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Ottawa Redblacks quarterback Henry Burris takes part in a team practice session in Winnipeg, Man., Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015. The Redblacks will play the Edmonton Eskimos in the 103rd Grey Cup on Sunday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Scam alert

Ottawa police are reminding the public the department does not ask for monetary donations in the wake of multiple reports of scammers calling on behalf of the police service and asking for credit card numbers.

Pigskin party

Ottawa Rough Riders alumni Pat Stoqua, right, Don Cherry’s Sports Grill owner Dan Cowley, left, and server Samantha Beauchamp share a few beers on Nov. 24, a few days before the restaurant hosts a Grey Cup party Nov. 29 to cheer on the Ottawa RedBlacks as they take on the Edmonton Eskimos. The event will serve as a partial fundraiser for the CFL Alumni Association, as it will receive some of the proceeds of the Pigskin Pilsner sold at the restaurant.

West Carleton Food Access Centre craft fair

Carp’s Denise Burnham of Carraigmor Creations is an outdoor fairy garden consultant. She helps people create a ‘little bit of whimsy’ in their own backyards, she says, such as this tree stump turned fairy house.

Charlotte Van Barr

Kinburn’s Charlotte Van Barr will make her professional acting debut during the National Arts Centre’s production of Anne and Gilbert: the Musical.

West Carleton Bantams

The West Carleton Bantams played the Kanata Knights on the Saturday afternoon in an exciting match. West Carleton pulled ahead 6-5 with 1:05 remaining in the third, but Kanata came right back to tie the game 6-6 with 49 seconds left.

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