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8 things you need to STOP doing right now to improve your health!

8 things you need to STOP doing right now to improve your health!

  It's hard to start doing good things (like going to the gym everyday or training for a marathon), but you can improve your...

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Rural security

Liberal public safety critic Wayne Easter is guest speaker at a March 9 public meeting in Carp.

Wayne Easter to discuss rural security issues in Carp March 9

Sometimes referred to as the best agriculture minister Canada never had, MP Wayne Easter will speak next week at the Carp Agricultural Hall.

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West Carleton’s Roly Armitage to open valley farm show

Well known West Carleton resident Dr. Roly Armitage will open the 88th Ottawa Valley Farm Show on March 10.

West Carleton’s Roly Armitage to open valley farm show

Well known West Carleton resident Dr. Roly Armitage will open the 88th Ottawa Valley Farm Show on March 10.

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Road review

The majority of Ottawa's roads are considered fair or below, according to a state of the assets report published in 2012.

Infrastructure investment is ‘tale of two cities’

The city gets high grades for infrastructure renewal when it comes to environmental services like drinking water and waste water management,...

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Greens back election campaign veteran in Ottawa South federal riding

John Redins will represent the Green party in the Ottawa South riding in the upcoming federal election.

Greens back election campaign veteran in Ottawa South federal riding

A familiar face on the south Ottawa election campaign trail at the provincial and municipal levels will represent the Green party in the...

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Too cold for comfort

Waupoos Family Farm needs some help making its rec room usable year-round. The basement hang-out isn’t insulated, so visiting kids can’t spend much time down there during winter vacations.

Waupoos farm collecting for rec room renos

As we put this year’s bitterly cold winter behind us, Waupoos Family Farm is hoping to ward off the cold forever with a newly insulated...

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Encouraging differences

Parks and recreation co-ordinator Anne Goodchild, right, won the city’s 2014 Diversity and Inclusion Award for her work with the I Love To program that helps 3,000 low-income kids access sports each year. Goodchild received the award from Coun. Allan Hubley, left, Mayor Jim Watson and city manager Kent Kirkpatrick on Feb. 25.

Wheelchair basketball enthusiast wins diversity award

Westboro resident Anne Goodchild was always taught to relish people’s differences.

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Opera Lyra bringing Mozart classic to life

Wallis Giunta is set to perform in an upcoming production of the Marriage of Figaro at the National Arts Centre.

Opera Lyra bringing Mozart classic to life

The first time Wallis Giunta went to see a classical concert at the National Arts Centre as a child, she knew she had found something...

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Woman charged in library sex show videos

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Former Woodstock, Ont., cop charged

Former Woodstock, Ont., police officer charged with breach of trust

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Mother gets 15 years for twins abuse

Mother to be sentenced in twin abuse case that resulted in death of one

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Man struck by police cruiser in Brampton: SIU

SIU investigating after man, 33, hit by police cruiser in Brampton

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What Michael Zehaf Bibeau said Oct. 22, 2014

What Michael Zehaf Bibeau said prior to deadly Oct. 22 shooting in Ottawa

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Man faces 44 charges in human trafficking case

Toronto man face 44 charges in connection with human trafficking probe: police

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It's a Fiesta!

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Fiddler on The Roof

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AFRO CUBAN NIGHT

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The Art of Music

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