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    DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP SINCE 1963 2010 DODGE JOURNEY JOURNEY * A/C * AUTOMATIC * POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS * ABS BRAKES + $ 300 SERVICE CREDIT LIFESTYLES Bonding, and sweating, with baby There are numerous reasons for new moms to exercise regularly. Some women are motivated by the thought of getting back the body they had 10 months earlier. ‰ Page 19 GMAA SPORTS Rennie doubles QAA The GMAA juvenile girls division 3A hockey league opened with the John Rennie High School Tigers claiming a 4-2 win over Queen of Angels Academy last Wednesday at Bob Birnie Arena in Pointe Claire. ‰ Page 49 $ $ 17,995 17,995 CITY EDITION *PLUS TAXES. PHOTO FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSE ONLY. 3400 SOURCES BLVD., D.D.O. WWW.DESSOURCES.COM By Beryl Wajsman, Editor The Suburban Judges of Quebec's Court of Appeal took a page out of the Supreme Court's playbook and declared that Quebec was violating Charter Rights in another area of law, and like their Ottawa colleagues gave the government a year to make things right. 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SEVIGNY NOVEMBER 10, 2010 1ST PLACE WINNER FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE IN SNA'S NORTH AMERICAN AWARDS. Montreal drivers face new tax By Dan Delmar The Suburban A new tax of some sort is coming for drivers simply because they live in Montreal and own a car, mayor Gérald Tremblay announced last week at city hall. Montrealers have been paying $30 more than most other Quebecers when registering their vehicles with the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ); the money is used to fund public transit. Under a new plan, the city would take charge of the extra revenue generated from an increased registration fee and use it to fund the STM. According to La Presse, if the fee were doubled to $60, the roughly 900,000 drivers in Montreal would hand over a total of nearly $27 million to the transit authority. Tremblay said he would use the new funding for, among other things, improving service and adding Métro stops and train service to the West Island and East End. "I want to accomplish these projects as soon as possible," Tremblay said. "We need new sources of revenue." Tremblay didn't go into specifics about how the new tax would be applied or how much it would cost drivers. He said that the revenue generated would ensure a healthier public transit system for years

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    2 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 Around the Towns CSL LIBRARY SUN YOUTH FOOD DRIVE Côte St. Luc's Eleanor London Library will be having a food drive in support of Sun Youth, says an announcement. "The drop-off box is inside the library entrance. Nonperishable items are requested. Items may include soups, canned fish, canned vegetables, baby products (diapers etc.) hygiene products, pet food etc., but no used toys. The food drive will commence on Nov.15 and will continue through Dec. 14. The library is located at 5851 Cavendish. For more information, call Gloria Caplan at 514-485-6900, ext. 4207 or e-mail gcaplan@cotesaintluc.org. MILESTONE FOR CSL RECREATION DIRECTOR David Taveroff, director of Côte St. Luc's Parks and Recreation Department officiated his 1,000th game in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) on Sunday, Oct.17 in Verdun, says a city announcement. "We are proud of David's accomplishment at the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League," Mayor Anthony Housefather said. "David's love of sports and his ability to inspire respect from players and coaches help explain why he is so effective in his day job with the city." "People who know me, know how much I love sports in general and hockey in particular," said Taveroff, who joined Côte St. Luc in 2002. "Officiating games across Quebec, the Maritime provinces, and Maine has put a lot of kilometres on my car, but rewarded me ten-fold with lifelong friends and wonderful memories." MOWEST FLU VACCINE REMINDER Montreal West announced that the CSSS will be giving flu vaccines at the Town Hall Music Room, on Monday, Nov. 22, 2010 between 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The vaccine is free for all those who qualify: Age 60 years and over; babies aged 6 - 23months; anyone under 60 years with a chronic illness and anyone who comes into contact with the above mentioned clientele. A Medicare card is obligatory. For more information call CSSS at 514-484-7878. MOWEST LEAF COLLECTION Montreal West announced that a leaf collection will take place Nov. 12. "Please note that the Public Works Department will be collecting leaves in bags," says a town advisory. "They must be placed out for collection in front of your property prior to 7 a.m." For more information, call public works at 514-485-8597. - JG RICHLER PETITION To mark the 10th anniversary of renowned Montreal writer Mordecai Richler's death, city councillor Marvin Rotrand and