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    AD{TS4081671} , SHOP LOCAL The Trentonian , QUINTE WEST SHOP LOCAL Shop to be the Next QUINTE WEST SHOP LOCAL SELFIE CONTEST Winner Full contest rules and regulations are available @ www.trentonian.ca/contests or Quinte West City Hall or Frankford Municipal Office. The Trentonian and the City of Quite West reserve the rights to use any submitted photos for any and all Shop Local, Win Local promotion or for use in future publications. S BBB V B KC PB V B KC B BBCB USB C BBB C C, T C C BB C B C C BB

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    AD{TS4254813} , SHOP LOCAL 2 • SHOP SMART, SHOP LOCAL | November 19, 2015 “SHOP SMART, SHOP LOCAL, SHOP QUINTE WEST” “BUY LOCAL” – you see the Shop Quinte West decals in the store windows, the Shop Local newspaper supplements arriving at your doorstep, you hear the Shop Local radio jingles promoting the many local businesses and service providers throughout the airwaves, and the “Shop Local, Win Local, Selfie Contest” promotional pieces on websites, Facebook and twitter, accounts, along with posters hung in store fronts, but what does this really all mean. The most obvious message is “let’s support our local business community” However, the promotion of shopping local, and buying close to home, as often as possible, is more than just a campaign to create community boosterism, or aid in creating that feel-good experience, instead the City of Quinte West believes that by creating awareness for shopping locally, collaboratively, we will build a stronger, more prosperous community. For instance, did you know that dollars spent in locally-owned businesses have three times the impact on your community as dollars spent elsewhere. When shopping locally, you simultaneously create economic growth, increase employment, fund more city services, invest in neighborhood enhancements and promote community growth and development. Our City is defined in large by the businesses that reside within, and it is those businesses currently that create charm, appeal, and prosperity that help to attract new business and prospective residents to the Quinte West area. It is for this reason that the City continues to adopt and implement a variety of “Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West” promotional programs; offering a division of collaborative marketing tools to our business leaders now, and into the future. The City’s “Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West” initiatives support local partnerships, allow businesses of all sizes the opportunity to participate via means of financial collaboration. With local partnerships, local ownership, and local decision making, the City will continue to build sustainable, vibrant, compact, walkable downtown cores and inner City town-centres. We continue to encourage all residents, during the upcoming holiday season, to participate in Shop Local initiatives including the Quinte West “Shop Local, Win Local, Selfie Contest”. It’s fun, easy, and not only are you supporting you community, but you will have a chance to win the Grand Prize Package (valued at approximately $1900.00) that is scheduled to be drawn on December 18, 2015; just in time for Christmas. To participate, follow these simple steps: Step 1- Shop at any Quinte West Fascinators Business! Step 2 - While holding a, proof of purchase, receipt, take a “selfie” at any Quinte West Business. Step 3 - Complete the contest registration form at www.trentonian.ca/contests, and submit your selfie! If you do not have internet access or a cell phone you can still participate by submitting a receipt from any Quinte West business along with a complete ballot available at Quinte West City Hall, 7 Creswell Drive, Trenton or Frankford Municipal Offices at North Trent Street, Frankford. For complete contest details, including rules and regulations, please visit www.trentonian.ca/contests. As we move into 2016, the City will continue to support the “Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West” initiative through a variation of collaborative marketing tools, including a total of four “Shop Local” collaborative publications in the Trentonian Newspaper, along with radio and website campaigns and other “Shop Smart, Shop Local, Shop Quinte West” initiatives. If you are a business leader and are looking to learn more, including how to become involved, in the Shop Local programs, please contact the Economic Development & Tourism Services Department, City Hall at 613-392-2841 or e-mail christinae@quintewest.ca. Kneehigh STORE HOURS: SUNDAY .......... Closed MONDAY ........ 10 - 5 TUESDAY ........ 10 - 5 WEDNESDAY .. 10 - 5 THURSDAY ..... 10 - 6 FRIDAY ........... 10 - 6 SATURDAY ...... 10 - 5 Gift Items 103 Dundas Street West Trenton, Ontario K8V 3P4 Phone: 613-392-5267

