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Lanark County man charged with four counts of public indecency

Lanark County man charged with four counts of public indecency

The OPP said the community proved to be invaluable with their assistance in the investigation.
Ottawa police shoot two dogs, killing one in Blossom Park neighbourhood

Ottawa police shoot two dogs, killing one in Blossom Park neighbourhood

Police say a large dog was mauling a person outside a home near Bank Street.
Locally developed AI program scans neighbourhoods for gentrification

Locally developed AI program scans neighbourhoods for gentrification

The program could be used to make money for developers or to help the city make sure no one is priced out of their homes.
Dunrobin families looking to province for tornado relief

Dunrobin families looking to province for tornado relief

Six months after tornadoes touched down in Dunrobin, residents are still awaiting help from the Ontario Disaster Relief Program.
H&R Block partners with Ottawa Mission to do taxes for those in need

H&R Block partners with Ottawa Mission to do taxes for those in need

Some Ottawa Mission clients are getting benefits from the government they missed out on by not filing their taxes.
Local MPP criticizes former PM for referring to her as a 'little girl'

Local MPP criticizes former PM for referring to her as a 'little girl'

Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney has been criticized for referring to an Ontario MPP as a 'little girl.'
Doug Ford's office calls Randy Hillier's allegations 'outright lie'

Doug Ford's office calls Randy Hillier's allegations 'outright lie'

In an open letter Monday, Hillier claims he was ousted after pushing back against party operatives constraining the voices of elected politicians.
College, university students in Ontario plan walkouts to protest funding changes

College, university students in Ontario plan walkouts to protest funding changes

The group is calling on the province to provide more grants, rather than loans and to eliminate tuition fees for all students.
Crack cocaine seized in arrests linked to Prince Albert Street home

Crack cocaine seized in arrests linked to Prince Albert Street home

The arrests were made as part of the Ottawa Police Service's Problem Address Project.
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