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Tory leader Scheer makes campaign stop in Barrhaven

Federal Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer made a stop at the campaign headquarters of Brian St. Louis to meet with Nepean Conservatives.
Charlie Senack photo
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OTC Early Learning Centre hosting Open House Sept. 18-19
The early educators at the Ottawa Torah Centre’s Early Learning Centre will be among the staff at their Open House Sept. 18-19.
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Nepean Sports Wall of Fame to be revived in Sportsplex

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Street naming honours Nepean’s first female justice of the peace
A street in Half Moon Bay was dedicated to Her Worship Lillian (Lynn) Coulter in a ceremony last week. She was joined by Nepean MPP Lisa MacLeod, Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Councillor Jan Harder, Hugo Lalonde from Minto Communities, and community volunteer Darrell Bartraw. Absent from picture is retired City of Nepean Deputy Chief Devon Fermoyle.
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In the News
For St. Joseph grad Grace Parker, hockey is in her blood

St. Joseph High School grad Grace Parker is headed to Boston University to play hockey.
  Phill Potter photo
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Dancer Paige Forrester ready to perform on the Majesty of the Seas
Canterbury High School graduate Paige Forrester will be dancing on Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas.
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