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No school bus service for more than 2,300 Ottawa students; driver shortage likely to get worse

No school bus service for more than 2,300 Ottawa students; driver shortage likely to get worse

"We're sort of deeply horrified by the situation that we're in, but it can't be helped," said the general manager of the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority.
Ontario reports 213 new COVID-19 cases, 124 new resolved cases

Ontario reports 213 new COVID-19 cases, 124 new resolved cases

There are 37 new cases in Ottawa, 71 new cases in Toronto and 38 in Peel.      
Province launches website to help parents, students track COVID-19 cases in schools

Province launches website to help parents, students track COVID-19 cases in schools

The website will be updated every weekday at 10:30 a.m.
City of Ottawa officially unveils bridge in honour of former mayor Jackie Holzman

City of Ottawa officially unveils bridge in honour of former mayor Jackie Holzman

The Jackie Holzman Bridge connects the community of Wellington West and the Ottawa Civic Hospital.
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Back to school for some. Private learning pods for others.

Back to school for some. Private learning pods for others.

It's been a chaotic and eventful—and still not yet close to done—return to schools across Canada. A majority of parents have chosen to return their kids to the classroom. Other have opted for remote learning either by necessity or preference.
Small businesses report disconnection notices from Hydro Ottawa amidst COVID-19 economic uncertainty

Small businesses report disconnection notices from Hydro Ottawa amidst COVID-19 economic uncertainty

The challenges continue to pile up for small businesses as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the latest being possible hydro disconnection from Hydro Ottawa.
Donations to Ottawa Humane Society tripled until end of weekend

Donations to Ottawa Humane Society tripled until end of weekend

According to the animal welfare charity, PAW monthly donations and one-time gifts made towards the OHS will be tripled until September 13 to raise money for the city’s homeless animals.
OPP arrest three in Augusta on weapon and drug charges

OPP arrest three in Augusta on weapon and drug charges

Police arrested the trio and seized a sawed-off shotgun, ammunition, suspected cyst methamphetamine and other items associated with drug trafficking.
Walmart employee at Orleans location tests positive for COVID-19

Walmart employee at Orleans location tests positive for COVID-19

A spokesperson from the Canadian branch of Walmart confirmed the news Thursday, saying the employee works at the 3900 Innes Rd. location, at the corner of Mer-Bleue Rd. 
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