowing your child to get into the know that all fires, even small ones,
• Keep alarms away from doors and windows. alarm and that it will activate in the presence bathtub or shower. Consider adjusting can spread very quickly.
• Never locate an alarm in front of an air of smoke. Even alarms with a pilot light that your hot water heater to a maximum •In case of fire, get out and stay out!
register, fans or vents. indicate power is being transmitted, should temperature of 49 C or 120 F. Use a neighbour’s phone to call the
• Keep alarms at least 60 cm (2 feet) from any be tested regularly.Test your smoke alarm by •Turn pot handles towards the centre emergency response number in your
corner. pressing the test button. of the stove. area.
• Smoke alarms in rooms with ceiling slopes • Battery-operated smoke alarms will warn •Battery-operated smoke alarms •Be wary of buying novelty candles.
greater than 30 cm (one foot) rise per 2.4 m you when batteries need replacing. Despite will warn you when batteries need Avoid candles surrounded by
(eight feet) horizontally should be located on this, make it a habit to change the batteries replacing. Despite this, make it a flammable paint, paper, dried flowers,
the high side of the room. Avoid locating yearly. habit to change the batteries yearly. or breakable/meltable containers.
an alarm at the peak of an “A” frame type • Remember, your smoke alarm can’t protect •Install at least one smoke alarm •Equipment that uses natural gas
ceiling. Do not recess smoke alarms in walls you if the batteries have been removed or a outside each sleeping area. For should show a clear blue flame—a
or ceilings! plug has been disconnected. improved safety, install a smoke yellow or orange flame may indicate
• Never paint a smoke alarm. • The lifespan of a typical smoke alarm is alarm in every bedroom. a problem. If a problem appears, call
• Keep alarms 60 to 90 cm (two to three feet) about 10 years, but some models last as little •Have a thorough yearly maintenance a qualified technician.
away from light fixtures. as 5 years. check of the furnace carried out by a •Ensure a source of fresh air is
WHEN HAVING AN ALARM • To clean the alarm, open the cover and professional. available, for an example an open
CONNECTED INTO THE ELECTRICAL gently vacuum the interior of it. Frequently, •Lack of maintenance is the number window or flue, when operating a
WIRING SYSTEM OF A HOUSE YOU the alarm will sound while the unit is being one cause of dryer fires. That is why it wood-burning fireplace.
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VOTE FOR THE SUCCESS OF Orange Shirt Day Celebrated
THE TOWN OF ESPANOLA At Local Schools

