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2017-04-28

ByWard Market ‘Inspiration Village’ Taking Shape

Posted by: Steve

The city has installed 40 shipping containers on York Street in the ByWard Market, in preparation for an event space that will have free programming all summer. As part of Ottawa 2017, the city is creating a one-block “Inspiration Village,” with free

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2017-04-28

Flypast Over Canadian Tire Centre-Sens Game

Posted by: Brian

The Canadian Forces will be part of the pre-game show on Saturday as the high-flying Ottawa Senators prepare to do battle with the New York Rangers in game two of the NHL playoffs. Two Canadian Forces CT 155 Hawk aircraft

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2017-04-28

Spring Cleaning Time For The Bridge This Weekend

Posted by: Codi

The Pretoria Bridge, connecting Queen Elizabeth Driveway and Colonel By Drive, will be temporarily closed to vehicular traffic this Sunday, April 30, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., for its regular spring maintenance work. Both cyclists and pedestrians will be

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2017-04-28

[VIDEO] “The Simpsons” Pokes Fun At Trump’s First 100 Days In Office

Posted by: Nida

If all of a sudden Donald Trump jumps on Twitter and says “The Simpsons” are boring, not funny or past its prime, there’s a possible reason. In an animated short, the Simpsons are taking aim at the president and his first

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2017-04-28

Police Investigating Capital’s 2nd Murder Of 2017

Posted by: Nida

It’s the city’s second murder of the year. Yesterday afternoon, a man in his 20’s was found with his throat slit outside the Jean Coutu pharmacy at 262 Montreal Road in Vanier. Police received the initial 911 call around 3:20

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2017-04-27

The Ottawa Senators And New York Rangers Have History

Posted by: Steve

It’s easy to forget that the Senators have won 11 Stanley Cups, most recently in 1927, when the New York Rangers were just entering the league as an expansion team. These were the original Senators, who after 1933-34 moved to

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2017-04-27

[Video] Expo 67 Opened 50 Years Ago Today

Posted by: Steve

Today marks a significant anniversary. Fifty years ago today, the 1967 International and Universal Exposition or Expo 67, as it was commonly known, opened officially to the public. The Category One World’s Fair was held in Montreal, from April 27th

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2017-04-27

Policy Change For Bumped Passengers with United Airlines

Posted by: Nida

United Airlines has announced it would offer passengers who volunteer to forfeit their seats on overbooked flights up to $10,000 U.S. as part of the carrier’s efforts to repair the damage from the rough removal of a passenger. United also

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2017-04-27

Take A Hike…For A Great Cause

Posted by: Codi

Its the annual tradition of welcoming Spring into our hearts and lungs with a hike to help out a great cause.  Your mission is to take a hike and the goal is to enhance the quality of end-of-life care and

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2017-04-27

Oscar Winning Actor Jonathon Demme Dead at 73

Posted by: Nida

Jonathan Demme is being remembered as a filmmaker who brought a lot of talent – and a lot of heart –  to his movies. And while he’ll be remembered for his two Oscar winners – “Silence of the Lambs” and

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2017-04-28

ByWard Market ‘Inspiration Village’ Taking Shape

Posted by: Steve

The city has installed 40 shipping containers on York Street in the ByWard Market, in preparation for an event space that will have free programming all summer. As part of Ottawa 2017, the city is creating a one-block “Inspiration Village,” with free

Read More..

2017-04-28

Flypast Over Canadian Tire Centre-Sens Game

Posted by: Brian

The Canadian Forces will be part of the pre-game show on Saturday as the high-flying Ottawa Senators prepare to do battle with the New York Rangers in game two of the NHL playoffs. Two Canadian Forces CT 155 Hawk aircraft

Read More..

2017-04-28

[VIDEO] “The Simpsons” Pokes Fun At Trump’s First 100 Days In Office

Posted by: Nida

If all of a sudden Donald Trump jumps on Twitter and says “The Simpsons” are boring, not funny or past its prime, there’s a possible reason. In an animated short, the Simpsons are taking aim at the president and his first

Read More..

2017-04-28

Police Investigating Capital’s 2nd Murder Of 2017

Posted by: Nida

It’s the city’s second murder of the year. Yesterday afternoon, a man in his 20’s was found with his throat slit outside the Jean Coutu pharmacy at 262 Montreal Road in Vanier. Police received the initial 911 call around 3:20

Read More..

2017-04-27

The Ottawa Senators And New York Rangers Have History

Posted by: Steve

It’s easy to forget that the Senators have won 11 Stanley Cups, most recently in 1927, when the New York Rangers were just entering the league as an expansion team. These were the original Senators, who after 1933-34 moved to

Read More..

