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Thurs. Sept. 29, 2016

A Place to Reflect


The sod was officially turned last Tuesday for the Manotick Remembrance Park, adjacent to the Manotick Cenotaph on the edge of Dickinson Square off Bridge Street. The new park to honour veterans will be officially opened to mark Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations on July 1, 2017.
Jeff Morris photo
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NIN Collection Boutique wow Manotick at Fall and Winter Fashion Show
The fifth annual NIN collection fundraising fashion show was another big success.
Krysia Kurylowicz photo
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“Alotta” excitement over plans for new waterpark
Alottawata will be a world class theme park located at Moodie Drive and Bankfield Road about three kilometres from Manotick.
Jeff Morris photo
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Swans fall in Grand Final, Rebels are AFL Ontario Premiers
The Manotick-based Ottawa Swans have ended their most successful season to date, finishing as finalists in the Ontario Australian Rules Football League.
Rob Colburn photo
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In the News

Being involved and making friends has been positive for OTHS student

OTHS student-athlete Landon Smith says that many mentors, coaches and teachers have helped him succeed at a number of levels..
Phill Potter photo
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Big week for Football Eagles as all five teams post NCAFA victories
The Tyke Eagles offensive line opened big holes against the Vikings.
Jeff Morris photo
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