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10 Halloween costumes worth seeing...

10 Halloween costumes worth seeing...

Looking for some costume ideas? Here’s a list to get your creative juices flowing!

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Ottawa 2014 municipal election coverage

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your source for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election, happening on Oct. 27.

Ottawa 2014 municipal election

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your headquarters for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election on Oct. 27.

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Ottawa honours slain Cpl. Nathan Cirillo

Dozens of Ottawa residents wore red and white and carried Canada flags as they gathered outside the McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home and Chapel in south Ottawa to pay their respects on Oct. 24. Members of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo’s family, including his girlfriend Andrea Polko, mother Kathy Cirillo and aunt Teresa Thompson, travelled in a funeral limousine behind the hearse carrying the remains of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. The funeral procession got underway around 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 24, and was escorted at dif

Ottawa honours slain Cpl. Nathan Cirillo

In a touching tribute to murdered soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and his grieving family, dozens of Ottawa residents, many of them from south...

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War Memorial shooting leaves soldier dead

A massive police presence blankets Parliament Hill and surrounding areas in the early afternoon of Oct. 22, following shootings at the Canadian War Memorial and the Parliament Buildings. A gunman was shot dead within the building shortly after a Canadian soldier was shot and killed at the War Memorial.

Day of violence shocks capital

Following a whirlwind of violence that gripped the capital, Canadians were reminded that they are “not immune” to the scourge of terror.

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Poppy placement

Gov. Gen. David Johnston helps launch the 2014 national poppy campaign at Rideau Hall on Oct. 21 by pinning a poppy on Jean Spear a war bride from the Second World War. Poppies will be available starting Oct. 31.

Governor General launches 2014 poppy campaign

Starting Oct. 31, the annual symbol of remembrance will be available to pin on your lapel.

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Long-time crime prevention advocate

At a recent Crime Prevention Vanier walkabout, Lucie Marleau, front left, launched a fall initiative encouraging residents to keep their porch lights on. Marleau will receive a Crime Prevention Ottawa volunteer award on Nov. 3 for her efforts in the Vanier community.

Vanier resident's hard work reaps reward

Ever since Lucie Marleau moved to Vanier, she hasn't stopped working to reduce crime in the neighbourhood and make her community a safer...

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Human Rights expert to share thoughts on genocide

Bernie Faber, one of the country’s leading experts on human rights and race relations, will speak at the Soloway Jewish Community Centre on Nov. 9 as part of the Jewish Federation of Ottawa’s annual Holocaust Education Month.

Human Rights expert to share thoughts on genocide

A leading human rights expert will talk genocide during the launch of the Jewish Federation of Ottawa's Holocaust Education Month at the...

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Remembrance services begin

Legion branches will host a number of Remembrance ceremonies around Osgoode and Rideau-Goulbourn wards beginning Nov. 1.

Remembrance services begin Nov. 1 across Osgoode, Rideau

The Osgoode, Greely and Manotick branches of the Royal Canadian Legion will host a number of Remembrance Day services across Osgoode and...

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News From Beyond Ottawa Region

Canada

Feds lose bid to delay refugee health case

Time is up on changes to refugee health care, court tells government

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Ontario

OPP officer charged with assault

Female OPP officer charged in alleged domestic assault in North Bay

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Ontario

Couple charged in Toronto break-ins, sex assaults

Man faces more than 90 charges in break-ins, sex assaults in Toronto's west end

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World

'Grim Reaper' attacks woman in California home

Intruder dressed as Grim Reaper attacks woman in her San Diego County home

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Ontario

Woman charged after parking officer hit by car

Woman, 43, charged after parking officer hit by car in midtown Toronto

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