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and cow patties. time saying goodbye to each
“I had to be tougher than a 50 other. The political theatre that will be allowed to work without
cent steak to survive some of “Happy trails, Doris, and lights overshadowed the delivery of the a financial penalty, but that isn’t
them rowdy readings.” out, like Roy and Dale.” budget may have helped insulate entirely true. The benchmark
“You’re one tough sourdough “Well ride easy, partner and the government from a more for claw-backs has gone up,
cookie, Doris.” look for the rhymes on the complete reaction to what has but there will still be claw-
“I like to think I’m free range, trail.” been described as an unfocused backs and it doesn’t address the
but I ain’t no spring chicken, “Git along lil’ doggie, Doris. attempt to shore up support bigger problem which is that so
that’s for sure.” Git along.” without allocating enough many seniors are struggling in
“When the big bucks start “Let the green grasses and resources to move important retirement. The same can be
comin’ home like a long lost gentle breezes prevail. Ride issues toward resolution. Lost in said for the increase in GIS top
herd of little heifers, you’ll be tall, ride true and try to stay out the commotion was the fact that up payments which could be
rollin’ in it.” of jail.” this is a disappointing budget for as much as $80 a month. It’s a
“I’m always rollin’ in it – that’s “Well, as the barbwire said Canadians who need help right start, but the government could
why cowboy poetry is like a to the staple gun – keep me now to make ends meet. have done much better. In the
longhorn steer. A point here and posted.” For Northern Ontario there are last campaign, New Democrats
a point there and whole lot of “Don’t take any wooden few specifics but what jumps proposed an increase that would
bull in between.” nickels, and don’t poke a pig off the page is the tiny sum have lifted 200,000 seniors out
“I suppose you’ll be buying a in the eye with a pointy stick.” of $6 million allocated to our of poverty with a more robust
bigger ranch now that you’re With that one Doris hung up. regional development agency, GIS. According to projections
more famous than Gene Autry Doris Daley lives in Sheep FedNor. If the government were in the budget, the government’s
and twice as alive.” River, Alberta with her husband pulling back on investments increase will help about a quarter
“I want a big ol’ Texas-style Al who’s also a cowboy poet. through these agencies entirely that number.
ranch. One with an oil well for Whether hiking the Rockies or it might not stick out, but the Infrastructure remains a
every gopher hole.” driving the U.S. poetry circuit Atlantic and Northern agencies priority for many Canadians
“Well Doris, I hope your success these two are happier than two received $67 million and $95 and there is money in this
doesn’t get too old. Like Minnie ticks on the bum of a burro. million respectively. It begs the budget that will not be parsed
Pearl said about marriage – at question, does the government through the Infrastructure
first it’s like getting’ into a hot For comments, ideas and copies have a vision when it comes to Bank, which is welcome
tub of water but after a while, it of The True Story of Wainfleet developing Northern Ontario’s news. A former assistant to the
ain’t so hot.” go to economy? What is welcome is Parliamentary Budget Officer
Doris and I always have a tough www.williamthomas.ca the money set aside for forestry, remains concerned however,
but the details of that aren’t that infrastructure spending
Students And Politicians Highlight spelled out and it remains to be has been relatively haphazard
World Down Syndrome Day seen exactly how much Northern and mostly driven by political
Ontario will see. expediency. He says the
Politicians, students and Students at École secondaire Underfunding is a common government still hasn’t created a
theme on issues that will national infrastructure program,
staff throughout the area catholique Jeunesse-Nord make a difference to First or clearly defined why they are
Nations. There is less money spending in any region or on
deliberately wore mismatched in Blind River and at other for Jordan’s Principle than specific projects.
what the experts deemed was Perhaps the biggest
socks Thursday, March 21st schools also wore mis-matched necessary. The money set disappointment was that there
aside for on-reserve water was nothing to move us toward
to highlight World Down socks. infrastructure the investment a universal publicly delivered
over the next five years doesn’t pharmacare program in the
Syndrome Day. This day aims to raise awareness come anywhere near the $2.5 budget. Even Conservatives are
billion the Parliamentary Budget agreeing with New Democrats
AMK MP Carol Hughes, and about Down Syndrome, how officer said was needed to that what was included in the
modernize and repair this critical budget will not deliver on
MPPS, Mike Mantha and people live with the condition infrastructure. There’s no new pharmacare. That money is
core funding for on-reserve only going to create an agency
France Gelinas, joined with and to focus on the great primary and secondary education that will replace the current two
and no new funding for on- agencies in approving drugs and
their NDP counterparts to wear contributions made by people reserve housing, despite urgent their pricing. Pharmacare has the
needs and enormous backlogs potential to transform the lives
their wacky socks. with Down Syndrome. for repair, construction, or mould of millions of Canadians who
detection and remediation. struggle to afford the medication
Some of the headlines this week they need. What is clear from
made it seem that seniors on the the budget, is that those who
Guaranteed Income Supplement struggle will continue do so.
