Ottawasun

  • Senators fall to Leafs again, this time on home ice
    OK, let’s begin with the positives. In the first home ice glimpse of the post-Erik Karlsson Ottawa Senators, the checkmarks start where they have to start if they have any hope of being competitive when the games matter in October. Goaltender Craig Anderson was solid in the 4-1 pre-season defeat… ... more
    Ottawasun2 hours ago
  • Senators need Anderson now more than ever
    If you can believe it, the Senators season almost took yet another turn for the worse in the dressing room on Wednesday morning. As a bare-footed Craig Anderson answered questions from a couple of us, I accidentally stepped on his toe. If that thing swells up and he misses any time at… ... more
    Ottawasun3 hours ago
  • Senators’ Stone dismisses speculation about his future
    Get used to it, folks. Until they get signed or traded, Mark Stone and Matt Duchene will be the subjects of rumours, innuendo and speculation this season. Early this week, it was Stone’s turn. Long-time TVA sports reporter Louis Jean stated on a talk show that the Senators winger is… ... more
    Ottawasun3 hours ago
  • Familiar digits in unfamiliar colours for a couple of Sharks...
    This season Chris Tierney will be the second Senator to wear No. 71. He chose that number rather than becoming the first to wear No. 50, as he did with the Sharks. “I wore it in junior and minor hockey,” Tierney said of 71, which belonged to Nick Foligno from… ... more
    Ottawasun4 hours ago
  • It starts with the QBs and Edmonton’s Mike Reilly might gi...
    The Ottawa Redblacks who have been an offensive conundrum in 2018 will need to be at their best Saturday afternoon to beat the Edmonton Eskimos, whose offence rarely slides off the rails. It starts with the quarterbacks. When Ottawa’s Trevor Harris has been good this season, he’s been really good.… ... more
    Ottawasun7 hours ago
  • MCLEOD: We need to start building communities that are safe ...
    It can be easy to over-romanticize our childhood, but there really are some simple pleasures from growing up that we should cherish. For me, things like playing Frogger and walking to school with friends would be just such pleasures, and I think it would be lovely if today’s kids got… ... more
    Ottawasun7 hours ago
  • With second chance, Jacob Scarfone hoping to catch on with R...
    A finance major while at the University of Guelph, Jacob Scarfone had started studying for a Canadian securities course. It had been more than two months since the receiver had been released by the Ottawa Redblacks. Maybe it was time to move on – he was “a day or two”… ... more
    Ottawasun9 hours ago
  • You Said It: Don’t toke and drive … for 24 hours
    DON’T TOKE AND DRIVE … FOR 24 HOURS The Canadian Armed Forces Cannabis Policy sets out periods of prohibition of eight hours for any kind of duty and a minimum of 24 hours for a long list of operational duties, including the operation of a motor vehicle. This sets an… ... more
    Ottawasun18 hours ago
  • Sens start off pre-season with loss to Leafs
    LUCAN, Ont. — The rebuild got off to a rough start for the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night in a pre-season edition of the Battle of Ontario. Making a stop in this small community just outside London for the Kraft Hockeyville celebrations, the Senators opened up a back-to-back series against… ... more
    Ottawasun1 day ago
  • Lucky in Lucan: Senators and Leafs excited about Hockeyville...
    LUCAN, Ont. — As the Ottawa Senators made their way into this small town located just north of London on Tuesday morning, a sign on Main Street told the story. “Welcome to Kraft Hockeyville 2018.” Of course, the Senators and the Toronto Maple Leafs were greeted with open arms as… ... more
    Ottawasun1 day ago
  • Redblacks coverage units ‘best group in the league,’ coa...
    Two huge plays on Saturday night in Regina aside, Ottawa Redblacks special teams co-ordinator Bob Dyce says he’ll take his guys over any of the other coverage units in the Canadian Football League. Thirteen seconds into Saturday’s game, the Redblacks did something they rarely do: giving up a special-teams touchdown… ... more
    Ottawasun1 day ago
  • Alex Formenton will get good chance to show Senators he belo...
