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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.
Road closures for Ottawa's St. Patrick's Day parade

Road closures for Ottawa's St. Patrick's Day parade

The parade will start at City Hall and finish at Lansdowne Park.
Gender identity, consent to be taught as part of new Ontario sex-ed curriculum

Gender identity, consent to be taught as part of new Ontario sex-ed curriculum

The province has released the broad lines of the new curriculum in an announcement that also lays out its plans for other aspects of the education sector, including class sizes and teacher hiring.
Increased police patrols around Ottawa mosques after New Zealand shootings

Increased police patrols around Ottawa mosques after New Zealand shootings

The Ottawa Police Services' community policing units will check in with local Muslim places of worship, and frontline officers will step up patrols.
Mass shootings at New Zealand mosques kill 49; 1 man charged

Mass shootings at New Zealand mosques kill 49; 1 man charged

Two other people were being held in custody and police said they were trying to determine how they might be involved.
Ottawa's Ethiopian plane crash victims to be remembered this weekend

Ottawa's Ethiopian plane crash victims to be remembered this weekend

Stéphanie Lacroix will be remembered in her hometown of Timmins, Saturday, before another event in Ottawa at the end of the month.
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Showers ending early then mainly cloudy with a risk of a thunderstorm
Ottawa police respond to stabbing on Rideau Street

Ottawa police respond to stabbing on Rideau Street

A man in his 30's has non-life threatening injuries after being stabbed.
Cannabis isn't the budding industry the feds hoped for

Cannabis isn't the budding industry the feds hoped for

Ontario only grabbed 12 per cent of the entire cannabis market in the fourth quarter of 2018.
City has a plan to improve Sparks Street, but needs more public feedback

City has a plan to improve Sparks Street, but needs more public feedback

The city says it wants to increase the value of Sparks Street, day and night, through all seasons, including creating a better pedestrian experience, greening the area, as well as improving cycling and local programming.
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