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Reviewing and updating Ottawa's homelessness strategy

Reviewing and updating Ottawa's homelessness strategy

Deputy Mayor Mark Taylor is making a number of recommendations he thinks could make a real difference in curbing homelessness in Ottawa.
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Cinderella is looking for her castle (adopted)

Adopt Me: Cinderella is looking for her castle (adopted)

OttawaMatters, in partnership with the Ottawa Humane Society, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
No criminal charge for Trépanier

No criminal charge for Trépanier

A Radio-Canada reporter, arrested after trying to contact the head of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Outaouais, is not guilty of harassment.
Fire snarls traffic in downtown Ottawa

Fire snarls traffic in downtown Ottawa

Investigators are on the scene.
Arrest made in Gatineau robbery

Arrest made in Gatineau robbery

The Gatineau police's canine unit assisted in the early morning apprehension.
Nuclear problem bad, could get worse for Ottawa River

Nuclear problem bad, could get worse for Ottawa River

The Ottawa River Keeper is upset over nuclear waste being dumped into the tributary, as well as future plans for waste collection and storage at Chalk River Laboratories.
Fraud investigation leads to charge for former school administrator

Fraud investigation leads to charge for former school administrator

After the OCDSB questioned staff at Roberta Bondar Public School, the employee suspected of taking funds did not return to her position as the office administrator. 
Plans to combat racism laid out by Ottawa's police chief

Plans to combat racism laid out by Ottawa's police chief

Chief Charles Bordeleau talks progress being made over the last year, as well as initiatives that still need attention, following the Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Ottawa report.
Argument after crash leads to aggravated assault

Argument after crash leads to aggravated assault

A 28-year-old Ottawa tow truck driver is facing a charge after an altercation with a senior citizen.
FBI works with RCMP and local museum to return mammoth tusks

FBI works with RCMP and local museum to return mammoth tusks

After more than 50 years, a pair of mammoth tusks believed to have been discovered somewhere between Calgary and the Yukon border with Alaska, are back in Canada.
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