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Kia Canada to Provide National Transportation Support for Special Olympics Canada Until the Final Bell Rings shares the Fight For The Cure journey of the white-collar charity Get toasty warm in Ottawa with UNIQLO Chelsea Handler joins Civilized in conversation about cannabis How you can help with Ottawa-Gatineau tornado relief efforts The World Remembers: A Canadian-led expression of remembrance and reconciliation

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Kia Canada to Provide National Transportation Support for Special Olympics Canada

Kia Canada to Provide National Transportation Support for Special Olympics Canada

With its new Kia Canada Special Olympics Mobility Program, the automaker aims to further support athletes, staff, volunteers and coaches coast-to-coast.
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Until the Final Bell Rings shares the Fight For The Cure journey of the white-collar charity

Until the Final Bell Rings shares the Fight For The Cure journey of the white-collar charity

Daphne Ballard and Lisa Langevin—mothers, best friends, teammates and now boxing competitors—will face off at the sold-out event on Saturday October 13 at Casino du Lac-Leamy. 
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Get toasty warm in Ottawa with UNIQLO

Get toasty warm in Ottawa with UNIQLO

UNIQLO is giving out free clothing in OTTAWA's ByWard Market and across downtown on Tuesday
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Chelsea Handler joins Civilized in conversation about cannabis

Chelsea Handler joins Civilized in conversation about cannabis

On October 5th, Chelsea will be in Ottawa to discuss all things cannabis as part of her cross-Canada tour with Civilized, a multi-platform brand that aims to modernize cannabis culture.
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How you can help with Ottawa-Gatineau tornado relief efforts

How you can help with Ottawa-Gatineau tornado relief efforts

Following the devastating tornado on Friday September 21, many communities have been affected by the disaster. Here are just a few ways you can help.
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The World Remembers: A Canadian-led expression of remembrance and reconciliation

The World Remembers: A Canadian-led expression of remembrance and reconciliation

The World Remembers recognizes by name each of the 1,003,167 soldiers, nurses and other military personnel from Canada and 15 other participating nations who were killed in 1918.
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