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FORGET ME NOT Cornwallites and area residents participated in the annual Walk for Alzheimer’s on May 8. PAGE 4


Walmart, nouveau propriétaire de Eleven Points



Walmart, nouveau propriétaire de Eleven Points

de Cornwall. Cette acquisition devrait se révéler un atout pour la croissance continue de Walmart Canada au pays. » Walmart exploite déjà un grand centre de distribution à Cornwall depuis 2001. Celui-ci emploie 900 travailleurs. À l’heure de mettre sous presse, nous n’avions reçu aucune réponse de la part deWalmart quant à l’avenir de ce dernier. La compagnie a aussi annoncé qu’elle achètera 13 anciennes succursales de Target Canada, pour un total d’environ 165millions de dollars. Les transactions sont soumises à l’approbation du tribunal en conformité avec les procédures de la Loi sur les arrangements avec les créanciers des entreprises de Tar- get Canada, et certaines autres conditions habituelles. « Walmart s’est engagé à promouvoir le marché canadien, et cet accord nous per- met d’accélérer nos plans de croissance en s’assurant que de plus en plus de Canadiens ont accès à nos bas prix, a déclaré Dirk Van den Berghe, président et chef de la direction deWalmart Canada. Les 13magasins acquis sont bien situés. Nous nous réjouissons de continuer à servir les Canadiens et Cana- diennes. » La compagnie prévoit investir 185 mil- lions de dollars pour rénover le centre de distribution et les 13 magasins.


Eleven Points, l’ancien centre de distribu- tion de Target, a été acheté par Walmart Canada. La société a annoncé le 8 mai dernier qu’un accord avait été conclu pour acqué- rir l’édifice. Elle a aussi déclaré qu’elle y emploiera un millier de personnes.

Le Centre de distribution Eleven Points a été construit par Target Canada en 2013 pour desservir ses magasins au Canada.

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Le Centre de distribution Eleven Points a été construit par Target Canada en 2013 pour desservir ses magasins au Canada. Target a annoncé son intention de quitter le mar- ché canadien en décembre 2014. Le centre

Le Centre de distribution construit par Target Canada en 2013 pour desservir ses magasins au Canada a été acheté par Walmart Canada le 8 mai dernier.

de distribution était donc vacant depuis le début du printemps. « Le bâtiment est un excellent établisse- ment moderne qui est stratégiquement situé le long de l’autoroute 401, dans le parc d’af- faires de Cornwall, a déclaré Mark Boileau, directeur du développement économique

Briefs / En bref

Arrest leads to even more charges An arrest, courtesy of a warrant, also lead police to discover something more. Jody Burgess, 46, of Cornwall, was arrested on May 4 on the strength of a warrant. It is alleged that the man failed to attend court in relation to an assault charge and a warrant was issued for his arrest. On the same day, the man attended police headquarters to deal with the matter. It was also learned that he was wanted for possession of someone else’s debit card and use of it. He was taken into custody on the strength of the warrant, charged accordingly for fraud, possession of stolen debit card, breach of probation and undertaking (failing to keep the peace) and held for a bail hear- ing.– Francis Racine Broken broom handle used as weapon A Cornwall youth will have time to think about what he did, after he was taken into custody, following a violent incident. The 14-year-old was arrested on April 27 and charged with assault with a weapon. It is alleged that, on the same day, the youth attempted to strike his mother with a broom handle that he broke. Police were contacted and took the youth into custody. He was charged accordingly and held for a bail hearing. His name was not released as per provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. – Francis Racine Long list of possession charges for local women A warrant search by members of the Cornwall Street Crime Unit resulted with the arrest of two city women. Sandra Jocko, 46, and Symphony Pierce, 21, both of Cornwall, were arrested and charged with the possession of hydromorphone, possession of marijuana, possession of nabilone, posses- sion of methamphetamine and possession of oxycotin. It is alleged that on April 23, members of the Cornwall Street Crime Unit executed a warrant at a Brookdale Avenue residence and located a quantity of hydromorphone, marijuana, nabilone, methamphetamine and oxycotin. As a result of the warrant, both were arrested and charged accordingly. Jocko was later released to appear in court on May 14 while Pierce was released to appear in court on May 28. – Francis Racine

