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Hold the elevator? How to stay safe in close quarters during COVID-19

Hold the elevator? How to stay safe in close quarters during COVID-19

Physical distancing is especially an issue for apartment and condo dwellers in big cities, experts say.
New organization helps businesses wanting to make hand sanitizer during COVID-19 shortage

New organization helps businesses wanting to make hand sanitizer during COVID-19 shortage

Businesses interested in making hand sanitizer or contributing to its manufacture as a means to help fight against the spread of COVID-19 now have a single platform to access available resources.
More than 30 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Ottawa

More than 30 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Ottawa

The province's total of positive cases is now above 1,000.
'Crisis mode': More people turning to Ottawa Food Bank during COVID-19

'Crisis mode': More people turning to Ottawa Food Bank during COVID-19

As long as the situation progresses as it is in the city, the Ottawa Food Bank anticipates a further increase in visitors.
Police investigate theft of cargo trailer in Hawkesbury

Police investigate theft of cargo trailer in Hawkesbury

Anyone providing tips may be eligible for a $2,000 cash reward.
Merivale Mall Shoppers Drug Mart employee tests positive for COVID-19

Merivale Mall Shoppers Drug Mart employee tests positive for COVID-19

Customers of the Ottawa location were notified by email.
Tractor trailer driver charged after Highway 17 collision sends man to hospital

Tractor trailer driver charged after Highway 17 collision sends man to hospital

Lane reductions on Highway 17 are expected to last until about 8 p.m. Saturday.
One person in hospital following serious ATV collision in Lanark County

One person in hospital following serious ATV collision in Lanark County

The person was sent to hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.
Air, train travel to be denied for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms

Air, train travel to be denied for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms

The new measures go into place starting Monday.
NAC relief fund for Canadian artists during COVID-19 reaches $600,000

NAC relief fund for Canadian artists during COVID-19 reaches $600,000

The funding boost will allow for the programming to go on longer, the NAC says.
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