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enfrMAY 13-23 MAI, 2022
enfrMAY 13-23 MAI, 2022

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Bri Glenn
Tulips may already be in bloom at Dow’s Lake, but the Canadian Tulip Festival isn’t happening for almost two weeks. Like last year, the festival will be completely online, and doesn’t officially kick off until May 14. The 69th edition of the festival is slated to wrap up on May 24. “The safest way to enjoy the...
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While last year’s Canadian Tulip Festival encouraged Ottawans to admire the flowers virtually, people can enjoy them online or in-person in 2021 — as long as they use common sense. “This is our second virtual year,” said Jo Riding, executive director of the festival. “But the big difference is, instead of two months to plan, we’ve had a...
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Is that love in the air? It is time to shake things up; we have Ottawa date ideas that are way better than another movie night at home. Sure, snuggling and watching movies can be fun, but it is time to surprise your special someone with an adventure. There is no better way to bring you both closer and...
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Let the countdown to spring begin. The Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa will be returning from May 14 to 24, 2021. This year it will be a breathtaking floral wonderland with 300,000 tulips in every colour of the rainbow. But only those who are within walking or biking distance to Commissioner’s Park are asked to attend....
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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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