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12 Superbowl snacks you’ll want to have ready for game day

12 Superbowl snacks you’ll want to have ready for game day

    It's Superbowl season and you know what that means - hungry men and women flooding to sports bars or hosting their...

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Multi-faith suite, translation services to remove barriers to supports

Several Ottawa spiritual leaders, including Buddhist leader Bhante Jinananda, left, Imam Samy Metwally with the Ottawa Main Mosque, Swarn Singh Lall with the Ottawa Sikh Society, Linda Eagen, president and chief executive officer of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation, Marlon Oneid, governor with the Canadian Lebanese Chamber of Commerce, and Rabbi Reuven Bulka celebrate the official opening of a new multi-faith and meditation suite at the foundation’s Maplesoft Centre.

Multi-faith suite, translation services to remove barriers to supports

When Marlon Oneid’s mother was diagnosed with cancer, her fight was not only against the brutal disease, but also in her struggle to...

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Fairlea residents invited to embrace winter with Winterfest reboot

Fairlea residents enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride during Fairlea Winterfest community celebrations several years ago. The event is being rekindled this year and will be held at Fairlea Park off Fairlea Crescent on Feb. 8, from 12 to 3 p.m.

Fairlea residents invited to embrace winter with Winterfest reboot

If you can’t beat winter, you might as well get outside and enjoy it, says the president of the Fairlea Community Association.

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Energy East pipeline talk draws large crowd

A man asks a question of the Ontario Energy Board’s three experts who reviewed TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline proposal before a crowd of 350 people at the Brookstreet Hotel on Jan. 22. The proposal is currently before the National Energy Board.

Energy East pipeline talk draws large crowd

Hundreds of Ottawa area residents filled the Brookstreet Hotel’s ballroom in Kanata to hear experts assess TransCanada Corp.’s application...

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SnowBlast aims to bring neighbours together for winter fun

Children enjoyed the bouncy castle during the 2014 Hunt Club Park Community Association’s SnowBlast Winter Carnival, one of many activities that will be featured during this year’s event on Feb. 14.

SnowBlast aims to bring neighbours together for winter fun

Hunt Club Park residents are gearing up to embrace winter together at the upcoming SnowBlast Winter Carnival.

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New seniors council president pushing to increase advocacy/outreach

Sarah Trant, the Kanata Seniors’ Council’s new president, says she is hoping to help isolated seniors with a new partnership with retirement residences and other groups to provides services and social opportunities to keep seniors active.

New seniors council president pushing to increase advocacy/outreach

The Kanata Seniors’ Council’s new president says she is hoping to make a splash during her two-year term, and her number one priority is...

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2940 Baseline Rd.

Part of a proposed 492-unit development is expected to be built at 2940 Baseline Rd.

Proposed high-rise towers on Baseline Road move closer to becoming reality

Developers have submitted a site plan for a high-rise residential development on Baseline Road, almost four years after it was first...

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Kim de Bellefeuille-Percy

Kim de Bellefeuille-Percy, whose children attend St. Elias Child Care & Family Resource Centre in the Mooney’s Bay Park neighbourhood, is one of many parents at the centre who have been left to find alternate childcare after the centre announced last week it would be closing its doors on Feb. 20 due to financial woes.

St. Elias daycare closure leaves parents scrambling

Absolutely devastated and angry – that’s how Kim de Bellefeuille-Percy felt the day she received a letter confirming the news that St. Elias...

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