Album Reviews for November 11, 2019 Remembering Canadians from all conflicts Early returns favouring most Canadian NHL teams Craig Stickland doesn't waste a minute The opportunities and the tensions in the Canada-China relationship What to do with the West?
 

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Album Reviews for November 11, 2019

Album Reviews for November 11, 2019

Five new albums for listening, including the bizarre acoustics of a fun Ottawa band.

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Remembering Canadians from all conflicts

Remembering Canadians from all conflicts

We have a duty every November 11th not to just to remember our veterans from the two major wars from our history but from all conflicts.
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How technology makes it easier to catch a cheating spouse

How technology makes it easier to catch a cheating spouse

If you are morally bound from cheating or are likely to fall for tempting opportunities, you should keep in mind that modern technology can has made it easier for you to get caught.
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Top Stories

The Ottawa Hospital honours work of three researchers

The Ottawa Hospital honours work of three researchers

The Ottawa Hospital celebrated the transformational work of three researchers dedicated to improving care at this year's gala on October 26.
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Get ready to “Dance the night away”

Get ready to “Dance the night away”

The Mavericks are in Ottawa on Saturday, October 26. Ottawa Life Magazine caught up with Mavericks keyboardist and vocalist Jerry Dale McFadden on the road earlier this week.
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Changing the world one chocolate bar at a time: La Siembra celebrates 20 years of fair trade chocolate

Changing the world one chocolate bar at a time: La Siembra celebrates 20 years of fair trade chocolate

In 1999, three people bought a small mixing machine and set it up in the basement of an Ottawa church where they manually canned tins of hot chocolate and cocoa powders. Today, they are known as La Siembra Co-operative.

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Arts & Events

Album Reviews for November 11, 2019

Album Reviews for November 11, 2019

Five new albums for listening, including the bizarre acoustics of a fun Ottawa band.

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Craig Stickland doesn't waste a minute

Craig Stickland doesn't waste a minute

Craig Stickland is surprisingly creative . . . He made his own van, has acted, modeled, and even created furnitur!
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Montreal's Domeno talks hit single, the future of Quebec music, and more

Montreal's Domeno talks hit single, the future of Quebec music, and more

Domeno is a Montreal based DJ and producer who hit it big this past year. 
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Sports

Early returns favouring most Canadian NHL teams

Early returns favouring most Canadian NHL teams

As the league approaches the 20-game mark, we take a look at Canada's seven teams.
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Senators’ problems are good problems to have

Senators’ problems are good problems to have

Attendance is low, the standings are even lower but the Sens are clearly on track towards improvement. 
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Redblacks fall to Alouettes to finish their 2019 season

Redblacks fall to Alouettes to finish their 2019 season

The Ottawa Reblacks head into the offseason after a loss to the Montreal Alouettes. 
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Politics

Remembering Canadians from all conflicts

Remembering Canadians from all conflicts

We have a duty every November 11th not to just to remember our veterans from the two major wars from our history but from all conflicts.
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The opportunities and the tensions in the Canada-China relationship

The opportunities and the tensions in the Canada-China relationship

Ottawa Life Magazine Publisher &  Managing Editor Dan Donovan sat down for an exclusive and wide-ranging interview with the new Chinese Ambassador to Canada, Cong Peiwu at the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa.

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What to do with the West?

What to do with the West?

We have a four-step plan the Prime Minister can use to show Westerners that he’s the leader of all of Canada.

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Fashion & Beauty

Check please!

Check please!

Here are the best of the fall trends from the runways of fashion week in New York, Milan, Paris and London that have transferred well to everyday.
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Enjoy a fabulous evening with Get Sidified at Shepherd’s Fashions

Enjoy a fabulous evening with Get Sidified at Shepherd’s Fashions

The annual Get Sidified event celebrates diversity in fashion while raising funds to support Crohn's and Colitis.
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Luxury streetwear brand Severe Nature launches ‘Forest Men’

Luxury streetwear brand Severe Nature launches ‘Forest Men’

The brand has released a new line of t-shirts, button-ups and jackets just in time for fall!
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Business

UAE — A stage for business on an international scale in 2020

UAE — A stage for business on an international scale in 2020

Canada is ramping up to take part in Expo 2020 Dubai, the largest World Expo in history and the first-ever in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region. 
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Meet Isabella, the creator of Izzy’s Fizzies

Meet Isabella, the creator of Izzy’s Fizzies

Meet Isabella Bakie, an 11-year-old entrepreneur and the creator of Izzy’s Fizzies!
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What is needed to implement IoT in an enterprise

What is needed to implement IoT in an enterprise

As the IoT technology is expanding across all the major industries, forward-looking enterprises are already planning IoT solutions for their business.
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Food & Wine

Best of Ottawa 2019: Late Night Eats

Best of Ottawa 2019: Late Night Eats

After over 20-years writing about life in Ottawa, we think we have a pretty good idea of the best of what this city has to offer. In this weekly series, we’ll share our picks with you — our top hotels, live music venues, local brews, bands and more. Check, share and discuss #OLMBest every week!
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BEST OF OTTAWA 2019: Cafés & Coffee Shops

BEST OF OTTAWA 2019: Cafés & Coffee Shops

After over 20-years writing about life in Ottawa, we think we have a pretty good idea of the best of what this city has to offer. In this weekly series, we’ll share our picks with you — our top hotels, live music venues, local brews, bands and more. Check, share and discuss #OLMBest every week!
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A super cheesy festival is coming to Ottawa this weekend!

