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Construction unearths old human remains at Manotick Estates home

Ottawa Police investigators were digging in front of a home on Cabrelle Place in Manotick Estates Phase 6 after what was believed to be a human jaw bone and vertebrae were unearthed by construction workers last week. Police say it’s too early to speculate or make connections to the 1994 disappearance of South Carleton High School student Shaffiq Visram.
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Manotick considered a great fit for provincial cycling tourism program
Louisa Mursell. Executive Director of Toronto-based Tourism Options, spoke to local business and community leaders about the Ontario By Bike tourism program last Thursday at the Miller’s Oven.
Jeff Morris photo
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Manotick Musicale!
The Village Singers entertained the sell-out crowd at the Manotick Musicale at the Manotick United Church Sat., May 7. The show, which featured the Village Singers, the Manotick Brass Ensemble, the Canterbury Trio and the Village Singers Kids, was a fundraiser for Rural Ottawa South Support Services (ROSSS).
Krysia Kurylowicz photo
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Community comes together to green up a “true urban treasure”
The Jock River tree planting day proved to be a melting pot as different community groups turned out to work together.
Daniel Rogall photos
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In the News

Love of music provides balance for OTHS student-athlete

Alexander Brisson loves the outdoors and music. He is planning to study Environmental Technology in the fall.
Phill Potter photo
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Record-setting day for South Carleton’s Shyvonne Roxborough
Shyvonne Roxborough bursts out of the blocks on her way to winning the senior girls 200m in a city-record 12.19 seconds.
Jeff Morris photo
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