Winning gold medals at national ringette championships

Members of the U19AA Nepean Ravens ringette show of the gold medals they won at the recent Canadian Ringette Championships in Wood Buffalo, Alberta. Pictured, from left, are Hanya Wyatt of Richmond, Samantha Benning of Richmond, Ariana Mahaney of Munster and Emily Hogan of Kanata.

Winning gold medals at national ringette championships

National champions! Not many can lay claim to such an accomplishment but four ringette players from the West Ottawa area – two from...

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Holy Spirit shows its Sens spirit

All of the students and staff of Holy Spirit Catholic School on Main Street in Stittsville assembled at the front of the school April 17 wearing their new white Hamburglar/Go Sens Go t-shirts which were provided thanks to the generosity of six dads.

Holy Spirit shows its Sens spirit

Go, Sens, Go.” This chant was voiced by the over 300 students and staff of Holy Spirit Catholic School on Stittsville Main Street in...

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Variety of topics at 'Night of Pink'

Ottawa Carleton District School board trustee Lynn Scott, left, reads out the names of award winners at the 'Night of Pink' gala at A. Lorne Cassidy Elementary School in Sittsville as the gala's two MCs, Jenna Gervais and Trinity Lowthian, look on.

Variety of topics at 'Night of Pink'

Homelessness. Mental health. Cyberbullying. Racism. Self-harming. Child labour. Human rights. Prejudice. Suicide. Bullying. Sexism....

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All aboard

Mayor Jim Watson is feeling confident that Stage 2 of the city's light-rail plans will keep moving after the federal and Ontario budgets both including major transit dollars.

Stage 2 light rail funding on a roll in Ottawa

Mayor Jim Watson is optimistic his light rail dream will become a funded reality after an exciting week of public transit announcements from...

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Sheldon Kennedy

Sheldon Kennedy, former NHL player and abuse victim, speaks about the new course that hockey parents in Ottawa will be required to take in 2015 for the next hockey season. Kennedy was at the Richcraft Sensplex on April 20 to help make the announcement.

Respect in Hockey program here for local minor hockey teams

A new respect in hockey program will launch next season for all minor hockey clubs who are a part of Hockey Eastern Ontario.

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Arriving on foot

More than 60 per cent of Ottawa RedBlacks fans took alternative routes to games last year, exceeding the city’s expectations.

Lansdowne gets A+ for traffic at RedBlacks games

Glebe residents have been pleasantly surprised to see more fans taking transit to football games at Lansdowne Park than expected, but...

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Tracy's Hope Classroom

Members of a small community in the Tipitapa region of Nicaragua celebrate the opening of Tracy’s Hope Classroom and the Thomas Borge school, built through funds raised in memory of Bridlewood native Tracy Lee Nolan, on March 20.

Nicaraguan school built in memory of Bridlewood resident

When the Bell family from Bridlewood remember daughter and sister Tracy Lee Nolan, they know now more than ever that her memory means more...

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Coffee house held at South Carleton

Kathryn Fitzgerald, left, since 'The Hanging Tree' as she is accompanied by Nick Lefebvre on keyboard at the coffee house at South Carleton High School in Richmond April 9.

Coffee house held at South Carleton

- Music coffee houses have become a tradition at South Carleton High School in Richmond, going on now for 14 years. The final coffee...

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