Social Scene | Community Builders: Canada’s Great Kitchen Party Ottawa Edition

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One of fall’s most exciting events will take place under a different format this year, but Oct. 22 is still a date to mark on your calendar. Canada’s Great Kitchen Party Ottawa Edition will be going ahead with chefs competing to move forward to the culinary championships. This year, the Ottawa Edition chefs will be judged by Anne DesBrisay, food writer and cookbook author, along with Sheila Whyte, owner of Thyme and Again.

Gather with friends, family or clients and enjoy a ready to serve three-course meal prepared by one of the local competing chefs. At 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 22, Jim Cuddy, national entertainment adviser for Canada’s Great Kitchen Party, will bring together an exceptional all-star cast for a livestreaming presentation. The event will be supporting B2Ten, MusiCounts and Canadian Food Centres Canada.

“We are impressed with the pivot from a large event to intimate dinners in smaller settings with the Kitchen Party’s Emerging Stronger campaign,” said Ottawa Kitchen Party co-chair Chris Klotz.

For details about the Great Kitchen Party Ottawa Edition, visit http://greatkitchenparty.com/ca/cities/ontario/.

Ottawa Kitchen Party co-chair Chris Klotz and Daniela Manrique, owner and chef of The Soca Kitchen. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia
Daniela Manrique, owner and chef of The Soca Kitchen, is a three-time competitor and a silver and bronze medalist. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

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Police officer hit by car at Manor House stabbing scene

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image captionThe officer was responding to reports of a stabbing outside Manor House station when he was hit by a car

Police are hunting for the driver of a car that hit an officer on duty at the scene of a stabbing in north London.

The officer was responding to reports of a stabbing outside Manor House tube station in Finsbury Park when he was struck by the car at about 02:30 BST.

He was not injured but was treated by paramedics for shock, the Met Police said.

Inquiries to locate the driver are ongoing and no arrests have yet been made, the forced added.

Police were called at 01:55 to reports of a stabbing at the junction of Green Lanes and Seven Sisters Road.

A 28-year-old man was taken to hospital with a stab injury.

His condition is not life-threatening and no arrest have been made, police said.

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