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Suite au décès de son fils, Monique Poirier commença à donner des conférences gratuites au gens vivant un deuil. Depuis 2010 elle est animatrice pour La Traversée à Rockland. La Traversée est un groupe d’entraide qui offre un soutien, un accompagnement pour aider les endeuillé(e)s à naviguer à travers cette dure épreuve et pour redonner un sens à la vie. Selon elle le deuil est l’ensemble des réactions d’ajustement, d’adaptation et de transforma- tion nécessaire pour que les gens puissent vivre sainement et de façon autonome après le décès d’une personne significative. La première conférence aura lieu au restaurant Le Chardo à Alfred le 21 septembre à 19h. Pour de plus amples informations ou pour vous inscrire vous pouvez communiquer avec Mme Poirier au 613 679-4256.
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circulating among Ontario municipal go- vernments to support a joint lobbying effort of Camping In Ontario (CIO) with the Cana- dian Federal of Independent Businesses (CFIB). The CIO represents 440 private commercial campgrounds in the province. Together they are pressing the CRA and the federal financeministry and the department of small business and tourism to revise the policy so that small private campgrounds are recognized as small businesses and are entitled to the small business deduction on their income tax reports. A brief states that private camping opera- tions in Ontario represent 15,000 jobs in the province, contribute $1 billion a year to the provincial economy, and generate $294mil- lion in tax revenue to senior governments. Copies of the resolution will go to the small business and tourism minister and to all Ontario MPs.
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Owner/operators of small campgrounds in the Prescott-Russell region can count on the United Counties council to stand by themagainst a clawback proposal con- cerning their small business tax deduction privilege. The Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) has begun sending out notices to campground owners that their commercial income tax files may undergo reassessment because of an agency policy change dealing with the small business tax deduction. The policy change means some private campgrounds may be classed as “too small” to qualify for the deduction. The United Counties of Prescott-Russell (UCPR) council voted to support a resolution
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200 potted trees to be planted The Raisin Region Conservation Authority (RRCA), in partnership with Tree Canada, is taking steps to create the area’s first edible forest. The project, funded by Tree Canada’s Edible Trees Program, is one of 20 projects approved among 167 applications across Canada. Its objective is to provide the local community access to wild tree and shrub edibles, as well as to learn about the health benefits of wild foods. Approximately 200 potted trees and shrubs will be planted to create the garden. “We want to make wild edibles more accessible to people,» said Normand Genier, RRCA’s forestry specialist. “They are all around us, extremely nutritional, fresh and free!”. The event will be held on September 10, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at Gray’s Creek Conservation Area. A Wild About Edibles workshop will also be held highlighting the benefits of wild foods, learning important identification features of wild edible species, and the correct harvesting methods and timing. – Francis Racine
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All students are back in school throughout Ontario. In Eastern Ontario, the English catholic school district has spent the past summer on some extra upgrade work for several of its schools, thanks to some extra infrastructure funds from the Education Ministry. Roger Cauley, plant and maintenance manager for the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario (CDSBEO), pre- sented district trustees, Aug. 30, with a sum- mary report of the upgrade work finished over the summer and during the 2015-2016 school term. Cauley’s staff either supervised or were themselves responsible for finishing “a considerable number of projects” at more than 46 CDSBEO facilities. “It has been an extremely busy year for our department,” stated Cauley. “We’ve com- pleted several significant projects, andmany other upgrades within board facilities.” Amid-July funding announcement from theministry resulted in an extra $227,000 for the CDSBEO under the provincial School
Renewal Programandmore than $2million from the School Condition Improvement Program. Cauley noted the extra money al- lowed for completion of several projects not already scheduled for attention during the past school term. Most of the additional im- provements added to Cauley’s “completion list” included air conditioning upgrades at two district schools, painting at seven CDS- BEO facilities, and flooring work at two sites. In Rockland the St. Patrick Catholic School saw renovations to some existing rooms to meet increased need for daycare programming at the school.The work includ- ed newwashrooms, work cubbies, flooring, doors and paint. Other schools in the CDSBEO saw up- grades for building heating systems, acces- sibility improvements for students, staff, and visitors to meet the requirements of the Ontario Disabilities Act, installation of portables, upgrades of hospitality rooms and some drinking water fountains, and improvements of playground areas.
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