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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Orléans Health Hub still on target for 2020
LOCAL NEWS 2: Local war veteran among those in attendance at Navan Remembrance ceremony
LOCAL NEWS 3: Hundreds gather at Orléans Cenotaph to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice
VIEW POINT: In conversation with Overdose Prevention Ottawa co-organizer Melanie Jubinville-Stafford
SPEED SKATING: Speed skating duo wins five medals at opening World Cup meet
HS BASKETBALL: Cairine Wilson successfully defends as 'AA' hoops crown
HS SOCCER: St. Peter claims Tier 1 soccer championship on penalty kicks

ARTSCETERA: Orléans-based theatre school rebrands to reflect recent growth

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LOCAL NEWS
Orléans Health Hub director Lise Vaillancourt and Ottawa-Orléans MPP Marie-France Lalonde unveiled plans for the future health care facility at a public consultation Thursday night. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7:30 a.m., Nov. 17)
Orléans Health Hub still on target for 2020
More than 10 years in the planning, the long-awaited Orléans Health Hub appears to finally be on the verge of becoming a reality according to the person responsible for over-seeing the project.

Local war veteran among those in attendance at Navan Remembrance ceremony
Eric G. Smith will be 97 years old in January and the only living veteran from Ottawa that fought in both the Second World War and the Korea War. (Posted Nov. 11)

Hundreds gather at Orléans Cenotaph to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice

Local villages paid a heavy price in serving rheir country

Remembering two generations of Canadian war heroes

Cucina da Vito: Fine Italian dining in the heart of Orléans

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Speed Skating
Speed skating duo wins five medals at opening World Cup meet
Orléans native Ivanie Blondin and Cumberland's own Vincent de Haître took an important first step in their quest for Olympic qualification on the weekend, combining for five medals at a World Cup meet in rhe Netherlands. (Posted Nov. 13)

HS Basketball
Cairine Wilson successfully defends as 'AA' hoops crown
The Cairine Wilson Wildcats will be moving on to the OFSAA 'AA' provincial girls basketball championships after successfully defending their NCSSAA title last week. (Posted Nov. 10)

HS Soccer
St. Peter claims Tier 1 soccer championship on penalty kicks
The St. Peter Knights are the NCSSAA Tier 1 high school soccer champions after beating the Colonel By Cougars 5-4 on penalty kicks. (Posted Nov. 10)

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ARTCETERA
Orléans-based theatre school rebrands to reflect recent growth
The 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 Oct. 15)

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