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OPP officers recover body of missing boater from Ottawa

OPP officers recover body of missing boater from Ottawa

On Aug. 13, shortly after 5:30 p.m., OPP officers and Wollaston firefighters responded to a report that a canoe had capsized on Peter Lake, with one person missing.
Canada gets glimpse of tough road ahead as they look to reach another level

Canada gets glimpse of tough road ahead as they look to reach another level

It’s that special something that has these Canadians looking so tough to beat — even here, in a game in which they went long stretches on the wrong end of the night’s momentum, that all-world skill burst forth when it was needed, and the day was done.
More than 30 new drivers hit the road as OC Transpo aims to reduce number of cancelled trips

More than 30 new drivers hit the road as OC Transpo aims to reduce number of cancelled trips

The City of Ottawa hopes the additional drivers will allow for a more reliable service and says more applicants are expected to be trained in the coming months.
Canada's inflation slows to 7.6 per cent in July, driven by decline in gas prices

Canada's inflation slows to 7.6 per cent in July, driven by decline in gas prices

The Bank of Canada is paying attention to this latest reading of inflation as it gears up to make its next key interest rate on Sept. 7, when it’s expected to raise borrowing rates again.
Sense of helplessness and desire for a community may fuel people to believe in conspiracies

Sense of helplessness and desire for a community may fuel people to believe in conspiracies

Conspiracy theories often exploit vulnerable people, and although it can be difficult to be empathetic toward believers, their lives can often be incredibly sad.
The BOAT is forging her own path to WWE greatness

The BOAT is forging her own path to WWE greatness

Natalya Neidhart comes from a legendary wrestling family, and has established herself as one of the WWE's top female wrestlers.  
Public hearings in Emergencies Act inquiry to start in September

Public hearings in Emergencies Act inquiry to start in September

The Public Order Emergency Commission announced today that it expects the hearings to run from Sept. 19 until Oct. 28 at Library and Archives Canada in downtown Ottawa.
UPDATE: Missing man last seen on Montreal Road found safe

UPDATE: Missing man last seen on Montreal Road found safe

The OPS thanks the public.
ETFO members prepare to meet against backdrop of work stoppage this fall

ETFO members prepare to meet against backdrop of work stoppage this fall

Around 800 members of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) are gathering at a downtown hotel this week to debate and vote on policies and directions for the upcoming school year.
Senegalese embassy challenges reports on diplomat beaten by Québec police as "false"

Senegalese embassy challenges reports on diplomat beaten by Québec police as "false"

The embassy's account alleges she and her family suffered from humidity and heating system issues at the property from the outset and contends the allegations contained in the court documents don't stand up.
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