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Along with job cuts, Air Canada plans to ditch flights from Ottawa to Calgary and Vancouver

Along with job cuts, Air Canada plans to ditch flights from Ottawa to Calgary and Vancouver

Air Canada is contacting affected customers to offer them options such as refunds or alternative travel arrangements, the company said. 
Eastern Ontario Health Unit begins first phase of COVID-19 vaccinations

Eastern Ontario Health Unit begins first phase of COVID-19 vaccinations

The EOHU says the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines are from Pfizer, however, it is expected that Moderna vaccines will also arrive in the EOHU region in the coming weeks.
UPDATE: Four dead in housefire south of Kemptville

UPDATE: Four dead in housefire south of Kemptville

OPP had initially put out a call for information, as they believed the four to be missing.
Ottawa mayor hoping province clamps down on big box stores selling non-essentials

Ottawa mayor hoping province clamps down on big box stores selling non-essentials

Mayor Jim Watson feels it's "fundamentally unfair" big box stores can sell non-essential goods through in-stores sales, when small businesses cannot.
Rabbi Bulka diagnosed with advanced form of cancer; messages of support flow in

Rabbi Bulka diagnosed with advanced form of cancer; messages of support flow in

Bulka has been a Rabbi for more than 50 years and continues to be a leader in the Ottawa community.
Pedestrian in serious condition after collision with OC Transpo bus

Pedestrian in serious condition after collision with OC Transpo bus

According to police, the man in his 80's is in serious but non-life threatening condition.
Law enforcement to ramp up province-wide: 'Bad actors will get fined'

Law enforcement to ramp up province-wide: 'Bad actors will get fined'

Anyone caught violating the stay-at-home orders could face a fine and persecution under the Reopening Ontario Act (ROA). Among the stiffer penalties, Ontarians found breaking the rules could spend up to a year in jail.
Closure of Ottawa skating rinks could follow new provincial order; city reviewing regulations

Closure of Ottawa skating rinks could follow new provincial order; city reviewing regulations

General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services Anthony Di Monte said measures announced in Ontario's stay-at-home order remind him of last spring's lockdown.
Province announces state of emergency, issues stay-at-home order as part of additional restrictions

Province announces state of emergency, issues stay-at-home order as part of additional restrictions

“The latest modelling data shows that Ontario is in a crisis and, with the current trends, our hospital ICUs will be overwhelmed in a few short weeks with unthinkable consequences,” said Premier Ford.
Melnyk hoping province will allow 6,000 fans at Sens' games this season

Melnyk hoping province will allow 6,000 fans at Sens' games this season

The franchise owner understands it may not happen during the NHL's shortened 2021 season, but says he's put forward a plan covering health and safety protocols.
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