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    AD{TS4259405} AD{TS4260243} AD{TS3881156} , SHOP LOCAL November 19, 2015 | SHOP SMART, SHOP LOCAL • 3 MOTOSPORTS AND SO MUCH MORE Audra Kent, For The Trentonian According to Wright, the most popular item in the Motosports line website (motosportsoftrenton.com) includes a list of pre-owned ON A QUIET rural road north of Trenton rests a plain white up is ATVs – a product that can be used year round.“There’s a lot motorcycles for sale, complete with performance details, engine commercial A-frame building, a Canadian flag whipping in the of agriculture in this area, so it’s good for that,” said Wright. size, mileage and price, together with a multitude of colourful and wind and Yamaha sign perched above the door. One step through But the ATVs are also very popular during the cooler months, tantalizing photographs. that door is a step into Motosports of Trenton – the first step into a particularly during hunting season. “All the hunters, especially Motosports of Trenton is open Monday to Saturday, closed on Sundays, world of outdoor adventure. these weeks right here – there’s a huge influx in this area,” said which is when Wright and his team have the opportunity to enjoy their Like old gentleman needing a break, vintage motorcycles circle Wright. While the store offers a great selection of product, there own outdoor adventures. “We go ride our own,” said Wright. “You the store, carefully propped up against walls or resting on old isn’t enough room to house the many options Yamaha has to offer. have to let people know that you are enthusiastic about it.” kickstands; flashy and colourful new motorcycle models hold pride “They do make a large variety of products,” said Wright, adding he of place in the middle. Those are surrounded by all terrain vehicles and his staff are happy to do special orders.“If I don’t have one, I (ATVs), side by sides and snowmobiles, and every conceivable accessory that may be required to use, repair or embellish them. Owner and operator Jim Wright brings more than 40 years of experience to Motosports, a business he purchased in 2000. “I’ve been working Yamaha stores since 1974 and I’m a licensed motorcycle technician - just an all round enthusiast,” said Wright. Together with his wife, Margaret, the seven member team at Motosports of Trenton operate a business that offers sales and service, big products to small accessories, and everything in between, whether the need be functional or fun. can certainly get you one.” The inventory in store however, is extensive: helmets, tires, lubricants, boots, saddlebags, clothing, mirrors, lights, flags, mufflers, safety gear, grips, gloves and goggles can all be found lining the walls and shelves. Larger accessories, like gas tanks, windshields and snow plows are also available, as is a selection of emergency power and back-up Yamaha generators Behind the service desk, toward the back of the building, is the shop, where factory trained and licensed mechanics work their magic on any manufacturers’ brands, Yamaha or otherwise. A comprehensive NOW AVAILABLE HugeSelection of Fender Guitars Payments Available Like Us On Facebook 51 Quinte St. Trenton | 613-392-6300 | ardensmusic.com • Antique • Furniture • Auto • Marine • ATV & Ski Doo seats •Antique •Furniture ••Auto•Marine Custom work •ATV &Ski Dooseats CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON •Custom work Fabric Ends & Small Antique Chairs We sellFoam,Supplies andFabric Fabric 613-965-6110 79A Dufferin Ave. at the Roundhouse,Trenton, Ont, K8V 5E2 2016 YAMAHA VIPER LTX SE Excels everywhere....conforms to no one! financing from 1.89% OF TRENTON O.A.C 114 McCauley Rd. Trenton (North past Glen Miller Bridge) 2 Year Warranty (613) 965-6626 When you want the best Photograph: Audra Kent/ The Trentonian

