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Karlsson speaks on death of son

Karlsson speaks on death of son

A day after the Ottawa Senators issued a statement on the absence of its team captain, Erik Karlsson releases words of his own on the death of his child, Axel Michael Karlsson.
Suspect in a number of Ottawa robberies, arrested

Suspect in a number of Ottawa robberies, arrested

Ottawa police believe one man may be connected to seven different robberies, break-ins and thefts, which happened in different parts of the city.
Ottawa group asking city to consider different changes to its green bin program

Ottawa group asking city to consider different changes to its green bin program

Waste Watch Ottawa doesn't think proposed changes to Ottawa's green bin program go far enough.
Kingston woman accused of assaulting cheating husband with guitar, boiling water

Kingston woman accused of assaulting cheating husband with guitar, boiling water

Police said the woman found her spouse at the home of a mutual friend on Monday, and struck him several times with a guitar. Then, when other people inside the home tried to remove her, she picked up a pot of boiling water and threw it at her husband. 
Kathleen Wynne is the least popular premier in Canada: survey

Kathleen Wynne is the least popular premier in Canada: survey

The survey by Angus Reid finds that the premier of Ontario is sitting at a 19 per cent approval rating, down one per cent from last quarter.
CUPE march planned at Carleton University

CUPE march planned at Carleton University

As strike action continues, the union representing the school's teaching assistants, CUPE 4600, will join CUPE 2424 workers on the pickets lines as a show of solidarity.
Uber suspends self-driving car tests after pedestrian death

Uber suspends self-driving car tests after pedestrian death

The testing has been going on for months in the Phoenix area, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto as automakers and technology companies compete to be the first with the technology.
One person suffers burns in Orleans fire

One person suffers burns in Orleans fire

One female suffered burns in the fire, and was treated by paramedics and taken to hospital. 
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

A low of minus 9C is expected tonight
Cool temperatures linger for first full day of spring

Cool temperatures linger for first full day of spring

The good news is the fact that we have no snow in the long-term forecast, but the below-average temperatures are sticking around. 
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