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SEASON’S Dont know
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septic service Photo - Members of the Lions Club, and the
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Jason Cowles Monday – Running Errands In The New, Not Normal World
Serving Certiﬁed Technician So it’s a drab and dreary Monday, a good Now I’m driving down Crowland Avenue
Espanola & Area
Business 770055--856833--33303420 day to run errands. I’m still puzzled about when the traffic light changes and as I
spotting the Canada Post rural delivery proceed through the yellow, I notice a
Sales & Service
truck going from mailbox to mailbox woman going past me in the opposite
RON RIVET yesterday! Sunday! I thought Canada direction and she’s really late, speeding
CLEANING SERVICES Post was working to rule and here they through the yellow. And she was wearing
25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE are introducing six-day delivery service to a hijab.
rural Wainfleet. A recent newcomer to Canada, by chance?
• Carpet & Upholstery • Tile & Grout With all the flashing lights on the truck Running a stoplight no less! And I think
Cleaning Cleaning it looks like an ambulance and make no to myself if she also bitches about the
www.rrcs.ca 705-862-1914 mistake, if I did a face plant on my daily weather, parks outside her garage which
walk to Morgan’s Point, ‘Tim The Postie’ is filled with junk, drinks beer, mocks
would definitely stop and haul me into the America and thinks the Leafs have a shot
back of his truck. The problem is Tim’s so at the Cup this year, then yes! Another
conscientious — he’d have to make several successful conversion from immigrant to
hundred stops before actually getting me true blue Canadian.
to the hospital. A few blocks later I pass fifty kids waving
Tune into Local Channel 10 or come on out to First, I should go to the shredding shop green flags while cheering and yelling in
the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex.
in Fonthill but I’m trying to avoid “cop protest of Doug Ford’s cuts to services for
Crown Realty (1989) inc., Brokerage
Independently owned and operated on cop” shoot outs as much as possible. Franco-Ontarians. And I can’t help saying:
(What the hell was that about?) “Thank You, Doug.” Your meanness and
So my first stop is a Pilates class at the narrow-mindedness just created two,
Welland Wellness. Very clever those people maybe three social activists of the future
because by putting the front entrance at the who will go on to champion the goodness
back of the building, first-time visitors get and fairness of their generation.
[email protected] 114 Mead Street, Unit 2 a brisk 20-minute walk before they can Almost home, I drop my chainsaw off
www.remaxcrown.ca Espanola, Ontario P5E 1S5
find an open door. at Lou’s Small Engine Repair in Port
Cell: (705) 862-4188 Bus: (705) 869-4230
Fax: (705) 869-6299 After the class — did you know there’s Colborne. Expecting to get a Lou, I get
a Pilates lift-leg exercise called the Fire Mary Lou who’s small and wiry, rough and
Hydrant? — I’m off to Nick’s Cleaners tough and says things like “okey dokey”
to pick up my shirts … but my shirts and “don’t that take the cake.” Forget that
New Clients Always Welcome are not there. I really hate the level of “small engine” sign, this woman could
Formerly incompetence in today’s high-speed replace the motor of an 18-wheeler while
world!!! So does Rhonda: “You already it was proceeding down the QEW at 100
picked them up last week!” (Note to self- KPH.
Sudoku/sharpen memory.) After a careful assessment of the chain saw
Next stop Four Seasons Bakery down the blade — “this one’s had the biscuit. New
block for the best Calibrese, Eccles and one’s whatcha need.” — Lou looks at my
Palmiers this side of Italy’s ‘Boot.’ For name on the ticket she just wrote up.
your information this bakery is closed “William Thomas … you that writer?”
[email protected] Mondays, I know that. I just pull on the Guilty.
SALES AND SERVICE OF: • furnaces • fireplaces • boilers closed door once every few weeks to “You write that article in the … what’s it
FREE ESTIMATES be sure. (Note to self – double down on paper?” Okay.
