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Cody Ceci’s Summer Vacation
After a great season that included an exhilarating run to the Conference Finals, Senators defenceman Cody Ceci is ready for the dog days of summer. Most of which he plans on spending at his cottage; just outside of The Capital.
What’s Next For Rona Ambrose
Being a politician isn’t for everyone. If the time demands aren’t enough to scare you away (16+ hours a day) then maybe having your entire life under a microscope will. Factor in missed meals, unsolicited criticism and constant scrutiny and you’ve got a job description that would make most people run away… quickly. But not Rona Ambrose.
Penny Oleksiak is no stranger to swimming against the current. At 17 years old, she is a decorated Canadian swimmer in both butterfly and freestyle swim events. Born to a family of athletes who encouraged her to start swimming competitively at age 9, Penny was setting records by the time she was 15 at both the Junior World and Canadian level.
“The goal every year for each CFL team is to win the Grey Cup so it’s important to everybody but last year felt like we as a team were on a mission. In the end, our record didn’t matter because we never lost confidence and knew that we were going to outwork anyone we faced in the playoffs.”
Ottawa’s RNation All-Star Both On and Off the Field
“Outwork everyone, no one is above the team, do things the right way, don’t stop until you hear the whistle, and trust your faith.”
The Most Outspoken, Fearless, and Hard-Hitting Man in Hockey
“The rivalry between Philly and Toronto back then was so fierce and to be able to score on, who I thought, was one of the best goal tenders in the world, and to do it in Toronto was phenomenal. That building went from cheering pandemonium to as quiet as a morgue.”
When Graham Richardson joined CTV Ottawa in 2010, the chosen replacement of the retiring Max Keeping, he was left with big shoes to fill.
Inspired by the lifestyles of the rich and famous, Ottawa hip hop artist Black Iri$h is driven to become an established name in music. He knows what it takes—Iri$h has pushed himself to become more than just a rapper, but a face of hip hop in Ottawa.
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