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Ottawa Redblacks' Henry Burris makes his way to the locker room to join his teammates to celebrate their win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the CFL East Division final in Ottawa Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015. Burris woke up Monday morning still riding high off the emotion of the Redblacks' dramatic victory in the East Division final. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Carley Scharf, Osgoode Youth Association

Carley Scharf, a community developer with the Osgoode Youth Association, accepts her award in the engaged and active category at the fifth annual Growing Up Great award ceremony at the Centurion Conference Centre on Nov. 23.

Allan Rock

The University of Ottawa signed the Montreal Carbon Pledge on Nov. 23. University president Allan Rock said he was proud to see the school sign onto the pledge, which commits the university to analyzing and publishing the carbon footprint of its investment portfolio every year.

High-tech upgrades

The Elmvale Acres library branch will close for one week, beginning at the end of November, to make way for the final installment of self-check-out machines, a new service desk and a new entrance.

Key drivers for success

Sir Terence Matthews, founder and chairman of Wesley Clover International, addresses academic and business leaders, as well as ambassadors and both international and local political representatives during a dinner at Matthews’ Brookstreet Hotel on Nov. 12. The event was part of the inaugural Kanata North International Tour and Dinner, organized by the Kanata North Business Association.

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