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Transit riders group calling for better bus service alongside O-Train

Transit riders group calling for better bus service alongside O-Train

A board member of the Ottawa Transit Riders group argues that more routes should extend into the downtown area, instead of dropping passengers off at either Tunney's Pasture or Blair.
Canadian public health agencies ramping up preparations in response to new virus

Canadian public health agencies ramping up preparations in response to new virus

Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer, says the risk for Canadians contracting the novel coronavirus remains low.
UPDATE: Police identify suspects in Barrhaven area chainsaw theft

UPDATE: Police identify suspects in Barrhaven area chainsaw theft

The chainsaws taken are estimated to be worth more than $25,000.
UPDATE: Police identify suspects in west Ottawa commercial break-in

UPDATE: Police identify suspects in west Ottawa commercial break-in

The investigation is ongoing.
One dead, two critically injured after Buckingham head-on crash

One dead, two critically injured after Buckingham head-on crash

The Sûreté du Québec said a westbound vehicle drifted into the eastbound lane of the highway, around 7 a.m., Wednesday.
Ottawa-based company changing the face of manufacturing worldwide

Ottawa-based company changing the face of manufacturing worldwide

Midweek Mugging: Kanata-based Equispheres has drawn attention from around the world with its 3D printing technology.
Ten Thousand Villages closing its Ottawa store and others across Canada

Ten Thousand Villages closing its Ottawa store and others across Canada

The head office and distribution centre in New Hamburg, Ontario is also closing its doors.
Supplemental buses roll again as O-Train shortage continues

Supplemental buses roll again as O-Train shortage continues

Rideau Transit Maintenance has only provided 11 trains, not the 13 required for full morning service.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Mix of sun and cloud with moderate winds.
National public health data finds vaccine rates for kids fall short

National public health data finds vaccine rates for kids fall short

Dr. Theresa Tam says coverage must be improved to attain sufficient community immunity to prevent disease and outbreaks.
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