2014 a busier construction season than last year, city

Ottawa residents should brace for an even busier road construction season than last year, the city says.

Greek salad kabobs loaded with vegetables

Greek salad kabobs loaded with vegetables

Kabobs are a fun, quick and easy way to serve vegetables. Turn them into a meal by adding cooked, cubed pork or lamb and serve in a pita....

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Gloucester students to canvas for Daffodil Month

Gloucester students to canvas for Daffodil Month

Gloucester High School students will participate in a Daffodil Month blitz on April 23.

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Michael Urminsky is running for school board trustee.

Urminsky running for Innes-Beacon Hill-Cyrville trustee seat

Michael Urminsky is running for school board trustee in the English public board for zone 12, which encompasses Innes Ward and Beacon...

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Tad Milmine, left, and Austin Bender, right, in the Senate ahead of a March 27 session. Milmine was inspired by the story of Ottawa's Jamie Hubley, a teen who took his own life after years of bullying, to start the anti-bullying progam Bullying Ends Here.

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In October 2011, Tad Milmine was browsing the Internet when he came across a news story about Jamie Hubley, a Kanata teenager who took his...

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Purple Day founder Cassidy Megan speaks to attendees at Purple Day for Epilepsy on March 29 at Ottawa City Hall.

Day of Purple recognizes epilepsy

From purple shirts to purple face paint and even a few purple hair extensions, the theme at city hall on March 29 was clear: purple was in.

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Ottawa Fury forward Carl Haworth, left, keeps a Syracuse Orange winger to the outside. The teams met in a pre-season friendly game on March 29 in Gatineau.

Fury fight back for draw with Orange

The Ottawa Fury came back from behind twice to draw Syracuse University Orange 2-2 on March 29.

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Paralympic athletes from the Ottawa area were honoured by CIBC on Friday, March 28. Five paralympians, including two members of Canada's bronze medal winning sledge hockey team were in attendance.

Local Sochi paralympians honoured

Local athletes from the 2014 Sochi Paralympics were honoured by CIBC at their South Keys banking centre on March 28.

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From left at back, Dan Smith, Matt Irish, middle row, Beverly Anger-Nelson, Sarah Kidder, Candace Plotz, Kelly James, Patrick Greer, and front, Aiden, William, Lindsay (holding Gwen).

Designers unite for family with ill child

William Greer is your average five-year-old: He enjoys video games and playing outside with his friends. Through his care-free, funloving...

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Seven year-old cancer patient Michael Meehan helped kick offthe Canadian Cancer Society's Daffodil Campaign on April 1 with Governor General David Johnston. The campaign sells daffodil pins and fresh daffodils to help raise funds for cancer research.

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Dylon Mitchell, 4, works on his football skills with Carleton Ravens' player Connor Picco. The last session of the Be a Bengal not a Bully program ran on March 29 at the Hornet's Nest. The Orléans Bengals Football Club partnered with the Carleton University team to run a special skills session to finish winter training.

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Coronation Street stars Mikey North, left, and Ian Puleston-Davies wave to the crowd as they take the stage at the Shenkman Arts Centre on March 30. The two British TV stars did an interview-style show at the Orléans arts centre as a part of their Men at Work tour. On the show, they play characters Owen Armstrong and Gary Windass.

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A snowgirl on York Mills Drive tells Mother Nature how she feels about our long, cold winter.

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Evan Lalonde, 3, tries out the drum set at the grand opening of the Orléans School of Rock on March 29. The music school is located on St. Joseph Boulevard. Students will present community performances, performing in groups as rock bands.

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Theland Kicknosway performs a dance at the annual Ottawa Children and Youth Traditional Powwow at Carleton University on March 29. Theland, 10, lives in Nepean but is from Walpole Island. The pow wow featured many dances, as well as traditional crafts for sale.

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