Memorial takes place Oct. 25

A remembrance service will take place Oct. 25 for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, the ceremonial guardsman murdered at the base of the National War Memorial on Oct. 22, 2014.

Special hockey equipment

Tysen Lefebvre, left, and Lukas Hooper are suited up and strapped into Kaye Trainer devices for their first time playing hockey at the Kanata Recreation Complex on Sept. 19. Due to severe health problems, the two were previously unable to play, but thanks to local fundraising for the new training devices, the pair will play with the Capital City Condors this season.

Tory Wang misses packed debate in Bells Corners

The empty chair at the candidates table Sunday at Westcliffe Community Centre was to be occupied by Conservative candidate Andy Wang, who failed to attend. He was flanked by independent candidate Harry Splett, Tony Seed, representing the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada and independent Jesus Cosico.

Getting into character

Zakary Dupuis gets his makeup applied for his character at the Haunted Historic Village at the Cumberland Heritage Village Museum during a dry run on Oct. 7. He’s one of about 45 volunteers who are in the cast for the creepy performances.

Nat & Nat

Natalie Cousineau, left, and Nathalie Borduas, with their custom helmets for the Trophée Roses des Sables event in Morocco. The all-female road race that they will attend in 2016 will see them navigate a vehicle through the sand dunes of Morocco.

Eagleson closed south of Fallowfield

Eagleson Road, between Fallowfield and the village of Richmond will be closed starting Oct. 13 until late November for the replacement of a culvert.

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BabySmiles Sensory Classes

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Fri Oct 9 | 3:00 PM

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Fri Oct 9 | 7:00 PM

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Brian Law Opera Competition

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