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Top 9 creepiest bugs in Ontario

Top 9 creepiest bugs in Ontario

    When I got the go-ahead to write this list, I immediately regretted suggesting it. Just researching it gave me the...

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Art of quilting alive in Stittsville

Mary Lajoie, left, who designs quilts, and Shirley Lambert, hold up a quilt entitled 'Blue Dogwood' which Lajoie designed and Lambert made. Both are members of the Poole Creek Quilters.

Art of quilting showcased in Stittsville

Quilting is alive and well in Stittsville. Indeed, it’s more than “alive and well.” It’s booming! Just ask the Poole Creek Quilters, a...

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30th for food cupboard

Kanata Food Cupboard volunteer Nancy Swanson takes a look at the next bag of donated food she will help sort through at the food cupboard’s warehouse in north Kanata on May 13. The food cupboard will be celebrating Swanson and people like her during the Kanata Food Cupboard’s 30th anniversary barbecue on May 30.

Bittersweet 30th anniversary for Kanata Food Cupboard

If you ask the Kanata Food Cupboard’s client coordinator, or some of the people responsible for starting up the organization 30 years ago,...

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New hotel proposed for King Edward Avenue

A nine-storey hotel proposed for the corner of King Edward Avenue and St. Patrick Street would include 167 suites and two levels of underground parking.

New hotel proposed for King Edward Avenue

Developers have redrawn a proposal to build a hotel at 364 St. Patrick St. after acquiring four adjacent properties to the lot.

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Complaint unfounded: police

Ottawa park assault report unfounded: police

Ottawa park assault report unfounded: police

The Ottawa Police Service reported Friday that they have concluded a jogger’s complaint about being assaulted in a park on the edge of West...

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Tricycle taxi for seniors coming to Vanier

The Vanier Community Service Centre is set to start its ‘One City, One Bike’ project, which will cart seniors around on bike taxis driven by young volunteers. The program will start June 1.

Free tricycle taxi for seniors looks to bridge generational gap in Vanier

Seniors will have a green way to roll around Vanier this summer.

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Manotick boat launch

A dock will soon be added to the boat launch beside Bridge Street in Manotick.

Dock project moving quickly as boating season gets underway

Quotes are starting to come in from dock vendors to reinstall a dock at a public boat launch in Manotick, as momentum quickly builds to have...

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Rescue award

Riverside South resident William Dansereau, middle, was recognized on May 21 for his rescue of a fellow competitive swimmer last summer. Community and Protective Services chairwoman Coun. Diane Deans and Ontario Lifesaving Society president Paul Hulford presented the Ottawa lifeguard with the Lifesaving Society Rescue Award of Merit.

Mooney’s Bay lifeguard wins rescue award

When William Dansereau started his paddle board race at the 2014 Seniors Lifesaving Championships in Toronto last August, he didn’t expect...

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