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Facing the unknown: Community news in Ottawa and beyond

The landscape of the media industry in Canada is rapidly changing. These were the words of Senator Art Eggleton at the Liberal Senate Open Caucus: Threats to Traditional Journalism in Canada on Feb. 852 more words

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Succulents and self-care

Last summer, shortly after I moved to Hintonburg, I found myself perusing a selection of succulents at the grocery store. I had always been fascinated by the plants but had never brought myself to actually purchasing one. 340 more words

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Finding my home in Hintonburg

A year ago, I was fizzling out. I didn’t know how to say “no,” so I’d begun saying “yes” to just about everything. It wasn’t out of pride or out of the need to be at the top, but a simple desire to feel my time was well spent and my life was full. 271 more words

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The untold story of the Hinton family, part one

By Dave Allston – 

Place names are important. Selecting a place name is the first step in creating a community when folks settle in one shared geographical area. 1,146 more words

Inside Ottawa Real Estate #6 [Feb 16th 2018] with Reed Allen

Today we talk buyer specialists, the Hintonburg & Wellignton Village areas of Ottawa, walkability, real estate investing, the low vacancy rates in Ottawa, and what to do if you bought your home from a builder. 146 more words

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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

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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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