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Free health and fitness expo to run Saturday - Ottawa Citizen
Jackie Richardson brings blues legend Willie Mae 'Big Mama' Thornton to life ... - Ottawa Citizen
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Canadian coffee king crowned in Ottawa - Ottawa Citizen
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New Olympic offices in Montreal to be showpiece for sport, COC president says - Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa Citizen's Matthew Fisher: Tsarnaev brothers part of a global movement world has not yet fully comprehended
Canucks qualify for playoffs with 2-1 shootout win over Red Wings? but don't ... - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa Citi...
Artist stands on guard for Ottawa's West End - Ottawa Citizen
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Miniature garden in a jar - Ottawa Citizen: They are terrariums: miniature gardens surrounded by glass, where ...
Florida becomes 4th state to sue BP over 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill - Ottawa Citizen
Here is the real highway robbery. 8 Pension funds are objecting to $11.8 M bonus.
From Vancouver to Montreal, Canada going to pot - Ottawa Citizen - Ottawa Citizen
A boy's dream drives River of Stars - Ottawa Citizen: Guy Gavriel Kay is one of Canada's most accomplished nov...
Startup is ticket to Ottawa Senators seats - Ottawa Citizen
4/20 Pot party no longer a fringe event as thousands descend on Parliament Hill - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa Citiz...
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Homeland Security's proposed new Canada-US border fee prompts alarm in ... - Ottawa Citizen
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【News】 In test of US-China ties, 2 global powers agree on need to rid North Korea of ... - Ottawa Citizen
Joanne Chianello: Invest Ottawa's sound stage plan was botched from ... - Ottawa Citizen
Liberals get silent treatment from Tory-focused NDP - Ottawa Citizen - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa Citize...
40,000 flyers ready to hit the streets this spring! Watch for yours in the Ottawa Citizen.
【News】 Egypt's Mubarak appears upbeat at first court appearance in 10 months, judge ... - Ottawa Citizen
Meet Alfred Simpson, one of the smartest people in Ottawa - Ottawa Citizen
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Family of BC soldier who died suffering PTSD to receive Memorial Cross - Ottawa Citizen
Mike Hayes, writer at the Ottawa Citizen encourages everyone to pull their money from RBC!! While RBC is...
From Mike Hayes, write at the Ottawa Citizen: While RBC is apologizing to Canadians for its initial firing of...
'Economist has done Canada a service': Ottawa Citizen editorial on theiPod tax obfuscation saga
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Approval of GMO alfalfa is shameful - Ottawa Citizen
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Interesting to read in the that 40,000 film negatives of JFK were destroyed in the 9/11WTC tragedy:
My op-ed in today's Ottawa Citizen on the need for MPs to assert what it is they're doing in Ottawa:
Energy audits for homes: Auditor Ross Elliott conducts an energy audit of Ottawa Citizen homes editor Anita Mu...
Ottawa, ON: A pinch of salt and fewer drivers keep Ottawans on move through storm (with ... - Ottawa Citizen
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Existential question worth asking party leaders and MPS - Why are MPs there? Ottawa Citizen
DTN World News: Family, friends to remember teen who committed suicide after bullying - Ottawa Citizen: CBC.ca...
Kobe scores 34 with injury, and Lakers hang on to playoff spot with 118-116 win ... - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa C...
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Province to expand scope for nurses - Ottawa Citizen
New iPods - Why you likely won't have to pay an iPod tax - Ottawa Citizen - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa CitizenWhy ...
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Federal PS cuts take bite out of University of Ottawa student co-op programs - Ottawa Citizen
Canadian Museum of Nature reveals bones of club-tailed dinosaur — probably ... - Ottawa Citizen
What to Eat This Week: Cornmeal-Crusted Trout with Fresh Jerk Sauce on a Bun - Ottawa Citizen (blog)
Two men dead, all children safe after shooting at Gatineau daycare (with video) - Ottawa Citizen
Foreign service workers strike could be first battle in looming labour war with ... - Ottawa Citizen: Foreign ...
When it comes to state investment, what we may need is to learn from Alberta's ... - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa Ci...
A man's right to shoes: Growth in guys' footwear outpaces that of women's - Ottawa Citizen
Paul Anka does it his way - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa CitizenPaul Anka does it his wayOttawa Citizen“You gotta st...
Student takes former employer to court over copyright claims - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa CitizenStudent takes for...
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Kobo Arc: More than an eReader, but also, less - Ottawa Citizen
This article out of the Ottawa Citizen really sums up the importance of literacy in creating a resilient economy:...
New iPods - Feds tighten tariff exemption on TVs, iPods by demanding consumer proof of use - Ottawa Citizen: F...
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Last week Baird was the "Brain" of the schoolyard. This week he's the "Bully."
Pick up a copy of the Ottawa Citizen this Saturday and check the fashion section. We're in it! :D
One of our founding board members made it into The Ottawa Citizen today! Congratulations Michael Chambers!
TV Friday: Vice a new version of the Gen-Y news site - Ottawa Citizen
Good article, Bob, in today's Ottawa Citizen - right on!
