Volume 15 Week 45

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: D’Arcy McGee’s to host CHEO fundraiser this Saturday
LOCAL NEWS 2: Orléans senior publishes follow up to book about late husband's battle with Parkinson's disease
LOCAL NEWS 3: Canotek fitness centre fails to skip a beat despite devastating fire
VIEW POINT: Keeping up appearances a difficult thing
SPEED SKATING: East end pair strike gold at World Cup event in Kazahkstan
SPEED SKATING: Cumberland speedskater wins first ever World Cup gold medal
ARTSCETERA: Plenty of highlights during first Gloucester Music Club recitals of the season

ARTSCETERA: OYP's Winter Tails, an entertaining walk down memory lane

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LOCAL NEWS

Volunteers unload toys at the Toy Mountain headquarters on Sparks Street that were collected during this year's Parade of Lights . Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 8 p.m., Dec. 8)
D’Arcy McGee’s to host CHEO fundraiser this Saturday
They’re not exactly your typical angels... at least not in the Biblical sense. They don’t have halos or wings. They’re not cherubs, although some of them maybe a little on the chubby side. But what they lack in angelic attributes they more than make up for in selflessness, generosity and compassion.

Orléans senior publishes follow up to book about late husband's battle with Parkinson's disease
It was a phone call 180º Fitness owner Adrian Delorey will never forget. It was a Thursday morning. I was just getting ready to come in and teach a class when my phone started going off the hook. A fire had started next door at Canotek Auto Detail and my space had suffered considerable damage," says Delorey recalling the events of Oct. 27. (Posted Dec. 4)

Cedar Valley Lebanese Food restaurant changes owners

Canotek fitness centre fails to skip a beat despite devastating fire

Heart of Orléans BIA looks to the future after exciting year

Man charged after allegedly exposing himself in Fallingbrook park

LOCAL SPORTS
Speed Skating
East end pair strike gold at World Cup event in Kazahkstan
East end natives Ivanie Blondin and Vincent de Haître were on top of their game at a World Cup event in Kazahkstan on the weekend, combining for a pair of gold medals in their respective specialties. (Posted Dec. 7)

Speed Skating
Cumberland speedskater wins first ever World Cup gold medal
Cumberland speedskater Vincent de Haître won his first ever individual gold medal in international competition on Saturday, coming in first place in the 1000-metres at the World Cup in Astana, Kazahkstan. (Posted Dec. 4)

Senior Boys Football
St. Matt's Tigers add OFSAA Metro Bowl to city gridiron crown
The St. Matthew Tigers won the school's first ever provincial bowl game in Hamilton on Monday, downing the Michael Power/St. Joseph's Trojans 28-7 to lay claim to the OFSAA Metro Bowl. (Posted Nov. 29)

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ARTCETERA
Plenty of highlights during first Gloucester Music Club recitals of the season
The Gloucester Music Club kicked off its 2016-2017 season this weekend with a pair of recitals featuring a talented group of young musicians in mid-season form. (Posted Dec. 4)

OYP's Winter Tails, an entertaining walk down memory lane
Over the past number of years the Orléans Young Players Theatre School, has put on a number of winter productions which, besides being extremely entertaining, offered the audience an opportunity to get into the Christmas spirit. (Posted Nov. 27)

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