Nineteen-year-old Ross Spears joined the U.S. Army to drive trucks and get a college degree. He says it wasn’t long before he realized he’d been “duped.”
Ottawa’s faltering paramedic service too often has troubles responding to calls for help, says the grandson of woman who died waiting for an ambulance.
Last year’s closure of the Loeb grocery store on Booth Street left a large number of residents in the Dalhousie neighbourhood without food security, an area that was already considered sparsely served.
St. Giles Presbyterian Church, Bank Street at First Avenue, is holding a harvest home supper from 4:30 until 7 p.m. Enjoy an old-fashioned country church supper (turkey with all the trimmings) in the heart of the city. Tickets are $15 for adults and $6 for children and students. Ticket available at the door.