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Competition begins at Pan American Games

Game on! Women's water polo kicks off competition at Toronto Pan American Games

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5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

Here are five recipe mix-ins inspired by classic summer flavours you can try before Labour Day

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Broadview redevelopment on schedule

The protected portion of Broadview Public School – dubbed the ‘Tower’ – will remain after the new school opens in the fall of 2016. Owned by the school board, it will need a new use and new tenants to remain viable.

Broadview redevelopment on schedule despite heritage designation

Construction on the long-awaited replacement for Broadview Public School will start this summer, though the demolition of the old building...

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Pairing Spanish flavours, outdoor theatre

The meals for last year’s picnic and show package were inspired by French cuisine. This year’s dinners, which will be provided by Le Cordon Bleu, will have a Iberian flair to go with the Spanish plays Odyssey Theatre are set to put on.

Pairing Spanish flavours, outdoor theatre in Sandy Hill

This summer’s Theatre Under the Stars in Strathcona Park will come with a side of Iberian flair.

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New soccer field

Boys with a West Ottawa Soccer Club U13 squad get their first chance to try out the new artificial turf field at Wesley Clover Parks on July 6. FIFA gifted the field to the parks after it was used briefly by teams taking part in the Women’s World Cup.

Brand new turf field gifted to local soccer players

World soccer’s governing body, FIFA, gave a brand new artificial turf field to Wesley Clover Parks on July 6, and the pitch will now be...

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Party politics

Ade Olumide said he will vote for the Conservative Party regardless of outcome. But he wants to change the party from within, “because if we let our party stoop to ends justifies the means politics, we will lose the moral authority to lead.”

Conservatives heading to court over nomination

As Conservative Walter Pamic busies himself with door knocking in Kanata-Carleton, the legitimacy of his nomination continues to hound the...

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Lions Club presents five $1,000 scholarships

Recipients of $1,000 scholarships each from the Stittsville District Lions Club, presented at the club's annual meeting June 24 at the Lions Hall are, from left) Andrea Pretty of South Carleton High School, Lion Beth Lewis, Renee Theoret of Sacred Heart Catholic High School and Claire Lizotte of South Carleton High School. Not pictured are recipients Charlotte Gervais of of Sacred Hearth Catholic High School and Zaina Kahiel of South Carleton High School.

Lions Club presents five $1,000 scholarships

Five students off to post-secondary studies this fall have $1,000 each to help with expenses thanks to the Stittsville District Lions Club....

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Transportation survey presentation

John Neale presents the results of a transportation survey on June 24, which asked residents how often they use different modes of transportation, why, and what could be done to increase their cycling, walking and bus usage, among other questions.

Not just for exercise and pleasure

Getting around by bike or on your own two feet is about more than just fun, or it can be, says a north Kanata group after presenting the...

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School rallies around students’ stoves in Guatemala

10 clean-burning stoves have been installed and 2 students sponsored in Guatemala thanks to the work of students and staff at Notre Dame High School.

School rallies around students’ stoves in Guatemala

The students and staff of Notre Dame High School have wrapped up a second year spent improving the lives of the Mayan people of Guatemala...

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News From Beyond Ottawa Region

Ontario

Fitch keeps Ontario debt rating at AA-

Fitch keeps Ontario debt rating at AA- following downgrade by S&P on Monday

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Ontario

Boy in critical condition after ATV crash

Boy in critical condition after crash on ATV being driven by six-year-old: OPP

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Business

Trade deficit grows to $3.3 billion in May

Statistics Canada says the trade deficit grew to $3.3 billion in May

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Business

Oilpatch making best of crude price drop

Oilpatch making the best of it as crude drops toward US$50 a barrel

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Canada

Alberta wildfire evacuees to return home

200 Albertans forced from North Tallcree First Nation by wildfires can go home

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Canada

Drunk driver mistakes cop car for taxi: police

When is a taxi not a taxi? A drunk B.C. driver learns the hard way

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Ontario

Privacy rights apply to condo common areas

Common areas of condos subject to privacy rights, Ontario's top court rules

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