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Carleton University’s roots in the Glebe

Landmark birthdays are the best time for reflection and, in its 75th year, Carleton University is looking back fondly on its formative years in the Glebe.

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Great Glebe Garage Sale – a sure sign of spring

It’s time to mark your calendar and start cleaning out your closets. Patio season is just around the corner and that means the Great Glebe Garage Sale (GGGS) is too.

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Mutchmor Book Sale – getting the word out

This year’s Mutchmor Public School Book Sale will take place at the school from Thursday, April 27 to Sunday, April 30. Here’s how we got the word out.

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Take home naloxone kits: 
you have the power to save a life

The tragic death of 14-year-old Kanata teen Chloe Kotval from opioid overdose at the end of February has raised awareness in the Ottawa area of the danger and alarming frequency of opioid drug overdoses. As you may have heard in the news, naloxone kits are now being provided free of charge in Ontario pharmacies. All you need to get one is a valid Ontario health card. No prescription is needed.

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Glad Cleaning the Capital 2017 and Glebe Parks Committee update

In Canada’s 150th year, the 24th annual campaign to clean the capital is taking place in the Glebe and Glebe Annex between April 22 and May 13. Read on for details on the cleanup of Glebe parks, and for a Glebe Parks Committee update.

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Protecting our planet, one book at a time

Most 11-year-olds don’t have much to include on a resumé. Not so for Jona David. At 11, Jona is a United Nations (UN) Child Ambassador for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an advocate for children’s rights and an avid eco-scientist.

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Celebrating global ties with the Netherlands for Canada 150

“That day out of the darkness of war, a little child was certainly leading us,” wrote Reverend Ian Burnett on the baptism of Princess Margriet of the Netherlands on June 29, 1943.

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