Month: October 2012

Trick or Eat!

Goblins and Ghosts and Ghouls, OH MY! Too old to dress up and go door-to-door this Halloween asking for candy? Why not dress up and collect non-perishables from your community

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Zombies hit the streets on Saturday

Thousands of Zombies met at MacDonald Gardens Park at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 27th to begin their deathly saunter across downtown Ottawa. While Zombies eat brains, they understand that

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Trick or Treat with the Mayor

BOO! Mayor Jim Watson invites you to take part in an evening of spook-tacular festivities at Ottawa City Hall. The fun includes: Trick or treating through the haunted house in

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Zombie Walk

It’s that time again. Time to hit the streets and terrify everyone you walk past. It’s time for the Zombie Walk! While Zombie eat brains, others in the city eat

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Thanks to The Boss and his fans

Creating a Land of Hope and Dreams We were beyond thrilled when we received a call from Bruce Springsteen’s team saying not only were they encouraging us to collect donations

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Ottawa Dined Out for Hunger

Many residents of Ottawa (including Ottawa Food Bank staffers!) enjoyed a meal out on Wednesday, October 24. The date marked the Ottawa Food Bank’s first Capital Dishes – Dine Out

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Thank You Blossom Park Giant Tiger!

The Giant Tiger at Blossom Park (2950 Bank St) just completed a store-wide food drive. Their employees and customers were challenged to purchase and donate 500 bags of non-perishable items.

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Chili for Halogen Software

As it’s starting to get a little chilly outside, there’s a little chili inside the Halogen offices too! Halogen Software in Ottawa is always coming up with ways to raise

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