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Nepean animation company cashing in on demand for content

Nepean animation company cashing in on demand for content

Mercury Filmworks has seen a rise in demand for content as more streaming services become available, and it's looking to add talent too.
UPDATE: Queensdale Avenue re-opens in Blossom Park after water main break

UPDATE: Queensdale Avenue re-opens in Blossom Park after water main break

The water main break was first reported around 2 p.m., Wednesday.
Splitting city committee would only add to division around council table: Rideau-Goulbourn Councillor

Splitting city committee would only add to division around council table: Rideau-Goulbourn Councillor

Scott Moffatt believes an idea from fellow councillor Shawn Menard is simply unnecessary.
Worker stable after being hit by beam and falling near Chaudière Bridge

Worker stable after being hit by beam and falling near Chaudière Bridge

A man in his 40s had to be rescued from the Ottawa River.
Kanata man buys winning lottery ticket on Eagleson Road

Kanata man buys winning lottery ticket on Eagleson Road

Winston Reid is the area's latest millionaire.
Rising to the challenge: Ottawa bread maker continues to grow

Rising to the challenge: Ottawa bread maker continues to grow

Midweek Mugging: Natali Harea turned passion into a small business in 2012 and it's paying off.
Jennings to start at under centre for Redblacks in place of injured Davis

Jennings to start at under centre for Redblacks in place of injured Davis

Jennings joined the Redblacks as a free agent after four seasons with B.C. In 2016, Jennings threw for 5,226 yards and 27 TDs — both career highs — with the Lions.
Joe Fresh baby sun hats recalled over fears of potential choking hazard

Joe Fresh baby sun hats recalled over fears of potential choking hazard

Health Canada says the loop fastener on the hats may detach and pose a choking hazard.
Charges laid after Pride sidewalk vandalized in Prescott

Charges laid after Pride sidewalk vandalized in Prescott

Police were called after a man was spotted doing burnouts on the painted crosswalk.
Community members raise concerns today at 'Coffee with a Cop'

Community members raise concerns today at 'Coffee with a Cop'

The international event takes place every year, with the hope of building a better community.
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