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Hydro Ottawa Helps CHEO

Today, Hydro Ottawa presented CHEO with the funds from the 2017 Be at the Heart of Change, Go Paperless Campaign. From August 9 to December 31, 2017 when Hydro Ottawa customers registered for e-billing or automated payments, Hydro Ottawa donated $5

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La Machine Coming Back?

Ottawa 2017 executive directory Guy Laflamme is working to bring back La Machine to the capital. Last summer La Machine attracted about 750 thousand people. Laflamme  has just returned from France, where he and an official with Tourism Ottawa met

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Ottawa Senators Owner Reaching Out To Fans

Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk said it was “unfortunate” his comments about possibly moving the team last month if they didn’t get support didn’t sit well with the people of Ottawa. Melnyk, on a media tour in Toronto this week

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Canada Will Win 29 Medals At Winter Olympics-CP Prediction

The Canadian Press predicts Canada will win 29 medals at next month’s Winter Games in South Korea. Nine will be gold, 10 will be silver and the remaining 10 will be bronze. That would beat the previous high of 26

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NCC And RendezVous LeBreton Group Agree To LeBreton Flats Redevelopment Plans

The National Capital Commission and RendezVous LeBreton Group have entered into a preliminary agreement to redevelop LeBreton Flats. The NCC board today approved the terms of the agreement. All the approvals are scheduled to be wrapped up in 2019, with

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Rideau Canal Skateway Re-Opens Thursday

As of tomorrow, Thursday, January 25, at noon, the full 7.8 kilometres of the Rideau Canal Skateway will be available to skaters. The Rideau Canal Skateway receives, on average, close to one million visits every year; 20,000 visits each day

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Police Investigating Data Breach, Bell Canada

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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Karlsson Trade Talk

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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Canada’s Olympic Flag Bearers Named

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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Family Pets Perish In Osgoode Fire

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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Christmas Trees Adorn The Capital’s Official Residences

Holiday cheer. Celebration. Gifts of tradition. The beautiful natural Christmas trees that adorn the official residences. For 12 consecutive years, the National Capital Commission, steward of the official residences, has gratefully welcomed these generous annual gifts of beautiful trees from

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Late Gord Downie, Canada’s Newsmaker Of The Year-Canadian Press

The late Gord Downie’s hope for a better, more inclusive Canada is one of the reasons editors and broadcasters say they selected him as Canada’s Newsmaker of the Year for the second year in a row. The Tragically Hip singer

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Sens Visit CHEO!

Fresh off a shut out victory over the Montreal Canadiens Saturday night at a sold out TD Place Stadium, members of the Ottawa Senators visited the kids at CHEO today. Photo source:  twitter.com/CHEOhospital

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Helicopter Crash, Fatalities Reported, North Of Kingston

Hydro One says four of its employees have been killed in a helicopter crash north of Kingston. Provincial police say the crash occurred about noon in Tweed. Homeowner Kim Clayton says hydro crews had been working on her property for

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Christmas Exchange, Caring And Sharing Appealing For Donations

The Caring and Sharing Christmas Exchange program still needs donation to help 1,342 families with much-needed relief in the form of redeemable gift vouchers and food hampers complete with all the fixings for a home-made holiday meal. The Christmas Exchange

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