He captured the hearts of the city, and now 9-week old Nikita Shelkovyy is back in the hospital. Nikita’s father, Yuriy, tells CTV Ottawa his stopped breathing at least seven more times in the last few days, forcing the infant to go back the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) where he is undergoing intense testing. Nikita’s heartbreaking condition was made public after he stopped breathing while travelling down St. Laurent Boulevard with his parents Oksana and Yuriy on September 14th.
It could be a case of David versus Goliath. The owner of an Ottawa yoga studio claims rising American reality stars may have swiped her logo and she’s willing to take them to court to protect her brand. “My jaw dropped,” says Hana Engel the owner of Modern Body yoga studio on Carling Avenue in west-Ottawa, after she took her first look at the new Melo Ball 1 shoes. The Melo Ball 1’s are the first signature shoe of 16-year-old LaMelo Ball.
Cuddled in his Dad’s arms with tired eyes, eight-week old Nikita Shelkovyy lets out a big yawn, probably wondering what all the fuss is about. “I vaguely remember, I was passing out, it was all a blur,” Shelkovyy’s mother Oksana tells CTV while holding back tears, “he stopped breathing.”Last Thursday, started out as a great day for the new parents, Oksana and her husband Yuriy had been out shopping to buy a new stroller for Nikita. They were excited to get home and try it out.
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