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Health unit warns of fake health inspector in Smiths Falls, Cardinal areas

Health unit warns of fake health inspector in Smiths Falls, Cardinal areas

The health unit says public health inspectors will never ask business owners to pay fees during an inspection and will never request payment information.
Ottawa's Lebanese community raises funds for Beirut explosion victims

Ottawa's Lebanese community raises funds for Beirut explosion victims

The money raised in Ottawa for explosion victims will go to hospitals in Lebanon, as well as the Lebanese Red Cross.
Positive COVID-19 test at City of Ottawa's Ben Franklin Place

Positive COVID-19 test at City of Ottawa's Ben Franklin Place

The employee was working at the Building Code Service's desk.
Employee at Kanata Sobeys tests positive for COVID-19

Employee at Kanata Sobeys tests positive for COVID-19

The grocer says it's since implemented all measures recommended by Ottawa Public Health.
Police investigating hit and run at Canadian Tire on Merivale Road

Police investigating hit and run at Canadian Tire on Merivale Road

A 19-year-old man is facing a number of charges.
Ottawa Public Health warns of COVID-19 phone scam

Ottawa Public Health warns of COVID-19 phone scam

The health unit says it will never ask for your credit card information to mail you a COVID-19 test.
Heron Road Food Basics employee tests positive for COVID-19

Heron Road Food Basics employee tests positive for COVID-19

The parent company of the store says the employee last worked July 26.
Two tornadoes confirmed in eastern Ontario

Two tornadoes confirmed in eastern Ontario

The first tornado touched down around 2:30 p.m., Sunday, in Camden East, a village about 30 kilometres northwest of Kingston.
COVID-19 conspiracies creating a 'public health crisis' in Canada, experts say

COVID-19 conspiracies creating a 'public health crisis' in Canada, experts say

Researchers say conspiracy theories about COVID-19 are spreading at an alarming rate across the country — and they warn misinformation shared online may lead to devastating consequences and push Canadians to shun important safety measures.
Hanging on: Coyote Rock Gym navigating COVID attendance restrictions

Hanging on: Coyote Rock Gym navigating COVID attendance restrictions

Coyote was Ottawa’s first rock climbing gym when it first opened in 1992, but it is in a tenuous position like the rest of the climbing industry.
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