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enfrMAY 14-24 MAI, 2021
enfrMAY 14-24 MAI, 2021

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Ottawa’s tourism sector is heading into 2021 feeling optimistic that a lineup of exciting new attractions, outdoor adventure activities and anniversary celebrations will encourage visitors to return to the capital. With many events canceled or postponed last year due to the pandemic, there is pent-up demand among residents and travellers alike to safely come together...
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OTTAWA — The Canadian Tulip Festival auctioned off many of the giant plaster tulips that pop up across Ottawa during the May bloom. The lucky winners are not only adopting a piece of history, they are preserving a 15-year tradition from crumbling away. There were 60 giant plaster tulips up for grabs in an online...
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Most GTA condominium grounds lack planted interest, texture and colour in the month of April and into early May. Most perennials don’t begin to show any interest until late May, with shrubs only sporadically prior to that. Boards often become frustrated with this lack of early spring impact and, as a result, engage in a...
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This year, Remembrance Day will be different from any other. We will be physically distanced, wearing masks and many of us may not go to the cenotaph or local war memorial, but watch the proceedings in Ottawa on TV instead. We would like to suggest that we can overcome the shortcomings of Remembrance Day during...
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OTTAWA, ON, Oct. 8, 2020 /CNW/ – In a world where attractions are disappearing and prices are rising, one of Canada’ssignature international events is working hard to continue to provide a world-class Festival that is free to the public. With announcements from Ontario Premier Doug Ford this past Friday, limiting indoor events to 50 people...
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Fifty years after being part of the Canadian military forces that helped liberate the Netherlands, Leo Beaulac travelled back to the European country and had a first-hand experience of the deep gratitude felt by its people. This spring, 25 years after her father’s pilgrimage, Beaulac’s daughter had planned to walk in his footsteps on a...
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His Excellency Mr. Henk van der Zwan, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands bids Canada adieu and will be succeeded by Ms. Ines Coppoolse, who has been the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Sweden. After four winters in Canada, Henk van der Zwan will become the Head of Mission at the...
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One of Ottawa’s best-known husband-and-wife entrepreneurial teams is stepping down from key leadership roles at one of the capital’s most popular festivals. BeaverTails founders Grant and Pam Hooker said Tuesday they are resigning from the Canadian Tulip Festival’s board of directors, where they have served for the past two and a half years ​– Grant...
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After years of involvement with the Canadian Tulip Festival spanning the past three decades, Grant Hooker, along with his wife Pam, have resigned their most recent posts as Chairman-President and Secretary, respectively, and have been named “Directors Emeritus” by a new Board of Directors. By: Canadian Tulip Festival Photo: Canadian Tulip Festival Source: CISION Read...
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Garden Days celebrates the joys of gardens and gardening, and its many benefits to our physical and mental well-being. Whether your hands are in the dirt of your backyard garden, or you prefer to take a stroll through a public garden, from June 13 to 21 it’s garden time. This year’s Garden Days will be...
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