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Capital Pride announces festival details; asks police to again leave uniforms at home

Capital Pride announces festival details; asks police to again leave uniforms at home

Organizers of Capital Pride have reiterated last year's request for off-duty police to not wear their uniforms at Pride, as many in the LGBTQ2+ community don't feel comfortable or safe around the police.
Study finds settlement program not helping living standards for First Nations

Study finds settlement program not helping living standards for First Nations

A report from the Fraser Institute suggests the federal government scrap its settlement program, and begin looking to thriving aboriginal communities for examples of how living standards can be improved.
Summer arrives in the nation's capital

Summer arrives in the nation's capital

1310 NEWS meteorologist Jill Taylor forecasts a sunny first day of summer, with a high around 22 C. 
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

If you can spend some time outside today, the weather will make it worth it
Police probe suspicious fire in Hawkesbury

Police probe suspicious fire in Hawkesbury

According to police, items that were kept outside of a home had been intentionally set on fire.
Security Analyst agrees with Bluesfest's new safety measures

Security Analyst agrees with Bluesfest's new safety measures

Security Analyst and former cop, Ross McLean said new precautions must be taken to ensure public safety.
Local cannabis activists planning to protest when pot becomes legal

Local cannabis activists planning to protest when pot becomes legal

Alexander Newcombe says you'll see him outside of Ottawa's government-run cannabis shop on October 17, but he won't be buying any pot.
Gatineau announces $2.1B plan for LRT

Gatineau announces $2.1B plan for LRT

The line would connect western Gatineau residents to the city's downtown core, and also to Ottawa, crossing the Prince of Wales and Alexandra bridges.
Small businesses bearing brunt of abrupt GreenON rebate scrapping

Small businesses bearing brunt of abrupt GreenON rebate scrapping

A business incubator in Ottawa's green economy says the Doug Ford-led PCs are going about the cancellation of Green Ontario Fund rebates all wrong.
<b>Midweek Mugging:</b> Gallery 101

Midweek Mugging: Gallery 101

Curator and Director Laura Margita said one of the priorities of the gallery is to connect people across communities through art.
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