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Barrhaven’s Harrison Tallyhoe (84) celebrates a uOttawa Gee-Gees touchdown with teammate Dylan St. Pierre of South Gloucester during the 2018 Panda Game at TD Place on Sat., Sept. 29. The Saint Mother Teresa High School grad caught one pass in the Gee-Gees 38-27 win over the Carleton Ravens, reclaiming the Panda Trophy for uOttawa the first time in five years. In addition to Tallyhoe and St. Pierre, five other local players took part in the 50th Panda Game. Both teams are gearing up for the OUA playoffs. 
Mike Carroccetto photo
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MacLeod, Harder announce $106K in funding for tornado relief charities
The community of Arlington Woods, just north of Barrhaven, was among the hardest hit by the tornadoes that touched down in September.
Charlie Senack photo
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Bench in memory of Jennifer Teague placed steps from where she was found
Ed and Sylvie Teague sit on the bench placed in memory of Jennifer Teague at the Stony Swamp Conservation Area, just steps from where the Barrhaven teen was found 13 years ago.
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Oktoberfest
Shawn Tavenier (right), lead singer of Silver Creek, rocks Oktoberfest under the big party tent at Clarke Fields on Sunday, Sept. 30. This year’s Oktoberfest last four days and returned to Clarke Fields after the event was relocated across Strandherd Drive last year.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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In the News
H.O.P.E. Club was an integral part of high school for LDHSS grad

Malika Patel is a Longfields Davidson Heights Secondary School graduate now studying at uOttawa’s Telfer School of Managegment.
Phill Potter photo
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John MacCrae Bulldogs’ Jade Taylor-Ryan (13) attempts an underhand lay-up against St. Joseph Jaguars’ defender Emma Petzold during Senior Girls’ Tier 1 basketball action in Barrhaven on October 1. The Bulldogs defeated the Jags 51-32.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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