    LUCAN, Ont. — Alex Formenton started his battle for a job on the Ottawa Senators’ roster in familiar territory Tuesday night. If he doesn’t make the club coming out of training camp, Formenton will be sent back to the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, but, if you listen… ... more
    Ottawasun1 day ago
  • It’s sunny days for Ottawa’s Sunley-Paisley
    Hannah Sunley-Paisley’s nervous entry into the world of women’s professional basketball in Europe was a disaster. The experience was so bad or “so uniquely poor” as she called it that she retreated to Canada for the next three years. During that time, she realized she still wanted to be a… ... more
    Ottawasun1 day ago
  • Stone wants to show the way for Tkachuk and fellow Senators ...
    When Brady Tkachuk plays his first pre-season game for the Ottawa Senators Wednesday at Canadian Tire Centre, Mark Stone will be on his line. That’s no mere coincidence. Ever since training camp opened last week, the Senators have set up the 26-year-old Stone as a mentor of sorts for the… ... more
    Ottawasun1 day ago
  • Redblacks say goodbye to Hartley, add Scarfone, Morris
    The Ottawa Redblacks tried to put receiver Austen Hartley on the practice roster last week; when he refused, they released him. “It’s disappointing,” said Redblacks GM Marcel Desjardins. “But it’s his choice. He could very easily have been back up (on the game-day roster) this week, but I guess he… ... more
    Ottawasun1 day ago
  • You Said It: The revenge of Mad Max Bernier
    THE REVENGE OF MAD MAX As Albertans learned, voting out of spite may backfire, and now Mad Max Bernier is giving Canadians that same opportunity. Obviously, last Friday was a Sunny one for Justin Trudeau, whose road to victory next year has been made easier, with a likely split in… ... more
    Ottawasun2 days ago
  • An open letter to Eugene Melnyk: The time has come to step a...
    Dear Eugene Melnyk, Let me start off by saying that I never wanted to have to write this letter. But I’ve been a sports fan long enough to know how messages get distorted on the way from a fan to a front-office executive or the other way around, so I… ... more
    Ottawasun2 days ago
  • Norman Adams took the Whitby Eagles under his wing
    By day, Norman Adams is a busy tax accountant on the main street of the village of Kars, one of the rural sectors of Ottawa. As for the rest of his time, and maybe too much of that time, he’s one passionate soul, when it comes to women’s softball. He… ... more
    Ottawasun2 days ago
  • Senators will start to take shape as pre-season begins
    LONDON — The Ottawa Senators training camp is about shift into high gear as they open the pre-season Tuesday night in Lucan, Ont. No, the Senators won’t be able to replace Erik Karlsson after he was dealt to the San Jose Sharks Thursday, but they have to go on without… ... more
    Ottawasun2 days ago
  • Guy Boucher ready for the challenge ahead
    LONDON — Guy Boucher is all in. As training camp shifts into high gear with the opening of pre-season Tuesday against the Toronto Maple Leafs in nearby Lucan, Ont., the Ottawa Senators’ coach is excited by what he’s seen from the group of 56 players in camp and now he’s… ... more
    Ottawasun2 days ago
  • Senators name Peter MacTavish as assistant general manager
    The Ottawa Senators have named Peter MacTavish as their new assistant general manager. The 44-year-old MacTavish, a labour and employment lawyer at Ottawa-based Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, has a background in hockey. He has been working as a recruiter and agent for CAA Hockey—a large agency that is led by… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • Senators didn’t feel Erik Karlsson was going to sign in Ot...
