10 sure signs the colleague beside you is a boomer

10 sure signs the colleague beside you is a boomer

10 sure signs the colleague beside you is a boomer

  1. He's old. Well, pretty old. Baby Boomers date from 1946 to 1965 making them between 50 and 69 years of age in 2015....

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Hopewell school hopes to win $20,000 for outdoor classroom

The city cut down all the trees in Hopewell Avenue Public School’s yard after they were devastated by the emerald ash borer.

Hopewell school hopes to win $20,000 for outdoor classroom

Hopewell Avenue Public School is hoping to return its barren yard to its former green glory.

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Fatal crash

Police are investigating a fatal, single car crash that took place on Fallowfield Road at Eagleson Road in the early morning of April 26. A second crash took place along March Road in north Kanata that afternoon, said police, with media reporting it was a motorcycle crash.

Man dies in crash on Fallowfield at Eagleson

A man died after a single car crash on Fallowfield Road at Eagleson Road early on April 26.Ottawa paramedics arrived on scene at about 4...

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Ladies Chorus performs at retirement home

Among the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus entertaining at the Empress Kanata Retirement Home, from left in back, are Ruth MacKenzie, Linda Noble, Taisia Smellie, Janet Ramsahoye, Micheline Bouchard, and Ruth Sword; and in front Lynne Small, Vivian Latulippe, and Shelley McLeod.

Ladies Chorus performs at retirement home

Last Sunday’s Sing Out performance by members of the West Ottawa Ladies Chorus was not only entertainment for a most appreciative audience...

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CNIB transitioning away from providing health-care services

Kanata resident Perpetua Quigley, CNIB co-ordinator of volunteer services, left, CNIB volunteer and former client, west Ottawa resident Mary Sweeney, CNIB chief executive officer John Rafferty, of Kanata, and Westboro resident Jane Beaumont, past chair of CNIB’s national board of directors, celebrated National Volunteer Week by recognizing dozens of Ottawa volunteers at Rideau Park United Church on April 15.

CNIB transitioning away from providing health-care services

Mary Sweeney slightly turns her head to the right. “If I do this, I don’t see you,” she said. Five years ago, the west Ottawa resident,...

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Studio tour artists

Guest artist for the 2013 Kanata Artist Studio Tour, Amie Talbot, shows off her pencil crayon piece, titled Politely Composed, while feature artists Susan Goold poses with her work, Light in the Forest. Both are participating again in this year’s 24th Annual Kanata Artists Studio Tour, taking place from May1-3.

Artist studio tour prepares for 24th year

Community members will once again get a glimpse into some of the most creative minds in Kanata during the 24th Annual Kanata Artists Studio...

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Family sailing

John Buiel and his son, Jonathan, participate in the Kanata Sailing Club’s Open Regatta last September. The club’s commodore, Mike Thompson, hopes to see many more family sailing teams with the expansion of the club’s youth program this season.

Kanata Sailing Club continues to grow youth program

The Kanata Sailing Club has continued to see success with its youth sailing program, but this year the club will take a major step in...

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Holy Spirit shows its Sens spirit

All of the students and staff of Holy Spirit Catholic School on Main Street in Stittsville assembled at the front of the school April 17 wearing their new white Hamburglar/Go Sens Go t-shirts which were provided thanks to the generosity of six dads.

Holy Spirit shows its Sens spirit

Go, Sens, Go.” This chant was voiced by the over 300 students and staff of Holy Spirit Catholic School on Stittsville Main Street in...

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