Maureen Rainbow students were removed, including her brand
Van Als�ne wearing orange as part of new orange shirt.
a board-wide initiative to Phyllis’ story inspired the
for Council recognize the impact of Mission to declare September
residential schools on First 30th Orange Shirt Day, as this
The following is my pla�orm for Nation children. was the time of year in which
the October 22 municipal Staff and students in Rainbow children were taken from their
Schools wore orange the last homes to attend residential
elec�on in the Town of Espanola week of September, as well as schools.
Monday, October 1st to show Espanola High school teacher,
V VOICE CONCERNS OF COMMUNITY support for residential school Jayson Stewart says student
A ACCOUNTABLE – no frivolous spending survivors. Nevada Anwhatin led a
N NO NONSENSE – follow municipal act and township “Orange Shirt Day” memorial song and smudge
recognizes the effects and in the Four Medicines Garden
by-laws – no behind closed doors agreements intergenerational impacts of in The CALMmon at the high
A Accessible – email: [email protected] the residential school system school as part of the school’s
on First Nation, Métis, and observation of Orange Shirt
ph. 705-869-0514 Inuit children in Canada. Day. And, students from AB
L LEADERSHIP “This important gesture brings Ellis PS also shared the Orange
S SERVE ALL RATEPAYERS us together in the spirit of Shirt Story and wore plenty of
T TRANSPARENCY reconciliation,” says Director the bright colour to mark the
I INTEGRETY - of Education Norm Blaseg. initiative.
N NEEDS OF WHOLE TOWN “It provides an opportunity for
E EXPERIENCE staff to open up or continue the Photos: AB Ellis Public School
conversation about residential and Espanola HIgh School students
My husband Harry & I were born and raised in McKerrow. We schools with students. took part in Orange Shirt Day,
live on Barber St in Espanola. I am self-employed having “Participation in Orange which marks the impact residential
incorporated my own business in July 1994 (MASVAN Shirt Day demonstrates schools had on First Nation
Enterprises Inc – bookkeeping & accoun�ng). In January 1995, our collective commitment students. Photos supplied
I purchased the H & R Block franchise in Espanola and con�nue
to serve our customers at 123 Tudhope St. Espanola. I have to building our ongoing
been in business for the past 24 years. During this �me, I have understanding. Wear orange
gained a keen knowledge and understanding of business. and show students that every
child matters.”
Over the years, I have been a proud member of the Espanola Royal Orange Shirt Day began
Purple Elk’s. I currently serve on the following boards: Espanola in Williams Lake, British
Non-Profit Housing Board, the Espanola Regional Hospital & Health Columbia by the St. Joseph
Center Board, and the Espanola Police Service Board. Mission residential school
commemoration
I have served intermi�ently on council from 1984 to 2007 in project. Phyllis
McKerrow (Township of Baldwin). While on council I gained Webstad, a
experience and knowledge as a member of the Planning young girl from
Board, Property standards, Lacloche foothills, Community the Dog Creek
policing, Fire department, Landfill, District social service board. reserve, attended
the Mission in
My pla�orm is simple, elected by the people to serve the 1973, where her
people – the en�re community. I urge everyone who is a clothes were
resident or landowner in the Town of Espanola to exercise their
democra�c right and vote. Vote for Van Alstine, Maureen; a VOTE
voice on council who listens, assesses the facts, and votes in
the best interest of the en�re community. STINEldoSn ONx
October 22-2018
On Monday October 22 vote for: Van Alstine, Maureen
FOR COUNCIL
Thank you

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TOWNSHIP OF SABLES-SPANISH RIVERS

Phone: (705) 865-2646 Fax: (705) 865-2736
Email: [email protected]
11 Birch Lake Road, Massey, ON, P0P 1P0
Website: www.sables-spanish.ca

2018 MUNICIPAL ELECTION USED EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
ADVANCE VOTE:
 2006 Chev 2500; 6l. gas engine (at PW South Yard)
Municipal Office, 11 Birch Lake Road Massey  1988 Champion 740 Grader (at PW South Yard)
- Saturday, October 13, 2018 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Monday, October 15, 2018 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. reserve bid of $10,000.
 2007 Husqvarna YTH 2242 lawn tractor (at PW South Yard)
Voting Day is Monday, October 22, 2018  1999 International Tandem Truck (at Walford Truck & Tractor)
Between the hours of 10:00 am and 8:00 p.m.
reserve of $10,000.
Qualifying addresses vote at the following locations: All equipment is “as is – where is”.
Appointment to view – call 705-862-2010 or 705-865-2626 ext 229 to schedule.
Town of Massey & Townships of Salter, S. Geiger School – Sealed written bids must specify the equipment being bid on
May, Tennyson, Harrow & McKinnon 355 Government Road, Massey To be received by 12:00 p.m., October 19, 2018

