Police meeting

Ottawa police deputy chief of frontline operations Jill Skinner speaks to about 20 people attending a public meeting in Kanata on changes to policing as part of the Ottawa police service initiative program on Jan. 18.

Cleary fan plant

The National Capital Commission discussed a rendering of the Cleary fan plant shown from the fifth floor of 727 Richmond Rd at its board meeting on Jan. 19. Board members discussed how to mitigate the visual impact of the building.

100 years of memories

Blossom Park resident Halina Fudakowska holds a letter she wrote to her husband during the Second World War. Correspondence between the couple had to be addressed and sent covertly during the war years between her home in Poland and her husband’s military regiment stationed in Italy because the Nazis opened all mail. Fudakowska celebrates her 100th birthday on Feb. 2.

Let your backbone slide

Carleton University kicks off a year of events to celebrate its 75th anniversary on Jan. 18 with a performance by Canadian hip-hop artist and former student Maestro Fresh Wes.

Central library crowd

About 200 people attended a meeting at city hall on Jan. 18 to discuss library board staff's recommended site for a new central library at 557 Wellington Street in LeBreton Flats. A quick show of hands showed no one was in favour of the proposed site.

Iconic spot

According to the National Capital Commission, Nepean Point is one of the most spectacular lookouts in Canada’s Capital, making it a key Capital destination. At the highest point of the site is a majestic statue of Samuel de Champlain, who explored the Ottawa River in 1613.

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