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Police investigators examine a damaged bicycle at the intersection of Clyde and Lotta avenues on the morning of Nov. 26. A male cyclist in his 40s was killed after being struck by a garbage truck.
Paramedics were called to the scene of a fatal collision on Clyde Avenue at Lotta Avenue on the morning of Nov. 27.
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Milt Mitchelmore, a volunteer with the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre, stocks food at the resource centre’s food bank. The food bank will distribute extra food for Christmas, as well as provide clients with a grocery store gift card to purchase some special extras.
The Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre will co-ordinate food and toy sponsorship for over 200 local families this Christmas.
From left, Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School co-presidents Jenna Braham and Cameron Dunfee inside a toy display set up in the school’s rotunda. Community members can donate toys to be passed on to Toy Mountain by Dec. 17.
Students and staff at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School celebrated the launch of their 2014 Toy Mountain campaign on Nov. 24.
Fifteen candles are lit during the annual Dec. 6 vigil at the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre. The vigil is held on the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women to honour the 14 women killed in 1989 by a psychologically disturbed gunman at École Polytechnique. The day also recognizes all women and children impacted by violence by lighting a 15th candle.
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John Marshall, president of the Canterbury Community Association, and Jessica Hughes, association vice-president, were among a bevy of volunteers who organized the annual Canterbury Community Association’s annual Christmas Craft Fair, held Nov. 16. More than 80 vendors and artisans took part, drawing hundreds of people, some of whom arrived early before the fair got underway.
They come in droves and leave with smiles on their faces.
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Maple syrup is turned into taffy as it cools on snow – one of the many activities Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley anticipates residents in Monahan Landing and nearby Bridlewood could take part in after he raises the funds for a community-run sugar bush in the area.
A stand of sugar maple trees in Monahan Landing south of Bridlewood could be the area’s gateway to fresh, free syrup.
The Kanata-Hazeldean Lions largest donation in its history goes to Ottawa Hospital Eye Institute on Nov. 25. The $25,000 will help purchase a piece of equipment expected to make better diagnoses of eye problems that often require surgery at the institute. From left are Dr. Kashif Baig of the institute, Lion Todd Sloan and Kanata-Hazeldean Lions Club president Peter Henry and his guide dog Kane.
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