Pickup a copy of the Ottawa citizen today for a look at my first published photo on internship! Look in the city section
Children are safe after a reported shooting at a Gatineau daycare, according to this Ottawa Citizen report
Shooting in a daycare in Gatineau. Children are safe but an adult is dead. Ottawa Citizen's is on the case.
Can you please help? Need phone no. I can call for emergency help for a senior citizen whose phone not working.
I'm not in Cape Town for the The Ottawa Citizen's great columist is. Green w/envy:
Cdn may be losing $7.8 billions annually to tax havens but also $14 billion per anum because of GST cuts
Ottawa paramedics to train first responders in Nicaragua - Ottawa Citizen |
Eco-Fees will drive consumers south or even to Quebec especially for large farm tires.
Bikers, Mob bosses and killers: Montreal sketch artist has drawn them all - Ottawa Citizen
Warming up for the Cape Town Jazz Festival - Ottawa Citizen (blog)
Move beyond ODA - Ottawa Citizen: Move beyond ODAOttawa CitizenLet's start with the eradicat...
Jose Bautista homers as Blue Jays beat Phillies in spring training finale - Ottawa Citizen
Overnight standoff with Montreal police ends peacefully with man arrested - Ottawa Citizen
Matt Pearson's excellent Citizen articles on literacy and training help explain why Ottawa took back control of skills in the budget.
Ottawa Citizen promises to print my full reply. Why I am and will always be a Green.
Some parents lie about babies' gestational age for doctors to give basic care to premature babies. Ottawa Citizen
The 5 best & worst moves the Sens have made around the trade deadline. My column in today's Ottawa Citizen.
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Cute little article in the Ottawa Citizen about MIM's little super star
Congratulations going out to my son Charron for making history and making me a proud father. Lol . Check the Ottawa Citizen
Liberals’ Bob Rae does not go gently into that good night. Ottawa Citizen
Is Canada serious about the Americas? - Ottawa Citizen
Photos: A week in the life of the capital as captured by the Citizen's photojournalists, March 23-28, 2013.
Nothing like seeing my brother front page of the artist section in the Ottawa citizen, crazy !!
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Klein's debt-fighting legacy is at risk - Ottawa Citizen: Vancouver SunKlein's debt-fighting legacy is at risk...
Federal environment policy may not be helping the oilpatch: Ottawa Citizen Federal environment policy may not be...
! Ottawa Citizen: MPS get 1.6% raise, first in four years; Ottawa Sun: No joke, MPS hike their pay (a 'great' moment)
Ralph Klein, from the archives: The ascent and abdication of King Ralph - Ottawa Citizen: Ottawa Citi...
University of Ottawa law students win top prize in international moot - Ottawa Citizen
Alberta's King Ralph was loved by his people as one of their own - Ottawa Citizen
Art by Gov-Gen award winners now on exhibit at the National Gallery | Ottawa Citizen
Message is clear: *everyone* stay off the ice! “Two dogs rescued from River via Ottawa Citizen
Two dogs rescued from Ottawa River - Ottawa Citizen
Solid story on Kathleen Wynne. Check out this story from Ottawa Citizen.
Sean Day could be in play for Ottawa 67's - Ottawa Citizen
New figures on what it costs to run Ottawa, inside vs. outside the Greenbelt | Ottawa Citizen gonna fix this?
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Star Wars exhibit lands at Aviation and Space Museum this summer - Ottawa Citizen
13 things to know about Lululemon - Ottawa Citizen: 13 things to know about Lululemon Ottawa…
Citizen’s Chris Cobb wins fellowship to study effects of PTSD: Citizen reporter Chris Cobb has b...
City should honour Stompin' Tom with commemorative naming, councillor says - Ottawa Citizen
BlackBerry stock surges after big Morgan Stanley upgrade - Ottawa Citizen
Allan "Chopper" McKinnon Guest Book on Ottawa Citizen: an entry by Matthew Crosier
Madonna is now on board in fight against boy scout *** leader ban. Ottawa Citizen
Check out this story from Ottawa Citizen. god that TO trip was yesterday.
What to Make this Week: Meringue Gelato Cake with Chocolate Sauce - Ottawa Citizen (blog)
Ottawa loses top spot in MoneySense's list of best places to live - Ottawa Citizen: CTV NewsO...
"What's the the most pressing issue facing Canada's Office of Religious Freedom?" WSO's Balpreet Singh gives his take.
Canada looks to transform diplomatic buildings in London into 'showcase' - Ottawa Citizen
BlackBerry to hit US stores March 22 - Ottawa Citizen
True. And Ottawa Citizen might have had other complaints if OCTranspo chose BusBuddy. Either way, both options are local.
[Canada] Will the federal budget help match aboriginal Canadians with good jobs? via Ottawa Citizen.
Photos: A peek at daily life in Nepal - Ottawa Citizen: Photos: A peek at daily life in NepalOttawa CitizenIn ...
Mystified by this. Can unquestionably 1 of best performing adv economies since Feb 6 '06. A fine legacy.