Cote des Neiges- NDG mayor Michael Applebaum are pushing for some sort of tribute. They have launched an online petition and Rotrand told The Suburban that he has asked the city's Toponymy Commission to discuss an appropriate homage. The pair argue that Richler's "exceptional contribution to Canadian literature" is worthy of the city's recognition; Mario Beaulieu of the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste disagrees and called Richler an "anti-Quebec racist." Rotrand and Applebaum will present their petition before city council on Dec. 14. It can be found online here: www.gopetition.com/petition/40303.html - DD. PAGE TWO Sunset ceremony honors vets By P.A. Sévigny The Suburban Eighty-six years and nearly three generations after Gunner Yves Michaud was laid to rest in the Notre Dame des Neiges cemetery's Field of Honour, a young officer-cadet from the Armed Force's Leadership and Recruit School stood at attention behind his grave as almost 200 people, including at least three generations of veterans, took part in the candlelight ceremony held to honor the nation's veterans. "This evening," said Veteran Affairs Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn, "we have gathered to remember the men and the women who gave their lives in the name of Canada's freedom, its democracy, its human rights and its peace." During Blackburn's short but eloquent speech, the minister made a special point of mentioning Canadian soldiers and their By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban The YM-YWHA held its annual Remembrance Day ceremony Sunday, to pay tribute to Canadians who have fallen in the two world wars, Korea and Afghanistan. As is the tradition, candles were lit in tribute to the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust, families of soldiers who died in past wars, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 97, B'nai Brith Canada's Maple Leaf Lodge, Israeli war veterans, the families of Canadian who served in World War II and Y athletes who fell while serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. The latter was the focus of Sunday's ceremony. Former Y athletes Charles Abelson, Horace Baittle, Ben Hockenstein, Danny Titleman and Samuel Zareikin were inducted posthumously into the YM-YWHA Alex Dworkin Montreal Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Mike Barkun, chairman of the hall of fame committee, credited Manny Shacter and Richard Davine with suggesting the honour for the five athletes. "Each one of the five inductees were top ranking athletes who, before having attained their full potential, died with so many others 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. recent experience in Afghanistan as yet another example of the courage and sacrifice which left their mark in the nation's collective memory. The minister also had kind words for all the veterans from previous missions going all the way back to the Second World War who were present at the ceremony. Apart from at least three Second World War veterans, there were several members of a new generation of soldiers who served along various "green" lines as Canadian peacekeepers during NATO and UN missions in Cyprus, Bosnia, the Middle East and other parts of the troubled world. "With us this evening, "said the minister, "we have several generations of Canadian veterans. To see these veterans along with new recruits and all the young people who came to this ceremony...confirms our desire to pass the torch of remembrance from generation to generation." As the rain began to fall, the cadet behind YM-YWHA remembers fallen athletes Left to right: Steven Clayman, Sydney Barnett and Sol Susser are joined by a piper as they prepare for the March on the Colours during Sunday's ceremony. while defending the free world," Shacter said. Family member Charles Abelson told the gathering that his family member of the same name, who died on a boat that was torpedoed, embraced sports "with all the verve and determination he could muster.... he became a Golden Gloves champion for Montreal while boxing for the Y. Michael Hockenstein, nephew of Ben Hockenstein, a corporal for the Black Watch of Montreal, said his uncle was a "major role model" for him. Ben Hockenstein was killed in action in March 1945. Richard Davine spoke about Horace Baittle, his teammate on the Y basketball team who was killed during a bombing mis- 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. Sévigny, Samantha St. Jules, Kevin Woodhouse Michaud's marker kept her place while the candle flickered and the piper began to play a Scottish lament. Army Chaplain Guy Bourget was then asked to say a few words in which he prayed for God's special favour to help those who were "wounded both in body and in spirit." After the final notes of the bugler's "Last Post" rang through the cemetery's woods, a cannon fired its salute after which the cadets bared their heads for two minutes of silence. Only the crows, disturbed by the gunfire, could be heard while the rain continued to fall as the cadet