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Annual CHEO Sing Out continues to raise money online despite 2021 cancellation

Annual CHEO Sing Out continues to raise money online despite 2021 cancellation

The event hopes to be back at its usual Lone Star location in February 2022.
Ottawa's big box stores target of weekend government inspection blitz

Ottawa's big box stores target of weekend government inspection blitz

The move is to make sure big stores are complying with the Ontario government's orders, a move the government says is to help curb high COVID-19 numbers in the province.
UPDATED: Ottawa approaching triple digit daily COVID-19 numbers again; Ontario on fourth day of recording cases in 2,000s

UPDATED: Ottawa approaching triple digit daily COVID-19 numbers again; Ontario on fourth day of recording cases in 2,000s

New deaths have also declined across the province as 52 have been reported, down from 82 that were reported on Friday. Three of those dates, however, are from Ottawa.
Court rejects 2019 Westboro bus crash class-action lawsuit

Court rejects 2019 Westboro bus crash class-action lawsuit

This lawsuit was just one of 22 formal statements of claim that have been issued in relation to the crash that happened two years ago.
Person suffers burns in late night Sawmill Creek row house fire

Person suffers burns in late night Sawmill Creek row house fire

The fire happened on Millstrean Way near Alanis Private just before midnight on Friday.
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Starbuck's ByWard Market location closing

Starbuck's ByWard Market location closing

The last day of operation for this location will be on January 31.
OPP arrest three for drug possession in Pembroke

OPP arrest three for drug possession in Pembroke

Among the drugs seized were morphine and magic mushrooms, as well as others.
UPDATE: Police asking drivers to avoid section of Merivale Road because of water main break

UPDATE: Police asking drivers to avoid section of Merivale Road because of water main break

Police say repairs to the section of the road will continue until the end of the day Friday.
Schools in Leeds, Greville, Lanark allowed to resume in-person learning, but not in EOHU region

Schools in Leeds, Greville, Lanark allowed to resume in-person learning, but not in EOHU region

The rates are still too high in the EOHU region to allow for in-person learning, the EOHU says, but the health unit is starting to see a downward trend. Meanwhile, students in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark can return but all grades must wear masks.
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