    The Ottawa Senators dealt captain Erik Karlsson because contract talks were going nowhere and they didn’t get a sense he wanted to be part of the rebuild. While making a radio tour that included stops at TSN 1200 and CBC Radio Monday morning, general manager Pierre Dorion indicated the Senators… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • GIBBONS: Sens owner Eugene Melnyk should move to Ottawa
    Some free advice for Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk: If you’re not going to sell the team, then get off the beach. Move to Ottawa. Yes, move here, full-time. Stop being an absentee owner. Become a true Ottawan. Be one with Sens Nation and maybe you’ll better understand the pulse… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • You Said It: LRT not on schedule — nothing new for city
    LRT NOT ON SCHEDULE — NOTHING NEW FOR CITY The City of Ottawa continues to fail miserably in its attempts to produce projects on time and on budget. Who can forget the lengthy delays and costly overruns with the airport footbridge to nowhere and the millions wasted on Orgaworld, signing… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • Scary good Mahomes makes Chiefs fun to watch
    In a sensational start to his career, Patrick Mahomes is throwing his blazing fastball for strikes. Scoring strikes. A day before his 23rd birthday, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback set a NFL record when his six touchdown passes in a 42-37 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers gave him 10 in… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • Senators set for exhibition games
    The Ottawa Senators are ready for the next step in training camp. After spending the first three days hitting each other, the Senators will turn their attention to the Toronto Maple Leafs Tuesday as they open a back-to-back series that begins on the road in Lucan, Ont., as part of… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • Brady Tkachuk turns heads at Senators’ training camp
    It was Fan Fest at Canadian Tire Centre and those on hand got a glimpse at the future of the Ottawa Senators, Many liked what they saw in rookie winger Brady Tkachuk. With the Senators set to open the pre-season schedule Tuesday against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Lucan, Ont.,… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • Senators’ Dylan DeMelo gets a chance to go home for Hockey...
    Dylan DeMelo is trying to make himself at home in his new home. He’ll make his debut on the Ottawa Senators’ defence in familiar surroundings on Tuesday. As the Senators prepare to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs in an exhibition game as part of Kraft Hockeyville in Lucan, Ont.,… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • What a rush! Redblacks’ William Powell runs wild against R...
    It was about as big a play in the game as there was for the Ottawa Redblacks. With a bit less than 11 minutes left in the fourth quarter and the Redblacks holding onto a 23-18 lead over the Saskatchewan Roughriders at Regina’s Mosaic Stadium, quarterback Trevor Harris handed the… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • Doubt away, but yet again Ottawa Redblacks show their moxie
    While others doubted, the Ottawa Redblacks calmly pushed ahead. If nobody else believed in them, they believed in themselves. In the wake of losses to the last-place teams in both the East and West Division of the Canadian Football League — the Montreal Alouettes and B.C. Lions — criticism has been… ... more
    Ottawasun3 days ago
  • Editorial: It’s time for transparency on transit system
    It’s disappointing, but not a catastrophe, that the LRT won’t open until early in 2019. What voters in this municipal election should worry about, however, is the lack of transparency around the delay. After all, what do the city, or the Rideau Transit Group, have to hide? We presume nothing.… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • Redblacks offence comes alive in win over Riders
    REGINA — So much for piling on the Ottawa Redblacks offence. Quarterback Trevor Harris and his offensive cast came up big Saturday night, punching big holes in the Saskatchewan Roughriders defence for a 30-25 win. Two electric plays by the Roughriders — touchdowns on a punt return and another on… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • Fury FC boosts its post-season hopes with victory against Ki...
    Carl Haworth was in the middle of the action as Ottawa Fury FC boosted its post-season hopes by downing the Richmond Kickers 2-0 in United Soccer League action on Saturday night. A cross by Haworth was deflected into the Richmond net by Kickers defender Mallan Roberts in for an own… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • Carleton Ravens outlast Queen’s in double overtime
    Mathieu Pickens ran seven yards for a game-winning touchdown in double overtime as the Carleton Ravens edged the Queen’s Gaels 42-39 at MNP Park on Saturday afternoon in OUA football action. The Ravens, now 3-1, built a 32-14 halftime lead, but the Gaels chipped away, outscoring the home team 15-3… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • From the bad came the good: Former Redblack Jovon Johnson an...
