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Friday. Jan. 13, 2017

Joe Princiotta is our 2016 Person of the Year


Manotick businessman and philanthropist Joe Princiotta is the 2016 Manotick Messenger Person of the Year.
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A wonderful year with our temporary pup and future guide dog
Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is always seeking volunteers to act as puppy raisers. You must be willing to take a dog into your home for 12-18 months, have an active lifestyle, take the puppy nearly everywhere you go, have a vehicle to attend veterinary appointments, and be open to training instruction.  You can learn more and sign up for an information session on the program by contacting Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind at 613-692-7777 or email info@guidedogs.ca.
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Rockin’ to the Max!
Maxim Fenton, age 10, of the Osgoode Rideau Senators Atom House 'C' team, plays his hockey stick like an air guitar to Cheap Tricks' 'I Want You To Want Me' during a break in the action during the Bell Capital Cup game against the Cumberland Dukes at the Nepean Sportsplex on Wednesday, December 28, 2016. The Senators won the game 3-1.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Hundreds gather on Christmas Eve to mourn sisters killed in crash
A fatal accident involving a collision between a dump truck and a car on Mitch Owens Road just east of Manotick Station Road claimed the lives of local teenage sisters Rehema and Elizabeth Muzaliwa, while their mother, Bernadette, remains in serious condition.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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In the News

OTHS student says there is more to education than just classes

Terry Eastwood is involved in a number of activities at OTHS, including band.
Phill Potter photo
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Manotick OHL rookie following in his older brother’s footsteps
Manotick’s Sam Bitten of the Ottawa 67s scored his first OHL goal in just his second game.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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