Opera Lyra to open 30th season; Four performances of Puccini's Tosca– Image 1

Tyrone Paterson returns as guest conductor to lead Opera Lyra's 30th season debut, Puccini's Tosca starting on Sept. 6.

Opera Lyra to open 30th season; Four performances of Puccini's Tosca

A tale of deception, betrayal and courage will mark the start of Opera Lyra's 30th season.

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Master Yoda's Ottawa adventure comes to an end– Image 1

Yoda says hello to Duke his housemate.

Master Yoda's Ottawa adventure comes to an end

After a long, grueling five weeks, of searching for their missing family cat, Yoda has been returned to his family.

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Motorcycle ride will raise funds for training guide dogs– Image 1

Support Canadian Guide Dogs For the Blind through a charity motorcycle ride Sept. 7.

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Duff Crerar, Elmo Sully and Ross Campbell proudly pose in their new army uniforms after enlisting together in the spring of 1916.

Metcalfe soldier’s letters make way to digital world

In this modern age, no good piece of gossip takes very long to make its way across social media. But one hundred years ago, the best bits of...

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Baker's battle

Greely residents Veronique and Mike Ayling opened their Manotick bakery in August, despite Veronique's ongoing health battles.

Lyme disease can’t keep Manotick baker down

Veronique Ayling has been dreaming of her own cupcake shop for the better part of a decade.

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A parade for all

Faith group members participate in Capital Pride's 2013 parade.

Faith groups ramp up Capital Pride participation

Reverend Ross Hammond has been marching in Ottawa's Capital Pride parade for at least 10 years. For the past three, he's had his rural...

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Massive pepper grinder unveiled; Algonquin cabinetmaking students hope– Image 1

Rod Dagenais demonstrates how Algonquin College's new fivemetre pepper grinder works. The college unveiled the grinder on Aug. 14, where it was measured and submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records.

Massive pepper grinder unveiled; Algonquin cabinetmaking students hope to make Guinness Book of World Record

A group of cabinet making and furniture technician students from Algonquin College are hoping to make the Guinness Book of World Records...

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Ghost bike fitting tribute for tragic accident– Image 1

Paddy Dussault, whose wife, Meg Dussault, died one year ago when a truck struck her bicycle at Bank Street and Riverside Drive, decorates her ghost bike memorial one year after her death.

Ghost bike fitting tribute for tragic accident

For Meg Dussault's family and friends, the spot where she died while riding her bicycle is the apex of both their pain and their peace.

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