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New lungs for Eric!


Barrhaven teen Eric Diotte recovering in Toronto after undergoing double lung transplant surgery.
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Customer service and commitment to the community fuels Surgenor
Darren Curry, the grandson of Jack May, says that Surgenor Barrhaven will continue to have the same core values that Jack May originated 50 years ago. “Customer service and satisfaction is our number one priority.” Curry is pictured in front of Surgenor after its rebranding in 2015.
Jeff Morris photo
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For 15 years, fitness company has been giving Barrhaven the GoodLife
There are two GoodLife Fitness locations in Barrhaven.
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Finish line is in site for Greenbank Road widening project
Councillor Jan Harder was joined by Mayor Jim Watson and Councillor Keith Egli, Chair of the City's Transportation Committee, and Barrhaven BIA Chair Jason Macdonald to officially open the four-lane Greenbank Road between Malvern Drive and Strandherd Drive.
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In the News

City championship a sweet one for Pierre-Savard coach


Coach Daphne Marghetis and the Pierre-Savard basketball team celebrate their NCSSAA Tier 2 Senior Girls basketball championship.
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Adeleke won of three Ravens named to All-Canadian team
St. Francis Xavier High School grad Tunde Adeleke of the Carleton Ravens was named to the USport All-Canadian Team.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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