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Ottawa firefighters responding to a significant number of waterway rescue calls

Ottawa firefighters responding to a significant number of waterway rescue calls

Local emergency crews wants to remind residents to stay off ice, and keep their dogs on leashes near waterways.
<b>Remember This?</b> Eugène Larment: The last man hanged in Ottawa

Remember This? Eugène Larment: The last man hanged in Ottawa

Looking back at the life of the last man to ever be hanged in Ottawa, and the circumstances which lead to his death.
Ottawa man killed in early morning crash

Ottawa man killed in early morning crash

A 27-year-old man died following a single vehicle accident on highway 416 near Roger Stevens Drive.
Senators confirm they will hire new president of hockey operations

Senators confirm they will hire new president of hockey operations

General manager Pierre Dorion is going to get some help rebuilding the Ottawa Senators.
A brief stop for coffee at the first annual Ottawa Coffee Festival

A brief stop for coffee at the first annual Ottawa Coffee Festival

Over a dozen roasters and thousands of people came to Lansdowne on Saturday for a day full of caffeine, caffeine, and more caffeine.
Local MPP sends letter correcting comments about Abdirahman Abdi case

Local MPP sends letter correcting comments about Abdirahman Abdi case

The Ottawa Police Association wrote an open letter to NDP MPP Joel Harden, asking him to 'correct' comments made this week at Queen's Park about the Abdirahman Abdi case.
Elderly man in critical condition following incident on Mackenzie King Bridge

Elderly man in critical condition following incident on Mackenzie King Bridge

According to police, a 68-year-old man sustained life threatening injuries as a result of a fall and is currently in hospital in critical but stable condition.
Doug Ford ducks protestors on the way to spaghetti dinner

Doug Ford ducks protestors on the way to spaghetti dinner

Ford was in town for a spaghetti dinner at the Walter Baker Sports Centre in Barrhaven.
All of Ottawa’s cannabis stores get green light from AGCO

All of Ottawa’s cannabis stores get green light from AGCO

The stores can begin selling cannabis as early as April 1.
Melnyk: We want to identify 'real' Senators fans

Melnyk: We want to identify 'real' Senators fans

"The key for us is, first of all, to identify who's a Senators fan and (who's) not," Melnyk said when asked how he plans to win back Ottawa fans who have lost faith in the team's ownership group.
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