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    FINISHED BATHROOMS SINCE 1963 Regie de btiment 2999862231 RUSSCO CANADA INC. 514- 484-2299 FINISHED BATHROOMS & BASEMENTS, SKYLIGHTS & FOUNDATION REPAIRS * Chimney Brick Pointing * Retaining Wall * Interior Painting * Unistone * Mfr. Windows * Doors * Gutters * Extensions * Aluminum Siding * Roof Shingles * Cement Walkway * Cement & Wood Balconies SPECIAL SENIORS DISCOUNTS FREE ESTIMATE FULLY LICENSED CITY EDITION HYUNDAI PRESTIGE By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban The board of directors and trustees of the YM-YWHA Montreal Jewish Community Centres voted Monday night to fully open the Westbury Avenue facility on Saturdays "as soon as is reasonable," it was revealed Tuesday. This means that everything will be open except the restaurant and the membership desk. In the last year, the Y was open on Saturdays, but the cardio room - which uses electricity and thus is prohibited for obser- WITH 0% UP TO 84 MONTHS!* For all your decorating needs QUEBEC'S LARGEST ENGLISH WEEKLY NEWSPAPER LIFESTYLES It all started with a cough Elliot Shatsky used to smoke. But although the 63year-old Montreal West resident quit back in 1977, he couldn't escape his past. Three years ago he was diagnosed with lung cancer. ? Page 19 GMAA SPORTS LCC tries for a beeping Guinness record Last Wednesday 443 elementary and secondary student of Lower Canada College took to the fields of LCC in an attempt to establish a new Guinness record for successfully completing the dreaded beep test. ? Page 44 TM The Hyundai names, logos, product names, feature names, images and slogans are trademarks owned by Hyundai Auto Canada Corp.* Annual purchase financing rate upon approval by Hyundai Financial Services on the 2010 Elantra L, 5-speed manual transmission, from $14,609. Financing example and actual terms and conditions on advertised offers: $14,609 at an annual rate of 0 % is equivalent to monthly payments of $159.00 for 84 months. Cash down required of $1,170. Cost of loan is $ 0 for a total obligation of $ 14,526.00. Fees of $ 115 (tire tax of $ 15 and air tax of $ 100), Delivery and Destination charges of $ 1,495 for the 2010 Elantra is included. Registration, insurance, license fees, RDPRM and applicable taxes are excluded from Purchase financing offers. An amount of $ 83 will be assumed by the dealer when purchasing the Accent L with manual transmission and Elantra L with manual transmission when financed for 84 months with the advertized offer. Fuel consumption for the 2010 Elantra L 5-speed (HWY 5.6L/100KM; CITY 7.8L/100KM) is based on EnerGuide fuel consumption ratings. Actual fuel efficiency may vary based on driving conditions and the addition of certain vehicle accessories. Fuel economy figures are used for comparison purposes only. Offers available for a limited time and subject to change or cancellation without notice. Dealer may sell for less. Inventory is limited, dealer order may be required. ??? See your dealer for eligible vehicles and full details of the Graduate Rebate Program. ?? Hyundai's Comprehensive Limited Warranty coverage covers most vehicle components against defects in workmanship under normal use and maintenance conditions.Picture for illustration purposes only. See Hyundai Prestige for details. 20% OFF WAJSMAN: THE 'FINISHED' CANADIAN, PAGE 17 SERVING: COTE ST LUC * HAMPSTEAD * TMR * MONTREAL WEST * ST-LAURENT * CHOMEDEY Mass celebrates canonization Cardinal Jean Claude Turcotte offers the sign of peace to Prime Minister Stephen Harper following the Mass at the Olympic Stadium on Oct. 30 to celebrate the canonization of Saint Andre Bessette, more commonly known as Frre Andr. YM-YWHA will fully open on Saturdays ? vant Jews to use on the Sabbath - was closed. This room will now be open. 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Crown lawyer Hlne Di Salvo had little to say to reporters Monday, other than she wanted a counter-opinion. Asked for reaction, Attar's lawyer Daniel Lighter said it was appropriate for DiSalvo to have made the request. "It's a murder case, after all," he said. "It's entirely appropriate for her to feel the need to at least have a counterexpertise. I'm quite confident it will come See YM-YWHA, page 2 See MURDER CASE, page 15 THE SUBURBAN'S THREE EDITIONS - CITY, WEST ISLAND AND EAST END - HAVE REACHED A TOTAL CIRCULATION OF 145,000 COPIES! ALAN HUSTAK PHOTOS 6435 Saint-Jacques West Montreal, corner Cavendish www.hyundaiprestige.com (514)252-7777

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    2 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 Around the Towns ALL ABOUT TEA Cte St. Luc's Eleanor London Library announced that a representative from DAVID's TEA will give a lecture Thursday, Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. "on the various taste nuances, health benefits, and esoteric history behind tea. There will also be a tea sampling. Tea is tasty and it's oh-so trendy. Find out more reasons to sip the drink you love," says the announcement. Tickets are $2 in advance and $4 on the day of the event. The library is at 5851 Cavendish Blvd. For more information, call 514-485-6900. NDG RIDING ASSOCIATION BRUNCH The federal Liberal riding association of Notre Dame de Grce-Lachine and MP Marlene Jennings will be hosting a brunch Saturday, Nov. 13. The brunch will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Montreal West Curling Club, 17 Ainslie Street in Montreal West. Tickets are available for $20 per person. Ms. Jennings and the riding association are looking forward to welcoming