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Cape Breton Post
Cheerful Tory warrior with a heart
The tributes for Jim Flaherty that flowed on Parliament Hill at the news of his sudden death were generous and genuine.
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Yorkton This Week & Enterprise
Dutch seek info on Yorkton dead soldier
The Dutch have a thing for Canada. Canadian troops played a major role in liberating the Netherlands from Nazi occupation at the end of World War II for which the country is eternally grateful.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Gatineau school driver allegedly tests four times over limit
A Gatineau man will appear in court Tuesday after allegedly driving students with a blood-alcohol level almost four times the legal limit.
Flooding worsens for Kemptville area residents
Homeowners along the Rideau River south of Ottawa are playing a waiting game to see if rising waters that are filling basements and flooding roads will subside.
Beach Metro Community News
The Beaches, the band, from the Beach
When it came time for a name, local indie rockers The Beaches wanted one that hints where they're from.
Kelly Egan: Your tree, your problem, your expense
City parks now look bare, suddenly too full of sky. Backyards have gone barren. And homeowners are being handed eye-popping estimates for tree removal, followed by near fainting spells.
Ottawa police chief wants prostitution laws to target johns
Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau says he'd like to see the country's prostitution laws follow the leads of countries like Sweden and France, who have laws that target the men who buy sex instead of the prostitutes themselves.
Premier Wynne seeks $2-million in libel damages from Hudak, PCs
Tim Hudak and Kathleen Wynne do battle in the provincial legislature, and possibly in court as well as an election.
Heartbleed SIN breach suspect ID'd by RCMP
RCMP have identified a "possible offender" after the Canada Revenue Agency saw 900 social insurance numbers stolen in a web security breach due to the Heartbleed bug.
Ottawa man charged with first-degree murder in wife's death
Minutes after murder-accused Bhupinderpal Gill's brief appearance in a packed courtroom Monday, an emotional group of relatives and friends from Ottawa's tightly-knit Sikh community gathered for an impromptu sidewalk prayer.
Ray An Fuentes in Christian Fellowship concert April 20
One of the most revered performers in the Philippines, Ray An Fuentes, will showcase his singing and dancing talents on stage in An Easter Concert: We Exalt You Jesus! on April 20 at Praise Christian Fellowship in Los Angeles.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Chacounne Goes to DC and New York, Part One
As some of you know, I was able to attend a conference in Washington, DC, at the end of March, thanks to some Kossacks and other wonderful and generous family and friends.
Ottawa Senators reflect after disappointing season ends
The Ottawa Senators ended the season on a high note, winning their last five games, including Sunday's win over Pittsburgh .
Missing boy Matthew Zhang, 8, found safely
Police believe Matthew Zhang, eight, who's been missing since Sunday, may be with his mother Wei Chen.
Steely Dan Announces North American Summer Tour
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Walter Becker and Donald Fagen will bring Steely Dan to the road in 2014, taking their "Jamalot Ever After" Tour across the U.S. and Canada.
Kemptville, Ont., residents fill sandbags ahead of rainfall
Some residents of Kemptville, Ont., were filling sandbags over the weekend ahead of rain expected this week as water levels remain high along the Rideau River.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Flaherty had looked forward to starting new life, more family time, say friends
The former finance minister for two conservative governments - Stephen Harper's in Ottawa and Mike Harris' at Queens Park - had only three weeks ago stunned observers by announcing he was leaving politics for more family time and to pursue a private sector career.
Man arrested at home of Jagtar Gill, Ottawa homicide victim
Jagtar Gill, 43, was found dead in her home by her husband and 15-year-old daughter.
St. James church building in Gatineau damaged by fire
The 113-year-old building that used to house the congregation of the St. James Anglican Church in Gatineau was engulfed in flames overnight, but the fire was contained to the church lobby, according to fire officials.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Gluten-free trade show deemed a success
Gluten-Free Utopia, an inaugural Ottawa trade show for those with sensitive dietary needs, was declared a success by organizers after it took place last weekend at Library and Archives Canada.