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The city and Grey Cup organizers unveiled the transportation plan this week.
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Football enthusiasts will have the opportunity to see and take their picture with the Grey Cup inside the Tent Room from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 21.
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  Snow (or ice) coming? Here’s a list of links...
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Tuesday, December 12 @ 7:00pm Dominion Chalmers United Church Jerry...
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  Presented by: Paquette Productions Shenkman Arts Centre Friday, December...
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Santa Claus is coming to town and he's busy!
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Ottawa Restaurants

If you only knew Baccanalle chef Resa Solomon-St. Lewis from various farmers’ markets, a good number of charitable events, and a bunch of food festivals around town, you will be pleased to know she’s found a home base for her terrific Caribbean food. Tucked into the ground floor of the Phenix Professional Building on Montreal Road, the Capital Fare Café is bright green, very small and windowless.   There are three tables and a smattering of chairs, but mostly, it seems, the three-month-old micro café is used for take-away. Black boards announce the menu and daily specials. Harvey & Vern’s sodas are...
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Chef Briana Kim. (Photo credit Brian Chambers) With Toronto’s Gold Medal Plates now behind us (the final culinary showdown in the eleven city run) we know the full roster of chefs from coast to coast who will be duking it out in Kelowna at the Canadian Culinary Championships in February. Our Ottawa chef, Briana Kim of Café My House, will be the only woman in the competition. What’s more, she will be the only vegan chef entry in the ten year history of the CCC. I can’t wait to see how she rises to the occasion. Judging from her performance last week,...
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2016 Podium finish: Stunt, Thottungal, Doiron The twelfth annual Gold Medal Plates culinary showdown is coming to our town on November 9th. The cross-country tour of cities kicked off in Edmonton last month. It rolled east to Regina, Montreal, Halifax, St. John’s; then back west to Victoria, Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Calgary. It’s Ottawa’s turn on Thursday, and then the GMP cities’ tour will end in Toronto on the 16th, and pick up again in Kelowna, BC in February for the Canadian Culinary Championships. Chefs were invited to compete last April. They’ve had 6 months to plot and plan and tweak their competition...
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