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'Everybody is scared:' West Ottawa and Gatineau residents preparing for the worst

'Everybody is scared:' West Ottawa and Gatineau residents preparing for the worst

With major flooding predicted to follow rain this weekend, many are stocking up on sandbags and hoping for the best.
Canadian Blood Services calling on Ottawa donors over the Easter Weekend

Canadian Blood Services calling on Ottawa donors over the Easter Weekend

"At the times of holiday weekends, like this weekend, people just tend to forget and get busy with other things," said Glenna Gosewich, Ottawa's territory manager and donor relations with Canadian Blood Services.
Victim identified in ByWard Market homicide

Victim identified in ByWard Market homicide

Ottawa police say Emilio Jimenez succumbed to his injuries at hospital.
'Major flooding' predicted on Ottawa River this weekend

'Major flooding' predicted on Ottawa River this weekend

The body that monitors river levels says flooding in some areas along the Ottawa River this weekend could be as bad as the floods of May 2017.
Attempted murder charge laid in fall Billings Bridge Shopping Centre shooting

Attempted murder charge laid in fall Billings Bridge Shopping Centre shooting

The incident in November of 2018 left one man injured.
Gatineau police discover body of man who had been missing for two months

Gatineau police discover body of man who had been missing for two months

An investigation is now underway to determine what led to Ian Lambert's death
Orléans MPP bill to abolish time change passes first reading

Orléans MPP bill to abolish time change passes first reading

Orléans MPP Marie-France Lalonde’s bill, which passed first reading Wednesday with unanimous support, would see all of Ontario move clocks forward in March 2020, but then never move again
ByWard Market shooting leaves man in his 20s dead

ByWard Market shooting leaves man in his 20s dead

Westbound York Street is closed from King Edward to Cumberland and York Street is also closed from Sussex Drive to the Byward market square. 
Councillor wary of changes at infamous downtown McDonald's with a history of drugs and violence

Councillor wary of changes at infamous downtown McDonald's with a history of drugs and violence

The owner of the McDonald's on Rideau Street has announced changes to the hours and security after requests from the Chief of police.
Ottawa's LRT Stage 3 in jeopardy due to lack of provincial gas tax cash

Ottawa's LRT Stage 3 in jeopardy due to lack of provincial gas tax cash

Ottawa City Councillor Diane Deans blames the failed promises of the provincial government for putting the city in more debt when it comes to light rail.
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