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Police rule out foul play in death of 13-year-old boy

The body of a missing 13-year-old boy has been found, according to police.
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Liberal Chandra Arya fends off challenge to retain Nepean seat
Liberal candidate Chandra Arya is congratulated by supporters following his re-election as the Nepean MP.
Charlie Senack photo
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Barrhaven residents honoured at the Ottawa Volunteer Service Awards
Several members of the Barrhaven Legion were among those recognized at the Ottawa Volunteer Service Awards.
Charlie Senack photo
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Fly Eagles, Fly!
Cheerleaders from the Nepean Eagles Football Club were special guests of the Carleton Ravens Cheer Team for the last game of the university football season at Carleton’s MNP Park. The Ravens had three graduates of the Eagles in their line-up as centre Jesse Tamming and receivers Phil and Honoreal Iloki both played for Carleton. Former Eagle Danny Porter was playing for McMaster. The Eagles close out their NCAFA season this weekend as the Pee Wee Eagles and their speedster running back Justin Rowe face the Myers Riders in the Pee Wee A Championship game at the Nepean Sportsplex Minto Field on Woodroffe Ave. Sunday. Kick off is at 3:30 p.m.
Valeroe Wutti photo
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In the News
St. Joe co-pres. says getting involved gives sense of belonging


Sasha Rogers is the co-president of the St. Joseph High School student council.
  Phill Potter photo
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Sherry Beckstead was among the many local artists who took part in the 10th annual Artist’s of Stonebridge exhibition and sale at the Stonebridge Golf Club Oct. 18-19. For more coverage on the event, visit the Barrhaven Independent Facebook page.
Jeff Morris photo

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