Lazar, Karlsson lead Senators over Leafs-Image1

Ottawa Senators' Curtis Lazar (27) celebrates his second goal of the game with teammate Ryan Dzingiel as Toronto Maples Leafs' Matt Hunwick (2), Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau (15), goalie Jonathan Bernier (45) and Byron Froese (56) react during third period NHL action, in Ottawa on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. The Ottawa Senators beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-1. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand

Old family photo

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Pink Lounge opens

Carrie Irvine, left, marketing director at the St. Laurent Shopping Centre, Trina Fraser, Bust a Move co-chair, Nicole Burris, Bust a Move honourary co-chair, Melissa Shabinsky, co-chair, and Krista Kealy, co-chair, cut a ribbon to open up the Bust a Move Pink Lounge at the St. Laurent Shopping Centre on Feb. 6. The lounge is a decorated space dedicated to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation event.

Abbeydale shots fired

Police believe a home in the 300 block of Abbeydale Circle in Morgan’s Grant was fired upon early in the morning on Feb. 5, waking the home’s owner. She later found a hole in a bedroom window and bullet fragments in the house.

Labour Council calls foul over holiday shopping in Glebe

Mayor Jim Watson takes questions about a council decision that will allow Glebe businesses to remain open during six statutory holidays on Feb. 10.

Giving back

CHEO patient and Nunavut resident Monica Sheapik, 15, shows a photo of her puppy dog to Melinda Currey, right, girlfriend of Ottawa Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson. Several of the players’ wives and girlfriends made pre-Valentine’s Day crafts with patients during their first group visit to the hospital on Feb. 10. It wasn’t Currey’s visit to the hospital. As a child growing up in the Billings Bridge community of Alta Vista, Currey and her parents often visited CHEO kids.

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