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Novia looking to gain experience at Pan Ams

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Right hand rules

Sorry southpaws. At the Indian dinner table, the right hand rules.

You're eating that wrong! 6 foreign cuisine faux pas you may be committing

In Canada, we are spoiled for choice when it comes to the myriad of international cuisines we can enjoy when dining out. But even when...

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LRT to Kanata

The city’s finance and economic development committee just passed a motion to look into having a light rail transit link to Kanata before 2031 after Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley tabled the motion on June 29.

Fast track to Kanata

The city is looking into having light rail transit to Kanata before 2031 after a motion tabled by Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley passed at...

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Green initiative aims to reduce business emissions

Capital Coun. David Chernushenko speaks at the launch of the sustainability program Carbon 613 at the Kitchissippi Brewery on June 23. The initiative by Ottawa’s EnviroCentre aims to help participating businesses reach a 20 percent reduction in emissions.

Green initiative aims to reduce business emissions

Businesses are the lifeblood of any city, but could those in Ottawa be made more efficient when it comes to energy use?

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Fools to ramp up funny for anniversary season

The Company of Fools is set to perform its brand of Shakespeare’s ‘A Comedy of Errors,’ in parks across Ottawa July 2 to Aug. 15. The troupe of professional actors will be showcasing the first full-length production it performed in 1994 to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

Fools to ramp up funny for anniversary season

Twenty-five years after a small band of friends began performing William Shakespeare’s plays on street corners in downtown Ottawa, the...

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Leitrim Road

Police continued to investigate the alleged hit and run Sunday morning.

Cyclist dies in south end hit-and-run: Police

A cyclist has died after a hit-and-run in Ottawa’s south end early Saturday morning, police said.

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Canada Day party planning ramps up in south Ottawa ahead of July 1

After 12 years of hosting the annual Canada Day festivities in Riverside South, the Riverside South community association is partnering with the Findlay Creek Community Association to put on a 10 p.m. fireworks display for the first time. The fun and games at Claudette Cain Park earlier in the day will also feature several new additions.

Canada Day party planning ramps up in south Ottawa ahead of July 1

There will be no shortage of community celebrations to choose from for those looking to celebrate Canada's birthday a little closer to...

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Body found

Police found the body of a man in the Rideau River Saturday morning.

Police find body of man in Rideau River

Police found the body of a man, who they reportedly believe is a murder suspect, in the Rideau River Saturday morning.

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Medical Arts Building

A heritage 1920s art deco building at the corner of Metcalfe and Nepean streets has been approved to be converted into a boutique hotel, while a 21-storey condo tower is added above.

Medical Arts project undermining new Centretown plan: councillor

Property rights are messing with the Centretown secondary plan before its ink is even dry, according to Somerset Coun. Catherine McKenney.

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Summer Spy Camp

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Canada Day!

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Celebrate Canada Day at the NAC

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