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12 signs (besides your birthday) you're about to turn 40

12 signs (besides your birthday) you're about to turn 40

1. You feel an irrational degree of delight when you look at your new furnace.     2. You still call the Rogers...

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Job market event highlights statistics as student tool

Labour Market Ottawa project manager Ingrid Argyle speaks with parents, teachers and students at an All Saints Catholic School event on Feb. 24 about choosing career paths and what the labour market is like in Ottawa.

Job market event highlights statistics as student tool

Statistics on Ottawa’s job market showing which positions are most in demand are now at students’ fingertips, helping to give them the odds...

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Sobeys store owner named West Ottawa business person of the year

Allan Foget, owner of Sobeys on March Road, speaks with the crowd at the People’s Choice Business Awards on Feb. 26 after receiving the West Ottawa Board Business Person of the Year award. Foget is known for sharing his story of drug addiction and rehabilitation through the Royal Ottawa Hospital, as well as other philanthropic initiatives.

Sobeys store owner named West Ottawa business person of the year

Sobeys store owner and rehabilitated drug addict Allan Foget was named business person of the year at the 16th-annual West Ottawa Board of...

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Kanata art gallery to beauitfy Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice

From left, Kristina Voth-Childs and Ruth Cameron with the Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice meet with Wendy Russell with the Kanata Civic Art Gallery. The two organizations have banded together to give local artists a chance to share their work and give back to the community.

Kanata art gallery to beautify Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice

Work created by the Kanata Civic Art Gallery artists will soon adorn the walls of the Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice to beautify the surroundings of...

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West Carleton interest high in draft budget

Interest in the 2015 proposed budget was at a five-year high in West Carleton with close to 50 residents attending a meeting hosted by Coun. Eli El-Chantiry and some of the city’s top staff on Feb. 25.

West Carleton interest high in city’s draft budget

Interest in the 2015 proposed budget was at a five-year high in West Carleton with close to 50 residents attending a meeting hosted by Coun....

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Climate commitments

Ecology Ottawa is calling on city councillors to make good on their promise to include several climate change items in the 2015 budget.

Care about climate? Call your councillor

An environmental advocacy group is asking residents to pressure their councillor to make sure Ottawa follows through on its climate-change...

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Gang strategy

Tom Walker speaks to more than 250 social workers, teachers and police officers at a conference about gangs and trauma at the Confederation Education Centre in Nepean on Feb. 27. Walker works on a youth gang project in Toronto.

Social workers talk gangs and trauma in Nepean

Tom Walker has never worked with a gang member who wasn’t affected by childhood trauma.

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Heritage building

Saint Anne’s rectory on Myrand Avenue is now the National House of Prayer. The city’s planning committee has recommended council name the 1920s rectory a heritage building.

Lowertown rectory up for heritage designation

A rectory built in the 1920s behind Saint Anne Catholic church in Lowertown will be designated a heritage building if a city planning...

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