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Ontario plans to bring COVID-19 vaccines to residents 18+ in virus hot spots

Ontario plans to bring COVID-19 vaccines to residents 18+ in virus hot spots

Staff who work directly with special needs students across the province will also be eligible for COVID-19 shots starting next week. 
Cat stolen from porch of Nepean home returned to family

Cat stolen from porch of Nepean home returned to family

The cat-napper was identified as an employee of a delivery company.
City of Ottawa cancels April Break in-person day camps

City of Ottawa cancels April Break in-person day camps

The city expects to contact registrants to advise about refunds.
Areas close to Ottawa like Kemptville, Carleton Place seeing significant rise in COVID-19

Areas close to Ottawa like Kemptville, Carleton Place seeing significant rise in COVID-19

Variants of concern have also become prevalent in the areas, according to the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit.
Colin Mochrie plays Ottawa Public Health intern's dad to raise awareness for charity event

Colin Mochrie plays Ottawa Public Health intern's dad to raise awareness for charity event

The comedy star is also raising awareness for COVID-19 public safety measures.
Vaccine panel confirms choice to delay doses up to four months in Canada

Vaccine panel confirms choice to delay doses up to four months in Canada

The panel says it expects the administration of second doses won't end up taking as long as four months based on Canada's expected vaccine supply.
Queensway Carleton Hospital cancels non-urgent surgeries due to rise in COVID cases

Queensway Carleton Hospital cancels non-urgent surgeries due to rise in COVID cases

"We know it is difficult for those waiting patiently for needed surgery but we are hopeful things will get better soon," say hospital officials.
Colourful vintage clothing a hot commodity in Ottawa following a 'long, grey year'

Colourful vintage clothing a hot commodity in Ottawa following a 'long, grey year'

Carol and Madison Kelly of Bellwethers Vintage say people are also looking for something nice to wear that costs less money.
UPDATE: Three Ottawa postal codes prioritized by Ontario government for 50+ vaccine eligibility

UPDATE: Three Ottawa postal codes prioritized by Ontario government for 50+ vaccine eligibility

The province says it expects to receive approximately 3.2-million doses of vaccines in April, but has the capacity to administer 4-million doses.
Former Ottawa auto repairman accused of scamming local banks out of $690K

Former Ottawa auto repairman accused of scamming local banks out of $690K

Investigators say part of his scheme involved the deposit of high valued business cheques.
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