Summer 2015 Ontario festivals

8 Ontario festivals to look forward to for summer 2015

8 Ontario festivals to look forward to for summer 2015

    We made it, guys. No more parkas, ice chippers or threats of abominable snowmen in the area; it's finally time to...

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Montessori high school to expand, relocate to Lansdowne Park

Grade 8 Element High School students, Robyn McGowan, 14, left, and Alex Byrne, 14, work on their science video script on climate change and water shortages in sub-Saharan Africa. Their Montessori high school is relocating and expanding to Lansdowne Park in September.

Montessori high school to expand, relocate to Lansdowne Park

Burgers sizzle and salads are made as teens prepare lunch for themselves and their classmates at The Element, a Montessori high school in...

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Lemonade stand at Kiddie Kobbler raises funds to help battle cancer

Looking after their lemonade stand in front of the Kiddie Kobbler store on Hazeldean Road in Stittsville May 16 as part of the third annual Great Canadian Lemonade Standemonium in support of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre are, from left, Violet MacIntosh, Ben Rodgers, Isabelle Madden and Cassidy MacIntosh.

Lemonade stand at Kiddie Kobbler raises funds to help battle cancer

The big day for the third annual Great Canadian Lemonade Standemonium is Saturday, June 6 but four youngsters got a jump on things last...

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Torch runner

Rockland District High School education assistant and breakfast program founder, seen here preparing banana muffins for students, has been chosen as a torchbearer for the Pan American Games, and will be running the torch through Kanata on June 30.

Rockland resident chosen to carry Pan Am torch through Kanata

Kanata residents will have the opportunity to watch the Pan American Games torch make its way through their community on June 30 in the...

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Footbridge at Mooney’s Bay Park reopens after three-year closure

The reopening of the footbridge at the south end of Mooney’s Bay Park was celebrated May 17 by Riverside Park residents Carolyn Percy-Percy-Searle, left, who has long advocated for the pedestrian bridge to reopen, River Ward Coun. Riley Brockington’s step mother, Doris Fiszer, and father, Bruce Brockington, Riley Brockington and former city councillor and long-time Riverside Park resident George Brown.

Footbridge at Mooney’s Bay Park reopens after three-year closure

Residents who have been pressing for years for the reopening of a footbridge at the south end of Mooney’s Bay Park recently had reason to...

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CHEO launches new initiative to free up ER for urgent patients

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario recently launched its Choosing Wisely initiative, designed to educate parents about what symptoms constitute a trip to the emergency department in hopes of reducing patient wait times.

CHEO launches new initiative to free up ER for urgent patients

Sick or injured patients whose conditions don’t warrant a trip to hospital are clogging up the emergency department at the Children’s...

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'Sugar Bear' is gone

Sugar Bear, who was a familiar sign around the Stittsville Glass and Signs shop on Main Street for the past 11 years, partly because of his Ottawa Senators logo, has died due to kidney failure.

'Sugar Bear' is gone - thanks for the memories

“Sugar Bear” is gone. The Pomeranian dog who has been a fixture around the Stittsville Glass & Signs shop on Stittsville Main Street...

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Peace run goes through Stittsville

Arpan DeAngelo from New York City holds the flaming torch of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run as he carries the torch through Stittsville on the Trans Canada Trail May 15, passing the site of the new French Catholic high school now under construction on Abbott Street, adjacent to the trail.

Peace run goes through Stittsville

An international peace run passed through Stittsville last Friday afternoon. A lighted torch, with its flame burning, was carried along...

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