    REGINA — With drugs and guns and gangs and killing and bad influences everywhere around him, the boy became a man. Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive back Jovon Johnson, who played for the Ottawa Redblacks in 2014 and ’15, had no choice. Living in the projects of Erie, Pa., and with his… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • Warrenspiece: Tierney of the Valley and Vanier Cup connectio...
    Chris Tierney is no stranger to Ottawa. In fact, Tierney comes to the Senators with deep Ottawa Valley roots: Deep River roots to be exact. “Both my parents (Liz and Jim) grew up in Deep River, and my dad’s family is from Arnprior,” Tierney said following his first practice with… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • Formenton fast becoming part of the Senators’ roster pictu...
    Alex Formenton’s speed continues to raise eyebrows. “He makes a few guys look like cones out there,” Ottawa Senators coach Guy Boucher said of Formenton, who scored during Saturday’s intrasquad scrimmage. “It’s not the guys’ fault. It’s just that he’s so impressive. If you give this guy a bit of… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • You Said It: Majority of Canadians favour return of death pe...
    MAJORITY OF CANADIANS FAVOUR RETURN OF DEATH PENALTY! Dec. 11, 2018, will mark 56 years since two men were hanged in Canada. These last state-sanctioned executions to happen took place at Toronto’s infamous Don Jail in 1962. In 1976, Canada abolished capital punishment. Before some Canadians take issue with Florida’s… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • Life after Karlsson begins: Tierney, DeMelo and Balcers skat...
    The next stage in the calm after the storm was the arrival of the newcomers from the San Jose Sharks Saturday. Chris Tierney, Dylan DeMelo and Rudolfs Balcers were all on the ice for the Ottawa Senators at the Bell Sensplex Saturday, fully understanding that it will take time for… ... more
    Ottawasun4 days ago
  • Senators’ Chris Wideman could benefit from Karlsson loss
    It’s a dangerous way to dice it – only because it’s not the optimum Plan B – but the Senators loss could very well be Chris Wideman’s gain. Oh, as a team player who wants to win, the 28-year old defenceman would prefer to have Erik Karlsson still around. But… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • Sweet 60: Thai golfer’s record final round highlights worl...
    Not even a birdie putt to end a wild playoff in the team event could steal the thunder of a 15-year-old girl from Thailand in the world junior girls golf championship. Atthaya Thitikul fired a course-record 12-under-par 60 at Camelot Golf and Country Club on Friday to win the individual… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • 67’s players return from NHL rookie camps enthused
    Samuel Bitten can’t decide whether his greatest takeaway from attending the Minnesota Wild rookie camp this past week was skating with former Boston University star and Wild star-in-waiting Jordan Greenway or playing in three of four games in an eight-team NHL Rookie tournament in Traverse City, Mich. “It was cool… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • Underestimated Dzingel, Duchene tasked with leading Sens in ...
    Ryan Dzingel is the ultimate underdog on a team that is, in the eyes of Bodog oddsmakers, the longest shot in the NHL to win the Stanley Cup. At the 2011 entry draft in St. Paul, Minnesota’s Xcel Energy Center, 203 teenagers were selected before the Senators chose Dzingel from… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • There’s no divide, Ottawa Redblacks sticking together
    When a team faces adversity — there are a couple of directions it could head in. One possibility is in-fighting and tension in the dressing room — guys all wanting to blame each other. That’s what the Ottawa Redblacks are trying to avoid. So far, so good. With two straight ugly losses —… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • No captain: It will be leadership by committee for Senators ...
    There will be no “C” stitched on any Ottawa Senators jersey to start this season. At this point, they’re going to play the waiting game before making a decision. After dealing Erik Karlsson to the San Jose Sharks on Thursday afternoon, general manager Pierre Dorion noted in an interview on… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • If Redblacks want respect, they’ll have to earn some versu...
    REGINA — Less than a month ago, the Ottawa Redblacks celebrated in the locker room moments after what could have been a defining 44-21 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Feeling disrespected, some of the players loudly ridiculed those — as in pretty much everybody outside of that room —… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • The Senators will have to move on without Pageau, but he’l...
