Skateway finally open

Hunt Club family members Dan (left), Ben, Lily, Rena Kaplansky braved the cold weather to be some of the first on the Rideau Canal skate way on Jan. 14. The family bundled up to take part in the opening day with a family outing.

Wonderland tea

Old Ottawa South resident Debbie Davis, left, Orléans residents Lise Beaubien and Jo-Anne Trenholm, and Roxana Alexa of South Keys attend last year's Wonderland Tea Party in support of CHEO and its mental health programs. This year's event takes place March 5.

Medication

Kanata father Sean O’Leary wrote an emotional open letter on Facebook about his family’s experience with addiction following the death of All Saints High School student Chloe Kotval on Valentine’s Day.

Back in the day

Sir Wilfrid Laurier student Joël Séguin holds a photo of school under construction. Sir Wil opened up on Tenth Line Road on Sept. 3, 1991, after moving from Carson Road.

Light rail headed to Moodie Drive

Several west-end leaders celebrated the city's announcement on Feb. 17 that light rail will go to Moodie Drive in Nepean sooner than originally anticipated. Those in celebration mode included Sueling Ching, executive director of the West Ottawa Board of Trade (left), Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley, Kanata-Carleton MP Karen McCrimmon and Kanata North Coun. Marianne Wilkinson.

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