Volume 15 Week 45

Sunday, Sept. 25


 

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Orléans Ward
Bob Monette

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Tim Tierney



 

 


Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Cross-Canada 'Push for Change' passing through Orléans on Monday
LOCAL NEWS 2: When buying trees or shrubs there's a lot to consider
LOCAL NEWS 3: Bob Monette roasted to benefit Paroisse St-Joseph renovation project
VIEW POINT: When it comes to B.S., Trump is a true Picasso
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Bengals tyke, mosquito teams remain hot, post pair of shutouts against Mustangs
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Weekend wins allow Bengal tyke, mosquito teams to keep pace with the competition
NCAFA FOOTBALL: Peewee Panthers win battle of the unbeatens in impressive fashion
ARTSCETERA: 'Murder Indeed, Sir!' indeed


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LOCAL NEWS
Orléans residents are being invited to 'Walk with Joe' on Joe Roberts' 'Push for Change' cross-Canada trek early Monday morning. Roberts will be leaving from 255 Centrum Blvd. at 6 a.m. and proceeding down St. Joseph Blvd. on his way to parliament Hill. Photo courtesy of Push for Change

(Updated 8 p.m., Sept. 25)
Cross-Canada 'Push for Change' passing through Orléans on Monday
One man's cross-country quest to bring awareness to the issue of youth homelessness will be passing through Orléans early Monday morning.

When buying trees or shrubs there's a lot to consider
As the days grow shorter and the nights get cooler, many people may consider adding a new tree, or a decorative shrub to their properties. If so, you may want to consider these important tips provided by the folks at J.A. Laporte Flowers and Nursery on Old Montreal Road. (Posted Sept. 23)

Bob Monette roasted to benefit Paroisse St-Joseph renovation project

Inaugural Orléans Ribfest a finger-licking, lip-smacking success

Orléans Terry Fox Run blessed with summer-like weather

\Enterprising young man uses lemonade stand to raise thousands for cancer research

LOCAL SPORTS
NCAFA Football
Bengals tyke, mosquito teams remain hot, post pair of shutouts against Mustangs
The Orleans Bengals mosquito team has clinched homefield advantage in the first round of the NCAFA playoffs with a 33-0 win over the South Ottawa Mustangs at Millennium Park on Saturday. (Posted Sept. 25)

NCAFA Football
Weekend wins allow Bengal tyke, mosquito teams to keep pace with the competition
The Orleans Bengals tyke and mosquito squads did what they had to do Sunday, winning both their games against the Cornwal Wildcats to keep pace with the Cumberland Panthers, who won their respective games on Saturday. (Posted Sept. 19)

NCAFA Football
Peewee Panthers win battle of the unbeatens in impressive fashion
Saturday's NCAFA peewee match up between the East Conference leading Cumberland Panthers and West Conference table-toppers Bel-Air was supposed to be the feature game of the day. (Posted Sept. 18)

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ARTCETERA
Shenkman Arts Centre welcomes four new exhibits
The Shenkman Arts Centre welcomes four new exhibits this month featuring works by Ottawa designer and photographer Bert van der Plas; mixed media artist Maya Hum; ceramic artist Mike Doxey; and a group of Polish born artists who all share a love and passion for fabric art. (Posted Sept. 1)

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