Volume 9 Week 45

Sunday, Feb. 1


 

Updated Dec. 11

Updated Jan. 13

People's Choice
Award 2009
'Family Business
of the Year'

Posted Sept. 16


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Orléans Ward
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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Third time's the charm for Orléans Business Person of the Year
LOCAL NEWS 2: Local singer, songwriter signs recording deal with Sony Music Canada
LOCAL NEWS 3: Proposed eastern LRT route unveiled: city seeks public input
VIEW POINT: In staff we trust
CCHL HOCKEY: Veronneau's three-point effort leads Rangers past Smiths Falls Bears

LOCAL SPORTS: East end athletes share top billing at Ottawa Sports Awards
CCHL HOCKEY: Veronneau leads Rangers to bounce back win against Kanata
ARTSCETERA: Holiday panto makes triumphant return to local theatre

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LOCAL NEWS
Bellefleur Physiotherapy co-owners Jason (left) and David Bellefleur were double award recipients at the Orléans Business Excellence Awards Thursday night. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Posted 8:30 a.m., Jan. 31)
Third time's the charm for Orléans Business Person of the Year
Bellefleur Physiotherapy owner Jason Bellefleur had been nominated for the Orleans Business Excellence Awards Business Person of the Year twice before and both times he was left a bridesmaid.

Local singer, songwriter signs recording deal with Sony Music Canada
It's been quite a past few months for local singer songwriter Michelle Treacy. Just six short months after Lady Gaga invited her on stage to sing "Born This Way" together in Montreal, the 18-year-old Orléans resident has signed a recording contract with Sony Music Canada. (Posted Jan. 27)

Proposed eastern LRT route unveiled: city seeks public input

Prime Minister comes to Orléans to make campaign-style speech

Latest social media app blamed on spat of high school fire alarms

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LOCAL SPORTS
CCHL Hockey
Veronneau's three-point effort leads Rangers past Smiths Falls Bears
After losing their last two games to the Nepean Raiders and the Carleton Place Canadians, the Gloucester Rangers were in need of win against the Smiths Falls Bears on Saturday. (Posted Feb. 1)

East end athletes share top billing at Ottawa Sports Awards
They’ve shared the same path for the better part of the past 12 years – from their roots with the Gloucester Concordes Speed Skating Club, to their Winter Olympic Games debut in Sochi last winter. And now Vincent De Haitre and Ivanie Blondin are inevitably linked once again, each accepting their first Male and Female Athlete of the Year prizes from the Ottawa Sports Awards. (Posted Jan. 24)

CCHL Hockey
Veronneau leads Rangers to bounce back win against Kanata
The Gloucester Rangers are back in winning form. Four days after the Hawkesbury Hawks ended their four game winning streak with a 7-1 drubbing, the Rangers bounced back Friday night with a 4-1 victory over the Nepean Raiders to get back on form. (Posted Jan. 24)

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ARTSCETERA
Holiday panto makes triumphant return to local theatre
It's been three years since the East End Theatre company last performed a traditional holiday pantomime for a local audience. (Posted Dec. 19)

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