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Sounding The Alarm – Tick Population On The Rise In Our Region

Ottawa’s tick population is more widespread than initially thought, with the nasty critters popping up near residential areas of the city sooner than researchers at the University of Ottawa had been expecting. A team of university scientists is currently in

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OPP Seek Missing Teen Last Seen In Clarence-Rockland

Darcy Desjardins, 16, has been missing Tuesday night, after leaving her home in Clarence-Rockland on foot. Provincial police are looking for your help locating her. Darcy is described as: -5’9 tall -150 lbs. -black hair -Blue eyes Darcy was last

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Six More Weeks Of Winter, Or Not?

Using animal behaviour as a bellwether of seasonal change has been around for a long time… much longer than ground hog prognosticators like Punxsutawney Phil or Wiarton Willie. A robin’s song or a budding flower was always great indicator of

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