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Aylmer homeowner rebuilds six feet higher after floods ravaged his home in 2017

Aylmer homeowner rebuilds six feet higher after floods ravaged his home in 2017

Two years ago was "David vs Goliath" said Rob Godman. "This year, we're confident our main living area will not be flooded."
'Time will tell:' Pontiac residents are hoping flood waters won't reach 2017 levels

'Time will tell:' Pontiac residents are hoping flood waters won't reach 2017 levels

With major flooding predicted this weekend and a state of emergency declared in the municipality, residents are hoping for the best.
What's open and closed on Easter Weekend

What's open and closed on Easter Weekend

We've got all the information you need to be prepared for Easter Weekend.
New Ottawa police radio system deemed public safety and officer safety issue by union

New Ottawa police radio system deemed public safety and officer safety issue by union

"There is a limitation on communication," said Matt Skof, President of the Ottawa Police Association. "The service is not there for us to communicate outside vehicles."
City receives $7M in funding to help ease shelter pressures

City receives $7M in funding to help ease shelter pressures

The funding will help the city house asylum-seekers.
Students fear province's proposed education cuts won't allow them to reach their full potential

Students fear province's proposed education cuts won't allow them to reach their full potential

"We really want to get this message all the way to Doug Ford's office" said Katey Best, a Grade 12 arts student at Canterbury High School. "Walkouts can only get us so far when were strapped to school property."
Local doctors treating more gunshot victims, fighting for legal changes

Local doctors treating more gunshot victims, fighting for legal changes

"Every night I'm on call there are victims with bullet holes rolling in." said Medical Trauma Coordinator at The Ottawa Hospital Jacinthe Lampron. " It was not like that five years ago." 
City of Ottawa believes it will have keys to LRT before Canada Day

City of Ottawa believes it will have keys to LRT before Canada Day

Still, no set date has been given as the $2.1-billion Confederation Line opening continues to be delayed.
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.
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