Town of Webbwood & Townships of Webbwood Public Library – 2018 VOLUNTEER AWARDS
Gough, Hallam, Shakespeare 16 Main Street
The Junior Volunteer of the Year was awarded to Quynlan
Township of Victoria Walford Community Centre – Vuorensyrja. He is always on hand to help at many community
410 Highway 17 events in Walford and throughout the Township of Sables-Spanish
Rivers. He is a member of 4-H, active in sports, helps with children’s
ALL VOTERS MUST SHOW IDENTIFICATION activities, as well as being involved in assisting at the Walford
FOR PROOF OF NAME playground and outdoor rink. Whatever an organization needs help
with; Quynlan Vuorensyrja is there and always exhibits respect and
****** AND QUALIFYING ADDRESS AT VOTING LOCATION ****** courtesy for all. Council extends their heartfelt appreciation and
congratulations to Quynlan for all he does to help in the community!
NOTICE OF THE PASSING OF ZONING BYLAW The Senior Volunteer of the Year was awarded to Gail Whalen. An
(Planning Act-Section 34) active member of the Walford Community Centre Board since its
inception in 1985, Gail has served as the Catering Convener and is an
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the Township advocate for youth and seniors’ programming in the community, as well
of Sables-Spanish Rivers passed the following Bylaws on the 26th day as a dedicated member of her parish and the Catholic Women’s League.
of September, 2018. Gail’s willingness to lend a hand whenever called upon and her dedication
File No. ZBA18-03: Purpose and Effect: The purpose of the zoning to her community has not gone unnoticed. Council would like to take this
amendment is to provide for a reduced shoreline frontage setback in moment to congratulate and thank her for all she has contributed to the
the Resource Recreation zone. The effect is to allow for construction residents of the Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers.
with a reduced shoreline setback. The land to which the bylaw
applies is described as Victoria Township, Section 17, Parcel 17-1, 2018 BUSINESS SUCCESS AWARD
Tube Lake-water access.
File No. ZBA18-04: Purpose and Effect: The purpose of the zoning The winner of the Business Success Award is John’s Auto Repair &
amendment is to provide for a commercial operation/home based Sales, located in Massey.
business in the General Residential zone. The effect is to allow for a Established in 1995, John’s Auto is a complete auto repair and
car detailing operation. The land to which the bylaw applies is maintenance centre that has helped both residents of the Township of
described as Salter Township, Section 25, Parcel 39-1, Plan D-272 Sables-Spanish Rivers and many a stranded tourist in the area with fast
Unit 39, #405 Imperial Street South. service and being able to recommend local attractions, places to eat, and
These applications are not subject of any other application under the lodging. In addition, John’s Auto has donated to a variety of charitable
Planning Act. functions and worthy causes since establishing their business.
APPEAL - The last date for filing a notice of appeal of the by-law is October Congratulations on being selected as the recipient of the Business
29, 2018. Any such appeal must be filed with the clerk of the municipality and Success Award. The Economic Development Committee applauds your
must set out the reasons for the appeal and must be accompanied by the fee efforts and commends you for your vision, dedication and for choosing to
required by the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal. Only individuals, operate a top-notch business in the Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers.
corporations and public bodies may appeal a by-law to the Local Planning We wish you continued success throughout the coming years.
Appeal Tribunal. A notice of appeal may not be filed by an unincorporated
association or group. However, a notice of appeal may be filed in the name of WALFORD CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
an individual who is a member of the association or the group on its behalf. Saturday, November 24, 2018
No person or public body shall be added as a party to the hearing of the appeal
unless, before the by-law was passed, the person of public body made oral We are now accepting donations for the silent auction, penny sale
submissions at a public meeting or written submissions to the Council of the and gently-used table. They can be dropped off at 36 Walford Rd.,
Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers or, in the opinion of the Tribunal, there Walford or call 705-844-2364 for pick up.
are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party. We appreciate your support!!
These bylaws are available for inspection in the municipal office
during regular office hours. Around&About October 9, 2018 Page 9
Dated this 9th day of October 2018

