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These stories about the people making positive impacts in our community are made possible through the continued support of Carleton Refrigeration, Heating & Air Conditioning as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Learning to deal with grief and loss over the holiday season

Learning to deal with grief and loss over the holiday season

For those who recently lost a family member or a cherished friend, Dec. 25 and the whole holiday season can be tough to handle
Salvation Army's annual Christmas Kettle campaign officially underway

Salvation Army's annual Christmas Kettle campaign officially underway

Red Christmas Kettles will be located in shopping centres and stores around the city through December 24 for the Salvation Army's largest public fundraising drive of the year.
Local tourism group donates medical supplies to Ukraine

Local tourism group donates medical supplies to Ukraine

Unable to transport much needed medical supplies using a network known as Not Just Tourists, two Renfrew women worked with a former soldier to get the items to Ukraine.
'We have a collective obligation': Ontario doctor starts petition for mask mandates to remain in schools

'We have a collective obligation': Ontario doctor starts petition for mask mandates to remain in schools

Dr. Andrea Chittle says she was surprised by the outpouring of support from the community, noting she thought the 10,000 signature mark on the open letter would take upwards of a week.
Snug as a bug in a rug: local mom's sensory, compression wear line for kids a hit with parents

Snug as a bug in a rug: local mom's sensory, compression wear line for kids a hit with parents

The Kanata mom was inspired by her two-year-old daughter who was born premature and with muscle and sensory challenges.
'Art is the best medicine': Recovering addicts in Renfrew find solace through Art of Recovery program

'Art is the best medicine': Recovering addicts in Renfrew find solace through Art of Recovery program

Unable to attend regular AA or NA meetings during the COVID pandemic, a group of recovering addicts have found a safe place to meet in Renfrew where they talk and paint in a program known as the "Art of Recovery."
Bank Street BIA helping area businesses recoup financial losses resulting from convoy protest

Bank Street BIA helping area businesses recoup financial losses resulting from convoy protest

Losses aren't only being felt on Bank Street, but in other areas like the ByWard Market, Vanier and more.
Shauna's Outreach helping street involved people through convoy protest, COVID-19

Shauna's Outreach helping street involved people through convoy protest, COVID-19

During the week, you can find Shauna Thibodeau lending a hand to folks who call Ottawa's streets home.
Almonte Hospital's annual June golf tournament returning to in-person fundraising

Almonte Hospital's annual June golf tournament returning to in-person fundraising

No more hybrid events for the Almonte Hospital -- organizers are going back to the way things used to be before the pandemic and having the event be in the flesh.
'Freedom Convoy' protests force temporary closure of downtown Ottawa youth centre

'Freedom Convoy' protests force temporary closure of downtown Ottawa youth centre

The Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa had to close its downtown drop-in centre for four days despite typically being open 365 days a year.
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