Breaking-up is hard to do

13 Break up lines and what they really mean

13 Break up lines and what they really mean

It’s hard to say, and it’s hard to hear, which is why honesty in break-ups rarely happens. Wouldn’t it be nice to hear the truth, even...

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Ottawacommunitynews.com is your source for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election, happening on Oct. 27.

Ottawa 2014 municipal election

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your headquarters for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election on Oct. 27.

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Back on his feet

Wendover teen Brad Laviolette, middle, is lucky to have the support of his parents Manon and Rob after he had both legs severed in a tubing accident last August. Laviolette has been a ‘frequent flyer’ patient at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario since his accident, and credits CHEO doctors for saving his legs.

CHEO lottery on the road to Vancouver Grey Cup

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario is taking its 24th-annual lottery on the road. This year’s Dream of a Lifetime lottery campaign...

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Sunday brunches start at Canadian Museum of Nature– Image 1

The Canadian Museum of Nature has announced it will host a series of brunch events starting this fall.

Sunday brunches start at Canadian Museum of Nature

The Canadian Museum of Nature has announced it will be serving up a new kind of event series this fall.

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Ashbury College celebrates new year with new building; Creative Learni– Image 1

Board of governor Chris Teron, Jayne Watson, a former Ashbury parent and executive officer of the National Arts Centre Foundation, board of governor Meena Roberts and Mayor Jim Watson help officially open Ashbury College's new Creative Learning Centre.

Ashbury College celebrates new year with new building

Ashbury College decided to start the new school year off with a strong focus on arts.

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Church hopes charity mugs runeth over; Sale of eclectic collection to – Image 1

For 14 years, Leslie and Derele Scharfe kept Derele's father's collection of beer mugs in storage, simply waiting for the right opportunity. The couple recently donated the 3,000 mugs to St. Matthew's Church in the Glebe, where Derele's parents were married 72 years ago. The church is holding a sale of the mugs on Sept. 27 to help raise money for the church's aging roof.

Church hopes charity mugs runeth over; Sale of eclectic collection to help fund St. Matthew's roof repair

Matthew's Anglican Church in the Glebe currently has more than 3,000 beer mugs in its possession.

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Children's treatment centre receives funding boost; Investment will me– Image 1

Griffin Walker is surrounded by his father Dan, left, mother Jennifer and Barbara Juett, his social worker at the Ottawa Children's Treatment Centre in south Ottawa. Griffin, who has cerebral palsy, accesses services and therapies at the centre, one of 21 in the province receiving a financial boost from the province to cut wait times for services and diagnoses.

Children's treatment centre receives funding boost; Investment will mean 500 more children each year will access services

Griffin Walker was just six months old when his parents, Dan and Jennifer, began navigating what continues to be a complex path to meet the...

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Arts, culture collide in pop-up gallery; Westboro gallery hosts work b– Image 1

Luigi St. Omer's Village Life is one of the many works features at the Farah Art Gallery in Westboro this month. The pop-up gallery is showcasing the works of 20 artists hailing from the Caribbean and Africa.

Arts, culture collide in pop-up gallery; Westboro gallery hosts work by 20 African, Caribbean artists

A pop-up art gallery in Westboro is now the temporary home to a vibrant collection of works, all inspired by the distinct cultural heritage...

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