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Province commits $105k for concussion awareness
on Rowan’s Law Day

Nepean MPP Lisa MacLeod, former NHL star Eric Lindros and Kathleen Stringer were at Ken Ross Park in Barrhaven to commemorate Rowan’s Law Day across Ontario. The day was named for former John McCrae Secondary School rugby player Rowan Stringer, who passed away after suffering her second concussion in less than a week during a game against St. Joseph.
Charlie Senack photo
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Mullen a free man after receiving sentence of time served
Barrhaven teen Michael Swan was killed in his home in Feb. 2010.
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Season opener
Haley Carter of St. Mark, left, and Reegan Belanger of Pierre-Savard, right, go for a loose ball during the NCSSAA girls basketball season opener Monday in Barrhaven. Carty scored 31 points for St. Mark as they broke a 43-43 tie and won by a score of 51-43.
Jeff Morris photo
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The NCSSAA high school girls field hockey season got underway this week as the South Carleton Storm edged the St. Mother Teresa Titans 1-0 in Tier 1 action Monday. In the OFSSAA division, John McCrae got off to a good start with a 4-0 win over Ashbury.
Jeff Morris photo
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In the News
Accomplished musician also has a passion for martial arts


Sophia Fornarolo says her aunt encouraged her to study piano when she saw her playing with a toy piano.
  Phill Potter photo
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Titans return to high school football with pair of wins
St. Mother Teresa slot back Steven Kemp (2) goes airborne but has the ball tipped away by a defender during the Titans’ 13-0 win over St. Mark. Kemp has 10 receptions for 159 yards and two touchdowns in the first two games of the season.
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