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Protesters march for freedom as larger crowds celebrate Canada Day in Ottawa

Protesters march for freedom as larger crowds celebrate Canada Day in Ottawa

Plans for a full day of protest events alongside Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa caused only minimal disruptions Friday as a few hundred people marched through downtown to voice their opposition to the federal government and public health restrictions.
Police seeking public's help in locating missing teen

Police seeking public's help in locating missing teen

The OPS is concerned for her safety and she is known to frequent areas in South Keys, Carling Avenue, Hunt Club Road and Riverside Drive.
Trudeau, ministers bid to reclaim flag from freedom protesters in Canada Day speeches

Trudeau, ministers bid to reclaim flag from freedom protesters in Canada Day speeches

Thousands of celebrants who flocked to the national capital for Canada Day festivities heard an impassioned appeal for unity on Friday as the Prime Minister urged them to reclaim the Maple Leaf as a national symbol.
Governor General calls on Canadians to work toward inclusive society on Canada Day

Governor General calls on Canadians to work toward inclusive society on Canada Day

Gov. Gen. Mary Simon says Canadians should work together to build an inclusive society in her official message to the nation to mark Canada Day.
Canada to ban import of dogs from countries considered at high risk for rabies

Canada to ban import of dogs from countries considered at high risk for rabies

The animals considered “commercial dogs” include those for foster, adoption, resale, breeding, show or exhibition, and research, and there’s more than 100 countries on the list to be “at high-risk for dog rabies.”
One person dies in west end collision

One person dies in west end collision

The incident took place just before 11 a.m. on July 1 at the intersection of Merivale Road and Baseline Road.
"COVID is not going away": Dr. Robert Cushman

"COVID is not going away": Dr. Robert Cushman

The acting medical officer of health for the Renfrew County and District Health urges people to get whatever vaccine they are eligible for.
Shortage of specialized infant formula to continue through summer: Health Canada

Shortage of specialized infant formula to continue through summer: Health Canada

Health Canada says the nationwide shortage of specialized baby formula is expected to continue throughout the summer.
Mayor Watson testifies at LRT inquiry

Mayor Watson testifies at LRT inquiry

The focus of Mayor Watson's testimony was around the lack of information shared with other councillors on the issues with the testing for the launch of Ottawa's LRT system. 
Police, heavy security greet protests and celebrations alike in downtown Ottawa

Police, heavy security greet protests and celebrations alike in downtown Ottawa

Downtown Ottawa is once again awash in red and white and crowded with people draped in the Maple Leaf.
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