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Italian Week wrap-up means traffic impacts around Ottawa's Little Italy

Italian Week wrap-up means traffic impacts around Ottawa's Little Italy

A section of Preston Street will be closed starting on Friday, June 17, and again throughout different times of the weekend.
'Freedom movement' rallies plan to run in Ottawa all summer: organizer

'Freedom movement' rallies plan to run in Ottawa all summer: organizer

Events are set to take place in Ottawa in late June through the rest of the summer for what organizers say are to protest remaining COVID-19 pandemic-era restrictions.
Body of missing Shopify executive found in Ottawa River

Body of missing Shopify executive found in Ottawa River

Brett O'Grady went missing in October of 2021.
Cost of gas dipping to cheapest price in two weeks

Cost of gas dipping to cheapest price in two weeks

Roger McKnight, chief petroleum analyst with En-Pro International Incorporated, is expecting a three-cent drop at most gas stations at midnight on Friday to 203.9 cents a litre.
CHEZ morning crew supporting displaced Ukrainians settling in Ottawa

CHEZ morning crew supporting displaced Ukrainians settling in Ottawa

The morning show crew from CHEZ 106.1, in partnership with the Ottawa Police Association, is selling the Biggs and Barr Brew for Ukraine, a limited edition euro lager courtesy of their friends at the Kichesippi Beer Company on Friday, June 17 at 6 a.m. 
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Hazel the dwarf rabbit

Adopt Me: Hazel the dwarf rabbit

She is social and curious
UPDATE: Environment Canada ends tornado watch

UPDATE: Environment Canada ends tornado watch

Environment Canada has issued a tornado watch for Ottawa, Gatineau, Smiths Falls, Perth, Lanark County and other parts of eastern Ontario on June 16. 
Feds announce funding for Bluesfest and other tourist attractions

Feds announce funding for Bluesfest and other tourist attractions

The federal government announced on June 16 it is providing $9.8 million for the Ottawa Bluesfest music festival, which is making its return in 2022 after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
OCDSB operating budget approved for 2022-23 academic year

OCDSB operating budget approved for 2022-23 academic year

Budget highlights include a $2 million increase in spending on special education, a $1.9 million increase for Indigenous education and a $1.1 million increase for mental health and well-being.
Insurance Bureau of Canada reveals May 21 storm is sixth most expensive natural disaster in country's history

Insurance Bureau of Canada reveals May 21 storm is sixth most expensive natural disaster in country's history

The storm caused over $875 million in insured damage according to initial estimates.
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