Asparagus ravioli with basil butter

Asparagus ravioli with basil butter offers rich flavour

Asparagus ravioli with basil butter offers rich flavour

The rich flavour of Ontario asparagus is highlighted in these pretty packages that are easily made with purchased wonton wrappers.

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Harmony House fundraiser at Hazeldean Mall

Hazeldean Mall will be holding a fundraiser for Harmony House from March 28 to April 12, hoping to raise $5,000 in customer donations for the women’s shelter.

Hazeldean Mall to hold fundraiser for women’s shelter

Hazeldean Mall is trying to raise money and awareness for a women’s shelter seeking greater recognition and support in Ottawa. Harmony...

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More tasers

Ottawa police will purchase 100 more conducted energy weapons this year, at a cost of $195,938.

Police to purchase 100 more Tasers

Ottawa’s police force has been approved to buy another 100 Tasers for its front-line officers at a cost of nearly $196,000.

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Lockheed Martin looking for Innovation

Lockheed Martin Canada employee Roger Hildesheim shows off an example of the kind of innovation the company is trying to foster at its new 501 Palladium Dr. facility. A glider pilot and instructor, he demonstrated his homemade quadcopter flying machine during a tour of the facility. He contructed the machine out of RC car motors, RC plane props and Wii nunchuck controller acceleromoters.

From Smart boards to smarter battle ships

Lockheed Martin Canada opened up its new facility on Palladium Drive to some of the community on March 12, showing off work for its latest...

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Plan for the future

Sandy Hill resident Chris Bradshaw chats with fellow seniors advocate Margaret Dunn before a consultation on March 18 to refresh the city’s Older Adult Plan to help make Ottawa an age-friendly place to live.

Seniors’ discounts still necessary: advocate

A call to retire seniors’ discounts as Canada’s largest demographic also becomes one of the wealthiest should be carefully weighed to make...

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Protocol protection

The city is facing some pushback over its updated wildlife protection protocol, which asks builders to avoid site clearing during sensitive breeding and hibernation periods.

City giving wildlife protocol more teeth

The debate over new wildlife protection standards is getting a little squirrelly as city planners prepare to bring their new construction...

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New LGBTQ drop in opens at community centre

Two new drop ins for queer and transgender youth are to take place on Thursdays at the Lion Dick Brule Community Centre at 170 Castlefrank Rd., constituting some of the first supports for the queer and transgender community in Ottawa’s west end, says community resource workers. The Kanata Haven Youth Centre’s new drop in started on March 5, while the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre’s program is expected to begin by the end of April.

Lack of programming spurs creation of two LGBTQ youth drop-ins in Kanata

The Kanata Haven Youth Centre held its first monthly drop in for LGBTQ youth and their supporters on March 5 in Glen Cairn, becoming one of...

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Changing the ban

The city's snow removal crews have to work around thousands of cars parked legally and illegally during overnight parking bans.

City mulls parking ban changes

As the city faces a potential $11-million shortfall in its winter maintenance pot, planners in the roads department are gearing up for a...

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