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Walk the Line, Part 4: A nod to the past, and eyes on the future

Walk the Line, Part 4 follows Citizen reporter Matthew Pearson as he makes his way along the final part of the Confederation LRT route, and comes “home,” thinking about the future, and the past, of the capital. 1,873 more words

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Songs, swords, skullduggery 

By Judith van Berkom – 

Imagine a beautiful warm summer’s evening in Clare Gardens Park, a crowd is gathered in front of an impromptu stage, with props, costumes and special effects behind the audience in preparation for 90 minutes of Shakespeare, in celebration of his 400th anniversary. 424 more words

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Ten-year-old transgender advocate chosen as Pride parade grand marshal

A Stittsville tween who has been fighting for the rights of transgender Canadians has been chosen to be this year’s grand marshal in Ottawa’s upcoming Capital Pride parade. 508 more words

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Cakes & Shakes & Cones, Oh My!

Holland’s Cake & Shake

229 Armstrong St, Ottawa

What I like to call Ottawa’s Sweet Jesus; Holland’s Cake and Shake. One of the BEST ice cream shops I’ve ever been to…honestly I just want to share my sugary experience with everybody that I can. 541 more words

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One scoop or two? This new ice cream stand is open for business

By Jacob Hoytema – 

No longer will Wellington West have to go through a long, hot summer without a cool refreshment: Cardinal Ice Cream, the neighbourhood’s first locally owned ice cream stand, is open for business on Wellington West. 759 more words

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Store burgled, shot fired, Ottawa police cruiser stolen — suspect freed without charges

West Ottawa residents are scratching their heads over the saga of a convenience store break-in that led to a police pursuit, a foot chase, a single shot from an officer’s gun, the theft of a police car, an arrest — and the suspect’s release without charges. 621 more words

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Cole: We need not wait to judge police behaviour in Abdi's death

Police and politicians are asking the public to reserve judgment about the death of Abdirahman Abdi, a 37-year-old Somali man who died after a violent altercation with Ottawa Police on Sunday, and who was pronounced dead at The Ottawa Hospital on Monday. 643 more words

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