Guy Quenneville

Reporter at CBC Ottawa, originally from Cornwall, Ontario.

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Not everyone's phone got that storm alert. It's not clear why

While some are praising the use of an emergency phone alert to warn people about the fatal storm that ripped through southern Ontario and western Quebec last weekend, other cellphone users say they didn't get the message.

Emergency phone alert issued for weekend storm was first of its kind

The emergency phone alert that warned southern Ontario and western Quebec residents about Saturday's fatal storm was the first of its kind from Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Ontario Votes 2022

Homelessness, housing worry voters in Kingston and the Islands

A guaranteed living wage is a key issue for voters in Kingston and the Islands as homelessness is front of mind ahead of the provincial election.
Ontario Votes 2022

Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston voters ponder life after Randy Hillier

Long-serving Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston MPP Randy Hillier is not seeking another term in the 2022 provincial election, paving the way for change, voters say.

Graduating class looks to honour 4 RMC cadets killed in Kingston, Ont., crash

Cadets set to graduate from Royal Military College in Kingston, Ont., plan to honour the four classmates who died in a recent crash on campus.

'No words' to describe death of cadet in Kingston crash, former counselor says

Broden Murphy was among four Royal Military College cadets to die last week on campus after a vehicle carrying him and three other cadets went into the water under circumstances that remain under investigation.

The Royal Military College cadet deaths: What happens next

The deaths of four Royal Military College cadets who died on campus in Kingston, Ont., last week will undergo further scrutiny once the initial investigation is over, but which kind remains to be seen.

Foul play not suspected in deaths of 4 cadets in Kingston, Ont.

There is no evidence to suggest foul play in the deaths of four Royal Military College cadets on their campus in Kingston, Ont., last week, investigators say.

Ottawa police arrest 7, tow vehicles on Day 1 of weekend rally

The Ottawa Police Service on Friday evening cleared a crowd gathering near the Rideau Centre in downtown Ottawa on the first day of this weekend's Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally.

Judge denies Randy Hillier's bid to be allowed in downtown Ottawa

An Ontario Superior Court justice has denied MPP Randy Hillier's bid to be allowed in downtown Ottawa, as a bail condition prohibits him from visiting following charges related to participating in the Freedom Convoy protest.

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