Top 5 children’s books set in Ontario

Top 5 children’s books set in Ontario

Top 5 children’s books set in Ontario

    With the number of books that are published each year in the United States, it's hard to stay on top of...

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Rural transit options available to seniors

Kathy Riley, accessibility specialist for the City of Ottawa, OC and Para Transpo, speaks to a crowd of 80 people on rural transit options available.

Rural transit options available to seniors

Rural seniors who need transportation have options available to them.

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Pasta with fresh tomato caper sauce a nice, light dinner

Pasta with fresh tomato caper sauce a nice, light dinner

Pasta with fresh tomato caper sauce a nice, light dinner

Pantesco means "in the style of Panteleria,” an island off the coast of Sicily. Capers grow well there and work well too in the no-cook...

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West Carleton organizations finalists at Ottawa Tourism Awards

The Carp Fair was a finalist in the Event of the Year category – won by RBC Bluesfest. The other finalists were: Music and Beyond, TD Ottawa Jazz Festival, and Tim Hortons Dragon Boat Festival.

West Carleton organizations finalists at Ottawa Tourism Awards

Although the Carp Fair and the Diefenbunker didn’t win in their respective categories at the Ottawa Tourism Awards, just being a finalist...

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WCSS students head to skills competition

From left, teacher James Patterson; students Brad Dubois, Farren Medynski and Alex Gupta; teacher Donna-Lynn Fulford; and students Kyle McGuire, Jason Carr and Robby Sullivan. The group, including student Tommy Langstaff (missing from the photo) was preparing to head to Waterloo for the Ontario Technological Skills Competition.

WCSS students head to skills competition

Seven West Carleton Secondary School students were making their final preparations on May 1 to head to the Ontario Technological Skills...

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Firefighters contain Carp brush fire

Firefighters worked quickly to contain a brush fire in Carp on May 4. The call came in around 2:10 p.m., with fire services stating the fire was contained, but not out completely, within a half hour.

Firefighters contain Carp brush fire

Firefighters worked quickly to contain a brush fire in Carp on May 4.

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CloudLab makerspace

PrototypeD Team and the Quartier Vanier BIA are set to open new mobile design studio in Vanier this summer.

‘CloudLab’ looks to spark conversation in Vanier

A new mobile collaborative design studio is set to make its first pit stop in Vanier this summer. Ottawa-based design firm PrototypeD...

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Bike corrals

A pilot bike corral program is returning to past locations in the Glebe and Hintonburg this summer.

Bike corrals return to Glebe and Hintonburg for summer

East end residents are hoping a bike corral could be coming to a curb nearby this summer. The city is set to renew its bike corral...

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Toronto holds off on taxi licence decision

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