participants. FREE COMPOSTABLE BAGS IN CSL Cte St. Luc announced that residents "can put leaves and other garden waste directly in their brown bin or in compostable bags, but not in regular plastic bags. Bags are available at city hall (5801 Cavendish Blvd.) weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and at the Public Works Department (7001 Mackle Rd.) weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.," the announcement said. Proof of residency is required. Residents can also purchase additional compostable bags from Cte St. Luc or from retailers. The bags must be 100 percent compostable made from natural materials such as cornstarch or paper. For more information about compostable bags, visit www.cotesaintluc.org/brownbin. MOWEST SCOUTS BLOOD DRIVE A blood drive organized by Montreal West Scouts will take place from 2 p.m. - 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3 at St. Philip Anglican Church, 3400 Connaught. The objective is 85 donations. - Joel Goldenberg YM-YWHA Cont'd from page 1 have opened on Saturdays. Monday night's board vote followed a non-binding poll held over a week's time at the Y, asking members if they wanted the Y to be fully open or fully closed. Executive director Michael Crelinsten told The Suburban Tuesday that the poll result was 55 percent in favour of opening and 44.5 percent in favour of closing. "The board met Monday night and engaged in a twoand-a-half hour discussion on this issue," Crelinsten said. "Pretty much every conceivable point of view you can imagine was put on the table. There were those, for reasons of Jewish tradition, who were opposed [to opening] irrespective of the results of the poll. And there were those, for a whole range of issues, supported to some extent by the poll, which in the final analysis was an expression in favour of opening with a 10point spread, but who nevertheless felt, as some at the Y have felt for quite some time, that the Y has a responsibility as a Jewish community centre to be as open as possible to the broadest spectrum of the community as possible and to be as welcoming as possible. In the end, there was a vote and the position in favour of opening prevailed." Crelinsten said the opening "will come into effect as soon as is reasonable. There are a number of logistical considerations in terms of scheduling and staffing, but as soon as that can be arranged, we will open."n PAGE TWO CSL's scariest skaters The City of Cte Saint-Luc held a free skating party this past Sunday at the Samuel Moskovitch Arena. The afternoon event featured music, special effects, activities for children and prizes for the most creative costumes. Pictured are the winners of the costume contest, along with Councillor Allan J. Levine (back row, left) and Councillor Mitchell Brownstein (back row, 2nd from the right). Hampstead confronted on rejecting The Suburban By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban Former Hampstead councillor David Sternthal asked at Monday night's council meeting why the town administration pulled its public notices from The Suburban. Public notices include information about town bylaws and other matters of importance to residents. "Democracy is nothing without a paper," Sternthal, the former mayoral candidate, told the council. "Newspapers keep people informed. Why then, might I ask, has the town moved to pull all of its advertising from The Suburban? All the evidence points to the conclusion that this was done because the town was dissatisfied with the coverage. Why else would one pursue such a policy... and withdraw the advertisements from the paper? "In this respect, it is my belief that the town is punishing The Suburban for not reporting the news the way, perhaps, this council or town sees it," he added. "In so doing, I tell each of these councillors here that by adopting this attitude, the town has violated one of the fundamental Publisher: Michael Sochaczevski Associate Publisher: Sari Medicoff VP Business Development & Marketing: David Solomon Sales Manager: David Broadman Production Manager: Karen L. Cross Classified Manager: Charmaine Worrell Credit Manager: Carol Balinsky 7575 Trans-Canada Highway, Suite 105, St. Laurent, QC H4T 1V6 (514) 484-1107 (Fax) 484-9616 suburban@thesuburban.com www.thesuburban.com Some images and graphics Copyright 2009 Michael Publishing and its licensors. All rights reserved. tenets of democracy - freedom of the press. We may not always agree with the press, but in fact, I believe, withdrawing advertising arbitrarily seems to imply otherwise. If democracy is the will of the people, then a strong democracy can only be properly said to be the will of an informed people. So I ask you councillors, change the course, stand up against the authoritarian tendencies of this mayor and stop punishing The Suburban for doing what any good paper is supposed to do. Reporting the news as it sees fit. We may not always be happy with what we read, but if in fact, we're not allowed to read it, then a fundamental tenet that safeguards our freedoms is lost. Why has the council withdrawn the right of The Suburban, like any other paper, to receive the support of this town? It has served this town a long time. I have not always agreed with it, but at least I understand the value of a free press." Mayor William Steinberg replied that the councillors could answer Sternthal's question with one word. "Dollars," said councillor Harvey Shaffer. "Now I'll expand on that with another word, or two words," said Steinberg. "Seven thousand dollars." Editor-in-chief: Beryl Wajsman (editor@thesuburban.com) Associate Editor: Anthony Bonaparte (anthony@thesuburban.com) Sports Editor: Mark Lidbetter (sports@thesuburban.com) Editorial Staff: Joel Ceausu, Dan Delmar, Joel Goldenberg, Walter J. Lyng, P.A. Svigny, Samantha St. Jules, Kevin Woodhouse Sternthal did not accept this explanation. "It's funny, Mr. Mayor," Sternthal said. "The Suburban was here way before us. In our first term of office, The Suburban was present and there were other newspapers. It's funny, Mr. Mayor, that arbitrarily, the town withdraws its support of The Suburban. The Suburban serves the town as does the other newspaper by advising the citizens, by reporting the news, by keeping people abreast of what's happening. In my humble point of view, I don't think that fact changed in the last four years of our administration. Another paper did exist aside from The Suburban. Now, all of a sudden, in the fifth year of a mandate, we arbitrarily withdraw support of a paper? I find that strange." Steinberg said the town has a fiduciary responsibility "to get the best value for taxpayers' dollars. The new paper that came in said they could give us a much better rate, that we could save $7,000 a year by switching our advertising - public notices to the [other newspaper]. So we decided to do that, and there was at least one councillor who didn't want to do this..." "Two," said councillor Abe Gonshor.n Editorial Contributors: Maria I. Anelli, Sam Bick, Mike Cohen, Alex Di Pietro, Mitch Gallo, Ian Howarth, David Lisbona, Bernard Mendelman, Lisa K. Savage, Abby Schachter, Linda Zlatkin, Irene Chwalkowski, Ethan Gordon, Jenn Hardy, Elysha Krupp Photographers: Rob Amyot, Owain Harris, Andrew Soong, Rob Taussig CONTACT US via email: Letters: editor@thesuburban.com | Entertainment: entertainment@thesuburban.com | Features: anthony@thesuburban.com | Sports: sports@thesuburban.com | Community Events: calendar@thesuburban.com | Advertising material: production@thesuburban.com Publisher's liability for error: The publisher shall not be liable for slight changes or typographical errors that do not lessen the value of an advertisement. The publisher's liability for other errors or omissions in connection with any advertisement is strictly limited to publication of the advertisement in any subsequent issue or the refund of any monies paid for the advertisement. Entire Contents Copyright Michael Publishing Co. Inc., Wednesday, November 3, 2010 COURTESY CITY OF COTE SAINT-LUC

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    NEWS AND ANALYSIS Fatah challenges Islamic extremists By Dan Delmar The Suburban Religious extremism in Islam, Tarek Fatah says, is a "disease that is affecting us to the point that we're becoming insane with our hatred. I wanted to investigate what is the root cause of the hatred of the Jews." Born in Karachi, Pakistan, Fatah is the founder of the Muslim Canadian Congress and the author of the justreleased "The Jew is Not My Enemy: Unveiling the Myths that Fuel Muslim anti-Semitism." His book tour included two stops in Montreal last week, including one at Cte St. Luc's Beth Israel Beth Aaron Synagogue. An outspoken critic of radicals in Islam, Fatah is no stranger to controversy. He has been criticized by many Muslim leaders for his opposition to the planned Mosque and community centre to be built near "Ground Zero" in New York City; he also went after Islamists - those who support the incorporation of Islam into the political system - with his first book, "Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State." "The force of his message is first and foremost important to Muslims because many of the moderate voices have been silenced," said Rabbi By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban St. Laurent mayor Alan DeSousa urged local industries last week to earn environmental certifications through measures that conform with sustainable development "to face the economic challenges of the future." DeSousa, speaking last week to a luncheon of the St. Laurent Chamber of Commerce, spoke about Montreal's 2010-2015 sustainable development strategic plan, which was launched Oct. 12. He said the goals of the plan, in relation to economic development, included making Montreal a North American leader by 2020 in terms of industries using clean technolo- (except civic days & holidays) Reuben Poupko, who invited Fatah to speak last Wednesday. He hopes more prominent figures in the Muslim community will speak out against hate speech. "I'm sure this is just the beginning and not just an isolated case." Writing this latest book "has been a long journey for me," Fatah told the Congregation. He spoke of the ties between Jews and Muslims during World War II; Mosques in Paris would shelter Jewish children from Nazis, he said, and hundreds of thousands of Muslims fought in the war as well. He described a pamphlet that was distributed within the Muslim community during the Holocaust encouraging families to help Jews whenever possible. "They are our brothers," it read, "with children like our own." But in just a period of decades, Fatah said, examples of Muslim- Jewish collaboration have all but vanished. He contrasted the generosity of Parisian Muslims in the 1940s with some of the messages being sent to Muslims worldwide today on television. On one Egyptian program, Fatah explained to the audience of some 300, a seven-year-old boy wishes that Allah would "destroy and torment the Jews with a disease with no cure...to turn their women gies and helping the environment; and also by 2020, increasing the amount of industries with environmental certifications or which adhere to voluntary environmental programs by 30 percent. "Rigorous environmental management by companies is not a matter of image," said DeSousa, who is also vice-president of the Montreal executive committee. "It is a vital issue. Obtaining environmental certification can give companies a considerable economic advantage, as large job providers and consumers are increasingly demanding on this point." 