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Fri., March. 16, 2018

The choir from St. Andrew Catholic Elementary School in Barrhaven sang the national anthem at the Ottawa 67s OHL game at TD Place Arena Sunday. The 67s and their star rookie Graeme Clarke of Barrhaven finish their regular season with a home game Sunday afternoon (March 18) at 2 p.m. against North Bay before heading into the playoffs.
Photo by Mike Carroccetto
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Ka Familia celebrates one year of being one of Barrhaven’s finest restaurants
Dhom Rosete celebrates his first anniversary next month as owner of Ka Familia, a Filipino-Fusion restaurant on Strandherd Road at Longfields Drive.
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Inter-generational program sets Educara Montessori School apart
Kayleigh McEwan and Jody McCombe have created a special Montessori school with an intergenerational element at Educara in the Viva Retirement Centre.
Jeff Morris photo
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City Champs!
The St. Mother Teresa Catholic High School Titans edged Sacred Heart 1-0 to win their first ever National Capital Secondary School Athletic Association Boys Contact Hockey championship. The Titans finished the regular season with a 5-1-2 record and then beat John McCrae of Barrhaven 7-2 in the semi-final before winning the title. The Titans will travel to St. Catharines this week for the OFSSA provincial high school championships.
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In the News

St. Francis Xavier student plans for the future include soccer

Melina Ianni-Lucio dreams of attending university for business
Phill Potter photo
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Barrhaven Business Advantage show helps local businesses showcase their services
Steve English of the Canadian Security Team talked to visitors about keeping their homes safe.
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