Redblacks Make Statement With Free Agent Acquisitions

March 3, 2015 2:06 pm
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Photo courtesy of Ottawaredblacks.com The Ottawa Redblacks have no intention of finishing their sophomore campaign in the league basement. General manager Marcel Desjardins made that clear when he made a splash in the free agent waters by acquiring a trio of receivers in Brad Sinopoli, Greg Ellingson and Ernest Jackson. […]

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Ken Read

February 26, 2015 1:20 pm
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2015 marks the Year of Sport and the 60th anniversary of Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. In recognition of these important milestones, OLM will be featuring Honoured Members of Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame in a weekly Profile piece. Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame aims to share the stories and […]

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Why Has My Brain Stopped Working?

February 24, 2015 2:01 pm
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Gillian, 42, a mother of two children, 4 and 6, worked as an accountant. She had a loving husband and a successful career she had worked very hard to create for herself. Gillian always had an incredible memory and could always count on her brain. However, over the past few […]

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Jean Béliveau

February 19, 2015 10:04 am
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Jean Béliveau, Athlete, Ice Hockey Jean Béliveau is one of the most genuine hockey heroes in Canadian history. Béliveau led by example both on and off the ice, separating him from other professional players, A fast skater, master stickhandler and outstanding playmaker, Béliveau could have easily let success get to […]

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How to Get a Good Night Sleep

February 18, 2015 12:15 pm
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Having trouble sleeping? Do you wake up some mornings with back or neck pain worse than the night before? Not getting a good night sleep can leave you tired and grumpy throughout the day. Many people are confused about how to create an optimal sleep environment. Simple and effective changes […]

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: J.P. Parisé

February 12, 2015 11:56 am
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J.P. Parisé: Athlete, Ice Hockey Imagine being 16-years-old and recruited by the NHL. This is a dream for many young hockey players. Amazingly, for J.P. Parisé, it was reality. Parisé began his NHL career with the Boston Bruins and then played for the Minnesota North Stars, Toronto Maple Leafs, New […]

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Ottawa Hockey Analytics Outlined Where the Game is Headed

February 11, 2015 2:00 pm
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The Ottawa Hockey Analytics conference at Carleton University showed how the game is evolving from a statistical standpoint. When author and advanced statistics writer Rob Vollman stated “we might make fun of plus-minus for its weaknesses and flaws” in front of a sold out crowd at the Ottawa Hockey Analytics […]

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Three Important Nutrients to Help Fight Inflammation

February 10, 2015 12:09 pm
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Sarah is 35, lives in Northern Ontario and has come to see me for nagging, persistent back pain. She has tried physiotherapy in her hometown but without much relief. She also lists on her intake that she is troubled by fatigue, insomnia and irritable bowel syndrome. When I palpate and […]

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Toller Cranston

February 5, 2015 12:06 pm
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Toller Cranston: Athlete, Figure skating Toller Cranston lived up to the expectation of his first name—a German word meaning “beyond great.” Cranston can be credited for revolutionizing men’s figure skating by bringing a form of artistry to the sport. It was his creative free-skating style that helped push figure skating […]

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Where Did My Energy Go?

February 3, 2015 12:24 pm
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The diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia is a common occurrence in naturopathic practice. Iron is a mineral needed by the body to carry oxygen from the lungs throughout the body bound to a blood cell by the protein hemoglobin (Hgb). Too little iron in the body is referred to as […]

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile: Geraldine Heaney

January 27, 2015 3:32 pm
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In honour of the Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame 2014 Induction Celebrations presented by Canadian Tire on October 22, OLM will be featuring inductees—recent and historic—in a weekly Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Profile piece. Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame aims to share the stories and achievements of Honoured Members […]

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Are You Burned Out?

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It happens. And it happens to almost everyone exposed to stress. You wake up one morning and find yourself utterly exhausted. You feel like you have been hit by a truck and every movement is accompanied by stiffness, heaviness and pain. You have no interest in anything and wish you […]

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Heartburn: Is Medication Your Right Option?

January 22, 2015 11:20 am
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Paul is a policy analyst working for the Government of Canada in Ottawa. With recent cut backs in his department his work load has been significantly higher over the last two years. About six months ago he began to notice what he described as heartburn. At first it was mild […]

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Senators Should Trade Anderson

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Photo courtesy of vavel.com Craig Anderson is in the midst of another superb campaign in which he has been the backbone of the Ottawa Senators…but it’s time to trade the 33-year-old goaltender. Anderson, at the time of writing this article, has registered a .929 save percentage, ranking him fourth in […]

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4 Misconceptions That Won’t Help When You Hit the Slopes this Season

January 19, 2015 1:32 pm
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Common Errors to Avoid from Sought-After Instructor & Keynote Speaker Chalky White As the season gets underway and skiers of all levels journey to the snow capped mountains, chances are that a great many of them will do some things that won’t help their cause, says world-class ski instructor Chalky […]

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Shovelling Your Way Through Winter: Tips on How to Do It Right!

January 16, 2015 11:33 am
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Winter weather has officially arrived! As the snow continues to pile up, shovelling can seem like a full time job. Most of us have shoveled at some point in our Canadian lifetime, but many are unaware of the tiresome affects it can have on our bodies if done incorrectly. Incorporating […]

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Chiu, Maas Tasked with Improving Redblacks

January 14, 2015 3:30 pm
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Jason Maas fields questions at a press conference. Photo credit: Lucy Scholey/Metro The Ottawa Redblacks will assign the arduous task of improving their offence on the respective shoulders of Bryan Chiu and Jason Maas. Chiu, who was hired as the team’s new offensive line coach on Dec. 23, held the […]

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