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Wednesday, February 26, 2020
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Centretown-based curling team wins nationals
By Jon Willemsen

For the second straight year, a Centretown-based curling team has been crowned the Canadian women’s national champions.
Spike in vehicle thefts leads to arrests
By Jordan Todd

Ottawa Police have charged two local men with damage to property and theft, after a recent spike of thefts from vehicles in the downtown area that prompted a special public alert from investigators.

German embassy showcases graffiti
By Daniel Kolanko

The German embassy opened its yard to the public on Feb. 15 to showcase work from some of Canada’s and Germany’s top graffiti artists as they painted a huge mural in commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago.
St. Patrick's Day parade to be held with recycling event
By Mandy Kovacs

It looks as if St. Patrick’s Day in Ottawa will feature a different kind of green this year.

Interactive dance map comes to Centretown
By Jessica Salmon

An interactive dance map is part of an ongoing study that aims to get a clearer picture of dance in Canada.

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