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Mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers supported by 75 per cent of Canadians: poll

Mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers supported by 75 per cent of Canadians: poll

A new Leger poll released Saturday shows that Canadians not only support mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers, but the idea of suspension without pay, like in Quebec.
LISTEN: CityNews Ottawa and the Valley ELXN21 Preview Special

LISTEN: CityNews Ottawa and the Valley ELXN21 Preview Special

Host Mark Day dives into all of the important federal election issues affecting Ottawa and the Valley with guests from across the region.
Two more Upper Canada District School Board schools confirm COVID-19 cases

Two more Upper Canada District School Board schools confirm COVID-19 cases

One of the schools located in Maynard, has now declared an outbreak.
SIU clears Ottawa police officers in incident where pursuit lead to woman's serious injuries

SIU clears Ottawa police officers in incident where pursuit lead to woman's serious injuries

Police were in pursuit of another vehicle when the collision happened.
Ottawa women's rights advocate doesn't think colleges, universities do enough to address sexual assault

Ottawa women's rights advocate doesn't think colleges, universities do enough to address sexual assault

"We have this naïve assumption that a one-hour workshop in during frosh week is going to undo years of socialization," says Julie Lalonde.
Rick Chiarelli undergoing testing after more complications stemming from 2019 surgery

Rick Chiarelli undergoing testing after more complications stemming from 2019 surgery

The College Ward city councillor had open-heart, quadruple bypass surgery in December of 2019.
Child under 10 died from COVID-19, Waterloo Region top doctor says

Child under 10 died from COVID-19, Waterloo Region top doctor says

A child under the age of 10 has died from COVID-19 in Ontario, a local health official said Friday, calling the loss a reminder of the virus' severity.
Senator and former Ottawa police chief calling for increased action on opioid crisis

Senator and former Ottawa police chief calling for increased action on opioid crisis

"I can't imagine that 17 people every day die in the country, and it's not on the tip of everybody's tongues," said Vern White with regard to the crisis not seeming to be a major election issue.
New Ontario Health Teams to serve parts of Ottawa and region

New Ontario Health Teams to serve parts of Ottawa and region

The provincial government explains that the aim of an OHT is to bring together health care providers to make patient transitions easier, with one patient story, one patient record and one care plan that is shared between the providers. 
'Know the facts. Get your vax:' Ford government issues ad campaign to encourage youth vaccinations

'Know the facts. Get your vax:' Ford government issues ad campaign to encourage youth vaccinations

The ads are expected to start running on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat, as well as on billboards and in transit shelters.
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