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11 steps to winning Black Friday

11 steps to winning Black Friday

1. Make sure it's actually Friday.

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Carp firefighter retires after 41 years

Volunteer firefighter Terry Kelly retires after 41 years of service in West Carleton. Kelly’s long service was celebrated by friends and family last month at a surprise retirement party. West Carleton-March Councillor Eli El-Chantiry is among the many attending to honour Kelly.

Carp firefighter retires after 41 years

Firefighter Terry Kelly hung up his gear last month after 41 years as a volunteer firefighter in the community. Kelly was celebrated...

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Pitch perfect: sing along with West Carleton Glee clubs

The junior Glee Club practices a Frozen favourite: Do you wanna build a snowman? in preparation for their holiday concert Dec. 17 in Kinburn.

Pitch perfect: sing along with West Carleton Glee clubs

The West Carleton Glee clubs are preparing to entertain the community this holiday season – and are looking for interested youth in grades...

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Here comes retirement for Vivien Daly

Vivien Daly, who is retiring after 44 years as treasurer of the Richmond Agricultural Society, enjoys herself at a recent church supper in Stittsville.

Here comes retirement for Vivien Daly

A lot has changed for the Richmond Fair since 1970. As just one example, revenues have grown from the $17,000 range to today’s $450,000...

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City champs

The St. Mark Lions celebrate on home ice after their shut-out win over Glebe Collegiate for the city title on Nov. 27.

St. Mark Lions shut out Glebe in hockey final

The roar of cheering fans was second only to shouts of victory on the ice as St. Mark closed its second straight shutout to win the city’s...

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More businesses for Bronson Avenue concerns residents

Bronson Avenue was reconstructed in 2012 and 2013 as an arterial road, but now a south-end community association president is worried the road's function as a traffic thoroughfare is threatened by a city plan to allow more businesses along Bronson's north end.

Concerns about commercial creep dominate zoning review

City planning staff has been working for months to create sought-after certainty in land uses, but some community activists were caught off...

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Party Smart

Algonquin College hospitality and tourism bartending students Brad Broder, Brittany Godin and Alex Jobin mix non-alcoholic drinks at a Nov. 26 Party Smart event.

Students suit up to try impaired driving simulator

It’s no secret that many post-secondary students partake in drinking in their new-found surroundings – a situation that can become dangerous...

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Collegial Clark says goodbye to council

City manager Kent Kirkpatrick, left, and Mayor Jim Watson, right, present a photo of Stanley Park, off Stanley Street in New Edinburgh near the Bytown Bridge to outgoing Rideau-Rockcliffe Coun. Peter Clark during the final city council meeting of the term on Nov. 26.

Collegial Clark says goodbye to council

Always known as a jokester around the council table, Rideau-Rockcliffe Coun. Peter Clark said he probably would have been happier as an...

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