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Caring and Sharing Exchange needing donations for another 1,000 Christmas hampers

Caring and Sharing Exchange needing donations for another 1,000 Christmas hampers

The need in Ottawa has grown, this year over last.
City of Ottawa laying out Elgin Street closure details and detours

City of Ottawa laying out Elgin Street closure details and detours

Elgin Street will be closed to traffic between Somerset Street and Catherine Street, starting January 7.
Freezing rain could hit the capital by the end of the week

Freezing rain could hit the capital by the end of the week

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement for much of Eastern Ontario
Former mayor weighs in on the battle over LeBreton Flats

Former mayor weighs in on the battle over LeBreton Flats

Jim Durrell believes the redevelopment project can go ahead, even include an NHL arena.
Man sought by OPP in connection to multiple stolen vehicles in Hawkesbury

Man sought by OPP in connection to multiple stolen vehicles in Hawkesbury

Police recovered a number of stolen items from a residence on La Grande Montée Rd
Crews continue to repair broken water main in Gatineau

Crews continue to repair broken water main in Gatineau

Schools and centres in the affected area are open Wednesday
Good morning, Ottawa!

Good morning, Ottawa!

Skies are a mix of sun and cloud and we will see a wind chill of -17°C in the morning
Anger from residents over proposed selling of Kanata Golf Course

Anger from residents over proposed selling of Kanata Golf Course

ClubLinks proposal to sell the Kanata Lakes Golf Course breaks an agreement made back in 1981 that that calls for 40 per cent greenspace to remain, said the President of the Kanata-Beaverbrook Community Association.
Melnyk-led group proposing LeBreton Flats solution amid lawsuits

Melnyk-led group proposing LeBreton Flats solution amid lawsuits

Capital Sports Management Inc. thinks it's found a fix that would allow the parties to move forward on the redevelopment project.
Talking the top public health stories of 2018 (AUDIO)

Talking the top public health stories of 2018 (AUDIO)

Dr. Paul Roumeliotis discusses such topics as e-cigarrettes, vaping, opioids and more with Rick Gibbons.
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