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UPDATE: Ontario court strikes down wage-limiting law for public sector workers

UPDATE: Ontario court strikes down wage-limiting law for public sector workers

Groups representing several hundred thousand public sector employees challenged the constitutionality of Bill 124, a law passed in 2019 that limits wage increases at one per cent per year for Ontario Public Service employees as well as broader public sector workers.
Ottawa Hospital, Infrastructure Ontario seeking design and development team for new campus build

Ottawa Hospital, Infrastructure Ontario seeking design and development team for new campus build

The request for proposals seeks a design and development team to deliver one of Canada’s largest acute-care health centres.
Ottawa firefighters make quick work of fire at east end home

Ottawa firefighters make quick work of fire at east end home

Ottawa Fire Services received a call from a homeowner reporting flames coming from their garage at a home on Manse Road, off Cameron Street in Cumberland. 
Hubley has no intention of being transit commission chair again

Hubley has no intention of being transit commission chair again

"It's time for fresh eyes and fresh hands for this job and I will support whoever takes over that role, but it's not going to be me for the term of council," said Hubley.
UPDATE: Social media tools were key to 'Freedom Convoy' protest, expert tells inquiry

UPDATE: Social media tools were key to 'Freedom Convoy' protest, expert tells inquiry

The Public Order Emergency Commission is turning its attention to the role of online misinformation as it probes the federal government's use of emergency legislation to dispel protesters.
First board meeting for new Ottawa police chief adjourns abruptly

First board meeting for new Ottawa police chief adjourns abruptly

During the Ottawa Police Services Board (OPSB) meeting on Monday, Nov. 28, the first meeting for new police chief Eric Stubbs and new Ottawa Mayor Mark Sutcliffe, the board opted to abruptly adjourn amid a 'civil act of disobedience.
Gas prices set to drop to lowest level since January

Gas prices set to drop to lowest level since January

The drop at the pumps coincides with falling oil prices.
People are going without food in order to afford rent: Ottawa Food Bank CEO

People are going without food in order to afford rent: Ottawa Food Bank CEO

Rachael Wilson said people are choosing to miss meals in order to be able to afford the other bills that they have.
PODCAST: Wake Up with Rob Snow - November 29, 2022

PODCAST: Wake Up with Rob Snow - November 29, 2022

Tuesday November 29, 2022
'Work hard and never give up,' Michelle O'Bonsawin says during Supreme Court welcome

'Work hard and never give up,' Michelle O'Bonsawin says during Supreme Court welcome

Members of the legal community, including fellow justices, welcomed Michelle O'Bonsawin to the top court in a ceremony on Monday, Nov. 28. 
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