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Fraser on Howard accusations, 'Sometimes people do and say strange things'

Fraser on Howard accusations, 'Sometimes people do and say strange things'

The Liberal Party candidate for Ottawa South calls claims by the riding's PC contender 'bizarre.' The Conservative candidate refuses to comment. 
Easier access to Parliament Hill the main concern for Canada Day 2018

Easier access to Parliament Hill the main concern for Canada Day 2018

Lights and Arkells are named as the headlining musical acts, while officials say it won't take residents and visitors nearly as long to make their way onto the hill.
Late night Gatineau Park crash claims two lives

Late night Gatineau Park crash claims two lives

RCMP investigators believe speed was a factor.
Fire crews tackle three-alarm fire in Barrhaven

Fire crews tackle three-alarm fire in Barrhaven

Around 40 people have been displaced as damage to the 16 units was extensive
Cyclists struck; drivers warned to be more vigilant

Cyclists struck; drivers warned to be more vigilant

As police pleaded with drivers to be more vigilant on the roads, Ottawa Paramedics tweeted a video also urging drivers to watch out for cyclists -- especially children.
Hot, humid day forecast for nation's capital

Hot, humid day forecast for nation's capital

Heat and humidity will be a definite factor Wednesday, as 1310 NEWS meteorologist Jill Taylor is forecasting a high around 30 C with a humidex of 36. 
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Temperatures rise to a high of 30C (26C with the humidex) under mainly sunny skies today
East end church missing a bell, taken by crafty thieves

East end church missing a bell, taken by crafty thieves

A piece of the cast iron bell was left behind on the lawn of the Trinity Anglican Church
Low-income, mental health issues take focus at Ottawa-Vanier debate

Low-income, mental health issues take focus at Ottawa-Vanier debate

In the elegant neighbourhood of Rockcliffe Park, candidates in Ottawa-Vanier gathered to discuss issues ranging from a proposed homeless shelter to mental health treatment.
Local schools face nearly $1-billion in disrepair

Local schools face nearly $1-billion in disrepair

Stats released by the Ontario Ministry of Education show Ottawa area schools are in desperate need of repairs, which an advocacy group blames on a chronic lack of funding from the provincial government.
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