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City of Ottawa on what residents need to know about pot legalization

City of Ottawa on what residents need to know about pot legalization

It has released information on using, buying and selling marijuana in the city, as well as information on how the drug may affect your health.
Tens of thousands show up to advanced polls in Ottawa election

Tens of thousands show up to advanced polls in Ottawa election

Elections Ottawa has released its numbers from its Special Advanced Voting program and Advanced Voting Day.
Assault charge laid in Merrickville break and enter

Assault charge laid in Merrickville break and enter

The OPP is also looking for leads in a robbery at Bob's Chip Stand in the town.
<b>Remember This?</b> The Russell Theatre

Remember This? The Russell Theatre

On the site of the National Arts Centre, there once stood an earlier playhouse called The Russell Theatre, with its front entrance on Queen Street. 
Ward 18 Alta Vista all candidates debate (VIDEO)

Ward 18 Alta Vista all candidates debate (VIDEO)

There are six candidates vying for the Ottawa City Council seat in Alta Vista.
Illegal pot shops set to close ahead of legalization

Illegal pot shops set to close ahead of legalization

The province has said that the illegal dispensaries will be allowed to apply for licences as long as they close before marijuana becomes legal.
Parents' information nights on cannabis

Parents' information nights on cannabis

A series of information nights will offer parents tips on discussing drug use and mental health with their teen, as well as information about local resources.
Ward 17 Capital all candidates debate (VIDEO)

Ward 17 Capital all candidates debate (VIDEO)

There are five candidates vying for the Ottawa City Council seat in Capital ward.
Mayor Jim Watson looking at increasing taxes between 2% to 3%, if re-elected

Mayor Jim Watson looking at increasing taxes between 2% to 3%, if re-elected

Watson says his tax plan would boost investment in roads and infrastructure by $80 million over the next four years
University of Ottawa using research toolkit to make sure women aren't left behind

University of Ottawa using research toolkit to make sure women aren't left behind

It's Manager of the Canadian Women's Heart Health Centre says a heart attack in a woman is different from that suffered by a man.
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