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Ottawa’s sky early Wednesday morning was graced with a rare...
The exhibitions will be opened on Nov. 2 from 5-8 p.m. and they run into 2018.
The uOttawa Gee-Gees and Carleton Ravens faced off in front of the largest modern-day crowd for a Panda game, drawing 24,420 spectators, TD Place said.
Julie Payette, the governor general-designate, will be sworn in on Oct. 2 at 10:55 a.m. in the Senate Chamber on Parliament Hill.
“We had a wonderful seven years,” said Governor General David Johnston at his last public event at Rideau Hall on Saturday, capping off his term as one of the longest serving Canadian Viceroys.
As temperatures soared, concertgoers spread out between the Great Lawn and Aberdeen Pavilion at Lansdowne Park for a sunny Saturday of music during Cityfolk 2017.
Leanne Brophy of Victoria, B.C. was caught by a surprise welcoming to MosaiCanada Saturday, when she became the millionth visitor at 1:45 p.m.
Smith Falls’ Brooke Henderson finished even par and tied for twelfth place in the tournament.
“Canada really has been, from all objective points of view, a groundbreaker (on LGBTQ rights),” Mayor Jim Watson said in a speech.
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Two CC-130 Hercules aircraft roared over TD Place Thursday night for the Redblack’s annual Canadian Armed Forces appreciation night.
Ottawa Buskerfest 2017 wrapped up Monday, after five days’ worth of performances.
The first annual Somali Cultural Festival was held on Saturday. Part of its goal is to help the Somali community — particularly youth — retain their heritage.