ThomasMooney, a grade 12 student at Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School, has been elected as the next Catholic Student Trustee for the CDSBEO. Mooney will be assuming the role from current Catholic Student Trustee Brianna Workman. Workman is a student at St. Mi- chael Catholic High School in Kemptville. “I’m really looking forward to the op- portunity to serve all of the students of the Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario, and I am excited to continue wor- king with themembers of the Student Senate in this new role,” explained Mooney, after being elected at the student senatemeeting on April 30. “Our Board has been so fortunate to have had excellent student trustees sit at our Board,” remarked Board Chair, Brent La- ton. “All of the trustees of the CDSBEO look forward to working with Trustee Mooney as he assumes his new role in September.” As Catholic Student Trustee, Thomas Mooney represents the more than 12,900 students across the Board. He will lead the Student Senate, which is made up of representatives from all CDSBEO secon- dary schools. The Senate discusses student issues, gathers student opinion, and helps to develop communications with all students across the CDSBEO. It also provides ameans for student council leaders and senators to gain leadership skills. “I amdelighted to welcomeThomasMoo- ney as our next Catholic Student Trustee for 2015-16. In his work with the Student Senate, it is apparent that he is extremely dedicated and very eager to take on this new role,” highlightedDirector of Education, Wm. J. Gartland. In addition to serving on the Board of Trustees and the Catholic Student Senate, Mooney will have the opportunity to meet Holy Trinity student named Trustee ACTUAL I TÉ • NEWS Assemblée générale Le Centre Moi j’apprends Ɵendra son assemblée générale annuelle. le mercredi 10 juin à 19h dans ses locaux, au 1468, rue Laurier, pièce 100

Newly elected Catholic Student Trustee for the 2016-2017 school year, Thomas Mooney, with current Catholic Student Trustee, Brianna Workman.

other Student Trustees and Trustees from across the province. Current Catholic Student Trustee Brianna Workman was enthusiastic to welcome Thomas Mooney to his new role. “I am very confident Thomas will be an exemplary advocate and a strong voice for all the students in our Board,” she said. “It has been such an honour to represent all of the amazing students in our Board and to have experienced how much the CDSBEO values the student voice. I am very excited to be passing the torch on to someone as promising as Thomas.”

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Participants took part in a Zumba session before taking part in the annual Walk for Alzheimer’s, on May 9 at the Lamoureux Park.


ease and other dementias and advance the search for the cause and cure. The Society has programs and services in nearly every community.

“Makingmemories matter is our slogan,” expressed an emotional Laurie Kennedy Sul- livan, on the stage of the bandshell. “I have a story from someone named Gilbert. He told me he pulled up to a local Tim Hortons on his electric bike and he had to park next to five big Harley Davidons and their riders.” Sullivan then proceeded to say, all the while tearing up, how he explained to the men he once had a car, before being dia- gnosed with Alzheimer’s. The riders then did the unthinkable. They invited him for a ride on one of their motorcycles and treated him like one of their own.“They even invited him to a local bless your bike day, organized by a church,” she said. The Alzheimer Society is the leading not-for-profit health organization working nationwide to improve the quality of life for Canadians affected by Alzheimer’s dis-

Since 1978, they’ve been dedicated to providing help for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and their care- givers.

It seemed it was meant to be, for the nor- mally humid May weather was somehow missing. Instead, the 50 or so participants in the annual Walk for Alzheimer’s were treated to perfect morning on May 9, at the Lamoureux Park. “It’s the first day we do it in spring,” explai- ned SharynDuffey, campaign and volunteer coordinator with the Alzheimer’s society. “It’s a nationwide event that we used to do in January. We also changed the name from the walk of memories to the walk for Alzhei- mer’s. We wanted to have a bigger voice.” Before the walk took place, a session of Zumba was organized, in order to not only help the participants stretch, but to also elevate the spirits.

