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Recreational Marijuana Legal As Of October 17th-This Year

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says recreational marijuana will be legal in Canada as of Oct. 17. Trudeau made the announcement during question period in the House of Commons, which is expected to rise for the summer break after today. He

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ParticipAction’s Annual Report Links Brain Health To Regular Exercise, Children And Youth

A new report says kids with autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and other brain-based conditions could have the most to gain from boosting physical activity. For the first time, ParticipAction’s annual report card on physical activity for children and youth

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Police Searching For Missing Vanier Woman

The Ottawa Police Service Missing Persons Unit is asking for public assistance in locating missing 30 year old Mary-Ann Eaton. She was last seen in the Vanier area on May 25 2018. Her family is concerned for her safety. Mary-Ann

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Kate Spade Found Dead, Apparent Suicide

Police say fashion designer Kate Spade has been found dead in her Park Avenue apartment in New York City in an apparent suicide. Spade was 55-years-old. Police say a housekeeper found her hanging this morning and that the handbag designer

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Serious Bus Crash Near Prescott, Some Critically Injured

Ontario Provincial Police say at least 24 people are in hospital, four with life-threatening injuries, following a bus crash on the 401 this afternoon near Prescott. Const. Suzanne Runciman says the bus was carrying approximately 37 people, including the driver

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It Is National Cancer Survivors Month

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson proclaimed National Cancer Survivors Month in recognition of over one million cancer survivors living in Canada today. Watson signed the proclamation at City Hall in the presence of representatives of the Canadian Cancer Survivor Network. The

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Baby Onesies Recalled

Health Canada has issued a recall for Ottawa Senators-branded baby onesies saying metal snaps could come loose and pose a choking hazard. The onesies are red, with the Ottawa Senators logo on the front and Canadian Tire logo on the

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Fire In Barrhaven Displaces Residents

At least a dozen people lost their homes in a three-alarm blaze that destroyed part of a stacked townhouse development in Barrhaven this morning. Several others say they are grateful to have escaped with their lives. Multiple 911 calls came

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Personal Banking Information Illegally Accessed

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce’s direct banking brand is investigating a potential data breach. It says some personal and account information for about 40-thousand Simplii Financial clients may have been electronically accessed and additional online security measures are being

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Actress Margot Kidder Has Died

“Superman” actress Margot Kidder, born in Yellowknife, N.W.T., has died. An official with a funeral home in Montana confirmed her death and said she died at her home on Sunday. The cause of death is still not known. Best known

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The Tulips Are Blooming!

The NCC says the tulips are blooming! Early season varieties are now starting to bloom, and most tulips will be at their peak over the next two weeks. And you can follow their progress by checking out the Tulip Bloom

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Happy 175th Anniversary Lisgar Collegiate

Lisgar Collegiate Institute, Ottawa’s oldest secondary school, launches its 175th Anniversary Reunion. The weekend-long event kicks off with an Indigenous ceremony, a raising of the anniversary flag, a proclamation by the Mayor, and brief remarks by Lisgar’s Principal. World-renowned Impressionist

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Canadian War Museum Acquires The Currie Victoria Cross

The Canadian War Museum has acquired the Victoria Cross awarded to Saskatchewan native Lieutenant-Colonel David Vivian Currie of the South Alberta Regiment, for his exceptional leadership and bravery in a decisive battle of the Second World War. The Victoria Cross

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Ice Storm-Thousands Without Power

The severe weather is keeping Hydro Ottawa crews busy today with more than 100 outages across the city, leaving approximately 22,000 customers without power. Employees with Hydro Quebec were frantically working to restore power to 31,000 customers affected by the

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#Jerseys For Humboldt

School children are wearing them, so is Mayor Jim Watson. Ottawans are wearing their  hockey jerseys today to honour the victims and support the survivors of last Friday’s Humboldt bus crash. Members of the Canadian Forces were authorized to wear

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