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Both sides have their say at March For Life

Both sides have their say at March For Life

The annual pro-life demonstration was met by a gathering of people sharing their pro-choice message. Police were present, but everything stayed peaceful.
Doctor suspended after taking money from elderly patient

Doctor suspended after taking money from elderly patient

Dr. Peter Davison borrowed $10,000 to cover rent for his office.
Councillor pushes for more affordable housing near O-Train

Councillor pushes for more affordable housing near O-Train

Somerset Councillor Catherine McKenney has told staff to look for land near transit stations that's already government-owned.
Firefighters save child's finger from challenging washer

Firefighters save child's finger from challenging washer

Officials say it is a rare occurrence, but firefighters have assisted children and adults who have had their fingers or limbs trapped in vending machines, park swings and other tight spaces in the past.
Ottawa police looking for missing teen

Ottawa police looking for missing teen

Lucas Nuttall, 19, of Ottawa was last seen downtown.
Funeral service held for MP Gord Brown

Funeral service held for MP Gord Brown

MP Gord Brown, who died suddenly in his Parliament Hill office at the age of 57, laid to rest Thursday, May 10. Brown, who represented the eastern Ontario riding of Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, was well-liked member of Parliament with a great sense of humour.
Police release more photos of woman in connection to west end robberies

Police release more photos of woman in connection to west end robberies

Ottawa police release more photos of a suspect wanted in a series of break and enters around the city.
Long-term care spending approved in Ottawa

Long-term care spending approved in Ottawa

The city will spend $1.8-million in response to four independent reviews of its long-term care services since last fall.
Council gives casino expansion thumbs up, but turns down gambling program boost

Council gives casino expansion thumbs up, but turns down gambling program boost

The City of Ottawa is officially on board with a $318-million expansion project at the Hard Rock Casino, but was not in favour of a motion by councillor Tobi Nussbaum.
Local PC candidate firing back after Liberals accuse her of touting private healthcare

Local PC candidate firing back after Liberals accuse her of touting private healthcare

Dr. Merrilee Fullerton could be the next health minister of Ontario, if her party wins the provincial election, and now says she is "100% committed to Ontario's public health care system."
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