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Redblacks sign kicker Lewis Ward to two-year deal

Redblacks sign kicker Lewis Ward to two-year deal

Ward's deal will keep the kicker with the Canadian Football League organization through 2024. 
First early bird winner of 2022-2023 Snowsuit Fund 50/50 draw revealed

First early bird winner of 2022-2023 Snowsuit Fund 50/50 draw revealed

Harry Jutila received the good news in a call from CityNews Ottawa on the morning of Dec. 9. 
Pfizer working on combined flu, COVID-19 mRNA vaccine

Pfizer working on combined flu, COVID-19 mRNA vaccine

American regulators have given Pfizer and BioNTech early-stage approval to fast-track a single-dose vaccine candidate that would target the flu virus and work to protect against an Omicron variant strain.
Healthcare the focus as Canada's premiers meet

Healthcare the focus as Canada's premiers meet

The leaders are expected to push for an increase in federal funding, as children’s hospitals across the country are overwhelmed by what has been referred to as a tripledemic.
Hawkesbury OPP searching for porch pirate

Hawkesbury OPP searching for porch pirate

The Ontario Provincial Police has released photos of a vehicle and suspect in connection with porch thefts.
No injuries in early morning house fire in Hintonburg

No injuries in early morning house fire in Hintonburg

The fire was contained to the second floor of a home on Hamilton Avenue North and no surrounding homes were damaged.
PODCAST: Wake Up with Rob Snow - December 9, 2022

PODCAST: Wake Up with Rob Snow - December 9, 2022

Friday December 9, 2022
Senators push Stars to overtime, but fall as Seguin nets winner

Senators push Stars to overtime, but fall as Seguin nets winner

Derick Brassard, Thomas Chabot and Travis Hamonic scored for the Senators.
Man violently assaulted on LRT train near Rideau Station: source

Man violently assaulted on LRT train near Rideau Station: source

In a tweet, OC Transpo said it was aware of a serious incident that occurred on O-Train Line 1, but offered few other details.
House committee says victims should be able to opt out of publication bans

House committee says victims should be able to opt out of publication bans

Witnesses at the House of Commons justice committee said that publication bans are essential and should be available to victims who want them in place — so long as they are consulted first. 
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