Gatineau

11 Dec 18
The Most Beautiful Destinations in Canada

Ottawa Archives | Vacation Rental Marketing Agency | Vacation Rentals ExpertsOrientate Yourself Parliament Hill is where it all began. The rolling emerald lawns of Parliament Hill are open and free to visit. This is a good place to acquaint yourself with the neo-Gothic federal government building and the House of Commons. You can also ride […]

11 Dec 18
Ottawa Citizen

Gatineau police are asking the public — and especially local body shops — to help them find a compact SUV that was involved in a hit and run in Aylmer last month. The pedestrian, a man in his 30s, suffered serious injuries in the crash at about 7 a.m. on Nov. 2. He was hit by […]

11 Dec 18
Attractions en Outaouais

L’Outaouais est une région qui se démarque avec ses merveilleux endroits pour pratiquer le plein-air! En effet, plusieurs touristes se réjouissent des nombreux parcs qui réussissent à lui donner un énorme charme. Lorsque nous pensons à plein-air, nous pensons surtout à la verdure, aux promenades en forêts et aux excursions. Par contre, l’Outaouais sait comment rendre […]

11 Dec 18
National Post

September 2018 2 – The 200-year-old National Museum of Brazil was gutted by a fire that broke out after it closed for the day. It had housed 20 million items, thousands of them irreplaceable, but most of the skull of a 12,000 year old fossil nicknamed Luzia was later found in the debris. The oldest […]

11 Dec 18
Memesita

This autumn, at V, time seems to stop and the planet, reconfigured to revolve around a single star: that ofDouble occupation. By early October, Jay Du Temple and singles selected by Productions J will be everywhere, almost always, V and MusiquePlus. Get ready, or run away to another channel if your heart is not there, […]

11 Dec 18
Tony Seed's Weblog

Ontario government’s gratuitous attack on Francophone minority rights condemned Condemnation of the Ford government’s decision to scrap the building of a French language university and to eliminate the Office of the French Language Commissioner in Ontario, announced as a “cost saving” measure in November, has been swift and widespread throughout the province and Canada. This […]

11 Dec 18
I love the Psalms

There is a prophetic expectancy to this psalm that forms a very natural bridge to the Palm Sunday triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.

11 Dec 18
Tales From An Open Book

It’s gift giving season. At the library, we know budgets can get really tight, and time seems to dwindle down to nothing. That’s where public libraries come into play. Trust us…we’ve got you covered! Visit a museum together. Museums can be expensive, especially if you want to attend as a family. Our library offers family […]

10 Dec 18
The Province

Mike Dipietro is looking for redemption at this year’s Team Canada tryout camp

10 Dec 18
Little Luxuries by Lynsey

Can you believe that it’s Christmas already?! It only seems like a few months ago that we were starting this year!! I love doing some Christmas shopping and finding the perfect gifts for my friends and family! So I thought I would share some of my top picks with you all in case you are […]

10 Dec 18
National Post

VANCOUVER — A stark message sporadically popped up on Mike DiPietro’s phone over the past year. “Got cut from world juniors,” it read. After missing out on wearing the Maple Leaf in last year’s IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship, the up-and-coming goalie set the alert to act as motivation, pushing him to put in an […]

10 Dec 18
Official Sports blog for Philly's Phinest Sports News

Over the Flyers 51 year history there have been many moments that have changed the direction of the franchise. Some for the better and some for the worse, the team has been molded into the storied organization they are today because of these actions. This is the top five moments that changed the Flyers forever. […]