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5th Annual West End Food Truck Rally

The 5th Annual West End Food Truck Rally in support of the FAMSAC Food Cupboard (west Nepean’s emergency food assistance program) takes place on Saturday, August 10, in Bells Corners and is a perfect event for people of all ages. … Continue reading

Magic, Dance, Theatre, and a Dash of Wonder

The Station Theatre is bringing the world-class magic show OUTERBRIDGE – Clockwork Mysteries  to Smiths Falls on Saturday evenings this summer at 7:30 p.m. July 6, 13, 20, 27 and August 3, 24 and 31. Critics across the globe have hailed Ted … Continue reading

Make a Splash with Water Activities

One of the perennial pleasures of living in Ottawa is the opportunity each summer to enjoy all kinds of water activities with your family. We have rivers and lakes galore in these parts, not to mention a world-famous canal plus … Continue reading

Summer Memories for the Making

You don’t need to head to the airport or embark on a cross-country odyssey to make summer memories with your family. Why not explore the wonders of Canada’s capital city and take short trips to enjoy the amazing offerings in … Continue reading

Don’t Be Fooled

By the award that keeps on taking
By Iris Winston | Jan/Feb 2019

I just turned down $350,000. More accurately, I turned down the promise of a $350,000 prize that had all the hallmarks of being a scam.

According to the silky-voiced man who called, I was the lucky winner of a major financial award from Publishers Clearing House.

“Did I remember entering the competition?” he asked.

No, I didn’t, because I hadn’t. Continue reading

Pump up the volume of activity

There’s good reason to lace up your sneakers, round up the kids in the family, and get going places beyond the living room couch. Sure, the fresh air is amazing and, yes, Ottawa is full of enticing green spaces, but those aren’t the real motives for leaving the car and the remote control behind now that the spring thaw is here. More active living is a smart — and necessary — health move for both youngsters and oldsters. Continue reading

Cleaning after a flood

As bitter winter weather turns to spring, melting snow and increased rainfall can lead to small leaks and floods that will wreak havoc on your home. If not cleaned and maintained properly, these areas can lead to mould growth and rotting. If you experience any leaking or floods this spring season, follow the steps outlined below from The Home Depot Canada to ensure your home repair is safe and stays dry.

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Preparation for concert – 4 Things you should rent almost immediately

The thing about concerts is that people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy it. So, there isn’t a specific age bracket that enjoys concerts the most. Therefore, whether you are organizing a concert for adults or youngsters, you know that it is going to be a hit. Continue reading

7 Surprising Reasons Poor Posture is Bad for Your Health (and How to Fix it!)

Many of my students complain about having a tight neck and shoulders. Because we live in a “forward-rounded society,” it’s no wonder! We get up in the morning, check our phones, drive to work, sit at a desk, drive home … Continue reading