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City asked to approve $60M in additional Stage 2 LRT funding

City asked to approve $60M in additional Stage 2 LRT funding

The additional funds would cover changes that were not envisioned when council approved the $4.6 billion project three years ago.
SIU clears Vancouver police officers who discharged non-lethal weapons during trucker convoy demonstrations

SIU clears Vancouver police officers who discharged non-lethal weapons during trucker convoy demonstrations

No criminal charges will be laid in connection with the case and the file has been closed.
UPDATE: Missing man in his 40s located

UPDATE: Missing man in his 40s located

The OPS thanks the public for its assistance.
Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival welcoming visitors back

Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival welcoming visitors back

The event, taking place between June 21 and June 26, celebrates Indigenous culture and features entertainment, activities and food for all ages. 
Community comes together to support family of storm victim

Community comes together to support family of storm victim

Robert Hayami tragically lost his life in the aftermath of the May 21 storm.
Femicide inquest hears from survivors about importance of bystander intervention

Femicide inquest hears from survivors about importance of bystander intervention

The inquest is examining the deaths of three women killed by their former partner on Sept. 22, 2015 in the Ottawa Valley — Carol Culleton, Nathalie Warmerdam and Anastasia Kuzyk — and considering ways to protect victims of intimate partner violence, particularly in rural communities.
Councillors asking to explore volunteer response of May 21 storm

Councillors asking to explore volunteer response of May 21 storm

Storm cleanup efforts continue across Ottawa. 
Report reveals 80 per cent of OPH spending in 2021 related to COVID-19 pandemic

Report reveals 80 per cent of OPH spending in 2021 related to COVID-19 pandemic

Report shows $136.5 million was spent on the COVID-19 pandemic last year, more than twice what was spent in 2020.
Ottawa Fringe Festival welcomes back in-person shows for its 25th anniversary

Ottawa Fringe Festival welcomes back in-person shows for its 25th anniversary

This will be the first time in two years the Ottawa Fringe Festival will allow in-person shows since the pandemic.
Special waste collection from May long weekend's derecho storm ending this week

Special waste collection from May long weekend's derecho storm ending this week

The City of Ottawa has released guidelines on how to handle leftover debris and waste from the storm that happened on Saturday, May 21.
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