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Signatures Show: Canadian Handmade Live

Signatures Show: Canadian Handmade Live

In its 35th Anniversary, the Signatures Show brings to Ottawa a new generation of skilled Canadian craftspeople.
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Film Review: Wonder

Film Review: Wonder

Based on the New York Times bestseller, WONDER tells the incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences who enters fifth grade, attending a mainstream elementary school for the first time.
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J & J's Gibberish: Art Therapy - Catch BESSYART Show

J & J's Gibberish: Art Therapy - Catch BESSYART Show

One mother's weekly journey in raising her special needs children. 
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Top Stories

Ottawa Preteen's Sugardrop Sweetwear Co. Fashionably Fighting Diabetes

Ottawa Preteen's Sugardrop Sweetwear Co. Fashionably Fighting Diabetes

Kate Beaulieu launches clothing line for diabetes awareness 
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Ottawa Remembers

Ottawa Remembers

Pin on your poppy this weekend as Canadians gather from coast to coast in commemoration of those who gave their lives in service of our country.
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Fake News, Real Death!

Fake News, Real Death!

Ottawa Lawyer Michael Edelson Crafts Fantasy Defence Narrative in Police Killing

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Arts & Events

Signatures Show: Canadian Handmade Live

Signatures Show: Canadian Handmade Live

In its 35th Anniversary, the Signatures Show brings to Ottawa a new generation of skilled Canadian craftspeople.
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Timber Timbre's Fiction Becomes Reality

Timber Timbre's Fiction Becomes Reality

After a decade of music and five albums, Timber Timbre looked to science fiction for inspiration.

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A Unique Choir on the Ottawa Musical Scene

A Unique Choir on the Ottawa Musical Scene

The Ottawa Classical Choir is proud to bring to the Ottawa’s musical scene the best in classical choir music.
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Good Reads

Science Museum Ready to Illuminate Again

Science Museum Ready to Illuminate Again

There’s Something for Everyone at the New Science and Technology Museum
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4 Ways to Spread the Good Around on World Kindness Day

4 Ways to Spread the Good Around on World Kindness Day

Here are some easy ways you can spread kindness in your everyday life, not only on World Kindness Day, but just in general.
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100 Youth Join MPs on Parliament Hill to Witness Democracy in Action

100 Youth Join MPs on Parliament Hill to Witness Democracy in Action

Selected from Boys and Girls Clubs and Big Brothers Big Sisters across the country, 100 young leaders aged 14 to 24 were on Parliament Hill on November 7 to gain an insider perspective on Canadian democracy by job shadowing Members of Parliament and Hill staffers who make important decisions about Canada and its future.
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Sports

105th Grey Cup & Grey Cup Festival Transportation Plan Unveiled

105th Grey Cup & Grey Cup Festival Transportation Plan Unveiled

On Thursday, the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group in partnership with the City of Ottawa unveiled the Transportation Plan for Grey Cup week in the Nation’s Capital.
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If the Current 'Cool' in the NHL is Skating, Ottawa is Sitting Pretty Chill

If the Current 'Cool' in the NHL is Skating, Ottawa is Sitting Pretty Chill

Mimicry is the great motivator in the National Hockey League.
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Ottawa Impact!

Ottawa Impact!

Chairs are flying, bodies crashing, turkey’s bouncing off the table and mashed potatoes are streaking the wall. Either it’s a typical Thanksgiving dinner with the in-laws or wrestling has returned to Lansdowne Park’s Aberdeen Pavilion.  
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Health

5 Healthy Habits For Seniors

5 Healthy Habits For Seniors

You’ve lived a life filled with some of the best experiences that have made you who you are, but why stop there?
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5 ways your desk job could be secretly hurting you

5 ways your desk job could be secretly hurting you

With some experts calling sitting the new smoking, many of us who work in an office setting are rightly concerned about the effects of a sedentary lifestyle on our health. Fortunately, you can make smarter, healthier decisions if you know about the risks of sitting at a desk all day long.
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How to sooth tired, aching feet

How to sooth tired, aching feet

Foot experts say it is time to make some changes.
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Fashion

Keep your skin and hair looking great this season

Keep your skin and hair looking great this season

As we transition from fall to winter, we tend to focus most of our energy on updating our wardrobe for the cool weather, but often forget about our beauty routine, which is equally important.
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How to change your beauty routine for harsher seasons

How to change your beauty routine for harsher seasons

Updating your wardrobe to protect yourself from the cold is obvious, but don't forget about protecting your skin.
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Style Yourself 4 Ways for Sweater Weather!

