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Quinn's Ale House

I will obviously not be writing about every single restaurant at which I eat. And if this little ‘ole Ottawa South pub wasn’t one of the stops along my journey to find the best burgers in Ottawa, I wouldn’t bother blogging it.


Harper’s Message is “Say Goodbye to your CBC”

Canada’s evangelical/Reform Conservative Party led by Stephen Harper spends millions of our tax dollars on Action Canada ads telling us how great they are at creating jobs. 467 more words


I'm a runner!

Last week was the first week where I felt like I could call myself a runner. Up until recently I have always considered myself someone who runs not a runner. 472 more words


Gatineau school van driver arrested for driving drunk on the job

Gatineau police arrested a school van driver for drinking and driving on Monday.

A 47-year-old man was about to pull away from St. Paul Elementary School with kids on board his minivan, but witnesses suspected he had been drinking. 65 more words


Gatineau crime drops by 14 per cent: Police report

Gatineau crime saw a “significant” decrease  last year, but cybercrimes are “exploding” and pose new challenges for police, says Chief Mario Harel.

According to the annual police report released Tuesday, the number of reported crimes fell 14 per cent in 2013, from 2012. 201 more words


Fewer people using Ottawa homeless shelters, but stays are longer: Report

Two Fs, a D, and an A– it  isn’t the rosiest of report cards of the city’s efforts on ending homelessness in Ottawa, but the organization that produced the annual report says there is hope. 353 more words


Stink bugs in Ontario: How to recognize them and what to do if you find one

Watch video above: Stink bugs could weak havoc on Ontario produce. Laura Zilke reports. 

TORONTO – The agricultural branch of the Ontario government is on the lookout for a small, 18-millimetre long bug that stinks like rotten coriander. 591 more words