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    AD{TS3842872} AD{TS4081719} AD{TS4131709} AD{TS3833052} , SHOP LOCAL 4 • SHOP SMART, SHOP LOCAL | November 19, 2015 BREWING BEER WAS IN THE CARDS Audra Kent, For The Trentonian YOU MIGHT SAY Nate Card’s interest in ale has been brewing for years. Card is the new owner and brewer at Wild Card Brewing Company in Trenton. Together with his mother, father and brother, and one full time and two part time employees, Card is growing a successful business that’s really beginning to hop. It was while travelling to England during his final year in high school, and throughout university at Trent, that Card’s interest in beer really began to grow. “Over the past six or seven years, I’ve spent probably a third of that time in the UK, so I’ve extensively studied British beer. That’s sort of where my passion for beer started,” said Card. Working in a variety of pubs, Card experienced firsthand a craft beer industry that’s existed in the United Kingdom for centuries.“It’s such a localized beer industry – some of the places I worked at, it was one of ten places you could get a single type of beer on tap.” Two years ago, Card visited Gateway Brewery Company to make beer as a gift for his father; he later worked for the company. This year, he bought the company, giving it his own brand, including the family name, together with a little bit of family history. Wild Card “was the name of my family boat,” said Card. But ECO-FRIENDLY PRINTING giving that name to the company was actually his father’s suggestion. “As soon as he said it, it was decided that was going to be the name because it was perfect for us,” said Card. While Card is the owner and brewer, he also keeps busy with sales, delivery and maintaining an online presence. But it’s the challenge of creating a new brew that he really seems to enjoy most. All he needs is an idea. “That’s sort of my favourite part of brewing, is coming up with a new recipe, something exciting.” And he tries to use ingredients from local producers whenever possible, including hops grown locally; raspberries from a local farmer (Queen of Hearts, a chocolate and raspberry milk stout); honey from a local apiary (Honey Wheat Beer) and maple syrup. A long list of ales – in bottles and on tap - which is always growing, includes Blonde Barista, Escape Velocity, Watermelon Wheat and Strange Brew, to name a few. Such is Card’s success, Wild Card beers can be found in at least 15 restaurants and bars in a region that extends from Port Hope to Kingston, and north to Peterborough. But Card hasn’t just limited his company to his own beer sales; he also offers customers the opportunity to make their own. “What we did when we took over the business was shifted Gateway Brewing Company to the brew on premise side and then renamed the craft brewery Wild Card Brewing Creekside Ceramics Crafts and more Come join us, relax & have some fun for all ages. No experience needed. Make Your Own Christmas Ornaments & Gifts Birthday Parties & Group’s Welcome Open:Tues. Wed. Fri. 10am – 4pm & 6pm – 9pm Sat. & Sun. 1pm – 4pm Call 613-398-9038 to book your appointment today. www.facebook.com/pages/Creekside-Ceramics-Crafts creeksideceramic@gmail.com or msgeyer@bell.net 116 March St. Frankford Ontario Located on Ontario Street in Trenton, Wild Card Brewing Company is owned and managed by Nate Card. Card’s love of beer developed while living and travelling in the United Kingdom, where the localized beer industry has existed for hundreds of years. Company. We’re actually one of only three craft breweries that also have a brew on premise,” says Card. Whether creating new beers for his craft brewery, or helping a customer to make their own, brewing beer for Nate Card seems to have always been in the cards. Lava Clean Laundromat Wash & Fold Service Dry Cleaning Depot 613.394.5282 6 Bay St, Trenton Tues-Fri 8-8, Sat & Sun 6-6 Photograph: Audra Kent/ The Trentonian FREE LENS SALE With the Purchase of any Designer Frame Free single vision lens sale includes: • Scratch coating • Anti-glare coating • 2 year warranty on frames & lenses Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:30pm, Thurs 9:00am-8:00pm, Sat 8:00am-12:00 noon idesignsoptical.com 282 Dundas St. East (beside Dairy Queen) • Trenton • 613-394-5555

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    , SHOP LOCAL November 19, 2015 | SHOP SMART, SHOP LOCAL • 5 CREEKSIDE CERAMICS MAKES ANYTHING POSSIBLE Sarah Hyatt, For The Trentonian AT CREEKSIDE Ceramics and Crafts Studio in Frankford, anything is possible. A personalized, one-of-a-kind gift for any occasion is possible. A masterpiece is possible. And it’s fun for all ages, says owner Shirley Geyer. Geyer opened Creekside Ceramics and Crafts Studio in Frankford earlier this year. She’s been working with ceramics for at least 40 years, she estimates, although on-and-off. She previously had a business and studio in British Columbia, where she lived before coming to Frankford about six years ago. “Mostly, my aim is to encourage young people to not lose these crafts,” said Geyer. “We need to pass it along to our kids and grand kids.” At Creekside Ceramics, Geyer sells all sorts of ceramics and