Volume 15 Week 45

Sunday, Dec. 9


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Lions’ Magical Village celebrating its 20th anniversary
LOCAL NEWS 2: Thousands turnout to welcome St. Nick to Orléans
LOCAL NEWS 3: Friends and supporters give Bob Monette heartfelt send-off
VIEW POINT: Cubans remain resilient despite repressive embargo
LOCAL SPORTS: Former St. Matt Tiger having impressive freshman year at UMaine
HS FOOTBALL: Knights overwhelmed by northern invaders in OFSAA bowl game
HS FOOT BALL: St. Peter Knights down Ashbury Colts for Tier 1 football championship
ARTSCETERA: Canada’s Ballet Jörgen gives local dancers a Nutcracker experience


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LOCAL NEWS
Brothers William and Jacob Charlebois check out this year's Lions Magical Village on the second level of the Place d'Orleans Mall. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 8:30 a.m., Dec. 7)
Lions’ Magical Village celebrating its 20th anniversary
A popular holiday tradition has returned to Place d’Orléans for another year and miniature village aficiandos couldn’t be happier.

Inauguration ceremony held for incoming city councillors
Ottawa’s new city council gathered together in an official capacity for the first time Monday night for a ceremonial inauguration ceremony at the Shaw Event Centre. (Posted Dec. 6)

Friends and supporters give Bob Monette heartfelt send-off

Thousands turnout to welcome St. Nick to Orléans

Orléans Bengals coach, MIFO executive director receive Order of Ottawa award

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Former St. Matt Tiger having impressive freshman year at UMaine
Katley Joseph has beaten the odds when it comes to suiting up as a regular in his first NCAA football season. (Posted Dec. 7)

HS Football
Knights overwhelmed by northern invaders in OFSAA bowl game
The St. Peter Knights were hoping to end their season on high note against the Korah Colts in the OFSAA National Capital Bowl on Tuesday, but the Sault St. Marie team flipped the script on the hometown boys, cruising to a convincing 45-12 win. (Posted Nov. 29)

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ARTCETERA
Canada’s Ballet Jörgen gives local dancers a Nutcracker experience
The professional dancers were “breathtaking and I loved getting to know them,” says Keradwyn Thompson about her first experience, in 2016, dancing in Canada’s Ballet Jörgen production of The Nutcracker: A Canadian Tradition. (Posted Dec. 9)

Christmas Choirfest raises $2,868 for local foodbanks
Each year, church choirs from across Orléans gather together at the Community Pentecostal Church to celebrate the holy season in song and scripture while raising money for the east end’s two local food banks. (Posted Dec. 5)

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