bowed her head while standing at attention behind Michaud's grave. After an officer gave the order, she turned on her heel and followed the flags and the other cadets as they all marched out of the graveyard. As the crowd began to break up and leave the cemetery, the sun was down but it was still raining as the candles left on top of the markers began to flicker before they finally went out. n sion over Belgium. Danny Titleman, an RCAF flight officer during the war, was a Y baseball player. He was killed in active service on June 16, 1944. Pilot officer Samuel Zareikin was on Y championship swimming teams, and a plaque in his honour is awarded to the most valuable player on the Y swimming team. Zareikin came home from Los Angeles to enlist in the Air Force. "He participated in some of the first RCAF raids on European territory and the first great raid on Cologne," said Colonel Bernard Finestone. "During that attack, his Wellington Bomber had completed its run and laid its bomb squarely on target, when it was attacked by three enemy planes. His aircraft managed to evade these onslaughts and he survived. "Unfortunately, he was reported missing in active service on May 28, 1943 and was presumed dead. He was a wonderful representative of the community in Montreal." Also on hand for the ceremony were D'Arcy McGee MNA Lawrence Bergman and Marc Leiter of the Mount Royal Liberal riding association, representing MP Irwin Cotler who was in Ottawa organizing the Interparliamentary Conference on Anti- Semitism.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 COURTESY YM-YWHA 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 10, 2010

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    NEWS AND ANALYSIS Former Hampstead councillor blasts council 'entitlements' By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban Former Hampstead councillor Clifford Borden blasted what he called the "entitlements" of the current council, in relation to a recent raise, IPads and free membership to local facilities. Borden, who was in charge of the finance portfolio on council and was quite outspoken during his tenure, congratulated council for its "perseverance" in the year since the last municipal election. "As you probably found out, some of you, it's an interesting experience," the former councillor told the November council meeting. "I have to say, on balance, the streets are clean and the parks are good." On the other hand, "I sat up there with you and, respectfully, I would probably say that in the first three years (2006- 2009), I probably worked harder than you guys will in the next three, anyway, except for maybe one or two of you," he said. "Starting the town again was really tough, and the first two years were a tough experience." In that context, Borden acknowledged that councillors work long hours. Councillors now make about $10,000 a year plus $5,000 in expenses, while the mayor makes at least $30,000, plus more than $14,000 in expenses and more than $15,000 for his work on the agglomeration council. "But you raised your pay by 20 percent [from $8,000 to $10,000], you gave yourself a pension, which I find - disgusting isn't the right word, but along those lines," the former councillor said. "I found out that you now have entitled yourselves to free services - not just for yourselves, but your children, so if you have three sons and if they play hockey or tennis, it's all for free." Mayor William Steinberg intervened, saying Borden was making statements that were not true. NDG community rallies to save its church By P.A. Sévigny The Suburban Last Sunday night, during a fundraising dinner held in NDG's Le Manoir, the borough's political leadership from every level of government rallied to support Father Claude Julien's efforts to renovate and restore NDG's own parish church, Église Notre Dame de Grâce. "This is the kind of event that gets things done," said federal MP Marc Garneau. "This is what happens when people in the immediate community get together and work for common goals." As the federal MP for the area, Garneau wasn't alone as provincial MNA Kathleen Weil, city Mayor Gérald Tremblay, borough Mayor Applebaum and local city councillor Peter McQueen were all seen to be greeting friends and supporters in the crowd. As Mayor Tremblay's family is originally from NDG, the mayor said the church meant a lot to both him and his brother, former councillor Marcel Tremblay. While repairs are expected to cost at least a million PHOTO P.A. SEVIGNY Former councillor Marcel Tremblay, Montreal Mayor Gerald Tremblay, MNA Kathleen Weil, and borough Mayor Michael Applebaum. dollars before completion, many supporters believe NDG's MNA, Kathleen Weil, has already done a lot of the heavy lifting as the provincial arts and culture ministry has already agreed to finance up to $700,000 worth of the required renovations. Inspired by the rare style known as Jesuit Baroque, architect John Ostell built and designed the NDG landmark after which it was inaugurated in 1853. Richly decorated with "You're not