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Boil water advisory in place for Town of Renfrew

Boil water advisory in place for Town of Renfrew

With the advisory in place, the local health unit says residents should either boil their water or use commercially bottled water until further notice.
<b>Remember This?</b> Caplan's

Remember This? Caplan's

A Rideau Street staple from 1916 until the building's demolition in 2003.
Fire damages main chalet at Mont Cascades resort in Cantley

Fire damages main chalet at Mont Cascades resort in Cantley

The fire happened early Sunday morning.
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Ottawa COVID-19 hospitalizations back to zero as health unit confirms five new cases city-wide

Ottawa COVID-19 hospitalizations back to zero as health unit confirms five new cases city-wide

Residents being tested for COVID-19 are seeing positive results 0.5 per cent of the time.
Ontario in ‘critical’ period to use up Moderna shots, pharmacists group says

Ontario in ‘critical’ period to use up Moderna shots, pharmacists group says

Justin Bates said a slowdown in Ontario's vaccine rollout and the public's preference for the Pfizer-BioNTech shot have made it difficult for pharmacists to use up the Moderna doses.
Penny Oleksiak makes history as Canada swims to bronze in medley relay

Penny Oleksiak makes history as Canada swims to bronze in medley relay

Oleksiak swam the anchor freestyle leg into the history books as the most decorated Olympian in Canadian history.
Little-known Canadian Blood Services rule requires people to be able to read, speak English before donating

Little-known Canadian Blood Services rule requires people to be able to read, speak English before donating

According to Canadian Blood Services, due to the vast number of languages spoken within Canada, they aren’t able to provide interpreters, unless a booking is made for a group of 20 or more donors.
"Not a coincidence:" Indigenous leaders praise historic election victories by women

"Not a coincidence:" Indigenous leaders praise historic election victories by women

"The communities are asking for change and how do you get that change? Well, women come forward with a different perspective," said Lynne Groulx, CEO of the Native Women's Association of Canada.
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