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Manulife pulls rate after federal push. What "free market"? Never been such a thing. Only manipulation.
Stephanie LeDrew accepts cold facts of alternate's life in curling - Ottawa Citizen -
Luka Magnotta collapses in prisoner's box - Ottawa Citizen
Luka Rocco Magnotta back in court after collapsing on Tuesday - Ottawa Citizen
Why it's going to be hard to make a trade at the deadline for many teams. My column in today's Ottawa Citizen.
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This creeping weirdness in the casino story | Ottawa Citizen
Amazing story of last flying DeHavilland Mosquito recently restored..& it's Canadian connection. via
A map of the new route for the St. Patrick's Day parade, Saturday, March 16, 2013. - Ottawa Citizen
Just read the Ottawa Citizen on line.don't anyone dare mess with Vinny Creaco!!!
A Canadian female libertarian wrote a lot of letters to the Canadian government, complaining about the treatment of captive insurgents (terrorists) being held in Afghanistan National Correctional System facilities. She demanded a response to her letter correspondence. She received back the following reply: National Defense Headquarters M Gen George R. Pearkes Bldg.,15 NT 101 Colonel By Drive Ottawa,ON K1A 0K2 Canada Dear Concerned Citizen, Thank you for your recent letter expressing your profound concern of treatment of the Taliban and Al Qaeda terrorists captured by Canadian Forces who were subsequently transferred to the Afghanistan Government and are currently being held by Afghan officials in Afghanistan National Correctional System facilities. Our administration takes these matters seriously and your opinions were heard loud and clear here in Ottawa. You will be pleased to learn, thanks to the concerns of citizens like yourself, we are creating a new department here at the Department of National Def ...
Ottawa Hospital accused of moving Erik Karlsson to front of queue - Ottawa Citizen
FYI. Here was the column I wrote in the Ottawa Citizen after Jack Layton passed away.
Panama police look to link body to case of former Ottawa resident missing ... - Ottawa Citizen:...
Don't forget to bring in our ad from tomorrow's Ottawa Citizen to get free shoe rental before noon!! Also, we have Rock'n'Bowl beginning at noon ALL WEEK!!! No better place than Orleans Bowling for your March Break!!
Congrats to my friend & colleague, for his most recent award for science reporting
Woman recalls life, love and tragedy in wartime Germany - Ottawa Citizen
Selective memory could apply to both parties to some extent. But truthfully, this is, the first time I actually get that much comeback, as I said I truly appreciate it. Finally feels like we are getting somewhere on a debate. The rebellion of the Patriots, rebellion of lower Canada or simply the 1837-38 rebellion is given to a military conflict in the British Colony of lower Canada, now know as Québec. It was a rebellion opposing civilians against colonial militarism. The lower Canada rebellion was alot more violent than the uproar up north. Louis Joseph Papineau, chef du parti patriote, put up together a rebel forced to fight off the tension in between the Britannic forces. Tension being as it was, the Britannic troops were taken away from the Upper Canada. and transferred to the lower Canada. Rebel troops were nothing compared to the immense size of the British empire. Martial law was pronounced against the rebels, Papineau fled, hundreds were arrested some sent to Australia and many where han ...
Below is a series of graphs that illustrate the economic and social changes that have taken place in Venezuela during this time period.
Vince Creaco has nothing against Erik Karlsson. But when the Ottawa Senators’ star defenceman arrived at The Ottawa Hospital’s Civic campus in the early hours of Feb. 14 after his Achilles tendon was lacerated during a game in Pittsburgh, the 48-year-old Ottawa man saw red. And it wasn&
Loss moves 67's closer to clinching top pick in draft - Ottawa Citizen
Driver in fatal crash in Cumberland in police custody - Ottawa Citizen
- Study finds climate change is making Arctic seasons more like south - Ottawa Citizen
Cardinals only in the Sistine Chapel, but Catholics create 'virtual conclave ... - Ottawa Citizen: Cardinals o...
When did teachers turn into steelworkers?
Entertainment news on celebrities, music, theatre reviews, television, local TV listings guide, books and contests. Read Ottawa Citizen to get current news on entertainment in Ottawa.,Our new and improved events guide has everything you need for a fun summer in the city. Find out what's happening th...
China realigns regulators in latest ambitious plan to streamline government - Ottawa Citizen
Mounties confirm they are searching for human remains on Halifax-area property - Ottawa Citizen -
'First Date,' a musical by 'Gossip Girl' writer, to jump from Seattle to ... - Ottawa Citizen -
New pope must serve very different churches in the West and developing world - Ottawa Citizen: New pope must s...
Hundreds of police expected in Ottawa Saturday at funeral for officer killed in ... - Ottawa Citizen -
Woman killed in two-vehicle crash on Dunning Road in Cumberland Township - Ottawa Citizen
My recent Ottawa Citizen piece. Adultery and divorce: evangelicals do it better. 7th post down.
