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Canada's cyberspy agency may have broken privacy law, intelligence watchdog says

Canada's cyberspy agency may have broken privacy law, intelligence watchdog says

The national intelligence watchdog says Canada's cyberspy agency may have broken the law in disclosing personal information about Canadians.
City adds more COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinics for priority neighbourhoods

City adds more COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinics for priority neighbourhoods

The pop-up clinics start next week, but residents of priority neighbourhoods may be eligible for vaccination at the Bruyère Family Medicine Centre as well.
Barrhaven councillor Jan Harder violated city's code of conduct: integrity commissioner

Barrhaven councillor Jan Harder violated city's code of conduct: integrity commissioner

The commissioner says Harder should lose her chair on the city's planning committee as a result of a "triangular" employment relationship that proved to be a conflict of interest.
Police searching for missing 13-year-old north of Brockville

Police searching for missing 13-year-old north of Brockville

Officers are unsure which direction Alora was travelling.
No vaccine waste in Ottawa despite close to 400 daily appointment no-shows

No vaccine waste in Ottawa despite close to 400 daily appointment no-shows

Ottawa's general manager of emergency and protective services says the number of no-shows is growing, but it's mostly due to residents rescheduling their appointments and not having their old ones cancelled.
Suspect identified in Baseline Road indecent acts

Suspect identified in Baseline Road indecent acts

Police say their investigation is ongoing.
Ford shuffles cabinet, brings back minister who violated travel guidance

Ford shuffles cabinet, brings back minister who violated travel guidance

Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MPP John Yakabuski is out as minister of natural resources, while Kanata-Carleton's Merrillee Fullerton changes roles.
Ottawa police establish tip-line after two more cats killed in west Ottawa neighbourhood

Ottawa police establish tip-line after two more cats killed in west Ottawa neighbourhood

Anyone with information about these investigations is asked to call the new tip-line at 613-236-1222, ext. 5760.
UPDATE: Eastbound Highway 417 reopened in Kanata after police operation

UPDATE: Eastbound Highway 417 reopened in Kanata after police operation

Two westbound lanes had also been closed.
Ottawa parents calling on Ontario to implement fall school plan well before September

Ottawa parents calling on Ontario to implement fall school plan well before September

Attendees at the 'Speak Up For Kids' rally want to see kids back in classrooms this fall.
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