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9 things to love about Black Friday

9 things to love about Black Friday

Black Friday isn't just for our neighbours south of the border.

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Christmas box program sees jump in donations

From right, volunteers Paulina Hoffman from Barrhaven and Sophia Reimer from Almonte place shoeboxes filled with Christmas presents from A.Y. Jackson Secondary School in shopping carts to be sorted at the Kanata Baptist Church on Hazeldean Road on Nov. 21.

Christmas box program sees jump in donations

A hard working sort of Christmas cheer was permeating a room in the Kanata Baptist Church as volunteers collected and stacked hundreds of...

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Teach me I can learn

John Paquin and his wife Lorraine Amyot hope to film a dramatization of their fight with the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board to have their daughter Nicole, middle, educated at her neighbourhood school in Greely.

Metcalfe family’s story could come alive on big screen

A local family is hoping its story of inclusion will make it to the silver screen.

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Marquette apartment raises larger zoning issues

The planning committee signed off on zoning changes to allow this 20-unit, three-storey apartment building to be constructed at 67-71 Marquette Ave.

Marquette apartment raises larger zoning issues

Vanier residents lined up to tell the planning committee that a 20-unit apartment building would “dwarf” the other homes on their street,...

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Glen Cairn rallying behind 10-year-old with cancer

Paytan McEwan, top, along with her mom, Keri, left, and sister, Hailey, have had their world flipped upside down after Paytan was diagnosed with leukemia in mid-September. The Glen Cairn community has since rallied behind the family, fundraising on their behalf.

Glen Cairn rallies behind 10-year-old fighting cancer

Friends and neighbours are fundraising to support the family of a 10-year-old Glen Cairn girl battling cancer.

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RA Centre reaches deal with striking employees

Twenty-seven striking RA Centre employees went back to work last Sunday after they and their employer reached an agreement for a new two-year contract.

RA Centre reaches deal with striking employees

A three-day strike by employees at the RA Centre ended Sunday afternoon after they reached a deal with their employer.

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Association looking to fill executive positions

The Vanier Community Association holds an annual holiday party, this year it will take place on Dec.9. The group, meets every second Tuesday of the month at the Richelieu-Vanier Community Centre is currently looking for interested residents to join the board this winter.

Association looking to fill executive positions

The Vanier Community Association is looking for passionate residents to join its team.

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Clifford Bowey seeking online votes to move forward with dream playground

Diners enjoy a three-course gourmet meal during a fundraising dinner hosted by Clifford Bowey Public School. The event generated $14,000 for the construction of a new accessible playground for senior students. The project is a contender for a $100,000 Aviva Community Fund prize, and votes are needed.

Clifford Bowey seeking online votes for dream playground

With 10 clicks of a computer mouse – by each voter once a day for 10 days – senior students at Clifford Bowey Public School could begin...

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