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Michelle Seguin, of Metcalfe, puts two-month-old daughter Mia inside the Stanley Cup during a stop at the Manotick Fire Station on Saturday, Nov. 17. Washington Capitals pro scout Matt Bradley spent his day with Lord Stanley’s mug in and around the village on his day with the Cup after being part of the winning organization last season. Seguin is a huge Capitals fan, and Mia is a small one.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Former PM John Diefenbaker was a big influence for Order of Ottawa recipient
Lawyer Lawrence Greenspon (centre) poses for a photo with Mayor Jim Watson and his councillor George Darouze after receiving his Order of Ottawa medal at city hall last Thursday (Nov. 22). Amongst his many charitable pursuits, Greenspon spent 25 years as chair and board member of The Snowsuit Fund.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Kidney from daughter may save life of former Manotick LCBO employee
Kielli Kraft gives her mom, Wendy, a hug. Wendy, who retired from the Manotick LCBO two years ago, has a fatal illness called Goodpasture Syndrome. Kielli is donating a kidney to her mother to help her in her fight to survive.
Jeff Morris photo
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Shootout win in Embrun gives Richmond Royals second straight win
Richmond Royals goalie Eric Tessier covers up a loose puck. Tessier got his first shutout of the season last weekend as the Royals shut out the Arnprior Packers 5-0.
Jeff Morris photo
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In the News

Childhood health struggles gave student a unique outlook on life

OTHS student Megan MacIntyre was named the 2018 Children’s Miracle Network CHEO Champion presented by Walmart.
Phill Potter photo
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New sign for Miller’s Oven
Twenty-five years ago, Jesper Lind, owner of Northern Sign Works, designed and put in place the original Miller’s Oven signs. An update was needed and it was timely as Millers Oven is celebrating 35 years of continuous operation December 12th.  Pictured from left to right are Jerry Mask, Mary Newman, Anne Middaugh, Lynda Jenkins, Jim Stewart (kneeling), Jesper Lind (Northern Sign Works), Barb Usher, Colin Crosbie and Kerry Crosby (Head Cook).
Gary Coulombe photo

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