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City of Ottawa demanding plan to fix light rail from Rideau Transit Group

City of Ottawa demanding plan to fix light rail from Rideau Transit Group

City council voted to issue RTG a notice of default, saying the company has not met the minimum standards of its contract.
Senators CEO dispute another ugly chapter as Dorion focuses on ‘The Plan’

Senators CEO dispute another ugly chapter as Dorion focuses on ‘The Plan’

Last week’s announced firing of new CEO Jim Little after 54 days on the job re-opened a lot of old wounds in the organization, which has a checkered record of hanging on to executives, to put it mildly.
Ontario elementary teachers to return to bargaining table on Wednesday

Ontario elementary teachers to return to bargaining table on Wednesday

ETFO first vice-president Karen Campbell warned Education Minister Stephen Lecce that the union expects his negotiators to return to talks with serious proposals.
FOUND: Police looking for 52-year-old woman, last seen in Britannia area

FOUND: Police looking for 52-year-old woman, last seen in Britannia area

Muguette Roy is believed to be on foot as her vehicle was recovered near the Bayshore Shopping Centre.
Ontario unveils new flooding strategy, but minister mum on funding

Ontario unveils new flooding strategy, but minister mum on funding

"Our strategy is not about funding," said Natural Resources Minister John Yakabuski. "This is the announcement of a strategy today. We'll be dealing with those things as the flood events take place."
Canada's top doctor warns against travelling on cruise ships over COVID-19

Canada's top doctor warns against travelling on cruise ships over COVID-19

The update comes as Canada prepares to repatriate 237 Canadians aboard a cruise ship that's expected to dock in California later Monday.
Ottawa's new professional rugby team to be known as the Aces

Ottawa's new professional rugby team to be known as the Aces

Like many other teams that call TD Place home, the club's colours are red and black.
Police searching for person after attempted break and enter in Orléans

Police searching for person after attempted break and enter in Orléans

It's believed a man tried to get into a home on Blackheath Street, but was unsuccessful and left.
<b>Remember This?</b> Canada's Sweetheart

Remember This? Canada's Sweetheart

The Canadian Press dubbed the St. Moritz Olympics the "Barbara Ann Scott Olympics." 
All eyes on Ontario teachers: some set for bargaining, others plan more strikes

All eyes on Ontario teachers: some set for bargaining, others plan more strikes

A key week in the contract talks between Ontario teachers and the government. Education Minister Stephen Lecce has said the ball is now in the unions' courts.
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