allowed to have your families use services for free?" Borden asked. "Not hockey," the mayor said. "So what services are you allowed to have for free?" Borden said. "Only the pool, tennis..." the mayor said. Borden also said all the councillors can go to the meetings of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and got themselves the new IPads (tablets with Internet access). "I'm sure it's for a great reason, information technology," he said sarcastically. A Hampstead source confirmed that council voted themselves a 20 percent raise, from $8,000 to $10,000, and did buy into a pension plan. Councillors, The Suburban was told, feel differently than Borden about their salaries in terms of the time they put into their council work. The Suburban was also told that most, but not all, of council did vote for the stained glass windows built in Master Guido Nincheri's studio, the church has its own Casavant organ as well as various pieces of Vallières and Bourgault statuary. Already known for its excellent acoustics, the church is often used for assorted organ recitals as well as for extensive choir rehearsals. During a short and courteous speech in which he thanked both his audience and the local politicians for their friendship and support, Father Julien also spoke of his desire to have the church rediscover its roots as the district's "village centre" defined by local arts and cultural activities for the benefit of its immediate community. "Let's take advantage of this campaign and all of its activities," he said. "Let's work together to give this extraordinary location a new and lasting life in harmony with the needs of the area while respecting the heritage which was left to us all." Mayor Tremblay said he would be happy to write a big cheque to help finance the renovations after which he told the crowd he hoped they would follow his example. n WOW DEALS OF THE WEEK... GROUP RATES - SAVE UP TO $1160 PER COUPLE 1 WEEK ALL INCLUSIVE November Varadero $499 Puerto Plata $589 Inquire about our 6 equal installments & 0% interest plan. Prices are per person, double occupancy. 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Robert Lantos: custodian of the Richler legacy Mike Cohen Canada's most prolific movie producer was back in Montreal last week to promote his film Barney's Version, which hits movie theatres in Canada and the USA at Christmas time. This is always somewhat of a homecoming for Robert Lantos, who was born in Hungary and moved with his parents first to Uruguay and then here where he made his very first foray into the film world: spending $500 to bring The Best of the New York Erotic Film Festival to sellout crowds at the McGill Film Society. Barney's Version is based on the Mordecai Richler novel of the same name and follows the character of Barney Parnofsky, who marries three different women. Lantos had previously converted Richler's Joshua Then and Now to the big screen and back in 2001 set out to do the same with Barney's Version. "I was halfway reading through the book when it came out in 1997 when I decided that I knew I wanted it for a movie," Lantos told me. "I bought the rights from Mordecai and he started to immediately work on the script. He was halfway through when he died in 2001. That left me as the custodian of his legacy and suddenly this film I planned to make was transformed into something to honour Canada's greatest writer." Lantos agreed that had Richler not passed away nine years ago, we probably would have seen the movie sooner. The $30 million film, which was shot in Montreal and Rome, has a top-notch cast IN QUEBEC Robert Lantos with the likes of Dustin Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Minnie Driver, Rosamund Pike and Rachelle Lefevre. It is being released less than a week before the end of December, likely in order to qualify for the Golden Globe and Academy Awards. "Yes," said Lantos, "the film is starting to appear on lists from those who predict these kind of things. I certainly do not exclude that possibility." In the movie, Lantos said he made sure to bring "Richler's city of Montreal" to life. He reconstructed many parts of the Ritz Carlton Hotel, which has been shut down for renovations. Even Grumpy's Bar was used. "We did not want to use any sets," he said. "This was to be a realistic portrayal of the book" Richler Street: As the hype begins for Barney's Version, the same can be said for an online petition spearheaded by Montreal city councillors Marvin Rotrand and Michael Applebaum to have a street or landmark named after Richler. If you are a fan of Richler go to http://www.gopetition.com/pe tition/40303.html. COHEN CHATTER: If you have ever fallen in love, been betrayed, lost a loved one or See COHEN, page 18 "FURNITURE, APPLIANCES AND FASHIONS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY" SITUATED IN DECARIE SQUARE

