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Duff Crerar, Elmo Sully and Ross Campbell proudly pose in their new army uniforms after enlisting together in the spring of 1916.

Metcalfe soldier’s letters make way to digital world

In this modern age, no good piece of gossip takes very long to make its way across social media. But one hundred years ago, the best bits of...

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Baker's battle

Greely residents Veronique and Mike Ayling opened their Manotick bakery in August, despite Veronique's ongoing health battles.

Lyme disease can’t keep Manotick baker down

Veronique Ayling has been dreaming of her own cupcake shop for the better part of a decade.

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Operation Come Home, Kiwanis festival partner for new initiative

The organization Operation Come Home is working with the Kiwanis Music Festival this fall for a new music program aimed at helping at-risk and homeless youth. To start, the organization is looking to form a choir of 20 youth.

Choir aims to reach out to at risk youth

The people behind a new downtown project are hoping to give at-risk and homeless youth something to sing about.

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Kanata author gives an insider’s account on the collapse of East Coast fishing

Local author Gordon Snow shows his latest book, 'From Fishing Boat to Ottawa,' which was published early this summer.

Author gives insider’s account on collapse of East Coast fishing

KANATA - A local author has penned his third book, this time delving deep into his own knowledge of the East Coast fishing business to take...

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St. Patrick’s residents celebrate ‘century of memories’

They have lived a combined total of 715 years, an accomplishment that was celebrated at St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa on Aug. 22 during a group birthday party for Helen Goslinksi, 108, left, Dorothy Guy, 100, Kathleen Kelly, 100, Pauline O’Regan, 102, Andrea Burke, 100, Ruby Torrance, 100, and Edith Wright, 105 (not pictured). They were joined by Mayor Jim Watson, back left, St. Patrick’s vice-president of finance Marilyn Williams, River Ward Coun. Maria McRae and MPP for

St. Patrick’s residents celebrate ‘century of memories’

SOUTH OTTAWA - The year Pauline O’Regan was born the Titanic sank. And as a little girl, she can still recall hiding behind her...

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Super Centretown Garage Sale

Gaëtanne Sartoretto, Émilie Sartoretto and Carl Meyer offer their wares during last year’s inaugural Super Centretown Garage Sale.

Second Super Centretown yard sale set for Sept. 6

Centretown's second-annual neighbourhood-wide garage sale will take place Sept. 6.

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Remembering Mario Theoret

Mario Theoret takes a ride in 2006, seven years before being killed in a collision with a truck in Nepean. A ride is being held in his memory on Aug. 24.

Cyclist killed in collision commemorated with ride fundraiser

News - A well-known leader in Ottawa’s mountain biking community who died when he collided with a truck while cycling to work will be...

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Business owners applaud opening of Hunt Club interchange

Eli Tannis, president of the Ottawa Hawthorne Business Park, left, Gloucester-Southgate Coun. Diane Deans, Mayor Jim Watson and John Fraser, member of provincial parliament for Ottawa South, officially open the interchange at Hunt Club Road and Hwy. 417 on Aug. 21.

Business owners applaud opening of Hunt Club interchange

SOUTH OTTAWA - Business owners and truck drivers are no longer chomping at the bit to shave several precious minutes off their travel times...

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News From Beyond Ottawa Region


GO delays on Barrie, Richmond Hill lines

CN derailment disrupting GO train service on Barrie, Richmond Hill lines



Canada pulling team back from Ebola response

Canada pulling 3 member lab team back from Sierra Leone over Ebola fears



Body of boy, 7, recovered from river

Body of boy missing since Sunday found in river



Labour ministry lays charges in Kingston fire

Ontario Ministry of Labour lays 22 charges in Kingston construction fire



Teen escapes cougar in national park

Edmonton-area teen escapes cougar in Waterton Lakes National Park



Arrest made in condo fraud investigation

Toronto police make arrest in condo fraud investigation in North York



No charges in Trudeau home incident

No charges in Trudeau home incident; police say it was a mistake



RCMP allege parents sexually abused, starved kids

Kids removed from Manitoba home: parents charged with confinement, sex abuse


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