The Ottawa Citizen. Further cuts to army budget, anticipated additional reductions in FY13/14
The title of the play currently at the National Arts Centre is Innocence Lost.But the evening might more appropriately be called Promise Squandered.
Reconnection of Brewer Pond, Rideau River could begin this summer - Ottawa Citizen
Carleton University symposium explores policing in the 21st century - Ottawa Citizen
News Update Bin Laden son-in-law more of an adviser than plotter but could yield info ... - Ottawa Citizen
Death of woman killed by lion at facility was an accident: family - Ottawa Citizen
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MOTHER TERESA WAS NO SAINT !-Sandhya Jain Agnes Gonxha, the Albanian nun who became famous as Mother Teresa, was a political tool of the Vatican, adroit in legitimizing corrupt dictators and outright crooks rather than in serving the sick and dying in whose name she earned her enviable reputation and fabulous wealth. Far from being a saviour, she was a suppressor of the poor, according to Christopher Hitches, author of Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice. Teresa is currently the subject of scrutiny by Canadian researchers Serge Larivee and Genevieve Chenard of the University of Montreal’s department of psychoeducation and Carole Senechal of the University of Ottawa’s faculty of education. The trio debunks her sainthood as the creation of an orchestrated media campaign, a fact that Der Spiegel and author Aroup Chatterjee have long exposed as the brainchild of BBC documentary filmmaker Malcolm Muggeridge. Many have since attributed Teresa’s sustained glorification as part of Cold War propaganda regar ...
Renowned European sports psychologist takes Canucks, owner to court - Ottawa Citizen: Renowned European sports...
Hundresd of police gather to mourn killed officer Steve Déry - Ottawa Citizen -
Sarah Weinman reviews the latest from Ian Hamilton, Alan Bradley, and Peggy Blair
I’ve decided to respond to columnist Janice Kennedy’s comments on the current conclave (“Catholic Church in Need of Change,” March 2) because I’m very concerned that a polarized view is harmful, and can lead to pessimism or even despair as we face the challenges that co...
Spring forward and sink into sleep. How to handle Daylight time
Steve Maxwell explains how lawn mowers, chainsaws, weed trimmers and leaf blowers operate more cleanly and efficiently than they did even 10 years ago, including gas-powered ones.
My answer to a very critical opinion piece was published in the Ottawa Citizen today: via
Chev Wilke Geoff Nowak Doug Nowak Apparently this was in the Ottawa Citizen today. I am so very impressed at how well they nailed every reference.
Prepare for a surge in grey colour schemes, transitional design and touch-activated faucets this year, according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association's annual design trends report.
OTTAWA — Expect to use every bit of your outdoor paraphernalia this weekend, as we enjoy the gamut of Ottawa spring elements. Saturday will require your sunglasses and sun block as Environment Canada forecast a sunny day — with nary a cloud in the sky — and a high of 8 C.
Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | Graham James Kenneth Berndt October 2, 1981 - March 10, 2012 You will always be remembered with great love and many memories. You meant so much to us, more than words can say. I wonder if you
News release: WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On September 10th and 11th, 2013, top officials of border security agencies from the U.S., Canada, as well as state, local and international law enforcement agencies, and industry, will gather at the US/Canada Border Conference in Detroit, Michigan at th...
Have you ever met anybody who experienced an unbelievable outdoor adventure and lived to tell about it? If you hadn’t the opportunity to meet, listen or learn from some of these individuals, you’re about to get the chance.
Tiger Woods returns to form, shares lead at Doral as No. 1 Rory McIlroy ... - Ottawa Citizen
OK guys...for anyone who thought Ted Cruz might be a presidential possibility for 2016...and believe me I like him...just found out he was born in Canada and he admits to that...so he can NEVER run for POTUS. :(
Congratulations to Sean Penn for attending the funeral of Hugo Chavez... And the OTTAWA CITIZEN *** - it devoted far more space online to that teenage embarrassment Justin Beaver's fainting spell in London than they did to the funeral of Hugo Chavez !!! What morons at the Citizen permit that to happen ???
My greatest "pet-peeve" as a full-time driver on the road is... Someone who's inches from your bumper, can't WAIT to past, at the next opportunity... Blows by you like you're standing still... THEN, proceeds to drive 5km LESS than what I was already doing!!! Gr... Long week, home soon..sigh..
So Justin Beaver faints and the Ottawa Citizen treats it like it was a national disaster ! Really - does anyone with any brains really care what happens to Canada's teen-age embarrassment ??? Not me !!!
Annual Women’s Day party in Ottawa has ‘FEMICON’ for a theme, and a plan to honour the ‘feminist superheroes’ who have made significant contributions.
Krav Maga instructor Laurent Mougeot demonstrates a "use-of-force" move to a group of police foundation students at Algonquin College in Ottawa on Saturday, ...
A long-planned expansion of the Nouvelle Scène theatre on King Edward Avenue is finally taking shape, with formal applications now filed with the city.
The doctor shortage is slowly improving across Ontario, but that is small comfort to the many people still struggling to find one. A new study...
This International Women’s Day, the world seems to be at a tipping point.
