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Ottawa Votes: Poll says taxes, transit and jobs top priorities
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Of 1,096 Ottawa voters polled last Thursday, 22 per cent said property tax was the issue that would most influence their vote, 17 per cent chose transit and 16 per cent picked jobs and growth. Lesser priorities were ethics in government, eliminating …

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Children help open Ottawa's first new synagogue in 30 years
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Children at Hebrew school watch as Rabbi Menachem Blum places a Mezuzuh on a doorpost of one of the rooms at the new Ottawa Torah Centre Chabad synagogue in Barrhaven (Ottawa), Sunday, September 21, 2014. About 100 children gathered to …

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Men caught during brazen Sandy Hill break-in
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Two men have been arrested after a quick-thinking neighbour alerted police to a break-in at a home near Sandy Hill and Lowertown. Ottawa police say they were called by the neighbour around 11 a.m. Saturday after they noticed two men acting suspiciously …

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Transit blitzes tacking crimes
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Twenty-three reports of sexual assault at transit stops were filed by Ottawa police from Oct. 1, 2012 to May 14, 2014, according to figures obtained by the Sun through freedom of information. The year with the most sex assaults was 2013, yielding 11 …

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Big cash for Carleton football
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ravens The Carleton Ravens football team took on the Waterloo Warriors at Keith Harris Stadium in Ottawa On, Saturday Sept 7, 2013. The Warriors defeated the Ravens 47-8. The Ravens take the field for the first time in 15 years Saturday.

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Carleton Ravens score Hail Mary touchdown to beat Ottawa in Panda Game
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The Carleton University Ravens ended their long drought in their crosstown rivalry with the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees in dramatic fashion. Trailing 31-27 with mere seconds remaining, Ravens quarterback Jesse Mills threw up a Hail Mary pass from …

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Many roads closed Sunday for Army Run
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Katie Mailhot gives a high five to some young spectators as she runs the half marathon in the 2013 Canada Army Run held in Ottawa. Sgt Dan Shouinard. Share Adjust Comment Print. Several roads will be closed Sunday morning as thousands take part in …

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Orleans crash leaves woman trapped in car for 40 minutes
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A 26-year-old woman was rushed to hospital after a T-bone collision in Orleans on Friday night that left the woman trapped inside her vehicle for 40 minutes. Ottawa paramedics said the crash happened at about 8:30 p.m. ET at the intersection of Jeanne …

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What to do Saturday: Get your art on at Nuit Blanche
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Nuit Blanche, the night when Ottawa/Gatineau explodes in art of all kinds from dusk to dawn, starts at 6:20 p.m. and runs through the night to 4:21 a.m. Visit nbog.ca for a full list of events inside, outside and all over the city or check out Peter …

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Chiasson anxious for fresh start with Ottawa Senators
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JOHN'S, N.L. – It was only a practice, a split-squad practice at that, but Alex Chiasson says he felt some jitters before stepping on the ice Saturday with his new Ottawa Senators teammates for the first time. “To be honest, I did have a little bit of …

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Army Run kicks off with Princess Pats ceremony
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Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 Ottawa — Members of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) march down Elgin Street Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. The parade took place on Day 1 of the weekend-long Canada Army Run events. DANI-ELLE …

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