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DeSousa told the luncheon that despite the economic crisis of 2008 and 2009, Montreal was only bettered by Dallas in North America in terms of minimal loss of employment. "In more specialized sectors, such as natural and applied science, there was a growth of more than three percent employment in 2009, while Toronto and Vancouver saw drops of nine and 10 percent. These figures show that, despite the uncertainty, we are succeeding thanks to the quality and diversity of the Montreal economy."n Groups and tour buses welcome! FREE for children 2 years old and younger (1 child per adult) 100 choices LUNCH BUFFET $ 7 49 Monday to Friday 11 am to 3 pm WOW DEALS OF THE WEEK... GROUP RATES - SAVE UP TO $1160 PER COUPLE 1 WEEK ALL INCLUSIVE November Varadero $499 Puerto Plata $589 Fort Lauderdale Flight Only Nov. 6 $399 CRUISES SUPER DEAL - 4 CABINS LEFT!!! Itinerary: Miami, Cozumel, At Sea, Grand Cayman, Ocho Rios, At Sea, Miami Includes: flight, inside cabin, transfers and ALL TAXES. 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    4 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 CSSS CAVENDISH PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION www.cssscavendish.qc.ca To give you an indication of how much in demand author Sara Shepard is, the Jewish Public Library booked her one year in advance to be their special guest speaker on Sunday, Nov. 14 (7 p.m.) for their sixth annual Girls' Night Out at the Gelber Conference Centre, 5151 Cte Ste. Catherine Road. Why all of the fuss? Shepard happens to be the author of a spectacular book series called Pretty Little Liars, which has now morphed into an equally popular television series by the same name shown on MuchMusic here in Canada. Pretty Little Monday, November 15, 2010 at 5:00pm cole Les-Enfants-du-Monde 5350 Rosedale Avenue Followed by workshops on school readiness Come play with your children and enrich your knowledge about their development to better prepare them for school. Cognitive development Fine motor skills Language Lifestyle habits Gross motor skills Social skills Everyone is welcome! INFORMATION: 514-484-7878, #2209 FRUITERIE GREEN CANADIAN * Farm Fresh Fruits & Vegetables * Cheese * Dairy Products * Nuts * Bread * Grocery & Kosher Grocery NEWS & ANALYSIS Montreal-bound Pretty Little Liars author shares secrets Mike Cohen Liars is considered the teen version of Desperate Housewives, a mystery that keeps girls up late with their flashlights. Her latest venture is a new series called The Lying Game, which deals with identical sisters separated at birth and one assuming the other's identity. In conversation with me last week from her home just outside of Philadelphia she confided that this too is headed for television. But back to Pretty Little Liars. Before talking to Shepard I went on to the prettylittleliars.com website and then to YouTube, where I watched much of the first riveting season. It follows the lives of four high school girls whose clique falls apart after the disappearance of their leader, Alison. Three years later, they begin receiving various messages from Parqueterie Floor unfinished, 6"x6" Maple $1.50 sq/ft. Birch $1.50 sq/ft. White Oak $1.65 sq/ft. Floating Floor AC3, 12mm, choice of 10 colours $1.69 sq/ft. AC4, 10mm, choice of 18 colours $1.99 sq/ft. Prefinished Birch Contractor Grade 3"x3/4", choice of 3 colours $3.75 sq/ft. someone using the name "A" who threatens to expose their secrets - including long-hidden ones they thought only Alison knew. There is also a scandalous affair between lead character Aria and her English teacher. The TV series was such a ratings blockbuster that rather than waiting for season two next summer, 12 additional freshman episodes were rushed into production and will hit the tube beginning in January. Shepard, 33, says the eight book series has sold more than two million copies and while that was supposed to be the end of it, here is a scoop she shared with me. "I have kicked around a few ideas of how I could continue the series," she revealed. "Yes, I SPECIAL PRICE Exotic Wood I.P.E. Prefinished 3"x3/4" $5.60 sq/ft. Cumaru Prefinished 3"x3/4" $4.95 sq/ft. Cabreuva Prefinished 3"x3/4" $6.45 sq/ft. Sucupira Pretta Prefinished 4"x3/4" $5.35 sq/ft. Jatoba Prefinished 3"x3/4" $4.95 sq/ft. See COHEN, page 10 WAREHOUSE SALE INTERAC Open 6444 Somerled ACCEPTED (near Cavendish) 514-482-4774 Specials valid until November 7, 2010 while quantities last. 99 lb. 49 lb. 79 lb. Monday-Saturday 8:30 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Sunday 8:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 2/ 99 99 49 lb. ea. 79 lb. WOW! 1 69 ea. 2 19 2 ea. 59 99 lb. bunch 59 lb. 69 lb. 3 99 lb. 99 BANANAS $1.08 kg AVOCADOES HONEY TANGERINES $1.74 kg CORTLAND APPLES $1.08 kg RED SEEDLESS GRAPES $2.18 kg NAVEL ORANGES Size 88 REGULAR TOMATOES $1.52 kg KIRBY CUCUMBERS $1.74 kg 10/ 99 2 EGGPLANT 1.52 kg 69 lb. BROCCOLI SWEET POTATOES $1.30 kg PITTED OR UNPITTED PRUNES $5.70 kg LARGE NATURAL ALMONDS $8.80 kg BAGELS Pkg of 6 LIBERTY OR ASTRO PLAIN YOGURT 750 ml LIBERTY LEMON CITRUS YOGURT 750 ml LIBERTY CREAM CHEESE 250 g ea.

