Conversations with a Rattlesnake

Theo Fleury and Kim Barthel speak to students at Frank Ryan Catholic Elementary School on Jan. 21.

Theo Fleury talks trauma and healing at Nepean school

When teacher Kevin McNamara sent a message to Theo Fleury on Twitter, asking the former NHL player to come speak to his students, he wasn’t...

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Hoping to grow

A recreation group in Manotick is fundraising to expand the arena's dressing room area and the community hall above it.

Arena expansion project heating up

If you want something done, you’ve got to do it yourself: that’s the attitude a new alliance of community and recreational groups have taken...

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Supper, music make for 'fabulous night'

Michael McSheffrey, left, sings and plays the guitar while Adam McSheffrey plays a hand drum as they perform at the 'Send a Child to Camp Coffee House' at the St. Philip Parish Hall in Richmond Jan. 24.

Supper, music make for 'fabulous night' in Richmond

“Fabulous, fabulous night.” This is how Rev. Bob Poole summed up the “Send A Child To Camp Coffee House” in support of the parish’s Peru...

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The WITS program at Greely Elementary

School resource officer Cst. Kevin McKale gives Greely Elementary School student Gabrielle Marleau a badge and special handshake during an anti-bullying presentation.

Greely Elementary launches anti-bullying program

Greely Elementary students are introduced to a new anti-bullying campaign.

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Historical society

Flanking the Stittsville Goulbourn Historical Society's banner at the society's January meeting Jan. 20 are Randy Maguire, left, of Harvest Moon Orchard near Carp who was the guest speaker, and Ian Frei, who is the president of the horticultural society.

Historical society learns all about care of apple trees

- Johnny Appleseed is a legendary American pioneer nursery man who introduced apple trees to areas of the United States in the early 19 th...

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Paul Harris Fellow

Rotary Club of Ottawa - Stittsville member Grace Bell, centre, receives a Paul Harris Fellow recognition certificate from Rotary Club of Ottawa - Stittsville president Rosemary Brummell, left, and Rotary District Governor Ariane Carriere.

Paul Harrie Fellow recognition to Grace Bell

She’s a charter member of the ten-year-old Rotary Club of Ottawa – Stittsville. And now she’s also a Pal Harris Fellow. Grace Bell was...

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Multi-faith suite, translation services to remove barriers to supports

Several Ottawa spiritual leaders, including Buddhist leader Bhante Jinananda, left, Imam Samy Metwally with the Ottawa Main Mosque, Swarn Singh Lall with the Ottawa Sikh Society, Linda Eagen, president and chief executive officer of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation, Marlon Oneid, governor with the Canadian Lebanese Chamber of Commerce, and Rabbi Reuven Bulka celebrate the official opening of a new multi-faith and meditation suite at the foundation’s Maplesoft Centre.

Multi-faith suite, translation services to remove barriers to supports

When Marlon Oneid’s mother was diagnosed with cancer, her fight was not only against the brutal disease, but also in her struggle to...

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Fairlea residents invited to embrace winter with Winterfest reboot

Fairlea residents enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride during Fairlea Winterfest community celebrations several years ago. The event is being rekindled this year and will be held at Fairlea Park off Fairlea Crescent on Feb. 8, from 12 to 3 p.m.

Fairlea residents invited to embrace winter with Winterfest reboot

If you can’t beat winter, you might as well get outside and enjoy it, says the president of the Fairlea Community Association.

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