Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge receives ministry licence to care for wild animals

Five years ago, Lynne Rowe first had the idea of developing a wildlife sanctuary in Dunrobin - a place where injured and orphaned mammals could...

The dinner crowd at the spaghetti dinner fundraiser hosted by Fire Station 63 as a benefit for Liam McKnight at the Constance Bay Legion April 5. Young Liam poses for a photo with his mother Mandy.

McKnight family thanks firefighters, supporters for young Liam's benefit

News -Thank you so much to Fire Station 63 for hosting the spaghetti dinner fundraiser for Liam April 5 at the West Carleton Legion.

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Shawn McCauly, left, and Adrian Moyes took music class as elementary school students at Fitzroy Centennial in Kinburn. Now with the school shut down, the two have gotten together again to open Levels Jam Space and Recording Studio in the very same room.

Class act; Students reunite to create music studio

Adrian Moyes and Shawn McCauly could never have guessed, when taking music class at their rural elementary school, that one day they would...

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Asa Campbell and Dominic Sbardella test how quickly cold water can affect the body during a presentation by the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority at St. Michael School in Fitzroy on April 11.

Spring flows spark students safety talk

To emphasize the importance of spring water safety with students, Sarah O'Grady, education co-ordinator for the Mississippi Valley...

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Jack Alexander of Carp having fun at the CanAms in Sugarloaf, Vermont.

Carp athlete among ski racing's rising stars

Two of Calabogie Ski Racing Club's athletes have taken their skiing to the next level.

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A squad of 16 U12 soccer boys, including several from West Carleton, will be heading to London, England May 1-10 to learn, train and compete against some of the world's best soccer athletes.

West Ottawa U12 boys soccer team to play in England

A squad of 16 U12 soccer boys, including several from West Carleton, will be heading to London, England May 1-10 to learn, train and compete...

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Diefenbunker art exhibit created as a 'warning' for Canadians

Diefenbunker art exhibit created as a 'warning' for Canadians

Gail Bourgeois, the Diefenbunker's first ever artist-in-residence, is presents a series of site specific, mixed media artworks throughout...

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Artists, from left, RicharD Murphy, Elizabeth Potvin, Allison Fagan and Janis Miller Hall will take part in the Kanata Artists Studio Tour from May 2 to 4.

Artists prepare to open houses for studio tour

As a founding member of the Kanata Artists Studio Tour, Allison Fagan didn't open her studio to the public for the first time last year.

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Gerry Letang entertains at last year's Valley Heritage Radioathon's round-up dance at the Renfrew Armouries.

Valley Heritage annual Radiothon ready to roll Sunday

Valley Heritage Radio is gearing up for its biggest fundraiser of the year.

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Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge founder Lynne Rowe has received her wildlife care licence for her Dunrobin facility.

Wildlife licence received

Twelve children enjoyed an Easter crafts day for kids is held at the Constance Bay Community Centre from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Among them, ready to take their crafts home to enjoy, are Wally and Levon Lecente. See more photos and Easter preview coverage on pages 30, 33 and 37.

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Russell Willoughby and Quinn Cullen show offthe crafts they made during the Easter crafts session Saturday at the Constance Bay and Buckham's Bay Community Centre. At right, Hailey Scrivens is one of 12 children getting into the mood for Easter. The community centre will be the site of Easter events on Saturday and Sunday this weekend.

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Paula Murray on the evolution of porcelain sculpture

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The West Carleton Arts Society held its Spring into Art festival at the Carp Memorial Hall Saturday. The conference and luncheon at the Carp Memorial Hall explored the creation and promotion of art. Organizer Cheryl Poulin (earmark@guidelineict.com) lined up five speakers for the day: Christina Lovisa on Finding Your Fit in the Art World, Hilde Lambrechts, Founding of Figureworks.org

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