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Thousands affected by improperly cleaned equipment at Stittsville clinic

Thousands affected by improperly cleaned equipment at Stittsville clinic

All affected patients will be notified by mail, urging them to get tested for Hepatitis B and C, as well as HIV.
Monday heat wave ties record

Monday heat wave ties record

Temperatures Monday tied the hottest recorded high for July 16, from 1968.
Steve Desroches looking to become federal Conservative candidate in Nepean

Steve Desroches looking to become federal Conservative candidate in Nepean

The long-time city councillor said there have been many people in the community urging him to seek the nomination.
Police searching for suspect after woman left unconscious in gas station parking lot

Police searching for suspect after woman left unconscious in gas station parking lot

An assault happened early Sunday morning on Woodroffe Avenue. Police want to speak with anyone with information.
No financial or health info exposed in Algonquin College cyber attack

No financial or health info exposed in Algonquin College cyber attack

Investigators say there is no direct evidence that any data was accessed or taken in an attack back on May 16.
Bluesfest organizers want your feedback

Bluesfest organizers want your feedback

Spokesperson Joe Reilly says they want to know what can be improved at the festival, but also what should stay the same.
<b>Remember This?</b> Captains of the Clouds

Remember This? Captains of the Clouds

On this day in 1941, film crews arrived in Ottawa to begin work on the first ever Hollywood movie to be shot entirely in Canada. It ended up garnering two Academy Award nominations.
Heat warning continues for Ottawa

Heat warning continues for Ottawa

The heat could bring record-breaking temperatures, with a forecast high of 34 degrees.
Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery dead at 35 in drowning accident

Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery dead at 35 in drowning accident

Insp. Marty Schulenberg said Emery’s death does not appear to be suspicious, calling it a "case of misadventure."
Ottawa police called in to separate opposing crowds at sex-ed curriculum rally

Ottawa police called in to separate opposing crowds at sex-ed curriculum rally

Speakers like NDP MPP Joel Harden and Lyra Evans encouraged demonstrators to show their displeasure with the roll-back, but were interrupted towards the end of the rally.
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