On this march 7 & 8... 1898 - Constable George Butler along with three other members left Edmonton to establish Peace River Landing Detachment. 1993 - Commendation awarded to Thomas Roy for safe arrest of armed and intoxicated man Lac La Martre, NWT. (looking for details) March 8th 1900 - Members of the Lord Strathcona Horse receive an enthusiastic sendoff on Parliament Hill as they depart for the Boer War. The unit includes seven officers and 26 men who are leave from the NWMP and are commanded by Supt. Samuel Benfield Steele 1849-1919. 1939 - After having lunch O.283 Inspector Robson Armitage was walking back to his office on Rideau Street in Ottawa when he heard two gunshots. Turning towards the noise he saw two men run from the Bank of Montreal and race down the street. Though he was unarmed and dressed in civilian clothing Armitage chased after the fugitives and caught one of the gunmen after he went down an alley and tried to climb a wooden fence. Though the robber threatened several times to shoot ...
PQ cancels intensive English-language program in elementary schools
Congratulations to Mary Walsh who has been named ACTRA’s 2013 Woman of the Year! Read more in the Ottawa Citizen. In the photo Mary is on the red carpet at the 2012 GGPAA Gala. Félicitations à Mary Walsh qui a été nommée la Femme de l’année de 2013 par ACTRA. Lisez plus dans l’Ottawa Citizen. Dans la photo, Mary est sur le tapis rouge au Gala des PGGAS 2012.
“Guess where his hand was in this picture? I must go shower.” - former mayoral candidate Sarah Thomson. Ford's timing impeccable, as usual, eh? Shirtfront question - sweat or drool?
"Using your stories, we’ve conducted a wide-ranging study and put together a citizen-powered plan to fix our broken cell phone market." Check it out and send it to decision makers in Ottawa here:
Canadian country-folk legend Stompin' Tom Connors, whose toe-tapping musical spirit and fierce patriotism established him as one of Canada's strongest...
The latest from Derek Spalding (Journalist at the Ottawa Citizen newspaper. Ottawa, ON, Canada
It could happen. -- Richard Blake took the witness stand in Ottawa, Ontario, in January to deny that it was he who had invaded a home and stabbed two people numerous times. With a straight face, he had an answer for all of the incriminating evidence. He had the perp's car because "a stranger" had just handed him the keys; he didn't recall what the stranger looked like (but guessed that he probably resembled Blake, because for some reason Blake got picked out of the lineup); he donned the stranger's bloody knit cap (abandoning his own cap); he handled the stranger's knife and bloody glove, and that's why his DNA was on them; he fled at the first sight of police, ramming a cruiser to escape (even though he had "done nothing wrong"); he fled on foot after the collision and hid in a tree (but only to get away from a swarm of black flies). After deliberating politely for a day, the jury found him guilty. [Ottawa Citizen, 1-28-2013, 2-1-2013]
Since France walked unexpectedly into Mali on Jan. 10, the only certain news from the war zone is, there is no certain news at all. We have got used to conflicts that are broadcast, however incoherently, on social media almost real-time, but compared with the ongoing Syrian catastrophe, there is nex...
Dan Aykroyd is coming home to help promote Ottawa’s acting community. The former Saturday Night
Jesus Christ has called His people to exercise Courageous Justice. This is a call to proclaim and extend God’s glorious, victorious reign over all creation; this is a call to advance and celebrate Christ’s Church; this is a call to protect the vulnerable, the oppressed, the disadvantaged.
May 3, 1988. Centrepointe Theatres opens its doors to the public for its inaugural show. Comedian Rich Little commands the stage and a legacy of laughter at 101 Centrepointe Drive begins.Fast forward 25 years to May 3, 2013, when Rick Mercer, another comedic icon, will grace the Centrepointe mainsta...
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Canadian blues guru Harry Manx explored the far side of the blues during a wonderfully adventurous concert at the National Arts Centre studio on Wednesday, the first of two sold-out nights.
When the Viau family won the grand prize in CHEO’s Dream of a Lifetime Lottery, the hospital foundation represented the 2011 winners as so deserving. It couldn’t have come at a better time for the Kemptville family.
March 8 is International Women’s Day, a day for championing women’s economic, political and social achievements. It also serves as a reminder of the ongoing gender imbalance in the workplace. Women have made great progress in many areas of society in recent decades, but one area lags beh...
After nearly 13 hours, Sen. Rand Paul ended his filibuster over the government's legal authority to kill, via drone strike, a U.S. citizen on American soil.
Opposition MPs are calling on the prime minister to dump his parliamentary secretary, Dean Del Mastro, after he missed more than two dozen consecutive meetings of the House of Commons ethics committee.
I can't believe how ingrained in our society this traditional individualistic concept of health is. We have known what the successful path to health is for around thirty years, since the Ottawa charter was passed in the eighties. In many ways we are further from achieving our goal of health and wellness today than we were back then. We need to take a step back and look at the broader picture, look at or communities, our environments, and the things we put ourselves through everyday and how they too impact health...in a much more significant way than a persons individual motivations. Shouldn't the wellbeing and health of every Canadian and even global citizen be the ultimate goal? Can't we put aside our greed and desire for and power?
