Elmvale - Sarah Djuric knows first hand that paying it forward doesn’t just benefit others.
Jen Frechette is surrounded by family after crossing the finish line at the Boston Marathon in 2011. She ran in the marathon this year on April 22.
Jen Frechette said if a year goes by without her running a marathon, she starts to get the itch.
Warrant Officer Eric Gagnon, left, and retired sergeant Wally Turini discover they share the common bonds of the same hometown and years of dedicated service with the Canadian military, including overseas conflict. They were among 100 vets honoured at the Kanata legion on April 15.
Moments after meeting for the first time, retired sergeant Wally Turini and Warrant Officer Eric Gagnon immediately find common ground.
Robert Fitzpatrick kicks offa 10-kilometre march with about 40 people in downtown Ottawa on April 17, calling on telecom giants to provide high-speed Internet access to people living below the low-income measure.
For Elmvale resident Robert Fitzpatrick, the Internet is a lifeline.
This graphic shows the location of a new flashing amber warning light that will be installed on the Transitway to remind OC Transpo drivers of the rail crossing around the curve.
The city hopes a new flashing light reminding OC Transpo drivers of rail tracks ahead will make the Transitway safer.
Breakfast Children eat breakfast provided through the Ottawa School Breakfast Program. The program will receive proceeds from the sales of Francesco's Coffee's Community Breakfast Blend over the next six months.
Drinking a morning cup of coffee, a sacred ritual for many Ottawa residents, could be doing more good than you think.
Barrhaven resident Taylor Creighton is all smiles after her logo design for the 2014 CHEO telethon is officially unveiled Wednesday, April 16. The 17-year-old student was the star of the celebration at Sir Robert Borden High School in Nepean, where she attends Grade 12.
In just one week, Taylor Creighton transformed a blank piece of paper into a source of inspiration for others.
Venturer Scout and Elmvale resident Sarah Djuric, 16, is all smiles as she holds the door to an Elmvale Acres Shopping Centre coffee shop April 18. This is just one random act of kindness she plans to perform during Scouts Canada's annual Good Turn Week.
Sarah Djuric knows first hand that paying it forward doesn't just benefit
Glenn Clark leads a walk about Hog's Back and Mooney's Bay during last year's Jane's Walk event.
It's time to put on your walking shoes.