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2018-01-23

Police Investigating Data Breach, Bell Canada

Posted by: Brian

Police are investigating a new data breach at Bell Canada, which says hackers have illegally obtained customer information, primarily subscriber names and e-mail addresses. Bell confirmed today that up to 100,000 customers were affected by the hack, which comes about

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2018-01-23

“Share the Love” February Bottle Drive

Posted by: Codi

Got some empties hanging around in your garage or basement from the holidays and been meaning to drop them off?  How about this idea? Empties for Paws is challenging everyone to Share the Love this February and help save lives

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2018-01-23

Ending The Month With A Lunar Blue Moon

Posted by: Codi

A total lunar eclipse will occur on the morning of January 31st and with this being the second full moon of the same month, it is called the “Blue Moon”. Unlike a solar eclipse, a lunar eclipse is a very

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2018-01-22

Canada’s first female Grand Slam Winner Gabriela Dabrowski Is Into The Quarter Finals Down Under

Posted by: Steve

One to watch! It was only a few years ago that Canada’s first female Grand Slam tennis champion was doing her laundry on the road and booking her own flights and hotels. Last year, Ottawa’s Gabriela Dabrowski and India’s Rohan

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2018-01-22

Ottawa’s Ivanie Blondin Wins Gold At World Cup Speed Skating Event

Posted by: Steve

Ottawa’s Ivanie Blondin topped the field in the women’s 3,000-metre speed skating race at the World Cup event on Sunday in Erfurt, Germany. She clocked in a time of three minutes 59.47 seconds, edging out Antoinette de Jong of the

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2018-01-19

Full Sized Car Replica Fools Montreal Police And The Internet Laughs Along With Them

Posted by: Steve

Fed up with the amount of snowfall that Montreal has received this year, and the city’s sometimes slow response to clean it up, woodworker Simon Laprise sculpted a full-sized car replica out of a snowbank to prank the snow removal

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2018-01-19

Karlsson Trade Talk

Posted by: Brian

Senators general manager Pierre Dorion has insisted he won’t trade captain Erik Karlsson. But Dorion finally acknowledged last night before his team’s 4-1 loss to St. Louis that Ottawa might miss the playoffs and that he’s had conversations with rival

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2018-01-19

Add A Little Pi-Jazz To Your Dinner

Posted by: Codi

I love when restaurants try out new things on the menu but I love it even more, when they branch out and try something completely different and when it goes hand in hand with supporting local music, it makes it

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2018-01-19

Skate Your Cares Away

Posted by: Codi

Its one of the greatest wonders of the world, maybe not in the top seven category but it darn well should be 😉  The Rideau Canal Skateway is the longest skating rink in the world and its one of the

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2018-01-18

‘Jackie Robinson Of Ice Hockey’ Willie O’Ree Honoured Today

Posted by: Steve

Hockey pioneer Willie O’Ree was honoured in Boston yesterday, marking the 60th anniversary of the Bruins forward breaking the NHL’s colour barrier. O’Ree is referred to as the “Jackie Robinson of ice hockey” At a news conference at the TD

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2018-01-23

Police Investigating Data Breach, Bell Canada

Posted by: Brian

Police are investigating a new data breach at Bell Canada, which says hackers have illegally obtained customer information, primarily subscriber names and e-mail addresses. Bell confirmed today that up to 100,000 customers were affected by the hack, which comes about

Read More..

2018-01-22

Canada’s first female Grand Slam Winner Gabriela Dabrowski Is Into The Quarter Finals Down Under

Posted by: Steve

One to watch! It was only a few years ago that Canada’s first female Grand Slam tennis champion was doing her laundry on the road and booking her own flights and hotels. Last year, Ottawa’s Gabriela Dabrowski and India’s Rohan

Read More..

2018-01-22

Ottawa’s Ivanie Blondin Wins Gold At World Cup Speed Skating Event

Posted by: Steve

Ottawa’s Ivanie Blondin topped the field in the women’s 3,000-metre speed skating race at the World Cup event on Sunday in Erfurt, Germany. She clocked in a time of three minutes 59.47 seconds, edging out Antoinette de Jong of the

Read More..

2018-01-19

Full Sized Car Replica Fools Montreal Police And The Internet Laughs Along With Them

Posted by: Steve

Fed up with the amount of snowfall that Montreal has received this year, and the city’s sometimes slow response to clean it up, woodworker Simon Laprise sculpted a full-sized car replica out of a snowbank to prank the snow removal

Read More..

2018-01-19

Karlsson Trade Talk

Posted by: Brian

Senators general manager Pierre Dorion has insisted he won’t trade captain Erik Karlsson. But Dorion finally acknowledged last night before his team’s 4-1 loss to St. Louis that Ottawa might miss the playoffs and that he’s had conversations with rival

Read More..