products – there’s something for every occasion or holiday. From Christmas ornaments and décor, to Easter, baby, wedding, bathroom or garden ceramics – Geyer has it. “And we’re still continually expanding,” she added. Geyer invites groups and youth for occasions such as birthday parties to come and embrace their creativity at the crafts studio and let magic happen. You’d be surprised what a three or eight-year-old can accomplish at the studio, Geyer insisted. The mystical pieces and animals are often favourites for many kids. “Ceramics used to be just dishes, but that’s not the case anymore,” explained Geyer. Geyer sells both finished products and offers people the chance to paint their own products or ceramics in the studio. “We have quite the variety,” she said. Whether someone is looking to learn more about the arts or looking to create the perfect centrepiece, it’s possible in Frankford. “Absolutely anyone looking to learn is welcome,” said Geyer. “Any group is welcome.” The studio is a great place for family time too, Geyer noted. And while ceramics mostly fill the showroom, Geyer also sells other arts and crafts, such as paintings and jewelry, as well as edible fruit trees. She also repairs and refurbishes some lawn ornaments and what she can for people. Gift certificates are available at any time of the year. Studio rates are $5 per person, plus the cost of bisque, which includes most paints. Geyer also offers incentives such as one free visit, after a certain number of visits to the studio. Or, if you bring a friend to join in, she offers a discount. Creekside Ceramics and Craft Studio is located at 116 March St. It’s the first house on the right side of the street past Patrick Street. Geyer asks those interested call first. She can be reached by phone at 613-398-9038 or via e-mail at creeksideceramic@gmail.com or msgeyer@bell.net. The business-studio is now closed, however, until Nov. 23. Photograph: Sarah Hyatt The Trentonian Sarah Hyatt, For The Trentonian A SIDE ORDER of the 1950s and trip back in time is possible in Quinte West. Owner of the new Heroes’ Diner, on the corner of Hamilton and RCAF roads, Wilber Ventura, has made it possible. And the former master-corporal and cook for CFB Trenton wants nothing more than to share his dream restaurant he’s brought to life recently with the people of Quinte West, he says. “I sort of went back to my own childhood with this decision,” said Ventura. His favourite restaurant was Lick’s as a kid. From burgers and milkshakes, to a jukebox and 1956-year-old Coke machine, swivel chairs and booths, lots of red and white and a black-and-white checkered floor – Heroes’ Diner features it all. It was designed top-tobottom with a certain “soda-pop culture and nostalgic feel.” Even the lights are vintage and 1950s-inspired. “That was the goal, to have that 1950s, vintage atmosphere and then have the food complement that,” said Ventura. This was and has always been Ventura’s dream, he explained, so everything had to be perfect, right down to the lights. This includes location and is in part why he decided on the place he did, along the Highway of Heroes, just around the corner from CFB Trenton. Ventura also wanted to remain connected to his air force family, he said. The former CFB Trenton cook served for seven years here. But his dream was always to have his own restaurant one day. It was on his drive toand-from work, past the new build and new plaza on Hamilton Road, Ventura, with help from Trenval Business Development Corporation, began looking into the idea of Heroes’ Diner last September. “They helped me with my business plan and to get this place off the ground,” he said. He opened the doors to his restaurant Oct. 24 and has been steadily serving up some nostalgia with breakfast and lunch since. The 34-year-old left CFB Trenton in September of this year, to pursue his entrepreneurship and first business. Heroes’ Diner is open seven days a week SERVING UP THE PAST, TODAY from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. “We’re a breakfast and lunch spot,” said Ventura. “We offer the traditional breakfast and lunch menus and favourites, but we also have some Tex-Mex influenced menu items too. And we have a nice variety of some of those more throwback menu items, but we still managed to have a bit of a traditional, Photograph: Sarah Hyatt The Trentonian more modern flare as well.” So, if you’re in the mood for an oldfashioned milkshake or burger, Ventura suggests you stop by. Heroes’ Diner is located at 2223 Hamilton Rd, by the roundabout, where Hamilton and RCAF roads meet. Call 613-392-4624 for more information.