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Continued from page two... Espanola Opts In For Cannabis
“You just wrote about people to denounce that arm-in-arm Espanola could see a cannabis role in developing a cannabis
killing their spouses in photo of himself and white strategy for Espanola, and
various ways and what not?” nationalist Faith Goldy have retail outlet, but not likely for suggested revenues could go
Confirmed. emboldened the haters… to educational initiatives.
There’s a very long pause until even in small towns like Port a long, long time. The paper work has been
Lou looks me strait in the eye Colborne! I wonder if all these sent in before the deadline
and asks: “So what’ll you be fresh-faced activists Ford is Earlier this month, Espanola and still with the story, as of
needin’ this chain saw for?” inadvertently creating will one Wednesday, January 23rd,
I start laughing to the point day be enough to slam the door council discussed whether it is a yes from over 300
I can’t really answer her on the bigots he’s bringing out municipalities in Ontario.
question. “Ah Lou? How be of the closet. Bullies are but to opt in with the province The opt-out option has closed
you do the repair work and I do blips (or is that blimps) in time, and the AGCO reports only
the humour. Okay?” but karma is forever. to have such a business in 76 communities have said no
And as the door hits me in Last stop the post office and to local pot sales. While, for
the ass on the way out I hear: before mailing by Colon Espanola. the opt-in communities, this
“Okey dokey.” Cancer Poop Test to the OHIP means access to provincially
Headed for the LCBO I’m lab in Toronto I write above Councillor Maureen filtered pot-tax, it does not
shocked to see three members the address, “Urgent! Deliver mean the immediate opening
of the alt-right “Patriots on To The Desk of Doug Ford Vanalstine was the only of brick-and-mortar stores in
Guard” staging a protest ASAP.” Sorry, but when it April. Only 25 will open in
against immigrants and Prime comes to political protests, member to oppose that option Ontario in cities with no less
Minister Justin Trudeau. In Port every little bit counts. than 50,000 people.
Colborne! Wearing lime green, I arrive home having survived stating her concern is for youth The marijuana shortage that
hooded jackets they shove Monday in the era of the ‘new led to Ontario’s decision to
their hate-filled signs towards abnormal.’ I could really use and that she would prefer to limit pot stores may drag on
pedestrians and cars passing by. one of those Eccles. I should for years.
We have a brief exchange of have stopped at Four Seasons wait and opt in later once there Experts say with edibles likely
ideas, me and the guy closest … wait! I did! It was closed. to be legalized this fall, much
to my car window. I suggest (Note to self: double down on is some data available. of the product will be used to
they drop the Canadian flag Johnny Walker Red!) create cannabis-infused drinks
in favour of a Swastika. He However, Councillor Heather and foods. Officials say the
suggests something I can’t print For comments, ideas and medical cannabis market is
here and would be physically copies of Never Hitchhike On Mallot said it would likely be also driving up demand, and
impossible anyway. The Road Less Travelled, producers likely won’t be able
Premier Doug Ford’s failure go to www.williamthomas.ca a year before Espanola would to catch up until at least 2022.
likely have a retail outlet.
Deputy Mayor Bill Foster
pointed out the town could
see revenue of $60 to $75,000
Councillor Ken Duplessis
says cannabis sales would
be treated like the LCBO
and Beer Store, so he had no
concern with opting in.
Councillor Sandra Hayden
agrees with Vanalastine, but
believes education will be key
to helping youth.
Mayor Jill Beer agrees with
both Hayden and Vanalstine
that education will play a big
Hospitals Digital System Recovered From Virus
Local hospitals in the systems. full since old-fashioned Turnbull adds, “it is not being
pen and paper had to be considered a ransomware
Espanola, Blind River, Elliot Health Science North used for registrations, and where someone hacks a system
several patients saw their and then demands money for
Lake and Manitoulin Island communications specialist, appointments cancelled or the fix.” He also assures the
rescheduled, including many public that no records of any
saw a return to full digital Jason Turnball said the virus cancer patients. patient’s and their information
HSN restored most of the was released.
status last Friday. came from another hospital, critical systems by Monday, The investigation is
January 21st. continuing.
