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Fourth-inning outburst carries Ottawa Champions to win over Cuban team

Fourth-inning outburst carries Ottawa Champions to win over Cuban team

Jean-Marc Leger June 18, 2017 0

A six-run rally in the fourth inning carried the Ottawa Champions to a 9-3 victory against the Cuban National Team in a Can-Am League baseball game at RCGT Park on Saturday night. Tyson Gillies

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Chris Neil and the Senators head their separate ways

Chris Neil and the Senators head their separate ways

Jean-Marc Leger June 18, 2017 0

Chris Neil has suited up for his final game with the Ottawa Senators. It’s the end of an era, indeed. In a move that isn’t a surprise after he played only a limited role

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Making race weekend more ‘special’ key to sustain numbers, director John Halvorsen says

Making race weekend more ‘special’ key to sustain numbers, director John Halvorsen says

Jean-Marc Leger May 30, 2017 0

First the good news: Total runners/participants in Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend numbered 43,148, according to an official figure released Sunday. Now the not so good news: That was down about 3,000 from last year

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Senators fans: Loud, proud… and so Canadian

Senators fans: Loud, proud… and so Canadian

Jean-Marc Leger May 18, 2017 0

Oft-overlooked club and its polite supporters just keep on winning OTTAWA — As the NHL’s Eastern Conference final shifts to Canada’s capital city on Wednesday night, hockey fans in Ottawa are preparing to welcome home

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Senators’ Boucher showing ‘rest is a weapon’

Senators’ Boucher showing ‘rest is a weapon’

Jean-Marc Leger May 18, 2017 0

OTTAWA — This time around in the Eastern Conference final, and this being Ottawa, Guy Boucher has given his players plenty of time to stop and smell the tulips. A full Senators practice has

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Ottawa Champions ready to begin quest to defend title

Ottawa Champions ready to begin quest to defend title

Jean-Marc Leger May 18, 2017 0

Leaning on the batting cage as he prepared for his 13th opening day as a professional baseball player, Sebastien Boucher got to discussing championship rings with his manager Hal Lanier. Or rather how many

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Burpees on the Hill: Fitness buffs offer free early morning workouts

Burpees on the Hill: Fitness buffs offer free early morning workouts

Jean-Marc Leger April 6, 2017 0

Work It YOW meets every Wednesday morning at 6:29 a.m. to train on Parliament Hill A group of Ottawa fitness enthusiasts is holding free Wednesday morning workouts on on Parliament Hill in an effort

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Canada’s Homan wins gold at world women’s curling championships

Canada’s Homan wins gold at world women’s curling championships

Jean-Marc Leger March 26, 2017 0

Ottawa-based rink unbeaten in all 13 matches for 1st world title Canada’s Rachel Homan won gold at the world women’s curling championship thanks to an 8-3 victory in the final over Russia on Sunday in

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Ottawa Grey Cup game tickets selling well already

Ottawa Grey Cup game tickets selling well already

Jean-Marc Leger March 16, 2017 0

If you’re waiting for tickets for this year’s Grey Cup in Ottawa to go on sale to the general public, you may be out of luck. If you don’t plan on buying an Ottawa

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Sports Hall of Fame seeking top 50 Ottawa sports moments

Sports Hall of Fame seeking top 50 Ottawa sports moments

Jean-Marc Leger March 8, 2017 0

The Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame needs your help. As part of the Canada 150 celebrations, the hall is compiling a list of the top 50 moments in Ottawa sports history. So, what’s your top call? Tom

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