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- Ottawa (once named Bytown) is a small town that is nestled between two rivers in Canada.
- Ottawa, the Canadiens and Philadelphia come into this evening's clash locked in a three-way tie for the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference.
- Ottawa is the capital and Toronto the largest city.
- Ottawa was a charter member of the National Hockey League when it was formed in 1917.
- Ottawa is a single-tier municipality, meaning it is in itself a census division and has no county or regional municipality government above it.
- In 1975, he moved to Ottawa to became special assistant to the Prime Minister of Canada, Pierre Trudeau.
- Joe in Ottawa with Liberal MP Marc Garneau on the day the House of Commons was supposed to resume but was shut down by the Prime Minister.
- The Devils finished first in the Eastern Conference, but lost in the 1st round of the playoffs to the Ottawa Senators.
- After 4-1 series wins over Boston and Tampa Bay the Devils then eliminated the Ottawa Senators in a seven-game Conference Final.
- September 9 - Ottawa Centre MP Mac Harb is called to the Senate of Canada, leaving the seat vacant until the 2004 election.
- September 9 - Ottawa Centre MP Mac Harb was called to the Senate of Canada leaving the seat vacant until the 2004 election.
- During the same period Rae was in Ottawa, the Ontario New Democratic Party was suffering from internal disunity under the leadership of Michael Cassidy.
- Ken Babstock is a Canadian poet who was born in Newfoundland and raised in the Ottawa Valley.
- They finished with the fifth-best record in the league, behind Detroit, Ottawa, Dallas and Carolina.
- At the University of Ottawa during the winter semester, André Small was approached by a local Fraternity to join the group.
- Parizeau announced his resignation and was replaced in 1996 by Lucien Bouchard, who had led the Bloc Québécois in Ottawa.
- Cyclone Taylor - Best known with Ottawa and Vancouver, the Cyclone was hockey's first national superstar, he excelled at all positions except goal.
- The winger opened the scoring for the Canadiens in a 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators and his goal was the 20,000th in the franchise’s history.
- The opening for signature of the Ottawa Treaty is a vital step forward for the international community toward the goal of zero victim of landmines.
- The Ottawa jazz festival this year runs from June 24 to July 4.
- John Newlove (June 13, 1938 - December 23, 2003) was a Canadian poet who lived in Ottawa, Ontario for several years before his death.
- June 8 – The Canadian Parliament meets for the first time in Ottawa.
- Robert Fulford Robert Fulford, born February 13, 1932 in Ottawa, Ontario, is a noted Canadian journalist and essayist who lives in Toronto, Ontario.
- Teams from Ottawa and Toronto once met in a series for the Stanley Cup in February, 1904, with the Ottawa Silver Seven defeating the Toronto Marlboros.
- On February 13, 2006, Alex Munter announced his candidacy for mayor of Ottawa in the November 2006 municipal election.
- On March 5, 2004, the Flyers set an NHL record in a game against Ottawa where they set a combined record of 419 penalty minutes in a single game.
- In March, the 1903 CAHL season ended with the Montreal Victorias and the Ottawa Hockey Club tied for first place with identical 6–2 records.
- Atkinson lost to Will Murray for the NDP nomination in Ottawa Centre for the Ontario general election, 2007 on March 1, 2007.
- He ran for the Conservative Party of Canada 's nomination race in Ottawa South in the 2004 election but lost.
- The southern and western parts of the old city of Ottawa are generally moderate or slightly left of centre but periodically swing to the Conservative Party.
- After moving into television in 1954 with CBC, he spent four years in Winnipeg and two years in Ottawa.
- The teams had never met before in the playoffs, but in four regular-season meetings, Ottawa had dominated, winning all four games in regulation.
- The second game was played in Ottawa, with the Ottawas dominating the Victorias, 8–0. The Ottawas thus won the Cup by winning the CAHL.
- Bennett was first elected to the Ontario legislature in the 1971 provincial election, winning a convincing victory in Ottawa South.
- Aging Senators and Gonchar a good fit The Ottawa Senators have made the playoffs in 12 of the last 13 seasons and that's an impressive statistic.
- AHAC 1893-1898. Ottawa HC played in the league prior to 1893, however regular seasons were not played until 1893.
- The City of Ottawa (Ottawa) Ottawa is best known identity is that of the Capital of Canada.
- With federation, Canada West became the province of Ontario, and its capital was located at Toronto, while Ottawa became the federal capital.
- It remained a city until 2001, when the province created a new (amalgamated) City of Ottawa that included the City of Kanata (pop.
- It is located in the Ottawa Valley in the eastern part of the province of Ontario, at the northern edge of the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor.
- The City of Ottawa has a main urban area but, there are many other urban, suburb an and rural areas within the city's limits.
- Reform's successor, the Canadian Alliance, finally made breakthroughs here in 2000, winning two seats in the upper Ottawa Valley.
- Reform did not win any seats but Deborah Grey soon became the party's first MP in a by-election and Harper became her legislative assistant in Ottawa.
- Before you take your seats in Ottawa Civic Centre you’ll want to spend a minute just looking at the unique design of this centerpiece of Ottawa culture.
- He has proudly served the people of Toronto Centre in Ottawa as their Member of Parliament since March 2008.
- The Sabres tied the Ottawa Senators and Carolina Hurricanes for the most wins in the Eastern Conference.
