Win-win situation at Brown's

Todd Brown, far left, of Brown's Your Independent Grocer stands in the store with three students from the Bridge program at Sacred Heart Catholic High School in Stittsville who are on a co-op placement at the store this semester. They are, from left, Corynne Adamson, Olivia Keys and Julian Lafleur.

Win-win situation at Brown's Your Indepedent Grocer

- It’s a win/win situation involving Brown’s Your Independent Grocer and students in the Bridge program at Sacred Heart Catholic High...

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Lots happeing at U-Rock

Members of The Beetle Squishers, U-Rock Music School's first student rock band are, from left, Kaitlyn Weatherall, Kyrstein Wright, Sarah Culbert and Becky Hall.

Lots happening at U-Rock Music School

- Two vocal students of the U-Rock Music School of Stittsville have entered an international singing competition sponsored by the United...

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Tireless volunteer

O-YA executive director Nicole McKerracher, right, thanks volunteer Heather Roe for the hundreds of hours she dedicates to the Goode Run fundraiser every year.

Youth centre faces budget problems heading into 2015

The Osgoode Youth Association held on by its fingertips in 2014 and will face even bigger money problems in 2015, according to O-YA’s...

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Goulbourn skaters

Goulbourn Skating Club skaters who participated in the Skate Canada Eastern Ontario Sectionals Special Olympics Regional Competition in Stirling Jan. 17 who were given a send off by the club, complete with cake, are, from left, Samantha Poulin, Victoria Ziola, Katie Xu, Heather Kidd, Jack Fan and Michael Raytchev.

Goulbourn skaters excel in competition

Six skaters from the Goulbourn Skating Club were off to the Skate Canada Eastern Ontario Sections Special Olympics Regional Competition...

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Boundary change

Interim chairman Greg Thurlow said he heard “loud and clear” from residents that they disapproved of proposed boundary changes at the Osgoode Village Community Association’s annual general meeting on Jan. 22.

Osgoode association defines boundaries amid village opposition

The Osgoode Village Community Association welcomed debate from some of its newest board members over attempts to define the association’s...

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Hunt Club youth prepping for backstage role in teen showcase

Hunt Club resident Kieran Gerbis, seen here working on a piece of set in the lead up to the December 2014 Suzart production of ‘La Cage aux Folles,’ will be an assistant stage manager this weekend during two teen showcases at Centrepointe Theatre.

Hunt Club youth prepping for backstage role in teen showcase

At 12 years old, Kieran Gerbis dreams not only of becoming a professional actor when he grows up, but also of one day teaching drama to...

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New Vanier campaign aims to connect merchants, residents

Sam Stevenson loves Vanier because he says the community has some of the best people in the city. Stevenson and a handful of others are just the beginning of set of profile pictures posted on instagram.com/qvbia to promote Vanier.

New Vanier campaign aims to connect merchants, residents

What do you love about Vanier? What do you really know about the neighbourhood?

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Liz Manley gathers friends for a good cause

Fifteen-year-old Chloe Bondar of the Gloucester Skating Club plans to not let nerves get the best of her when she skates with Olympic and world champions for the Liz Manley and Friends show at TD Place on Feb. 14.

Liz Manley gathers friends for a good cause

Olympian and mental health advocate Elizabeth Manley wants everyone to know her latest show, Liz Manley and Friends, is about so much more...

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