Ten years from now, Greece’s economic crisis will be but a bad memory, “but it will be a memory that keeps us from repeating the mistakes of the past and helps us build a more secure and prosperous future.
CFN - I should never drink more than two cups of coffee in a day, but there have been some very very long days of late here at CFN central. So many issues, so
When Natali Harea gets home from work, she likes to unwind, maybe making a pasta sauce for dinner, watching TV and having a glass of wine. Which sounds pretty normal, until you consider that she’s doing those things about 11 a.m.
BLAIR ROBERTSON Psychic Medium RETURNS!Live in Person in Morrisburg for anINTIMATE "Evening of Spirit!" You've heard him every week on The New Hot 89.9, you've seen him on CTV, CJOH, Discovery Channel and more... you've read about him in the Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa Sun and Ottawa Life... NOW...…
OTTAWA — Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield welcomes the crowd to the movie theatre, and shows them the view from the window of the International Space Station. “I can see the world unfold beneath me, in all its magnificence, its kaleidoscope [...]
Several years ago, David Lubell, who worked with immigrants and refugees in his Tennessee community, wondered why “good people,” and a place he considered safe and welcoming, was increasingly neither of those for newcomers.
People make me so sick, leaving your three kids home alone for hours... Feces stuck on them, one was about to fall down stairs.. Your pathetic & make all of us young moms look bad because you don't know how to parent.
CANADA IMMIGRATION CRUEL TO FOREIGN HONEST CITIZENS WHICH DEPORTED ONE ITALIAN MAN FAMILY OUT OF WHICH TWO ARE CANADIAN BORN CHILDREN WITHOUT GIVING ANY RIGHTS OF APPEAL AND MAN ALSO UNDER DETENTION WHEREAS MORE THAN 3200 CRIMINALS ARE AVOIDING DEPORTATION FOR MANY YEARS March 01. 2013 8.04 PM Considering how foreign criminals have, for years, avoided deportation from Canada, what happened to Massimo Marti, Vittoria Toscano and their four young children this week can only be described as cruel. The 29-year-old mother and the children, two Italian-born like the parents and the two youngest, born in Ottawa following the family’s move here in 2008, were kicked out of the country Friday. Their removal comes as Marti, 39, is trying to regain his status as a temporary resident with working privileges. He is co-owner of the Little Italy Bakery on Preston Street. The tears shed at Ottawa airport by the family and their friends early Friday morning was heartbreaking. Toscano and the children — three sons and a ...
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This intensive is designed to kick your butt so hard you find out exactly where you stand as a film actor. It packs a five week class into one week. First night: review my technique, then get your first scene. Break it down, learn the story, learn the lines, learn the camera technique, learn the…
Did everyone read the article in the Ottawa Citizen today in regard to housing sale being down 9% in February from last year? What does this mean? Simply, less homes exchanged hands, but our Ottawa market is still moving, but tightening up.
If I was ever involved on politics... some of the things I would look at is... 1. Getting rid of the costly layers of beaucracy. 2. Free votes on issues that directly affect the people who put you in... other wise the voters. 3. Get rid of commissions and boards that r not needed and costlng us a fortune 4. MLA's pensions I like Mike Murphy's plan... policy. Get rid of them and give an RSP contribution. Then you would have people there to work for you and not jsut keep their mouth shut so they can win one more elctiont o get a pension... add to this list people what you would like to see..,in an MLA and a new way to govern. 5. Get our kids home.. remember Alberta's books are in the RED now from overspending...
John and Ray Zahab, ultrarunners-fitness trainers“The best thing I derive out of (my work) is seeing people succeed.”“I want to show youth what they’re capable of.”John (left) refuelling with Ray in Baffin Island, i2P 2009In 2007, Ray Zahab ran 7,500km across the Sahara desert. That wouldn’t have ha...
The sounds of Canada and the beat of Africa will mingle in the Market Saturday afternoon in a musical
Dan Aykroyd to help pitch Ottawa actors in film cameo - Ottawa Citizen
Re: Spending only a little more isn't austerity, Feb. 28.
Dear X (City of Ottawa Hello my name is Patrick John Mills. I am an artist living and working in Ottawa. We spoke on the phone about showing / displaying some painting along the Mackenzie Bridge in about 3 months time. The paintigns are very textured and need to dry. If possible I would like to have power supply. Peter Simpson (Arts writer - Ottawa Citizen) is writing a short cover this project. - a photographer is coming Thursday at 1 pm to document for his article. Joel Haslam - CTV Regional Contact is also cover the activities - Friday at 10:15 am. I hope to be able to accounce that I have a green light to share this body of work with the public in the future. I would like to show the paintings for a weekend. Saturday Morning - Sunday Night. Only two days. I believe it to be something very interesting and positive for Arts in Ottawa. Here are a few samples of the paintings I wish to show thank you for your help Patrick
Sexy online dates can turn into blackmail material, Gatineau police warn after a series of recent complaints.