2018-01-18

‘Jackie Robinson Of Ice Hockey’ Willie O’Ree Honoured Today

Posted by: Steve

Hockey pioneer Willie O’Ree was honoured in Boston yesterday, marking the 60th anniversary of the Bruins forward breaking the NHL’s colour barrier. O’Ree is referred to as the “Jackie Robinson of ice hockey” At a news conference at the TD

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2018-01-18

July, August, September Are The Most Popular Birth Months

Posted by: Steve

Most of us know which celebrities we share a birthday with, but have you ever wondered how popular your birth date is? And admit it… at some point, did you count back from your date of birth to try to

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2018-01-18

Trouble Falling Asleep? Make A To-Do List!

Posted by: Steve

There are all kinds of reasons people have trouble falling asleep. It could be physiological, as in the case sleep apnea, or it could be because you’ve had too much caffeine late in the day. But many people experience insomnia

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2018-01-17

O’Connor Street Closure To Add To Commuter Woes Downtown

Posted by: Steve

A six-week closure of O’Connor Street in the heart of Centretown will force southbound motorists to find alternate routes during the afternoon rush. The city announced on Wednesday that it will close O’Connor Street between Laurier Avenue and Somerset Street

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2018-01-17

Ottawa’s Annual Kilt Skate = Bare Knees And Ice!

Posted by: Steve

The annual Sir John A’s Great Canadian Kilt Skate started out as a modest Ottawa house party. This year, six different communities – Montreal, Toronto, Saskatoon, Calgary and Alexandria, as well as Ottawa – will be vying for bragging rights

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2018-01-23

Police Investigating Data Breach, Bell Canada

Posted by: Brian

Police are investigating a new data breach at Bell Canada, which says hackers have illegally obtained customer information, primarily subscriber names and e-mail addresses. Bell confirmed today that up to 100,000 customers were affected by the hack, which comes about

Read More..

2018-01-22

Canada’s first female Grand Slam Winner Gabriela Dabrowski Is Into The Quarter Finals Down Under

Posted by: Steve

One to watch! It was only a few years ago that Canada’s first female Grand Slam tennis champion was doing her laundry on the road and booking her own flights and hotels. Last year, Ottawa’s Gabriela Dabrowski and India’s Rohan

Read More..

2018-01-22

Ottawa’s Ivanie Blondin Wins Gold At World Cup Speed Skating Event

Posted by: Steve

Ottawa’s Ivanie Blondin topped the field in the women’s 3,000-metre speed skating race at the World Cup event on Sunday in Erfurt, Germany. She clocked in a time of three minutes 59.47 seconds, edging out Antoinette de Jong of the

Read More..

2018-01-19

Karlsson Trade Talk

Posted by: Brian

Senators general manager Pierre Dorion has insisted he won’t trade captain Erik Karlsson. But Dorion finally acknowledged last night before his team’s 4-1 loss to St. Louis that Ottawa might miss the playoffs and that he’s had conversations with rival

Read More..

2018-01-16

Canada’s Olympic Flag Bearers Named

Posted by: Brian

Ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will carry Canada’s flag into the opening ceremony at next month’s Winter Games in South Korea. Virtue and Moir made their Olympic debut eight years ago on home ice in Vancouver, where

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2018-01-11

Wacky Winter Weather In The Capital

Posted by: Nida

We’re all over the map when it  comes to the weather conditions in the Ottawa-area and Eastern Ontario!  Over Christmas we were stuck in the deep freeze.  Now we’re dealing with milder temperatures and freezing rain, which has resulted in

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2018-01-10

Diet Coke Makeover

Posted by: Brian

Diet Coke is getting a makeover in an effort to reverse slumping sales. Coca-Cola says it’s adding a slimmer 12-ounce Diet Coke can, refreshing the logo and offering the 35-year-old drink in four new flavours aimed to appeal to millennials,

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2018-01-10

Meghan’s Next Step In Becoming A Royal

Posted by: Nida

If you want to keep up with Meghan Markle, you will no longer be able to do so on her social media pages. They have been taken down. Prince Harry’s fiance has closed out her Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts

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2018-01-10

Ottawa’s First Murder of 2018

Posted by: Nida

The Ottawa Police Service Major Crime Section is investigating the capital region’s first murder of 2018.  On January 9, 2018, at approximately 8:30 pm, patrol officers responded to a call of gunshots in the 3300 area of Paul Anka Drive.

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2018-01-09

Family Pets Perish In Osgoode Fire

Posted by: Brian

Four pets died but no people were seriously injured when fire destroyed a farmhouse in Osgoode Tuesday morning. A resident inside the two-storey home at 3320 Stagecoach Rd. called 911 just after 8:30 this morning to report smoke in the basement. Strong winds

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