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Ottawa's No Peace Until Justice march, in photos

Ottawa's No Peace Until Justice march, in photos

Trudeau joins Ottawa anti-racism protest

Trudeau joins Ottawa anti-racism protest

Thousands joined the demonstration, beginning with speeches and tributes at Parliament Hill before a march through downtown Ottawa.
Racism is also a public health threat: Ottawa Public Health

Racism is also a public health threat: Ottawa Public Health

Ottawa's medial officer of health did not tell people to stay away from Friday's march, with the local health unit instead taking a harm reduction approach.
Two Ottawa-area drive-ins reopening for season

Two Ottawa-area drive-ins reopening for season

Safety measures have been put in place at the Port Elmsley Drive-In and the Skylight Drive-In, with one owner stressing that visitors travelling in the same vehicle should be from the same household.
Ontario lifts restrictions, reopens short-term rentals starting today

Ontario lifts restrictions, reopens short-term rentals starting today

Lodges, cabins, cottages, homes, condominiums and bed-and-breakfast rentals are all included in the reopening.
'I don't think people can last much longer': CanAge on why it's time to open up LTC homes to family caregivers

'I don't think people can last much longer': CanAge on why it's time to open up LTC homes to family caregivers

According to the advocacy organization, the health of older adults in long-term care homes continues to decline as their family caregivers remain shut out of the facilities as part of COVID-19 infection control measures implemented by the provincial government.
Ottawa beaches safe for swimming come July, City says

Ottawa beaches safe for swimming come July, City says

The only beach that will not be open will be Britannia, as it is scheduled to undergo major work to improve the quality of the area.
Ottawa Senators Foundation and hockey club set to split after 22 years

Ottawa Senators Foundation and hockey club set to split after 22 years

The charity's current contract with Capital Sports and Entertainment Inc. expires on July 31.
Special payments to seniors to arrive in early July, Liberals say

Special payments to seniors to arrive in early July, Liberals say

Seniors who already receive benefits won't have to apply for the special payment.
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Suzie can be shy at times

Adopt Me: Suzie can be shy at times

She would do best in a mature, calm household
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