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    AD{TS4082303} , SHOP LOCAL 6 • SHOP SMART, SHOP LOCAL | November 19, 2015 SUPPLEMENTS, PROTEIN AND MORE Sarah Hyatt, For The Trentonian QUINTE WEST residents do not need to travel for workout or nutritional supplements. Owner of The Nutrition Factory, Ron McCaslin, opened his retail supplement store just a few months ago with this idea in mind. McCaslin, prior to the opening of his store, was making the trip to Belleville for his protein needs often. “And sometimes, that’s all I would drive there for,” he said. After a little while, McCaslin got to thinking, why not just build a store here? So, he did. The Nutrition Factory, located just minutes from CFB Trenton, at 257 Dundas St. East, sells workout and nutritional supplements, alongside vitamins and some workout gear, including belts and lifting straps. “We also have an all-natural product line called Shaklee too,” said McCaslin. Shaklee Visit us in Quinte West! non-toxic cleaning products are also sold at the store. Protein shakes are made on site, as well as fruit smoothies. McCaslin also offers an energizing tea. “There’s something for everyone,” he said. The Nutrition Factory carries a number of popular, well-known brands – only the best quality. McCaslin estimates the store offers at least 10 different brands customers can pick and choose from. “And it’s not a store just for people working out,” noted McCaslin. The Nutrition Factory is also for people who maybe just had a medical procedure such as gastric bypass surgery. With such a surgery, people need a certain amount of protein, but can’t always get it with traditional foods because their stomachs are shrunk, McCaslin explained. Therefore, a supplement-shake is often needed and The Nutrition Factory can help. Drop by our restaurants and try one of the following McCafé ® beverages available today: Latte • Americano • Espresso • Mocha • Cappuccino Deluxe Hot Chocolate • Premium Roast Brewed Coffee There’s certainly no age limit when it comes to health at The Nutrition Factory either. “We have all types and kinds of vitamins, from kid’s vitamins up to older adult’s vitamins,” said McCaslin. And expertise service comes with the products sold at The Nutrition Factory. McCaslin is also a personal trainer and certified in fitness nutrition. His staff is exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable as well, and always willing to lend a hand. McCaslin invites people to stop by and learn more. Hours of operation are now Monday to Fridays, from 10 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. On Saturdays, the store is open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. The Nutrition Factory is closed on Sundays. People looking to learn more about supplements and nutrition can also search The Nutrition Factory on Facebook or visit the store online at www.thenutritionfactory.ca. McCaslin and his staff are also available via phone at 613-955-0877 or via e-mail thenutritionfactory@outlook.com. So, give nutrition a try! Photograph: Sarah Hyatt The Trentonian drive-thru • Trenton Town Centre • Glen Miller Road (near the 401) McDonald’s ® in Walmart Trenton ©2014 McDonald’s To us, supporting local businesses doesn’t stop with the economy. It is all about creating a stable and vibrant community! Quinte West businesses create jobs (tax revenue for schools, parks, roads) while offering diversity ,unique products and services. Not to mention – these local businesses are owned by the very people who sponsor our little leagues, donate to our local charities, and volunteer for our community events - giving back to the community in countless ways. You rely on them, but can they rely on you? Browse our local online business directory or simply use our search to find what you are looking for this holiday season! www.quintewestchamber.ca ,

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    AD{TS4081769} YOUWILL WANT TO BE SEEN AT APPLEDENE (HWY #2 WEST &DUG HILL RD.TRENTON) Linda’s Hair Expressions Your hair is one of your most defining features Locally owned and operated by Linda Roberts. Twelve years ago Linda was working as afull time nurse when she decided it was time for achange. She took on asecond job in the evening to be able to pay for schooling at Quinte Hair Dressing School. With license in hand and alove for hairstyling, Linda’s Hair Expressions was created. At the salon, we strive to be knowledgeable in our industry and provide a professional, friendly client experience. Having skilled stylists Kelly and Cathy stay on top of today’s hair trends and new cutting techniques is key to what makes the shop so successful. We recently added Sara, our Esthetician to our team. To offer you afull makeover experience. Whether it’s acut, colour, manicure, eyebrow wax or to add some highlights to your hair, nomatter what makes you feel good, we will deliver. Our passion, expertise and quality products will satisfy all your beauty needs. Walk-ins always welcome. To contact us for your next appointment, call or stop by the shop. 17477 Highway 2, Quinte West. 613-392-8787 PLAZA Your One Stop Christmas Floral Shop