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Group speaking out against national pharma plan

Group speaking out against national pharma plan

According to CORD, a national pharmacare plan would only make things worse for people suffering with rare diseases.
50 drivers charged in Upper Ottawa Valley distracted driving campaign

50 drivers charged in Upper Ottawa Valley distracted driving campaign

Provincial police held the blitz last week, focused on motorists who were using a cell phone while behind the wheel.
CAA's annual worst roads campaign begins

CAA's annual worst roads campaign begins

CAA will compile the long list of roads from across the province and present the top ten to local and provincial governments in effort to get the roads fixed.
City to consider expanded green bin program

City to consider expanded green bin program

The program could expand under a revised contract with Orga World, to include plastic bags and dog waste.
Cold, sunny start to spring for Ottawa

Cold, sunny start to spring for Ottawa

While astronomical spring arrives at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, the forecast calls for a cool day with a below-average high of just minus 1. 
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

There will be a high of zero today
City taking precautions against potential spring flooding

City taking precautions against potential spring flooding

A city briefing held Monday indicated that any possible flooding levels won't be as serious as 2017, but that there's still work being done just in case.
Police identify man turned in on sexual assault charge

Police identify man turned in on sexual assault charge

A 19-year-old is facing one count of sexual assault, and one count of break and enter a dwelling with intent.
Tempers flaring at Carleton picket line

Tempers flaring at Carleton picket line

There's no end to a strike in sight for picketers at Carleton University, and now union members are dealing with some frustrated drivers.
College's drum project to reinforce 'commitment to truth and reconciliation'

College's drum project to reinforce 'commitment to truth and reconciliation'

Faculty and students at Algonquin College are coming together, under the guidance of Indigenous Elders, to build ceremonial drums for each of its three campuses.
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