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Over 70 animals perished in Monday night fire at Aylmer shelter

Over 70 animals perished in Monday night fire at Aylmer shelter

Firefighters battling the flames Monday night were forced to retreat as the roof of the building collapsed.
$210-million lawsuit launched against uOttawa and doctor Nadon

$210-million lawsuit launched against uOttawa and doctor Nadon

A Toronto law firm is taking on a class action lawsuit against Vincent Nadon and the University of Ottawa.
Trillium Line repaired, but testing continues to delay service

Trillium Line repaired, but testing continues to delay service

Vandals cut signalling cable Tuesday morning. The Ottawa Police Service is investigating.
Perth searching for solutions in wake of Grenville Castings loss

Perth searching for solutions in wake of Grenville Castings loss

Hundreds of jobs will be lost, but one town councillor thinks new industry may be able to take over the building on South Street at Conlon Drive.
Ottawa residents to have say in air passenger rights

Ottawa residents to have say in air passenger rights

The Canadian Transportation Agency wants to know what local residents think should be included in a new act which would cover passengers when there are delays or cancellations in flights and more.
Truck crash close to Pembroke results in a charge

Truck crash close to Pembroke results in a charge

A transport lost control and ended up at the bottom of an embankment, spilling paint and fuel.
RCMP doesn't need 'fixing,' according to new commissioner

RCMP doesn't need 'fixing,' according to new commissioner

Brenda Lucki has been hired to modernize a police service that has struggled with sexual harassment within its ranks, and its treatment of Indigenous people.
<b> Midweek Mugging: </b> HeadQuarters combining two art forms

Midweek Mugging: HeadQuarters combining two art forms

HeadQuarters taking a hair salon and a restaurant and turning them into one business in the ByWard Market.
Police probe late night gunshots

Police probe late night gunshots

The shots were fired around 10:45 p.m. Tuesday near Bank Street and Albion Road.
Vandals disrupt O-Train service

Vandals disrupt O-Train service

The O-Train's Trillium line has been out of service since Tuesday morning.
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