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Ottawa man wanted for a string of break and enters in Centretown

Ottawa man wanted for a string of break and enters in Centretown

Police say he is facing 5 charges of breaking and entering and is an active suspect in numerous others.
Fridays for Future: Students strike on Parliament Hill for climate change

Fridays for Future: Students strike on Parliament Hill for climate change

Over 1000 people attended the protest, with two different groups converging from the University of Ottawa and Gatineau.
OC Transpo takes back some layoff notices

OC Transpo takes back some layoff notices

ATU Local 279 has been working with OC Transpo to try and reduce the number of layoffs.
'Worst ice I've seen,' says city official as Ottawa potholes wreak havoc on vehicles

'Worst ice I've seen,' says city official as Ottawa potholes wreak havoc on vehicles

The city has filled around 40,000 potholes, but says the freeze-thaw cycle hitting the capital is making it challenging to address each area.
Vigil to be held at Ottawa's Human Rights Monument in wake of New Zealand attacks

Vigil to be held at Ottawa's Human Rights Monument in wake of New Zealand attacks

The National Council of Canadian Muslims is organizing the gathering.
Randy Hillier expelled from PC caucus permanently

Randy Hillier expelled from PC caucus permanently

Hillier had previously been suspended for comments he reportedly made to parents of children with autism.
Aggravated assault among charges laid in Dynes Road stabbing

Aggravated assault among charges laid in Dynes Road stabbing

Ottawa police officers made an arrest on Thursday.
Ottawa Board of Trade urging NCC to negotiate with previous LeBreton Flats bidders

Ottawa Board of Trade urging NCC to negotiate with previous LeBreton Flats bidders

It believes this would be the best way of speeding up the process, to see the area redeveloped.
Ottawa police recover pendants for family, now focusing on laptop containing musical scores

Ottawa police recover pendants for family, now focusing on laptop containing musical scores

Officers say the computer has more than 700 scores on it.
Ottawa's Muslim community shocked by New Zealand shootings

Ottawa's Muslim community shocked by New Zealand shootings

"We believe that if people knew Muslims personally...the likelihood of such events (like the Christchurch shootings) would decrease," an Imam told 1310 NEWS.
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