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Château Laurier addition one step closer to construction after committee approval

Château Laurier addition one step closer to construction after committee approval

A motion will next come before city council.
About 2,400 Ontario public servants take province's voluntary buyout

About 2,400 Ontario public servants take province's voluntary buyout

More than 3,300 workers applied for the buyouts but officials say not all were accepted in order to maintain government service levels.
Ottawa man facing charges in two carjackings

Ottawa man facing charges in two carjackings

Officers made an arrest after a carjacking Sunday, and then arrested the same suspect after an incident Thursday.
Councillor concerned information being withheld about OC Transpo overtime

Councillor concerned information being withheld about OC Transpo overtime

"I'm told you're paying ten hour shifts for three hours of work," Gloucester-Southgate Councillor Diane Deans asked city staff. "Is that the case?"
Cyclist struck in Old Ottawa East

Cyclist struck in Old Ottawa East

A woman in her 40s suffered injuries to her arms and face.
No injuries reported after Barrhaven carjacking

No injuries reported after Barrhaven carjacking

A suspect was arrested nearby.
Rideau-Vanier city councillor now asking for repeal of Salvation Army shelter

Rideau-Vanier city councillor now asking for repeal of Salvation Army shelter

The battle over the controversial shelter reignited this week when councillor Mathieu Fleury learned the charity didn't own the land along Montreal Road.
ByWard Market murder suspect back in court

ByWard Market murder suspect back in court

Donald Musselman, 18, is accused of killing Markland Campbell, 41.
Overnight dispute at Greely construction company

Overnight dispute at Greely construction company

A man, armed with a small knife, was eventually apprehended and taken into custody under the Mental Health Act.
'One of the most ridiculous motions I've ever seen:' Ottawa mayor slams transit fare reduction idea

'One of the most ridiculous motions I've ever seen:' Ottawa mayor slams transit fare reduction idea

"The very principle of fairness would suggest that we should not be charging full fares for a partial or unreliable system," Gloucester-Southgate Councillor Diane Deans told her council colleagues.
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