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City calling on volunteers to help with storm cleanup over weekend

City calling on volunteers to help with storm cleanup over weekend

There are two ways volunteers can help out with the post-storm cleanup through the City of Ottawa.
UPDATE: Ottawa area hospitals fully back up and running following Saturday's storm

UPDATE: Ottawa area hospitals fully back up and running following Saturday's storm

Following the weather event, some hospitals were without power and relied on backup generators until power was restored.
MS Society calls for more government supports amid research breakthroughs

MS Society calls for more government supports amid research breakthroughs

Those with MS, which amounts to over 90,000 Canadians, are a part of the immunocompromised population who have been seriously impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
OCDSB lifting mask mandate as of May 30

OCDSB lifting mask mandate as of May 30

OCDSB officials, however, still strongly encourage mask wearing even if the mandate is lifted.
Principal at Orléans high school leaving this week

Principal at Orléans high school leaving this week

In a letter sent to parents and guardians of Béatrice-Desloges Catholic High School on May 25, the Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est said that Marie-Claude Veilleux, who spent the past three years as principal at the east end high school, will no longer be principal.
Doctor concerned over staffing shortages in rural hospitals

Doctor concerned over staffing shortages in rural hospitals

Dr. Alan Drummond said that over the past year across the country nursing shortages have started to affect health-care delivery in the rural areas, and it is more than just an issue related to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Grandparent fraud scam pops up in Gatineau

Grandparent fraud scam pops up in Gatineau

Gatineau police say approximately 15 complaints about the "grandparent scam" were filed in just two weeks.
Somerset Village's new 18-storey high-rise given green light by Ottawa's planning committee

Somerset Village's new 18-storey high-rise given green light by Ottawa's planning committee

Recommendations from the meeting that was held on Thursday, May 26 will rise to council on June 8.
City offering food, medication help for residents affected by storm recovery

City offering food, medication help for residents affected by storm recovery

To receive food assistance, residents can apply through the City of Ottawa website or by calling 311.
Ottawa Humane Society facing thousands of dollars in storm damage

Ottawa Humane Society facing thousands of dollars in storm damage

The Ottawa Humane Society is asking for the public's help to pay for additional costs from storm damages.
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