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$300M communications project to eliminate cellular dead zones in eastern Ontario

$300M communications project to eliminate cellular dead zones in eastern Ontario

The partnership with Rogers is set to create 3000 new jobs, with the construction of 300 new cellular towers and the upgrading of existing 300 towers.
OPP nab two street racers on Hwy 417 in Arnprior

OPP nab two street racers on Hwy 417 in Arnprior

Two 19-year-olds had their vehicles impounded and licences suspended.
Renfrew County's top doctor frustrated with provincial vaccination rollout

Renfrew County's top doctor frustrated with provincial vaccination rollout

Dr. Robert Cushman says the province is rolling out its plan based on the COVID status in large urban areas, and not simply focusing on seniors.
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark health unit putting some services on hold as COVID-19 transmission rises

Leeds, Grenville, Lanark health unit putting some services on hold as COVID-19 transmission rises

Breastfeeding, sexual health, and non-COVID immunization clinics are being cancelled.
Serious crash west of Perth sends one to hospital

Serious crash west of Perth sends one to hospital

Road blocks are set up on Bennett Lake Road near Old Burke Road as police continue to investigate.
Alcohol deemed a factor in Pembroke crash causing inline skater life-altering injuries

Alcohol deemed a factor in Pembroke crash causing inline skater life-altering injuries

Police say the skater had to be extricated from the vehicle after flying through its windshield.
Smiths Falls to honour Foulkes’ with $500K transformative project on town hall land

Smiths Falls to honour Foulkes’ with $500K transformative project on town hall land

The landscaping and building project encompasses the area between town hall and the public library.
Rideau Ferry Country Home declares COVID-19 outbreak

Rideau Ferry Country Home declares COVID-19 outbreak

The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit confirmed a case at the home Sunday afternoon.
Three new COVID-19 deaths in Ottawa as case numbers, hospitalizations drop

Three new COVID-19 deaths in Ottawa as case numbers, hospitalizations drop

Of the 1,791 new cases reported in Ontario on Sunday, about 4.8 per cent are located in Ottawa.
Four schools under Upper Canada District School Board confirm positive COVID-19 cases

Four schools under Upper Canada District School Board confirm positive COVID-19 cases

All schools remain open and operating, however.
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