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    THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 * 5

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    6 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 ENDIVES Pr. of Belgium $4.39 kg 1 99 1 99 3 15 3 15 LB. 89 EA. ULKER WAFER COOKIES Vanilla or Hazelnut 260 g 89 8 99 8 99 EA. 3 25 3 25 EA. 4601, blvd. Des Sources Dollard-des-Ormeaux 514-685-5050 www.adonisproducts.com FRESH FISH IF WEATHER PERMITS WILD PINK SHRIMP SUPER SPECIALS VALID: NOVEMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2010 FRUITS & VEGETABLES YELLOW OR RED PEPPERS MUSHROOMS 227 g Cello pkg AVOCADOS Size 20 BLUEBERRIES In Basket 6 78 6 78 LB. 5 69 5 69 LB. 2001 Sauv W. (corner l'Acadie) 514-382-8606 7 99 7 99 EA. BAKERY SUN-MAID CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD ROTISSERIE PLATE OF CHICKEN SHISH TAOUK OR BEEF SHAWARMA EA. FROZEN CEDAR FROZEN CHOPPED CORIANDER 2 UNIVERSAL GROCERY 99 2 99 EA. 1 69 1 69 LB. 3 LB. DAOUD BROTHERS MAAMOUL DATES 600 g WASA CRISPBREAD 250 g - 310 g WOW Assorted CEDAR MINI ORIENTAL SESAME CRACKERS 454 g 25 3 25 LB. 7 69 7 69 LB. NAYA NATURAL SPRING WATER 12x1.5L WOW 2 99 2 99 EA. 1 49 1 49 EA. 705, blvd. Cur-Labelle (between Samson & Notre-Dame) CHOMEDEY, LAVAL 450-978-2333 OPENING HOURS: Monday - Tuesday & Wednesday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Thursdays & Fridays 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturdays 8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Sundays 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. DELICATESSEN & CHEESE OUR FRIDGE 4 99 4 99 5 LB. 44 5 44 LB. 1 99 1 99 EA. 5 99 5 99 LB. 99 PORCHETTA $11.99 kg EA. EA. 1 99 1 99 LB. 99 EA. STRONG CHEDDAR CHEESE $10.99 kg LACTANTIA MARGARINE Salted or Semi-Salted 850 g SILANI SHREDDED MOZZARELLA CHEESE 500 g BLACK FOREST HAM $6.95 kg EDAM BALL CHEESE $14.95 kg WOW LACTANTIA 5% CREMETTE OR 10% COFFEE CREAM OR 15% COOKING CREAM 500 ml KRAFT PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE Regular or Light 400 g FRESH BLUE FISH Cleaned $3.72 kg 1 69 1 69 LB. DUNA or DAIA ALGERIAN DATES 250 g 79 MAMA ROSA POMACE OIL 3 L WOW EA. 79 GENERAL MILLS CEREAL REESE PUFFS 365 g or LUCKY CHARMS 330 g POTATOES 10 lb. bag Pr. of Quebec 99 Pr. of Spain $4.39 kg DOUBLE CREAM BULGARIAN FETA CHEESE $12.54 kg Uncleaned $3.06 kg 1 39 1 39 LB. Pr. of Argentina $8.79 kg 3 99 3 99 1 99 1 99 EA. Pr. of Canada 99 SAPUTO MINI FRIULANO CHEESE 625 g DEL MONTE MINI FRUIT TWISTS 6x18 g Assorted 2/ 4 00 BIANCONI PASTA 500 g Special cut pasta Pr. of Italy 99 WOW EA. NATURA SOY OR RICE BEVERAGE 946 ml Assorted 99 WOW Pr. of Mexico 2/ 1 00 1 49 1 49 EA. QUAKER GRANOLA BARS 156-187 g Selected products only 2 25 2 25 EA. CEDAR MIXED NUTS 454 g 3 99 3 99 EA. LOUTRAKI NATURAL MINERAL WATER 330 ml 3/ 99 4 69 4 69 EA. YOPLAIT YOGURT TUBES 8x60 g Assorted 2/ 4 00 WOW Pr. of Argentina 450 g 3/ 5 00 We reserve the right to limit quantities* or while quantities last. Pictures are for illustration pu rposes only. 3100 blvd. Thimens Place Vertu, St-Laurent 514-904-6789 CEDAR FROZEN COLCACIA 375 g 79 EA. PILLSBURY TOASTER STRUDEL 326 g Assorted 79 2 25 2 25 EA. CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS $3.29 kg 1 49 1 49 LB. KING ROAST $7.16 kg 3/ 1 00 69 EA. CEDAR DRIED BANANAS 175 g FRESH MEAT 4 99 4 99 EA. CEDAR MUSHROOM PIECES & STEMS 284 ml 69 89 EA. ZIPLOC SANDWICH BAGS 100 per pkg. 89 PINK RUBY GRAPEFRUIT 3 19 3 19 EA. Small Size Pr. of U.S.A. WOW SERVED WITH FATOUCH SALAD AND A CHOICE OF POTATOES OR RICE 5 99 5 99 EA. HONEYDEW MELONS Size 6 Pr. of U.S.A. 1 99 1 99 250 g 2/ 1 00 BLUE TIDE BASSA FILETS 3-5 oz. 907 g 8 49 8 49 5 EA. 99 5 99 EA. GROUND BEEF $5.49 kg 2 49 2 49 LB. MILK-FED VEAL CUTLETS $16.95 kg 2 49 2 49 EA. CEDAR TOMATO PASTE 156 ml 39 EA. CHRISTIE SNAK PAKS 6X30 g Assorted 39 2/ 4 00 PERSIL LAUNDRY DETERGENT 2 kg box Assorted WOW 6 49 6 49 EA. NEW! MEAT & CHICKEN KOSHER DEPARTMENT

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    NEWS & ANALYSIS Lachine sends legal warning to MoWest By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban The borough of Lachine has passed resolutions calling on Montreal West to remove its sidewalk barrier at Des rables in Lachine and Broughton, in the area known as Devil's Hill, and has sent a legal warning (mis-en-demeure) holding the town responsible if anything happens to residents as a result of the barrier. Lachine mayor Claude Dauphin told The Suburban that he has had a legal firm looking at the situation, as Montreal's emergency services (fire and police departments) does not approve of the sidewalk. Dauphin said Friday that Lachine is meeting with local resident representatives this week to discuss the situation. "We will discuss with them what kind of recourse we could take if there is anything legally we can do," Dauphin said. The sidewalk was built because of complaints to Montreal West that motorists were ignoring the signs prohibiting access between the two areas. Montreal West erected the barrier because of complaints many motorists were speeding through quiet town streets, but some Lachine residents who oppose it claim it is a matter of class differences between the two areas. Lachine, through Montreal, challenged the barrier in court, but Montreal West won. Lachine passed several resolutions at its Oct. 18 meeting. One