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Final section of LRT track to be laid this week

Final section of LRT track to be laid this week

The final piece of track will be clipped into place in a ceremony on Friday afternoon.
Family of four left homeless by fire in South Keys

Family of four left homeless by fire in South Keys

Two adults and two children -- aged three and four --- had safely made it out of the home by the time crews arrived. 
Jim Watson puts his name on the mayoral ballot

Jim Watson puts his name on the mayoral ballot

As of Tuesday afternoon, Jim Watson and Bernard Couchman were the only names on the ballot for mayor.
The Ottawa Hospital opens unique neuromuscular research centre

The Ottawa Hospital opens unique neuromuscular research centre

The new centre is expected to provide world-class care for about 10,000 people every year with diseases such as ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease), myotonic dystrophy, muscular dystrophy and Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
Ottawa man charged with impaired driving in Arnprior

Ottawa man charged with impaired driving in Arnprior

According to police, the man walked into the detachment Sunday afternoon and asked to speak to an officer. 
City plans to add 35 staff to long-term care homes

City plans to add 35 staff to long-term care homes

Hiring the additional staff this year would cost the city more than $800,000.
Police seek missing teen

Police seek missing teen

Gabriel Berube-Nicholas, 15, was last seen on April 30 near the St. Laurent Shopping Centre and he is known to frequent the Rideau Centre.
Premier talks Ford's lack of LRT plan, Watson not fazed

Premier talks Ford's lack of LRT plan, Watson not fazed

Kathleen Wynne said she can't guarantee that the next provincial government will want to continue to fund Ottawa's light rail project, if it isn't a Liberal government. Ottawa's mayor isn't worried.
Ottawa auditor talks gap in long-term care home assault reporting

Ottawa auditor talks gap in long-term care home assault reporting

The Auditor General's office is not assured that if a sexual assault happened again at a city-run home, it would be reported properly.
One man suffers minor burns in high rise inferno in Little Italy

One man suffers minor burns in high rise inferno in Little Italy

The developer will need to assess the damage done by Monday's fire before announcing when students will be able to move in.
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