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    GREEN ASPARAGUS Regular or Large Pr. of Peru $4.39 kg 1 99 1 99 4601, blvd. Des Sources Dollard-des-Ormeaux 514-685-5050 www.adonisproducts.com 2001 Sauvé W. (corner l'Acadie) 514-382-8606 SUPER SPECIALS VALID: NOVEMBER 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 2010 FRUITS & VEGETABLES BROCCOLI Size 18 RED OR GREEN CURLY LETTUCE LARGE FUYU KAKI Pr. of U.S.A. BLACK PLUMS Size 50 79 DELICATESSEN & CHEESE OUR FRIDGE SWISS EMMENTHAL CHEESE HAVARTI CHEESE Regular or Jalapeno ASTRO ZERO OR BIOBEST YOGURT PROVIDENCE CHEESE 200 g ¢ 79 ¢ LB. 79 EA. ¢ 79 ¢ EA. $14.95 kg 6 78 6 78 LB. MASTRO PROSCIUTTO COTTO Regular or Spicy $8.80 kg 3 99 3 99 LB. EMMA GOAT CHEESE $18.93 kg 8 59 8 59 LB. MEDITERRANEAN SEA BASS $11.00 kg 4 99 4 99 LB. CEDAR SEMOLINA Durum Wheat, #1 & #2 4 kg WOW 3 99 3 99 EA. CEDAR DICED TOMATOES 796 ml 99 ¢ EA. CEDAR JAM FIG OR STRAWBERRY ONLY 250 ml 99 ¢ 1 49 1 49 EA. NAYA NATURAL SPRING WATER 12x500 ml 2 99 2 99 EA. BUY 1 GET ONE FREE MINT Pr. of Morocco 3/ 1 29 FRESH FISH IF WEATHER PERMITS Pr. of U.S.A. $11.99 kg 5 44 5 44 LB. SMOKED TURKEY BREAST $8.80 kg 3 99 3 99 LB. REGULAR OKA CHEESE $18.93 kg 8 59 8 59 LB. TURBOT FILETS Pr. of Quebec $12.10 kg 5 49 5 49 4 69 4 69 EA. 4 49 4 49 EA. BAKERY GADOUA ULTRA SOFT BREAD 2/ 1 00 2/ 5 00 MAZOLA CORN OIL OR CANOLA OIL 2.84 L Cholesterol-Free WOW 16x100 g See variety in store 3 99 3 99 EA. BLACK DIAMOND FICELLO CHEESE STICKS 16 per pkg 336 g DANONE ACTIVIA YOGURT 8x100 g See variety in store 675 g Assorted 5 99 5 99 EA. Pr. of U.S.A. 705, blvd. Curé-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. 3/ 99 ¢ 69 CEDAR ROASTED & SALTED JUMBO CORN Regular or B.B.Q. 200 g ¢ EA. 69 ¢ 1 49 1 49 EA. CALAMATA EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL 750 ml 5 49 5 49 EA. 3 99 3 99 EA. KRAFT SINGLES CHEESE SLICES Assorted 500 g 4 69 4 69 EA. BALKAN KASHKAVAL CHEESE 1 kg $14.99 kg 6 80 6 80 LB. SAVE 80 ¢ 80 ¢ Pr. of U.S.A. $1.74kg 79 ¢ 79 ¢ LB. ROTISSERIE HOT SANDWICH PITA KAFTA OR MERGUEZ SAUSAGE 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 2 49 2 49 EA. 2/ 1 00 T-BONE STEAKS $9.89 kg 4 49 4 49 LB. WHOLE CHICKEN $3.72 kg 1 69 1 69 1 LB. 69 1 69 LB. UNIVERSAL GROCERY 2 99 2 99 CEDAR WALNUTS 454 g CEDAR PITTED PRESSED DATES 500 g QUAKER CEREAL HARVEST CRUNCH ORIGINAL 750 g or HONEY NUT 645 g 99 EA. CEDAR FLAKED LIGHT TUNA IN VEGETABLE OIL 80 g WOW BIANCONI PASTA 500 g See variety in store CEDAR DRIED FIG GARLAND 250 g ¢ 99 ¢ 3 EA. 99 3 99 LB. WOW WOW EA. KELLOGG'S POP TARTS 400 g OR FIBRE PLUS GRANOLA BARS 180 g 99 ¢ EA. CHRISTIE WOW CRACKERS 100-225 g See variety in store FRESH MEAT 99 ¢ 2/ 4 00 STELLA ARTOIS OR BECK'S BEER 12X330 ml bottles WOW PEELED 2 99 2 99 EA. EA. FROZEN CEDAR FROZEN WHOLE STRAWBERRIES 1 kg CEDAR FROZEN MOLOKHIA LEAVES 375 g PINEAPPLE Pr. of Costa Rica 13 99 13 99 EA. UNPEELED 2 49 2 49 WOW 2 49 2 49 EA. BARTLETT PEARS Size 100 Pr. of U.S.A. $1.74 kg 79 ¢ 79 ¢ LB. KELLOGG'S EGGO WAFFLES 280 g - 310 g Assorted 2/ 4 00 BLUE TIDE RAW, PEELED SHRIMP WITH TAILS 41/50 907 g 8 49 8 49 9 EA. 79 9 79 EA. QUAIL PKG. OF 6 6 99 6 99 EA. BROOKE BOND RED LABEL ORANGE PEKOE TEA 216 per pkg. 4 99 4 99 EA. ULKER CLIP PIZZA STICKS 4x50 g 79 ¢ EA. OASIS FRUIT ZOO JUICE BOXES 8X200 ml Assorted 79 ¢ WOW 2/ 4 00 PEPSI, 7 UP OR ORANGE CRUSH 6X710 ml WOW 2/ 5 00 NEW! MEAT & CHICKEN KOSHER DEPARTMENT THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 * 5

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    6 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 MONTREAL'S MOST COMPLETE NATURAL AND ORGANIC FOOD MARKET. TREE HUGGER FRESH JUICES $15.38 kg Fresh Products Fruits and Vegetables 399 Starting at 3 99 NATUR-A FRESH MILKS 299 Starting at 2 99 GREEN KALE Meat and Poultry Gluten Free Products ORGANIC CERTIFIED MINCED BEEF 699 699 LB. BALI SUN COCONUT OIL 1949 Starting at 19 49 BARBARA'S BAKERY FIG BARS TASTE OF NATURE LATE JULY CRACKERS 349 Starting at 3 49 449 Starting at 4 49 ORGANIC CERTIFIED CHICKEN BREAST 1299 1299 LB. GLUTINO ASSORTED PRODUCTS Featured Products WHOLESOME SWEETENERS ATTITUDE CLEANING PRODUCTS IMAGINE SOUPS AND BOUILLON Starting at PRICES VALID UNTIL DECEMBER 15, 2010 OR WHILE QUANTITIES LAST $28.58 kg 399 399 399 Starting at 3 99 279 Starting at 2 79 399 399 Starting at 219 Starting at 2 19 429 429 Starting at ARTISAN PACKAGED BULK 499 Starting at 4 99 LUCY'S WHEAT FREE COOKIES 469 Starting at 4 69 FRUIT D'OR CRANBERRY PRODUCTS 249 249 Starting at CAULIFLOWER 339 339 Starting at HARVEST SUN BOUILLON CUBES 259 259 Starting at SAHALE ASSORTED NUTS Starting at KICKING HORSE COFFEE 1499 Starting at 14 99 EDEN FOODS MILKS STAHLBUSH FROZEN FRUITS AND VEGGIES 499 499 269 Starting at 2 69 Starting at 269 269 3827 BOUL. ST JEAN, D.D.O. www.healthtree.ca 514-624-2896