    The Ottawa Senators hadn’t even stepped on the ice for the first time in training camp Friday and already they’d taken a big hit. Centre Jean-Gabriel Pageau, injured during testing Thursday at the Canadian Tire Centre, will be gone a minimum of six months after having surgery to repair a… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • You Said It: One more day of Karlsson trade reaction
    TIME FOR AN ASSIST FROM BETTMAN Re the sad state of the Ottawa Senators. I believe it’s time for NHL commissioner Gary Bettman to step in before Senators owner Eugene Melnyk runs the team into the ground. Fans may never know the real reason that generational player Erik Karlsson “had”… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • Pageau injury means yet another position move for Colin Whit...
    So much for grand plans. The idea of Colin White playing right wing alongside Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel on a potential top line appears to have gone out the window. After the devastating news that the Senators have lost centre Jean-Gabriel Pageau for as long as six months due… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • Garrioch: A day after the captain departs, the Senators go b...
    Time to move on. Twenty-four hours after captain Erik Karlsson was dealt to the San Jose Sharks in a blockbuster deal Thursday afternoon, the Ottawa Senators hit the ice Friday for the first time in training camp at the Bell Sensplex. And though they were hardly shocked by the news… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • In post-Karlsson era, Boucher embraces colossal challenge
    Welcome back to civilization, Guy Boucher. After spending most of the summer off line, escaping to deep in Quebec cottage country with his family, the Ottawa Senators coach has emerged from “the woods” ready for his third season behind the bench. It’s like nothing he has ever seen before in… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • Game Day: Ottawa Redblacks at Saskatchewan Roughriders
    Ottawa (6-5) at Saskatchewan (7-4) WHEN: 9:30 p.m. Saturday WHERE: Mosaic Stadium RADIO: TSN 1200, Sirius XM 167 (English), 174 (French) STREAM: TSN GO TV: TSN, RDS WEATHER: 13C. Could be rain (the forecast goes from a 30 per cent chance at the start of the game to 70 per… ... more
    Ottawasun5 days ago
  • Kicker Leone long on talent, and now Redblacks have him
    When Richie Leone started kicking field goals in fourth grade — playing for the Roswell Hornets back home in Georgia — it was an introduction to kicking, something with a lot of hard work he was able to bring to the CFL and, briefly, the NFL. “I demonstrated some early… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Brennan: Erik Karlsson is gone, but forever? Don’t be so s...
    Erik Karlsson was more than genuinely “sad” over being traded by the Ottawa Senators. He was shocked. Amid all the surrounding talk and speculation, Karlsson thought it would work out here in the end. He believed, or was led to believe, that Eugene Melnyk was close to selling the team.… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Garrioch: The book is closed on Erik Karlsson’s career in ...
    The whispers started in the morning as the players made their way into the Canadian Tire Centre for medicals on Thursday morning. By the time most of them had left the building in the afternoon, there was still no sign of captain Erik Karlsson. And, as reporters waited for him… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Jean-Gabriel Pageau could be out long-term
    On the first day of training camp, not all the talk surrounded the decision to trade captain Erik Karlsson. There’s also major concern about centre Jean-Gabriel Pageau. Pencilled into a second-line role with the rebuild underway, the Senators may have lost Pageau for an extended period after he rolled over… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • With Karlsson gone, Chabot and Ceci look like first defence ...
    In the moments before Erik Karlsson left Canadian Tire Centre, Thomas Chabot talked about how comfortable Karlsson has made him feel inside the arena. “Last year as a guy being a little nervous in the games and the (training) camps and everything, he was just there for me,” Chabot said,… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Sharks happy to get ‘elite’ Karlsson
    The San Jose Sharks likely couldn’t wipe the smiles off their faces. After acquiring Erik Karlsson from the Ottawa Senators in a blockbuster deal on Thursday afternoon, the Sharks feel like they’re Stanley Cup contenders. General manager Doug Wilson was overjoyed in a statement posted on the club’s website after… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Warrenspiece: Will fans ever accept the calculated reasoning...
