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Ottawa's Telus Ride for Dad calls for support in fight against prostate cancer

Ottawa's Telus Ride for Dad calls for support in fight against prostate cancer

"Wives, daughters, sons, sisters, brothers; everyone is touched by this one diagnosis," said Samantha Hastie, Co-chair of the Ottawa Chapter's Telus Ride for Dad.
Give the present of presence this Mother's Day

Give the present of presence this Mother's Day

"Nearly one third of Canadians say that sharing a meal together is the most meaningful Mother's Day gift you can give your mom," said OpenTable's Chief Dining Officer, Caroline Potter.
Canadian Blood Services calling on Ottawa donors over the Easter Weekend

Canadian Blood Services calling on Ottawa donors over the Easter Weekend

"At the times of holiday weekends, like this weekend, people just tend to forget and get busy with other things," said Glenna Gosewich, Ottawa's territory manager and donor relations with Canadian Blood Services.
Ottawa's Rolling Barber gearing up for a second season, looking for volunteers

Ottawa's Rolling Barber gearing up for a second season, looking for volunteers

"We aim to offer service to the homeless population, as well as low income families, students and other people in those situations," said Co-Founder and Director of Communications Francois Thibeault.
Ottawa hosts the 2019 provincial AAA peewee hockey championships

Ottawa hosts the 2019 provincial AAA peewee hockey championships

"The level of hockey that folks can come out and watch and see is extraordinary," said Jeff Baker, Manager of hockey operations for Hockey Eastern Ontario.
Ottawa Fury FC ready for home opener against Nashville SC

Ottawa Fury FC ready for home opener against Nashville SC

"We're going to give a good performance on Saturday, so [fans] can look forward to that," said forward Christiano François.
Ottawa residents reminded to check for underground infrastructure before digging on property

Ottawa residents reminded to check for underground infrastructure before digging on property

"The utilities and municipalities come out and provide that service for free to home-owners," said Ontario One Call Executive Director Ben Hamilton.
Hydro One spending $50,000 to see trees replanted in tornado-affected areas of Ottawa

Hydro One spending $50,000 to see trees replanted in tornado-affected areas of Ottawa

Hydro One says it's also working to make its infrastructure more resilient as it continues to create a reliable supply of electricity for the city. 
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