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Ashton Station Road silo fire deemed arson

Ashton Station Road silo fire deemed arson

The silo was completely engulfed when crews arrived at the scene Monday morning. 
Ottawa's Aboriginal Day Parade puts spotlight on Indigenous culture in Canada

Ottawa's Aboriginal Day Parade puts spotlight on Indigenous culture in Canada

Brenda Zonruiter, a Sixties Scoop survivor, said the parade makes her feel like she isn't alone anymore.
Election workers needed for this fall's municipal race

Election workers needed for this fall's municipal race

The City of Ottawa Elections Office is recruiting for a wide variety of positions.
Environment Canada issues hot weather alert for Ottawa and area

Environment Canada issues hot weather alert for Ottawa and area

Warm, humid airmass expected to move into southern Ontario on Sunday and Sunday night
Last intact forest corridor along Rideau now protected long-term

Last intact forest corridor along Rideau now protected long-term

Government funding and generous donations will help to preserve a local UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
Ottawa women's emergency shelter opens door to pets

Ottawa women's emergency shelter opens door to pets

Ottawa's first women's shelter will be the first shelter in the city to allow pets.
City Auditor: Inherited issues with Springhill landfill will cost city millions

City Auditor: Inherited issues with Springhill landfill will cost city millions

City has earned $6.3M in royalty payments. Cost to close and clean up Springhill could reach $8M.
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.
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