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Ontario takes steps to allow humane societies to enforce animal cruelty laws

Ontario takes steps to allow humane societies to enforce animal cruelty laws

Government officials say a number of humane societies have asked to help after the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals relinquishes its enforcement duties on June 28.
10 tips from the Ontario SPCA and local humane society to keep pets safe this long weekend

10 tips from the Ontario SPCA and local humane society to keep pets safe this long weekend

The organizations want to remind pet owners to keep the safety of their furry friends in mind to make this Victoria Day long weekend fun for everyone. 
Heavy police presence expected in ByWard Market, downtown and Vanier areas this long weekend

Heavy police presence expected in ByWard Market, downtown and Vanier areas this long weekend

Police are also counting on members of the public to call in any suspicious activity.
Ottawa police officer wins Hero of the Year award

Ottawa police officer wins Hero of the Year award

Constable Aaron Reichert won for his bravery during a triple shooting incident in the ByWard Market.
Local student wins Best Project at National Science-Fair

Local student wins Best Project at National Science-Fair

Bhavya Mohan, a 16-year-old student at Colonel By Secondary School won for his work on immunotherapy.
Rideau Canal locks, Gatineau Park open for the season

Rideau Canal locks, Gatineau Park open for the season

Gatineau parkways will be closed to vehicles overnight as part of a new pilot project.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Few showers in the morning, but turning to a mix of sun and cloud.
Ottawa MPP steps down to take job at the University of Toronto

Ottawa MPP steps down to take job at the University of Toronto

Liberal member of Ontario’s legislature, Nathalie Des Rosiers says she will resign her seat later this year.
Replacing Phoenix pay system cheaper than fixing its mess will be, PBO reports

Replacing Phoenix pay system cheaper than fixing its mess will be, PBO reports

Cleaning up the mess Phoenix has made will cost $2.6 billion and take another four years, the Parliamentary Budget Office told the House of Commons Thursday.
First Gatineau pot shop to open next week

First Gatineau pot shop to open next week

The shop will be located on Boulevard de la Gappe.
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