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Patio With A View…And Sound

It’s the first official day of summer and us Girls feel pretty sure that those patios will be in full swing this afternoon and tonight to celebrate it. Nida has been telling me about the patio at Rideau On The

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Recreational Marijuana Legal As Of October 17th-This Year

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says recreational marijuana will be legal in Canada as of Oct. 17. Trudeau made the announcement during question period in the House of Commons, which is expected to rise for the summer break after today. He

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Laughter Is The Best Medicine

I love to laugh…..anyone who can make me laugh stays in my life….it’s why I married my husband, he makes me laugh, daily.  It’s what has always attracted me to people, their sense of humor. As a kid, the best

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ParticipAction’s Annual Report Links Brain Health To Regular Exercise, Children And Youth

A new report says kids with autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other brain-based conditions could have the most to gain from boosting physical activity. For the first time, ParticipAction’s annual report card on physical activity for children and youth

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Share A Meal To Help MealShare :)

Tonight it’s the big Ottawa MealShare launch party at the Heart and Crown in the Byward Market from 5:30 to 7:30pm to celebrate the more than 30 MealShare restaurant partners and the big expansion in Ottawa. The three  Heart and

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Welcoming Ottawa Week

In 2013 our very fine Mayor Jim Watson proclaimed the last week of June to be Welcoming Ottawa Week which has now become an annual week long series of cultural and celebratory events and activities. It’s designed to convey welcome

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Throwback Thursday…You’re Welcome

Remember the eighties and all our boy crushes?  Who was yours?  Who wasn’t mine 😉  I loved John Stamos, John Schneider, Parker Stevenson and a few others through my years. Oddly enough I was never into the “popular” guys like

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Jamie Lee Is Back!!!

Well it’s not like Jamie Lee Curtis has ever gone away really and I should know, I’m like her biggest fan.  Jamie to me epitomizes that female power in not all she does and continues to do but not only

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Sometimes Its Just The Little Things

I’ve always been one of those people that if I have a few days off, I like to jump in my car to take a road trip to some little town and see what I can find.  I’m lucky that

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Wish You Had More Time To Listen To Music? You’re Not Alone

As we grow older, the amount of time we spend listening to music diminishes. Interest in new music seems to peak in our early 20s. After that, we tend to cling to the music we discovered in our youth. There

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Voter Turnout Yesterday Highest In 20 Years

Regardless of how you voted, or how you feel about election results, there was some encouraging news that came out of the provincial election. Ontario voters showed up in droves on Thursday, making the turnout rate the province’s highest in

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A Meeting That’s Been 90 Years In The Making!

The 1st Gerber Baby took a sweet photo with the newest one. It was a heartwarming moment as the first Gerber baby, now 91, met the newest one, little Lucas Warren. Lucas made history in 2018 when he became Gerber’s

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Petrie Island Becomes Turtles Island Just For The Day

Turtle nesting season has begun and so far, all indications are it will be another high year of turtle road mortality.  Already over 50 at risk turtle species have been found killed on roads around rural Ottawa. The reason why

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TV History – Sex & The City Sex Debuted 20 Years Ago Today

Set and filmed in New York City, and based on the 1997 book by the same name from Candace Bushnell, Sex And The City followed the lives of a group of four women, three in their mid-thirties and one in

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Doors Open All The Time

A few weeks ago, Rideau Hall opened it’s doors to the public to show itself off from the inside out.  If you missed that opportunity, not to worry, they’re kinda continuing the trend. You can visit the residence and tour

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