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[VIDEO] “Yellow Submarine” Heads To Theatres This Summer

The Beatles movie “Yellow Submarine” is back –  and better than ever!  The film will return to theatres in July to mark its 50th anniversary.  It will be a visual feast for the eyes and the ears, as the movie

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Diana Ross To Perform At NAC Gala

Legendary entertainer Diana Ross will headline the 22nd annual NAC fundraising Gala Wednesday, October 3rd. Diana Ross —whose countless awards and accolades include the Presidential Medal of Freedom— will take to the NAC’s Southam Hall stage for a rare, knockout performance effusing

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Mosaiculture Exhibit Returns To Gatineau This Summer

The group behind a horticulture exhibit that drew more than a million visitors to Gatineau last year is returning to Jacques-Cartier Park, but this time you’ll have to pay for the privilege. Last summer’s hugely-successful MosaïCanada 150 exhibit was one of

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How Much Food Do YOU Waste?

An international environmental group says Canada is wasting too much food, with each Canadian on average tossing away 170 kilograms (or 375 lbs) of food a year. The Commission for Environmental Co-operation says from farm to table, 396 kilos *873 lbs)

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Two Dead in Nepean Collision

A man and woman in their 50’s were pronounced dead in hospital after a fatal motor vehicle collision in Nepean late Monday evening. Paramedics responded to a call for a 2 vehicle collision at the intersection of Merivale Rd &

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Anti-apartheid Activist Winnie Mandella Has Died

Following a long illness, South African anti-apartheid activist Winnie Mandela has died at the age of 81. She married former president Nelson Mandela in 1958, and although he was in prison for much of their marriage, the couple had two

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Several Orleans Businesses Affected By Weekend Fire

A devastating weekend fire in an Orleans strip mall is being investigated by the Ontario Fire Marshal’s office.  The fire started inside George & Son’s Upholstery on St. Joseph Boulevard shortly after noon Saturday.  Two employees were working inside when

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Winter’s Not Over Just Yet

Ok, so where is spring?  Shaping up to be an interesting weather week, with a special weather statement in effect for Ottawa North – Kanata – Orléans.  It’s calling for freezing rain and snow possible late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

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Food Recall Issued For Harvest Creek Chicken Nuggets

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a food recall warning for Harvest Creek brand chicken nuggets due to possible salmonella contamination. The agency says the recall impacts consumers in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec,

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Special Event To Mark 50th Anniversary Of “2001: A Space Odyssey”

An unrestored 70-millimetre print of Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece “2001: A Space Odyssey” is coming to select U-S theatres soon.  The release is set for May and will be in celebration of the movie’s 50th anniversary.  Warner Brothers Pictures says the

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Murder In West-end Ottawa

A murder investigation is underway after an incident in west-end Ottawa.  Police are investigating a homocide that happened on Covington Place in the Centrepointe neighbourhood.  Officers responded to the location shortly after 9pm Wednesday evening. One male is dead, and

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Special Designation for Dionne Quintuplets

The birth of the Dionne quintuplets in Northern Ontario has been deemed an event of national historical significance.  The federal government says the birth and survival of the five identical baby girls in 1934 was an unprecedented event that drew

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Man Wanted For Sexual Offenses

A search is underway for a male suspect involved in sexual offenses, and the Ottawa Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance to identify him. Between March 2017 and March 2018, a man sat beside young adult women on OC

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Have You Seen This Woman?

The Ottawa Police Service would like the public’s assistance in locating a missing 61 year old female. Emmily Makmur was last seen on Bonaventure Terrace in Orleans at approximately 8:45 PM on Monday the 26th of March.  She was last

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Best In Canadian Music Honoured At Junos

Not only did Michael Buble host Sunday night’s Juno Awards in his home stomping grounds of Vancouver, he also picked up one of the awards!  Buble won the Adult Contemporary Album Juno for “Nobody But Me.” (see video of the

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