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Four different Jets score as Winnipeg beats the Ottawa Senators 4-1

Four different Jets score as Winnipeg beats the Ottawa Senators 4-1

Ottawa rookie Tim Stutzle and Winnipeg sniper Patrik Laine were out with injuries. 
What a President Biden means for Canadians

What a President Biden means for Canadians

On his first day in office, President Joe Biden cancelled a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, keeping a campaign promise to Americans but bitterly disappointing Albertans and many Canadian politicians.
Smiths Falls teen's newest YouTube series tackles hot button topics in the community

Smiths Falls teen's newest YouTube series tackles hot button topics in the community

A 17-year-old in Smiths Falls is the talk of the web after a video series she launched to raise awareness on a number of hot topics is taking hold of screens everywhere.
Delays to Canada's deliveries of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine doses keep getting worse

Delays to Canada's deliveries of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine doses keep getting worse

This is the third round of bad news that Canada has gotten regarding vaccine deliveries and supply in that past week.
33 sexual harassment, violence, discrimination complaints in eight months at Ottawa Police Service

33 sexual harassment, violence, discrimination complaints in eight months at Ottawa Police Service

The findings were presented Thursday at a police services board human resources committee meeting.
Nepean's Valley Stream Retirement home reports 10 COVID-19 deaths during outbreak

Nepean's Valley Stream Retirement home reports 10 COVID-19 deaths during outbreak

The home declared an outbreak on January 2, and since then 27 employees have also tested positive for the virus.
Ontario COVID-19 rates showing improvement, too soon to say if it's a trend: Yaffe

Ontario COVID-19 rates showing improvement, too soon to say if it's a trend: Yaffe

Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Ontario's Associate Medical Officer of Health says rates are on the decline for the first time in months. However, they are still high, she adds.
Pharmacies asking to be part of COVID-19 vaccinate rollout

Pharmacies asking to be part of COVID-19 vaccinate rollout

One thing holding them back at this point is their ability to house the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines at such cold temperatures, but the Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada says it could help once others such as Moderna become widely available.
Gov. Gen. Julie Payette is resigning after controversial tenure

Gov. Gen. Julie Payette is resigning after controversial tenure

While the Governor General is a largely symbolic position, it does have some constitutional importance, particularly during a minority government such as the one Canada has now.
City issues parking ban as Ottawa sees around 15 cm of snow

City issues parking ban as Ottawa sees around 15 cm of snow

The city says some of its vehicles may be able to access local neighbourhoods ahead of 10 p.m., so it is asking all residents who can, to remove their vehicles from the roadway. 
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