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Les décorations chinoises ainsi qu’un souper spaghetti et un encan silencieux faisaient partie de la deuxième édition de Tout feu, tout flamme, une collecte de fonds créée par l’École secondaire publique L’Héritage pour financer, en partie, un voyage en Chine ainsi que la classe de musique. La soirée, qui a eu lieu le 7 mai dernier, a été agrémentée d’un spectacle mettant en vedette plusieurs élèves de L›Héritage et de Rose des Vents. Le souper a été servi par les élèves qui se rendront en Chine l’an prochain. Il y a deux ans, des élèves de l’école s’étaient rendus en Europe. En photo, Roxanne Charbonneau, Philippe St-Arnaud et Katherine Dionne.

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National Nursing Week 2015 May 11-17 is National Nursing Week, alongside International Nurses Day and Florence Nightingale’s birthday, May 12. This year’s Canadian Nurses Association theme, Nurses: With you every step of the way , emphasizes how important nurses are in our lives — at every age, in all health situations, for all Canadians. With more than 408,000 regulated nurses in Canada, the largest of any health provider group, nurses are the Send your thanks to the nurses in your life by using the hashtag #everystep on Twitter. Or visit to learn more about the many ways nurses are with Canadians every step of the way. Semaine nationale des soins in rmiers 2015 La Semaine nationale des soins infirmiers aura lieu du 11 au 17 mai, et comprend deux autres événements spéciaux tenus le 12 mai, soit la Journée internationale des infirmières et l’anniversaire de Florence Nightingale. Cette année, le thème de l’Association des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada, Le personnel infirmier : toujours à backbone of our health system. This week, we recognize the profession for their dedication and commitment to making Canada a healthier nation.

vos côtés! , souligne le rôle important que jouent les infirmières et infirmiers dans la vie de toutes les Canadiennes et tous les Canadiens, à toutes les étapes et dans différents contextes. Les 408 000 infirmières et infirmiers réglementés du Canada représentent le groupe de professionnels de la santé le plus grand, et forment la base de notre système de santé. Cette semaine, nous reconnaissons les membres de cette profession pour leurs efforts dévoués et leur engagement envers la santé de la population canadienne. Remerciez les infirmières et infirmiers dans votre vie en utilisant le mot- clic #àvoscôtés

Le Conseil d’administration est content de reconnaître le personnel in rmier pour leur professionnalisme, leur engagement et les soins oerts aux résidents, aux patients et à leur famille. La Semaine nationale des soins in rmiers est l’occasion de célébrer et de dire «Merci». Nous pro tons de l’occasion pour leur faire savoir que nous les apprécions à leur juste valeur! S EMAINE NATIONALE DES SOINS INFIRMIERS 11€17 MAI 2015

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The Cornwall Community Hospital (CCH), through Trillium Gift of Life Network (TGLN), has been trying to save lives with organ donations, since 2013. CCH participates in Ontario’s Routine Notification Programby reporting impend- ing patient deaths so that their specially trained staff can identify potential donors and approach families to re-affirmconsent. “One organ and tissue donor can save up to eight lives and transform as many as 75 others,” explained Janice Beitel, director of hospital programs, Education and Profes- sional Practice and Education at TGLN. “Just onemore donor canmean everything for the family of someone on the waiting list. The hospitals joining us in implementing Rou- tine Notification are helping us to save lives.” In 2014 there were nearly 20 sets of eyes harvested fromdeaths that occurred at CCH;

and earlier this year, CCH had its first suc- cessful organ donation, which is muchmore complicated to coordinate. Transplant sur- geons travel to collect the organs and return them to a matching recipient. In Cornwall alone there are nine people waiting for an organ transplant withmost common needs being kidney, liver and heart. CCH celebrated April as Be a donor month with a donor registration drive encouraging both staff and the public to register as an organ donor. “Having a drive such as this brings aware- ness to the impact that one donation can save as many as eight lives,” explainedMike Kroon, manager of CCU/Hemodialysis and clinical lead for the tissue and organ dona- tion program at CCH. “As difficult as the personal situation is, it can, at the same time, be extremely rewarding. ”