Early Wednesday morning, but did not say which.
January 16th, a virus got He adds, as a preventive
into the medical electronic measure, all systems were
record systems, Meditech taken off line including
and Mosaiq, at Health medical records.
Science North infecting all 24 Since there is no digital
northeastern Ontario hospitals services, 10 hospitals saw
on line programming their medical imaging
including Espanola, and systems taken off line and
secondary services, such four hospitals, including
as medical clinics, mental Elliot Lake, had no email or
services and more. other I-T services. HOME GAME!!
Known as a zero day virus, it Espanola and Blind River Friday, February 8, 7:30 pm
is the kind that has no patches had no out-patient laboratory Around&About January 29, 2019 Page 3
or solutions available, and it services for the time being.
can wreak havoc on digital Wait rooms were also
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Educators In Rainbow Schools Take Part In Continued from front page...
Suicide Intervention Workshop Talk About Rooster Tails – Funding For
Snow-Making In Espanola
Fifteen educators in Rainbow and recognize other important
Schools took part in the Applied aspects of suicide prevention
Suicide Intervention Skills including life-promotion and
Training (ASIST) workshop self-care. with a snow-making snow on the main hill.
machine. “The snow gun can handle 60
on Tuesday, January 22 and “Mental health and well-being “The Espanola Lions Club gallons of water per minute,”
was generous with a donation says Hutchinson. “It takes
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 is essential for academic success of $11,000 towards the nine gallons of water to make
purchase,” says Hutchinson. one cubic foot of snow.”
at the Centre for Education in and personal growth,” said Norm “We also had a fund raising The equipment could mean a
mud run that raised $3,500.” good pay off for the club.
Sudbury. This is the first of three Blaseg, Director of Education “Two snow guns were Snowmaking helps the
purchased from Mount hill to deliver programs to
training sessions to take place in for the board. “This training will Dufour; one was purchased the community on a more
by Rona in Massey and the consistent time line. With
2019. help our staff help our students other was purchased by Hutch the weather going up and
Academy. Each gun was down, the snowmaking will
ASIST teaches participants to who are experiencing distress.” $1,000 plus transportation.” guarantee these programs
The town donated the water when the weather turns
recognize when someone may Rainbow District School Board for the trial year ($4,000). warm.
“Then we had some high “This will also enable
be at risk of suicide and how to adopted its first Mental Health pressure hose donated and our season to start a little
the fire department gave us sooner and end later,” adds
work with them to create a plan StrategicPlaninSeptember2018. some of their old hoses. This Hutchinson.
was enough for us to make The club has had a few
that will support their immediate The plan guides the board’s work snow.” mechanical challenges in the
Eriks Industrial Services LP first few weeks of use, but it
safety. by embedding student mental in Sudbury donated $1,000 is up and running, just in time
in air hose with fittings and to host the brunt of Espanola
Duringtheworkshop,participants health policy within its strategic another donation from BJ Winter Carnival events in
Leclair of $1000 to make February.
engaged in numerous activities planning; raising awareness to
and exercises to build hands-on decrease stigma and increase the
skills. The workshops will give capacity to recognize the signs of
them the skills to understand the mental health problems early and
ways that personal and societal how to access the appropriate
attitudes affect views on suicide intervention; and implementing
and interventions; learn how to evidence informed promotion,
provide guidance and suicide prevention, and intervention
first aid to a person at risk in mental health services to promote
ways that meet their individual mentally healthy classrooms.
