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Players from the University of Ottawa Gee Gees and Carleton Ravens are seen during last September's Panda game. This year's event will take place on Sept. 20 on the newly opened field at TD Place.
A half-century old rivalry will play out on the Lansdowne gridiron this month.
Employees and volunteers with Hospice Care Ottawa stand in the newly renovated Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice interior on April 16, holding an artist rendering of what the hospice will look like when construction is completed. The organization will be holding its first open house at the hospice on Sept. 22.
The Ruddy-Shenkman Hospice will open its doors to the community during Hospice Care Ottawa's first ever annual general meeting at the site...
Dance instructor Kari Hummer, centre, leads members of her transformational burlesque class in a routine on Aug. 29. The class has been pushing women to feel at home in their own skin, said some of Hummer's students.
There is nothing wrong with women learning to be sexy and move in their own body, says Kari Hummer.
FILE City staffis currently looking at a number of ideas to help make the Byward Market more functional and enjoyable. Some of the ideas they are thinking about is ways to add more fresh food and local products to the area.
What would you like to see change for the better in the Byward Market?
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.
The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario is taking its 24th-annual lottery on the road.
Robert Graham touches a checkpoint to register his time during an orienteering event at Pinhey's Point in 2013. Ottawa Orienteering held a night orienteering event in Beaverbrook and Kanata Lakes on Sept. 13.
If you live in Beaverbrook or Kanata Lakes and saw small lights flying about on Sept. 13, it wasn't fairies, aliens or dancing fireflies.
Cairn Cunnane's metal artistic fence will border the eastern edge of Bingham Park as the park's public art feature.
A stainless steel fence designed to look like a flowing river in honour of the history of Lowertown will soon border the eastern edge of...
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