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Chris Kurys

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Ottawa women fleeing abusive situations being turned away by local shelters

Ottawa women fleeing abusive situations being turned away by local shelters

Overflow from women's shelters used to be directed to the City of Ottawa, which would usually result in the victim ending up in a family shelter or hotel, but the local homelessness crisis has made it harder for even the city to find a solution.
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Hunger report says more employed individuals are using food banks

ONTARIO: Hunger report says more employed individuals are using food banks

Over the past three years, those with employment income who access food banks have increased by 27 per cent
Hunger report says more employed individuals are using food banks

Hunger report says more employed individuals are using food banks

Over the past three years, those with employment income who access food banks have increased by 27 per cent
Ontario hunger report says more employed individuals are using food banks

Ontario hunger report says more employed individuals are using food banks

Over the past three years, those with employment income who access food banks have increased by 27 per cent
Nova Scotia man identified as victim in Kingston pileup

Nova Scotia man identified as victim in Kingston pileup

Matthew Jamieson was the lone victim in Sunday's massive collision on Hwy 401.
First batch of straps installed on Confederation Line

First batch of straps installed on Confederation Line

Commuters have complained that the overhead bars were too high.
Government has 'failed' tent city residents: councillors

Government has 'failed' tent city residents: councillors

Homeless camp residents have been told to pack up by Monday.
Gee-Gee's women's soccer team are World Champs

Gee-Gee's women's soccer team are World Champs

They defeated a Brazilian squad 1-0 to claim the trophy at the FISU University World Cup.
Climate activists to protest Black Friday shopping at Rideau Centre

Climate activists to protest Black Friday shopping at Rideau Centre

Extinction Rebellion plans to stage a "die-in" in front of the food court.
Senators worry proposed roundabout will make traffic worse for fans leaving CTC

Senators worry proposed roundabout will make traffic worse for fans leaving CTC

Planning committee approves road project despite criticism from Eugene Melnyk.
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