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Gloucester fire displaces four

Gloucester fire displaces four

The fire started in the basement of a row house on Ogilvie Road, Tuesday afternoon.
Smiths Falls to remove free-flowing right turn lane at Beckwith and Elmsley streets

Smiths Falls to remove free-flowing right turn lane at Beckwith and Elmsley streets

An hour-and-a-half of debate ended with the decision to remove the free-flowing lane for southbound drivers on Elmsley Street North, turning right onto Beckwith Street North.
Ontario could move to Step 2 of reopening early, but likely only by a few days

Ontario could move to Step 2 of reopening early, but likely only by a few days

Moving up the reopening would mean Step 2 comes into effect ahead of Canada Day.
Ottawa expands eligibility for COVID-19 vaccine appointments at community clinics

Ottawa expands eligibility for COVID-19 vaccine appointments at community clinics

Previously, the city was only offering shots to those in priority neighbourhoods.
Harder investigation, electric bus deal head to Ottawa city council

Harder investigation, electric bus deal head to Ottawa city council

Ottawa city council is set to debate a $986-million electric bus deal, as well as the integrity commissioner's report that recommends removing Barrhaven Councillor Jan Harder from the planning committee she's chaired since 2014.
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What do you do when you’ve been blamed for a Covid outbreak?

What do you do when you’ve been blamed for a Covid outbreak?

One year after being singled out—first by Premier Blaine Higgs, then by members of his own community—as "Patient Zero" for a New Brunswick Covid-19 outbreak, Dr. Jean-Robert Ngola is still putting his life back together.
'Toxicity' and 'obstructionism': Trudeau tells Canadians Parliament is dysfunctional

'Toxicity' and 'obstructionism': Trudeau tells Canadians Parliament is dysfunctional

The remarks came as a conversion therapy ban passed the house in a 263-63 split, with only Conservative MPs along with former party member and independent MP Derek Sloan voting against. 
Larger outdoor gatherings, relaxed mask and distancing measures coming to Outaouais region

Larger outdoor gatherings, relaxed mask and distancing measures coming to Outaouais region

Some local health restrictions are being eased on June 28, after provincial measures are relaxed on June 25.
'Vaccine shopping' causing delays in Eastern Ontario Health Unit rollout

'Vaccine shopping' causing delays in Eastern Ontario Health Unit rollout

"Why delay? The less you delay the faster we can get back to some of the things we've missed over the last 18 months," says Dr. Paul Roumeliotis, EOHU medical officer of health.
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