Ottawa 2014 municipal election coverage

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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Yard sales this weekend

New Edinburgh and Sandy Hill will host community-wide garage sales on Sept. 20.

New Edinburgh, Sandy Hill to host fall garage sales

Two community-wide garage sales aim to offload goods to some of Ottawa’s thrifty shoppers.

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New court located in Bordeleau Park

A new basketball court at the far left corner of Bordeleau Park, between King Edward Avenue and the Rideau River will open for Lowertown residents on Sept. 19.

Lowertown basketball court ready to open

When Michael Kirkpatrick first moved to Lowertown, all he wanted for him and his friends was a place to play basketball.

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MRCA president runs for ward 5 councillor

Alexander Aronec

MRCA president runs for ward 5 councillor

March Rural resident and president of the area’s community association, Alexander Aronec is running for ward 5 councillor.

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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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Ash borer now killing woodlots: city– Image 1

Melanie Andeel and her dog Darby take a stroll through the formerly wooded Terry Fox Participark behind her Orléans home - one of the city woodlots that is now facing devastation from the emerald ash borer beetle.

Ash borer now killing woodlots: city

When Melody Andeel heard the whir of saws behind her Orléans home a couple weeks ago, she already knew what was coming.

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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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News From Beyond Ottawa Region

Canada

Homegrown terrorist wants to reform: lawyer

Canadian Press NewsAlert: Ottawa man pleads guilty to terror charge

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Ontario

McNaughton joins Ontario PC leadership race

Monte McNaughton joins race for leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives

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Ontario

U.S. growth could boost Ontario coffers: CIBC

U.S. growth could boost Ontario coffers by up to $5B: CIBC

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Ontario

Two men charged in death of 60-year-old

Toronto police charge 2 men wanted in death of 60-year-old man

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Ontario

Man faces 161 charges after 54 car break ins

Toronto man facing 161 charges after breaking into 54 cars

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Canada

Mulcair refuses to back Iraq mission

Mulcair refuses to back 'non-combat' deployment of Canadian commandos in Iraq

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Ontario

Liberals say OK for McGuinty to lobby them

Ontario Liberals defend ex-premier Dalton McGuinty's role as government lobbyist

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Ontario

Pickering garage fire death deemed suspicious

Police deem suspicious death of woman whose body found after Pickering fire

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Ontario

Police arrest 3 in Port Hope grow-op bust

Police arrest 3 people in grow-op bust near Port Hope, east of Toronto

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Events In Ottawa Region

Stop Smoking Drop-in

Wed Sep 17 | 2:00 PM

First Aid & CPR/AED Training

Thu Sep 18 | 9:00 AM

Seniors Chair Exercises

Thu Sep 18 | 2:00 PM

VOscars 2014

Thu Sep 18 | 6:30 PM

VOscars 2014

Thu Sep 18 | 6:30 PM

Upcoming Events

Sat Sep 20 | 9:30 AM

Petrie Island Nature Walk -...

Sat Sep 20 | 7:00 PM

The Singing Swords Fundraiser

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