    Over and over again, we hear that professional sports is a business, that player movement is and always will be part of the game. Never has that felt more true than it does in Ottawa today. As much as we knew the Erik Karlsson trade was coming, it was a… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Brennan: Karlsson trade immediate loss for Sens, who could w...
    The ridiculing began almost immediately. Only moments after Erik Karlsson was moved to the San Jose Sharks, Senators GM Pierre Dorion was chided for not getting more in return. What about 21-year old rising star Timo Meier? Or flashy 24-year Tomas Hertl? Or Ryan Merkley, a 5-11, point-a-game defenceman with… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • U.S. trims Italian lead for team title in world junior girls...
    Alessia Nobilio still has a healthy lead in the individual standings, but she and her compatriots from Italy have a tussle on their hands for the team crown going into the final round of the world junior girls golf championship. Nobilio shot a 3-under-par 69 at the Camelot Golf and… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • You Said It: A generational talent for some kids and draft p...
    A GENERATIONAL TALENT FOR SOME KIDS AND DRAFT PICKS? Well, there you go. Our best player, a generational talent, arguably one of the top five players in the NHL, has been traded. For what? A bunch of youngsters and draft picks? No disrespect intended, but a trade is supposed to… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Krayden: Recovery Day something different for everyone, incl...
    Recovery can mean a hundred different things to dozens of people, but this Saturday in Ottawa you can find out what it means for you at Recovery Day Ottawa. Recovery groups in the city are meeting again outside Ottawa City Hall in an effort to help people stay sober, become… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Senators had to trade Erik Karlsson because he’s too good
    Erik Karlsson had to go. He was too good for the Ottawa Senators. At least for an Ottawa Senators team owned by Eugene Melnyk. A different person calling the shots might have taken a different approaching in the handling of the most valuable asset the franchise has ever owned. He… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Senators deal Erik Karlsson to the Sharks
    The Ottawa Senators have dealt Erik Karlsson and Francis Perron to the San Jose Sharks. In return, the Senators will get a first-round pick in 2019 or 2020, centre Chris Tierney, a second-round pick in 2019 (the best of the two San Jose currently has), prospect centre Josh Morris, prospect… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Expect Mark Stone to succeed Erik Karlsson as the Senators n...
    Bet on this: The next captain of the Senators will be Mark Stone. It’s the right and logical choice. A tap-in. The 26-year old winger was a full-time alternate captain with the team last season, but Guy Boucher recognized his leadership qualities from the moment he took over as coach.… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • A history of the Ottawa Senators big trades
    When the much-anticipated trade of Erik Karlsson happened, it brought to mind the hit-and-miss nature of deals involving a series of former Senators stars. From Alexei Yashin to Marian Hossa to Dany Heatley to Bobby Ryan to Jason Spezza, a series of Senators general managers have made a number of… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • Karlsson didn’t have the time to surpass Alfredsson as Sen...
    Goodbye, Erik Karlsson, the second best player in Ottawa Senators franchise history. Maybe one day, way off in the distant future, Karlsson can come back, retire as a Senator and revive all those positive memories of his time in the organization, just like what happened with Daniel Alfredsson, the greatest… ... more
    Ottawasun6 days ago
  • New city council can help investors increase rental supply
    If you’re a real estate investor or landlord in Ottawa, it’s clear that the city is on the cusp of something special. Ottawa is transforming before our very own eyes and it’s exciting to watch. The sluggish mid-decade real estate market is behind us and there are reasons to be… ... more
    Ottawasun7 days ago
  • Emancipating the real estate market
    A recent article announcing the news from a Supreme Court ruling was a real attention-grabber, and it really got the wheels upstairs churning about the access of information. It’s incredible how things have changed for the better; at least, we hope so. The internet has allowed us to become smarter… ... more
    Ottawasun7 days ago
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