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Local students participate in Connections 7/8

L’Hôpital Général de Hawkesbury & District Inc. est présentement à la recherche de candidats(es) bilingues pour combler les postes suivants : / The Hawkesbury and District General Hospital Inc. is looking for bilingual candidates to fill the following positions: INFIRMIERS(ÈRES AUTORISÉ(E)S / REGISTERED NURSES

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Postes disponibles à l’urgence, équipe de réserve, médecine/chirurgie, centre familial des naissances. / Available positions for emergency room, reserve team, medecine surgery, family birthing center.


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• Certificat d’enregistrement à l’Ordre des infirmiers(ères) de l’Ontario. / Certificate of registration from the College of Nurses of Ontario. • Capacité à communiquer verbalement et par écrit dans les deux langues officielles. / Capacity to communicate verbally and in writing in both official languages. • Capacité à gérer le stress. / Capacity to manage stress. • Capacité à travailler dans un environnement changeant et capacité à travailler en équipe. / Able to work in a changing environment and capable of working in a team setting.

OnMay 6, a one-day experiential event called Connections 7/8 was held at St. Lawrence College’s Cornwall Campus. The day gave countless local grade 7 and 8 students the opportunity to grasp themany programs available at the institution. “The Connections events are a great mechanism to open the eyes of students to the programs that are available at St. Lawrence College,” explained Anne Nahorny, School College Work Initiatives coordinator at the college. “It is our hope that, by exposing them to the college and showing them all the different career pathways that exist through a college education, they will be encouraged to complete their secondary education and consider college as a post-secondary destination.” This program is supported by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, and involves students from four area school boards: the Algonquin Lakeshore District School Board, Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario, Limestone District School Board and Upper Canada District School Board. Pictured are students from Cornwall’s Seaway District High School.

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River restrictions might land some in hot water


The sun is bright andmany Cornwall resi- dents are naturally thinking of adventuring near the St. Lawrence River. But a Cornwall by-law restricts their right to do as they please. Entitled “A By-law to regulate fishing and swimming in Municipal Parks and Public Places”, the three-page by-law, adopted in 2011, addresses concerns relating to the safety of all persons whomake use of muni- cipal facilities. TheMunicipal Act enables a local muni- cipality to prohibit and regulate, with res- pect to public nuisances, includingmatters that, in the opinion of council are or could become or cause a public nuisance. The same Act also gives the City total control over the passing of by-laws for what it considers environmental and health well-being. “This by-law is intended for public safety only, and does not take into account fishing licenses and catch limits,” explained Jona- than Cosgroves, By-law enforcement officer for the City of Cornwall. “That is enforced by the Ministry of Natural Resources.” The report highlights activities that were, at one point in time, acceptable. These in- cluded engage in swimming and fishing activities at the boat ramps of Guindon and

By-Law #2011-159, also known as the municipal law that regulates fishing and swimming in municipal parks and public places, prohibits several summer activities concerning the St. Lawrence River.

Lamoureux parks, fishing within the pro- perty of Marina 200 and fishing within the Rotary Eco Gardens. According to the city, the activities were deemed to be a public and environmental nuisance, as well as being unsafe for fishermen. One of the prohibitions included in the municipal law may come as a surprise to many residents. “No person shall or shall permit any domesticated animal to swim or bathe within 75 meters from the Marina 200, Grey’s Creek area docks, Lamoureux

and Guindon Park boat launch ramps and related docks, as well as the entire reach of the Rotary Eco Park stream,” highlights the By-Law. Fishing is also prohibited at all times wit- hin 75meters of the same areas. Any indivi- dual convicted of a breach of themunicipal

rule, shall be imposed a fine. Only the General Manager of Planning, Parks and Recreation may allow fishing in the above stated areas, for a slew of reasons, such as scientific research, education or any other similar activities.

