Bass Pro store still ‘full steam ahead’ says rep

A Taggart Realty Management sign proclaims the coming of a new shopping centre anchored by a major Cabela’s outdoor outfitter store right across the street from the Tanger Outlets shopping centre in Kanata by Highway 417 and Palladium Drive. The Tanger mall is creating opportunity for more regional retailers, said a company spokesperson.

Bass Pro store still ‘full steam ahead’ says rep

A plan to bring a Bass Pro outdoor outfitter to Kanata won’t be derailed by news a competitor plans to set up shop a few blocks away, says...

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Pot shop

The Heavens to Betsy boutique could soon be home to a National Access Cannabis centre, a franchise that helps patients navigate the medical marijuana system.

Marijuana centre coming to Hintonburg

A medical marijuana “gatekeeper” could open its doors this spring on Hintonburg’s main street.

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Polar plunge

The water won’t be quite as warm as this when volunteer firefighters take a dip on March 8. The polar plunge and flag football game is raising funds for Dunrobin’s Kaelan Carlson, pictured, who was diagnosed with Friedreich’s ataxia last year.

Dunrobin firefighters to take polar plunge

Volunteer firefighters will plunge into frigid waters on March 8 to raise funds for a local Dunrobin family.

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Big budget

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority has upped its budget 23 per cent to cover several major capital projects this year.

Conservation authority ups 2015 budget for big projects

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority has tabled a budget 23 per cent higher than last year’s to fund a busy year full of capital...

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Candidate contender

Maria Sabaye wants to represent the Kanata-Carleton New Democrats in this year’s federal election. She faces John Hansen in the nomination meeting at the Mlacak Centre, Feb. 28, at 2 p.m.

New Democrat vies for Kanata-Carleton nomination

Maria Sabaye deplores the Conservatives undermining of science and laments Canada’s loss of respect in world affairs, particularly in the...

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NCC unveils short list of Lebreton Flats proposals

National Capital Commission chief executive Mark Kristmanson, left, alongside fellow board member Kay Stanley, on Feb. 18 announces the shortlisted groups that will develop proposals for LeBreton Flats.

NCC unveils short list of Lebreton Flats proposals

The Ottawa Senators’ plan for a downtown arena is among the four proposals shortlisted by the National Capital Commission for the...

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Proposed transit fare hike becoming hot-button issue

City councillors answered a number of questions about proposed transit fare increases at budget consultations held across Ottawa earlier this month.

Proposed transit fare hike becoming hot-button issue

The proposed transit fare hike contained within the city’s draft budget seems modest at 2.5 per cent, but at $3.55 a trip, it has some...

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Bay volunteers

The Constance and Buckham’s Bay Community Association held its annual general meeting recently. President Ian Glen and vic- president Heather Lucente look forward to a busy year, especially with the upgrades and expansion of the Len Purcell Community Centre.

Community association elects new board, discusses Project Sandhills

The extreme financial fluctuations at Constance Bay’s community association will straighten out somewhat now that much of the Project...

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