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Fri. October 11, 2019

Election time is upon us in the Carleton riding. The Manotick Village Community Association will be hosting an All-Candidates Meeting Oct. 15.
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Third World Bazaar brings the world to Manotick every fall 
Third World Bazaar is located on Mitch Owens Road beside Bakker’s General Store.
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Ottawa Idol
Alexa Paiva of Manotick was the winner of the 2019 Ottawa Idol singing competition. The St. Mark High School student will receive a $5,000 artist development package.
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Orchard Walk Anniversary
Orchard Walk Retirement Residence celebrated its 20th anniversary recently. CTV Ottawa’s J.J. Clarke, Councillor George Darouze, Carleton MPP Goldie Ghamari, MP Carleton Pierre Poilievre and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on hand for this momentous occasion. Mayor Jim Watson presented Years of Service Awards to Joanne Nichols (15 years), Bernice Oliver (20 years), Elaine Lamb (18 years), Doris Russo (15 years), Krissy Borutski (16 years). Also in the photo is Barb Philipps, Executive Director of Orchard Walk. Missing from the photo is Brenda Waddell (20 years).
Gary Coulombe photo
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In the News

Being OTHS Student Council President a rewarding experience

After suffering numerous concussions, Melita Wyche turned to coaching
Phil Potter photo
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The NCSSAA high school girls field hockey season got underway last week as the South Carleton Storm edged the St. Mother Teresa Titans 1-0 in Tier 1 action Monday, Sept. 30. The Storm tied West Carleton 0-0 and then lost to Sacred Heart 3-2 and Cairine Wilson 3-0. The /Storm girls basketball team won their opener with a 38-36 win over West Carleton.

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