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Senators Anderson Up For Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson has been nominated for the 2016-17 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. The trophy is awarded annually to the NHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to ice hockey. The Ottawa chapter of the

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Homan Goes For Gold!

Ottawa’s Rachel Homan is off to the final at the women’s world curling championship. Homan advanced to the championship game with a 7-3 win over Russia in the Page playoff game between the top two round-robin teams in Beijing. The

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Say “Goodbye” To Canada Savings Bonds

The federal government is cashing in the venerable Canada Savings Bonds program, for generations a beacon of savings for Canadians keen to sock away a few dollars or teach their children a thing or two about managing money. Wednesday’s federal

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Homan On Verge Of Clinching Playoff Spot

Two more wins today for Ottawa’s Rachel Homan at the world women’s curling championship in Beijing. She defeated South Korea’s 9-8 before dumping the Scottish team 8-2. Homan has won seven straight round-robin games and is on the verge of

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Chuck Berry, Pioneer Rock’n Roller Dies At Age 90

Chuck Berry died at his home in St. Louis Missouri on Saturday. Berry bust onto the scene in the 1950’s Some of his biggest hits include “Maybellene” “Roll Over Beethoven” and “Johnny B. Goode” Stevie Wonder has been quoted as

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Stanley Cup Designated “National Historic Event”

Today the Federal Government announced the designation of the Stanley Cup as a national historic event with the unveiling of a plaque.   The Stanley Cup is the oldest and most prestigious trophy in North American team sports and is

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Ottawa And Montreal, Outdoor Game, TD Place, December 2017

With NHL commissioner Gary Bettman in town Friday to speak at Mayor Jim Watson’s breakfast series the league is expected to call a news conference at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier Friday morning at 11 a.m. to confirm the Senators and

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NHL Commissioner In Town!

Stanley Cup 125th Anniversary celebration’s are continuing today at Rideau Hall where Lord Stanley’s cup is on display. Later this afternoon the cup travels to the Centennial Fan Arena at the Canadian Tire centre.  Both are free events NHL commissioner

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Micheal J Fox, Martin Short, To Be Honoured

Actor Michael J. Fox and comedian Martin Short are among five Canadians that will be recognized by the Governor General this year for a lifetime of achievement in the performing arts. Fox, is known for his work in television, including

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City Council Approves “Stage 2” Light Rail

Ottawa city council made it official today in a unanimous vote to proceed with Stage Two of the light rail project. The $3.6-billion project would see light rail extended to Riverside South, Moodie Drive, and Trim Road and a link

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Redbull “Crashed Ice” Weekend Is Here!

A reminder, several road closures and traffic restrictions are in place for the Red Bull “Crashed Ice” event, taking place tonight and tomorrow night on the Rideau Canal next to the Chateau Laurier Hotel.   The event is expected to

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Ottawa Police Introduce Braille Laminates For Wallet ID Badges

Starting next week, Ottawa Police Service will have transparent braille laminates available for officers to attach to their wallet ID badges. “This is a great opportunity to enhance service to residents in our City,” said Sergeant Adam Coakley, who led

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It’s National Flag Of Canada Day!

Feb. 15 marks National Flag of Canada Day, in honour of the first time the Canadian flag was raised on Parliament Hill, on Feb. 15, 1965. Did you know Canada is the only country with a maple leaf on its

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Henderson Ambassador for CP Women’s Open Coming To Ottawa

Three-time LPGA Tour winner and eighth-ranked player in the world, Brooke Henderson is joining Canadian Pacific as its newest ambassador for the CP Women’s Open. Henderson will join longtime ambassador Lorie Kane in representing CP and the CP Women’s Open.

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More Snow Coming!

Don’t put your shovels away yet. A low pressure system from Northern Manitoba is making its way to the east coast of the United States, bringing more snow to the area Tuesday afternoon to Thursday morning. The bulk of snow

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