Naomi Harris, a Toronto native who hadn’t truly explored her vast homeland, set out on what she calls “the Maple Highway” to find what it means to be Canadian.
CDC recommends a variety of laboratory testing and STD screenings to ensure the health of *** and bisexual men.
OK, let's talk the Canadian RCMP. I sent my finger prints in over 18 weeks ago (that is almost 5 months) and still have not received my criminal record check. I have called many times to check in with what is going on and some of the answers are a) no sorry but your finger prints have still not been put in the computer yet (this call happened at 12 weeks) so I am not sure where they are, they may be on someones desk somewhere but I don't know anything or can't help you to find them b) I called at 14 weeks and was told the were just put in to the computer yesterday it will take a few more weeks before we get to them. It is now 4 weeks later and still have received nothing. I have called numerous times with no return phone calls on the the status of my submission. I just called again last week and still have not received a return call, yet their message says they return calls within 3 days. Now, the USA has 330 million people and the FBI can have your fingerprint screen returned to you in 4 days maximum whe ...
The Ottawa Citizen Auditor general and other agents of parliament largely to blame for bureaucracy that has lost its way, say experts
A rather breathless and inaccurate report in the Ottawa Citizen has some locals excited about the possible return of pro baseball to the Canadian capital.
The Ottawa Mission has decided the best way to fight stereotypes around homelessness is through video games.
HOOP REY and Derek read it good Ottawa Citizen present not resident ?
Excerpt from CBC president Hubert Lacroix's opening statement before the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Status of Women, wherein he responds to reports by Sun News Network on sexual harassment at CBC and allegations about David Suzuki, host of CBC's The Nature of Things, March 5, 2013:.
Subject: UN envoy slams Canada 5 March 2013 Hon. Jason Kenney, PC., MP Minister of Citizenship, Immigration & Multiculturalism House of Commons, Ottawa Dear Jason: What's all this I read in today's Ottawa Citizen? It said "UN envoy slams Canada." It goes on to say, "The federal government is again engaged in a war of words with the United Nations. Canada can't credibly preach human rights on the international stage when too many of its own citizens are going hungry, the UN's right-to-food envoy, Olivier De Schutter, told the Canadian Press." Jason, that was a slap on the face of Canada, wasn't it? And as I told you earlier, you had the gall and temerity to go to Sri Lanka on January 7, and preach them about Human Rights saying that we are 'Holier than Thou'. And I told you, "Not so Jason". It is embarrassing, isn't it? You have painted us as a bunch of Hum Bugs in Sri Lanka, and no one in Sri Lanka believes you and us anymore. Let me just jog your memory. By 19 May 2009, the Sri Lankan soldiers li ...
The Ottawa Citizen reported today that 1/3 of Ontario kids are overweight or obese! In 2009 child obesity cost the province an estimated 4.5 BILLION dollars!!! Hey I have an idea- parents stop feeding your kids crap! Parents are the ones who buy the groceries and cook the meals!!! Meanwhile my taxes go to pay for our overstretched health care system due to apathy and neglect!
Interesting fact of the day. They just found camel bones in Canada's arctic tundra. That plus bones of whales in mountain tops as well as oysters, gives us more evidence for a world wide flood. Somehow they are saying this is related to global warming? But if that is the case wouldn't it be glaciation period since the bones are camel bones were there before a "glaciation" ?
The Acacia Strain brings its tortured brand of heavy-metal mayhem to Ritual Nightclub March 7.
Ottawa residents Frank Tierney, co-founder of Borealis Press and Tecumseh Press, and Huguette Labelle, a former deputy minister in the federal government, are among 25 people who Thursday were appointed members of the Order of Ontario.
Corporate social responsibility has never been more important.
The psychology of home buying: What happens inside your head when you choose a home.
Downtown Winnipeg is unsafe in some places and at some times. This is and always will be a rough town. But it's one where it's still possible to learn to live together and share the same spaces again.
OTTAWA CITIZEN (FINAL) ARGUMENTS, Page: A11 Aboriginal issues are on the agenda Peter Loewen And Scott Matthews, Ottawa Citizen Whatever results ultimately follow the surge of activism that is the Idle No More movement, one thing is clear: the movement has placed the political claims of Canada 's aboriginal peoples squarely on the national political agenda - and that's no small victory.
The 70 members of the Ottawa Youth Orchestra are about to embark on a European adventure just as the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 is occurring.
Talk to a researcher who says breastfeeding is overrated.
Dear friends, human rights and freedom advocates around the world, We urge you to send the following letter to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia embassy at the country of your residence. Please send the letter by phone, fax or email during the following days: Tuesday the 5th, Wednesday the 6th or Thursday the 7th of March 2013. We are seriously concerned about Khaled’s fate as we have not received any information about him since his detention two months ago; we are counting on your support to push this human rights issue to the international level. Attached are the needed contact information for the KSA embassies in many countries around the world, and also the unified message we would like you to send to the Saudi authorities available in several languages. For more information on Khaled Natour’s case, please visit this link: _ Dear representatives of the government of Saudi Arabia, On the 6th of January 2013 Khaled Al-Natour (26 years old), a Jordanian citizen, traveled from Amman to Saudi Arabia on a one ...
