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Ottawa Police Need Help Finding Fraudsters

Ottawa police are appealing to the public for help in locating a couple linked to alleged frauds targeting hotels and bed and breakfasts in the Ottawa and Gatineau area. It’s alleged the man and woman have defrauded about 20 hotels

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Tulip Summit In Ottawa This Week

Delegates representing 10 countries will be here in Ottawa this week for the 7th Annual World Tulip Summit. The Summit is a bi-annual meeting of the world’s tulip community to celebrate the tulip as a symbol of international friendship and peace. This year marks the

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Third Year Of Be Safe, Be Seen Campaign In The Capital

Ottawa Fire Services has partnered with Safer Roads Ottawa and the Ottawa Police Service once again for the third annual “Be Safe, Be Seen” initiative. Residents are encouraged to drop by any of the City of Ottawa Fire Stations in

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Shots Fired At Billings Bridge

The Ottawa Police Service is investigating a shooting incident Monday at the Billings Bridge Mall at Bank and Riverside. Shortly after 3:30 pm, officers responded responded to reports of shots being fired at the Mall.  When they arrived it was determined

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Brooke Henderson Wins Major In New Zealand

Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls won the weather-delayed New Zealand Women’s Open on Monday, finishing off a 3-under 69 for a five-stroke victory. Henderson finished at 17-under-par 271. She also won the Meijer LPGA Classic in June in Michigan. She

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Julie Payette Sworn In As Canada’s 29th Governor General

Canada’s 29th Governor General Julie Payette signed her official instruments as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chief Justice of Canada Beverley McLachlin stand and watch in the Senate chamber during her installation ceremony Monday. The Prime Minister described her as

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Paramedics Deliver Baby, Along Rideau Canal, En-route To Hospital

Early Saturday morning, Ottawa Paramedics responded to a call for woman in labour that occurred in the Alta Vista and Pleasant Park area. Paramedics were transporting the woman to the Ottawa Hospital when the baby decided she wanted to be

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Senators Re-Sign Anderson

The Ottawa Senators have signed goaltender Craig Anderson to a two-year contract extension with an average annual value of 4.75 million dollars (US). Anderson will make 5.5 million in the first year of the contract and 4 million in the

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In Celebration Of Coffee!

It’s National Coffee Day –  as we celebrate the immensely-popular beverage that’s consumed all around the world. A  recent study by Harvard reveals that drinking coffee may actually increase your lifespan. The study found people who drank three to five

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Get Rid Of Your Electronic Waste This Weekend

E-Waste and Recycling Day We all have this equipment hanging around our homes, and now there’s a place for it to go. A special e-waste and recycling day takes place Saturday September 30th at Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School

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Actress Julia-Louis Dreyfus Discloses She Has Breast Cancer

Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced today she has breast cancer. She made the disclosure in a post on her official Twitter account saying “1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one He tweet went on to advocate the need

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Fiery Crash on The 174

Two vehicles caught fire on Highway 174 early Thursday morning, shutting down the westbound lanes of the highway Blair Road. The collision happened at about 6:26 a.m. According to Ottawa Police, six vehicles were involved, including a motorcycle. Reports say

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Playboy Founder Dies At 91

Hugh Hefner, the chain-smoking, silk-pyjama-wearing founder of Playboy, has passed away at the age of 91.The magazine he began in 1953 helped usher in the sexual revolution and spawned countless imitators. Hefner died at his home, the Playboy Mansion, of

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National Holocaust Monument Officially Inaugurated Today

Ottawa’s newest monument is now completed. The National Holocaust Monument’s official inauguration happened at a ceremony earlier this afternoon, adjacent to the National War Museum on the Sir John A. McDonald Parkway. The Prime Minister was on hand, along with

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Metro, Jean Coutu Merger Coming?

Grocery retailer Metro says it’s in exclusive talks with Quebec-based drug store chain Jean Coutu Group. Analysts suspected such a move this morning when regulators suspended trading of both companies. The possible merger comes four years after Loblaw announced its

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