- In the first round of the 2007 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Penguins were defeated 4-1, by Stanley Cup runners-up, the Ottawa Senators.
- The modern-day Senators played their first game in the Ottawa Civic Centre, a small arena by professional standards, seating approximately 10,500.
- Ottawa won the first game 4 to 3, and Toronto won the second game 3 to 1.
- Montreal was eighth, however, because the Flyers had more wins and Ottawa had a game in hand.
- Ottawa could not score a third goal and tie the game, and the Sabres fought back into the series with a 3–2 win.
- Ottawa pounced on the inexperienced Penguins early in game 1, scoring two quick first period goals on the way to a dominant 6-3 victory.
- In the 1903 championship finals between Ottawa and Montreal, game 5: some close checking by the forwards, and a little rough work.
- Scott's defence and leadership helped Anaheim win their first Stanley Cup, defeating the Ottawa Senators 4-1 in the finals.
- He was traded to the Montreal Canadiens in a three-team deal that sent Mathieu Garon to L.A. and Radek Bonk from Ottawa to Montreal.
- The Torontos, Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Wanderers, and Ottawa Senators were the original four teams of the league.
- The Ottawa Senators were even accused of deliberately losing late in the season in order to draft him.
- Marc Lavoie, an economist at the University of Ottawa, studied years of draft picks and subsequent NHL performance.
- He has a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a science degree from McMaster University in Hamilton.
- The NDP kept all of the 18 seats it held at the dissolution of Parliament (Paul Dewar retained the riding of Ottawa Centre vacated by Broadbent).
- My prediction here on my own blog: Liberals hold Ottawa Centre in provincial election, unless NDP somehow produces a superstar candidate.
- Never in the 60 years since then have the Liberals governed at the same time in the three largest provinces and in Ottawa.
- If it is the latter, the Liberals could jump on this by framing it as part of a Hudak "secret agenda", and use it to campaign in Ottawa West-Nepean.
- Baird was born in Ottawa, Ontario, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Studies from Queen's University in Kingston in 1992.
- She graduated from Saint Joseph's School of Nursing in Kingston, Ontario, in 1949 and was a nurse in the Ottawa region until 1952.
- Most of the underlying rock in and around the city of Ottawa is limestone bedrock, also found in abundance farther south around Kingston.
- She has published 20 books: she is a poet, novelist, children's writer, essayist, columnist, and reviewer for the Vancouver Sun and Ottawa Citizen.
- Elisabeth Harvor is a Canadian novelist and poet who lives in Ottawa, Ontario.
- Henry Beissel (1929 -) is a Canadian poet and playwright who lives in Alexandria, Ontario, just outside of Ottawa.
- Alan Cumyn (born 1960) is a Canadian novelist who lives in Ottawa, Ontario.
- At this point Russell Road continues east through the communities of Carlsbad Springs, Ontario, Bearbrook, Ontario before leaving the city of Ottawa.
- Close to the Ottawa River are the communities of Bayshore and Crystal Beach, nestled around beautiful riverside Andrew Haydon Park.
- Metcalfe is a community in the Osgoode Ward of the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
- Osgoode is a community within the city of Ottawa, Canada located just south of the city proper, near the Rideau River.
- The first European settlement in the Ottawa region was that of Philemon Wright who started a community on the Quebec side of the river in 1800.
- Maher Arar is a telecommunications engineer living in Ottawa, Ontario with his young family.
- New light rail systems are operated in Edmonton, Alberta and Calgary, Alberta, and Ottawa.
- For the 2006 playoffs, each Canadian team (Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa) were assigned their own play-by-play callers and colour commentators.
- Canadian North operates through the gateway cities of Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa to communities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
- Anyone who is missing one or more teeth due to injury, disease or tooth decay may be a candidate for Ottawa dental implants.
- A smaller number have settled in other cities such as London, Kitchener, Hamilton, Windsor, Barrie, and Ottawa.
- The Potawatomi were part of a long term alliance with the Ojibwe and Ottawa, called the Council of Three Fires.
- After the allied Kickapoo, Ojibwa, Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Sac and Fox tribes massacred (c.1769) the Illinois, they partitioned the Illinois territory.
- Rich Little (born Richard Caruthers Little on November 26, 1938 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a comedian best known for his celebrity impersonations.
- He is now a candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada in the 2006 federal election, seeking election in the riding of Ottawa West—Nepean.
- Ottawa Mayor Bob Chiarelli is a former Liberal member of the Ontario legislature and a close friend of the premier, whose riding is in Ottawa.
- Since 2004, his brother David has represented the riding of Ottawa South in the Canadian House of Commons.
- The NDP does not have a strong presence in Nepean—Carleton, a suburban riding west of Ottawa.
- The riding was created in 1966 from Carleton, Ottawa West and Ottawa East ridings.
- He was a candidate for the party in the Ottawa area riding of Carleton in a 1948 by-election losing to the new Progressive Conservative leader George Drew.
- After the season a series was arranged between Renfrew and Montreal Wanderers and Ottawa to play in New York.
- Renfrew - CBOF-8 98.7 FM - This was a former FM repeater in Renfrew, Ontario that was deleted when CBOF-FM signed on in Ottawa in the early 1990s.
- Renfrew and Montreal played first, with the winner to play-off against Ottawa.
- Jeff Zywicki (born April 8, 1981) is a professional lacrosse player from Ottawa, Ontario.
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