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20 things daughters should say to their mom

20 things daughters should say to their mom

1. Is it whites and colours in warm/warm or warm/cold or cold/cold? Because all my underwear are already...

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Glen Cairn rallying behind 10-year-old with cancer

Paytan McEwan, top, along with her mom, Keri, left, and sister, Hailey, have had their world flipped upside down after Paytan was diagnosed with leukemia in mid-September. The Glen Cairn community has since rallied behind the family, fundraising on their behalf.

Glen Cairn rallies behind 10-year-old fighting cancer

Friends and neighbours are fundraising to support the family of a 10-year-old Glen Cairn girl battling cancer.

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RA Centre reaches deal with striking employees

Twenty-seven striking RA Centre employees went back to work last Sunday after they and their employer reached an agreement for a new two-year contract.

RA Centre reaches deal with striking employees

A three-day strike by employees at the RA Centre ended Sunday afternoon after they reached a deal with their employer.

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Association looking to fill executive positions

The Vanier Community Association holds an annual holiday party, this year it will take place on Dec.9. The group, meets every second Tuesday of the month at the Richelieu-Vanier Community Centre is currently looking for interested residents to join the board this winter.

Association looking to fill executive positions

The Vanier Community Association is looking for passionate residents to join its team.

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Clifford Bowey seeking online votes to move forward with dream playground

Diners enjoy a three-course gourmet meal during a fundraising dinner hosted by Clifford Bowey Public School. The event generated $14,000 for the construction of a new accessible playground for senior students. The project is a contender for a $100,000 Aviva Community Fund prize, and votes are needed.

Clifford Bowey seeking online votes for dream playground

With 10 clicks of a computer mouse – by each voter once a day for 10 days – senior students at Clifford Bowey Public School could begin...

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City ‘blindsided’ by NCC’s light-rail decision

National Capital Commission chairman Russell Mills announces the board’s decision on its conditions for light-rail along the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway during a Nov. 21 press conference. Fred Gaspar, the NCC’s transportation co-ordinator and Arto Keklikian, principal transportation planner for the NCC, were also on hand.

City ‘blindsided’ by NCC’s light-rail decision

A train tunnel is the only way the National Capital Commission will allow the city to run light rail along the Sir John A. Macdonald...

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More businesses for Bronson Avenue concerns residents

Bronson Avenue was reconstructed in 2012 and 2013 as an arterial road, but now a south-end community association president is worried the road's function as a traffic thoroughfare is threatened by a city plan to allow more businesses along Bronson's north end.

More businesses for Bronson Avenue concerns residents

A south Ottawa community association president is worried about the traffic implications of the city’s move to allow “traditional main...

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St. Pat’s Irish already eyeing provincial championships

Tina St. Amour and Matt Koeslag, who coach the St. Patrick’s Catholic High School varsity boys’ basketball team, saw more than 60 students participate in pre-tryout training in September in their hopes of securing one of 15 spots on the competitive team.

St. Pat’s Irish already eyeing provincial championships

Green may be the colour of their jerseys, but gold is the preferred colour of players on St. Patrick’s Catholic High School varsity boys’...

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