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Ottawa schools still not sure how students can pick up belongings

Ottawa schools still not sure how students can pick up belongings

The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board promised that the board will be in touch with parents and guardians soon.
Ottawa police hand 57 tickets to boaters over long weekend

Ottawa police hand 57 tickets to boaters over long weekend

Some boats lacked life jackets and fire extinguishers while others were caught speeding.
Ontario schools not reopening until September

Ontario schools not reopening until September

The premier also says overnight camps will not go ahead this summer, but as long as trends keep improving, day camps will be able to open, with strict public health measures in place.
Local muralist promoting positivity during COVID-19 through art in ByWard Market

Local muralist promoting positivity during COVID-19 through art in ByWard Market

Robbie Lariviere is using his felt markers and spray paint to communicate support and solidarity throughout the community as retail outlets adapt to new ways of business.
U.S. agrees to Canada's request to extend non-essential travel ban into June

U.S. agrees to Canada's request to extend non-essential travel ban into June

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls it an important decision that will protect citizens in both countries.
Ottawa police identify suspect in Cyrville shooting

Ottawa police identify suspect in Cyrville shooting

Brandon Desjarlais is wanted on a number of serious charges, including aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.
Couple found along shore of Ottawa River after losing boat in rapids

Couple found along shore of Ottawa River after losing boat in rapids

The outcome could have been much worse for a couple boating along the river near Renfrew on holiday Monday.
Rideau Street pharmacy employee tests positive for COVID-19

Rideau Street pharmacy employee tests positive for COVID-19

The store's parent company says it has cleaned and increased sanitization protocols at the store, and is enforcing social distancing practices.
More COVID-19 deaths bring Ottawa toll over 200

More COVID-19 deaths bring Ottawa toll over 200

Almost 170 of those fatalities have come in long-term care and retirement home settings.
<b>Remember This?</b> The iceman no longer cometh

Remember This? The iceman no longer cometh

In early 1950, Ottawa ice dealers said the demand was as strong as it had been ten or fifteen years earlier, and planned to store 300,000 tons of natural ice during the 1950 ice season. 
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