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Ontario cuts to library services will be greater in smaller cities, expert says

Ontario cuts to library services will be greater in smaller cities, expert says

The Ford government’s cuts to libraries must be fought and ultimately rescinded, according to Associate Professor at Western.
Nominations now open for Order of Ottawa and Brian Kilrea Award

Nominations now open for Order of Ottawa and Brian Kilrea Award

The order honours up to 15 of Ottawa's most deserving individuals each year. 
City launches online application form to help homeowners seeking aid after floods

City launches online application form to help homeowners seeking aid after floods

Each request will be assessed and responded to, based on need.
Long weekend traffic blitz gets underway

Long weekend traffic blitz gets underway

The R.I.D.E. program continues at various locations across Ottawa.
Rising gas prices making it harder to afford necessities: survey

Rising gas prices making it harder to afford necessities: survey

46 per cent of Ontario residents polled agree that higher prices are making it difficult.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Mainly sunny skies today
$11-million autonomous vehicle testing facility launches in Ottawa

$11-million autonomous vehicle testing facility launches in Ottawa

The Ottawa L5 Connected and Autonomous Vehicle test facility is the first of its kind in North America.
Aggravated assault among charges laid in Prince of Wales Drive motel stabbing

Aggravated assault among charges laid in Prince of Wales Drive motel stabbing

A man in his 50s was left to recover in hospital from serious injuries following the incident.
Province contributes money to project aimed at eliminating cell dead zones

Province contributes money to project aimed at eliminating cell dead zones

Infrastructure Minister Monte McNaughton says people in those areas are put in dangerous positions because of dropped calls or lost connections during emergencies.
Ottawa City Councillor pushing for dedicated hate crime unit following racially charged incident

Ottawa City Councillor pushing for dedicated hate crime unit following racially charged incident

An Ottawa family's garage was recently spray painted with a racial slur.
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