safety needs; appreciate the value To check out the plan, go to:
of improving and integrating https://www.rainbowschools.ca/
suicide prevention resources parents/resources-for-parents/
in the community at large; mental-health-well/
Espanola Men’s Curling Bonspiel 2019
AWinners: Al Leduc, Jamie Perlin, Steve Neufeld, Dave Gallant
ASecond: Alex Robinson, Ryan Scott, Justin Viel, Moe Lamothe
B Winners: Jason Sterletski, Don Hache, Joe Charette, Brent
B Second: Ross Patterson, Perry Laderoute, Guy Constatin,
C Winners: Greg Mooney, Al Emiry, Jeff Mooney, John Mooney
C Second: Jeff Sheppard, Keith Stringer, Don Farquhar,
Photo - A Winners: Al Leduc, Jamie Perlin, Steve Neufeld, Dave Gallant D Winners: Dave Wells, Joey Comtoise, Marty Dobuc,, Thio
The Espanola Men’s Bonspiel was held in mid-January with D Second: Noah Gallant, Ethan Lamothe, Thomas Morrow,
16 teams taking part, hosted by the Espanola Curling Club Kyle Spencer (missing)
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Dire Need For Coats
Some people, including in need of warm winter coats. Going into
children, are still without Brunetti says the coats will
winter coats and a call is going be given out to those in need Grade 9
out for the public’s help. in Espanola and similar drives
Primary care manager, Jon are also underway in Sudbury
Brunetti, of the Espanola and Lively.
Family Health Team says they Coats for children, youth and
have been notified that there adults can be brought to the
are many community members clinic adjacent to the hospital.
Recipe Information RNEGOISWTE!R
I found this recipe in my
Grandma’s recipe box Manitoulin Secondary School
and it brought back fond
memories of eating this Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 6:30 pm
deliciously sweet but tangy,
creamy dessert. Of course Jamie Mohamed, Principal | 705.368.7000 | 107 Bay Street, M’Chigeeng
anything with cream cheese and whipped topping in it is
a winner in my eyes. This is better if it sits in the fridge Espanola High School
overnight, so it’s a perfect dessert to make ahead for special
occasions or dinner guests. Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 6 pm
NO-BAKE PINEAPPLE CREAM DESSERT Kristina Rivard Gobbo, Principal | 705.869.1590 | 147 Spruce Avenue, Espanola
Filling: All Grade 8 students and their parents/guardians are
invited to the Information Nights, regardless of which
• 8 oz softened cream cheese elementary school students currently attend.
• 1 tub (8 oz) whipped topping
• 1 large can (14-16 oz) crushed pineapple, drained This guide for students and
• ¾ cup confectioner’s sugar parents/guardians is a must-read
• ½ cup pineapple chunks for all students making the
• ½ cup shredded coconut for topping. transition from Grade 8 to Grade 9.
To access the guide online,
Crust: visit rainbowschools.ca.
Click on Programs,
• 1½ cups graham cracker crumbs then Secondary Education.
• ⅓ cup sugar To learn more, contact your Rainbow secondary school
• ½ cup butter, melted or email [email protected]
For crust: Mix the graham cracker crumbs and sugar. Add Around&About January 29, 2019 Page 5
the melted butter and stir to combine well. Press into a 8 x
8- or 9 x 9-inch pan.
Filling: In a large bowl, beat the softened cream cheese
and confectioner’s sugar until very smooth. Beat in the
tub of whipped topping. Then fold in the drained crushed
pineapple. Spread filling on top of crust. Top with pineapple
chunks and sprinkle with coconut. Chill very well—at least
4 hours, preferably overnight.
