War Memorial construction could commence in spring

Second World War veteran and West Carleton resident Roly Armitage, right, and Kanata resident and project archivist and secretary Peter Maddocks speak at a Kanata Legion meeting on Jan. 21 about the West Carleton War Memorial. The project committee needs to raise $8,000 by the end of March to take advantage of a fund-matching program through Veterans Affairs.

War Memorial construction could commence in spring

Shovels in the ground for a West Carleton War Memorial could come as early as this spring – if the group behind the monument can raise...

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Former candidate creates community council

Former West Carleton-March council candidate Jonathan Mark, right, is making good on his campaign promise of a “louder rural voice.” Tracey Smith-Jardine, left, sits on the council along with a number of others who worked on his election campaign team.

Former candidate creates community council

Former West Carleton-March council candidate Jonathan Mark is making good on his campaign promise of a “louder rural voice.”

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Kinburn Winter Wonderland

The Gelineau family, from left, dad Gil, Callum, 2, Gilbert, 4, and mom Meghan, enjoy the milder temperatures on Jan. 18 with a skate on the Dunrobin rink. The Kinburn Winter Wonderland Weekend hosts a free skating party on Feb. 6 from 7-9 p.m, and Feb. 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Indoor, outdoor fun for all ages at Kinburn Winter Wonderland

There’s something for everyone at this year’s Kinburn Winter Wonderland Weekend, taking place Feb. 5 to 7.

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MPP admits to receiving free booze, rooms from brewer

Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren admits that he was “a bit naïve” to accept free beer and a free room from a brewer.

MPP admits to receiving free booze, rooms from brewer

Carleton-Mississippi Mills MPP Jack MacLaren admits that he was “a bit naïve” to accept free beer and a free room from a brewer.

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Creamy mushroom soup great on a cold day

Creamy mushroom soup great on a cold day

Creamy mushroom soup great on a cold day

The extra prep is worth the effort for this company worthy soup.

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Fascinating finds for Huntley Historical Society at Carp library

Among the members of the Huntley Township Historical Society putting some order back into the group’s resource section at the Carp Library, from left, area Wilf Gilchrist, Peggy Blair. Joan Caldwell and Helen Weeden. The public is welcome to check out the historical items in the collection.

Fascinating finds for Huntley Historical Society at Carp library

When New Year's Day rolls around, most people make some attempt to set a resolution and as far as the Huntley Township Historical Society...

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Tree line work a true volunteer community effort

Tree line work a true volunteer community effort

Tree line work a true volunteer community effort

Volunteers in Constance Bay worked through -35 degree weather on Jan. 17 putting in a tree line from the community to Quebec.

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Liz Manley gathers friends for a good cause

Fifteen-year-old Chloe Bondar of the Gloucester Skating Club plans to not let nerves get the best of her when she skates with Olympic and world champions for the Liz Manley and Friends show at TD Place on Feb. 14.

Liz Manley gathers friends for a good cause

Olympian and mental health advocate Elizabeth Manley wants everyone to know her latest show, Liz Manley and Friends, is about so much more...

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