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The Nutcracker

The Linda Jamieson School of Dance (LJSD) is presenting The Nutcracker at Algonquin Commons Theatre from December 7 through December 9. The show has been an annual tradition for the Kanatabased dance school for over two decades and what makes this version of the classic so special is that it showcases dancers from right here in Ottawa. Continue reading

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Gift of Holiday Magic

One of the best gifts of the season for grandparents is the opportunity to spend time and make memories with their beloved grandkids. If that’s on your personal wish list, one way to make it happen is to purchase tickets for you and your young significant others to attend a live holiday performance.

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Shuffle Power

All ages are signing up for the Salvation Army’s

Santa Shuffle to help improve lives in Ottawa.

Get a little exercise, get a little silly, and get into the spirit of generosity. Continue reading

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Happy Time

Suzart’s new production, Elf the Musical, delivers holiday family fun onstage and behind the scenes too. by Pam Dillon Ellen Séguin is pumped. She’s directing the Ottawa premiere of Elf the Musical, the Suzart Productions show happening December 5 to … Continue reading

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Feeling Off Kilter? Use Yoga to Ease Vertigo

Balance  We often hear the word “balance” and think of the seemingly impossible goal of achieving that smooth transition between work, home, family, fitness, healthy eating, and so on (good luck with that!). But equally important is the simple ability … Continue reading

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Sail Away into the Sun Contest Winner

Congratulations to Diane Wilkinson Winner of the Sail Away into the Sun Contest
Diane Wilkinson of Stittsville is presented with the contest from Roger Holmes, General Manager/Partner of Carleton Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning Ltd.
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Ben Babelowsky was born in Amsterdam, Holland where he attended art school studying both commercial and fine art. He currently resides in Ottawa.

In 1953, he came to Canada and settled in Toronto where he attended Ryerson College. He worked at a commercial printing plant and produced a series of commercial and fine art commissions. Continue reading

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Students for Seniors Inc.

(613) 701-1378 www.students-for-seniors.com www.facebook.com/Stuforsen www.twitter.com/Stuforsen info@students-for-seniors.com Struggling with your new smartphone, tablet, or computer? Family members being too impatient? Technicians too expensive? Students for Seniors can help!In business since 2014, we offer in-home private technology tutorials on any and all … Continue reading

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NEED PROTECTION? WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED!

Someone steals your laptop in Times Square. How nervous are you? With Purrtec’s government-grade encryption, you can walk away care-free.

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Help Your Teens Cope with Moving

Friends are a big deal for teens. So, when you ask your teen to move and leave friends behind, you’re asking a lot. But you can help make the move easier. Continue reading

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