Tom Green has been pulling pranks around Ottawa lately, and he brought his dog, Charlie, to a Redblacks football game on Friday.

"Two guys and a dog walk into a football game," tweeted Nic Sulsky, CCO with sports betting company, PointsBet. "Goood times last night Nic!," Green responded in a tweet on June 18. "Charley and I had fun!!! Go Red Blacks!

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One Ottawa TikToker is paying it forward by giving out Tim Hortons cards to people on the streets, and it's creating an unlikely community hub near Rideau Street's Zesty Market.

A shirtless Ottawa man, nicknamed "Slim Shady," hunches over in a downtown bus shelter. His gaze is fixed on the ground. "Slim Shady, look!" calls out a voice. As Slim pulls shoes on his bare feet, the voice says, "Here's a sandwich for you."

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An Ottawa woman says she will be picking up her little library and putting it on a moveable stand after someone complained to By-law Services this month.

Wendy Chaytor was taken aback when she learned someone called Ottawa By-law and Regulatory Services about the little library that she and her partner built.

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A 95-year-old Ottawa woman just crushed a race record this weekend, after completing a 5K walk on May 28.

Rejeanne Fairhead is the first woman of her age to complete the race during the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend. She crossed the finish line with 58 minutes and 52 seconds on the clock.

"I'm living a good life," Fairhead told Narcity. "To me, age means nothing. If you can do it—do it, but I'm lucky that I have the energy."

Hollers and bright purple flowers showered Fairhead as she crossed the finish line. The flowers matched her purple "Perley Health" t-shirt, representing the senior's centre where she lives independently and volunteers.

"As the runners went by us they were giving her kudos⁠—they were high-fiving," says Ruth McMahon, Fairhead's daughter-in-law. "They were clapping and cheering. They were taking video of her as they were running by, and it was just like that throughout the whole race."

A first for Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend and Rejeanne Fairhead

Fairhead placed second in her category in the 5K, women over 85 years old, where three other women competed. She was the first 95-year-old to participate and walked the race without stopping, except to take some water.

However, Saturday also marked the first time Fairhead participated in any race. Family says she was encouraged to do so after a friend and fellow Perley Health resident encouraged her.

Fairhead fundraised over $1,900 for the senior centre. In total, around 100 of 25,000 participants raised over $71,000 for the Perley Health, and donations will continue to be accepted until June 20, according to McMahon.

Ahead of the race, Fairhead mapped out a series of walks that she thought would be close to 5K⁠—around the Perley Health complex and to the grocery store. But she wanted to do well, so recorded her time and averaged around 58 minutes.

Though she was walking, her family say she was not slow.

"I'm 62 and I'm like, 'Okay, this is quite a good pace, I wouldn't be going much faster than this myself if I were out for a walk,'" says McMahon who walked with her

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If you've ever wondered what's playing through the prime minister's headphones, we've got the answers. Justin Trudeau recently revealed what's on his personal playlist right now and it sounds like Drake is getting skipped!

Speaking on The Brandon Gonez Show last week, the PM opened up about the music he's been listening to during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Talk about a throwback! To celebrate Mother's Day this year, Jagmeet Singh shared the sweetest photo of himself as a youngster with his mom.

Sharing the adorable polaroid via Instagram and Twitter on May 9, the NDP leader joked about the silly facial expressions the duo are pulling.

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To celebrate Mother's Day this year, the prime minister took to social media to share some intimate and adorable pictures of his family.

One photo shows a very young Justin Trudeau smiling with his mom, while another shows Sophie Grégoire Trudeau laughing with their three children.

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The same day Justin Trudeau confirmed Canada is in a “very serious” third wave of COVID-19, Jagmeet Singh sent him a letter urging the prime minister to do better.

Sharing the note on Twitter, the NDP leader revealed that he’d called on the prime minister to do “more to protect Canadians” and urged him to “show leadership” during this new wave of the pandemic.

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A new Instagram post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau shows exactly what Justin Trudeau and his family got up to this Easter long weekend.

Posting on Sunday, April 4, Grégoire Trudeau acknowledged that it was the second year in a row that Canadians would be celebrating the holiday differently than usual, thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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In a new post via Instagram, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau shared a super-personal insight into her family’s life at home during lockdown.

On Saturday, March 20, she posted a photo of her two youngest children — Ella Grace and Hadrien — snuggled up together and snoozing on the sofa.

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The person responsible for that Super Bowl tweet by Ottawa Public Health has officially been revealed as... Ryan Reynolds?

Reynolds made a confession on Friday, saying that he's, in fact, the mysterious individual named "Bruce" behind the hilarious fail. 

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This may just be the most extreme slam dunk of all time and you need to see it to believe it.

Robin Worling of Ottawa, Ontario posted a video on Thursday afternoon of him nailing a 25-foot slam dunk on skates, and it's no surprise that it's already amassed over 300,000 likes on TikTok.

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