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ER wait times at The Ottawa Hospital highest in the province

ER wait times at The Ottawa Hospital highest in the province

"We have a strategy to address (the issues)," said Alan Forster, the vice-president of quality and innovation at The Ottawa Hospital. 
Suspect arrested in Overbrook shooting

Suspect arrested in Overbrook shooting

Abdulqadir Yusuf, 20, faces a long list of charges.
Dunrobin to mark tornado anniversary with barbecue, concert

Dunrobin to mark tornado anniversary with barbecue, concert

A ceremony will be held at the Dunrobin Community Centre, before multiple events planned at the four corners of the village.
El-Chantiry hoping for more tornado assistance from the province

El-Chantiry hoping for more tornado assistance from the province

The province has provided over $300,000 in tornado relief while the city has spent $3.8-million.
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Bobby loves playing in or around water

Adopt Me: Bobby loves playing in or around water

He is looking for a home without any dogs
Police  seek missing Val-Des-Monts man

Police seek missing Val-Des-Monts man

A family member reported Pettigrew missing last Friday.
Defence lawyer awaiting information from Crown in RCMP secrets case

Defence lawyer awaiting information from Crown in RCMP secrets case

A lawyer for an RCMP employee charged with breaching the official-secrets law says he is still awaiting details of the allegations from the Crown.
Ontario Liberal caucus will soon drop to five as local MPP wins federal nomination

Ontario Liberal caucus will soon drop to five as local MPP wins federal nomination

Marie-France Lalonde wins the nomination for the Liberal Party of Canada in Orleans.
New routes for Canada Army Run

New routes for Canada Army Run

Roads around the city will be closed for the annual run on Sunday
'Overwhelming acts of kindness:’ Ottawa pitches in to help after the 2018 tornadoes

'Overwhelming acts of kindness:’ Ottawa pitches in to help after the 2018 tornadoes

In addition to the individual acts of kindness between each other, people also opened their wallets; collectively, charities in the capital raised more than $4 million for tornado relief.
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