Volume 15 Week 45

Friday, Dec. 14


 

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Beacon Hill,
Cyrville Ward
Tim Tierney



 

 


Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: City council sets three per cent tax increase target
LOCAL NEWS 2: East end rookies get nod for key roles as deputy mayors
LOCAL NEWS 3: Cedar Valley owners celebrate two years in business
VIEW POINT: Cubans remain resilient despite repressive embargo
HS B-BALL: Knights fail to rebound after slow start against St. Pat's
LOCAL SPORTS: Former St. Matt Tiger having impressive freshman year at UMaine
HS FOOTBALL: Knights overwhelmed by northern invaders in OFSAA bowl game
ARTSCETERA: Vintage Stock production a nostalgic look at the homefront during WWII


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LOCAL NEWS
Brothers Georges and Haytham Rahmeh recently celebrated two years in business together as the owners of the popular Cedar Valley Lebanese Restaurant in Orléans Garden. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 12:30 p.m., Dec. 12)
City council sets three per cent tax increase target
Ottawa residents can expect to see a three per cent increase in their property taxes next year, along with a 2.5 per cent increase in OC Transpo fares and other user fees.

East end rookies get nod for key roles as deputy mayors
Christmas came early for east end rookie city councillors Matt Luloff and Laura Dudas on Wednesday, as both of them were confirmed as deputy mayors during their first term in office along with Osgoode councillor George Darouze. (Posted Dec. 12)

Cedar Valley owners celebrate two years in business

Lions’ Magical Village celebrating its 20th anniversary

Inauguration ceremony held for incoming city councillors

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Senior Boys Basketball
Knights fail to rebound after slow start against St. Pat's
The St. Peter Knights went into their game against the St. Patrick Irish last week hoping to see how they measured up against one of the co-favourites to win the AAA senior boys hoops championships this year. Unfortunately, a slow start left them coming up short in what turned out to be an 11 point loss. (Posted Dec. 12)

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)

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ARTCETERA
Vintage Stock production a nostalgic look at the homefront during WWII
You have to hand it to the folks at Vintage Stock Theatre for staging a play that is both nostalgic and tremendously entertaining at the same time. (Posted Dec. 12)

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)

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