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B.C.’s premier is calling on the federal government to expedite skilled immigrant applications to help boost the province’s tech sector. Christy Clark says those who earn a PhD in Canada should also receive automatic citizenship. (March 14) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.
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The Ottawa Police need your help to solve a murder. Help us identify the two people seen on video near where Nicholas Kim was killed and a female in her 20s was wounded on May 24, 2016. The shooting occurred on Farriers Lane in the city's south end at 930 pm. Police believe the two subjects ran towards a parked vehicle and fled the area after the shooting. If you have information on the identity of these two subjects are requested to call the Major Crime Section at 613-236-1222 ext. 5493 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Released January 2017 ***************************************** La Police d'Ottawa a besoin de votre aide pour résoudre un meurtre. Aidez-nous à identifier les deux personnes que l'on aperçoit sur vidéo près de l'endroit où, le 24 mai 2016, Nicholas Kim fu...
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Thomas Brown has been flirting with Eliza Smith, a young lady who operates the refreshment stand at the zoo. He tries to impress her by eating her entire inventory, and then promptly collapses. Carboy, the apothecary, tries to help him, but is shooed away by the onlookers, who are convinced that they can do a better job. From the 2009 performance of "The Zoo" by Arthur Sullivan and Bolton Rowe, performed by the Ottawa Savoy Society. http://ottawasavoysociety.org/ Video: Dale Kalbfleisch
Ottawa Man Builds Shipping-Container Home To Help People 'Get Out Of Pocket Of Big Banks' www.huffingtonpost.ca/2015/06/15/shipping-container-house-ottawa-joseph-dupuis_n_7588598.html ~ If the prospect of buying a house for $450,000 — the new average price for a home in Canada — doesn’t appeal to you, an Ottawa area man has a deal for you: A house he built from three shipping containers, on sale for $58,000. Joseph Dupuis of Carp, near Ottawa, is selling his creation on Kijiji. The home is a 355-square-foot bachelor pad that has been fully winterized and includes a kitchen and a solar-powered floor-radiant heating system, but no bathroom. That’s because the “cabin is designed to be dismantled, moved and erected in a new location with limited resources and time,” Dupuis’ ad reads. "I wan...
Support us on Fundrazr! https://fundrazr.com/gissimprov There's quite a distance between Salt Spring Island, BC and Ottawa, Ont. It is no small accomplishment to take these six student improvisors from our little island to our nation's capital and our National Arts Centre. We will be very busy over the next six weeks raising the FUNds to get us to that stage. It's a phenomenal opportunity for these kids as they will get improv workshops with some of the best trainers on the continent during the day and watch and perform with the best teams from here to Newfoundland in the evening - not to mention touring our national galleries, museums and parliament hill as well. WoW! We have to raise a lot of money very quickly to make this come true. Thumbnail by John Cameron.
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As floods hit Montreal and other parts of Quebec, the prime minister is praising first responders and affected residents. Justin Trudeau said Thursday that Ottawa is “engaging” with the province and is willing to help. (May 4) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.