Man in wheelchair struck in Barrhaven while crossing road

Police blocked off south bound traffic on Woodroffe Avenue as they conducted their investigation.

Man in wheelchair struck in Barrhaven while crossing road

An unidentified man in his 50’s suffered serious injuries after a car hit him while he was trying to cross the street in Barrhaven Friday...

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Twin Elms Rugby Park in danger of shutting down

Twin Elm Rugby Park is facing financial problems that are threatening to close the facility down.

Twin Elm Rugby Park in danger of shutting down

The home of rugby in Ottawa is at risk of closing down.

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Price and family

Samantha Price and her parents, Joe and Linda, fight cancer with a little help from the Barrhaven Scottish rugby team.

Barrhaven rugby community rallies to help 24-year-old cancer victim

When Samantha Price first found a small lump on her right breast in September, she thought little of it.

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Christmas pantomime to open at Gladstone Theatre

Chad Connell, Esther Vallins, Will Lamond and Jessica Vandenberg star in Freezing, which opens Dec. 22.

Christmas pantomime to open at Gladstone Theatre

A wintery pantomime inspired by the Disney hit, Frozen, is set to open Dec. 18 at the Gladstone Theatre.

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Ottawa Catholic School Board taps Andrea Steenbakkers’ replacement

Spencer Warren is selected as an Ottawa Catholic School Board trustee for Barrhaven at the Catholic Education Centre on Dec. 11.

Ottawa Catholic School Board taps Andrea Steenbakkers’ replacement

One of the most unusual Ottawa Catholic School Board elections has come to an end, a bit more than a month after the final votes were...

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Algonquin College cements commitment to indigenous education

The heads of schools, which are part of Colleges and Institutes Canada, sign the Indigenous Education Protocol on Dec. 3.

Algonquin College cements commitment to indigenous education

Algonquin College signed a protocol to reinforce the school’s commitment to serving aboriginal students on Dec. 3.

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Two men charged after Merivale Road crash

Ottawa police inspect the scene of a collision on Merivale Road that sent two people to hospital on Oct. 24.

Two men charged after Merivale Road crash

Charges have been laid against two Ottawa drivers who collided with each other in an early morning crash that sent two people to the...

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Non-profits look to help fight violence in city’s schools

Representatives from Ottawa’s school boards and community partners sign the community-based violence/threat risk assessment protocol at the Confederation Education Centre on Dec. 11.

Non-profits look to help fight violence in city’s schools

A number of community organizations have joined Ottawa’s English and French school boards’ fight to snuff out violence in the city’s...

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