CHEO launches information campaign aimed at curbing anti-vaxx movement

Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose meets with Issac Valdez-Cadet, 8, at CHEO on April 29 during the launch of the hospital’s new immunization campaign and related website.

CHEO launches campaign aimed at curbing anti-vaxx movement

A movement that had been quietly brewing for years leaped to the front page of newspapers recently following a sharp upturn in cases of...

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Shoot for the Cure May 23 in Richmond

Jennifer Lavigne of That Hunting & Fishing store whose family has been impacted by breast cancer, has organized this inaugural “Shoot for the Cure” event in support of breast cancer research. It will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 23, using the indoor archery range at the store.

Shoot for the Cure May 23 in Richmond

According to legend, Robin Hood and his band of merry men used their archery skills in fighting for good causes. Now you can also use...

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Hip hop singer Saidat inspires high school students

Motivational speaker and hip hop artist Saidat poses with some Sacred Heart Catholic High School students following her talk at the school.

Hip hop singer Saidat inspires high school students

Motivational speaker and hip hop singer Saidat gave a roadmap to success in school and life to over 600 grade nine and ten students at...

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Eastway Gardens rocked by city’s third homicide of 2015

Police were called to Tremblay Road at Belfast Road on Sunday, May 3, where a 21-year-old Riverview Park man was shot to death. Police are appealing to anyone who may have heard or seen something when shots were fired to come forward.

Eastway Gardens rocked by city’s third homicide of 2015

Multiple gun shots shattered the early morning quiet Sunday, claiming the life of a 21-year-old Riverview Park man in the small, close-knit...

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Be a hero: Take the bus to Ottawa Comiccon

Ottawa Comiccon organizers recently announced several new initiatives aimed to ease parking and traffic flow during the three-day event at the EY Centre, May 8 to 10.

Be a hero: Take the bus to Ottawa Comiccon

With more than 43,000 people expected to attend the three-day Ottawa Comiccon at the EY Centre this weekend, organizers are hoping new...

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Plant sale

Grassroot Grannies members Stella Val, left, and Shirley Taggart lend a hand during the 2014 annual Plant Sale and Market Place, held by the grannies in Kanata. This year, the grannies are holding their ninth event on May 9.

Grassroot Grannies to host 9th annual plant sale

The Grassroot Grannies are holding their ninth annual plant sale with hundreds of hardy flowers for sale in support of hardworking...

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Who is Alex Trebek?

Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek speaks at a ceremony celebrating the opening of a new alumni hall, bearing his name. The hall was partly funded by some of a $2.4 million donation Trebek gave to his alma mater.

Jeopardy! host unveils uOttawa alumni hall

Despite having hosted one of the most widely-watched game shows in the United States for decades, Alex Trebek never forgot his academic...

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Spring is a busy time for Beavers

Currently Beavers are fixing up their lodges in preparation for the next batch of youngsters, which will be arriving soon.

Spring is a busy time for Beavers

With the recent rise in temperatures have come major changes to the local landscape.

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News From Beyond Ottawa Region

Ontario

OK to bury nuclear waste near Lake Huron: panel

Burying nuclear waste near Lake Huron safest option, panel concludes

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Canada

Notley's motley crew 'from all walks of life'

New kids on the block: Alberta's NDP government a diverse bunch

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World

Clinton campaign chugs along, with new dents

Clinton campaign juggernaut still chugging along, despite a few new dents

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Business

Toronto stock market falls after NDP win

Toronto Stock Exchange falls as investors weigh impact of NDP win in Alberta

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Canada

Canada denounces persecution in Myanmar

Canada's religion envoy denounces persecution of Myanmar Muslims

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Events In Ottawa Region

OVQG Festival of Quilts 2015

Fri May 8 | 10:00 AM

Noye's Fludde by Benjamin Britten

Fri May 8 | 7:00 PM

Being Canadian

Sat May 9 | 7:00 AM

Briargreen Community Garage Sale

Sat May 9 | 8:00 AM

Upcoming Events

Sat May 9 | 9:00 AM

City View Curling Club Garage...

Sat May 9 | 9:00 AM

Elmdale School Used Toy,...

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