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Local piper Scott Cameron had his bagpipes piercing through the still, crisp air during the Manotick Remembrance Day ceremony at the Manotick Cenotaph Sat., Nov. 11. The ceremony was attended by close to 1,500 people. It was the first Remembrance Day in the village in which local residents could enjoy the new Manotick Remembrance Park.
Jeff Morris photo
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An Oh-so-goode book
Osgoode journalist and author Joe Banks signs a copy of his book, The Osgoode Village Story, for local resident Cindy Kent, during a book signing at Raymond’s in Osgoode Saturday. The book was originally published in 2006, but due to demand, the sold-out book was recently reformatted and reprinted. Kent’s family, meanwhile, the Clelands, are prominently featured throughout the book.
Photo by Jeff Morris
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My Toy Shop owner thanks community for support through the years
My Toy Shop owner Etienne Kerr has been big on giving back to the community since he opened My Toy Shop in 2010. He is once again collecting toys for the annual Toy Mountain Drive.
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The legacy continues to grow for South Carleton’s Class of 1971-72

The 1971-72 Class of South Carleton High School has found that giving back to the community has been a way to stay engaged with and involved in their school and community.
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In the News

OTHSD student says the more you put in, the better your experience will be

OTHS Kenneth Patterson loves reading the classics, but to him, nothing beats the Harry Potter series.
Messenger photo by
Phill Potter
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Local artist set to showcase single on-stage in advance of EP release
Miranda Boutros will be releasing her debut EP in the spring. This Saturday evening, she will perform a song from the EP at Collab Space (70 Bongard Ave.) in Nepean during the Champagne Showcase.
Photo by Nick GŁtz
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