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A look at numbers for Smiths Falls, home of a Canadian cannabis giant

A look at numbers for Smiths Falls, home of a Canadian cannabis giant

The small Ontario community of Smiths Falls is home to Tweed Inc. and its parent company Canopy Growth Corp., which make up one of the biggest licensed cannabis producers in the world.
A zero-tolerance policy on cannabis use for Gatineau emergency workers

A zero-tolerance policy on cannabis use for Gatineau emergency workers

The City of Gatineau releases strategy around pot use.
Friday night crash sends two teens to hospital

Friday night crash sends two teens to hospital

Two 19-year-old men were taken to the trauma centre in stable condition after a Friday night crash on the 417.
Paul Dewar to receive key to the city as he continues to battle brain cancer

Paul Dewar to receive key to the city as he continues to battle brain cancer

The former NDP MP said he is humbled by the honour.
Planned power outage to affect 48,000 in Ottawa

Planned power outage to affect 48,000 in Ottawa

The outage is only expected to last 30 minutes, and is planned for the early morning hours on Sunday.
OPP asking for public help in finding a woman, last seen in Alexandria

OPP asking for public help in finding a woman, last seen in Alexandria

Emilie Maheu is described as a short white woman, wearing glasses, black pants and a khaki shirt.
Employers wrestle with cannabis policy ahead of legalization

Employers wrestle with cannabis policy ahead of legalization

An HR expert says one key consideration for employers is whether they are a safety-based organization.
Ottawa voters can cast advanced ballots Friday

Ottawa voters can cast advanced ballots Friday

Bring your bring your identification with your name or address and you can cast your ballot in your ward between 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
Candidates debate solutions to Ottawa gun violence in Gloucester-Southgate debate

Candidates debate solutions to Ottawa gun violence in Gloucester-Southgate debate

“We all want to be safe where we live, this is a complex issue, it’s not an easy issue to get the tiger by the tail, we have to work together,” said incumbent Diane Deans.
Wet weather is slowing down, but expect flurries soon

Wet weather is slowing down, but expect flurries soon

Fall temperatures are expected to return to normal after a recent hot spell, and should leave the wet weather behind.
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