Custom Christmas Arrangements DesignedJustfor You • Christmas Centerpieces • Poinsettias • Giftware • Plush Bears • Fresh • Silk Local delivery available Best Price in Town Now Order Online www.forgetmenotfloristtrenton.com LikeusonFacebook Unit 4-17477 Highway 2W., Appledene Plaza, Trenton Free Parking 613-394-1529 • 1-800-475-5430 When Cold and Flu Symptoms Strike We’re here to help you fight back •Echinacea •Deep lmmune •Oil of Oregano •Homeopathic Flu Remedy •Health Foods •Vitamins •Supplements •Homeopathics •Wine Making 17477 Dundas St. WTrenton |naturalsequence.ca |613-394-2882 Make the Holidays Sew Merry Be inspired to endless creativity with stunning utility and decorative stitches! H|CLASS™ E10 •21utility, decorative and stretch stitches, plus a 4-step button-hole •Easy stitch selection •Simple to thread with built-in needle threader $199 Save $100 MSRP $299 Includes free lesson Unit 3-17477 Hwy,#2 Appledene Plaza Trenton • 613-392-1422 www.pineridgeknitsew.com Free EyebrowWax When youbook acolour treatment or perm Call nowfor your appointment Offer expires Dec 31/15 Gift Certificates Available LINDA’SHAIR EXPRESSIONS 17477 Hwy # 2. Trenton Appledene Plaza 613-392-8787 Walkin’s Welcome

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    AD{TS4082242} AD{TS4082322} AD{TS4081712} AD{TS4256296} SAVE IN ANY SEASON Energy-Efficient Complete Systems © 2013 International Comfort Products, LLC • High Efficiency Central Air Conditioners up to 19 SEER • Up to 98% AFUE Efficient Modulating, Two Stage Variable and Single Stage ECM Motor Furnace Models Available • Total Year Round Comfort and Energy Savings • Outstanding No Hassle Replacement TM Limited Warranty and 10 Year Parts Limited Warranty Protection* General Automotive Repairs D.O.T. Inspections QUINTE WEST AUTOMOTIVE 77 Dufferin Ave., Trenton • 613-392-2472 Quinte’s Best Fashion House 168 Dundas St. E. Trenton 613-242-5165 Unique & Trendy Urban Fashions Mention this ad and SAVE On Gift Certificates $60 gift certificate for $50 $120 for $100 $200 for $150 Good Morning, Sunshine! Certificate of Excellence 2013 & 2015 Winner Based on the following rating by Guests on Tripadvisor Nominated Best Breakfast In Ontario Trend Alert This Christmas, Go For The WOW FACTOR We Have The Gifts They Want At Budget Friendly Prices. Blanket Capes Starting at $49 Must be used after December 24th Start your day off right with our hearty and delicious breakfast, fresh-brewed coffee and the friendliest service in town! 613-394-5000 63 Dufferin Ave. Trenton • dowsclimatecare.com Heating and Cooling Products Quality you can feel. *Timely registration required for 10 year parts limited warranty. Limited warranty period is 5 years for parts if not registered within 90 days of installation. Jurisdictions where warranty benefits cannot be conditioned on registration will receive the registered limited warranty periods. If a compressor, coil, or heat exchanger fails due to defect during the applicable No Hassle Replacement limited warranty time period, a one-time replacement with a comparable Tempstar unit will be provided. Please see warranty certificate for further details and restrictions.AFUE stands forAnnual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. Many models are ENERGY STAR© qualified. Ask your contractor for details or visit www.energystar.gov tempstar.com 282 Dundas St. E., Trenton 613-965-6414 Mon. - Fri. 6:30am - 2:00pm Sat. & Sun. 7:30am - 2:00pm Open During Construction Thank you for your patients

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    AD{TS4263301} NOW WELCOMING NEW PATIENTS AT OUR NEW LOCATION 246 Dundas Street E. Trenton, ON K8V1M1 613-392-3939 Family owned, serving your local community since 1994. marinovichdental.com

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    AD{TS3829818} AD{TS4266806} AD{TS3829814} , SHOP LOCAL 10 • SHOP SMART, SHOP LOCAL | August 27, 2015 We Shop Local, We Shop Quinte West FAMILY ONESIES FROM BOYS MICROPOLAR ONESIES ASSORTED, 8-14, #724459 $16 GIRLS HOODED MICROPOLAR ONESIES ASSORTED, 4-14, #729624 $20 LADIES HOODED PLUSH ONESIES ASSORTED, S-XL, #725536 $22 $22 MEN’S HOODED MICROPOLAR ONESIES ASSORTED, S-XL, #727198 $14 $14 266 Dundas St. East Trenton Monday-Saturday 8am - 9pm Sunday 9am - 6pm Lose weight, gain muscle or just maintain health. We carry, dairy & gluten free, all natural products. Vitamins, Proteins, Pre and Post Workout and More. Hot energizing teas, shakes, fruit smoothies, dairy free frozen yogurt. Bring In This Ad & Receive 10% OFF Your Supplement Purchase Can not be combined with any other offer. Valid until Dec. 11/15 10% Military Discount 257 Dundas St. E. Unit 5 Trenton • 613-955-0877 www.thenutritionfactory.ca For Movie Listings & Showtimes log on centretheatre.ca For Movie Listings & Showtimes log on Every centretheatre.ca Tuesday is still only Every$5.00 Tuesday movies is Special only $6.00 Events: movies On-Screen Special Events: Advertising Private On-Screen Film Advertising Showings Private Film Showings Bulk Ticket Sales Fundraisers MoreThan Than Just Just A Movie A Movie Theatre Theatre

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