Monday, December 10, 2018
Giving on the menu at Art Is In
Giving on the menu at Art Is In

Kevin and Stephanie Mathieson, owners of the Art Is In Bakery, have recently partnered with Mealshare. Heather Botham, Centretown NewsWhen Kevin and Stephanie Mathieson learned that their restaurant could help provide free meals to youth in need, the couple thought it was a great chance to give back to their community.

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Kitigan Zibi files claim for the Hill

An Algonquin nation in Quebec has launched a land-claim lawsuit asserting rights over a high-profile swath of downtown Ottawa including Parliament Hill and LeBreton Flats, potentially complicating the NCC’s ongoing redevelopment of the Flats and Windmill’s planned “Zibi” commercial-residential real estate project on adjacent lands around the Chaudière Falls.

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Homicide suspect remains at large

Ottawa Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder for 33-year-old Steven Frenette.

The man suspected in a shooting death that took place Saturday afternoon in Centretown.

The victim of the city’s 21st homicide of the year, identified as Lee John Joseph Germain, 32, was found seriously wounded at 571 McLeod St. after gunshots were heard around 4 p.m. Dec. 10.

Germain was rushed to hospital but later died. 

Police later identified Frenette as the alleged shooter and described him as armed and dangerous. 

A second homicide, the city’s 22nd of the year, occurred at about 2:45 a.m. Sunday outside a McDonald’s restaurant at the intersection of Meadowlands Drive and Prince of Wales Drive. The city’s 22 homicides in 2016 represent a three-fold increase over 2015.

Ottawa Police Chief Charles Bordeleau tweeted: “Another two senseless deaths this weekend...  Too many lives lost this year.”

Farm site for Civic

After months of controversy and deliberation, the new Civic super-hospital has found its future home at the former site of the Sir John Carling Building on the northeastern edge of the Central Experimental Farm.

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Friends rally for robbed food bank
Friends rally for robbed food bank

Dalhousie Food Cupboard volunteer Mike Salter at the scene of the crime: a Bronson Centre freezer. Cody MacKay, Centretown NewsA late November break-in at a Bronson Centre food bank in which more than $4,000 in food and office supplies was stolen has added to the organization’s challenges during what’s turned out to be a difficult holiday season.

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