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Ottawa buzzing over word Amazon will open distribution warehouse in the east end

Ottawa buzzing over word Amazon will open distribution warehouse in the east end

City officials play close to the vest when it comes to rumours about the mail-order giant.
Police investigating homicide at Christian Science Reading Room

Police investigating homicide at Christian Science Reading Room

Elisabeth Salm, 59, identified as the victim in the Thursday assault
Prescott retirement home sexual assault under investigation

Prescott retirement home sexual assault under investigation

Two victims have come forward -- one of which was a resident at Green Acres Retirement Home.
Ottawa Humane Society dealing with cat drop off it calls 'disturbing'

Ottawa Humane Society dealing with cat drop off it calls 'disturbing'

A number of young kittens were found in cardboard boxes and crates, dropped off at the property of a pest control company.
Keep up with road closures for Ottawa Race Weekend

Keep up with road closures for Ottawa Race Weekend

Six races hit the streets of Ottawa and Gatineau this weekend. Road closures start as early as Friday.
Butterfly garden among projects, events, ideas on the mind of Jonathan Pitre's mother

Butterfly garden among projects, events, ideas on the mind of Jonathan Pitre's mother

Tina Boileau admits she's taking life one day at a time since her son's death, but those days have presented no shortage of things to do.
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Inna the bunny

Adopt Me: Inna the bunny

She is a playful girl who’d love a new home with lots of space to exercise
City aims to reduce plastic waste

City aims to reduce plastic waste

City staff will research ways to reduce plastic waste, but a city council motion did not include a ban on single-use straws.
Jewelry, cash stolen in Lowertown assault

Jewelry, cash stolen in Lowertown assault

Police are searching for two suspects wanted in connection to a violent robbery.
Royal swans return to the Rideau River for 51st anniversary

Royal swans return to the Rideau River for 51st anniversary

The royal swans tradition began in 1967 when six pairs of swans, gifted to Ottawa by the Queen, were released into the Rideau River. Since then, their descendants have been released into the river annually.
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