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Police charge Kingston man with 95 offences, seek additional victims

Por: Liisa Tuominen
Kingston Police and Ontario Provincial Police have laid an additional 19 charges, bringing the total to 95, and are seeking additional victims in the ongoing joint investigation called Project Shamrock. Read More
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Firefighters keep east-end balcony blaze, Kanata car fire from spreading into homes

Por: Megan Gillis
Firefighters doused a fire on balconies at an Everest Private condo building early Tuesday before the flames could spread into the units, Ottawa Fire Services said. Read More
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Four of five Outaouais seats go to Coalition Avenir Quebec, including Hull riding previously held by Liberals

Por: Jacquie Miller
Four of the five seats in the Outaouais region went to the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) as the party won a landslide victory in the provincial election on Monday. Read More
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Social Tango Project, Chineke! Orchestra and two classic rock performances heading to NAC in coming months

Por: Lynn Saxberg
Buoyed by the audience response to the fall season of arts programming, the National Arts Centre in Ottawa has announced the addition of dozens of new shows to its 2022-23 calendar Read More
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Mayoral candidate Sutcliffe promises transit fare freeze for at least year one, expanding on previous fare commitment

Por: Taylor Blewett
Mark Sutcliffe is promising to freeze transit fares at current levels for at least the first year of his mandate if elected mayor, extending the reach of a previous pledge in his transportation platform to maintain the current cost of the seniors' transit pass, the EquiPass for low-income residents and youth transit rates. Read More
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Farm Boy fined $90,000 following workplace injury at Orléans warehouse

Por: Doug Menary
Farm Boy has been fined $90,000 after a worker was injured at an Orléans warehouse in June 2021. Read More
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Johanis: There's no need to expand Ottawa's urban boundary anywhere

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The urban boundary is back in the news. Mayoral candidate Bob Chiarelli recently announced that he has written to the minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing requesting a further delay in approving Ottawa's new Official Plan until after the Oct. 24 municipal election. Read More
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Briones: Small-business owners must pay attention to Ottawa's municipal election

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
When I realized, as a regular constituent, the magnitude of this year’s municipal elections, I was drawn to them. But as a small-business owner, I also realize these elections are probably among the most important there have ever been in Ottawa. Read More
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Kitchissippi: Fitzgerald — Dreaming of good governance and making Ottawa a world-class city

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Kitchissippi: Stringer — Thoughts on intensification; and the Ottawa River

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Gloucester High School assault: Ottawa police charge six minors

Por: Matthew Lapierre
Ottawa police said on Monday they charged six minors with hate-motivated offenses tied to an assault near Gloucester High School. Read More
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Hirsh Spence: It's time to tackle ageism — no matter how old you are

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The United Nations International Day of Older Persons, an often-unacknowledged annual event, took place Oct. 1. It was first designated by the UN General Assembly in 1990, followed by the adoption of the UN Principles for Older Persons in 1991. In 2002, the Second World Assembly on Ageing adopted the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing, which was intended to respond to the opportunities and challenges of ageing in the 21st century. Read More
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Housing, livability top among issues raised in municipal election campaign in Somerset Ward

Por: Bruce Deachman
Dundonald Park, that postage stamp-sized meeting place for all kinds of humanity, might well be the perfect microcosm to encapsulate the Somerset Ward in which it sits. Read More
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Gruenwoldt: Canada needs a robust plan for children's health

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
Last week, families in Ottawa were once again cautioned about lengthy waits for emergency care at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Read More
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Somerset: Troster — It’s time to rethink community safety

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Somerset: Russell — Downtown Ottawa ward is 'the future of Canadian politics'

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Rideau-Rockcliffe: Zanette — Diversity should be celebrated in Ottawa

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Rideau-Rockcliffe: Karwacki — Cooperation needed between urban and rural councillors

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Today's letters: What next on reconciliation?

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
Reconciliation: Where do we go from here? Read More
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New book reveals macabre story of First World War soldiers' body parts collected for museum

Por: Blair Crawford
When Canada's Unknown Soldier was repatriated from France in 1995, it took years of planning and negotiations before the body of the anonymous First World War soldier was brought to Ottawa, where he lay in state on Parliament Hill for three days before being entombed at the National War Memorial. Read More
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Update: Post-Panda crowd sees seven arrests; police seek video evidence of 'unacceptable' behaviour

Por: Bruce Deachman
Seven people were arrested and investigations are underway after large crowds gathered in Sandy Hill Saturday night following the day's Panda Game, with police remaining in the neighbourhood into the early hours of Sunday. Read More
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Man, 28, charged in two unprovoked attacks on women

Por: Norman Provencher
Ottawa police have charged a 28-year-old Ottawa main in connection with two assaults on women on Sept. 13 and Sept. 16. Read More
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Telford: Homelessness for women and gender-diverse People in Ottawa is getting worse

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
“I’m sorry, we don’t have any beds at the moment.” It’s a phrase I say over and over throughout the day. I offer the caller other numbers at which to seek shelter, only to hear that those shelters are also full or they don’t feel safe going there. I had to turn away nearly 40 women from our shelter one recent week alone. Read More
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An Ottawa sepsis survivor who lost three limbs pays it forward by helping others

Por: Andrew Duffy
Nine years after losing three of her limbs to a life-threatening bout of sepsis, Ottawa's Christine Caron is devoted to helping others cope with the often painful aftermath of the same condition. Read More
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Pedestrian killed Friday night when struck by vehicle on Walkley Road

Por: Norman Provencher
Ottawa police confirmed that a pedestrian was killed Friday night after he was struck by a vehicle on Walkley Road. Read More
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Former senator Don Meredith, 58, charged with sexual assault, criminal harassment

Por: Norman Provencher
Ottawa police said Saturday they have charged a Toronto man with three counts of sexual assault and of criminal harassment. Read More
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Rideau-Vanier: Boutaleb — Let's fix the historic 'heart' of Ottawa

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Rideau-Vanier: Plante — Yes, the City of Ottawa can help address the doctor shortage

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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Rideau-Vanier: Shantz — Ottawa should be an accessible city for everyone

Por: Christina Spencer, Ottawa Citizen
The Citizen invited candidates in the Oct. 24 municipal election to share their thoughts: Read More
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