Ottawa 2014 municipal election coverage

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your source for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election, happening on Oct. 27.

Ottawa 2014 municipal election

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your headquarters for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election on Oct. 27.

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Watson commits to boosting housing funding– Image 1

Mayor Jim Watson makes a campaign policy announcement on Sept. 7, committing to boosting housing and homelessness initiatives in Ottawa by $2 million if he is re-elected.

Watson commits to boosting housing funding

Housing and homelessness initiatives in Ottawa would get a $2 million boost if he's re-elected, Mayor Jim Watson said in his first campaign...

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Sports schools students balance academics with athletics– Image 1

A Peak Academy student undergoes physiological testing as part of the athletic side of classes at the school, located in the Bell Sensplex.

Sports schools students balance academics with athletics

As students get back into the swing of school, some are choosing to bring more sports into their academic lives.

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Community rallies behind Ottawa man with brain injury– Image 1

Alta Vista resident David Muzaliwa is slowly recovering from a critical brain injury he suffered after he was hit by a car at Bank Street and Heron Road on Aug. 20.

Community rallies behind Ottawa man with brain injury

The afternoon that David Muzaliwa was supposed to show up for work and never arrived, Jilleen Niles was worried sick.

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Breaking the chain of repeat offences– Image 1

The number of inmates in federal prisons is at an all-time high with more than 15,000 this year. Between 2003 and 2013, the federal prison population has risen by 16.5 per cent, close to 2,100 inmates. Critics blame the jump on mandatory sentencing and the federal government's Truth in Sentencing Act, which eliminated the two-for-one credit for time served before conviction.

Breaking the chain of repeat offences

This week the Nepean-Barrhaven News presents the first of a four-part series about recidivism in Ontario.

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Soulful songstresses : Lorde and Serena Ryder hit Folk Fest– Image 1

Serena Ryder performs on Sept. 11 at Ottawa's Folk Festival held at Hog's Back Park. The Millbrook, Ont. native had a large audience at the outdoor music festival. She performed in the last slot of the day after Lorde.

West end burlesque class giving women new lease on life– Image 1

Dance instructor Kari Hummer, centre, leads her transformational burlesque class in a routine on Aug. 29. The class has been pushing women out of their comfort zone and teaching them to feel at home in their own skin, said some of Hummer's students.

West end burlesque class giving women new lease on life

There is nothing wrong with women learning to be sexy and move in their own body, says Kari Hummer.

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CHEO Dream of a Lifetime Lottery prizes announced– Image 1

The 2014 Dream of a Lifetime Lottery is now under way offering more incredible prizes than ever before, including the return of the popular 50-50 cash draw.

CHEO Dream of a Lifetime Lottery prizes announced

The 2014 Dream of a Lifetime Lottery is now under way offering more incredible prizes than ever before, including the return of the popular...

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