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Heart to heart with Adele Blair  Award-winning cannabis company Superette announces 2020 program in support of Ottawa Food Bank UAE pilot Captain Aysha Alhameli is running to be the first female president of ICAO Hit and misses —Trudeau minority government’s new cabinet leaves the best players on the bench Gone fishin’— The Ottawa Hospital’s Dr. Kitts proudly reflects back What does the government’s promised ‘disability lens’ really mean?

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Heart to heart with Adele Blair

Heart to heart with Adele Blair

Parenting is one of the most important jobs we do, and also the hardest. Our Adele Blair is an experience counselor who is taking on our new parenting/advice column. Go ahead and send your questions! Each week we will publish one selected response.
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 Award-winning cannabis company Superette announces 2020 program in support of Ottawa Food Bank

Award-winning cannabis company Superette announces 2020 program in support of Ottawa Food Bank

Superette CEO Mimi Lam along with Michael Maidment and Samantha Ingram from the Ottawa Food Bank announce a collaboration with the Ottawa Food Bank and TerraCycle x Tweed, this morning in Ottawa. 
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UAE pilot Captain Aysha Alhameli is running to be the first female president of ICAO

UAE pilot Captain Aysha Alhameli is running to be the first female president of ICAO

Captain Aysha Alhameli, the first female pilot in the UAE, is now in the running to be the first female President of the UN's International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
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Hit and misses —Trudeau minority government’s new cabinet leaves the best players on the bench

Hit and misses —Trudeau minority government’s new cabinet leaves the best players on the bench

Disappointingly, Trudeau passed on naming two of the most talented and able MPs in his government to sit at cabinet: Ottawa South MP David McGuinty and Beaches—East York Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine Smith.
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Gone fishin’— The Ottawa Hospital’s Dr. Kitts proudly reflects back

Gone fishin’— The Ottawa Hospital’s Dr. Kitts proudly reflects back

Dr. Jack Kitts is retiring as President and CEO of The Ottawa Hospital, in June 2020. We, the community, wish you well with tremendous gratitude!
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What does the government’s promised ‘disability lens’ really mean?

What does the government’s promised ‘disability lens’ really mean?

The newly-elected government must deliver more disability supports not more medical assistance in dying!

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