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Seniors will be kept busy in Constance Bay starting this week with new programming at the community...
Site plan approval sought by city
Operations manager Yvonne Swant and president Theresa Matthews discuss the rebranding of Voyageur Transportation to Voyago.
Voyageur Transportation has become Voyago.
Culverts sit ready for installation in Constance Bay back in 2015, as part of a $1.6-million drainage improvement project.
Residents will get a sneak peak at the city's proposed new rate structure for water, wastewater and stormwater before the proposed revised...
Mayor Jim Watson, musician John Carroll, Rideau-Vanier Coun. Mathieu Fleury, Gloucester-Southgate Diane Deans and ByWard Market Business Improvement Area’s executive director Jasna Jennings announced its October programming, Octoberfest, on Sept. 26.
There will be an abundance of sausages, wiener dogs and a few hefty pumpkins taking over the ByWard Market this fall.
Pyjama Patrol - a Kanata-based organization that collects new pyjamas for children and youth in need - is hosting a pyjama party at the Hazeldean Mall on Oct. 22 to celebrate the community and raise funds and awareness for its cause and partnering charities, the Kanata Food Cupboard and Chrysalis House. From left are Karen Waters, food cupboard client co-ordinator, Roxanne Marion, counsellor with Chrysalis House, Colleen Rhedey, event organizer, and Jen Muckler, founder of Pyjama Patrol.
Get ready to party in your pyjamas.
The Pyjama Patrol is hosting its inaugural Pyjama-Rama to raise funds to purchase new jammies for...
Three new Ottawa chapters of the Helen O'Grady Drama Academy - in Bells Corners, Barrhaven and Constance Bay - will focus on building confidence in students.
Even the shyest of children can be brought out of their shell.
Students at Huntley Centennial Public School have been learning to be mindful of others with their first ever six-week Kindness Challenge that encourages kids to do something small to make a peer's day a bit brighter. Students of all ages have been participating, like these Grade 4s, from left: Elias Lummac, Jace Kowalski, Jenny Bower, Teyan Findlay.
Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week from Feb. 12 to 18
Speed dating will be part of the unique format for the upcoming Conservative Leadership Conference on Nov. 13 in Greely that is being organized by Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre and the Carleton Conservative Association.
Ever wanted to go speed dating with a Conservative who could become Canada’s next prime minister?
Students from Briargreen and Knoxdale public schools get a chance to meet members of Canada's Paralympic team on Sept. 22 as part of a homecoming celebration hosted by CIBC at the bank's Sparks Street branch.
Just days after their return from Rio, a group of seven Paralympians who were part of Team Canada got one helluva homecoming thanks to some...
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