Scanlan: Hockey on Parliament Hill could be the perfect Canada 150 farewell

  Ottawa Citizen 
It seems a bit early to be constructing an outdoor hockey rink. Yet, workers were laying the groundwork Thursday for what figures to be a unique skating pad on the lawn of Parliament Hill, one that should provide fitting closure to Canada 150 celebrations. Heritage Canada, along with the Ottawa Senators and the Bell Capital […] ▶ Full story on ottawacitizen.com

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