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Diefenbunker II

There is so much I could say about my trip to Canadian Forces Base Carp, also know as the Diefenbunker, but it’s Sunday and you probably don’t want to hear me blather. 72 mots de plus


Balanced Clothing and Sweet Tea

Posted by Denise Deby. Thanks to Francis Dellosa, B∆LANCE, for the information.

Two Ottawa companies are getting together to spread the word about their products and the benefits of collaboration among sustainable local businesses. 182 mots de plus


Tom Heinemann returns to town — as enemy

Ottawa Fury FC’s all-time leading scorer will be back in action at TD Place stadium on Saturday evening.

However, Tom Heinemann will be trying to score his first goal against the squad for which he produced 18 during the previous two years, including four in post-season play as second-year Fury FC played for the North American Soccer League title in 2015. 796 mots de plus


Redblacks' Henry Burris hopes to prove critics wrong

Henry Burris laughed as he faced reporters at TD Place early Friday afternoon — the first words out of his mouth: “Hashtag WhatifHankstruggles.”

Two days ahead of his return to the starting lineup after missing four games with an injury to his pinky finger, the Ottawa Redblacks quarterback has a bit of a chip on his shoulder. 806 mots de plus


Redblacks' Jon Gott says O-line has to improve

The guy with the big beard says the Ottawa Redblacks need to tidy up a couple of things: Penalties and quarterback sacks.

Centre Jon Gott says the offensive line is looking to do its part. 177 mots de plus


Redblacks' Jonathan Rose waits for his turn

It looks like Jonathan Rose will take a seat again with the Toronto Argos in town Sunday.

On the Ottawa Redblacks depth chart, the rookie defensive back is behind Mitchell White, who was signed less than two weeks ago and started in Saskatchewan last Friday. 183 mots de plus


Plenty of factors keep Ottawa housing market out of the bubble

To fret or not to fret over a pricing bubble. That is the question for the Ottawa housing market.

You’ve seen the scary numbers. In Vancouver, house prices have rocketed 24.6 per cent over the past year, according to Royal LePage’s latest price and market forecast survey. 1 100 mots de plus