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Fri., August 19, 2016



All in the Family!


The family of Sekou Kaba gathered at Boston Pizza on Greenbank Road for a party to watch the Barrhaven athlete compete in the 110 metre hurdles at the Rio Olympics. A large crowd gathered at the Barrhaven restaurant to cheer on Kaba. Last week, Boston Pizza also held a viewing party to watch Barrhaven swimmer Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson compete in Rio
Jeff Morris photo
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Local students go back to the Cold War in Priscus’ play, “Shelter”
Dean Silva (Joey Hughes) passes time while trapped with schoolmates in a bomb shelter during the play “Shelter”, written by Barrhaven student Sarah Priscus.
Jeff Morris photo
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Great customer service part of Mr. Mozzarella’s recipe for success
Customer service and great food is what Mr. Mozzarella owner Ravi Vamadevan says keeps customers coming back.
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Rebuilding Mosquito Football Eagles get first taste of action at jamboree
The Nepean Football Eagles get ready for the Mosquito Madness opening ceremonies.
Karen Dumanski photo
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In the News

From its roots as Houle Sports, MegaCity celebrates 20 years in Barrhaven


Steve Bradford grew up in Barrhaven as a John McCrae Secondary School student and played lacrosse for the Nepean Knights. He now owns MegaCity Promotions.
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TDance, IMUM, help St. F X student-athlete become well rounded
St. Francis Xavier student Jaden Haye has excelled in the classroom, in sports, and in competitive dance.
Phill Potter photo
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