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Police to patrol waterways

Ottawa police will patrol the waterways this long weekend to discourage boaters from drinking and operating a watercraft.

Police to patrol waterways this long weekend

Ottawa police will patrol the waterways this long weekend to discourage boaters from drinking and operating a watercraft.

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Symphonic superheroes

These Marvel superheroes any many more villains will be doing battle at the Canadian Tire Centre to the tunes of Ottawa-raised Michael Picton on July 31.

Superhero show’s Marvel-ous music has local connection

With superheroes all the rage on TV, the big screen, on stage and even at local events, people everywhere are getting more chances to rub...

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Carp market

Carp Farmers’ Market vendor Lis Allison accepts an award from Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and Carleton-March Coun. Eli El-Chantiry for her dedication to the Carp Farmers’ Market for 25 years. She has been a vendor since opening day way back in 1990.

Hildegarde’s dream lives on at the Carp market

Twenty-five years ago, Hildegarde Anderson had a dream.

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High point

Andrew D’Souza won a Pan Am silver medal for badminton after defeating the top seeded player in the men’s singles to get to gold medal final.

Ottawa badminton player wins Pan Am silver, defeats top seed

D’Souza won the silver medal on July 16 after a hard-fought final match against Guatemala’s Kevin Cordon, who captured the gold.

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Tarik Bouragba, 16, sits in the hallway of his Navan home. The teen has spent most of his time at home since October 2014, the last time he attended school.

Teen without a school now two years behind

Sixteen-year-old Tarik Bouragba hasn’t been to school since October 2014, because two local school boards have refused him admission, and...

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Fitness classes, centre to open this fall

Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Association members Len Russell (Sandhills Project manager) and Ian Glen (president) are eager to see the new addition to the community centre open this fall. A host of fitness programs will be offered, as well as access to a full fitness centre.

Fitness classes, centre to open in the Bay this fall

A whole host of day programs and fitness activities will be offered at the Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Centre this fall.

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Drainage work in the Bay

A home on Bayview Drive is surrounded by water in this photo from August 2013 due to river flooding.

Drainage work in the Bay to cost $1.6 million: city

Drainage improvements in Constance Bay will cost $1.6 million, but the work is necessary for future road resurfacing, says the city.

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Photo project for hopeful hockey players

CainCo photographer Steve Cain is known for his White Shirt Gallery project for charity, where he takes imaginative photos of volunteer models with his white dress shirt as a prop. The project has supported the Capital City Condors since 2011, but this summer Cain hopes to help them buy a special piece of equipment to allow a young boy the chance to safely play hockey with the Condors for the first time.

Photographer fundraising for special needs hockey player

A local photographer is working with the Capital City Condors to make sure a would-be hockey player has the chance to take part in the...

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