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Evaporation could become 'significant concern' for Mississippi watershed as hot weather persists

Evaporation could become 'significant concern' for Mississippi watershed as hot weather persists

Residents outside the City of Ottawa are strongly urged to reduce their consumption of ground and surface water.
Ottawa could see hottest day of year so far: 1310 News Meteorologist

Ottawa could see hottest day of year so far: 1310 News Meteorologist

The record was previously set on May 27, with a high of 35 degrees.
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Good Morning, Ottawa!

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Police in Kingston seek rightful owner of two stolen Bibles

Police in Kingston seek rightful owner of two stolen Bibles

One of the books is an Oxford Holy Bible from 1804, found in an old cigar box.
Where Ottawa's Black-owned businesses are finding financial support

Where Ottawa's Black-owned businesses are finding financial support

Uber Eats in partnership with the Black Chamber of Commerce have come up with an initiative that is promoting Black-owned businesses in select cities across Canada — Ottawa included.
Premier Doug Ford promises air conditioning for long-term care homes

Premier Doug Ford promises air conditioning for long-term care homes

Ford's announcement came the same day that opposition leaders called for concrete action from Ford, and a day after the premier criticized homes without air conditioning.
Quebec seeks public input on COVID-19 tracking and tracing smartphone application

Quebec seeks public input on COVID-19 tracking and tracing smartphone application

Eric Caire, minister in charge of digital transformation, urged Quebecers Wednesday to fill out an online questionnaire about their appetite for such a tool and what their concerns about the technology might be.
City of Ottawa opens cooling centres with local heat warning extended

City of Ottawa opens cooling centres with local heat warning extended

The centres are set up to ensure residents can practice physical distancing, while offering access to washrooms and drinking water.
Education minister calls for resignation of Ottawa school board trustee

Education minister calls for resignation of Ottawa school board trustee

"It is clear that this trustee must do the right thing and step down," Education Minister Stephen Lecce told the Ontario Legislature.
Bank Street closing to vehicular traffic Saturdays for physically-distanced shopping, dining

Bank Street closing to vehicular traffic Saturdays for physically-distanced shopping, dining

Closing the road to vehicles means customers will have more room to physically distance, and stores will have more space to display their wares.
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