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Party politics

Ade Olumide said he will vote for the Conservative Party regardless of outcome. But he wants to change the party from within, “because if we let our party stoop to ends justifies the means politics, we will lose the moral authority to lead.”

Conservatives heading to court over nomination

As Conservative Walter Pamic busies himself with door knocking in Kanata-Carleton, the legitimacy of his nomination continues to hound the...

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Lions Club presents five $1,000 scholarships

Recipients of $1,000 scholarships each from the Stittsville District Lions Club, presented at the club's annual meeting June 24 at the Lions Hall are, from left) Andrea Pretty of South Carleton High School, Lion Beth Lewis, Renee Theoret of Sacred Heart Catholic High School and Claire Lizotte of South Carleton High School. Not pictured are recipients Charlotte Gervais of of Sacred Hearth Catholic High School and Zaina Kahiel of South Carleton High School.

Lions Club presents five $1,000 scholarships

Five students off to post-secondary studies this fall have $1,000 each to help with expenses thanks to the Stittsville District Lions Club....

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CSMA Academy raises $5,380 for breast cancer

With a giant cheque of $5,387.75 raised by a recent fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundat at the Canadian Sport Martial Arts Academy on Iber Road are, from left, owner Stewart Wilkinson, Jordan Ferguson and owner Imran Jaffer.

CSMA Academy raises $5,380 for breast cancer

At the Canadian Sport Martial Arts Academy (CSMA Academy) in Stittsville, students learn about the martial arts and how to get in shape in...

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Margaret Noble receives Goulbourn Skating Club's community builder award

Goulbourn Skating Club coach Alex Norton, centre, presents the club's awards for the Canpower program in Richmond to Abby Allan for most improved skater and David Godin for most dedicated skater.

Margaret Noble receives Goulbourn Skating Club's community builder award

Goulbourn Skating Club member Margaret Noble received the Club’s community builder award at its recent year-end awards ceremony. The...

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Last class leaves Munster Elementary School

Celebrating the presentation of grade 5 leaving certificates at Munster Elementary School are, from left, teacher D. Hallard, principal R. Shields, Felicite McDonald (holding Rufus the school mascot), Nolan Bell, Brena Irvine, Zoe Richardson, Taylor Hobbs, Emily Fisher, Caleb Brydges, teachers D. Anderson and C. Nicholson.

Last class graduates from Munster Elementary School

Seven students marched not only off to middle school but also into history at the leaving ceremony at Munster Elementary School on...

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Architecture award

The Beaverbrook Branch of the Ottawa Public Library has received an award from the Ontario Library Association for its $10 million re-design, which includes tall windows at its façade and a concrete mural by local artist Chris Griffin which features Blanding’s turtles both in the mural and as 3-D sculptures leading inside the building.

New Beaverbrook library receives architecture award

The recently redesigned Beaverbrook library has caught attention on a provincial scale, being chosen as one of four Ontario libraries to...

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LRT to Kanata

The city’s finance and economic development committee just passed a motion to look into having a light rail transit link to Kanata before 2031 after Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley tabled the motion on June 29.

Fast track to Kanata

The city is looking into having light rail transit to Kanata before 2031 after a motion tabled by Kanata South Coun. Allan Hubley passed at...

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On target

Melanie McCann’s athletic career depends on excelling in five different sports. The Ottawa-based athlete will travel to Toronto in July to test her skills in modern pentathlon’s five disciplines for the 2015 Pan Am Games.

Olympic modern pentathlete to compete in second Pan Am games

Melanie McCann's training and determination paired with the support of her team of four coaches carried her to the Pan Am Games in 2011 and...

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