The best and worst ways to do summer

The best and worst ways to do summer

The best and worst ways to do summer

Best 1. Hanging out with your best friend, feeling the wind in your hair.     2. Keeping her safe on the scary...

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Front Page

From left, Gail Anglin and Jill Shipley, as Marylise Chauvette plays the piano and Susan Sweeney sings during a rehearsal with the Ottawa Storytellers. The group will put on their travelling tent show, The Front Page, on May 29 and 30, and June 12 and 13.

Front page stories to come to life at city musuems

Headlines from Ottawa’s newspapers in the 1930s will come to life as the Ottawa Storytellers bring their travelling tent show to city...

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Grant

MPP Michael Coteau, the minister responsible for the 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games, announces funding for the torch relay through Ontario communities. Ottawa will receive a $12,500 grant to help with logistical costs of the city’s torch relay legs.

Province to fund torch relay celebrations

The Ontario government will give communities grants to fund the 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games torch relay.

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Eric Goneau

Erin Goneau speaks on behalf of Valérie's Flutter Foundation.

Heart of Gold awards recognize Orléans volunteers

Over 200 people gathered at the Orléans branch of the Royal Canadian Legion on May 20 for 81 community volunteers to be recognized.

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Young at Art awards

Earl of March Secondary School student Rainy Gou receives the Senior Award for Drawing during the Young at Art awards on May 13 for her drawing Solemn Silence. She received the award from Kanata North Counc. Marianne Wilkinson, left, Knoxdale-Merivale Coun. Keith Egli, Mayor Jim Watson and Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley.

Kanata artists recognized at Young at Art awards

Some of Kanata’s most artistic teens were recognized with awards on May 13 after having their work displayed in the cross-city Young at Art...

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Service review

Para Transpo may allow people with cognitive disabilities to use the service depending on the results of a service review this year.

Para Transpo to review who can ride

Transferring three times to get to work is trying at the best of times. Transferring that much with a cognitive disability could be...

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Gotta go

A precast concrete washroom like this one would be usable three seasons of the year and cost the city about $125,000 to install.

City's gotta go with more toilets: McKenney

When you’ve gotta go, you’ve gotta go – and Somerset Coun. Catherine McKenney is hoping the city will go towards installing public toilets...

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Family Fun Day delivers $3,700 to Tysen Lefebvrew

A recent Family Fun Day at the Stittsville Shoper Centre on Stittsville Min Street raised $3,700 which was presented to Tysen Lefebvrew for his "Mission to Million" campaign. Here, Tysen happily accepts the funds from participating merchants.

Family Fun Day delivers $3,700 to Tysen Lefebvre

It was a great day for more reasons than one. The third annual Family Fun Day at the Stittsville Shopping Centre (Shoppers Drug Mart...

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News From Beyond Ottawa Region

Ontario

Watchdog releases report on Hydro One billing

Ontario ombudsman releases report into Hydro One billing practices

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Ontario

London city workers set to strike Monday

London city workers say they are willing to negotiate ahead of proposed strike

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Canada

B.C. terror trial to hear closing arguments

Closing arguments expected this week in trial of alleged B.C. terrorism plotters

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World

Polish president concedes defeat after exit poll released

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski concedes defeat to right-wing challenger

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Ontario

Boy, 13, injured in Toronto shooting

Boy, 13, hospitalized after shooting in north-end Toronto

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World

Florida woman released in jailing over son's circumcision

Florida woman released after 9 nights in jail in long-running fight over son's circumcision

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Ontario

Woman, 22, killed in gold mine accident

Woman, 22, killed in underground rail accident at gold mine near Timmins, Ont

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Ontario

Man shot in stomach in downtown Toronto

Man in hospital with gunshot wound to stomach after shooting in downtown Toronto

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Ontario

Teachers impasse disappointing: minister

Education minister remains committed to negotiated secondary teachers settlement

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Events In Ottawa Region

Public Forum

Tue May 26 | 7:30 PM

Metamorphosis Eco-Fashion Show

Wed May 27 | 6:00 PM

Don Quixote

Fri May 29 | 7:30 PM

Open Jam

Fri May 29 | 7:30 PM

Upcoming Events

Sat May 30 | 7:00 AM

Country Place Annual Community...

Sat May 30 | 8:00 AM

Bel-Air Community Yard Sale

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