calls on Montreal West to "immediately remove this sidewalk installed... contrary to the FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1940 1 Westmount Square Westmount (Greene Ave.) 514-934-3353 Citywide Pick-Up & Delivery * Home or Office 7 70th 0th Anniversary Special A SPOTLESS REPUTATION MEGAPLANT: 2655 Bates Rd. (corner Wilderton/Jean Talon & Canora) FOR PICK-UP SERVICE agreement reached between the municipalities as referred to in the Nov. 12, 2009 decision by the Court of Appeal... until such time as the emergency services concerned have agreed to the installation of a proper device that meets the road safety requirements for all users." Lachine's resolution also refers to a Sept. 30, 2009 Montreal West resolution, saying that "the installation of new physical devices (other than the signposting already in place) on the roadway of Broughton Road, intended to restrict access except for only emergency vehicles or emergency situations, must have the prior agreement of the emergency services concerned, in particular the [fire department of the City of] Montreal." A second Lachine resolution authorizes the hiring of the law firm Dufresne Hbert Comeau, for $30,000, to "examine and report to the borough administration and prepare, as the case may be, any useful legal procedures toward obtaining observance of the agreement concluded between the Town of Montreal West and Montreal." A third resolution says that if the sidewalk is not removed, Montreal would hold Montreal West "entirely responsible" for all direct or indirect damages, "particularly damage caused to its citizens who, in an emergency situation, would be victims of a delayed emergency response and all other damage caused to Montreal employees." The legal warning was sent to Montreal West to this effect. NEW STORE See WARNING, page 18 SAVE! PAY 70% OF THE RETAIL PRICE FOR DRY CLEANING OR LAUNDERING OF ANYTHING! 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    8 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 Come meet our veterans November 11 from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Guest speaker invited. "Honour" Book available in our residences Chartwell is proud to publish Honour, a book commemorating Canada's World War II veterans. Discover captivating stories and pictures taken by the renowned photographer Yuri Dojc. Price : $10 (taxes included)* *Net proceeds are being donated to organizations committed to the rememberance of veterans. 514 487-5664 5740 Cavendish Blvd., Cte Saint-Luc www.chartwellquebec.ca NEWS & ANALYSIS 'Our spiritual home has been violated!' Act of vandalism could deliver death knell to Chomedey synagogue By Mike Cohen The Suburban The Young Israel of Chomedey Congregation is facing a major financial crisis in the wake of acts of vandalism which could costs several hundred thousand dollars to repair. According to information obtained by The Suburban, on Oct. 6 vandals took the synagogue's garden hose, placed it in the oil pipe, and let it run all night. As a result, 3,200 litres of water forced all 2,300 litres of oil out of the tanks and onto the back lawn. The synagogue now has an extensive area of contaminated soil that must be cleaned up quickly before it spreads. Insurance will only cover a maximum claim of $25, 000 for polluted soil. The bill is already at $85,000 and climbing. Synagogue president Frank Cwilich worries that if the oil has penetrated under the building's foundation, the cost to conduct repairs would be well beyond their budgetary means. Soil testing is taking place this week. Just more than a year ago the synagogue celebrated its 50th anniversary. Family membership hit a peak of 800 in the 1970s, but has dwindled to 150. Cwilich says that the police suspect the vandals were simply young pranksters. Because ADVERTISING FEATURE Get into your best shape ever One on One High Performance Studio By Linda Zlatkin The Suburban If you're looking for a complete body workout, look no further than the newly renovated One on One High Performance Studio. The gym, located in the Town of Mount Royal, is equipped with kickboxing and cardio equipment, weights, stability balls, skipping ropes and a full size boxing ring. To get results, every One on One member is given a game plan. "Everyone wants to see results, and when they do, the rest takes care of itself," says head trainer Steve Sladden, whose specialty is Muay Thai / Thai Boxing. "Clients become more motivated and improve - especially when they choose an activity they like." Choices include kickboxing, Muay Thai / Thai Boxing, powerspin, yoga, bodypump and more. And you have the choice between private personal training and group sessions. Everyone gets a free consultation where you'll be asked about your health and your goals. Weight and measurements are taken so you can see how far you've progressed, a personalized program is set up and nutritional advice is available, too. "A lot of my clients have lost an enormous amount of weight through Muay Thai / Thai Boxing," says Sladden. "They've improved their muscle tone and strengthened their ROB TAUSSIG PHOTOS there weren't any notes or graffiti, it cannot even be considered an anti-Semitic act. But board member Larry Rosenthal is not so sure. "It is too early to state that what happened is not a hate crime?" he asks. "Our spiritual home has been violated! We