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Gas prices on the way up for long weekend

Gas prices on the way up for long weekend

Petroleum analysts are forecasting a two cent increase overnight, and by Sunday, prices will be close to $1.40/litre.
Bluesfest bird sketch raises money for Safe Wings Ottawa

Bluesfest bird sketch raises money for Safe Wings Ottawa

Local artist sketches the BluesFest Kildeer bird. The original sketch is being auctioned off to raise money for Safe Wings Ottawa.
No designated pot smoking areas for Ottawa, says Mayor

No designated pot smoking areas for Ottawa, says Mayor

Jim Watson says the city of Ottawa won't follow the action of other cities like Calgary, whose city council has approved designated smoking areas outdoors and cannabis gardens for festivals.
Van fire forces OFS Public Info Officer into action at own home

Van fire forces OFS Public Info Officer into action at own home

Danielle Cardinal called the fire department, and made sure to properly use her extinguisher to douse the flames.
Senators assistant GM Randy Lee faces second harassment charge

Senators assistant GM Randy Lee faces second harassment charge

A new charge was filed earlier this week in a Buffalo, N.Y. court.
Residents at Vanier senior's home calling on community to show Canadian pride

Residents at Vanier senior's home calling on community to show Canadian pride

“We like to get the community involved with the spirit of Canada,” said Henry McCambridge, a resident at 280 Montfort St.
Ottawa Public Health advising residents to be vigilant during hot weather this long weekend

Ottawa Public Health advising residents to be vigilant during hot weather this long weekend

The humidex is expected to range between 40C and 47C this long weekend and Ottawa Public Health has some information on how to cope with that heat.
Dog accused of attacking Gatineau toddler to be euthanized

Dog accused of attacking Gatineau toddler to be euthanized

A two-year-old child needed stitches on his arm and face after an incident late last week.
Next phase approved for East Flats

Next phase approved for East Flats

Claridge Homes plans on erecting five apartment towers at LeBreton Flats, ranging from 25 to 45 storeys. The buildings there now are between eight and 13 storeys.
Postmedia to cease publication in Pembroke

Postmedia to cease publication in Pembroke

Four jobs are being cut at the long-running community newspaper, which will no longer be physically available after July 28.
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