Des élèves de Cornwall visitent le Diefenbunker

Les cyclistes dans la mire des policiers


« Les bicyclettes sont parmi les plus petits véhicules sur la route. Il est donc important pour les cyclistes d›être aussi visibles que possible, a déclaré la police de Cornwall dans un communiqué de presse. Les vélos doivent avoir une lumière blanche et une lumière rouge à l›arrière. » De plus, les vêtements peuvent améliorer ou réduire la visibilité. Le jaune et le blanc ressortent mieux la nuit, tandis que les cou- leurs sombres sont difficiles à voir. « Les vélos sont des véhicules très silen- cieux. C’est pourquoi, selon la loi, tous les vélos doivent avoir une sonnette ou un klaxon pour annoncer leur approche. » Inscription des vélos L’inscription des vélos est un service offert par la police depuis plusieurs années. Mais, désormais, les cyclistes peuvent inscrire leur vélo dans le confort de leur maison. Le service est gratuit et offre aux policiers l’information nécessaire, dont le nom et l’adresse du propriétaire, afin de pouvoir retourner un vélo retrouvé.

Gare aux cyclistes qui n’adhèrent pas aux règlements routiers! Ce mois-ci, les poli- ciers de Cornwall concentrent leur atten- tion sur les bolides à deux roues, ainsi que leurs occupants. Selon le Code de la route de l’Ontario, un vélo est un véhicule. Ceci signifie donc que les cyclistes doivent obéir à toutes les lois de la circulation. « Les cyclistes qui enfreignent les lois de la circulation seront soumis à une amendeminimale, pouvons-nous lire sur le site Web de la police de Cornwall. » Selon cemême siteWeb, ne pas s’arrêter aux feux rouges et aux panneaux d›arrêt pourrait entraîner une amende de 85 $ alors que de ne pas s’arrêter lorsque les feux rouges d’un autobus scolaire clignotent pourrait entraîner une amende de 400 $. Mais, bien que les policiers se concentrent davantage sur les lois routières, ils veulent aussi promouvoir la sécurité des cyclistes.

Des élèves de l’École secondaire publique L’Héritage se sont rendus auDiefenbunker à Ottawa. Les sorties éducatives sont nombreuses au Baccalauréat International car elles mettent en contexte des apprentissages théoriques. De plus, les élèves de L›Héritage profitent des sites historiques de la capitale nationale! Le Diefenbunker, un bunker souterrain d’une superficie de 100 000 pieds carrés, a été conçu lors de la guerre froide. Il est nommé ainsi en hommage au Premier ministre de l’époque, John Diefenbaker.



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This recipe is a delicious way to add eggs and vegetables to your diet. Furthermore, it’s sure to fit your busy schedule because it takes only 10 minutes to prepare. INGREDIENTS: -1 l (4 cups) frozen mixed vegetables (to use fresh vegetables, blanch hard vegetables such as broccoli and car- rot before sautéing) -6 eggs -2 ml (1/2 tsp) each salt and dried basil -Pepper, to taste -30 ml (2 tbsp) vegetable oil -1 medium onion, sliced -2 cloves garlic, minced -250 ml (1 cup) shredded Cheddar or Swiss cheese

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METHOD: In medium saucepan, bring 500 ml (2 cups) salted water to boil. Add frozen vegetables and cover. When water returns to boil, drain veg- etables in a colander. Cut larger pieces of vegetable. Beat together eggs, salt, basil and pepper until just blended. Heat oil in 25 cm (10- inch) non-stick skillet over medium heat. Add onion and garlic. Sauté until onion is tender, about 3 min- utes. Add vegetables. Sauté until vegetables ar hot. Pour eggs over vegetables in skillet. Reduce heat to medium-low. Cover and cook until eggs are almost set. Sprinkle with chesse. Broil until cheese melts, about 1 minute. Serve with couscous.


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