Second candidate drops out of Innes Ward race

Roland Steida was an Innes Ward candidate for the October municipal election, but he has dropped out of the race.

Second candidate drops out of Innes Ward race

For the second time in this election, a candidate has dropped out of the municipal election race in Innes ward.

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Cheese tostaditas with nectarine salsa an easy appetizer– Image 1

These chips are an easy appetizer that is sure to impress. your fingertips better than

Cheese tostaditas with nectarine salsa an easy appetizer

Lifestyle -These colourful bites are a hit with all ages. Make and refrigerate ingredients ahead of time, then have friends or family help...

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Ottawa raises flag to mark pride week– Image 1

From left, Police Chief Charles Bordeleau, Mayor Jim Watson, Capital Pride chair Jodie McNamara, U.S. ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman and his wife Vicki and MPP John Fraser raise the rainbow flag in recognition of Capital Pride at city hall on Aug. 18.

Ottawa raises flag to mark pride week

The rainbow colours made their way up the flag mast at city hall on Aug. 18 to mark Capital Pride, a week-long festival in the city.

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Challenge makes Orléans woman with ALS 'smile unbelievably'– Image 1

Eugene Melnyk, owner of the Ottawa Senators, left, and the team's top defenceman Erik Karlsson are doused with icy water outside the Canadian Tire Centre in Kanata on Aug. 19 as part of a charitable ice-bucket challenge. The spread of the ice bucket challenge has seen the ALS Society receive over a quarter of a million in donations.

Challenge makes Orléans woman with ALS 'smile unbelievably'

The regional manager for ALS Canada says donations and awareness have skyrocketed since the ALS ice bucket challenge went viral.

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Students helping students– Image 1

Purchasing used books or furniture from other students can be a good way to free up budget space for students.

Students helping students

On top of all the necessities needed for school, buying new textbooks can be an added cost. Students can count on each other to save a...

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Lansdowne's park comes alive– Image 1

Once completed, a skate park will be one of the features to be discovered at the new park at Lansdowne.

Lansdowne's park comes alive

After two years of construction, the public will finally get a chance to see what Lansdowne Park looks like with its decades-old layer of...

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Business owners applaud opening of Hunt Club interchange– Image 1

A cone - soon to be moved - sits at the official opening of the interchange at Hunt Club Road and Hwy. 417 on Aug. 21.

Business owners applaud opening of Hunt Club interchange

Business owners and truck drivers are no longer chomping at the bit to shave several precious minutes off their travel times between the...

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CHEO using technology to link family doctors, specialist physicians– Image 1

CHEO is now using a high-tech service that provides family doctors and specialist physicians with a secure way to communicate online. The eConsult service is designed to reduce wait times for consultations and improve care for patients.

CHEO using technology to link family doctors, specialist physicians

The region's children's hospital is now using a new hightech service that has already proven effective in reducing the time it takes to...

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