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Union to address pension issues as strike enters week four

Union to address pension issues as strike enters week four

Union members will be joined by pension experts to outline the issues around pension benefits, and share details of a complaint that was filed with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario on Friday.
Deserving kids are hitting the slopes at Camp Fortune for free

Deserving kids are hitting the slopes at Camp Fortune for free

Kids Up Front Ottawa is taking 100 youth on a ski trip Saturday, and for many, it will be their first time on skis. 
Renfrew paramedics looking to fly drones farther

Renfrew paramedics looking to fly drones farther

Transport Canada has approved a distance of 3.7 km out of sight, but County of Renfrew paramedics could one day be flying them 37 km.
$1.8-billion committed for new Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus

$1.8-billion committed for new Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus

Plans for Ottawa's new civic hospital can now move forward thanks to a funding announcement from the province.
Carling on-ramp near Westgate closing

Carling on-ramp near Westgate closing

A west-end highway onramp is about to close for good. The Highway 417 eastbound on-ramp from westbound Carling Avenue is closing permanently Monday.
The Heart Institute to launch "State of the (He)art Facility"

The Heart Institute to launch "State of the (He)art Facility"

The President and CEO of the University of Ottawa Heart Institute conducted a tour for members of the media to reveal the new state-of-the-art facility.
Reviewing and updating Ottawa's homelessness strategy

Reviewing and updating Ottawa's homelessness strategy

Deputy Mayor Mark Taylor is making a number of recommendations he thinks could make a real difference in curbing homelessness in Ottawa.
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Cinderella is looking for her castle (adopted)

Adopt Me: Cinderella is looking for her castle (adopted)

OttawaMatters, in partnership with the Ottawa Humane Society, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
No criminal charge for Trépanier

No criminal charge for Trépanier

A Radio-Canada reporter, arrested after trying to contact the head of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Outaouais, is not guilty of harassment.
Nuclear problem bad, could get worse for Ottawa River

Nuclear problem bad, could get worse for Ottawa River

The Ottawa River Keeper is upset over nuclear waste being dumped into the tributary, as well as future plans for waste collection and storage at Chalk River Laboratories.
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