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Part-time uOttawa professors concerned about 'rush back' to campus

Part-time uOttawa professors concerned about 'rush back' to campus

Before a return to in-person learning happens, the Association of Part-Time Professors says it has some health and safety demands it wants the university to meet first.
Arrest made in 32-year-old Arnprior woman’s death

Arrest made in 32-year-old Arnprior woman’s death

Renfrew OPP arrested a man in his 30s shortly after the incident on January 4.
Senators GM Dorion: Injuries, COVID will make for 'a stronger team down the road'

Senators GM Dorion: Injuries, COVID will make for 'a stronger team down the road'

The Senators and New York Islanders were the hardest hit by COVID-19 early on.
Ottawa labour council says frustration, sadness remain in wake of Eastway Tank explosion

Ottawa labour council says frustration, sadness remain in wake of Eastway Tank explosion

"Because it was more dangerous than a lot of other places, those specific requirements under the Act and under regulations become so much more important," said the president of the Ottawa and District Labour Council.
LISTEN: Calgary man looking for Ottawa paramedics who saved his life after 1994 stabbing

LISTEN: Calgary man looking for Ottawa paramedics who saved his life after 1994 stabbing

"I had 13 wounds and a punctured lung. One missed my heart by a half-an-inch. I'm pretty lucky," said Dave Murphy.
Omicron may be peaking but COVID-19 isn't done with us yet: Tam

Omicron may be peaking but COVID-19 isn't done with us yet: Tam

She says there remains an immense strain on the country's health system.
Extreme cold continues into Saturday across Ottawa

Extreme cold continues into Saturday across Ottawa

Environment Canada expects wind chill values around -35 degrees Celsius.
Ottawa police searching for suspect in Sandy Hill robbery

Ottawa police searching for suspect in Sandy Hill robbery

Officers say the suspect walked into a Laurier Avenue business, demanded money and left on foot.
Five new COVID-related deaths reported in Ottawa as hospitalizations steady across Ontario

Five new COVID-related deaths reported in Ottawa as hospitalizations steady across Ontario

"There [are] still a lot of people in the hospital but it doesn’t seem to be getting worse," said infectious diseases specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch. "Which probably means that cases have been on the decline for maybe a week."
Shipments of COVID-fighting drug Paxlovid arriving at Ottawa hospitals

Shipments of COVID-fighting drug Paxlovid arriving at Ottawa hospitals

Queensway Carleton Hospital hopes the oral treatment will be available for eligible residents as soon as next week.
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