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City hosting 'renoviction' info session for residents of two Nepean neighbourhoods

City hosting 'renoviction' info session for residents of two Nepean neighbourhoods

The meeting comes following this week's City of Ottawa meeting on the issue.
Ottawa Public Health receives 'very limited supply' of monkeypox vaccines

Ottawa Public Health receives 'very limited supply' of monkeypox vaccines

The vaccines are reserved for high-risk individuals who have had close contact with someone who tested positive for the virus.
Gas prices set to fall 4 cents in Ottawa on Father's Day

Gas prices set to fall 4 cents in Ottawa on Father's Day

The cheapest gas on Saturday, June 18, however, can be found at the MacEwan on Fallowfield Road at 194.6 cents.
Changes made to city's tree planting programs following May derecho storm devastation

Changes made to city's tree planting programs following May derecho storm devastation

Some tree planting programs have been suspended or deadlines extended as crews still work on the storm's cleanup.
Fisher-Price infant rockers recalled following reports of several deaths

Fisher-Price infant rockers recalled following reports of several deaths

The reported deaths happened between 2009 and 2021.
Downtown intersection number one for red light camera violations in 2021

Downtown intersection number one for red light camera violations in 2021

The data details red light violations for nearly 70 locations across the city. 
Canada expected to finish review of first COVID-19 shot for youngest kids in weeks

Canada expected to finish review of first COVID-19 shot for youngest kids in weeks

Federal officials say regulators should reach a decision about whether to approve Canada's first COVID-19 vaccine for infants and preschoolers in coming weeks as the U.S. prepares to roll out tot-sized shots.
Health Canada to end COVID Alert app notifications

Health Canada to end COVID Alert app notifications

The app was launched on July 31, 2020, as the pandemic began and was billed as a way to alert people if they’ve been in close contact with someone who had been infected with COVID-19, without collecting any personal data.
Ottawa Police Service aware of planned protests around Canada Day

Ottawa Police Service aware of planned protests around Canada Day

This year, Canada Day celebrations will be held at LeBreton Flats Park and Place des festivals Zibi on July 1, rather than the usual location on Parliament Hill. 
Ottawa's beach season kicks off this weekend at three sites

Ottawa's beach season kicks off this weekend at three sites

The City also announced details for the opening of city-operated wading pools and outdoor swimming pool facilities.
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