Sagittarians are open hearted and always willing to help.

12 things you need to know about a Sagittarius

12 things you need to know about a Sagittarius

Sagittarians are optimistic, confident and always willing to help. But watch out for pesky unsolicited advice!

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City ‘blindsided’ by NCC’s light-rail decision

National Capital Commission chairman Russell Mills announces the board’s decision on its conditions for light-rail along the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway during a Nov. 21 press conference. Fred Gaspar, the NCC’s transportation co-ordinator and Arto Keklikian, principal transportation planner for the NCC, were also on hand.

City ‘blindsided’ by NCC’s light-rail decision

A train tunnel is the only way the National Capital Commission will allow the city to run light rail along the Sir John A. Macdonald...

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More businesses for Bronson Avenue concerns residents

Bronson Avenue was reconstructed in 2012 and 2013 as an arterial road, but now a south-end community association president is worried the road's function as a traffic thoroughfare is threatened by a city plan to allow more businesses along Bronson's north end.

More businesses for Bronson Avenue concerns residents

A south Ottawa community association president is worried about the traffic implications of the city’s move to allow “traditional main...

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St. Pat’s Irish already eyeing provincial championships

Tina St. Amour and Matt Koeslag, who coach the St. Patrick’s Catholic High School varsity boys’ basketball team, saw more than 60 students participate in pre-tryout training in September in their hopes of securing one of 15 spots on the competitive team.

St. Pat’s Irish already eyeing provincial championships

Green may be the colour of their jerseys, but gold is the preferred colour of players on St. Patrick’s Catholic High School varsity boys’...

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Bizarre scrum, hackings, puts new twist in ‘swatting’ saga

The father of a Barrhaven teen charged with 60 counts of reporting false crimes, told media on Nov. 23 that new evidence sent to him by the group Anonymous will help exonerate his son.

Bizarre scrum, hackings, puts new twist in ‘swatting’ saga

The father of a Barrhaven teen charged with multiple counts of “swatting” said he believes new evidence provided by the shadowy hacker group...

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New campaign aims to light up city’s giving spirit

The Caring and Sharing Exchange encourages Ottawa residents to help light up city hall’s Christmas tree this season in an effort to raise money for needy individuals and families this holiday season.

New campaign aims to light up city’s giving spirit

A new campaign is calling on residents to light the city hall Christmas tree this year.

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WaterAid aims to boost Canada's clean water

Former executive director of WaterCan, Christina Lubbock, left, celebrates the charity joining WaterAid International with Sheryl Bennett-Wilson, Margaret Trudeau and Elizabeth Payne.

WaterAid aims to boost Canada's clean water role

A new made-in-Canada charity is looking to increase its international reach to help the less fortunate get access to clean water.

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Group launches campaign to boost financial literacy

Members of Alterna Savings, Causeway Work Centre, and former Financial Literacy Program graduates celebrate the launch of the 2015 Financial Literacy Campaign on Nov. 18.

Group launches campaign to boost financial literacy

The Financial Literacy Action Network renewed its commitment to increasing the number of residents in Ottawa who understand their finances...

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