Winning gold medals at national ringette championships

Members of the U19AA Nepean Ravens ringette show of the gold medals they won at the recent Canadian Ringette Championships in Wood Buffalo, Alberta. Pictured, from left, are Hanya Wyatt of Richmond, Samantha Benning of Richmond, Ariana Mahaney of Munster and Emily Hogan of Kanata.

Winning gold medals at national ringette championships

National champions! Not many can lay claim to such an accomplishment but four ringette players from the West Ottawa area – two from...

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Ottawa 67’s draft Guelph Gryphon forward with first pick

Austen Keating became the latest addition to the Ottawa 67’s squad. The Guelph native was drafted by the team in the first round.

Ottawa 67’s draft Guelph Gryphon forward with first pick

A few large dents litter the walls of the Keating family’s basement in Guelph.

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Lost and found

The park and fly at 3600 Uplands had all of its 19 way-finding signs removed last year because of a complaint from the Ottawa Airport Authority. Council passed an interim plan to reinstate seven signs on April 15.

Park and fly signs a ‘compromise’: owner

Seven signs will find their way back to city street corners this spring to point drivers toward the Park’N Fly on Uplands Drive.

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ITR performes

The cast of Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii takes a break during a rehearsal Wednesday, April 15. From the back row is: Andrea Jermacans (as Vivian Bliss), Tim Thibeault (as Bill Scant), Kerrie Whitehurst (as Betty Scant), Len Trembley (as Edgar Chisholm), on couch - Liz Szucs (as Peggy Scant), Jane Brownrigg (as Doris Chisholm), and down in front is Ian Bell (as Peter Prior).

Classic Canadian farce ready to take centre stage in Osgoode

As Canadian stage roles for an actress go, the character of Vivian in Nurse Jane Goes to Hawaii is a doozy.

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Author Charlotte Gray

Writer Charlotte Gray shared her love of Canadian history at a special event held at Manotick’s United Church on April 15.

Gray can’t get enough of Canada’s unique stories

Non-fiction author Charlotte Gray has a deceptively simple goal when she writes a book.

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Pair from Goulbourn develop 'Seed Haven'

Harley Lane, left, vice president of operations for Seed Haven Inc. and Peter Jordan, president of Seed Haven, have developed a gardening produce callled Seed Haven. They are now marketing the product.

Pair from Goulbourn help develop 'Seed Haven'

It’s a new product called Seed Haven that has been developed to maximize yield from vegetable and herb gardens. And it has been conceived,...

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New addition to Stittsville United Pentecostal Church

Stittsville Coun. Shad Qadri, left, goes to cut the red ribbon at the grand opening of the new 12,000 square foot 500-seat auditorium at the Stittsville United Pentecostal Church April 11. Looking on is long time and now retired pastor Rev. Alonzo Dummitt and wife Beverley.

New addition at Stittsville United Pentecostal Church

- It is a project that began in early 2011 but really it is the continuation of a journey that began back in the 1960’s with the founding...

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Manotick summer jobs.

Nepean-Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre, centre, with Watson`s Mill manager Isabelle Geoffroin, to his immediate right, holds up 10 fingers to indicate the number of jobs funding through the Canada Summer Jobs program will create in Manotick this summer.

Feds inject cash into Manotick to put students to work this summer

Nepean-Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre announced at Watson`s Mill April 14 that funding of $38,000 for the Mill and another $13,500 for the...

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