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Fire destroys home and garage in Greenboro neighbourhood

Fire destroys home and garage in Greenboro neighbourhood

Crews declared a 2-alarm blaze upon arrival at 72 Silverlace Private
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Mainly sunny today with light wind and a high of 18C
Shepherds of Good Hope rallying community to join in #TrashTag challenge this Earth Day

Shepherds of Good Hope rallying community to join in #TrashTag challenge this Earth Day

The not-for-profit will be cleaning up four blocks around its neighbourhood from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., April 22. 
GALLERY: Ottawa-Gatineau flooding 2019

GALLERY: Ottawa-Gatineau flooding 2019

Photos and videos from areas in Ottawa-Gatineau affected by the flood.
'I have two hands and I'm an able body:' neighbours helping neighbours as flood waters continue to rise

'I have two hands and I'm an able body:' neighbours helping neighbours as flood waters continue to rise

Despite it being a holiday, large groups of volunteers were in Cumberland on Easter Sunday to help fill sandbags.
Winning Lotto 6/49 ticket sold in Ottawa

Winning Lotto 6/49 ticket sold in Ottawa

A winning ticket sold in the Ottawa area worth $13.4-million for Saturday's draw.
Military deployed in Gatineau as state of emergency declared over flooding

Military deployed in Gatineau as state of emergency declared over flooding

Canadian Armed Forces are deploying in three regions across Quebec, officials say, as rising water levels continue to wreak havoc on the province after claiming a life.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Mainly cloudy with a chance of drizzle and a high of 16C
Six months after legalization, high prices and supply issues boost illicit pot market

Six months after legalization, high prices and supply issues boost illicit pot market

The vast majority of cannabis, or 79 per cent, was bought illegally in the fourth quarter, according to Statistics Canada, down from 90 per cent in the third quarter. 
'Time will tell:' Pontiac residents are hoping flood waters won't reach 2017 levels

'Time will tell:' Pontiac residents are hoping flood waters won't reach 2017 levels

With major flooding predicted this weekend and a state of emergency declared in the municipality, residents are hoping for the best.
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