Ottawa 2014 municipal election coverage

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your source for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election, happening on Oct. 27.

Ottawa 2014 municipal election

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your headquarters for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election on Oct. 27.

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Quality of life gap widening in Ottawa, group says– Image 1

Kaitrin Doll, right, an anti poverty and community engagement worker at the Coalition of Community and Health Resource Centres, and Linda Lalonde, left, co-chairwoman of the Ottawa Poverty Reduction Network, discuss how to close the gap between poverty and affluence in Ottawa during a panel discussion on Oct. 7.

Quality of life gap widening in Ottawa, group says

Ottawa offers a great quality of life for residents - those who are affluent. But according to a new report from the local health and...

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Meet the candidate: Teresa Whitmore; Former Belleville coun. wants to – Image 1

Teresa Whitmore

Meet the candidate: Teresa Whitmore; Former Belleville coun. wants to try her hand at Ottawa city hall

A former Belleville city councillor wants to head back to city hall - this time, in Ottawa.

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Potato, mushroom frittata great use for leftover potatoes– Image 1

Potato, mushroom frittata great use for leftover potatoes

Potato, mushroom frittata great use for leftover potatoes

Here is a tasty way to use up leftover cooked potatoes. Serve for breakfast, brunch or a light supper. Preparation time: 10 minutes. Cooking...

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Fire causes more than $500,000 in damage– Image 1

Ottawa firefighters work to extinguish a fire at 119 Saphir Ave. in Navan on Oct. 5.

Fire causes more than $500,000 in damage

News -Seven people have been displaced after a kitchen fire burned down a Navan home. Firefighters were called to 119 Saphir Ave. on Oct. 5...

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Horse riding programs return to Nepean equestrian park– Image 1

Grace McCloskey jumps a gate during one of her first classes at the former Nepean national equestrian park north of Corkstown Road after the Wesley Clover Foundation began leasing the NCC property.

Horse riding programs return to Nepean equestrian park

Riders are back in the saddle at the former Nepean national equestrian park, where the Wesley Clover Foundation has taken over and committed...

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Ottawa boy wins shopping spree of a lifetime– Image 1

Liam Elder has three minutes to grab everything he can at the Toys 'R' Us at the St. Laurent Shopping Centre on Oct. 21.

Ottawa boy wins shopping spree of a lifetime

Liam Elder has only three-minutes to grab as many toys as possible.

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Watson proposes ward traffic-calming funds– Image 1

Incumbent mayoral candidate Jim Watson said he'd boost road-safety funding by $6 million in the next term of council, including ward-specific pools of money that would give councillors control over local traffic-calming projects.

Watson proposes ward traffic-calming funds

Mayor Jim Watson says he has a solution for a problem city councillors spent much of the last term bickering over - traffic calming. In a...

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