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SERVICES FOR RENT CHECK YOUR MAIL FOR YOUR
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS VOTING PACKAGES
CHIROPRACTOR - DR. DARIO FOR RENT – Spacious 2 bd
LAURENTI, D.C. 27 years’ apartment available Nov 1. This Espanola will once again be utilizing the Vote By Mail Method
experience. Instrument, Manual, open concept apartment has been for the 2018 Municipal Elections.
Cranial Adjusting, Acupuncture, newly renovated and features large Eligible Electors will receive a Vote By Mail Package in their
Orthotics. Call 705-869-2737. All windows and laminate flooring mailbox the rst week of October. e package will contain
Insurances accepted. 11/20 throughout. Fridge & Stove incl. clear instructions as well as a declaration form and your ballot.
$800.00 / m, hydro extra. Call 705- If you have not received your voting package
LEE VALLEY FEEDS – Wood 869-5015. 10/16 or for more information on the Vote
Pellets in stock now. 416 Lee Valley FOR RENT – 3 bedroom house in By Mail process go to the municipal
Rd, Massey. 705-865-9996. 10/23 Espanola. No pets, no smking. One o ce at 100 Tudhope Street
floor. References. Security deposit. or call 705-869-1540
REGISTERED SCHOOL $950.00 / month plus heat/hydro.
PSYCHOLOGIST – for K-12, First/last months rent required. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
College/University, to all ages. Call 705-869-1219, leave message.
Assessing Asperger’s, ADHD, or Avail Nov 1. 10/30 Employment Opportunity
other learning problems. Over 20 FOR RENT - One bedroom + one
years’ experience. Competitive/ ground floor apartment available The One Tot Stop Day Care is looking for a reliable, flexible and
flexible rate and hours. Will travel. on Second Street in Espanola. caring individual for a Permanent Full Time Early Childhood
Prompt turn around. Dr. Ryan Kneer. $950 per month hydro included. Educator posi�on. Posi�on will be in Espanola and will start in
705-869-8588. 11/13 First and last required. Call 705- November 2018.
869-7557 or 705-869-2443. 10/23 Experience working with children is a must. Successful applicants
PHYSIOTHERAPY OFFERED will be required to have a current vulnerable sector criminal
BY MARILYN WITTMANN FOR SALE reference check, valid First aid and up to date immuniza�on. An
- Located at Physio Moves in the Early Childhood Educa�on diploma is required.
Espanola Hospital. Accepting new FOR SALE – Mate’s bed with Please send your resume, cover le�er and
patients. WSIB and MVA patients bedding. Good condition. Phone references to The One Tot Stop Day Care,
welcome. Acupuncture available. 705-869-2237 after 4:00 p.m. 10/9 Box 695 Massey, ON P0P 1P0,
Visit www.physiomoves.net for or to [email protected]
services, rates, and hours, or call 705- by Friday October 19th, 2018.
988-3737. 11/27 - R
CLINICS
TOTAL MAINTENANCE FOR SALE – Grass fed baby
SERVICES: Plowing, carpentry, beef, and rotted manure. $40.00 a
painting, steel & shingle roofing, tree bucket. Charlie Smith. 711 Birch
cutting, decks, landscape construction, Lake Rd, Massey. 705-865-2316.
yard maintenance, dump runs. 705- 10/16

936-6160 11/6 - R FOR SALE – Limited dry wood

WILD GAME PROCESSING – for kindling/backyard fire. Also
Cut/wrap and sausage- 416 Lee Valley oil tank and fittings, double walled.
Road Massey 705-865-9996 or 705- Call Greg 705-822-4734. 10/9
865-1886 10/23
NOTICE
ESPANOLA SELF STORAGE –
6x8 and 8x10 Storage units available CHERYL’S MASSAGE Community Paramedicine Wellness Clinics
in Espanola. Located behind the car THERAPY & ACUPUNCTURE
wash. Call 705-869-8405. 11/20 - R – NEW LOCATION as of April
9th. 363 John St. Espanola. To The Manitoulin-Sudbury DSB is proud to announce weekly
make an appointment call 705-863- Community Paramedicine Wellness Clinics in the following
HANDYMAN - ODD JOBS 3223. [email protected]
COLOMBUS. I do flooring, com 11/27 R Lacloche Communities starting the week of October 1st.
painting, mudding, drywall, trim,
install doors and frames, build head Massey Webbwood
boards and bed frames and much THANK YOU Wednesdays 9 – 10 am Thursdays 11:30am – 12:30pm
more...call me Stephane Coulombe
705 863 3434. 10/30 - R 410 Bell Street 10 O’Neil Street
Thank you to the Guardian
Angels that checked in on me Common Room Common Room
THE RITCHIES ARE AT IT last Thursday at the riverbank.
AGAIN! Get your firewood cut, split, Even though the river was Left side entrance Side entrance
delivered. Hardwood maple. More flowing fast, my tears were
info, call Mina at 705-865-3017. flowing faster from the sudden Espanola
10/30. loss of my mom. A strong Fridays 9 – 10 am
70 Barber Street
MEETINGS woman is not the one who
doesn’t cry. A strong woman is Common Room

