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Green Door: 3 Berry Pie and Vegetarian Salad Medley

A few weeks ago, while I was visiting family in Ottawa, we planned for a day of relaxation at the Le Nordik – a spa just outside of Ontario in Chelsea, Quebec. 750 more words

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Itinerary for Ottawa Witnesses May 30-31

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TORONTO CONFERENCE: OTTAWA WITNESS ITINERARY

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Itinerary Ottawa Witnesses May 30-31

Follow the footprints! 299 more words

Ottawa Witness

Tulip Time in Ottawa by Susan R. Hughes

Each May, tulips abound here in Ottawa. During the Canadian Tulip Festival, over a million bulbs bloom in more than a dozen varieties along the Tulip Route and at Commissioner’s Park beside Dow’s Lake and the Rideau Canal. 271 more words

Community Shared Agriculture Program #shoplocal @RochonGardens

My husband and I gave up on trying to nurture and grow an abundant garden last year. We were overwhelmed and feeling slightly defeated by the community of squirrels and raccoons (oh and the LARGE gopher that lives in our small garden). 424 more words

Teaching Children Young

National Post View: The curious debate about debates

Almost since the day he became prime minister, Stephen Harper has sought to reshape the media landscape as it intersects with Ottawa’s traditional political process. While politicians and the press are natural adversaries, Harper has arguably done less than his predecessors to mask his impatience with the mainstream media’s traditional role as a filter between government and voters. 739 more words

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Queen's Park to pass new legislation to ram through new hydro corridors: Ottawa Citizen

Hydro corridor in Bridlewood area of Ottawa: millions of dollars’ worth of new power lines needed

Ottawa Citizen May 21

The provincial government is preparing a new law to make it easier to build and expand hydro corridors, with the Ottawa area a prime target. 730 more words

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