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Ottawa COVID-19 update: Three deaths, six new cases

Ottawa COVID-19 update: Three deaths, six new cases

Three institutions have been cleared of the virus: Queensway Carleton Hospital's A Three Unit, Elizabeth Bruyere Residence and Shepherds of Good Hope.
Majority of Canadians feel prejudice is a 'serious problem' in this country, poll finds

Majority of Canadians feel prejudice is a 'serious problem' in this country, poll finds

The poll found 69 per cent of respondents said prejudice is a “serious problem.”
Quebec sees hospitalizations dip while reporting 35 additional COVID-19 deaths

Quebec sees hospitalizations dip while reporting 35 additional COVID-19 deaths

For the first time since mid-April, the province saw the number of people in hospital drop below 1,000.
More protests against anti-black racism expected across Canada today

More protests against anti-black racism expected across Canada today

A Montreal event scheduled for Sunday told police today they were rescinding an invitation to police chief Sylvain Caron to attend after some groups opposed his presence.
Ontario reports 455 new COVID-19 cases, including 68 due to a delay

Ontario reports 455 new COVID-19 cases, including 68 due to a delay

There were 23,105 tests completed over the past day — the third day in a row Ontario surpassed its goal of doing 20,000 tests a day.
'Alarmed:' Health critic calls for more data on COVID-19 in trucking industry

'Alarmed:' Health critic calls for more data on COVID-19 in trucking industry

The majority of provinces, however, are not looking at infections in long-haul truckers, even though the drivers are among the few Canadians crossing into areas in the United States hard hit by the pandemic.
Ontario extends emergency orders to June 19

Ontario extends emergency orders to June 19

Bars and restaurants except for take-out and delivery remain closed and libraries are open only for curbside pick-up or delivery
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Sending good vibes your way today
Black Canadians say racism here is just as harmful as in the United States

Black Canadians say racism here is just as harmful as in the United States

The death of George Floyd has prompted some figures to claim systemic racism doesn't exist in Canada as it does in the United States.
Long-term care company cuts ties with executive after comments made during meeting

Long-term care company cuts ties with executive after comments made during meeting

The long-term care company Sienna Living also owns Red Oak Retirement Homes located in Kanata.
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