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Air Canada!


Perfect weather meant perfect conditions for the Ottawa BMX Nationals Race Weekend at the Creppin Realty BMX Track in Barrhaven from Friday through Sunday. Racers from all across Canada and the United States were in Barrhaven for three days of racing, hosted by Nepean BMX.
Jeff Morris photo
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Ground is broken, Barrhaven Costco expected to be open in fall
Councillor Jan Harder, middle, was joined by people from Costco, Trinity Developments, and the Barrhaven BIA at the official groundbreaking for the new Barrhaven Costco store. The 148,000 square foot store is expected to open in the fall at Strandherd Road one block south of the 416-Fallowfield Road interchange. From left to right are Brad Caco of Trinity, Ruth Hall, and Gino Dorico of Costco, Councillor Jan Harder, Steve Cunliffe of Regional Group, and Andrea Steenbakkers and Jason MacDonald of the Barrhaven BIA.
Jeff Morris photo
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Barrhaven students get the chance to launch their projects into space through NASA program
AnYuan Tu of St. Emily Catholic School in Barrhaven got the chance to go to NASA’s facility in Virginia for the Cubes in Space Program.
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Giving some Kneaded Touch to prenatal and postnatal women’s care
The staff at Kneaded Touch Massage Therapy in Barrhaven focus on women’s care with a specialization in prenatal and postnatal care.
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In the News

With new technology comes a new set of health problems and challenges


Customer care and commitment to community have helped Lisa, Kellie, Michael and Nancy become a healthy fixture in Barrhaven.
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Being drafted by Habs a dream come true for local prospect Will Bitten
Will Bitten, who had 65 points in 67 games with the Flint Firebirds in the Ontario Hockey League last year, was selected by the Montreal Canadiens in Saturday’s NHL Draft in Buffalo.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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