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    NEWS & ANALYSIS New parking rules will be evaluated: DeSousa By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban Numerous residents filled the St. Laurent council chamber last week, to protest against new parking sectorization rules in the area north of Côte Vertu, west of Decarie and east of Marcel Laurin. Mayor Alan DeSousa said the sectorization, which also exists east of Decarie and west of Ste. Croix and other areas, was instituted because of complaints from residents whose parking places on side streets were occupied by people shopping on Decarie and after public consultations. He also said that the rules have to be in the full sector, or parking problems would be pushed onto other streets in the sector. The new rules, which came into effect a week ago Monday, allows parking for a two-hour period from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. weekdays on sections of streets. Otherwise, stickers are required to park in that time period. The cost per sticker is $60 annually. Hartenstein resident Roy Henriques said he has lived in St. Laurent for 25 years. "I'm not sure if I'm going to continue being there," he told the November council meeting. "Everyone is frustrated, and anxiety and stress are building. People are turning into car jockeys - every two hours they bring their car to another street. The whole area has to be reevaluated. I recently retired and I want relaxation. I don't want to be running around trying to find a spot. Even if I buy a sticker today, it doesn't guarantee me a spot. "If this situation is not corrected, I will be leaving the [borough] and proud of it. This has motivated me more than the last referendum." ��������������� ����� 0% ������������������������������ �������������������� ��� ����������������� 2010 MKZ ��������� ��� ��� ��� ����������������� Offer applies to new in-stock 2011 lincoln vehicle. Purchase financing example: $35,000 at 0% on 48 months equals a monthly payment of $729.17. Total cost on interest is $0. Total financial obligation is $35,000. Pictures for illustration purposes only. See Ford Lincoln Gabriel for full details. 7100 St-Jacques West, Montreal (514)487.7777 www.fordlincolngabriel.com DeSousa responded that the new rules will be evaluated, "like any new program we put in place. We always try to see if there's anything that could be improved upon. Our objective is not to give you stress, but where there is a problem with cars from outside our territory coming and installing themselves, denying residents access to parking in their own neighbourhoods, what's to be done? "I recognize people have different schedules and configurations, but the role of this council is to try and see if we can find as many of the solutions as possible.... If there's ways we can improve it, we definitely will." DeSousa also said individual cases will be looked into. One of those was brought by Pastor Karen Wong, who presides over a congregation at 1600 De L'Église at the old St. Andrew's-Norwood Church. Wong said seniors coming to her church have Double Your Air Miles NEW STORE with presentation of coupon. FREE DELIVERY Valid until November 30, 2010. (Min $50 purchase) Can not be combined with any other coupon. to move their cars as well to avoid a ticket. "I suspect, in the winter, as the weather gets worse, there won't be any place for them to park and you have to walk quite a distance," she explained. "Is there a solution for that?" DeSousa responded that it will have to be determined how many people are coming to the church, when they come and if existing streets are adequate. "That review will have to be done, to deal with your particular problem," the mayor said.n THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 * 7

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    8 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 LET US REMEMBER THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE WARS OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY Remembrance Day We wear a poppy On Remembrance Day, And at eleven We stand and pray. Wreaths are put Upon a grave. As we remember Our soldiers brave. - Anonymous The words of this poem may be simple, but the message is profound. Join us in giving the men and women who served, and are still serving our country, the respect and honour they so deserve. remembers. Saint-Laurent council wishes to commemorate the contribution of all veterans during times of war, especially those of Royal Canadian Legion - Saint-Laurent Branch 98. Thanks to their commitment, we can all enjoy a peaceful and free society. Hon. Irwin Cotler P.C., O.C., M.P./C.P., O.C., député Mount Royal/Mont-Royal (514) 283-0171 irwincotler.liberal.ca On this important day of Remembrance and reminder, we commemorate those who fought - and are fighting - for liberty! 