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Ontario expected to extend state of emergency to cover gap with new bill

Ontario expected to extend state of emergency to cover gap with new bill

The current state of emergency declared at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic is set to expire July 15.
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Witnesses sought in alleged sexual assault in Hull

Witnesses sought in alleged sexual assault in Hull

Police say a woman was allegedly grabbed and dragged through a bush on Monday, before being physically and sexually assaulted around 4:30 a.m.
ByWard Market stabbing sends two to hospital

ByWard Market stabbing sends two to hospital

Police say two people were taken to hospital with non-life threatening stab wounds.
Fearing repercussions of speaking up: Ottawa city council staffer addresses committee

Fearing repercussions of speaking up: Ottawa city council staffer addresses committee

A hiring policy review began after multiple women accused a city councillor of sexual misconduct.
Ottawa police, bylaw investigating suspected dog fighting and brawl at Meadowlands Mall

Ottawa police, bylaw investigating suspected dog fighting and brawl at Meadowlands Mall

According to a tip received by OttawaMatters.com, a car show was being held at the mall when passersby noticed a dog fight. 
Police recover body of teen who drowned after jumping from Prince of Wales Bridge

Police recover body of teen who drowned after jumping from Prince of Wales Bridge

Investigators continue to look into the incident.
Ontario to introduce bill to extend some emergency measures over the next year

Ontario to introduce bill to extend some emergency measures over the next year

Under current legislation, the province can only issue emergency orders while the state of emergency is in place.
Suspects wanted in Canada Day assault with weapon on Terry Fox Drive

Suspects wanted in Canada Day assault with weapon on Terry Fox Drive

Police say a person who was assaulted also had a gun pointed at them.
Amica Westboro Park identifies recent COVID-19 case; no new cases, deaths reported in Ottawa Tuesday

Amica Westboro Park identifies recent COVID-19 case; no new cases, deaths reported in Ottawa Tuesday

Amica joins Perley Rideau Veterans' Health Centre as the only Ottawa institutions dealing with COVID-19 outbreaks. 
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