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Thirsty mice are this summer's unwanted house guests
The drought gripping the Ottawa area isn't just burning grass and stunting corn crops. Mice are increasingly finding their way into homes and apartment buildings in search of water.
Bells Corners residents install pop-up bike lanes on Moodie Drive
Residents in Bells Corners installed makeshift bike lanes out of pylons Sunday to show the need for safer cycling infrastructure and lower speeds on roads in their community.
New immersive camp aims to preserve Algonquin language
A group of Algonquin grandmothers have launched an immersive cultural and language camp this weekend to teach youth about their traditions and history.
Gatineau flood victims face eviction from temporary home
An Outaouais couple may be forced to leave their temporary home after the Quebec government told them they'd no longer be supported by the Red Cross, which has hosted them since the devastating 2017 floods.
With 28 fires out of control, Ontario gets help from U.S., Mexico, other provinces
Crews fighting forest fires in northern Ontario are receiving help from other provinces, the U.S. and Mexico as they try to contain several blazes after days of hot and humid weather.
Algonquin College classes to resume Monday after major power outage
How to dress for work during a summer heat wave
CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of July 15
Ottawa festival season hits full party mode this weekend
Wanted: Singers to join NAC choir, no experience necessary
Learn how to make your own traditional kombucha
Protesters haul fake pipeline to Parliament Hill as Trans Mountain deadline nears
'Sick to my stomach': Dirty clinic's patients shaken, angry
Ottawa police get almost $1M to prevent violent extremism
Vets minister sued for defamation in fight over pensions
Wildfire threat prompts evacuations in northern Ontario
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