2017-04-27

[Video] Expo 67 Opened 50 Years Ago Today

Posted by: Steve

Today marks a significant anniversary. Fifty years ago today, the 1967 International and Universal Exposition or Expo 67, as it was commonly known, opened officially to the public. The Category One World’s Fair was held in Montreal, from April 27th

Read More..

2017-04-27

Policy Change For Bumped Passengers with United Airlines

Posted by: Nida

United Airlines has announced it would offer passengers who volunteer to forfeit their seats on overbooked flights up to $10,000 U.S. as part of the carrier’s efforts to repair the damage from the rough removal of a passenger. United also

Read More..

2017-04-27

Oscar Winning Actor Jonathon Demme Dead at 73

Posted by: Nida

Jonathan Demme is being remembered as a filmmaker who brought a lot of talent – and a lot of heart –  to his movies. And while he’ll be remembered for his two Oscar winners – “Silence of the Lambs” and

Read More..

2017-04-26

Finally, A Quick Fix For The Dreaded Earworm!

Posted by: Steve

We’ve all been victims of the earworm: that catchy piece of music that gets stuck in your head and no matter what you do, you can’t seem to dislodge it. Earworms are incredibly common; 90% of us suffer from earworms

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2017-04-26

Fans Slow To Get Behind The Sens This Play Off Year

Posted by: Steve

The Senators overtime victory last Sunday over the Boston Bruins moved them into the second round of the NHL playoffs. The best of 7 series against the New York Rangers, who beat the Montreal Canadiens in round 1, begins on Thursday night. Surprisingly,

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2017-04-28

Flypast Over Canadian Tire Centre-Sens Game

Posted by: Brian

The Canadian Forces will be part of the pre-game show on Saturday as the high-flying Ottawa Senators prepare to do battle with the New York Rangers in game two of the NHL playoffs. Two Canadian Forces CT 155 Hawk aircraft

Read More..

2017-04-28

[VIDEO] “The Simpsons” Pokes Fun At Trump’s First 100 Days In Office

Posted by: Nida

If all of a sudden Donald Trump jumps on Twitter and says “The Simpsons” are boring, not funny or past its prime, there’s a possible reason. In an animated short, the Simpsons are taking aim at the president and his first

Read More..

2017-04-28

Police Investigating Capital’s 2nd Murder Of 2017

Posted by: Nida

It’s the city’s second murder of the year. Yesterday afternoon, a man in his 20’s was found with his throat slit outside the Jean Coutu pharmacy at 262 Montreal Road in Vanier. Police received the initial 911 call around 3:20

Read More..

2017-04-27

Policy Change For Bumped Passengers with United Airlines

Posted by: Nida

United Airlines has announced it would offer passengers who volunteer to forfeit their seats on overbooked flights up to $10,000 U.S. as part of the carrier’s efforts to repair the damage from the rough removal of a passenger. United also

Read More..

2017-04-27

Oscar Winning Actor Jonathon Demme Dead at 73

Posted by: Nida

Jonathan Demme is being remembered as a filmmaker who brought a lot of talent – and a lot of heart –  to his movies. And while he’ll be remembered for his two Oscar winners – “Silence of the Lambs” and

Read More..

2017-04-26

O’Leary Drops Out Of Race

Posted by: Brian

Kevin O’Leary is dropping out of the Conservative leadership race and endorsing Maxime Bernier. O’Leary says he can’t win a general election due to lack of support in Quebec. O’Leary says he will now put his time and effort into

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2017-04-26

[Interview] Codi & Nida Chatting With John McDermott

Posted by: Derrick Scott

  Codi & Nida had an opportunity to speak with John McDermott on “Breakfast With The Girls” this morning about his music, career, and upcoming concert, tomorrow night at Centrepointe Theatre.    Click Here For More Information On The Show /

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2017-04-26

Spring Cleaning? Hazardous Waste Dropoff Is This Sunday

Posted by: Nida

  If you’re planning any spring cleaning, here’s something to keep in mind for this weekend.  The City of Ottawa’s first Household Hazardous Waste Depot of the year is happening this Sunday, April 30, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,

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2017-04-26

Two Days of Summer Coming Our Way

Posted by: Nida

We think most of you would agree;  it was a looooong winter. Not only that, April delivered more than enough in the way of April showers to the nation’s capital.  Now Mother Nature is redeeming herself, at least for a

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2017-04-25

All-Canadian Honey!

Posted by: Brian

Two top brands of honey will soon be all-Canadian. McCormick & Company — which owns the Billy Bee and Doyon brands — says the products containing all-Canadian honey will start appearing on store shelves in June. Previously, Billy Bee products

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