cannot rest until the perpetrators are charged and punished." Cwilich said steps have been taken to protect the synagogue from facing "this despicable act of vandalism again, including the placement of a lock on the gas tank, but, obviously, considerable financial damage has already been done." The synagogue executive is currently reviewing several options to reduce operating costs greatly and to propose potential fund raising programs that could help offset some of the enormous costs that they are now facing. "There will significant changes as to how we operate our building," Cwilich noted in a message sent to members last weekend. "We hope you understand that we will be facing tough decisions in both the immediate and long range future, if we are to overcome this devastating, irresponsible and cowardly act. We will be seeking assistance from our political representatives and from the Jewish community in Montreal." A full membership emergency meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. n abs." The class is open to people of all ages - including teens. "It's a great form of discipline, a great way to stay in shape as well as a way to let out all your energy and frustrations," he adds. 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    NEWS & ANALYSIS JGH moving forward on Alzheimer's By Dan Delmar The Suburban Researchers at the Jewish General Hospital say they're getting closer to finding out what causes Alzheimer's disease and finding better ways to obtain a more accurate diagnosis. The findings were unveiled last week at the JGH's Lady Davis Institute for Medical research (LDI). Dr. Howard Chertkow, director of the Bloomfield Centre for Research in Aging at the LDI, is excited that so much progress is being made here in Montreal. The question is, he said, "can we make the diagnosis of Alzheimer's earlier? The therapies will be much more effective if diagnosed early." Chertkow is optimistic that positron emission technology (PET) scans will be an important tool in finding the degenerative neurological disease before symptoms even occur. Along with colleagues at the Montreal Neurological Institute, JGH researchers have become the first in Canada to "successfully test the new diagnostic procedure." The JGH research team explained the procedure: "In PET imaging, a radioactive isotope called Pittsburgh B Compound (PiB) is injected into the patient's bloodstream and NOW OPEN IN THE COTE ST. LUC SHOPPING CENTER NOW OPEN IN THE COTE ST. LUC SHOPPING CENTER New Giftware Just Arrived at Cte-St-Luc store! Portmeirion Giftware Natchman Crystal and more!!! Caplan Duval LINEN CLEARANCE SALE Memory Foam Pillows from $14.99 Sheet Sets from $12.99 High End Bamboo Towels Bath $10.99 Window Panels from $ 0 6.99 Coral Fleece Blankets Queen Size $14.99 Synthetic Duvets from $24.99 Dinner Set , Service for 4 from $19.99 4 piece Comforter Sets from $24.99 500 Thread Count Cotton Sheet Sets from $54.99 High End Duvet Covers from $49.99 And much, much more! Caplan-Duval Warehouse Store Plaza Cte-des-Neiges Lower Level is taken up in the brain by an abnormal amyloid protein known to be associated with Alzheimer's. PET scans can then detect this protein in minute quantities." Experiments with PET on Alzheimer's patients have shown that nearly all who were scanned had a positive reading; of those with "mild cognitive impairment," roughly twothirds were positive. Chertkow believes these "biomarkers" will identify those who have Alzheimer's at a very early stage. "It's not perfect. A couple of people came out negative. We are getting some normal individuals who have this protein in the brain. Are they going to develop Alzheimer's in five, 10 or 20 years? That's a good possibility, but we don't know when." "This new testing gives us specificity - we can distinguish Alzheimer's from other dementia," Chertkow added. Researchers at the Bloomfield Centre at the LDI have also identified an enzyme called Caspase-6 which they believe could be a root cause of Alzheimer's. Previously, other researchers had labeled the enzyme as a consequence of the disease rather than a possible cause. It has been found in elderly patients who had not been diagnosed with See ALZHEIMER'S, page 18 Cte-St-Luc Shopping Center 514-482-1159 NOW OPEN IN THE COTE ST. LUC SHOPPING CENTER NOW OPEN IN THE COTE ST. LUC SHOPPING CENTER www.IGA.net YOUR HOME FOR BETTER QUALITY WITH ALL YOUR FAVOURITE SERVICES WACKY MAC MACARONI AND CHEESE DINNER 156 g OSEM MINI SOUP CROUTONS 400 g MANAMIN WAFERS 200 g 79 KEDEM GRAPE JUICE 650 mL 2. SNAPPY SNAX CORN CHIPS 312 g 1. HOALAM SHREDDED PIZZA CHEESE 227 g 2. HOALAM KOSHER AMERICAN CHEESE 1.36 kg (108 slices) 14. 99 29 29 99 99 FRESHNESS + VARIETY FRUITS + VEGETABLES CLEMENTINES From Morocco or Spain 2.27 kg Grade no 1 Size 12 WHITE CAULIFLOWER From U.S. Ea. 2. 29 4. 99 1. 99 FROM NOVEMBER 4 TO 10, 2010 PROUD SPONSORS OF THE MARCH TO JERUSALEM Our supermarkets carry Glatt's and Continental Kosher fresh meat and delicatessen products. FRESH FISH * SEAFOOD * BBQ CHICKEN BUFFET SERVICE * BAKERY * CHEESE VARIETY SUPERMARCH PAGANO SHNAIDMAN INC. 7151 Cte St-Luc Rd., Montral Tel. 514-486-3254 FRESH STEWING BEEF 19. 38 /kg RIB ROAST OR STEAK 20. 92 /kg ASSORTED COOKED MEAT 125 g LEAN GROUND BEEF BOLOGNA VEAL SHOULDER STEAK Tray pack QUARTER CHICKEN SUPERMARCH VAN HORNE 4885 Van Horne St., Montral Tel. 514-731-8336 27. 97 8. 79 /lb 9. 49 /lb 13. 87 /kg 9. 90 1. 99 12. 69 4. 49 6. /kg /lb 29 /lb /kg /lb 6. 37 /kg 2. 89 /lb LES ALIMENTATIONS SHNAIDMAN PAGANO INC. 5800 Cavendish Blvd., Cte St-Luc Tel. 514-482-4710 DELIVERY SERVICE AVAILABLE CAR ORDER SERVICE ANYTIME * Certification mark of IGA Canada ltd. These Kosher specials are available at participating IGA supermarkets only. We reserve the right to limit quantities. No sales to retailers. The AIR MILES Reward Program is available at Qubec participating IGA stores only. Trademark of AIR MILES International Trading B.V. Used under licence by LoyaltyOne, Inc. and Sobeys Qubec inc. THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 * 9

