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West Ottawa Board of Trade, Ottawa Chamber of Commerce set to merge

West Ottawa Board of Trade, Ottawa Chamber of Commerce set to merge

The merger does not include the Orléans Chamber of Commerce, but has left the door open to that possibility.
Tenants' group calls for action on unaffordable rents

Tenants' group calls for action on unaffordable rents

The Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario says nearly half of Ontario renter households spend more than 30 per cent of their incomes on rent.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Warm and breezy today
Report: Canadians waiting longer and paying more than ever for medical treatment

Report: Canadians waiting longer and paying more than ever for medical treatment

A new report from the Fraser Institute shows Canadians lost $1.9 billion in wages while waiting for medical treatment in 2017.
Collision involving OPP cruiser sends two to hospital

Collision involving OPP cruiser sends two to hospital

OPP investigate after two-vehicle collision involving a police cruiser sends two people to hospital.
25th anniversary celebrations for CityFolk with jam packed five-day lineup

25th anniversary celebrations for CityFolk with jam packed five-day lineup

CityFolk 2018 lineup includes David Byrne, Belle & Sebastian, Hozier and The Decemberists.
Agreement to allow Ottawa to ticket out-of-province drivers at red lights

Agreement to allow Ottawa to ticket out-of-province drivers at red lights

Drivers from Quebec, Saskatchewan and the Yukon are among those who's licensing info will be on hand for Ottawa staff, if they run a red in the city.
Info needed on vehicle believed to have picked up murder victim

Info needed on vehicle believed to have picked up murder victim

Officers think Opiny P'Ochieng was picked up by a vehicle after he walked away from Cantin Street at Montreal Road, back on May 5. They also want to know who was driving it.
Young women considering firefighting encouraged to join camp

Young women considering firefighting encouraged to join camp

As part of Ottawa Fire Services efforts to attract more women to the field, Camp FFIT will be offering firefighter training for young women in Ottawa for the ninth year. Applications are due May 25.
Andrew Scheer in election mode during Ottawa visit

Andrew Scheer in election mode during Ottawa visit

The Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada spoke at the Mayor's Breakfast at Ottawa City Hall, Tuesday.
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