is just one of the characters ready to great you at
Cannamore Orchards Acres of Terror attraction near
Embrun. Fred Sherwin/Photo
7:30 a.m., Oct. 19)
resident makes dreams come true one wish at a time
underestimate the “Power of the Wish”. Those three words
are what Pat Lowell lives by in his role as Chair of the
National Capital Chapter of the Children’s Wish Foundation
Orléans start-up looking for angel investor
women on a mission to help others who are facing mental
and physical challenges integrate into the digital work-force,
are looking for help to grow their Orléans-based business.
(Posted Sept. 28)
your fright on at spooky area attractions
stand impersario raises over $10K for OHF
electrical contractor handed $10K in fines
arsonist(s) torching cars east of Tenth Line Road
runner places second in Fall Colours Marathon
runner Stephane Montpetit went into Sunday’s Ottawa Fall
Colours Marathon in Cumberland hoping to qualify for the
Boston Marathon for a fourth time.
Bengals, bantam Panthers post pair of weekend wins
Orleans Bengals’ peewee team and the Cumberland Panthers
bantam squad have both earned home field advantage in the
upcoming National Capital Amateur Football Association playoffs
after both teams posted wins in Week 7 of the season.
Ismail helps propel St. Matt’s to All Saints Bowl win
pair of fingertip catches by St. Matt’s receiver A.K.
Ismail helped propel the Tigers to a 21-7 win over the
Franco-Cité Falcons on Oct. 5 in the second annual All
Saints Bowl at Millennium Park.
(Posted Oct. 6)
theatre school rebrands to reflect recent growth
first step towards Orleans Young Players rebranding as the
Ottawa School of Theatre (OST) was taken in January 2004
when the school’s artistic director, Kathi Langston, launched
the school’s first adult class. (Posted