English as a Second Language students at Cambridge elementary school are among those who could be affected by cuts to the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board's special education programs recommended in the 2000-2001.
Month: February 2000
Fans, business rally to keep Sens in city
The Sens are staying, and Ottawa Senators majority owner Rod Bryden has assured fans that never again will a vice-grip be put on fans to keep the team here.
Friendship gives edge to Immaculata as playoffs begin
By Vanessa Lee
They practice four hours a week, play games twice a week and travel to tournaments on the weekends.
Add it all up, and it may come close to the amount of time members of the Immaculata Saints senior girls’ volleyball team spend together off the court. What makes this team special, the players insist, is that the bonds that translate onto on-court success are evident off the court as well.
Speedskaters struggle for ice
By C. Gary Greenham
Speed skating’s popularity is growing in Ottawa, but the availability and quality of skating facilities haven’t kept pace.
While Ottawa does have speed skating facilities, people involved in the sport say ice surfaces that are up to standard are often tied up with other sports while the quality of others is questionnable.