Style Yourself 4 Ways for Sweater Weather!

We all have a favourite chunky sweater or two in our wardrobe and they’re truly a fall and winter staple because they are so cozy and versatile.
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Business

PlayOLG and the future of Provincial Online Casinos

PlayOLG and the future of Provincial Online Casinos

It has been almost two years since the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission launched their online casino platform, PlayOLG.ca.
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Custom-Crafted Clothing & Ecommerce

Custom-Crafted Clothing & Ecommerce

For a long time, the clothing market was dominated by large retailers. The proliferation of ecommerce has done a few things for the clothing industry.
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Adding a Dimension to Inclusivity

Adding a Dimension to Inclusivity

Requiring Canadian experience can be discriminatory – and also means lost opportunities for organizations that demand it

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Food & Wine

Start the day strong with these grab-and-go breakfasts

Start the day strong with these grab-and-go breakfasts

Missed alarms, stubborn teenagers and spilt milk are just some of the reasons you and your kids might be missing a healthy breakfast.
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Flapjack's Canadian Diner: experiencing the real Canadian tradition!
Cozy up to fall with a hearty classic Canadian soup

Cozy up to fall with a hearty classic Canadian soup

Try this classic velvety chowder that celebrates cool autumn nights.
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Travel

What Are the World’s Biggest Cities Doing To Become More Accessible?

What Are the World’s Biggest Cities Doing To Become More Accessible?

You would think that, in 2017, it’s easy for someone with a disability to get around. Unfortunately, that’s just not the case.
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Five unusual ways to budget for your trip

Five unusual ways to budget for your trip

Budgeting for any trip can be a slow and tedious process, and potentially even a stressful one if you’re on a time limit, but we know you can do it!
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5 family friendly tips to breeze through airport security

5 family friendly tips to breeze through airport security

If stress-free airport screening is on your wish list this winter, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) has some tips to help you and your family breeze through security.
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Politics

Why is the federal government starving demand for innovation?

Why is the federal government starving demand for innovation?

Innovation is not solely driven by science or basic research.
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Three reasons why Canada should invest more in polytechnic education for innovation

Three reasons why Canada should invest more in polytechnic education for innovation

It seems as the conversation continues to unfold internationally, our federal government has not considered all the solutions already at hand in Canada that can boost innovation and productivity
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Time to acknowledge the other baby scoop

Time to acknowledge the other baby scoop

Many Canadians are unaware that in the immediate postwar decades, federal and provincial governments also funded draconian adoption policies that harmed non-Indigenous “unwed mothers.”
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Home & Design

Understanding renovation quotes

Understanding renovation quotes

Price is a critical aspect of any renovation project. What will it cost to do the job you want? Alternatively, how far can you go on a set budget?

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Neighbourhood Spotlight: Sandy Hill

Neighbourhood Spotlight: Sandy Hill

Sandy Hill is the most densely residential pocket in downtown Ottawa.
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Tips for closing up your cottage for winter

Tips for closing up your cottage for winter

When cold weather starts to move in, rodents and other overwintering pests will be looking for a cozy place to call home.
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Reviews

Film Review: Justice League

Film Review: Justice League

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.
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Ordinary Days Extraordinary at GCTC!

Ordinary Days Extraordinary at GCTC!

Ordinary Days… is exactly that, an ode to the every day and some of the challenges of love, living life day-to-day and dealing with just run of the mill life frustrations. 
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Album Reviews: November 13, 2017

Album Reviews: November 13, 2017

#OLMMusic takes a look at new releases from Tennis, Curl, Bibio, Iskwé and Baxter Dury.
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