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6 food ingredients that sound dangerous, but aren’t

6 food ingredients that sound dangerous, but aren’t

    It seems that the more food information becomes available to us, the more food misinformation seems to spread as well....

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Firefighters contain Carp brush fire

Firefighters worked quickly to contain a brush fire in Carp on May 4. The call came in around 2:10 p.m., with fire services stating the fire was contained, but not out completely, within a half hour.

Firefighters contain Carp brush fire

Firefighters worked quickly to contain a brush fire in Carp on May 4.

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CloudLab makerspace

PrototypeD Team and the Quartier Vanier BIA are set to open new mobile design studio in Vanier this summer.

‘CloudLab’ looks to spark conversation in Vanier

A new mobile collaborative design studio is set to make its first pit stop in Vanier this summer. Ottawa-based design firm PrototypeD...

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Bike corrals

A pilot bike corral program is returning to past locations in the Glebe and Hintonburg this summer.

Bike corrals return to Glebe and Hintonburg for summer

East end residents are hoping a bike corral could be coming to a curb nearby this summer. The city is set to renew its bike corral...

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Patios coming

Elgin Street patios are here to stay, after council voted to permanently approve the project after a pilot period on April 29.

City staff working on new patio pilot

Patios could be coming to parking spaces in front of select restaurants downtown this summer.

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Rachel Aubry

Rachel Aubry competes in a race prior to the World Relays championships in Nassau, Bahamas.

Sprinter’s full-time focus on the track paying off

Rachel Aubry has been leaving it all on the track, focusing full-time on her running for the first time ever.

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No more prayer at council

The fallout from a recent Supreme Court ruling is that when it comes to municipal councils, prayers are better left to the church, such as this one, just down the road on Elgin Street from Ottawa’s city hall, where there will no longer be a prayer said before city council meetings.

Court ruling leaves councillors considering new opening to meetings

City council stopped its traditional pre-meeting prayer following a Supreme Court ruling last month, leaving a bit of an uncomfortable...

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Open house

Construction on the Confederation Line West LRT Extension will involve transforming existing transit stations and constructing new ones.

Final LRT western extension open house reveals recommendations

The city revealed recommendations for the western light rail extension on April 29, which included removing and adding stations along the...

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