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Ottawa Public Health issues first frostbite advisory of the season

Ottawa Public Health issues first frostbite advisory of the season

Environment Canada predicts the temperature could reach -17 C overnight, with a wind chill below -25 C.
Sex abuse victim confronts Ottawa's public school board, demands answers

Sex abuse victim confronts Ottawa's public school board, demands answers

The board's director of education has publicly apologized for harm done to former students as a result of sex abuse dating back to the 1970's.
Trevor Noah adds second Ottawa show

Trevor Noah adds second Ottawa show

The comedian will now be performing two sets on January 25.
50 tickets for distracted driving handed out in two day blitz

50 tickets for distracted driving handed out in two day blitz

Officers say 24 of those tickets were handed out on Tuesday night alone. 
New Centretown diner offers comfort food in mini portions

New Centretown diner offers comfort food in mini portions

Midweek Mugging: Pudgyboy's Diner opened on Bank Street in November and is offering mini-sized options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Ottawa mayor accused of trolling on social media

Ottawa mayor accused of trolling on social media

Jim Watson responded to criticism regarding the LRT project with insults against a former talk show host.
E. coli outbreak prompting romaine lettuce ban in Canada and U.S.

E. coli outbreak prompting romaine lettuce ban in Canada and U.S.

Over the last month, 18 people have fallen ill after eating romaine lettuce in Ontario and Quebec.
Possible record-breaking low temperatures coming to Ottawa

Possible record-breaking low temperatures coming to Ottawa

Weather Network Meteorologist Doug Gillham is expecting temperatures to drop to -18 C a couple of times over the next 48 hours.
Talking this year's flu season, and the benefits of getting vaccinated (AUDIO)

Talking this year's flu season, and the benefits of getting vaccinated (AUDIO)

Dr. Paul Roumeliotis tells Rick Gibbons, he's happy to see there's been an increase in demand for flu shots across the province.
Councillor frustrated some rentals, condos still not repaired after tornadoes

Councillor frustrated some rentals, condos still not repaired after tornadoes

There are still homes in the badly-hit Trend-Arlington neighbourhood where roofs are covered by tarps.
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