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June 30, 2016

Pancake breakfast to help raise funds to help local kids play sports

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(Click here to enlarge) Join me for a pancake breakfast in support of the Children’s Aid Foundation of Ottawa. The funds raised will help children from low-income families purchase sports equipment so they can continue to play the sports they love. This breakfast is free and there will be plenty of activities for kids – simply bring your donation for the Children’s …

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July 8, 2016

Fighting NCC Overreach is the Right Thing To Do

Watch and share my video here:       Re: Tories go nuts over the lemonade girls’ stand for freedom and liberty, July 6   Mr. Reevely takes issue with my opposition to the National Capital Commission’s decision to shut down the lemonade stand of two Ottawa girls, aged 5 and 7.   Unfortunately, he mischaracterizes my position and misses …

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July 4, 2016

Manotick woman recognized the lack of accessible books – so she helped forge a global deal giving Canada’s blind a quarter-million extra digital books

(Click images to enlarge) OTTAWA, ON – Unlocking 285,000 accessible books for Canadians with visual disabilities is one step closer to reality thanks to the concerted efforts of a visually-impaired woman from Manotick.   Diane Bergeron, a resident of Manotick and an Executive Director with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB), has long been a champion of blind …

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