Volume 15 Week 45

Wednesday, May 4


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Biggest Loser program a life changing experience
LOCAL NEWS 2: Cheddar Et Cetera closing its doors for good this weekend
LOCAL NEWS 3: Bye, bye winter; hello to a new growing season
VIEW POINT: Stand up and be counted, it’s census time again
MINOR HOCKEY: East end teams capture 11 House League divisional championships
MINOR HOCKEY: Cumberland wins six House League championship banners
MINOR HOCKEY: Eastern Ontario Wild clinch Minor Bantam AAA title
ARTSCETERA: Coro Vivo concert to have world music theme


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LOCAL NEWS
The St. Albert Cheese outlet store, Cheddar Et Cetera, will be closing its doors for good on May 1. File photo

(Updated 6:30 a.m., May 3)
Biggest Loser program a life changing experience
Before Yves Hubert signed up for the 180-Degrees Fitness Centre's Biggest Loser program, his health kept him from being the husband and father he always wanted to be.

Cheddar Et Cetera closing its doors for good this weekend
The Cheddar Et Cetera cow is finally coming down, but not because of a city bylaw. The store’s owner, St. Albert Cheese, has decided not to renew their lease in the Crowne Pointe Plaza at Trim and Watters Road. That means that as of May 1, cheese lovers will no longer be able to buy their favourite fromage at the specialty store. (Posted April 26)

Bye, bye winter; hello to a new growing season

Commentary: Water rate rethink a sign of poor salesmanship

Rendez-vous des aînés honours current, past presidents

City to consider alternative water rate options

Previous local news stories

 

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Minor Hockey
East end teams capture 11 House League divisional championships
Eleven House League teams from the east end capped their season by winning a Gloucester Hockey Association (GHA) District 9 division championship on the weekend. (Posted April 11)

Minor Hockey
Cumberland wins six House League championship banners
The Cumberland Minor Hockey Association went into the District 9 House League championships on the weekend with 12 teams in the running for a championship banner. (Posted April 11)

Minor Hockey
Eastern Ontario Wild clinch Minor Bantam AAA title
The Eastern Ontario Wild wrapped up the Ontario East Minor Hockey League AAA Minor Bantam playoff championship last week with a 4-0 win over the Ottawa Jr. 67s. (Posted April 4)

Minor Hockey
Major Atom A Rangers complete championship hat trick
For the Gloucester Rangers good things really do come in threes, as in three OEMHL playoff championships. (Posted May 1)

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ARTCETERA
Coro Vivo concert to have world music theme
Coro Vivo Ottawa will be presenting the third in a series of “commented” performances at Orléans United Church next month celebrating the rich tapestry of world music. (Posted April 9)

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