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Court rejects 2019 Westboro bus crash class-action lawsuit

Court rejects 2019 Westboro bus crash class-action lawsuit

This lawsuit was just one of 22 formal statements of claim that have been issued in relation to the crash that happened two years ago.
Schools in Leeds, Greville, Lanark allowed to resume in-person learning, but not in EOHU region

Schools in Leeds, Greville, Lanark allowed to resume in-person learning, but not in EOHU region

The rates are still too high in the EOHU region to allow for in-person learning, the EOHU says, but the health unit is starting to see a downward trend. Meanwhile, students in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark can return but all grades must wear masks.
Blood thinners help moderate COVID cases and may reduce strain on ICUs, trials show

Blood thinners help moderate COVID cases and may reduce strain on ICUs, trials show

Blood thinners could become the standard of care after early results of global trials showed they reduced the probability of needing life support by about a third.
Ottawa hair stylist advocating for government funding, a reopening plan for her industry

Ottawa hair stylist advocating for government funding, a reopening plan for her industry

Feeling like it was a last resort, Tanya Hill of the Ontario Hairstylists Association called into CityNews' The Rob Snow Show.
No more sledding at Mooney’s Bay hill, as City of Ottawa says crowds have been too consistently large

No more sledding at Mooney’s Bay hill, as City of Ottawa says crowds have been too consistently large

The city says recent crowds at the hill have numbered in the hundreds.
Advocates call on Ottawa health officials to address COVID-19 vaccine concerns in BIPOC communities

Advocates call on Ottawa health officials to address COVID-19 vaccine concerns in BIPOC communities

A local physician wants to see more targeted engagement in Ottawa's hardest-hit areas.
Ottawa’s medical chiefs of staff issue joint plea to community: 'Stay home. Save lives.'

Ottawa’s medical chiefs of staff issue joint plea to community: 'Stay home. Save lives.'

The group is asking residents to stop socializing in person. It says that is a major source of COVID-19 spread right now.
Limit recreational screen time on school days, CHEO psychiatrist suggests

Limit recreational screen time on school days, CHEO psychiatrist suggests

Dr. Michael Cheng says brains are not naturally adapted to modern technology and using screen devices, even for recreational purposes, doesn't ultimately lead to relaxation or calmness.
Ottawa resident goes to work and family gathering with COVID-19, results in 15 positive tests

Ottawa resident goes to work and family gathering with COVID-19, results in 15 positive tests

Another 40 people have been considered high-risk contacts in this scenario and are self-isolating.
Province launching campaign with influencers to encourage Ontarians to stay home

Province launching campaign with influencers to encourage Ontarians to stay home

As part of the campaign, Ontarians are asked to use the hashtag #StayHomeOn.
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