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12 Superbowl snacks you’ll want to have ready for game day

12 Superbowl snacks you’ll want to have ready for game day

    It's Superbowl season and you know what that means - hungry men and women flooding to sports bars or hosting their...

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2940 Baseline Rd.

Part of a proposed 492-unit development is expected to be built at 2940 Baseline Rd.

Proposed high-rise towers on Baseline Road move closer to becoming reality

Developers have submitted a site plan for a high-rise residential development on Baseline Road, almost four years after it was first...

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Kim de Bellefeuille-Percy

Kim de Bellefeuille-Percy, whose children attend St. Elias Child Care & Family Resource Centre in the Mooney’s Bay Park neighbourhood, is one of many parents at the centre who have been left to find alternate childcare after the centre announced last week it would be closing its doors on Feb. 20 due to financial woes.

St. Elias daycare closure leaves parents scrambling

Absolutely devastated and angry – that’s how Kim de Bellefeuille-Percy felt the day she received a letter confirming the news that St. Elias...

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1 million trees

Mayor Jim Watson plants a tree at the official Tree Ottawa launch in October at Champlain Park.

Tree Ottawa asks Nepean to help plant one million trees

Tree Ottawa is asking Nepean residents to help reach their goal of planting one million trees by Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017.

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Former candidate creates community council

Former West Carleton-March council candidate Jonathan Mark, right, is making good on his campaign promise of a “louder rural voice.” Tracey Smith-Jardine, left, sits on the council along with a number of others who worked on his election campaign team.

Former candidate creates community council

Former West Carleton-March council candidate Jonathan Mark is making good on his campaign promise of a “louder rural voice.”

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Kinburn Winter Wonderland

The Gelineau family, from left, dad Gil, Callum, 2, Gilbert, 4, and mom Meghan, enjoy the milder temperatures on Jan. 18 with a skate on the Dunrobin rink. The Kinburn Winter Wonderland Weekend hosts a free skating party on Feb. 6 from 7-9 p.m, and Feb. 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Indoor, outdoor fun for all ages at Kinburn Winter Wonderland

There’s something for everyone at this year’s Kinburn Winter Wonderland Weekend, taking place Feb. 5 to 7.

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MPP admits to receiving free booze, rooms from brewer

Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren admits that he was “a bit naïve” to accept free beer and a free room from a brewer.

MPP admits to receiving free booze, rooms from brewer

Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren admits that he was “a bit naïve” to accept free beer and a free room from a brewer.

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Student residences proposed for Brookfield Road

A Montreal-based real-estate development company is looking to develop a parcel of land at 770 Brookfield Rd. in Ottawa’s Riverside Park neighbourhood into a multi-phase rental apartment complex marketed to post-secondary students. A public open house on the proposed project is planned for Feb. 2 at Brookfield High School.

Student residences proposed for Brookfield Road

A Montreal-based developer is looking to turn a vacant swath of Brookfield Road into a mecca for post-secondary students seeking rental...

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Ontario won't close all underused schools

Sandals says not all 600 underutilized schools in Ontario will close

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