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Ontario border rules limiting travel from Quebec, Manitoba expire

Ontario border rules limiting travel from Quebec, Manitoba expire

The closure was put into place in early April to stop non-essential travel between provinces.
Ottawa rally looking to line-up 215 trucks in support of Indigenous communities

Ottawa rally looking to line-up 215 trucks in support of Indigenous communities

"We know this is Fathers Day, but these children and their fathers never had the opportunity to celebrate the day, surely we can give up a few hours with them in mind," says organizer Lyoness Woodstock.
Four animal cruelty deaths in west Ottawa prompt police appeal for witnesses

Four animal cruelty deaths in west Ottawa prompt police appeal for witnesses

Four cats appear to have been abused and deliberately killed, say Ottawa police.
CFL unveils full 2021 season schedule; Redblacks first home game set for August 28

CFL unveils full 2021 season schedule; Redblacks first home game set for August 28

The Grey Cup is scheduled to be played on December 12 in Hamilton.
A country divided: Call to cancel Canada Day festivities grows louder

A country divided: Call to cancel Canada Day festivities grows louder

Celebrations typically held on Parliament Hill in Ottawa will again be virtual this year. There's been no indication they will be cancelled.
Upper Canada school board worried about future with permanent remote learning option

Upper Canada school board worried about future with permanent remote learning option

Director Designate Valerie Allen says it could have a devastating effect on small, rural communities.
Barrhaven bear safely relocated after 10 hour rest in residential backyard

Barrhaven bear safely relocated after 10 hour rest in residential backyard

Numerous roads in the area had to be closed for hours on Monday to allow animal services to safely tranquilize and move the bear.
Ottawa-Carleton District School Board to remove police officers from schools

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board to remove police officers from schools

The board of trustees will make the decision official on June 22, while a revised policy is expected in the fall.
Charges laid in hate-motivated assault on Spark Street

Charges laid in hate-motivated assault on Spark Street

Police say two people were sitting on a bench speaking Arabic when one of them was hit on the side of the head with a purse.
No reason to wait weeks for Step 2 if COVID-19 metrics are improving: infectious disease expert

No reason to wait weeks for Step 2 if COVID-19 metrics are improving: infectious disease expert

Dr. Bogoch tells CityNews' The Rob Snow Show it's great that the province has only loosely scheduled the reopening step, because it gives them the opportunity to move up the date when COVID-19 indicators are on the right track.
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