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Work just underway for Dorion after trade deadline day

Work just underway for Dorion after trade deadline day

If you thought NHL trade deadline day was ripe with activity for the Ottawa Senators, wait ‘til June 26th in Montreal.
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The Female Eye Film Festival showcases female directed films

The Female Eye Film Festival showcases female directed films

The 18th annual Female Eye Film Festival (FeFF) presents a special lineup of films in recognition of International Women’s Day, March 5-8, 2020 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox

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Benefits of designing an interior space with wall art

Benefits of designing an interior space with wall art

Having amazing wall art can transform a boring one or dual-toned wall space into a fully-functional masterpiece
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Top Stories

Canada’s fearless warrior journalist: Christie Blatchford has died

Canada’s fearless warrior journalist: Christie Blatchford has died

Our Friend and a giant in Canadian journalism, National Post newspaper columnist Christie Blatchford has died at 68 after a battle with late-stage lung cancer that was first diagnosed last November.
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Ottawa man left destitute after faulty Ottawa Police Service investigation

Ottawa man left destitute after faulty Ottawa Police Service investigation

If you Google ‘police misconduct in Ottawa’ it is clear that the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) has a problem.
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Ottawa Dental Society celebrates 125 years by giving back

Ottawa Dental Society celebrates 125 years by giving back

This year ODS is celebrating its 125 anniversary serving dentists and the Ottawa community. Since its humble beginnings, the Society has grown to over 600 members.
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Arts & Events

What's happening in Ottawa February 21-23, 2020

What's happening in Ottawa February 21-23, 2020

Here a just a few of the great events happening in the city this weekend! 
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Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) 2020 edition

Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) 2020 edition

CNOY is a great opportunity to have fun with friends and family, and make a difference in the lives of people who need the programs and services of The Ottawa Mission
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Alan Doyle shows a new side

Alan Doyle shows a new side

We caught up with Doyle ahead of his March 28, 2020 show at the National Arts Centre to discuss Newfoundland, his bizarre luck at assembling a crowd and how he got involved in a musical.
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Sports

Work just underway for Dorion after trade deadline day

Work just underway for Dorion after trade deadline day

If you thought NHL trade deadline day was ripe with activity for the Ottawa Senators, wait ‘til June 26th in Montreal.
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Atlético Ottawa becomes 8th team in the Canadian Premier League

Atlético Ottawa becomes 8th team in the Canadian Premier League

Soccer returns to the Capital in April 2020!
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Batherson’s the real deal . . . and other stuff

Batherson’s the real deal . . . and other stuff

It’s been a hectic past couple of weeks across the NHL with coach firings, player movement, injuries, some player growth and of course – the lead-up to the trade deadline.

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Politics

Canada must learn lessons from Belgium on assisted dying legislation

Canada must learn lessons from Belgium on assisted dying legislation

A Belgian case clearly highlights the challenges of introducing Medical Assistance in Dying for persons in Canada with chronic physical, developmental and mental disabilities not facing imminent death.
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To win, Conservatives first need to see Red

To win, Conservatives first need to see Red

The starting gun has been fired on the Conservative Party leadership race. Questions of ‘who’s in’ and ‘who’s out’ are swirling. The leadership race is also bringing to the fore another important, perhaps more consequential question: what does it mean to be a Tory today?
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It’s time to rethink the CBC

It’s time to rethink the CBC

The CBC license is up for renewal and the debate is (again) on. Is it fair to keep public funding for this broadcaster? Or, more bluntly, do we need CBC?

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Fashion & Beauty

The Great Escape

The Great Escape

Tropical Prints and bright colour pairings took over the spring 2020 runway shows!
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Love is on the hair

Love is on the hair

Hair transplant procedures are a developing pattern in today's modern times. 
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The power of red

The power of red

In anticipation of Valentine's Day, our fashion editor, Alexandra Gunn, tells you how to wear this bold and exciting colour!
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Business

Ottawa's business social for high achieving professionals

Ottawa's business social for high achieving professionals

RÄNDA VOO’s stylish  and exclusive business socials are monthly events that bring together young professionals
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Setting Up Business in Ottawa: 5 Employment Laws to Know

Setting Up Business in Ottawa: 5 Employment Laws to Know

With a healthy work environment and an abundance of opportunities, it’s no surprise that companies from all over the world are expanding into Ottawa.
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Is this the year more businesses fall

Is this the year more businesses fall

Businesses are unstable structures that we base our lives around. We want to explore why some big businesses might fall, and how to ensure your small business stays floating this year.
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Food & Wine

The Patty Queen comes to the Capital

The Patty Queen comes to the Capital

Carolyn Simon’s flavourful vegan Jamaican patties are available in Ottawa!
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Lowertown Brewery: Craft beer and comfort food!

