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Torch Relay flame starts with Aztec lighting ceremony

In a ritual deeply rooted in history and tradition, this year’s Toronto 2015 Pan American Games...

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The 9 most influential Canadian films

The 9 most influential Canadian films

The 9 most influential Canadian films

    1. In the Labyrinth The multi-screen production by the National Film Board was a hit at Expo 67 in Montreal and...

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Twithcoco looks to empower mothers and daughters

Komal Minhas is set to be one of two keynote speakers at the ‘beyoutful’ event at the Wabano Centre on May 31. The afternoon tea for mothers and daughters hopes to empower young women.

Twithcoco looks to empower mothers and daughters

Mothers seeking ways to empower their daughters might find what they’re looking for at Twithcoco’s “Beyoutful.”

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Manotick Village Community Association annual general meeting 2015

Manotick Village Community Association president Klaus Beltzner addresses the MVCA’s annual general meeting at the Manotick Legion on May 28. The association celebrated its fifth anniversary at the AGM.

Truck traffic and city storm water rate review top agenda at MVCA AGM

Ongoing concerns about truck traffic and traffic safety dominated the questions put to Rideau-Goulbourn Coun. Scott Moffatt at the Manotick...

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Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod

Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod is one of the special guests lined up to speak at the Greely Community Association's AGM on June 10.

Greely Community Association lines up political heavyweights for AGM

When the Greely Community Association gets together for its annual general meeting on June 10 at the Greely Community Centre at 7 p.m., some...

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Dickinson Days talent show

One of the highlights of the Dickinson Days festivities is the talent show that will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 6, in Dickinson Square in Manotick.

All set for Dickinson Days shindig in Manotick

When you are putting on a three-day party that will bring joy to many people, there are often some headaches during the planning process...

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Students, staff return to Charles Hulse school

Staff and students returned to Charles H. Hulse Public School on May 25, following a five-week closure after several students and staff fell sick following the spraying of an unauthorized pesticide at the school.

Students, staff return to Charles Hulse school

Students and staff returned to Charles H. Hulse Public School on Monday, following the school’s five-week closure after an unapproved...

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Time up the Line features top-notch musicians

Ten top-notch local musicians, including Grade 3 student Travis Strong, will perform at the Fitzroy Harbour Community Centre on Sunday, June 7. Proceeds from the fundraising concert, titled ‘A Time up the Line’ will support the Fitzroy Pastoral Charge and the Arnprior Special Olympics.

Time up the Line features top-notch musicians

Get ready for a rockin’ good Time up the Line. Ten top-notch local musicians, including Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Famer Wilf...

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McGuinty’s private member’s bill targets federal partisan advertising

Ottawa South Liberal MP David McGuinty’s proposed private member’s bill which would ban partisan advertising, such as the YouTube video on the Conservative government’s Universal Child Care Benefit produced by Employment Minister Pierre Poilievre, pictured here, will go for second reading on June 1.

McGuinty’s private member’s bill targets federal partisan advertising

Partisan advertising has no place in the federal government, according to the Ottawa South Liberal MP whose private member’s bill, which...

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News From Beyond Ottawa Region

Canada

New Citizenship Act goes into effect

Controversial law that allows revocation of Canadian citizenship goes into effect

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Hockey

Liberals say Montreal stadium talk premature

Liberals say talk of provincial stake in a Montreal stadium project is premature

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Ontario

Court upholds endangered species rule change

Court upholds changes to Ontario endangered species rules

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Ontario

Muslim school has to play mixed gender teams

Muslim school which objected to girls on boys soccer team told to abide by rules

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Ontario

Ontario slams Ottawa's CPP proposal

Ontario slams Ottawa's CPP proposal as 'playing politics' with retirement

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