5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

    Losing weight can have a lot of side effects that are pretty cool. For some people, it sends diabetes into remission....

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Police launch ‘positive ticketing’ campaign

St. Patrick’s High School students, from left, Belal Chamseddine, 16, Bellal Wehbe, 18, and Karen Mamani, 18, receive vouchers for free Froster slush drinks from Ottawa south community police officer Const. Moe Elmi during their lunch break on May 26.

Police launch ‘positive ticketing’ campaign

Police were waiting for lunching high school students outside of a Mac’s Convenience store on Alta Vista Drive on May 26 to hand out...

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Longtime Elmvale Acres Scouting leader receives City Builder Award

Scout leader Daniel McCarthy, centre, receives a city builder award from Major Jim Watson and Alta Vista Coun. Jean Cloutier ahead of council on May 13. McCarthy has been a volunteer leader for Beaver, Cub, Scout and Venturer troops in the 101st Ottawa Scouting Group for the past 20 years. McCarthy has been the group commissioner for the past 13 years, and in 2013 secured a $8,900 Trillium Foundation grant to update the group’s camping equipment.

Longtime Elmvale Acres Scouting leader receives City Builder Award

Dan McCarthy can still remember his first camping trip as a Beaver leader with the 101st Ottawa Scouting Group. The troop had travelled...

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Growth mindset about facing challenges

Students explain what they’ve learned about having a growth mindset.

Growth mindset about facing challenges, making mistakes: students

When the world says, “Give up,” hope whispers, “Try one more time.”

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And they’re off!

More than 49,000 runners took part in Ottawa’s largest running event on the weekend of May 23-24, raising $800,000 for a variety of local charities. The participation and proceeds from the 41st annual Ottawa Race Weekend set new records for the event, which closed streets throughout the downtown core. 2K, 5K, 10K, half-marathon, kid’s marathon, wheelchair marathon and marathon events were held. Here, the first of 14,000 runners break free from the starting line on the 10K event on May 23.

And they're off!

More than 49,000 runners took part in Ottawa’s largest running event on the weekend of May 23-24, raising $800,000 for a variety of local...

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Ottawa filmmaker brings wild west to Mayfair Theatre

Peter Fonda, left, stars in Brett Kelly’s Jesse James: Lawman, which is set to premier at the Mayfair Theatre in Old Ottawa South on May 28.

Ottawa filmmaker brings wild west to Mayfair Theatre

While Brett Kelly’s new western stars Peter Fonda and is his largest-budget movie to date, it still has a distinctly Canadian flavour.

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Hannibal

Devon Nicholson, aka Hannibal, will wrestle in a match refereed by Patrick Brazeau.

Orléans wrestler to bring show to hometown

Orléans wrestler Devon Nicholson will wrestle in Ottawa for the first time in six years on May 30 when he brings his Great North Wrestling...

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Review wins two awards at provincial competition

Metroland East winners at the Better Newspaper Competition Awards event in Toronto: from left, vice-president and regional publisher Mike Mount, reporters Jessica Cunha, Adam Kveton and Brier Dodge, OCNA president Dave Adsett, reporter Erin McCracken, managing editor Theresa Fritz and reporter Derek Dunn. Missing is news editor Nevil Hunt.

Review wins two third-place awards at provincial competition

The West Carleton Review won two third-place awards and received an honourable mention at the Better Newspaper Competition Awards ceremony...

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3 high school teacher strikes ruled illegal

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Rob Ford released from hospital after surgery

Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford released from hospital after cancer surgery

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Alberta politician sorry for controversial photo, plans to stay on the job

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