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[VIDEO] -Cornwall’s Fire Chief Is A Video Star

Cornwall’s Fire Chief has been doing a little moonlighting  – for a good reason. Pierre Voisine has been putting his musical talents to good use by trying to boost public awareness about testing smoke alarms.   Here’s Chief Voisine’s latest video

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Murder Suspect Surrenders To Police

The woman wanted in connection to a murder in an Ottawa hotel room has surrendered to police. 32 year old Crystal Bastien is in custody facing a charge of first degree murder. This is in relation to the capital’s 14th homocide

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You Better Bee-lieve It!

Staff at Ottawa City Hall is reviewing an application to make Ottawa a “bee city”. Councillor Keith Egli says while there are already projects promoting bee health, such as a community garden program, the city needs more initiatives for “strengthening

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[VIDEO] Best Moment At The Emmys!

The biggest bit of drama at last night’s Emmys didn’t come when someone got a trophy – but when someone got a ring! Director Glen Weiss accepted his Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special (he directed the Oscars),

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3 People Displaced In Stittsville House Fire

The cause of a Tuesday morning fire in Stittsville remains under investigation. Ottawa Fire responded to multiple 9-1-1 calls of a fire at 755 Rosehill Avenue which came in shortly after 2 Tuesday morning. When firefighters arrived, they confirmed heavy

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Fall Season Is Looking Good

Now this sounds like something we can handle.  Forecasters at The Weather Network says most Canadians can expect a full fall season with near or even above-normal temperatures and a steady transition to winter over the next two months or

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And The Nominees Are……

So which toys are worthy of going  into the National Toy Hall of Fame this year?  We’ll  find out in early November.  The Hall has announced the nominees for the 2018 induction class, and here’s a list of the 12 finalists:

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Karlsson Headed To San Jose

The Ottawa Senators have traded captain Erik Karlsson to the San Jose Sharks. A deal has been rumoured for months after Karlsson did not sign an extension offer from the Senators over the summer. The move comes on the eve

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Woman Dies In Collision With Dumptruck

An Ottawa-area woman was killed in a collision with a dump truck on Moodie Drive Wednesday afternoon. The two-vehicle crash happened north of Fallowfield Road at around 4:45 p.m. Firefighters worked to free the woman from her car after the collision. Despite their efforts the woman

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Police Looking To Locate Missing Ottawa Woman

Ottawa police are appealing to the public for help locating missing woman, Fifty-nine year old Suzanne Lavoie of Ottawa went missing yesterday and was last seen in the area of Caldwell Avenue, walking towards the Carlington Park Suzanne is a

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Gosling Visits Coffee Shop During TIFF

Canadian actor Ryan Gosling plays astronaut Neil Armstrong in his new film “First Man,” but he proved he’s pretty down to earth while attending the Toronto International Film Festival.  Joelle Murray says the movie star, who grew up in Cornwall,

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Preston Street Road Closure Starts This Weekend

A five-day road closure that begins this weekend is expected to have a significant impact on traffic. Preston Street will be shut down to regular traffic in both directions from Carling Avenue to Sidney Street from Saturday, September 15 until

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The World Changed Forever 17 Years Ago

Today, Tuesday September 11th marks the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. As they’ve done every year since the terrorist attacks that changed the world, thousands of people gather in New York City, Washington, DC and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. This is in remembrance

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No Boarding Light Rail Until 2019

The Confederation Line LRT likely won’t be ready for customers by the end of 2018. At City hall today, Transportation general manager John Manconi told the finance and economic development committee he received a call from Rideau Transit Group late

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Time To Check Your Smoke Detectors

It’s that time of year again! Ottawa firefighters will visit homes throughout the city from now until September 17th  to to make sure that everything’s good with your home’s smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Visits will take place between

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