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Margaret Noble receives Goulbourn Skating Club's community builder award

Goulbourn Skating Club coach Alex Norton, centre, presents the club's awards for the Canpower program in Richmond to Abby Allan for most improved skater and David Godin for most dedicated skater.

Margaret Noble receives Goulbourn Skating Club's community builder award

Goulbourn Skating Club member Margaret Noble received the Club’s community builder award at its recent year-end awards ceremony. The...

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Keeping owners, pet together

Tanya Dennee and Richard McNeill, accompanied by Dennee’s two Yorkshire terriers, are co-founders of the Pet Resource Bank along with Kimberley Knapp. The organization helps people keep their pets at home, instead of having to surrender them, when experiencing financial or health difficulties.

Pet Resource Bank helps owners keep pets at home

A new resource bank for pets and their owners is helping people keep their furry friends instead of having to surrender them to shelters.

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Ottawa police urge residents to 'mind their valuables'

Police are urging people not to leave valuables in their vehicles and to lock their homes and cars up tight to deter potential thieves from striking.

Ottawa police urge residents to 'mind their valuables'

Summer is in full swing, which can mean a rise in crimes of opportunity. But police are hoping to head those off at the pass by...

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Options Bytown celebrates 25 years

The Options Bytown board of directors celebrate the charity’s 25th year an anniversary gala celebration, including Jamie Burr, front left,Colleen Hoey, Shanley Matthews, Frank O’Dea, Natasha Poushinsky and Kutty Duhamel, and Lorraine Bentley, back left, Brian Davidson, Glenn Wasson and Dave Lo.

Options Bytown celebrates 25 years of ‘housing, supporting and enriching lives’

For the last 25 years, Options Bytown has been helping some of Ottawa’s most vulnerable people get back on their feet.

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Headed to Pan Am Games

Kanata-raised Lucinda Nowell performs with her rhythmic gymnastics group at Carleton University in 2014. Nowell and her team are off to her first Pan Am Games in Toronto this July.

Work pays off for Kanata gymnast headed to Pan Am Games

Lucinda Nowell’s career in rhythmic gymnastics has been steadily progressing since the age of six, through thousands of hours of training...

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Classic car show

The 11th annual Carp Show ’n’ Shine will feature a host of antique vehicles, like this 1932 Chev Coyne owned by Gerald Watson.

Carp Show ’n’ Shine to feature best in antique vehicles

This year’s Carp Show ’n’ Shine will still feature the best antique vehicles at the event Saturday, July 11, but liability concerns means no...

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Critical condition

Police are investigating an incident in which a teen was seriously injured after he fell from the back of a moving vehicle in Bells Corners just before midnight on July 2.

Teen seriously injured after falling from van

A teenage boy was treated for head trauma and road rash on his arms and legs after he fell from a moving vehicle on July 2 in Bells Corners.

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War Memorial proposed for Carp

A rendering of what the West Carleton War Memorial will look like once construction is complete.

Land transfer fees waived for West Carleton War Memorial

The West Carleton War Memorial passed another hurdle bolstering hopes it will be completed by this year's Remembrance Day.

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Four people injured after car plummets 5 metres into Black Creek in Toronto



Peel police officer charged after gun stolen

Peel Regional Police officer, 43, charged after gun stolen from car



Labour dispute still affecting Toronto airport

Air Canada warns of possible disruptions after job action at Toronto airport



Man charged in Toronto double homicide

Man, 23, charged in Toronto double homicide; 2 men shot in highrise on June 28



Charges laid in fatal hit and run in Milton

Oakville woman, 33 facing multiple charges in fatal hit and run in Milton



Loblaw workers to vote on new offer

Strike deadline pushed back to July 11 as Loblaw workers vote on amended offer



Ontario man pleads guilty to killing father

Georgina, Ont., man pleads guilty to 2nd-degree murder in father's death



Man, 23, dies days after Kitchener assault

Man now faces manslaughter charge in Kitchener attack after victim dies


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