A super cheesy festival is coming to Ottawa this weekend!

Mac My Cheese Fest and Grilled Cheese Fest are merging together for a cheese-filled weekend
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Travel

Travelling the world on a budget

Travelling the world on a budget

Travel can be an expensive affair but luckily there are a plethora of deals and discounts out there to take advantage of.
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Go to Glasgow

Go to Glasgow

Glasgow is a prosperous, charming and gritty historical post-industrial city with a vibrant arts, music and foodie scene that has made it one of Scotland's favourite destinations.
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There is no place quite like Green Bay

There is no place quite like Green Bay

When you hear Green Bay, your thought likely turn to football but did you know that the team is also business owned by whole town who support it with wild enthusiasm
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Health

"Girls in Sports " scores as a great opportunity for young girls 

"Girls in Sports " scores as a great opportunity for young girls 

Nepean High School's CORE Leadership program does lots of things for Nepean High School. One of the many things that they’re doing is a new program, “Girls in Sports”!
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Study drugs: What are the dangers? 

Study drugs: What are the dangers? 

Study drugs, or so-called “smart drugs,” are becoming part of the daily lives of students. They swallow a smart pill whenever they hope to boost their mental performance.
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Legalizing medical aid in dying for Canadians living with disabilities: What does this say about us?

Legalizing medical aid in dying for Canadians living with disabilities: What does this say about us?

On September 11, 2019, a Quebec judge overturned the law restricting euthanasia (widely referred to as ‘medical aid in dying’) to patients in whom natural death was “reasonably foreseeable.”
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Homes & Neighbourhoods

The questions you need to ask before moving into a senior apartment in Ottawa

The questions you need to ask before moving into a senior apartment in Ottawa

Six questions to ask when choosing a retirement home in Ottawa
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Mizrahi Developments begins construction on the capital's most luxurious condo residences

Mizrahi Developments begins construction on the capital's most luxurious condo residences

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson was on hand as Mizrahi Developments announced the beginning of construction.
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Curb Appeal - Judging a book by its cover

Curb Appeal - Judging a book by its cover

{Oh My Gosh, It's a Knock down!} Top 5 Ways to Add Instant Curb Appeal to your Exterior

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Good Reads

Remembering Canadians from all conflicts

Remembering Canadians from all conflicts

We have a duty every November 11th not to just to remember our veterans from the two major wars from our history but from all conflicts.
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Berlin – before the Wall fell

Berlin – before the Wall fell

On the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Ottawa's Dan McCarthy recounts a visit to East Berlin six years before German reunification.
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Baby doesn’t have a chance

Baby doesn’t have a chance

Teenage mothers have the odds stacked against them. Prevention and early intervention hold the greatest promise to better their lives but 'open adoption' is also a viable option that should be considered.
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Reviews

Michelle Obama Inspires the Nation’s Capital

Michelle Obama Inspires the Nation’s Capital

Former American First Lady, Michelle Obama was in Ottawa to help promote her book ‘Becoming’.
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5 movie reviews for your weekend watching

5 movie reviews for your weekend watching

Our movie reviewer has you primed for the weekend with a bevy of movies to beat your fall yard work blues!
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Black Cop: My 36 Years in Police Work, and My Career-Ending Experience with Official Racism

Black Cop: My 36 Years in Police Work, and My Career-Ending Experience with Official Racism

When Calvin Lawrence joined the Halifax City Police in 1969,  he wanted to make a difference.But what he didn't know was that he was embarking on a life-long career in which he would consistently be the target of racist behavior — from his co-workers and his superiors and from police organizations as a whole.
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Best Picks

PAW Patrol Live! “Race to the Rescue” takes centre stage in Ottawa

PAW Patrol Live! “Race to the Rescue” takes centre stage in Ottawa

The Canadian Tire Centre is where you want to be to catch PAW Patrol Live's high energy show. 

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Popular paint colours that stand the test of time

Popular paint colours that stand the test of time

Painting your home is the easiest way to get dramatic change and Benjamin Moore has three timeless colours that can set the tone for your personal space.
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Canada's Baby Gourmet grows up into Thirsty Naturals, a skin and body care line made for teenagers

Canada's Baby Gourmet grows up into Thirsty Naturals, a skin and body care line made for teenagers

Thirsty Naturals’ products are entirely plant-based and made in Canada.
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