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11 steps to winning Black Friday

11 steps to winning Black Friday

1. Make sure it's actually Friday.

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Party Smart

Algonquin College hospitality and tourism bartending students Brad Broder, Brittany Godin and Alex Jobin mix non-alcoholic drinks at a Nov. 26 Party Smart event.

Students suit up to try impaired driving simulator

It’s no secret that many post-secondary students partake in drinking in their new-found surroundings – a situation that can become dangerous...

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Collegial Clark says goodbye to council

City manager Kent Kirkpatrick, left, and Mayor Jim Watson, right, present a photo of Stanley Park, off Stanley Street in New Edinburgh near the Bytown Bridge to outgoing Rideau-Rockcliffe Coun. Peter Clark during the final city council meeting of the term on Nov. 26.

Collegial Clark says goodbye to council

Always known as a jokester around the council table, Rideau-Rockcliffe Coun. Peter Clark said he probably would have been happier as an...

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Brief remarks signal Holmes’ departure after 30 years

City manager Kent Kirkpatrick, left, and Mayor Jim Watson, right, give a photo of the Corktown footbridge to retiring Somerset Coun. Diane Holmes during the final city council meeting of the term on Nov. 26.

Brief remarks signal Holmes’ departure after 30 years

Retiring Somerset Ward Coun. Diane Holmes didn’t’ shed any tears as she bid adieu to the job after nearly 30 years.

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Best totals ever in annual Scout/Guide fall food drive

Members of Stittsville's scouting and guiding communities sort and put in boxes food items collected in the recent Scout/Guide food drive for the Stittsville Food Band.

Best totals ever in annual Scout/Guide foo drive

It was the best totals ever for the annual fall food drive for the Stittsville Food Bank undertaken by Stittsville’s Scout Sections and...

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RVA to discuss fish habitat at meeting

Backhoes stand by as the new fish habitat embayment area at the Richmond Conservation Area along Royal York Street takes shape, providing a new fish spawning and nursery area along the Jock River in Richmond.

RVA to discuss fish habitat at meeting

A recently completed fish habitat embayment project in Richmond will be topic at the next meeting of the Richmond Village Association this...

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Kanata community association delivers bad grade to Canada Post

Canada Post’s decision-making process on where to place community mailboxes is being questioned by the Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association. The association gave the crown corporation a ‘D’ grade in a recent report card on the introduction of the new mailboxes.

Kanata community association delivers bad grade to Canada Post

Canada Post received a poor grade from the Kanata Beaverbrook Association in a recent report card rating the crown corporation’s...

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Hundreds expected to breakfast with Santa in Riverside South

Lesia Gilbert and her sons Brayden, dressed as a little Santa, and Riley, dressed as an elf, are ready for the Christmas season ahead of the Riverside South Community Association’s 11th-annual Breakfast with Santa and evening sleigh rides on Dec. 6.

Hundreds expected to breakfast with Santa in Riverside South

Breakfast with Santa in Riverside South is not only a hot meal, but also a hot-ticket item.

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Police investigating death of Markham woman

Police investigating death of Markham, Ont., woman found lying in driveway

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January pretrial set for soldier in drug case

Canadian Forces member facing drug charges to appear for pretrial in January

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Children's advocate says he needs more powers

Ontario's children and youth advocate wants more powers to investigate

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Mudslide closes eastbound Hwy 403 in Hamilton

Water main break blamed for mudslide blocking eastbound Hwy 403 in Hamilton

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More tests needed on body found in Hamilton

Post-mortem fails to find cause of death for human remains found in Hamilton

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Wynne, Prentice agree to meet on Energy East

Premiers Wynne, Prentice agree to meet to discuss Energy East pipeline project

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Crash closes Highway 17 near Sudbury

Spilled timber causes multi-vehicle crash, closes Highway 17 west of Sudbury

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Toronto airport has enhanced winter plan

Toronto's international airport has enhanced winter operations plan

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Toronto Hydro crews to help New Hampshire

Toronto Hydro sending crews to New Hampshire to help restore power

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Peterborough parents protest high five policy

Peterborough parents to protest city policy on high fives for crossing guards

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Levant ordered to pay $80,000 in lawsuit

Judge orders Ezra Levant to pay Saskatchewan lawyer $80,000 in defamation suit

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