May


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Seven-year-old girl honoured for helping saver mother’s life


Sophie Woodland, age 7, and her mother Nicole Faucher pose for a photo at old Nepean City Hall on Monday, May 8, 2017. Woodland called 9-1-1 and guided paramedics to her house when her mother suffered a medical emergency.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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The search for the perfect facial results in a unique, home-based spa
Nakota Spa owner Anu Bhalla retired from her career as an internal auditor with the federal government to follow her passion.
Jeff Morris photo
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That stings!
Barrhaven Killer Bees' goalie Colton Cossio can't make a save on a shot off a Nova Scotia Prospects' stick during a Little Sens Spring Cup major novice game last Saturday (May 13, 2017). There was no Maritime hospitality, as the Nova Scotians handed the Killer Bees a 21-0 loss in the final round robin game for both teams.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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All in!
The students and staff at Monsignor Paul Baxter Elementary School are supporting the Ottawa Senators and showing their colours on game days during the Stanley Cup playoffs. Did you know that the Sens have a secret weapon from Sweden not named Erik Karlsson? For more, see From the Other Side on page 6.
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In the News

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St. Joseph valedictorian says it’s an honour to represent ‘an amazing class’
St. Joseph valedictorian Grace Moran will be studying Pre-Veterinary Medicine at Dalhousie University in the fall.
Phill Potter photo
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