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City issues overnight parking ban

City issues overnight parking ban

Continued snowfall has caused the City to issue an overnight parking ban in effect between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m.
Community policing 'has never gone away,' chief insists

Community policing 'has never gone away,' chief insists

New members of the city's police services board have expressed a desire to return to the community policing model used until 2017.
Winning Lotto 6/49 ticket sold in Orleans

Winning Lotto 6/49 ticket sold in Orleans

A group of ten from eastern Ontario and west Quebec won over $1-million.
Ottawa Police Service presents $18-million budget

Ottawa Police Service presents $18-million budget

The police service says it needs an extra 5.1 per cent, to hire more officers and get more existing officers trained in the Guns and Gangs Unit.
Double-decker bus catches fire at Queensway station

Double-decker bus catches fire at Queensway station

OC Transpo detoured all buses from the westbound Transitway at Queensway station as a result of the fire.
Elderly pedestrian killed after crash in south Ottawa

Elderly pedestrian killed after crash in south Ottawa

Police are notifying the next of kin before releasing any further details about the victim.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Snow today accumulating to 5 cm. Windy with a high of -3 and a windchill of -19 in the morning.
Snowy blast cancels flights, covers roads

Snowy blast cancels flights, covers roads

Snow falling off-and-on through Tuesday and into the evening could push the total amount of snowfall to as high as 12 centimetres.
Carleton U students enraged over false alarm about attacker on campus

Carleton U students enraged over false alarm about attacker on campus

They wish the school had warned them Campus Safety would be looking into their Emergency Alert System.
Ottawa city council being asked to do more for low-income families in 2019

Ottawa city council being asked to do more for low-income families in 2019

That includes implementing rules which would guarantee more affordable housing, and better access to public transit.
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