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Ross – Robert Lawrence of Espanola
passed away at the Espanola Nursing
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Dear son of the late Lorne & Elsie (nee
Yates) Ross. Beloved husband of Jenny
(nee Allain). Loving father of
Shelley-Lynn Ross (husband Mike) of
SERVICES Espanola, Murray Ross (wife Pamela) of
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NATUROPATHIC DOCTOR- ESPANOLA SELF STORAGE late James Ross (wife Stella) of Sudbury and the late Mary Scott
SYLVIA MARASCO - Espanola – 6x8 and 8x10 Storage units (partner David) of White Rock B.C. Cremation with the burial of
practice. Multiple natural available in Espanola. Located ashes at a later date in the spring. The Family invited relatives and
approaches to health. Call 705- behind the car wash. Call 705- friends to the family home (471 Old Webbwood Rd, Espanola)
671-9965 for further information 869-8405. 3/19 - R from 1-4 PM on Sunday, January 20, 2019 for a gathering. If so
and/or to book appointment. 2/19 desired, donations to the Espanola Nursing Home Therapeutic
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HAIRSTYLIST AMANDA Massey Agricultural Society Obituaries • In Loving Memory
FAIRBURN - previously from monthly meetings - 3rd Thursday Thank You Ads • Births or Birthdays
Dittrich’s Hair Design has moved of the month. Held at Massey
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LOCATION - Amanda Elliott, available for each class. Feb.- Apr.
Registered Massage Therapist is More Info at 705-862-0457 or STAFF
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Chiropractic & Wellness Group, Rayann Muncaster - Office Sales/Production Co-ordinator
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THERAPY & Deputy Mayor / Councillor. 705-869-6883 Bill Leeney - Graphic Design
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Spanish River Snowmobile Club Poker Run – Saturday,
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3-123 Tudhope St Espanola Webbwood Eagles Spaghetti Dinner – Saturday, February
705-869-0513 2 from 4:30 until 6:00 p.m. Call your order in advance 705-
Closing date : Monday Feb 04 at 2 pm 869-4269. Everyone welcome
Knights of Columbus Spaghetti Supper – February 8. For
ank you to all who apply. only those selected for an tickets please contact 705-869-0691.
interview will be contacted. The Walford Community Center Indoor Yard Sale -
Saturday, February 9 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the
The Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board is a Walford Community Center. For more info call 705-844-
municipal service management organization created by the 2887. Proceeds go to the Walford Community Center.
provincial government to oversee the local planning, Espanola Area Friendship Circle Alzheimer Support
coordination and delivery of a range of services and Group – Monday, February 11, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. at the
programs divested to the municipal order of government. Seniors’ Drop in Centre 799 Queensway Ave. Espanola. For
The specific programs our DSB is responsible for are: more info contact Wendy Ashton 705-869-1137
Ontario Works, Social Housing, Emergency Medical Northshore Pins & Needles Quilting & Stitchery Guild
Services (Land Ambulance), and Early Learning and Child - Next meeting, Wednesday, February 27, 7:00 p.m. at the
Care services. Espanola Royal Canadian Legion. New members welcome.
Voices Of Spring - Community Choir rehearsals every
The following Employment Opportunity is now available Saturday at 10:30 a.m., in the basement of St. Andrew’s
to anyone interested in joining our highly dedicated United Church. New members most welcome!
workforce. Lighthouse Community Lunch - Free community luncheon
at the Lighthouse, across from the Royal Bank, every second
CUSTODIAN – Gore Bay and fourth Tuesday of the month, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00p.m.
PART-TIME From Soup to Tomatoes - Basic Class 9:00 – 9:45 a.m.,
Gentle Class 10:00 – 10:45 a.m., Yoga Class 11:00 – 11:30
Competition #2019-01-IAM a.m. Mon-Wed-Fri at the Elks Hall for all three classes.
Closing date: February 19, 2019 Mon-Wed-Fri Basic class only at the Seniors Drop In Centre.
For position details, visit Job Opportunities on our website at
www.msdsb.net/index.php/careers Do you have a NOTE for the Community?
While all responses are appreciated, We invite not-for-profit organizations to submit information on
only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. their upcoming events in writing no later than
Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. 25 Word Limit.
