KANATA - A 13-year-old Stittsville boy plans to kick-off a campaign this week to raise $1 million for the Make a Wish Foundation of Eastern Ontario,...
Francine Colbourne, Julie Moon, and Monica Webber Mayeda are three team members of the Findlay Creek Fantastics who are putting on a holiday market on Dec. 15, all in the name of raising funds for Bust a Move Ottawa’s breast cancer event.
FINDLAY CREEK - A south Ottawa group is spreading Christmas cheer for a good cause.
The City of Ottawa provides images of what Klondike could look like as a one-way street. The temporary measure would last until the roadway is upgraded to an urban street, likely in 2015.
KANATA - Many residents voiced their opposition to the city’s proposal to turn Klondike Road into a temporary one-way street at a public...
Canadian author Alice Munro is photographed at her daughter Sheila's home during an interview in Victoria, B.C. Tuesday December 10, 2013. Alice's daughter Jenny received the Nobel prize in Literature on her mother's behalf during a ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
Alice Munro 'quite enjoying' Nobel Prize hoopla, says ex-husband
The city is hoping the above words, as seen on the city’s website, will serve as a source of inspiration for the artists who are keen on proposing their own masterpiece for the facility.
SOUTH OTTAWA - Artists are being called on to dream up some inspiring designs and public art for the OC Transpo administrative building on...
Councillors Eli El-Chantiry and Marianne Wilkinson check out the Richcraft recreation complex's eight-lane swimming pool during the Richcraft recreation complex's opening ceremony on Dec. 5.
KANATA - The first thing many people notice as they walk through the doors of the new Richcraft Recreation Complex Kanata is a large,...
Pinto Valley Ranch owners announced Friday that the farm will become a private residence and farm in June 2014. Boarding facilities will continue at the ranch.
Pinto Valley Ranch owners announce farm will become private in June 2014.
A.Y. Jackson students Saania Tariq, left, and Ovini Thomas attended a conference downtown on Nov. 23 and 24 calling on governments to ban flavoured tobacco products. The students, who are part of the Canadian Cancer Society’s youth troop, are also hosting a fundraiser for the society’s transportation program, which had to implement a $100 fee this year due to low funding.
KANATA - Cancer should not come in a candy wrapper. That was one of the messages two A.Y. Jackson Secondary School students had for tobacco...
An artist illustrates what a new proposal for 1131 Teron Road could look like. The plan includes a nine-storey building coupled with a three-storey apartment complex on 1.48 hectares of land.
KANATA - The developer who proposed a 15-storey highrise in Beaverbrook has come back with a new pitch for a nine-storey building coupled...
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