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CBC News Posted: Mar 09, 2014 5:30 AM ET Last Updated: Mar 09, 2014 5:30 AM ET
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Almost one in five children will experience a second bout of anaphylaxis shortly after being treated for severe allergic reactions, new research shows.
Ottawa city council has approved the re-naming of Black Tern park to "Brian Parsons Park."
Abbas Kadir is still unconscious in hospital after being struck by a vehicle on Aug. 26.
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- Blueline taxis vandalized overnight in Barrhaven
- Gordon MacIsaac gets new trial after hockey assault conviction
- Some developers shifting to rentals as condo market softens
- Brian Parsons, dying ALS patient and advocate, to have Kanata park in his name
- Labour Day 2015: What's open and closed in Ottawa-Gatineau
- Repeated allergic reaction fairly common for children, research shows
- Woman comes forward after cutting off motorcyclist on Highway 417, causing crash
- South Ottawa fire leaves 5 people homeless
- New Ontario child care rules come into effect Monday
- Brian Lemmon of Ottawa wanted by police on charges of aggravated assault