“Ladies and gentlemen, we should be clear and proud that we are celebrating a country that others look to for example,” he said in his speech on Parliament Hill.
From June 30 to July 2, this weekend will hold...
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will wrap up their Royal tour of Canada by making a stop in Ottawa on Canada Day.
“For almost seven years, I’ve had the privilege of being commander-in-chief. It’s a role that has meant a lot to me,” Johnston said in a speech after the inspection.
Governor General David Johnston will kick off summer activities at Rideau Hall Sunday with the annual inspection of the ceremonial guard.
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The goal is to have the Global Rallycross come back for the next three years, although that is “not firm,” said Guy Laflamme, executive director of Ottawa 2017.
“It broke my heart to see lives- especially so young, go down the same path I went. Fentanyl and the rise of these dangerous drugs is so prevalent and I didn’t want to sit around and keep watching people be hurt,”
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The Canadian debut of the Red Bull Global Rallycross wrapped up at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum Sunday evening.
This weekend promises plenty of excitement as the Ottawa/Rockcliffe Airport transforms part of its runway into a 1.22 km professional race track for rounds six and seven of the Global Rallycross.
“We have to recognize that we live in a world that has changed dramatically over the last decade where there are people that want to do evil deeds,” Mayor Jim Watson said.
“Increasingly it’s possible to track people with the technology we use to go about our (daily) lives,” said Brenda McPhail of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
The Star report says that Metrolinx does not always require police to obtain a warrant to obtain the data and that the agency could have shared data with forces in both the Toronto area and Ottawa.
The events will take place over three days from June 30 to July 2 at three locations.
Six gleaming recipients sat in a row, waiting to shake hands with the Governor General and receive their award. Their names may be unknown to many, but their work has not gone unnoticed.
Her dog was found safe by her side.
Photo: “Alone” by Derek Mellon, from the OttawaStart Flickr Group....
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It all began with the March for Life, an annual demonstration by those opposed to abortion, which started on Parliament Hill.