45C10 Hon. Stéphane Dion P.C., M.P./C.P., député Saint-Laurent--Cartierville (514) 335-6655 stephanedion.liberal.ca Pierre Arcand MNA for/Député de Mont-Royal 3400 Jean-Talon W., #100 Montreal, QC H3R 2E8 Jacques Chagnon MNA for/Député de Westmount St-Louis 1155 University #1312 Montreal, QC H3B 3A7 Honouring the men and women who sacrificed their lives fighting for our freedom and democracy and to those still fighting today. Raymond Bachand MNA for/Député d'Outremont 5450, Côte-des-Neiges Road # 115 Montreal, Qc H3T 1Y6 Henri-François Gautrin MNA for/Député de Verdun 4110, rue Wellington, #301 Verdun, QC H4G 1V7 Honorons les hommes et les femmes qui ont sacrifié leur vie à se battre pour notre liberté et la démocratie et ceux qui luttent encore aujourd'hui. En ce jour du Souvenir, nous commémorons ceux et celles qui ont combattu et qui combattent pour la liberté! Courtesy YM-YWHA Holocaust survivor Sylvia Weiner lights a candle representing the six million Jews who died in the Holocaust, as well as partisan and resistance fighters. The candle lighting ceremony was part of the YM-YWHA's ceremonies. Lawrence S. Bergman MNA for/Député de D'Arcy McGee 5800 Cavendish, #403 Cote St. Luc, QC H4W 2T5 Kathleen Weil MNA for/Députée de Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 5252 de Maisonneuve W., #210 Montreal, QC H4A 3S5 Marc Garneau M.P./Député Westmount--Ville-Marie (514) 283-2013 marcgarneau.liberal.ca

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    NEWS & ANALYSIS St. Laurent merchants want shopping area promo sign By Joel Goldenberg The Suburban St. Laurent's Decarie Blvd. merchants association is urging the borough to put up some sort of a sign promoting their street's commercial area, in light of a planned new configuration on the Decarie traffic circle. The configuration, revealed last week by Transport Quebec, is meant to ease traffic in the area. One of them, recently revealed in The Suburban, involves a change in the access from Decarie Blvd. in the borough to the expressway, in which there will be a traffic light at the corner of Decarie and Dion and a turn to gain southbound access. Mayor Alan DeSousa recently pointed out that original plans called for no southbound access from Decarie to the expressway at all, but St. Laurent convinced Transport Quebec to change its plans. St. Laurent council regular Sofia Vriniotis, representing the merchants association, told the November council meeting that she saw the new plan for Decarie and confirmed St. Laurent's success in achieving a change. Vriniotis asked if it was possible to eliminate the planned Decarie-Dion traffic light. "We find the lights will reduce fluidity, and therefore reduce the number of cars and clients being able to pass in front of our stores," the merchant said. DeSousa responded that the lights will be "far removed" from the commercial area. "The crossovers in the area of the circle are of particular concern to the ministry of transport, particular for security purposes," the mayor said. "If they were willing to provide access to Decarie, their primary [concern] was not fluidity but at the areas where the streets [including Marcel Laurin] have to join up - those have to be protected. "We won our point [with access] and I think we should just be thankful about that." Vriniotis asked about the possibility of council putting up a sign on northbound Decarie Blvd., after the expressway, pointing out that there are 100 stores further north on the street, "much in the same way you announce the Technopark [off Highway 40]. It will help us during the construction period [around the circle]. And there might be a new competitor like Smart Centres," which owns land in the area of the westbound Metropolitan service road and Decarie. DeSousa said it is premature to know what might open on the large piece of land Smart Centres owns. In terms of a promo sign, "I don't think I can do that," the mayor said. "If we did that, we would be getting requests from all across St. Laurent for many other stores in the neighbourhood," DeSousa added. "Decarie, as a street, is known as a destination. Anyone who wanted to come to your stores will find through the traffic signs how to get there. But we can't put publicity for you. I don't think that's our mandate. We'd be setting a precedent." The mayor also said the Technopark promotion is a different case, to attract businesses to the area.n Caregivers are 'the real heroes' Support group launched By Dan Delmar The Suburban It's fitting that the launch of the English Caregiver Coalition of Montreal (ECCOM) took place in Côte St. Luc, said CSSS Cavendish executive director Francine Dupuis, because "we have the highest number of seniors in Montreal in this community. That means there are a lot of caregivers." Caring for the caregivers has become a new priority for local health authorities and services are few and far between, particularly for Anglophones. Enter ECCOM founder Gloria Freedman, who decided to launch the support group after seeking support herself while car- See CAREGIVERS, page 17 FLU VACCINE CLINIC Cote St. Luc / Hampstead / NDG By Appointment or Walk-In In local medical clinic Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm 5501 Cavendish Boulevard (corner of Cote Saint-Luc Road) Parking available on Cavendish Accessible by bus routes 103, 104 & 161 For more information and to book your flu shot, please call (514) 667-3832 Please bring your medicare card and child's vaccination book 45C10 www.IGA.net YOUR HOME FOR BETTER QUALITY WITH ALL YOUR FAVOURITE SERVICES TRADITION INSTANT SOUP 70 g OSEM CHICKEN INSTANT SOUP MIX 400 g OSEM BISSILI SNACK 70 g 59 BENNET'S APPLE JUICE 1.82 L 1. GROSS CREAM FILLING COOKIES 300 g 1. MENDELSOHN'S FROZEN PIZZA 256 g 2. MAJESTIC PUFF PASTRY 454 g 1. 