Pot shop

The Heavens to Betsy boutique could soon be home to a National Access Cannabis centre, a franchise that helps patients navigate the medical marijuana system.

Marijuana centre coming to Hintonburg

A medical marijuana “gatekeeper” could open its doors this spring on Hintonburg’s main street.

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Big budget

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority has upped its budget 23 per cent to cover several major capital projects this year.

Conservation authority ups 2015 budget for big projects

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority has tabled a budget 23 per cent higher than last year’s to fund a busy year full of capital...

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NCC unveils short list of Lebreton Flats proposals

National Capital Commission chief executive Mark Kristmanson, left, alongside fellow board member Kay Stanley, on Feb. 18 announces the shortlisted groups that will develop proposals for LeBreton Flats.

NCC unveils short list of Lebreton Flats proposals

The Ottawa Senators’ plan for a downtown arena is among the four proposals shortlisted by the National Capital Commission for the...

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Proposed transit fare hike becoming hot-button issue

City councillors answered a number of questions about proposed transit fare increases at budget consultations held across Ottawa earlier this month.

Proposed transit fare hike becoming hot-button issue

The proposed transit fare hike contained within the city’s draft budget seems modest at 2.5 per cent, but at $3.55 a trip, it has some...

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AIDS Committee of Ottawa opens new home

Ottawa-Orleans MPP Marie-France Lalonde, left, Ottawa Centre MPP Yasir Naqvi, Ottawa mayor Jim Watson, Capital Coun. David Chernushenko, ‘Mr. Plow 2014’ Michael LaFramboise, AIDS Committee of Ottawa chairman Gord Asmus, and ACO executive director Khaled Salam were on hand to of the to cut the ribbon on the organization’s new Main Street headquarters on Feb. 9.

AIDS Committee of Ottawa opens new home

Those individuals living with HIV/AIDS have a new home where they can gather, comfort one another and lead the fight against the preventable...

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Searching for memories of Carp Airport

The International Plowing Match was held on the grounds of the Carp Airport in 1952.

Searching for memories of Carp Airport

The Huntley Township Historical Society (HTHS) is seeking help from residents who might recall the early days of the Carp Airport.

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Transit fees would rise 2.5 per cent if budget adopted

Cash fares for OC Transpo riders would rise to $3.55 from $3.45, while adult fares for Presto card users would go to $2.84 from $2.77 if the current draft budget is passed.

Transit fees would rise 2.5 per cent if budget adopted

The city’s draft budget proposes transit fares rise 2.5 per cent on average, shifting the balance so that fares cover more than half the...

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Ontario looks to put the brakes on vehicle speeds

The Ontario government is looking at implementing changes to the province’s residential speed limits, and will host community consultations starting in the spring.

Ontario looks to put the brakes on vehicle speeds

Ottawa drivers could soon find themselves lifting off the gas pedal if the Ontario government has its way.

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