Unscrupulous Canadian journalists and politicians refer to him as a self-confessed "war criminal" but his lawyer, Dennis Edney, argues that he is a victim of...
Ideas have not played a central role in the Liberal leadership race, as many observers have noted. That doesn’t mean they aren’t there.
People shouldn't be embarrassed about having a Diamond Jubilee medal - Ottawa Citizen (blog)
The latest from Joanne Chianello (I'm the Ottawa Citizen's city affairs columnist, somewhat obsessed with process, planning and wine. Ottawa, Canada
RCMP commissioner warns of 'spin' that says officers with health issues dismissed - Ottawa Citizen
Liberal leadership: Justin Trudeau says 'challenge is to have people get to ... - Ottawa Citizen: Liberal lead...
The city schedules its greenhouse-gas roundtable - Ottawa Citizen (blog): The city schedules its greenhouse-ga...
Chipchura scores twice to lead Phoenix Coyotes over Vancouver Canucks 4-2 - Ottawa Citizen
Vancouver Canucks centre Ryan Kesler out with a broken right foot - Ottawa Citizen
Union advises public elementary school teachers to continue ban on ... - Ottawa Citizen
NDP loses Quebec MP to Bloc Quebecois over Clarity Act debate - Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa Youth Orchestra plans tour of Europe - Ottawa Citizen
- Read in Ottawa Citizen your dream of a Canada-led unmanned probe mission to Mars. Why not a manned mission? Possible?
Ottawa Heart Institute set for 22nd telethon on Sunday - Ottawa Citizen
its not like any Self respecting Ottawa citizen will let that happen.
National Gallery of Canada cuts 29 positions to balance budget - Ottawa Citizen:...
Federal government vows Canada will make HEU-free isotopes by 2016 - Ottawa Citizen: CBC.caFederal government ...
Ottawa Citizen: Public Works picks US stone for heritage renovation - “... it will age differently.”
The Master disturbs, but beautifully - Ottawa Citizen
UN tribunal acquits former Serbian army chief of aiding and abetting Bosnian ... - Ottawa Citizen
Great eye-opener by Terry Glavin (Ottawa Citizen) on the vacuum that exists in the today:
Here's my guest column in tomorrow's Ottawa Citizen: "Tom Flanagan is wrong, not evil." I await your comments.
February goes out like a lion. Ottawa Citizen
I said I no longer consider the Ottawa Citizen a credible news source. But today it made me laugh so let's call it info-tainment.
IPAD ONLY: The psychology of home buying - Ottawa Citizen
National Gallery of Canada eliminating 29 positions - Ottawa Citizen
I do a little trade with my parents, they get a library card and I get their Ottawa Citizen online pass.
Can someone tell me the format of email addresses for Ottawa Citizen reporter? Is it first name dot last name
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News Man who killed Toronto cop is schizophrenic, forensic psychiatrist tells court - Ottawa Citizen...
Beats building a moon base by 2020 I suppose, "Garneau still shooting for Mars - | Ottawa Citizen"
Top court to hear case of Newfoundland man convicted of drowning daughters - Ottawa Citizen -
Photos: Pope Benedict heads into retirement - Ottawa Citizen
UChilenos Trudeau should step aside - Ottawa Citizen
Pilieci: Playstation 4 marks first salvo in potential gaming console deathmatch - Ottawa Citizen
Ontario's problem not too much austerity, it's too much spending. See my article in Ottawa Citizen today.
Aiming to please, Bluesfest faces the music - Ottawa Citizen
The Final Draft (could change a bit before publication) of Ricky's Obituary to be published into the Ottawa Citizen for Thursday, February 14. Seegobin, Ricky Mechanic, Co-owner of R & R Auto Suddenly, at home on Saturday February 9, 2013 at the age of 41, Ricky is now at peace. Beloved son of Judy and Deo Seegobin. He was a loving uncle to his many nieces and nephews and cherished friend and mentor to all who knew him. He is survived by his brothers Randy (Mony) and Rudy and his sister Ria Seegobin. Our gratitude goes out to those nurses, caregivers and physicians of Ricky; you were patient, compassionate and pivotal to his enduring life. His legacy survives by his family and many ties he made in the community. Most importantly, by his dedication to R & R Auto, which he was proud to have stood for “Honest and Reliable Repairs.” To celebrate his life, a visitation and memorial service of his cremated remains will take place on Saturday February 16, 2013 from 11:00-1:30PM at the chapel of Tubman Funera ...
Story in today's Citizen - Bone Marrow Society reaches 100 life-saving trips
The Capital Revue & What People are Saying - Today, we were featured in the Ottawa Citizen Capital Revue blog…
We were featured in the Ottawa citizen Capital Revue Podcast with the wonderful Kevin McGowan! Follow this link...
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