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Fatal fire in Clarence-Rockland deemed accidental

Fatal fire in Clarence-Rockland deemed accidental

The Ontario Fire Marshal is wrapping up its investigation of a Friday house fire.
OPP nab local highway stunt drivers

OPP nab local highway stunt drivers

Three men are charged after vehicles are caught going more than 50 and 60 km/hr over speed limit on local highways
Police conducting week-long school zone traffic blitz

Police conducting week-long school zone traffic blitz

It's back to school for students across the city so police are reminding you to be mindful and safe on the roads.
Clear, cold spring arrival for Ottawa

Clear, cold spring arrival for Ottawa

Spring officially arrives in Ottawa at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, and Jill is forecasting a sunny day with a high around minus 1.
Man suffers smoke inhalation in Sandy Hill apartment fire

Man suffers smoke inhalation in Sandy Hill apartment fire

A man in his 50's suffered smoke inhalation and paramedics also detected carbon monoxide in his blood. 
Woman stable after falling through ice of Ottawa River

Woman stable after falling through ice of Ottawa River

The 58-year-old woman had fallen through the ice while walking with her dogs and a nearby bystander was able to help get her out of the water after about five minutes.  
Strike continues for Carleton University support staff

Strike continues for Carleton University support staff

The strike continues at the entrances of campus on Bronson Avenue and Colonel By Drive.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Temperatures feel as cold as minus 27C this morning as a wind chill settles in
'MelnykOut' billboards rolling out across city Monday

'MelnykOut' billboards rolling out across city Monday

Four billboards for the #MelnykOut Sens fan campaign are going up Monday, set to stay up for two weeks, while a fifth billboard will go up for one week in April. 
Why we need a pharmacare plan for Canada’s chaotic world of drug prices

Why we need a pharmacare plan for Canada’s chaotic world of drug prices

Opinion: There are 19 drugs on the Canadian market that cost $50,000 or more per year—a national pharmacare plan could ease the burden.
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