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Today's letters: The Salvation Army and academic freedom

The great Salvation Army debate begins. Meanwhile, there are worries about the state of academia and writers weigh in on wages for restaurant workers and if the next mayor should be a woman – or fix our infrastructure. 665 more words


Rosemount library branch deserves more than a renovation, group says

A proposed $2-million renovation to an aging central-west Ottawa Public Library branch still isn’t good enough for an advocacy group that wants a bigger and better library. 477 more words

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It's Time for the PPRA's Annual Dessert Party!

Save the date Saturday September 23, 2017.  Tickets are now on sale for the PPRA’s Annual Dessert Party.

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Fresh food options coming soon to local convenience store

By Paula Roy –

Hintonburg’s status as one of Ottawa’s most eclectic food neighbourhoods is about to become even more entrenched, thanks to a tasty renovation that’s happening at the corner of Spadina and Gladstone. 659 more words

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Scanlan: 'These are tears for Abdi' — Community marks one year since death

The memorial for Abdirahman Abdi at Somerset Square Park had a theme — “Standing Together.”

And together they stood Monday night in Hintonburg, more than 100 strong in the “cleansing rain,” in the words of First Nation Algonquin elder Barbara Dumont Hill. 786 more words

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Sherazi: A year after Abdirahman Abdi's death, we're all learning some lessons

On July 24, 2016, Ottawa Police responded to a disturbance at the Bridgehead Café in Hintonburg, where complaints had been made about a man apparently groping at least one female customer. 738 more words


Capital Wishlist: Barry Hobin says it's time to stop planning a city for the 1950s

To mark the 150th birthday of Confederation, we asked local residents from a variety of backgrounds to share their wishes for the future of the capital and the country. 558 more words

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