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Dog Days of Winter

Carleton Progressive Conservative candidate Goldie Ghamari welcomed Ontario PC leadership hopeful Christine Elliott to her campaign office last Wednesday. Ghamari, who announced her support for Elliott, invited all four of the leadership candidates to the Carleton riding while they were in Ottawa for the Tory leadership debate. Elliott was the only one who accepted the invitation to come to the riding. 
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Commuters sound off over poor service provided by OC Transpo
Miguel Tremblay of FoTenn Consultants facilitated the OC Transpo forum that saw local commuters sound off over poor service.
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Royals end CCHL2 season on winning note with 5-1 win over Winchester
Richmond Royals captain Patrick Yates of North Gower scrambles for a loose puck in front of the Winchester Hawks net Sun., Feb. 25 in Richmond. Yates had a goal and two assists for the Royals as they closed out their CCHL2 season with a 5-1 win.
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Ghamari endorses Christine Elliott during her visit to Carleton riding
Ontario PC leadership candidate Christine Elliott, front row centre, visited with Carleton PC candidate Goldie Ghamari and her campaign team last week.
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In the News

St. Mark student says each day is about being positive and feeling good 

Isabel Oldroyd is the co-creator of the Confidence is Key program at St. Mark.
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Phill Potter
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Despite short season, Ryan O’Connell ready to play in Boston next year
Ryan O’Connell, a 2017 Toronto Maple Leaf draft pick from Manotick Station, played for Canada West in the 2017 World Junior A Challenge. He will be attending Boston University on a hockey scholarship in the fall.

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