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COVID-19 testing in some Ontario pharmacies begins; many not eligible

COVID-19 testing in some Ontario pharmacies begins; many not eligible

The testing swab most Ontarians are familiar with goes deep into the nose, but the ones that pharmacies are offering only touch closer to the end of the nostrils.
COVID-19 outbreak declared over at Fellowes High School in Pembroke

COVID-19 outbreak declared over at Fellowes High School in Pembroke

Classes are set to resume on Monday.
Teacher shortage: OCSB willing to use 'unqualified adults,' OCDSB working to avoid school closures

Teacher shortage: OCSB willing to use 'unqualified adults,' OCDSB working to avoid school closures

Ottawa's largest school boards say they're doing all they can to make sure in-person classes continue to be safe for students, and that there are still in-person classes to go to, as they work through occasional teacher shortages.
Pembroke man in critical condition at Ottawa hospital with gunshot wound

Pembroke man in critical condition at Ottawa hospital with gunshot wound

The shooting is believed to have happened at a home on Arnolds Lane in Pembroke.
Brewer Park assessment centre reaches walk-up capacity for children: CHEO

Brewer Park assessment centre reaches walk-up capacity for children: CHEO

CHEO says the centre has reached capacity for the day and won't be accepting anymore walk-ups for children needing COVID-19 testing.
Mayor proclaims September 25 'Dave Smith Day' in Ottawa

Mayor proclaims September 25 'Dave Smith Day' in Ottawa

The local philanthropist and restaurateur is credited with raising over $140-million for various charities.
Gatineau police set to give update on man missing since August

Gatineau police set to give update on man missing since August

Jean-Louis Desrosiers, 79, was last seen on August 18, leaving his residence in the Carrefour-de-l'Hôpital district of Gatineau.
Certain Manila clams recalled; could lead to shellfish poisoning

Certain Manila clams recalled; could lead to shellfish poisoning

Due to a marine biotoxin that could cause Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning, certain Manila clams are being pulled from the marketplace.
Some Ottawa school transportation resumes, not necessarily on a school bus

Some Ottawa school transportation resumes, not necessarily on a school bus

Families are now being informed if their children are getting school transportation back, but it won't necessarily look the same as before.
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