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QUEEN’S PARK — During “And just last week a 30 per Natural Resources,
question period on Tuesday, cent workforce reduction was emergency services and
NDP Northern Development announced at Midway Lumber OPP.
critic Michael Mantha said in Thessalon. What would you do if you Students found out
were out in the bush, the sun
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middle of winter?
ensure access to wood supply families from Fort Frances, Students at Espanola High build a fire, and other safety
found out a little bit about
for northern mills and forestry Thessalon and across the North, what it takes to survive in the measures.
wild in late February.
operations, to support the that it will ensure that mills and Dean Riggs at Espanola High The program was sponsored
says they took part in the
hundreds of jobs that depend on forestry operations have the by the Espanola Lions Club
them. wood they need to operate and and Tim Hortons’s in Espanola
Mantha said the future of support the hundreds of direct & McKerrow.
one mill in Fort Frances is and indirect jobs that depend on Photo: Students learn to build
in jeopardy, and another mill them?” a shelter. Photo provided by
in Thessalon is cutting jobs Mantha said that over the last Dean Riggs, EHS
because the Ford government is 15 years, mills and forestry
failing to allocate wood supply. operations have closed all over Mac’s Milk switching to Circle K and Esso
“Your government controls the Northwestern Ontario. That People in the Espanola area Milk outlets in Canada has
will notice a change at the been taking place across the
wood rights on crown lands. includes at least five in Thunder local Mac’s Milk. country, and is now underway
The confectionary store in Espanola.
It also has the legal obligation Bay, two in Dryden, two in and gas bar has been going Alimentation Couche-Tard
through a gradual change over acquired Mac’s in Quebec
to involve First Nation Kenora, one in Sioux Lookout the last couple of years from in 1993 and six years later,
Mac’s Milk to Circle K. bought the remaining 980
communities in meaningful and one in Fort Frances. The switch is now accelerating Mac’s, Mike’s Mart and
with a changeover to Esso this Becker’s stores.
consultations, but like the “Those closures came with week. Mac’s Milk Ltd. was founded in
Signage for the Circle K is 1961 by Ontario businessmen
Liberals, this government is devastating job losses that hurt also up, but there will also be Ken and Carl McGowen and
changes to the store front and the name changed to Mac’s
sitting on its hands instead of thousands of families,” Mantha logos in the near future. Convenience Stores in 1975.
It is all part of the head office, The rebranding also means the
taking action,” said Mantha, said. Alimentation Couche-Tard, introduction of new products,
rebranding of nearly a 1,000 including its house brand
MPP for Algoma-Manitoulin, Mantha reminded the Ford stores across Canada. coffee, across its network of
Branding of the Mac’s convenience stores.
during question period in the government that in 2014 when
legislature. the PCs were in opposition,
“A company wants to use wood they supported wood allocation
from the Crossroute Forest to to reopen the Fort Frances mill
bring back forestry jobs to Fort — only to reverse position now
Frances. The town contends and fail to come to the table.
another company is transferring Audio: https://www.dropbox.
Crown fibre from the Crossroute com/s/a8cec67tf1o9enp/Q8_
Forest to its other operations in Mantha_03-26-2019.mp3?dl=0
northwestern Ontario, contrary Video: https://www.dropbox.
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corporation in Espanola. made up of herself, a councillor
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speed until there aren’t any lumps. Gradually add in the
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the brownie. Refrigerate until firm. This will take around 4
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whipped cream if desired.
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11 Birch Lake Road, Massey, ON, P0P 1P0
SUMMER STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SENIOR OF THE YEAR & YOUTH
OPPORTUNITIES VOLUNTEER AWARD
Applications for summer student employment are being accepted for Council is requesting nominations for “Senior of the Year” & “Youth
the Public Works Department Volunteer”. This is our opportunity to honour outstanding local residents.
Employment is conditional upon approval of grant funding. Recipients of both awards must reside in the Township of Sables-Spanish Rivers.
Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements: Recipients of the “Senior of the Year” are individuals who, after age
• returning to school on a full-time basis during the next academic year 65, have enriched the social, cultural or civic life of the community
without thought of personal or financial gain. Ontario seniors deserve
(must provide proof of registration) special recognition for their outstanding accomplishments.
• is a student in a secondary, post secondary, vocational or technical Recipients of the “Youth Volunteer” are individuals between the ages of
15 – 24 who have contributed a significant amount of time and service
program; priority is given to students in post secondary education without pay to a charity, not for profit organization or an individual.
• drivers’ licence with clean drivers’ abstract is required Please submit your nomination no later than 12:00 p.m., Friday, April
• is legally entitled to work in Canada 19th, 2019 to the Township Office. Nomination forms are available at
Resumes will be received until 12:00 p.m., Friday, April 26th, 2019 the office or from our website, www.sables-spanish.ca
Kim Sloss, Clerk-Administrator
POST YOUR NUMBER
We can’t help you if we can’t find you.
Tipping fees at the Tennyson Landfill Site will be waived for all Seconds can mean the difference between life and death in an emergency.
residential household waste on Saturday, May 11th and Sunday May Getting resources where they are needed as quickly as possible is vital. This
26th, 2019 from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. is especially true when dealing with 911 emergencies. However, without
Tipping fees will still apply for commercial or construction materials. clearly posted civic numbers to guide them, emergency responders can
Please ensure all loads are properly secured and covered to prevent sometimes have difficulty locating the address of a 911 emergency.
debris from blowing out of your vehicle or trailer! Make sure that your civic number is posted in front of your home or
business, and that it is clearly visible from the road day or night. This
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY will assist police, firefighters and paramedics in being able to locate
you as quickly as possible if an emergency should occur.
Once again we will be partnering with the Town of Espanola on
Saturday, April 27th, 2019 in holding a Household Hazardous Waste COMING SOON
Day. Bring your items to the Espanola Public Works Garage – 596
Second Avenue, Espanola between 8:00am and 4:00pm. Please A Farmers Market for Massey in Heritage Park on
watch for flyers for more information. Fridays from June 28, 2019 until October 5, 2019 - 3
pm to 7 pm.
2019 GET MOVING PROGRAM Looking for vendors with local produce, local crafts
and items to support the local economy on Fridays all
Exercise classes for Seniors with a certified instructor take place at the summer long.
Massey Arena in the Sadowski Room on Wednesdays. Please contact Lisa Perl at the Municipal Office 705
• Cardio, low impact, strength, balance and stretching - 1:00 pm. 865-2646 for more information.
• Gentle movement focusing on balance, functional movement and
stretching - 2:00 pm.
Amnesty Week: April 1-6. Please bring back your overdue books.
MASSEY AREA MUSEUM EVENTS Fines will be waived for the books you return.
EBooks will be back soon!
The Massey Area Museum is looking for writers of all ages to enter the Showshoes and Walking Poles are available in Massey and Webbwood.
“Fred Lefrance Creative Writing Contest”. Visit the museum Training on your iPad, iPhone or Samsung device is available at the
lobby for contest details. Massey location. Call the library for an appointment with our student.
Our website has been in the process of a changeover. Sorry for the
*** inconvenience. The address is www.masseylibrary.com
The upstairs room “McNuilty Room” is for rent at the Massey Area Programs: Massey & Webbwood host children’s programs throughout
Museum. Please call the Museum for details and availability – the year, such as Summer Reading (July-August) & Story Hour
705-865-2266. (September to May).
Hours at the library: Massey: Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 10 to 7;
*** Tuesday & Thursday – 10-5, Saturday: 11 to 1. Webbwood: Monday to
Variety Bingo at Massey Area Museum on Monday April 8, 2019 - Friday: 6 to 8 p.m.; Tuesday – 12 -2; Friday – 10 to 12, Saturday – 2 to 4.
Doors open at 6pm. Cake Walk during intermissions. Bring your Contact your library for more information.
friends and family. All ages welcome! Call: 705-865-2641 (Massey) or 705-869-4147(Webbwood) or
Email: [email protected] or
*** [email protected].
Massey Area Museum fundraiser - Bean Supper at the Eagles Club
in Webbwood on Friday April 26, 2019 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. Around&About April 2, 2019 Page 8
Cost is $15.00 for adults; 12 and under $5.00