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Identifying cyberbullies by tracking digital trails

Identifying cyberbullies by tracking digital trails

A cyber security expert explains how authorities might go about finding, for example, who was running social media accounts which harassed Erik and Melinda Karlsson.
Three pedestrians hit in Vanier South intersection

Three pedestrians hit in Vanier South intersection

All three, including two children, are in hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Gatineau restaurant removes US items from menu

Gatineau restaurant removes US items from menu

Lala Bistro has pulled wine and condiments from their menu, replacing them with products that are made in Canada.
It can be difficult to track down online trolls: lawyer

It can be difficult to track down online trolls: lawyer

Police are investigating the claims, however, a lawyer tells 1310 NEWS it can be difficult to determine who is behind comments posted through fake accounts.
Amid team turmoil, Senators fan pens parody song reflecting on good times

Amid team turmoil, Senators fan pens parody song reflecting on good times

Adam Vrieling told The Rick Gibbons Show on 1310 NEWS, the lyrics came to him pretty easily.
Council approves formal leave of absence for councillor Jody Mitic

Council approves formal leave of absence for councillor Jody Mitic

Councillors Tim Tierney, Stephen Blais, and Bob Monette will handle administrative matters for Mitic's ward. Mitic is officially on a leave of absence, and it is unclear if he will return before the new term.
Police looking for trio after Carlington robbery

Police looking for trio after Carlington robbery

A man was also assaulted in the incident which happened about a month ago in a residential building.
Alcohol a factor in transport truck hit and run on Hwy 401

Alcohol a factor in transport truck hit and run on Hwy 401

OPP officers say the driver of a tractor trailer which slammed into a construction sign truck blew twice the legal limit.
Ottawa clothing company aiming to provide comfort for cancer patients

Ottawa clothing company aiming to provide comfort for cancer patients

Colleen Kanna, a cancer survivor, hopes her clothing line can help people who are going through cancer treatments like radiation and chemotherapy.
Deputy mayor Bob Monette not running for re-election

Deputy mayor Bob Monette not running for re-election

Monette says he had planned to run again, but changed his mind over the past few weeks, citing "family considerations."
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