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    Shield of Athena art auction Sunday By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban Shield of Athena Family Services is holding its 17th Annual Art Auction Sunday Nov. 7 at March Bonsecours, 350 St. Paul. Shield of Athena was founded in 1991 REMEMBRANCE DAY A SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE PAGE A tribute to War Heroes of the past and present Remember the veterans in your family by placing a message on The Suburban's Remembrance Day Page on Wednesday, November 10. Choose from either format shown. Reservation Deadline: Friday, November 5, 2010 at 3 p.m. Please note that all ads must be prepaid. PICTURE OR GRAPHIC Charles Gordon Veteran - WWII, Royal Canadian Air Force We remember you with such great pride. You are our hero and always will be. Love never dies. Lynn, Philip, Debbie & Kevin SAMPLE A (with photo) Cost of Sample A: $50* Charles Gordon Veteran - WWII, Royal Canadian Air Force We remember you with such great pride. You are our hero and always will be. Love never dies. Lynn, Philip, Debbie & Kevin SAMPLE B (text only) Cost of Sample B: $20* 514-484-3525 classified@thesuburban.com 10 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2010 NEWS & ANALYSIS 1x40 * plus applicable taxes and serves numerous cultural and linguistic communities, helping victims of domestic abuse and raising awareness of the issue. According to an announcement by the organization, this year's event "includes a special tribute to John and Linda Ciolfi from Suzy Shier, loyal and long-standing supporters of the Shield of Athena." "Suzy Shier is an excellent model for the rest of the fashion industry on how they can directly assist victims of abuse through ongoing donations of new clothing that fosters a greater self esteem in women and children," says Sophie Grgoire Trudeau, the event's honourary chairperson. As was the case in previous years, artwork done by children who have been exposed to domestic violence will be on display at the auction. "These pieces are a heartrending, artis- COHEN Cont'd from page 4 have a feeling there will be more. The TV series I think has created that demand." Regarding the four female characters, Shepard says she is most like Aria. "I mean I think I'm most like all of them," she says. "When I wrote them there was a little bit of me in all of them. As far as what I was like in high school, I didn't have an affair with a teacher, but Aria is kind of artsy. She's kind of not really interested in being popular and she just wants to be herself. I think at least the last couple of years in high school I was a lot like that." General admission tickets are $25 and available in advance only while patrons can get to meet the author in person at a pre-show dinner. Info: 514-345-2627, ext. 3042 or log on to www.jewishpubliclibrary.org. tic testimony to the sad and frightful reality of the children who have stayed at the shelter or received services at the centres," say organizers. As well, 32 local and international artists created the artwork that will be up for auction. There will also be a cocktail, silent auction and a door prize. Sponsors include Plante Mobile, Suzy Shier, Sir Winston Churchill Pub, Tom and Gwen Nacos, Bton Rouge, Victoria Park, City of Montreal, Elounda, Immigration et Communauts culturelles Quebec, Pearl Eliadis, Paul Kamateros C.A, Kounadis Perreault Avocat, Madisons New York Grill & Bar, Omnitrans, Philoptochos Chapters, Ste Rose-Honda, Tzanet Odyssey Group and Urgel Bourgie. Tickets are $50 - with a tax receipt for $20. For more information or for tickets, call Polly Tsonis at 514-274-8117 or e-mail at info@bouclierdathena.ca n No Conviction: Why is a movie certain to be nominated for an Academy Award playing at so few theatres in Montreal? You can only see Conviction, starring Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell, at the AMC Forum downtown and Kirkland, as well in Laval or on the South Shore. It has been generating big crowds at the AMC, as I witnessed last weekend. Rockwell, who plays a man convicted of murder, has a Montreal connection. He shot the movie Confessions of a Dangerous Mind here. Stephanie Update: It was a close call for Montrealer Stephanie Castagnier on last week's episode of The Apprentice, as some her teammates turned on her. "They set me up to get fired and Donald Trump was led right to me," she said, relieved that she is still in the running. Item of interest? e-mail mcohen@thesuburban.com or call 514-484-1107, ext. 307. Please follow me on twitter at www.twitter.com/mikecohencsl.n

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