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Top 8 worst first date ideas

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New merchants group formed in Lowertown

A group of more than 20 businesses on Dalhousie Street have formed their own merchants association.

New group wants to showcase Dalhousie St. businesses

When tourists venture into the ByWard Market, they seldom wander further north than Murray Street – something more than 20 businesses in the...

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Youth theatre

From left, Adam Linton and Alex Aronovici, both 12, perform the roles of Genie and Aladdin in Wiggly Tooth Productions’ 2013 performance of Aladdin.

By kids for kids: Nepean youth stage Peter Pan musical

When Adam Linton realized his school had never held a student play in the time he’d been there, he decided to take matters into his own...

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Hydro protest

Protesters at the Hydro One Enough is Enough rally outside the Carling Avenue office of Liberal MPP and Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli on April 18. The protest saw angry residents from the Ottawa area speak up about the high cost of hydro in Ontario.

Protesters put heat on province over hydro prices

Dozens of Ottawa area residents gathered in front of Ontario Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli’s office on April 18 to protest lofty hydro...

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Canine police sniff out theft suspect

A federal parolee is back behind bars after he was arrested for allegedly stealing a vehicle from a car dealership south of Findlay Creek on April 16. A police officer’s leg was grazed by the fleeing car, but he did not require medical treatment.

Canine police sniff out theft suspect

An Ottawa police officer’s leg was grazed by a suspected stolen vehicle fleeing the lot of a car dealership near Bank Street and Rideau...

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West Carleton Legion to hold elections May 14

The West Carleton Legion executive includes, in front from left, second vice-president Alf Currie, president Arleen Morrow, Bernadette Day (membership), and secretary Bev Berry; and in back Sgt.-in-Arms Bill Berry, third vice-president Harriet Farrell, Murray Gordon (executive committee), and treasurer Virginia Blondin. Missing from the photograph is first-vice-president Jim Wilson. Nominations are being accepted for a new executive to be elected May 14.

West Carleton Legion to hold elections May 14

The West Carleton Legion in the Bay had an eventful term with the present executive and will be moving on via Branch elections coming up on...

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Coffee house held at South Carleton

Kathryn Fitzgerald, left, since 'The Hanging Tree' as she is accompanied by Nick Lefebvre on keyboard at the coffee house at South Carleton High School in Richmond April 9.

Coffee house held at South Carleton

- Music coffee houses have become a tradition at South Carleton High School in Richmond, going on now for 14 years. The final coffee...

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Matthew House fundraiser

Matthew House executive director Miriam Rawson, left, and volunteer Claire Haas in front of Matthew House, located along Centrepointe Drive in Nepean.

Shelter for refugee claimants holding first variety show fundraiser

An organization that supports newcomers to Ottawa who are seeking refugee status is holding a variety show fundraiser at Kanata Baptist...

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