Lowertown Brewery: Craft beer and comfort food!

The ByWard Market’s first brewery, Lowertown Brewery, is located on York Street in the heart of the market.
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Dos and don’ts in wine drinking etiquette you should know

Dos and don’ts in wine drinking etiquette you should know

For many wine enthusiasts, going to a wine tasting event is an excellent way to taste new wines that are becoming popular in the market.
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Travel

Scotland Slowly

Scotland Slowly

On this most wonderful trip, Adventure Canada will give you a new appreciation for the world and for the simple beauty and ingenuity of the many things we take for granted.
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Fun things for kids to do in Ottawa

Fun things for kids to do in Ottawa

Every parent knows that some children have a tendency to get bored really easily. They need to constantly be active or mentally engaged.
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5 tips for staying on top of business while traveling

5 tips for staying on top of business while traveling

Being away from the office doesn’t mean that you have to be completely in the dark as to what’s going on at work. When you have the right tools and tips, you can continue to be a committed professional even when you’re hundreds of miles above land.
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Health

Understanding Insulin Resistance

Understanding Insulin Resistance

Insulin acts like a key that allows the energy from food to enter the body’s cells. Every time we eat our bodies produce insulin.
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Heart to Heart with Adele: Allowance

Heart to Heart with Adele: Allowance

Adele addresses the best practices to ensure that your children develop into adults who understand that they have to work for things they want 
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Anatomy of an accident

Anatomy of an accident

I was feeling like a million bucks one sunny August morning in 2016 when I walked into the alley from the east . . .
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Homes & Neighbourhoods

Benefits of designing an interior space with wall art

Benefits of designing an interior space with wall art

Having amazing wall art can transform a boring one or dual-toned wall space into a fully-functional masterpiece
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Pros and cons to using a guarantor loan to purchase your house

Pros and cons to using a guarantor loan to purchase your house

If you're having trouble securing a traditional mortgage, you may want to consider a guarantor loan.
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Protect your home from the deep freeze –Tips from Enercare

Protect your home from the deep freeze –Tips from Enercare

With the coldest temperatures of the year expected in Ontario tonight, it’s important for homeowners to ensure they’re staying safe and warm.
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Good Reads

Using Hashtags on Instagram to grow your business

Using Hashtags on Instagram to grow your business

If you are in the process of starting up or running a business, you probably understand the importance of using social media as a marketing tool.
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Upgrade your life bit by bit

Upgrade your life bit by bit

Life is what you make of it, and some of us miss out on the chance to turn our lives into something great because we feel stuck in a rut with what we're doing at the minute.
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TOP 5 colleges in Ottawa

TOP 5 colleges in Ottawa

The education system in Canada has one of the key roles in the country's internal development policy. Learn which Ottawa colleges are of the highest standards.

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Reviews

Brilliant Brault on Breau in 5 O'Clock Bells

Brilliant Brault on Breau in 5 O'Clock Bells

Currently playing at The Gladstone, Pierre Brault's show 5 O'Clock Bells is about guitar legend Lenny Breau
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Sharpen your mind and soul with Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools

Sharpen your mind and soul with Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools

Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools opened last night at the Great Canadian Theatre Company and it is an uncomfortable, unsettling, powerful, raw and absolutely beautiful piece of theatre.
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Film Reviews: The Grudge & Ip Man 4: The Finale

Film Reviews: The Grudge & Ip Man 4: The Finale

Keith Whittier describes why you should 'swipe left' on one of these films, while the other he recommends even if you missed the first three in the series!
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Best Picks

The Patty Queen comes to the Capital

The Patty Queen comes to the Capital

Carolyn Simon’s flavourful vegan Jamaican patties are available in Ottawa!
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Peak Property window cleaning – Let the sunshine in!

Peak Property window cleaning – Let the sunshine in!

With spring around the corner many residents are starting to turn their attention to spring cleaning.
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the perfect pair: Chocolate and Wine

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the perfect pair: Chocolate and Wine

Valentine's day is right around the corner, that means chocolate, flowers and wine, a time where you can show your significant other just how much you love them.
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