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Gatineau police investigate suspicious death in Hull

Gatineau police investigate suspicious death in Hull

One person was found dead after police conducted a wellness check at a Hull apartment.
Freeland hints at potential hotel quarantines for returning travellers

Freeland hints at potential hotel quarantines for returning travellers

In New Zealand, which had 64 active COVID-19 cases as of Monday, passengers head straight to a "managed isolation facility" — a hotel — if they have no symptoms or a "quarantine facility" if they do.
NCC prefers Wellington Street option for STO tramway connection to O-Train

NCC prefers Wellington Street option for STO tramway connection to O-Train

The STO is now expected to move forward with a comparative analysis and submit its final recommendations to the City of Gatineau.
Ford government extends state of emergency, stay-at-home orders

Ford government extends state of emergency, stay-at-home orders

A declaration of emergency is enforced “to ensure that necessary measures and restrictions can be put in place to keep Ontarians safe and immediately respond to the ongoing threat of COVID-19.”
48 new COVID-19 cases in Ottawa, while local active case number continues to drop

48 new COVID-19 cases in Ottawa, while local active case number continues to drop

The City of Ottawa has now administered 23,883 of the 25,350 COVID-19 vaccines it's received.
Hand sanitizers labelled as 'Anti-Microbe' being recalled, may pose health risks: federal government

Hand sanitizers labelled as 'Anti-Microbe' being recalled, may pose health risks: federal government

Young children, adolescents, and people with skin conditions like eczema are particularly at risk of side effects involving frequent use.
OPP identifies driver in fatal snowmobile collision in Ingleside

OPP identifies driver in fatal snowmobile collision in Ingleside

Officers continue to investigate the incident.
Residents of Trump Avenue being consulted about possible street name change

Residents of Trump Avenue being consulted about possible street name change

River Ward City Councillor Riley Brockington says he's been asked about the street name many times over the years.
<b>Remember This?</b> Ottawa's last presentation of debutantes

Remember This? Ottawa's last presentation of debutantes

At the last official presentation of Ottawa debutantes, five young girls were presented to Governor General Vincent Massey, in the context of gala charity dinner and ball hosted by La Ligue de la Jeunesse Feminine.
Provincial police say they can't lay charges in relation to Randy Hillier Christmas gathering photo

Provincial police say they can't lay charges in relation to Randy Hillier Christmas gathering photo

The Independent MPP has drawn criticism for contravening public health rules during Ontario's province-wide lockdown.
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