The Rideau Trail Association is calling on the city's hikers to help demystify the activity and get people out on the trails.
Dave Smith talks about his charity working during the 10th anniversary community breakfast for the Greater Nepean Chamber of Commerce held at the Cedarhill Golf and Country Club on April 8. The chamber donated $2,000 to the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre.
Dave Smith might have raised more than $150 million for charity, but he's never forgotten where he came from.
Otto Dix, Zerfallender Kampfgraben (Trench in Ruins), 1924. In this print, German artist Otto Dix depicts a First World War trench in the aftermath of violent shelling. In the dark, crumbling ground, bodies and skeletons merge with the earth. In the distance, Dix uses light, a tradiSee tional symbol of hope, to expose an endless field of shell holes.
The Canadian War Museum is offering a view of the First World War right from the trenches, as interpreted by professional artists and...
A ditch at the corner of Roger Stevens Drive and Third Line Road is filled with water and debirs during the rain on April 8. The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority issued flood warnings on April 10.
Rising water levels in streams and rivers in the Ottawa area kept the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority on its toes and waterfront...
Earl Grey rhubarb tea cakes
These pretty tea cakes feature a sweet-tart rhubarb filling and creamy rhubarb glaze that is complemented by the Earl Grey tea flavour....
The Greely Gardeners Group is looking to residents to help beautify the village.
The Greely Gardeners Group is helping to keep the community beautiful.
Watson's Mill presents Westward Ho for the Vikings: Iceland, Greenland and North American Settlements, as part of their community lecture series on April 23.
From Noah Hill and Emily Pearson play murder on the subway on April 9. It's a game the Just Kiddin' Theatre group enjoys at the end of rehearsals for their upcoming play Father Figure.
For a couple hours every week you get to be someone else.
Youth players enjoy a game of soccer last summer.
The Metcalfe Community Soccer program needs volunteers if it's going to continue, said administrator Pam Furlong.
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