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Ottawa Police Searching For Missing 70 Year Old Man

The Ottawa Police Service Missing Persons Unit is seeking public assistance to locate Joseph Charlebois, 70 years old from Ottawa. There are concerns for his health and wellbeing as he is without his medication. He is described as a Caucasian

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Prime Minster Trudeau, On Front Cover Of Rolling Stone

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau graces the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine accompanied by a provocative headline: “Why Can’t He Be Our President?” Trudeau is pictured with his shirtsleeves rolled up leaning against a table in the

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Loonie Tops 80 Cents U.S. For The First Time In More Than A Year

Good news for Canadian’s traveling to the U.S. The Canadian dollar gained nearly a quarter of a cent today after cresting above the 80 cent U.S. threshold in morning trading. At the close, the loonie was up 0.23 of U.S.

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Social Media Campaign Calls for Boycott

A social media campaign calling for a boycott of Sears Canada is underway, after the company confirmed it would pay executives 9.2-million dollars in retention bonuses while laying off almost three-thousand workers with no severance.   The struggling retailer began

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On This Date –July 21

A glimpse backwards to significant  happenings on this date: -On this date in 1955, The Roy Rogers Show ended — On this date in 1969, The Beatles started work on the John Lennon song ‘Come Together’ at Abbey Road studios

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Have You Seen This Plant?

Local conservation experts are waging war on a new enemy.  It’s a plant known as Japanese knotweed, an aggressive invasive plant species which has taken root in more than a dozen places along the Ottawa region’s shorelines.  If it’s not

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Sears Liquidation Sales Start Today

Dozens of Sears stores destined for closure begin liquidation sales today. The ailing retail giant is counting on shoppers to scoop up discounted merchandise as soon as possible so it can avoid bankruptcy. But despite the sales, one marketing professor

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Snail Slime — A Hot New Beauty Product

Bloomberg claims snail slime has become a hot new beauty product for women. Target, CVS and Ulta Beauty stores are all selling different variations of skin repairing snail cream. The snail secretion heals cuts and smoothes skin. “People used to

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Pink Criticized For Instagramming Picture of Cooking Dinner With Her Children

Good to Know magazine claims Pink is under fire for instagramming a picture of her cooking dinner with her two children. Her baby is strapped to her chest while she handles a pan filled with vegetables.   Fans react …. ‘Isn’t that

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Looking After Your Brain Reduces Risk Of Dementia

One in three cases of dementia could be prevented if more people looked after their brain health throughout life, according to an international study in the Lancet. It lists nine key risk factors including lack of education, hearing loss, smoking

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Petrie Island Marina Fire

An early morning for Ottawa Fire crews in the east end.  At 4:37 this a.m. Ottawa fire dispatch received a call about visible smoke and flames at Oziles Marina across from Petrie Island.  Three boats docked in the water  were

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More Security Checks If You’re Flying To The United States

Get ready for more thorough security checks of your electronic devices if you’re flying to the United States as of today. Both Air Canada and WestJet are advising passengers to arrive at airports at least two hours before flight time

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Don’t Order Diet Coke On Flights

The Daily Mirror claims flight attendants wish passengers wouldn’t order Diet Coke on flights because it takes longer to pour the drink than other cocktails. The cabin’s lower air pressure makes the drink fizzier than other sodas.   One flight

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Champions To Honour Jim Durrell

The Ottawa Champions will pay tribute to one of the founding members of baseball in the nation’s capital when they honour former Mayor Jim Durrell prior to the 2017 Can-Am League/American Association All-Star Game later this month. Durrell will be

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Kenny Rogers Reunites With Dolly In Farewell Concert This Fall

In the crossover world of country and pop music, few stars have burned brighter longer than Kenny Rogers. Now, as the singer with the gets ready to retire from live performance after six decades, Rogers has announced plans for a

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