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Early data suggests historically low voter turnout in federal election

Early data suggests historically low voter turnout in federal election

The last time voter turnout was this low was in 2008, when just over 58 per cent of eligible voters cast their ballot.
OPP looking for federal offender known to frequent Ottawa and Montreal

OPP looking for federal offender known to frequent Ottawa and Montreal

Laveaux Francois is serving time for conspiracy and drug trafficking charges, among other offences.
Case of eastern Ontario doctor accused of murdering patient adjourned to November

Case of eastern Ontario doctor accused of murdering patient adjourned to November

Dr. Brian Nadler received bail in early July.
Arrest made after six knifepoint robberies at the same business on Walkley Road

Arrest made after six knifepoint robberies at the same business on Walkley Road

The accused is set to appear in court on Wednesday.
Bystander pulls driver from vehicle sinking in St. Lawrence River

Bystander pulls driver from vehicle sinking in St. Lawrence River

Provincial police have contacted the woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, and thanked her for her lifesaving efforts.
CN train derails west of Kingston

CN train derails west of Kingston

No injuries were reported.
Rainfall warning in effect for Ottawa and Smiths Falls; up to 100 mm of rain possible

Rainfall warning in effect for Ottawa and Smiths Falls; up to 100 mm of rain possible

Showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected to continue until the weather system moves out of the region Friday morning.
Ottawa mayor pushing for one month of free transit for December

Ottawa mayor pushing for one month of free transit for December

Jim Watson says the money needed to cover the cost of free transit would come from funds that would have gone to the Rideau Transit Group.
Ottawa murder mystery theatre company forced to reinvent itself

Ottawa murder mystery theatre company forced to reinvent itself

When COVID forced theatres to close, Pete Dillon responded. "If the audience can't go to the theatre, we'll bring the theatre to them."
Ontario website to download proof of COVID-19 vax temporarily shutdown on first day of mandate

Ontario website to download proof of COVID-19 vax temporarily shutdown on first day of mandate

The province's vaccine certificate system takes effect Wednesday -- meaning those without two shots will no longer have access to restaurants, bars, gyms, and more.
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