Top 5 gifts for the tech geek

Clockwise from top-left: HP Special Edition Star Wars laptop, Parrot Drone, Bang & Olufsen headphones and New Ride Technologies Hoverboard.

Family gives back at blood donor clinic

From left, Liam, Jason, Sophia and Liliane and Jacob Randall are pictured at the Canadian Blood Services building on Carling Avenue, during the Nov. 28 blood donor clinic.

Once-in-a-lifetime experience for ball team

Members of the Los Hacheros team, left, in red, hand out shirts and hats to players of a team that the Los Hacheros played during their visit to the Dominican Republic. This presentation of shirts and hats happened at all of the team’s games.

25,000 gather for climate change march

Margie Gillis and Catherine Bourgeois, members of Artists for Peace wear green in support of sustainable energy during the 100% Possible march on Nov. 29.


Two tables of visiting veterans settle in with beverages waiting for lunch to be served at the annual West Carleton Legion’s veterans Christmas party.

Climate change march

25,000 concerned citizens rallied at the Ecology Ottawa 100% Possible Climate March from city hall to Parliament Hill on Nov. 29.

Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Duchenne muscular dystrophy has stolen Manotick resident Alex Chiabai's ability to walk. Ottawa researchers have uncovered new information about the most common form of muscular dystrophy that could one day lead to better treatments. Alex's mom, Debra, said the findings offer families like hers hope.

Help for refugees

Mauretta Lethbridge, of Riverside South, has a garage that is quickly filling with supplies she is collecting for Syrian refugees who will be resettling in Ottawa.

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