Side entrance

Massey Agricultural Society the one who cries. And sheds Paramedics are available to take your blood
monthly meetings - 3rd Tuesday tears for a moment then gets pressure, and address questions you may have
of the month. Held at Massey up and fights again. Author
Firehall @ 7pm. We welcome the Unknown. Thank You!! regarding your health or medications.
public’s attendance. 04/23

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Recipe Open your heart to a person who has a
developmental disability
Growing up we had a
beautiful apple tree in our Community Living Espanola is introducing a “Friendly
yard that as the story goes, Neighbour” housing model for adults with a developmental
was started from seed by disability.
my Great Grandma. Every We are currently recruiting for a person or couple who can provide
year it would produce large overnight “monitoring” for a person with a developmental
amounts of sweet but tart, red apples. It wasn’t uncommon disability living in an apartment setting. e person or couple
to have neighbourhood kids knock at the door and ask if would be o ered their own 1 bedroom apartment rent free in the
they could pick a few. Fallen ones would often go out to same building as well as daily compensation in return for
camp to feed the deer and many off the branches were turned providing overnight supports to the individual.
into pies, apple juice and homemade apple sauce. Even in If you are interested and would like more information, please contact:
the last couple of years when many of the old branches had Kathy Ainslie
disappeared, the last remaining branches would be loaded Community Living Espanola
with apples. Sadly during one of our wind storms this 345 Centre Street
summer, the aging tree became uprooted and that was the Espanola, ON P5E 1E4
end of our apple tree. I think we all felt the loss and I still (705) 869-0442 x 30
feel sadness when I pull up at my parents and see the tree [email protected]
stump. So needless to say, I have become accustomed to
homemade applesauce. Apple sauce from the store doesn’t Children’s Clothes’Closet at Calvary Baptist Church – Wednesday, October
even begin to compare in flavour and it’s honestly so simple 17 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. No donations needed at this time. Thank You
to make your own. It’s apple season right now, so I picked The Espanola Helping Hand Food Bank - will be hosting the meat roll-
up a variety of Ontario apples this week and made a double offs at the Espanola Legion on Oct. 20 and Oct 27. The fun starts at 3:30
batch of the following recipe. The hardest part of the process and everyone is welcome.
is the peeling and coring of the apples, but it’s so worth it. St. Andrew’s Harvest Ham Supper & Auction – Sunday, October 21,
I put the sauce in small containers and freeze it to enjoy 5:30 p.m. at the Massey Legion. For tickets call 705-865-2450.
throughout the year. I love it with pork chops or just as a Northshore Pins & Needles Quilting & Stitchery Guild - Next meeting,
treat. Wednesday, October 24 at 7:00 p.m. at the Espanola Royal Canadian
Homemade Apple Sauce Legion. New members welcome.
• 4 apples - peeled, cored and chopped Spanish River Snowmobile Club – Next meeting is Thursday, October
• 3/4 cup water 25, 7:30 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion-Spanish. Everyone Welcome.
• 1/4 cup white sugar Community Living Espanola’s 10th Annual Fall Harvest Luncheon -
• 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon Tuesday, October 30 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion,
• Additional sugar to taste Espanola. Tickets at 345 Centre Street, or by calling 869-3131 or at the door
In a saucepan, combine apples, water, sugar, and cinnamon. Free Community Luncheons – Every second and fourth Tuesday at
Cover, and cook over medium heat for 15 to 20 minutes, the Lighthouse, Espanola (across from the Royal Bank). EVERYONE
or until apples are soft. Mash with a fork or potato masher. WELCOME.
I taste it at this point and add more sugar if it’s not sweet Need rides to medical appointments? - VON’s Transportation Program
enough. Let cool. Store in the fridge for immediate use or offers rides to medical appointments, even to Sudbury. Call Espanola
freeze in containers. VON at 705-869-3304.
Pickle Ball & Tennis at the Espanola Courts – Courts are open daily.
Moose Equipment available at the rec centre.
Corner
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The Moose 99.3 FM CJJM - Espanola is proud to support local
charities and organizations. If you have an event you want to We invite not-for-profit organizations to submit information on
their upcoming events in writing no later than
share, please call Roz at 705-869-6397 or email your Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. 25 Word Limit.
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