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Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Human trafficking �serious concern�
By Kilian Schlemmer

Human trafficking is a serious concern in Ottawa, according to new research by a local advocacy group.


Brendan Danielson, Centretown News
Adult High School principal lauded as one of Canada�s best
By Mergime Berisha
Rene Bibaud, principal of the Adult High School on Rochester Street, has been named one of Canada’s “40 Outstanding Principals” for 2014 by a national advocacy group.


Brendan Danielson, Centretown News
TEDx conference shines spotlight on downtown
By Meagan Curran
TEDxElginSt aims to bring together Ottawa’s creative community through inspiration, networking and a lot of talking with a conference at the Canadian Museum of Nature next month.


Eric Murphy, Centretown News
Inn takes first step toward heritage status
By Clayton Johns
The City of Ottawa’s heritage committee has taken steps to secure the long-term future of a unique 19th century building on Albert Street.


Shamit Tushakiran, Centretown News
City should �stick� to bylaws it created
By Hanna Lange-Chenier
Disagreement over planning in the city’s core continues to hinder the implementation of the Centretown Community Design Plan, creating frustration for residents, businesses and developers.


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