E-mail: [email protected]
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Feb 8 - 10, 2019 Espanola
FOR EVENT INFO VISIT espanola.ca or phone 705-869-1961
*Snowshoe lending available @ Rec Complex AROUND TOWN
*Outdoor Rink Open pending weather & ice conditions 9am-12pm FREE Pickle Ball @ Espanola High School
*Capture Our Community 2019 Winter Street Banner Contest 9am-12pm FREE Family Yoga & Playgroup
makeWinter Carnival your inspiration for winter design submissions!
For rules & guidelines visit expanola.ca Hosted by Our Children Our Future @ Sacred Heart School
11am Ball Hockey Tournament @ DFR Sports Bar Parking Lot
NOTICE of RECORDING
Events at the Ski hill may Registration & payment at DFR before Feb 7th call 705-583-3663
be video recorded for 3:30pm MeatRoll-Off&50/50DrawsEspanolaRoyalCanadianLegion
use in social media. @ BOOGIE MOUNTAIN SKI HILL
9:30am-1:30pm The Boomer Big Air Event
Friday February 8th
@ LIBRARY In honour of Brandon Boomhower's passion for jumping & rails
10am FREE BYO Baby Family Movie "Lady Bird" 11am-2pm Espanola Coffee Roasters @ warming station
2pm FREE Afternoon Escapes Family Movie "Lady Bird" 11am-3pm Warming Station
6pm FREE Teen Munch to the Movies featuring "Tag"
Hosted by Espanola 3rd Cubs & Scouts. Sponsored by Carlyle Construction
Hosted by the Espanola Public Library 11am North Shore Search & Rescue Survival Skills
@ REC COMPLEX 11am -5pm GET ANIMAL! Professional Face Painting
11am-1:30pm Chili Luncheon
Sponsored by Gray Street Veterinary Services
Hosted by Espanola Masonic Lodge 2-3pm Radar Run
7:30pm Espanola Express VS Blind River Beavers 2-5pm FREE Outdoor Games & Stephano the Magician
5pm-1am 38thAnnualSpaghettiSupper&EliminationDraw BubbleSoccer *SnowBallToss * SlapShotWall *StickHandling
for tickets 705-869-0692 or at the KC Hall between 4-6pm 5-6pm Chalet Chili Dinner
6:30pm Meat Roll-Off & 50/50 Draws 6-7pm Christmas Tree Bonfire
7pm Starlit Guided Snowshoe
Espanola Royal Canadian Legion 8pm-1am After Party / Licensed
Saturday February 9th Sunday February 10th
@ REC COMPLEX AROUND TOWN
9am-12pm Carnival Skate Exchange 9am 41st Annual Snowarama for Easter Seals
Hosted by Public Health Sudbury & Districts and the Sponsored by CTV, Mid North Monitor, Moose FM, Around &
Espanola & Area Family Health Team About/Paper Works, My Espanola Now, Tim Hortons, Red Dog Grill
9am-12pm Dansations Bake Sale 1pm Canadian Wrestling Federation presents…Anti-Bullying
1-2pm FREE LIONS Swim Workshop & Pro-Wrestling Extravaganza FREE
10am-3pm Paint S-Capes with Christine Mick Doors Open at 12:30pm @ Espanola High School
Stained-Glass-Effect Painting Workshop Sponsored by Noojmowin Teg Health Centre in partnership
4-4:30pm Dinner Prelude with Espanola Strings with the Town of Espanola
4:30-6:30pm Paul & Hester Zahorec Memorial Supper @ BOOGIE MOUNTAIN SKI HILL
Sponsored by the Espanola Lions 12-2pm Races
7:30pm Espanola Express VS Powassan Voodoos 2:15-3:15pm Kids Slopestyle
3:30pm Kids Slopestyle Prizes
@ LIBRARY @ REC COMPLEX
10am FREE Book Reading + Signing with Kathy Carre 2-4pm FREE Who's Crafty KIDS Snowman Craft
11am FREE Family Movie "Smallfoot" 4pm Espanola Express VS Elliot Lake Wild Cats
7-9pm Who's Crafty Valentine's Decoration & Card Making Event
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