79 ¢ FRESHNESS + VARIETY FRUITS + VEGETABLES Size 16 GIANT POMEGRANATE From California Ea. 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    NEWS & ANALYSIS 10 * THE SUBURBAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 NOW OPEN IN THE COTE ST. LUC SHOPPING CENTER COURTS Cont'd from page 1 receiving over $50,000 a month in personal payments, plus child support, plus a $3 million house wanted a $50 million lump sum from her billionaire ex. She had three children with the man but they never married. The law forbids revealing identities of those involved in family law cases, particularly where children are involved. Even though the Superior Court rejected her demands for more money, the Appeal Court struck down the section of the Civil Code that bars unmarried partners from asking for support and also refused her demand for immediate exemption and ordered her to wait for the government to change the current section of the Civil Code. The Appeal Court ruled that the bar violates the equality section of the Charter of Rights. Two of the three judges gave the government a year to come up with a solution. One judge wanted it done immediately. There is a great deal of public misunderstanding of the decision, and to get some clar- ity on what the decision means and where we go from here, we spoke to lawyer Brigitte Garceau who has practiced family law at Robinson, Sheppard, Shapiro for 18 years. Ms. Garceau has lectured in Family Law at McGill and is a former member of the Superior Court Liaison Committee on Family Law. Garceau made clear that the decision does not change anything immediately. "This decision," she said, " opens the door to a societal conversation. And a legislative one as well. Because Quebec is a civil law jurisdiction, the legislature is the only body that can change the law and that can only be done by a bill that changes the Civil Code." We wondered how many people this could potentially affect. The numbers were startling. Garceau told us that it is estimated that some "1.2 million people are living as partners with no regime whatsoever. That has risen from about eight percent in 1981 to some 35 percent in 2006. And the numbers continue to rise." On a percentage basis this is far above any other political jurisdiction in North America. Did Garceau feel that there was anything inherently wrong with letting choice and con- NOW OPEN IN THE COTE ST. LUC SHOPPING CENTER New Giftware Just Arrived at Côte-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 Côte-des-Neiges Lower Level Côte-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 tract govern domestic relationships? On the face of it not necessarily she said, but when one reviews the reasoning behind the court's decision to strike the law, the emphasis was placed on the financial prejudices and consequences of relationship breakdown to families. Whether the families have married spouses or not, the consequences are the same. She pointed out that though child support is provided for in the Civil Code even in non-traditional unions, there is a collateral issue. "Some 60 percent of children born in Quebec are born to parents who aren't married. That's far above any other jurisdiction. Now, even though we have child support provisions one partner - usually the mother but sometimes the father - give up career and employment opportunities to stay home and raise children. How are they to be taken care of in the event of a split when the financial consequences of a relationship breakdown are no different whether they were married or not. Often, child support is not enough and because so many couples are choosing non-traditional unions the issue of poverty must be addressed. If one spouse has given up their earning ability, how do they survive and pay basic necessities on child support payments of six to 12 thousand a year? When a spouse has been out of the workplace for sometimes five to 10 years, how are they to re-integrate without some basic level of personal support? Many of these one parent households end up in poverty. More than half of our children are being born into unions where a spouse has no right to ask for support after a breakdown. The vast majority of spouses needing support are not Lola's." Garceau may have a point that this will be the most compelling part of the debate. It is clear that the central issue to be addressed by legislators will be to find a solution to assure a basic quality of household environment for such a large part of our future. According to Stats Can, almost one-third of Montreal's households live below the federal poverty line. Legal and political observers trace Quebec's lack of common law regime to the influence of the Catholic Church. Well, it seems that even the Church will not be able to stop the Assembly from going down this forced road. And that road will take us all far out of Kansas in the field of family law.n

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